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I i 1 I 4 45OOO IN STRUGGLING MOB AT POLO BROUNQ8 BALLBAM
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Lu SHOOTING HELD IN
TOMBS WITHOUT BAIL
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I i Caesar Young WellKnown Sporting
LV Man and Bookmaker Killed While
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on His Way to Meet Wife with
Whom He Was to Sail on Germanic
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I His Companion Mrs Nan Patterson a
1 ll Florodora Sextet Girl Declares He
I y Shot Himself but Coroner Holds
1h Her as a Prisoner Until Monday
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4 i Caesar Young one of the best known and most prosperous book
s makers on the metropolitan tracks was shot dead in a hansom cab to
It day at the corner of Broadway d Franklin street within a halfhour
t 1 of the time he was to have sailed for Europe with his wife on the White
Ji Star line steamship Germanic
I In the cab with him at the time was Mrs Nan Patterson better
1 j known on the stage as Nan Randolph a niece of Charles Patterson
cashier of the Fourth National Bank
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2 At the Hudson Street Hospital where Young was taken although
dead letters were found in his pocket according to the police from Nan
1 f Patterson and written in a threatening manner
Mrs Patterson wan taken to the Leonnrd street station where she be
i i came hysterical and said Young had shot himself She said that lie had
I Just told her he would have to part from her for good and that he found he I
t y j was unable to ilo so and killed himself I
ij v J JOSH PATTERSON SENT TO TOMBS i
VJ p Mrs > Patterson was arraigned before Coroner Brown late this afternoon
i G 5 XHeir fawyere insisted on ball being fixed but Assistant DistrictAttorney
tl r Cans argued that until nter the Inquest she should be kept In confinement
if Mr Cans urged that she be sent to the Tombs and In spite of the pleaa of
the womans counsel that she be sent to the House of Detention If any
where the Coroner sent her to the City Prison She will be kept there until
its y Continued on Second Pagol
1 PITTSBURG 11
BROOKLYN 4
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I Pirates Fell on Pitcher Joness
t I Curves and Batted Out Six
vJ Runs inrthe Ninth Inning
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BROOKLYN
d R HPOA K
tJ Bheckard if 1 1 0 0
1r Lumley rf o I 0
si Dobbs cC 1 i
u 1 0 1
AI Jacklltach Jb V I 2 8 i 0
r Jordan i > 0 i a 1 II
9i 1 11 nabb s 0 i t 5 I
Il 1 McCormick 3b o 0 1 L 0
f Ilergen c 1 6 2 0
I Jones
p 0 O 0 l 0
I 1 Qesler 0 0 0 0 0
I i Total i o 17 17 2
p Batted for Jones In 111th
1 PITTSIWRCJ
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t Tjt 3b
jrccn 0
j > i n A
Beaumont cf i 2 3 J
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V J Clarke If l f i i S
f X Wagner as i
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V Bransfleld lb 1 I 14 o A
sobrinB rf i I I o o
I Hltchay 2b 0 1 2 4 0
1 Phelps o 22 Ii U 0
t Leever p j I 0 t U
Jl1 I Totals U 16 27 16 01
SCORE BY INNINUS
lL Pltts burg 1 0 0 0 0 II 2 2 fi11 I
I I jEvok1yn 1 0200000 i <
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t Earned runs PlttsburR 5 Urooklyn 3
17 Left on bases PItt burk 8 Urooklyn
9 8 TwtSbano hits Iloruon 2 Jordan
