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Sorting IIIUNSI lIUNS PEEVE MUPSE mm <%»....... hat Tigers Are Laying Out Is Silly on Its i Vitw of Known Conditions. et Best Game of His Wins Tenth Straight, >mer Making It Easy. JL H. BRUSKE. e is going down In old nd tho deni ions of that slbljr be pardoned the \iicb. they are display* i is the case, daox had failed to score icutive' Innings off the Ing of big George Mul in the meanwhile hav [organ off the slab and rgln of five large ruus. pulace, urged on by tho >resß, have let out a i puerile in the extreme, that the Tigers are slm cripple their team by f its stars through the igh play. .tion is given this claim lat both Wagner and ipelled to leave the field a time on account of ned In collisions. Wag idly injured that he will ;ame for some time, irho knows the Detroit rer, this charge Is ab ce. Merely Got Gay. bunch is merely Buffer table effect of getting se lines, both on attack r** case, for instance, ap was on third and on an infield grounder, le ball and hurled to with plenty of time, t for the runner as he jner wallowed homo in head-first slide, straight stop. He might Just have taken a header all. He hit his shoulder wiving apparatus on the i time. ir case, Lord tried to off third, and Charlie or the bag. Only one eke place. Classy in have played ball long n how to touch runners bf getting the ball on ut standing in his path, t of the Boston crew, is ► has most of his baee rn. That he is a prom nothing to do with the mm- yet far from being t McConnell Is still out the result of an Injury he Boston series here further aggravates the antown. Carrlgan, too, in Lewiston, Me., with prene, the result of a Whether the cut was i In the famous Mor ir not, is not said. On however, Carrlgan de King in the club office ► disperse, that he had i the least. •troit's Policy. t» no denying the toor Redsox are in bad l these men out of it. lusion of malice on the gers is the correct ex jpwever. extremely lru » Boston club is com of youngsters who, in i a little of that early > often allows teams of ► succeed in the early ague season, began to j >f all sorts and suffered e general possibility of ting out with an assault ► great bodily harm Is i only necessary to men hat one of the Champs tty nearly a whole sea lch ms the result of an id in an effort to have ilaylng on the Boston devotees of the game this reference without Os memory. Jake Stahl Is Hnett ready to testify to the fact hit broken limb. Can Cicotts Last? Manager Lake intends to HKOlCOtte. his star twirler, and Ld do his best to last the con- HKont.. If he does, he will he tin ’ ißoeton pitcher to succeed in this during the three games whi< li HBSeen played so far this series that matter, in two of fh-> l| t played In Detroit. panegyrics have been sun.; columns so regularly this v. i .-jplerd Is little left unsaid If cn i "be commented, however, pw blch he twirled against \iKhox yesterday was the host of HKi of consecutive vi. lories which j§H|j|OOmrried his efforts this season. i|hi secure nine hits hut they Hpso effectively scattered that Hos- HEfhough threatening oft# n. was mi to score In any of the nine in a base on hails he strikeouts were niwavs was the Red Sot star*, r an ! the fourth when he ga\- llllßfc.* brainstorm, passed Cold. >.r» • Tyrus to make the compl. *• ; glggjl on two wild pitches This was ||HUV run scored by cither s ld<- in piiiMyt ImnhtfS. In the ninth, how JptWhMty Singled, Hla *r\ > hum Stahl who muffed. th.* ||g|lf» advanced on a wild throw '•> SchnaUJt came to the for** Hhhm home run. HHKJn*d Bot had run has. s quit. the pride of n..al Hill and m-M out in a vicious slam a* tore past Speaker om » frljhtcne.l hare an I wtirdy backstop to mak- Clrdnlf. herding the othe r jMfc* ***** - I 'w. • 1-3 » NEWS OF THE DAY, GATHERED FOR THE DETROIT TIMES CURLEY WILL HANDLE SEATTLE EXPOSITION SPORTS < v ml 1 JACK Cl HMEY. Jack Curlry, the ( kl.