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Racing ** League Baseball *£ Golf Chess S> Football <£> Horse Show *£ Other Sports
GOLF WIZARDS SHINE
Favorites Come Through in
Tourney at Lai:ewood.
TWO EXTRA HOLE MATCHES (
Douglas Beats Forrest, the Low
Score Winner, on the Nine
teenth Green.
5 ■• t~ ' llUftißd !be Bra] *nd !»(•■
IBlfl -^ BpH ifiurrmn- at t^e ;
ok of Leftvejeed < fMrrd? .
gajl - J T-a\> The ■•r">h:aTi Baaflb
- ■ m MB that ;h>- imtroM of ,
f,»? rrsa* ! c.«- »•? BBVet Bl doubt, and the
ttr -e ; . • aaVd tt fttt Hcrrc^noff. n
„ | ' ■ • bad :hat t!;e far-dr \ irie Wrt
• ■ (MM DM u?e cf his
.„-'.•» «■ " •« the afternoon. Ftrd
,- r BB| - iS r ' Nassau, mho wen, tn
rm «- »••. * ha*d match. wr - r.-^et Herre
, " ■.'"'• c . r --, irsal round
. . • "► ■ ■!n««.rii r" W.!tne\
t » .-a., man r.il I t>e :^.e opponent
c; Bide.
-« r».t-a beta aWtCSaaal btteßCßtaafl tbO
' ' '" a• ' in tl:e monalr.g
• ■ - I ■ aflß.eC do»ncl
| Slb> ,<■■:. a former A::ar.;;r c.: v
• - '- ..•■••'•■ ' ics had hem r'.ayed.
•r ..:,c matches were not e?pe
■ ■ one b*»t mro . V\"hit
|BßV ef Rvar Birn, \\ !v.t-
Bq » -.. ■k. P H. M. I .-ret. t «
„-. * " BT of the qualifying round.
, - - ■ <■' r> k^- Meadom-. «ij«o
- --; <■ rr h»rd. Forrest »en by
:
I . "• . *- II muni
DMa|fei I a baaUSM 73 at the ex
;•• *c rf V. I OBBBBOb^ O r ' | • 4 f:la»
• -, - ♦• vbara be stood -
-• "X :v": v " horr.ema-d Journey
a -- the Saat aawajt
: ■ ba bdearad arttb an ar- !
■ --». trwn. tak'.VK .'. f«>r tba .
v. , - «■ -• -n ; - -■ f.n:*hr<l.
c »<= ' - - o--- :;.-_•
i « re B*a Kttli Ms .^ tn Bed
. - me in "Z. m ■•::■:! a «•
. - . i record.
.-■"'■'»•► bn bafedßai DoßClaa
.--• ■ • nw MBfted Bet bb tbafr
„ m • • ". «■- «r:u BBBOS BOW
„ pypfj i lad • •■ DeaataM Bjaej
,-■»-> LfaSl anfa—'TH ; :-n •■> tBTB
• - mr 6 -'.taiir CS stroke.
» ». »••*•■. c^lfe*- in aga-nFt « I r
• -.- eaeeejh. Delias a^ajn
. a* Cba tenth. a/MCat, BBBd
pj ■ BJCA, B«'«— |'B» PtaMafl C n t
• •« 4 BBOJbX "-c taVftßajeOd BBaal
- .« horwles^ly beaten, but
DendsMa JptX nr » r "i as r]»*»
| , „ • . r- # ,-• ■ • bCBBta and

-- vmi BBtl: I o "-!• ri i-ut BU
,_ .=• - ■-• In ■ aajajd Daog
, , . N .^ r^. ) „•, ror-- •
• i --• t«o in 4 and I
. r . . £ . .- ttfßeottlea «• tt v-^v -^
— «•<.• .ame b».V :n .
m - »nd both i-nade.
-r^^ " a*aa v >- reel I paa
--- - I -
- . jj rr n , i M v • <: -_•
, ■ n • re =- • BSoeted Fei -
. rt . . r - • ■dj ff tIM
m Doug Tha r »' ■ ' ■ ci f°'"
• r•« - * ' ' " * " " * ' "*
% % « S » * » -■ «~
- 4 4 -. 4 » « -. «V "S— *
| I i ) J « I < >■»>«
« Itgterer - --" "C I I -
E •' ■ ■■ ■ - '- * c - • - d:vi
.. , •- i »: id^nre. John K.
BBpaflaW Heesval Mttsatß. arba
, •-«■*. • 1 • • «.■ lor »ourna.tnent
I h-. • ' m* B§; e>el ea ta • *
•- - , ; thC BjntfOgj Shanley I
■ •••-"■ T Ri.shmotr. of <.'- :
• ■..-., r-- .■ Beea - r ' •
.■ i a tha artaaar had to 1<«-K iiorns
■ - ; o — . Korcst BCI. & y
I r - —at---. » aa carried ta '''■'"
t gita vfaava Staeedt ■^ r'"
• | ar»<S flTal
: • • -c *;!i b«» IXM un:«i
• _ •• rnnia: rl*^' bendlcep. Tor
a . »«rd ef ■■•<■- hundred cntrlea h»v«
' . ..i The .-urr.ir.ar;- foUoara:
r •»• ► rt«ea mai ' r r. • ;^a
"• ' *k.« . Rr:,-« ICvani. Brwt Burr.. 1
1 ur. B
<-. 1 up 2n buiewi: W'aftrr J
h»a- "^ . r i-'-eriao
4 . i. - .. • « i\ N. V. PI
•car jia r- Hei'.Sna. ■• v. i -
l;«T LiWBT. I
heat 1 * ' ;; j .«^»it. wyuar- . I
i • « Paiul v !•»"■ s Ekwanok, t^j'
,- . . • - ■ 3 yd ac: S
; • . DoasSaa. kCaaaaaa. bast 'W
mhl lli par: H V f*i
•» Ui a; T\ . ]:. Simons. :
• - e»- "ondon. 2 up and
> -. »„• ; - . : ■ ' •. ♦
t**!.- \\a-"rni«tn. 2 v; . Uou^'aa
.- IS •_■ . »
• ■ ■• iJirrt rnuvA — etoj \ r.a'.n'- .
. ~a-.r tl'eßlbrnok. C v; «
• . .-.,■: g ,
*- T ' Smut.
» ByaBBN a\PBa«BBBBTi i
I f«-a- F A A*i:h«-- .
- ard 4 '" pla- : C W. Tnsle*. ■
"• BPtathL. Ha HJaaTC . I -r "n-i
' ■ Mat on. UaßtT. bra- r
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- II
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• wtNtlW 3 -:p antJ 2
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-« rounrtt ii <; frma*:.
t ■
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J IU :< , • .- bjH 1 t* rlaj J<*ra
r - '»f T T Hu»nnmr», < «• «-<S-ti
E. a*. « •'■>tt > I
- « ; ?••■;'• ; a
• ■ beat W B Ueii,
• I M T»rie-.,n. nak - '
B r .-, ■ ,-, s i»:i, U»iiewoe4. 4
'■• - . ••- '" W»e Hum. i
—s:,oe BrootL, 3 v? aid 3;
; ■ -• t- v ■ r
h eipi-.j*. « <:: and ■"• t» p>a
. • a baat F*aaai I : -
hauili ■ >-a* r- r » aaei
-a* TarJeton. S •;p «nd
.. ~i • , | i i- | - to
.... r. . . " F»"«- •'
■■ «eman *•-■>•
Ptiiiad*
•»•«.-• « as *- ■ I
1 ■ - !jt.»»"en. twa
< and « -
aat M
■«■ - . i "»-. '«-•
7*" . ,- - ' ■ - 4up aX<3 ;
t ' ' Kaaaal U •»«• r
Ixl - - * — ' ''■ r • "
T« ' .*■ <\ ■; '-a ■ . '/■«
• " m r'i' sairj't IClpawaa.
nan.. ITttra. by •tenwtt.
