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THE ST. LOUIS SATURDAY REPUBLIC: JULY 2, 1904."
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at ttA0 SiW Cc'o Jactoa.
Nichols's Mon Pound Britrg-s All
0cr Field. .Making Ton Runs
jind Fifteen Hits.
McFARLAND IN GREAT SHAPE.
Three-Eye League Recruit Signal
izes Ilis Return to H uober by
Pitching .Masterly Arti
cle of Ball."
STANDING OF THE CLUnS.
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TEAMS FROM THIRTEEN
CITIES IN TURNERS MEET.
Exercise Constat of Horizontal and
Parallel Bar Feats and Vaults
More than 150 Turners from the various
tumverelns In St. Louis, other cities In
the United States and Germany partici
pated In the Turners' international gym-
DR. NaTHMilEL K. KINS,
22 Pine EL, St.- Louis, Mo.
I curs this disease without operation or
lleatura. and under my treatment the con
gested condition (within ten day.) disap
pears? The jart ate restored to their nat
ural condition, vigor and strength and cir
My gatnate U can Is:
-Not dollar and fce ptld aatil and."
Stricture. Contagions B loo d Pol
ios. Loss oVIr, Piles, Kldner,
Bladder and Prostatic. Trouble,
Rupture, Frlvnte nnd Special Dls-
'irouni'. la m. to I p. m. Sunday, to i.
MwTmm iwwie. S3 Fine bt. Conn
.Kill, sixth and PlnejSt-Louls. Mo.
ii you tiivfcvss-."-"
nastlc contests at the World's
Stadium jesterday afternoon.
The programrao consisted of three ex
ercises on the horizontal nnd parallel
bars and horses. Each contestant was
compelled to do three exercises on eacli
appartus, two obligatory and one volun
teer. The first two exercises Included the
highest grades In each class.
The exercises will be counted five points
for excellent, four for very good, thiee
for good, two for medium ana one for a
The German team, eight of which took
part yesterday, seem to be the favorites
in team championship. Fourteen of them
are here and the other four will take part
in the track and field events to-day.
The German Turners are all tall, husky
looking chaps, each being at least 6 feet
tall, weighing on an average ot about
It could plainly be seen when one ot the
turners left the appartus If he was a
moraber of the German team or not, as
eacli of these stood as erect ai an arrow
when through with his exerciv?.
George Eyser of the Corcondla Turner
vertn of this city atracted much atten
tion from the fact that he has only ono
leg. His left member Is severed Just bo
low the knee and he has a. woodn leg.
Thirteen cities are represented in the
competition. Cleveland. Chicago, Philadel
phia, New York, Milwaukee. Kansas City,
St. Louis. Indianapolis Brookljn, New
ark, N. J.: Detroit, Davenport, la . and
BerIln. , .
The results of yesterday s exercises will
not be announced until to-day, as the
points to-day will be added to those of
yesterday In the teams and Individual
The following are the judges who of
Horizontal tsrs Date OstcrheM. Aueat
Eckel, H. B Cammann. .JuL Doerter. rred
John. F. C. B. Fchnelder. Otto Grenbel, Her
man Heln and O. A. Schloefli.
Parallel bars S. Kostlan. Emit .Hath. Hans
Lehrman. Ad. Mols. Oscar Lang Emil War
ner. Henry Suder, Doctor Carl-Zapp and Doc
tor A A. Knoch.
Hones Adam Doehla. CUrt Toll. Otto Koe
nlg H. Osterheld. Ernst Behnke-, Kred Ijirens,
F. Eger, Doctor Robot Nohr and: Kred Koch.
To Regrattn, at Creve Coaer Lake.
The regatta, which was announced to b hcM
at Crere Coeur Lako to-morrow and Monday,
will not be held until a later date.
Minor Leaame Games.
Marshall. 111.. July 1. The State Larue clubs'
ot West Terra JUuta anj Marshall plated here
to-day. Scon: atarebaU i. West Terrs Brunei.
