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. THC OUK, ' SUNDAY, JULY 2S 1916.
AND DAVIS GAIN
Conlfiturrf row .Vlnffi 'floe.
before tie finally won the last Ml nl
The victory of Davis marks tlic ml
ratlon to the 1'acirtc coast of still
another tennis title anil now there. ar
so few of the big crowns left In the
Hast that every latest one to (to leaves
an awful trig bare spot In the Atlantic
coast Onnla trophy cupboard. Tlie clay
court title la no novelty, however, to
California, for It has had three other
trlpa to the Pacific coa.it. Melville II.
Ixmg won It In 1910. John It Hlraehan
carried It off In 1 1 1 3 anil Clarence J.
Orlffln won It the following year.
Williams, who defaulted In the ctuil
lencs round. Is thtOonly plaver who has
won two Icrs on the cup. Had he te
fended his title this year successfully, he
would have Kolned permanent possession
of the cup.
Miss Clnthrlr llnril to Heat.
Mis Guthrie lived up to expectations
In giving the Nurwcglau girl n hard
tussle for the title, and furnished the
prettiest exhibition of the tourney In
women's singles. The Pittsburg girl had
a tendency tn play listlessly at time
and might have fared better If that
tendency could have been eliminated.
However, for the most pur' Miss Outli
ne played a game that made the cham
pion Use everything she knew to beat.
Miss Quthrlc won the first two games,
after the first had gone twice to deyre.
on her service and the second at love
on Mls.i HJurstedt's service. After the
second game the Pittsburg player had 'n
spell of bad tennis. It was not that she
made errors of commission, but !n re
turning the hall she did not us good
Judgment and left the way clear for the
Norse girl to shoot over her terrific fore
hand drive. This forehand drive wbh
Instrumental In gaining thirty out of
thirty-two aces on placement for the,)
champion during the two sets.
Miss lljurstcilt had picked up the le.td
at 3 to 1', but from then until the elev
enth game neither could make service
lount for victory, and the two girls kept
on even terms, sending the net to deuce
on the tenth game. Miss (luthrle finally
managed to win on her own service In
the eleventh game, and had the lead at 6
to 5, but her lead was short lived, for
Miss HJurstedt put on full speed and won
the set by taking three Htr.iiRht games.
The Norse gtrl took the first two
games of the second set and Miss Guth
rie answered by repeating the per
formance. Hut after Miss itjuretedt
took the next three games the best
Miss Guthrie could do when It came her
turn to "print was to take one game.
Miss tljuretcdt ended the fray with four
hard forehand drives In the ninth game.
Miss HJurstedt and Church outplayed
Mrs. Hlckle and Doyle from the begin
ning to the end of their match. The
Nations! t'lsv Court Championship. Men s
singles. Final nnumi Willi r.. imvis.
Francisco, defeated Conrad H. Doyle.
Washington, r. 75, S 3.
t i i i 4 i i t :; c
4 14 2 2 0 1 014:
Net. Huts. Place.
V 3 I.
: 3 : 4 s 4 4 : 4 :
4 i 4 i 4 : : 4 0 4
3 3355 I
tii inn hit
1 4 1 4 3 1 3 3 4 33'
. 1 I 1 " T 1 a a c VI
Net. Uute Place,
('lav Cnurl ChaniDlonhlt.
Women's Hlntlcs. Final Hound Miss Molla
Hlurste.ll. New York, defeated Miss Martha
Uulhrle, Pltuliure. . 63.
t 0 I I I I I 0 4 1 'i 4 4 4 4 .
c i i i i i i i i : o i to c
Net. Outs Place S A 1.F.
Mlsi HJurstedt. IS K, i; 'i o
atlas Guthrie to Hi T 0 I
Mtsa HJurstedt . . 4 3 2 I I I 5 3 4 3.' 1
Miss Uulhrle. 0 3 4 4 1 1 3 5 2233
Nets. Ollts Place S A D K,
Mtia HJur.te.lt. 11 l'i is n n
Mlai Uulhrle.. ' -'
Championship Mleil Double-. I'liul
Itound Miss Mnlla HJurstedt and iteorpe
M. Church. New York, defeated Mr.
II. W. Hlckle. Toronto and O It. I)oe.
Washlniton. 61. ;.
Mlaa njurite.lt and Church'
Mrs. Blckla and Doyle.
3 13 3
Mlai HJurstedt and Church:
4 4 4 4 1
Mrs. Blckla and Doyle:
s : : i 4
4 0 1-
CUBS DIVIDE HONORS.
They Meat Cardinals In First anil
Lose the Heeond,
St. Louts, July 1. Chicago and St.
Touts tipllt a double bill this afternoon.
The Cubs took the front section. 9 to J,
in a batting bee In which the homt
.pltchern suffered. A wild pitch by
Vaughn gave the local the second game
In the eleventh round, 4 to 3. Vaughn
was leading In tine shape up to the sev
enth when a fumble by Mulligan let the
Cardinals tie the count at 3 all. With
Miller on third, one nut nml Wilson at
bat In the last half of the eleventh
Vaughn made a wild pitch with the
first heave to the, pan and the game was
ovsr. The score
CHICAGO IN. U I ST LOUIS IN I,
al) r h p a e ab r It i a e
Wder.ai.Ib. 5 0 0 6 3 o bucl,:t too i :o
Flak.rf.... 4:: o o,ne ner.it
Wllllams.cf IN t 0 0 Loiia-.rf.
Zlm'msn.Jb 5 0 1 0 OOtWIUonrf
Whiille.lt. ill J 0 0 Mlller.lb.
3 0 1 2 0 0
3 0 0 il oo
3 11 ll 0 0
;o i 9 ;o
2 0 0 1 0 0
4 12 1 3 0
Mann.lf.... 3115 0 O'llortut,, .
fiater.lb.... 4 3 3 3 0 0
Knsbe.:b. too 1 no1
Hall. p ..
3 0 2 3 11
. 4 0 1 ;. 0 1
10 0 ; r,
1 0 0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0 1 0
33 2 J? j, J
riaciier.c... 133 3 : 1
aemcna.c.. ooo 0 no
Vnlllaan.sa 4 0 2 3 3 0
Prend? r't.p. 3 o l i 0 0
Packsrd.p. loo o so
Totals....!? S1C7 10
sThlcStTO 0 0 0 3 0 : 3 0 1 -!i
gl. Loull 'I 0 0 ) 0 0 I 0 1-v
Two baa hits Fisihcr. Saler, Mnnn, Wil
son. Three basey hlt-Hornsby. Home run
fssltr. Double ploys Corhan. Itetiel and Md.
lr; Smith, Miller snl Snder: Hall. Corhan
aad lleek. First base nn balls-Off J.isi.cr
Toft Hall, I: oft IViuk-rfast. 1 Sacntlco
flit Smith. Stolen basva-Fluck. :: Iteacher
Struck out By Jasiier. !; by IViiiliriast. ;'
br Hsll. , i. ..I'mnire In hief-KIem Fiel.
umplreEmslie. Time-j hours.
CHICAGO (N. 1.1 ST UJI'IS iN. J, .
sb r h p a el ah r i ti u s
7-dder.ib.. 1(1! 4 o;iMsel.:h. ,"n J 40
Flek.rf... 40J 5 I 0 hYather.H . 300 1 0 ,
Wllllsina.ef S J 2 4 (imf.iinir.rf ?03 s 10
Zlm'roan.Ib 3 t 0 1 3 1 tlliitler 11 1 0 11 00
Mann.lf.... r,U ; 00 Mlller.lb. 1 1 0 II nn
Baler.Ib..., 4 0113 1 (i lloriuhj.jii ;,u 1
Fiseher.e.. :oo 3 lOSmlth.ef. iiu 3 0 s
Mulllsan.ss 4 0 : 1 :i;Vil ,, ( 1 0,1 ,1 ,,
Zwtllinr.. 000 0 no flour jlcs ! ii ii (.
