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0 SWEEP FOR CUBS
Jgrr the Giants with Hits
TfiZi Count for Runs.
miTSE FAILS UNDER FIRE
«^e arc Devlin Hammer oul
• Hone Bnns with the
Basts Empty.
heavily and cleanly in th«
IJT * a chlcafO Cubs cleaned up th<
J^^ti, th* GUats by * 9 to 4 Actors
*\ mo Gnmafls -estenSay afternoon.
•** , d firives sent the runs acrost
rjtf* * "and *a!rly s«"»mp«s the hotn«
•» *!L tfr ha:: than the Giants playe4
sS t. -eia could not r* asked. Even when
S '^,"cr berc;* v avalanche of hits in
l*!!lrath inaaig the team pulled to "
Briatrel! iv.yle and MerkJe retlr
o*L> p-'d* -n-ith a sharp double play.
*ZL;v the team ha 4 brought a big
aof" far.s. who eeem not to have
s**' 6 . , he pl«rWi in iheir adversity, to
*«t by b^-i^ l fielding. Bridwell
** r*s the star, vhilo the playing or
fly.v wss a feature.
*X7g!*sus viere noticeably weak where
C^ts »*"• strong, namely, in the
** v Uerkle. in tk» second inninie. and
£^ in tie ninth, smashed terriSc drives
3r^t fiands for Dome runs when the
fL"*Urf £S oar a* a freshly sponged
ve'ver* •*<> rr ' ari a hit in th ninth
5i last cHppei the raOtag of the- left
Ujjc*"" 2 "' il bounded back Into the
j*T «5- a double. A=s:r. the fcase«= w«re>
•* "* r*. • , flia not make a hit until
sam£ » «*• I "' inth - lying easily ln
JC-v itttb t*o bhb on the bars. Doyle
%d~wt&iy to Cfteoce in tr seventh.
JJJS* tit sid* 1 . Mr BfcMi had passed
'«£ Jler«^ ana Devore.
pitdiery ww« « Sf>l3 durine the gajn»
Mtlrt aom* ' n convinced Chance that
liesct WBf OX* ->=?• P lace for Mclntir*
GJ*ats had tallied two runs whil«
L -rtf" ia ti& box. Kroh succeefied him,
jL^-2 the r^xt four i»rii n^ and aliowing
vof* scratch Mt He retired in favor
t attct: titter, ar.d Richie tinished out
Vj3* displayed Bterling form for six
tjihou^n the support which he re
,^s^ helped him cut -nendously. He
J^ Cubs runlfcss and allowed only
jj^or^ t? ar. !nmnt. He weakened
• injliiTtli. hoitever. The Cubs did not
gssßrW bay« a chance up to this time.
v- ♦»>«• turned to and drove in six runs
ti«or» frame.
ajtaaeld: led eff with a Eiagie, and
f^ fsve his " "'■ pass when Hoftnan
Tinker sent a sacri?. c f.y to I>e
w pzaizg Steicftldt to third, and the
$•£• ktthJ en Archers sing'.e to right.
•— trzivi then went ir, as a pinch hitter
ci tm t >m.: c. double to right le -1. which
fC EofniEri and Archer cavorting home
tte3 rciiowed wrth 1 safe drive, scoring
jnna:- ar<3 after Sheckmd had sin-
Hjto npht 2 eld McGraw sent for "Bugs"
jtrsand to he!? Wiltse cut. "Busts" was
st prticnUrly effective. He passed
fsT>>» - -; the bases, and Chance's
txj e=?te tc left fleld sent Evers an-1
O—kMrA s --- the plate. Steinfeldt
Una t grounder »oward Bridwell, fore-
CfciTir* at pecend, and was doubled
SafiT at first when Dcyl<?" snapped the
'£. t» sJerkJe.
"323*11 iaroceeded Raymond ir. the box
cd plched the last two innings. He- gave
lizai. a pass :r. the eijrhth, .nd singles
S Ttabrr Bad Evers ere respooa for
|»» fjm» rur. wh:> in the ninth sing-les
|lf Qc» %vA T:r.k°r and a double by
-" piled on th« acony.
"> Gisnts scor*>«l one run in the firPt
t±i. >»yore lead'.i;jr off with a sinci
dc t«ig safe at second wh*-n Tinker
c»p«d a Sac throw by archer. Doyle
rst<i vi. a It to Sheekard. and Schalte
■|IXBrni of a liit by a brilliant oatch
tttt •pn-»»(i «-■« -■ a s.icriaiv fly. s^ndinp De-
Ta^ to third. Evers let Seymour's sround
• tss through Jiira. and Devore scored.
feties lioai^ run answered for another
i-i fc the .«^-i>:id. In the sixth inning
tei Tia'ked. but w:i« for^t*d at -- vi.!
tlsyie's gro^r.d»-r. the latter beins safe
tSr. Murray singifO over second base.
EirDoyl*- to third, and he rame iiome
sfyjsour"s t»ounce»i oSf
«i r:n-. ... landed in left field. l>ev
•^ far the circuit in the iiiiilii.
i«)re fcliuf.s.
CHJCiOO. XETA* TOP.X.
atr It. jo ac ; abr lb po a c
f 9 .^ ;i 2 - 21!XieTore. ?. 311 31 0
SI 2 4 M(t Dcyie li».. 4 ■ « : 4 1)
?=tTr4« 0 1 «<• . ilarraj. if ■; '• 1 • <"J
gga »3 Sll 00 Serraoarjct 4« «• 1 oo
Hs*"'* 1 l 1 0 j Briawefl.w 4<« <• 4 4 1
VT ' " I * <io t>v;lt:. 3b. - 1 1 1 o<*
*^f «51 3 1' lo M-rkie. lb 2 1 1 « 0 «
Pr_- S 1 3 ■* i" T-=haf<T . OW O .1 0«»
f^aipl" o i> «<.i;i-ran<Uii p1 «» O ! 1(1
? - :«> I ti il; Meyers, c 3<> 1 3 <i 4 J
v ~ai2. II j „ oo^WlUse. p.. 2 » « 1 3 0
"*■*■ S- 3 1/ v v io rta'/ir.or.ii.p <> ,1 « « <> 1)
|£a'crass.lb 2 0 I 1 2O
*U^S»»n2J }t2 T0t5!*.. .334 62715 1
jj* 2^?* Kroh In eercnth inning. tP.an for j
ir.r:np.
5? « <» « r. n n ♦; 2 I— •
. iOrt 1 i o 0 *' 1 i> O — 4 j
-.";': Mw— ZOT- : -rni2T;. Hofmaa. M«;y<?rs. •
-^-Kcrii^ D-vlir,. Sacrific* hit—
JJVjJalea ba*»— Derore, Murray. Bey-
Ww^ ** **-"*•»— Chicago. T; New York. B i
SbS oa Cr ors ~^-' ca *°- 3 : Xe *' York. 2. ]
««212t Tn:ts * and MerkJ*: Doy!«. Bri<i- i
<=V£- rT kl £ ; Er i^«»-- Doyle and M*rkV? i
■*fcriTL^ 3 ba! '^— OS Kroh. 1- oiT Wilts-. 1
I tr^l " : .* BaTWW* 1; <^rr Cran<Jall 1. j
Kroh il* v.-«.i v.":. Pitch!