The St Louis Cardinals broke Chicago'
wlnnm? streak at Leaua Turk jesterday
and crimped them .iflcr nu easy effort, to
thp delight of :.0i) fjns. The score was 10
As te usual with them, the Cardinals
pick ono pitcher In ejeh periea for
slaughter "Uuttons" Bness was their
When it was all over the locals hail
made fifteen cruel welts In the pitching
reputation of "iiuttons" and scored a total
of ten rurs.
"Sahib" Shannon and "Sheik" Beckley
each found Brigs for three hits, while
Farrell and Barclay Jumped into the midst
of "Buttons" for two hits apiece. Mean
while Mcrarland, a recruit from the
Three-Eje League, was fooling Erlgss's
It was McFarland's first appearance on
the rubber slnco Tatsy Flaherty cracked
him on the head in Pittsburg two wtek9
Flaherty mus-t have hit McFariand on
the pitching bump, for that joung box
man showed an assortment of curves,
speed and mixtures such as CharU". lias
not had on exhibition before this eason.
Chicago managed to make six hits anil
two runs off his dellcr. They tried hard
to do better, but Charley was hard-hearted
and refused to allow them to break into
the run and hit column any mole ef
fectively than stated above.
The wonderful Improvement that came
to McFariand simultaneously with the
bump on his cranium led a fin to suggest
that Manager Nichols might send both
Sanders and Dunleavy out to bat and let
some pitcher peck at their heads.
COLTS PLAYKD LISTLESSLY.
Johnnie Kilns and Joo TinkT made
shows of themselves. This pair helped
the lccnls materially, while they gave to
Briggs a dark-brown taste. Tho locals
stole Just seven bases on Johnnie.
It was the poorest exhibition of throw
ing that Kling has ever made here Tin
ker also plaved a very poor game, nnd
while he is ch.ugwl with only one eiror
he made four or live mipla that made
a Chicago rooter In tho bleachers observe
that Joe must have stubbed his toes and
Ungerj on the Pike.
After four Innings of bad work in the
field Frank Selee signaled Tinker to come
In and take charg,' of the Aater bariel.
Williams took Tinker's place at short nr.d
did much better.
Farrell"' single. Shannon's sacrifice hit
and a single by Beckley gave to the lo
cals a run in the first Inning. S'nglcs by
McFarland. Shannon and Becklej, toupad
with Smoot's Intleld tap. his steal of sec
ond nnd third, an error by Tinker on
Brain" grounder, a doiibio steal by Smoot
nnd Bram and Barciaj's smashing single
gave to St. Louis four runs m tho third.
Chicago made ono In the fourth on sin
gles by Chance and McCarthy and an in
lield out on Jones
McCarthy's single, Evers's double and
Wll.iams's infield tip gave to Chicigo
their second and last run of the game in
the seventh inning.
Singles by Barclay and Burke, Gradv's
triple and singles by Farrell. Shannon and
Ecckley, coupled with Fnrroir-5 steal of
second and third, and Shannon's steal of
second, gave to the locals flvo runs in tho
Brown and O'Neill, former Cardinals,
will oppose Nichols or Corbett and Grady
in the box to-day:
rnr'fll. second bn .
She l con. rlxht 11-Id .
Ilrckle, firt bae ..
brnoot, cnt-r flU .
Rraln. shortstop ....
Barclay, left Held
Hurke, thirl bs ...
MU'nrland. pitcher ..
Totals -. M W IS 87
AB R. IB. O.
cl, left Mil 4 0 0
Cases, third base 4 0 1
CTani-e rtrst ba . .. 3
MeCsrtrv -nir neii 4
Jrnf-i. rittht hM
Evrp, second hafe .