• r *•**' Fe-kel. S :
- > -**m. heat !- »<»»•'. 2
•- .-■ haa« llvort "
• . - , • • »»!^ an. •'• aa ar.d
• ■ i
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' ■ ■' «.inimf t BBaßetttrva j
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SHUT-OUT FOR ROCHESTER
Newark Defeats Pennant Win
ners by a Score of 2 to 0.
m»ti;h\ IbTbWbT «i%mf«« m-nw.
RirhfX.r at \rmrk
Mnnlreal «f Jer«^j t it?
Hufalo at B»H'»t»iir»
T«roat« at rrnrldfßr*.
nr.Mll>. OK i.»Mt> W>T!.ftl»W
; ; Rnrhwiw. •
Montrral. Ij ,l^r«-« <)»*- J
rr«M»dewrr. r. ; Trtri-nte. "
. Baltimnr*. ; . Bnfaln, S.
T »»1 IR\ II *i.l ► *1 %VPIN<
•T. U r « W. i r «
N>w -rk . ; « IMM lliiiTa'n I 1 .*•«
rr«.» i«»»||re « • IMM 4er»rT (iir 0 I •••
Mnntreal ; • 1 ••• RmlifXrr • 5 .•••
linor. 1 | ' &m Tnrostn • : .•<»•
J<"»e ■fri'iinlil'l ;Ti:»r.« wh-.t«»was!-ed the
per.:iar!t wirn^r* :n ihe <r ( i>n'i came of
Hal Kastrrti LaBSSI ra. <-. „t N»»a'k. yes
terda> . bMbMSB 'he K<<chctrr< pla>*d an
e-rorlrs." p?n-e. The BSOtB BSS -to 0. As
on the orwn:ng da:'. .Ja'k EcOy p-ovrd tIM
trouble makT f>>r t •» n1 rs. hi* double
■v tbm BBBKtB M ■"""!, the batting rally
which rBSSStai :n tba BOOM teams two
B -
After S«-!-.;«fly had bra* BBi * hit to Al-
I"n::an, tjertnian singled, bringing home
Kt"\ l^n^.rn h,t to BJpenDBB, who threw
to Tattee :i cauh <.;«:: man. The second
aßaanaa lefl tba bag boa got the bail to
•j*rzel in ttmm to pur b«4 Leodßß. ffltl'W^f
BOanad on tho Tr!i-up f H BBBVa fo'loT. tt;
KKVABJC ■ HE.-TKK.
r Ik H a • r Ib jo » •
-'- ' ■ rf » <i : i ii P«--«-» a ii (i II M
Kf o , H... J » 3 • a;H M <► •• 2 1 «
■< hlafli . 2»5 1 X 1 O O O S h.MT!P. cf « 1 1 MO
<;« > ;tni«2.'-f ft 1 4 0 O ■i»-T.fi. Ih.. A t 11 2 <»
a* <♦ A 1 3 1 A. per:-. •-.::* .> o 2 4 *>
CZ*BMf**bSM I « ! A Drli pr.rt • t •I I
a r»'. L».. a « « 1 • Knatm If <• 1 i <> o
• *-iKp .- o it . o «» Blair. - . ft o « 1 A
Mucker, p. 9 O 0 4 0 I^flur. p. . O 2 1 .T 0
1H...119U1 TcT«.. 0 524 IS 0
Kanrfi « 'l o s « « • n k— 4
Rocheatpr . . «« o <> o o o * I ii ii
T«-e base hn»— K»:'-- o«^o^ -<i .c»r> - baaa
-<;ar.=e K?:-»t bin on StTW no<;h»«t<«r.
Stru>-k ••;.• M Hoelicr 2; hr lAfttt* H Hun
•a i>ii > •>t BteaOar 2 r>«ubi« Maj ahwl
>•" 'tmrnennaa »i^ ai»-»'- wih' pitch -
atWOfl T*ft on b«*^ -Newark, n: Ro-h*ii
<r ."■ Tltnl of lam* 1 r.d LmpliM HaUl
£an and Flymr
MONTREAL. 3: JERSEY CITY. 1.
fancy <-!ty lost a'i"! K <-- game to Mcn
t-.ai ft: y\e*< S:-1e Va-k | I 'Il'laj after
roor, by ■ «cnre of :; la : ' Law Jim
was ii t'e bos tor tfea no;ais. and
ba had tba Bai ta i Ma mcr.-y tbraajgb
• • ■ BUfJiaj pame. allowing them only
tteaja btti Bad Mffktßg oi ;* fl^ven m^n.
'Bod*' 'Waiie- <*\<\ tba twirMnir Bar >r-e-.
CKy. Iv.t tho Haßtnal t'am had no difH
rulty m f^ndinir hia delivery »h«>n hits
• -■« ' nßflat Moel'.or. the Jrrsev i';ty rtzht
wim was ;n^ire<l by a collision with
' lement in t!-e opening came. - utad to
play in yesterday I jam*, b-it had to b*
♦■ken o,it Bl " • • - ~^- ri iia'* tak
i:ie hl« r'ic 1 -.
Tlie f-rarf va« a to a* | to '. a "en th*
r'c'-th lrriir.jr bb r ?fl- *'rer T\'iKc<» ha d
■d HMnaaa bested ta Hattttt, -who
ma<3» a ■» ;ld tttXOOr, iird WfeUJ ■went t<»
third. Th*> Uttp- *a^ -auisiit nacpinc.
BMNOBjr, but KBttroßl catßa homes m«n-:t<
...,,,.. an i-ifi'ld hit by Yeager in the
Odtartn BCB] a F!a?liin(t ttttOaVi •-- "
i ... came '■.••m<- on Srnjth'n fly
IB left. 9cnßQ ' :t I BBM '■:"> van i«.-ore4
Bfth, »'■'• Be error i ;■■ Kettrcaa.
I I »-a
•.:•.--.!*; BBSEt tTTT
r Ik m * • k pa • a
n«-"»t«»« i <♦ «• i i < •-'•■• ' .. ■ a a c
- . • • • n Har' »rd. r' rt o i n rt
v-a^.. (9 #a l 1 1v • .«•- ' rt rt nO «
, -' . o i r« fi , Mara, rf » o .: - o
X • - - -«■-. ••« - •■ : o '. ;.* ~ o o 2 2 «»
ii)l 1 - » • F.rmor"l. ."^ 1 « 4 t> *»
>- • rb « 3 ; 2 « kfemtt ih " "■ W l 2
■ « • «U •• '• Hannifas aa a) o 3 i n
•' f «• r • 2 « •■rvm. r * i a •"• '
• a . - - .1 r> „ I i\
t ■aaiiiig— •■ ■■> ° " "
- « - - : : a ■ . I %27 :: I
•Batt*,j Bar 0 Rasa bi tka ■ -•- BakaNE.
«• • „ .. a a i • • a • i i— 4
Jerse • ;•: rt " " 0 1 O o 0 <»— 1
- -**-base bM Cwk.ni eaatrtt « • «
Corkiil Teas'-- »«••■<■•« -■- • <» o i»n k t*>i
• 1 2' Y«-a<r»- • mieiit Tirrt >^3«o --
arntr — .Torse- • •• ntreaj, i Ptruok aat
- Rv T. «;:•'. " by Wlc««. i li l P**e on ball*
, - u«;i»-. v Hit by attcb«d b«;i—B%
■w iraTs. t apod p<teb— tFallar. ra*a-4 ban —
m.i •-'• '**•«« — lorp»- •■ « aaaa>-
M r. TiflM ■ ' lania ITO *"#n-.i«rii.e —
; .-.<»' - - ta v Inuciaa m<i Murat.
