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GAMES FROM SENATORS
rMoming Contest Close an anExciting and andExciting andExciting d
Exciting While That ofAfternoon o oAfternoon
Afternoon Was Sharp De Decisft Decisi Decistbe
cisft cistbe > e arid an a ShutOut ShutOutOfth ShutQuiOrln ShutOutOr11i
Ofth Pitched Pit he the First Game Gameand Gamean Gamand e
and an Had It Won Until the theEighth tneEighth th thEighth e
Eighth Inning and Then ThenWeakened ThenWeakened0 ThenWeakened
Weakened WeakenedSpecial Weakened0 Weakened0Special
Special to The Washington TimesBOSTON Times TimesBOSTON TimtsBOSTON
BOSTON Mass May 30 30The The Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington team was beaten twice by the theBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston Americans today The mornin morninscore morning morningscore morningscore g
score was 3 to 2 Gibson and Orth pitch pitching pitching pitching ¬
ing and the attendance numbering 4710 4710In 4710In 4710In
In the afternoon Young was w was spltted splttedagainst pitted pittedagainst pitte pitteagainst d
against the Senators who ho had Patten 1 1the in inthe Inthe tt
the box and the score was 4 to 0 the attendanco at attendance attendance ¬
tendance being 12391 2391 or a total for th thday the theday theda e
day da of 17101 17101Gibsons 17101Gibsons 17101Gibsons
Gibsons pitching and excellent battang bat batting baltingby ¬
ting tingby tang by OBrien and r d Freeman Freem n with with time timely timely ¬
ly hits by Gibson and Smith worked workedvictory a avictory aIctory
victory for Boston in the morning gameAlec game gameAlec gamelec
Alec < lec Smith Smlthmad made his first appearance appearancehere appearancehere appearanchere e
here behind the bat and was decidedlyoff decidedly decidedlyoff decIded decIdedoff
off in the earlier part of the game Th Thveteran The TheTeteran Theeteran a
veteran Orth was in the box for the theSenators theSenators th thSenators e
Senators and it was not until the las lasinning last lastinning lastInning t
inning that he was hit to any extent extentBunched extentBunched extentBunched
Bunched Their Hits HitsIn HitsIn flitsIn
In the fourth inning inningOBrlen OBrien and Free Freeman FreeD ¬
man D llnhit hit safely Parent forced the lat latter laltCr latter ¬
ter and stole second LaChance LaChance flew t tDelehanty to toDelehanty toDelehant o
Delehanty Delehant to in deep right and Parent Parentcould Parentcould Parencould t
could have walked to third but did not nottake nottake no notake t
take the trouble to go back and touchsecond touch touchsecond touc toucsecond h
second and this cost OBriens run and andalso andalso an analso d
also a probable one for Parent In th thsecond the thesecond thesecond e
second Inning Parent tried to score score from fromfirst fromllrston fro frofirst m
first llrston on on a a poor throw of Orth and came cameto cameto cam camto e
to jrriei jrrieiAnother JreLAnother nrictAnother
Another piece of f illadvised work wa waseen was wasseen wasseen s
seen in the theelghtb eighth inning which again againcost againcost agal agalcost n
cost a a run Gibson led with a double doubleDougherty doubleDougherty e
Dougherty sacrificed Orth threw poorly poorlyand poorlyaDd poorlyand
and wIthone out Dougherty D gherty was Vascoa coached coach coached l led ¬
ed to make for third and was out o oDeleltantys on onDelehantys onDelehantys n
Delehantys throw to that point pointFreeman DoInLFreeman
Freeman the Star StarFreeman StarFreemall StarFreeman
Freeman made as pretty a playas playasthere play as asthere S Sthere
there was was in the game In in the first hi n nning nDing
ning when he gathered Selbachs fly on onthe Onthe o othe n
the dead runtoward run toward the infield and then thentkrew th thtkrew the thethrew n
tkrew to first without stopping to tore torecover recover re recover ¬
cover and got the ball to La Chance before be before before ¬
fore Holmes could get back back to the bane baceDelehanty baneDelehanty baneDelehanty
Delehanty played a finegame fine ne game making makingbrilliant a abrilliant abrll11ant
brilliant running runningcalch catch and aDd an ln accurate accurateassist accurateassist C Cassist
assist to third at a critical period Col Collins corUns Co Coline ¬
line only assist was of a most difficultnature difficult difficultnature difficultnature
nature and won the plaudits of the thefans thefans th thfans e
fans fansFor fansFor fansFor
For Washington Selbach made a brll brilliant brll11ant brllllant ¬
liant capture Ryan gathered everything everythingthat everythIngthat II
that came his way little Robinson Robinsonplayed RobInsonplayed Robinsoplayed n
played good baUat ball at second and Clarke Clarkecaught Clarkcaught e
I Icaughtadmlrabl5
caught caughtadmlrabl5 admirably Freeman and O OBrie OBriefor Brlen Brlenfor n j
for Boston and Ryan Delehanty and andClarke an anClarke d I
Clarke for Washington did the best bestbatting bestbatting bee beebatting t
batting for their respective sides sidesOnly sidesOnly sidesiOnly
iOnly Only one of the Washingtons saw first firstIn firstIn firs firsin t
In the first three innings of the after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon game
