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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1915. CopyrigM, 1915, bp the Sun rrMhxg anil 'nblfsMn? A.sodnMon.
LONG BEACH STAKE,
Sam McMcckin Half a Length
in Rear in Biff Race at
THREE FIRST CHOICES
FINISH IN THE LEAD
T. Wilson. Jr.'s. five-year-old geld
tmg Tartar, made up for aevernl dlaap
itlntlnf races this iwaion when he
n the Beftch 1,anJlcat at J'
eica yesterday In 1:63. clipping a
jfth of 11 econd from the track rec
,,4. mid by Eugenia Burch In 1905.
I, winning by half a length he crushed
lit asplratlona of Snm McMeekln, re
cently purchased by August Belmont,
to be considered a ureal home. But
tie three-year-old proved ho wai n
rood one by defeatlnic the Imported
hone Short Crass.
Bun McMeekln wn giving away nine
tnn poundi to the winner nnd olao con
ceded "ven pounds to Flying Fairy,
the erstwhile pride of the Cassntt Stable,
wblch trailed the field of four.
If one three-year-old failed to reallte
Ihi hlihe.it expectation in the big
ii.ee another more than offset tho short
(omini In tho Tcxaa lllghwelght Han
alcap. In thla dash of six furlongs
Frtdtrlck Johnson" Top o' th' Morning
carried the top weight. 140 pounda.
md though he (rave away actual weight
to elder horsea led all the way utid
ea by nose from Hanovla. another
promlitr.g three-year-old. which ,was
paduate.1 from tho maiden clues only
i tek previous.
The excellent sport promised by the
two handicaps and an otherwise well
Ulincd card attracted one of tho larg
rt crowds of the meeting. The casual
visitor, who depends on the talent to
pick his favorite for him. was more
favored than on recent day. us three
f the first choices were surcnisful.
lth liberal quotations against two of
Tkire was some illsoniHlutmrnt over
!k4 withdrawal of U. '.3. Hnllenbeck'a
ft Hnn from tho Loiik Beach Handl
rp. This sou of OKden lina earned the
1'nlnction of lielnr; the lct or
i(t aho ah In the Kan:, but by hla vic
tory In the Southampton Handicap he
iicurred a penally. Therefore, hla owner
ij trainer thought If unwise to subnu
k!m lo this sev.re tost, an ho Is des
tined lo tiy for the Hamilton Derby
'i Cansda next Friday, ftromboll also
vis withdrawn, as the threr-ycar-old
McMeekln had beaten htm In their last
Thit Ire waa considered the best of
'it Bilmont pair was sufficient to In
i!!l Sam McMeekln favorite, but the
Wends of Kmil Hera had equal con
Sowe In the prowess of Bhort ('.rues,
tie nirKln ot choice between thm belntf
matt, Tartar with the feather of S
founds on hl back was the choice of
many handlcapperx and only 11 to 5
ru'.J be obtained against htm at the
c'oj. Kljlns: Fairy was the outsider at
1! to I 3
Flylnc Fairy and Sam McMeekln Just
imed each other as Htarter Cuisldy
ne the w rd and a repetition of the
no In which Dusnn wn left with h'.a
,Ht hanging out of the ctlrrups was
looVeJ for The collision was eo hIIkIu
4at Flylns; Fairy wn not hindered nnd
hot to the front, maintaining her posl
Jta on the rail,
Bjme, Instead of PuKun, had the
want on Sam McMeekln and apparently I nf Pennsylvania at Merlon this after
li had ordeid to do hU running In front. I noon, winning two nets to one. The
He ruhed am ulont; no swiftly thut
te workeil from last to first place by
4 time the field had rounded the first
nm. McCaheJ, too, was looking for a
ood place In the procession nnd In the
un along the luckstretoh he had Tartar
l second rlace. while Short Ores
terkel Into third position nt the end of
6am McMeekln' lead of a length and
half was cut down In the run around
:ke loaer turn, and ha anrung Into the
iemektretch with Tartar only a neck
kshlnd. There the weight began to tell
the leader, and though Hymn lld hli
Ws; to maintain 1i!m advuntage the
!!ttly weighted Tartar crept up Inch by
aeh until ho hud his nose In front ut
tin eighth pole. Sam McMeekln struggled
limly to th end, but Tartar would not
J denied and pnss-ert tho Judges with
U'.f a isnsth to upate.
Short Cirakk, which had been out
paced by the meteoric run of th two
'sders nt the b-i;lnnlng of the stretch,
fairly In his stride nt the finish
r4 was beaten only a length for tht
'.TiP 0 ,n i'oriilng'H gallunt victory
i.L , fakes win slightly tinged
nn luck, as after a long deluy at the
tart he was In motion when the harrier
ttt up and was nble to cut out an
uiy lead h was Hnnovla that caused
" of the trouble fur Htarter Cas.
1 37, and it was perhaps retributive Jus
that repaid her for her misdoing
J7 allowing Top u th' Morning to get
,wy flying and heat her by a nose.
Polarlus. Norse King and Flglnny
"'e immediate followers of Top o'
'lorning an h
itretth u t.,,.i. i i v. . i
J,r.Vc.n.i ''n'b and a half to the good,
la n vi- nmnp in. nnru.
PW.rVdnt h.nr,Xt 10 'fV Nr,e K"1K
,:.IJ.rt? ht most dangerous con-
Jier, ae h outpaced Flglnny and To
" going nrounl the turn, but a cry
J wtresi went up from his backers as
extreme speed caused him to run
e'tt? th rac" 'ookel sfa for Top
Morning Hanovla began making
Jtrounil Ker nTIK delayed speed wag
Jrfii Hnd 1 00 yards from the wire
HaM"1 by '"'Klnny with a lightning
"JJ that landed her only a nose be.
"Ith the exception of the last two
. n which Northllght and Bessllen
w with something In hand, every con
tlT. .J" '"Knt right up to the tape, so
t. J Uk cr,,w'l received more than
'"Ware of thrills. The summaries:
M,.,tvt.?;,'''r",,,u birh have nin aad not
IK IriVh ilr".".1. fc',l,n"j ty subscription
ifii.1 . added: nve (urlonrs:
5ShT,J'' V1. Jorkey. Prlrea. Fin.
ffllSltl J07 ""estls 4-IJ-10 1
W?ri.,"r,J m l-oudrr 7-10 1-7 y
TfBrou1.J m I.frj- 40-1 1J-1 6
Bia Time, Ifll M.
WTcTnnaS owned by and trained
, .si'XOND TIACB.
la, 2,Kh5f''-'ca,r-ola and upward: selling:
8afa",nVon "' . hh IWO added; one
a-& 710 l
rain.ii,. V" '! uwo..,.,. n-i -
OUuni..'. ... '"ley 7-1 I1- as
Btlii i lrr'f d.ll ,llueUs 7-1 eYSO 4
""mi, 4. ..1M MoCaheir .,, 4-J 7-4
fla... . Time. ;47 4.
