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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
Dillon Outpoints Moran Before Great Crowd in Open Air Arena Yankees and Dodgers WinGiants Lose Two
LITTLE DILLON TOO
FAST FOR MORAN IN
TEN ROUND BATTLE
rittsburgcr Is Arm Weary
Toward Finish in Bout
20,000 SHE BOUT IN OPEN
AIR A HEN A IN BROOKLYN
Fighting like a young wildcat, Jnek
Dillon, tlic "good Utile man" from In
dianapolis, gale Frank Moran, Ihe, "good
M man" from Pittsburg n sound thrash
In? at Wanhlngton Park, Brooklyn, last
night In a ton round bout that thrilled
10,000 upectntnrs from start to finish.
Dillon, called the "Riant killer." gave
one of the most spectacular exhibitions
of gamencss seen In a New York ring
In years. Msran, thirty-five pounds
heavier and Ave and a half Inches tailor,
pounded his smaller adversary without
mercy In the third round after landing
hl famous plledrlver right. Dillon was
reeling and apparently about to be
Knocked out when the bell saved him.
The brief rest of a minute between
rounds meant a difference of victory and
defeat for Jack Dillon.
When the fourth round began he rushed
from his corner, as In all preceding ones,
landed n hard right to Moran'a face and
overwhelmed the Plttsburger on boxing
points nil the rest of the way.
Moran Is Ontrlasaed.
Plllon. a.t compared to his foe, looked
almost like a lightweight, and the way
he outclassed Moran In ring expertness
brought reminders of l'acky McFurland.
Joe Oann and other great boxers. Moran
wjls .slow nnd so wild In comparison
that Dillon landed fully ten square
punches to every one that connected
olldly with him.
Moran depended almost entirely on
his stout right arm. Dillon, knolng
this, varied from his usual fighting po
wltlon by Inclining his body a bit sdc
ways at alnwHt all times so that he
wss out of range of the plledrlver.
The Tectacular way In which Dillon
showed his superiority In the llrst two
rounds made the crowd totally unpre
pared for Moran'a big bid In the third.
It was hero that the Plttsburger first
i i ..ii, i.. i.j
the dav for him. Calling on his lm- '
mense strength., he forced Dillon by I
fhecr weight back to the ropes. Steady. ,
Ing himself, he drove In his rlpht with
all the power at his command, ripped It .
II UHitlll, IlfStllll IUIU IlKillllt I1C
wttUnil lllllnn ivnn n.iN iiimn! nil? I
on his feet.
Dillon Saxes lllmseir by rllnrhliiK.
The lltle man clinched to save him-
sen ; .nc rc.eree pr en inem a pan ana ,
once more Moran literally pushed his
adversary clear across the ring. He
Jammed Dillon out of the ropes again,
and continued to beat In with the same
mm ii, lie.. . 1,-rr ...... piriii, in P"rr
In the blows llt .Moran lacked the ac
curacy to land on n "l';.l spot.
(Suddenly Dillon lashed out with both
hands to Moran's fnre, but h left him
self wide open nnd a crashing right
hander, more nrtlve than the others,
knocked him Into a reclining position
on the ropes
hung there n
In Moran's corner He
mnmcm as me reieree
seemed preparing to count him out. but
Instead of falling to the floor his head
cleared, he stood erect and chased Moran
to the middle of the ring with what Ut
ile strength remained. The bell was a
most welcome sound lo him at that In
stant. After recovering Dillon was content to
outpoint Moran by a fair sized margin
In the fourth round, In the fifth he was
himself H'JuIn, at Ills ery best, and the
trouncing he gave big Moinn In that ses
sion win as bad as he had taken shortly
before. A volley of overarm rights were
(danted squarely In -Moran'a face, draw
ing the III st blood of the tight. Dillon
kept right on top of him, clashing out
with both hands. Moran was daied and
the crowd was yelling for a Imymnker
by Dillon. The bell was welcomed by
the Plttsburger this trip.
There was no early stampede for seats
except a wild rush at 7 o'clock, when
the t2 bleacher gates were thrown open.
Two or three hundred outdoor gallery
gods wero ready to snatch places of
vantage. The;, went through the gate
fast as tur'istlies could click. It took
About Ave minims ;o get them all Inside.
When they saw i ow much room awaited
them there was many a In ugh over the
useless haste nnd watchful waiting.
. The great bulk of the throng came
fin late. It came smoothly and gradually
In twos, threes, flv.;s and a few parties
of a dozen or more, with less stir nnd
fuss than a noonday crowd parade along
Urnnil tvi. V. Prtllfe arrnninninln w...
'admirable and plenty of experienced
ushers did duty, obviating alt possibility
'of confusion. When the tlrst preliminary
I was put on nt S;30 there were 8,000
In the grand stand and bleachers, while
the ringside seats and boxes rontained
only a smattcilng of fans here and there.
The majority of the close up ticket hold
ers waited until shortly before ring
time for the big bout.
Nobody seemed to care about anything
but Frank Moran and Jack Dillon. The
latter was rtgarded .is a 6 to 5 favorite
In convcis.iliini, but the map who saw
somebody nul.o a real cash wager has
not been il .seoverid yet. It was talked
around th.it Matt Hinkel, president of
the Amerle.i'i liming Association, refused
to accept p.iy for rcfereelng the main
battle. Hinkel cnntlnned this nnd added
that ho paid Ills own expenses here from
Cleveland. He did not need the money,
lie explained, and acted entirely for
Hport's sake. Hilly Koche was the third
man In the r,ig during the preliminaries.
He refused o bo Interviewed upon ethical
questions in connection with Hlnkei's
Aelliin In Flral Houls.
Lively iutlo'i marked the first two
bouts of four r.iundM ear l In which
8allor Prank Skies diew with Willie
Hhea nnd .Mickey Delmont outpointed
Jack Tracy llaim Harris then tackled
Hilly Irish in o f 'lieduled six rounder,
nut Irish ended It In the tlrst minute
with a right hand punch lo the Jaw. It
was a clean knockout. The second six
round bout netted a victory on iiolnta
for Krnnkle Wilson over Papa Monte.
Ily tho tlm these lesser diversions
were ended most of the crowd had ar
rived, with perhaps 10,000 within the
big arena Here and there well up
front could bn noticed familiar faces.
Tex Itlckard, who promoted the Jess
Wlllard-Mnran rnutit.t in Madison
riquarn Harden lost spring, sat In a
rlngfldn box, Nejir bv was a hew of
tugo folk Including Joe Wilier, Kddle
'Jeonnrd. Onrae M Cohan, Hum Harris
,nd Louis m,,i, .,n Mr;,llt manager
cif the I indies, vim Just iiutHiiln the
I press m tmn ('hrls Hiiltnn, v.tt Mnran
I Jim Corbell, Joe Humphries, Hill Urnwn
'Jack Skille.- and John Miilraw were
lttier nnf'bles In the erowil,
k At ' ' a hundsed women wrr, ,,,.