-ano promoter, has l"***n i'imanr.t by the inuoMicrmeat of the Alaika-Vukon etp«M.ltli>n to take (-hamr of the munteur and profra eloaal athletic rrrnti to he held la rouafctloß with the espoaltlon. Fur a number of yearn Curley has handled Ash ter* and errentier*. He haa promoted puarlllstlc and mat rou teats la many parta of America. Cur ley naa the promoter of the Ootch- Mahmout match. He la now la Se attle llnlna up talrut. tyre hit safely and came all the way home on Bush's double, raising the De troit total to the figures at which the game concluded. Kiillfer for Schaefer. An instance likely to have an Im portant bearing on the pennant race was the Injury sustained by Schaefer In the early stages. The Detroit cap tain wrenched his side very severely in throwing a ball to first base and had to leave the field, with the pros pect that he will be out for a couple of weeks. Wade Kiillfer went to sec ond, got a hit, made a swell play, pre venting a tie score and did well throughout. Second base is the place he wants to play and he has his chance at last, after many a weary day spent on the bench. | For the Statistical Fiend DETROIT. AB R H O A E Mclntyre. If ....4 1 1 0 0 0 Bush, as ............. 501321 Crawford, of ........ 4 0 2 2 0 0 Cobh, rs - 8 1 0 0 0 0 Moriarty. lb 3 1 112 2 0 O Leary. 3b 2 1 0 2 2 1 Schaefer, 2b 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kiillfer, 2b 4 0 12 4 0 Schmidt, c 4 12 7 10 Muliln, p 3 0 10 5 0 Totals 82 6 9 17 16 2 BOSTON. AB R H O A E Niles. 2b-aa 4 0 1 2 5 1 Lord. 3b 4 0 1 2 3 0 Speaker, cf... 4 0 0 2 1 0 Hooper, If 4 0 12 10 Stahl, lb 4 0 3 11 1 1 Wolter. rs 4 0 0 1 0 0 Wagner, as 2 0 2 2 0 1 French. 2b 2 0 1 0 1 0 Donahue, c... 3 0 0 4 3 0 Morgan, p 10 0 10 0 Burchell, p .......... 1 0 0 0 2 1 •Thoney 100000 Totals 34 0 9 27 17 4 •Bfttted for Morgan in the fourth. 123*456789 R Detroit ..00010000 4 5 Boston ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o Two-base hits —Wagner. Crawford. Niles, Bush. Home run—Schmidt. Hits —Off Morgan. 1 In 4 Innings: off Bur cheil. k in 5 Innings. Sacrifice hits — Donahue. O’Leary. Stolen bases—Lord. Stahl 2. Moriarty. Double plays—Niles. Stahl and Donahue; Mullin. Kiillfer and Moriarty. Left on bases—Detroit 8, Boston 8 First base on balls—Off Morgan 4 First base on errors—Bos ton 1. Detroit 3. Hit by pitched hall— By Morgan. O'Leary. Struck out—By Morgan l. by Mullin 7. by Burchell 1. Wild pitches—Morgan 2. Mullin 2. Time —2:11. Umpires—O Louffhlln and Kerin. Sporting Notes Regatta t <ml a) off the Detroit Motor Boat club. Rvrn up with Itoaton now and the odd game today. Olivet la the M. I. \. A. ehnniplnn by a large margin. The Ford ear* are In the vaa la the trans-continental race. Kenneth Tracey, local pitcher, la to get a trial with Kalarnaxoo. ♦— Michigan la acheduled to doae her baseball season with today’s game against Notre Dame. Terry Tnmer’a lateat la a stiff neck. Reports of his play this season read like bedside bulletins. —♦ — la V* tamea at llrat baae. t.corac CockllT. the ex-Tiger, Is leading the Eastern league without an error. ♦ - hlr Thomaa l.lpfon la again quoted aa desiring to race for the Americas cup on his ow n terms. Sir Thomas Is laying himself open to u charge of poor sportsmanship. The hoard of directors of the National league have ovor-ruled President ifeydler’s decision and have ordered played over the Pittsburg-Cinrjnngti game, won by the former dub. In which Wagner crossed over the plate while the pitcher was delivering the baH. _ McMahon Again Active. Pitcher “Sadie" McMahon, the for mer star Baltimore twirier, is now manager of the Wilmington club of the outlaw Atlantic league. Although McMahon has been out of professional baseball for 12 years hta arm la still good, and he will help out In the pitch er's box for his club. Are You Cotng West? i Drop a rostal card to Robert C. Jones, Michigan Passenger Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & Bt. Paul Rail way, 212 Majestic