V?82J51,.V o driving; Orlln Krlpn, blk. h
Wb7A?Bifsiaosr"e'1 by K-L Kr,ppi
LlkT """!. . .
m wtt-mtkU MM uawargi
"Uhweliht handicap; by nbacrlp'.lon of 110,
"'V nimr: six niriongs:
Horse A Ago. Wt. Jockey.
Hglnny.4 u .War'ton.
l;ol.irlu s in .r iirother,
Surprising. I....is3,.lluetl . .
Fenmouse.s II .Dugan..
7-1 V-3 J
l-& T- Sl
10-1 4-1 4
I- 1 5
lo-l 4-1 a
II- 1 &-l 7
ralr start; won ridden out: Top o' th' Morn
ing, ch.o.. by l'p o' l)ay tody Halgowan:
P,?.".'" 1 rcderlck Johnson; trained by C. T.
The T.nn llenrh lfsnan,, e t,r.-....sr.
olds and upward: by subscription of ll.V starters
to pay Mo additional, with JI.Soo added; one
...iir nuu mriong;
Morse A Age. Wt. Jockey. Price. Tin.
I.Wjv ,.yrCahey....l!-a - I1
M.M'Meekln.3..tnj liyrne 7- 7-30 V
Short (ijass, a. 133. Noiter 17-10 JO ji
Hying Fairy. .V.ios. Davie.... ,.13-1 4-1 4
.. . Time. 1;M.
t.ood start: won driving; Tartar, b. r.. by
Oiden-Yankec Mister: tinned by II. T. VVIIson,
Jr.; trained by T. J. Ilealey.
felllutr: for maiden three-year-olds and up
ward: nurse, aid): U furlongs:
to Wt. Jockey.
J-t 7-in is
Dolly Mait'n, s.. "7 Louder 1VI S-l 3
u'jrornuT,3..!OI. MrCahey..,, S-J S- 3'
tiamnion, s tot. .llorrman.. -i &-t 4
JVondfalr. 3 104..MoTat(art..l(-s -lo s
I.okoml, 4 !l..Welsse......40-l U-l a
'IIC.. S 104 .Corey SO-1 10-1 7
. Time, :U.
Hood start; won easily; Norttillfht. oh. f.. by
Northern Nur Torrhlltht: owned by Emll
lleraj trained by J. McCormack.
I'or maiden two-) ear-olds; by subscription
of W, with I W0 added: nve furlonts:
Horse 1c Ate. Wt. Jockey. I'rlcea. Fin.
tlcssllen. 1 ,107, .Mrtiabcy.... even l-S 1'
Dr. remer,1...107 ..McTatrart.. a-1 2-1 5
Oof Paradise. 2.107 'Hurstls a-S 1-2 S"
(.olden Hate, 2. 107 .Horfman . 10-1 4-1 4
flood Counsrl.2.110. Ilurllniame. a-1 3-1 a
llelleoftheK.,2.107 ralrnmther.ll-1 5-1 s
. Time. 1-01 2-4.
Cood start; won easily; flrssllen. b. f., by
Orslnl Hose of China; owned by If. L. I'ratt;
trained by J, Fltrtlmmons.
RAIN AT GOSHEN AFTER
THIRD RACE IS DECIDED
John R. Townsend Wins With
Hed Gift on Season's First
ISOHMUN, June 19. Italn preventwl the
nnUhlna: of the programme of the Uosh
en Drlvlntr Club here thla afternoon.
Three event races had been decided
when a heavy downpour began.
John rt. Townsend made hla first ap
pearunce of tho season In the sulky, and
captured a blue ribbon with his mare
Hed Gift. Supreme Court Justice Tomp
kins and County Judge Heegcr were on
hand, but the event In which they were
to drive was nut reached. They will
drive next Saturday, The summaries:
'las A. pacing;
Wh!r ilentry. ch. jr., by John H.
(lentry (Averell llarrlman) 1 t
.T. I. Morgan. K g. (W II. McCarthy). 2
Joe C b. g. (Peter llakrr) I 3
Tlmo :;l, i:lln.
Class II. trotting:
Itnl (lift. b. in., by drntton liny (John
II. Townsend) 1 t
May Hoy, b. g. (Aversll llarrlman). ..3 3
1. (I. D. b. . (W. K. Uliksrion)
Hessls Cook. h. m. (John 1). King)
Class C, trotting;
Dr Tregg. b. g., by Treganstts (W
Vitesse, r. in. (W. 1. Mltchelll
llowtlv Mcdretor. b. e. (Averell llarrl
man) 1 4
Nolle H., br. in. (Pierre Lirl!!ard, Jr.). 4 3
Tims 3:t7't. ::l t.
ARMSTRONG DEFEATS JOHNSON.
Take lVnnsyl vnnlsi
Final 1- T 5, S-
-to, ii a.
15. Joseph J.
Arnitrotut, former middle Wemtern
chamiikm. outplayed Wnllaeo F. John
son, former l'cnnsylvanla Htats title
holder and runner up to Mclaughlin In
the national tournament In 1?12, In the
final match for tho tennis championship
scores were i u, s 10, 6 s.
With the w;ore S to i against him
.Armstrong pulled the tlrot set out of
the, fire, liv iohi ine second atter a
bitter struggle, Johnson playing In his
old tlmo form for a while. Then he came
back etrong and captured the third set,
G games to 2. Armstrong defeated John
son In the Delaware Ktate tournament
last year nnd appeared to have figured
out exactly how to carry out a uccesa
ful campaign ngalnst ths local star.
It. Norrls Williams 2d of this city,
the present national champion, was thi
101 4 .State champion, but as he is head
ing a party of Kastern tennis stara in
nn Invasion of the West he could not b
present to defend his title.
TOM HALPIN HAT HISS TRIP.
Boston Filer Hart ('ranking Auto,
He Declares In Letter.
Thomas J Halpln of the Uoston A. A.
Is another star middle distance runner
..!, lib. lli-.n.ui- ltuUii- ti.uf ,,,-, l,n
able' to represent his club In the national
championships nt the I'linamn-lMcltlc
Exposition, This fact wan brought to
light In local uthletlc circles to-day when
Halpln In answering an Invitation ex
tended to him by the Mlllrose Athletic
Aaeoclatlpn to compete In Its special 860
yard event In Celtic. Park on July 10
stated that while cranking an automo
bile he had received an Injury whlcn
affected his stomach. Halpln Is u selling
agent In Boston for a well known oar.
nnd It was In the performance of his
luuiies inai nc mei wnn mo acciuont.
jiii i... i,i i, u,.i.
... .. .. . ... ...
