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THE REPUBLIC TUESDAY. JUXE 4. 1001.
THE DEFEAT OF THE CARDINALS DOES NOT CHANGE THEIR POSITION IN THE RAGE FOR THE PENNANT.
NEW YORK SOLVED POWELL'S DELIVERY
AND BATTED OUT A VICTORY WITH EASE.
HMMHI)I l 1 ! I .. Hll'Hlltl
St. Louis catcher, n ho was much In evi
dence In eiterday's game, having a pair
of to-bagcer one run and tight put-outs
to his credit.
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National Jaxu. American 14-sn.e
Club. w. 1- Pet. Club. w. j ivt.
Nw Tork 17 .4 Chicago 2 12 .7
Cincinnati ...11 13 .rtl Washington .17 11 .ftij
I'hlladelphU .It 14 .! Drtrott 3 15 Jitl
Ilttaburc ....It It .SIS Ualtlmore ...U 13 .&.
ht. Iouis ...is t ,4U I'talladelphla It IT .S
llrooklyu ...II 17 ,4s2 Boatoa ....... 13 IS .4(4
Hurton 12 IS .441 Milwaukee ...II 2 .2.14
Chicago 12 23 .343 Cleveland ... 24 .Z.O
New Tork S. S L. 4.
J1ttbunc 11. ltllla. 1.
Cincinnati t. Bkln. 4.
Itorton 3. Chicago .
rhlla 2. Detroit 1.
Ilaltlmore 7. Cleve. z.
XHvraukee 4. llcton Z
Wasa. . Chicago 2.
Tnton at Chicago.
New Tork at bu Iuis
Xrooklyn at Cin'tl
1'hllada at Pittsburg.
I American Iv3kua
Boeton at Milwaukee.
Wash ton at Chicago.
Baltimore at Cleveland.
Phllada at Detroit.
Jack Poirell left his grip full of puzzling
breaks and back-breaking; benders In New
York City, and tha Gothamltes had a bat
tlnir fet In consequence at League Park
jeterday. as they found It eay to soUo
ev erjthlnjr that Powell could recollect of
his repertoire. The final score vias S to 4.
The leaders In the pennant raco von the
fame with their bats, and when Eddie
Murphy relieved Powell in the sixth in
ning, the visitors did not let up the hot
pace they had set with the stick.
Phyle. a little black-haired chunk of hu
manity, was somewhat of a conundrum to
the tribe of Donovan, and mlghtly little
consecutive batting was done by the locals.
The so-called Oiants might well be termed
sharpshooters, with the veteran Van llal
tren as general-ln-chlef of the corp. The
ancient center fielder, who was pointed out
by an old O. A. R. man yesterday as a
comrade of his during the early sixties,
must have some secret prescription which
has any "fountain of youth" beaten four
ways. Van Haltren opened the game with
a shot which was high over Padden's head
and good for two bags. This was followed
by the old chap with four fdngles, and ga e
him a total of five hits In five times at
bat. He crossed the nlate three times.
Fans AVer Kathtulastlc.
Over 4,K fanj, bubbling over with en
thusiasm, filled the new stand and pa
vilion. They were ready to cheer the Bt.
Ioulsans on the slightest provocation and
they were given the opportunity on several
occasions. The contest was replete with
brilliant catches and hits, which appeared
as forerunners of a rally such as has won
several games for fit. Louis this season.
Hut it was not In the cards, as they could
not fill Phyle's top-piece with sufficient gas
eien to make him walk Spanish.
The fifth inning was by far the most
promising for tha "rooters," as Jack It an
led off with a nice two-bagger. Chllds was
orlered to the batter's box to put forth
liis bes while filling Powell's shoes with
the stick. The TJtlcan did nicely, too. His
single scored Ryan, and Chiids was ccorud
on a long fly by Burkett. But Heldrick
and McGann were not equal to the emer
gency, and the former flew out. while the
big first baseman made three iclous swipes
at the atmosphere.
The Gothamites played the kind of ball
which has taken them to the top of tha
pennant ladder and will keep them there
as long as they continue to play It behind
euch pitching as was done by J'hjlo jes
terday. The Donovanltes were shy a couple
of times on their mechanical work, but
one play was made which does not appear
In the box score. Padden waited at second
to touch Strang when the League's lead
ing batter was forced by DaUs. It was
this play which gae the Easterners their
iun in the sixth. It was Flmply u cae
of overlooking a bet, and Padden seldom
fails to cash. Tne game was lost at the
Van Haltren'a double to left center. Sel
bach's long fly to Heldrick and an innld
hit by Strang ?fored New York's first bat
ter as an opening shot in the summer reriea.
Burkctt. after a warm reception by thi
enthusiasts In the stand, was retired by
Varner on a measley hit at the plate which
Burkett thought went foul. Heldrick lined
out a triple and fairly Hew around the
racks. He is sprinting fa-rter than eer.
Heldrick tied the score on McGann's
grounder to Davis.
Third Inning Told the Tale.
New York returned to the bench In one,
two, three order In the second. 'Wallaco
singled, btolo second and scored on Kru-
FOUR TRAINS DAILY
Han 8:46 a.m.,
I-M-sH 1 ! r l't"i"i4"t-i 1 ! 1 I ."M
' M 1 Sr -TTflB i
41 1 I l1 vs'Tr'rvvvTl 'fTTTT'l'..".'! 'I H'
With a had of one run the fans Fettled
back In the new chairs, prt pared to watch
Powell bUnk the gentlemen from Manhat
tan Island. Tlut they v.cro doomed to bit
ter dlnpiolniment, right suddenly, too.
'Warner was an easy out frum Powell to
McGann. and the prospects were bright,
but it was only the calm, before the storm.