building, Detroit, and receive by return mail folder d:»- r-rrlptlve of tho Alaska-Yukon-Pacifle Exposition at Seattle, June 1 to Octo b« r If., It*. Sunday Excursions —Grand Trunk Railway System—Sunday, June 6. Saginaw and Bay City $2 00 Special Train 7:00 a. m. Dancing 1.25 Battle Creek 1.75 Holly 1.00 Owosto 1.25 lonia 1.75 Grand Rapids 2.50 Special Train 7:30 a. m. Advance male, City Ticket Office, 124 Wood ward-a ve. . Tal—hnaa. M. 2ft. VALUE OF A GOOD PINCH HITTER IS SET AT $3,000 The national commission has gone on record as to the value of a pinch hitler. Dode Criss asked for f.1.000 and the com mission. in restoring to him his good standing, stated “his salary demands w« re not extravagant." The diflivuitv about that pinch-hitting game is to prove you are really oue. NOTEWORTHY EVENTS IN THE LEAGUE RACE But one game was played In the American league yesterday, rain and wet grounds preventing the other three scheduled. Mullin, in winning his tenth consecutive game, made it a shut out and fanned in oue inning. Speaker, Hooper and Stahl, the Red Sox’ best batters. The Boston game saw* tthe com peting teams lose a star inflelder apiece, Wagner and Schaefer, both suffering injuries likely to keep them on the bench for some time. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND IN A SWIMMING DUEL Representatives of Ohio Town at Lo cal Y. M. C. A. Saturday Evening In Diversified Program. On Saturday evening at 8 o’clock the 'T boyß will have a harder team to defeat than the Toledo eight of a week ago. The Cleveland boys have some very fast and strong swimmers among their number, as a result of the city of Cleveland establishing public swimming pools under competent in structors. The ladles will be admit ted to see the contest, and will be promised better ventilation than at last week's contest. Instructor Cor san will give his last exhibition, and In addition will give a demonstration of lifesaving, finishing by swimming 150 feet with his hands and feet tied. Following is the program—Plunge for distance; 50-yard dash; pic-a-back wrestling contest; 50 yards on back; lifesaving race; 75 yards, three-style race; egg and spoon race; neat and fancy diving; w*ater polo. Two men will represent each city. The wrestling and the water polo will not be counted In the points. REQUIEM SUN GAGAIN. i Young Corbett Once More Descends to Level of Prize Ring Dubs. NEW YORK, June 5. — Young Cor bett's coming back is about at an end. The former champion met Sammy Smith, an elusive boxing person, who is of that new class of prize ring art ists—more boxer than fighter—here last night and failed to make good. Smith, one time of Philadelphia, had tho best of all but one round of a 10- round go. In the eighth Young Corbett showed a flash of the old-time speed that en abled him to dispose of “Terrible Terry" on two occasions. But through out the rest of the contest the rangy Smith had the erstwhile champion ou the run. It appears today that there Is hard ly any prospect of Young Corbett get ting a bout with the winner of the | Dick Hyland-Leach Cross go. after his , showing last night. The ex-champion has a long hard row* to travel before he gets back into first class company, if he ever does. CHICAGO AND ILLINOIS. Looked On as Most Probable Winners of Big Conference Meet. CHICAGO, June 4.—A1l of the con ferences and teams that will partici pate In the college athletic meet to morrow at Marshall field have ar rived. This afternoon preliminaries will be started, elimination trials lu the quarter and half-mile runs, pole vault and high jump being scheduled. Illinois and Chicago are the favor ites for first place in tomorrow's mee: with Leland Stanford the dark horse. The ruling of the A. A. U. In declar ing Stanford professional for compet ing with the Colorado university team last week when the latter wa#> not tecognized by the governing athletic body will be Ignored here. The con ference committee is satisfied with the California athletet- standing and they will compete as scheduled. Masonic League Games. The following games will be played In the Masonic league. June 5: Palestine vs Detroit. 