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I elYi yw v 1P REPORTS jirS > lrii TODA Y8 RACING AND BASEBAL14iik
WHATHHB liotr n toalAbt 111047 VETIliHMioTer tnnliclit nuil Tuesday
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BASEBALL EVENING EDITION FINAL
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COMPLETE BASEBALL and SPORTING
RACING SPORTS 1 l j RESULTS EDITION
l Circulation Books Open to All I I II Circulation Books Open to All n I ft t
I PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK MONDAY jrNE i 1904 PRICE ONE CENT i
NAN PATTERSUN NOW
SEEKS HER FREEDOM
BYHA8EAS CURPUS
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I Fbflowing Announcement that District
Attorney Jerome Would Object to
Her Release on Bail Woman in Cab
Shooting Mystery Demands Writ
Friends of Caesar Young the Victim
Say They Will Prove He Never Car
ried a Revolver and that IJe Could
Not Have Shot Himself
Henry W Unger and Daniel OReilly secured a writ of habeas
corpus for Nan Patterson from Justice Clarke in the Supreme Court this
afternoon commanding the Warden of the Tombs to produce her before
him at 1030 tomorrow morning
i J Mr Unger contends that the only order of commitment is by Cor
6 oner Brown to the Tombs pending an inquest into the death of Caesar
f Young upon the affidavit of Officer Junior that he suspected her of
I rf being criminally involved in the death of Young
Messrs Unger and OReilly also secured a writ of certiorari to review
II rfi the proceed gs before Coroner Brown at the same hour by Justice
i Clarke
NEW EVIDENCE ALLEGED
I Incident to the postponement today of the inquest into the death
I of Frank Thomas Young the rich racetrack bookmaker known as
I Caesar Young who wasshoTandkilled while riding in a hansom cab
with Nan Patterson the Florodbra sextet girl known as Nan
Randolph it was annoUnc ithattry iDistrictAUorneys office was in
possession of much additional andvaluable evidence which would make
the postponement advisable
t I
Vlillc tile woinniia lion Jiwore fixed nt XSOUO nud ilie Trn locked
In n cell iTliIUsliei connael nuarrled around for It DistrictAttorney
Jcriinip IT hobn the authority to reject an > bnitUamnn Without caniif
aid Hint he rronld not consent to her llliernlloii an anr amount of bait
The new evidence held by theDistrictAttorney comprises depositions
by William Luse and B S McKean brothersinlaw ottho dead man Luao
has made affidavit that when Young went out late Friday night to meet
Miss Patterson he said to him
I WANT JSltrTO COME WITH IE IM CERTAIN THAT SHES
GOINGtO TRY TPKILLME 1 JVANT YOU COMBALONG IN CASE
ANYTHING HAPPENS SHE HAS MOST VALUABLE LETTERS OP
I MINE ANDI MUST GET THEM
Ho did pot get them that night and that accounts for their meeting tho
morning he vmet dentfi In the cab
The deposition mado by MckAm relates number of times when ho
in i sajjs i Xnn1 Patterson threatened Young
Mrs Yjoung dio ldow Is at the JIcKean home prostrated and under