"I l"v n laid up for some time t
wont out to.dav for the flmt tlm.. rwl
may be able to get In shape for the try
outs on June 26. If so, I also will run
In the MIHroso games on July 10."
JAMAICA TURF J0TTINQ6.
Tht Balmont Jlng was working again.
Three hnrsss stsrt'd In th colors of th
chairman of th Jockey Club and though
two Were favorites not one was first to
catch ths Judgr's eye. Mr. Ilelmont has
not won a nut since the nrst two days ot
In the first race August Itslmont's High
Horaa cut up ao badly at the post that
lie was shifted from th Inidile to the out.
side position. Than when the break cams
.lie him left standing. Ths favorlt made
up gtound so quickly thut he looked like
a contsndtr whsn ha was knocked back
and out of It going around ths bsnd.
lllrhard F. Carman was eompenaatad
for the disqualification of Dune Hlte on
Wednesday when that Ally won the first
mrs. With High Horse dlipied of Dune
Hits ran over it T. Wilson's Blue Hock In
Cayanaugh. who rod Orlln Krlpp to
victory In th second. Is 44 year old. He
had a good horse under him, for Orlln
Krlpp got away last and was many lengths
nut of tha running to the stretch turn.
Thr h cam Ilk a flash and staved off
tb ohalltng of Ben Quince.
Northllght proved fiat xgoed can he
accomplished by a chang of riders. Pits,
ao aira jswnfiiiaui wuu n was
beaten on Thursday, gav way to Huston
unit Norlhllrht cradu
ed from the maiden
class with nvs Isngths to
are. In nrih
plac wa Woodfalr. which
Northllght on Thursday.
For one the correction board was clean
at th nd of the afternoon. There were
no overweights, chang of col-ors or other
alterations In th set programme.
Tha Finn will be shipped to Hamilton
on Tuesday and will be a starter In th
tfomlltea Persy t be rug en Friday atgt.
' BalrTai fir h. .tit
left rfc.y eaaWew.
,mmm oi in BUBBira
EXTRA PUTT COSTLY
TO GARDINER WHITE
Philip Curler Wins Finn! at
NfiHsnu. Mutch floinjr to
MATT TAKES HANDICAP
Olk.v Cove. N. Y., June 19. Philip
Carter won theT Invitation tournament I
of the Nassau Country' Club to-day by
defeating Cardlner White on tho nine
teenth green In the final round. The
extra hole was almost an anti-climax,
for White, who had holed an unusual
number of long and hard putts during
the round, missed a ahort and easy one
on the nineteenth and the match was
over. Carter now has won two of this
year's Invitation tournaments, hla first
being that of the Oakland Oolf club a
few weeks ago.
Two hard semi-final matches this
morning. In ono of which Frank W.
Dyer, the young Montclalr golfer, car
ried White to the nineteenth green, while
Carter was beating William L. Hicks,
the Nassau veteran, In the other, made
the llnallsts take their time thla after
noon, and they did not leave tha first
tee until 3 o'clock. Ilv that hour tha
biggest gallery that has watched the
nnai or an invitation tournament this
year had assembled.
The match began In ordinary enough
fashion with two halved hole, but at the
third White played a fine chin shot
that left his ball dead to the hole.
He got his 4, a stroke under par. and ,
won me noie. l'laving a perfect tee
shot on the short fourth. White got close
enough to run down his hard putt for
n 2 and wus 2 up and two strokes un
der par. The next was halved In C. but
on tho 441 yard sixth While played a
great Iron shot to the green after a
good drive and nil but holed out In
The ball trickled past the cup and
stopped a foot beyond. Carter didn't
oven oak White to hole the putt for a
3, It looked so easy.
Four strokes under par nnd 3 un
on Carter, White had a great chance,
but he began to throw It away without
a mument's rielav. 7f hnokori hi. Hrlv
into some mounds on the seventh, los nr ,
a snot in getting out. Carter won the
hole in 4 to 5 and was only 2 down. ,
Tile snort eighth was halved, but on
the ninth White drove poorly, put hi
second Into a bunker, played out, tried
a long putt that missed and then con
ceded the hole to Carter, who had a sure
4 una a possiblo 3. Carter's win eft
White only 1 up at th turn.
wnit was hunkered from the tee on
the short tenth and lost the hole, the
match becoming all square. The elev
enth went to White when Carter's ap
proach putt was poor und the Flush
ing golfer found h ineelf ahead arnln.
The next was halved In 4, but on the
thirteenth White was bunkered and lost
the hole, the match becoming all even
Hoth drove Into the blsr tran (o thn
left of the fourtenth green and when
Carter got aafely out with his second
and White wasted a shot In getting clear
it iookcu like a victory for Carter.
White's only chance to halve the hole
was to get down a twenty foot putt for
n 4, which he did In splendid style.
Carter was so astonished that he took
three putts, nnd lost the hole Instead
of winning It os he had expected to do.
The new fifteenth, r.,5 yards long. Is
Nassau's pride and both finalists: reached
the green with their third shots. Whites
however, took three putts and let Carter
square the match again, As White- took
three shots to reach the sixteenth green
nnd was forty feet from the cup when
he got there, while. Carter was much
closer and had played only two shots. It
look'd as though the Junior Metropolitan
champion would win the hole easily.
White, however, wan equal to the oc
casion nnd ran down his lorty footer
for a 4 nnd Carter was so astonished
that he missed n putt of less than a
yard, losing the hole. White's lend went
on the next liolf, however, for ho sliced
his drive to a trap and failed to get
home with his second, Carter winning,
4 to r.
That left 'it all nquar as they went
to the home hole. This wan halved In
4, Carter saving himself by running
down a fifteen foot putt after he had
overrun th hole to thut extent a mo
ment before. Then rame the extra hole
with Its dlsuppolntlng sliding. Itoth
reached the edge of the green with
their seconds and White proceeded to
throw the mutch away by taking three
putts, The cards:
I'hlllu V. (i. Carter. Nassau:
Out.,.. I &
Out , . I I
In 3 6
& a o t 3
4 : : s s i
4 5 114
In 4 I
4 i 4 I 4 5 4 40 17
EJlra nnie Carter, 1; AVhlte. s,
In the second sixteen final there was
another extra hole match, C. L. Wat
kins of Apawamls beating Archie XiHA
of Ht. Andrews op the twenty-second
green. I'lay In all five stxteens and In
four beaten eight classes was completed
to-day and there also was an eighteen
hole handicap In which J. T. Pratt,
Nassau, won the net prize with 32 18,
74, and Flndlay 3. Douglas, Nassau,
the gross with an 81. The summary:
First Hlxtesn, Semi-final Hound Oarrtl.
ner W. White, Fluthlng, heat Frank W.
Oyer, Montelair, 1 up (is holes); I'hlllp V.
(I Carter, Nassau, beat William L. Hicks,
Nassau, i and 1.