PROVIDENCE. 3. TORONTO. 2.
»• "^ Icaaoa — It. H E
• ■ < .. • 2 » « « « • «— S 1<« I
n 1 .i i ono n o no—n o— v » -
BjßttartM tesvaaav tad r***-« ■ * .' rh and
"a- .■. ■ rgr.X I'lllßliaß ttllllßJ *r>-: .- a"
BALTIMORE. 7: BUFFALO. 3.
»• }i, mm* ' '
: , a n •> n ; c, •-. rt g_ ; i« l
Bdffa . © <» rt " " : « <♦ ©— 3 I 2
Ha.Tter4<-a VI k»ra «• * T. eiit. Sr-«e- "\" -> • - •
mr.i BcaJSaaav I BBjttaa— Ki *rri Bogrla.
JIU JITSU WINS CHASE
Young Blitz en Fails in Race Full of
Accidents.
ptaJtco. *•':. aVpi I BL- MaaJ ra lag
BOJSI tt drew out a bej crowd tv the track
■j-da;.'. Vba ! Ji,e Ftcer-l r ' '*-*•■'■
•■c Btatura af ttia «-ard. ««a a cliapter of
■ :s. snea '.-■■ bbs and
fT.iy Daer Bntstoad. fin fitaa ma i ir.a^-
BtSoOßt rare and aae «s lie picas*-.) "i'nunir
Bwtzen. the QMPajttU d'<i BM tak>- kir.i!;. tfl
tba aotafl ar.d fel i i«ae fBBJea
PleaaSeei *on the Srßt rece, bet era
r«i •■ . • Ba BMftfa
V ■ -.•.•. - : • BltO
the strrv.ii. Dix;e Knigr.'. ajkd TUu i
»ere the avisßißS CB.T
Ibl BBBBBBC*!
- ' - r.«. tar t*o tW-«ta>; f".^r
I . half 1 g* fSWI *■- /-. M nta. 3«»7
cunt, ii to r> '-■•«•■ »• i i i" «• i
1 a"" . . 1 1* v ■ '-• i>. 7 to !. .'• !• I an<l
r. to c ■ "■ • ■ r . iJraadi. >> •■>
I. rt to i an<i :: la - * - aaa, i9l » V\aai
■r - -■ ■ ■ ■•« •* ■ Beai - ■ iiajh. i ji'V
S.:;'P*' Mat-h M:n*'er a lutca* alaqi ran.
>-'.-o:; . • • ■■ 'i.-'.r. ■ ■ •»- oMa an<l
upuira. "tie Batta ».">■•. I LNxta Kni«rh-.
M 8 iJ M '"iV- I. e\en anfl v;'. •» ■ •,
ru;:ii»a: r, »t to 1 |I* }|
on-1. H • < ''■ ■.-■■*■.•■;
rtaae. 1 il CtaMaWi «^<i Fiaa a A
: m ■ '« aJro tar
■ g ' • ,- r- A* M7[^ up .
ward*, us fW ':«-' «>•• .- • :•»-. "T^>.a>-;ra. 1"7
. >«_■■•' •ta2. • I . i • ■ .->■'
«ro»an. 1«C iB M'Tf 1 ."• f« 1 2ta 1 ■•
.. !(!"», 11" rj Rel4|. ]rt t o 1 4 .., ; „.. i
2 «-. I. ihirt Tim». 1 SIS P«stei Pa«l. R'«ai
«**p"'' ' ' • Da <n* '.ai'enf. fen
. .. « . :'■. • •■ • - . » pjeamnoni
n<«»ni"'». r ■'» i ' n ■'• ■ gpra ■:»»• ran.
I ri*.-ha«». fi
»-. • Ban -: :■'"'! •■ aattal »•**»
a.<]*e<l> ' • 1.'.l ..! l.nrb' I • ■ I
j «n<i im aron. BJaina >" - 153 ■; l *
p* r *i a *• I. i." ■" 1 * :4 «■•"!. •». • r -. . • »
I*l 1 1.. Kayaat « «o i 3 ta i a-<i *-m. thir<i
- , 4 ;•■ . - ■ •■•• ■ ang i tarn alerr
••, ittjcau Bot*.<" Kaaa a fl Ca>m < t-oft «'»•>
ran.
; - ■ reda ,«. lag • r -» ana iferva ">a'*
aM a..« 1 M— '*■ * v NliiilHl IV.i ,1> O _Vr*» .
!»"«J !•»• 'J Itei' 1 .,. Jto Irt ar\4 out won; »m>l.
M.% iJ. J>r»i»r(. Hn 1. : in ! m 4 ... . . -
•■ '• • IS •'■ I «. t.> 1 an 1 1 M
1 rhlrt T.n.». 1 9**. Ai*rnr>»t, BH9i »
;v ./. •■.-»•, '.. - .. .. a
r- ■. :■— nocfcje<l«». Cquat'on tr . •• ■
t>on »!•»» ran.
BJbU a - ' ■ - ' " ' ' Pa»«a Bar »hre- »-a
r-M, Bawl ur"*"*! ••'« T : *■ $Vft a<94*dl
:': ' "i" f : i»- • '. •- '.i «n^ am
Malia •■ ■' 7 "-r. Int. ] ti ■ a"i
„ , mer+trtfi .1 tig* i:m • : • ' x . •■•.
♦« V ■•■ «■ • - i::<»,
... a t# »r "f i "l:e"'-r|.>' nji aim -an
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
„ , la. S tai iaspada 3
. .« •
*• 1 n
NEW-YORK Dui.r rTjir.rvr:. synitmr. vrßif. 2r;. toio.
HORSE GRABS GARNER |
I Injures Jockey Who Had Ridden
Three Straight Winners.
____ -
FIRESTONE LEFT AT POST i
Props Himself at Start of Han
dicap, to ».'isappoint
ment of Crowd
Guy <;arnrr. TIM J" •"'.*• ■'. under contract to
the N*ew. BStla Stable, rode three winners at
Aqueduct yesterday, md missed ridj | a
; fourth through b*in- injured. He piloted
Zander. /.ens «nd R3MB to \ictory in j
quick succession, ». ' was aged by I
Printe Gal while at tie pott for the fourth j
rac» MbS was forced to cancel his encage- j
ni»n' to -''1° ■ "rash. ri'h romped home in
the fifth event.
Prince Gal Krabbed -iarr»r. who had the
I mount on Michael Anselo in the fourth I
'race, by th- forrarm. and so lacerated and :
1 bruised th* flesh tfaaj the boy dismounted '
1 after tl •» finish in su-'h pain as to bring I
tears to his <>'ps. The injury was not j
MrtOVtj ad :■• will be ridnjT a(aiD in aj
da> or two. b«l he dM not feel r-qual to i
takinc tr.t* mount on Crash, and so missed
ar^tiur winner.
Pat L»unne and his friends had planned a
• killing" with th« daughter of McQaa. as
she had baea working "great guns' in p:l
vat«», b^it when it was nec«*sary to >übstl
tiite Van B«nM:hoten they lost much of [
thato erTh'.siaFm. and the lilly went to the .
post quoted at 5 to I. She won Just the :
Fair'!, boaravcr, and won in m way to mdi- J
rate t! at si a is about the best and speed
lasi vuunsMT shown to date. She was!
i hardly mor« than galloping through the ]
la.-t f'^r'.-nE. and ran the half mil* In 48 .
se<ond«.
