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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1915.
hones lin.il professional In the saddle
and It took the best work of Hajrne to
land Mission winner by a letiRili. Wool
tex fell fit tli stretch Jump and thin left
James Park's Native Mntd to finish third,
as Mr. 12. Olyott's AgRrnvate pulled up.
Turf anil ll'lil Hurdle I'late; gentlemen
riders allnneit five pounds: nurse. (.HQ; about
una n..w iiU a hall or. hurdles:
llftrit Atfe. Wt. 'oekry. Price. 1 In.
ZelUo.il.AC-d.1M. Mr.ll.TH'rr C-S .-5 1
llatn'n as. a tSJ I'handler. 4 I ern J
.Nandmt, 4, 1E Mr.J.Tu'rr , 4-1 ern SJ
Mr.fln'itM, lit Mtercnson... 't 1-1 4
(iftol Flail, uun hnnrtl J; ZellnooJ, Ii. c. tir
Knlcht Krrant-rrancea Hindoo: owned by
Leonard Jacobs- trained by J, K. Frarllng.
Illl'iid HIchMpltlit llsmtlrau: rrnllrmrn
rldrn allowed live pounds; purre, MX); about
live furlongs on the flat.
Horsed Are. Wl. Jockey. Prices. Fin
T'enmrmse. a ISO .nuaan . & 2-S I
.Air. Specs, u. IM Mr.T.Wr'nt -
.v('loto, ... 110. .Olsen., . .10-1
X.,it. artd, ISM. Mr.J.Tu'rr . 7-1
Cgtnwtar a....iw. Mr.i..ti.Mil'ro-l
uiiikmc on. i. mmv.wh j- a-i
Toiu.l homo ii. BUS Mr.llamb'rrSV!
M'kU.i:ubU.8lVi l.nrtit.. .7-3
Uos Hultrll. I.. 112 Mr.ll.Tu'rr.o-l
UlyOrme, 4 .11. Ur.H.l.llcll. 7-1
Couple! as Marquette entry,
fair Atari; won ilrlllnir. Ttnlnmlse.
b. f.. by
Hock hanJ Fllttermouse; owned by August
iirnnoni; tinmen ny H. u. iiiiurein.
HrrriitreeStetnlechasellsnrtlcap: for hunters:
tentlemcn rldrra: purse. KflO: about two miles
and a hall over brush course:
Horse Are. Wt, Joekd. Prices. On
T. o( nututh.s.,ien..Mr.J.I'ark.,, 4-1 e-5 1
Knight of M'I,..14S. Mr.CIlrah'n 4-1 8-5 -'
ronuueror 8. v 1 70 Mr.Doereux J-l 4-5 1
Itoval Amber. 8.1SI .Mr.T.Wr'ht. S-J 7-10 t
Desrenrtenl. a...lV.Mr.n.t,cwls IS-I 6-1 I
. Goo lilirl-von easily; Duke of Duhith, b. e.
by Itnyal I luh 111. Ii. A. It.; onned by Jami-i
rark; trained by J, Hasting.
Hollls Plate: (or three-year-olds and upward:
condition: purse laou; about sc. en furlongs on
Hor,AAse. Wl. Jockey.
Top Hat. 5... .t1R..rii(s...
Ambrose, a.. . l,.1,oftus.,
Jtottr Gordon, 1.1 17 Olsen.. ,.
takomls. I... lu7..Hhirp....
nuty. 4... nit.,: Steward,
ilrerlan llend.a.lin. Ilyrne, .,
..even ?-S l
.,11-10 2-S 2
. to-t s-l S
..3U-1 ft-1 4
,,2T1 0-1 t
Mtan out. -loh ruier.
i air mart: won ridden out: Top Hat. br. .,
by Hastings Toplaryi owned by August Uel
moot: trained by S. O. lllldrcth.
I-a Mootarne Memorial I'late; for hacks and
humeri: gentlemen riders: pure. tsuo about
fat mile and n quarter un the flat
Horsed, Are. Wl. Jockey. Prices, rin.
Cloud, ared. ..!.. Mr.J.Tirer.. 1-4 ou'
riuprrt.tloa.a...l37..Capt.C.K.K'l 3-1 out 1
Uood tart: won eailly: Cloud, br. f.. by
Albert-Scotch I.asslc: owned by A, Ludlow
Kramer; trained bj-J. Tucker.
Queens Open Steeplechase Handicap: gentle
men riders allowed ne pounds: purse, KTO;
tbout two miles over brush course:
Horse Agr. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Fin
Mission. 0 100..llanci 4-1 out l
Abdon.V...,. .ll7..Hooth... ... s-t 2-1 3
rvatiro Maid, o..l.V(..t:tiMiaier....30.
Cabaret. s...i. .Ul .Puwws 4-1
Wooltf.t. ...... lis Walker.. .. -l
Mian out. :ruucci up -I en.
UooJ start: won Urllnr. Mlssloo. br. m.. br
Rock Sand -Ultelvlnjs: owned by August
tieimoni: irainea by a. o. niiaretn.
BROWNS VICTORS IN NINTH.
Bnar on Bull Followed by Tito
Mnglea and Donble.
St. Lotris, May 15. Th Browns
took the final from tha Athletics here
to-day by a acora of S to 4, winning out
In the ninth Inning. With tha score
i to 2 Williams walked. Bevereld than
lined to Sirunk and tavan singled. How
ard batted for rerrynian and singled,
nvu-lnr Williams. Shotton doubled,
i orltiK I.avan and Howard, winning; the
fiune. The Hcore:
IH1LA. (A. I..) I ST. LOUIS (A. L.
ah n n a e' ab n n a e
' Walsh, rf. t, : : 0 Ohutton.lf,. 4 2 0 1 0
OMrlnr.lt.. 4 2 10 OiAiistln.Jb... I .) 4 3
Mrunit.ci.. 3 9 3 o rrjtt.:n.... 30:40
3 o.Kauam n.io 4 0 13 1 0
1 uoie.zD... fti2 1 J.tvaiKer.ci 4 1
.Mclnnla.lb. 4 17 0 1 'Vllllsms.rf, 3 0
litrry.ss... 3000 O.Severel.l.c. 1 0
Kll)f.:li.... 4 2 2 3 0 Asnew.c... 2 l
v'rrkorr.p. 3 1 0 1 1 u.wiah... 0 0
r.nnocko. 0000 0 Laran.ss... 4 2
Manies.p,... 1 t
Toiajs...a itzi 1 3
JK.Wslker.. 1 0
rcrrynian.p o o
Howard.. . 1 1
Totals. ...30 127 11 1
'one out wuen winnma run was soomi.
'Kan for Acnew- In the seventh lunliur.
'nailed for Jsmes In the seventh lunlnr.
Batted for Pcrrymau In the idnth lnnlnr.
IV.tladelphla 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1-4
5t Louis oo:ooooos3
Uuns Shotton. Williams. I.avan ;. Howard.
