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m PENNANT HOPES
r^nts Win Two from Irttktyn
- Eve of Western Trip.
||YE TO FIGHT FOR FiRS'
jfnming" Game Goes Tr.irtecr,
Inning's, but Afternoon Con
res" Is One -Sided.
'" pisplsylTifc a form which raised pennant
japes iz the hearts of thousands of "'fans"
•fee Gia-* ? " wo:; **** third and fourth vie-
Tflries 'n the scries of five games •• i ill the
aracK&a Superbas sit the Polo Grounds
— c-crdav. It took them thirteen ir.r.iucs to
«s 0 t:-.€ trick by a score of C to 5 in the
jnornin?. while the infants received a
■ggbtfal spanking in the afternoon when
,'i,e big beys" turned and wallored the visi
fj^Tjy £ score of X 2 to 1.
•- |t%as an ■asptciona farewell. I^st night
- . sf tf zrz left New York for a series with
goston. and then another long trip through
.\k* VTert, with Chicago as the first stop.
tjjyfitbrfr double victory, while the Cubs
Pirates wr re breaking evtn, the Giants
to within a game and a half of
g£ leaders. If The present j^ace is= only
gyfnta.tngd rroyr* ols * r « bright for the
The- Gicr.ts played such all arouud. pood
lill that It was difficult to Mncle out any
c~e faitcre. Perhaps the most important
<•* nil was the hitting, and a bouquet of
,vcnty-two safeties was gathered in the
r»o fames. President L.ynch lifted the
egression on L>eviin, and the sterling third
j u£eriar. was back in his old position in
:tre form. Another particularly bright spot
;.i:i the liorizon was the playing of Becker
■in the afternoon paw. Kucker bit Murray
P:hc- morning game and iaxned him
:t!y. so that McGraw decided to give
rest. Utfcker embraced the opi>or
•:t:;y tc make pood, and did so in a way
ifcrt left no doubt as to his ability. A
tr:p!e and a double was his record at the
:«•.. trhilc In tin? field lie played a game
•hi; was second to none of the outfielders
:r. '.:•* league. Seven brilliant catches wer*>
tret::Tsd to him, and his fielding was nolli
<rz shnrt of wonderful
A r.cTJ must be t-aid of tl><? ■_•■•
y:Trr;>:rr : ; work of BndwelL The fart
~T^lFe shortstop continued in the form that
I tli* feature of the playing of the
=t;fcrr.:s for several weeks. In the first same
: V Sid tea assists and five put outs to hi.s
-«T«c:t. The grounders all came Doyle's
war in the afternoon, and the doughty
Attain accepted nine chances without an
.error.
!t took the combiped strength of ilathew
r« arid I»rucke to defeat the Superbas in
■_~e pioming ?«irae, which was by far the
. insrr iriteiesiing-and faster of the two
iensiests. Drueke got a bad start when
Dxltoa, lh« J:r^t rn*an up, walked. A
dost.;* by L>aubert. a sinple by Wheat and
l couple of outs tallied three runs. The
jrothfc! twirler pulled out of a bad hole
:"-. . :he second. wSien, with tiro out, the
* 'VP.ors filled the bas'^s. but Wheat grouiid
j;* .'l'-:' to l>oyle. retiring tl:e side. Then
r'TJ^ke tightened up und put tlie Superbas
eiit :a order for four innings. In the »-ev
cith a pass and a single 9 liini in bad
tpua, i-jv he polled out without a run
Via? smored.
la the :..c_ : tim*. the Giants had tallied
rocr -runs and taken the lead. Murray
T.ss h'.t at the opening of the fourth in
nn? sud Seymour walked. A single by
J»cvlin brought Murray home, while
3J*t«>',- Fiuele scored Seymour. In the
RJETJth led oft* -with ii double and
2»yk- ■jpalleed. ilurray':^ double scored
Sctiinn**!-' Dirt Hisf6«perl?«s tallied two
itoi-* 1 runs on their otth aero-ant In the
::.z: •■ \A'heat drew a pats, and Hummel
i zi.-;-- i trd stf>le tecond. Lennox's singi*
brveght both home.
The- Giants ti«ti the score in the eigiith.
L"ri»j^ell -walked, anil trit-d to take third on
fceylir/s short fly to centre, and was out.
Brt Devlin t r *ojt second on th*s pl»y. stole
ttJrd and camr .iiomc when Tony Smith
aeffed Merkle's fly back of secojid ba.^*'.
Ma:-; went int r » the hux at the opening of
?ae ninth, snd it n^s the samr old story.
yjick.Dali'-.-n led uff with a. double, but was
.'r4*£Ti of! second on flatty's quick throw
:?* Cridweil, ■^•hiie Da'ibfrt and Humm*!
■sip^ck out. The Snperbas went out in or
"f^:l?" the rest *>f the gatne. Hucker
* »ekter.-ti up at ii,o struggle T.ent on.
"■' :*h i «jae yut in the thirleenth Bridwt-ll
•j-'.:LI«d t« rifrht field and scored the win
snr rji! on Merkle's line drive to centre
: i
- -■-<- Becaad gam« «a* a slaughter of tfa«
f^JWcecte. \l: ih e life seemed taken out
«? tte Br«okl\-n nine, and they were help*
fees !; tl« ha-rids of the Giants. Otis
Sail added arcth^r victory cf his own
'^rri'ns:. pitching tlie entire- nine innings
ti«eriiB S form. He let ti.e rteitors down
ft-i 1 , f: " acatjered hits. They never
iJf*:H have scored at all. h't-ymour mis
pteetl Claeat'ci high fly in the first :n
;- :•:•:»: ihv runner g«t to tliird, so
* - :» could score «o Humraei's
ScauJon, wtten he is right, is supposed to
g*- a tciTor ior the Giants, but they de
gate^ blni !^t wt-frh end knocked him out
f *- c bn * »a «n inning end a half fester?
'-*•- is"ktr s iri;;i« ; <n d singles by Snod-
P***. Serraoar and BridweH scorcc! tLrec
J?W Io the Jirst inning, ilerkle's triple
single at th«- owning of the
***td finished him, and Kneizer was sent
Tnc Jatter was no match fbr the
' ci *; »nd thiey added seven more hits
£**£ f o»ai of tii which they had made
S-cffr.iou, ccortog- twelve runs during
*** rrijj*: iii!jiij'*s.
follow:
:cri-l tirlfcpote abrlbpoae
?*3r- ■ir € o l i «>Oiij£itcn. rf . . ?. l i 4 00
fT^« ii.. ;h. i ce|L»aut*rt. :b«n ir. «o
Cgfmf.. rtCil i oOj%Viita?, M...823 I flO
:g«ur,cf Mo - o 1 HuJJWKa. 2t. 5 11 li CO
C** w5 J 2 1 1^> 2j I>»nroi. Cb. 60 1 62 0
V -■• *- C 1 i i 2C«ilJav!ison. rf 500 nil
??*. It. €t«:iG I«jT. Emllh. s(4«<) i 7 2
■■"*» • c- 302 • jO;»ergea. c.301 ! 10
eSgf--'- 0J« 0 "OjErwin. c 2*^' 1 I<>
V* ; c - -""'<' " st':ii-JCk*r. p.. 501 t* 10
.«C6fc 2^ 2-J «; Totti* i4Sfc*SS 1!» S
*?S lXl X OtTerm ir. ite eeveath iccin^. -f Two
:"*—^ »:r.:.)»ig run u-&s scared.
EiJ** oo#5o« 2 i o o b o l— «
»*•-■ l(iUO4«'J!0O0(i«-l
S?*^*** 'i-»— >l«j-*r*. Murray. ]>a»on, Brid
»**■ i .* tcr - 5c - hiu—Hara;.*!, Drueke. I)a.vld-
S*js>^*'^ a t'^^-i — T. Sraiii;. ile>«rrk. Jiuintuvl.
r — <ra ijnee*— Brookiyn. fc; York,
it^* ll^ **•? or: ♦rrf-Tf— br-joklvn. '2: New
•w/" *■ I^iiijit i-lay*— l/ructfc. fJri»lw«»!l and
*« 1i : H;rr --' ! aa-I Casbert-rScqrl*! UrirfwH
r* y^rkn. fcrmjc* <«;t — Uy Kurter. 2; by
Kc>lr : •* Martiewna. 5. First ba**;- oo
fe -4-V • H!l ! - Mt'-ticr*— ltv Orucke. i «r«iitcn>;
: *'-- S piarrmjr. ..... V.jii pitcb
•.f*t, / "■«'-•• HltM^QJl mucke. : In *i tumnK*;
- 3 ia i ii;iiin«»u C«jdrc»— O'XWy
c-tni.-:..c -tni.-:.. T:r..-2:4'>.
AFTUHNO-jr; GAME.
." Krv,' yoHK. BSOOXL.TX.
