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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 1916.
McGraw's Men Do Dodgers Good Turn, but Robbie's Hopefuls Nullify the Aid by Dropping a Game in Boston
MGAN, IN BOX AND
AT BAT, HELPS TO
Pat Gets Three Hits and Out
pitches Marqtiard, Braves
Winning Hy 5 to 1.
SI'PERBAS OPEN LONG
HOME STAND TO-DAY
Bostok, Sept. 11. To-day was a red
letter day In the annals of our1 great
nntlonnt frolic. In the annals of the.
Hngan family, especially, It will go down
ns the day of days.
For not only did Patrick Don Carlos
Hagan, the esteemed Mexican toreador,
make one hit but lie piled two other
blngles on top of It! I'at an
nually harvests n crop of about
two blngles and when he accom
plished the extraordinary feat of manu
facturing three count 'cm. one two
three hits on the one and same after
noon It was no wonder that seven per
rons In tho Brand stand fainted and a
bleacherlte threw a fit. ""
In addition to poling out a trio of
thumps Patrick Don Carlos pitched a
hangup game In the box, outtwirllng tho
eminent Reuben de Mnrquard de Mar
quis and enabling Huston to achieve a
6 to 1 victory over the Dodgers.
The Dodger defeat prevented the
Superbas from making a clean sweep of
the present series, but with the scalps of
three out of four gamcs'wlth the Braves
dangling from their beltit the Superbas
left here this evening for dear old Kbbets
yield a highly elated crew.
Last Game on the Road.
To-day's game not only signalled the
last appearanae of the Dodgers this
eason In Uoston unless the Superbas
nnd tho Ken Sox should get Into the
world's series but also was Brooklyn's
last road game of the year. To-morrow
at Ebbets Field. Brooklyn, the Superbas
will clash with the Pintles In the first of
twenty-five home games. In which all
loyal Brooklyn rooters hope to see their
pets draw away and clinch the National
Only for the Boston battery Mar
guard might have got away with to
day's game. Hankorlous tlowdy went
his boxman one better and added four
hits. Including two doubles, to Pat's
threo singles, the Uoston battery manu
facturing seven of their tram's total of
eleven hits. Bagan pitched glittering
ball and dowdy caught him to perfec
tion. And Hankorlous was there .with
the eagle eye Hnd the good right arm
when It came to throwing to bases, not
a single Dodger being allowed to steal a
Ragan only allowed five scattered hits.
He Issued three passes. Brooklyn saved
Itself from being blanked In the seventh
when Olson laced a liner to centre and
rode home astraddle of Chief Meyers's
wale of a wallop to left. The Chief,
who Is about as speedy as a slow freight
with the asthma, madn two baes on the
blow, so all hands can Imagine that the
thump was a regular man size one.
Wheat Still Brltlasr Ball.
Ooe of the five hits the Dodgers har
vested off ltagan was a single to centre
by Buck Wheat In the sixth Inning. It
kept up Buck's run of consecutive game
hitting. Wheat now has Injected one
or more blngles Into twenty-three
Up to the eighth Inning tho game was
a thrilling pitchers' battle between Mar
qunrd and ltagan. The Braves got a
run In the third and the Superbas tied
It up in the seventh, only to have Bos
ton bag a bird In their half of that
frame and get back their one run lead.
The Braves lit on Marquard like a par
cel of wildcats In the eighth and put the
gamo on Ice.
Tho eighth epistle opened with lied
Smith getting a life on Mowrey's fumble.
Marquurd walked Magee. Kgan drove to
Marquard, who threw to Mowrey, forcing
Bmlth. Uowdy cliu- the moment as op
portune to Inseit a dotlWo to left, scoring-
Magee and Kgan. Hasan beat out n bad
bounder to Olson, putting Hank on third.
Bnodgrass slammed n single to left, ccnd-l
lng In Gowdy. Itngan stopping lit sec-1
ond. Fitrpatrlck (lied to Stengel, Hasan
racing to third after the catch. On an I
attempted double steal Pat was killed at'
uie piate, Meyers to, uison to Meyers.
Pat and Hank Open Up.
It was Ragan and tlowdy that played
the most prominent part In the Boston
run which broke the scoring Ice in the
third innlns. With one down In that
frame dowdy larruped a double Into
Buck Wheat's beat In the port pasture.
Thereupon Hagan dumfounded all hand
by getting' his semi-annual hit, a-elushlngl
ingie over secona, wmcn pushed (lowdy
cross tho platter. Ragan held second
when Snodgrass pushed a one timer to
centre. Fitzpatrick smashed Into a
pretty double play, Olson, Cutshaw and
Brooklyn tied the scorn on Olson's
single and Chief Meyers's long double In
the first part of the seventh only to have
the Braves break the deadlock In their
half of tho Inning. Kgan singled. So
did Dowdy. So also did Ragan, adding
Insult to Injury. The runners held their
bags when Johnston got Snodgrass'a fly
In short centre. Fitzpatrick drove to
Daubert nnd Jake threw out Kgan at the
plate. Blackburn, hatting for Wltholt.
singled to left, scoring Dowdy, Hasan
nnd Fitzpatrick languished when Ko
netchy forced Blackburn at econd. The
BROOKLYN (X ) UOSTON (N,l
ah r h o ir ah r li o ae
Johnstone! 5 1 n 4 0 I) 1'rraas of.., ioj 0 00
lUuberl.tti 300 'jn'Fitr'ni'k.tb 50 1 2 JO
Steintel rf . 401 : OAltVllhnlt.rt,,, 500 1 0 0
iVhent II I 1 0 lTolllnn.rf.. 00 0 fl 00
Cntshtw li 4 DO 5 SO'Kunetehy.lb 40 0 H to
!Mnrcv.rli. 4 00 3 : l'-inillli.Sli,,., .100 4 10
Olson.. ,311 - 3 llMszer.lt,.,, 3 1 0 0 0 0
Meyeis.c. 3 0; s I OIKs-iin s,. .,4115 43
Maruu.iril.il S 0 0 0 1 A'fSnarUr.c,,., 4 3 4 C 5 0
MerUe..,, too o onlHuaiip 403 0 4 0
tO'Mara.,,, 000 0 0 Oltlliaikburn. lot 0 0 0
Totl.. 31 1S 5111 3 Totals.. 17515 5715 3
llattid fr Mariiuaril In the ninth Inning.
Man for Meiers In th" ninth Inning
tHatteil for Wllhr.lt In the serenth Inning.
Tnokl)rii, ,, 0 ft 0 0 0 0 t 0 01
Boston 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1-6
Two base Mta-llimiljr (5). Meyer, Double
lilay-Olmiii, Cutshaw mil nnuhert, ).eft nn
l.sses llronl)n, ; llutiin, 1, rirnt base i.n
rrurs )lrwikln, li lloafnn, li,,,., 1,-11,,
4)n Maniuanl, 3: off Uavan, 3. Ilila anil I
a r,,,l run,, fT lla,.,,-l ki. ,4 '
Innings; on" tlaiian, lilts r,. ruin 1 In 9 n.
nlnga. Htrurk out-lit- Maru.uaril, 3; l.r
ltagan. 4. Umpire Messrs. Klein anil Lmslio,
Time of (lino-I hour ami 35 minute.
IllnKhamlnu Scores Over National
Leajcnrraj by a l to B Tally.
UlNniiAMTON, N, Y Sept, 11, The
Pittsburg Nationals to.d.iy drnpped off
here for an exhibition game with the
Mlnghumton club of the New York State
League and the locals won by 0 to 5,
Tho Hlngns bunched hits off Scott
In the sixth Inning and won. The score:
lllnfhamlon.. , 10300300 x s ';' 'i
I'ltlaburc 1'3 0 0 0 1 0 0 06 15 0
Mattrrlrs Sherry. I'rorlt nj Muriiliy:
Hcott, Orlion and FlaUtr.