3:30 p. m., D. A. C. grounds. Frank Blschoff, scorer. Union vs. City of Straits, diamond No. 1, 4.16 p. m., Clark park. Harry Redmond, scorer. Zion vs. Ashlar, diamond No. 0. 3:30 p. m.. Belle Isle. Jordan, scorer. fcCilwlnning vs. Friendship, diamond No. 2, Atkinson park, 4:15 p. m. John Bischoff, scorer. Carrigan on Shelf. Carrlgan. of the Boston Americans, has developed blood poisoning in the left leg from a spike wound. Gan grene has set in, and the limb Is bad ly swollen. He will be out of the game for some time. Spaldings Are Busy. The Spalding baseball team will play Assumption college at Sandwich on Saturday nnd on Sunday will cross bats with the Delray Athletics at thA latter’s grounds, Dlx and Llvernols. Redsox Get College Pitcher. President John I. Taylor, of Bos ton, has closed terms with Pitcher Ray W. Collins, a university of Ver mont pitcher, and he will join the Boston team about the middle of Jun* THREE BASEBALL RACES AT A GLANCE AMERICAN LEAGUE. •TAXDISU. • W. I* Pet. . W. I* Pi t. Detroit .27 1.1 ,t»75 Bt. Iy»uln.l 7 21 447 Athletln :"5 16 s*o r|ev*ta‘«! I«; 22 421 New Y k : 1 15 .543 Chicago .16 22 .121 Bouton ..21 1* .525 BH»«h'on 1 2 25 32 1 Ye«terrtn>*a Heaulta. Detroit 5. Button 0. R«ln elsewhere. Twlnr'a 4>nmea. Detroit at Boaton. Chicago at Philadelphia Cleveland at Washington, • fct. Dout# at Ktw York. THE DETROIT TIMES: SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1909. WONT QUIT ATTEMPT TO BEAT SCOTS AT THEIR GAME f'' % JEROME TRAVERS. Thl» rlnaay young player, who hntla from >rn Jrrary. w»« put out of the British amateur golf rliampiouatil p In the first round. Prior to the cham pionship h* had shown form raleulated to carry him along toward the finals, hut he was off his game, and played ml*er*hly. llo»*r»er. before he leaves Scotland, w here he 111 hide a wee. Travers vs tII undoubt edly show a return to that form which made him one of the most bril liant golfers In this eouatry. TODAY S ENTRIES. AT CiRAVBSEm First Race—3-year-olds and up, sell ing. about 6 furlongs: Horace E.. 104. Julia Pow-ell, 104, ‘Fleming. 9«; Hoff , man, 97; Berkshire, 104, ‘Coyltto. 9.*; Chapultpec. 114; Waponoca. 103, •Ad riuclie, 96. Nimbus. 106; Blackford. 106; •Mauvette. 94. Esoteric, 103: Lawton Wiggins. 104; •Ruble, 94; DeKalh. 107; Golden I.eg*-nd 97 Second Race—Kensington steeple chase. 4-y»*ar-olds and up. si it 2 miles: Grandpa. 105; Sanctus. 1»'.; King Castle. 146; Water Speed, 135; Jimmy Lane. 14S. Bunglow. 14** Third Race—Great American. 2-ye»r olds. 5 furlongs: Star Bottle, 115, Me dallion. 125; Interpose. 115; Dull Care, Newmarket, Radium Star, 115. | Fourth Race—Myrtle 3-vear-oids. 1>„ | miles: Wise Mason, 103; Norbltt, lo*i Montgomery. 108 •Rookstone. 100; Lad of 103; Rio Grande, 1»5; Rostrum. 90; Arasee, 95; Racquet. 86. Fifth Race—3-year-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles- Live Wire. 120; The Squire. 116; Alfred Noble. l<>8; Effendl, 1 f*o; Petticoat. 96 Moonshine, 92; Kllll - crankle, 97; Montgomery. 117; Miami, 110, Fashion Plate, 107. Marcellus, 100; Cowen, 95. Mark Anthony 11., 109. Sixth Race—2-year-olds. 5 furlongs: Eddie Duggan, 1<"'8, Deputy. 105; Hamp ton Court, 10S; Cross Over, 105; Inter pose. 108. Equation. 105, Shannon, 115; Glopper, 108. •Apprentice allowance. AT I.\TOM%. First Race—s furlongs Pirate Boy, 101; Short Ethel W. 98. Billiard Ball. 106. Chor ryola. 103, Jack Straw, 110. <Couple Pirate and Order as Walnwrtgat entry. > Second Race—s furlongs Tim Kelly, 114; Usury, 114; May (Vila, 108; Light Blue. 106; Tony B. 103. Billy Bodemer. 103. Camel. Id; Worthy, 101; Plume. 101, Zarupe. 101. Third Race —s 4 furlongs lb nson hurst, 116, Hiram. 116. The Shaughran, 114. Autumn Winds, 112, King Ferdin and, 106: T. F. Henry, 106. Oreat Help. 106; Odin, 103; Gus Counoit, 1"3; P. J. M-Carthy. 