'Ii.uinr, Lajole. llarry. Kopf. Two base
lilts Walsh. OMrlnr 2. Kopt, Shotton. Ttireo
b' -a hits Shotton. Wyckofl. Hacrlflte hlts
A stiu. James. ScUsnr. Wrckort. passed ball
eeverelJ. Stolen base llnwrd. Flnt bae
balls Ort James. 1: oft Wrckofr, 4; ofl
7'eTyman, 2. Struek out Br Wyckoft. 9: by
laiaes. 1: by rexryman. 1. Umpires OLoujIi.
Hit and Illldcbrand. Time-3 hours and i
SENATORS' SPURT LANES GAME.
V otfeans; Weakest and
Sua Fall Behind.
rlHICAOo, May IS. Holding the Sen
si jre runless through six rounds Wolf
t i m weakened in tho sixth and was hit
four times. Three runs resulted, cinch
r.if a 3 to 1 victory. Foster led with
v tingle, stole second and scored on
Connolly's one baser. Connolly moved
t second on Milan's Mingle and the
ihio advanced on Williams' sacrifice.
Morgan hit to Roth, whose throw home
hit Connolly In the back. Whereupon
Connolly and Milan counted.
V pair of doubles In the fifth by
f-Yhalk and Roth gave the Sox their
run. The score:
WASHINGTON (A. L.) CHICAGO (A. L.)
ab h p m el ab h p a e
Moeller.rf.. 4 0 3 0 O.Feleh.cf.... 3 0 10 0
I'oster.Sb.. 4 1 3 4 0 itotli.lb 4 1111
t'onnoll.lt 3 1 0 0 0KCollint.3b 4 13 4 0
Shanks.cf.. 1110 o.Fournler.lf. 10 3 10
Milan. II.... 4 12 0 o'j.Colllns.rf. 4 12 0 0
'Alliums. lbs 0 1 OjWeaver.st.. 3 0 3 2 0
M'jrrsn.Sh. 4 0 11 0 (Irier.lb 3 0 11 2 0
Aintmlth.c. 1 0 4 0 0 Schalk.c... 2 13 10
.M'brlde.et 3 13 3 ViWolfranr.P. 10 0 10
tuehllni.p. 1113 0 Bl'ckburne 1 u 0 u u
IScolt.p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals....:: ti 27 1! til
I Totalsr..T21 4 2714 I
Btlled for WolUanr In the seventh IniUnc.
Wtshtnrion ooooooto 03
ilunt Foster, Connolly, Milan, SchalkTwo
b.M hlls-Schalli. llolh. J, Collins. Double
1 1 iy Fournler and E. Collins. Sat rl flee hits
Williams Fournler. Wolfaanr, Stoln bs
- foster Kelch. First base on balls-Off
ri'iehlliir, 4. Struck out lly Wolffanc. I: by
1'oehllnar. 1. Wild pltch-Doehltnr, Umplret
f'lilll and Connolly, Time 1 hour and 25
TYGERS DROP LEAGUE LEAD.
Lose Third Ntralubt to Red Hoi
Ooliiie Hit Hard.
Dkiboit, May 1.1.- The leufuo leader
r.ilp waa lost to New York to-day by
Tyuere when they dropped their
I ilrd titralght game to Boston, l to 2,
vhlle New York was winning Its thin!
runaecutlvo victory at Cleveland. The
'intent here was a yloee and well fought
c te until the seventh, when Lewis hit
over the left field fence for u hotnor,
lloblitzetl tripled 11 ml Rcott Hingled.
1 fie score :
BOSTON (A. L.) I DETHOIT (A. L.)
ab h u a el ab h n a it
jiuoper.n.. a u a i u nun.s a u ; o
11, i.'k.'n rf ft n r (, ,iVln sli inn
Hiii'ks'n.rf 0 0 2
Wiisner.Sb, t 2 t
2 t 4 HCollb.ct 4 12 0
Bpiker.cf. 4 12 0 OCrawlord.rf 4 10 0
Lewls.lf.... 4 3 1 0 0 Vcaeh.lt.... 4 12 0
Lewls.lf.... 4 3 l
Hobliu'l.lb 3 1 10
ftix.il.ss.... 4 1 4
McNally.lb 3 0 1
Tliomas.c 4 I 3
1 0 itav n n.io 4 2 jo 0
s 1 iounr,;D... s
1 0 iiaaer.c 1
4 6 A 1 ftlKtimnf,,
xotsjs. ,3i 93711 : triuier.
0 V 0 0
Dubucp.... 4 0 13
I Totals. n J7 7 1
Patted for Baker In tha seventh lnnlnr.
fBttted for Sianage In Ihe ninlit Innlm.
than for McKee In the ninth Innliii.
Posmn 0 0 S 0 0 0 1 3 0-S
Detroit 0 0 0 1 U 1 0 0 0-:
r.V.7if,. Veach, Waiimr. Speaker, Lewis,
nobliuell, McN'slly, Two base hits Speaker,
K.ivsnauh, Tliree base lilts Lewis, Hob.
llusll. Home run Lewis. Struck oui-llr
Dubue. 4: br rosier. 3. first base 011 balls-
On Dubue. 3: of! Foster. 3. Double piny
nunua ana r.srnnsifn rtnTince mis nsuer,
Hsnrlksen. t'mplrrs Nsllin and Jiiueen,
Time 1 hour and 41 minutes.
rmahs, 3; litt Moliin. ;'.
floux City. 13: St. Joe. 11
Topska, II; Wichita. 1,
Lincoln. 1; Denver, 0,
YANKEES GO TO TOP
BY WHALING INDIANS
.Mnstcrly Tltchingr of Fislier
Kniililos Them to Tnkc Onmo
by A to 2 and Scrlec
MATSEL CAN'T BE DENIED
Tho Tfinkeea scored a tiotrbU suc
cess yesterday. They beat tho Cleve
Innds, their third -lctory In four ptmea,
and they recovered the lead In tho
American Leajrue race. The DetrotU
were beaten by the Boston Red Sox.
The Washlnirtons outplayed, me
WLlte 8ox, and the Browtii conquered
the falterlnf Athletlcti, who are tied
with their conquerors for laat place.
The Washington took fifth place from
Nsw York. 4i Cleveland, 2.
Waohlnfton, t Chicago, 1.
lloston, (; Detroit. 2.
t. Louts, S; Philadelphia, 4.
Detailed Btandlac of the Claba.
il i tit
U Uj 4M
"it it 4M
St Louis , .
I 13 IS1
Nw York In Detroit.
Washington In Mt. I-oul.
rnnaoeipnia in cnicago.
lloston In Cleveland.
Clkvelakd, May 15. Another master
ly exhibition of pitching by Ray Klshsr.
coupled with hard hitting In the fifth
and ninth Innings, carried the Tankeea
to their third successive victory over
Joe 'Birmingham' Indians In the final
came of the Yanks' first Western series
here this Afternoon. The victory was
the sixth In succession for the Now
York pitcher, and put him on even terms
with Georgo D.iusa or Detroit, at the
head of the American League boxmen.
It ulso put the Tankeea back Into first
place In the American League race.
The score was 4 to :.
In registering this latest success Bill
Donovan's boy again proved that a
left handed pitcher Is no real obstacle
In their path, despite the fact that Bill's
club Is the most left handed hitting ag
gregation In the league, Birmingham
put his star southpaw, Willie Mitchell,
O'l.irainst the easterners this afternoon
aim me veteran was no more successrui
In curbing tho Yankee hitting than wns
Krltx Coumbe In Thursday's game.