That storm broke forth with a cracking
rirgle to left from thi bat of Phjle. Van
Haltren repeated It. bingle claim wero not
sufllclent to disturb the homo plate, to Sol
bach hammered out a double and wai fol
lowed intantl b a rip-roaring triple by
Strang, which nearly opned n gap at tho
plate and cleaned up cverjthlng around the
base. Hickman whs cajoled into Mriklnt?
at three nice ones which Powell pulled over.
Manager Davis could only get the ball off
his stick, but Hurkett had to make a great
fin to grab it back of short. Tho storm
as over, but an Inventory of the Hmag
done howcd that St. Louis had lost n gamo
and Powell his control of the New York
batters, who were as kids off tho lots to
him m two games la.it week.
Kjan's double to lift and Childs'a Mnglo
to right gave the St. Ixiulsans a chance to
cheer for a rally, but in vain, as It wai
the only run scored In the fifth by M. LouK
Hut New York had already added one morn
to Its four through three singles made by
Van Haltren. Selbach and Ganzel
That ended the run-getting, o far as the
"Slender-Cane llrlgade" was concerned. Tho
hustlers from the Polo Grounds did not let
up. Davis reached first by forcing Strang
In the eighth and was scored by Ganzel's
Singles by Phyle and Pelliach In the ninth
were followed by i-elbach's triple, and two
runs came In.
Jack Ilan. who was In the gime at every
point yesterday, m tde the hearts of the lo
cals bob for a minute with his smash to
left for two bases. There were many cnet
of palpitation as Ilurkett lined out a single,
although Nlcholt had made a failure of his
Job to bat for Murphy. Heldrick forced Hur
kett at second and a fair gamo was clos'nl.
aii. it. ir. o a. n.
njrkett. If 0 2 2 2 0
Iluldrrkk. rf. 2
McUann. lb 4 0 o 3 2
Dcnovan. rf. 4 o 4 11 0
Pa.11-n. 21. 3 0 13 10
AVallac. s .... ......... 4
Krugrr. 2b 4
ltan. c ...... ... 4
Towell. p. 1
Murphy, p. 1
llattr 1 for IVniclI
tUatttd for Jlun hv
All. It. If. O. A. r
Van IIaltrn. ct.
Hickman, rf. ....
lavl. s. ........
S 3 S 3 0
. & 2 3 1 l M
. 4 11 2 2 t
S I) 1 1 0 0
4 1 u " II
4 O 2 12 1 II
.4 OH 1 1 0
.4 II 0 C 11 u
Total 2M S IS 27 12 o
New Vnrk I 0 3 0 1 ii 0 1 2-1
St Iiuls 110 0 2 0 0 0 01
narned run ht. uis 4. New York Z. Tvo
tam hits Van lltltren J. -Iback 1. lUr
ktt 1. Kan2. Three-tare hlti trang I. !l
lick 1, Uanzcl 1. llr I lrlck 1. Hit ! pitcher l!y
l'h)ie 1. Double iilars Krucir. Alctlann anl
Ityan 1 ltae on nails Itj Murphr 1; by I'h!
2. Struck out Ity Powell 2. by Murph 2. Pie.I
balls Warner 1. Molen hairs Wallace 1, Pad-
9:05 p.m., 11:30 p.m., 2:45a.m.
I"1 I1 1 'I1 1' 4 !"I rl I"!1 ! ptttt'It'V.JmS.Awi.
den 1. Strang 1 Time One hour and flltr min
utes. Umpire Dwyer.
GOSSIP OK llLI. I'LUKHV
3Iatlhevaon the Center of All l:e at
I lie Game.
Hcry one at League Park craned his neck
when the New lork tiam entered the
grounds In an endeavor to py the great
Matthew ton. of whom fo many column
have been printed throughout the length
and breadth of the ltnd thm spring. Though
the young man pitched a game here last
fall he was practically unknown, being of
mediocre caliber at that time. Dc-crfpttons
of him have betn printed in thte columns,
as well as In every baseball column In
America. He Is not so high In fleh. as the
turfman says. He certainly looks fit to
pltih the kind or ball he has hy pnotized w
many sluggers with. Matthi-nsou will prob
ably omclale In Wednesday's game, but
Managtr Davis will not decide just yeu
Strang, who Is playing at second for the
Gothemites now. and Is leading the League
with his bat. Is a sprinter for fair. The
way he negotiated the base lines showed
how he reaches stcond on singles. A sprint
race between some of th National League
players would bo a treat .llongslile of whkh
met athletic meets would be as plain soda
to mint julep.
Ilurkett's catch of lluelnw' long fly- In
the seventh was a beauty, and kept the
f core down materially.
The vlrltora tried to pull off a nervy a
bluff a has been seen on the local dia
mond In many moons. In the ninth Irnlng
Selbach made a eleai three-bagger to left
Held. Ho attempted to stretch the hit Into
a homer and was caught at the plate by
a fast relay. In which Hurkett. Wallace
und Ityan participated. Umpire Dwyer
cuucii mo runner oui. nut iiatli ordered
Selbach to the third sack and then begin
a. harangue about the ground rule, claim
ing that It should have bwn In force. As
Murphy had already pitched to the next
batter. It was a foolish waste of lime, hut
It showt how Davis utilizes every trick of
the game, and that wins many contests.
Kroger. McGann and Ityan pulled off a.
nice double In the seventh, when more runs
seemed to lie In sight for New York.