the care dfphysicians T e UlstrlctrAttbrney nhnounc that she will be a
most important witness tolling ol h rhusiithds relations with the woman
IN CORON 8RS OFFICE AN HOUR
Mlsa Patterson wan Brought over from the Tombs shortly before 1
ioclbck and remained for about n tinarterof an hour In Coroner Browns
private office while a stuffy courtloom fttllof people anxiously awaited the
first glimpse of her When she entered there was acraning of necks and a
buzz of conversation as the curious commented on her appearance
If anybody expected tbsoe In the slrl aBeautiful or a fashionably
dressed woman they iworodisappointed The womans attire was BO plain
that It looked l as though she had deliberately made herself OA unattractive
as poesible for reasons of her own She wore a gray checked skirt of cloth
t and a shirtwaist that fitted her none too well Her hat was black and the
I rIm stqod out several Inches from her face From It bung a black veil
which dW not conceal her features In the least The girl is far from hand
J
I Continued on Second Page
RESULTS OF TODAYS GAMEs
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NATIONALLEAGUE
P1TT6BURQ AT liftrW YORK
o Plttiburg fo tr IO 00 2
Nevrlforki y6TtO0Z 15
ttee UI rl 1 Plelps o thow
onjandB6w nnanii
If I CHICAGttiT8ROOKLVN
t o Vi QQ 00 OO2Z
fB nyvpi3pb2 > p 00 5
I BaUerles vyslmerJajid ONclll Cronin
III
sTtoL sAT RHLADELPHIA J
SLliw 0 0 0 0200 31 6
PhH 4 lphU i JpiOO 05 M
BntUrlea Oorbott and Zearfose Dua
1II1b1 kftclpooln
I
I JI NNAITI AT BOSTON
of Jdll 05 3 9 22 0 0 02i9
I ee QOXOI 7j
EUlottand PoItaWIIbllIm
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NAT ff AL Ll AQUE STANDING i
vr Ar irrd
NtI ptlrtJJ 8 e l > UUDwr aai Ut
ChlcilarIO1 M4 RreoklrJJIJ1M
Ch iIu c1IIi t I
1I UIoM II
> W 1 t I F tJ
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
NEVV YORK ATCLEVELAND
NcwYorkOOOO 10000 1
CltvtUnd l 00 20 002 5
BaWerim HugliM and McGuire
Bernhard and Abbott
BOSTON AT DETROIT
Boiton 0 o 20 0 I 0 0 0 3
Detroit 000 0 0 0 0 00 0
anWJJar011 < ndCr < rir Killian
n4Wood
PHILADELPHIA AT CHICAGO
FhiMclphtap 0 0j0 4 11 0 0 < i
Chl < ab fOO 6 0 00 3 00 3
Datt rt llWG1ellIu1d Ocneck AH
rok andM I
1W B NGT hi 8T LOUIS
V ihbijt i 0 l > o 0 02 0 00 3
t pp00023ip 5
frdno t r pinij Drtllj r feltjr and
AM LEAGUE 8TANDINOfa
rr Iil j fa
1 h1a Ol1loa JB IB us
Lout lBl
JI1orJcTJ B4f
1 1 IIr UN I
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4 it ix
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W I t
I GIANTS BATTERY IN TODAYS GAME
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l M6 w 11 I
BROOKLYNS PUSH
CHICAGOS DOWN
Visitors Could Do Little with
Big Jack Cronins Curves and
as a Result They Now Oc
cupy Second Place in Race
nROOKLYNJj
ltr
L R lt0A E
Bheckarct If t 10 fvv 0
ijiimiey of i i 30
Dobbs cf 02 2 00
Jacklltsch Ib 0 2 11 10
Jordan 2H 0031 0
Babb s I 1 1 4 0
McCormick Sb I 2 I I 0
Bergen c II 1 2 1 0 i
Cronin p 0 K 1 4 0
I 1