Tlnker.ss,. 000 0 (1 o.L'orliaii.is 4 mi .1 "1,1
Vauihn p.. 60 1 11 6 I Ami. p joo n 1
- isnydir j 11 1 11 it
Totals, . 3 i 0t:i H '.Me.nlos p 11,0 ,i
S. To! als r.i; 4 T 3.1 IS '
llrttteil for Mullisan In Ihe eleventh 111
tone out Mien i nn 1 ne um as stored
lllatlfd for fxinn tn Ihe seventh IiiiiIiil'
I Batted for Ames in the ssvenlh limttu
Cliiraiio (1 I ! 11 11 0 o n 11 0 a.
SI fxiuls 1 0 0 it 11 : , n a 1 I
ro raw lilts -liefrel, ssiri Untilile plat
?mr and Miller. First 1m -e nn hj, nn
Vsushii, I: off Mradnws, 1 Sai-iiflie hlla
J'lier. l: Flaek. IteH-het .Miller. sS ill,'
Miown haae-Mlller. Strurk nul- By Ames
It by Meadows. J: br Vaurlin. 1 Hit hv
nltshed balls Bescher Zimmerman Wild
pnwn isui "iiMis in 1 iiinr niem ririd
iimnlie -Enulle Time t hours sod 6 nun. I
HAS CHANCE TO
llsvy llohertson, sensational
sonnaj outfielder of I he Giants,
"ho u threatening- Jake Daahert's
honors as foremost batsman of the
National l.easjae. He made three
hits off llenaree of the Phillies
lesterriso. In his fnnrth time al
hat he railed to sret a safety only
because of n spectnrnlar piece of
work by MeholT.
INDIANS TWICE BEAT
THE LEAGUE LEADERS
First (Jamp (Sops KIpvpii Iii
ti iiirs (Ji'iiys Knsy
Newark. 5: Providence, t (flrt same, rleven
Newark, r, I'mvideiiie. : 'eiond game)
11 u It a I ii. ; Montreal, 1 'first itamei
Huttalu. h; Montreal. ? iseroud gnmrt
Rochester, 4: Toronto. iflrl sumei
Toronto. 3: Itoehestrr. 2 isecond ssmei
ll.iltlmore, 1; lllchmond. 3 (first name, ten
IlJltlniore. 5: Richmond. 0 Isecorsl simei
Mandlnc nf the t'liibs.
W L. P C W
IToiideise r 21 K.chmonii
tlalllmiire 32 :; 5l2,Tornnto.
Ilurf.ilo. JV .'s ITt Montreal .
Newark .9 ; ..wjiItiK-hester ?i 31 .370
lrnvideniT in Newark, two sames
lluffaJo In Montreal
Nkwaiik, July I. Pred Tenney s In
dians duplicated their pei fornianie of
lust Saturday by winning both ends of ,i
double header this afternoon, This time
the (trays, who axe lending In the run
for the gonfalon, were the victims. In
the tirst game Jack KnriEMt pitched the
Iteilmeu to a ." to 4 victory In eleven in
nltiKs, while In the second half Walt
Smallwood held She.in's men to two runs
while the locals once more tacked on
The (ii'.iys jumped out in the lead in
tlm Initial contest, tallying u run In the
llrM Inning on a pass to Jtehlg, followed
by singles by Shean and I'abrlque. In
the third the Indians tied the score
Henley's triple and Hchwert's sacrifice
tl accounting fur the run. A pass to
Hralnard. Cable's fumble of Yelle's
grounder and llehls's double gave tin
ilinjs two more In the sixth stanza,
tying the game n the locals hud put
over two In the iouith, singles by Witter
and Zimmerman, with Callahan's triple
sandwiched in accounting for t'netn. In
the eighth singles by Cable, Ilurgln and
Witter ga the Hedmen what looked
like u winning run. hut the (trays again
eened the seoie. Tlncup opened with a
double. HehlK sacrificed and Schults
batting for Haumgartner. also doubled
Haumgartner bad leplacerl Powell In the
third inning when the outfielder was hit
on the right knee with a pitched ball. In
the eleventh, the Tenneyltes tallied the
winning run. Callahan doubled. Zlmmy
sacrificed and Krhwert singled.
Neither team scored in the first five
Innings of the second game. In the sixth
the (Jrays jiut over two "on singles bv
Ilehlg, Hralnard, Kabrhiue and Kayrs.
The locals came back In their half with
four. Cable's double and singles by Wit
ter Callahan. Zlmmy and Milan, along
with Jlealcy's Micrlfke fly accounting
for them. In lie seventh Cable's see
mid two bagger and Durgin's single
added another. The Grays were unable
to do anything with Smallwood after
the sixth inning, The scores:
ah r im a ii , , ;;!"'!;
Cihle'h ill Sritehlt.lf at I 00
nursliilb 50 2 ! oijPowell.ef 0 1 0 0 0 0
MdaiM'f . 50 0 2 oolllaunwer rf 3 on 3 0 0
Witter rf 112 2 oosf.eiiiHl7.rf 101 0 0 0
Callahan ef 43 2 2 0 0 Rheatl.Vll. .. 50 2 4 4 0
kmme?n.'3h 4 t I l 0 Fahr..,ue.. 50 1 3 4 0
lleileyaa 4 1 .1 S i 0 F.a) rs.rf.ef . 4 0 0 s 0 0
"liwert c 10 1 : 4llrainar.Uli. 50 1 1 10
..i...7'i In 0 !1 l niaclih'e.lh. 3.11 ! 2 0
r.iii,B,w - ' . . . .
- . i eiie.e, .
Total. B f. 1333 13 3 Ttncup.p
1 1 s 30
4 11 1 10
I Totals,. ,r. 4 mi is 0
Halted tor Daumiartner In the ninth In-
"'(Two out when winning run was scored
Newark ... 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 I
Ilnvldenie... .100 0'j 00100 I
Sariflce hits llealey, Zimmerman, atehlr,
Sjcrlllce ny- srasrn, i.mci. -;,'",','
Two base htla-liehiir. Tiimmip. lte.iley. U U.
han, Schults. Three base tuts llealey. Ciilla
han. Flrat tiase 011 balls-Off hiuiirht. f.:
off Tincup, 5. Struck out-Hy Knnirht. :
by Tnicup, 5. Hit hy pitche.1 tull-lly Kn
ruht (I'owelll. Double play Shean. Fabrb
Hue and lllsekburne. First base on errors
IMivldelii e. S. Ifft , on ba-- ,t',:fti;
I'ruvideniT, , llriplre In chief Ilaiidilioe.
Field umpire Freeinuu Time j hours aiul
Wml"U", SKCO.NI. OAMK
NKWAHK ' I'ltOVIDKXCK,
ab r h p a e uli r h n a e
Cable Cli 4 2'J 1 3 0Kehl.lf SIS 3 Oil
lluratn.lb I')'.' 1.1 uo liralnard.Sb, .'13 11 3 1
ll-uley,ss . 3li0 t 4 VlShean ss. . 4 0! 2 10
Wltler.l t 4111 0 (1 Fahnque.aa. .3 0 I I 3 11
Callahnn.ef 412 4 A ( Kayrs if .. 103 1 00
Zinimi'u.3li 4lt 0 2 11 lllaekb'e.lh 4 mi I.'. (111
Milan If 3DI 4 iKi.lljilins'er rt 4 00 I no
Kfdii.c SOU 3 nl Yellr.e 100 t JO
sniullw d.p 300 11 '0 Peters p inn 3 0
Totals 3:65;Tlli Totals 3;;l.'!tl(l
Newark (1 0 0 A 0 4 1 0 1 ..