.nn;ng Widow, which remped home in ■
tba. mud a few aavs ago. «as tba quoted I
favorite at odds on. but she was outrun
;rnm the barrier, and was out to the last i
MHaM ta teat Vallonia. a Voter filly, a
h«*ad for the place. The latter acted badly !
lon the way to the post, running around la
' ctacaal «nd chains her tall for fi\o mm- l
ute*.
TIM handicap, fourth vn th» card. In
■ Bad! QSAMBf was iniu:"il, was further I
marred by the mulish actions of Firestone, j
tIM bom which baal Maskette in th* j
Aqueduct Handicap '.art fall. TV" son of j
Royal Flush 111 propped himself as the
; barrier was released and refused to budge 1
an Bm B. With Firestone l^ft at the post, ',
Princf Gal just pauloped over the course to !
: win as h* pifiased from Michael ArugHo.
BL C H;i<lr«*th. who saddled I ir- atOlaaj
j was Littc' .iirappoirited. aa ha bad ttal
'•""(i m perf*-. I condition. ;f looks and <
■«<.rk iiwmi'rt Bw anything. it was not Um|
■ ftr^t ume Fire.-tone had ai-t^d badly at the
! post. Bad an a'.-!f=t-*nt ?tart»r held him at 1
tba barrier with a twitch. H* turned him |
lOOM n$ tbO starter called "Come 01, ' an-i |
n^itl^er (at.BOfl* >Tr. t assidy was to ■ UN ;
tor tii<» unf'Ti.jnate occurrence.
R . ■ attttCT 1n tii« first race. 'a« ,
■ MBaVad about as a. .-ur«- rttiMT. and this I
• -pit« af a id performance in th* mu3 a I
Pra das~a ac He locked w»U .»nd raa
. fairly we!l. too. until half war down the j
ftretch, when he was knocked out of hi* •
■ 6tnd» and eat d 8 eri sharply that any '
r 1 , » hxd was ruined.
Wander ran back to his g-^d raca last i
Mopday. arbaal h* lad Wise Mason ****'! *|* )
a furlorg 1 from hoir». Ro«-kstone appeared
ta 'i*- • >:;m beaten a q'jarter of a mile!
from the hm«ii. bat the Rockton treltilnj? |
■tapptai under the weitrht.
Frank Mullens was tried and found want- ' ;
• ing for the third time at the Tie.'t: - in the !
second ... li* has a prcat burst cf spe«d, f
! but items unable to carry !t for li» ! a .
mil^. He rva? three lengths in front j es- '
•erday rouri'iir.c the eibow, tut, try as ba
. :, Ta; ';n could not nurse him to tho
l"^!— Zeu«, the Adam celt which won
tba Brat tAo-vear-oM race of the meeting.
satisfied the critics of his courage. Oamcr
'drew his arhlp 8808 after -■...: the rl- t
.r v 3!;^ m r co i t raapoi i to the call j
1 ■ '<v: flincliin;; and iar:» away from j
1 Frank Mullens in the last sixteenth.
Rustem ran the fastest mile of th* season <
v • n he turned the distant in 1:10 3-.'. In
. the third event. Ha Is not a big three-year
' old, but he is bU BOTM and game to the'
Sir esca appeared to have him
beaten corr.lnj? to the last furlonjj pnlff, but
ba kept on tr: ,ns and drew out just at
I • end.
Onatus bol:ej 8008 after tIM •tart of the \
.last ra -e and unseated King, but the boy
: was n"; inj.:-cd.
NO PRIZE; NO PRIZEFIGHT.
Milwaukee. April -The case to test th*
boxing law of Wt»con>Jn came up before ]
; Judge Brazce in the Municipal Court, and
'■was docMed In favcr of the defendant.!
K< ■<*. ■ CrouiwtJdl a !>■ a! NT
Tho ladflM ru>d that «vtMff« no pri2e or ■
chami.innshlp hing^.i on tba result it Mid |
not * BaTBBOd ii prfaaffj]
Aqueduct 'Racing Summaries
LEATHER ri.mn. TTlAri; r\-T
« ■ - - j - J», -„
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KSSSS- J !•: !3!?? SR, 'V: !1," -j X
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• n a-n had '•■- « . •-,-- .
■ c • - i - -l .« ta » , ' *
KDRA^B >«mi^ r*mr aai a half fartoaca Matt >»d «r«.
s
nju—t r,m rr f -, , , , r— — B»'!tr?|r _ _ |
r«* LMa 4 ins 4 r. »« n« m T, ?'l2 5 „ ,r ' r —
■ ■ -• ■ ■ !
Hmm r»r»« Bra c# ■ i Hrt;in»r- — — -
bsp--^ If -s J S ;. :. r r - -: »"« i
.^ pvotw« ...^ ttn to Qaji ni .. ,ok h' n > oft b> iim teat Hiliwa rrook*m ook*. k *
. • M aY «• -h. .t.rr. and a C atn imhii alag th- far turn. eaoM aal vvan ■ via h.n.iir,"'
' - .
."-,, '■■" art » ss a f ►-.» j~v.. ss.ins:S!3isss
* • • lark* htm
/ nt " r i tv Laß«tttopJ ■ - t :;; ;.asn-5 »-* I z
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.::::.:::::::S S S 4 4 • 4 • ;cr ".I \
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if,., ? «n mi - « BattlM
„ . ' -"■ „,.. • l « -"■ »?i i.,!;,. Opcn.Ulch.Ctow?Plac«.Bb»w
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• '• >.-i«» Mt.'i Called i ia ujm Uj # j .-«,.., i
SUPERBAS IO THE PORE
Loom Up Bigger than the Giants
at Polo Grounds.
SCANLON PROVES A PUZZLE
Holds New York Team to Four
Hits. Which Tells Story
of Defeat.
Th» Brooklyn Superbas loomr.l up MlfH
than th*» «;iants M the Polo Ground* fa*.
terday afternoon % and handed Mc'irawi
nln<? the bObjII tad of alt*] aear*. It was
th« u c ual Brooklyn stunt. After losing
four straight |MMI the team pulled to-
R«»ther and defeated the Giants so neatly
that they never really woke up to the fact
until th* BJBM ended. It was a fast team
that Bill Dahlen brought acmes dM riv»r.
and the Idiocy wa? Wall earned. Good hit
tinir combined •with brilliant fielding turned
th« tide in favor of th* Suprnas.
Scanlon pitched <in«» tell, and Ml delivery
completely bewildered the Giants. Four
scattered hits were all that he allowed.
Poy> and BridWtl] rould do nothing; with
Ira curve.", while Seymour and DevMn
manaped to connect for a single splec*.
Devore was the one New York player who
was perfectly at ease with tIM Mick. He
dro\« out two ."ingle?.
It developed early tUat til* Giants had a
pretty speedy team ;o deal with in th«
field, and this f«et became mor* apparent
as the jram«» went on. Tony Smith, at third
base, roused the "fans." He, made a one
handed stop of Seymour's vicious drive in
the second inning and shot the ball to
Da :bert like. ■ f!a«h. It looked lik*« a hit
artwa tt left th«* bat. Tf^ mad* another
brilliant play In fielding Merkl«»'s s;rouTid«*r
In the fifth inritic. \nuat made a HOaV
tlonal one-h.-uid"d catch of Brldw*M'« By in
UM 'ast Inning. Wtrtdl was marked for two
baset-. while Rurrh nipped a promising
drive off Murray's but in the eighth with
a lonsr, r-iT;tr,ng eatak. Both Daub*rt and
Berjrr>n retired the Giants m th« third and
fourth innings by cJr.-.-js catches of foul
Pie* ajfcea th» game was «t « critical
staK**.
