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20000 Spectators at Track to See the
Running of the Big Event in Which
an Excellent Field Faced
the Starter
Special to The Evening World
a neck Jack Atkins second by two lengths and Rifleman third Time
146 flat thats the thumbnail story of the great Excelsior Handicap
the feature of opening day here this afternoon The boks and the public
probably split about even in a speculative way because of the equal divi
sion of opinion as reflected in the betting ring
Jack Atkin was the favorite and was heavily played but there was
a strong tip out on McCarter coming right from Tom Welch his trainer
and this caused a big play on the colt of the Newcastle stable Brook
cle NympH was nil 1Ieit at and so was Chapiiltepec I
Thoio was a delay at tha p i t owing
to the fractious bohnvior of Lhapulte
per When they finally cm away M
nap shot into a l id which sho holi
only to the turn for she wns shut of
hero nnd knock1 back MKnrter then
j ftr wrd th way lo the het tuin bin
r Notor wjsly toqUJtlnvhack then and
allowed Jack Atkln to male the pnco
The lavorlto did this to perfection
wltn Musirae Fitting almost on lilt
neck Hirtemnn lay about thlnl
Brcokdale Nymph Cut Off
Brookdalo Xymph after settlns thc
worst of the ptnrt was out off and novei
could get throimti Down the nick
ftreteh around the far turn ant right
Into the stretch Jack Atkln fraHipod In
front MrCartor moved up us they noio
straightened out n did Cliapitopcc
who cmi3 from fie provorlial no
v here The Uiree almost a mat moved
down toward tiC tlnNi At the six
Uenth polo howover Cha putt epee
cracked and Jak Atkln iul McCartei
went on to tight It out
It was nip and tuck during fio Ins
hundred yards hut lujh by Inci Me
Carter wns > rrewplr up unl n 1101
swept past the jitdiM both Musravr
nnd Xotter applying tin whins to
their mounts with ceaseless energy
MoCarter sot his head In front
I was T great llnUh and ia1 the
crowd on Its feet ehoering wildly
20000 at the Track
Twenty thousand racing cntlmsiists
camn out tt Jama ca this afternoon
to help usher In the spring mooting at
this popular race track They came In
J ong Island trains trolIeyUtoto
bllcs and even the plain ordinary
horse and carrIage was not to be
despised as a means of conveyance
The weather was nade to orjer for
an enjoyable days sport and such It
proved K be The track was In fine
ehape and the surroundings beautiful
rile many Improvements undo this
eprlng were noted nnd appreciated
Every rnce on the card was Interest
ing but the big thing of the day was
the J10000 Excelsior In which the ilnest
field seen under colors at n metro
politan track tills year went to post
Talent Goes Astray
r The piiUic bMtors went wrong In the
opnii nun They ill id < xl their
money on Irzottu and Trnubleimker
while P > ntoitji won cleverly with
Troublemaker ieioiul inl Trlzetto
third Tint nice was rim to form cx
ocliy aiI tld I to 1 itgiliut Pintoull
went htKgius Jlar > Hall made the
early pace but dletl nviv at the head
of tiia slt i tell to let Troulemikor
challonv 1 a titu tt Ito Trimbl eisa ker
I i i I wu nl iiuito gui > J enOU gel
JrlMltf after running In the ruck
mc > l of tIe way dosed strong
Roysl Captive Wins
Uojal Captive the fast Golden Maxim
jay AiLuri tuly 01 liie NowtMstlu
UJH i u tile ieeotid lace Iliuullly
troll J H Hoed with Paul HaliRyt
rot tha third Hoyal Iaplho was hen
Mly played but > u was ititd tho Whit
hey filly Uniform Kin only a scntteriig
l > lay her line Riling back Nothlns
else In the nice Will uiven a chime
ThetU got ort In front und set n fast