I'lOVIdenie 0000 0 200 tt--:
Sacrlflie hit Sh'an Sacriflie fly llealey
Stolen bases-Kavis, Itehlc, Shean. Two base
lots-lluriiln. Cable, : First, base on balls
Off Smallnoil I Struck nut -My Small
wiiod, ! tiv I'eleis I Wild pilch I'eteis
First base on error- Newark l.eft nn bases
Newark, 4; Providence, 10 Umpire in chief
Freeman Field iimpirr-llanrlibne Time
1 hour and S minulrs,
Madlinnv llle, J, llnrenshoro, 3 ln In
nlnss) llsndersnn, 10, llnpklnsvllle, .
Das son Springs, (j Ciarkavllls, ,
; SENATORS KNOCK OUT RUTH.
.lob ll son Tnkes lliirlillna'a Plaer
. When Heil Hot (irt llanaernus.
Washington. July I Washington
' won the final game of the i-erle from
I the lied Sov, 4 to 2, here this afternoon,
j knocking ll.ioe Itutli out of the box In
1 the fourth Inning, when a iiuartet of
Iloehllng was unsteady In the eighth
i and Walter .lohnson finished the game.
1 I'rom Itnehling and .lohnon the lied Sox
got only three scattered lilts. The score:
IIOSTON lA M
WASHINGTON (A. L.I
ab rli p a e
llooiMr.rl 300 o ou.Moeller.rf
ab r h p n e
10 1 l no
3 0 2 10 Foster. :n
10.) .1 no Milan ef
too o io shanks :h
4 11 I n o
3 10 l U
1 1 : l: o n
: o l 3 oo
30 t 4 10
3W0 t Hi
.1 n 0 ii 3 1
0 0 0 o 0 0
4 H 0 I I, Wllhanis.il
Mill v ii Ron le.iu.lt
ll-nrliksii loto ooi Henry e
1 1 lln-lilll.c Ii
- e Johnson p.
3 0 0
1 0 0
: s :i ? :
-Hatted for ll.irt til llle emlitli intuits
lljtid tor (ianer In the ninth Inniiu
Host on n 0 1 1 0 fl 0 e o ?
I Washington o o o I n o 0 0
Knrnivl riiii-Waliiimun I: lion on. 1 First
!'.?", " 'rror -Hiistnn, 1 l-ft on hises
I ""-hliaioo. i llo.ton. :. Fut base on
i U;'!1,"""" ""'hiine. 3: oft itmti. 2 itus
I '( '.nth. r. in three aivl on.-tliird iniiinis:
Y. ;,"!lr- ' 1,1 '"ur sid iwothtrds tniilpgs;
on lioelilini 2, In a-en immnr ntt .tohnson.
,t In two infinjs struck mil Itv Hoehlltu.
, -r by Rlllh . Iiy Foster. I Two (dt,
rosier let.t Wilker sacriflii- hit-ltou-
dean Sa.rillce lly-Rlllh lloutlle ,lly
' .,3x!'r foster and Williams wild mtch
lloehhiit IHIU- llnehhnr Pmpire in chief
i ".'". ''eld umpire-Connolly Time- 1 hour
and ,.i minutes
WHITE SOX BLANK TIGERS.
William Allotta s..,,.i nils, Inn
Keep. Them "enttrrril.
('ittCAIltl. .lull I - U'lltlnn. 1
I Tigers' .-eten nits well scatter.'il to-day
lllld tile Sov w rut tit. il.ir.i t,.,i s.
'g.inie. 1. in n WllilmiisV. mates hacked
him b driving home n pack of runs in
I llu kl.il. . I
j..,- i-.ii., ev.rntu Him eiBiuii innings
.lennlngr starleil James on the slab,
but he blew up In tile sixth for three
runs, Another in the seventh niiii..,i
James, and the Itowlatnfers cut loose
with two additional markers in th"
eighth off Mitchell The score
DKTROlT 1 A I.
ah r Ii p
Vllt.Sb, too :
llush.sa 301 I
I llellman.rf 4 0 1 .1
CoMi ef .4011
' Vcai'h.lf 100 1
ltllrtiH.lt. . 3 (1 3 10
1 CHIC Alio 1 A
. . brh
5 0 lelaeh.cf... 4 1 3
3 ii Weaver.Sh 1 ; 0
OA.Kt'iiUlnsSb 4 23
11 u e
iiMlJaeksilll.lt . 3 0 1
11 ii j 1 111 11 iis, rr.
11 11 S.-lialk.c.
6 1 Wilhums 11,
0 0 Totals. .
4 11 I
- 1 1
2 0 0
I .lanies.p. .
1 Kav iio'ifh
30 1 4
0 11 0
11 0 0 n
6 10 S7 t (1
Totals. .:i 0 Try 13
Matted for Janfra In the eighth inninc,
tJacksnn i.itl fnr nu-amv L- ....ill...
I line ' " "' " '
lelrilt OAA0AAOA 0-4)
Cilicuo A 0 0 0 0 3 1 x
To tciae hita-Fouriiier, Rurns llellinan
Three ha-e Int., ,j, Coiiim. K. Collins. Home
, run- Kelsch. SniTttlce hits Weaver. Jay-k-son,
Sehalk. Wnrlit .stolen base Fouriiler
I Struck out Hy WillUma. 3, br James. ;, Kir,t
h.ise on halts Off James. 1; olf Mitchell, !
I off Williams. 1 Double Plays James, Husli
aisl Hums: wrlglit. Kournler and Weaver,
Wild pitch -James Umpire tn chief Krans
Field umpire Nallln, Time 1 hour and 41
You know the differ
ence between politeness
and real enthusiasm.
Notice which your guests
how when you serve
There is something
about their velvet
smoothness and their
distinctive flavor which
marks them at once as
perfect blends, served
by a man who knows.
G. F. HEUBLEIN it BRO.
Hutfortl Nsw Ytuk Uattoa
Importtr fAs Fmmomt
BRAND'S A-i SAUCE
RELAY OF THREE
Hon ton Khsv to Hit, SeliHiior!
Wild and Scliupp Takes
Too Long to Settle.
I'll I Mi IKS SCORE ENOUGH
HEKOKE LOSERS START
Consistency In losing Is the best the
Clams seem able tn do. Once In a
while they show a form reversal and
win n game, but these occasions are so
sporadic now that the fans almost for
get them between times. Having trim
med the Phillies and the great Alex
ander on Friday, It was McOraw's turn
to kick over the bucket yesterday after
noon. They did one of the most satis
factory little Jobs seen all season, to the
lachrjmnl lamentations of some fifteen
thousand curio seekers. The score was
! to 2.
A rare day Indeed Is any day Steamer
.VI tiemaree cannot slip the oil to our
kidding tllants. McOraw handed his
old cartoonist friend a Jolt In tits open
ing game Wednesday afternoon. Hut
jesterdat was another day. New York's
mmesls iiiuldn't very well have lost.
The Ul.tnt pitchers wouldn't let him.
.Med raw used enough twlrlers for an
ordinary scries, but the procession went
from bud to worse. Hube Itenton was
hammered. Hube Schailer wasn't ham
meted, but that wius no fault of his. Me
couldn't get the ball over the plate.