The Ice BrokenBoston Broken BrokenBoston BrokenBoslon
Boston broke the ice in the fourth fourthwhen tourU11en fourtlwhen
when 1en Parents drive proved too diffi difficult difficult di dicult u ¬
cult to handle La Chance again sacrl sacrled sacrled sacred i
ed finely Robinson dropped Ferris Iierris big high highfly highfiy h
fly and Patten fumbled off CrIger filling film filmthe
the bases Robinson made a great sto stooff stop stopoff stopoff P
off Young and got his man but cool coolnot could couldnot couldDot d
not prevent Parent from scoring Dough Dougherty Dougherty Dougerty h ¬
erty made a timely drive to center that thatscored thatscored the theScored t
scored both Ferris and Criger and Bos Boston Boston Bo Boton s ¬
ton was as three runs runs ahead aheadBoston aheadBoston aheadBoston
Boston added another in the fifth af after atter alter ¬
ter two were out on a double of ofChance La LaChance LaChance
Chance too warm v rm for Holmes to handle handleand handlennd handland e
and Ferris drive to the ropes rop s in centeThe center centerThe centerThe r
The scores scoresMORNING scoresMORNfNG scoresMORNING
MORNING GAME GAMEBOSTON GAMEBOSTO GAMEBOSTO
BOSTO BOSTONDougherty U IB PO A 0 E
Dougherty If IfCollins 0 3 0 00 0 E0 0
Collins 3b 3bOBrien 0 0 0 10 1 0
OBrien cf cfFreeman 0 0 0 0 0
Freeman Freemanrt rf rfParent 0 0 0 0 0
Parent ES ESLaChance 1 34 3 4 3 0
LnChancclb LaChance Ib IbFerris 1 1 114 14 0 0
Ferris 2b 2bCrlgor 1 2 27 2 7 0
Crlgor c cYoung 1 0 6 0 g I IYoung
Young 0 1 0 2 0 0Totals
Totals TotalsWASHINGTON1 4 10 27 130 130tt 13 13WASIl1NGTON pE 0 0WSlUSGTOS p
WASHINGTON1 WASHINGTON1Holmes tt IB IO A K
Holmes 3b 3bSelbach 0 0 1 3 0
Selbach If IfRyan 0 0 0 l 0 0Ryan 0 0Ryan
Ryan cf cfDelehanty 0 0 2 0 0
Delehanty rf rfCoughlln 0 0 1 1Coughlin 1 0
Coughlin ss ssCarey yO O 2 4 4 4Carey J
Carey lb IbRobinson 0 1 10 2 0
Robinson 2b 2bClarke 0 0 3 o 3 a i 1
Clarke c cPatten 00 00Totals 0 0 3 3 O 0 0Patten
Patten p O 0 0 1 1 1Totals 1Totals
Totals 0 3 24 14 2Boston 2 2Boston 2Boston
Boston 0 0 00iS 03 0 3 1000 1 0 0 0 0 01 01Washington 0iWashington i iWashington
Washington 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 O 0 0 0 00 00Twobase 00Twobase 0 0Twobase
Twobase hits hltsLaCbance LaCbance Ferris First Firston Firston Firston
on ball ballsOff Off ffYoungI Young 1 off Patten 3Firs 3 3Firstog 3FlrSoi
Firstog Firs o errors errorsBoston Boston 2 Left on onbas onbas onbas40Boston
bas40Boston bas s Boston 9 Washington Wa hIngton 4 Sacri Sacrifice Sacrillce Sacrice ¬
fice ce hits hUsLaChance LaChance 2 Stolen banes banesDougherty bu basesDougherty cs csDougherty
Dougherty Holmes StruckoutBy StruckoutByYoung Struck outBy outByYoung out By ByYoung
Young 6 by Patten 2 Double plays playsFerris playsFerris playsFerris
Ferris to Parent Parent to LaChance Coughllnto Coughlln Cou hlin hlinto
to Robinson to Carey Wild pitch pitchYoung 1 DitchYoung > Itch ItchYoung
Young Hit by pitched ball ballDelehanty ballDelehantyUmplreOLough ballDelehantyUmpireOLoughlin Delehanty DelehantyUmpire
Umpire UmplreOLough OLouehlln n Time of game 1 1hour 1hour 1hour
hour and 30 minutes Attendance 12391 12391AFTERNOON 12391AFTERNOON 12391AFTERNOON
AFTERNOON GAMEBOSTON GAME GAMEBOSTON GAMEBOSTOS
BOSTON BOSTONDougherty K IB B PO A Epougherty E EJougherty
Dougherty If 0 1 2 0 0 0collins 0ollins
jCollms collins 3b 3bXXBrlen 00 o 0 1 1 2 2oBrien
oBrien cr crFreeman 1 2 1 0 0 0Freeman
Freeman rf rfParent 0 3 3 1 0 01
Parent ssLaChance ss 1 1 0 0 0 0LaChanc 0LaChance
LaChance IbrJ IbrJFerris 1 11 0 1 1 1Ferris
Ferris 2b 2b5mlth 0 0 3 3 0
smith c cGibson 0 1 5 1 1 1Gibson
Gibson p 1 1 15 1 x 0 0ata 0Qntala I
Vitals ata l 3 10 27 2 11 3
WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHolmes R IB B PO A E EHolmes
Holmes 3b 3bSelbach 0 0 1 1 0 0Selbach 0Selbach
Selbach If IfRyan 1 0 2 0 0Ryan 0
Ryan cf cfDelebanty 0 0 5 0 0Delehanty 0 0Delehanty
Delehanty rf rfCoughlln 1 2 2 2 0 0Coughlin 0Coughlin
Coughlin ss ssCarey 0 0 1 3 3Carey J
Carey Ib IbRobinson 0 1 4 3 0
Robinson 2b 2bClarke 0 0 3 1 1
Clarke c cOrth c 0 2 6 0 0 0Orth 0Orth
Orth p 0 0 0Totals 01 1 1Totals 1 1Totals
Totals 2 5 25 11 2 2Winniug 2Inniug
Winning Inniug run run made with one out outScore outScore outScore
Score by innings inningsBoston inningsBoston
Boston 0 00 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 13 13Was 13Washington 3 3Washington
Washington Was lngton 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02 02jwobnfe 02Pwobase 2 2Twobase
Twobase hits hitsCarey Carey OBrien Free Freeman FreenU1I1 Freeman ¬
man Gibson First en balls bsllsott Out Gib Gibson Gibson Gibson ¬
son 1 off Orth 1 First ou errors errorsBoston errorsBoston errorsBoston
Boston E Washington 4 Left on onbases onbllsc3BClson onsesBoston
bases bllsc3BClson ba Boston 7 Washington 5 Sacri Sacrifice Sacrifice ¬
fice hitColllns hit Collins Stolen Stolsp bases ba basesDelc basesDelchnnly sDec sDechanty Deo Deohanly
hanly Parent Struck outBy out utB By Gibson
4 by Orth 3 Double plays playslirecman playslirecmanand playsr Freeman Freemanand reams reamsand
and LaChance LaChm e Delehanty to Carey to toCoughlln toCoughlln t o