Chllds delivered tho goods when called
upon with a nice bingle. Nichols was given
the vme opportunity ia the ninth, but
T. judge from Van Haltren's liattlng yes
terday, he will 1 drawing a salary" for
playing ball when veterans of the Spanish
War are f.w and far between. It Is claimed
tlut he drew his llrt pay with old "Pop"
Anon, but he is only 41 years, of age, at
"Say," rnld or newsboy to another after
Hih game, "you wouldn't tink dem guys
wuz bnll players, would yuhr "Naw,
course not: dere a couple o oil kings. How
!' yuh s'x)e hall players cud flash such
hcadllghtsT" Wallace and Heldrick moved
on to the car, unaware of the argument
they had started. Hut the tlrst lad InslsteJ
that ball pliyers had u right to wear the
biggest of diamonds and tarry tho slightest
Murphy attempted to catch Van Haltren
narplng ard JlcGann muffed the ball, but
ho hld the elderly gentleman and wrestled
all about the Initial comer with him. Dwyer
gave the New Yorker a liase. however. Mc
Gann muffed another such tnron when
Phyle was off the bag a mile.
Hurkett was strictly In it with his single,
double, two put-outs and a pair of neat as
sists from deep left.
New York will be the attraction at
League Park again this afternoon. Jones
or Sudhoff will probably do the twirling for
the Donovanltes and Denzer or Tay lor will
be In the box for the top-notrhers unless
Manager Davis changes his mind this morn
ing and decides to move Matthewson up a
BOSTOX 3. CHICAGO O.
Aaareblatn Were I'nable to Halve Wll
llV Beaders and Were. Btaa-ketl.
Chicago. June i The locals cot bnt four
scattered hits off Willis to-day, only two
men reaching third. Boston scored one run
on a single and a long double, the second
on a scratch triple and a two-bagger, and
the third on three singles, with the aid of a
passed ball. The two teams put op a great
game, both In the outnd.l and the IntlelJ.
Attendance. 750. Bcure:
IlarlKll. lf.. J J
IH-Itrr. Jb... 1
loln. tf....J I J i J
TiUI 5 s
Ml II O A B.
Il.m'ton. cf I 2 0 0 tf
Tnn. lb . t I 11 '!
tVMint. JL t : 3 S u
U.nt. ... 1 : 1 C 0
Hmllli. If. I I 2 I) 0
(am'inr, rf t 0 I 0
lllnlni. 3b I u Z 1
Klllrlr. c 1 k
lllll. l . 1 V 1 2 0
TxUls.. ZiUf. IZ I
itattMl fur lluta In ninth
2SitS!T.'." . . u i 0 I 1 t e-3
fft an b 'M,.t 3. tloxton 3 Tu bje
htt-T'nny 1. Mttrto I. Mnlth I. niil.l 1
SJrJn I lH.utl .l-l'lllM. a U.I llrltrr.I.
linr De'Munt nJ Temiir. I. Uinjt ml Imtij. I
mrark out-Hr llutkn J. ir UlllU I lli I
Time-On huiir ml tumtr mlnmr- I nilra
Cl INN ATI . BKMOMA I.
CbaMpinna Had aa KlrKant I Imini- lo
Nln la the .Nlalb. but I'rll !! u.
Cincinnati. O. June J lloth jiitilitr erc
hit hard to-day. The flii!h was -xcItliiK
In the extreme. With one run m-tMul to tie
and two men out. an error, a lav- un 1 tlli
and a (cratch hit filled the baos, and K el-.
ft waa up. lie elit it fly lo ('ran ford .niJ
the came was uer. Attendant e. :.!)
All II o a i:.
Ati it iy a i-
Ih.bbs. rr . J l
lUtlr). If .J 1 2
HeOilej. 1U 2 S
Cratifonl. rtl I 3
MrlnMdt. 2b 2 2
Irwin. 3b 2
l3Ruun. K .. 3 3 1
llergrn. c. . 3 1
1'uilili-s I.. . 3 l
0 SbrknJ. ir I 1
I I l-lrr ir J
KrllC) 3b 2
iui ru i
K-arrrll. lb 3
Mr;ulie, . I
lltuh.i. t: 3
Klton . t
.3J IJ 2J Jl 2
2 t::i n
IUttnl rur HUKh- In ninth
Cincinnati .. . ,1I00S1-S
lltuukln ... . 0 1 1 ii 1 u 1
Iirnetl tutii OliKlniiill Z. lctAI)n 3. Twu
Leso hll-llailej 1. II:kl- 1. MinldrJ 1. Kre
I.T I. Jhr-lM!e liltfc JlaK un 2. I ruuforJ 1.
Ilahlen 1. llotn inns llfn:ii 1. lulin 1 btu
ln ! UoCnr I IiouliI iila.lj to
rrnrrll 1 Mirt ! on Lull" on I'l lllp X off
HuKhrs I. struck out -Ur I hlllp ;. i,r IIUKh.
2. 1mwi bills ilc;ulr" 1. Tlm- tin. luurnnJ
forty-live minutes, rmpliv CunninRham.
1'iTTXBi.KCi ii. iiiii.ni:i.rinv
Urlehanly Mil Kllrk sainl l)nakers
Frum but-Cut In Mntli liiiiiuir.
Pittsburg. Junel I'hllat2cllila was sived
a ahut-out.by Delehanty's lilt. fulloneJ by
Flick's three-bacscr. The UItors could do
nothing with rhllippl. nhile th locals lilt
Uuitslebr and Tonend at II. Atlend
a tire. SifK). Score:
Ml IIO A I!
Thomt. cf I 11 1 l
IiougLifc.. Hi 3 0 & 0
Dl antj. lb 3 3 v
VTkk. if 3 14 0
Hirrv. 3b 4 0 0 3
tJ'S.1'- If- -4110
Mcrail il. c I 0 3 0
J'ltM. e .. .4 1 2 3
Italltnan. 2b 2 o 0 2
Ducslrto. 1 0 1 1
Townnd. j. 3 0 1 1
Alt II l A t.