1 enough l i be, t,g to brill the .thud of
tfclowH. Lli I Hanjinore nrtJ. ,n, )rr
ligsbanJ, liusnii con, ,.,, r,llp Tiiw
Inr's eccoll was In r si.ouve .1 n,lriiJ..,
SUnUcrt. They und mp't of I he other
I INDIANA BATTLER, WHO EARNED DECISION
OVER FRANK MORAN.
It AC IX
fair ones were dr5?d a If for a lawn
It made a picturesque ensemble when
"R.?-:.,'. s f.v,
everybody eettled down for the Inter- brand new eight ounie gloves, occupied
estlng part of the programme. Fifteen , the enclosure while the crowd waited for
big carbon arc lights made the ring n I the appearance of the fighters,
centre of brightness In the midst of the During the delay Announcer Peter
surrounding black Little Incandescents I Prunty gae out the ringside weights,
marking the exits were nil that served , Dillon 169 pounds and Moran 204 14 with
to break the datkness In the stands, cut costume, giving the latter an ndvnr-
One with 11 good eye who surveyed the ;
surroundings of the old ball park could
Fp ever' window In the tenements on
'' Mrfvt ',ac,0 1 10 lne unnKrr C"in'-
"eyond the left f em fence was a nuge
;,op J..r "L"
. . i . .1 1 a rtl
houe roof and n long shed next to It I
1 were loaded to capacity.
llatlel fnr F.nlhasliisni.
The first outlet for the sphit
rvalr. , ,p Moran an(1 D1on rampS
. tnc 8(.ml.nni bout. In which (Sus
C,T of Milwaukee. Dillon's bend
mPt the Zulu Kid of Ilrooklyn.
Moran chlPf sparr,lfr partner. They
... . .. ,. ,pn roun(l,,. ! , both
In dead earnest. Christie h id the better
of It. thereby giving the Dillon cimp
Ten o'clock, the promised hour for thJ
main hostilities to begin, hnd passed be.
fore either Moran or Dillon got Into
ll.e rlni- When the semi. final was over
t 10 :20 two nhotocranhers climbed into
HOW THE BIG AND LITTLE
MEN FOUGHT BY ROUNDS
Dillon came out with a rush, leading
with left and right, but Moran got In
side the blows. They sparred a bit,
Moran landing a straight left to the
face. Jack rushed Frank, trying with
his overhand right, but Frank blocked
and laughed heartily Jack a moment
later brushed Frank's chin with a right
hook nnd planted : solid left to the
ear. The Plttsburger answered with
his famous Mary Ann. but the Giant
Killer saw It coming In time to pull
away. Dillon hammered Frank's body
with both hunds nt the end of the round,
which lie carried hy a good margin
They fought, at ciose range coming
out for the second, The peculiar style
of the (Slant Killer bad Moran a bit
flustered, for Jack laid his head on
Frank's breast and peppered away with
both hands to the body. Frank tried to
keep olT His rushing antagonist with a
straight left, meanwhile setting for the
keep off his rushing antagonist with a
ri(ii. inrw umcs era iK .uu i-.i.inr.i
wnn ms mom rcimuie m m, ..ui 1 one 01
the shots found the point.
Dillon a round by a shade.
Dillon f'omra Itlidil Hack.
As they came together In the third
Frank connected prettily with a right
to the Jaw that shook Dillon to his
toes. Dillon retaliated with a light left
that brushed Frank's face. The Pitts
burg fighter then faced Dillon In a
neutral comer. Again he connected
solidly with the right. Jack sagged at
the knees. Moran sprang lu, shower
ing Dillon's head nnd face with well
placed rights. It looked as if Dillon
surely would go down, but he wcatheted
the gale hy falling back on his favorite
This respite revived the Indianapolis
Ivplioon speedily, so speedily. Indeed,
that when .lack rushed he caught Frahlt
unaware and whipped a tnttiu of blows
to Moran's body without a return. Tills
rally, however, could not offset Frank's
earlier lead for llie round.
Moran l Wild In Fourth.
Frank had the better of the early
pint of the fourth, but Jack squared it
jtist before the bell with a hard left
hook to the Jaw that spun Moran half
way across the ring. Moran was trying
f' r a knockout, but Dillon li.nl the right
of his antagonist pretty well gauged,
lack did some very clever blocking.
Moran was very wild In this round.
Dillon gave Moran a terrific lacing
In the fifth round and sent the tow
Leaded boy from the Smoky City to his
coiner covered with blood, This dam
ai;e the little wildcat Indicted at close
fU;irters, Moran was wild with his
lends, while union was as sure as
death, especially hi nt close ipiarter.
He kept peppering Flanks face and Jaw
with uppercutH at close quartern. Hvery
time one landed It shot Frank's head
Lack on his slioulderhlndes.
Dillon kept working to the body nt
long range, a sort of attack that took
the cool and confidential smile off
Mornn's bleeding lips.
IHIIon Hhlfty In Slilh.
Thiough the sixth Dillon continued
tills most tantalizing attack F.vldentty
bent on preventing Moran from setting,
he kept dancing alsiul for his openings.
He was so shifty that Frank appeared
bewildered at times.
Compared to what had gone before
the seventh was rather tame. There was
altogether Inn much wteslllng, Moran
realized It was up In him tn land a
knockoul For almost a tulnuln while
l hey were locked Frank tried valiantly
enough, but Utile .lack let his head
rock Willi the blows' and suffered little
h, ii in (Ine powerful tight fioiti Flunk
did make .1 id. clinch and rling
Moran teemed lu have lout vumi of Ills
the roped square prepared to shoot
the principals. Various supernumeraries,
Including an official bearing a pair of
tage of thirty-nve and on-half pounds,
As time flew by It was hinted about that
the boxens' managers were arguing about
m".v. alter a qui. pencil tnat seeme.i
? ."""T11 T,My. tovrtern minutes
Dillon left the dressing room and began
to make his way through the long aisles
nt 10:30. There was only a mild sort
of a cheer for him. Sam Marhurger, his
n anager. ncted us his chief second aided
l y Joe Cox. Ous Christie and nar.'y
Hal ole When Moras Appears.
Ileal noLe greeted Moran when ll.e
hlg Plttsburger cllmlied Into the ring
three minutes later, Willie Lewis was
the head mm in his corner. Others were
Dan Wiishingtnn. a big black masseur,
and Prank Kendall,
Announcer IVunty read a telegram
from Fied Fulton, challenging the win
ner, and Chaille Welnert Issued 1 verbal
defl when he was Introduced. The ap
pearance of Kefrree Matt Hinkel from
Cleveland provoked a rlpp e of app :iue
confined to cl.llmlnc
connneu 10 clapping,
slfam before the eighth round ended.