Bn PP. pltchT
Totals 51 5 6 It 11 J
St. Louis i 0 4 l o o 0 5 ..Iff
Chicago 0 0 0 t 0 0 t 0 0 J
Earned run St. Loui S, ChicaRO 2 Two-ba"e
hits Casey 1. Beckley 1. Uraln 1. Thrrn-hae
hit" Grsdv 1 Sacrifice hits Shannon 1, HrlEg-s
1 Double plav-Hraln and Farrell 1 Stolen
baft Farrell 2. Shannon 1. Smoot 2. Brain 1.
Harclav 1 Hit bv pitched l-all By SIcrarland,
C.iance. Payen on ball" Off Brings 1 Struok
out Uy Mcrarland 2. Left on bases St. Loul
6. Chlcflffo 2. Tlma cf xsme One hour and
thirty-nine minutes. Umpire O'Day.
Phllndelphln 13, Brooklyn S.
Philadelphia. July 1. By heavy tattlni the
borne team easily defeated Brooklyn. Attend
ance 1.422. Scoro:
Ali.ll 'J A.t
Ilnhbs cf.. 4
Dillon, lb. . o
Lumley. rf.4 2
Gesler. K. 1
llabb. s 1 1
Rltter. 2b. 4 0
MctTk. :b .4 0
Bercen, L...3 0
Poole, p... 1 0
Rfldv. p .. 1 1
Sheckard t 1
Totals .34 S 24 14 4
Thoma'. cf 4 1 2 o 0
nieanon 2b 2 0 4 0
Lush. If. ..53200
Both, c 4
VcGee It .5
Hall. 3b ... 4
Totals ..41 17
:M i ii
Batted for Poolo In sixth Innlnj.
Prookljn 0 0010000 12
Philadelphia 14021005 . 13
Two-base lilts Dobbs 1, GIeaon I. Dojle 1.
McGee 1, Mitchell 1 Three-bane hits Gleason
J. Home runs Lumley 1. Double plain Rltter
and Dillon 1 Left on bases Brookb-n r. Phlla
delthla 3. First base on balls Off Poole 4 oft
Heldr 1 Rtluck out-Bv loolo 1. b Reldy 1.
by Mitchell 5 HltsOrt Poole 1U iln mo in
nlnc?). off Reldv 7 fin three lnn!nz9l. Time f
came One hour and fifty-five minutes. Umpires
,J-lt,t4 HtlU kIl-llT.
evr York 7. Boston 1.
New Tork. July 1. New York scored an
other victory tcjay over Boston, making fif
teen straight games ivon. Attendance 2,000.
AB H.O A C
Gel-r. cf. ..51400
Tenner. io 4 o u
Csnnell. If .4
Abbat. s. .4
Dole'ty. 3b 4
Rav mer. 2b 4
Wllhelm. D 3
Tv'everam. c 4
0 0 (I
Total" ...3i 6 21 12 I
Br's han, cf.. 1 2 0 0
Browne, rf.3 o l 0 0
Devlin. 2b ..3 0 1 5 2
M'Uann. lb.4 1 14 1 o
Mertes, If. 4 1 1 0 0
Dahlen. "...3 14 4 0
Gilbert. 2b.. 4 2 13 2
Brman. c.4 2 3 10
Taj lor, p.. .4 2 0 2 J
Totals ...34 10 27 18 4
Batted for VUlhclm In ninth.
New York t ; o 2 2 n o o .7
Beaton , I u 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 I
Two-baee bit- Dahlen 1. Gilbert 1. Xecdham
1. earner 1. Throcbase hits Bresnaban 1. Rar
mer 1. Stolen bases Dahlen 1. McGann 1. Dou
ble mays uahlen and Mcuann l Bovterman,
McGan-i. Devlin and Dahlen 1. Left on base"
New York S. Boston 8. Ftrnt base on balls Off
Taylor 1. off Wllhelm 3. Kir t base on errors
New Toil: L Boston 4. Struck out-Br- Taylor
2. Time of ramc One hour and fcrty minutes.
McAIeer'h ilon Oct but Two Hits
ami Not Oiip liot-s Htnoud
ALTROCK'S GREAT PITCHING.