Coughlln Passed P 2s d ball ballSmIth Smith Umpire UmpireOLaughlln UmpireOLaugh11n UmpireOLaughlin
OLaughlln Time of game gamel 1 hour and
45 minutes Attendance ttt < > ndnnce 4710 4710ST 1710ST
ST LOUIS ADMINISTERS ADMINISTERSTWO ADMINISTERSTWO
TWO 0 DRUBBINGS DRUBBIi GS TO TIGERS TIGERSST
ST LOUIS May Iay 30 30The The home team teamcaptured teamcaptured tea teacaptured m
captured both games from the Detroits Detroitstodav Detroitstoday Detroitday s
today to day
MORNING GAME
RHE RHESt RHESL
St Louis OOO 00 0 0 0 0 0 02x 0 02 2 x242 x242Detroit x2 2 4 4Detroit 2 2Detroit
Detroit 0 01 4100000001 1000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 8 1 1Batteries 1atteriesSudhoff
Batteries atteriesSudhoff Sudhoff and Sugden Deer DeerIng Deering DeerCog
Ing and Buelow Umpires UmpiresHassettand UmpiresHassettandCar UmpiresHnssett Hassett and andCarruthers nn d
Carruthers Car uthers
AFTERNOON GAME
RHE RHESt RHESt RH RHSt E
St iouis Louls1 Louis10000004xi 1 000000 0 0 0 00 04x5 4x 5 9 9etroit 2 2Detroit 2DetroIt
Detroit D etroit 0 0000000000 0 0 00 O 0 0 0 0 OQ 0 0 7 0 0Batteries 0BatteriesReid
Batteries BatteriesReid Batteries Reidy and Sugden Dono Donovan Donovan ¬
van and McGulre Umpires UmviresHassett UmviresHassettand Hassett Hassettand t
and Carrnthcrs CarrnthcrsWOLFE Carrl1thrsWOLFE
WOLFE WEAKENS IN THE THESIXTH THESIXTH
SIXTH AND LOSES OUT OUTPHILADELPHIA OUTPHILADELPHIA Ot T
PHILADELPHIA Pa May Iay 30WoIrc 30Wolfwho 30 30WoIrcvho Wolfe Wolfewho e
et
who had proved invincible in the first firstfive firstfive firs t
five innings weakened in the sixth sixthand sixthand
and in the succeeding two innings the theAthletics theAthletics th e
Athletics A batted out enoughruns to win winthe winthe tivi tivithe n
the afternoon game from New York Th Thscore The Thescore Thescore e
score scoreAFTERNOON AFTERNOON GAME GAMEi
i R H Hthletics TT H E EAtWetlcs EAthleUcsO
AtWetlcs AthleUcsO A 0 00000112x4 0000112 00 0 0112 x x4 4 7 2 2New 2New
New York 0 0000030003 Q 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 03 3 9 93 93BatterIeswaddel 9Batteries 3 3Batteries
Batteries BatterIeswaddel Waddell Waddell and Schreck Wolfe Wolfeand Wolteand e end
and a nd Seville Bevll1eHowell Howell and Connor Um Umpire UmpireSherldan U m ¬
pire pireSherldan pareSheridanMORNII Sheridan SheridanMORNING I II I
MORNING MOR1IlGGAME dG GAME 1 1R
R D TT H H1utivYorkf10000000040 T TNow
Now 1utivYorkf10000000040 York uO 000000000 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 00 6 3 i iAthletic 1 1Athletic
Athletic 0 00000000011 00000000 0 0 000 0 0 1 115 1 5BatteriesGriffith 5 2 2Batteries 2Batter
BatteriesGriffith Batteries Batter ieSG Griffith rl1ll t h and OConnor Hen Henley Henley ¬
ley and Scbreck SchreckCLEVELAND ScbreckCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND TAKES T TWO TWOFROM TWOFROM VO I
FROM THE WHITE SOX SOXCLEVELAND SOXCLEVELA SO SOCLEVELAND X
CLEVELAND CLEVELA < D May 30 30Moores Moores ex excellent excellent x ¬
cellent pitching enabled Cleveland to win winthe winthe wi n
the morning game He struck out every everyopposing everyopposing ever y
opposing batter except Dolan who ba bat batted batted t ¬
ted for Owen In the ninth The weather weatherwas weatherwas r
was cool Score ScoreMORNING ScoreMO ScoreMORNING
MORNING MORNING MO G GAME GAME
RHE RHECleveland RHECleveland11 RH RHCleveland E
Cleveland Cleveland11 110 1 1 0 1000 1 0 0 0 Ox Ox3 0 a3 3 7 ihicago 2 2Chicago 2Chicago
Chicago C 0 0010100002 010 0 1 010 ID 0 0 0 02 2 6 6BatteriesMoore 2 2Batteries 2BatterIesMoore
Batteries BatterIesMoore Moore and and Abbott Owen Owenand Owenand Owe Oweand tt
and McFarland McFarlandAFTERNOON IcFarlandAFrERNOON
AFTERNOON GAME
RILE RHECleveland RILEClev RR E
Cleveland Clev C land 0 0700080 07000800x1521 07000800x1521Chicago 7 0 0 8 0 Ox 0 x15 15 21 2 2Chicago 2ChIcago
Chicago 2 2000 0 0 0 010 1 0 0001413 0 0 1 4 13 5 5 5Batteries 5BatteriesBernhard
Batteries BatteriesBernhard Bernhard and Flick FllckFIa FllckFIaherty Fla Flaherty Fl a
herty and McFarland Umpire UmpireConnol Connol ConnolIv 1
Iv
I
1 PICKUPS PICKUPSThe i
The record for a shortstop In Ina a nine nineInning nineInning nin e
Inning game was made by Hulswitt of ofthe otthoPhlllies
the thoPhlllies Phillies Thursday He accepted fl flteen fit fifteen fitteen f ¬
teen chances making five put outs and andten andten a atea nd
ten assists without lthout an error He also alsomade alsomnde ale alemade 0
made two runs and two hitsBarney hits hitsBarney hitsBarney
Barney Dreyfuss Is s a busy man these thesedays thesedas the s e
days trying to look after two broken brokendown brokendown brokerdown
down teams at Philadelphia and Pitts Pittsburc PIttsburJ s
bare burcBoth
Both DothChcago Chicago and New York clubs are aredoing aredoing as o
doing nicely nlcel with George Davis taking takingthings takingt taki takithings tt g
things t lngs easy i iThe
I IThe
The American League race promises promisesto promiseo a
to t o be even more closely contested than thanwas thanwas th n u I
was that of last season season seasonTom BeaGOnTom
Tom Parrott the eccentric who was wasonce w n s