Eight hits ranged clear nnd true off
the New York bats, three- King good
fo. two bases anil one for a triple.
Mitchell's selection was a big surprise
to the Yankees and also to the Cleve
land fans, who turned out to the num
ber of 0,000 to see Ouy Morton do the
twirling for the Indians. Birmingham
had gone to tho trouble of announcing
to tho Cleveland p.tpers that Morton
positively would pitch and the fact was
plajed up In during headlines, with
picture)) of Morton and his record this
peason added to the predictions of what
he would do to the Yanks.
Why Mitchell was put In has not been
told but the fans rode Birmingham hard
when the left liunder was announced.
Cries of "Morton, Morton," sounded from
Btands nnd bleachers and It was plain
that the crowd had been disappointed.
Tho youngster U the baseball hero out
risher pitched airtight ball all the
way and the Indians never theratened
to get any large quantity of mnj off the
big right liander. His allowance of
seven hits was broken up over lx In
nings, with the ninth the only chapter
in which two came together. Just two
of the Indians passed second base dur
ing the afternoon, and each had to
drive out a triple to get that far around.
An out was tho medium of each of the
threo base hitters to register. Ilbold
coming across In the sixth on Chapman's
tacrlllce fly and Oraney scoring In the
ninth while Pecklnpaugh was throwing
Hmlth out at first after making bare
hund stop. Outside of these two In
nings the Indians played dead before
the speed of the Yankee pitcher,
Sharp and fast fielding abounded
much to the discomfiture of Frits Mai
nel, who has branched out here aa a
long dlstanco hitter. TI10 little Yankee
had to content himself to-day with two
liltx, one a near homo run, after he
had seen three noblo efforts nullified
through spectacular fielding on tho part
of Illnnlnuham'H gardeners. In tho first
llinlnft Lelbold raced far baok Into
centre field for a sparkling catch of
Malsel's drive, and In the fourth tho
Cleveland midget romped Into deep right
centre for nnother fancy grab, In tho
seventh (Irauey made tho best Mtjti of
the day oft Malsel, getting the ball near
tha left field bleachers while running at
MalRel'H luck turned In the eighth
nnd ho (rot a single past Chapman.
In the ninth h hit between Graney and
Lelbold, the ball going all the way to
enccbetween amilddegreeof plea
sura and a full degreo of delight
The difference between the bar
tender' guess-work-quite fre
quently palate-rebelling mixture
and the smooth, mellow, pleasur
able cocktail, is embodied in every
bottle of CLUBCOCKTAILS-unvarying.
always the same choice hquora, always
the same identical gratifying flavor.
Measured to the dron, aged In wood,
blended of fine, mstured liquors. Made
in ten varieties, each a bottle of delight.
i J G. F. HEUBLEIN A BRO.
Tm Hartford NswYerkj
EVERY CUB IN
Chief Difference Between Pitchers, Marquard Shutting
Out Visitors, Whereas Zabel find Pierce
Yield Decade of Runs.
The bewt week the Giants have had
since the season started ended yester
day with a one sided victory over tno
Cuba. It waa the fourth straight win
for the New Yorkers. The Brooklyns
laid the Reds low and took fifth place
nway from them. The Reds fell to
sixth, and the Cardinals, who lost In
Philadelphia, fell to seventh. The Bos
tons were beaten sgaln In the ninth
Inning. This time the Pirates did It.
New York. 10; Chicago. 0.
tlrooktyn, Ti Cincinnati, 1.
Plltttmrg, 10! Boston, .
Philadelphia, 11: HI. Louis. I.
Detailed Blaadtag ef the Clato.
No gamo scheduled.
Br WILLIAM B. 1IA.XXA.
With one or two trifling exception
everybody on the New Tork side waa
bettor than his rival on the Cub side
at the Polo Grounds yesterday after
noon, and In team superiority the Olanta
were fully nine times better. They won
anyway by a score of 10 to 0, They
were good and the Cubs weren't. The
Cubs not only were not good but they
were bad. They couldn't field and they
couldn't hit. The Olanta did both well
and lo.OOO person saw them play loops,
hoops and ellipses around tho Cubs. The
fpurt McGraw's men havo been putting
on nas me lain coming out faat.
The greatest difference In Individual
positions between tha two teams whs
In tho pitcher. Zabel and Pierce were
reduced to Inutility by the Giant.
Zabel lasted until the fourth inning
and Pierce until the eighth. Both fell
under a broadside of hits. Marquard
for New York, than whom none Is
greater as a reversal of form pitcher,
reverted to his best form, and shutting
the Cuba out was no more than his
admirable-work was entitled to. Ills
fast one sang by unhlt, his curve
swerved from the Chicago sticks and
his change of pace completed the nar
cotic which made the opposing batters
Marquard struck out five men In suc
cession, and the five swivelled In this
order: William". Archer, Knlsely,
Zabel and Phelan. Ills backing wan
defaced by only a muffed fly by Dave
Itobertson, who, notwithstanding, was a
nervlceable citizen. Dave mado hits and
runs In quantity. Three of each came
his way and It waa a terrific hit by
him In the third Inning which slew
Zabel. He rattled a whale of a home
run to tho bleacher boards In right
centre, the hardest and cleanest hit
made nt the Polo Ground this year. It
would have gone to the river. It brought
In New York's fourth run and put the
game In the trophy room right there.
The Cubs were moribund quadruped 4
from the time of Davey's thermal
thump, and besides early In the game
their chief, ltoger Bresnahan, was set
upon and silenced by Bill Klem. Bill
poked his head Into the cave of the Cubs
und spoke sternly to Roger, who wasn't
heard from again and was seen on the
coaching lines no more. Larry Doyl-j
turned his ankle In the fifth inning and
limped out of the game. He was run
ning the bases at the time and had Just
passed second base.
The Giant made a run In the second
the outfield seat. It was an easy
triple, but was Just short of a home
run, a Llhold made a great throw to
Chapman, and the latter made' an
equally fine relay to the plate.
The fielding gems were not displayed
by the Indians alone. Donovan's men
followed the daxsllng pace which they
had set In the preceding game here,
and the two mtsplays charged against
them ttid no damage. Pecklnpaugh gave
n, spectacular exhibition of shortstop
play, though he footled on hi last
chance, after accepting twenty-five
chances In succession during the series.
On almost every chance to-day he had
to itrake either a difficult stop or peg,
jet he threw Indians out with painful
regularity. High alto came Into the
limelight wtth a running oatch of
Bran's drive to left centre In the sev
For four Innings It seemed that Mit
chell might duplicate the performance of
Dutch Leonard, the only southpaw who
tuts been able to take the Yankees'
measure thl season. Just twelve
members of the Donovan clan batted up
to tho llfth Innlpg and nothing like a
hit had been unloaded by the New
Yorkers. Pecklnpaugh had reached first
on a pass In the fourth Inning, but he
wan put out of the way when he tried
The run getting began In the fifth.