** I m^T McinTvr*. 2in 2 innings; off |
'*"£* : JiraTlgr - '& Richir. : in 3 ii nings: j
: a=2 .i"iS * 1 - 3 tueaa&i o?T Raymond. 1 j
~-»^»T^!_^ rr 5n5 n - cII - B <c - innings- Time
fiIES MAUL PIRATES
Hits Tell the Story of
>it defeat for Pittsfaarg.
]^T^^:a, June 14.— Philadelphia hit
. .' "i to-day, *n<J
M «»tt«d Pittibnrg by a rcore of 9 j
h^. * f «s*<J«»red to the 1 'in 111 by
'stla' r " -V ;•■:-.* tb« latter' 6 de- i
•^Jgj,* & on Ciunnitz - The ,
«Ti^s^". PnraBBURG.
£«,. <. :' T*Si* _ ar. rlbro a c
3 T^i - " 40 1 2 00
2^* . 4 11101
7 SO
j^r 411 s 22:
'• -• .->«, f, g 2 1
: . ~ - Mr 1
|O« 4 »•
"-0 G:tson. c... 401 4 20;
wuMcx. p. . nk <! 0 10
iVS^ =lTi - f- 30 ° i«l
W -- — _ H-*ttH -*tt no o OO
K*^ lor 'l^ * . rot * h! • -»« 4 73114S
■£?■.-••"■■.« I I ° ° ° 4 ° x -°
-,:■■• {..,_' °°0 2• J l—ll — 1 ;
jU^l^arxi.-^f^e Threr-bi*, hit— '
'MZ* in •>"?"«• Cempb*!! Hits OP
1 ' . i 4 in :
St.". * ■■••!■ Grant. I
a*fcVSl?iSi^S'*« Plays— Leach and
-,!!«>,-_ ;
Kiret b**" on '
Uw^^sV'i , cticl! - 2 Firtt ba«e i
Hit
S. 4 *£•«* M««idox
**ti. ras *-llsf c< t'C Vr ' raR Balk -Gmsi
t *•"■■»•- Jf.:.!«;., n and J
&1& AN<D LEAGLE RESULTS.!
Kg , "avferhilJ, >• e (2d m «,
i%JEO,NON-BiTTLIHG
-«- Tel. 2477 Spriß,.^
'Baseball Fight in
Three Leagues
TIOV4I iTIAGCE GAMES TO-DAY.
""^burir at \> York
Chicago at Brooklyn
St. L»uiM at Boston.
■nrc Cinrtnaat! a Philadelphia.
RESII.TB OF GAMES YESTEBDAY.
Chir» e «. 9t >>w York 4
Brooklyn S : fit. \^*a k o.
rhlladHphia. 9 : PKt«»»ur|t. 4.
Cinrinn&ti. 6; Boftion, 0.
v*T!ov\i LEAGL-E STANDING.
n . aT.E. p.r. LPT
S? :^teF SSI}!
rit.«.bur X 23 2! .512,80«t««.. . IT ."•! 154
AMKRICAX LKAr.rK GAMES TO-DAY.
>ew York at Cleveland
Boston at li.ir«i'
Washington at St. Loul*.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
RKSri/TS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Philadelphia, 7; S{. Ixjuis. 5
ri«-»-»-lnnri. 6; Boston. 6 (IS | nn dark).
AMERICAN LEAGCE STANDING.
W. 1^ P.C.; \%' 1,, pc
r5r 5 ' 11 "-: •• «0 14 ,C*'_> ( l. and 17 21 .447
rST^t '" M -««" W"«h«ng-n 21 27 .4»S
l»otro»t at 1J« «40 Chicago... lfl 26 .381
Boston... 2S 21 .32315t. Louts. 0 83.505
EASTERN LEAfiIE GAMES TO-DAY.
.l^r*w>T City at Newark.
Providence at Baltirnorr.
Montreal ut Toronto.
BnflTalo at Rochester.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Jer»r City. 8; »wsrk. 0.
Montreal. 6; Toronto, 3.
Providence. 1; BHltimoro. fl.
Rochester. 3; Buffalo. 2 (10 inn .
EASTERN LEAGUE STANDING.
W. L. P.C.i W. L. P.O.
Newark... 20 20 .585 Buffalo . . 20 22 476
Rochester. 26 lft .678! Baltimore 21 24 467
Toronto... 27 20 JJ74 ! Montreal.. 15 24 .385
Providence 21 18 .525 Jrr-w.r City 16 27 372
RECORD FOR SKEETERS '
! Defeat Newark in Quickest
Game Played This Season.
Jersey City defeated tne Newark team '
in a record game yesterday afternoon by
a score of 3 to 0. It took 1 hour and 10
I minutes to play the contest, and although
five hits -were charged against Ferry, who
twirled for the Skeeters, only twenty-seven
of the Indians faced him. the hits being :
j nullified by five fast double plays on the j
part cf the Skeeters. The Jersey City i
players? supported Ferry in brilliant Etyle, j
and this in great part, was responsible for '
the record-breaking contest, Hannlfan tak
ing part in three double plays.
McGinnity- who twirled successfully
against the Skeeters at Newark on Mon
day, went into the box again, and was
slugged for ten safe hits, which Included
a hom^r and two two-basgers. The game
was won by the first man up, Clement, who i
drove the ball to centre field for the home j
run. Ferry singled in the sixth, and scored j
on Deininger's double to left. The third and
last run was made in the seventh, when
the third lone hit contributed a run. Abstain
drove the ball to centre for two bases, ai.d
reached home on Butler's Texas le?igvr»r.
Every Newarker who reached first was
nailed at second. Bchlafiy was nipped steal
ing, and the others were caught in the
double plays. The score follows:
JERSEY CITT. ! NEWARK.
tbrlbpotc abrlbpoae
Clement. If. 311 0 0 0) LMmOm. m.. 301 1 40
Han fa-.,2t> 4«0 7 f. 0 'Mevess. rf . . 300 2 0 0
D« iii«-r. ri 403 0 OOlScMaP.v. 2b. 30 1 I 20
Hanf or<i, rf 300 1 001 K»l!y. 1f ... 302 1 00 j
Johnson. s» 30 2 2 7 0 Gettman. cf. 30 1 1 |O
Abeteln. lb 3 12 7. man, 3b... S0 0 3 10.
Esmond. 3b 3" •» 1 2 Aeler. 1b.. .. 20011 01
Butl-r c... 30 1 3 SOjCriss.c 300 2 30;
F>tv p. . . 3110 301 McG'nlty. p 200 0 3 <» ,
■ v | >GanVey. ... 100 0 00 j
j+Holtz 100 0 0 0 |
Totals .. M 2 1027 19 0 . Totals ... 27 062414 1 j
•Ba"T"1 for AC>r in the ninth inning. tßatteo j
for McGmr.:ty in the ninth inning.
j^rs^v ntr 1 0 O 0 0 1 1 O x— 3
N— *-ark i» «t 0 0 0 0 0 0 O— o
First bas» by error .Tersey City. 1. ÜBft on |
bases— Jersey City. 3. Struck out— By McGin
nity " by P<rry. 2. Home run-'lero»nr. Two
base "hit?— Abstein. IVininger. Sacrifice blt
< "lament. L>ot:ble plays — Louden. Schlafly anil j
*eler Johnson and Hannifan <3). Butler and j
Esmond. Tin- 1:10. rtr.ptrea Haltigati and
Hurst.