V* ll^ l 2 3 1 'iVUtiior.. rf.. 4 0 '» 3 <><1
12i~ ri "* v< " ' H.4OS 4 Ji
fciyßxa. i •. <» <) : i j vvti»-at, »r. . . ■» i 2 2 1 o
w"J'' !! 4 :-; i.7 00; llumnit!, 2i> 40 ! 1 o*l
."ij^i :< i- ; i t»o.i>»Tjno3f. Sh. 40 I 3 -'•'
""■i5 r< ■< <• 0 «• <■■<»•> ; KavJt].«cn. cf 4<» O 2 <'«i
'ftZ! - i »»- 1 1 2OU.T. fcnnUi. t*3o« <» 31
,r"f/. tui „ Q „ oOCJErvIA. <;... 36ii 4 .5 2
g**v-ii;- 1 o «< •toOi.-jcanl'm, p.. U0 0 >i <Mi
55S- -"i r 2H«o!Eu<!Uer, >.. nu: I 21
•v : *••-- Si 13 27 6! i Tv-.a'.5. . . .S3 i 0 12 S
K|«* 3 - •■:> :^a-«.M?3 r-; 2
♦S^" 1 - 1 - 1 J <. .. <• '„• »'O <» o—l
j^jy^*-" hit? — OrajaJaii, Heotc:. 6iw>fl»r»E».
•4» 4 iJiJ "^ Wit '.\'Ji.E». ii<:.i<r. Mcriii?, Licr.
{•iV^ o*^^!.^0 *^^!.^ i;:.>- -Devlin. Crcr-dai:. Eennoor.
'"X ti "T 1 ' 1 ' — !»•• Piflrtr. lyfft oa
ii »^, ■'•*'»-Jyr i . i : Jseiv Vorit, i.'. Kirn ba«e
••; \. ■' t h"-fh "-f y-j.-^. 1. Htrjt-ic out — By Knctzrr,
'- fr''!* 1 ' 1131 - :: Ra»« on toll.— ««T Kut-tz;:-.
•J ; ■'"-•' .WU-i-.Kr.etz^r t'. Hite Off t^iiitlan,
; '•^•»i, '*" ; " r * ; •'- Kn«zrr. 7 in 7 ::;uJ«J£a.
**»; t"**' r I*. I?. K. V. Ain».-rk:an» \s.

"Baseball Fight in Three Leagues
'\ O 'V:, T . |'.' ; !" 111 : ° A>n:S TQ - I>AY - i AMITTUCAN- UUOtm .'AMIS TO-DAY. IHSTKR.V LKAGirK GAMES TO-PAY.
IlrasUjii at PhilKdHnhla j Koston at »xr York. Jersey CHj at New«rV.
Clm -ißoail at -"•>,.,,. \ I'hltadelphia at W»M,ln g to». | ''"'"^Cl^« ''&"k
KKSVI^k ... r.AMFr*v«U I »,Vfv rS 1 RKSLXTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY. j Montreal at Rochester.
XcVr > ■-. ■- VtL.klvn 0 """"^ j !««r York. 7} PhH lelphi a . 3. I RfiSri.TS OF CUlrii Vf>TIH!..IV.
>civ York.' 1*- Hr.M.Uh!, i I'iiilmlrlplila, 8; pie» York, 1. Jersey City, 7; »aark. I.
rUtHbnrc a- Chirac..' ••' l*«*rolt, ::: CJevelamJ. J. _\>w:ir'«. S; Jpr^y City, s
<lii.ai',.' '-.- VUiXurr - Clerdand, .-: Detroit. 3. i iT.»vidi-ncr, 14; Baltimore; 3.
"^ii-SK^v-, gpsKKSa&.i. Buffalo. 5; Toronto. 4. 5 .
>.' r.' -„h"i, . k ?'« • K;>ston. S; W aJiingt ,»d. 3. JC«. ii^sier. 5; Montreal.'
i nuiKi.-'phia. «, : Bn<>t»xi. j. K(icli*-<!"r. 13: Montreal, 2.
XATIONAI, MA..M STANDING. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. I rVsrEKV TEAGIE STANDING
„ , >>.i.. i .<".! w. I- PC- I • w.i». i» p.c.i will pr i •- iv' r i'C v. i.. v.c.
Nc^York* *1 0 «"'' " lUa T- 31 5 - 49 !«»»■•••••■•« " ■ Bfi " rie^Hand. 28 31 .475 j Newark. .. »*» -62: i Baitlmore S3 «JU
Pi^H.,tl f- ."•/ --". 2 Loui »- 30 3 « * 4 * !' N< -^ York. "•* M .597; Chicajro. . . 30 34 .469 Toronto. . 37 29 .5C.t .ler^ey City 2" 37 .4
o££n-*M" :« -™;iU rklya-'r klya -' " 6 30 lti 9 Detroit:^ *<• 30-.s7l[«a«h«rtoa. 25 4! .370 Porh^ter sr. M .55(5 Bnffalo. ...27 (1 .423
l *" lv " 3- — Wi|"iala»,.... 23 45 .338 j Bo«ton .S3 28 .556. M. Louis.. 19 45 .297 | Providence 32 20 ..V.Vi Montreal.. 21 38 .Suti
PIRATES DIVIDE WITH CUBS
Pittsburg Wins* First Game, but
Chicago Captures Second.
Pittsburs. July 4.— The Pittsburs world
champions got an even break in two paines
with Oh.ice:- her? to-day. The home team
won the first with comparative ease by a
score of 5 to i Chicasp": bunched hits in
the eiehth Lining: of the second game :m<i
scored five runs, a batting rally which won-
MORNING CAM!:
riTTSBVIiG. .JV CHICAGO.
air Ibpoa"" alirlbpo a«
Byrnes, sb. . 4" _ llOJEvere 2b... -"• <> 1 2 :; 0
Leach, cf.. 40 1 4OO{sheekard If 200 <» 1 0
Clarke, if. . 30 0 4 01) Kane, 1f... i <• •' - •' 0
Wapner. ss. 400 OlOjSchuHe, •■;■. Jim 1 0 0
Miller, 2b... 12tl 1 3 o|l<eauinont.rf 100 .v o<•
Hyatt, Ik.. ]«1 BOOJChaBce, Ib. }11 « OP
WUaon. rf..ni-j r>oo!sttinfiat.r>b I'll .1 I••
Oibsor. c. .. 111 r.Ofi|Hofm - n.cf.rf 411 T. 00
M«<ldox, p.. irtl On 0 1 Tinker, bs.~ •"■ "<• 2 - "
LtifiiM, p.. 1 ; ■■ OSOiKlinz. c 300 3 3 0
JMclntire. p. 100 0 00
iliichi«\ p... <•<• •' <i 10
(•Arcfaer 100 « •■ "
! Pfesfer. p.. . 100 0 - "
1 tZimmernian 10 O 0 i» O
Totai? 2ti Z> -277 lj Tetals .. 30 2324 12 0
•Batted for Mclntlw in second inning:. f Batted
for Bicfale in fourth inning.
PilfsSjurg 0 :t 6 i « o 1 © je — 5
Cbiftago ■, i 0 0 1 <■ (. •• o—20 — 2
Two-base hit — Maddox. Three— base hits —
Chano<\ Byrm . Double plays — Wagner. Miller
and Hyatt: Kvr- and Cham-e. :■: ■ ■■ -• base en
bails— Oft' Maddoi. 2; off l,eiS»-J.l. 1: on Richie,
I: off }>fcn>r I: off M ■'•■•• 2. Struck out—
Ky ilacdox, :: ; by T^rifleid. 1: by Richie. 1. Hue
—Off Mclntire, 4 in 2 innings; off Richie, 3 in
2 faatags; t»fT Ffeffer, _ in 4 innings; off llad
dox, 2 in 4 Innings; off l.*ifi*ld. I In T. innings.
Hit by j itrhed tall— By Matldox .Chane«M; by
Kiehie <MUier>. Time — 1 v"C Umpires — Rigier
atiu Kms!ie.
AFTERNOON GAVE.
CHICAGO. j PITTSBI
ahr lhpo at| abr II- po a c
Even. ji.. ,*><> 1 2 - ojßyrne,j ßyrne, 3b. 4 1 1 2 11
Sheck'dJl 42 12 0 o;L*a~li. cf- 4O 1 3 0 0
Prhultc, rf 41 2 0 OO Clarke, If. 4«i 3 .1 Ol
• •han'-'. lb n 1 1 15 OOJWagner. ss -i 0 I <> 20
Sieir.ft,3b »". 1 I 2 5 Miller, 2b. 44 0 2 60
lioftnan.cr -■ 1 i - OOlHyatt. lb. 4 11 13 0 0
Tinker, is 4 0 1 1 51! Wilson, rf. 30 1 1 00
Kiing:. c :: 12 3 2 o;Gibson,; Gibson, c. 4 0 2 3 3 "
ReoU>*ch,p . 0 1 0 . I; Adams, p.. 20 <> " 2 0
I Pbillippo, p «• <» 0 0 0 0
I Webb. p. . . 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals. .34 711271S 2; Tctcls. . -S3 21027 15 2
Chicago 0 0 0 <» 0 2 <> 5 o—70 — 7
Pittsbuir 1 O 0 1 0 0 0 0 O—2
Two-base hits — Byrn<\ Gibson. Scbaltc. Hof
raen. Home run — Shccksrd. SacriSce hits —
V ilson. Adams. Heuibach r«t- btt.lcn Ijascs —
"Wcgiifr. Cfcanc*. Klin?. Keulbach. Double plays
— VTasutr, IT 1127 and Hyatt: Tinker, K\ers,
.i <• l' •> 5
v' 0 | t> 0 <i ii o—20 — 2
Hof
u --.- . ■ a Mt«—
'■•ases —
:: ■ ■
Hyatt; Tir.n
Ktulbach. Kling and - - feWt: Tinker. Ever*
and Cbanoc First Lase on balls— Off Adams.. f>.