With one out Cook dropped a slngU
Into left field and he raced all the way
home from flrt base, when Hnrtxell
Islt over Graney'a head for two base.
Boone followed with a single to right,
rending Hartiell to third. On a short
pasted ball Boone made a dash for
second, und Ugan, after a quick re
covery, threw the ball into centre field,
allowing Hnrtxell to score. ,.
In the sixth, with two out and two
on bases, Nunamuker was passed pur
posely at Birmingham's orders, and
Flwher was easy, Mitchell unassisted,
when the ball rolled oft Fisher' bat,
Two on banes with one out In the eighth
failed to get thn Yankees anything, ns
PiPP popped out and Cook grounded
to Turner, In th ninth the Yanks
got two more run and won the game
on doubles by Boone and Fisher, a
fielder's choice and Malsel's triple. The
NEW YORK A. L.) I CLEVELAND A. L )
ao 11 p a ri sd up mm
M.1..1 Jh.. S t 1 1 1 Ilbold.ef.. 4 14 10
iv,. k'D'h.ss 2 0 0 7 UTurnrr.lh... 3 10 4 1
nirh.ci,,., 4 0 4 0 O.Chapman.il 8 0 2 4 0
Pinn.ih 4 0 14 0 0 Jankson.rf.. 4 110 0
Cook.rf.... 4 2 3 0 KOraney.lf... 3 2 2 0 0
Hsrttrll.lt. 4 110 0 Wood.lb,,.. t 1 10 0 0
Loone.lu... .1 3 3 4 0,'Smith 1 0 0 0 0
Nunam'r.C. 3 0 2 1 0 Wam'sg's.tb 4 13 10
Flsher.p.... 4 1 0 0 0 Rian.c 4 0 4 1 1
Mltchell.p,. 3 0 1 : 0
Totals... .M Hill II -
I Totals 51 7 27U 1
Batted for Wood In the ninth Inning.
New York 0000200034
Cleveland 00000100 1-3
Runs-Cook. Hartiell. Nunamakcr. risher,
?lbold, Oraney. Two base hlts-Haruell,
loone, Fisher. Oraney. Three bass tills
Malsel. Lelbold. Oraney, Sacrifice hit-Peck.
Inpaurh. Hacrtfloa fljr Chapman. Stolen base
Cook. First base on balls-Off Ptsher, 2:
off Ntiehell, I. 81 ruck oul-By Fisher. 3; by
Mitchell, 2, Passed ball-Esau. Wild pitch
Mitchell, rlrtt.base on errore New York, It
aerelsnd, 1. Left on bsset-New York, ft
Cleveland. 0. Cmplref-Mullaner and Evans.
Time I hour ami it minutes.
Paflsd siasla. " 1 T. 11 it I HI
oif """l"i"4o "ijiTItj
Beston. 1 ","b 7 7 i "s "Ii it "oil
Pittsburg.,, . T"i"l TT" "is 14 4M
Brooklya.... 11 17. 7 1 "il 14 Tifti
Cincinnati .. . p a o " 1 1 II it uo
at. Loms ... '5 4 "5 s 1 7. . i5 i 7i
Hew York.... "T 11 io i 1i
Games loal 1 M jT il il Tt IB U 15
Inning on a sporadic outbreak of errors
by the Cubs. Itobertson walked and
stole second an Bralnard struck out.
Meyers skied a fly to short right and
Zimmerman assigned hlmaelf to the
catch. As tho ball was gravitating n
favorable report camo In from Zlm
"I got It," said ho. Thus reassured, the
Cubs thought ho had. Zlm got It, but
ho didn't keep It, It popped from his
hands and Meyers pounded to second.
Itobertson went to third and while Fisher
wa clawing for tho ball, thrown to him
by Zlm to collar Meyers, ho (Itobertson)
dashed for home., lto was rushing to
suro destruction, but escaped that fat's'
and made a run becausa Klshcr threw
wild to Archer,
A change to good fielding followed
this slatternly eruption. Pholan mad,
a fine stop of Murray' stab and Meyers
wns run down between third and home,
Murray taking second. Marquard sin
gled nnd a splendid throw by Hclmlte
caught Murray at the plate. Thus did
the Cubs In their Inconsistent defence
mix gold and dross.
Zabel had two out In the third Inning
when a ball lost In the sun by Bchulte
led up to his dethronement. Lobcrt was
Identified with the solar error He hit
thn ball and by tho time Bchulte was
picking It up he wns nearlng third base.
Fletcher spilled a single in centre which
scored Iobert and Itobertson murdered
whatftver it was that Zabel gave him,
murdered It for tho homo run afore
mentioned. Pierce, by reason of his newness and
the change to southpaw pitching, was
effective for one Inning, but In tho fifth
Doylo singled nnd so did J-oberL
Fletcher grounded to Fisher nnd Zlm
threw Into the ground trying for a
doublo play. Grunt, who had taken
Boyle' place, counted on that error.
Itobertson made a fine slide In the sixth
Inning trying to score on a double steal.
I In hooked nway from Archer nnd came
near eluding that wise nnd active homo
base watchdog. All Jimmy got of Dave'
vanishing person was a small nron on
hi stocking, but enough to he an out.
Thl was the only time In four as
saults on the Chicago portcullis that
Uavey failed to carry It. The agile
Virginian was In a batting rally In the
seventh. Thn rally began with n two
bagger by Burns. Grant's single scored 1
T ) ..... . n . V. n. . ..1. M ' 1 1 1 1 . I 1
iiuiji., MttiiuuHii ititaiiir, vuiiitiiH 111
mile, made a great try fur the ball.
Iobert wnlked, Fletcher' single was
fumbled by Knlsely, Itobertson drilled a
hit past Zlm so hot that only the smoke
....... ,,itv.i I J.. I.. . I . ,11 , ' ..
hands apart with a single which crowed
the base paths where both the lnflelders.
who were playing in, and the outfielders
were too far away to prevent two runs I
counting on the slam. Five run were
in and more brewing when a double
play closed the Inning.
Spicy fielding by Bralnard and Lo
bert helped Marquard to negotiate his
shutout. Bralnard to Fletcher to Braln
ard waa the courso of a double play In
tho sixth which left u man nn third
base : and In the ninth Zimmerman
skimmed tho third tmee line with a
drive which went Ilckety .pllt until
I.obert bagged It with one hand and
with the same hand, thn bare one,
ferried It over to Brulnard for a putout.
CHICAGO (V, L ) I NEW YORK (N. L.)
ab h n a e ab h d a e
1'hels.n.Sb.. 4 0 3 1 0,nurn.!f.... i I 0 0
Fisher. 3 13 4 1 tojlr.:h, .21000
Srhulto.lf.. 4 111 0 Urant.2h.... 3 1 0 2 0,
Zlm'man.:b 4 13! 2 Lobert.3b... 3 2 0 3 0
filer.lb.... 4 14 1 0!rielrher.ss. 4 2 3 3 0
Williams. cf 4 110 o'Roherts'n.rf 3 3 10 1
Arrher.c... 3 4 1 4 0 tralnard.lb. 3 1 11 2 0
Knisely.rf. 10 10 lMerers.c.. 4 000
1 abel.p.... 1 0 u 0 O.Melx-an.c... 0 0 2 0 0,
llrrct.p... 1 0 0 0 l.Murray.cf.. 4 1 1 0 .1 1
-vornaen.. j u o .Marquaru.p. s 1 0 1 v
Totals. ...34 13 27 12 1
Totals.. .1: : II sl
Batted for Pierce In tha elihth lnnlnr,
New York 0 13 0 10 10 1-11
Runs New- York. Burns. Grant :, Lobert 2.