Cliiciipn T:ike.s Lonils in Kiist lu
uinj' Through (.ikitleV (.Jcner
osity Jones Makes
STA'MIIG OF THE CLLBS.
iiierlcan I, ensile.
p w 1. tvr I v p. t
Bostcn . "' 37 TJ 27Ulee a 2S 23 hl
N VorK Z1 "3 -1 614 Broui t tt ZH .! i
I'hlcjKj (S .i .' "3 Detroit '.7 23 31 U
I'hlla .5 32 21 '.')! V l-ll f.t 10 17i
Iiero 1 lie Plnv To-IJa.
Brown r,t Chka'i
cievclan.l nt Dtiolt
1 Vai.h lun at N ork
I Philadelphia at Host n
t hlc IRO
B-ouni 0 I Paliadtl
ork S VVa'h'ton 2. I
KCPI IJI.K' SPEIIAU
Chicigo. III. Jul.v I.-The Browns fell
under the spell of A truck this afternoon
and accumulated onij a long row of goose
eggs, Su the se-oud of the "'White Sox"
Fcrits. Two stinsy little lilts was all that
could bo netted from Comtskiy's south
paw, and the St. Louis team never got a
man past second base. Five of the Sox
galloped around during the session.
It took gilt-tdged support for Altrock
to make this kind of a record, but the
Sox were piajlng ball, every man JaUt of
them, and nothing got away that could
be called "gettable "
Tannehlll reached out and pulled down
a line drive off Huelsman's hat with ono
hand and JIggs Donolmo stopped one that
looked mighty dangerous in lime to throw
the runner out at first.
Tho fam did think, however, that
Ficldtr Jones had done about enough
when he got undtr a. Texas Ltaguer In
the first inning by the smartest kind of a
run. but he furnished the real sensation
by winding up the game by making a
double plav- unassisted, thereby probablj
esubli.-.lnrf a record for a center rteldtr.
GLADK IS GENEROUS.
Fred Glade, who was on the rubber for
the Browns, had a rtt of generosity In the
first inning, nnd presented the So.s with
plenty of tallies to win tho game
He started out by making Dtindon ami
Jones presents of passes to first base.
Then he came up aiM handed to Danny
Green a gift of a single to left Held.
George Davis got in the way of one
Donohue singled, and Tanueliill rapped
one out to right Held for a couple of bases,
(irten and Davis camo in on this hit and
Dundon had previously scored
Gtnrgo Davis led off with a single in tho
third, and stole second. Glade made an
other present to Donohue. A sacrifice by
Tannehlll advanced the runners a base
and Davis came heme on McFariand s
long Hv to Burkut.
There were -uiai; more doinsrs In the
seventh when Hill folded with Callahan's
grounder Green singled, sending Calla
han to third, and he ramu home when
Davis hit a long fly to center field. Green
was caught trying to steal second
It looked as though a slnclu that Bur
kett got in the sixth would be a plenty
for the Browne, but after Burkett had
struck out In the ninth Hemphill got a
clean one. Then Jones lilt the fly to
Fielder Jones on which the Chicago mali
nger made his double plav. Hemphill ran
to second as soon as the ball was hit.
and. realising that he did not have time
to cet lisck to first, he stood still while
the flelder came up and tagged him.
AB. R. IB. O A B.
Dundon, second bas 2 10 12 0
K. Jones, center fVId .. 3 0 1 4 o o
Callahan, left field. ..411100
Grein, rlrht hell 4 1 2 3 0 0
Davis. shorttop 3 3 1 t 3 O
Donahue first ha 3 0 1 10 3 0
Tanrthlll thin' lue.... 3 0 2 2 4"
McFariand, catcher ... 3 0 u 3 0 0
Altrock. rltcher 3 0 0 3 10
Totals 23 5
AB. It. IB.