Final Hound Carter beat White, 1 up
IJeaten Eight ef First Rlxteen, Feml.flnal
rtounil F. C. Jennings. Nassau, beat A.
Morrell, llarkensack, 1 up (31 holes): T.
W. IHitter. Westchester, beat Oliver Per
rln. National, by default.
Final Hound Potter beat Jennings, I
flscond Sixteen, Semi-final Round A. M,
nld, Nt. Andrews, beat Oeorge T. Ilrokaw,
Harden City, t and :; C, I.. Watklns, Apa
wamls. beat O. II. Adams. National, S and 7.
Final Hound Wutklns beat Held, 1 up
Ileaten Hlght of Second flliteen, Psml
flnal Hound F. M, Kerr, Midland, beat C.
E. Van Vleck, Jr.. naltusrol, I and 1; A.
H. Tlourne, Weatbrook, beat 11. C. Berner,
Nassau, by default.
Final Hound Ilourne beat Kerr, t and 1,
Third Blxteen. eteml.ttnal Round A. W,
Roaslter, Nassau, beat J. Ilredemus, New
York. 3 and 1: H. C. llabon, Ardsley, beat
L. llreiln, Detroit, t and 1.
Final Round Mabon beat Hosstter, 1 up,
Ileaten Eight of Third Hlxteen, He ml.
final Hound U. H. Carhart, (Iresnwlch,
beat F. II. I'ratt, Nassau, i up; A. Mo
llwalne, National, beat C. D. rate, Nas
Pinal Iteund Mcllwalne beat Carhart,
3 and 2.
Fourth Sixteen. Reml-flnal Hound D. A.
I, orlng, Jr Nassau, beat J, H. Ottley,
Nassau, ! up; J. F. O'rtourke, Jr., Oak
laud, beat II. Catlln, Richmond County,
2 and 1.
Final Round Cltourk best I.orlng, 7
Fifth Slxten. Bsml-llnal Round E. Co
Kerr, Nassau, beat II. 0. McCulloch. Nas
sau, I and 1: H. II. Nswton. Frankford.
beat P. W. I'alge. Piping Hock. 1 and 1.
Final Round Kerr beat Newton. 4 and a.
Th scores In the handicap: J, T. I'ratt,
Nassau. S3 19. 74 J 8. Allison. Midland
IT 10, 77 0. Lord, Rockaway Hunt', li
lt, 77: II. I.. Tratt. 151, 77; II. T. Allen,
Fox Hills. 125. 77; II. C. Kolger, Nassau,
SB IS, 7; F. H. Douglas, Nasiau, II J,
7); It. T. McUuity, Nassau, 5 It, 711
II, M. Crane, Nassau, 1111, 7; A.
Fletcher. Nassau, 1111. It; J, I,ouns.
harry. Naaaau. Ill IT. Ill A. O. lumiiir.
Nassau. ll l, 14) O. Copr, Oakland,
HARVARD'S VARSITY CREW AND
From left to right the men are
Cabot, Ti Parson, fli J. W. Midden
Morgnn( a, and Murray, how.
YANKEES PROLONG THEIR
STREAK TO SEVEN GAMES
Then Clevelands Stop Them in Second Half of Double
Header Despite Plucky Rally Strong Finish
Decides Ten Inning Opener.
The White Sox Improved their -lead
yesterday. They beat the Athletics
while the Red Hox were playing u tie
with the Browns, a game called by
agreement. The Detrolta also lost
Washlngtor.s blanked them. The Yan-
kees won a ten Inning game from the
Clevelands, their seventh consecutive vie-
tory. then lost th. second. The games
,. . , .!..,.. . , ,
wound up tho llrst l-.astern trip of the
" eirn teams.
flrteg'am,) ' clev'Un'1' 4 (l9 lnnlns
Ilwtani1 nt Vow rnW 1 .m.V
lioiton, (: m I.ouls. 1 ( Innlnat: agree
Washington. 7; Detroit. 0.
Chicago. I; Philadelphia. :
Detailed Mtandlng ef the Club.
IB Sl His)
Chicago In I'levrland.
At. Louis In Detroit.
Hy WII.I.IAM B. IIA.N.NA
The laukces were upset yesterday
while on their way to a winning streak
eight games long. Their streak was
sax en games nnd seven Innings long.
They cllnrhed with the Clevelands In a
1 j i1t 1
"ijl i i i
111 I'l t
21 31 3'l S It
leader, beat them, I to 4, In the Rifle of Hiii-stnd. forced In 11 run. un
ite, which went ten Innings, and of J'orton. Haumann grounded to Turner
,. H.wwt H.I- nf their mntlnu.
ous success ut the beginning of the
eighth Inning of the second game. Thero
their foitunes ebbed. The upheavals of
that Inning beat them, but they were
kicking up a tremendmu dust when the
samu ended. 6 to 4. In favor of the
The Yankees nulled finishes In each
contest which atlrrcd the 13,000 spec-
taurs to feverish enthusiasm. They
tied th. score in the ninth Inning of the
llrst same and won in the tenth. In
he second game they cam within one
run of tying th. acore In the eighth In-
ntng and they died ao hard in the ninth
tha? "hey were pounding at the plate
when they were thrown back.
Intreiiid and involuoua scrapping,
aggressive esery minute, an iiwrawn
In whloh the fur flew and with the - 'rmr'h
Clevelands no less willing to mix It nnd ,.,,. ,
rally than the Yank. They didn't play JacUsun.rl.
as good ball as the Yanks, though they ''"neif
did break even, but they fought as hard. Jvuh
Their playing nchleved as much and o'Nriit.e..
wn as good In what Ih accomplishad, Mlicheli.p.
but hadn't the spirited and spectacular Jones.p....
touches of the Yanks' playing. Also lit j to,,,,..
what poor playing was done the Cleve
land were the more active and mors ;
.n..,,.w,i in iranmrs In nlnches. How-.
ever, poor baseball was obscured by the
scurry and excitement Jammed Into th.
stretch between midday and curfew.
As an Individual promoter of turmoil
nobody did us much as rtoger Pwkln
naugh. The bridle wos off with Hoger
and he did things on a neroio scam.
j j,.i.kia nnrl u trlnle In ine
r"" -- amUm iniNM York 10
the second four hits for a total of eleven
Ami avauia n. name run uiiu uumw
base. He swung lor ... , rml-;..iijinian inro nase nus-jaritson,
he hit and hla batting figured In seven I'ecmnpsiiih. Htsh Two hsse hlt-I'eculii.
ne i.irtin: chances In Eau"h' S-rllh-e Ily-ilrsney Marr flc hits
rum. Ho had eleven neldtng cnances jn thanman. Ilarbare .molen bases Chapman
the second lime and aopned up ten or s. vnl pltch.s-Mlichell. Fisher. Ilits-off
them with plain and fancy eopplng. Mitchell, u In eight snd two thlMs Innlnas;
thT.k!i hP.t. wer. popping "IoJiW X fc ",,nfn lHSSS,
to last In the first fame, but though ,1Il1nrt. oft KeHilng. I In mw Inning Kanml
they popped more than twice aa often runa-Off Mdch.lt 4. off Fisher 4, Umpire
as Cleveland bingUs. th. Indians-so-; In chlt'-Evan.. Field umjnre-Chlll Time
called because Pike', l'eak Is east of ' no '
. ul . 11 rakr u mil.-h with SLUU.III UAXE,
?h.r;:1 lwT MiTl.V batted In a run
In the tnira inning, ouv in m ivh
Turner's single, Jackion's triple, n hit
which bounded high over Hartzell's head,
and an outfield fly batted In two.