7 U 27 Uu
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CHICAGO
CHICAGOR
R H PO A E
Smith cf i i 1 0 0
Casey 3b 1 1 0 0
Chance ib o a is o a
Sloglo If 0 0 0 0
Jon s rf 0 0 1 0 0
Evera 2b 0 0 0 10 0
ONeill c 0 0 6 2 0
Tinker s 001 10
Welmer p 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 2 C 24 II o
Mviire lir Innlnarn
Chicago 00000000 22
Brooklyn 03002000 5
IdarnedRui s Chicago 1 Brpoklyn
Left on tJu Chicago 4 Brooklyn 0
TwoBase Hits Dobbs Casey Stolen
Bases Casey Chance IJabb Double
Play MoCormlck and Bergen Sacrifice
Hits Sheckard Jordan First Base on
Balls Ort Cronin 3 Struck UIUy
Weimar 5 Pissed BallONeill 1
Time 143 Umpire Zlmmer
1I1 < 1al to ThoEOnln < < World
WASHINGTON PAHK BROOKLYN
N Y Juno Ned lUrilonH Trolley
I
Dodger played marvellous came here
this afternoon agalnat the Chicago
and beat tlioanln the easiest offashion
by a score of D to 2 Bib Jack Croiiln
pitched the bet pme of his career fie
allowed the vlotor only five iMvfe lilts
W lmer who twirled for theChlcagos
wa hit hnrd by Ilfinlona men They
amoAhed hia bender for eleven safp
hit Little Mike WcCortnlck p layed
a good Ramo nuiklnc a great double
play In the Aral Inning with three men
on bara Ho also made two safe hits I
Flrat Innlnn I
Broadway Alec Smtli drew n bnsc
nbo111but wan forced at second on
Caseys bounder to Jordan Casey made
a pretty steal > t4CfPI1 by Aaldei
Chancowulked < 81aKle jilt safely tp tho
Infl ld nlllniftrte 1nsea Jpnf enta
botmdsr to MsfTormlcU wlio etowea on
third orplujf Chance and by a quick
Continued oriT Secdndilaitei
EASTERN LEAGUE
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PROVIDENCE AT JERSEY CITY
n IT E
Providence T n l 0O o loo 12 7 4
lerwy City OO 11 40o 013 S
Ilatterlci Hooker and Bevllle Rnson
and CarrUcli
BALTIMORE AT NEWARK
n uE
BaJtlmor G 0 ° ° 00 00 OI Ja o
Siwarkr onono 10 o o l 7 a
Batteries Miisrn and Robinson Clay
and Bhca
TORONTO AT BUffTALpn
n H E
Ioronlo i i 111 100 0 02 D4 II a
llurfalo op 0 50 11 O 7 7 It 1
Bhtterlos Mills nnd Fuller Kissinger
and MvAlllster < f
MpNTREVL AT ROCHESTER
Game postponed on oeoount of rain
EASTERN i LEAGUE STANDING
Won ot Pc
i 20 11 1711
mo 8 Ii 033
ereClt 111 12 1113
111 1131
in 1 J8 It 81
l4e11Ct lj 18 tlll
t Ir > T1 l 11
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PLUNGER YEAGER WINS
FORTUNE ON TWO RACES
Backed Mimosa Heavily and Cleared Up More
on Dainty Ring Flooded with 100 Coun
terfeits Waterboy and Hamburg Belle
Out of Suburban
Though the public got n roush deal I I
from tH stewards In th opening event
itt Grnvesend this afternopn they thor
oughly i > nj > yod the sport The rough
deal was an order from the ulrwnrdt
for Unmasked to run without blinker
U was tlu opinion of Starter Fltxgrnilil
Hint UnmnsKed would do ns well If not
better without blinkers thnn with them
The public know iiothlnR about this and
went on placing Unmasked
Of course the horse ran nnwhore
near Ills form and was badly bcntcn
After the race Trainer Weir wns In