Results of a, Bay Make
. Flag Struggles Tenser
Defeat of Brooklyn and Philadelphia Adds Zest to Na
tional Battle All American Con
tenders Win How They. Stand.
As the six pennant contenders In the
two majoi learues are dashing down the
homestretch It Is Interesting to noto that
tho rltuatlona in both major leagues art
very much iimllar. In each circuit the
leading ten.n U a gamo and a half ahead
of tho second club, though In the Amer
ican League only two games separate the
llrbt three teams, while In tho National
there Is a difference of three and a half
games between the leader and the third
With tho exception of the Boston Red
Sox, World's Champions of 1910, and the
pace setters In the American League, all
of the five contenders Detroit Tigers,
Chicago White Sox, Brooklyn Superbas,
Phillies and Boston Bwves are about
to begin long stays ut their home
grounds, which will last until practically
the end of the season, The season still
has three and a half weeks to go.
In the National League yesterday's I
games helped to tighten the race, as a
Brooklyn victory In Boston would have I
put the Superbas two and a half games
uhead of Philadelphia and five and a 1
ll 0 1 f nhaa.1 nt 11n.nn Th- Vnllnn.t '
League leaders this morning stand as
Won. Iat. r IMsteTl.
nrooMrn. ...... .12 .391 J.
rhllailelphla... 73 A3 .MS 3A
Bo.ton 11 M .311 IS
The three National League contenders
TANNED BY TIGERS
Boohling nnd Gould Are Hit
Hard, A Iiilo Dauss Is a I
Cleveland, Sept. 11 (American).
Detroit turned the tables on Cleveland
to-day, winning by 9 to 1. TUusi was a
puzzle throughout, while HoeMIng hnd
Gould were hit hatd. Penner, a recruit
from Marshalltown, Iowa, did the best I
work of Cleveland's four pltohsrs.
Hcllmann, who substituted at first base
for Detroit, made three singles, a doublo
and a triple In live times at bat. The
CLEVELAND (A I DETROIT (A.)
Mrwller.lf.. 4 00 3 0 v.Vilt.3b 311 ; 5 0
Turnrr.Jb.. 415 1 3Cjlluah 5 35 1 3 0
?leler,cf 4 01 i oo'obb.if 5 1 5 3 0 0
Knih.rl. ... 4 00 1 00Vfarli,lt.... 13 ; 00
Kara';h.5S 3 8 1 2 T 5 t-'rawlsrirf 15 1 J 9
W.imb'a.aa. 3 00 4 1 0 llFilm'n.lb. C 1 5 11 10
fiulato.lb... 3 0 0 14 1 0 Youni.Sb... 50 1 5 10
O'Nelll.e... 301 1 1 0 Siiemrr.c. .. 4 13 3 -'0
lloehllnr.p. 00u 0 I 0 UiU,p 5 Oil 0 4 0
Penner.p... 000 0 1 0 Total. It 150
Klepfrr.p... 0 0 0 0 0 01
'(lanilil 10 1 0 din
tt'hapman. 100 0 00
tUeriman.. 100 0 0 0
Totla....sI 1 57ii: 3
llatttil for llorhllnc In thi- Ihlr.l Innlnc
Tiianen ror iouiti 111 ine auin innmc.
lllittrd for'I'rnner In the rlKhth Innlnc.
Detroit 00411300 1-9
Cltii'land 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two be hits Cobb, Vesch, Hctlmsn. Three
haae hlta Mprncrr, Urllmaa. 8tulrn lafa
Vitt (5), t'olib, lldlman. SarrlAre tilt-Danta.
Left on baafi-Cleveland, 4: Detroit, 11. Klnt
baae on error Driroll, 1. Vutt on balla Oil
Ifiiftilinr, 5; uflr ilould, 2; off lYnner, 3: rr
Klipfer. 1; off Uauaa, 1. Jilt and tarntil
ruin. On llwhllnf, hlta 4, runa 3 In 3 In.
nlnri I off llnuM, 7 anil 4 In 3 Inning : oft
1'cnnrr, 3 anil none In 2 Inning ; off Klrpfer,
1 anl lion In 1 liintiii: off Dauaa, 4 anl 1 In
9 Inning. Mrurk out 1 I'rnnrr, 1 : hf
nan, 5 l'nerl hall O Nnll Dmnirea
Mira. wrn amt Dlnoen. Time of gautt 1
hour ani U minutes.
EASY DAYS FOR YANKEES.
Idle Yesterday and ThU Afternoon
They first Attain.
The Yankees Idled nwuy' yesterday 1
Inasmuch as Connie Mack had moved
forward yesterday's scheduled game nt
Khlbo Park to take a mld-ieason barn
storming trip. They have another
chance to tnku life easy to-day as It
Is an off day nn Donovan's schedule.
Harry Sparrow tried to find ime work
for the boy for these two days but
could book no exhibition games on such
A few of th" players watched the
(Hants torment the Phillies on the Polo '
Grounds, but they had to get away
early as thc team left for Detroit at 6
o'clock. Detroit Is the first stop on the
trail, and though nothing would suit
Donovan better than to see hla old pal .
and manager Hughle Jennings win the
pennant Wild Bill will give the Tigers i
the best he has. I
There was considerable feellnrr In Bos-
ton last year because the Tigers ate up 1
the Yankees In every rerles, while the
Yanks took thc year's series from the I
Bed Box. Especially was 1)111 criticised j
In Bcanbnrough because he started a
game agnlnst the Tigers. For that rea
son Donovan wants to play as hard
agnlnst the Tigers ns his team recently
did against Boston, hut ns Bill re
cently remarked, "I don't unden-tand It,
but somehow or other the Yankees al
wuys play worse against Detroit than
any other team In the league."
MoNTRRAL, Sept. 11. It is olllclally
announced by the president of the Do.
minion of Canada Football Association
that the International soccer gamo be
tween Canada and America will be
played at Pawtuckct, It. I., on October
28. Hoccer footballers throughout Can
ada have responded In Inrgc numhern to
tho call to the colors for overseas ser
vice, but In spite of the war American
fans can rest assured that eleven worthy
representatives of Canudlan soccer, wltn
two reserves, have been chosen for the
coming International game.
Minor League Reults. j
At Toledo It. II. K
Kanaua City ? 4
Toledo 5 10 5
llattorlea Crutcher anil llerry; Adam,
Mct'all iinii Well.
At Loulavllle It. II. K.
n, Paul 3 9 1
Loulavllle C 13 1
lutlerlea Nlehaua. tlpham anil Clemon;
I'ordue, l.u'iue anil Hilling.
At Indianapolis It. 11. 11.
Minneapolis 1 n
Inillanupnlls 5 7 o
llatlerles WlllUllia, Cushion, Owens:
I.anil, Kalkentierc and Helmut;.
At Columbus It. It. K.
Milwaukee 1 6 3
Columbus 5 7 2 .
Topeka, I; St. Joseph, ti.
All other games were postponed on ac
count of rain,
FaclOc Coast League.
Ko games were scheduled.
POST 8KA8ON HEItlES,
W.I P.O. W.I..P.C.
Portsmouth 1 0 l.OOOINewp't Nsws 0 1 ,000
will start a two weeks campaign against
thi rout 1. cond division teams from the
West. Brooklyn starts with Pittsburg,
going Better than any or the Westerners ;
the Phillies get St. Louis and the Braves
will try to get In the fight against the
Cubs. Htalllngs's team starts the last
sprint heavily handicapped, as both of
the members of his great second base
combination Kvcrs uml Maranvllle
are out of the game, as are pitchers
Hughes and N'chf. There also is fric
tion between Stalllngs and Rudolph, his
rtar pitcher. ,
In the American League, if Boston
does not falter too mucn In the West,
It should hold that gamo and n half
lead, as both Chicago and Detroit have
lost threo more games than Carrlgan's
team. All three contenders won yester
day, so the situation Is unchanged.