Harttell made an outlandish play In
,1,. , unini. n'N'elll almiuhed il Ilv far
i.i, VXiei. .uld.nllv was hard lo
iu 1 j
Judge, for It had Harttell turning and
twisting ana guessing aa ut uscsmi om
to get under It. He never got under It,
but he snatched It from, somewhere with
one hnnd as he was about to fall over
himself from sheer dlitlness.
Chapman, In the glxth, hit one whloh
Hoy, the dervish, couldn't get. It went
Into the left field stand crow's neat, far
beyond the pirouetting picket. The
Yankees didn't care. They tied the
aoorc In the sixth on a triple by High
and single by Uaumann. Flaher's pitch.
Ing slumped In th ninth, and on a
walk, two steels, a wild pitch and a
slnglo by Oraney th Cleveland took a
lead of two run.
There was no holding the Yanks, how
ever. They crowbarred their way past
all obstacles, Uaumann and Cree sin
gled In the ninth and, with two out,
ricklnpaqgb, battered a triple to centre
and brovtfht In both. Hllm Caldwell wai
JjU4 s to pinch bat in tola Jnnlaa;,
Kregrr, rmswalni t.nnd. stroke
dorf. fit llnrvrond. It iHrtililna, 3
The cheering which giei.ted lilni us
deafening, but he was Just out of home
runs nnd hadn't anything Just as good,
ailm fnnned, an act which ree,.led u
great truth to the people, that no man
! CRn mako a home run every time.
i me iuiiks went through their tenth at
double imli'b Pfm, m.rl. iMti.l.l v.i.
and High hit cleanly to right. Hartiell
the bull down for a sacrltlco. .(ones,
w.'10n K,',l,,,'ri'.,i !'.",'' ,,h." rn irA
H,len "o fieldej It to third, but hla short
toss to harbare was Inaccurate Tho
short distance of the throw and the
tionr :ilm , t taM.tlit I. u..u
. Jjarbare couldn't get a tight grip on
the ball. I'lpp scored on the pitcher's
because thero are rings around Saturn
In a close grip until tho eighth Inning of
the second g:im Oraney made a home
run In the fourth Inning, but no other
danuge wag done save that Cook was
spiked nt third baso In the first Inning.
Egan made a line play In getting over
there In time to retire Cook on a douhle
play, but the Doc v. as hurt in the mlxup.
Malsel's speed brought a run to the
Tanks In the fourth. He heat out 11
grounder to Chapman, stole second and
came In from that tenement on wild
pilch. Sweeney lost a chance In the fifth
by poor base running and In the sixth
Roistering Hogei rattled a home run Into
the left field stand.
Smith started it In the elchih. Thn
.twain-; uciu nir j numiiM -TO-c.ii ea
asterisk participant, coming into the
niij wim no otner introduction than
that he was Smith, batting for Hager
man, whnli-d ;, Mingle with 11s much
assurance as If his name were Cobb or
Knurr or raubert. A force, three sufe
ties nnd 11 poor throw hy lUunmnn to
the pinto followed, hIso ii throw to the
piaio uy ripp which arrived too lute,
lbiununn'e mlspluy wai whefilled from
1 him by artifice, Ornney sneaked toward
second, drew a throw from Sweeney,
.Jackson dashed In and Haum.inn made 'a
1 wild return.
ine .New ork halves of the eighth
and ninth were a continuous uproar,
l'eck doubled In the eighth. M.ils'd
bunted safely nnd after a Plpp pop to
Turner Mnisel stole. Two walks, th-
ami .Miilsel scored. Caldwell (rleil 111
h,"l again but wns beaten to first on
"''hop to ood. which Morton, covering
the bug, handled n smart style,
. "eglnnliig the Inst of the ninth. Ciee
l vired his second Pinch single of the
, 1'ey waited and drew four bulls.
1 !' Hlw"' lenillng a helping hand.
nr' M'n 're on seo.ml nnd
U .V.Vl t .?r i'l ,!Tf1 ji l"t "?v
" jur. 1; 'It tried htf4 eiumg.
';,u"''m1,, '.VYVV5' iV" ?,'.Vl0"'
',u '"T ,Mn 10 r,." "ir,v
om l1l"' tho Plf. free was the
""ml.out. d when Turner tl.ruw to
h'"'' 1 ' PP 't's the end of
'"'' . The score.,
j FIRST oame,
ci.EVBlSI) (A 1. new vniiv , i n
o v r an ii
J 0 1 Omk.rf
.1 3 0 lrpUJIl.i 5 3 4
l s v:wl 30 . 1 3 1
.1 0 o Inpn.lb.. .. e 3 13 0
3 f C ItUh.cr .. i 3 J i
1 1 lUrtsell.lf 1110
e ( l:aumiiin.:b 4 3 .1
r 3 e N'lnalier.e.. 3 0 4 4
0 1 0 tt'ree ... 1 1 0 0
0 0 I IIMley.. . 0 0 0 0
51 17 13 :"Hlier,p ..500
llCaldmrll. 1 0 o o o
a;rattng,i. . 0 0 0 l e
I Tolali- il 11 5) f( l
Notle mil 1ln wlnnltlr run u-aa
llattefl for Nunamaker In the ninth Inning
IHan for Cr'e in the ninth Inning
lllattrd for Fisher in the rinth Inning.
C!e eland . ,000;001 04
New York . . o 0 1 n 0 1 0 0 : i it
Huns-Cleveland, Turner. Clisiiman 3, Jnek-
. "''son: New orK, I'eeklnnaujli, lipp, llia-li,
the i naiunaim. Daley llt on ban -Clet eland 3.
First base on balls Off
Fisher S. Hiruek mil 'Hy
i t . .
titTn l!' by Fl.hW
CLEVELAND (A, L) NEW YORK (A L.)
n a e
at, h p a
I Wood, lh... 4
0 0 0 OCook.rf. ...
3 o : n
4 3 19
R J ft n
I 01! u
3 n : o
t 1 i Ilaley.rf .