formed that Unmasked could weur
blinkers hereafter
The experiment with Unmasked fa
I vored lupger Joe Y eager for he
hacked his flliv Mimosa off the boards
She opened at 6 to la1d < was played
ioS tb 1 Tenser Is reported to have
won 4t 000 on his fliltfi vlptpry He
also cleared Up on the victory of Dainty
In the flfth race
The Bedford 8tok s was the feature
of the nftcrnnon It resulted In n vic
tory for iTznraphlne n redhot favorite
She wns breezing to the last furlong
where Gold Ten with Hllilebraml up
closed PO MronK that hync hnd to drive
hard to win with the Iaget nlly
Ort Well redeemed himself In the
third race by beating Mercury and dra
rlallo In vejy fast time Tbo attend
ance wall very lurga and the weather
excessively warm
Counterfeit S1OO mil In ninnr
The bottlnff ring woa noodexl with
counterfeit 1100 bills on Satunloy The
bills are pronounced beauties The only
difference between the genuln and the
sputiuus I that luV i DU1IIlS bill In
jllglilly pinker on the backrof the bill
an < l tho vjfrrotte on th front Is slightly
blurrtd Tho counterfeit Is marked Se
ries c c 4 n
Thore ifc imt in ntomj f truthIn UJI
atory of the nUsaln track prices It
van diMiletl sevviul days ago and was
Continued on Second Page
iVENING WORLD RACE CHART
TENTH DAY GRAVESEND
Tti CTenlnK Worlds charts are Inilcxeil from first race at Aqncduet
F n d r tfint ld at > utbIui
267 I e l ib vl ruP r
ErC cJS u
Inllox Ion J rkty WI Sl 1ln9p n CloI cJj
IT A hL lI
m fiinNII1 I I 1 g
Of mrlr nev Gllnnon Inl f I 21 2 2 U III It 4 2
237 t4I1an Jurnl 100 12 I X 31 fl 3 j 111 joJ
21D Julia II I 11 11 II II ro H III n I
m rg f I E r C I n I g t I
d 1 N don i lY J1 1r1 I g 1 1
100 Vanrv J Jon 112 101 111 III III 111 IOU 2110 dll III
23 11reJ alr lIullmanlld a 111 tI 11 11 t 10 z a t
1 < Xl 1Iell CochnI 7 J 12 IfLJOIOO r
Scratched Turouolie niuf 8 in Crnlr Uaunle Hold Witchcraft Knr IVuper
Klulin Heymour Judce Denton
Mlnw a hail the sured and won with a bit to pare Kmtntencr tan an proved
r eo d UP I < IOr IUnd
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HHCONU IlACn SLUM Ildded itecclcchue for fourvesrnloi and upwnl about
OJ1o two miles Btart ood Won drlvlnu Time IIH Winner ch by tinuid
011h1ll1l Ownrr II IIJ VM
I JOcl WI I J J HFlnI1Jlo JIh
174 0 nllt O rtln IH II JIll I J JI 81 1
174 Dick Itolierti Ilemhard IKil I 1 I I III HII
Ml IlylniT Huttrew liayion 144 u 41 U n I I H D 71
lledpath Veltth HK 7 rl 1 r 83 a1I 41 t
2l Whlnerav Il vl54 2 < f f II 1 II GI
210 Iluck l3de O W > on 141 n throw riller pro III I
I 2C2 Kumnhaw T Wllsu iu I H rrfutt 12 ft
Dorett i J Killfv 141 a 7i > rtud 12 i
NL = HQI L li r fiuM 2 G 2 21
cVat ched Dartman Whlttirett Gartar JuOilh Cnnl blI
Jranapa raur urm Dick nolxrtu can ln hItOl Weak rid on hla KlUnr
JliitWM ran a good rac >
o THiniJ RACEaIOOO add li f of thro vrs rold mil and VMilr y jl Start
l B6odVon rlddan out Time 141 It fli Vlnnrr rh c bv IClna Krfc Ta Ov r
O wn cr rJAj JJrak