103. Fourth Race—Mile, the Merchants' stake: Huck. 108. The Minks. 109; Gypsy King. 105; Deuce. 104; Hyper ion 11.. 1 na. Crystal Maid. l'>2, Cymbal. 100; Donna. 99; Keep Moving. 95; The Peer. 90. Flftn Race—s 4 furlongs: Pal. 116: Stoner Hill. 116. Northdale, 111; King Thistle. 114; Patti Itulnart. 114. Mtv Cowley. 112; Posing. 109; Turley. 1"-,. Harry Funtmerfleld. 103; Chrlstma*. 101. Sixth Race—s 4 furlongs: Marmoj ean, 114; Snake Mary. 112: Fire Bail, 111; Tom Holland. 106: Von Buelow 103; Tony W.. 103; Kustaclan. 103; Lillian Ray, 101; Anne McGee, 101. AT TORONTO. First Race—Norway purse, selling. 3-year-olds and up, 54 furlongs: Al Bush. 101; Frank lg>rd. D»9; Firebug. 106. Edgley, 101, Sir Edwards, 112; Grace Kimball. 107; Bertha E.. 10., Balb.-k. 102. Little Osage. 111. Second Race -Tyro stakes. 2-year olda. 5 furlongs Front Row. 95; Chil ton Queen. 100. Busy. 103, Dress Pa rade li . 106; Flying Squirrel, 113. Third Ra< • William Hendrix Me morial handicap. 3-year-olds and up. mile: Supper Dance. 90, Shonionexe, 111, The Globe, lo.i, Shore im»r. 121. Crtpersau' e, 109; Gafin I e Maid. |1•• 4. Moonraxer, 116. Fourth Race—-Waterloo handicap, 3- I year-olds and up: Htromeland, 90. 'Gretrit Green, 107; Esther. 108; Bouquet. I<'6. Amndark. 1 «»0; Miss Greenan. 84; Siskin. 98, Di rect, 112; Zlpango, lot; Seismic, 106; Green Seal. lo 4; Throckmorton. 105. Fifth Race Street Railway steeple, chase handicap. 4-year-oltls and up. about 2 4 miles: Wild Refrain 132; ; png aft Rey, 152; Dr. Keith. 141; Kx» ' p.ir aionlnt. 161; Bvsanttne, 142; Kara, ! 159, John Dillon. 143; Waterway, 152; i Agent. 165, Steve lutnr, 150. NATIONAL LEAGUE. ST % \ 111 YO. W IA. Pt t. W. L. pet iPlttsKrg 27 12 Clnc'natl 20 21 .4«8 Chicago 26 16 619Brookl'n 16 20 .444 New Y'k. 1 * 17 .514 St fy.uis.l 7 23 .435 Phlilies .17 18 ,l«6 Boston . .11 26 .316 >f«lrrtisj'» ftennltN. Rain everywhere Today'* (•nines. Boston at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Phillies at Chicago. , Ns# York at Bt. Lou La. CONFERENCE IS ON TODAY. Best Meet Since 1905 When Michigan Was a Contender Is in rPospect. | CHICAGO, June 5. —What promises to be the most thrilling Intercollegiate ' conference meet since 1905 will be i held on Marshall Field today. New , records are expected aud several sur prises are looked for. Iceland Stan ford. Illinois, Michigan and Chicago are the leading institutions in the meet. Stanford being favorite on ac count of records already made this year, but Stanford and Chicago have but few men to rely on for points, while Illinois has a wealth of mater ial. In the preliminary quarter mile race yesterday, Wyman and Miller of Stan ford romped home in their beats and but for Hanley of Illinois, wore the fastest men In the event. Wyman’s time was :51, fastest made. Other universities represented In the meet are Minnesota, Purdue, In diana, Western Reserve. Colorado, Northwestern, and Notre Dame. PULLIAM w7IL~RETURN. National League Magnates Get To gether for Purpose of Asking Him. CINCINNATI, O. June 4 Harry Pulliam who was given a leave of absence from tbe active duties of the presidency of the National league sev eral months ago, will undoubtedly be recalled before the close of the day. The National league club owners gath ered In Cincinnati for that purpose to day. President Brush, of the New York club, and Murphy, of the Chl j cago club, recently declared they would not vote for him again, but it is thought Murphy will change his mind and that Pulliam will again di rect the affairs of tho league. The National League board of ar bitration will also act on the protests [of the Cincinnati and Brooklyn clubs. Both claim they lost games to Pitts burg through mistakes by umpires. Montreal Enthusiastic Over Winter, The ‘ find” of the season as far as th» Montreal team is concerned Is G. Winter, and It Is a treat to sit In tho grandstand and view* that skilled workman perform in the box. Not only Is G Winter a fine heaver, but proves to I>*» an all-round athlete of surpass ing skill. He is active, fields his posi tion perfectly, Is one of the fastest runners on the team and hits the hail In fine style. Incidentally, he can take a Job In the outfield and cover as much ground as O'Neil, Joyce, or J. Jones, the groat statesman. G. Win ter seems to \t*‘ the most talented and versatile heaver that has ever been on our pay roll.