'lk If . S
llranstlelJ lb 2
rtmippi. p. .3
Total 15 12 2J 1
Total... .33 C2l 1 3
Pittsburg I t 3 I 0 I o 0 -11
Philadelphia ooeooivue 1
Kamed runs Philadelphia 1 PittsVujrS T1r
baaa hits VSagnrr 1. I.-ach 1. nick 1 Sacrifice
bits nitchey 1. Hlol.n liases liraumont 1. War
ner I. O'Connor 1. Double plars-Ky unl Itltch-r
1: Townsend and Cross I. 1-Ir-l ha on hall.
Off l'hlllppl 1. elf Duaalet.v I. oft Town--n 1 3.
Hit br pitched ball lltan-llelj i stru. k out
Ht l'hlllppl 7. bj Dugxlrby 1. r Toinend 2.
Passed balls Mcrarlantl 1 M1I pitches l'hll
lppl 1. Time Two hours. Umpire um-lle.
Washington S. rhlrngo ."!.
Chicago June 3 W'a-hlr-ton ii.t up a greit
game and won handily The local team f lucht
hard all the time, but wa unable to win l'attoa
was In rare form, allowing but four hits At
tendance. 2.1C0 Score:
AB.H O A B.
Alt 11 IV
Hoy. cr 4 2
Farr.ll. ef...S.l 2
Dungan. lb .11 It
Jones, rf ....4
lsbell. lb.. ..4
wumn. rt.. .4
Foster. If . .3
Lee. if !
lUrtman. 3b I 0 2
Khugart. s ..1 0 1
Merrer. rf .3 o
Clark, e. ...4 1
'"ilnsman. .3 1
Coughlin. 5b J 1
Patten, p. .4 0
McFarl'd. If 2
Rutltian. c .4
ratterson. p 4
Totals 31 4 2114 I
Totals .21 t 31 IS I
Chicago 100000010 0-1
Washington 0 12000noo 2 S
Iaift on basee Clilcsgo l Washington 3. Tsio
base hits cllngman 1. Three bao hits -Foster
I. Home-rumr Ihingan 1. Couzhlln 1 Hvcrll-e
hits Mertes 1. Cllngman 1. Htolen bases Jones I.
Merles 3. ftartman I. bhugart 1. Double plays
Khusart. Mertes and Isb-ll. 1. Mercer anl Cllng
man. 1. Struck out ltr Patterson 4 hy Patten S
Pase on halls Ort I'atterson 3. of Patten 4 lilt
with hall Hartman 1 Time One hour ami lifT'
flve minutes. Umpires Mannassau and Connolly.
Philadelphia "Detroit 1.
Detroit. Mich . June 2.-fclnges t y Powers an I
Plank with Delaa'a base on lIls and Geirr
high Ty to Holmes tn the second Inning this aft
ernoon brought In two runs and wen the gamo
for the rhlla.lclr.hla Athletics KIbertleld's three
base hit In the .eyenth scored Detroit's only run.
Attendance. J.ij. store:
Detroit. . Phlladelthla
AU.HOA.al . All II OAR.
Casey. 2b. ..4 1 2 1 0 fieler. r. f. 4 13 0 1
ILvrrett. c f 1 0 2 0 O.HeTdon. I f4 2 1 0 o
ISIeason. 2b 1 1 3 3 1 1 Cross. 3b . 3 0 1 2 0
1 1 rimes, r f 4 0 4 0 0. LaJole. -, 4 I S 4 o
?:iberfeld. a .J J o 2 0 Fultr. c f 30100
I'A'rter. Ibt 0 I 0 1 Davis, lb . 4 u M 2 11
Nance. I. f..3 14 0 0 Powers, c. 4 I t 4 0
Ituelow. e.... 0 4 10 Dolan. s. . .1 o I ; o
Miller, p... 3 10 3 1 Plank, u 4 112 0
Totals ....30 27 3
Totals . .31 C 27 It S
. . ,..si.siiiie-"-e - s. en v-i
TUItnll A A A A J. n .a a .
rw-w a-w t4 X -s
-. ..u.a ...... .... .... ... '. '. , V V M 1 II O 1
l'hlladeh hla 9 2000000O2
1-arned runs Detroit I Three-base hit fSler
feld L Hacnnce hits Kultz 1 stolen baues
Nance 1. First base on halls Off Mlller-'ST of
;""". iii isiisi on errvrs ueirvit i. I'nus
tlelphla, 1. Ift on Istses Detroit 5, Philadelphia
. Stniek out-IJy Miller 2. by Plank S Double
i1"'" i-ioeneia. uieason ana McAllister I.
1 hue Two hours. Umplre-gherldaa.
Baltimore 7. Cleveland s.
Cleveland. O. June 3 Dowling s wlldnes. was
rssptmelble for the defeat of llrTelvrtd to-illr
re giving nine bases on balls ami tilttln- iw.
batters. He forced la run In the third, end io
singles did the rest, with the bases full The
AH II.O A r.
AH II O A K.
PlckVg. cf 3
la. Ch'ce, lb 4
Hradley. 3'j 4
Wool. e.. . 4
fleck, th 4
lowllng. p 3
Donlln. K...3 1 4
Wll'ms. 2b. 4 1 1
Kelster. s. 4 1 2
Seymour, rr 4 2 I
Jackson, cf 4 rt 3
llohe. ih. ..j o 11
Itres'han. c..3 0 I
Dunn, p ....i i o
Totals ...3t I 21 13 1 1 Tola's ...M t 27 11 I
Baltimore 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 -7
Earned runs flevels nil 1. Two-re.e h'ts
Bradley L First base un errors Cleveland 1
First bsse on balls Of I"wllng struck out
Br Dowling. Donlln. Jackson: by Dunn. She.
beck. Hit by pitched Mil By Dowllrg 2. ly
Dunn 2. Left en ba.bes Cleveland t. Baltimore
S. Double plays imams. Kelster anl I tore I.
Stolen bases O'Brien I. La Chance l. lira. II. v I.