Jii Jifu = iockir wt T fi = ttlnnr75penTcIca pT Sh i
sSriJorrwiUiT ONBlI lin V 1 li jfl TlolT2n i8
12S Mmury i > J JonM 1 > T 1 i Ji J fi 4 4 i iji
UJ Oratlalio I lIUdbrend 110 4n llts a s a 5 Tlo i
2B1 Thefloiithornrrfil Plillllpa lln 4it o n o 4 is so in 3
fig 1
SOOlltaDld mrI J II it 4 4 4 tu 7iti njn l t i
Fltxlon I t ild It S1 g l I
m Handful it Pllled up iiw
IS gonoma ntllfj r2 rL J 0 j 11111J M
P < ratch iTJ 1lIYn Doll llunihv anti ilucklra OvrrweUlit S nonia nellr I
t cf2J1FJI Jrfjtt atTth end Mj rrJr J 9r < r9itJtlIl < ilI >
o7jrimnTH nACETht lleUfora SIn fte for I wo rearolds II VX added live fur
270 unST1 Btartfslr Won drlvlnc Time 101 43 Winner ch f py Rubjcon
Puiiphlnjt O
lnM 110 X wt n stj Yo V rin 2po
2141 f arapnine iv 1 > h610I1 j I Jll A IV I Ot MO 1i
1171 Ootd Ten Hlldehrant TO II I 1 a Il 21 2 I
lVJled Friar J Martin IOJ 7 II i r II JI 5 IIi n 2
snt AUitln Allen Hum 107 1 21 fl V II H I s 710
117 Carrie JonvoO > J Jon 01 3n II 3 1 0 s 4
140 lllihrn 11 Cothran IfO n II n n II 0 III VI n nz
flndsav Gordon < VNeH 112 H 7 7 7 7 7b II i ft n2
lw Ka WaUnlix 4 AJ iUt inu 11 prt 23
lcrtttcne Trapn Hamburger lUUe o f etrntket Holv Polv andMay M winner
yjTVnrrM tojjHy to JL 6ffOold Ten It1rrjar fjnijjjirKJ 1 =
tvyi PIFTHiiACB 11200 added handicap for threeyearold and up one nlil and ii
5471 miteenth Start fair TVoti liamllljr Time 14fl IS Winner ch f ny Oo Jen
< uurter R l > a1 Owner Wn 2 iintn
liuiM = ilort fttfyyff fl 81n W K 1 1 ci ri sh
uo n Jtv v yOfreiJ 5S n T lI SI SI II I 711 8A
24 > 1 WildThvmo J Marllno i A t I SIi1 2 4 II Pl 7ini
nlIfIM102 4 A 1 01 1 II 10
21 < 1 Dmon 1 1 > II ft
zrot nsmlh u I 41 41 4 4t I 80 IW an jn
J conluror JI raon IO < 1 in n n 7 II > II I 2 11
JlIfthIn4r Trav 1114 < 1 T 7 7 > II inn Vi Hio
12 tJu < orKndjlln Fhlllll III 2 114 1 fill ftl 113 8A sn 3tn
AOYIM 1J T v inn in u N > K K 8 a IIHI 100 in JO
232 rolon alr D or < nrlL H fl n n 0 0 15 J1
ficratihrii Major nlnrtlI1 nuttonn Jalmbar < 5o II twMn Athl ron and
I > rlDainty0clan atrayTf fftV nlxitnith D iv leand liiwid In nukt of Ktndal ran far be
low hit flrjTV amqn ttd ulfnj w Ht ggl mi t
ti ci fUXTI HACn iniob added for mal < l n fllllts tT ynrf old flv tuftonin
ii75i mart irood Won oanlly TJmolf I Winner h f bvHlr Dlron Llr Way
wnnl Owner B 8 Iirpwn
= J0rsllt jr Flii7
1 ILJIIT 2 < uI lllrLmh
JSS Wayward IA ItllOn lOll 3 I I I I II I II 1
23A DImond rluh JlbW II I 8 t 2 II 1 12 I
= Siffi ilirS n 2 SO II 81 110
111m 101 12 II 0 II fl fJ 11 0 12
i Dane cUI c Dum i 10 II II 7 II ft < 1 40 12 II
21 > 4 li nv HliS 1 II II II I N n II
2f7 Oallr rlm I 100 7 > 1 7 oil M 12 I
25411 I lJaIcr 11111 III 4 I 1 a 1 III 1 I
i IA
Awwienlna i5VliniVlirand 100 I 11 111 10 U II 11
H3 iwrothr ar yiTT JPhlCto loo 1 0 0 10 In II J
70 Ootowlit > lit Cochran JOB n 101U 11 1111 1 T 12
J4T OuJAr i Tn v r 1HO 4 mL tt J J
gcntehi tmiiro ltos co or THwn Chmltl and Jennie UcOabe
a rrln fitril atb WWDIamond nu h Iuit > b a4 Mlrthltas In I