once a Chicago Chlcagoplaer player says that gin grape grapeleaves grapeleaves pe npe I
leaves bound over the eyes e es while you yousleep y ysleep ou
j I
sleep will strengthen the lamps and help helpthe he p i
the battIng I I
YALE WINS FROM THE THETIGERS THETIGERS
TIGERS IN CLOSE GAME GAMEPrinceton GAMEPrinceton I t r rPrinceton
Princeton Batted Harder But Could CouldNot CouldNot CouldNot
Not Hit at Opportune Times TimesNEW TimesNEW TimesNEW
NEW HAVEN Conn May 30 20Yale 20Yalede1eated Yale Yaledeieated Yaledetested
detested Princeton In an exciting excitingand excitingandclose and andclose andclose
close game on Yale field today Two Twothousand Twothousand Twothousand
thousand Yale enthusiasts went wild wildwith wIldwah wildwah
wah delight and 500 rooters who camefrom came camefrom cametrem
from Princeton > were wer sadly disappointedPrinceton disappointed disappointedPrinceton disavpointedPrInceton
Princeton did the harder batting but butwac butwai butway
way unable to hit when hits meant runs runsIn lltnsIn runsIn
In the fourth and fifth Innings vlth vlththree tiilththree lth lththree
three men on bases Princeton Princeton was un unable unable unable ¬
able to get any of them home A three threebase ihrceliase iireeUasehtt
Uasehtt base Jilt by Chittenden the longest 101g s of ofthe o oUe otYe
the game won for Yale in thefifth the rt Thescope The Thescore Th
score scopePRINCETON scorePRINCETON 90
90PR1
PRINCETON PR1 CETON R IB PO A EReid E EReid EReid
Reid c 0 1 2 2 1 1C 0 0CoKErove 0C
CoKErove C ° sgrove oe ct 0 1 2 00 00Pearson 0 0Pcarscn 0 0P8Zscn
Pearson Ib 1 1 11 0 0 0Purnell 0Purnell 0Purnell
Purnell 3b 3b0 0 0 3 1 1 1Underbill 1Underhlll 1Underhill
Underbill if If 0 1 2 0 0 0Wells 0ells
Wells ells 2b 0 0 1 1 1 1 41 41Davis 4 4Ameii 1 1Davis 1
Davis rf 0 01 0 1 0 1 1Amell 1Amell
Amell ss 0 1 1 4Stevens 40 40Stevens 4 0 0Stevens
Stevens p 00 0 ° 0 1 2 2Totals 2 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals TotalsYALE 1 0 6 24 2412 12YALE 12 3 3R 3YALE
YALE YALEMetcalf R IB PO A E E2b Eetcalf
Metcalf M etcalf 2b 2bOBrien u 1 01 0 1 1 U 0 0OBrien
OBrien SeBarmveil ss ssBarnwell 0 0 1 6 1 1Barnwell
Barnwell cf cfChittenden 11 1 1 2 0 0 0Chittenden
Chittenden Ib IbBowman 0 2 13 0 0 0Bowman
Bowman p pCote 0 0 0 2Cate 2 20 20Cote 0
Cote rf rfWinslow 0 0 0 0inslow 0 0 0Winslow
Winslow W inslow c cBarnes 0 1 6 2Burnes 20 2 0 0Burnes
Burnes If IfThompson 1 L 00 0 0 1 0 0Thompson 00 0 0 0Thomvson
Thompson 3b 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 2 4 1 11I26 + 2G 13 13Wells 135Nalls l lWells
Wells out batted out of order orderYale orderYale
Yale Yale 0 0 01 010100 1 0 10 1 0 0 0 0x2 0x2Princetonu xPrinceton x 2 2Princeton
Princeton 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 1GEORGETOWN I iI i
GEORGETOWN SHUTS OUT OUTTHE OUTTHE
THE BROWN BRO1INUN1VEB8IT UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYDrill i iDrill
Drill Holds Providence Collegians a aHis at atHis t i iHis
His Mercy Mercyin in Fast Game GamePROVIDENCE I IPROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE R I May 30BJown 30Browlost 30 30BJownlost Brown Brownlost n
nn
lost the first game o or the season o on onthe onthe n
the home grounds today with George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town who played a better game In Inevery inevery i ievery tt
every department Lynch was wild and andwas andwas nn d
was hit at opportune moments Three Threeruns Threeruns e
runs were were scored by b men who reached reachedbase reachedbase d
base on halls followed by long hits hitsBrown hltsBrown bitsBrown
Brown could do nothing against Drill Drilland Drllland Driland 1
and was unable to score The T es score scoreGeorgetown ore oreGeorgetown
Georgetown 0 00 o 001110 0 1 1 1 0 1 11 11Brown i iBrown
Brown 0 0 00 0 000 0 00 0 0 00 0 0 00 00BatteriesDr1ll 0BatteriesDrill 0 0Batteries
BatteriesDr1ll Batteries Drill and and HartjLynch Hart Lynch an and andClark and andClark d
Clark ClarkNATIONAL ClarklNATIONAL ClarkNATIONAL
lNATIONAL NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUE GAMES GAMESAt GAMESAtSt 1 1At
At AtSt St Jouis JouisAfternoon rouisAfternoon 1OtUSAfternoon
Afternoon R HSt H E ESt ESt
St Louis 00000001 0 0 0 00 0 0 101 0 1 5 6Chicago 3 3Chicago 3Chicago
Chicago 1 000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 lx2 x2 x 2 5 6BatteriesDunleavy q 4 4Batteries 4BatterIesDunleavy
Batteries BatterIesDunleavy Dunleavy and Weaver WeaverKllng WeaverKling eaver eaverKling
Kling and an Lundgren LundgrenAt LundgrenAt
At Pittsburg PittsburgPittsburg PittsburgPittsburg
Pittsburg Von two great games today teas
from Cincinnati CincinnatiMorning CincinnatiMornIng
Morning Rf RH RaiE RaiEPlttsburg I E EPittsburg
Pittsburg 0 002000001311 002000001311Cincinnati 0 020 2 0 0 00 000 0 1 13 3 11 3 3Cincinnati 3CincInnati
Cincinnati 0 10 1000010 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 002 0 02 2 4 1 1 1Batteries 1BatterJesPhlllipi
Batteries BatterJesPhlllipi Philllpi and Phelps Poole Pobleand PoolelDdBerten Pooland e
and lDdBerten lDdBertenAfternoon Bergen BergenAfternoon Ber en enAfternoon
Afternoon R H HE HEPlttsburg E EPittsburg
Pittsburg 0 0 010000 1 YO 0 0 00 0 0 2 214 1 14 11 4E 4 4Cincinnati 4CincInnatI