ROCHESTER. 3; BUFFALO. 2.
At P.ochestT X H - E
' PooJi*-«t*>r OO 00. 0 2000 I—3 11 4
Kuffalo ■ ...O O 1 .-., i 0 O O O—2 C O
lotteries— McConnell anJ Hlai: . Malarkey.
'•übuc. H«nitl .... '■ Willlauis. Umpire*— Flny
n<*ran and Boyle.
MONTREAL, 6; TORONTO. 3.
\- Tmwm ln X ]i - E
„,i«2I " o i « w S
h Toronto v o <• " - '• " • i— ■ '
Battorie* Wuuds and Krichr-11: NVwion. Smith
! and BIcAUwleT. rnipJrta— Stafford ar.J Kelly.
PROVIDENCE, Ij BALTIMORE, 0.
At EaStimor* — - R H - K .
Providence -..1 o „ o n o o o O-l « i
; Biiltimor^ ..V o " •• •• " " • °— r » •
Eattn4e« — Cr.min and ntaaerald Adkins.
Maiiov. Ksar. an-1 i:.-rs. Im^irfs— Byron a:id
: Mt-rrey. _
ATHLETICS DRAW AWAY
Bat Out Twelve Hits for Seven
Runs Against St. Louis.
SI .Louis. June 14. — The Philadelphia
Athletics Ticiu.-i-^l ih*>ir hold on first place
ir; the American League rac« to-day, by d-t
feating- St. Louis without half trying by a
score of 7 to 2.
The visitors hammT") out twelve hits,
making enougfc off Peity delivery in the
first inking to score three runs and driv-.
him to the bench. The score follows:
PHII^DELPHIA. I ST. LOWS.
abrlbpoaei abrlbpoae.
Ha-""*! if *> 1 1 «i O0! PMier. If.. 40 0 2 00
Holler c« 2 » • OJ; Hartxell.Sb 30 11
Collins. 2b 3113 2 0 M*e 3b.... 10 0 1 10
Baiter 3b r . 1 1 o ° ° Wallace - us 4 ° 1 H r> >»
Savis lb 3 0 i 7 0 1 N«mam.lb«l 212 10
SirehyrV 5O 1 2 OOiSchwzer.rf 4 0 0 0 1 J|
ft^«.*« 1 1 • 50' Horrman.cf 4 0 2 2 0 0
Spp\'c... 4Ofl« lolTru<UJe.2b 41 1 6 J«
O&.. p42 3 0 20:Allen. c ... «• 02 00
lOraham. p 30 0 0 11
•Mom .... 1O ft ° °2
itCrii _1 o_l JO_22
T0ta15..35 7122710 1! T0ta15.. .35 2827 15 3
'•Batt»- for All-n in ninth Inning. tßatted for
Graham In r.:nth Inning.
B-Earr --.it? s fsj $ts
T«o-ba«* hits— Baker. Murphy. Hoffman.
-«Vle Tru—dal*. FacrWe hlts-Hartsel Davis,
SSr^ evicts s
7^Jn'rt - Hit«— Prfty. 3ln 2-3 inning, off
f>^=. g; Pfcllaflelphla, 10. Tlme-1.45. U
p^cs—Kerta and f herldan.
FOURTEEN INKINGS TO A TIE.
niiilint June 14-Cleveland and Boston
played fourt^n innings to-day to a tie,
each team scoring six runs. Carrigan s er- ;
ror in the ninth allowed Cleveland to tie ,
the score. Speaker twice eav«<S the game
by his ™rk in centre field. The score fcJ- j
1OWS: ROSTOV ! CLEVELAND.
g.5'%"-" 0 « folnraof^Sb «0 2 2 «0
VioO(s. p--' I'Eaaterly.. 1 *> ° ° 29
kntrk oo fl o oo
ÜBall 01 oj>_oo
Total ■•■*>*» « Total....M«lfl«l 91
-T5;. l# d for Krueger in eighth inning
tpa^t-d d for FalkenbTrg In ninth innta*.
IRan f«r Flick m ninth Inning.
SSiS :fs:s:;ii::::t^
HaU n e«n 2 , ff3 t-Jjp-it
s*S^
Uflk *, f ln T n^-ba-e hits— Krueger. TaJk-
Ca*"*— 4vr«.e-b«»- Ppeaker. Engle.
Orifice hi^F«lKenberg. Stovall. ,
J i«ja!r '«'-&.*■
Giant* v*. PltwDur.
XEW-YORK DAILY TRTBUXE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. 1910.
SUPERBAS TAKE A TURN
Hold St. Louis Off While Scoring
Two Runs.
"NAP" RUCKER AT HIS BEST
Tightens Up When Hard Pressed
and Nips a Rally in Ninth
Inning.
Nap Rucker. who has fpw equals in the
box when at his best, pitched the Superbas
to victory over St. Louis at Washington
Park. Bronklvn. yesterday, and incidentally
spread a coat of whitewash over Roger
Rropnahan and his pets. The score was
2 to 0, but enough opportunities were
wasted to have changed the whole com
rlexion of the game.
A? a ma tier of fact, the visitors made
seven hits to six for the Superbas. but
Rucker was strong- in pinches and struck
out the opposing batsmen when most
needed. This v.-as particularly true in the
ninth inning, when the wily Bresnahan
sent in his right-handed batters in an
effort to start a rally.
Two men were out beforp things began
to look dangerous, but when Bresnahan
walked and Hauser singled to centre field
Rucker found himself in something of a
hole, especially with Mowrey up, who pre
viously had lined out a two-bagger. , The
big left-hander was equal to the emergency,
however, and quickly retired the batsman
on strikes.
Lush pitched six innings for St. Louis,
and was found for only five hits. Harmon,
who succeeded him. held the Superbas at
bay, but the damage had been done.
Lush was responsible for the first run
scored by Brooklyn, as Wheat drew a free
pass, went down to second on a wild
pitch and scored when Hummel singled.
This was in the first inning. Brooklyn's
other run came in the fourth frame.
Lennox walked, but was forced at second
on Bresnahan' s throw to second of David
son's bunt. MeElveen then came along
with a single, which sent Davidson to
third, ajid the latter scored a moment
later on Bergen's long sacrifice fly to
Evans.
Bresr.ahan caught part of the game, but
later went to left field to let Phelps handle
Harmon's curves.
The Chicago Cubs will be in Brooklyn
to-day, and the Superbas are counting: on
making a better stand against the league
leaders than the Giants. The "fans" on
thi« side of the bridge are hoping that tne
Superbae are not counting without their
ho«.