McOraw 1. Donlln 1. Williams I. Dunn 1 Time
One hour and twenty-five minutes. I'm; Ire
Cant 1 1 Ion.
Milwaukee 4, Boston 2.
Milwaukee. Wis. Jure 2. Sparks lltche.1 a
masterly game tn-day. allowing only tlitee sin
gles ln nine Innlrgs The visitors woulo have
teen shut out. but In the ninth Inning errors t-y
Frtel. ivannor and Anderson let In two run.
Scr-recVtngost eaught five men who attempted
to rtsal second bae Attendance 1,200. Seore
ARHO A 11
All H O A E.
Dowd. If.. .4 1 1 n o
Hfrnnbtll rf 2 o 1 o
S'ahl. cf I 2 5 o a
Collins. 2h..4 .1 2 2
ITietmn. lb 4 0 c o o
l"arent, s. .1 0 1 ; 1
Ferris. 2b. ..2 o 5 li 0
Schreck. c 4 o 2 5
Lewis, p .. 3 0 0 1 i.
Totals ...22 "i 21 M 1
Waldron. rf.3 t
OUIiert. 2I 4
lb t 2 11 1
Krlel, s .... 4
Duffy, cf... 3
0 3 0
Burke. 31.. ..1
Sparks, p ..1
Totals ...2t I 27 12 5
Milwaukee 4 0 3 0 o o 0 l I
Boston oooooooo 2-2
Earned runs Milwaukee 2. Three-bae hits
Waldron 1. Stolen roees Burke l. Anderson 2.
Stahl 1. Base on halls--Off Sparks 2; on" Lewis 7
Struck out Br Sparks 3. by lawls a. 11 -it. la
plays-iAnderson to Frif! 1 Left on bases Mil
waukee 5. Boston t. I'mrlre llasltelL Time
One hour and fifty mlnutrs.
lenTer. Colo.. June 3 Denver won to-day's
Came from Colorado Springs by timely tutting
In the third and seventh Innings. Beam for the
visitors was very wild Attendance, 7i Score
.. ... HUE.
Denver 0 0 5 0 1 4 0 212 II 5
Colorado Springs.. t OOOOOloo 2 7 2
Batteries: Denver Butler and Jsmes Sullivan.
Colorado Springs Itetra and Donahue.
St. Joseph. Mo., June 3 The Saints lost a ten
lonlRg game to the Blues to-day br the superior
bitting of the visitors and the faulty fielding of
the kcals. Attendance. 1500. Score 1
... R. H. E.
St. Joseph 0 00000101 03 5 5
Kansas City 1 ooo20o 2-5 4
Batteries: gt Joseph-McDonald Mitten anl
Dooin Kansas City tllbssn and Devllle. Um
Minneapolis. Minn . June I. The Minneapolis
Infield went te pieces earlr In fie game and St.
Paul bad aa easy time. 1'arvln was wild. Ca-
gan pitched a ftej.jy game for the Tlltss. At-tt-ndrfnee.
It. II. K.
Mlnn-ai 1U . .. t 1 (I I a a 0 0- 3
Paul 302U21U0.-S 1
lattT!i. Mlnmapulla Parvln un.1 2Ss.Vcnel.
M lai.l Cogan an! W11.ii
oi.ialui. Neb June 3. Iiday'e riinm between
Omaha and lies Molne. nas a rlutrctrg niatrli,
tour iltil.ers bring ued up. t-tuwiirt. and lira
turn each made a. home rut. cre.
It. II. I.
Omaha 1 1 2 1 H 4 4 o . -1.7 17 11
lie. Mtlnrs 40USOV2 0 V 12 It 1
Hattenrs Omaha Coon. .Imluni and lluck
Ie lies il iiiifs Pulcbow and ...le. t'tm Ire
Utile Ito, k. Aik. June 2. -Moi. .
It. II K.
1 a I. 2
Utile link .
: 1 2 o 1
Itattertes. lllrniliirlum Ulll.rlm 4iil Culver.
Utile l'Mk Vllruuug an.1 Lyuch. ec
Mirt-vepiHt. 11 , June 2. hecrtt
Mue-et.,rt . .011 1-3 ! 3
b-lina 0 02 0OOIoo-2 7 0
llatttrle. Iitevfi rt-SJMiple and yicCulre.
bvltua Mi.lRt-e urnl Aleaandr.
M tiitilils. Tenn
Nn-hTllle o o o u 2 o o 2 7 3
.l.lnhl ... I O V 3 4 17 1
1-jti.rles Na-hille-l1slier and'CVrbetl. 11-m-pbt-
llobb. and Kalliog
New Orleuti!-, June 2 fcctte:
tl attanooirt .0 0 2 I 0 2 I 7 12 S
New li-leaiis. il 2 i 0 1 2 2 3 -13 It 4
llatt.rie. Chattanoova hretland and Abbott.
New Olleaus lKlan and Kotlt
4 iillruc Oan.rs.
.iiii.lu. Neli, June 3 l!inne-!i is. .'relgh
ton I -Kr lis J s
lre.leriiktev.il Mo. June 3 Marvin ."ollege
alumni .Ue. tl-ii rt-gtlUr toliege teuiu hrri- In
i.a. the game resulting In a sv-jfe ot 12 to 13
In lavor .f the iccuUr team
At Siutli l'rnd. luJ WIseorMn II. Notre
I lame 4
At l'rovldence. It I -Itrown 19 Chlrago .