Cincinnati 0 OO 0 0 00 0 010 102 1 0 2 203 0 3 10 3 3Batteries 3BattcriesLeever
Batteries BattcriesLeever Leever and Phelps Ph lps Hahn Hahnand Haluland H
and Peitz
At New York YorkMorning YorklIorning YorkMorning
Morning R H E ENew EN
New N w York YorkO York0U240404x3 002 0 2 0000 0 0 0 0 Ox 0 x2 2 4 1 1Boston 1Boaton
Boston 0 0000000 0 00 00 0 0 0 00 0 4 1 1Batteries 1Battcries
Batteries BattcriesMcGinnity McGInnlty and Warner WarnerWillis WarnerWlllis r
Willis and Moran MoranAfternoon MoranAfternoon
Afternoon R HNew H E ENew ENew
New York YorkO York0000200002 0 0002000 0 002 0 00 0 02 2 7 7Boston 2 2Boston 2Boston
Boston 4 0 3 0 002009 00 002 2 00 009 9 12 12BatteriesCronin 1 1Batteries 1BatterlcsCronln
Batteries BatterlcsCronln Cronin Miller I11I r and Bower Bowerman Bowerman Bowerman
man Platt and Kittredge KlttredgeAt
At Brooklyn BrooklynMorning Br ok1yn
Morning R H E EBrooklyn EBrooJdyn
Brooklyn 1002000 1 0 0 2 0 0 00 0 0 Ix 1 1x1 x1 1 7 2 2Philadelphia 2Phlladelphia
Philadelphia 10000020 1 0 00 0 0 0 0 2 2003 0 0 03 3 12 122 122BatteriesSchmidt LBatteriesSchmidt 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatteriesSchmidt Schmidt and Ritter McFet McFetrldge IcFetrl t
ridge rl ge and Zimmer ZimmerAfternoon ZimmerAfternoon ZimmerAfternoon
Afternoon IL H S SBrooklyn EBrooklyn I
Brooklyn 0 00121000 0 1 21000 1J 1 5 10 5 5Philadelphia 5PhiladelphlaO
Philadelphia PhiladelphlaO 02000003 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 34914 4 49 9 14 1 1Batteries 1BatterIesJones
Batteries BatterIesJones Jones Jones Evans and Jack Jacklitsch Jack1Itsch Jacklitsch
litsch Frazer and Zimmer ZimmerDonovan ZimmerDonovan
Donovan is in straits straits He sent Pitch Pitcher ¬
er ONeil to Boston to look over over New NewEngland NewEngland Ne w wot
England League materiaL material I do not notknow notknow n nknow ot
know what the matter is if said the S St StLouis StLouIs t
Louis pitcher The men who made good goodlast goodIat go o d
last season do not seem to make good goodthis goodthis goo d dvc
this year and It looks to me as If ti tiwere we wewere wewere vc
were in a rut It has been hard saill sailing sailingon ng
on this trip but we hope to get out of ofit orit
it after we get home homeOwner
Owner Hedges lI dges of the St Louis LouisDrowns Lou I s
Drowns says he wishes he had three threemore thr thrmore e e
more pitchers like Sudhoff
Charge Accounts 9U Cheerfully Opened Openedand Op ened enedfl
r fl fi d edfI f Os i iI
Odds OddsLz and andThis d ao of
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I This I clearance nc of the small s lots o of mens high ig grade clothing clothingoffers c clothingoffeis o
offers you OU men the best bargains of the season Vre Ye dont count counton counton 6 6on
on profit in a sale of this sort sortwe we count the advantage of keep ¬
ing the stock clean ample gain G
10 Suits Suitsall
all new styles and ex excellent excellent
cellent fabrics to be beclosed e eclosed
closed out at atI
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IN BOTH LEAGUESAlIERICAN LEAGUES LEAGUESAMERICAN LEAGUESAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANW
W L Pet PetChicago PotChicago
Chicago 19 14 576
Boston i9 19 14 576 5766St
St Louis 1 17 14 548 648Philadelphia 548Philadelphia 548Phil
Philadelphia Phil < 1dclphla 19 16 543 543Cleveland 543Clcvel 543Cleveland
Cleveland Clcvel nd 16 15 516 516Detroit 516Detroit 516Detroit
Detroit 17 1 17 500 500New 500Xew 500New
New York 15 IS 455 455WASHINGTON 455WASHINGTON 455NASHINGTON1023303
WASHINGTON NASHINGTON1023303 NASHINGTON1023303I 10 23303 23303NATIONAL 23303NATIONAL
NATIONAL NATIONALChicago
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1 Chicago ChicagoNew 27 11 711New 711 711New
New York YorkPittsburg 25 11 6H 694Pittsburg
I Pittsburg 24 16 600 600I 600Brooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynCincinnati 20 18 526 526CIncinnati 526Cincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiBoston 17 20 459 459Boston
I I Boston BostonPhiladelphia 16 6 19 457 457Philadelphia fi fiPhiladelphIl
Philadelphia 11 26 26St 297 97 97St
St Louis LouisH 10 10RESULTS 29 256 256I 256RESULTS
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GAMES IN BOTH LEAGUES LEAGUESAMERICAN
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Morning Games GamesBoston GnmesBoston
Boston 3 Washington Washing 2 2Philadelphia 2Philad
Philadelphia Philad lphIa1New 1 New York 0 0St OSt
St Louis 2 Detroit 1 1 1Cleveland 1C
Cleveland C eveland 3 Chicago 2 2Afternoon 2fternoon
Afternoon Games
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Boston Boston4 4 Washington o oPhiladelphia 0Philadelphia oPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 4 New York YorkS YorkSSt 3 3St
St St Louis 5 Detroit 0 0Cleveland 9Cleveland
Cleveland 15 5 Chicago 4 4NATIONAL 4NATIOrtAL 4NATIONAL
NATIONAL NATIONALMorning I IMorning IMorning
Morning Games GamesJNTew GamesNew
New York 2 2 Boston 9Brooklyn 9 9Brooklyn 9Brooklyn I
Brooklyn 4 Philadelphia 3 3Pittsburg 3Pittsburg
Pittsburg 3 Cincinnati2 Cincinnati2Chicago Cincinnati CtnclnnatI2Chicago 2 2Chicago
Chicago 5 St Louis 2 2Afternoon 2Afternoon 2Afternoon