P.iiiilinaw l.'.nl Schunii. who was
who was an
ei,.hi :.ri,.r i,o willed, didn't settle soon
: , v ... utti'"" """K". which counieu in me run
enough nor did he get a chance to so me , nml ,hr nMK)n, of oilhoolev.
till the game was ruined beond repair. Rht ,,eck an(, ,,,pp (tlnyri tMr
. - i parts In the victory. Haker and Ma gee
lleutnii llammeriMl at Start. aH tfnm wltn ,hf wfre mjat
Thoo champions had llenton ducking
for his life the first couple of minutes.
I'avkert drote to the right lleiu wan as
an entering wedge and NlehotT caught a
slow ball for three buses- a regular 8am
erawfotd belt to left centre. block
singled to centre for the second run.
m.,..-,i l.r,.,e ihe crowd realized It the
.-. .-v.". - ....u
I'hllllcs had as many runs as the Olants
could get all iiliernoon ironi nni...rr.
llenton. too late. pulUd hlnn-elf together
a bit He struck out Cravath. threw out
Whltted and between times held Luderus
t an e.isv loft- Kauff's way
The reform was not permanent. Cra
iith opened the fourth with a line sin
gle to left and l.udcrus scratched a hit
through nolle. 1-arry was set for the
beginning of a double play when the ball
took a nasty hop and Just brushed the i I( was preity rnw work, and If a regu
tlp of his glove. Whltted sacrlflci-d It jar practce ner. It is HOmethlng the
looked as ll llenton nao no t-oj
second, but his mind evidently was noi
on his work. He threw to first instenu
nnd In throwing threw away a run
Little ll.mcroft singled to right centre.
Kanff and llohertson both went after the
hall. Davey leaped hlgn to stop
treacherous bound nml s lie um so except lor a stinger to ngiu ny Meyer
Benny tackled him low. Itobertson took went through the Athletics In quick
a tuistv header over Kauff and kneed order. '
him so'badly In falling tl.Sjt the Federal Itussell whiffed three In a row In the
league" Ty Cobb had to ask five mln-1 third inning, making four In succession,
utes time out. Ilefore Hobertson could for he got Myers on strikes In the sec
pick himself up nml shag the ball that
i,e tirnnnl In the spill Cravath and l.u-
ilerus both hail crossed the plate, liavey.
however, who Is a quick wltted chap,
made the best of a sorry situation by
throwing out Bancroft at second when
the latter tried for an extra base on the
Ilemarre MriiiiH In Crlr.
Mer.tmlii1e the (Hunt didn't seem to I
do mtv well with Steamer Al. especially
In the pinches, 1 'apt. Knrry Doyle, who 1
iippemw to b- the steam KdUifi! of Mr
draw's eiiirlne of war bs-ause when
Larry is i;ooil the ti-.im l likewise, and
lie versa seemed unusually clogged up
under pressure In the first limine, with
two down. D.ive Itolerton. the only live
wire of the home set. cot within strlklim
distance on a pretty silicic and a passed
ball lolc thii diiftcil IiirJly to l.'ra
Nn othei (Slant runner Kot mthiii
hand sli.ikliiB dlstniice of Kied l.itderus
until the foiiith InnliiK llenn Kauff's
perfeetlv pliic.-d bunt started this sec
tlou with a t-p.istii nf Jov The 1 rusty
Kolieitson follovvcil with .1 li-aii hit 10
llKht The stvoiul time stialttlil Larry
fulled Mi the piinil Ills fl to I'.iskeit
was deep .noimh to send Kauff to thlid
utter the c.it.h and l-ftmy tallied on
Kletcher'H Ioiik hoist to the Mime irardun,
Merkli popped to llanrtiift
l--.il- the thlril strnlKht time iole
failed In the slstli Tills time llohertson
doubled to rlnlil vvitli only one out.
Moran was so uneasy just then that lie
SIRIIillieil Hie ,ii. ii-in ,,1 wm.i ,-,. -
Ki-t busy. Poyle ob1l!iiily saved the
face of Steamer Al with an easy bound
to llancroft. llohertson manaBed to net (
the run over Anally when Nlehoff coin-
...I I u tiA.-n liune wild throw on
That was New York's last bid, Only
one iltanl reached first afterward. Mr-'
Kechnle walked startlnit the seventh, hut
Nlehoff snared Kocher's tap and started
a double play. Itoush was used us a
. ..... e, ...I.I. l.l- I...,.
pincn iinierioi i.ei, on. ...... ...e ...
UVift to Cravatll went tlie i.ist taint nopeicrs up preiiy inony c..... ......
lor an overthrow of Ueiniiree,
lor an nvertnrow 01 ueiniiree,
Nlehoff greeted Hchuuer with n single
i ronteo He raced to III nl wlien Stock
He raced to third when Stock
hlt to rlEht Cruvath drew his base.
loading the hassocks. With a possible I
double play by way of the plate sturiiiK
hint In the
face h'letcher tlrst fumhled,
Ltlderus's grounder ten feet
e's head. Nlehoff nnd Stock
scored. Cravath pulled up on third and
I.udvruH on second. Scluiuer filled the
luiux-i niralii hv Passing Whltted. That
ended the second llillie, renecis wie m ia v.....e.
S-l ui m passed llancroft. foiclng Cru- or not this Is true, the fact remains that
...' ,.r V 'iim ?J inl ihe.M,..llh' HIsiHH could do little. Doyle failed
Fletcher, scoring l.tiden... and Whltted, miserably on three separate occaHloiii
Five runs were In for Philadelphia, with ! ''' would have meant a run.
none out In this liming, Sdmpp then
Htruck out Domaree. Dovle inadlt won. In spile of the vicissitudes of his sup
derful catch of Paskerfs Teus leaguer port Davey ltol.rtson dally continues 10
ended the agony with ail easy fly for
i.t. ..-, - -.-
M 11. r wlit finil Hum nml Vl..lw.er
hA""' J "
NKW VOItK (N I.)
- - - -- -
ab r h p a e. ab r h p a e
Paskert.cf, HIS 3 un (i.lluins.lf mo -j o u
Nleholf.:b, 122 3 1 llKauff.ef 4 113 ill)
Sim ll.Jli .. Hi 0 4 0 Itoli'tsnn.rf 413 '.' II)
Cravath, rf. 4 211 0 0 Do)le.:b,. 4V0 T .0
I. ll.lerus.lb 4 2 3 6 1 0 FI.-tiher.ss. 3 00 2 CI
VVIiitteil.lt 2 1 0 3 00 Merkle.lt).. 4 00 go
II. lhcrntl.ss 201 2 II ol.M'Kiillle.SI) .MIO u 10
K.lllirns.C. 40 1 2 uOKlM-hrr.e. ,. 3 00 4 1 0
Delliaree.p, 4 0 0 I 1 01 lleliton.p, -III 0 3il
- . -I'Hiiush loo o oo
Totals 31 UII '.1 101ISchaiiir.ii o i) o o no
ISchiipp.ii. o 0 0 0 li 0
31 2 r.
: ll l
"Hatted fni' llenton In Ihe seieiith iiimiii;
Philadelphia : li ii : n 0 0 r, c.
New York o 0 n 1 c l o o o
First base on rrinis Phlla lelplila, I, New
Yuri., I Left on bases Philadelphia. Ne
York. 4 Three has.' hit Nieholf, To bus"
hils-Paskeil, ItnlK-Hsnn First lusc on tialls
Off Diniaree, 1 oil Ik-nloti, 2: nil Schnuei
., nil Scliuiip, : Slrinli out lb Demuree. .
by llenton. 2; by Sell imp. t Sacrlflie hit
Whltled. S'aendi'e lly-FlePher Double iil.iy.