Th* score of yesterday's game follows:
BROOKL.TX ! ST. LOUIS.
abrlbpo a abrlbpoa-
Burch. rf . 20 0 1 001 Hugging. Zb 40 2 1 10
Bant*Tt.lb. 40 113 001 Ellis. If 300 1 10
Wh*at. If. 810 4 OOlPhelps, c... 100 3 0 0
Hunimel.2r> 40 1 2 2o;Oakes. cf..300 1 11
Lennox. 3b 300 o 00 : Za-tvr. cf . 100 1 0 0
Dav«nn.ci 3112 oo Konetchy.lb 301 8 0 0
McElx-'n,SB 401 0 40! Evans, rf.. 20 1 1 0 0
P«r«r«-n c 201 5 10 'Hulswltt... 10Q 0 00
Rucker. p. 301 0 5 0 Bres'han.c.lf 30 1 S 10
! Hauser. ss.. 401 3 10
! Moti-rey. 3b 401 o 2 0
I Lush, p . . 200 0 10
! tß'tcher . 100 0 0 0
] Harmon, p. 000 0 0 0
Tctals...2S 2 27 12 0 Totals 32 07 24 8 1
•BaTtsd for Evans in th» ninth inning.
tßatted for Lush in the seventh inning
Brnnk'vn .1001 0000 —
St. Louis 00000000 o—o0 — 0
Left on bases — Bt I-ouis>. 8: Brooklyn, 8.
Two-base hits — Mowrey. Davidson. Sacrifice
hits — Evans, Burch. Sacrifice — Benaren.
First base on error ßrooklyn, 1. Stolen
bas«s — Dnvidror. McElveen. Bases on bal's
—Off Lu?h. 2: off Harmon. 2; oft Rucker, S.
Struck out —By Lush. 3: by Harmon. S; by
Rucker. 5. Wild pitch— Lush. Hits — Oft
Lush. 5 in f> innings. Time — 1:45. Umpires
— Klem and Kane.
CINCINNATI, 6; BOSTON, 0.
Boston, June 14.— Cincinnati shut out
Boston her/? to-day by a score of 6 to 0, in
a slow game. Gasper kept the- hits well
scattered, while Frock and Parsons were
batted hard. Beck's hitting was a feature.
The score follows:
CINCINNATI. BOSTON".
ab r lb 1.0 a c' ah r Ib poap
ll'-^her 52 3 1 Oolllna, If SO U r*. OO
P*akert,cf 4M '< 2 lUjH^rZi-gr. 3b. : . 0 0 3 11
H'bl'r'l ll> •"• - 2 M 0«l Sbarpe, lb. 4(I *> 12 1 •>
M'chell rf 4 O 2 8 0 0 Miller, rf . . S<» " 1 «•
Eiran. 2b. :i 1 <• •': SOJSbeao. 2b.. i«> 1 4 3»>
D'ney, s- 3 1 v 2 - : j BecK cf... 4" 4 1 0 0
MrT<sn c- 4it 2 7 2 o Sw'ney. s* 4>» 1 1 3 1
Wdrutr.ll< 4" •' 1 30- lirahaiii. > 30 ■ 1 I*
3a*i/er. p. 4 0 1 » U" Frock, p . . 2O <> . 1 ft «>
•Smith ... 10 »> o 0»
Parsons, p. l» 0 O 0 20
Totals .M6827151J Total? .310 t»27it}2
1— —
•Batted for Frock in seventh Inning.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 1— «
Boston 0 O O 0 0 0 o <• O— 0
Two base hits— Hoblitzell. Mitchell. Gaaper,
Ivsci-er iiome run- Mizell. Hits— Frock.
7 in 7 innin«s: off Parsons, G In 2 innings. Sac
rfflce hits — Egan. Paskert. S'o'en base — Paskert.
Double plays— llnsss Sbean mi<i Sharpe;
Sw«cner* Shsan an-; Bharpe- I>eft " n ijas -
Cincinnati. 8: Boston. 7. Fini base on balls —
(iff Frock. 2: off Gasper. 2. j
GrcL*)e>send "Racing Stimmaries
WEATHKR CLEAR; TRACK GOOD.
nt>!T r>i,-K F,ir fillies and mares three veara old and upward; ?400 adde.l. About six fur
fong" ?ta7t /ood 1 Won easily . place driving Time. 1:10 V Winner, b. t.. by Golden
Maxim— Ridicule. Owner, G. 11. Odoni.
Post ' Betting ,
Hnrl . p os Wt St. »* V* * Str. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Clos?.Place.Show.
■Jm^T*** 6 107 8 2> 2» 1" 1% I 1I 1 McGee . . . .3-6 3-5 1-2 - -
£'■ i a!',* 9 '*> 1 1" 1» 2s2 s 2« 2> Nlcolal 12 20 15 5 2
Royal CfP 1 --^ jj* f 6% 51 44 4h4 h 4 Shilling... 3 4 4 8-« 3-*
Jeanr.e d Arc... 3 111 > ova *, 5g R4 Gordol f .. . 3(> 50 B0 12 B
°s- 5 *7 6 8 8 717 1 7% 6* Hoffman... SO BO 50 12 4
«^;^ ir ,ir 7 M 5 4' 4' 8' 6' 7» Moore 50 100 30 7 8
£ *¥L t^L« 1 f>* 8 9 9 » 8 8" Ural 30 50 60 12 5
Nunda .-'.". '.'.'. 8 5 977899 Garner 40 60 40 10 4
Mil Le\-v'racH in close companj' with ttoolcasta most of the way and proved stronger
4^ ia-t .'ftwmh Roral Captive, always close to the pace, had no excuses and probably ran
her raw O Em* closed a big gap and finished stronrly. Jeanne d'Arc was in close quarter!
for half a mile.
«v/ivn Rirr — Handicap- for three-year-old* and upward. $600 added. Oa« mile and a b:x
teenth Start jroorj ~ Won easily; place driving. Time. I:4S. Winner, eh. c.» by Maza-
Van^a-Ciar. Owner, Chelsea Stable.
Pent i Betting «
«^™» Pos Wt St. l « H % Str. Fin. Jockey. Open. Hl»h.Clo«e. Place Show.
vS 1 95 1 2- 2« 2« 1« 1* Lang 5 6 4 7-5 3-5
Martinez 6 100 4 3' 34 3 3 2> Gamer ...5-2 3 3 11-2
fSt O rt 3 105 3 1> 1» I 1I 1 2 3 Shlllinr ...5-2 »-• 4 8-5 8-5
2?» Ton 6 100 « 4" 4!" 6 S 1 414 1 McCahey.. .6-2 13-5 2 3-5 1-4
£i*-Jht Ou'een" 4 »1 » B% B» 4!- 4« ■» Reid T » 8 S J
SoVks^one !" 2 92 2 4» 6 5- 6 6 McCabo.... 15 30 20 7 »-2
Martinez raced around Cohort on the turn and came away to wla as he pleased. 6«a
niff outlasted Cohort, which was stopping, but hardly ran to his best form. Hill Top ran a
fiulj race and appeared to eulk in early part.
th'RD RACE —THE HANOVER STAKES: selling:: for two-year-olda; value. $1,500. Fiv«
and ■ half furlongs. Start eood. Won §ralloplng-; place easily. Tlm«. 1:07 H. Win
ner, b. c. by Sempronlus— Fllrtlneer. Owner. Newcastle Stable.