Afternoon Games GamesNew GamesNew
New York 2 Boston 0 0Brooklyn OBrooklyn 0Brooklyn
Brooklyn 3 Philadelphia Pblladelphia9PUtsburg 9 9Pittsburg
Pittsburg 4 Cincinnati 3 3Chicago 3Cblcago
Chicago 3 2StLouis St t Louis 1 1PERTINENT II
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PERTINENT FEATURES FEATURESOF FEATUR S SF
OF F YESTERDAYS GAMES GAMESA
A severe shakeup occurred in n thestanding the thestanding thestanding
standing of the teams in the Ameri American Amerlcan Amercan ¬
can League Leagucas as a result
of yester yesterdays yeaterdays yesterdays ¬
days doubleheaded games gamesBoston gamesB5tonnoW gamesBoston
+ Boston B5tonnoW now ties Chicago for first firstplace firstplace firstplace
place while wblleSt St Louis and Philadelphia Phil Philadel Phtladelphis del delphlo ¬
phia moved lnOVCdPD up up to third third and fourth fourthpositions fourthpositions
positions respectively respectivelyDetroit re5pectivehDetroIt
Detroit went hustling from the thethird thet thethird
third t ird rung of the ladder to the sixth sixthCleveland sIxthCleveland sixthCleveland
Cleveland moving up from seventh seventhto
to fifth place placeWashington DlaceWashington placeWashington
Washington by its ltsdouble double defeat defeatseems defeatseems
seems secure in last 1etlIco place unless the theTiottbm theljottom I
bottom drops outand out and ltshould it should die disappear ¬
appear appear altogether from sight sightA I IA
A 1 noticeable feature of yesterdays yesterdaysgames yesterdaysgames
games is that each American League Leaguewinner Leaguowinner Leaguewinner
winner won both the morning and andafternoon nndatternoon
afternoon games while no team won wonits wonits
its morning game by more than a amargin amar amarginn
margin mar g in of one run and an d three runs runsbeing runsbeing
being the maximum score by any anyone any anyone anyone I
one team teamBAD teamBAD
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BAD THROW COSTS THEBUREAU THE THEBUREAU
BUREAU TEAM GAME GAMEBefore GAMEBeforo GAM E
Before a large crowd of spectators spectatorsand rs
and admirers at the American AmerIcanLeague Lea LeaPark League gre
Park Pafk yesterday afternoon tho Eastern Easte EasteAthletic r n
Athletic Club and the Bureau Athletic AthleticClub Athlet AthletClub rlc lc
Club played a hardfought game of th thir thirteen thirteen r rteen ¬
teen innings In which the Eastern Ath Athletic Athletic At ¬
letic Club won by a bad throw from fromhome fromhOJl1o fro m
home to third by Rapp I
Score by innings inningsBureau InnIngsBureau
Bureau A C C0 000 0 0 0 0 000 0 00 0 0 01100 01 1 000 0 02 2
Eastern A C C0 0 0 02 2 0 00 0 000000 0 00 0 0 013 013BatteriesFulcher 0 1 1DatteriesFulcher 3 3Batteries
Batteries BatteriesFulcher Fulcber and Rapp for the ti e I
Bureau Athletic Club Wahler 1 ahler and
Gates for the Eastern Athletic Club Clu andb b
Umpire UmpireDetts UmpireDettsBUREAU UmpireBettsBUREAU Betts BettsBUREAU
BUREAU A C SHUTS OUT OUTNORRIS OUTNORRIS OUTNORRiS
NORRIS PETERS CO TEAMThe TEA TEAM TEAMThe I I
The Bureau Athletic Club played the theNorrls theNorrIs t h e
NorrIs Peters Company Cowpanyat at American AmericanLeague AmerictLIlLeague Lmeric a hn n
League Park yesterday morning to a astandstill astandstill
standstill shutting them out 4 to 0 0Score OScore
Score by innings RHE RHEf RH E
N f p Co 000100000 0 Oi 000000 0 0 0 0 00 0 5 4 1
B A t Club 1120600 11 1 2 0 0 0 0 004 0 0 C > 4 4 I 3 3Batteries 3DatterlcsBeck
BatteriesBeckett Batteries DatterlcsBeck Beckett lt and Beckett for ft r
the Norris Peters Co Ogle and Rapp p
for the Bureau Athletic AthleUcClub Club Umpire
Betts
HABLEI ll r REGATTA EGATTA8fflhiTI1 ROWED ROWEDColumbia ROWEOOVER
OVER Si 8fflhiTI1 iColumbia OOTH COURSE COURSEColumbia
Columbia Bohemia and New York YorkClubs YorkClubs YorkClubs
Clubs Win Two Races R2cesNEW RacesNEW RacesNEW
NEW YORK May Ia 30 30The The thirtyseventh thirtysev thirtyseventh thirbsevcnth ¬
enth annual regatta of the Harlem Re Regatta Regatta
gatta Association was rowed today over overthe overthe
the course course extending from Fordham FordhamHeights FordhaIQHeights
Heights to Washington Bridge A brisk brisknortheast brisknortheast
northeast wind swept swetoverthe over the river riverand rIverand
and though its force force was broken by the thehIgh thehigh
high banks the course tourse was as smooth smoothas
as desired Robert J Millisan was wasreteree wasreferee I
referee and James JamesPiIkingtofl Pilkington starter starterAssociation starterAssociationFinal starterAssociationFinal
Association AssociationFinal Final heat won by Will William Willtam Vlll
tam i m Variy Var Atlanta Boating Club David DavidA
A Clary Nassau Boating Club second secondTime secondTIm secondTime
Time TIm 735 735Jtfuior
Junior Junior eightoared shell shellWon Won by New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Athletic AthletIc Club Columbia second
Malta Athletic Club third Time 440 40
I Junior single scullWon scull scullVonby Won by H S
Grant Nassau Boating Club ONeill
Metropolitan Me t ropolitan Boating Club second
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Time 502Junior 502 502Junior 502Junior