3 3 3 lll' iiauxh at
1 1 0 0 Malel.Jb.
I I 0 (I'l'lpii.lb
0 0 3 O.llliih.ef
1 ! 0 HartxelMf
I K'M' ! ? V ,"aumn.i.3b 4 1
1 iiageran.p 3 0 11 1 UMweency.e
Knilih.. .110 o.o;t('ald.ell.
fl 0 o ,N'ni:iker,c
.tionon, p. .
v v i v ii .xcii&ir.p.
JCree.. .. 110 0
35 8 37 18 I . - .
i To, nl. .Ii i ? it
patted for Ilagerman In the eighth Inning
tllatted lor Hweeney In the eighth Innlnr
tn.rted for Mrllale In the ninth Inning
Cleveland 0 0 n 1 n o fl 4 ft- f,
New York 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 a- 4
Huns Clereland. Bouthworth, Turner, t'linn
man. JacUson, liraner: New York, l'eilni,.
Jiaurl, 3. Malsel : First base n rrrors
Cleveland 1, New York 3. I'ft un bases
Cleveland 4. New York t First base on
balls Off llagrnnan :, off Haratad f. off
Morton 1, Struck out Py Ilagerman 7. by
Mollala 8. Home runs Oraney, l'ecklnpiiugh.
Two base hits -Turner. Wood. Prcklnn.nieli,
Sacrifice hit I'ecklnpatiih. Htolen buses -Jackson.
Malsel 3. Double, plays Vfmnbs.
anna, Wood and Egan; Esau nnd Wood,
)aley. unasilstcd Wild pllches-ILigerniaii.
Morton. itll Off Ilagerman, 4 In seven
Innlngsr off narstml, s hi one-third Inning:
off Morion. 1 in on nnd two-thirds innings
ByCJ,.rin,r0C, Her"ian off.Har.lad t.
off MuUale 5. 1'inulre u chief Cbtll. Field
UBapire-vETaoa, TUae J hour, aod minutes.
THE MAN OF BRAINS BEHIND IT
( on eh .11 in r .
THREE SECOND EDGE
FOR HARVARD CREW
Its Time Trial Surpasses Thnt
of Vnie Officially More
on Privatfl Watcli.
YALE'S STOCK HOOSTED
Nkw I.ONPON, Conn., June 19. The
most Intcrtftlng tlm trlnls of the Har
vard and Yale varsity crews were rowed
this morning upstream, Harvard start
ing up the four mile course Just ten
minutes ahead of the rival oarsmen and
beating the Klla' record by three sec
onds. Harvard wtartcd at a thirty-two
stroke and rowed close to that gait
all tht way, having no crew pacing.
Yale made a getaway nt thirty-six
and after a doien strokes settled to
thirty-two and held It to the finish.
At tho third mile flag the Junior var
sity crew paced th6 regulars and kept
with them to the end of the trial. The
conditions were excellent for fast time.
Harvard's otllclal time wan 21 mln
uteH 2 seconds, Yale's, i'l minutes f,
seconds. A watch on 0110 of Harvard's
launches caught Yale's time nt 21 min
utes 9 seconds. Ths unofllrlal times
for the half miles for both crews, abo
caught by a Harvard watch, arc of in
terest. They aie:
Hamml vanity clew lias been a
slight favorite' In New London for the
week among the Petting fraternity, but
the performance to-day lu raised the
Yale stock 11 few points At tot'i camps
II Is conceded the eights ale well
matched ami a rattling good raie Is
looked fur next Triilay afternoon, when
they start up at team at 1 :30 o'clock
At 1 :3o o'clock this afternoon Hur
vmd's varsity eight donned street in
tiimes mid went for a sail on ltoturt 1.
Hcrrlek's power yacht (lyps. I'own the
Thamea a stop was ii'-ale for lunchenn at
the lintel (IrNAold, alter which the
H'lit pr.icecdcii to I'lslu-rs Island,
here tho 11,11 -linn law the blK rTUlis .mil
scirchllghin at Foil II. (S. Wright ami
also spent a couple of houis Inspecting
the foitltlcatlons. Harvntd's seennd var
sity and freshman eights had light prac
tice below tied Top this evening.
Yale's Trirslty ctew did not put In
an appearance on the river this evening.
Coach Nh'kalls allowing the men to
Imiui' around (iiiarter, and rent after
tin ir luinl morning 'ow Coach tllan
nlnl took the se.-oiid varsity crow down
stnaiu a coupli' of miles while Nlckalis
Instiucted the fuhhmen.
An lnterted .spectator in one of
Yales laiiiuhes this evening was tho
veteran Ynlo rowing couch, milt Cook,
who airlwil In camp late this after
noon. (Sen. Nathaniel Hlshop of llrldgo
port also was a visitor.
tiff Harvard's quarters In the launch
John Harvard this evening watching
thn crows were Harold fi. Yunderbllt
and Krel W. Monie, graduate tieas
titer of Harvard athletics, Mr. VHiider
hilt has loaned his racing Hchoonur
yacht Vagrant to the I'rlmwm siiad
for to-morrow and u cruise along the
Hound Is planned. Yale,' wjii.td also
will go sailing to-morrow, the auxlllary
schnnnrr yacht ravaruiia and steam
yacht Hultana being at their disposal.
DEXTER SOUTHERN CHAMPION. !
Ilrfrata Nelson Whitney, 'J Up, In
illl Hole Klnnl.
Atlants, Juno 19. Chnrlesj u DextetJ
Dallas, Tcxub, is the new Southern golf1
He di'tcatcd Nelson Whitney, the title
holder and four times champion, : up
In their thirty-six hole tlnul match to
day. Whitney led the Texntt at the1
end of the flrnt round by 1 up and re.
tallied his ndvantngo until th thirty,
third hole, when Dexter forged ahead. ,
Tho latter was Texas rhnmiiinn. To
days's, however, was his llrst victory In
III1, Foiithcm championship.
Wllllnma hend as Ilnln Cornea.
Wiu.iamhtown, Mass., June 10. With
the. score 4 to n In favor of the home
team the WIUIains.Hutgers baseball
gnme aws Interrupted at the end of three
and two-third Innings by it l,ei,-y
thunder slmwor hero to-day, Ilowen
pitched steady ball for the Vurple, but
Jennings, the nutgeti twlrler. allowed
four hits, Including a triple, nud pnssed
In lilts In Thirteen Innings.
Nkwnan, il.i., Juno ID, .Vabors, a
local pitcher In the Oaorgln-Alalmna
League, established what Is reganled
us a new record In organised baseball by
pitching against th Talliidrga club for
thirteen Innings without giving a hit or
base on taalla. Only forty men faced
iNtvborf, who won bli) ggat, X 4o4 .