pace to the stretch with J II Hood ut i
her taddfe Births As they swung Into
the mietch Mussruve sent Heed anay
and lie appeared to bu winning easily
until Hoynl Captive who had been run
nlnc third overtook him Musgrivc
hail been looklmr over his shoulder very
conddemlv at this tlmo lnt soon went
to th whip Hoynl Captive howover
had the most speed and llnally wun
gaIn away
Foul In Third Race
The third race proved a big upset
James B Brady was scratched toni
t Fall Play wth E Dugun up was
made the hottest kind of a favorite
Fall Play Is In wns nil ono could
hear In the ring Voorhoes which
looked to have n chance was Indulged
In by the publc Fair Play got a bad
break but after skinning the rail In l
thi tetch looked to have the raco
FIRST RACEPantoufle 4 to 1
and 7 to 5 1 Troublemaker even
for place 2 Frlzntte 3
SECOND RACERoyal Captive 1
8 to 5 and 3 to 5 1 J H Reed 4
to 5 fcr place 2 Thetis 3 I
I THIRD RACEFlemIng 9 to 21
I and even 1 Fair Ply 2 to 5 for
I place 2 Frank Lord 3 Stargowan i
won but was disqualified for fouling I
I i
FOURTH RACE tr 16 to
J5 and 6 to 5 1 Jrk Atkln 7 to 10 i
for place 2 Rifleman 3 I
FIFTH RACE Pretcnsion 4 to band
and 1 to 3 1 Savior 2 to 1 for
place 2 Druid 3 I
I i
SIXTH RACESea Cliff even i
land 2 to 5 1 Havre 9 to 10 far
place 2 Blue Stock 3
HACIM ciniis ON rxnn 2
won Ho quit howovir nt the vital
tlmo mid riemlniT closln like a I
streak Rlt beat him
Long after I lie lace was finished G
I Iturnss claim of foul say ing that Star
Watt lot nthiCl him nnd carrlel him
out wns allowoj iy the stewards nrl
tho IInlh was made Fleming Fair
Play and Frank Lord
Favorite Wins Fifth Race
Pretension wns an oddson favoilte In
the fifth race mini he ran like one lead
Inr practically all the way Srlor ran
a good race far different from his last
time out He came frpm behind at the
turn and threatened the winner but
thats about nil Druid got the show
I Results In thc races here todaywere as
11 liST RACE Twoyearolds felling
flvo fttrboticsMrs Rrwnll ion Koer
nor 3 to 2 and 2 to 3 1 M T Greene
107 Borzon 2 to I and 3 to n 2 i
Nintlonkc 104 r ILneHlffe 30 to I and
10 to 1 3 Thlntfl 45 DPinetroIs
Hello of the Hall and Dllsev also ran j
SIcon RACE For throcyear lds
I and upward Is filongs Unuglilng i
Eyo e OH QuarrliiKtnn 7 to 1 nnd 3 to
1 won CIII Turroy W Murohy 7 I
to r situ 1 to 5 socoiul Goes Fast 101
I Ilorion 2 12 to 1 and 1 to 5 third I
Time 114 23 Aln inn Gllvodear
BoiRon Hob Callahan Amontillado j
and Do Burgo
THIRD lt Threeyearolds and
upward one mil anti a sixteenth
Punliiuc 109 Walsh 2 tp I und 4 tu
I 3 won
Lord Badge 109 Marly 15 to 1 nnd 3
to 1 second
Dole Slrome 102 Kalibrother 4 to I
and C to I third TJI11fIIV
Also ran Quick Dance Silver Ball
Ottoman Oronooka Jamcslne
KOrHTH RACE Steeplechase four
oarnlds and upward two miles I
Diilrlan 144 Grantland 7 to I and 2 i
to 1 1 Flvlng Virginian 131 Huliler
10 to 1 and 3 to I 2 George Leluer
111 Saffol S to 1 nnd 212 to 1 3
Tlmo 423 43 Ltzzle Flat also ran
Prlnco of Pllson lost his rider i
K1FTH HACEBnltlmoro Brewers
Soiling Stakes for thrteycnralds mil
upward six furlongs llolanlst KJ f Me
Cnhoy 7 to 10 nnd out won Ilell
iwcthcr IfS Koernir 12 to 1 and 4 to 1
second Giles 92 Fnlrirothcr It to 1
nnd I to 1 third TbrnlI13 35 Also
ran Billy Hlbbs and Tho Wrestler
SIXTH HACEFor threeyearolds
nnd upward ono mile and a sixteenth I
Hol clhor 112 I Lolbert 7 to I anti 3 to
2 won Fancy Bird 1W Burns 7 to 1
and 2 to 1 second Hlo Urande 1W
Kporner evon and 2 to6 third Time
I 14S 46 Also ranlAdy Karma Bol J
phoebe and Lois Cavanaugh