-Nlehoff, Ham rnft and l.udcrus; Fletcher
Doyle and Merkle, Doyle. Fletcher and
Merkle. I'sssed ball- II. Burns lliM.-0f
llenton. Id seven innings; nit sdiauer '.' In
no Humus imn inn. siorrd, Ihrre on Hu I
none out In Inning when relieved!,- off Schupii
I in two innlu.-s. Pinpiie in chief Ilyrnn
Field umpire yum ley Time 2 hums and
ni i mil es
NOTES OF THE GIANTS.
There should be some real fireworks
at the Polo Grounds the neat three days,
FOURTH STRAIGHT. 5 TO 4
Play Strong Uphill Contest
Disgrace Game Donovan Ready to Fight, but
His Challenger Slinks Away.
I'liti.APCLt'iiiA, July 1. The Yankee,
made It a whole Job by beating the Ath
letics again this afternoon and obbllng
all four games of the series. It was a
real right to-day. The score was 6 to 4,
and at one time It was 4 to 1 In favor of
The leaders had to call on their reserve
lighting qualities to snatch the spoils, but
In doing that they cams through In sol
dierly style. They had the combative
nees and the punch to go through an
Uphill tussle to a win.
The weatherbeaten .Mr. Mack sent his
host pitcher, the tall and nngular Myers,
at the Yankees for the second time this
week. The tall and angulaf one wrts
great for three Innings, invincible; but
the Yankees got to him when needed
after that and his support, particularly
by Walsh, former Yank, became seamy
and frayed at the edges.
Wild William, the Yank director,
ordered Allen ttussell to the mound, but
Husnell was bad and good In turns. Ills
worst Inning was the fourth, but sev
eral of his mates were equally repre
hensible In that Inning, when the Yanks
spilled a deal of bad ball. In the other
Innings they played their usual alert and
snappy game. Mogrldge pitched splen
didly after succeeding nusscll on the
Magee'g halting had most to do with
New York's scoring, and a bunt of his
KUliplemented by a steal laid the course
for h New York run In the ninth which
broke a tie. Nunamaker, who batted
Magee In on this Important occasion,
was another handy man with the bat,
since his cudgel put on the finishing
stroke. Haker edged In with his dally
two haggcr, which counted In the run
. prominent In the four victories here,
Fall tn Score In First.
For once In the series the Yanks did
not seore In the flrt. In that Inning
Mclnnls dropped Myers's throw on I'eck
Inpaugh. O'l.aughlln called Peck out
and the Athletic Intlelders trotted to the
I "I". l" Oil
had to come hack when
Silk reversed his decision, which was
the onlv thlnir he rnuld rlo Mclnnls'
beefed, hint n .1M Ilarrv tlavl. nlthno.h
they had not a leg to stand on. Some
loud mouthed and empty headed fans
called O'Loughlin n hum and a robber.
A coterie of these pests gathered dally
during the New ork series In a corner
of the upper grand stand and from that
.if iltsttinc vellert ul vlultlnv nliv.ps
i nome ciun wouiu uo welt to suppress.
Itussell was wabbly In the Philadel
phia half of the first and two men reached
third base. One was picked off there by
Nunamaker and Haker, and the other
was left, The Yanks were helpless be
fore Myers again In the second, while
In the second half Ilussell steadied, and
Results of Yesterday's
Big Leagues and
rill', idelphla. 9: New York, :
llnstnn, 7: llrookljn. I inrst game'
llosinn. '., Hrooklyn, 0 le-cond gami
I'lttsliiirs. Cincinnati, I.
I'hliago. s , St. Iiul". : Iflrst gamel
St l.lls. 4, Chicago, 3 (second hiii'
IlKTAII.Ktl MTANtllNO 4ir TIIK fl.t'B.
PUUbur, , cinilnnail (two game.)
chlcag 0 ,it, i,0Us.
iThe Hodsrcrs are coming;. They nnd the I
(Hants usually provide nimcthlnu worth
Pat Moran reicnrds his approaching
nerles with the llraves with some fear
, ......I.I...I..,. II Itnu tiueH hlM ollch.
"""""- .."' ,1, .,
jusi ciosen nere. nuiinnsn
jusi inusru ni.-. r.i..ni.er., - .
tilings, seems ium u wu e J
The Phillies found llenton for eight
sevcli Innings, They did tho
greatest possible execution by hunching
these In the tlrst and fourth Innings.
.Three solid smacks Hi a row each time
IUl tlie Kllie oil nr.
It has been said that Doyle's attitude
sflectH the luck of the Olants. Whether
r liruve l is hulieriillivc liiitsioK t.u.111.
I was iiistrumemai in uoi ii ... "'""!
1...... v..... v
I rims, lie nan iviu eiunien i.nn ,. ns
'the tltst three times up and missed a
......i-.,,.. .ii.v it..c:iiiK.. or ii Heni.aiiiiii.il
I'erieci nij ' ":' "r
sloi oil tlie pari oi i.uiiei u- in .i.r
. , ,
If Itnbe llenton had not loafed III go -
lug to second In the fifth inning the!
.......1,1 ),.,,-,. hull i. better 1'hllllcC I
to retrieve their sorry fortune. Stoclt
llelde.l ileorge llums's gtoiinder to Ms;
luitT for a force nut. Nlehoff dropped
tlie. tliinw, but I. covered It Just in time
to save himself an error.
NlehotT killed an extra base hit lh.it
.'....l.uh'u I... .,..rv low nf Kclenie
when lie leaned high for a wicked line
i,e ouvi.'i 'f -
drive In the tlfth Inning, it was a urn
Hunt play that was turned more through
gootl luiii than through good manage,
inent The heart breaking feature wus
that II a followed by Ileiilon's clean
BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT.
A 1 1 1 Naik pioved tonclevei for Young '
Otto In their ten round botll al the I
Fairmont A. C Nack won eveiy iniiuil.
Mel Coogaii easily nutpoiiiled Young
Franks In ten rounds at the Hroadwav
Sporting Club. In the fourth round Coo
gaii floored Franks foi the count of
: I ' a
, CUB, 5 gl'l i
, ii . 1 6i S &
Brooklyn. . ' io " "1 4 1 J M M f"
Philadelphia 4 1 I ! S 1 1 31 W .VIS
Boston. i 1 " 1 "i 11 j J '.) 57 ail
Nes York. . "4 1 1 4 J' 4 an .10 Attn
pitlsburs 2 I J I 7 J9, W .41
Chicago 2 2 3 3" 11 Sl'iM 4711
iSt 1.QUH, 3 3 3 0 ir' ao as'li
I 1 J I I .HI ..t
. .MM X 30 It 34 3 J. 2SO
as Rowdies in Stand Again
ond. It was a strikeout due. so far.
Myers in the second and third fanned
four New Yorkers. The first hit off
Myers was a line single by Ollhoolsy tn
the fourth. It led to a run. High sacri
ficed. Pack singled to short and Ollhoolsy
came In from third on Plpp's long fly to
Troubles came thick and fast for the
Yanks In the home fourth. First Bchang
singled. Then Plpp handled Mclnnls's
sacrifice In bungling fashion. Next Plpp
muffed llussell's throw of Walsh's sacri
fice. That filled the bases.
Srkaas; Canvht at Plats.