Threebase hits Lumley Stolen buses
McCormick Sacrifice hits Jordan 2
t FIrst bue on error Plttsburg 2 Flrt
base on balls Off Jones 4 off Leever
4 Struck out By Jones 3 Leever 4
Time 101 Umpire Johnston Attend
ance 7000 I
t WASHINGTON PARK BALL
GROUNDS BROOKLYN N T June
4The champion lburKs defeated
the Brooklynshere this aitern lon bYI
core of U to 4 Jones pitched a good
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HIGHLANDERS BEAT
OUT OfTROITS
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Made Three Runs in Ninth and
Cinched the GameChesbro
and Mullins Pitched Great
Ball
DETROIT
R H PC I
BarreL rf 0 I II U II
HobllHull Ho 0 2 I
Crawford rf 0 1 n u I
Carr Ih 0 o II I I
MlIntjro If 0 ii 4 0 t I
Urrmlnger 3t > 0 0 0 2 II
IJiiClow c U U J I II
Mullln p 1 1 J 0
Oleary as u 0 4 I
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Total 1 51i II
UI3lllANDiR8
Jt II PO g
Keeler rf 1 1 2 0 U
Ccinroy tn 1 2 3 3 U
Williams 2b o 2 2 t U
Anderson If U 0 1 u 0
tliinzul 1b1 0 2 14 I u
MKlnlre c 1 I 2 S u
Oatcen 3b 2 2 II f i
Phoney of II 0 S 0 u
Chesbru II o 2 U 2
Totals G 11 r IS 2
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Summary
Detroit 0 0000100 01
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 U 3 5
Kuriicd RnnsfDetrolt 1 Now York 6
Two flase Hits Mullln Ganel Chosbro
ThreeBase HILs Gunzel Osleen Saerl
HCII Hit Williams Base on Hallslly
Mullen 1 by Chesbro 1 First Base on
nrrorsDctroH 2 New York I Stolen
Bases Barret Keoler Williams Left
on Bases Detroit 3 New York 8 Struck
IUutBy Mullen 2 by Chesbro 1 Time
of OamcOnn lfI > ur and fiftyfive min
utes Umpire Messrs OLaughlln nnd
King Attendance 1000
Special to The Evening World
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STIRRING FINISHES IN
TWO GRAVESENO STAKES
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Song and Wine Beats The Britisher by
a Nose in Great American and Bryn
Mawr Wins the Broadway in Head
andHead Drive
The Great American and Broadway
Stakes were both won by favorite to
day Song and Wine won the Great
American at odds on and Bryn Mawr
was a 7 to 5 slot Both stakes were
productive of rousing finishes Song
and Wino Just beat Britisher u nose
and the chance are that If licks hail
not tone so wide with the Madden
colt at the head of the stretch Britisher
would have got home a winner
In the Broadway staked Bryn Mawr I
and Highball llnlshcd noses apart Both
were as badly ridden ns It Is poslble
for Jockeys to ride Highball was very
rank nnd had a lot of speed but Hlldo
brand presumably under orders yanked
him out of stride und bad him nil over
tho track
Uyin Muwr wall ridden Into a pocket
by Lyne This boy can llnd more
pockets than any boy on the race track
Of courso In was shut oft and had to
go around Ills liorseH lie joined them
ut the head of tho stituii and nn and
Highball fought It out to the end It
was a red hot drive und Ilyrii Mawr
noil simply on hlH courage an1 gum
flees If HlldPbrand hat gone on about i
his liualnesu he might have soit 1
Tho Greater Now York steeplechase
which was the oilier feature was won
b Itaggctl Cavalier after a close race
with Judge Phillips to the stretch Tile
trick was still a hit heavy Twonts
thousand prnplo aw the races run The
weather nls perfect
Critnil lllitktMl I Ii e Pfilxliin
Mamie VVoilh lei t to the post a hot
favorite In thu opening handicap for
mates Gold Money and Armenia wero