Hi; by pitched ball— By Adams. 1. Struck out —
By Adams. 2: by Ileulbach. 3. First bage on
t!if-rs — Chicago. 1. iutfx on bases— PittsUuip. ti;
CJ.icaeo. c. Hits — ofl -■...;:. ... rungs :
off PbllliPpe 4 in 1-?. inr.ing: off Webb. I in
1 1-3 tnr::ri£t!. Time— J:r.o. Umpires— Rig!»r an-i
- -■ -■
Emtii-. ■_•
CARDINALS BREAK EVEN.
St. Louis, July 4.— -■ Louis broke even
with Cincinnati in th<? two games played
here to-day. The .■.'-.:-•• morn
ing game by a score of 8 to S. and lost in
the afternoon by a score of 6 to i.
MOHNING GAME.
ST. LOUIS.' ' CINCINNATI.
abr lb p* l afi abrlbpo a c
H;:^ins.2b .: " 1 4';sO|Bejschcr. if. 1 1 <t 1 ""
Kliis. !f.. 52 O I lOJDewwr. Sb 4 0 «.» 3 01
Oakes cf. 4O 1 2 Iv] Hobiitzell,lb 402 6 11
Kor'hv.lh &O 114 OOJMitelieil. rf 4•■ •' 1 «<>
Evans, rf 4 2 :< 0 «• «»jPa»=kert. cf . 4O I I «»0
Urefhan-c J 1 IT 60\3£cLean. 1.. 400 5 40
f?;igs, f. . O<J • 2 -1-Oiliear>. 2h. . . 2<'t l --5 liQ
■Mov.rry.r.b 4 0 2 2 2<• I Woodruff. 2!> OO'Q. " i. i
Hautff. «T!<i Ol -«i McMillan, m "12 ! 40
•Jlarman. r 1 O o O lOipromme, p. 2 1 1 <• 2 1
r!srkm'n.n -••■'■-•■■- r--- """ " " "
•Holmftt. 1<» « O OOliMiiier J O 1 « ""
JjCiarU ... •-...«€>••
Totals . .3" -102720 0 ; Tc sals ."-0 3 7.21 13 I
•Kattfd lor Eresnahau in the third in>J+nF--.
Bat if . for E?a»!n «v*ntll lnniu?. ;BaUei
for Frommo in teventh ir.ninp.
St. l^uif ...*! «• 0 0 - 10 x-|
Cincinnati 0 '■ "• " 0 0 0. 0 O— S
T TO -t*fe httß-^-Bpecnahan, Fromnit'. Tlirec
r,as<- W« — Evmaa. Bactanan. ■ . fl\ —
Oakes Hit v-vv -v pitched ball— By Kiomme <H&u
p<r> r>ouM<-- "play— Haiijfr. Hurgins and Konet
rh'' Stolen ba*e»— HwtglM. B*scfeer. Cases >».
jVn f __Off llnnuon. :i: off Hackrnar;, I: oft
Fromrm. 4; off P<.»«n. 2. .Struck out-By
Ftwmnc. 2; >y BaefcmaJ*. 8; by Rwai., 2. HiU
—OfT Hannou, 5 In 2 inainjw: off Ka^knian. Z
*n"7 innings: off Frgname, '.* ta fi mmass, v .f
Rowan lin 2 innin?.-. Lett oa bas*s— it. I-oui-.
ti. Cincinnati. 7. time— 2:l3. Um&xeai-Weia
?** KaKC " AKTEENOON CAME.
CIN-'IVNATI. ! ST. LOCiF.
atrlbp.- ■« ;■• r! r o s «
- . ■ - - ■ :■■■- - •■ "
wnn'ifii lb fi 0 2 12 ©OlOakeß. '.f ■ --*<J uh
Mitchell? rf 5 0l 3 vOjKonndiy.lb 4 lfn 10
i-aL-en rfioo 2 06EVIM. rf... 311 1 <'"
FeJh "■.'■ 412 O 11jMo«rcy, Sb. ..... 1 6 0
W^r^So^O 0 lOiHarrro,,, p?30« n 20
r^^tw n n)« <• 2<- :Lusn 1" 1 o «»o
Rtnrcm. p. 1«O O SO
Ko^gv !•-. "0° ° "°
•M.-Iyar.... ' OO <• OO
fUliter.Vf. 50^ «i_oo_
Totals. . -ul 6 ,27 14 3! Totals ... .S3 4027 14 1
•Bati».2 for Rowan In ninth inning-. ■fTJ&itcd
fox- H:^4 in fifth inning. rßattcd for Harmon
la ninth Inning. _
S»S'.::::::::::V i, A " I <> <• " jfej
-" - s,?S
pTt^d bai:-l:y Harmon. 1. . Bares ot. «^«-^
H
Harmon *: off Rowan, 2. Strock pot—Bj Har
"on .V' hy B«l^, 3; by Rowan, 1.
SSs/i «n 4 inning; off Rowan. 4 in •> jnnlnff.
L-ft "on bmaa^rSC Uwie. •:: ancinnntf. -. Time
— 2:C>J. t :pjpires— Kl^m ana Kaiie.^
BOSTON, 3, 6; WASHn^GTON. 2, 3.
Washington. July 4.-Bosum won two
c-arnes from the home team here to-day by
" . . •■ aivi f '. to ■' The morn
. . - mA vert
-y^^i?-- The visitor* non by bunching
hU in The lever.th inning in tb^ second
sa:ne " MOBKIKG GAME.
:■: ■ ■ . . 800 <• ■•«
larrigan.c 3 0 1 1 W^^ r . 100 0 0 0
Srws.p o o o oJ o;
TCTBU. <7 8124219 4| ToULit- .. .€7 2&4" 27 0
"^a'ti'd for Kar«r io rirhth mmr.g. t Batted
% ■ «al^ to ««» J-JJ f> o o , f> , t) " ° —
IJr, f T,rti ! 4> O O 0 O O O 0 W '> 0 C)
V.achir^ou .., ,, €fT on
Tirst bas<? 0.. « rrc 'T Vrt ,, n ; siruck put—

r»-M»M y"7r*T*iij IVSaoitb. Double play.-—
and - ■
Milan l.f^;: - .-i.to baee—^chaefer.
l^uis H»<i r-'Y j,., u*<i Ks«a.
Tiir.e-2.4-. J^S^ooa OAME.
_' v j WASHINGTON.
TjijHTO.N. 1 al)r 11. po a c
fl f^ ii olIMHan. rf.- BO 8 [00
Kns!''. So- •> » 2 1 i..>; r.ib.-rru.aj. 4 1 :: o 4 1
j^aucr.if «2fl*» 00 G««ter. rf 3 V i <• 1«
HtaM. "'• <V 1" 7 0 Mcßridc/w ♦! «« J
Gard'ef.? 6 4 ; i i » o;.«.!ia. f.r.20 40 ♦> :: 6 1
I^vi-is. »•»! „ 3 2f lsiJlrf*ub.»° 40 I|9 «»i
Wagiu-r.ta.- - - '„ •ulßedc'dorfiC rt " <! 3t>
-rr&MO 1 ? 22iVSKifIr.".V ?S iooi:
l» r . .', ...
S ,
"^^ Tota,..^3 10 5f22 *
, «-«r rvaiuw i" eever.ifc tenter- tßal
?^|^ r^ s v. » 2 « x t5
jjoelon y O 0 V I - » •» •>— s
■U'asiiii!?ti-'l ■: ;i..u IVaRT!*r <2i. Hooper.
fc' l *- .K; « iB , jnK=. Sacrifice hit—
-
T,.,, „n biitfes ■-^, af ." ! -7.' ." t : „n errors— V.atini iK
mr,, I; '^"^^jii^-Iroliint. , Time, 2:10. Laa-
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1010
NEWARK BREAKS EVEN
Wins Afterncon Game from Jer
sey City by Timely Batting.
SKEETERS WIN IN MORNING
McGinnity"s Players Take Six of
the Seven Games Played in
the Present Series.
Newark and Jersey City broke even yes
terday, the Indians winning in the after
noon, after losing the morning contest.
Of the seven games played in the present
series. Newarlf has won six. and now lias
a pretty good hold en first place.
Newark won the afternoon game at Jer
sey City In the last two innings by a score
of 8 to Z. The home team excelled at the
bat, but not in fielding. Dillon, who re
turned to his old station behind the* bat
for the Pkeeters, v.as off in throwing.
Newark scored in the third. Caranlti:
hit Parkins on the arm, and he walked.