Howe hit to Ciedeon. who got Hchahg
at the plate. Russell made a booby
play on Meyer's tap. I(e picked up the
ball and threw It nowhere, allowing
Mclnnls to scote. Oilhuoley, like a bull
In a china shop, crashed Into Magee ntid
made him drop a fl. Walsh scored
I.awry singled and brought In two more.
Four runs was the grist from this night
Magee In the fifth, despite personali
ties yelled at him by the choice spec!
mens In the upper grand stand, tripled
to right, lie scored on nil out, and Cald
well, batting for Itussell, got around on
a force, (lllhooley's hit and Walsh's
error on same.
Jimmy Uuggan. the Ynnkees's trainer,
created a diversion by comlntf Into the
stand to do battle with an abusive spec
tator. He was headed off by ushers
without doing any damage. This abu
Hive spectator, who looked the part, had
been riding Donovan. He went down
Malrs. took a scut behind the New Y"'!i
bench and Invited Donovan out. 'Hie
New York manager accepted the chal
lenge, whereat his courageous challenger
vanished In a hurry.
Magee batted Haker home In the sixth
after H.iker had doubled with two out.
This pair of hits tied the score. Magee
made a brilliant onehanded catch fram
Walsh's bat In the eighth and shut off
a three base lilt.
He bunted safely In the ninth after
little t.awry had clung on to linker's liner
and reached third on a steal and an
error. Oedeon fanned lamely, missing
n rich chance to do something, but a
healthy two bagger by Nunamaker
fetched in Magee. The score
NKW YOItK (A. I..) ' I'HILA (A M
... . sbrhpael ab r h p a e
Si"! it'Tf-"'. i ? ? ? "I'-owr jr.:b 401 1 JO
Peckt'ah.M 40 1 2 4 0 Mrunk.cf
i I'lnti.lb. JOfti: 1 ll!chaii-.lf
pker.Jh. 41 1 J sjIMelnniaib
j J.j J J ''
1 Nuna'kcr.c 30 1 : :o'Meyer.o
. Russell, p 100 0 ;oMers'p
ioo ; :o
40 1 t no
401 1 oo
J 1 1 Ji tt
310 : o:
3ti o :o
3i: i :i
4oo o :o
C.ildsell t I 0 0 oo!
Motrldje.p :oc. o jo Totals
.si i ;
' i; 4
Totals ...338 4 s; IT 3l
Mlattrd for Russell In Ihe fifth innlpr
New York n n o 1 : o o 1-8
Phllaitelphta 00040000 04
Flrat base on errors-New York. 1: Phila
delphia. 3. Ifl nn bases New York. 4:
1'lilla.lelphla. . First base on balls Off
Russell. off Mrers. j struck out-Ily
Russell. 4: br MorHdge. br Mrers. .
Three base IU1 Maiee Two base tilts
Haker. Nunamaker. Sacrifice hits Hlah. Klnr.
Mrlnnls. Walsh. Meyer. .Sacrlflce Ity Ilt.n.
Stolen bases -Macee. Strunk, Wild pitch
Russell HHs-Off Russell, i in four Innlnis:
off Morridre, : In fire inninra. Earned
runs Oft Mrers. 4. t'moire In ehief-IIilde.
brand Field umpire O'Lout-hhn. Time
I hour and 45 minutes.
Games in the Two
Standing of the Clubs
Sen York. 5; Philadelphia, 4.
Washington, 4, Doalon, I
fhtcagn. , Detroit. 0.
Cleveland, 1; St. Louis, 4 (eleven
IIKTAII.KD STANDIM; 4IF Tlir. Cl.l'Ili.
ii ?n sail
.17 vt ..vtnj
.il 211 .110,
3.1 ,10 .VIS
.14 31 .12.1
34 3.1 M7
17 44 ,7,
Games lost....l;g;i'-s jq 3I 4i 1 1
St l.ouls In Cleveland.
Detroit In Chicago.
RECRUIT WINS THE GAME.
O-nrlen's Sin,,,, Knhle. VlrHtrm ,
nest Reds br Score of 3 to 1,
l INCINNATI. July 1 llttHhur tooli
e heeond . 1,1.1.1 . . e looi.
the fceoon.l " ' '"""urf
11,. V " ' same or the sorlen
from the N.,i. ...i .... L . l" erir,
, . ' -.. i.j- n. score of 2
1 ,. i 7 , l:arey' acr.
(Ice mill n bIk.u ....
..... : "v
,vii.i . . " a recruit named
--..i.t,, cuieu uie winning tallv In 11
njnih. "oth Ki.etr.er and Mamaux were
' 0'"'. The score:
P1TTSDURC, (.v t,.( CINCINNATI iv' 1
sbrh Pe; sbrh'na
o iii-fe'n rf' 101 oo'hr.yL'h:- 1," "
..aorr,aa . Ill 3 3 0Fiaher,ss 4ni ! ,
, ClX'fn ' ' JJf , f?S!Sh,r 10 ,, SS
' Vta'rd.ib..' 200 J in S'r VmV'r r 1 '
. ., v v iv tj iliMe.ilM ... .1-. '
oairo.jo.. 300 0 1 n flrifnih rf 5''' 1
(llhaon.c... :oo a 4 n!Wt 5oe iS? ?'
Msmsui.p. 3 1 3 1 , , Molji,'. '
l.,.,,j- . . "0
:2.27 sn'K..;;;":-" "
20 0 n ao
hatted for Neale In ihl",!?,!:,.
' 13 ll
I'lll . . '""
a i .. " " i
u i n n ,i ,
mi .r, aitisn -el
"iio -Mamaiu s.icriii.v lilt. (iP1,, :,,
,: - -e. ,iume ttm vv.iliisi . '
JW' "...chuiai, u L'."
sjstedl .struck out ity
tt. .. ... . . --....ti,.iia;
V" '" r.-, - . Hr.t base on ball. V ,V" .'. '
,,; , ,, noeirer. i llinpire ui iiief-iViX .'
' I".. ..MlllSltll -11.1- I . '
Tune I hour Xd .
l.e.f, 1.1,1,1, W(h HMMrr(li
, iohonto, July I. Toiout,, H1 ,,,,,,
'w opllt even on the holiday bill t.
I '' The Leafs won the first nn,..
, hy a score of 4 t :', while the IocoIh , ,,
I ,e?e'.. . tlU"oi ufialr by .1 ,
'The Hustlers wop the morning g, ,, i
tho first Inning op Hue- basea l,n I ,itu
from Mo'risrli.. .. n.l ....... ."" '""
, - - lu iniieid mis
i no second game
was won n
ninth. The scores;
Rochester. . .JOnoiooon ,
IPes-n.l, al V
lisiie, Munnlnn, llerl.e, t ami KelV, ll
II... l.-.l-r - - - - . .
r. . ii ii i n n I At
0 n n o ti . -Hitler
and Case) Smicker"
I'ncc .ininVniis to Sun.