—Montreal Btar. Amss and McGraw Fall Out According to a report Leon Ames, the Giants' pitcher. Is to be sold to the St. laiuls Cardinals. It Is understood that. Ames nnd Manager McGraw have had personal differences, and that Mc- Graw is not at all anxious to retain the sorrel-topped tv,lr!er. Bresnahan >s said to have made an offer to Mc- Graw that is satisfactory. SOUTH MJCHIOAN LEAGUE. BTV.MIIMI, W L. ivt. tv. I* Prt. I I Jackson lf> 7 692 Flint . ..ia in 500 (Fagtsiaw 15 9 6,2 Rattle (7.11 12 ’4,^ I Hay City 13 8 .619 Adrian .. 8 16 ,)|j j Knla'Soo I t 9 .591 Lihdng . t 18 rj Adrian 3. 2. K a lain-IXOO 2. Rattle Creek rt. Rain elsewhere 1 Twliiv'* (.a me*. Bay City at Adrian Flint at Saginaw Lansing at Knlamason. Jackson at Battle T'reek Yale Already at Work On Football for Fall BOSTON. Jun*» s—Every Yule eattUldst* will he given a foot ball and urged to practice during the aummer. Yale la preparing. Nn xeii of Ell hua forgotten n certain after noon. alightly warm and mtigto. laat November, when u .voting man named Kettnard shoved Ills lift toe ugainwt the prolate apherold and brought deepest gloom to Yale. The baaeball season has hardly commenced. \Yc are told that the major leaguers have yet to find tltelr stride A long summer l* yet ah<-nd. Football U far from our thoughts. It Is tho hist thing In our minds. Hut not so at New Haven or at Cambridge. Down at New llaven the couches are quietly working out the enn dtdatori for Die eleven. Sixteen prospective quartern are in tho squad. The entire university Ims been flm-combed In the search for 11 lad capable of using hi* brains in directing the work of the big Mine team of 1909 Something went wrong last year Yale planned on winning that game from Harvard There was a bolt misplaced somewhere in the delicate machinery <»f the eleven, nnd Kennnrd got away with Ills drop kick When that wonderful forward pass was declared foul. Yale real ized the enormity of the mishap. Now they are looking ahead down ut New llaven. Ted Coy, he's captain now. Is very much In earnest about tits 1909 Tale eleven It must eonte tit Cambridge tilts \ear, playing In the stadium. There are big holes to be filled In the line and behind the line lienee the great seal among the sons of Ell. Ho don't be surprised this summer If you hear of groups of husky young men punting and dropkteklng and falling on the hall at various summer resorts throughout the land Yale is preparing for the Harvard eleven. That's all. MEXICO CITY TURNS OUT TO LIONIZE PATHFINDERS Long Run Is Ended at Last and Plucky Crew of Detroit Car Re ceives a Rousing Welcome. MEXICO CITY, June 4.— The Chal mers-Detroit “30” scout car for tho tlagto-flag endurance run, pushed Its way through the quaint, sunny streets of Mexico City at noon yesterday. This car has performed a feat in au tomobile history. It has covered a to tal mileage of over 2.4*»0 miles, prac tically all of wmen was the hardest kind of going, in 25 days running with eight days lay-over. There was a string of about 25 cars behind the Chalmers-Detrolt "30'' when it proceeded down the principal street, pulled up before the palace and received the welcoming words of Pres ident Diaz. Tho next few days will be Bill ones for the Pathfinding crew. Tho same Mexican hospitality, which they had found along tho way, ]» personified in the Mexican capital. Following the triumphal parade through the city, they had dinner at the Hotel Geneve. They will attend a ball in