Zimmerman bunted and beat the throw,
and both raced home on Meyer's two
bagger. The Skeeters scored one. Cam
nitz singled, got second on Agler's error,
a misted thrown ball, and went home on
Hanifan's safe one to left. Newark added
one in the fifth. Zimmerman walked,
Granby hit to Camnitz, who threw over
to first, and Zimmerman reached third
and scored while Abstein and Hanifan
were trying to run (i ran by down. The
Skeeters put on one in the six;!; Deining
er walked, and scored on Parkins's wild
throw to catch Abstein.
The Skeeters took the lead in the
• nth. After two were out Clements hit
for three bass and was home on Hanifan's
safe hit. The latter scored on iJelninsrer's
two-bagger and Ferry's single. Newark
regained the lead in the eighth. Louden,
who was hit by a pitched ball; Bcalafly,
who singled, and Agier, safe on a
fielder's choice, scored. Hearne singled,
Deininger. who went in to pitch for Cam
r.ltz. changing places with him, swapped
again a moment later, as he made a wild
pitch that let Behlafly home. Lee, who
batted for Parkins, hit out a sacrifice fly
and Zimmerman Hried the ball to centre.
Newark clinched it in the ninth with
two more runs. Meyer hit safe, stole sec
ond and went to third on Dillon's bad toss, :
and was across th- plate on Loudens safe ;
hit. Louden stole second and scored on ;
Dilion's wild throw that west to left. The
hkeeters added one in the ninth. Clements
walked, and scored on Hanifan's double.
The morning game at Newark was list
less, so far as the work of the Indians was
concerned. Errors of omission, as well as
commission, by them, aided the frkeetere. to
make a runaway race of th- contest. For ■
three inn:!: things went along smoothly
for Bob Holmes, the California southpaw, ;
who was on the slab for the Indians, but I
In the fourth Hanifan worked him for fre*; j
-transportation, Deininger bang* • put a J
s>iugl« and Ferry grounded to Louden, who :
gt Deininger mi second, Hanifan going to ,
third. Johnson singled, sending Jack over ■
the plate, an>l Abstein doubled, Fending
Ferry and Johnson across. The ex-Pirate :
followed them on Zimmerman's error. :
It was not until the nnal try at the bat i
that McGinnity? men kicked over - tho j
whitewash Docket. Captain Larry Sehlafiy |
tripled to right and crossed on an infield ,
out The scores foliow:
MORNING GAME.
JEBSET CITY. I NEWARK.
abrlbpo at-, abrlb^oae
<"'ierr.fi]i If 50 2 1 O OlZinrrman.Sb 40 1 2 2 2
Ranifan 2 410 3 ȣ liaaley. rf . . 4V 1 1 0 0
J) •ninjrer.cf 40 12 00; Meyer. U. . - 4" 1 1 0«
Ferry rf . . 410 c <> OlGpttman. cf 40 1 1 00
Johnson, „! ;: 2 3 3 ft 1 !>•... 1 es. B•' " « 40
Al~t*in, lb 41 IM 00 Bcblafly. ~'u 21 1 0 6 1
F^mond ?,\> 32 1 1 I'• Aglcr. 1b... 400 11 2 0
Dillon c - ■■«. I 9 Hears*, 1 .4 00 5 20
Sit'oi:! p.. 100 0 30 ! In es. P • 100 " 2 "
, Hcan. r 000 0 10
Mueller, p.. ..... 0
\'l,c,c .....101 0 00
jfHoltj . 000 0 •• 0
Totai«.-.34 7827111 Totals.. .32 1627 10 S
• liH'i for Holmes in fifth iuning. IBaited
for E?an In geventh inMri£.
Jersey City «' 0 n 4 '' - " " T— 7
Newark 00000000 I—a1 — a
Kuns — Hauifan. Perry, Johnson <2K Ab
siei.i Esmono. .-^>. Schiafiy. Stolen base*—
Zimmerman, Esmond. Two .- hits— M*»ye r .
Clement. Johnson, Abstein. Three-base Jut—
Schlafly. Doubl- plays—Johnson; lianitan an<i
4J.tt.-in- lianilaii iiivl Abstein. Hits— Oif
Holmes 5 is h inninsi; off Csan. 3 in - Inn
«n-^<= Bas*s on bails — Off Holmes, 2; off;
Ecan I; .»f Mueller, 1; off Pitton. 3. Struc*
oot—ByVHolmefl, 2: by Mueller, '-•; byiSltton,
1. First base on trrors— Jersey t'try, S; p.«w- i
• t rk 1 left on bases — Jersey Oitv, i; New
ark." 7 Tlm e -l:S0. Umpire-Stafford. Atten
danre—?/-<*.'. i
AFTEKNOON GAME.
N'EWAKK. I JERSEY CITY.
■Arlbfi ■ a • abrlbpoae
Zini'«nan.3b 42 1 - 80 Clement*, >* 4 -" 1 2 00
Ganle? if 300 1 0 6 iHanifan. »i *> 1 - •• 4 0
vtverlf 4i:i ?• 00 Deininger.ct 312 3 0 0
G^tmkn.^Ul li CO; Kerry, if... 401 1 00
T>-.ud£- ts 422 - SO 1 Johnson, ai lot - •• "
Bd£SSy 2b 4 11 2 *« Abßtetn. It.. 30 111 21
Vsr'tr 1- 810 30 1 J! Esmond, 2a 40 1 1 10
H^rne. er3«J 5 20 DlUim. c.400 3 12
Farkinf, p 210 "41' ar-'T. p. 311 1 H
McGln'ity.p 000 0 H'if HanforJ.. . 100 yOO
• L*; ..; 004 « ""
Totals. . .32 8B 27 »S| Totals . . .32 5927 12 4
♦ Batted for Parkins in eighth inning. < Batted
for Canroitz *n ninth inning.
Newark ..OO2OIOOR — 8
Jf ,_ ■ City'/. 0 c 1 0 v 1 a 0 1-5
Kits—';* Parkine, i* In 7 Innings. First
ba«<? on tails— Off Camnltz. 5, off Parkins. 5; oft
MrGinnlty -*. First base on errors— Newark. 1;
Jer^fy City. 1. \jtti on bases — Newark. 9 Jer
■eyiCity R. Struck ontr-By tamniiz. .' : l.y
Deinlnesr. 1: by Parkini ::■. by McOliir.ity. 1.
Tnree-lJab- hl:t— r^ininger, dementa. Two-base
liitu— Mever, E'^lninirer, Hanifan. Stolen bases —
F<-rrv Louden '-)• Oettman, Acler. Mey«r.
fiarrifice hits— 'Janiev «2> .A«i<tv. 1.-J-. Sacrinc^
j4. Lte fjonMe pJays~LoU'Jt-r;. >chlafly and
Aicer «'2< Wil<l pitch— Deininger. I}H ty
pito (, cr _Cy Parkins. 1; '.■;. Cainnitz, 2. Ufupires
— Stafford an<2 Hurst.
BUFFALO WINS AND LOSES.
At Buffalo (first K$ • ■ ><■ U. E.
Buffalo •««00-e Oool— -• - 2
Toront.. 01<•08n o<■ 0 0 d-4 ■• 0
lsa.UerU*~M#rrlit and "VVootla; Itudulj>li, l^tr.";
grpn an.l McAllister.
Seroiid pajjiR — n. IT. E.
Toronto ...1 0 0 9 i I 0 <• 1 -•' s 2
/iunalo 0 0 <l 1 0 0 0 " 0-1 5 .1
Batteries— Rydolpli and McAllister: Taylor,
VewlnUls v: i Williairii. Umpirea— Byron and
liallitan.
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE RESULTS.
K«w Britain, IS: Hitrtford. Z (first i;ame).
- ii-,-* for.J "■ New. Britain.* I (set i;.! game).
i*i'.>lvok«*"2- Northampton, 0 (Tim game).
Northampton, J: liolyoke, : (ieeend
gI Ninv' Haven, i; Waterbury. 0 ißrst
triiine). „. ■^■'-'
>>w Haven, : A\»Herbury, 3
(second frame),
llridgeport, 12; Sprinfffleid, ?
(first game).
Bridgeport, Id: iSprlngiiflJ,
2 (ac-cend game).
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE RESULTS,
v- 11 River 6 New Bedford, 2.
New Jtedforll. 5; Full Blver. *\
j vrn t- liav-rhili. 6 .called;.
1 vn'n <">; HaveriiUl «J.
Worcester. (.: Mrockton, v.
1 a iv) '-net', C. Lowell, »•
JLowellj 2; Lawrence, 1 (10 iiminss).
BOSTON'S PITCHERS WILD
Philadelphia Wins Two Close,
Heart-Breaking 1 Games.
Boston, July 4.— Philadelphia ivon "both
games of the double header played here to
day, by the scores of 4 to 3 and 6 to 5.
The lirst game was won in the tenth inn-
Ing-, when Brown passed four men In suc
cession, forcing in the winning run. Phil
adelphia won the afternoon's game because
of the wildne.«s of Boston's pitchers and
two errors by Sweeney in the eighth Inn
ing. Graham singled in the sixth inning
with the bases full, scoring two tallies, and
Beck hit for a home run, sending two
locals in ahead of him.
The scores follow:
MORNING GAME.
PHILADELPHIA. : BOSTON.