The three teams fighting tooth nnd
nail for the American League pennant
all have considerably less games to play
then the National League flag chasers.
The Boston Braves, for Instance, have
eleven more games to play than the De
troit Tigers. This Is due to the fact that
In the American League double hcadors
are cleaned up as quickly as possible
after the first trips. The American
League situation Is as follows;
Won. I-rxt. IT. l'lsyi-d.
no.tnn ;s an ..1st so
Detroit 7 An .Mm 17
t'lilrago 77 59 .308 II
FABER STINGY WITH
HIS HITS TO BROWNS
Holds Enemy to FiYc Scat
tered Blows, While White
Sox Score by 5 to 2.
Chicago, Bept. 11 (American). Ur
ban Faber held St. Louis to five scattered
hits to-day while Chicago bunched hits
off Koob, Urooin and Hamilton, and won
the second game of the series from the
Browns by 6 to I. The two runs made
by Fielder Jones's men were started us a
result of errors by IM.lle Collins.
The feature of tho game was a run-'
nlng catch by John Collins In the sixth
when he robbed Slslcr of what looked
like at least a triple. A lightning double
play by Terry, K. Collins and Ness then
retired the fide. The score:
ST. LOUIS IA.) I CIIICAOO (A.)
Shotton.lf. 3 10 1 0lJ Collins rf. S3! 4 0 0
Mlller.rf... 401 . 0 0 Weave r.ati. 4 IS I 3 0
MMer.lb... 40: 13 0 0IK Collin :t 5 1 3 3
Maraana.ef 4 0 0
Hartley. i'.. 4 00
4 OUai kaon.lt..
1 '.' 1
0 0 Terry... .
4 0 0 11
4 0 2 5
3 0 0 0
I.aan.aa... 3 1 1
Kflot) ) 00 0
Groom. p. ,. 0 0 0
Total 33 : S :t 14 1
liattr-l for Knot) In the third Innlnr.
tllattM for Hamlltun In the rlsuth Innlnc.
St. liuli 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 0-5
Chlrasi 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 16
Harrlflce hit Neaa, Wearer, Faler. Poulile
r'a.r Turr. U. Colllna and Neaa. Ift on
I n-i' Chlraeo, 12; St. Ioita, &. rirt iae
on rrrr-4'llrai:o, 2: SI. lmli, 2. llanea on
halU-orr I'alH-r. I: on Itatnllton, 1. illta ami
earneil run-()fr Koob, D anil 1 In 2 Innlnc:
on (IrooM, 2 anl I In none; off Hamilton, 6 ami
1 In 5 Innlnc; o(t Turk, none ainl none In t
Innlnz; oft l'iilr, 5 ami none In t Innlnc.
Mruik out lly Culler. 6; hv Hamilton, 3. trui
plrra ttr. I'onnolly and lllliletranl. Time
of cami1; hour,
CR0WELL WINS FOR BIRDS.
Pitches AlrllKht Hall, Destine
Providence by O to 2.
tlAi.TiMnnn. Sept 11 (International).
With Crowell holillnc ProvMenre to three
hits the Orioles began the final series of
tho season on the home grounds to-day
with a 6 to 2 victory. It was n pretty
hurling duel, with Billiard on the Provl
denco end until the eighth, wnen thc
locals tewed up matters. Hits by Bar
ber, Twnmbly nnd Hartr."U, an ertor ami
a sacrifice fly produced three runs. Hart
zell tripled with two on In this frame,
The score ;
HAI.TlMOrtE (I.) I PROVIDENCE ll.)
ah r h n a e' nli e h i a
nrtearf.... J12 0 OOjEarrri.rf, . 4 00 2 00
IIUMeU.lD. 4 0 1 14 0 0 Klhrlnno.M 3 0 t 0
HarbT.Sb.. 411 t S o rtehir.lt .... 210 t
Twim'v.of. 2 1 1 2 0onnlow.lh 3O01.'
Itirlrell.Ib 311 2 4 O'Tutw'ler.rt. 4tl 1
Kopf.a ... 3 00 3 5 2,llralnjril.3b 400 t
I.amnr.If... 4 1 2 2 0 llhein.:b.... 3 fl t 4
MeAvoy.e.. 20 0 1 lOEcsn.c 3 00 3
Crowell, p., no o 10lHllllant.il. J0 0
Totnl. ...Vl C 8 2T It 3 Total 2t 2 3 21 12
l'rorlilenee 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-2
r.nltllnnre .'. .00002013 1-4
Two baae hlt-llarler. Three b., hit llnrt
rell. Saerlnre hit -llartnll, Crowell, Me
Aror, Onow. XarrWre It' Knpf. Stolen
baaes Twombly.. llnte 2. MoAvoy, Double
t'lor Ilsrtrrll. Hopf amt Itixvll. Iln-e on
l.nll-)fr Cronell. 4: off lllltliiril, 4. Strnrk
out Hr llllllnnl. 3. Ift on bae I'rnTlilrnoo,
! lialtlmore, 4. I'mplre Mr. Cleary. Time
of came 1 hour anl 42 minute.
Coi.nRAno HrRt.vns, Col., Sept, 11,
The Wichita Western League baseball
team to-day was formally transferred to
Colorado Springs and the remainder nf
the games of the season will bo played
here. F. C. Kehrting, president of the
league, who Is here, nnnounced the
luigue will tnke nil risk In connection
with the venture. The Wichita fans did
not support the team there.
EVERS TO JOIN BRAVES.
Tiiot, N. Y Sept. 11. Although neu.
rltlH in his left arm precludes the possi
bility of Johnny Kvcrs'H playing at
present ho will Join tho Boston Braves
to-morrow morning, Kvera left to-night
In response to a telegraph summons from
nKBAI.I. TO.IIAY. KIUIKTN FIKI.I).
Hrooklyn s. l'lttaburr. 2 cainea, 1:30 I', M,
National and American League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES,
New York. 0 Philadelphia, 4.
Boalon, S Brooklyn, 1
riayed. Won. J,nit. r.C.
nrooklyn VM TI nil JM7
I'hlladrlplila. .. 12H 7.1 n --.su
Huston ISO 73 fit .171
.New York 1HH 114 113 .WIN
Pittsburg lilt 63 Ut) .473
Chicago 194 111 73 .4.S
St. I.oula...... lit 5 f)H 77 .430
Cincinnati 133 113 N3 .at)3
Cincinnati la New York (two).
Pittsburg In Hrooklyn (two).
Chicago la Huston (two).
8k Louis In Philadelphia, j
IN DOUBLE BILL
Misplays and Unsteady Titeh
ing Cost Indians Two
Games With Richmond.
SCORES ARE 4-3 AND 7-4-
International iMinr Result.
nichmniiil, 4: Newark, 3 (flrt).
ltldminnil, 7 j .Ni wark, 4 (wnnit)
tt.u.hal. " tl.tffaln 1 IIIP.11.
uuffam, a: iiiK'neaier, . iwTonu;.
Montreal, 3: Toronto, t.
Mtanrilng of the Club.
W. I. IT i
ItnRaln M .S-Mlllsltlmore.. ,.
Providence... "3 t M" Itlchmoml
Toronto 73 B) .SIAiltochraler
Montreal.,., u C3 .6I Newark
W t. PC.
M it 'Ml
CI si .31
(tames .irhrduled for Tfl-iU.T.
Nr-warx In niriimnnil.
Toronto In Montreal.
ltuffalo In it heater.
lTurlilenre in lialtlmore (two),
IttciiMOND. Vn.. Sept. 11. The New-
ark Indiana he noil Richmond start Its
final home week of the season In a blaxo
of glory to-day by meekly submitting to
a double defeat by scores of 4 to 3 nnd
7 to 4. The Indians did not fall without
n struggle, but misplays nnd unsteady
. 1 I, t
pitching materially helped the home
squad to both victories.