Tl.rrc I l.encur.
At ltk !.laml-lnvteirt """k Island 5.
At I a'u liecatur 4. Iiloimlngti-n f, . .
t Jar lupids- tVlar luplds 3. J'lxktord I
At Teiie llauti Terre Haute n. Utansvllle S.
At Columlsi' Colurpbii. . ln.llanaSlls X
At l.ul'llle-lajt'n 7. l)UiTlIle S.
vl I it Wane Ktrt Wajne 3 r.!edo 1.
At Marioa-Marlon 22. Oran.1 laplds ..
Iayetie M'. June 3 The fatet and bet
game if tjietiall ever plije.1 n Payette was
that I-twe.ir Payette anl Armstrong jeter
la 11 was a pitchers' liattle f..r ten Innings,
Armstrong wlnnlnr. 2 to 2. Fayette nade. two
hits anl Arn.str.ng three hits, whlls Itoblnion
if Armstrorg struck out I.ftee. and IJght ot
Central College easily defeated the New rrank
lln team this aflcrnon. 2 to 4. en -.entral's
.Itimond. lutterie. entrat Wagner and
Uonlcs. New Franklin Fnillh. and tllbsoa.
Itri't I1I.IC SI'KCIATj.
llutler Jlo . June 2 A match gam of hase
I.ill between flutler and Nevada here to-day re
ealted lu a victory for llutler bj a scoie of II
RKITIIMO HPECI VI..
lt-n-e. HI. June 2. rtvmr sol Fillmore
pl-yed here yesterday Kimscy . Illlmore 7.
Uale-burg. Ill . June 2. Knox Collge defeated
Limbard pllege In the mth and last game of
the eerles here to-.!ar hy the sore of It to 1.
Knox cltarlr outclassed their epponents both at
the tal and In the Illd In the flfth Inning
Knox iMinled Jansen hanl. Including two home
runs. !lek was almost Invincible. The "jor?",:
Knox efiOtfSll .. 11 1 l
Lombard oooioooee 1 2 a
Halt-Ties Knov-K.slck and McMillan. Iim
bard Janen and Bowles.
rtKPrnue frPin l.
Ibanpn. II . June 3 The ly-banon Ilaseball
Club has arranged for a, series of four games lo
1-e ilayed with the Jackson. Tenn. team. June
in. II, 12. and 13. In thvt city The team Till
leare for Jackson Sunday moral-g
The ljrliMn.in nine Is tne of the strongest In
Southern Illinois II has won seven straight
games thi. season all It has played defeating
tne j.d S-IJl lings. Ml-aiurl I'ncltlce. Uber
ts, Hor rones. Cascarets and Conurrtr, all cf
Aninlenr Ilnaeunll "Votes.
-The slock cl-iks nf the Hamllton-nrown Shoe
Company hive organized a I-aJI team anl woull
I ke lo arrange games with the Ivls-Zukorkl
Mercantile Company lav rrel!e-W llliarrs and the
fchwab Clothl'C Comrsiny Ior games address
Ouutaln J. Tehan. care of Hamlltun-Hronn Shoe
Co-ppvny. Twelfth street and Washington avenue.
The Ire. Mountain .Juniors would like to
i.a.v .mm 11 ia.ifvi. In tbe l.ielxId class. Ad-
i dress Join Marx, No. 2007 Kosciusko street.
The Kag'es were dereviea at c-mninip. i
Fumlay -score, s to 5. They would like to hear
fn-m all first-class clubs. Adlresj It. oerster.
No. 224 Walnut street.
-The KlrkwootKmwns received their first de
feat of the sewn Sunday afternoon from the
Terminal. In an eleven Inning contest, the final
score lielng ID to 9
The Marcontles defeated the Y. M. C. A.s hy
the acre of 15 to It
Team No 3 of the Y M C A. I-eague was
dc frated by team No. C In a ten inning game Sst
tirday aftrmon bv a score of 1 to is Weber
ami lilac kfonl )H the batterr work fir No 2
and Martin and W Milan's for No t. Weber lost
all ewilrol In the lat Innlrg and was replaced
by Itlackford who finished up In neat style.
The Jucges derated the Trenton. Ill . team
Sunday afternoon br a score of S to Z.
T-e Klrk-roci Mllltarr Academy ilifeatej the
Western Mllitnrv Ara lemy on the latter'
grourds at Alton bv the score of 11 to 12. The
features of the game were the steady pitching
r w hit more and the all anund hitting ot K.
The North t. Ivnile Turner Juniors hare or-
prmiiel and h-sve ftefeate.l Irtllh the loutll St
1 l-ou's ard Foclal Turners. Trey would like to
arrarge games wltn otner tnrncrs or ire cur.
Two teams compose 1 of members of the Vaa
nulshed Alhle'lc Club o'ayed an Interesting game
fturdar. lie eeeend team wlrnlng out la the
twelfth. Irnlng by a score cf 1) to 7
The New Hras defeated the Pltlmea Sjndar
ly the score of 22 ta 1C The New Fras woul 1
Pke to arrange a game with the NashTllIes for
Sun lar Address Joe Darker. No. USS Easton
The (.rare team won from the Fmmaus Sun
day the final sre being 22to 11.
The M Cs defeated a lrked team bun
day by a eev-A of 14 to s The it. A. "s woul J
like to sign a gold Infiel ler and would like to
ar-unre a gaire for p.xt Kumiay. the Hanon A
Ilakers or St. Lmis Commission Companys pre-
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Holy 4'rt. d'featedethe Immantiel. Sunday
alternoun la an uninteresting game L the toi
heavy score of 2S tu 11.