übrlbpoae; . abrlbpoae
Thomas, rf 30 0 2 OOlColHiis, "•■s 00 •'• " "
Knabe, 2h '"l 4 .'• li Herzcsr. 3*.. 40 100
Titus, rf. .. 3 0 4 0; Slmrpe, lb. . s<>lo 10
Magee, if. 301 1 GOjMiJier, rf 41 10"
Grant, :• . s<t 2 1 ill Sheas, 2b... 41« 220
Ward. lb.. 4"'. 11 1 j>ari.i.-n, c.200 S2O
poolan, es. 400 0 4 2| Graham, c. 20 1 210
Doom. c... "10 7 1 OjßeCfe, cf 40 1 <«••
McQuUrn,p 20 2 0 1 o| Sweeney, ■». 41 2 110
Moren, p.. sol 0 t> OjFerruson, p. 000 <f o 0
Illattern, |>... 20 I 020
I Brown, p 2<• 1 10 0
(Evans, |..... 00 0 000
- ..•:;: '.. 000 000
Totals... S'Ji 7SO 13 3J Totals 4J4 J 38SO » 0
'Batted for Mattem in seventh Inning.
Philadelphia .....'J 9 1 <♦ 0 0 <• 8 0 I—4
Boston i> it ■• 0 O 0 2 0 1 o—30 — 3
TTTQiTwim lilts — Grant,, McQuillan. Sweeney.
Three-base hit— Knabe. Hits— Off McQuillan, 2
in 5 lnntnrs; off Mweu. 6 in 6 innings: <>■""' Ftr
ruson, none in 2-"! inning: off Brown. 2 in 3 1-9
fnninsrs; off Mat tern, li in 5 1-3 innings; off
Bwmnm, none in 2-3 inning. Sacririce hits —
Tbomat. Mag-..-. c:e!en bases — Knabe, Titus.
jDoable — McQuillan, \\>r.j am) Doota;
Doolan. Knabe and Ward. Left on fcases—
Philadelphia 7: Boston. S. Firs; bat--e on bails
— Off McQuillan. i; oiT Mores, 1; off Ferguson.
2: off Brown. 4. First l.a^. or errors — Boston,
3. Struck out — By McQuillan, ?■; by Moren. 2;
by Matt r:.. 1; by Brown. 1. Time- 2:00. I'm
pirec — Johnstone and Moras.
AFTERNOON GAME.
PHILADELPHIA. I BOSTON.
abr lb pc a ci aJbrlbpo a c
Thonias.cf 412 0 OOlCollins, If. . 410 3 0 0
Knabe, £b «". 1 1 •! SOiHencog, 3!).. SOS 1 3 0
Titus, rf. . 20 0 1 00 Sharp.;, 11>. 40 1 S 0 0
Doom. if. 14 0 >> 00] Miller, rf... 310 1 0 0
Mag*e,lf.rf 2 1 1 1 0 ol=hean. a 5..3 1 0 1 SO
Grant, Sb 4 0 <• '■ 20! Graham, c. 212 '> •" ''
Ward. lb. 4 I 110 10 Beck cf 411 3 0 0
Doolan. sa 4 1 1 1 10] Sweeney, ss 4<!<> 4 12
Moran. c. 4 0 3 h Xo| Frock, p... <»<>*' 0 11
Moore, p. 2 0 2 0 <"' Burke, p.-. 300 0 0 0
Maroney.l ■'" 0 0 ©«JCurtls, p. -.000 0 00
Fo.vn p. 0 0 <> 0 00 1 Ferguson, p0 00 0 0 0
•Walsh . . . 111 0 0 OOjJSniith 101 <•' 0 0
tj'cklitsch 0 0 0 0 OOj
tßranafl'ld 10 0 0 ■• 0:
Totals . .34 6102710 0 j Totals 81 "727 11 3
•Batted for Moore In seventh inning-. fßatted
for Tin:* in fighth inning. tß.iti.-i for Maroney
in visrhth inning. SBaited fcr FergTieou in ninth
ii.::i::g
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 I—
Boston ij 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 '■ —
Twor-baso iiiis — Ward, Moran, Moore, i~!;arpp.
Three-base hit — Thomas. Home run — Beck.
Hits — L<:"f Moore, :. In 6 inning?: off Maroney. 1
in I tuning; off Foxen, ! in 2 inning; Off Frock,
2 in 3 " inning; off Burke. 6 i: <> 2-B innngs;
off curti?. 3 In 2-3 Inning: off Fergus- on. non« in
1 inniisß. i-'acritlco hits— Herzop. Titus, stolen
bases — Maei-p. Beck. Dorian. Doom. Doul play
—Si lean, Sweeney and Sharpe. J^eft on bases —
Philadelphia, S; Boston, i;. Kir^t base on balls
— OiT J-'rocb. lr off Burke. 4: off Curtis. 1; off
Moore. 4: off Foxen. I. First Via=e on errors —
Philadelphia, '-*. Hit by pitcher— By Moore
<CY<!lit!s>. Struck " : :'. By Burlte, 3; by Curtis,
I; bj F"prgTjson. 1; by Moore, 4; by Maroney, 1;
i.. ■••>•: 4. Time — 2:34. irmf,ir<?s — Johnsione
and Moran.
WHITE SOX WIN TWO.
Chicago, July 4.— The White Sox wen
both frames played here to-day with the St.
Louis Browns. Th« score of the morning
game was sto - : . Thai of the afternoon
game v.as 7 to 1.
The scores folio*
MORNING GAME.
CHICAGO i ST. LOUIS
abrlbpo ac; abrlopo a c
French, 2b 500 2 1 I'Ston?, r: . . . 411 0 10
l!rov.-ne, rf n ,->. 1 <■ OOj«artzeH, Sb 3-1 O 2 50
Parent, cf. 4<»2 i '• ■' Wallace, -- a 0 0 3 40
DoTjg-h'ty.lf 100 ' OOlNewnain, lb 400 0 0 0
'u'iiii!?, 1b.'51113 lOjSchw'tzer.rf 360 1 0 0
Ptirtell, :■-•, 4<• 1 11 201 Hoffman, el 3" 0 8 " "
17!;burnt.ss 5 I 0 3 3OjTruesdaie,2b *40 1 :_• 2 0
Pa! . C.-rOOO 0 OOlKillifcr, c. 206 3 10
Sullivan, c 2 1 1 0 OOi'Cristj . 00 0 0 0 0
I.a'-e. p... 100 0 2 " Alien, p.. . 804) l 01
Scott, p... 100 " 10 Spade, p... 210 " 21
I+Brip?? 100 0 0 0
JGiJligan, p. 00 0 0 1. i
Totals .. .30 582718 1 i Totals , .293224 15 S
•Batted for KlUifer In tb« tightli inning.
fßatted for .-r-a ! •«« the eigl I inning.
Chicago 1 0 0 " I 0 1 2 x — T>
St. Louis 0 0 0 1) 2 l> 0 0 x— S
"?" a■• baM bit— Browne, Thfe<! ha?, hit — Col
lint, lilts— Oft }^tug. : in 4)_r, innings; off
Scott. 2 in 4 8-3 Jnriirics; off Spade, 6 n 7 in
ninss: off Gllllgan, 0 in 1 Inning. Sscrince hit*
— KllUfr-r. Parent !-'colt. b'toicn basts: — Collins.
Truesdale. Blackburn< , French. Browne. Left
tv. liases— Chicago. 11; St. Louis, i". First base
<-r. balls — Oft' I-iijyr. 7; off Scott, 3; off Spade. i>:
oft ijtan. 3. Struck out — By Lung. 4:' by
Scctt, r,: U. Spade. 1; by <Ji!!iKan. 1. Passed
bal! — SuiTivan. Umpires — Connolly aivl 1/ineen.
Tiii.c - 255.
AFTERNOON GAME
CHICAGO. ' St. r>' mis
abrJbpo ac; ...,;, a c
trend:. 2b 4 1 0 3 3 I,'Sionc, If /.'. 41 0 1 0 0
Brown*, if 5 I 2 8 0 L HartzeH, 3b 4 1 1 1 HI
l^arent. cf. 811 1 001 Wallace, ss 51 J 4 3•>
Dousrh'ty.lf 400 2 0 OJNewnar.i. lb 6 1 0 8 0 1
Collins, lb. 320 8 0 (»! 50 3 " 60 i
Purteil, 3b 4 1 1 2 3 0| Hoffman, .flit 7 0 0
B'kburne,ss 30 1 1 6 2<<3ripg rf.. •_ •■• 0 1 00 j
Puliivaii. c. 40 1 '■ " l!Trufs-dalc-.2b 300 1 23 i
Smith, i.... 000 «' .'! O|Kii!if-r. c. 4<• » B 10
While, 1... .. Sll <> 10j Bailey, p.. two 0 11
Totals. . .33 772713 6 j Totals/. . .ST 1 C 24 T0 I
Chieaaro ..0 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 x—
St. Louis 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 I
Hits — Of! Smith, 3 m 3 2-3 Innings: off VJtilte
3 In 5 1-3 inninps. Sacrifice hit— French. Stolen
bate — CoUIn?. Left on bases — Chicago. i 10- >• !