lirt lumn t i >
t1 1 rt f tf J f
n f t
CUVELANDS
HIGHLANDfRS 1
a
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Lajoies Team Plays a Good
Game Behind Bernhard
Whose Curves Had Griffiths
Men Guessing
CLEVELAND
CLEVELANDH
H H PO A R
nay cf t Ii 11
Lush If 1 1 J 0 t
Bradley t 1 2 2 4 0
1njuIe u l 2 2 2 0
flick rf 1 1 2 0 0
Hlckman 2b 0 1 0 4 II
Schwartz Ib 0 0 14 o 0
Abbott c o 0 A i 0
Bernhaiil p o Io J I
Totals > 1 1 7 57 15 1
HIOHLANbEtlS
n 11 IOA E
Keel r rf I 0 0 I o o
Conroy us I fl S J o
Wllllftms Jb fJ I 4 3 0
i Andrraoii of 0 O 1 0
umiipl Hi o 2 s i o
atoauire c 1 5 0
vOsfwen3b 1 1 l 2 o
l1qnfYdI 0 I 1 0 0
Hughes P 0 I 0 I 1
I 13 1
fvorr b Innlnni
Nw ork UOOOIOOO 0 1
Clc ind I I 0 0 0 0 t 4
Earned HunsNew York 1 Cleveland
1lrst Ban on Krrors Cleveland 1
UrnIIlIY Twoflul U11sUlrkmnn JluChCl
hrleBlB lItBOleln ac
rlflce HltsLusli 1nelllStoIM
DDelJole Double PlayConroy
William und Oanzel First Base on
BallsOff Hushiw 2 Hit by Pitched
lUIIDy Huslias l bv Bernhard I 1
Jn ni llnscv Clovelind 4 New York
i1Rlruck OutIJy Bernhnrd S by
lluitlies 4 Time of Cki > On hour
and Ihlrtynve minutes IlnpIresSher
Idun und Carpenter Attendance
I
CIBVniAND Juiif 6boilt fOU
rrsoiis sow Hie pajnc lietw on tint
hlKhlAniirni and the looil nlnn today
First Inuliiir
Iveeler out Lnjole to Scliwartz Con
10 Canlltd Jlradll ot Wllllall1l1s
foul NO HUNS
Uay wlllkld IuBh ari onIJUlfhl1I
CUmb11 f hi 111111I Bradle fureld
lu8h II11zI1 to Wllllamll 1Imtlle 0111
l a II II R JIIcGulr to lIl1anlll 10 Con
roy Uirrys s In If lc core d Hav larr
OUI niirHf o Mc0ul to lIl1am
ONE RtN
Srrolid Iiiiiliir
And raon llid to Flick Uanz
IInlflld Mcaulrc oiit Hlckmnn to
Hchwurtz O ton t > trish l tho some
way NO niXH
Pllclcbeal a liill hut Hlekman forced
him UtiKhes f Tonrov Bchwartz
hit Into a douli i nliiy Conroy to ym
Ams to Uanzc NO 1 tNfI
Tlilrl lunlnr
i t
BernUards throw bentThoney llUKhsn
iloublcU Bradley touched out Hughes on
J < Tlcr erounU r Abbott threw out
Ooliroy NO HUNS
Abbott fanned ro did Bernhard Bay
out Cpnroy to Oanzel NO HUNS
Fourth InuliiB
Williams tingled Anderson lied to
Lush and Ounzoli to Flick Vtlltams
out stealing Abbott to Larry NO
RUNS
hush lined to Conroy Bradlsy safe
on Osterns error I nrry forced him
Osteen to Wllllums lnjole stole Kllck
walked Hlckman doubled scoring Lu
Jole and Flick 8chwartz out Williams
to Oanrel TWO RUNS
IMftlilnnlnB
McGuire filed to Buy Osteen triclod
uast tho score board Thoneys rx u
slllrled scored Ostevn larrY iyt f
Uirow put Thoney on tbjrd and lIUIOf
on secon On the nttr < sea v round
er Kcfler strucK nut Conroy out
Bernhard to ainiel ONB HUN
Abbott HOI u pn < Dernhnrdn hunt
wns a hit Bay fanned Lu h popped
tn Ostfen Brndley filed 10 Anderson i
NO RlNB
Blxlh1iinlnR
Larry to Schwartz was Wllllamss
fair Brads throw fixed Anderson
OnnzM slnnlfd McQIure ditto Qsticn
out Ulckman to ScrcjiiHz NO nUNS
Lulole fjled to Anderson Flick to
Ktrinr nnd HlcKtnan o Thonsy NO
HUNB