He was contented to wait for an open
Ing for the right, but that opening sel
dnm came. Jack had solved Frank's
Mary Ann. It rained harmlessly on little
Dillon's shoulder or missed altogether.
Dillon wis fiirnlshlnE- Hie thrill, hv bin
union was nirnisiiing ine inruis d 111s
Dillon maintained Ills advantage, lu
fnct Increase. it through the ninth.
Moran was so slow In his leads he I
looked lo be arm weary. In the tenth '
Moran showed a brelf flash when be
lushed Dillon to the ropes and pep
pered him with half a dozen rights.
None of these landed on the "button.''
Most of them found the crown of Dillon's
IScfore the session ended little Jack
more than made up for this slight in
convenience. He wns peppering Mornn'n
1 bruised mouth and discolored eyes when
tlle nnal bell rang. Moran was so mor -
tilled nt his sorry showing that ho re-
fu!(Prt to phn nillon'si hand as they
)(,ft tne rllKi
WHAT THE SCHOLASTIC
ATHLETES ARE DOING
Kd Sisklnd again will coach the High
Stehnnl r.f fotnmeren fi.ntl.ll ,n. ..... t
oil I.'.-.... .'.,.ill.. ......
tail. I null. v.llllli. It ....llll.lll ..III! .nun"
i. ei. ...... ....
sctuad . ouf recentiy for s g practice
.. I IUUI...KM. . .. ii nicninu i.ii.i lliei
and nlso mud arrangements for early'
fall practice at Ixnox Oval Manager
Mueller has arranged the following
September Z. Mount X'ernnn at Mount
Vernon: Oilnl.er 7. Ilojs lllgli ut ll.iys
lllrhi Detnl.er 11'. I'nlv Pren ut (nnimeree:
i (leioher 21. .stuyvesmit at xtuyventnt. (e.
t"l.er : Fltisliliig at Flimliliig, Not ember
Ve.v litre, lit Ml Went Pi.,1 ll.'.tl V.
I'mbd is, ISasi Orange nt Kast Oianej
Six members of the Townsend Han is
nine batted over the .300 mark accord
ing to the ofllclal averages. Hochmau,
who played lu centre field, led with ,3G8.
Capt. Testa nnd Joe Campbell tied for
second with ,3.13. Miller averaged .3ir;
Median, ,304, and Lester, ,301.
Morris has chosen Its manager and
assistant for the football team, lllood
Held received tho former honor and Wis
Perelman will assist him,
BRAZILIANS HOLD SHOWS.
(ioiiil Diiir Are llreoinliiK More
I'oiiulnr In Month Amerlen,
Many local fanciers are In receipt of
lettnrs from Itlo lie Janeiro asking for
particulars mid prices for good show
ilius of various breeds, Last summer a
prominent lirnzlllun sportsman visiting
New York jiurclmsed a number of dogs
of various bteeds to tako back home with
him, mid this man writes that the ins
have thrived well In that climate and
Hint tile city of Itlo Is to be n centre
fnr dog shows nnd dug fiuu'lern in the
He writes that while they do not Mags
their shows on Ihe same elabointv scilft
that Americans do they am fast bei-oni.
Ing educated to Hie Hit., points of highly
bred dogs nnd are taking n serious and
ni tlve Interest In liieedliig Ihe dogs that
have been Imported. Ilefiue the war
llie Ill ar.il i;i ii fnni'lcie. obtained tbnlr dogs
from I;ip;IhihI him I'.utnpcan I'nuntrles,
bin now llie) are turning lu Aineilui for
DAVENPORT BLANKS CLEVELAND
Poor Work In Field hy Speaker and
tlnth Aid llrown".
Cleveland, Ohio, June 29. Daicnport
was a trifle too much for the Indians In
the first game with St. Louis to-day and
Cleveland went down to a 7 to 0 defeat.
Poor work In the field by Speaker, ltoth,
Clandll and Chapman ran the Drowns'
run total up. Hpcaker was charged with
two errors on muffed flies, Iloth fumbled
a grounder nnd while Chapman and dan
dll are not charged with errors In the
box score, they were responsible for
runs. Davenport allowed only four hits
and was never In trouble. The score :
ST. LOUIS (A. L I I CLEVELAND (A, I. )
lb r h n a el abrhpar
Sholfon.lf.. 6 : 2 1 flO'liratier.lL . 40 1 1 10
Auitln.Sb... f. I 1 9 3 o Chapman. m. I (1 0 7 .in
Tobln.rf..,. f. 1 I 0 ooispraker.cl. 40 t 0 OS
Sliler.lb..., 4 1212 OOlUnlh.r! ., .. 4 0 0 1 II
Pratt. Sb.... 212 2 4 o.dandtl.lb , 300 no
Marsam.cf. 4 1 n .1 ooilfowurd.Sb.. 2 0 0 2 1 0
l.Hvatl.M... 4 0 2 I 1 o Kvans 3b . . 20 0 2 2 0
Severcld.e.. 4 0 !, J I o.Vainby.3b.. 1 00 0 no
Uarenp'rl.p 4 1 a I I 0iO'Nill,e. .. 20 0 5 0
. 'Smith . . 10 10 00
Toll...J77 14 27 10 0, Illumine.. 000 0 1 0
ll.nml'mUU.p 20 1 0 to
itllatbr.. .. 1 00 0 00
Kleifir.p ..ooo o 0 0
I Totnln. ..Vt 0 4 27 15 3
Balled Mr O'Neill In the eithlh Innlnx.
,1 Hatted for Loudermllk In the elhth tn-1
St lula OO02J0O0 2-7
Clereland A0000000 00
To base hltn Siller. 2: Pratt. 2: Shotfon
Stolen bates Pratt, 2: Speaker First bae
on balls-Off Ijudermllk. 2; off Davenport. 1
Struck oul-Ilr Loiidermllk. ! br Davennort.
i - - -
' . Wild nltth Klenfer I'laaeii halllevrrlil
i umpire in ctilel Oineen
i HUSTLERS SHUT OUT
TRNNRY'S TNDT ANS
IJjlllllil J lllllnllU
Kirinnyer. Alllioiiffli Hit Free
ly. Proves Invincible in
t lie Pinches.
Xenlerda.. ' Kesults.