heavily backed place nnd show The
race rezUi ted In a red hot finish The
spectators hissed hue ileclnlon because
they believed that Mamlo Worth had
won rue llnlsh was very close Lady
Amelia cut nit n hot pace opening up
u KUJF of Ke < c ral lengthi on Armenia
wIll WIIM Koveral lengths In flout of the
Dtinch headed by Mitmli Sort They
ran lila xvnv to the stretch where luly I
i Amelia began to die Mamlo Worth and
Gold Money closed very fitat and a Jump
from the finish all three were on even
terms Gold Money got the decision by
a head from Mamie Worth who beat
Lady Amelia a neck
JtnJt1 Cnvnllvri Mrc > lcrlmae
Flying Virginian wn the favorite in
tlie second the Greater New York
Steeplechase but he lacked his usual
speed today and blundered at man
jumps He led however to the last
utile where The nagged Cavalier and
Judge 1WJIIps mOH d to the front to i
nether running on even terms to the
lat Jump Here The Rngrcd Cava
lier drew away and won oiiiUy by six
lengthe Judge Jillllpn was twenty
lengths In front of Flying Virginian I
Soiitr mill Wln n Great Amerlonn I
Song nnd Wine was a redhot favor
ito In the Great American Stakes and
he Just managed 10 get home lie bad
his speed and made the running to the
stretch with The Claimant second and
The Britisher third The latter medal
u wlda turn Into tho stretch and In the
lila home he closed rauldly on Song and
Wine Ho lust failed to Ri > t no Sonic
and Wine winning by a heiid Brltlahrr
was three lengths In front of Tlie
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Claimant
Ilr > n Mnivr VVIna
Hrvn Mawr was favorite In the Broad I
way but the fact that Iynu had the
mount rondo the bookmakers quote u
guncroim prlco against him Iyne got
him In Il pocket had to go to Ihn out
I side and barely got homo a none In
liont I Highball and Montreson were
tim pacemakers tn the stretch where
IJrx n Mawr who had been shut off on
the turn Joined them Illghlull and
llrvn Munr then drew away and In u
hard ililvo Ilryn Mawr won by II head
Highball was five lengths In front of
Polly Spanker
Mlinl > I ml ZUIIN Iflli
Brush ip made thtt running lo the
strotrh In Hie Iifth Here Sundy Andy
closed anti drew wry winning easily by
two length from Brush Ill who wa
four lengthH In front of Fireball
Sin ye nn Inny Winner
fituyve went Ui the front In the sixth
HOOM after the start mad nil the run
plug and won easily bv three lengths
Horn Sheriff Hell who closed strong and
bunt Silver Day Jhren lengths for the
nine Nlgrette wui nccond to the I
Ktreleh nnd then died nwny
RESULTS OF TODAYS GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
CINCINNATI AT NEW YORK
Cincinnati 0000 00000 l2
NewYork00000000l0i2
llntlvriti Harper uiul 1oltz Xlctlln
nlty and Warner
PITTSBURG AT BROOKLYN
Iiltibi 10000022 611
lirooilyii 102000001 4
lIutlCIhIeelr and helps Jones
ind Bergen
CHICAGO AT PHILADELPHIA
Chcajo 001002011 8
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 4
ISitlerlrH Iliowne it nil ONeill Me
PherKon nnd Dooln
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ST LOUIS AT BOSTON
St LouliO 0000020000 13 I
Boston 0001 1000000 02 1
Batteries Nichols nnd Bjers Wlllln I
nnd Ncedhnm
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING
ir i rr ir L re
ChclilloI11l uIMttsDnr IT B 411
Now Yorkaili uti4flruukIyn15 II 4IKJ
UlnoInnuti7 llT5liototiII I HTH
Ht JLoulB1818 SJOlhlluplilu UJ 171