Burkett, left field S 0
Hemphill, center fielJ.... 4 0
T Jores. flm baie 4 0
Hnelsmsn. risht nail.... 2 0
Hill, third base .1 0
Pnciien, second ba-e 3 0
file-ion. shortstop 2 0
Kaluie. catcher 2 0
Glude, pitcher 3 0
26 0 2 24 9 i
00 0 00000 00
Ift on ba.e O.lcaim 3. St Ijul 3. Two
base bite Tannehlll 1. J-acrlilce hits Tannehlll
1 stolen basea 1". Jones I. Davis I IiouMe
flas Mtrock. tal and Donahue 1. Davis,
luidon ant Donahue 1: 1 Jones (unassisted).
Struck cut R Altrock 2. by Gludo 1 Bai-s on
balls Oft Altreck 3. off Glade 1 Wild pitches
-Glade. 1 Hit with ball Davis 1 Time
of game One lour and th'rtv-five minutes,
t'mplres King and O'Lougblm. Attendance,
I'lillndclpliln. n. Boston 4.
rioston. Mass . Jul t Captain I. Cross iron
fwlav's rsrre by a three-hase hit In the ninth
irnlns that "core.! two run Seer;
A P. H O
Har'el If 4 0 4
Mullen. If 1 0 0
Bruce, cf 4 1 J
H ftman, if 1 1
I. Cl'sa. 3b n 2 2
S'b'd. lb. rr 4 2 i
Schreck. lb a 0 0
Murthl, 2b..' 1 2
M Cioss. s.4 1 -"
Powers, c 4 0
Bender, p .3 1 0
Totals .. J7 11 27 15 5
Star,!, cf t 2 5
olllns. 3b. I 0 1
Freinan. rf.3 1 3
Parent p ..4 1 I
0"Nil. If.. .3 1 s
Lach'ce lb 4 1 4
Keirls 2b.. .4 1 1
Fnrrell c ..4
Tan'hill, p 4 1 0 2 0
Totals . .23 S 27 S 2
Philadelphia 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2-5
Dostoi 20200000 64
Two-base hits Parent 1. I Cross 1. Three
base hits I Cross 1. Tannehlll 1. Sacrifice
hits Bruce 1. Stolen bases Freeman J, stahl
1 Hoffman 1. M. iTMi 2. Seybold 1. Double
plavs Brura and M. Cross 1 First base on
halla Off Bender 2. off Tannehlll J. Hit By
Tannehlll. Hoffman Struck out By Bender 7.
bv Tunnehlll 8 Time of game To hours and
five minutes. Umpire Sherlsan. Attendance,
Yew Yorlc 8, Washington 3,
New York, July 1. New York defeated
AVashlnston to-day. Chesbro scoring his thl'
teenth consecutive victory. Score:
All Ii O A ti
Do'herty. If a
Ke eler, rf. 2
I ultz. cf 2
VAIl'ms 2b 4
Ardy cf. rfS
Ganzel. lb. .3
McGulre. c 4 1
Conroj. s 4 1 1 0 0
O'teen. 2b. 4 0 ) 10
Chesbro p. 3 1 0 3 0
Totals .32 10 27 C 0
AU ti U A.Li.
.Moran. s.. .4
Cassldy. cf 4
Dcn'vnn. rf 4
Orth It. ...4
MrC'k. 2b.. 4
stahl. lb.. -.3
Jacobsen, p. 3
1 4 0
0 4 2
0 12 1
0 1 1
0 0 2
Totals ...33 5 21 12 Z
New lork 2 0300300 8
Washington 10000000 2-2
Two-base hits Williams 1. Chesbro 1. Orth 1.
Home runs Cassldy 1, Sarriflce hits Ander
son 1 stolen bsieso-Cassldy 1, Donovan 1.
Double plajs McCormick. Mahl and Clarke 1.
Left on basesi New York 3. Washington 3.
First bae on balls Off Jvccbsen 2. First baso
on errors- New Yoik 1 Struck out Bv Ches
bro 3. bv Jacobsvn 1, Passed balls McGulre 1.
Time of came Ono hour and thirty minutes.