Wilkinson pitched a clever game for
son pltchea a clever game iur
In the opening contest, but
, , .. , ... ..., .,,.
1 In the eighth Inning, when
Hlrhmond pushed ncross a pair or runs,
overcoming the lead held by the Indian
nnd registering the tally that brought
the verdict. Crabble did every bit as
well as Wilkinson In this contest nnd
was ably seconded by McKcnry, who
to..k up the duties In the ninth after a
.Inch batter had been called upon In
Jack Hnrlght.'tho pitcher sold to tho
Vih.I:m.s inn- his own crave in tne fccc'
ond nme by Issuing seven passes. He
t . ...,J w ih, tin,... ion ihi-sd
hits were usually bunched with gifts nnd
produced enough runs to sew up the cor..
I... ..... it,, m.nin.- rmm
good . I.UMellry;tepped IntS the
i reech In the second nnd supplied 11
braiul of mound artistry good enough to
cnln the honors. The scores:
rut st UAMi:.
NEWARK ll.) I U1CIIMONII (I.)
ah r li o s e jbrhoi
601 ;oittfnilrri.rt 315 I 0 n
30 1 3 0 1 McKer'tt.rti 3 00 t 3 0
4 03 0
0 t iianunon.rl 301 0 00
onillcnne . .110 1 00
3 1 I 1
4 0 0 7
0 om.iker.:b ,
30 0 1
1 dlK.twl.ii. ,.
4 0 0 4 3 1 Kelllher.lf ., Sit 5 0 0
0 tein'r.:h s si? 4 3 1
3 10 3 1 O'Donnell.c 5 0 0 t 0 0
Tenney.,.. 1 00 0 0 OiCiabble.p .. 5 On 0 3 0
- - -'TI-SHe. .... IUV o vw
Total....J0 3 24 10 3LMcKenry.p. 000 0 0 0
Totnl ... CC 4 7 37 10 1
linttixl for U'llkerann In Hie ninth Innlnir.
in.iu.l for C('ui;u In thc t'.jhth Ir.rnr.
Newark 001 1 n 0 e 1 0 S
KUIimoml 0 1001003 x-
0 0 Tan l.a.e Mta-KIMer. Cable, Witter. Rarrl
00, fire Iill-Mooe. dtanVpl. O'lionnHI Snrrltli-e
00 1 fle KUwI. ITran. Stolen t ai Itankatun.
4, lliiut'le iilara-ItealeT anil CaMe; Stelnlirt-nner
n. KIM. lllt-();T Cral.Me, .'. In 1 limlni:
r r n,rn,.r r,; : ij'xz, r ;n:;; v:
stnuk out -Pr Cral.l.le. 3. WII.I pitch wit-
IrriM.n. rinplrra Meaara. Hart anl iwuforu.
Time o( came 1 hour ainl 40 mlnutea.
NF.WARK t ) I rUCIIMOSl) (I.)
b r h o a el ill r ti n r
Cable.tb... 5 1 2 0 2 0llteniir)rr.cf. 3 10 t no
Tenny.lh.. 4 00 o o Mcler lt.30 311 l :o
5 12 3 1 P r.mU.lon.rl
3 0 1 3 no
40 1 1 on Kelllherlf.
Ill 3 11 Klh.-l.ll). ...
4 13 I 10 Monera.2b..
4 03 1 o o'telnbr'r.M.
3 00 r, 10 n lionurll.c.
Ill 7 on
3 00 0 eo'McKcnry.p. 4 0 2 2 '0
Total ..,:. 7:7:' o
Tnt.nla ,,.3 41221 It 1
Until-.! for Lnrlelil In the nlnlli Innlnc.
Newark 1 fl 0 n n 1 n 1 1 4
iiKiimonl. 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 0 x 7
Two bae ! 1 1 - Mi Kenry Three bae hit i
P.anktnn 12), Si'hwirt. Sarrineo hit Miw
"liTltll-e flv-Kellllier. Stolen hasea-Klbler. ,
Wltt. r. Cable 2. Ue on lull -Off Knrittht,
7 Hit bv pitcher llr MiKinry. I iCcanl i
Strtiek cut Ut irnrlrht. 3: bjr MeKenry. 5.,
I'sii ball- y.enu Wild tijtih Knrlcht Cm.
plre- MetKr. Ilelfnril amt Hart. Time of
Came 1 hour anil fS mlnutea.
HUSTLERS IN EVEN BREAK.
Win First From llntTnlo nn Fine
I'ltchlnir li) Hill.
nocunsTrn, Kept. 11 (International),
flood pitching by Hill enabled Roches
ter to win the llrst game with I In (Tali) to
day, 2 to 1. In ten Innings. In the sec
nnd game Under beat a youngster, Test,
3 to 2. The ncnrcH .
rtOCHESTEIl (I) ' IIITE.VIX) (I)
. sbrhnaei all r h n n n
Mllan.rt... & o 2 o o P..ln knn.cf . son 2 oo
Iaih.il... 3oi l o oiKopii.lf., ., too 1 00
Devlin. "li . 4 0 0 3 3 "linnoell.rf 30 t o 00
.tirohnon.H 4113 0 vCarlst'm.3b. 4 00 0 1 0
slcn.:h... 4 00 2 2 t llummell.lh 3 0O11 no
MeMiry.sa 4 0 2 0 4 fl, MrDon'il.M. .10 0 0 5 0
Hnlelb, ..411 9 I olfiin :h, ,,, 301 .1 o
I'onln.c 3 0 2 1J 1 0'rinlnw.c ... 3 0 0 10
Ilill.P 3 0 1 0 3 OllV nnock.p., ill o 2 0
Totnl.. .31 21030 11 1 Totala. ..FtVTSHO
One nut when winning run wtia made.
Itn. heler nooinoooo )
IlnlTalo OvtOOOOOO e t
Two base hlts-Jarobaon. Milan. Stolen
tne -MeAuley. Double plays- Htimmell. un.
nitcii: i. in anil iiummell First b,nu on
rrrnr-lluflalii, 1 !tt on b.i..s-ltneietrr, I
i, 'in tin, n, j-iri iiii. on n.iiia un mil, 4'
off Penuoek, I Struck unt-lly Hill, if by
I'ennoek, .'. Wild pllch-I'ennoek, 1, Cm.
plres-Messrs. Freeman anil Chestnut, Time
ot came 1 hour nml r minute.
IlOCIIESTKIt II.) I IIUFFALO (I.)
ab r h n a e ah r h o a e
uiin.ri. ill I nninrkaon.cf, 412 3 10
i-.,ni , ,, , i , j ., v iMimt II.,,,, - I n I
Devlln.sb.. 60 1 2 1 o'Ch.mnell rf. 4113
.fneoh'n If.. M 3 2 0 lir-.irnm :b,. sl
Slirlln:!).., SO 2 4 1 1 1 Hummel, lb. jo 5
Ml'Aulcy.M 20 0 4 3 nvtell'nld.ss, 401 3
llnle.lb 4 0 0 IS 1 0l(!ll.;h., , HI 0
Dooln.c,,,., S0 1 3 2 0IOnilnw.c.,.. 4 00 rt
Tcrl.p, ... 4 0 0 0 3 0 llul.r.p 4 0 0 0
Tomla. S ll'll 7 Tl II Tnlnla... SI s S J7 10 1
nnrbeater 00000020 n
Ihifalo : 0 1 0 0 9 0 0-3
Two tnse liita.rhspnell, Jmkson, Sacri
fice liit-Knpp, 2; Channell. Csrlslrom. Hum.
n;. Sinleii ..i ,-Kopp, Milan Double
Plsv-JneUaor, ami McDonald First him, nn
errnr-Huffilo. 1: Hoehesier, J Hit tir
..lleheil ball - lly ll-iiler, 1 If, on b,.el
Ho.brier, is; Huff -in. 10. Klrt base nn
balls-Oft Test. : off nailer ; striie"out "
lly T..I. 3; hv Ila.hr. 6. Wild plJK-Te.t
:. I mpirea-Mesr. C'hr.tnut and Freeman,
lime of came I hour and M minutes.