IDLUllih' ATIII.KTIC :ssir.
Cbnn.ploa Atbletrs Have Bern Seen
In M. laials Tbls Spring.
St Iaiiils I'tilversity's track team Is to
tnak.i Its Initial apjiearance on the ball tic id
this afternoon at the university's grounds
In a game with the second team from th.
The game should be quite an Interesting
one. as the High School team has won a
number of games this season, and the team
thut will represent the 'varlty ought to
put up a fair game, as a number of the
lmlvi4JS!l' cr.uk athletes are members ot
tho 'varsity ball team.
Christian Ilrolhers College wilt have Its
annual Held day on Saturday afternoon.
June S. on the college campus. This will
futiiNli a good opiHjrtunlty to see the ath
letts who won the State championship la
union. Henry Jackson s-iould. by his show
ing lu the Slate meet, win the all-round
championship of the school. MclMnald. the
llruthers crack prluter. will have a hard
time of it in the sprints, as he will be on
the scratch mark, and It will take some
fust running to beat leinglnottl. Jlarney
and Ttlordan. who will have at Ieuxt a yard
a him in the handicap events. McCarthy
should have no trouble In winning the lotig
ir races. The feature of the meet will be
the relay rate between vlasi. team.-.
The college athletic season whkh has just
. hr-ed In St. I.fiuls was the most success
ful In the history of athletics at the vari
ous schools. Si. UiuLs rnlverMty played
nil ImiKirtant part In Ihe upbuilding of ath
lelks by Its good work in this line In the
past two years. The meet held by- the Junior
athletes of th university lus ni-coiniJlshed
wonders in exciting the Interest if the
youncer talent ulaiut the city, und by get
ting the boys, of the public scboulo Inter
ested In the s-urt a deal has le-en dciu
towards putting athletics on a firmer bas.
us the tsjys at these behools are all young.
huh, vvitii u tew- years or proper traainn,.
.(ulte a number of good athletes may- lie
turned out from this crowd of youngstfirs.
mid the High Svhool mav profit lnimtruvly
by this, as the hoys when graduated from
the grammar school generally enter Htjh.
Tho soldier Iwys are displaying great In
terest in tne meet to he held at the Arxnorv
Hall on June IS and are training hard fur
the special events In which they Intend to
Ht. Louis has been visited by a few f the
cracg athletes or the country this season
md the public was given the opportunity
of seeing all of them In action.
The first athlete of Tame to visit St. Louis
this spring was Kred Powerj.. who woe.
the champion of America in 1S33. Harney
V.'efers. who made 1 yards In :l4-5. was
seen here In a few exhibition sprints at the
St. Louis A. A. A. (-rounds.
St. Louis Is soon to be visited hy an..
oilier charaulon athlete. John nannman.
who holds tha world's record for the
hammer throw. Ife will be In athleUc
games to be held June 23 by the Hibernians
at the Fair Grounds. The local athletes
have been furnished an excellent opportuni
ty to get a line on good form from these
Kn tries for the tenrls tournament t. be
held by the St. Louis A. A. A. closed Tester-
uay. Most of the crack players or tneeciuo
nave sent in tneir entries.
Dranlsta B, Merchants O.
The Druggists and Merchants met en theiAcn,
alleys last nignt. tne iruR-s-j maains; .:.e.u.
sweep by taking all At games. Enderle was
high for the Dn.gg.sts. with a 57 1-5 average.
closely followed by BrenneV and Kahre. who
were both orer the St mark. Upper was on top
for the Merchants, with a 53 average. The scorec
Names. C. M 1 2 2 4 S To'!. Av.
Kvhre W 11 B tt B at l-
NU i IS 43 51 i 47 4t 24S
Niemann 4 IS 43 43 53 51 3 JV 50
Ilrenner 10 13 52 72 M 27 t
i-nderls ( li 5S H 5J 54 SB 3 67 I-e
25 7 25i 28 27 271 III 13M 51 21-21
C. M. 1 2 3 4
I To'L Av. i
4S 237 47 2-J
44 213 42 3-5
tl 2e 53
m 215 47
. 6 23
til 4. &J
39 47 41
41 ii :
.. Z 49
.. 22 47
... S S 47
S SS 50
Totals .2 Ul 224 217 147 271 237 1200 4
Centrals 3. St. Lonls 2.
The Central and 8t. Louts t-ams met on i the
Crescent alley, last night, the VJLVtSS
h. n... isn nd taktrur the last three. Mitchell
was high for the Centrals, with a -2 average,
an 1 McCarthy was en top for the St. Iajals tram.
with a 51 2 5 average. -.-ore:
V.E..V 1 ItAIe-l.
4 5 To'L. Av.
... t 12
51 54 57 I! K M i!
33 45 47 it 2 212 42 2-S
57 C. tl 51 47 2V5 53 1-5
44 54 4 52 23. 47
. 7 15 41 45 49 41 4 220 4
Totals 3 79 WW 271 2332341243 43125
Names. & M. 1 3 I 4 S To'L Av.
Schlemm II It 50 S4 g as 55 41 1-i
Fonarum ..v... 5 1 5. 47 3S ) p 41
Sl-encer 20 41 47 42 44 40 2 B 49
Utrhtensteln.. 20 4S i M 51 52 25 47 1-5
McCarthy . ... 64 51 Ct 4 43 217 61 1-5
Totals 37 91 2S2 24 238 215 nilltl 4S 14-25,
Mound City ...
World's Fair .
North l'njs ...
Won. Lost. Pet
...21 7 .747
.. It 9 .Mi.
...17 ii .-or?
....12 12 .520
...1 l' .f
.. 10 Ji .13
... is .210
Qnolt Games Derided.