Ko.hfslrr t! N'ea.irk. (I
ITOii.lfiire, I, 1 1 n 11 a 1 o . ,1 iten limmr-'
Baltimore, t, Montreal :
Mantling of the ( lul.s
W I, 1C
I'rnviilMic 55 is wMNark
naltlmnie .h 'M Tornnlo
Rlehmoml : .; KO.Itn. helrr
Koehfstrr In Xe.irk
Hilffalo In IV01 HlflK-e
nichmnnd In Daltimoie
Newark. June Tommy Leach and
his Hustlers got sweet revenge on the
inoians to-day. winning bv n score of
7 to o. li w.i onie icirmnver'. eunnini -
j wt, men on the paths that accounted
for the hhutout Once more Manager
Sjntsn.,-,! (I... r . . u ,. ,.I.,,.K
hitter, but succeeded only In spoiling his
i l.oon nvernee. h.ilonn!,, t tJ...ei,
Duke Karrell. the Yankee scout, was a
I spectator nt part of the game from Pi es
iruifLirnr nr n-tt-i nr in.i rtinm rrum i i- u .
unt Price's box
lie did not remain to
nil nt n, i,,i,, r n... .,i.
, He broucht with hTin Call Jenkins, the
rormer Lnlon College twlrler. who Is to
I be tried out by Newark There also was
anoiner new pitcner on the locals Pencil,
1 a youngster named It. F Wilkinson from
Allentown. Thev will be cen a . Innee
to show what they can do. as the Indians
have double headers with P.o Idence
both Saturday nnd Sunday The score
ah r h p a e
ab r b p a e ;
Cble.:b.... 4 0 0 2 :i Leach cf
lnirgln.lb. 40 110 I 0 McAuIry.s.
Milan. II. 1 0 ; 3 10 nm r(
Wllter.rt 4 03 .' no Jaenhsen If
i n 0 : .0
' 1 I t
uanan.in.ei 3 0 1 .' 00 iiniiir.ib
1 ?'mmo n-3b !'n 1 S0'ehn..h
llealey ss 3 00 1 T 1 H.-:itt-.3h
I S-hert,e .401 : llnie.-
I j 1 0 n
40; 1 in
110 0 V 0
y t lit; 11 1
n 0 0 11 1 e Kirmarrr.P
.1 1. 1 11 1
loo 0 00 Totals
Ilaltril tor Schaelil In the ninth mnlnt
Newark. n 0 n n 0 n n 0 0 n
Rochester .3101 0 00 ' ;
Sacrifice hit Sislm Sacriflee fly Sithn
Stolen baseHealey Sloan Two base hits
- Milan, Dur.'ln. sign Tliree base hit
Jacobsen Kirst hj.e on balls-Off Kir
niayer. : strueU om -Hy ivh, ; by
ciiacni. ; ny i.irniarrr. 1 lilts ujl nen
1 r 1,1 two inning.. n sehseht. .111 .even
"ninr 1'Olinie t.iavs sioan. Male am Sir-
.. n0ik. McAnirv ami lioike K.r.i h...
rrrors-Rn,he.irr. . UU on base.-
, Newark, 8: Rochester T Umpire in .liiel-
Keenan ield iinipire-flransneld Time
1 hour and 3.i minutes
FRENCH BULLDOGS OF
(rout, fl-nfl of Ymiiiirlnr Id.
1 m" ''') 01 ' ""npUOl ,N Hi'-
;j inir HriMiylif Out in I'liis
The last six months have leti eient
ful ones In the French bulldog fancy,
fnr during that period mote good young
dogs have been brought out than usually
. yeatS. HllllllL- till. I'll.-, si.eelf.1t.. .1..,,..
... . .. .. """"
of I ho French Hull, In rr il,,i. r ..i..
I much comment was caused by the ,,or
. " " ...m-ii,,
,,u"'" "" .""ingsiers on eMiihitlou
nmi f.ii.,.inru ., - . !,...
der to keep the breed' prominently U-'.
fore Ihe nubile ,.,,. ....... i,i...i ....:. i.
i, ought out
by"r , Viui; Mttr
seen than ever hefoie In the history of
Ihe boiiledogtii. Frnncals. At least a
dozen spec mens ciiine mil thai ....r .,r
chaniplons.hlp ralilire anil the cause
ine rrencine ai once experienced a re
vlval In Interest. At u-cenl shows the
entiy In that variety has been good und
to-day theie are a number of dogs
vying for a championship that ate so
evenly matched in quality that they
mako Interesting competition
Not only have metropolitan fanciers
been successful In producing some won
derful puppies but the New Fnglandepa
hnvo kept their end up. In New York
nnd vicinity Champion (Sainlns Hlval
stands out lis the sire par excellence. His
progeny have made a rein.irkabln record
and It Is freely predicted that he will go
down lu hlstoiy as llie site of mote
champions than any other dog of this
breed, not excepting that great ring, tho
lale Champion Nellcnti. (Suniln
In New Knglnnri Champion Parsque Is
doing his share and Is making u great
liamo iih Die prod hot of puppies with
wonderful bends. Young's Hugo nlso Is
siring great pups, while sons, of his are
proving potential factors in tin. fancy.
The promise of some of the puppies
seen this "prlng nusurs continued In
terest in the breed, for scleral fancier
havn exceptional whelps, which they are
rearing with great cine, Healthy com
petition Is what makes or breaks n
breed and Iheie Is nothing so stimulating
to a fancy as unccrr.ilnty With the
evenness of qu.illlj seen In some of the
dogs now being shown no one has a sure
thing It Is up one day and down the
next, according lo tho tastes of the vail
ous Judges, This condition Is prut Ing a
great boon (or the hrei and coining
shows will see even larger entries In
thee classes than eier before,
Virginia lraiue llrsiilt.
Nnrfnlk, Si ll.'k innlllll 3
Piirl.lltiilllit, I, llnpelicll, 3
I'eti ruliiiri, 4, New purl Ne, 3,
BRAVES EASY AS PIE
FOR SHERROD SMITH
Southpaw Allows Only Four
Hits Nchf Forces Dodgers'
Winning Bun Home.
FINAL SCORE IS 2 TO 1
Hoston. June :9. Sherrod Smith had
the Ilraves panting for breath this after
noon, the Dodgers winning their sec
ond straight game by 2 to 1, The bet
Hoston could do In the way of hitting
was three singles and a double, the lat
ter sending In Kltzpatrlck with the lone
tally. SVhf not hit hard. I'lvo of
Urooklyn's safeties were Infleld affairs
and at least two of them were open to
argument as to whether or not there had
been faultless fielding.
During the early Innings the Hrave
and many spectators found much fault
with Hank O'Day's Idea of what con
stituted a ball and what a strike. Finally,
after a lot of noise. President Haughton
0f t his box nnd Wfnt upon the field.
where he had a short tallt with Man-
1 ager Stalling. Then Haughton took a
seat behind the plate, nhere he could
match his Judgment with O'DayV. Hank
dusted the plat with grp.it fieuurncy
"" "-mr,.Vtl,,vn rthcoamrr;n
the opening Inning Johnston led off with
' j. line double to centre. Daubert bunted
land Johnston was safe at third when
Nehf threw t Smith. Stengel fanned,
When Wheat hit a roller to Kvers the
latter made a poor throw to the plate,
In lloston's half with two out Fltz
Patrick drew a pass and stole, Mngee
hit the score board In centre Held, send
ing Fltz home, and wis out himejf try
ing to coneri the drive Into a triple.