Detroit, 0 net eland, 1.
Boston, 41 Washington, 2.
Chicago. rt Nt. i.oula,
Won. lout. ic,
7T flt mm
" 4 J12II
7 mi jso4
un N JM)4
30 103 .220
New York., ,,
Ilotlon In Washington.
HI. I.ouls In Chicago.
Detroit In Cleft-land.
Phils Glad to Get Out;
Drop Fourth to Giants
Kauff Leads Attack on Rixey, Oeschger and Mayer, for
a Victory by 9 to 4 Tesreau Several Times in
Trouble, but Big Lead Saves Him.
ny PTtEDF.HICK fl. MEB
Just before the Olants started on their
last horrible Western trip they lost four
Mralght games In Philadelphia. That
blow wrecked the (llant pennant hopes
iur iiiio ana lost Lnrry Dovlc and Fred
jMerklo their New York uniforms. But
.un auoui is inir piay. Yesterday on
the ,,ol Orounds the (Hants rammed a
fourth straight defeat down tha gulping
throats of the astonished PI1II3, the new
National Exhibitors makln a elenn
sweep of the four game set by downing
Moran's chamim by a wore of S to 4.
. , ...
1 Those four defeats may not ruin the
pennant chances of the Phillies, but
ntvertheleeuj they hurt like blazes, and If
the Quakers blow the nennant' H win
take them a long time to forget their last
1910 setto with the (Hams. One thing Is
certain; the Phils are not near as pre-
sumptuous as when they came hero last
Friday after winning eight straight
Kamca from Brooklyn and Boston,
, belaborn(? ,0 1Jl8 tl)en-olant8
played no favorites, nnd tanned all of
Jlornns leading Dingers. First Aleck
.nurniis teuuing lungers. nrst Aleck
E"1 . then Dvmaree and third on the
list was Bender. Moran's lat hope was
Jep,na HMJPi wf0 na
winning as consletently as Alexander
lllxey Derrlcked In Fourth.
, . ... , .
"P7evcr' thc. lnk Virginian was a
"opf and took the worst drubbing
' ' Mown waited until six pair
"f l!lant tefl l"f ov' 'be plat
J" the fourth Inning before he used hit
was succeeded by
Oeschger. who contributed
bone while the dark
";rr ,V,U ui' , , ,
The bulky Tesreau had chsrge of the
Job of reducing the Phillies and toward ll
H finish the Mlasourlan stood severafej
times on h i, Ice Jeff l a b.J man o
skate on thin Ice, but yesterday hla big
,SHAW FAILS IN PINCH
AGAINST RED SOX
, Ttostoii Cliaiiinions Connect at
Opportuno Times to Win
From WHsliinton, t to 2.
Washington, Sept. 11. Shaw never
worked harder to win a game of base
ball than he did agnlnst the Boston lied
Sox hete to-day. and several times It
siemed he was succeeding, but on each
of theso occarlous one of the Boston
. Mmtn managed to connect MMy
more opportune hitting has been necn
here this season. Boston got only eight
blnglis, but four of these came when
they were most needed and won for
them by 4 to 2.
Hubert Leonard was decidedly uii
steady, walking four men nnd usually
pitching himself out of the hole, but he
was effective with men on bases. YAnjh
3?J I Islington's weak hitting was most notice
3 11 3 I o I i,ulc' Thc ""'' :
UOSTON (A.) WASHINGTON (A )
Hooper.rf. 4 0 t a 0 0 I ton'd.Jb, 4 11 3 2 0
Jamnn2h, Ml 2 3 0 KnMer.tb. 30 1 2 in
Shortrn.i'f, 3 0 2 1 00 Milan.el.,.. 4 0 1 2 0 0
llnliell.lh 3 00 14 0 0llllth.rt .. 3 00 4 00
LlMislr.... 411 A 0 H ilunk It 4 00 .1 00
Stott 3 0 1 2 4 li JmUe.lb. 3 00 10
Me.Nally.Jb 300 n s 0-MclirlJe.aa. 4 11 2 to
farrunnc. 2 10 6 0 0)llenry.c. .. 100 S 2 0
HUonUp 4 1 2 0 2 0 Sh1wp.. .. 20 0 0 0 0
Williams. . t n 1 o 0 0
Totala.,,.31 4 27 11 0 Oamievm.. 000 0 0 0
Arr,p ooo o I o
Total .. .29 2 8 2
Hatted for Shaw In the aerenth Innlnc.
titan for Wllllama In the aerenth Innlnc.
Huston 00000220O 4
Waslilnclon 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Two bane hits Janvrln. II. Ionanl. Stolen
bae,-MeNall'. l'oster, Mi'llrble. Saerlllil- hlt
Seott, Hoblltrell. SaiTlrtoe fl.' Smith. Double
pls)-lleur)' anil roster; Scott am! IluMltzrll
HoMllteii (unassisteu), iri on nasea nnsn
? i 'ahlnctiin. fi. llsse on ball Off
l,i'(.nril, 4; off Shaw, 4: olt Arera, t Hlta
hikI larnM runs-4)IT Shaw, 6 hits, 4 runs In 7
I1111I111.-S , oh" Arers, 3 lilt, mi run In S In
nlnc; off Ionanl. 2 runs. Struik out lly
Shaw. 4; by H. Uonanl. S; 7 Ami, 1. Wild,
Pllrh-ll IxHinanl IM.e.l ball -Henry. Vm I
plres-Messrs. Chill amt Kians. Time of same I
1-2 hours ami i mlnntea.
MONTREAL BEATS LEAFS.
II rally's Wllilne.s Proves Bin Help
to Hojals Score, ft to 1.
Montreal, Sept. 11. Brady's wlldness
enabled tho Royals tn take the third
gamo of their series with Montreal to
day, 3 to 1, Tho score:
TOHOXTO (I.) I
all r li n a e
Truead'e.Jb fi0 0 3 4 f1
ivaki i h a a a 1 nn
MONTftEAL (I )
all r h o a e
Smyth.:b... 2 00 3
Malsel,:b... :oo t
Mnran.ef.... : fl 2 2
Mtirrn'y.cf.. 40 1 1 0 0
Oraham.lb. 4 13 10
Clthcr.lf ... 4 0 0 3
4 0 2 2 0 0 1' Smllh.rt,, 10 10
lH'kh'e.Jb.p 1 00 0 3 0 siattery.lb,
2 1 1 10
J.Smlth.ss. 20 1 1 2 0 Wncner.sa.. 2 1 0 2 4 0
Krllenell.c, 301 a 0 namrau.iD.. ti u 1
llraily.i 2 00 0 2 1 Madilrn.e. .. 211 4
T'mps'n.rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 Cadore.p.... 200 1
Totala. ...34 1 9 24 15 li Totals 23 3 C 2T 14 3
United for Urady In the seventh Innlna-
Montreal 0 0 1 0 0 ! 0 0 i-3
T.irinto 01O0OOS0 0-1
Stolen bases Jtoran, rather, Krltehell, lira,
bam. Saerlllee lilts Wagner (21. Cailore, P.
Smith, lllacllmrne, J. Smith, Sarrlfiiv (Ilea
I'silnre, Krltehell. Tun base lilts-Slattrry,
Madilin. l'ft on liases Montresl, 10: To
nmlo. 10 Htrurk out lly t'ailore, 5; tir Ilrailr.
1; by Plaialmnie, 4, Daaea on balls Off
1'nlore, 1: off llrsiiy, 7; off lllnekbume, 1.
lilt bv plleher II) llrady, 1 (Slattern, Passed
ball Minlden Innhis pltilieil by Ilrailr, (3
hlla, 3 run); by lllnekburne, 2 Inn hlta,
no rim) t'mplrca- Mesara. Dransrlelil and
Welerrelt. Time of same-l hour and 33
W I.. I'd V. I, I'C.