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1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
NEW YORK AT DETROIT
i New York 000000203S
Detroit 00000 1 000 I I
Batteries Cheshro nnd McGulic Mul
len nnd Iluelow
BOSTON AT CLEVELAND
Hoilon 000003000
Cleveland 100100000 2
Batteries Tinnehlll a nil Iu ltd I
Moore and Ilemlii
1
WASHINGTON AT CHICAGO
Waihlnjicn 010000010 2
Chicago 0000000 I 00
1fllpIIfowIInll and Drill Valsh
and Siilllvnn
PHILADELPHIA AT ST LOUIS
PhiladelphIa 031000010 5
SL Louis 000020000 I
llntlerlps Plnnk and Powers GInde
and iCithoe
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING
ir a It II L IT
Boston 27 12 Chicago Si iH Mn
Clovclnnili 11 W8t JoIIlIllln III 41
New YorkIU IH ST Detroit U 21 41Ml
lhfJaphlal1 11 1104 WlIsblnlrn7211 IV
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EVENING WORLD RACE CHART
NINTH DAY AT GRAVESEND
The Evening World chart ara In dcd from flrst naM at Aqnednel
r1 FIRST HACK 11200 added handicap for man three yean old and upward about
112 furlong tart Rood Won Pf YlnlTTrack rood Time 111 1fl Winner
eh f by Goldcrnt Money Finder trJY II Jftmlnn
Index HortM Jockri Wt at t H Vt S 21QPn deL PI BhT
32 Gold MoneyiiIIdbrnd 10438 < H at 514t4 9 B 4 U 18
243 Mamie Worth Uumi lfl 5 3i tV 3Lt 344 V 1110 JI10 1il
213 Lady AmellaJI Phillip 112 3 1 1 11 1 SH 10 ao 8 4
lOT Lux Cst odom iz n 1 n 6 6 41 B in S 8B
Ml Sweet A11C B Walh 101 T 4 > 4 4 > S B S 15 13 ft S
Armenia Shaw 114 I 2 S 2 S 21 I > 51 4 I 3710
I 03 Athlina 11 Cochran OB 1 8 1 8 T Tuh SO 100 SO 12
111 Little Em J Martin KCI IIIJ a 515 IB 15 5 III
vooala4 uTJJon8r 4 it 94 lT I i B 30 Ion 4O3
Scratches Marjoram and He th rdown Onll1ItaWut Alls 1 Gold Money wu
beat nun from far behind and jutgt up In time LAr Amelia ttoppej very alt In
the la tftirfonr
Ot SECOND RACE The Greater New York ateohchaILendIesp for fotirylzoidu
u > end iipnraidi S2000 added about JH mllea Start good Won eMily Track rood
Time Bo1 Winner b ge by Tournament Inneradale Owner Mr Major
Index llnne < rockeT Wh1IhJ 4 1 1H 3 Fin OpenCloPI8b
i 23I The Rigged Cavalier Ray ISO 4 J > J 1I T Jt a 3 I Ia
Izn Judie rhllllp3J OConnor 1SN 3 n 0 > 2 > 2 2 2 52 41 111
I 121 Firing Vlrrlnlan Vtltrh 144 S It 1 t 4 3 au 811 TII 31
223 The irglnianflonthue ISS 1 3 A 3 4 4 20 10 3 1
K1 10 nidlry O Oreen 140 2 4 4 > Broke down II 0 a 61
210 Kumthaw T Wllwm 183 0 Tell SO 60 111 e
Scratohea Caller and Dilly nay Overweights = The Virginian i Kurmhaw 8 The
nagged CavlHer wee good today and won In hand after forainr pace all through the
LLlI Flying Virginian lacked hl tpeiid and blundered over hi lPI 1
f31lilfliItAeITb Great American HUkri for tworroM J2BOO added tlve
u rurloneii start rool Won Uric ng Tlmet02 SB Winner ch c by Gold I
ijiit n Vldgy cllq uot Owner N lienninton
I n3itiiE o jQCKeyB Wt S tjj3Thiopi Sb
UH Hung aim WlnON1II 122 I 1 I 114 I 35 110 35
I 1110 Ilrltlhr lllcki 115 I a 3 54 5 I 2 2 12 I
JOS The Claimant Shaw HA 3 2j 2i 3i 5 3 4 IU 81 3111
I 250 Amberjack Spencer bin 1 41 4 41 41 4tt r1 10 112
I 233 Juke Sander7 Martin 115 7 11 5 II II r loll 01 40 10
I 224 Tongonler I > ne 111 6 0 Ii 5 II 1 100 50 10 i
I 2oJ hell os riiPhMi 113 4 7i 7 7 7 7i 5fl 2131 g J
I 217 Jaekilaff 1I011lon llr II M 8 II 8 R 100 2iI 40 15
Scratchen Iji Relic Oatlen Richard 3r rortemouth Halt and Pepper Stimulant and
I VlaiUoitok Added Rlaner Ilelle Signora Bong and Wine Juit laiter nrltlihcr cloied