Dauber, opened the third with a single
10 centfe. Stengel s fat shot was picked
i, ,., ..,,,.. .... n,i ,m. i.ut the lntter
. i i.i n n.n.
oiild not recover hN bilnnce In tune
for a perfect throw to first. Kvers Jug
, gled ti slow bounder by Stengel which
W I, PC 'was officially scored as a hit, filling the
" "I bases. Mnwrey fouled to Smith. Abase
on balls to rutsbaw forceil nauneri
; , .,.. ...1 ...... ti,
i home with Hie winning run The score.
' tlltOOKI.VN iS I. I105TON X 1.
ab r h p a e ab r b p a e
.Inbnston el S I : 1 1 0 Mar sille.ss 4 0 1 4 3 t
luutsTt.lb 3i:in nOKver.:b 3 00 n n
Istensrlrf 401 I 0 KIKpa'fk.rf 3t0 0 On
1 V,;. LX;ko,Tchy.lb 3 o o in no
i rui.iiaw.ib a o l l I o Snilih.ab . 3 0 5 : :o
i oison.si. .too a o ?no.ir .n .."
3 n (I
. Meiers c inn
n d Trscrsr,e 3 0 0 :. 2 n
401 o :'Niii.p :o n r, o
. riour ion ii en
31 : 9 2J 10 0 llUKhei p 0 0 0 3 0 0
i . , , hJ".Vhih Innlnc ' "'
1 ,na"l " J'1'' ln lh' eithlh inninr
, !!?H,'n X J i, n n o o
f n I.. hit.. Inhnstnn. Matee. Stolen
(.....-Iiaulxrl Kitipatrick Sairtflit. hits
n'..,ir v,.r. n.mi.ie nim. Smith. Tra
'J "-r 'd Konr-ujiv Xrf. MBra.ivtn ami
i ,,, 3 Virst b.ie on balls-Off Smith. 1. oft
hf. r. oil Hushes. 1. struck out Hr Smllb.
. nr eni. 1. uj numr-. 1 "-
- y,l!'J''i umpire-r.ason nmr-i nuur
' " " "
tTWVU'Q 1TT.V WTNS FOR flliUS
, TIHKLK S) HlWlIft 1UJI tUJ.
Zimmerman i-nrrs llerlillng Han
fer II U laugkl.
ST. Lil'is. June S'i Manager Tinker."
. ,pHHp. rtv In the elcbtb Innlnir beat
r!i3 1 liii the Cardinals by 11 score of .1 to 2 10
'. i. , 1 ' ,1-iv The Cull, tallied In the firt round
on a clean steal or Home ny .einer 1 lie
,.,-.l,.,.,l. ...,.. l.nel.- ,.. llie .Ktli with
. ...u...-. ............ -- -
The lean neiu uu ine
PIsher and '.Immerman
Tinker, pinch hitting fori
Packard, sent a Ion
ll to centre and
after the oaten
From then on Hendrlx held the Car
dinals safe The score:
riiiCAiin .x 1.1 sT i.ori i.n 1
nb r h p .1 e
Xei,ler:h 3 1 n n 11. r.etrei;h
ab r h p i e
:. n ; : in
., o I 3 0 0 1
no; i in
3 0 0 . 0 0'
Zwillltlg.ef 400 ; nil lle.elier.lf
Mann rf 4 no 3 n 1 Ixnu rf
Selllllle.lf 30 1 1 no Mlller.lb
Kitdle.;b 311" ; 1 iioriisnr.ju
tin i on I
;on l oo I
til n n o
inn i n n
:i n : .in
mi l in'
Hon n v o
n n i n no'
I (i n n on
3 II I II n n r-nllin ei
3 1; -(i.tllutlrr
MiiUm.iii.ss ;o 1 1 J t Wil.nii.ef
Zim'ennait 1110 nnMijil.r.e
Hetulrix.p. oon 0 I 0 Cnihan.-s
'.lekanl.P :on 1) 3oSleele.ii,
Tinkers. ..no 0 ; 0 Meadow t
- - itl.mrale.
Totals : 3 13 .1
nailed for Mulligan In the eislilh Inninj
.11..,,.., fi.r ttml.K in llin .ITlll 1 .1 111 I IX
tllatte.1 fnr Meadows 111 the ninth itmttu
hleago innnnnn; n .t
St l.oiiis nonnnino o-:
Three base hits Mulligan, Fischer 7.immer
'nun pontile nlays- Snjiler. Ileirel and Sny.
iler: Snnler ami Cnrh in First ha-e on nans
Off sieele. : Struck nut- Py I'scUaM, r.: ny
Steele. 4. by llen.lrlx 5 Saentlee lull
Tinker I.nny. Snj.ler Slnlen base-euler
lilt li- pltelieil ball Miller Ilalk Steele,
I mpire In chief Klem Field umpire -Kmslle
Time I hour and minute.
TO HOLD REGATTA" IN WEST.
I XI Us Detroit Will liaise to Ural .Miss
I Minneapolis nt SI. Paul.
r M c.l. . Ul.iiMi ni
The first of the big power boat re.
gattas of ibis season
will be tint of
II"" .MISSIS'IIMH . .llie. i nun .."..i ,.e-
... 1 I ....II... 1...... 11. .n ... I
SOCiniin!!, M IIH Il .. Ill fe ii-iu ..nr ;r,,i
aul, .Inly I, S nnd 6 The event
. h. ...n h annua ri-ga n, , ,e a .
event of a week or water rariuxai.
. The race meet opens Tuesday, .luly 4.
'and the rnre ciiininillee of the Missis-
Itdppl Valley Association Is now working
v ,ll,'h ,ni" 'nr ('lmllp,g
''"I'- attained a spied in oxer fifty -
' four miles an Hour I nts nniii win nave
nf'as rlvl1 Ml Minneapolis, financed
1 and raced
by Ihe Minneapolis Athletic
Til U I h AHIIIIN I 1. 1 INI INI.HNII
iinv.. - -
PiMTer Ynohls Mail Finish IVIlhln
Forly-elaht llnnr l.hnll.
The vnent unnng Assocmuon or
jammia liny .Mil in...' " i'r mi ui.iin-,
Inp power yachts on July 2. .1 and 4.,
Tho course will be around Long Island,
550 nautical miles. The start will bo i
mailt from off the llelln Harbor Vncht
Club at Hockaway llenih nt 2 P. M.
Thero will bo six classes and a tlmo
( limit of rmty-rlght houis Is placed on
This contest bfor ynchls omt '"Vrhty
flve feet and no'sw'xceedlng fifty feet
over all length, and the classes are
Clnss A, all over flftV rating; Class II,
forty tn fifty intlng; Class C. thlrtv-twn
to forty rating, Hunting rnbin cruisers.