I»uis. 3. Bases on balls— Off Smith. 3; off 'Ball !
ley, 2. Hit by ptt.-hFr— By Smith. 1; by Bailey j
-. Struck out— By Bailey, 2; by Whit-, ,'!. Time j
— 1:45. Umpires— Dlntta and Connolly. ' j
ORIOLES iN AN EVEN BREAK.
At Baltimore (first sam«>: R. n. c
Prevl4ew:e .4 10 10 7 0 0 0— 34 ]■. <>
Daltimor-?. . .0 1 2 d 0 3 0 0 — 5 9 7
Batt' ■ - Barberich an 4 FltigeralJ; Adkins.
Malloy. Vickers iind Z»an.
Secern! game: R. i{ c
Baltimore... "> 3 8 •• 6 0 ! 6 x — 12 15 0
Pro/idence.l 0 0 •■ " 0 0 0 v — 1 7 3
Batteries — Russf-H, Kgd;i and Hurra-. Laven
der. Bteele and Fitzgerald. Umpires — Boy| c and
Kelly.
ROCHESTER WINS TWO GAMES.
At Kochester— First pame — R. H. E.
Rochester . . ! 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 s—ss — 5 li 3
ilowtre:ii . 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 0—273
Batteries — McCounell and I?lair; ICefe and
Krtchell.
Stcond game — . R. H. E.
Rochester ...1 2 0 " 8 3 * " x— l 316 8
Montreal . . 0 1 <• 1 0 • i' " o — i' 5 3
Batteries— riolraea an*l Dlair; Bare) ■•!! and
Curtis. Umpires — Finmran and Murray,
AMERiCAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
Minneapolis, S; St. Paul. ."
.St. Paul, 5: Minneapolis, ".
Indianapoltu, 2; Toledo, 0.
Toledo; I; Indianapolis. 6.
Columbus, 7; Louisville, -.
Columbus vs. Louisville (rain).
Milwaukee, 2; Kansas City, I.
Milwaukee, 3; Kansas City, 2.
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Troy. Z; Albany. 2.
Albany, i; Troy, 2.
Wukes-Barre, 4: Scrantoti, -.
inton, 3; WiHtes-Barpß, 1.
Syrncuso, S; Utlca, 1.
Syracuse. C; l.'tieu. 4.
i ;:,'i. iiu. 6; Bin?hainton 0.
A. A. U. PRESIDENT HERE
Everett C. Brown, i-i>h<it-!.' of tho An:
ateur Athletic Union, ha 3 been in this city
Fince Sunday morning. When seen yester
day he Kaid that he intended to bold a con
ference with James E. Sullivan, Barton a.
Weeks, l- red W. Itubien ami other*, it
was hinted that h« was here to discuss
some recent reeordu and the < i ..n.i i ... : of
Cfrtnin Htlilet^s. Hf expected to return
to Chicago lot 1 night
YANKEES SLAY A HOODOO
Capture One Game of Double-
Header in Philadelphia.
FISHER HOLDS ATHLETICS
Chase's Busy Bat Helps Win
Morning Contest — Afternoon
Story Is One of Sadness.
Philadelphia, July 4.— The New York
Americans got the better of the hoodoo of a
| double-header -with the Athletics by break
i ing even with them in the two games which
were played at SMbe Park to-day. It was
i the fifth opportunity of the kind which
Stalling and Ms valiant ere* had had. and
■ they finaliy succeeded in winning one of
j tho two games. To do more than that
j seemed to foe asking too much, and the
! team will return to Its home grounds to
; rnorrov.-. leaving behind them live victories
; in the hands at the PhiladelphianE.
■ The Yankees got their batting eyes back
again in the morning game and pounded
. out ten hits for a total of seven runs while
| the Lome nine was scoring three. Fisher,
; the ye>uug college player, was pent in to
make good against the fast Athletics, and
succeeded where all the other pitchers on
! the staff had failed. He let them down
j with seven scattered hits.
In the hope that Russell Ford might be
j able to win the second game, Stallings sent
I the clever spit ball twlrler to the mound,
; but the Athletics got to him hard, and he
was forced to retire. It "was the fourth dc
i feat for the young pitcher, who has been
I considered one of the rinds of the season.
j Manning, who relieved, him, was not ef
i fective, and the Yankees were walloped by
J a score of 8 to 1.
The long predicted shake-up in the New
Torn line-up came when the team took the
field in the morning game. Bert Daniels
replaced Jimmy Austin at third and led off
i the tatting. Frank Laporte got back into
I the game in left Held. With Fisher in the
i box ii seemed during the first game that
the combination was just what was needed
to i.eat the Athletics, but the result of th«
second game showed that still more was
needed.
The work of Hal Chase was the feature
lof the morning game. The fast first base
| man played the game of his life. His brill
■ iant fielding was supplemented by heavy
; hitting. lie made four singles out of fiv*
j tievs at bat, and scored three of the seven
I runs tallied by the Yankees. With the
, score tied at 3 to 3 at the opening of the
eighth Inning, the Yankees turned in and
knocked Dygert out of the box and tallied
four runs in the one frame, which clinched
the game. Gardner with three singles and
Knight with two were among the leaders
i with the stick, while Daniels was prom
' inent with his triple.
Ford was easy for the Athletics in the
J second game. Everything went along
smoothly until the third Inning. Here
Coombs led oft with a single; Ilartsel
sacrificed and Oldring tripled. Collins's sac
rifice fly. Baker's safe bunt and Wolters's
muff of Haulers fly, which gave the run
ner three bases, together with Murphy's
single, tallied three runs and made victory
sure. Ford sent the Athletics to the bench
in order in the fourth, but retired in favor
i of Koach, a pinch hitter, at the opening of
the fifth, and Manning pitched the rest ot
'' the game. lie was ineffective and badly
pounded, and the home nine tallied four
more runs.
Tl c Athletics played rings around trie
visitors in the field. Coombs was like i
! clockwork, and although tight hits were <
gathered off his delivery they were so well
Scattered that they amounted to almost
nothing. The home twirler had "Mi|w|nd
■ support with men on the bags,. The , »an
kees saved themselves from a shut-out m
i th.: ninth inning, when Cree doubled and :
Partner singled, bringing Cree home for
I tin only" run.
1 The.- score follows:
MORNING GAME.
WSV YORK. (C j I'IIILAUKI ifj'.V a ' !
al; r 1b po a «• ! a r( ? P° a *
DanlekSb 5 0 1 4 0! Hart sol, 1f... .*>«><• £o<>
WrfSO 0 1 81C««i«.'»..v80 2»«
ri-a** lb 5 3 412 0 o 'laker, 8b... Ju *••***
Snort- If 2 1 0 1 00 Rath. 3b.HvOOQ 000
Ki-iirht «3 Hi 3 51 Houser. lb. . 000 lOV
SwMßffC 10 " 2 -'■' Murphy, rf.. 412 400
Mitchell. c©l 0 1 '10- Barry. a».. . oil 020
. .. ....• Thfma«, <- ...•>»» 11 •>
' >0 Dig "■ I ■ »•] "''•
iKrause. 1- .•"••' •'""
Atkins. p...,'1«0 '•'•"•
iiHeitruuller.. 100 00 0
itßender 100 00 ♦)
IjMclnncs 100 000
Totals. .Si 7112717 3| Th;.. 33 3 »278?
•Batt< ■ for Fisher in eighth lnniny. tß*tted
for David in eichth innin?. ;&ait*,i for Thomas
in ninth inning. I Batted for Atkins In ninth
inning.-
New York .......O * 0 ° • - » 4 *—
Pi.Uadeli-lda V~ 02«0 01 0 0 0-3
Two-base Dygcrt, Hemphlll. Three-base
Sheepshead 'Bay Summaries.
WKATHER CLEAK; TRACK FAST.
i „„_ vif-v _HandicaP" tor three-year-olds and upward; $7<X> added. Six and a half furl»ngs.
! LlK iurtpSr' Won nriv'inc: place same. Time. 1:19%. Winner, b!i. g.. by Commando—
Dancing VVater. Owner, S. C. Wildreth.
Post 1- JSettinK ,
■v * Pos Wt St. Vs. U Vi Str. Fin. .Tockey. Ooen.llI K h. Close. Place.Show.
Horse !""• "^ %' 3 , „,. l% x v „ BWIHns...M TV. «-5 2-3 —
R*stlffouche ..... 4 IK - J, - i 3 -2 , MeG Sf;;v 3 4 1& _ S , _
Princu ( ' dl •• *~* * .^ :■ 3 2i2 i ;,» Uutwe!!.... « li 5 7-6 —
\U Te * mer . 2 IIS 2 T 1 l J i 2' ."!» 4* Xotter ....6-5 3 3 1 —
Xmon e p« s :::i « 55**»5 m :.ra 200 IM so 10
■R^Hemirhe racej Melisande into submission rounding the turn, and, standing a hard drive.
lasted ju« long enough to win. Prince Gal away all tangled up. closed a big an and wou!4
havl won in anoUier stride. Diwnat raa hi" usual consistent race.
nt . . ,-, race -I VDEPEN'DENTE DAY STEEPLECIiASE; for four-rear-olda an.-, upward;
" Si (MO added" A*bout two mil^-b and a half. Start K'-od. Won easily. WiffMT, blk. m.. by
Contract-- Gleacora. Owner, 11. Craven. Time. 5:11 "-s.