ON HIS OWN COURSE
In Kvhibition Match at Upper
Montelair Wilfred lipid
IHO MAKES SCOKE OF 0
.Mo.ntoi.air, N. J June 1 P. Wilfred
Held, the Feavlew professional, played
about all the golf In the exhibition four
ball match at the L'pper Montclalr Coun
try Club to-day. In which, paired with
Max Marston of Haltnsrol, tho New
Jersey champion, he played against hln
brother, Arthur Held, nnd Jerome P.
Travers. Wilfred Held plaed the course
In P. and wfh a little help from Marston
succeeded In beating the 1'pper Mont
clalr professional and the new open
champion by 6 up and 5 to play.
The match wax part of the club's
celebration of the new open champion's
victory, and Travers whllo he playod
good golf did not worty to any appre
ciable extent over tlm outcome. He mid
Marston each iday.d around In 75. and
Arthur Iteld's score was TS. The cards:
Wilfrid Held. Peavlew :
Pn1"'.'.".' 3 1 3 3 4 4 6 1 Zs69
Max Marston. luituirol:
Out.... 41444544 I 3
In. ...i s 4 I 11 3 4-l-7t
Jerume D Traers. Upper Montelair:
Out.... S .1 4 4 : 4 5 8 4 js
In 4 S 4 4 I 3 s : 4 7t
Arthur Held, l'prr Montelair:
?"' " 5 i a J i ; I -Z-S-ti
'nA',dg galley foilow,., the four golfer.
v-.VN-.ct4t, fw.. -a ......... .j. .atJ.-...
and every g..od shot that Jerry Travers
played also earned tho applause of his
In addition to the exhibition match,
the club's regular competitions also were
played. The summary :
Coveriior'e Cup. hVcind Hound E A.
Laws, leat .iflu. s a,,d
K-cond Mateni-I II Cockefal' beat A.
r ArmiiKii..,. 3 and 1. W S McUiughlln
beai J I.iir.l. i: and (. II II AUalr beat ri.
Wood, 3 j,iJ 3. J H, Auchliicluse be it K
K Ea-nti. I and 3.
Thirl .-.utcen-j 11 Klrkaldy won from
C It HMrlnm l,y ilrfault p Carlln bea;
J J Adams ! up 37 hole,
Fourth Hlateen -H Mora beat F t.
Long. and 5. 1.'. II LUton bent A 3
."emple, I and I
OHIO SHOOTERS STILL LEAD.
IVIera Trnm of King. Mills Keeps
1 P l.nrly Iteeorrt.
Wasiii.vhton. June 19. Keeping up
Its exclleut Hhooting the 1'eters Itllli.
mid llevoher Club of Kings Mills. Ohio.
lit the eecond ll.alch of the serien of tell
thlrti-fou, .-lub- in the outdoor small
HfPn MIlllllIW I'lillI II11IIM Ifl la,lll III
Tlie standing of the first ten clubs In
tile second w.ek's match follows:
bore slim-t ratine hhooting cotdests being j,t the beat it, . . t... "',', 'n
.onducted ,y the National Ultle AsK-. " , ""Ul'l was
Hon of America. The IVters club '' ' ',rP botmding drive to
(Inlshed the second weekV shooting with im...i. .1 fl'r ,h' ln,
total of 91a. of which I.-.S wa.. made u-',,!. .u """V. 'h'" " '"" ru"-
at -!o,v Mre and 1ST at rapi.1 tire. The ,,.' !,,'', '' be-an to
1'etein club also holds the highest s.vire. ' n,'''. '" '".'' "'"antlme, how-
l.st'S. for the two matches shot to ,1,n "er. Haird .,!,d m ved up (,, third Then
Peter- KtiU auj Itewilver Club. Kings .i., , i.-i..,,.,' " "'"I'l""1
Mi'la. Hill,,. 5 1 l letcher on the middle '.j
Auburn Itllle Club. 9ST
liiictm I'hlo. Itlne A"-ocatlon, tS4.
M'ttaiike.- Hltlw anil Plrtul C'ub '131
Fremont, uhln. civilian Itlfle flub. 903.
rortomiiii.h Norfolk. Vk , mile C'ub mi.
.MHraschll-Ctts ltlOe ArSiji'lltllotl. 0".
, ton. ',3
I ."t i.tui' Ciiionlai Ki'vnlver Club, tss
I'l'tsbuig Ultle jnd Het nicer Club. MiJ
Kill" nnd HevoHer C'uh of New Vork, :i"
The thre ci,ii, htrh nnlnhe.i imuiiig
the (lr, ten during tlie tlrst peek's shout,
dropped "ova and their plarea were taken
by the Milwaukee. I'oriamouth anrt t-re- I
mm- , ii).. ti, three chilis rtropuliic
;,'n,rne.rr,';,,V''c,,:i!;.',1'r' ,ort lurr,,on
The best indhldual scare nf the ek.
lt'5. Has made to- A. 11. Itothrock of the
IVte-k r:uh, of ahloh 100, the l.n.jlble.
was nia.le nt rapid nre A o N'eluner of
the Ma.achuett llllle Association ijnnle
the highest Individual score at slow
EIGHT REMAIN IN RUNNING.
II Ich motiil Connly C.olfera Piny'
Seconil Hound for Jane Cnp,
The second match round for the June ers down with the s latch h'ts Tes
cup was played yesterday at the Illch-, reau s t two of llnvn. lw balls were)
mond County Country Club and eight hit to tlm otittleld. So cffcctUe w
yolfers now remain In the running. In Harmon that not a (limit reached third
tho ball rnveepstakes, nlso played yenlcr- miring the game (inly threw New York
day, tho leaders were W S Van Cllef, i crs leached second.
&l 15, 76; W. C Lough, fiS S, M, nnd Clarke's Inlleld pla.vert a snappy game,
C. Van Cllef. 114, M. The mutch I especially Halnl and Warner The for
play summaries: mpr tho I'lratc In hittlns. getting
June Can. Second Hound J H Hlnsann I two doul'lcs llisldcs he scored two of
Mat IMward Jones, 3 and C. all "! f
best W S Van Cllef, 3 and 3; II. Wu'se
bent IllU A Weber, fl and 4. .1 I), I.eK
gttt Kat II. .1 fhrher, I up. 13 de l'lniuiiie
b. W W. MageV.-l 'and' s. Charle, K ni
bea, W. Whltlock, 1 up.
tieni v c now era, I up, .M v (ialm s
LAST SOCCER GAME TO-DAY
YonUer nnd llronkln Celtics Will
With to-day's New York State League
t'hnniploilHhlp match at Yonkers between
the Yonkers Kootball Club and tin
Itrooklyn Celtics the soccer season will
come to an end unless another game Is
vepilred to decide a possible tie for the
nd. In case of a Celtic victory thu!l Haimon. ? rinime, yin.-l,)- j;
rooklynltes will retain the champion- rm-s bour and 14 minutes
chip, otherwise Hie Continentals will
still ! In the running.