Post r Betting -^
Wr ,_- Poe. Wt. St. y» >4 H Str. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hish.Clo»e.Place.6how.
nincer Mark... 4 97 2 1» 1* 1« 1» 1« Garner ... 4-5 4-5 U-20 l-« —
S^t!c - 3 94 4 4 313 1 2» 31 2» McCahey... 8 10 9 8-5 —
mT£ Nett" -.1 10» 3 3* 4 4 4 3!> Shilling .7-5 11-5 2 &-2O —
Mr riollghtiy .. 2 110 1 2- 2> Si 2* 4 Reid..*.... 7 12 12 2 -
Danger Mark made a show of hi* field after shaking off Mr. Gollghtly. Heretic ran a fair
race under good han<3lmg. Miss Nett. cut off and pulled up two or thre* times, failed to come
en in the stretch.
r-nTTRTH RACE — THE BROOKLTN DERBT: for three-year-old*: value. $3 .0n0. One mile and
r m Quarter. Start good. Won driving. plac» lamt. Time. 1:07. Winner, br. -. by Ethelbert
—lonls. Owner, S. C. Hlldreth.
Po»t , —Be* — v
uorie Poe - Wt - St. 14 H % Str. Fin. Jockey Open.Hl*h.Clos».Place.6how.
nnimatian .... 2 122 2 4 B^4 3> .2> l\ Bhtlling. . . 3 S 13-6 11-». —
2S itnnmUL. 1 122 I 2' 1»* 1* lb 2 » Garner.... 8 41M 7-10 —
£??<-.! ... 4 126 3 14 V 2" 3' 3» Power. .7-10 »-10 7-10 1-5 —
Etarbottie""-- -• 3 114 4 3» 4 4 4 4 Dugan.... 80 100 60 10 «-6
Dalmatian cleverly rated behind the pace for six furlongs, moved up steadily rounding
th« turn and 'ou;laste«i Prince Imperial in U*t sixteenth. Latter, shut off by Sweep on first
,„" rac«d Into the lead In run up the backstretch. but the effort told. Sw*ep had no ex
cut^s and wa» beaten on his merits. •
r-TiTH PA'"E — Handicap: for two-year-olds; $;00 added. Five en>l a half furlongs. Start
pood Wor. easily: piece driving Tim*. 1:08?*. Winner, b. cby Woodnymph.
Owner. August Belmcnt.
Tost ,— — . Betting -v
Horse pos - wt - St. H U i» Ptr Fin. Jockey. Open. High. Place
„-"", " ... 1 103 3 Ik 1* 1* jt i» Dugan..... 4 5 *-2 7-6 3-5
w'rbW ""•-• •• 5 94 2 2> 2« 2» 2" 2 » McCahey. . . 12 20 10 3 6-5
Aldrtan " .--• 3 113 6 41 4^» 3' 3« 3' Powers.... 3 5-2 4-5 1-8
Aldrtan ••••• .... 4 111 1 6 6' 4' 4» 4 ' C,arn«r .7-5 2 J»-5 3-5 1-4
r«»»rDu«« - 11«» 4 5« « . « h 6' Shilling.... 3 4 6-2 6-5 1-2
eyzygy •-• ••• ■fl 10 * '' 3 ' 6! f)1 6 Walih .... 15 20 25 7 .-\ 2
* Whin shook «ff Warbler half way down th« stretch and came on, to win easily. Aldrian
made ud a little ground, but never threatened the winner. Zeus, slow to begin, rar: a dls
pointing race and can do better. Feather Duster had a stormy Journey, b*lng shut off twice
on backstreteh.
civth RACE.— Selling, for three year-o'.da, $.W) added. One mile and three-«ixteenths. Ftart
*ood Won driving; p»*fe sama. Time. 2:01»». Winner, blk. c. by Sir Dlxon— Dordlca.
Owner. Mrs. 0. B. Terrtn.
Post v ♦ r ' Betting —
Horse Poe - Wt. St. t ** % gtr. Fin. Jock*y. Open.Hlgh.aose.Place.Show.
1 1! *** si i «***! i j
The Peer.- 3 I 2f i) 4> 6 " * l Osrn*r 4 »-2 lfl-6 e-5 3-5
Harvey F- 1 | I ppp 3 * 5 * McCahey.. .5-2 ll j 1-2
"«•££-. *■■' $ - 5 5 81 fltl McG* ....8-5 3 3 11-2
Kmi«rankl« ... ■ B 103 7 7 7 7 7 7 King 40 «0 «0 20 10
liandv Dixcn, wnaer good handling, moved up strongly around th« turn and euuramtd Keep
vovine in nna) art* e.- Haney F. tired chasing the occe. Ta« P—t wu badly lnttrftr«<J with
roundlfi* tn« turn, juit as Garner mad. bis mov* -,t, t
SWEEP BEATEN IN DERBY
Dalmatian Races to Victory
Under Clever Handling.
PRINCE IMPERIAL SECOND
F. R. Hitchcock Squelches Ru
mors About No Racing at
Sheepshead Bay.
James R. Keene's Sweep was deposed as
king ef the three-year-olds at Otaw d
yostoro'ay. and S. C Hildreth's Dalmatian
crowned in his place, for the time at least,
after the running of the Brooklyn Derby,
at one mile and a quarter. In a test that
was decisive, if not altogether convincing.
Dalmatian defeated Prince Imperial, with
the Futurity winner of last year a badly
beaten third and doing his best to keep
August Belmont's Starbottie from earning
the consolation end of the $3,000 purse.
When Sweep won the Carlton Stakes, a
few days ago. Prince Imperial went to hts
knees at the start and was left at the
post, while Dalmatian was interfered with
and badly tangled up. Under the circum
stances the race yesterday was watched
with more than ordinary interest, as fur
nishing a truer test of three of the
best three-year-olds of the season. Sweep
was beaten on his merits, but did not ap
pear to be the good horse he was on his
last outine, due in part, perhaps, to the
dead, cuppy track.
In some respects it was a race of jock
eys, with Shilling, on Dalmatian, showing
to good advantage. He rated his mount
for six furlongs, while Sweep and Prince
Imperial wore fighting for the lead; moved
up on the far turn, putting Powers in a
bad pocket, and made his run when
straightened out in the stretch. In the
final drive Dalmatian proved stronger than
Prince Imperial, and just at the end drew
out, to win by & length.
Some horsemen were disposed to criticise
the hasty and somewhat precipitous ride
of Garner on Prince Imperial, but the boy
had Instructions to go to tha front, and
go to the front he did, at the expense,
however, of taking a lot out of his mount.
Sweep outran the son of Orlando, wh.eh
was under the whip even so early in the
race, and shut him off rather sharply
rounding the paddock turn. Garner took
up for a few strides, but. pulling to the
outside, sent Prince Imperial racing around
Sweep in the run up the backstretch, and.
not content with this, opened up a gap
of two lengths rounding the far turn. Ail
this counted against the colt when Dal
matian challenged in the last furlong, and,
while he struggled on under whip and
spur, he could not hold bis advantage.