Umpire Dw j er Atlcndance, 1.5"0.
At Evansvllle Evansville 8. South Rend Z.
At Terre Haute First irame. Torre Haute 1
Grand Rapids 0. Second game. Terre Haute 6,
Grand Rapids 1
At Dav ton Dayton a. ort Wayne 0.
At Wheling Wheellng-Ptorla. rain.
Rock Island Sjstcm.
To California without change,
Rock Island train leaving St. Louis
Union Station 7:20 p. m. (World's Fair
Station 7:40 p. m.) runs through to Cali
fornia without change. One of the stand
ard scpers goes to San Francisco via
Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City: the
other sleeper, as well as the tourist sleep
ing car, runs thro' to Los Anaeles. Ite
cltnlnjc chair car St. Louis to El Paso via
Summer tourist rates to Colorado are
,now in effect $33 for tiie round trip.
Tickets and berths at SOO Olive street.
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!ALE CREW WINS
THE 'VARSITY RACE
Administers Worst Whipping
That Harvard Has Received
in Many Years.
FOUR-OAR EVENT TO CRIMSON.
Accident to Sluyvesant Fish, Jr.,
I'rnvents Sons of Eli From
.Capturing All Three
Events of Regatta.
New London. Conn., July 1. For the
fourth consecutive jear Yalo to-day won
the "varsity boat race from Harvard.
Leading from start from finish, the New
Haven crew crossed the Una 134 seconds
ahead of Harvard, which in boating terma
means seven lengths of an eight-oared
It was the worst whipping that Tale had
given her old rival in recent ears. In
the "varsity four-oared race Stuyvesant
Fish. Jr., by a mishap which might have
happened to any oarsman. Just prevented
the Ella from winning all three races of
the annual regatta. In this race Yale,
after leading by from 1 to 11 seconds, was
beaten at tho finish as the result of Fish
catching a crab, and then breaking his
An eighth of a mile from tho finish the
Yalo four-oared was six lengths ahead of
Harvard. Fish had already caught a crab
earlier In the race and the second mishap
of the. Yalo man was fatal. The blue 8
shell literally stopped. The Harvard men
saw their chance, and, although bauly
pumped out. they Jumped their stroke up
and won by one nnd a half boat lengths.
In the 'varsitj race Yale got the load
almost at the start by running her stroke
up far above her normal gait, and then
stndlly Increased this lead on every half
mile, with tho ringlo exception of the sec
ond half mile. Cm this half mile of the
race Harvard cut Yule's lead down by
Just one-balf a second.
Tho two 'varsity eights rowed a fault
less race. Yale Mmply had the better
crew. To-dav's race uemons.tr.Ued that
there is Just ntoat half u minute's differ
ence in the speed of these two crews for
Yale was the favorite for tho 'varsity
race to the extent of 3 to 1 in gome bets
which were made last night.
The race was rowed with a strong tide
and a strong wind in favor of the crews.
There was too much wind, however, for
good shell racirg. and the time was cor
Tho water was so choppy that both
crews dropped their strokes down very
low again 'ind again on account of the
heavy swells which made a high stroke
impossible. Tor this reason the pare was
unique. It has never before happened that
two 'varsity eights have raised nnd low
ered their strokes to such un extent as
these two crews did In to-day's race.
Yale's stroke ranged from twenty-five to
thirty-six to the minute. Harvard-" ranged
from twent-hve to thlrt-slx to the min
ute. Yale's normal gait was thirty-two.
while Harvard's normal gait was from
thirty-three to thirty-four.
In the opinions of the experts. Yale's
victory la duo to her longer stroke, and
Leavenworth ....0 0 0
Pittsburg 1 0 1
the fact that she used the power of tho
body swing nnd the leg drive simultane
ously, while Harvard used ud her lee-
drive power too qutcklv. So far as water-
mansnip was concerned and the harmony
ot tho oars, there was no choice between
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n e managements of the fvrdlnsls and tie
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