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 I 020 O 3
i Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 = I I
Sppclil to The Evenlns World
April 3Wlth two games of the series
of tour already sewed up In their bR
bat bog Manager Billy Murray and his
gang of slugger frjm Philadelphia
came to the game this afternoon con
fident of administering another defeat
to Patsey Donovans Trolley Dodgers
The weather could not have been more
I ausplc ous When the game Lan
more than 3 XO Cans were present Pas
I torlous was selected by Manager Don
ovan to d i Iio twirling for the Dolqers
and Hltchle went In for the visitors
First Inning
Knnac posted a low ny stralglt Into
Maloneys handS Grant scorching
grounder was taken tare ot by Ljvis
and Jordan Titus hoisted a Iou lly
hlqh Ittter got under N U HUNS
PIe irt up n tlv to short left
which Magee nailed Titus robbed Mn
I lunoy out of a triple by a great running
I catch of his long fly In do < p centre
Iumlej fouled ojt to Dooln N 0
Second Inning
Mngee ilr ve a fly to deep right
which Lumler collared Osbowe drove
a fast bounder to Pattee who threw
hm out Bransfleld was the third vic
tim on his hot grass cutter which
Lots and Jordan bamVed NO RUNS
I Jordan sent the ball to right for a
baft rth < eh n Minted but on Ritchies
ban throw to second both runners were
I safe Hummclls bunt fly was caught
by Hitclle Lewis filed out to Osiorne
Oshorno pulled down Raters long fly
Third Inning
Jordnn was tinder Doollns foul fly
when the ball cnme down Dooln also
tent up n foul Hitter making a pretty
running fiiou of It Ritchie was an
can eut on hIS hlfh one to the Infield
which Inaee smothered NO RUNS
Iistorl < made a pretty hit to right
for n base Pattre was called out on
strIkes Mnliiev forcd Pruitorlos nt
jiKt ml Knaliv to Dooiln Mnloney tried i
to teal sccond hut was nailed on
D olis throw down to Daolln NO
Fourth Innlni
Knaba was retired on Ins bounder by
Fheehan and Jordan o 111 t bunted
but ShiChan by a fast plkup and
throw to Jordpji nailed him by n foot
Titus was unable to conneM with three
of Pnstot loins fast ones N 0 HUNS
Lumley drove a Jumper t < Ilransfleld I
who to > id tin bill to Hllchlat tlrst In
i linn to retire tho Dudperis captain
Jordan wnb disposed nf h v Dooiln and
liransfloKl Slieehan banged a low line
thy to Miseo NO HUNS
Fifth Inning
MagcVs drive to the rlcht Old fence
onlv went for a bisf Osborne sarri
Ilced Slnohan to Joidin Bran ii lleld
patoil the Inll to centre fey a bare
scoring Magee I > iolln also slngld 1
but rranyfleld was caucrilt nt third on
iruiiino uretty thriw to Sheehan I
Dcolln lnclied to LJnlev ONK RUN I
Hummell set Ihe lo torn crazy by
omafh tg the ball ti deep rlgit centre
for three tieS IoN folloved with I
a sifie to left scndlne lIumnwll over
the plate flItter fanned out ewls
waR nailed stealing second Daoln to
Doollrt Pnrtorlous tiled out to Brans
Sixth Inning 1
Ritchie pasted a fast grounder to I
Pattee and died at first Knabe fouled I
out to Sh ohan Jordan smothered I
Grants foul fly near the bleachers
rnitJsuI I
Pattee drove a skyscraper to Titus I
Mnloneys high bounder to the In I
Held was easy for Knabc and BIn
field Knabe anti Bransrteld settled
Lumley NO HUNS
Seventh Inning I
Titus tore oft a Mnjlo to center
Magco doubled to tent tnd on
Lewiss wild throw to the plate Titus I
and Magce both scored Osborne went
out Lewis to Jordan Branstlehl tiled 1
out to Maloney Dooiln hoisted one
which Sheehan grabbed TWO HUNS
Jordans grounder wns too hut for
T lo nandl nn < 1 wont for a hit
Sheehan linefiled to Grant who throw