Post <- Betting ,
1Inr «- pea. Wt. St. 1 Vi Str.Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place.Show.
t»T. , ■•■„.... 1 ISO B 818 1 1» !■ 3' Davidson.. 4 I | 1 i- S
v \ trlKll :::ilO 168 « B«i 6» 6» 24 O. Heider. 3 10 ft 3 S_S
Pn^wmok ."..2 130 \ 4? 4' »< 1' Mr.T r"ht I." 4-'» 3.) 1," 5
M^StrmlSt ..V.:... I 3 154 8 6»* S» I" f.» Lynch 2 16-5 16-5 G-5 3.
rnM?SS V 3 133 1 212 1 3H 4i 6' -Allen 12 &> M fi »
w!?J-l\v I! S ISC 3 I 1I 1 =* 2* 7-' F.. Hefder. :: 7-2 IG<» 6-5 3-5
2iiS?rLht .."* 13rt 10; » 9109 ;'; ' • Williams... 2t> 10f» srt 2^ i v
Myrtle Light * j42 5 fth 7 ,, 5& 9 Taylor A 7 (5 2 1
tßirdofFifVhiri:.".'."s 115 7 FelL Henderson. 5 7 * 2 i
•Couuled as Jt.'l^nnan entry. tAdded starter. The Welkin worked Ms »a to the front at
I th<- pnrt of a mil- ami. 'fencing In faultless fashion. he!d Ma Bald sat»!y to the end. Saoctna
„' ", UT> stronsh around th« last turn, but was all out to save the place from Miuto. MelUnr
natat^aa never prom Hit; nt an.l ran Js if he needed a rest. Ban Siooi: tired In tho last half
mile-
THIRD RACE.— THE DOUBLE EVENT (second ha!f>: for two-year-olds; »4,i-»o«» aad-d. Six
furlonc^ Futurity Course Start good. Won «a*;iv: ( . driving. Time. 1:11. Winner.
en cf'by Rock Sand-Fetish. Owner. A. Belmont.
Post „ i ■ — Betttnp -.
llor , Pos. Wt. St. U H Str. Fin. .Tock?v. " T ■- naaTnai i Mmm
„ ... r ;t . .. « t» ■■- •*■' •-'" . -" l\. Archibald .7-2 7 • a_a 7to
Meridian •• • v -- 4 3I * 4 3 3'3 ' U ' 3 Thouias.... S 7-2 .T t l-«
o" 1 ISO ■ B "L" L 4= S Butwell . .9-9 ( 3 t 3 .-.
nSvliiv ' ' .. -• i 1-- i 2 5 H 1* ** Shiliin?... 5 7 .. »-3 7-10
.-.^i U> :; 119 2 i. 6 5' •"■' Notter S U 13 I g-5
Kinspta' ■■."■". 4 115 o 1' 3» 6 6 Phillips.... 40 ♦" #, 15 4
Footprint cauaht Kingpin and Xovelty tinr.i aftfr ronndlng the elbow, and came a -.r under
a mild drive. Meridian hung on fairly well an.l outlasted Nanshoa. Tho latt<» r waa shut «IT at
the start and In a bad pocket most of the way.
1-orKTH KACB.— THE LAWRKNCK REALIZATION' : for. three-year-olds: Jio,,-.,,, a^aed.
OB' mile and rive furlongs. Start good. Won easily; r>!ac« sauie. Time. 2:SC. Winner, b. c.
by Ben Brush— Pink Domino. Owner, J. It. Kfene.
!■« r- IJettins ,
i, ( ,r*.r I'M- WTt. St '• 1 St.- Fin. Pool Open.Hißh.Close.Place.Show. 1
i*c»»lJf* - 3 us : 1* 1* i» 1* Nottor ..l-!U) : -la •— . _ _1
• SiirfrLri'at '" '. l 1"* 1 - : - 3 '■■ -' Butwell .l-10i> 1-|>n. _ _ _
■ ....: 2 no « :> a V a Raid .... ou c<> 1
•Couylad as Keene entry. Bwctp had only a good fxrrclts* rJdo to win. si:rrH<t- waa as
ily better 'that; liindodo Star, whicli tired after picing 1 into second place rounding the turn.
FIFTH HACK.— Selling: for three-year-olds and upward: fTOfl added. On* mile and a half.
;. turf course. Htart pood. Won easily: place name. Time. ":as*». Winner, to c. by Oa!or«
Dorothy llafCpton. Owner. S. C. Illldreth.
1■ ■« *— IVttlnpr— • ,
„ pea. Wt. SL 2 .s Str. Fin. Jockey. C'pen.lllKh.cU^e.Plar-a.show
Ha noun Court 5 101 4 1- 1« 1» Garner/.;. .1-2 S-.5 2-7. — —
!,andv"f>Vxon « BJ J i: ! : 3« Uutw.ll... . .-, , 45 a
Vh" I'eci- - H" " 2" 4« 4" '".lass R u> !0 U^l 4*
... l i 4* 5» r. ■- iaa.... » M :., 5 -.
i-'hiiiivari 4 lln ' ; ■ " '■ i:> '-- ■ ■Vi '■- •" "> 4
Hampton Court mad« tho pac« to suit himself. an ,i hi-ld «;hcck safe In tho lasr quarter
Ti-e latter ran up B^rpngly rounding the turn and was easDy second best. Dandy Dixon was
Dinebed off on th« backttiftch, but it made little or no difference i:i the result. The t»«ai tirt-d
badly after being well up M- a mile.
SIXTH RACE. — Handicap: for t»o-y ear-old* and uimard; $800 added. On?- n:llo and a furlonit.
Start good- Won driving; place -*ii.r- Timr, l:32*i. Winner, b. g., by Btar t^hoot — r.i.iy
EUte. • ..:,.':. O. M. Qdc-m.
Ht.r.oe. if*- W*- P*- 'i '4 Str. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlsh.Cloie.l'lace'.iho^
; ( .. I'"-- W . '• si ! ■ kay. Open l i-. ...,-,. ahow
Mr.ibua ■> lt!!l 4 ■■• - l p ih Mcli«^ 4 G 5 5-,". 1-5
Czu r .I. 8 11" 7 « 5' 5l5 l l^ DayU. . .', 7 I I i
t^ante 7 I' 15 ■■ «* 6'i 7* ;: 5 Thoinu*.... 1.". 20 13 I ,v»
i:n,>a» .•hitr » i" 1 1 I" ■* 3" 4l4 l Wal^h is as • ■■ 5 fj-3
• Field Moune * 101 8 7 4" 4» 3» Arrhlb-td 7-10 4•» lin 1-4 ~
•I'rls.-itllun 1 123 :; 212 1 1« ii B1B 1 .Shilling.. 7-10 4-5 7-1H 1-4 —
Mlackford ...«5 ita a i »< a> 7* Ola-«» ... IS 1.1 1:. 1 &--
JliKh Private . . •"• HO .. i> 7' n- 818 1 Reid... .30 4,. 40 1.
Far W.st - 100 '.' 8 0 I 'I •;.:ii)i . 10 20 15 5 ,v^
•Coupled ns Itwltnont entry. Nluilms, ilwi] close to th«< pai-t. shook off PriKllUan at th«
la.st furious BOl< . I'll! nus ull out to win. i^sar lost Brouiul by a wide turn und probubly was
l.^st. Uorantc closed strongly on the r«UI. FleW Mouse, effi l>adl>, u»it up a lot of trouuvi, -1
tired, *->
EVEN BREAK AT CLEVELAND
, Donovan a Puzzle in First Game,
Summers Easy in Second.
i Cleveland. July 4.— Cleveland and Detroit
divided a double-header h<re to-day. Th
i visitors we* the first game, - to 1, and lost
j the second, I to S. )\».\ : ;
I Donovan pitched magnificent ball in the
' morning, holding Cleveland to two hits.
I Old '"<■}" Young also pitched in brilliant
j form. Cleveland knocked Summers out of
I the box in tlie second game, but Stroud,
who succeeded him, was an enigma, ile
1 imyrp, batting for Summers in tlie fourth,
knocked out a two-badger, driving in two
' runs.
The scores
MORNING GAME.
DETROIT. /! d-EVELANP.
abrlbpo ac! abrlbpone
D.Jones, If 40 1 :; Ofl'Tcnur. *«. 4O v S 10
Bush ss... 212 1 i;.<;ranv. rf. :: 1') 1 O«
Oebh, f... 418 3 « ! Stavall. It*.. 4 O'J • 10
Crav.-rni.r? SOD <► L>ij<:o. 3- . 41 1 I 4 1"
Deieb'ty,2b -SOU 2 211 Easterly, c. 4>» 1 4 -I
ii.riarty.-.-. 40 1 1 5 OlKirinhain.rf »#« 1 10
T.Jonea, lb4 0«» 8 0 OjiiraJley. 3b. 3©« S 2•'
Schmidt tS!2 " lllKrueser. If. 2 O - " 1
Donovan. POOO 2 lOiNilfs. It. »0« 0 »fi
JYounsr, p... 10 0 «• 4"
llttcheU. ; 000 •> 0 0
(•Btmis 100 • 0 "
itFlirk . 100 <> ••••
jtija!! 0«0 0 OO
ToUls. . .30 3is-710 1 1 Totals .. SO 1227 12 2
•Batted CM Voun? in tlie <-!=hth ir.nir.g. + Ran
fa- Easterly in th« ninth inning. JBattesl for
Firadiey ti. the ninth inning
Detroit •» " 0 2 0 0 0 1 o—3
C^eland 1 " •> 0 " •' 0 0 o—l
Tan Law hit — Cob'o. Threa-oase hit — Schmidt.