New London 32 T24I.arenee SI t; ,7J
Portland 30 .lNew Haven,.. Si tl .402
Sprlnatleld... 7 t.2 .SMIHrlilieport.,.. 42 77 .3TJ
l.vnn J .'.5 .Ml t.nnell : C9 .341
Wnn-rilrr.... 0 C. ,40,Hart ford 3il 77 .319
At l.vnn (flrat game) n, II, E.
fsprlngtleld oooooooo oo 4 4
l,)l, 0 1 0 I 0 t 0 0 : 3 A 0
lliilterles luatln and OJerholm; Jewett
Hei niid ganii- It, II. B.
Sprlngtlelil 1 2 0 8 0 0 26 7 0
l,)nn 4 0 2 0 0 0 x H 7 C
HatteaJea Johnson unit OJerholm; Can-
avan anil unrrou.
New London. .. 0 110 1
It. 11. R.
0 0 1 15 S 2
llurlfnril 1 0 0 0 0
0 0 01 fi 2
It merles Martin and
1'lsli ; Trautman
It. II. n.
000 3 11 9 2
Portland 3 0 0 0 0 0
Worcester... 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 2 1 03 II I
llatterlea Durnlng, Turkey, I'enfnld anil
Kiinunen; uinrson, iianson
No other games were scheduled.
standard Oil Teams In flame,
Tho Standard Oil Company of New Jer
sey, foreign shipping department, and the
j-'Linilanl Transportation Cum puny (for
merly the Huiuliird Oil Company of New
York, foreign shipping department I, will
pluy their 11nn11.1l game ut the Hrooklyn 1 "f Southern Association by the Pitts.
Athlotle Field Paturnsy at :.30 P. M. v. j burg National League club was an
LuiiBo and I.. Tunlsnn w bo the butterv ,iiiTu-eil tn.ilnv Tli. n iii..,i Jl V
for the New Jersey Conmanv o Kreeii- nounceu io-nay. incy nre Pitcher H, L.
H. A. Thomaa for the standi I Douglas, intlclder II. W. Cleveland ami
tlon Company, I
i lead propped him up.
afford to slacken un. and he pitched him
self out of a hole In the eighth when ha
fanned Jack Adams with the basej full
Among those who were very much
present was Benjamin Michael Kauff,
who once upon a time was designated
as "The Ty Cobb of the Feds." Ben Is
taking a prominent part In the uplift
of the new Olnnts, and homers are get
ting to he almost as common with him
as In the good old tlllmore days. Yester
day Benny smashed out a horrfe run and
a double, nnd walked twice In four
times up. Benny's homer was a dupli
cate of his four cushion shot In tho
Yankeo gamo last Sunday, a long linn
drlvo to the deepest corner of right
A" Moran used
as aioran used a
drove of pinch
hitters, a trio of pitchers and a pair of
catchers, Lord Byron got lots of op
portunity to try out his new pronuncia
tion of Philadelphia. His Lordship In
sisted on announcing that "So and so
tinjv batting for Phlladcl-fec." Several
kindly Individuals, Including a "gink"
with a foghorn voice, did their best to
correct Byron's pronunciation, but he
gave them scathing glances and "Phlla-del-fee"
until tho end. Shortly before
the Byron foghorn controversy broko
out un Inebriated cltlxen did some pro
nouncing of his own In the grand stnnd.
A regular cop had to be called In to give
him tho "gate."
Kauff early struck Kppa Jeppa a
hard blow. Fletcher opened the second
Inning with a single to centre, and then
B. Xllkey swung rom the hip and Into
a strnngo pasture. Ben seldom pokes to
left, but he bounced this one off the
bleacher fence for a long double,
The six run procession took place In
thc fourth Inning, when a full doxen
Qlants went to bat. There was a full
house on the bases when Holke filed out
s"i tni ou . Kau
Kauff walked twice In
first up In this
busy frame, hit to deep short. Bancroft
made n pretty stop, but followed It up
with a low throw to first base, Kauff
walked, and McOraw called young Holko
aside for n consultation.
Holke Didn't Mean To.
Holke hunted under sacrifice orders,
but he did much better. Ills bunt eluded
the long Blxey and went for nn Infield
hit. That placed a (Bant on every
hassock, but they didn't stay there long.
Hill Rnrlden wafted a short fly to cen
tre field. Paskert might have been con
servative and held It to a single, In
which event only one run would have
scored. But ho threw hltnm-lf foiwurd
for a catch, missing tho ball entirely,
and old Cactus Cravnth had to chase
It to tho fence. By the time he brought
It buck Fletcher. Kauff and Holke had
scored and Rnrlden was on third.
Stock threw out Tesreau for tbc first
out, hut t.corge Burns wnlkcd. and Her
cog singled BaTldcn home. Both (leorce
and Charley took nn extra base on Cr.i-'
vatn's tnrow to third. Robertson ex
pired on a short lift to Whltted. but
the great Zlm birched a single to centre,
scoring tho New York Burns and Her
zog. Then nixey got his walking papers
nnd moved away. Oeschger came In
nnd did a very smart thing. Thc hall
hit Fletcher's bat nnd bounced to Joey,
Artie making no efTort to run to first.
Two were out, but Instead of throwing
to first Oeschger threw to the surprised
ytock to Mop Zlmtn at third. 7.1mm was
caught In n cage, hut they left the door
to third b.iso open and Heinle landed
fafe on thc far corner. Fletcher In the
meantime had decided It was worth
while to run to first. Then Kauff walked
again, filling the bases, but Whltted
was under Holke's high lift.
Benton Ready to Step la.
Ilenton ran out to tho warm up pit In
the seventh, when the Phils got very
familiar with Big Jeff. They say famll
VJ!' breei13 contempt. With one out
Whltted. I.uderus and Bmcroft rapped
successive slncll. Iho fnrmoe ...
i',t.'T. lhr" Flock"1 the bases by winging
Wilbur (lood and I.uderus scored when
nnotner plnchboy. Clamlln
bounced a single off Jeffs fin
rnsxert forced Claudle nt second, but
when lletzog threw wildly, gunning for
double plav both lli in.- ,i 1
" ., . ' L '.'")" . 1'a",". ""J tlood
scored Mchoff lifted to Kauff, putting
!lri aTitl1 t f tho lna.MAtB
an end to tho dancer.
kauff scored New York's eighth run
with his homer, Jolting It out of Mayer
In the seventh. The Ulanta put together
the ninth run in tho eighth Inning. Tes
rcau and Burns singled, Whittcd's fum
ble, helping both along an extra base
Herzog fanned, and on Robertson's roller
to Mock Tesreau was executed. Ah
Robertson Molo second Adams threw Into
centre flclrr; Burin tearing. The score'
l'llII-ADEU'IIIA (N.) NEW YOltK IN
an r li o 11 e ab r h n a. I
11-..1..-! r.t r. 11 1 aM.- .. o r n o ae
Mehoft.l'b, SO t 0
Stoclob . too 0
- vv.i, iiurns.ii.. ji a a a
4 0llerroc,2b ...111 3 l 1
2 0, Hob'son.rl. r. a 1 1 on
iravain.rf, 30 11
oo..im'man 3b 9 0 1 1 20
0 1Kleloher,ss. 4 2 1 1 o
1 Whltted.lf . 4 1 1 0
j;uerua.io 1 1 : 10 1 0 Kauff.cf,,,, 222 6
nancr'ri.ss 3 1 1
i K.lliirns.c.. 20 0 t
I Huey.p ... 1 00 0
0 1 noiKe.lB,,., 3 i t (
- wj iiaxiuen.o.,, ill
Tesreau.p... 4 0 1 0 0 0
Totala 34 910277 1
wi-enjrtT,p i 00 0
'(loud 010 0
tfooper ... 10 1 0 0 0
Ail.ims.c.,, 1 0 0 2 0 1
Mnyrr.ii.,,, 000 0 10
ii'utry 100 0 00
Totals. ...34 4 S21 10 3
llatteil for 17. llurna In the seventh Innhis
J s e, for Oi-achier In the aerenth linln
lllstl.il fr Maer In tho ninth Inning
Phllaib Iphla 000000400 4
.New York 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Jl,
Two base hit Kanff Th... 1 .... .. .