Flftcher 2, Robertson 3. First base on errors
Chlearo. 1: New York. 1. Left on buses
Chlraro. ,' New York. I. First base on balls
Qft Zabel. 3: off Pierce. 2: off Maro.urd. I.
struck out ny Zabel. 2; by Pierce. 3: by
Adams. 1: by Marouarti, 4 Home run
Rnlenson. Three base hit Lobert. Two
base hit Hums. Stolen base saler. Robert
son 2. Double plays Zimmerman and Saler:
Zimmerman. Fisher aiM Saler; Iiraliurd.
Fletcher and llralnard, Ilite-Oi: Zabel, 4 In
then- innings; oft Pierce, s In .four Innltifs;
off Adams. 1 In one lnnlnr. t'minre In chief
Klem. Field umpire Emslle. Time of
tame 2 hours.
LEADERS TIGHTEN GRIP.
Phillies, With Whltted Injnrrtl,
Beat Cardinal Kaally.
PHtLAPgLrlllA, May IS. Philadelphia
tightened Its hold on first place to-day
by defeating 8L Louis, 11 to 2, Doak
waa driven out of the box In the first
Inning and Meadows, who succeeded
him, was batted hard in two of the
seven Innings he pitched. Alexander
fanned twelve Cardinals. Whltted,
who fell rounding third yesterday, will
be out for some time, having broken
two small bone In his tight ankle. This
neceasltated sending Paskert to first
base and Welier to centre. The score:
ST. LOUIS (N. L.) I PHILA, IN. L.I
ab 11 p a e an li p a a
luriina.sD. z 1 u v v nancroit.ss, 4 1
lelzeUb... 2 0 11 0 Byrne.Sb. . r. J
1 1 0
2 0 1
Heek.Jb.... 3 1
3 u uccKor.ii . a 1
u OCravatii.rf.. 4 3
1 I I'askert.lb., 4 2
1 o!.S'irhotf,:b,. 4 I
0 0 Welhcr.ef... 4 1
Dolau.ir..,. 4 0 0
Mlller.lb... t 0 9
lini. rf 4 2 1
Wllson.cf.. 4 2 2
lluller.ss... 3 0 3
I 0 01
II 2 0'
4 1 01
1 : miillfrr.o.. 3 0
bnyiler.c. .. 2 13 2 1
Adams.e ... 0 0 2 0 0
Alexauder.p 4 1110
Ooutalei.c. 2 0 4 0 0
Hoak.p 0 0 0 0 0
Meadow s.p 3 0 0 2 0
Totals... .13 7 24 It 4
St. Louis 1000000 12
i'hlladslphl , 40004003 x-ll
Runs BaniTOft, I: Byrne. 2; Becker, Cra
rath, 2: Paskert. Nlehoff, Alexander, S: Hue
rlns. Lour. Two base hltaSymJer, Alrxan.
der. Wilson, Nlehoff. Three base hit Cravutb,
Horn run Paskert. Sacrillrr hits-Becker,
lleclt. Adams. Butler, Stolen bases-Beeker,
2. First basn on errnra lMillSillnhlti s. Kl
Ixiuls. 1. laift on liases-Phllaileliihia, 3; St
oiriien out ny Aiexauorr. is; nt
Dnuk. 2' hv Meiulosr. 4
ler and nutler: Beck and Miller.
on naiia-un uoau. 1, raseeo ban Kllllfer
lllts-Oft Doak. 3 In one Innlinr: off Mrailows,
10 in seven Innlnrs. Umpires Byron und
Orth. Tlme-2 fiQUrs and 2 minutes.
New York hUto league.
R. It. E.
13 13 3
2 3 6 t
Troy 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 s
Utlf 0 0100000
latteries Maitssou and
llruham nnd Allies.
n. it. e.
0 3 9 4
Albany 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
Hvracuse ...1 00020000
Ilattsrlas JaeohN nnd Plniiirhr- M,l,,n
. II. ii. c.
..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0
. . 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 X t 11 2
Naale. n,1 nMltta
Duchesnll and Miller.
AT WILKE8HARRK FIRHT OAM1.
Klnghamton .,00020001 0 t' s' :
Wllkesbarr ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 3 3
Bjatlerles .powers und Murphy; Mc
Olnley und Rogtrs,
R. II. E.
ninghamtnn 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4 0
Wllkesbarr 004t00 x .4 9 t
llattsrlss Ropp and Murphy; Berrctehl
Paelfln Coast league.
Oskland. I; Portland, 1,
Han Francisco, 4; Venice, 4.
Los Auttlcs, 13; Knit Lake, 13,
Al Arrtlo Park.
R. If. E.
1 13 4
Ixng Branch Cubans
0 2 0 4 t 1
Emntra Cltr A. A.
004140030 4 I 1
Battsrlss Vadron and Tores; McQuillan
Youngster i Desire
Receives No (
"HKN I llrst arrived on the
Pacific const," Bays Joe
Levy, the tight promoter, "the
old Chicago Cubs, then managed
by Frank Selee, were tralnlrifr,
and with them was a skinny
youngster who was trying in a
feeble way to play the infield. Ho
was worried and discouraged;
said he didn't think he was quite
ripe for the big league, and asked
Slee to leave him on the coast
so he could get a year's added ex
perience Selee consented and
offered him to the Los Angeles
club. Los Angeles refused him,
asserting that the kid waa about
class Z, 28 quality. Selee took
him back East and his name was
DELL LIMITS REDS
TO BRACE OF HITS
Dodjrcrs Cnrry Off Opener of
Scries With Ease, Unttlnn
Benton Out of Box.
Wheexer Dell, the strong man from
Seattle, won another ball game yester
day afternoon nnd established himself as
ono of ltoblnsnn' most dependable box
fixtures. Dell thrust back the skidding
Cincinnati Beds on their first appear
ance at FTbbets Field and thereby hnuled
up the Dodgers from nw-nth to fifth
position In the Nutlon.i! league rating j
of clubs. The score u 1 to 1.
Dell pitched n two hit game and
should have been a shutout. Clncln
nail's only run wa the direct reault of
n Inw ihenw hv O'Miira This wnsteil an I Coonrr. I"ratt, Wilson, Two baso lilts Rwa
a low tnrow oy u .Mara, inn wameu an 1 (1n4 Kvi(M, TlIT, ,,, hur)00. onie
easy chance ror tne tlliro out or me ruii-ain. avriua- ntta Simmons, Zlnn.
i..i-. ,,. ...,, , .,,' Molen tueee-K.'iuff. Holt 2 liouble Plav
Inning. Aagner. who got the life, stoic Krf (, Marfr(. First bos on balls-Off
second nnd leored on Mollwltz's clean ' Mirr. 2: ofl Mender, 1: off Finnenui, ; on
shiKla to centre. , JJ'.'T"' .MrKk ou'-1.,', ' b
Ilubc Benton the husky P.ed south- &ftiiA;JiZt'onil& -ai
paw, pitched ulmont n effectively ns . firooklyn. 11. First base 011 errors-Haiti,
his rising antagonist for tho llrst six more, 1: llrnoklrn. 1. L'mplrca-Plnnrran
Inning. Brooklyn earned Its run In Howell. Timt 2 hours and 21 minutes.
ce?crriflc:h twrthe'"'! ol ' NEWTEDS RALLY FOR VICTORY.