Th» Giants wore strong In the outfiHd.
both Murray and Dlfm reaping in flies
which w»re well on th»* Way toward he ng
«a f <» hits. Fridwpll and Poy!«". howevr.
'••" anaCaa4y in the Infleld and not up to
form. while Wil«o n made a witless play In
the serond iininr. whirh allowed a Brook
lyn player to aeora; Thinking, per^ap*. th«
bas^"! v«n tall an<l that Da.uh'-- was
Ebmd at hom«\ he failed to tag- t n runner
on M<Tk!»n jr"r>d throw oC Bergen ■
an-ound<»r. •
"P';sr " Haymortd Im4 tO hsv» on* bad
inniiisr, althn:;rh he polled aal of two (Mica
Bißatjr. Daubert opened tbm fourth with «
thr<«e-ha^e --•-. I?. Baittk sr«'ind<»d to Ray
mond and th» v«m- York pitchAr hold th*
ru-mer on Third Whfta li<» threw Da.ibTt
Mil at first. McMillan also cround'd tfl
Raymond »nd r>anb»rt triM to «.;o r «». but
was tnpffMd and run tein, Raymond to
WOMB to I>vltn. The 'ast Parser) doubled
it- McMillan ar it«.-onfl «rb«ti tb« runner at
t»mpf«d to tak« mother ba£-> «n Urn plajr.
"V\"irh two out i- th« fifth taming a ahHja
and m •-ror oj|«i th* bases, but Murray"'
running Ci h of Hun » fl-- r«»irerj UM
Braoklya c r or-.i f»^ r -, n -. - r^« M — i
ir.r^n». ■aymoor misjuds-»d Hummei's
high fly and the ball fell *afe for a single.
Oaub*rt shot a car* hit by Ttridweli and
H Smith hunted M|My alone the third
base llt\ fli'ing the ba*eje. A r«stly paired
ball ailoweij Hurrunel to sro-e, and the
attar runr.e's advanced a base each. Mr-
Milan fanned, but Berp»n tapped to
Merkl*. ,-md the lattar ttaraw to Wilson
to catch TJaubert. \Vi!c On fai; e d to touch
th<* r:nner and a run was smred. Scanlon
and Sm:t.i were easy outs.
Devore. opened the sixth inning with a
■' nc>. Do>> UM-lltk-Cd an.l Murray walked.
AlthnqgH Seymour filed out to Tony Smith.
■eantoa pa«i«<=d bo*h Bridwrll an.i Dev!i;i.
forrmg I>vore across the pate for N>w
York's only tally.
T s.'ore follows:
BROOKLYN NEW T«">RK
T^rruh.-b o „p • • Dn«« If | »7 * i
T SmltH AA., 22 o -.- . ■ , . '-. ,> o
Burrh. cf. '» 1 •* o •"• Do*)* -„ n n 2 •> 1
WHaat. if. Iflso .. v irr« -• a..7 " o
Hum!!. 2b 1 1 ." 2 " S».nw:r r? A i \ fi n
Dantwrt. 1b 1 2 7 « « Pn.l«vell ...-..,- •» l
H.fimitli.rf • 2 2 a <"> Dr>|tn ta .>.•".,
MMi:'ui,H o o o 3 n M^rkle, ib " «n o n
P-r .r c. <» r> -o n vnajaa. P rt <» 7.1 „
Beaaloa. p<> 0 0 I .- .>> her . o „ „ 0 n
|Ra; mon<i. a a • # a •
Tacala .-;«•.»: 9 0 Total* 14.- 1« 2
•Batted for tvii«on - -v.. ninth trr.-.n*
Prook!vn * 2 a • a a a 1 •— a
New York O n 00 11 i 0 n a i
Tkna-kaaa Ml Daaaatt. fcnimi hit-Trum
mK. Stolen h a «e~.-.-u,^ r i>rt -n baaM -
P.r<v%kl- n, 6, New Y^rk. 7. r-lr«t r>««.» on «T.,ri
— -Brooklra. 2. D^ubl- piav, -RarmoDd Wilson
Dtnn anri rv>yi», WQaaa and Daylt Btrndi
mir-Rr aa.TTncr.rl. ■: by S^anlnn « 'Ba«»s m
lialis— Off acanloa. *. aS FUvmotM] 2 Pa««. <1
b*:!-Wl:ren. T!m<»-:.<:iO. I Tiplrf*— K>m aim
Kan*.
Standing* in "Baseball 'Race
yatio.vw. rvxi.ir «;.*Mns Tn-rMT.
Brooklyn at *ew *«rU
-«t. .J.mil* at rm«bur«-.
< Inrlnoati lit rhk«|o.
Bnttnn at PMl*<f*lr>hia.
nr«Mr» OF GAMES VESTKRDAI.
Hr«nU!in. ".; New York. I.
Philadelphia. S; R"«t«ti "
ri:t»t>ur«. »; «t. I.oni*. •».
♦ in-innnli v. « h ■••»»<» (rain).
> \tiomi. irv.ir STANDING.
w. i«. p. r. W. I- P. (
rbilnd»lphi« ■ 1 .imfm f inrinmtl . C 3 .*••
Plti-hn't „11 ,««n nrnnklrn . . 2 t .133
r 'llrMi ... 4 2 .M? Boston 2 I .33.1
!*ew Vorli.. 3 3 ..%•« !*t. I.oul». . . t 5 .IS"
PITTSBURG WINS EASILY
St. Louis No Match for Cham
pions — Campbells Fast Ball.
PHtSbnrC April 22. — Th» champion Piratfi
had no difficulty in taking another gam»
from St. Louis hara to-day by * scor« of
4 to 0. Conidon at th» start save Pltts
burc t^rf<» bas** on baJ'.s, and was re
lieved in th« second Innina; by Backman.
■who also Issued four cumplimentarlcs, and
■was found for ten hits.
Campbell, of Aberdeen. Waal played his
■rat full major learns game in right field
and made an excellent show i: g. Rjraa,
too, trea tried out at first ba.«« and prov«Ml
a clo»*> rival la Sharp* for the place. The
scor» follows:
rrrrsrwßG §T. LOCtS
r Ibpit *- r lh [» » •
Hvrn-. ft. l s x I • Haastea. :b « <> « 1 •
l^ach. rf. O 3 l O 0 Kirn. if.... a O 2 1 <*
';ark» If ft 1 : fl 0 O'llara. , ■* . 0 O 2 I O
Wasner, *s O r» 3 1 0 KonVh'y.tb '> ° '° a <)
Miller. Bit : ] « 0 Cvana. rf . . O 2 4 O «
Fivnn. lb. O O 7 0 0 PtiWns. c. . '• 1 S *> rt
ramp-11. rf» I : 1 a HoUaittt. aa a 1 on 1
<;i!wm, r. 1 1 «* <) o Barb'-aii. 3b <» rt 1 2 «>
Powell, p. 1 10 10 CU I HMI. p rt o O .". I
I Backuian. p 0 0 0 1 <>
Mala... tiisris o Totals 0 434 1.-. 1
PittsHjrsr „a ! nooo l 2 i- 4
St. Laefei •) 0000000 " O
Tiro t^>« ait -Uul«Tritt. Thr»e-ba^ hit— Ml'
l»r BjatrtSea f!!»>» <i«r»r. Fi>r:n. Stolen h8»»«
- Rvm» • an)pt>f!!. EUaa, Ifllliailll r>..ijb!« pla-. -
i'nmptv'l and 'iihdori. ri-«t t-^'e on b« — tyff
PMnII, 5. nIT i Kan. .".. off r*ai;knian. 4
Struct aat— By Powell, d. by Barkman I. First
ha»» on arm — Plt">bij-*. 1. f.»ft on ba*<*«--
P!rf<ih-:ris. 12. St. Ix>'il«. 6. Hits- -Off I "orridon,
1 In ■; » Innlnars: off Rarkman. 10 !n Ml iPn:n*S.
Tim* — "2. f ?>. I'mpir^d— *t Day and nrrrman.