REPAIRS BV EXPERT MECHANICS
Tlis Brunswick. Halke-rnllender Ce..
tl to 15 Weil 3td St., Near Oroadwsy,
xoTHi tnrouE beats biowim,
With Basss Vail 1st Klcrenth !
cores Wlstnlac Has (or ClsvelansU
Ci.kvklanu, July 1. Bobby Itoth's
single In the eleventh Inning gave the
Indians a D to 4 victory over the Ilrowns
to-day, with one out In the eleventh
and two on base Speaker was purposely
passed to get a chance at Roth, who
Jiad gone hltiess In Ave trips to the
plate. He singled. Coveleskle started
tho rally which netted the victory
with a single. The score s
ST. LOUIS (A. L.) I CLEVELAND (A. L.)
ibrhpir ati r h p s e
8hotton.lt.. 3 3 2 0 0 Drsney.lf.... 6 2 2 4 00
Auatln.Sb... 412 1 1 0 Chapoisn.se. 4 01 0 1
Tobiti.rr.... 401 1 0 1 spewrr.ci,..
atwaker.cf ... 10 2 7 0 0
msltr.tb..., 4 1 1 10 00
Pr.tl-b... tOO S It
Hmli rf SOI A 0 0
Osndll.Ib.,.. Si: 00
Msrisna.cf. 101 I 10
V - -.. u A A A 1 1 ft
Howard. 20.. 40 2 1 3 0
Evsni.tb.... 1 1 I 2 0
S.v.relflc . g0 0 I 1 0 O'Neill. p
nil a 0
200 0 20
000 0 00
Ilamlllon.p. 2 0 0 0 1 OIBsgby.p..
rsrs.p oov v lvniepier.p.
00 0 0 OO'Hmtth 000 0 0 0
. 100 1 oorusier im 0 00
Coveleikle.p 211 0 2 0
.17 4 Jt 11 2)
I Totala ...42 13 .IS 12 1
Ratted for Klepfer In the sixth Inning
tBstled for Smith tn the sixth Inning
St. Louis OOlOIOOOOr) 0-4
Two bsse hits Krsna. O'Neill. Oandll, Aus
tin. Tobin. Sacrifice hits Austin. Chapman,
I. avail. Tobin, Howard. Stolen tusrs -sisler,
Chapman, Orsney, Speaker Klrst bas on
balls-Off Uagby. 3: oft Hamilton, 1: oil park.
2! off Plank, 1. Struck out By Klepfer. I, by
Park, l: by liank. 2; by Coveleskle. 1 Double
play Marsons and slsler. Umpire In chief
Dlneen. Kleld nmplre-Chlll
STAR ON BALL FIELD
Powder Puffs An- Itroutrlit
Out nf Tliinl Hasp Hpforp
(In It 1 1 11 IIoiup.
rr.PAr.tiinsT. I.. L, July I Latllrs'
day at the Itockaway Hunting Club
proved a big success. This day Is a fix
ture with the club. The women have
full sway and men nro not allowed to
take part In any event except the dinner
at night and the dance that follows.
The great event of the day, however,
was a ball game between the Whites
and the Tllues, teams composed entirely
of women on the main polo field. The
bases were the full distance, and the
umpire took no chances whatever with
having her life endangered n she was
also one of the women of the club.
The Whites proved the best sprinters
and thereby wop the game by n score
of 17 tn 7 Tli, e.ttia ,,,,. nln...1
gamo was over nnd others
stepped In n,l took their places.
The women had no trouble tn hitting
out the ball when it was pitched, and
they ran for first base as il ., igh tl ,
lives depended on It Powder i.u(T :
came In hnndv at third base. wher.. ml.
Justments were made before the final
111 me miiiuie 01 the contest. It was
finally thought bet tn have a man for
nn umpire, as many complicated plavs
came up. Arthur Pearce qualified os
the bravest man In Itockaway and put
himself In line for n bravery medal. He
did the besj he could, and that was a
b!g day's work. ftcr the ir-ime the
women retired to the cluhhou .e, where
luncheon was served,
Those who took part In tlie game were :
Whites .Mrs. M. I,. Hcrrlck. Mrs. C. I..
Merrill, Miss Francke. Miss White. .tr
(leorge 11. S.iiiford, Mrs. J. C. Oreenle.if.
-ir.s. it. 11. names. .Mrs. A. ;. Kerr.
Miss Itnthborne. Mrs. U 11. nillman.
Mr. H. P. Madden .md Mr. I.eon.iril
.sulllvau : ltlues Mihh Alice Thayer. Mrs.
o itcK incser ( captain). -Mrs. ll. v. Par
wer. Miss Mllllcent Almy. Miss Sautters,
-vtrs. 11. 1. , ritricker, Mrs. T. It. William.-.
Mrs. John P. Kine. Mrs. I-awrenc
tlreer. Mrs. 1. II. Olney, Jr., Miss Stiv-
enson and Mrs. Oeorge Von t'tassy.
There were also .1 tennis mmtch nnd
golf game for the women. The dinner
nnd reception were attended by more
than 200 persons.
I'nullst C. nines This flernoon.
The Paullst Athletic Club will hold it
members' gntnes this afternoon at Celtic
I'ark in connection w th the Cl.irenien h
Associations annual picnic Tlie three
mile open run has drawn the following
entries II. Mclllmi, P.nillM Club.
Pores and Kyronen, Mlllrose A A. , Pat
Klynii. Irish American A C Charley
de Stefano, Or.nnam Lew llevdet,
Mornlngslde. and Fred Trav elnija, " Mo
hawk A. C
IIuIThIii 1'oiilliiuea tn I Hmli.
Miis;tiiv.i Jit.' 1 It.lffi.lr. ...... t.A.l.
CJldK nf It. .Inllhtu hen.tee fi....i .1
tills nfleeoonn 'I'tw, fl. :.i.. ,. .
lded. the Wmim winning by a score of
7 to I. The i-ccond score was S to T
Tlie score .
FlltST OA Mr;
n H k.
n u rr .in i c o i n o n n 7 11 1
llaiierl-s Knirel and i)nson Kullertnn
flurralo 0 0 n (i a s 1 a
Mnntrea' 1 D J 1 1 0 n 1 n ;
flatteries Vnderson and Onslow, flood
hred and Hawier.
-.,.- i.i.n mi.-
San Antntilo, C; tteauninni, 1
Port Wnrlh. flirevepnrt, 1
llntiston. 2. (lalveslnn, 1
VVacn. . Dallas, .1
South Atlantic lysine,
Cnlunihla, I, Charleston. S
.tacksonl llle, 7; Augusta. 1
Mnntcnmery. ti I'lilnintnis
Macon, 4i Albany. 2
Memphis. 3; Atlanta. 2
New Orleans. 4, Utile Itiv Ii 1
I.UUr Dock, e. lllriiiliiRh.iiii '
I n ii 1 n tt-1
Mnhlle, 3: Clnttnniiops. ?
Chattnnno-a, MoMle ?
Western Asso, Ullun.
Tulsa ( Oklahoma "Itv '
Sherman, 1. I'nrls, 1
tienlson, t:. l'..rt smith '
MeAeter 4, Vluskogee 1
. I'lirismoiitlt. I i flrai
.1 Portsmouth, :'
S'nrfiilk. 0 inrsi Riini..!
Itnckyniiitini, 1 (s.-ennd
I'eterslniri 5 (flisi
I'elersliiirit 0 IseiOIld
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S PACIS S.'iksi CASH VU
I N l KlliS: Chappie. Coiist.ini. (..irroll, kuhs, lip ,
oth'.'r world faiuotis drivers.
$5,000 MATCH RACE 10 MILES
World's Fastest Two Automobiles
sl'NIIKAM l3e)l. wiirld'sris-nrdcar' driven liv deo Vil.iin
MSItCKDKS. a:, II I',, driven hv (ieo. T Thcokild
'.'nil m fill at '.' :in I'. M Sharp
RODMAN LAW & SUFFRAGETTE
TO DYNAMITE A BALOON
Wan .nul (iirl to Nnw lo I v.ipe In
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Sheepshead Bay Speedway
JULY 4 2P0;Lr
viliiilssinn, '..i . l.rand siaml Inilnillna Vdinl..on ..n
Hoi heals i Im lulling silniLUini , ,
DODGERS DROP TWO
GAMES TO BRAVES
Suiicrior llitlhift' Wins PlrM
and Fii'ldhifr Slips Koi itlp
Second K neon 11 lor.