Clnss D, over fifty rating: Class I",
fotty to tlfly rating: Class F, thirty-two
tn forty rating. The course will he to
Ihe westward, first passing up New York
Harbor, through the Kast Itlver Into the
Sound, through lllock Island Sound In
Mnntauk Point and llieu along Ihe Long
Island roast lo the finish.
American Assorlallon llesulls,
Kansas ('111, 4V Mlliueii polls,
I'lileiln, V, Lnillsvllle. 1
llnlhlllllpnlls. lii Cnllllllluls, 4.
Mllnaukre, 9. SI. I'nill,
soul hern la(iie Ke.iilt..
Mlanlu. 3. Memphis, s.
Nashville, .'. Nei. Ilrle.lll. I
(Ml ill llioega, 7. Mnlille 4
IIIiiiiIiikIiiiiii 3 Little Itn.k, "
I.IASTM lii-dst n lib
Adni, Si. - Mr,
j o i' M FiiId (.Irnunds.
TO CHAMPION PHILLIES
Pat Moran's Tribe Wallop McGraw's Pitchers All Over
the Field, and Win by Scores of
4 to 0 and 5 to 2.
Pat Moran' (.hamp.ons fell upon Mc
O raw's OlantA like a ton of brick In
yesterday's double header at the Polo
Grounds. Kppa Itlxey, the southpaw,
took the measure of Fred Anderson by
4 to In the opener and the
undent Hnd honorable Chippewa chief,
Alfred Heniler, resurrected himself In
the thawing rays of the hot midsummer
sun and beat u flock of Mic's lesser i
pitching lights Poll Perrltt, nube
Schauer and Ferd Schupp In the closing
engagement by a score of S to 2, i
Mender did not pitch as well as Rlxey.
Yet he pitched Just about 100 per cent,
better than Perrltt, Schauer and Schupp
Somehow It seemed In Keeping with
the ad chain of fatalities that have at
tended the home struggles of the ("Slants
that McUraw picked the toughest pos
sible spot for his most consistent
twlrler. Fred Anderson. New York !nt
absolutely no cncourag4Jient fo this
spltbalt vxpeit The team couldn't get
even a tun. The (Hants got ttto rur.B
oft the Chief A tank error by U.in-
.rort w.is i lrectiy reponsiijie ror tn
ursi. a who piuii j rr.isi.ni u. -
langeil for tlio otlier one.
Against the (Slant Hlxey showed by
far Ills best game of the year. It Is
significant that only three batters faced
him In each of the nine Innings. Itlxey's
control was perfect, lie didn't p.iM a
m.n and he didn't hit one. Only twenty,
seven batters faced the collegian from
Dixieland. New York got only four hits
off i:ppa and they were widely scat
. tered. P.obertson beat a slow tap to
I llancroft with u.n out In the first In-
.. t! .1. .1.
- . ".-
third ami ninth respectively
ind 011 every occasion the hit was fol -
lowed bv a double lav
In the" second 'inning Doyle a, 1
caught stealing as Fletcher struck out.
Th,e count was thrie und two on Arthur.
.0 ih.it the cantaln simnlv had to go for'
general protection. K.irlden was unfor -
tuiute erough to spoil McKeehnle s cle.iM
singles In the thlnl -lid ninth i:i;h
lime ne -appeu suaip y ;o l ie iiox .inn
each time the rangy P.lxry telescoped for
high hoppers nnd started double play s
bv wav of Bancioft to Luderus. Prom
1.. f.i.i, .milt ih niml. ra (Ham iv
the fourth until the ninth no Ulant saw
Not only did the (Slants fn.l tn lend
. ... n.l.n.. I..W I.
any enroiir..Beiiiuiii i.i imn -..,. ..u. ..
seemed thev took occasion to dlcour-
age him. Luderus scratched a single
to Dovie starting the second tound.
&nW&X'Jl a horrible error
on Whltted s sharp single. The drive
rolled through llennx- nnd away to the
r.ne Uefr.re It eniibl be rftrleed Lu -
deru. hid lumbled home and Whltted
was perched on tuir.i. nmeo scoreu
while Dovie was t.xrowlng out Il.ineroft
(Seorgle Hums made a cosily muff on
Cravath. first up In the fourth. The
easy Hy carried so high that the low
g.tlted Oavx'y reached second. Luderus
sacrificed and Whltted "squeezed in the
run with a bunt hit lo McKechnle's yard.
Another "squeeze" play landed Phila
delphia's final score in the ninth. Lu
derus, in the midt of a batting frenzy,
opened this l.it sectinn with n double
down the right line. Whltted sacrificed
nnd llancroft walked. It was Kllllfer's
built to McKeehnle. with the "squeeie"
sign out. that gave the counter
V rrazv rhuck on the part of llancroft
- ". v...'. v..-., ff . M. run leml In
prm ...... -..
... !irt Inn ng of the seeomi gain".
nennv Kauff nicked Chief llender for t
-inan'blow to right with one down. Hob-
rrROn MnB,P(, to .f, itancroft gath-
rrr(j poyle's sharp grounder near the
Results of Yesterday's
Big Leagues and
Philadelphia. 4. Nc. Vrk n ut gam-i
Philadelphia, New York, i .,1 sunfi
Hrnnklsn. I! ll'.slon, 1
lilengn. 3; s't. l.nuls. :
' nr.TAlLF.D STAMIINI
or nil-: ri.rni.
VIII 'J MH
19 '.'I) ,VMI
,'u xi i:n
7N .'!'. 1.1?
'JS 3 l.'ll
Chicago. ., .
Games Inst, ;
rs 3i 3i 34 j;
nrnnklyn In Huston
Philadelphia In New Vnrk
rittuhurx In .'InclnnaM
Chlc.iKO In fit lends
senators go ahead of boston.
i Mnrprr uinn, lied siot lint I'nnr
lllla nnd Shnls Them lint.