The Continental made a good hhuwing
tills season, bul were defeated by the
Irish team, many of whom were Urook
lyn Celtic plnyers, In the annual Inter-
BOB HARMON TOO
MUCH FOR GIANTS,
WHO ARESHDT OUT
Defeat in Last flnme of Trip
in West Is hy Seorc
of . to 0.
TKI'T TKSKE.W SITFKHS
KNACK OF HAD INNINGS
I'our guinea were played In tli Njr
tlonnl League yesterday, but no changart
took place. livery first division team
won. The Giants closed their Western
engagements by taking a coat of white
wash from tho I'lrates. The Brooklyn
also were shut out. Thn CnS aa h.
The Phillies In beating the Heds held
them to one run, and the Hravcs, vic
tims of the Cardinals, tallied with the
same profuse frequency. The four los
ers, In short, totalled two runs.
Pittsburg, 4: New Vork, 0.
Chicago, S. Drool I) n, 0.
Philadelphia, I, Cincinnati, 1
St. l.ouK t, llortun, 1.
Detailed Standing of the Club.
5i 7 S 4
3 1 3
Camea lnt . 31 33 2S ?., 3 3 ?a 3;
Ti,.dn' S hediile.
Itronklyn In Chli.igo
Hnion In t. I.ouIk
Philadelphia In Cincinnati
I'm-shcita, June 19. Falling into evil
wajs again the Giants dropped the final
game of the Pirates series and the con
cluding one of the Weetern trip here thi
afternoon before a rather slim S.itui.lay
crowd. Though the weather was Ideal
only nbout S.'joi) fans s.aw Hob Har-
mon paint a neat coat of whitewash
over the New Yorkers. The final score
wns I to u. Tlie victory gave th
. iMttsburgers the series
t. -r..,,, .. .. ,
Jttc Tesreau was the pitcher McRraw
sent to the mound, anil though he was
(touched for only nen hlt well timed
l1rlv,'jn the fourth and sevet.th frames.
af '.''"r-' "n th- btg slab,,,.,,, ,0wn
1 IJ f I M 1 1 ,i Kit I H
The .,, Wr. m, Ki ,
,-.uv the I'lraten enirme. i a h,e steal'
Inir feat Mdilom seen l the big leiicue.
these dss, and opcclully against a,
rateher of C)ir Mee-' abllitv In
the fourth Innine fie ,ore'd two mns
as the lesull of ,ii, Uiulile n.-iU
,' !!;- In,"rv,,r,u-,"v "v
.ignltial the ( htef he w,i not entirely
, ''lame It Is d'HIhtful whetli Uug.
ner or ltalnl -cuilil l,,-i,. .,.reil lvnl
the other liimii.' il.l.li,,,. ..i L
,,i,. j "-hHng been cleiner
, Tesreau was going along ,,t ., nira
cllli tint!' the- fUfi frame Then , I, Inns
began to 1,-e.il, I, ,,1K t hi,., ti, . .
' ,7n . V,. tt, e! , . V, Th" "rst
1 "w.n fo'l'th. ollmv. got a
'"''Kj hit when the I, ,11 'ool; a bad
iiinini, nin went ,,v,., riet.-herM head.
The second lost to re,-,,,- u, i,:1 pr(1j
vented Fletcher from tretiing hi man
' lie WilS ret ail Ifflilv I,, ,.,...
"hei b" sphere hopp. d A .,,r, drive
to right by Halnl which sent Colllna
around to third ma thing, look bad fr
l'' " " . !"' "'"''I ''own l.. I,r, labor
" ''x. " '.''.r, I,1"1" l, " ' ""'lie ,,p.
'.,,.- L .," 1 1 '""ce tro, th
. . l,,t ''lI' '"' h" ,hr''" ""t
"'."7 ''?!!"'. '"' r " the
tv.igncr gol i.Usy with m. ,.e of his f.l-
rui.ir irichs .inn st.uted for 'ceond
At.,erM It,.. ,.t ..e .. , , .. . ..
enoi a Miiori nirow t' Tesreau, who
made a qui. k pe. to li,crt, aiirl'llaird
was for.ed to oariy out Ida pan of th
steal in Ins excitement to nail tlie run
ner nt the i!,,ie I,-,1,,r threw a lulje
, out of range nnd forced Meer tocaich
' '"B" Halnl elld and wac over
the plate before thr Chief could put lh
ball on him
ti,, i,... . , , - .
m,Ht "W netlled JilT. fot
passed lox nd then on, orkeil -
jiitch that put Wagner oe thlid Win-
..d vi..x , A.. , f"r ...,;!;.
' double ideal and again It worked sue.
, cessfu Meyer s throw to Fletcher
.. 1K ;,.lPI I,. ,1,,. ,,.,r ,1 w.i...
, " J, "" ''ter ,i:.d tapner
. ".ill amide time to iraeh the plat
After this liming the Pirates didn't
score again until the ree,,th. when they
chalked up another piir A pjt. to
t'ollltis, f. i'mved by H.ilrd's double and
Hlrchmnn's triple, iiccounted for tho tal
lies The (Hants could do absolutely
nothing ngalnst Harmon, who pitched
a tine LMIIIi1. lllirmull lei the New York.
, Itir runs. The score :
NEW YOUK iN L.i FITTSItrilO , N I,.
,ib h n j r ab Ii n a r
S'gr.iss ef I li 2 n nOirci ( , 3 il I n 0
! J ? V Vl': ,r'.V" I.'' , :
"Jlje .b. J ' J - jl.ml .. 4 .
I li l
1 r, o
. o n
Fletcher t 1 '.' - 1 Wntner.lh I ft 13 1 0
Kcib'soli.ll 0 1 ii ii Vlnx :b . 3 I ' J h
MerUle.lb. 3 1 r. 1 nM't'irthj 3 3 o
Merrsc . . 3 o (t 1 o Clbsnn., i n ; n ft
Tesreau.p 3 5 11 o'll.inuon.p t t 1 3 a
Totals.. 11 C34 7 V TnMI Sl 7 CT 1 1
New York . . n ft ft o fl ft 0 ft ft o
Pittsburg ft e o . a n d
Ilmis-Collins llnird Wanner Two bus
lilts -Doyle, ll.ilnl J Three b.ie bit -lliiu-h
man Stolen baecs Cue). II itrd. Wagner
Viox Double la M.Cnrlhy Vmx nnd
Wagner Firt Inise cm bill- Off Tesreau, t
on n.irnion, , sirnra nut in Tesreau 5
McLean's Suiriiaon Lengthened,
Piwiipwi, June i;i The ten dav
suspension of Lhit McLean expired
tn-dav, but MHtiager Mclrnw nnnounceij
that tie had slapped n new ono of siviv
Jdy-oo-the wlubehavuig Otant catohar.