to IJnl iHfUt < doubling Jrrdnn up at
Ilrst jsoorne made a marvelloiiR cntch
of HummiITs lung lly N 0 RUNS
Eighth Inning I
Dooln was retired by Jordan unns
slsteil Ritchie singled to left Knahe I
fouled out to Slieohnn Graait out to j
Jordan NO RUNS I
LewIs singled to the Infield Huron I
IHttd for flItter and tiled out to
IKilln Alnermnn batted for Pastor
lou and fanned out Pattee hlngleil
to ventre sending Lewis to second
Maloney walked filling the bases Litm
1 ey fouled out to Grant NO HUNS
Ninth Inning
Bell nnd Birgen went In the points
for Brooklyn Titus reached Ilrst on
Pnttees fumble A wild pitch advanced
hInt to second Magee racrlllced Dell
to Jordan OMlxirno truck out limns
Held ietTt out Pattee to Jordan NO
r rdnn filed nut to Osborne Sheehtn
slncled to left Hummell hit Into a
double rlny Doolln to Knabe to Brans
Harvard Beats Exeter
Opeclnl to The Kvenlni WnrM
MnFd April iHnrvnrd defeatwl Kx
4er this afternoon In a wellpliyed
mine The score
Exeter 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 i3
Harvard 1Q2 000 00 17
Untterlo Bnlnes and Dunn Uremuia
infli Currier
n H PO A E i
Knahe 2b 0 0 1 4 0
Grant ss 0 0 2 1 0
Titus rt 1 1 2 0 0
Magee If 2 2 2 0 0
Osborn cf 0 0 4 OO
Bransnelcl Ib 0 1 C 1 0
Doolin S3 0 1 3 2 0
Dooln c 0 0 3 2 U
ItltcTnle p 0 1 2 0 1
Toals 6 27 10 1
attee 2b 0 1 I1 3 t
Maloney cf 0 0 2 0 0
II Iumle rf 0 0 2 0 0
Jordan In 0 2 13 0 0
ihoehan Sb 0 1 5 2 0
I Hummell If 1 1 0 1 0 I
owlr ss 0 2 0 3 1
Rlttcr r 0 0 3 0 0
Pastorlus p 0 1 0 0 0
Burch 0 0 0 0 0
Alperman 0 0 0 0 0 I
Bco gen c 0 0 1 0 01
Bell p 0 0 0 1 0
Total 1 8 27 10 2 i
Batted for Ritter In eighth
Batted for Pastorlus In eighth
Base Hits Off Paftorlus 6 In 5 In
First Base on Balls Off Ritchie 1
Left on IJn Brooklyn 5 Philadel
phia 3
Struck OUIB Ritchie 3 by Pas1
torius I by Hell 1
ThreeHaie Hits Hummel
Tnor ae Hits Mnfeee
Double IaGrnllt to Bransfleld i
Dooiln to Ensue to llrnnsfleld
Umpire Klem i
I At Chicago
Iistburg 000010 no 22
Chicago 0 0 0 0 I 0 II 0 01
I Batteries Oamnlt and Gbson Pfnls
ter and King Umpires Hlgler and
At Cincinnati
St Louis Cincinnati game postponed
cold weather
I At Philadelphia
WashlneKn 200000000 2
Philadelphia 00 000030 3
Batteries Cntes ond Warner Uygert
anti Schreck Umpires Hurst and Con
At Detroit
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 Z 1 2 0 6
Detroit Z 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 03
Batteries White and Sullivan Slaver
and Payne Urraplre OLoushlln
At St Louis
Cleveland 0 2 0 0 0 0
St Loul 00001 1
Batteries Rhoades and Clark Pclty
and Stephens Umpire Evans
At Baltimore
Montreal 0 1 0 0 0 0 S 0
Newark 0 0 1 0 0 0 12
Batteries Rudolph a 11I1 Brown ShIre
and Clarke Umpire Moran
At Jersey City I
HocJiester 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Jersoy City 030000 00 0I
Batteries Harder and Erwin Pfnn
miller and Vnndsrgrlft Umpire Staf
At Newark
Toronto 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1
Providence 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2
Batteries Tlft and McMnnus Muller
and StanaRc Umpires Kelly and Sul
At Providence
Buffalo 200 n 30 10
Baltimore II 0 0 II no 2 4
Butteries McConnell and Arthur
Pearson and Hoarne Umpire Con way
Special tq The Rtnilnc VorM
ITHACA X Y April ffltrnnl
lost her firnt homo same of the seison
thli afternoon to the crack clam of
Penn State the visitors winning by tho
ore of 4 to 2 Fine pitching by Vor
his and the listless batting of the whole
Cornrll cant were the two factors In
the Ithncans defeat Gable pitched a
KOod game for Cornell but received
ronr support The scores