Dalmatian beat Sweep in one race, as a
two-year-old, and the son of Ethelbert
proved his class and quality yesterday, but
for all that another meeting is looked for
ward to. and The Turk and "Waldo mu3t be
beaten before Dalmatian can be accepted
as the best of his age in training.
In order to settle the disquieting rumors
that have been floating about, F. R.
Hitchcock announced at the track that the
spring meeting of the Coney Island Jockey
Club at Sheepshead Bay would be held a3
scheduled, opening on Friday with the run
ning of the Suburban Handicap.
Martinez, which ran one good race ana
one disgraceful race at Belmont Park,
proved himself more than a useful horse
by the ease with which he defeated Sea
Cliff. Cohort. Hill Top and others in the
second event yesterday. Lang waited be
hind the pace to the far turn, and when
he let his mou'it down it was all over, as
Martinez fairly romped to the judges.
Garner took Sea Cliff up in the run to
the first turn rather than take a chance
of being carried wide. anil the Clifford
four-year-old, wnlch raced in Gngland last
year, never seemed to settle into his stride
until straightened out in the stretch.
August Belmont showed another fair sort
of two-year-old n the handicap at five
and a half furiongs, when Whist, a winner
at Pimlieo, beat some useful youngsteTsin '
U'arbltr, Aldrlan, Zeus and Feather Dust
er. Whist i? a racy looking colt by Single- ;
ton— Woodnyniph, which will bear watching |
in better company.
AUTO NOT PERSONAL PROPERTY
Albany. June 14.— Attorney General O'Mal
ley advised the State Board of Tax Com
missioners to-day that under the Callan
motor vehicle law owners of automobiles
will be entitled to exemption »n the cur
rent year for taxes on such vehicles as
personal property.
This opinion settles a large number of
disputes which have arisen all over the
stale between automobile owners and local
assessors regarding the right of the latter
to assess automobiles on their tax rolls
for the current year.
NEW KING OF THE THREE-VKAR-OLDS.
S. C. HILDRETJTS DALMATIAN, CONQUEROR OF PRINCE IMPERIAL. AND
SWEEP IN THE BROOKLYN DERBY.
TIGERS FACE OLD STARS
Six Princeton Captains Hold
'Varsity Nine to Tie.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
Princeton. X. J., June 14.— 1n a game full
of interest a baseball team composed of old
Princeton stars held the Princeton 'varsity
to a tie score this afternoon. The alumni
nine contained six former captains of
Princeton teams. They were "Randy""
Sides, of last year's nine: "Dutch" Meier,
now coach of the 'varsity; Sammy Reid,
whose playing at shortstop is still talked
of at Princeton; Cosgrave, Welles and
"Cap" Kafer, all of them stars in their
time.
Underhtll did the twirling for the "grads,"
while the "varsity used all three of its
pitchers. Steve White started the sranfe,
but was not in his usual form, allowing
two hits in the second inning, which,
coupled with an error and a passed ball,
netted three runs. Greenbaum and Woodle,
who pitched out the game, could not be
touched, and only two men reached second
base after the second inning.
The 'varsity players made only six hits
off Underhill. Sterrett and Warwick led
the batting, with two hits pa.-h. Meier
also had his eye on the ball, getting two
pretty singles.
The score follows
•VARSITY. ALUMNI.
abrlbpo ac abrlbpo a. c
Ballin. If.. 4 10 0 10 ; Re«H. ss .. . . 400 2 10
Bard, rf... 300 1 lOlCosgrave, cf 40 0 4 0 0
Warwick. 2b 5 12 0 50| Pearson, lb. 400 11 0 0
Woodle.cf.p 40 2 0 10| Meier, If . . . 41 2 1 0 0
Daweon, c. 2 1 0 3 IO Sides, 3b... 411 1 2 1
Warner, c. 000 3 00| Welles. 2b.. 4 00 2 0 1
Cun'ham.ss 300 2 3Oj Underhlll. p3 10 0 KO
Bterrett, lb 2 0 115 02i Warner, rf. 20 1 1 0 1
SBWhite.Sb 20 1 2 21 ' Bowman, rf 10 O O 0 0
SVWhite.p 100 0 Oiv Kafer. c 300 5 2 0
Gr'nbaum.p 10 0 1 2t>
•Reed 10 0 o 00!
Lackey, of. 100 0 00!
Totals. . .29 Stt27lß 3j Totals ..3334 27 11 3
•Batted for Or»-»nbaum in sixth innings
Alumni 0 3 0 0 0 <> 0 0 — 3
•Varsity 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-- 3
Stolen base-' — Ballin, Warwick '4>. DaWBOU.
Meier (2). Sides. Welles. Sacrifice hits — Bard
(2). Warner. Cunningham. Sterrett. First
base on l.alls Off Lnderhlll, 4: off Woodle, 1.
Struck out — By S. V. White. ;t in S inning*:
by Gr«enbaum, 1 in 3 innings: hy \Vn,»!l 3
in 3 innings: by 1 nd^rlilll. 4 In '.< Innings.
Hit*— Orr S. V. White. 3: off Greenbaum. 1.
Pass^il b«!! — Daw son. First I.;.*^ on errors—
Alumni. 2, Princeton, 3. Tim* I 4.*.. Umpire
—Van «'!t-*»f
WHISKBROOM WINS ABROAD
H. P. Whitney's Colt Scores at
Opening of Ascot. „
Ascot Heath, England. June 14.— The As
cot meeting opened to-day with the social
side somewhat beclouded, but with every j
promise of most Interesting racing. There
was no royal procession and the royal
stand was closed. The attendance was be
low tlie average.
The first race of th*> day. thf* Tri;ii
Stakes, of !■> P"\'»-rtMßns each, with 500
sovereigns auded. for tiiree-year-olds and
upward, distance, the Hunt Cup omrse
• seven furlongs and lotj yards), was capt
ured by Harry Payne Whitney's three
year-old Wbtskbroom. Dean Swift was
second and Yeiiow Slave third. Eight
horses ran.
GEAVESEND ENTRIES TO-DAY.
FIRST RACE. — Selling: for two-year-olds non
winners at this meeting; J4CO added. Fly«
and a half furlongs.
i War Jig lOrt'-fgn ....100
Warwick 100 J Tsabelle Cast.« 9»
! Ladasette 103! Whin 9t>
I Hermetic 102 Indora 99
i Flying Feet 102 Fair Mls« 00
Crash 101 > •Valeric 9«
S£COKD RACE. — Handicap; for three-year-olds
and upward; 5600 added. One mile and
three-sixteenths.
Joe Madden 113 Hampton Court P3
Fashion Plato 11l ' P»tronli:B t»2
Pretend 99|Fauntleroy 90
Also eligible:
Klnjr James 130|Glucose .. 100
j THIRD RACE.— Selling; for three-year-olds and
upward; $500 added. One mil© an.l an eighth.
Bonnie Kalao 113 Hampton Court .... 101
Pins and Needles .... 108 The Gardener . . [\ ". 101
Montfromery 106 j Petronius . 93
Cohort 108 1
FOURTH RACE.— THE TREMONT STAKES;
for two-year-olds; cross valu« $6,500. _\bout
•six furlongs.