their honor at the Geneve Saturday night and have dinner at the Country club Sat urday evening. The Mexicans have arranged a bull fight to take place on Sunday, with the Pathfinders as honored guests. The Pathfinders pay great tribute to the warm-hearted hospitality of tho Mexican people. RACER IS* PINCHED. Cops in Erie, Pa., Arrest Leader of Seattle Auto Flyers. F.RIE. Pa., June 4—The New York to Seattle automobile endurance run was held up for a few minutes here today when Ray Sheets, driver of the pilot car was arrested at tho Reed house by Policeman Pinney, on a charge of violating the speed laws of the town. Sheets tried to explain to the police man that his car was making a run across the continent, and that the whole country was interested in the speed of the machines, but Pinney ln 3isteu that the driver accompany him to the police station and the two whirled away in the machine, while the other automobiles awaited their return. The chauffeur put up $25 bail and the race was resumed. The racers left Cleveland at 1:30 o'clock for the next checking station at Toeldo. Only a short stop was made at the Cleveland Automobile club headquurters. where the cars ar rived in the following order: Ford No. 1, driven by Scott; Ford No. 2, KuMck; Shawmut, Pettingill; Acme. Sheet.*-*, and Italia. Salaman. The run from Buffalo was made In eight hours. Magnet trouble on the Ford and trouble on the Acme were the only Incidents. Quiet Bowling Tourney. We are reliably Informed that a world’s championship bowling tourna ment is being played at Madison Square Garden. If this report can be confirmed some paper should print something about the affair.—New York Mali. Schweitzer May Be Through. Outfielder Schw*cltzer, of the Browns, who has been out if the game with a sprained ankle, may never play again. The injury failed to respond to the treatment received, nnd It Is reported that the affected foot will he permanently stiff. 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Hold-out Johnny Klitig, the famous catcher of the Cubs has at last buried tho hatchet. Six thousand dollars could not bo overlooked nnd ho has promised to Join tho Cubs before July 1. Kllng received a telegram yester day from Murphy offering him Jrt.OOO, he wired Murphy that he would return providing Murphy concedes to a cer tain little demand which Kllng feels sure the Cubs’ president will do. OAKLAND FOLKS PLEASED. Performance of Pontiac-Made Car in Big Hill-Climb Gratifying. PONTIAC, Mich., June s.—Tho of ficials of the Oakland Motor Car Cos. were much elated when word wns re ceived by them that an Oakland *4O" had finished first of iho $2,000 class in the "Giant’s Despair" hill climb held at Wilkofibarre. The car lowered tho record 31 seconds ami was in com petition with ail the prominent cars selling for $2,000 and less. “Giants Despair' rises to an altl turo of 5,700 feet. The grades vary and the steepest part reaches a pitch of 22 per cent. The “Devils Elbow" is the star turn and those who havj tried it eay it is well named. Belmont Pair Didn’t Show. MANCHESTER, England. uJne 4. August Belmont's pair, Fair Play and Norman 111., upon which the chairman of the American Jockey club had built high hopes of annexing the Man chester cup, a beautiful piece of plate, and its accompanying purse of $15,000 failed to show prominently at any stage during the running of the big race here. Lord Howard IVWalden's Cargill won the cup event with Rob inson's Rushcutter second, and Sing er's Lischana third. Sixteen horses ran. Gargill won by half a length. He was at 7 to 1 in the betting. Rush cutter was 5 to 2 and Lischana 100 to U. BASE A L L Wayne Casino Electric Score Board BOSTON vs. DETROIT Gntne «*t 21.%0 p. m. Detroit Time Tickets on sale at Hams’ Cigar Store. Admission 25c. TinKitct 1.0918 ni-t*F. st\r day, w KD.MCADAY, Jl Ml J». "No nttf in no poor that they cannot contribute xonietnlnff to tlitn cause."— Bishop C. I). Williams.