Cornell 00010001 0c
Penn State 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1J
Boston I 0 0 0 I 0 3 0 0 = = 5
Highlanders 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 Oca I
Spcrlil to The Evening Worth
9Ihe live UiousPiml fans who on au
to American Lea cue Iirk toiliy got a
touch of real nummor weather as Hus
ton started In their tlcht to knoflt New
York tint of flu lead Coat s were pcelcil
oft througiout the stnnrla like midsum
Vhlln diiiisslns hH club jiiit before
in alI s r I flit Ii said that h > > had never
Mcn It pprln more frvorabe to pitcher
erg The warm days have put all of hit
men In oxcrlleai shape and tie Illpiii
laiulerti ire just now In real oliampion
hip form
Flrt Inning
Tinne pln gld tn ientre and he wont
in second on torts 1rtllle > liU tt
ha < f MliinmI lit til dtfui nI
fi t rte baset scoring Thoney ard was
nut trvlnu to make II a homer llemi
illl to Klberfeld to Klelnow G sslei
slnsled mst second Jessler out steal
inc Kelnnw tu Ehieitetd ON 1C ttlN
NIlei lied to Thoney Keeler rolled out
to In lauh unasUtcd Hempli C I
walked lilberfeld was out to Lnglaub
unassisted NO KlNS
Second Inning
JIcHalo niml to Keeler rnslaub
lined out to ronrov Wagner waN f
all Elberfelds error Crlger tiled out
to Keeler NO HUNS
Viirner threw out Chase Morlarlty
singled to right Conroy popped to
Criser Morlarlty was out stealing
Crleor to Vajrner NO RUNS
Third Inning
Klberfeld throv out Young Niles
tosfcvl out Thoney Lord lied out to
ElberfeM NO HUNS I
Klelnon popped out to Unglaub Like
struck out Nlles popped to Inglaub
Fourth Innlr
JIConnell brat out n slow one and
Ge sler also plngled MiHale popped to
11m1et while trv nc to html and Mc
Connell was doubled up Cha v to
Hlberfeld Gender was out stealing
Klo now to Nt NO PUNS
ricer threw out Keeler Memphlll
fouled to Crlirer Klborfeid hit for
two Uaz to left Chase struck out
Fifth inning
I rnglauh smashed a threebagger to
centre Vauner was safe on Klberfelds
i error Imilaub scored as NIles threw
I out Crlser Young was out Chase to
Like whi eoiercd tlr < t N lIes tossed
I omit Tintv II NK lUN
I Morlarlty Hied i t to Thoncy Conroy
bunged a single to centre an1 went to
i third on Inlw s sal crack to the
nime place Sia il batted for Lake
I forcing out Klelnow McConnell to
Wagner Conroy scoring on the play
Stnhl was out stealing second Criger i
to McConncll ONE lUN I
Sixth Inning I
Doyle ptjhlnB for New York Lord
nicdto 1 I otis lilt ml I McConnell tiled to
Mori irity Gissler struck out NO
I itts
NIbs popped out to McConnell
Wagner threw out Keeler Hemphlll
was Et > fe on Wagneri error anti was
out ieallng Criger to McConnell NO
Seventh Inning
MoHale singled to centre Unglatiba
liner was too hot for Doyle and he I
made a bad throw to ilrst allowing
MeHale to take third and Unglaub I
second Wagner tiled to Conroy
I Crlger was purposely allowed to walk
Conroy maJe a bad throw of Young
hit nnd Cy was safe while JlcIIale
and Unglnuh scored Thoney bent out i
n flow one filling the bases Elberfelrt
threw out Lord Crleger scprlng Mc 1
Connell lied to IMorlarlty THREE
Yoipg threw nut Klberfeld Chase
slncled pant third Morarty popped to
McConnell HUNS Conroy struck out NO I
Eighth Inning
Gefsler struck out MeHale hit to
can tre for three bne Uimlaub foul < I
out to KIInMv Iberfeld threw out
Wasncr NO HUNS I
Kllnow tliiil to Mollale Dvie struck
out Nile struck out also NO HINS
Ninth Iniilnq I
Conrov threw out Crfror Younsr filed
to Keeler Conroy throw out Thoney
Kiplu illed to Thoney Young threw
out H ent pith I IClberleld nied to Gess