Babbler 126|Antenor 115
Blackfoot 115!Doncast»r ""115
I Meridian 115| Footprint \!ll!S
! FIFTH RACB — Selling; for thre*-year— and
upward non-winners of more than two races
in 1810. *.V) 0 added. One mile and a six
teenth.
Aunt Jule 113 ! »Sandrian .. 103
i Quantlco 110 i Jupiter Joe .. "103
Critic 100 county Fair ....".'."103
Montgomery 108 j Tha QanhiiHi ... ."103
COwdin 107 ; 'Imitator , 102
Lad of Lanrden . . 10T>' Harlem Maid 101
Sir CI«VM 108 . Harvvy X .'.'.".' ."9 ft
Bad News 103) Hampton Court 95
'Lord stanhop* ... 10.V Our Hannah ." " 94
Balbek V3alley slave " &j
•SIXTH RACE— Handicap: for all ages- $500
adfi«d. About six furlongs. *
Plr John Johnson... s*a Cliff 102
Resttgouche 11« Hampton Court ' M
Magazine 112 Shannon ... ""** vi
Tim Pippin 109, ••-.;»
Also eligible:
Fltz Herbert ISSJ Berry Maid 05
Jeanne d'Arc OS|
•Apprentice allowance.
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THE TURF. ~~
RACING JOCKEY — ' 1
MVrmV/Mi^\j track
Special train leavea E. 34th St. at 12 50 j
P M. Trains from N\ T. skis of Brooklyn
Bridge via Cth Aye. Cuivir "I." Road. Subway I
paaienc«r« transfer at Atlantic Aye, atatlon for
X'" road. IP. U. boat via. 30ta Street Ferry. j
BOUT GOES TWO ROUNDS
Goodman Knocks Out Joe Bedell
in Double Quick Time.
Jack Goodman, of the West 31de. knocked
out Joe Bedell, the Brooklyn lightweight,
wuh a right hook to the jaw in the second
round of a scheduled ten-round bout at
the Fairmont Athletic Club of The Bronx
last night.
The clubrcoms were filled with one of the
biggest crowds of the season, scarcely a
single chair in the entire building being
unoccupied.
There was little to chose between the lads
physically. They were about of the same
height, and both welsrhed in at 135 pounds.
Bedell recently boxed "Harlem" Tommy
Murphy a hard ten-round bout. Murphy
having only a hair line shade the better of
it. and then took the much heralded Cali
fornia boxer. Frank Picato. into camp.
Goodman has been winning his recent
bouts with machine like regularity, and
has been demanding a match with Murphy,
which the latter has steadfastly refused
upon one ground or the other.
From the outset it was easily seen that
Bedell was .■«\>ping with an adversary who
completely outclassed him. Goodman
danced in and around, forcing him to make
false leads and leave wide openings, of
which Goodman neevr failed to take ad
vantage. H^ worked a short, snappy left
jab to the head which drew the blood from
Bedell's nose, and kept the latter's head
snapping back like a shuttlecock.
Bedells oye for distance was poor, to say
the least, and most of the few leads lie
made fell short. Goodman, on the otb>r
hand, r.evei made a false move. He picked
his openings and sent in his punches clean
and hard.
The end came after^ about two minutea
of boxing in the second round. Goodman
poked his left into Bedell's face time and
agnin without a return, and then shifted his
attack to the latter's body. Bedell tavotd
his gnanl for a fraction of a second only,
but it was fatal. Goodman whipped over
a left hook and Bedell went down ft* four
seconds.
He ros« t,. his Tret, but ran into a right
that sf-nt him down for a similar count.
B«-<i'-U was 'n iI"-S|jeiate straits, but fee
tried to fight back. Goodman then mea->
•iri-,] the distance and shot ovtr a t>-rriflo
right cross counter, and Beilell f»-ll to the
mat. where lie was counted out l>y the re?
• re--.
CARS LOST IN BAD LANDS
One Goes Up in Flames in Run
Around Long 1 Island.
Forty-«ix of the fifty cars that started
out so srayly in the around I.on? Island
automobile -;;n yesterday mornina: at 5
o'clock from Madison Square Park in this
city quartered last night at Shelter Island.
Of the other four three \v?re stalled in
the sands and amid the scrub oaks some-
here near Southampton, while one had
expired in a bur^t of flame that created
considerable consternation for some time.
The luckless cars that were stalled ap
peared to have lost the track. Searching
parties with teams of horses were out look
ing for the cars last night, but without
findinp any traces of them. The scrub oaks
throughout that waste of sand cover miles
of territory, and. like a labyrinth, blind
roads lead into their depths, and there
many an unfortunate automobili^t has be
fore this lost hi 3 way. Those at Shelter
Island expect to hear from the lost ones
this morning and may wait for them to
come up.
So far the surviving cars have experi
enced a most successful trip. From Mad
ison Square Park the journey was along
the South Shore Road of Long Island.
Luncheon at Three Mile River allowed of a
pleasant stop. Then it was on to Montauk
Light over the bad lands. On the way
back across the Hands the three cars lost
their way. The others reached Shelter Isl
and with everything in splendid condition.
GLIDDEN CAR DID NOT STOP
Frightened Horse Ran Away and Wom
an 's Skull Is Fractured.
Frankfort. Ky., June 14.— The first re
ported accident of the Glidden tour 00
curred near Jetfs Station to-day. wh»n a
horse attached to a surrey occupied by
Mrs Maria Hedrick and her son took
fright at a contesting car and ran away.
Mrs. Hedrick was thrown out. sustaining
a fractured skull. Her son says the car
ibat caused the runaway did not stop.
AUTOMOBILES.
A Decided Victory For Knox Cars
We announce with pleasure to owners of KNOX CARS and to
prospective purchasers the result of yesterday's hil! climbing con
tests at Wilkesbarre, Pa.
w/ftTAir ■■■■■■■I fSccond successive and nnal contest
KJVtIX lfl/INS 1 *™ the Hollenbeck Trophy
fl.l^Vr/% WWI^J ]_ Time> 1:53:0 2. Won by F Belcher.
r/tTAV lirimrr ("Over all other cars having cylinder
KNOX WINS { displacement 451-600 cv. inches.
L Time. 1 47 02 Won by L. DMi M
I/MAY lil/Il\l€ /Event No. 3. Runabout Class.
IlilUA WllHtjl \ Time. 1:52. Won by F. Belcher.
This was the most severe test of automobile stability, endurance
and power of the entire season and proves that KXOX CARS
LEAD. Each event won by absolutely stock models.
KNOX AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
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AUTOS SPEED UP HILL
Thousands Watch Cars Flash
Over Tortuous Course.
DE PALMA SETS RECORD
Fred Belcher Wins Second Le£
on the Gold Cup in
Fast Time.
Wllkes-Barre. Perm.. June H.— The ZZtH
national hill climb up Glant'o Despair, u»
der the atiapires of the Wllkc3-BarT« Ao
tomobile Club, was held to-day and enjoyed
by fully fifty thousand personal
Ralph De Palma, driving a 205-horse-^
power Flat car. made a o«w record over
the course, going th« distance of 6,f<o fa«C
I at a rl3e of TOO feet, with one sharp elbow
and an "S" turn, with the grade* fr«>m 1#
to 22 per cent, in 1:252-5. breaking by three
seconds the record established by David
Bruce Brown in his 389-bor»epow<»r Beaa
car last year.