yer > itrung The Ciairnanttnueh the > best of trmothera
Il1OIitTIFItACETliP Uroad ay stake tor thre e ytroldi 13000 added milt and I
Ml ailxttenth Start good Won drlUnir Time J49 43 Wlnnr br c by Athe
II IlIlxlaK Wlr Ouner Qounhacre Stable
Index HOO Jockey Yh = tit J4 J = J4 = i Fin Opn Cloi pi ah
CKT IlrynMawr JJIie 114 1 t H JU 31 1 TB T5 12 I
21r highball lllld bran > I ID 1 2 Ij I1 1 > 2 > a 45 710
Z1 Uolly Spanker ONeill 111 1 4i 4i 41 41 3 > 111 115 12
124K Monlrenin Fuller 121 3 I1 Ii 8ft I 4 85 JJS 12
1M Orthoilox jiLu l w121 4 5 5 B II 23 4 1
ou >
ScrotrhNlPolIulon Wntan Tom Cod Pentaur and Flarnmula Ilryn Mawr wu
lailly rliljMi and Juat got up In time Highball showed a greatly Improved race Dolly
KiknJi rriaU no iiwl
nACB WOU added rllln for twooearodi ice
OISI FIKTJI lllnj turbots Start rood
iO Jl Won ridden out Time 103 Winner br g by m Andrew Venette Owner
A it Acts
ImlexTjloriV Jocl y Wt at U Vt J HTlnppenClo PI 8hr
241 Snndy And T he 15 1 2h 2 > 51 Si jit B T727i
341 llruh LII Hlllebnin tub I IJ j I1 I1 I t 2 I 4 11S I VS
2IH Hreball hums tOO 3 4I 41 3E 3 > n u 2 iB
171 Irajlnd J Jones 102 11 ith 114 31 114 4 > 1 T V2 85
147 Jerry f It Flatter 117 in 12 8 5 a as r > js n 4
2S Torchello Iynn lOT I II II 0 0 6 l 7 7 II S
211 Tyrolean Tracers IKJ s 7 7 7 7 7i IS 15 n 4
181 NiitaiWK Itockamore iCurl R4 2 II1 Itl i 8 8 h HI 15 n 1
211 VaiiarOlrl M Thompson mi 7 4 51 It II 1 AI vi 15 10
IT I aura II Phllllifl Ia i II II III 10 lei lo TO in 12 7
217 Chippie Thorpe t > OConnor till II 11 II II II II lib 2nd in 40
222 Mli Ho ant Vllrlen lOll in In 12 12 12 12 111 mm in > sn
ll > Slanll ONeill Iml 12 11 13 11 11 13 u it 52 tj
247 rimi T Nnland Rrlnhelmr llr1 11 14 14 14 14 14 Imi ion IIHI nn
llruililnn llrlxennn liSt HI Ir 11 11 is in 15 n 4
Uel Coroimda 11 Iochran 1111 I S HI HI Id HI in LSI ait 12 B
Tit Chanticleer Collln lUll IK IK IS IN IN 17 41 < vi 25 IS
222 llimlallcc 1 Vudn lie Ii IT 171T I7 IS 5 HJI 40 IS
< ver VlKht KlreluiJJ I Mlfi llryanl 1 rilirornfiij ChaiitlcltVr
or SIXTH RACn 1000 nMl lelllng for threejcnrold ami upward one and one I
iiliiFenlli mllen sinrt good Won eo lly Time LSI Winner h E by Hluy
winlKalli A 0wn r IH Uiuternun
Inrtrx Marie Jocke > vt Ht 14 vs j Fin Open CloVll 8h
I2l1l Stuyte Illldebrind IKi 9 T 1 10 ft l I < 7 fTo n4
214 1 Sheriff Itll Shaw I in H U 10 > fl II 315 j ss 15 ij
211 HlUcr Dn > 11 Vchran HH 4 A I 41 ri 11 31 o 40 it 7
214 Nlgrelle Travern 11 1 I 2 2 24 4 is in 4
I7il Klla Snviler II Ihllllin Jill 7 74 > j 41 1 55 4 4 n sv
2I < Monailnock I lone III II to 71 7 n IH 20 sn H I
211 IMKt Itrlnhfliurr tilt H III III Ii U II 7 > III I 2llO RO Ml
2111 llarrtoli W ltpnne ry III S H1 11 n 7 M 11 20 S 4
227 Tutu ad I OConnor tilt I 2 II 4 H in v > on ai I
2 sl Till lllHl II Fluhrr 101 111 I 2 12 III 111 i il lull 2l su IVI Iii
214 IMik IMatlfl Clannin KM 12 II II II II II HM inn 311 is
= Carroll I Jilrl < MiJi i 2 IJ in 12 12 12 411 ion iui I y
ScrntptiM Kinluirnumen Sir Uoche Jii7Ze Demon Alack Sluyve much ihe bTii
went to lh front at the eml of a lustier and galloped home Sheriff Bell slow to hell
rlod twnlr
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BONDAGE WINS BIG
WESTERfl STARE II
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IIAHIKM RACK TltXCK CIIUAtO
Juno Bondage at S to j oii too
Nntlonnl iMiidlcaji nt SlOt U hem tnnnv