PHILADELPHIA. 3; BOSTON. 0.
Philadelphia. Apr,, — Earl Moore's won
derful pitching waa th» feature of Philadel
phia's 3 to 0 victory over Boston to-day.
Only or* hit. a two-backer by Herzos;, wm
made off Moor« in seven !nninu.«. aftof
•which i" retired in favor of Humphries.
■who allowed no hits In the last two Inning?:.
Philadelphia won by mi\ine hits Will
White's passes »nd Boston - errors.
Th» s.-ore follows:
rHILADKI>PITIA. BOSTON
r lh po » » r Ih -" I •
Tlta*, If.. 1 l SO" M~ r ,-. if . o rt .i rt «
P«t»s. if rt • .". 0 <-o»llns. rf. . a rt 1 rt rt
Ormrnt, 3.- • • 1 • •;Be*-k. c* . « rt 3 a «
Mac* cf . 1 1 2 • • «h«-an. a . « o 4 3 1
R>n»M. 1!> rt « I # 6 H«rzn». "b rt 1 2 •> 0
Kna 2b •> I 3 1 0 gaiawatj. -- *> « 2 1 •
Doalaa, «■ •> 1 •• 2 rt M»rt»!. II <> rt 7 1 0
room, r . 1 1 i 2 9 r.raham. -. <> A 2 ! I
Moara, p . a n rt 2 ♦' White, p.. 00040
H'mph's. p • 0 • 1 rt »T.l»fu» . a a a a rt
•WaN ... I • • 0 «• i> mmts ...•••••
TMala... 3 «27 I «| ratl O 124 13 :
• p»«» • for Maara hi fl • «' •-•'i )nnine
♦Ba't*/i frr 'Uhlt- tn the ninth inning. tß*tt«l
"or M'->ran In Th» nlith Inning
rrnl.T^'rhia . «..•,.• 1 rt rt I—3
B'>«i n . . ■> '• o ■ a i ft 0 rt — v
I*>-bss« Bttl-HtlBK. Dwta, P^ t •« Hi»s-
Off Meor». 1 'n " inatri«i Paillfh * !itts— oilm*.
<J"-anf. Moore, P-ir>?f^M <ai - rtfl'-e f • . — Mage*.
**to)en ba**« Mii»«. Ssioran. rvwjbi- plßTa—
f-»-»»r»'-. >>»a:i j.n.i Marrel. Htz"?, l"aaaa arul
Mirr»l. p»--- an«l D<x>in. v • en — »W
'on. L. PhilaU'lphia. T. First Kas« • n balls — OS
Whlt». 7 off Moot*. 2 *ft Humph t - 1 -:-:•<
MS- «<-• ahit. j b-- Moor*. 2, by Hjmr"rtrs,
2. -•-» 1.33. L'mptraa — Rtsiar and Einsl>.
TIGERS BEAT NAPS AGAIN
Detroit Men Bunch Hits, Driving
Cleveland Pitcher from Box.
•"!«•. «!ard, April 22. -Detroit won from
Cleveland asata to-day, the score heirgr I
la v. Ti e Tiaara bunched hits off Link and
drove him from the box. Browning was hit
hard, bat his support cut off mar- runs.
Crawford's batting was a feature. Ho made
two triples and a sing!'-. Th* Man follows:
DOT . :t.evet«and.
r lb i>o a • r !b po » •
Mclntjr« .• •> 1 1 ■■> " :•.-•»•- If 1 <» 1 10
Bush. us.. X rt 3 4 •"> Bradler. 3b rt - * •» 0
I abßk rf. . 2 2 0 A 0 Turner. Jb. • 13 I 0
CfW4, rf 1 I 4 • (i t^joic. lb. . '• } 7 I I
r-'I-hy. 2b <> 1 1 4 rt Lartf. if... lisas
Morty. Sb <> 2 2 2 <• Clark*, c... 1. •. 4 S 1
T .!■ r.»«. ]h rt |U 0 0 B :;;h m. '01 2 <» 0
c c c S 1 • Ball. ML... rt rt 2 •_. 11
Ero*nln£.*> 0 0 0 4 0 Nlrholi.i •1 8 • •• <» •
jT.irk. p rt <> 0 1 rt
c. . . rt «> I 2 "
L-"r^r. c. . 001 10
•Btovafl .. . a • • • s
>'« - 5122715 0| Tctais... 2727 15 1
•li«:t.<«d Car Ball :n tr« «»\rnth lnn:fi»
p«troit .. .. eeesesei s i
Cleveland loooooi" — -
T <■■• **-' hit! -La|oie, Birmfaichaai Thr»«
ha.-» atta fiaiftaa. X Sacnrto*" hit« — Bra<i>y.
.'""'! aaaETtfaea — Stovi atii^n baa*s -
CtawfUtd, «.-. hb. Bijgh I>nubl» piaja T"irn*r
nn.j L-aj. no. Hj.;:. Turn* r an-i Ijijojo; Brnnniii;.
D«lehanty and Jonei I'tf.-hing r*.-orrt— Nine h.Lj
off Link •: :• 2-.: innings; :: hits off Ft*.- - in
:: 1-3 tnnlns*. Rrsr ba*a en bai'.s-i.mk. 2; n<-r
ST. I; Browntna:. - Struck cut — By LJn'x. I
nor, -, Rrownlnc ■". lyft on Ymkr x —t 'lev*
land, B; DttraU .:. Tuna — It? I'mpirea -
K«-rin and l-li*rMan.
AQUEDUCT ENTRIES TO-DAY.
riBST n\r>: ■• ing fnr fhre#- vear-«Wi aai '
■pward; t4'»i added, six furl.jntJ.
no>«I Onyx ■.: . >ann« a" Arc. ...... t IR
WBlta 1-J> »W. t. Ovfrton ...IIS
Maia. ra. 117 •A.iriurh* u«
L"-dK:n 115; 'Lull Oire . . I'«H
SEIOXD RACK - Hanrtlrap; for ir»r»i tbr-« ■
nar* old an.l uj'waM. |Lo«>«> adaaaaV Fv ~ •
aaja.
Roaa \><i«^n .... ...lltlVary Ds'i* ioo
Rl^hteasv lO7|roUla l^-\ \ >•
.leann- 'I'Ar^ . . lwi Kliiab^th Ilarrood .. »."» i
Also oltgihV:
Trance US Mcaaaaa .... lrt.3
THIRD RACK n>nim . tor t^" yjr-oli-i, *«no '
adifo-:. J'.->ur an<s * half furlongs.