Junior fouroared gig gigVcn Wen by Bohe Bohemian Bohemian
mian B C Nassau B C second Time
537 537Junior 53 537Junior
Junior Junior double scull scultYon Won by New
York A AC C Seawanhaka B C second
Time 605 605Senior 60 60SenIor 605Senior
Senior fouroared shell sheJIWon Won by Philadelphla Phil Philadelphla PhUadelphlll
adelphla B C U Barge BlrgeClubPhiladel BlrgeClubPhiladelphla Club Philadel Phlladel Phlladelphla
phla second Time 506 506Senior 506SenIor 506x
Senior single scull scullWon Won by Frank FrankVesley
Vesley Bohemian B C Demoralle New
Orleans second Time 632Intermediate 532 532Intermediate 532Intermediale
Intermediate fouroared gig gigColum gigColumbia Colum ¬
bia won West Philadelphia B C sec second secrind
rind Time 501 501Senior 501Senior 501Senior
Senior eightoared shell shellVonbyCo shellVonbyColumbia Won by Columbia Co Columbia ¬
lumbia Dauntless second Time 442 442Senior 4 442 i21h
Senior double sculls scullsBohemia Bohemia B BC BCwon C Cwon
won won Vesper B C second Time 530 b30l b30L 530ALLAMERICAN 530ALLAMERICAN
ALLAMERICAN RIFLERS RIFLERSAGAIN RIFLERSAGAIN l
AGAIN AT SEA L EA GIRT GIRTTeam GIRTTeam GIRTTeam
Team Will Later Proceed to the Creed Creedmore Creedmore Creedmore
more Range and Then Sail SailSEA SailSEA SailSEA
SEA GIRT N J May 30The 30 30TheAll 30TheAllAmerIcan The AllAmerican All AllAmerlcan
AmerIcan rifle team returned to theranges theranges the theranges
ranges at Sea Girt today They Th y beganpractice began beganpractice beganpractice
practice on the long distance targets targetsat
at once and gave a marvelous exhibi exhibition exhlbltion eahibiflea ¬
tion of marksmanship in the face of a atreacherous atreacherous atreacherous
treacherous northeast windlrivate wind windPrivate windPrivate
Private Howard Gensch an alternate alternateis alternate alternateis
is the only absentee He Is s expected expectedhere expectedbere expectedhere
here tomorrow It Is believed that the theteam theteam theteam
team will leave Sea Girt about June 10for 10 10for 10for
for the Creedmore range on Long LongIsland LongIsland
Island whence they will proceed to Eng England ¬
landi land landI landi
i i I AMONG THE AMATEURS I IThe 1 1The I IThe
The Northern Stars would like to playall play playall playan
all teams tenmsnveraglng averaging fourteen ourteenyel1rs years Ad Address Adc Adcdress Address ¬
dress challenges to Charles King 1818 1818Fghth 1818Eghth 1818 1818Eighth
Eighth Street northwest northwestThe northwestThe northwestThe
The South Dakota Stars have organized organ organized organIze ¬
ized Ize for the theselson season and would arrangegames arrange arrangegames arrangegames
games with teams averaging from fromtwelve fromteIve fromtwelve
twelve to fourteen years Address chal challenges challenges challenges ¬
lenges to 510 N Street northwest The Theteam The Theteam Theteam
team lines Hn sup up as follows M Rosson Rossonpitcher Rossonpitcher Rossonpitcher
pitcher J T Slnshelmer S nsheimer catcher W WHInes WHInes WHines
HInes first base B Winter shortstop shortstopJ
J Rosson second base P Craft third thirdbase thirdbnse thirdbase
base C CBurton Burton right field S West Westleft Westleft Westleft
left field L Munheimer center fieldThe field fieldThe field fieldThe
The Northwest NorlhW st Stars defeated the theTigers theTIgers theTigers
Tigers yesterday by the score of 9 to 4 4The 4he 4The
The he winning team would like to arrange ar arrange arrange ¬
range games with all nines averagingsixteen averaging averagingsixteen averagingsIxteen
sixteen years of age Send challenges challengesto
to Harry Berman 1146 Seventh Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest
northwest Following Is the lineup of ofthe oftho oftho
tho Stars Western catcher James Jamespitcher Jamesptch
pitcher ptch r H Klrblskey first base S Kir Kirblskey Kirb
blskey b key second base Derney third base baseC basee
C L Casper left field M I Casper short shortstop shortstop short ¬
stop John Brown center field H Ber Berman Berman Benman ¬
man right field fieldThe fieldThe
The Vigilante Thursday defeated the theWarwlcks thoWarwIcks theWarwicks
WarwIcks by the score of 16 to 6 The Thewinners Thewlnlers Thewinners
winners desire to arrange games gameswlth gameswltha withall with withall
all a sixteenyearold teams In the District DistrIctAddress Dis ¬
trict trIctAddress Address challenges to W WD D King
517 Fifth Street southeast southeastThe southeastTho
Tho Crescents would like IIk to hear from fromall fromall fromall
all teams averaging fourteen years yearsTheir yearsTheir yearsTheir
Their lineup is as follows P Pockecatcher Pocke Pockecatcher j jcatcher
catcher A Noyes pitcher pitcherJPlerc pitcherJPlercfirst J Pierce Piercefirst
first base J Molley third thrdbase base C Bal Ballenge Bnllenge Ballenge
lenge left field A Giovannani short shortstop shortJtop ¬
stop A Williams center field fieldE E Wal Waldron Waldron
dron second base R Fitzgerald right rightfield rightfield
field Address all challenges to F FSmith FSmIth FSmith
Smith 226 Fourandahalf Street south southwest southwest ¬ =
west westThe
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The Invaders defeated the Stantons StantonsSaturday StantonsSaturday