= = = 7 77 = = = = I
1M Yertsrs rllllotic
A dd together the total dally New
i York City circulation of ANY
TWO OTHER morning newspapers
lYfulliply by 2 thc dally New York
r city circulation of ANY
OTHER ONI morning newspaper and
in either case I
H fl rD A E
Thnncy If I 2 3 0 0
Lml il U t 0 0 01
jleCoitmeII 21 U 2 I 1 0
1 Glssler If I 2 1 I 0
i lellll ef t 2 t 0 I
l lnbu1 lIt 2 2 10 0 U
ttgh1or it 0 0 2 2 1
Criger c 1 I I 4 0
I YOln 11 I r
Total i t 2 1
H I 10 A E
Niles h I 0 t i I I
i Jldc rf I 0 a 0 U
IQ I 0 I 0 11
itrfol J V I 3 4 J
OhU0 li U 1 10 2 0
lorlrly If I I 2 1 0
Conroy 3h 1 I 2 2 1
Ilelno r 0 1 4 2 0
1111 li 0 0 t 1 0
1ahl 0 0 0 0 0
Doyle o 0 0 0 I I 1
Total 1 5 27 15 4
5llatteti for Lake In 5th innIng 1
Bal hIltsfliT Lake 6 In ii Inning
KIM Basu on liills Off VOUIIK li off
Doyle 1
Left on hits senI Hlirlilnnders 1 Bos
ton 5 I
Struck Otttly Young 5 by Doyle 2 j
ThTroHnue Hits icfunnoll UilBlniib I
and MeHale
TwoUnco Hits KibMfeld
Double ltaysChtaso to Elberfold I
Umpln Mr Sheridan
I Daughter of Standard Oil Millionaire i
I ionaire Declared Free to I
Wed Clarkson
Referee Daniel X Cohalan In the
proceedings brought to annul the mar
riage of Miss Helen Maloney to Arthur
I Ooborne a young broker today
made his report to Supreme Court Jujs
tlce McCnll and his findings were In
Ca or of the application
Miss Mahoney Is a dauhter of Mar
tin Maloney the Standard Oil million
aire and the decision of the referee If
conllrmed by the court leaves her tree
to marry Samuel Clarkson the young
KnKildimin of her later choice I
It has been arranged bv MIss Mn
honeys attorneys to make application
tomorrov to Justice McCnll for the
continuation of the referees report
which was secretly ted today
In September 1907 PhiladelphIa anti
New York society wen shocked by the
report that Mm Maloney had eloped
with Clarkson a young Englishman
who had lieon a visitor at the Maloneyti
summer liomu In Spring Lake X J
Tills sjiisutlon Whl mud tnvde the one
wliloi Immediately lolluwcd when
frltnds o O borna amiuunod that he
and Mlsi Mcjoney ut imnronevk
two years before had jcne through a
inUTiagf cvremuny before a Justice of
tOe peace
Who told of Helen Malonoys elope
ment I day after It bocamo public
Osborne slid he was stunned and later
declared thit Clarkson know of hU I
lwrnos inarivtKo In Mnmaronock i
ind that ClarkFon liiul gone to a Now I
York lawyer to U irn If a mirrline I
would be loKil In Knttland I one art j
tnil alrmdv betn married In the United I
Btnt < Osborne assertid that CIa rksott i
was told slol a mvrligo woulil be I
b Kiiinous
I nn jilorvlow last October Osborne
fnlcl his marrliiKO with Ms < Malonov
had bion annulled Later ho dnled
tills ray I tie that he wUlnd to do lustl i
to Mlrs Mnlonov nnd did not deslro to i
make nnv C Its teitteit t which would 1m I
pxir her stand UK
SEATTLE April SOlWlth but one
dIssentIng voice the Seattle Chamber
I ot Commerce passed resolutions yesterday
day which favor the retention on the
Pacific coast of not less than twelve
Giants 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 06 1
Boston 0 0 J 0 2 0 0 0 0 I 1 7 f
frehat tn The nvcnlnR 0111
April SIt took eleven Innings for the
Boston outfit to win from the Olrinti
today by n scor of 7 to 6 Tho same i
vas full of al kinds of LascKul from
the very start McJpiw intel Wilts j
then Mahcsip and llnally II tilts rhuty i
wlille Roitoii hail leruru tit LliiIanian
and Young Cy Young I was n hard
fought came Ihf wmV way tlirou vh I
First Inning
Shannon bumped one d tan to HHvhey I
which wa it promptly handed to lcl lay I