len. Hume run-Kaurf. stolen liswa-HerYoi'
llolvrtaon. Saerlflc Wt-llolke lT m flJl
-.New York. 7: Philadelphia, 7. "rst l"sl
on error-New York. I. Hlta and earn
Oesehger. 1 lilt, no runa In 2 1-J Inn nil: off
Jlaier, 3 hits. 1 run In 2 Innlnr.; "rf TelrVau
3 I una. lilt by plti her-Ily Teareau, I (lioodl
liases en balls-OfT Tesreau, 3 (l.u.ierus 1 la. 1
croft, t'rarath): off l,y.' 4 (lierVoi'- is
llurns. Kauff); off Oesehger, 1 (Kaufr)" s't'niek
PENN STATE LOSES GILL.
Statr Coli.kue, Ba., Sept, 12, Word
has come to I'enn State's football train
ing quarters that Joe Gill, regarded
favorably for a varsity berth this season,
will bo unable to continue the gridiron
sport because of parental objections, Kor
two years Head Conch Harlow has
groomed (Jill for the right guard position
tu succeed McDowell, who was gradu
ated In June. With the arrival of O'Don
noil. Thorpe. Painter. Conover n,i ,.
batch of freshmen the training table
siuuu now numbers more than sixty
PIRATES BECOME BARONS.
BlTTsnt-nn. Kept. 11, The release of
inree ,piaycrs to tne Birmingham team
Outfielder Kusjene Madden.
..T" - ",ru; limey, i.uderus. Oesehger.
Paskert. Adams); hy Oeschger, 1 (llarlden) :
17 ""'.. .1 (Heraof), ple,, bsll-K Ilirns'
1 niplres-Me.sra. Ilvron and Quieter, Time of
game-2 liouri and II mlnutea:
REAL THING NOW
College Players Gather In the
Country for Their Pre
PENNSY GETS GOING
Football training- In collegiate ranki In
becoming an mucH a problem aa the con
ditioning of a professional baseball club.
Not many years ago a coach of gridiron
material usually Instructed the men un
der him to keep In good physical condi
tion during the summer vacation and
felled upon the men to look to them
selves. Such Is not the case now, as almost
every one of the leading institutions now
request the candidates to report two or
threo weeks before the college opens, and
at a "training camp." In this way tho
coach hopes to get the Jump on his op
ponents and also has more) time to look
over his material.
Most of the leading players who are
expected to retain the gridiron suprem
acy for Harvard were "Invited" to spend
a few weeks at Reggie Brown's country
estate at Ogunqult. Me. It was no fault
of tho players or Mr. Brown that para
phernalia was In the lockers and tho
men chose to try their feet and hands at
football work Instead of fishing, hunting
and sailing. Indeed Harvard did not
mask this early training under a social
call, but allowed the rest of thc colleges
to know that the Crimson was getting an
Not to be outdone, Princeton candi
dates were requested to report at Lake
Mlnnewaska, Ulster county, N. Y yes
terday for a two weeks course In condi
tioning and elementary football. Speedy
Ruh Is on hand to look after the men
and prepare them for tho strenuous cam
paign to come. Yale departed from Its
usual custom of an early training camp
and Instead the players camo to New
Haven and began early work on Yale
The University of Pennsylvania squad,
headed by Coach Fotwcll, established u
training camp at the Bucks County
Country Club at Langhorne, Pa. Those
of the veterans who failed to appear
were ordered to report Immediately. The
University of Pittsburg, under Pop War
ner, has been getting In a lot of early
work nt Wlndber. Pa., and has come
alorg so speedily that the camp already
Is abandoned and the men are back on
the home Held.
Just what good this early condition
ing nway from home ran bring to an
eleven Is open to question. Collegiate
r-port that requires so much attention
and expenditure to be a success hardly
deservis the name of amateur. Al
though there has not been any great
amount of objections to the early work
It Is hardly likely that those In chargo
will care to sanction this, especially on
the large scule that It Is being attempted
Twenty members of last year's Penn
syvania varsity and freshmen teams re.
ported to Coach Folwell at Langhorne
yesterday and were given a light drill
In forward pass formations and kicking.
Four veterans, Derr. Williams and Boss,
hackfleld men, and Henning, a lineman,
failed to report and were ordered tn
come on Immediately, Howard Berry,
all round athletic champion, Is on the
border with Philadelphia troops, but
hopes to receive his discharge In time to
Join the squud before the season opens.
FOR FOOTBALL WORK
Thirty-five Men Answer First
Call nt Lnke Miimewuska,
Lake Min.vewaska, N Y Sept. 11.
By the shores of Lake Mlnnewaska, In
the wilds of Ulster county, miles from a
railroad and other distractions of civili
zation, thirty-five Princeton football
playeis to-day reported for practice. It
was the first response to thc call of
Speedy Buh, nnd the turnout, both In
quality and quantity, pleased the
Five coachej, were here to receive the
men. In addition to Hush, commander
tu chief, there are Tom Wilson, who Is
to tutor tho centres and guards; Kddle
Shea, coach of the ends: I'vril 11,111,,
the All American tackle, who In to tench
for that position a thing or
J'hll King, mentor of backed
Two more coaches are .1...
two. and T
aspirants, iwo more coaches are duo
to-morrow. Ciulrkshaiik. All Amerieu.,
centre while nt Washington and Jeffer
son, has been engaged to coach the Tiger
centres, and Hildebrandt will help with
,,1.M.".nB men' w,,h ''rulckshnnk and
Hildebrandt will be fifty more players
Heal work wll' bo started to-morrow.
Capt. Hogg was among the earliest
arrivals to-day ami Immediately got
busy, He organized a mountain climb
ing expedition and made the men 1..,. u
for elx miles. Any Tigers who came
ncre tor nn easy time nro going to get rus" ror ""' dining room
a big surprise. During the dinner Se rctirv r
The loading absentee was Purlsotte ,nB A- announced th
tho Brooklyn m.in, who Is badly needed tlonal clianiplniiiililpH uf 11 1 n
for his punting, drop kicking nnd!wou'11 n '1,,cl ',ei,l;uid t I '
ability to get tremendous distance, from 1 Ml,B0 "''"""in would be in-"l
his klckoff. I'nrlsette Is down on th.. Hmc for the meet. Ilomcyn lb
Mexican border with the Twenty-third
1111 imiy ue iosi 10 ine team
for tho greater part of the season
Billy Moore, the back, was right on
the Job bright and early. So was WIN
son, the end, brother of last year's Ynla
captain. Unas, another New York
candidate, looked to bo. In great shape.
HARVARD BACK HOME.
Aiier iwii weeks conditioning In
Maine the Harvard vnraltv 1 ...i..-'
Capt, Dadmuu nnd Coach Loarv. r-
lumen 10 i.umuriuge and are tlinily
Intrenched on the homo field. Harvard
faces a difficult task this yeur. as of the
twenty-two men who earned a letter last
seuson only seven remain on the team
They are Capt. Dadmun, Harte, Coolldgp'
Harris, Taylor, Horween 11 nil Iiohliisnii'
mum ui wnum are practising dally.
YALE IN HIGH HOPES.