Hevrulli Innliiir
Thniidy out on HvnilmrdH ihiow
HuKhes fnnnod IHckV tossed out
Keeler XO HtNB
Schwartz oul Conroy to Oanzel Ab
bott filed In Oonroy Bornhnrd fun
nfld NO HUNS
BlKliOi lunlnir
Conroy out Brad to SchwarU Wil
liams nted toLuili Andrrson tiled tu
UlJolp NO RUNB
Bay hit by pitched ball lAish duu
fcled but Bay wsm out ut pUite Ajidcr
1ii J j
GIANTS BEAT PIRATES
1 TO 2 ANDARENUW
IN THE LEAD AGAIN
Roscoe Miller Knocked Out of Box in
Batting Rally During Which Brej3
nahan Hits for the Circuit Twiceanqj
j i
b
Gilbert Once is
> ri
Long Hits by McGraws Men a Feature i >
1
fiS
of the Game Mertes Getting a Triple
and a Double and Browne TW i
TwoBaggers t i i y
0
NEW YORK
YORKIt
It II PO A r
Bremahan cf ft Ib 3 3 < 0 0
Browne rf 4 0 0
Dovlm Jo o 1 1 1 n
McUaryi Ib 20200
Dunn ct 0 1 0 0 o
Mertes If 2 2 S 0 o
Dhlen s 2 1 2 3 0
Ollberfr Ib l 3 1 r l
llowerman c 1 0 7 0 0
MaUicwson p 1
CnmnlU p 0 0 1 3 f
Totals 15 is 27 K 1
PITTSBURGR
R If PO A E
eflch 3b o 0 21 1
Beaumont cf 1 2 1 0 0
Clarke If n l o o 0
Wagner ss 1 2 1 1 0
Bransfleldlb 0 I II I
Sebrlng rf n 1 J s c
Ritchie 2b 0 0 0 1
Phelps c 0 0 3 1 0
Smith a 0 6 0 I
Miller p 0 0 0 3 0
Cammltz p o Q 1 2 0
29 Zt 15 i
SCOR3 BY rNNINGS
Pltliiburjr ii 0 10001000
New York S 0 6 1 1 0 2 0 xlt
Base on IlallsOff Wlltse 1 Miller 1
Canmltt I Struck Out Bv Mathew
on 3 by Wlltse 2 by MHIer 1 by
Camnlti R Ifnme lUmsBresnahaii
2 GllbeH 1 ThreeBase HltsMertes
TwoBft Hits Browne 2 Mertes all
l > ert Bransfleld Saerlflce Hit Dunn
Stolen Bate Waener McGunn Dah
len Doublj PA yn Wlltse Frfiln and
Bresnahnn Hit by Pitched Ball By
Mllltr 1 Time ot Game two hours
Umpires ODay and Kmslle
I Speed to TJi Crtnlniir World
POIO OROUNns Jun fiTheGUnt
fe the champions a crushing defeat
for n welcome to the Polo Grounds on
their 1rl trip this season The score
was IS to 2 The slugging of the locals
hi the early Innings at the expense 01
their old pal Riscn < > Miller was sorat
thine like old tlnies
Hreiinnhaii rrnrjitd out two homr
run anil Gilbert aloo made n fnur
> acUer HaJ not Clarke retired poor
Miller nt the close of ihe thlnl InnUifi
there It iii tiling iow many tallies the
Plants might have piled up jisralnM
Ihnni The Giants victory nnd the
tlrfcut of tin Chlcngus by the Brook
lyns put McQniwH leam In flmt place
Iflr IUIIIIA
Merto captured Lcaclis long ascen
sion Devlin plncliM Beaumonts aMY
liner Clarke whanc a grounder io
Gilbert and pert iird at JlrHt NO
WJNH
Bresnalian < lecrlHid Ihe crowd with
a terrific home run drlvo to the runtm
in the lef centre as a starter Browne
followed with a craiik over flril base
bag for halt of the circuit Devlir was
lilt by n pitched ball McGanni effort
to bunt T sacrifice resulted In a low
liner to Leaoh Mertes slammed one
over third for two bases and lrown
feoreil Dahltn lilt sharply lu Miller
and Devlin was fun down between third
and iiorne Da him madesecond on the
out Gilbert drove the horsehldo Into
HIP right field bleachers And walked