CherMi •■■>7 M '« N>tt l<u
Afrne. May Irt4| «p»nn> royal a*
Hanaatfeß 104! *i a.h:n^»r , OH
f«ji RTir rv f: THE QUUUU • OUJCTT I
HAKOK IP; ' < three year afcti an >ip
»»1>1 fiaranipr.l Rrnga „ .». 11.900 Oaa
■ |lt
'ir^'na Qraaa 11l Zi»naj> Bl
Frftara .^m^ 1 1*1 Campaigner . >■
%raae« ll*. Aron<la.-k M
Magazine 109
PiFTir R«• t KUbb; Bar Uaaa-jraar-aali and 1
•ir^^r^. >4<">O a lip ! <e- »n • :r! Bga
•Berk* 117 Gran m :
*' . » > 117. 'Bonnie Krlao. . . tit 1
nXTH FAT )-ir r, ;a i<l*n tso-i »ar-c!<li; $*0O !
a4d*d FurF >ur f>jrlnnp«.
BkalUl Brail";. IV? .r:r!«» Mn - V . .. in*
Hj»l»' !«••; K'nspn . .. !'•;
Rartworth I* Dublin M- i«tr« 10* j
TV.tt. w-l l««rt B:ar.--h»> Kran.-r* trtS I
Rnva: Pfrmn' 1"»? stalwart IjliX .. .. ia> .
m ] Hoy . . ...... l"H|Twt.-k»nham ... ... I<VJ
Piavtaaa !'•> fj-nutT ■ j'i»n . . !«>.*'
Int.. rat . I-*' Tn-* , . . M '
Daaajat Mark p>Hj
•A; praatl ■ »!-o»i' ! •
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE RESULTS.
New P-K-n 4 Ha< '- ri T .11 innlndl.
Ka,; Rl\»r. •;. i.vnn I
!..^»ll. 3 Wwr »■<•!, 1
R;«.i-Kill. P ■ i .iroimfls. Ta <BJ T .".<> P. M
<;Un»» ii Brvoklys. *dmn*!^!i BOc
BILLIARD and POOL TABLES
-- » PRI'KS AND TERMS TO si ir
M Bl PPUIRS OF EVERY r»K
aT*" 1 ~\\ ■CRirnow. f!-:iMii:a bt ex
-*■" •:y/ PKRT mechanics
lie Hriin^icK-Bdlkr-tolleiKW Co. ol V Y. j
*!)- ,i U>«l 32aii >( . iir.ir llrntirtnuy.
THE TURF. ~
Racing
At Aqueduct
fn.HY fTCCK DAT I ni. M*T IJ.
HI ';i\N!\ii AT ■: M f m
Sp>».-ial rac-i Irataa mltli Parlor ' • ■ laaf < I
r lull st iii •.'M ij .v* t .•<>, t :>«» p m j
from riatfeajvli \ |1:10 A M |J -,'•
! - ' '■» ' r. i- m .t.pi.ing ii • (atrand ,
• * •"■' ' ■••' " V -'«'.ivja. irj!!i, C"3
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Cleveland . . 4 3 .57 1 < hlcacn ... 1 4 *«
JEFF BOXES FIVE ROUNDS
Measurements and Weight Are
Announced at Last.
Fen Tvjrr-- ; Cal.. April 22— T!i- hot sun
did not rherk James J. Jeffries In his train
ing to-day. Ba put on the stoves and
boxed five rounds with Berber and Arm
"tronjf. The latter tv* s w'llins; to quit at
the end of thr«^ round?. Jeffries was keen
for more, and Berber went in for two
rounds. Th» Koinj? was fast in both bo:t-«.
but Jeffries stood it well, and said he could
' keep up the pace for forty rounds or mo:».
F>re;er. while romlng out of the fBBdMi
i frequently landed a rich? upper«-ut. one of
Johnson's favorite punches. Joe Cboynski
( was an interested spectator of the sparring.
I He expressed himself surprised at th« phy
, steal Improvement in Jeffries, but said he
I needed some good. stiff boxing to put him
lin fichtina; trim. Joe's workmar tops will
axri\e, to-morrow, and he, »ill be ready to
ass«!im<» his duties .is sparring partner, if
■ called on.
In addition to the hoTin^. Jewries went
i through his usual routine or road work
arid gymnasium practice, covering teatwa
! miles on hi.-? morning run. with two ajas>
I* M of handhali later and a vigorous at
tack on the peacMaa ha jr. He won both
handball names against Sam Berber and
Billy Pp:-
Before MMn enter«d , n » LJ 11 naaaliai
this rr..>rnin~. 'Farmer" Puma applied Ui*
tape to the fighter, with U*l following re
sult:
Heiphr, « feet I', inrhe 3 : nerk, 1%: rl-.est
<normaJ». 45 : cIMM texpandedt. J».
*S; thixrh, X; calf, 17. ank'e. 10: bi--«>r'. Mi
forearm. Si wrist, a!*. IMs wi ? v. "was
given at 23» pounds.
AUSTIN LANG UATDER BAN
Johnny Taral Gets License from
Jockey Club to Ride Here.
At a m»«tJ7i* of th. st-wards of th-
Jo.key Club in th- Windsor Arcade yes
terday the suspension of Austin r.ang. r*ie
Jorkey. by the Jamestown stewards was
conflrme-i. Applications '■ - | .-.», we r «
laid on the table aa follo-v«:
Trainer-John Davenport. jo. : » «-J W.
B-r^-n. Clinton Watt and J. IT. Mc»;overn.
Johnny Taral. tli- son of m on--»)m
famous jorkey. Fred Taral. who rod*, in
this aaajatf - aid sir-roa^ r>-\\\ rid* 1 Den
this ••ar. licenses were gr a n*»d a3 fol
lows:
Trainers-*". R»»d. M. Burns. WTJBean 1
Attbeeßßj Kob«rt V. 80-i». Jr»-> aaTeafeaX
William H. Brooks. W. A. Burttsch-sIT.
R. W. .Job!-. J. CatBaMML W « . Daly. C.
De Witt; John Duffy. Jarn-s Bavtiti John
H'isrsins. John Kraaaaar, P J. Miles. .T. P.
Mayberry. K. W Moore. Fred > *"" M i"'lt. JL
P. Sir Adams, Samuel Pinkert. K. 1..
Rlte<«. «»eorc» Sutler .
Jo.'keys— OMfil W. Archibald, Bft-ert
Bowman. Norman Brook.-. T. Dav-ie*.
.i:»rpes D-nnison. Joe Dre--er. Roy Cstep.
Fred Fu-r?f. « 1yd«» Goidon. Fddie Orifftn.
Allan Lee, Dean Lloyd. William M"», iJuv
UcCartbr, Mart:n Oi«on. James Ross
Qu-en, 9 Rams»v. Mmotti Rossi. ATb»rr
tjmirh. John F. Tara?. J. J. Walsh, Al&ert
Pease.
MANHATTAN GH3ISS CLUB WT?"3
Defeats All New Jersey Team in Match
on Thirty-two Boards.
Although an eaeaOfOf shewing- t»s made.
the. team representing al! New Jersey
pivied no match for th- powerful Manhat
tan < -he*s Club in the btcr team contest on
thirty-two beards played at the rooms of
the Manhattan Chess Club on Thursday
n:?T.
The. home team. which included J. R.
Casablanca an.i F. J. Mara 1 won ti-e
matcli by Z n points to I*. with two a-ames
remaining unfinished fr>r adjudication.
WUlßail M. d» Vlmmr captained the Ma
hattan Chess Clqb team ar<! <">t;j« m Field
the one rrpres*?ntlnsf >.>w- Jersey.
AUTOMOBILES
We Demonstrate
On Fort George Hill
On High Gear
Ask Others To Do Likewise
\A7M guarantee that any $1750 Buick we
deliver to a customer of- offer for
sale uill climb Fort George Hill on high
gear as easily as some cars take the slight
grades in (Central Park.
d*-| 7^ft Buick cars climb fort George
•31IOU Hil | on hi n h qedr without
rushing for the hill and violating the
speoci limits to get d start.