DOUBLE SOJ KMK W0HK.S
Boston, July l.- 'thc llr.ive had .
knockout punch reserved for to-d.,)',
double header and tlu-y used It upon th.
Dodgers. They took the first game. ;
to sj, by reason of many sturdy bl0,
with the war clubs and forced their 01
poncnts to take n 2 to 0 count ,n the
second. Uolh the locals' rum in tl,e a,,
ond gumc wsn-o the result nf mispl,iy
There, were several 111111su.1l r, .Iture
In the afternoon's exhibition, in ih
first place, It wns the finest u either nf
the season, and the tittcnilain e u.is t'u
largest yet seen lure. The paid i,dn,..
slotiH were :o,r,42, making the t,,i,,i . .
the series 3(i,r,8, and the receipts I..,
Then there teas a double plav whsr.
Mnranvllle vviih c.iuglit 01T f r -t 1M
)hcn Kvers fanned, and a Muec.. pi,
on which two llraves crossed the put.
Hunt Menila In Tint It 11ns.
In the sixth Inning Collins re 1 ,.,
tirst on Mowi-ny's fumble ami M,,
scratched H hi". Konetchy popKs 1
PfelTer and Smllh hit tn third, til,, . .
the bases The slirnal vv.i L-nr..
wiueeze wffsiiidgrass eiin.. 11;.
ci me nrst nail pas.-.. Inn !. , .
began tu wind 1111 for tl, ,.1..., .
Ilns slarteil from third, .I.irc. rr
ond anil Smith from llrsi si
bunted In frnnt of tlio plate ;u,.l c
lllis scored ntuiosi s,,., ... i.r.
picked the ball up. Alng,.,. ,-.. llk
down the linn and scored In r.irr t'ui .
could return the tliri.H. w lit, h r..!,r
the hatter. .Smith in,,1,. n,.r, ,
Play, Thee two tallies put the lira
In the lead, and during the -even'h 11,
put two more over on tun -.i.irles
sacrifice and a Imse on li.ill-
.Shervvooil Mugen had .ilnne" ., i,e
feet day. He tinnl,. siv si,,,.i. 1
double In eight trips tn th,. pi,,:',
shies milking several til itrlic
Tlie visitors cluiin-.t lt ii ui.n. v .
Tom Hughes vv.is on th,. i,,u,,, j,
first run was iltj.j to two slngl.-. 11.. I
error by Collins, nurli.g the tifih I
nlng Pfeffer singled S.tli nn,. g..
vva forced bv .fnhnt .1. ...
scratched n hit ami -':..i.. 1 .1. .... .
Illiel 1 n. ,
J " . "r ' ' ''" "
Hiighes 11 tseil 11V , ,1 ' "' '"
. 2 ? Uc' ' Ah"i
C"' " ,,,fn tw" '' "
It huh 11 llicels Mni-iiiiiiril.
j There was plenty of class 1 1 the r t -
. .n. in me eeconu game, lint Italian
loiisiuernwe on .Marquaril at II1.1' It
allowed the IoilgMH only two sue...
2",.0ne ";,f', '"Cldentally he had ....
bri lant support The I tube did ni'c v
well also. Magee was 111- ..til- p.r...-,
v ho hit him up to theeevcuth, wn, n .n ,1
grass got a single. There w.,s .1 p, . j.,a
Play In that session. Konetchv i-.'-.d
and In dropping his bat uru. k'ih. ,.,.
adding to Its momentum, and beat t'.
throw. There was a great how'.-H
and finally Manager Itobln-wiV
ments prevailed and Konetchy 1- ,l.
dared out fur Interference.
The lt.thl.lt started the eighth in- Ivr.
with a slncle t Olson. Hvers Ininted m
Mnwrey a.x Maranville il.nhed f..r -.. .
ond. Instead nf throwing tn limi,
Mike Meppcd hack and tagged the I', th.
lit us he tried to make third. ti
Patrick tiled tn Stingrl, but Mace. i
Johnny on third with a liner tn left .' '
a passed ball let him score the llrM 1 .
Magee taking second. Kmietchv li'ii.l .1
high one to .lohneton .md tlie' l..i ' J
from his glnve. Magee crossing' '.
plate. The score
IlltOOKI.VN IN 1.1. IIOS.TON i.V I
ah r h p j e ;,b r ,,
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" J 1 : 1 " Colliu'.'rf' ' li
; .' ..'".'.';.!"".' " '" :i. 11.ee 11 . 4 1
.Moure cm. mi n ;. 1 l ... ...
,,., " 2" ' 1 4 0 niiiii,3ii .. mi
... ... . ., ...mi. i. iij ,,u j ,1
ii M.ir.i.ss,. .inn 11 ;u sni,,.r Cf s ; ..
.Vlejers.,... 4 110 5 . ifjim.lv . ' in
i,l,'r'.lI' " i 0 1 ' UlUhes 11, .10 0
Mitarth. 100 0 0 0 tCoimoiu ion
Total. 54iMw;Xllen.. sV
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I lllatted for Ilu.-hes , the tlltli iniun;
i llriinklyn n : n
llosinn u o ,
I ..Tw" ''.ISe lilt
.len-l m ...
m.ov.111 j n
.. '.. V. . lit .11
i i.iir.u letizet
.- Harass .Mar.inv 1 lie s.,crltl,-.. ll. M .
'llle Pmijile pl.ij.Meels and l. ,
l'."5i''r. !"n."n U H base, llriii.
5 "nslotl, j. Klrst luse nn hall-.-Otf CI.
V;i."1'll":1""' !:.nlt Kenli.i. h :. nil A .
Struck nul-Hy Pteffer, -.; bv lluclie. i
S'""'; Ifl'y Allen 2 i'mnire h -hason.
Vield iinipiie-O'li i, 'lime-: h..,r.
and IT minutes
imoOKI.YNN I.. llll.sTON , V '
, , . ah r h p ,i e .,'r i. .
Johnst'n.ef 1 " o . ni.MaranVe.ss i
Kailhert.lh ion n o Hi ers "h f
lr"cr,i.' ' "(' nlllllvrf li. i
Whe.il.lf . .i i ,i Kiirpnt'k.rf k '
vinwicy."h o n .evias.eif I i
('iish:tw..li 3HO 1 l o Konetchr.ih i
ill.im ... -no j jn smith si!
tiler . 3 0 1 s lOSiriltn.-c l .
Mariiurd.p COO n lOtinitdir
'.MiS'.irlliy inn .) A e Ua.-.u'ip ,
Total. ...ic;i ii Tnt.il.
lUtleil for .Manimnl in the n nth r
llosinn it ii a o ii , . v
KTlllee hit- Kier- lioiibie pi n 1 .
Maranville nml Kimeieliv yli ...
Ilrinikln, ?: Hii.tnn jHi-t
errors llrnnkljn. ; Ho. inn, i y .
on h.dls-on Marini int. .! nil It ,. ,
Struck out-Ily M.iriin.iril, . bv I; .
t miure in ihief il'lin p.i,i , Ts
Kison Time- I hour and r.i inn. itr-
nrcHtklio AniHleiir lenane
Yesterdaj's Itesii i
Trlnity Club. 9. Central vi .
Knlchls nf rit Antony 1.'. 1'
Aurora Marine .md j'lsi, , (
T Cousins , II . :.
STANlUNi! OP Till: i ' ' '
tviiialits nf St Antonv
I'fiitral Y. M. ( ,
Aurora M. and P Chili
Trinity Club . .