Ynlo coaches are patting each other on
tho back right now and hoping that tin
old Kit bugaboo. quarterback. Is
banished nt last. With nnblnson. the
fnrmee 1MM ulnii-ir tT I .' ".'
ellglblo and showing up In great Hj It'
already this problem seems (.nlved nt
lenst fnr tills vne lini.l..
.. , . ., llllMMI Ulltllllllll-
edly will get the flrnt call on the v.uslly
he having already been (.elected to drill
the first team In signal formation.
With most of the Inellglblcs nf last
year eligible und a largo wpiad eagerly
following the Instructlimi of dipt, Black
Yale's football horizon takes on a de
cidedly rosy hue.
ru.i.i) cult itK.NT rtiii
FOOTBALL OR BASEBALL
with ('rnd Stand seating I.OOO. Week- i,y
A, M. I', ,M. Hiinilnys A. M. imly. Addivss
W. SMALL, 147 Went SOtti Htreet.
LOSE TO EASTERN
Visitor Beaten on T,nnd nnrl
Water In Jolllflcntlon Ten
dered by the N. Y. A. C.
BAT MAY flrx ADItOATi
If ft's always fair weather when com
fellows get together, It's doubly so hs:
good athletes get together. Thi. WI,
exemplified at the all around Jolllfloatioi
tendered to the athletes who comprint n
the recent national championships, by th,
New York A. C. yesterday. Almoit
every champion worth telling about w
Invited by the Mercury Foolers, onl m
most all of them accepted.
The athletes, more than a hundred
'em, assembled at the city club heue of
the New York A. C, on Central r.vr!
Bouth, at 9:15 A. M. Several "rubbar
neck wagons" had been hired for ih
occasion, and Into tho big cars pllM th.
athletes and scores of the New York A
C. members and friends,
The pilots headed tho machines nortl
east by east for Travers Islnnd, the pj
latlal summer home of the Mercun
Footers on the shores of Long Ilarn
Hound. Tho course led up Hi crMle
Drive and along the Hudson, where tU
athletes could get a good view of ih
Ray ytny Un to Sweden.
Willie Jeremiah T. Mahoney nnd oih
Mercury Foot orators were riecrlblnc
the scenca to tho visiting athlete with
all the eloquence of the regular rubber
neck wagon guides Frederick Kuhl
secretary-treasurer of the Amateur Ath
letic Union, announced to the nenspaper.
men thnt Joley Bay of Chicago, the ft)
mllo national champion, had been e
lected to accompany Ted Meredith anl
Joe Loooils to Sweden.
Bublen nlso said that Boh Slmpnri
Fred Kelly, Arlle Mucks and Andy War1
were desirous of making the trip and
that he had cabled to Sweden to fir J
out If the Swedish sportsmen would ex
tend the Invitation to three more nil-.,
Simpson may make the trip anywa
for there Is some doubt oier Ray's cc
lng. Joley Is a Newly Weil, and he In
Informed Mr. Bublen that he does not
want to make the long trip aero the
Atlantic unless his bild itccouip.inlri
him. Simpson may bo selected to go In
The athletic band reached Tr.iver
Island at 11 A. M where )arh's a:il
motor bouts were waiting tn tr.inrjr'
them to Huckleberry Island. O.u, o
Huckleberry Island nil hands stripped
for a swim. As tho bathing pi tee It
sheltered from all observation nnd bath
ing suits were scarce "September .Mom'
apparel was quite de iiKt-ur.
Booth Wins Nitliu.
An impromptu fifty yard s'.v mints
race, open to athletei., mis nrrnnue l ,1 I
was won by A. II. ltooth of the I'll. ,
A. A., with Karl Thomson of the l.o
Angeles A. C. i-eciniil and Fred Kt :
f the t,Ojt Angeles A. C. and Kir.net
Caldwell, thc Irish American A. (' '
vaulter. In it dead heat for third
After tho swimming race w.i ne
tho ferocious Hucklcberiy Indians t
Kelly. Alma Richards, Dick Renter a-.d
Sea Gull Bagnard back Into the t' -less
wilderness of the Island .i'nl
ntml them In the weird rites of thi '
Bagnard said he nevir l..nl had se
ttling so awful happen to him s.me !
Incident occurred from which h- s
On the way back to Travel ! I n
there was an eight n.iii 1 liri:e r.i .
Hunt vs. West, In which the K.i 1e'
teprrsentatlves, Billy lloos, J iutn .-'
clalr, young Bernle Wefers, Uus. I-'r e.
Ilch of the New York A. ic r.-
Blonder of the Irish Atncri an A
and Harry Wmthlngtou of l H
A. A., with Tommy l.enii 'll of tin N- '
York A. C. us coxswain, i"
quarter of a length fium th" Vw-e
cicw. The vanquished U'l-t.-m
men were Billy Hummel nf 'lie Ma'
mah A. C. of Portland, ore Pr M
ruy of the Olympic Club of s.- I
cItco; Karl Thumnin, Ruy lia 1 I
Fred Kelly of the I.ns At gen
Bob Simpson of the I'n.M' t-
sourl, with Karl Khy of tho
A. A, coxswain.
Easterners Win tun I a.
On top of the victory mi tin a - r
Kastcrners nchli-M-il nMd n in
land when they ruturiml t.i Tra.i'.
nnd, the Kust bentliir, tin- We-
tto Inning ball game, 11 1 "
I vst:'r" n'l,p waM '''' "f ''
.nRelP!'' ef',: Mray. San l-'ian-l- .
I Thomson, Los Angele. ss ll.u
Io- Angeles, p.; Wind, flu
Booth, Chicago, 3h. , ll.irn 1"
"h. : Ixiomls, ChiciKii, Hi . W.iu "
Angeles, c. Tin- il-diirlnii I
were Wnrthtlngtnn. lit-tun, I
New York, 3b.; iHeiiMin, Nc Y r
Hevaiiney, JIillroc A. i !' I''
I. A. A. t' cf. , McLough! n V -t '
Sinclair, New York, if.. l."i- 1p
Y'ork, c. ; Bob D.iMcy, New Y
gamo was broken up In fie 11'"
1 00 " to dinner ecnt
11. 1 hi' '
, ,nc Intercnlleglntp A A A, -V
the annual Indoor cnlli-giate rel.i
which was held In .Madison f i 11
den last year probably won d '
In Convention Hall, I'lilhuli p1
year. After dinner t!i cr wd
back to Manhattan, where In
In the city cIiiIjIiousi' wound ti
gramme last evening,
ROBERTSON TO BE HONORED
'Celebrities ( ttti-nd Toll In'
Dinner at liirrn's Tii-iilaht-
I .a whom Itobcrlson, t In f.ri ' '
' ,he Irish Amcru.m . w
of the Irish Amcru.m
0,1 ' rlday to take up li in
us trainer at tho I'mverslly '
vnnla, will be triulrieil ,1
dinner and farewell icleb ,r
Old Dominion Itoom at M
night. All of the A. A r "
In the city nnd must of t1 "
who won titles last week '
Among those mi tho r-- 1
Jinlue Hat tow S. Weeks. I'n
Huhlen. sectetary trcisuter o
V ,,i I
CnngresMiian Muirij T "
, Shcnil.tn, Spnri m 1
J Conway, iire.niii-i
Irlh American A. C . 'IV
John J, McIIukIi, Tliiim.ii- i .i'- 1
others. Itolu-iiMiu s Minit.i- 1
tested by tin- fact that the 1! line
nally planned fnr Un), bad 1
cicased tn 300, ninl nppl im"
tickets tail nlirht si II w p' 1
UIIMNIi 'Hl-N'llilll HUM M.
Harlem .spurting litis. 1 1 .. ti : 1
11 H .1)' lle.li U
Andy Crte . Wrr It re Itiirton,
Ilay Kit, ( lull, llklin. T "
'to-nlRlit. Iloitnir, Cieree s li.
Slmler vs. i;,lM,irl
Tbls Bit. bout, Silent Ms 1 tin ii.Tuiu 1