Teimrv lolled one down tho tlrst ban i >
lira whkl Kolloy eoiral toil and tusfvd 1
tc Ieigt son for the second out Uonllii
singled to cent to lie siplo second Sey
nuur Hied to Hat s NO HUNS
Ilroivne i ant I I stilkcs Hi iu
mont lllcd to Uimllii eiuil 15atoj tiled to
Slunnou NO HUNS
Second Inning
liresnnhan was struck on the arm
with an Ins hoot and walked Devlins
linen was too warm for Ferguson In
stIll antI went for a single UroHiiahan
bclnc held at second Nlcklln walked
and the corner were all occupied 11
no one out llridwell waited for four I
wide ones nnd the tlrst run was forced
In nhel liro nnhati waiked home
Wlltse tioked om lo Ferguson that
Hilled off and Devlin scored with t lie
curiiura ctlll occiifled Shannon popped
I up a foul fly for Sweeney Tommy I
Uf to Hpitimont nnl Nlcklln scorod
Wilts meantime trlr to go to second
and from Ilenumont to Sweeney tu
Hllchey to Kely to Dahlen and then
to Ilnwonnan Uridwell wits nailed ut
Iho TU pate trying to score rnrniR I
Kelly filed to Hrldncll nnd IMtrhey
KdHd on for Svmour Diilon slit I
gled but 7i forced Ilrldwell m Nick
lln < n Sveenevi Crasser N 0 HUNS
Third Innlnn
I Llnrtaman took Fergusons a place
Oonlln greeted the new twlrler with a
sla > nlng drive to the right garden
beymour singled II I > ft Itn > mUian
ndvanced both runneis on his nlimp
iIt ch was hnnilkil Ito tvernt i 0 unl
Kelly Devlin drove cine thllup1 Dah
len H hnnds the ciror ncitii tug Dunlin
ami SJ niinir Hi tn d II ini > ovoml
but was out llnts to Howoinmn < o
Dahlen Llndamnii and Kelly cired
for Nleklln TVO HUNS
lisvurman filed u Sevmour Linda
lila a walked Ilrowne singled to right
llfaiiinonfs bump from Nlcklln to Hiid
ll forced Ilrowne nt seond Hates
walked tlng I1 hal Kelly walked
forciiiK In Llndaman Hltchey doubled
ii lie Ilt ta rUn > Hlrh I heat i niots I
anti Intts Wllltc was theriiipoii taken
out McGrnw wns slow In choosing his I
Mircjmor but tOtally trotted the rollahlo I
Miithowson out to stem the tide nah I
len Iwlste1 one up for Seymour
Fourth Inning
Hrldwoll was tossed out Hltchey to I
Kelly Mathewsoii tiled to 1 rl ten e I
Wiannon popped to IXihlen No HUNS
bwecnoy laced n tingle to 11s1 i
nowennnns bounder to Nicklln ii
nriJwoll forced Sweeney at second
Llndamnn went out Devlin ti Tenney
Browno died the same route NO
It Us Si
Fifth Inning
Tenney wee tossed out Hltchov to
Kelly Donlln flied to BaIls Seymour
tiled to Beaumont N 0 HUNS
Btaumont doubled to right antI scored
on Uatcss threetimer Into deep left
centre Belley tiled to Seymour and
Hates scored Rltfhev singled to centri
He 1 forced at second on Dnhlens
grounder Nlcklln to Hrld veil and Bill
wns doubled nt first Brldwell to Ten
Sixth Inning
nresnahnn singled to ett Devlin
forced Hresnnlinn Hltchey to Dnhlen
Nlcklln popped one up for Uowerman
Ui Id veil vvilked Mnthtvson Illed to
Benumont NO HUNS
Sweeney walked He wan out Fires
nn han to llrliwell trying to steal
Uowerman was out n rid well to Tenney
Linda man singled to II < hl Ilronnc
sailed one out to Seymour N 0 HUNS
Seventh Inning
Shannon went out Dnhlen to Kolfey
Tinney wont down the MIIIIO way Don
111 walked Dihlen all Kolley took
care of Seymour NO HUNS
llenumonts bounder got uwiy from
Nicklln Hates fulled one out to Shan
non Kelley filch to Donlln and Beni
mont couldnt get back to nrst and
wait out Donlln to Tenney for I
double play NO HUNS
Eighth Inning
Rwecnev and Kelley ended Bresna
hnn Devlin Illed to Browne Nlcklln
poupetl to Iindiman N 0 RUNS
Hthey jirnunled nut t Tennev
Dihlen fanned Sweeney tiled to Don
hIts NO lllNS
Ninth Inning
Ilriuis elI popped 011 up for Dahlen