Pondolurn WIIH second lit IS to 1 nnd
firegor K winner of hint years luri I
dlenp vn third nt S to I I
KII18T RACMSeven furlongHWon I
1
by Stroller 3 tn i mid I to 6 lleiin TeE
mondo 3 to 1 and I to 10 wit second
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I Sioux rhlef ir to 1 and 4 to I third
I Time 13l 25
I SHCONll RACKSIr furlongsWon
I by Kllln King 16 to l antI 4 lo I Hhn
wSnhl B to a nnd 7 to Ii wan second
Singing Mauler T5 10 1 mid 28 tp I third
I Time 1IS 35
FOLRTH IlACiOen mile won by
Ronfrleie I to I und 9 t a 10 Kuncnttrt
I I Oto 1 and to 5 wns econd Lord
Vndsworth 8 to 2 third Tlmu 147 25
KIFTH RACKKnur and n hull fur
11I11811111 IY inn MHI i to I nnu b
lo 5 Isoful lndy 7 101 and 3 to 1 wits
ceconir Pin ktrtn 13 to 2 und 2 to 2
third Tlm > OS7
I XVorJilu Flu I r > Icl lriiii Ivniiln
ItnllrimiJ
June 0 1Stwelai train itandirj ruachta
O > lbs round trip
Many Persons Are Injured in Great Crowd
That Stormed the Gates Three Ambu
lances Are Called and Police Reserves
Summoned from All East Side Stations
GATES CLOSED AND THOUSANDS
I KEPT OUT FOR LACK OF ROOM
Inside Available Was T ken r
Every Space TakenUp
Stands and Bleachers Were Jammed andrf <
Field Thronged So that Cincinnati Team1 j
Couldnt Get to Its Bench t
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9peclRMo The BvenlnarWorld
POLO GROUNDS June 4A scene unprecedented in the history
of baseball was presented this afternoon when thousands of men ai1cI 7
women fought tooth and nil for admission the Polo Grounds after < i
the limit of capacity had beenreached Three ambulancecalls were sent
in because of Injuries receives by persons in the tremendous crush C
Ten thousand clamoring fans were barred out because there was no
room for them Inside the grounds 45000 who had fought their way
to the gates found comfort for their bruises in the consciousness that they t
were not with the disappointed throng outside A
To make any show et all or costrolling tho cnrrd tc Captain ef Uss it
West One Hundred andFitlysecond Street Station bad to send downtown
for reserves from all the westside stations oftove and Including the Tender
loin There were reserves on hand from the West Thirtieth West Forty
Seventh West Sixtyeighth West One Hundredth West One Hundred and
Twentyanil and East One Hundred and Twentysixth Street Stations
While It was expected that there would bo a great attendance to ice Obe
Cincinnati nothing like the ruah that happened was anticipated The
police were simply overwhelmed Gigantic cop3wer ltossed about like pet
nuts In roaster <
CROWDS ARRIVE AT GATES JtZE
Hundreds had formed in neBt the gatesat noon althcmgh the gams
was not scheduled boginunUl 330 oclock By 1 oclock they were com s I
log at the rate of 100a minute toy 230 ocloctothoy were coming at the rate
of 1000 a minute rushing through IbemanygateSlike tho flood of water <
over Niagara x
The old bleachers far out in1eftflI ttattAarenotbeen opened for
many months were made ready for the crowd They wnnMUled two J
minutes After the stands and bleacliera weroiammed eoHhstevman draw
ing a hard breath In the front row conveyed wave thatflattenedanother 9
man against the wall away la the rear the Ctnclanatls were miaWato t
reach their bench and had to sitout Inthefleld > Io
THOUSANDS COULDNT GET IN
At 3 oclock Jt became necessary to close the gates Anyfurtb rinjBA >
of the crowd would have left no room for the player A8ftwaathedeiIII t