A Warren-Detrott car* driven by Tern
Berger, the first one up the hill. wa3
ditched near the mountain hou»e. about
half way over the course. The car skidded
on a short curve, where the roa/l was
sllshily oily. Berger was thrown out ami
hart a narrow escape from serious Injury.
Two wheel 3 were smashed and the mech
anism badly damaged.
The Hoilenback trophy was won by Fred
Belcher in a Knox Giantess, the time hem*
1:52 3-3. the fastest ever made by the win
ner of the gold cup in this race. This is
the second time Mr. Belcher has won thl»
trophy, and If he takes It again next year
it will remain In his permanent possession-
A Benz car. driven by Ed H»arne. mad»
a single trip over the course, but the tt»
ers failed to catch his time. In • second
attempt, when about half way up the hill.
the car wa3 stopped by a slight accident •
and put out of commission.
The summaries follow:
Free-for-all — Won by Flat. D« Palma,
flriver; time, 1:23 2-3 <ne-v record for course;
former time 1t31 2-5). Second. Chad*tc'jC.
L*n Zen&ie. driver; time. 1:37. Third. Knox
Giants*?.. L.. A. Dlsbrow. <lrtv»r; tim«-. 1:45 1-5.
Fourth.. Kr.ox Runabout. Fred Belcher, 6rivMS
time. 1:48 2-5-
Stock chassis, 151 to 230 piston dlrplacs
m«nt — Won by Oakland. H. A. Bauer, driver-,
tinie, 2:17 2-R. Second. Reno. Frank Martz.
tlrlver; time, 2.21 1-3 ThinS. Maxwell -T.
1 M Costello, drtrer. ti:s«. 2:.W Four-..
Maxweil "Q," M. S Donnelly, driver: ttsa>a>
3:03 2-5.
Stock chassis, 231 to 300 piston tfisplaee
ment — Won by Marmon Thirty-two. Ray Har
roun. driver; time. l:5Ol-5. Second. Pope-
Hartford. Robert Johnston, driver: tfm*. 2:05.
Third. Pullman. H. P. Hardesty. driver: tiin*.
205 2-5. Fourth. Pope-Hartfortl. Emil Holt.
c driver; time, 2:12.
Stock c!ia«3is, 301 to 450- piston displace
ment — Won by Knox. Fred Belc.Wr. driver;
time, 1:32. Second. Marmnn. Harroun drivrr;
time, 1:54. Third. National. Aitk-n. driver;
time. 154 2-5. Fourth. Xat:onai Klncaid,
driver; time. 00
Stock cha»ri«. 4r.l to «00 piston 'lispl*c>»
ment — ny Knox Giantess. L. A. L»isbrow.
driver: time. 1:47 2-5. S»<>on-T National. J. D.
Alticen. driver: time. I:si Third. National.
Willie.m Tousey. driver; urn». l:-Vsl-5.
Stock cars>. selling for from $2,000 M iS.OOO.
carr--ingr fall equipment —Won <B) Knox run
about, Fred Belcher, drS»r -im*. 1:53 2-3.
Second. Matheson Six. Guy Reynolds, driver;
time. 2:00 4-5 Third. National. Thomas Kln
cald. driver, time. 2:01 2-.1.
Cars owned hy members of the WlftWi
Barre Automotlle Club costing- und'r $2.000—
Won by Marion. Ed Habblett. dri.*r. tlra».
2:lJ> 2-5. Second. Maxwell "Q." SI. S. Don
nelly, driver; time, 2:48. Third. Maxwell • T.**
T M Costello. driver: time. 2:55 4-5. Fourth,
R-jral. W. C. Moore, driver. tlm«. 3:rts 2-.">.
Cars owned by members of the Wilkes-Barr»
Automobile Club, costing: 52.001 or mor« —
Won ov Matheson Six. John Turner, driver:
time. 1:49 2-5. Second. Knox, Fred Belcher,
driver, time. 1:51 1-5. Third. National. J. D.
Altken, driver; tim«. 1:52. Fiurth. Popw-
Hartford. Robert Jiohnston. driver; time.
2 04 4-5.
"open to any par comr*etina[ in any event
except the winner of first prize in th>% fre«
for-all raf*e — Won by fhadwick. Len Zengle.
driver time, 1:37 3-5- Second. Knox Giantess.
L. A. Otsbrow. drtver: time. 1:44 2-5. ' Thirti.
; Matheson Six. Turner, ditrer; tirr.». I:4*.
Fourth. National. Altken, driver; time, 1:53 1-5.
ENTRIES FOR GRAND PRIZE
Six Foreign Cars Named — Dar
ing Pilots to Drive
W. X Vanderbilt, jr.. president of the
Motor Cup Holding Company, under who^e
auspices the Grand Priz? race for the Auto
mobile Club of America is to be run this
year, announced yesterday the receipt of
three fantaa entries from Italy and thre«
from Germany.
The Italian cars entered are thre-? Fiats,
to be driven respectively by Ralph •«
Palma. Felice Nazarro and LouL» Watrn^r.
The German machines entered are three
Benz cars, to be driven by George Robert
,s<>n. Louis Hemery and Barney QMI -
OFF ON GLIDDEN TOUR
Twenty-3even Cars Start oa
Long- Trip for Cup 3.
Cincinnati. June 14.— Twenty-seven cars.
about half the usual number of startera.
lined up for the word when the 1310 Glidden
tour of the American Automobile Associa
tion started from Government Square here
to-day. Of these fifteen were contestants
for the Glidden trophy and twelve for the
Chicago trophy, a prize offered for ma
chines in the runabout classes.
In addition to the contesting cars ther»
were three automobiles for officials of t!-.e
tour, four for newspaper men and several
for emergency use. One of the newspaper
cars carried block, rope and tackle, and. in
addition, a big box on the front, bui'.t in
two compartments, and labelled "First aid
for the injured."
The route of thi3 v»ar's tour. wMrh i? t*«
seventh in the Glidden series, covers 2.361
miles and passes through thirteen states.
Ixmisville. June 14.-The breaking of a
right front wheel of the Cois Thirty " -ar
was the most serious accident exp^r »- ■->
by any of the contestants in trie Glidden
tcur from Cincinnati to Louisville to-dar.
This accident occurred thirteen miles from
Louisviiie. when the driver. A. P. Martin,
tried to avoid a buggy. The car wa3 penal
ized 1,042 points.
Seven other cars contesting ?> - ■ - J
den and the Chicago trophies wrr» penal
ized for minor acidents.
The l»?2 miles between <:nctnnati and
Louisville were covered in 5 hours and 48
minutes.
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Syracuse. 4: Binghamton, o.
Troy. «: Seranton • fforfeitedv
Elmira. 4: Utica. o.
Albany. 5: Willtes- Barre, 4
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
Indianapolis. 3: Kansas City. 2 CIZ Inning*).
Minneapolis. V. Cotnmb'ia. 5.
Louisville. 4: St. Paul. Z
Toledo. S: Milwaukee. &
AUTOMOBILES.
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