Cutshaw nnd Miller. But the run In the
sixth, that made enough to win the J nonn Ilonds. Which Fall to Win
game, was a gift. Clarke had Zaeh
Wheat rHpped on the lines between third 1 f,ame All Week,
and the plate for the second out, but In 1 ncrFAt. May 15. With two down
the runup hit him with the ball. ' In the eighth Inning Newark drove In
Cincinnati's chances were few and far : four runs nnd beat the 'Huffed to-day
between In t-plte of Dell's half iloren ,- n 7 to r. score. Falkenburg pitched
bases on bills. Kxcept III thf cecond ( Sl steady g.-tne except for the third In
Inning, when Cincinnati scorod. not a nlnsr. The Ilurfeds did not win a game
runner got as far us second till the this week, to-day's defeat making the
eeventh. Otto Miller killed oft three xlxtti straight In ns many dny The
stealers at the midway. After (h; 'score:
seventh Dell had no reason to exert
himself unduly. Benton lout control
In this Inning with two out. Ho gave
wo out. Ho gave
the last of which
,eii Mvera trln ed
lien Mi era tripieu
four base on balls,
forced In n run. Thei
vlt:i the bases crowded. Five
Dell was in only one tight tqueeie.
Kllllfer batted for Ben. on to start tho
eighth and wag safe on Kcliultz's fumble.
Tommy Leach followed thl by waiting
for Doll's last pass. iJ'M.tra threw out
Heriog and then gathered ('.roll's little
fly. Daubert and Dell killed off
Twombly's sharp gtotinder, Tho score:
CINCINNATI (N I. 'I BROOKLYN (N. f. )
ah h p a e
b h pa
4 0 a
1 Mlller.c. . ..
li Totals. ...50 t
r is 1
Tft!il ?? ? ?4 11 -I
.1 ., tn Tn tk I.Mh lnnlnr.
rincinnau nionoooo 01
ft 1 ft ft ft 1 f. ft
Runs-Waftner. Haubert .Steniel, Wheal 2.
cutshaw :. neii nrsi Dae on errors-tin-ciunall,
2; Brooklyn. 1, I-eft 011 bases-Cin-rlnnali.
6: Brooklyn. 5 Three baee hit-
liaubert. Mer First base on balls-Off
lleiilon. S; oft tlell. Struck out lly Bell
ton. ; IStemel 2, Dell 2. Sehultr.1; by Dell. 3
iWarner. Benton, Twomblri Stolen base
Warner. Sserlflee lilts Warner. Danb.rt.
Myers, Uoubln plsy Leach and Clarke. Hits
Off Benton. S In seven Inulnis: off
Schneider, none 111 one lnnlnr, lilt by pitched
ball-By Benton iWheat): bv Schneider
Miller). I'niolrc In chlef-Quirley; field um
pire Kason. Time ol tame 1 hour and H
BRAVES LOSE AGAIN IN NINTH.
Pirate "end Bndolah and Tyler to
Heneli With None Oat.
Boston, May IS. The Braves lost In
the ninth ngaln to-day, Pittsburgh scor
ing 10 runs to the locals 6. Boston hod
cotno up from behind nnd hammered
Cooper for fix runs In the eeveuth and
eighth. But tho Pirates In the ninth
peppered the delivery of Ittidolph for
three lilts, and he walked the plunk with
none out. Tyler was hit three times, and
he, too, went overboard without putting
out n man. The vlellors got unother hit
off Crutchcr. The score:
FITTSUUHO (N. L.ll BOSTON (N L.)
p a e ab h
o o i F'pttrtru.rf o l
1 0 Moran.rf..
0 0 0
1 1 4
2 1 0
1 2 0
1 1 3
1 3 2
2 4 3
1 0 ?
0 0 0
0 n i
0 0 0
0 0Knii.:h.. .,
4 1 Mngee.pf..
4 o Smllh.Sb, ,
0 AIM'S. ille.e..
4 1 Wiulolph.p.
M'QtliU'n.p 0 0 0 0 OCnileher.p
Total. .17 14 1714 2
TT 71 '. I
n in ;i u l
Patted for Coooer In the ninth lnnlnr
fBatled for Crutcber.lu Ihe ninth lnnlnr
Pitisbttrf.., o f a o o o t o -m
Boiv.'". .,..;.,.- o 0000 0.5 0-4
Rune-Carey, Jwhnrlon 2. Baird.. Wurncj- 5,
Vina, llerlmr, Selinnj Coslello. Fltrpalrlel:.
V.t:u. Smith. Mar.iuvillr. Unwdy. Rudoltdi.
To banr hits -Rudolph. Maree. Smith. J
Wo n T1.M. 1 ... l.ll. I..,.!..,. iUP-v .
Stolen Iiims Cvtei. Johnslon, Wairner.
;ody, Filrpuiirii-li Sserllle lly Rudolph
Sairlthe hits Ilslrd, Maranville. Hlnehmin
Double plajs Vlox, Johnslon nnd Wrnr:
Cooper, lierlier on, Jolinslun: Ktan, Mnri'i
Mllq and Schmidt Left ho .befrPift
Iniri. 7: Unsimi, 13, First 'bale ow errors
Honon, 2 First base on balls -Off llmlol'.n.
4; Crtiteber, 1: Cooper. ; McUullltin. 1 lilt
by pitcher By Cooner iMiuee, Sehmldll
Struck out-By IlUi'oli.li. 4; by Vrutrlier. 1;
by Cooper, ; by McQuillan. 1 I'mnlree
Blrler and Hart Tinie-'J hours and 4 mln
tiles. South Atlantic League.
Albany, 2: Kavannah. 1.
Jacksonville. 4; Charleston, f.
Macon, 4; Columbia, 4,
Columbiie. 6; Augusta, 4 (ten Innings),
Mobile. 2: T.I t tie. Rock. 1 (first gam)
Mobile, 11: Little llock, 1 (sseond gam),
lllrmliishHiu, S. Chattanooga, 3.
New Orleans, j. Tiarnviue, l,
Prices and Terms to Suit.
REPAIRS BY EXPERT MECHANICS.
Th Brunawlck.tlalks-Celleader C.,
: to 34 Weal 33d tit.. Near Broadway,
TO PITCH TOO LONG
Five Uuns In Ono Hound, Four
In Another by Bnltlmoro
Jlcforo Ho Quits.
WTLS0N MORE EFFECTIVE
Ilalllmore, 10; Brooklyn, 0.
Newark, 7: llurfaln, I.
Chli'iiuo. 10: I'lttaburg, 0.