Saturday by the score of 7 to 3 The Thewinners Thewinners
winners would like to arrange games gameswith gamesw
with w th teams averaging fourteen years yearsAddress yearsAddress yearsAddress
Address challenges to G Tyler 405 G GStreet GStreet GStreet
Street northeast
A Successful Climb Against Competition CompetltionJUnion CompetitionUnion r
Union Labor Employed Employedgwstina r
f ptiti
Augustina gwstina gwstinaIts I West 129 129West I C Columbia ColumbiaIts lul11bia lul11biaIts
Its Dark iI PiI Its Light LightArlington lightf
Arlington Brewing Co CoWest CoWest f
West 129 Rosslyn Va Vasrock VaStock
Wrtn WrtnPORT
PORT POTEJ Stock J JUnion West 129 129Union LAL LALUnion Sparkling SparklingPOTEJ
Union Labor Employed EmployedAs EmployedAsPura EmployedAs
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I WIN
FROI fRO FROMBALTMg1EAt8 FROMBALTMg1EAt8Gricteters BALTilQREAliS BALTilQREAliSCricketers
Cricketers Engage Enga e in an Exciting ExcitingContest ExcitingContest Excitingt0IlteSt
Contest ContestThe ContestIhe t0IlteStThe
The Washington CrIcket Club of the theSons theSons theSons
J Sons of St George of Washington de defeated deated defeated ¬
f feated ated the Lord Baltimore BaltlmoreLodge Lodge No No44S
443 of the Sons of St George Georgeo of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
i more in a cricket match at the grounds groundsoi
oi a < tho Washington Cricket Club yester yesterday yestert1Cy yesteray ¬
l day d ay by the score of 76 to 59 59The 59The 69The
The game was marked by b good playing playingthroughout playingthroughout playingroughout
t throughout th by both teamsThe teams teamsThe teamsThe
The Baltimoreans BaltImor ans took first turn at atthe alth atlira
the th bat and made twentytwo runs runswhile runswhIle runswhile
while the locals In the first first inning bat batteci batteCt batd
teci te d in thirtytwo scores s < < ores In the second secondInning secondinnIng secondinning
I Inning the Washington team added addedfortyfour adledlortyfou addedrtyfour
fortyfour fo rtyfour scores and the Monumental MonumentalCity 1Ionumentalcay MonumentalCity <
City < boys boy took a brace and made thirty thirtyscven thirtyven j jseven
seven se ven runs fifteen more than they made madeIn madein mad madin e
i In the first Inning Following is a aline alineof line lineup 11nlup ¬
up of the teams teamsWashington teamsVashingtcnF teamsWashingtonF
Washington F Banks R Cummins CumminsH CumminsH
I H V Lake J Hunt J Stevens T TC Col Collins Colns l lIms ¬
1 lins le ns A Toogood B Bradford G Hunt HuntG
G Pippard and J Donnelly DonnellyBaltimore DonnellyBaltimore DonnellyBaltimoreAinsworth
BaltimoreAinsworth Baltimore AInsworth Ely RoseHyde Ross RossHyde RossH
Hyde H > deFurischaiH Furlschai H Holden Hold n J Holden HoldenH
H Roland Wfcker W c1cer Springham and H HLake HLake j
Lake Lake Jr
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DOUGLAS GA8i WINS 18TilE 18TilEn THE THEWalter THEGOLf
GOLf GHAMPIONSHIP GHAMPIONSHIPWalter n 1 1 1Walter 1
Walter Travis Ho However vever Estab Establishes Establis Establishes ¬
lishes lis es New Record RecordDEAL Rec RecordDEAL rd rdDEAL
DEAL BEACH N J May ilay Iay 30Soclety 30 30So 30Soclely So Society ¬
ciety was out in force to t witness the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final match for the Metropolitan Cham Championship Championship Championship ¬
pionship at Deal Beach this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The links were lined with automobiles automobilesand
and elegant equippages equppa es and the clubhouse club clubhouse clubhouse ¬
house was thronged with handsomely handsomelygowned I Igowned igowned
gowned women womenFindlay womenFIndlay womenFindlay
Findlay Douglas of the Nassau NaS au Club Clubhad Clubhad Clubhad
had little trouble in defeating JohnMoller John Johniloller Johnloller
iloller jr of Lakewood The last lastround lastround lastround
round for the 36 holes was finished finishedabout finishedabout finishedabout
about 4 oclock The card showed Doug Douglas Douglas ¬
las to be the winner 10 up and 9 toplay to toplay toplay
play playIn playIn playIn
In the match for the Presidents Cup C P
J Chandwlck jr of the Powellton Club Clubhad Clubhad Clubhad
had an easy time in defeating Dr J M MByers lIByers MDyers
Byers of the DykerMeadows Club 9 up upand upand
and 8 to playThe play playThe playThe
The Metropolitan Handicap Handicap was play played played played ¬
ed today and while Walter Travis o othe of oftht o1the
the Garden City Club fell down in theMetropolitan the theMetropolitan theIetropoHtan
Metropolitan championship cha plonshlp he was suc successful suecessful successful ¬
cessful in winning the gross score medal medalin medalin
in this match from scratch scratchThe scratchThe scratchThe
The card handed in by Travis showed showeda
a score of 163 In covering the last lastnine lastnine
nine holes coming in this afternooo fte rnllu heestablished he heestablished beestablIshed
established a record for the long distance dis distance distance ¬
tance course with a total of 35 strokes
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