around the circuit Merle and Dahlen
scoring Ahead of him Waener tnrew
oui Bowerman t first FIVE RUNS
ftrrond Innlna
Wagntr beat out a fine top by Devlin
Krunnnelds soarer wus a cinch for
Uresnahan Wagnnr made a Prjtli
stem ot scvond Sebrlng lined one to
right for H sack and Wagner came
home Rltchey grounded tu Gilbert and
Hebrliig was forced at second Phelji
iiiccumbed to Mattys twlrlers ONE
Mathew on was retired on strikes I
Bresnahan waa easy on a hit toward
Miller Browne sent one to rltht Held
hat he tried to get three bases on but
Bebrlnss fine throw to Leach caught
hIm In a cote decision NO RUNS
Third Iliiilnc
Slllltr struck out Gilbert captured
Leach short fiv after a long run
klnttv nulled down Beaumonts pop fly
NDvUnN Wtl riured by Millar and
tiransneld on a bunt McOunn wni
safe at tlrst on Bransflelds fumble of
U rounder McOann did saely into
second on u steal Mortes lined one
over the left field fence and made three
bIUICP McGann scoring Dahten singled
and Mertrs dime home Dahlen pur
nlne l the second sack Gilbert bunted
and Phelps throw him out now rmnn
rwelved a life on Leachs fumble and
Jnhlon Moored Mutty dnglnl to een
re field Bresnalian drove one under
on to Osteen In McQulre Bradley
doubled corinir LuHh Ijjtole singled
ncorlnit Bradley Kllck fouled to Can
reli Hlckmnn fouled to Conroy TWO
RlNS
Mn h Inntnir
Uansel nut Bradley to BchWi rU lc
Outre fanned p te U t > tb pl
Iran Th n y out Jlrad ta Hch
Bresnaban Who Hit
for a Homer Twice
inToDaya Ball Game
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the ropes In left centre and made th lJ
circuit scoring Bowerman and Mathwr <
son uhmd of lilm DresnaJinna homerj
was the longest ever made on the
grounds the bill rolling acres the I
driveway Browne walked Devlin
foule to Pheltw SIX RUNS
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Fourth IniUuir
I Gilberts fumble rave Clarke life j
Wagner Itled to Mertes BraMOelcil
famir J out Dolilen captured Sebring
apparent safety NO HUNS
Camnltz relieved Miller in the box for
the rittsbiirxs and Smith took Phelpar
nliice behind the bat McQann walked
Mertes nied to SebrlnR McGann stol
second nnd mmle third on Smiths wile
throw Dahlen strirck out Gilbert
doubled over third base worinit Mo
nnnn Ueach threw out Bowerman
ONK RUN
Fifth Inntnir i
Rltchey died on a crounderjio Gilbert1
Fmith sinKlid to Itft garden Camnlt 4
died on strikes Leach erownded to Dah J
l n und Smith was forced at seopn4lf < Pi
NO HUNS t
Jlattv was missed Uresnaban medB ti
a baseon a crrora off Citinltas gloy v
V3own beat out an InflJW roller townnf
nst nlllnc IhebAJIII Dev Intru
out Dunn batted In McOnnn plaol
and singled ecorlne VMhewson Brnsf
nahan tried to score alobut Se <
brlnga throw to th < rolate nsJIed hlta
Merle struck out ONE RUN
JUtl1 Innlna it
Wlltio relieved Mathwsfllnthe baS 1
nnd nresnahan took McOonnaplaco < IJ
nrit Dunn we1llno wntro lleW te t
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