. Washincton, June If. - Hy bunching I
, hits off Leonard lu the second Inning,
the Washlgton Senator scored enough
The final score was 3 to n. Harper, the
Washington southpnw, allowed but four
scattered hits and was brilliantly sup-
; ported. To-day s victory puts the Sena
i tors abend of the I toil Sox in the mad
s(.rami,i(. for tho pennant.
nOSTON (A I I WASlllNT.TOV IA 1.1
""Wmi p ae A "IN . r n p a e
llooper.rf 3o ; i n'Moeller.rf 3 no I on
'('aily . 10" " o p Kpiter.Jh (00 i in
Ileiiric'u.rf ooo 1 00 Milan. i f
4 0 1 2 o
McNnlly.vb :'0(i u do .shanks.sb
II 2 n
ll.irry.Ib :n 1 0 n Williams lb L'Oii
Lewis. If. 401' I OO Koil.leall If ISO
(. n o
(ialner.lb 401 7 (lolllenry.e
Wnlkrr.ef too I oc Mellrule.as
liarilner.Jli 4 0 I o I 1 Harper. p
senit.sa sua 3 in
Ciirniaii.e son f. so Tunis
3 0 1 K 0 0
n 0 . ,i 0
3 0" o no
.'( 3 3 3; ; n
l.eoii.iru.p : i "
tAgnew 10 0 n on
(insir.p "oo it oo
Totals .31 0 4 VI li 1
Matted for Hooper lu Die eiililh limine
tllalled tor leopard In Ihe eiiihlh iniiln;
linstnu nooooooo o-o
Karned runi-Washinaloii, 1 First li.ne
on error -llnston I'ft on b.isea AVaihuu
Ion, 3: Hoston. ', First base on balls Off
Harper, I: oft lonard. I lilts -Off la-miaul
3 in seven Innings; off (ireus none In one
inning. Struck out Hv llarprr. s; by la-mi
aid. i To ha- bit -Milan S.i.tiII. e, bit
Williams, Saerifl. e fly Millrlde stolen
basei -Henry. Ia"l Double pl.i lln"ifr
and Heoll. Umpire in chief Connolly field
umpire- Owens Time I hour and '!: minutes
TIGERS AT MERCY 0FW0LFGANG
The' Are Held tn Fnnr Mils W hile
While oi Hump sronnd lln.es.
CHH'Auo, June IP -Wolfgang, Hided
by llmeli slugging and good suppotl,
pitched the While Pox to eor uei
bag for a foice uu: 1.1 tlubrrtson. He
had plenty of tlmo lo double the batter.
but the throw carried wine and nign
Kauff scored on the ertor and Lain
raced to third. Fletcher, who was in ex
ceptionally poor batting form all day.
IJancrof: more than redeemed himself
for this bobble by hitting Into the right
field stand for a home run with I.uderm
and Wlilttod walling In the second In
ning. The first to singled with none
out. Hancroft's main purpose when he
went up was to advance the runners. He
choked his bat after the fashion of Willie
Keeler for this purpose before lie is
In the hole ulth two strikes. Then he
took the longer grip and swim? at i
curve. The home run swat tlint broke
up the game wnf the result of Perrltt's
overcautlon to prevent a sacrifice
Whlltcd and Ilancroft singled with
none out In the fouith. Kllllfcr sacil
tleed, and when Whllted tried to score all
the way from recond on the Infield hit he
was doubled at tho plate by Merkle's fine
relay of Perrifi's toss. Pender hit Han-
croft home with a long single to left.
' New York got Us second and lat ril'i
1 In the fifth McKeehnle led off with .i
:ngle, tooi: second on a wild pitch nnd
Hcored on Itarlden's single to right
, nnusi, hitting lor Perrltt. uliltTeil
I n.irns fo.iled fo f.uderin. Kauff eroiltide I
The Phillies got their last run -iff
Schauer In the 'ixlh U'hltted walki d
with one down and :ole as li.m. roft
struck out U.llifer tripled t. '
FIRST a KMT.
PIIIl.A i.V L. 1 , NKW YORK iN I. 1
ab r h p a e ab r h p a e
IMskert.ef 4 u 1 e (1 Ilurns.il . . 300 t 0 1
Mrbntf.Sb 3"1 1 4 v Katilf.el. 3 00 0 0 1
Slnek.Sb. 401 fl 0 0 Rob'tsoil.rf 30 1 1 11
Cravjth.rf 4 1" .' or. Inile.:b.. 30 1 4 3n
:.iiileru.lo .i:3ll no rieener.s son 1 so
whin.,111 .11? 4 00 xterUie.ih 31101: on
I llaneroft.ts 30 0 4 f, 0 MtKe'nie.3b 30! 0 30
Killlfer.e 300 ; ; Kariilrn.e 3D" 3 0
Bur-,.,. jo. 0 l 0 .11 J J 0 J
Totals jl4s::i;o .
Totil vT n 1 14 .'
Hilled lor Anderson In the ninth Inninr
1 PhiladelplilH 0 0 1 n n n n 1 i
.e iorK ,. . , " . .
h " , 'S! I Af.L l."
u.rll. lnw lm-Lu.lerils Mruek out
, y (liTi ;. Anderson. 1 First inw on
, balis-qif Anderson 1 1 Sacrifice hits -Xie.
hoff. Lmlerus. liluel, Klllifer Stolen
h.i'e-Ilan.rofl Double plays-l.llhfer and
, N),.hof(. m,,,, nnncroft nnd I.uderu. ?
wiM plteh-Anilerson Umpire in ehlef-
QulKley Field umpire-By ron Time-l hour
Q...I t ml.t.l.l
PHII.A iN. L) , Ev YORK (S I.)
1 abrhpae' ab r h p a e
5M5J. SJJ jj Sffl .V ill I ?o
. sioek.ib .. c 0 : 1 : n.Rnh rtson.rf 4 0 3 0 on
Craratb rf. 4 00 n noi)nyle.:b .. 3no 3 nn
1 Luderus lb. 4 1113 1 0 Kleirlicr.ss 401 1 .10
J;-, J'l 30
irrr. 311 3 0 n Rarlden c. 301 or
30 1 1 3 0;rrritt.D.
too 0 in
10 0 0 On
non 0 0
too n nn
n 0 0 n 30
- - -I'Hninli
.33 5 It 27 IS ifSebauer.p
I Totals ,r: : : 1:
Bjtie.1 for Perritt In the fllih Inning
1 11.1 tied for Schauer In the seienth Innlni
Philadelphia . ...n3010tnn n
New York. ... 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 n 0
Left on baw.-Phlln.lelpl.ia. . New lor!;,
lifer. Two base hits pa.;erl. Robertson
First base on balls Off Render, 1: oil I'ernlt.
! off Schauer. Z: off Schupp. 1 Slruek out
Ily Render, 3: by Perrltl. 1: hi Sebaurr. by
Schupp. V sacrtnre nit Menou, Kiiurr
?lnlen bases-stock. Whltted, . ILitierolt
ouhle plays-.-Melio I. lianet nil anil l.ll.lerus:
Kami ami Loie, remit, .neruie ami nan
,1,1, ah,e,i hall -Harulen Wii.i niteh-lien
iler Hlts-Off I'ernlt. k in five liminss off
Schauer. : in two Innlnss: off Setiupp. t In
u"n"p,VeQUi,:Iey 'T.meil hour and SJ mln
Games in the Two
Standing of the Clubs
Vnrk. S. Philadelphia, 0
M. l.olll.. ,. I e. e .1 ticl , e
'hleago. Ilr"lt, :
U'ashliigtmi, 3. Hoston. n
DKTAII.K.O STANDINIi OF Till; I'l.l'Hw.
o :m w ssi
Washilulnn . 4
Chlcaio , 3
nn .Vi i '
-.'It :i.i i.vi
'? : n 3n .ip. i:
To-day ' Schedule.