almoet to the lines of the diamond
throng surged in AJ8tOUDdro1e f
two bases for a hit into the crowd was adopted
When the game was called the police were working TaUrnU1torGlllri
the field but a postponement was neceesary Not until 3J > 0 ocloaIcl t
the Immense audience in the field so pushed back as to allow the plsyarsm
chance to get Into action i
When tho gates were closed onthe per8JIlrlngtbDuaandaetlDtoetllNeX
roar of dlsappontment went up and was heard to HlgttbrWge
scaled the tall fences Indifferent to the frantic commands otthbewlll
policemen Flying wedges were formed and directed at Utetfclretwlnoowsl
and turnstiles and policemen were knocked off their feet
Out In Eighth avenue the crowd extended down the IItreetforb1ooB
Those on the outskirts unable to understand the cause of the blockada
tried to force their way through and fights were frequent Many wow
fainted and were carried out of the crowd with difficulty
DEADHEAD HILL WAS PACKED
The viaduct and also Coogans Bluff were jammed and sconfl
of venturecome boys and men climbed on the L structure and re
fused to be driven down The cheers of the 45000 inside at brilliant play
were deafening It was the greatest crowd that ever saw a ball games i
crowd larger than that which attended the running of the Brooklyn Handicap
L
cap at Gravesend a few days ago i
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GIANTS AND REDS TIED IN
I ELEVENTH GAME IS CALLED J
I The fled and GIants played an eleven
inning game today lich side scored
two runs and It was one of the most
exciting contests ever wllne ser Iron
Man McGlnnlty pitched in grand style
for the New Yorks but Harper was
u genuine punier on the slab for the
Cincinnati outfit Ip to the ninth In
ning not a slglo safe hit had been made
off Harpers speedy flings
The game was called on account of
d < rkne s at the end of the eleventh
Innlnc
First Inning
I HuKglus waited nnd was awarded
with a JUIPS Donlin laced a single to
Ml Unhlens skilful handling of War
ner H perfect throw caught Hugglns off
second ICelluy short fly fell safely In
right centre und lionlln made third
Seymours welt bounded over Duhlen
hiul for u baSe and Donlin scored the
nisi run Uavlln got Dolan welt to
Gilbert In time to force out Seymour
hubert squeezed Corcoran pop ONK
lfV
Brownes pop wa cinched by Kfllcy
Uuvlln drove a hot grounder to Hug
Conllnued on Second Page
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CINCJNNATI JIll
R nPOAE >
Ill Ign Sb 0 0 1 7 0
Donlin rC 1 Z 0 0
Kciicy lb 0 1 19 0 c
Hlmour cC ni
1 4 0
Iolan If 0 3 10
Corcoran vs 0 0 I 11
oOflrllrt 3b Of 1 Q t oJ
Pellr c 01 03 to
Hnrper p 0 0 0 3 0 Ii
Totals 5 8 33 16 1
NEW YORK f
YORKR HPO E
Browne rC 0 0 2 100 jr
DUn 3b 2 2 1 O
lcOann Ib 0 1 13 OlJiu
Presttahtun cf 0 0 0 04h1
herteuu If 0 0 t O80l
IInhlen en 0 0 I 41 0 4i i
Gilbert 2ti II 0 4 4 1 ti
flrller c 0 0 8 4 0 V
lcall1l1lt p 0 n 02 11
Total 2 s > a 13 i
BCORI DY lNINoa
Cincinnati 100000 00 nOl
New York i000000010023 h y
r itItt nuse on onus by iicuinnlty J
by Harper b atrucK out My ilcum f
nitv 2 by harper 8TWO Date hit Ui 4
Dovlin sacrince mtsUerte ICelwy Jh
McGann Stolen bases Dahlen Merle V
Corcoran Double plnr Ollbert ansS 111ffi
McOnnn Wild pltrhep by Harper urn ii i
plroMr ODay Time of Kam4M
Attcndnce 40000 > f
r > a
i l
f J

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