Lmils, 1.1; Kansas City, 1.
.standing of Ihe Chilis.
W. L. P.I)
I'lttabttrr,. H 10 . Brooklyn,..
Newark.. . i 12 .r.;i St. Lout....
Chli'sgu.... 16 12 M !n 1 1 more...
Kansas City II 1: jkU Utirfalo
lluffaln In Newark,
I'lllshurg In Chicago.
Kansas city In Hf. Louis.
Baltimore, Mny IS. Baltimore hit
Finnernn hurd at opportune time and
defeated the Brooklyn Feds here to-day,
10 to . The Terrapins got to the
former In tho very first Inning and with
three hits nnd a mlscue shoved five
marker across. Thoy found him ugnln
In the fourth and after four more runs
hud been hcored Wilson replaced him.
The latter hurled good ball during the
lmn !tlrt( rt tit t.f,,i,A n I Imuln t anIv
Suifgs too was hit hard In the early
! staKe. three runs being scored In the
first Inning. He tightened nnd held the
Tip Tops safe for live Innings. Then
they scored two In tha novonth on
1 bunche'd lilts. Bender hurled tho final
1 '"hlng. llobert B. Ward, president of
1 thn Brooklyn club, occupied a box during
tun game. Tno score:
BROOKLYN IF. I, ) BALTIMORE (P. L.)
an n p a e ao n p a r
v pierer.ri..., t 1 1 0 i
I Kauff.i-f. .
I l"r.iU.c. .
1 0 Diinean.cf.. 4 2 3 0 C
I O.Zlnn.lf 2 0 2 0 1
0 o.sinim'ns.2b. itoil
1 0 Swacln.i.lh.. 3 3 7 3 C
t 0 KlrkpTk.lb 10(00
2 1 Walsh.Sh... 5 1 2 0 C
1 O'Donlan.ss... 4 2 2 4 1
t o.taclilltech.c 1 0 4 0 f
3 0 !Ue,p. ... 3 2 0 8 0
1 0 Ueiider.n... 0 0 0 1 0
1 'Unrrs. ..
Total 5211271 1
Tntals....4 14 24 IS l
Hatted lor Wilson 111 the ninth lnnlnr.
Ilrnnkl)- .1 0 0 0' 0 0 2 1 0 I
lUllimore & 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 x 10
ltun Merer 2, Duncan 2. Zlnn. Simmons 2.
r.n-lna. Walsh, Stirrs, -Magee. Kauri. Kvans,
iit'n'ALo r. L.i ,
nh Ii ti a '
NKWAIli; IF. LI
Aelcr If.. 3 n .1 o n fanipbell.rfi 1 1 o 0
,,;"lrl''-" . : " " 0 i,M'K hne.Sb4 n o 4 1
"'"ii.cf. 4 1 0 0 0 Itnusch.ef .t O 2 O 1
. jiU.rn..tt. 3 1 o I 1 .stranil.2h.4 2120
ad h p a e
4 0 I n 0 Nrhafer.lb 4 1 12 u (1
.t 211 2 n'lmond.ss,j 1111
3 0 11 1 Mchecr.lt 4 2 1 0 (1
.3 n ,i 3 0 Hurlden.c.s 2 e 2 n
l!U0 l'alk'ob'r,p3 O O 3 U
1 0 0 & u;
1 1 0 0 0 Totals . 34 02712 3
I Smith, ss.
I 'Allen .. .
.VI 727 IS 2
Hatted for llcdlrnt In the ninth lnnlnr.
nuITali; . . 0 0 s 0 0 1 1 n n
Newark 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 0-7
2, Strand, .scharfrr. 2; Ksmnnd. 2. Plrst base on
balls tnf Hr-llent, 4: off Palkenberr, 2. Mniek
outlij I alkenherir. 0: by llcdlrnt. Home run
Ilaltcm. 'I wo base hits Srhaefer. itarlden.
Illalr. 1 h,e. .sacrifice hits- f'alkenberic. Iu
rien. Iledlent. .stolen base llnrlilen Left on
bases IiuiTalo, 0: .Newark. & Umpires- John
nyn ann I fc. Time of eatne-1 hour SJ nnd
H. H. E.
r-hlcaro IK L.i..nnniiiA 1.1 m
l'lttjiTiiirr fK. 1.. 1 o 11 n .1 ft n ,i ft ,1 a
I 11. 1 ...... it. .,.).- .
,.-.l.:'.." "..'"".' """ "" i Jiearne,
n. it e.
1 Kansas City (F.L.) 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
ft. l,oul K. U).. 37000021 x 13 17 1
llatterlet Packard. Adams and Hrnwn,
l'lnnk und Hartley.
Louisville 10001100 3 'V F'i
Milwaukee . 00 0 14000 0 5 12 3
Hnttertee Kills and demons; Shackel
ford and llraunon.
AT KANSAS CITY..
Indianapolis., 01000000 0 l' 7 E.
Kansas City.. 04001243 x 12 IS 1
Ilttcrles Willis, Cantwell and Ootsett;
Delhi and Alexander.
At MlnneapoJIsOleveland. rain.
At St. 1'aul'Coluiulnus. rain.
Waro, 4: Houston. 1.
Galveston, 5, Dallas. 0,
lleaumonl. 7: Fort Worth. 0
Han Antonio, 3; fhreeport, 1
BLUNDER IS COSTLY
Cho of IMnch Hitter llrings In
New Pitcher, Blancke, Who
Proves Easy Mark.
TORONTO TEAM ASCENDS
Newark, S Toronto. 3.
Jersey City, : HufTaln. 1,
n,H.n.i J, MnnlPl . 1.
Itlehmond. 9: Itoeheetsr. 2 (flrst gams)
Itlehmnnd. 9: lloohester, 110 Innli
darkness; second game).
ftlaadlng ef Ihe Club.
v r. rf!l W. L.
Providence. 11 3 .7M BoeheaUr... T
Montreal... 00s Duftalo S
nichmondi. I 7 jt' Newark. ...i i T
.terse air. CM Toronto 3 It
Toronto In Newark.
Buffalo In Jersey City.
Montreal In Providence.
NawASK, May 16. After playing gilt
edge ball for seven Innings to-day the
Toronto blew up In the eighth and by
mixing a couple of wild throw with a
pair of Indian hits enabled the rtedmen
to score three nine, enough to win the
Up to the eighth there had been a good
battle between Al Schncht for the local
nnd Gene Cocreham for the visitor. But
In the eighth Manager Clymer ent
Luque In to bat for Gene, a strikeout
being the result. Tho change proved
bad, for after Clymer' men had tied the
score In that lining, he had to send
Pitcher Blancko In to finish the game.