N' Ynik lii 1'hll.idflphla
llnneti 111 WnsliliiKtoii
St I...UI. 111 I'lelvluuJ
I 'ei roll iii i 'li h i, c o
the Tigers to.d.iy. The hiiic w,i s tn 2.
The S.ix si ciiti il uu emli e ul of two
tallies and cllnchi'd the pftltne In ni.il.
ing Ihe runs In the tilth rmni.l p.ifs
.i single, n bunt and n mid iln.m .i
Ihltd filled the snckw, mill mmther single
Marled the seining A wild throw to
ii.-... .... xi'.. . ...
I ",'" 7.. ' ,'7,' "
tlto visitors to four blows The Heme:
UF.TKOIT ia I.i ' niiexiiO ,. I. i
, ! l h p a e ah i h . .1 .
Ilush.ss .ion i 3,, yi i, ,.( (113 10
111.311 Ml" 1 3uVeaeiss 4J :l .in
Cnlibcf,. ( I I' I II, i i:rnPiiiK .'h 10 1 e ' n
leach. II 3 1 0 3 0 0 I,. nil If 3 1.' : "'I
lleiliu.iii rf 30 2 1 0 0 .1 Collins rf 3 e .1 1 n ..
(-'law I d Ib 4 00 s ii ii Finn in. r. lh 10.11 lo
VlltlllE .ll .' 0 u 4 3 0 s,.i,(. ,. I '0 oo
ll.ll.i-l.e 2 0 0 .-. ; 0 V KmIiiii j rb ii I in
Cilie'kllli.,11 ;on 0 0 .' Vllf.-1ll.- i 3 111 1 1
0 i Ciin'liani.ti. 0 0 o
o s.in au th III! 1)
Tm ils a i . .i i
1 I ll.ilan.l.ii.. ooo o in
Totals :T ? I ;i ; .
Il.ittnl lor ('iliiiiinstiiim :n tin. e.jhi h ,nn n
Pelroilt n o o ' oooo i
t'hie.ixo .. ti i i ii i o ii x .
1 1 wo bqe hits-Fouruiri lleilniap Von li.n
nil, K Collins. Cobb llnuie mil We.n i
s:nrillee hlls .1 Ciiliuis Wi ilium llil.n
fftnlrn has,--Si h.ill. siuh-i. mii Hi Wnli
Bang, 5: by Co rlc-hie .', In t'uiiiiiiiuli mi '
First base on liall Oil Cnvele-kic ,t nil
I l.'unninshani. 1: nil Wolis.in. I Iinnbli pl.u
, Felseh an-1 Fnuriui'i . Ilu.h You us ami
, I'raivfniil l'as.,l li.ill ll.ihrr I'nipi'e in
chief-Kvam Fiehl iiiiunre .S.illin T'nn
l hour and nuiiuli"
Wisitern leiiuue He. nil.,
lies M ul lira T Llip nln I
(lllllll I. 7 Slniix l t
SI .liiHenh - len er '
I. lehll.i, 11 TiipnU i '.
Tril Scotch oQuiAoi
lLr WHITE LABEL ifl
YANKS MAKE THREE
IN-THE FIRST, THEN
Holier! Slinwkoy's Pitcliiii-r
(ftiiminlecs Victory for ..v
HAKIM ritll'PLKH so III.
OETS ONLY TWO .r,r,'M
PlIII.Anci.PlltA, June 20. T' V in r
had a tecure- grip on tn-d.iy's 'n rim
lth the tallenders by Hie t , ,
first half of the llrst intmig w . nir.
The new league leaders be.it tun ,i
letlcs S to 0. They marie i,r, .
their runs In the flrt inning T it.
all they needed, more t'nn ihry !,' i
for Robert Sli.iwkey, plicl.'ig a eHni
which had no material dut on fr , ,
steady excellence, was equal to niat
Ing tho opposing hitters under i,nv nd
The Yankees, In their nel r .
tenure of the lead In itis .v,,-i ,
League irocevon, jvliiye.l tl.e ri ,.
game that keeps te.nns !n 'ie 1r I i
Knocked Nabor ou of t.ie lm
first skirmish, and I ien t',,,,,.
i nM,, 1't"'' "'adway ag . i, i i,
class pitching of Khecnn in mi
j what runs they had a pUmv In ni.or
,g their own pitcher w ', h , , ,
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his old i lub. mo!ly old m i .in
so i.ir as nis ,-is0('latiiiii w 'i .i
them Is toncernid. Thcie u i
olT him until the tlfih nn u
next three rounds the 1 1 1 -1 ,i 1.
b.lt ti'.ii'hed first b.Uf. Ii ,t ,.
this happened Sh.twkey -
a mite belter than lie I i .
if wltli men nn iinv At, i i '
for .iiiytlniig uhl.'li hid i i.'. , ,
lilt Mini,' Yiiil.ee -niini'i
II. e spot In HI. ib ,t
Jleer Tlirntts I iierrlnul . .
I Mover. 110 threw me
threw u.,..,,.,U ...
' down s,x Yankees su..: 1
1 tistenc; in that line .. , 1 .
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Is suffering from a lame leg II,
it here yesterday, he say - II.
1 tn-d. 's game lung enough
(J tU() ,,;1,.j.,.r .,n, ,rK ,,, ,
let lloone do the wur'i finu .t
and Hoone played .1 d.ih.tv I
Magee hatted in two run. he in in. 1
hits, he was the only one w.m c i I
all three of the home pltrhers f r ,1 '
In the first Inning he cleeriy lm r ,
an opening at short, caused 1 tie ler
going oxer to coxer That Mow '
sent ltaker home. Haker b id (
Peck home and Peck, with a s n.l. ,'
the third b.i-e line, had mtted i
hooley, who had walkul and 1 i' i ' 1
: i third on peek's left iiein mn tins
This was smart running by (i . .y
ho s a smart b.te runner
, 1 At-nlnsi Slieeb.in the Vim!.. '1 I
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. hooley walked with two out. II
second. Illn'li singled hard thrr
box and brought (Jll home i
hacher, a kid pitcher whom M e '
hotnewhere In the byways at I i
of this vicinity, took up he i
tie ninth inning. He tl.de t a.
badly. It was h.s first pe.f..r.
the bx ring. He wai'.ed Plpp
sairlllced to second by Home .
lied on Mag.e's cairon) t" le't v
wa all off ll.issel
The l.lll'U of I be
The nearest the Ma
run was In the sixth
(.iedron fumbled a ti.
two on and tw in" "' -fly
In short r gl t Vi h
Texas id-IP until .'n 1 '
.1 if bv ISilhooley, who h td '
,is f iMt as he ul.l to g. ' '
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