fithewsjii w1I11 Shannon st lerttlci
him to the next corner going out Lin
daman to Kelloy Tenney was out Hit
hey to Kolley NO HUNS
Bowerman walked I Intlut tOn ii saC
rlrtred him to ii CI1 Mathfvj > n o
Tenney lirowno fanned I5uiiumont
tiled to Seymour NO HUNS
Tenth Inning I
Donlln sdngloil to centre Seynnii I
trlfd n Mrrltlco but Linilamui I ° I
to Dnhlen for a force out OM 11nI I
On n passed bal by Kelly Se > nvur I
went to second on a wild pitch Devlin I
WHlkid Nlcklln was hit by a pitched I
hall and the corners were tilled Brld
well lll 4 M iBeaumont and BresnaJiuu
I Shannon If J o 2 0 0 1
Tcninv Ib o 1 9 0 1
Doniin rf 1 3 3 1 0 J
Soymour cf 2 1 S 0 0
lircsnnhan c 1 2 3 1 o
Devlin hlt i 1 1 2 0 si
Nlcklln 2b 1 0 1 1 1
Urliwci S3 0 0 5 3 0
Mntliowson p 0 0 0 1 0 <
Wiltse p 00 0 U 0 0
llalarky p t 0 0 1 0
Totals G S 032 13 2 I
Tvo out when winning run was
Ilrowne rf 0 1 2 0 0
IHaumont cf 2 2 4 2 0
Hates If 2 1 2 1 0
Kolly 11 1 1 1 2 1 f
lUtchpy 2b 0 2 0 7 0 J
Dahlen ss 0 IV S 4 l
Sweeney 31 t 0 1 t 2 0 j
nowerman c 0 0 3 20
Ferguson p i 1 1 3 0
Unriaman p 1 1 1 3 0
Young p l 1 0 0 0
Total 7 1 33 23 3
Bnso Hits Ort Wiltse 3 In 2ft Inn
inns oft tliithiiuson 5 In 61 Innings oft
oiKiisiin 2 In J innings lIlt LIniUmnn
it m s Innings 4
First las on Balls = r Wiltse 3 t
It at lie us aol I nt JUlarky 1 ort Fer
uton 2 off LlnJamnn 3
Left I Hasns Boston 0 Giants IK
Struck Outbr Ulltse 1 by Mathew I
Home Hun Kelly i
ThreeBase Hit Bates 1
TivoHnsH Hts Hltchay Beaumont
Stolin Biscs Donlln Beaumont f
Double Ilays Donlln to Tenn1 i
Ikiumont to Uowerman t
Wild PltchesLlndtrman f
Ill by lithtrhiresnahan Nlcklln
I mplre lOmslle i
war out nt the plate Beaumont to Bow
iinuiii ONi ItfN
Alalarky took Matliewsons place
Bntes illed to Seymour Kelly hoisted
the hal over the loft Held fence for a
home run Hftchey illod to Seyrn ir j
Dihlon walked Sweeney went out VU
Inrky to Tenney ONE RUN
Eleventh Inning
Manager Kelly tok out Lndnman and
repla oil him with Youmt Cy Young
Hiuhcv and Kelly took > of Malarkey
larkey Shannon grounded out to
Kelly Tennoy siulcd to centre Don
lln Jji ppcd one up for Kelly NO
houbrninn popped up a foul for Dev
lin Young singled to left Browna
was thrown out Nlcklln to Tenney
Beaiimont singled to left Beaumont
stole second Bates bumped ono In
front of the plate Bresnahan picked It
ip npd lined It down to Tenney who
dropped I Meantime Young cat
homo from third With the winning run
I E ntN
BOSTON April 20Manaser McGraw
of the Giants was savagely attacked
today by Dan McUnnn In the Copley
Square Hotel nnd hut for the Inter
I fornnce of Pitcher Christy Mnthewson
I aol sevoriil other players who hap I
pencil to be present the Giants man
IKW inljjht have been roughly han
died by the big llrtt baseman now v
wit I th lto lon Xatlona Leaftue t xm
fhre has boon a lot of threats bY
the trnrlod players McGann Bower
man all Oihlen who weru exchanged >
in I lie deal this sprIng and the first f
inmeil hrs Nrn In a ulen mood for A
several days T4io oimax was not un
oxpertcd and McOrnv liuj beau Mktd ffl
by his fniinds to take measures to se t
euro his personal safety nhllo In the
cityLost nlKil HUniinl Cnle cntcrtalnul
thi Giants at I loiil theatre and fol
lowIn Ho slunv the players met In
111 ht1 blllUrdrnom McGrnw wa
loanln en a laita when McGunn at
tnpUJ the t I but the friends of
I h later attiftred Early thin mom
mi MiJ ii nn 11 eic I not lor effoit to attack
tack McGraw when the manager of
the hotol ordered thu porters to put
McGann oUl I

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