"pYKRY demonstrator in New York
City knows where to find Fort George
Mill and should cheerfully take you over it.
if the car he is driving has ample power for
touring in the country and the company he
represents does not fear comparisons with
Buick performances.
ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION
OVER THE BUCK ROUTE
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY
BROOKLYN NEW YORK s r . U A PS
42 Flaibush Ay« Broadway at 55th St. 11l Hal««v
YANKEES ON THE MP
Beat Washington b> Making
Their Hits Count
CPEE INJURED OH HEAO
Quinn Proves Effective with Mea
en Bases. Which Keeps
Score Do -
Washington. .\or)l 2. -AHa««gß cv>
batt»d and ©uffleSded. MM X<rw XofX
Arnerlcans defeated Washington her". - >-
day by a *-or- of % »o 1. Watter .\otiumn.
who h.i always «•- n .* terror ••• A*
Yankees In the past. pltcn*r| for tlte Sena
tors, but he was no' entirely ef^cttt*
a«atniit UM vMHa| nine. The X«w Tor*
player* found hi;n f'jr j*e-,--n hits, wliteto
srere bunch-d W»i, en^uajh to w ' "«•
game.
Viulnn. the Tank»» pitcher, «m faoSaa)
for nine hit*, but lie kept them fairly well
scattered, and proved to b» M mr»%t e^»
fe ti-. - with men as the bases. ' -'•• wai
hit on the head hy Johnson In the fir?t
inning and was forc-d t-> nttra I*S«B tIM
jam".
Th- Yankee-* " -.ir-d t*o r-:ns in *•••
fot:rth taattiir. ffMst proved to be the, aM
Drefy period of the aame. G»rdn*r
_-■.•.•-•..- bur Foster was hit b7 <■>
pitched ball, and Austin walked. Sween-^
sin^lefl through short, b-jr Foster **a
raited at the ptar-. McMillan to 9tra«».
TIM latter was spiked and threw the ball
tngi^rd the pitcher. Austin running t>
third. Quiaa lasted to right field, scorinc
Austin. V.ii r 5-w-eney was .eld at third.
Quinn made a bluff to run to- second. aa«t
Street followed with a b! iff MaVSM an«a
trapped Sweeney off third.
A3 he start-d hor.ie, F-lNrfe'd chase«t
him toward the pare, bur. failed to <"atct\
zh" Bar, and when he started to null*
the tnrow there was no one at tise plat«
to receive it. and Sweeney <'-ored. Quin-i
went to third on the play. ifMupMlS
nalked. and the has** were fu!!. but <3uin-%
started home, thinking that M had
siarnalled for a «j«eexe play, but was ruav
r-.0-> n bj Stre-t and touched out.
The score fol'.OW3:
NEW TORK. "• >-•■ '"jr.-. V
r 16po » » rlr)rr»»ai
H-nip <-f ** ' 3»» •• M: 'in. <•* ."> 1 1 I 1
w,>it^r ' -• r» 1 1 o « 5.-ha«f»-. Jh t t i * <»
<hi»v ' !i> o 3t3 « • Ij»iiv»tt IT. •9 * • •
. ■-.- ':{. n .> •) rt 0 -l^•r»-l'l.3>> <» t 3 »♦•
I^icor*- If '► rt t •> 0 Oaaaaar, rf. rt I <»<>«»
';arin»r.2b <><>■■? ♦ ° I'lllb. t^ « 3 I • ■
irrgt.r „ •» ♦» - - ' M<*Bnde. as « rt « ♦ •
»:iartn'. r.t> 2 • • 3 1 .-rr«". c. » 111 2 2
jtw-apev <• I • ♦ * • Johnson. ? . rt « 1 .. >1
Wuiss. P- «> 2 O S «>• •KiKifsr . . n « »> 0 f»
Tattta. 1 tarn a '-»• 1 >su t
aaajtaj •- Hr» -•• ■ •■ - r » Bai ■»
9Ba atetl rtrtrt^AfOO — •
naafclnston •> • t <>•••• •— a
T-*f».Has- hit— Milan. TT»r»--baa- *!:•— Aaaaaai
5,,-rifV» him— Mcßrid-. T-aport- Stolen baaa* -•
H«nphill. A'istin. 3»«nnr >Zi. Qv'.nn <2). l^f*
on bas*s— Wwhlagton. 7. N-w V>r'». l« ""*
on »*::» Oft roaaaa S First base on »r-n .
(ton, 1 v-w T*r*. 1 Ht» by pifh-r —
pv I«hn««Jn. 2; tn- Qulnn. ' -r-ir <. «ut -T?-»
Johnson. £. b^ Quinn. ♦ P»»«~1 b«l!— -•--•
pttth— Johnaon. T}n?«»— 2: 13. Uaipir**— •
Fajan jri Cvana.
ATHLETICS SHUT OUT RED SOX
BHtr- April 22. — Philadelphia «hut •«•
Boston jv > ; -».->».: main » wall piagraa*
a^PT»> '- - aff»rnn*m. Kra » was partly
u'ar*" effective ■with men on bases. A t"*"o—
-<r---. an nut. at first and a angle fay*
Philadelphia, on* run in th- «Ktlv 13 th*
ninth an error by onn»ll. an att»mptefi
sacrifice. Harrsel • "ai-riflc- Baal Oldrtrw-*
trtr>le ray- th* v!Sito"» fro run*. T>»»cc'"»
follow?:
pmz*Aur.t.Piiis. S'.rTor
-II 1 } po i *. r 1!> po » »
Harts*' i- • • .1 rt « JJr^i, ••• tb " •> 2 3 1
.'•.•.•■•" L*»rl .T&> . «» 1 '> 3 <»
• •ollfrn. :b, t t 1 1 A --.•a*.- -• O 0 .1 ** •>
Baker. 3b. ■"»•■>• <> 1 ?rah! tb. .♦»•>» T *»
]">*•;«. Ib. n I ft rt • " *«ncr as •* 1 1 2 »
Km i«» n 1 1 2 ♦ ' XU«a, rf . . .rt 2 t « •»
Murphy rf a i 2 i «■ Harp—. >■».»><» a a *»
yiclovmi'm a 1 a l •» < ai-rigaa. c. 0 •> ■» ° "
* ra«. c. 1 0 « 2 Hal 1 . D •• 1 ' <■»
•L*» 1« 0 1 « • *»
" >ta . . 3 727 • 2, Taca:» » ism i
•Pa »1 ' - Hnip— in th» r.:nth ina:n«;.
rr. :!^»lphia ft « o o rt ; rt I t— .■»
Boston • • A ■> A rt «> <> n »-i»
Fir." -•••• in »rrnrs-B«at~- 2: PV.!a«J^tpli f *.
2. »'■ en bas^n -Beaton. 7. PMlaKMpttta. W.
K^rrr bas- r»n b*i;» — OIT Hal;. .1, off Ivraim*. .«-
Struck oat -By Ha -~: by K-st»-. *. Three
bas» hit— <">ldm*. T»'vl«j» hit* -Oi!r}nf. Nile*.
<*ollln». Sacrifice hit « — PpeaU-r. Harts*!. 3tole-»
baa»» - Lor*}, r^tahl r*vibie rl*y»— Ujl'.i™* to Pa—
rla: ImiP •■» r>avi« it. S> r«t» ■>••?»— B"
Knni> "MeCcnne::.. t — pire*— Dtasen ami Can—
noi:y. Tim» — 2:02.
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