The latter wa a mark and' his team as
cended with him. The score:
NEWARK (I. L.)
ab h p a
Mowe.es... 2 14 4
Tooley.ss,, 2 13 2
Tlerney.lf. 3 0 2 0
Callaln.ef. 4 2 2 0
Wltter.rf... 4 0 2 0
Zlm'man.tb 4 0 2 2
Kratt.lb... 3 1 11 1
HeeK'ier.e. 4 12 2
Schacht.p. 3 10 4
I TORONTO (I. I)
e ab h p a e
0 HoIl'der.Jb. 4 1 0 0 0
OlMetsenc'r.rf 4 10 0 0
0 riraham.lb.. 3 1 12 2 1
0 Drown. of,,. 4 110 0
O.Trout.lt.... 4 13 0 0
0 Shean.Sh... 4 13 4 0
Olllo.vh. 4 2 2 3 1
IflKelly.c 3 1110
0 Cdi-reham.n 2 0 0 2 1
j'f.Uillle 1 0 0 0 0
30 7 T li o.inam'Ke.D.. 0 0 o v
Batted for Cocreham In elsht lnnlnr.
tBatted for Blancke In ninth lnnlnr.
Newark 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 x-6
Toronto O0O00101 1-3
Huil-Mowe. Kraft. Hecklnrer. Sohacht 2.
llollnmler. Oraham. Sbean. facrlllee hits
Toole. Mowe, Shean. Stolen bases Kraft 2.
Two base hits- Callahan, Roach. Brown.
Three base hit -Hollander. Hits- OP Cucre
ham, S In seven luntnre: oft Blancke. 2 In
one Innliii Flnt on balls-Off Soharht,
2: oft Cncrehsm, 4. Mrurk out By Vhaeht.
1; by CoTehom, :; by Illatieke. I, Hit by
pitched ball- Bv Bluickr (Kraft) llalk -tllanek.
Double play Kraft nnd Howe
First base on errors-Newark, 2. !rfl on
bases Newark, t; Toronto. . Umpires
Hart nnd fk-ltham. Timo of tame-1 hour
and Ji minutes.
SKEETERS SHUT SUCCEEDS.
Bar Benched, While Tamm Goes
to Third and Turner to Short.
Jersey City balanced accounts with
Buffalo In yesterday' gume at West
Hide Park by handing tho lonovun herd
n 9 In 1 defeat.
A shift In the Jersey City lineup
proved successful. Hue being benched
for Tamm at third and Turner filling In
at short. The score:
BUFFALO (I. I. ) (JERSEY CITY I, L.)
no 11 p is ri i 11 ii, r
:ioo 0 T-aaie.:D.,
3010 0 iiarncy.er
Total 21 10 27 14 3
Totals. ...ea K 24 12 1
nattea ror hiiuenwelder in ins eignm
Buffalo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Jersey City 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 x-3
Ruiui-Ollhooley. Truesdale. Thnriw. Tamm.
llarry, Writ lit Turner 2, Yelle. Bruclt Two
haw hit Yelle Tliree bnee hits Barney.
litlhooley kcri0oe bit Ilnv-.k SHerl:i-o
lly llarry. stolen bases Thor;e, ramm,
Birry, Wrirhl, Turner. Yelle. MeCanht,
I . . 1 . - T .... .... V, .u T a ... ... Un I
,!.. r. hUu,T.mm -1Vii-'.l ai -,,.t
, llarry:' Yelle. Birry and Tr'uexlale: Brurk
Y an-l uarrr: jnvsnnr, neaiir.r ana Jun.f
First base on balls Off Ilrnek. 1: off Fullen
welder. 4. Struck out By Bnick.-J: by Full
enwelder. 1: by Tyson, I. Hit by pitcher
llr Pmelc (Oilhoolerl. Hits Off Fullenwel,
der. 10 In seven Inntnrs. llmnlres-Cleiry
and Csrpenter. Time I hour and 40 mlnutis,
R H. F..
Montreal (I. U1...1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 4 2
Providence II. L.1.0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 .'. 4
Batteries Hlrhter. Dowd and Madden,
Comstork and Haley.
It. H. E.
Rochester (1. !..).. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 7 3
Richmond (I. I, ).0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 x 3 7 1
llatterles llerche and Erwln; Morlssette
It. II. E.
Rochester (T. I),l 20400020 0- 0 t 4
Richmond (I. uVo 10022004 0 9 12 7
Called on arcnunt of darkness.
Batteries Hoff, Urlckson and Williams;
Harper and ftchaufeie.
Suffolk. 6; Rockv Mount. 4.
Portsmouth, 0; Newport News, 4,
Norfolk, 4; Petersburg. 1.
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EARL HAMILTON THROUGH,
(llldrd Youth, ."np'nd-il, win i,
Hack ti, Oavvran o vtn,
8r. leoum, May IS. -It Is undersi,,,.
that Bsrl Hamilton, vtlui a 11 ,u ;oo
nnd Indefinitely stispoiulrcl, will rctii't
to his homo In Osuego, Kiin., jnd ,t,lv
then-. A good many of hh Inllmvs
friends say that Marl Is ilnni with h,.r
ball, HIh father Is Hitld to bo, rich, nin,
no other ntubltloii than tn keep hn.
some boy In rnoln? rrn and poiii
Ham saj that ho should worry n
fart, ho adds, ho was rotisldrrliie
rlosiily as far n h cm be serious
qiiltting his l,50u a month J.)h ah;-cr
11111I going Iiiiiiip to that dmr ol.l o.
weo. Ho romplrined that Hedges
regarded hint will cold Imtitrur and in it
lllckey had ridden him with spurs niid
quirt afld that ho was about nenrv jf
It nil. So the chances arc that Ham
will null the gamo he ornamented ni,
u slow ball and forever lead the life of
a gilded joiith In 11 pralrln town In U.m.
Ho passeth n nice chap with h n-s
slow ball, some speed, h good curve , ,
a liking for song and trlmmlnir n tti
music of tho man who wroln the npra
"Mo turn," "C'tut 1c Mills de .Mation l.
cant," which, as any one with half lU1
eye or ear can see or hear, means. "It
Is all off with Karl Hamilton and bm.
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
i,.P.or.?'.. Malsel, a brother nf our nwa
Charles Meara, the outrlelder -rhs .n
sagement by Arthur Irwin last siimmr
led to tha rupture between Trank ChsnV.
ml Frank Parrell, ha. fojnd a ".""-,
with the Troy club. "
Josh Dsvore. the diminutive outfielder
who was so lucky In belnr associated wl'k
world's championship aplltuiis, Is niw "
J!!.',- "SS?," of , '' club nt ChlUeftths.
llhlo. This Is Indeed some ttimhle from
the ranks of the Braves since last o, to',r
Jonn Farrell'a latest bulletin shows thit
Onodbred, Brown, Chabsk. Snow snl
Hebmuti were all turned over to j-k
by Brooklyn under option asjreemtni
Tamm went to Montreal from the Yur.k
tho sain way.
The first unassisted triple nlsy nsM
of this year waa made yesteraav hy Mr
Connell of Syracuse against Albany ft
helped win n ten Inning game tor ik
home team, score t to 3,
North Carolina League,
nreenshoro. f: Italelxh, 1.
Ashevllle, li Charlotte, 2
Durham, S: Wlnrton-Hvletn. 4
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gear, then showinir 1G.9 mile3
on one gallon of fuel,
criss-crossing Chicago's con
gested Loop district, making H7
starts sealed in high gear,
touring through winter's
snows from Baltimore to New
York, in record-breakinjr timo
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Climbing the hardest hill
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