The fourth series of games of the National
Quoit Association were played yesterday arter
ncsn. and resulted as follows:
The IJlue llldge Club took three out ot five
games from the gchuck lub by the following
scores: 21 to II. 21 to It. and 21 to 19. The
Schuck Club wen the other two games; scores.
21 to 14. and 21 to 1- The Chippewa Club took
four out of five games from the Gravels Club
by the following scores: 21 to 14. 21 to 17. 15 In
21. 21 to 6. and 21 to 17. About tOO spectators
witnessed the games.
TURF OFFICIAL Oft
Declares the Kast Has :i Whole
some ltesiiert for Speedy
REPUBLIC SPECIA L
Chicago, June 3 Conceding that the best
Part of the prompt .ttve derby field is Mill in
tho Kast and accepting the truth of the
racing aphorism that one guess on the
ground Is worth a dozen at long range, the
lesult of the observations of a conspicuous
racing ofHcial in the Kat conveyed In a let
ter to tho writer hereof, may be of value.
Tho letter follows.
"lasterners have a wholesome respect for
Garry Hermann, whom they know. The
nther Western land'dates they- do not know,
and consequently do nut stand In fear of
them. The rai Ins public i tlrkle to the
last de.ree. The attitude of the emirt dl-vi-lon
toward the Eastern 3-year-olds indi
"At the opening i.f the season at Morris
Park. Charles) Patterson's All Green was
e.tld by many- fcood Judge to be the most
Improved .olt of his age that had been
nessi at the Aquedui t meeting, and when,
after an Indifferent ride on th part of Ilrcn-
laii. lie came on and finished thl'd to Uan
aster and t'ontestur In the Metropolitan the
tnlt had a host of fresh admirers.
The 1'aruiler irlur. I p.
"Then tame the Withers Stakes on a
heav,- trick, when The Parader smothired
lionnlbert. Itellarlo and All Gr.-n. Instantly-
It. T. W Horn's j-ucsl son of Long
Mrtct was hall.il as champion. Tho With
ers w is expected to furnish a splendid
race, between the K.ene candidate. Com
mando, and The Parader. but the course
was heavy, a. id. after a consultation with.
Jjiue. It. Keene an 1 William Lakewood.
who Jointly own Comnis-nilo. the pn went
thiough his name and The Parader came
"Then came the l'elmont at oue mile and
three furlong", and the way Commando han
dled The parader was scandalous As a
matter of fact. Commando pulled to The
Parader und then won galloping. Tha air
rang with the praises ot the lop-eared son
of Domino. There never was a better opportunity-
to study tl.is than In that event.
The Parader ran he id and head with Com
mando until throe furlongs from home and
then, when the pace kept hot. he slmplv
rolled and lurched about the track, like a
ship without a rudder.
"Hut scareelv had the applause for Com
mando's splendid performance died away
when Keene showed a second Derby candi
date in Conroy. by St. Leonards, dam Imp.
I-ady Ir.vercauM. This new star appeared
In the Jockey club's weight for age raco
ot one mile and a furlong, and had for com
petitors Flelschmann's colt, lllues (another
Derby candidate, hy- the way), and Doctor
Harlow, also a 3-year-old. but not engaged
ft Washington Park. Blues could give Conroy-
fifteen pounds and a sound beating aa
a 2-year-old, but Conroy- carried him Ave
furlongs around the first turn at Morris
Park, which Is very abrupt. In l.-OWi. This,
with lttt pounds up. and the way he did It,
ret Keene to thinking, and he determined
to send Conroy after the Brooklyn Handi
cap at Gravesend.
Ceastitatloa Pat Tbroajtta Her Gaits.
i.cwrt'.R- '. Jun' The syndicate's Amer
ica s cup defender Constltuticn was given a trial
rTfi It?'.. u- , '- ln 'he vicinity of the
lightship, where the wind was freshest, the yacht
"nt hither and thither, close-hauled and on
Jon reaches. Then she was put about, and. com
ing relore the wind, swept Into the bar. making
a splendid spectacle for a racing yacht.
CAPTAIN HALL VINDICATED.
Charged With Cowardice, He Is
Brevetted for llis Conduct.
Washington, June J, Complete vindica
tion or Captain Newt T. Hall'bas been ob
tained through the action of the Naval
Board of Awards ln recommending htm for
a brevet for conspicuous conduct through
out the siegt of the legations In Pckln.
This action following up the report of the
Court of Inquiry, which made a complete
Investigation of Captain Hall's behavior,
and which found that he was not guilty of
cowardice, but had merely committed an
error of Judgment, completely removes from
the escutcheon of the Marine Corps and
of the general military service of the United
States the stain of having had a coward In,
Its representation in the International force
at Pekln. Captain J. T. Myers, who was In
command of the American guard ln Pckln,
was advanced four numbers.
The beard took Into consideration the re
port of tht Court of Inquiry that Captain
Hall had committed an error of Judgment,
and therefoie did not recommend him for
advancement, giving him Instead the brevet.
LUCKY TELEPHONE GIRL
Her Charms M'in for Her a Mil
New York. June 3. The marriage of Mis
Margaret J. Harrington of this city to Jo
seph A. Coram of Lowell. Mas.. was an
nounced to-day. and is a sequel to a ro
mance that began ln prosaic fashion seven,
Miss Harrington was then a telephone girt
at the Imperial Hotel. She was then 29
years old. Four years ago she was trans
ferred to the Waldorf, and Mr. Coram
changed his hotel when he learned of thLs.
Mr. Coram Is said to be worth J10.000.08S.
Hjls 48 years old and owns several mines.
The marriage was celebrated in Boston,
where the bride was given away by her
brother, Matthew J. Harrington, a Repub
lican politician of this city.
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