Facriflr« fly — Crasvford. Stolen bases — LAJoIe,
Dt-lehanty, Morlartj.-. CTobti. Bueh (2). Hiss —
Off Young-, »• in 8 innings. First ba»e or. balls
— Off Younp. 'i; off Alitciift'.l, -■ off l>onovan. 3.
Struck out— By Young. I; Donovan, 4. First
base on errors — Cleveland. 2. Left en liasea —
Cleveland «5; Detroit, 4. Umpire— Evans. Time
— Lit.
AFTERNOON GAME.
CIXVELA.VD. I DETROIT.
al)rlbp>ae: ahrlbpoae
Turner, ss. 40 1 i SOID. Jones, If 4O 1 2 1*»
Graney rf. 40 0 o 10 Bush, a. .. 401 3 3 0
Stovall. lb 41 1 l'» OOJCobb. 0f.... 40 1 1 00
Lajoie, 2b. 81 <» 3 0; Crawford, rf 411 «» <»<•
Bemis, c. 322 .". o!l>elch'nty;2t> 401 250
Bir'ham. cf »12 4 2 Morlarty. ah 811 4 Ul
Bradley. 3b 301 .'$ 00 Jonfs, lb 31 1 »> 0 0
Krupger. If 30 1 1 0 0 .Schmidt, c. 401 8 3 0
FaJli'berg.p 200 0 H OiSummers, p. too 0 1"
} t;«roud, p. . . 10 0 0 0 0
•Mclntjre... 10 1 0 0 0
T0ta15...20 582714 01 Totals . . 33 3024 13 1
•Batted for Summers Ih the fourth inning.
Cleveland 0 2 •% *> 0 0 • 0 x—
Detroit 00020100 o— s
Two-base hits — Birmingham (2), n*mls, Mc
fr.tyr*. Sacrifice hit— Horiar'y. Stolen bases —
Bush, Cobb. Double plays — Birmingham an.
Ik-inii; B!rrnins.:2.T.. Turner and Bradley. Hits- —
Oft .^uiiiuifrs i; in 0 innings; off Stroud. 2 In 5
b nines. First bane on balls OS Falitenberg. 2;
off SomiPßra, 1. Hit by pitched ball — By i'trcud
(Fa!kenber?>. Struck out — By Falk- r.Y^rg. 3;
by .Summers. ?.; by Stroud. 2. Fir«t base on
errors — Cleveland. 2: Detroit, 5. Time— l:44.
Umpire — Evans.
FAST DOUBLES EXPECTED
National Lawn Tennis Cham
pions to Play at Westchester.
Five lawn tennis doubles pairs, headed
by the national champions, Harold H.
Hackett and Frederick B. Alexander, win
begin the matches to-day in the round
robin doubles on the turf courts of the
Country Club of Westchester. The next
pair in point of importance are the Har
vard intercollegiate title winners, Na
thaniel "W. Xiles and Arthur S. Dabney.
The others are Raymond D. Uttle and
Edgar W. Leonard. C. Frederick Watson,
jr., and Rex Fineke, and the Western pair,
Louis H. Waidner and P. Gardner.
The schedule of matches brings Hackett
and Alexander against Little and Leonard
in tire opening competition this afternoon,
while Watson and Fineke meet Waidner
and Gardner in the second contest.
I hi: Daniels. Hits—Off iv-^rt. 9 in 7 t.:: Inn- i
ii srs; ■,]. Krattse, I in 2— Inn Ins; oft* Atkins, 1;
; in 1 inning; ..r Fisher, 8 In 7 innings; off War- ,
■ hop, none in 2 innings. Sacrifice hits — Lapj>. l>a- j
! porte. Sacrifice flhwi limimi. Crew. stolen I
t«w — rhuM il.i. H^ki-r. Mclnnes. t^-ft on bases i
j — New York. 7: Philadelphia, 7. First base on
j — Oft Fisher. 1: off Dygert. S: off Kraus*. !
i 1. First base on error — Philadelphia. FLic by
pitcher — By Fisher (Collins*; by Warhcp Barry), ;
fciruck out ßy Fisher, 1: by Warhop. 1; by
Dytrert. 4: by Atkins, 1. Time — 2:17. Umpire —
O'LioughHn. ->-•■
AFTBKNOON GAME.
PHILADELPHIA. I SEW YORK.
abr !: ;ft ac! abrlbpo a c '
jHartsel, If 3 1 0 - 0 o;Daniels,; Daniels, ob. 3 ■•■' 1 30
I Oidring, ef 6 2 2 • OO| Hemphill. -f «•« •'. *'».
Collins. 2b 4 1 2 2 7 O'Wolter. rf.lb 40 0 2 00 i
Baker. :••'■ 4 2 3 3 3 11 Chase, 1b.... 0 1 7 10
Haus'r, Tr. 4 1 0 M OOlCree. rf.... 11l 0 00 j
Murphy.rf 3 0 2 0 nO! Laporte, If. 400 1 0 0
Barry. H. 1O «> 1 5 o) Gardner, 2b 40 1 2 S*
Lapp. c. i■> 1 6 00! Knight. »s.. 40 3 I »0 j
Coombs. .•4 1 1 0 1 " Sweeney, c. 100 5 01 J
Mitchell, ■■ 300 - 00 1
For J. p 101 v 10i
. . . Manning^ p. 10 0 ©2© I
'Roach..... 101 0 OOj
Totals. .32 5112716 1 1 Totals 34 152410 1 j
•Batted for Ford in the fifth lnnlny. I
Philadelphia 0 0 •« 0 1 0 I 2 x— S i
New York 0 0 0 0 •■ •« 0 0 I—l I
Txio-base hi** Baker. Cree. Three-base hifs j
— Olr.rinir i2l. Hits — Off Ford, 4 In 4 Innings; j
off Manning. 7 in 4 innings. rth.-<- hits — j
Murphy. Hartsel. Sacrifice fly— Collins. Stolen j
bases— Kaker. Knight. Double play — Bak*r. Col- \
lins si Hauser. Left on bases — ■■» York. 7: j
Philadelphia. 8. First on ball*— Oft* Konl. 2: j
off Manning. 2. First en errors — Philadelphia, j
1. Hit by pitcher — Coombs fDanielst, by i
For! (Baker). Struck out — By Ford. 5; by
Manning. 1; by Coombs, 2. Time — 1:55* Ur- i
pire — O ' Loush 1 in.
JUST k GIFT TO SWEP
Mr. Kecne"s Colt Wins Rich
Turf Prize in a Gaiiop.
HORSE SHOT AFTER "CHASE
Bird of Flight II Breaks Leg:
Whil* Running in Colors of
"Mr. Stokes. ""
! In spite of the fact that James R.
! Keene'3 Sweep enjoyed a practical walk
over for the rich . r^nee Realization
Stakes at Sheepshead Bay ye3ten!ay. th^
racing was of a kind to more than satisfy
i the Wk holiday crowr! which turned out to
: see tho close of tho sprinsr meeting ef th«
j Con^y Island Jockey Club. Two stirrin*
J head-and-liead rinJshes, an interesting
! sieeplochase anc], }as: but not lea3t. a coo?,
i refreshing bre« 7.- combined to make th«»
j closing scenes at the attractive and popu
lar course a fitting- cflzaax to a most aar
■ cessful meeting. So far as could b*; judged,
i the crowd wit>- the MMM of the season.
1 a clear indication teat the sport of racing
j still holds a warm place in the hearts of
i many jiersons.
! On account of the early closing of the
; Realization Sweep had no opposition
worthy of the name, and Mr. Keene never
, won perhaps JIC3SO so easMy. •"-_-•
! value of the stake was J13.45), of which
♦ !0.i»» was added by the Coney Island
, Jockey Club, and, of course, tho lion" 1 *
shara went to th© vlc-chairman of th*
I Jockey Club, as his horses ran one, two,
; with Hindoo Star, the only other starter,
: trailing in a bad last. The victory of
Sweep place.l Mr. Keene at the head of
I the list of winning owners for the season,
i a position he has occupied for three years.
There was Just a touch of excitement
during Use race, when Hindoo Star shook
j off Suffragist rounding the far torn and
■went after Sweep, which was Just loaflna;
; along in front under a stout pull. It waa
' only momentary, however, as when Matter
let out a wrap Sweep bounded away, whll*
Suffragist hood raced around Hindoo Star
i and came on to chase his stable companion
i home.
The Welkin -won dM Independence)
Steeplechase in th» colors of Henry
Craven, after one of the bust end most ex
. citing; Jumping raves of the season. It
I was marred by an unfortunate accident
i which cost -Mr. Stokes" Bird of Flight
11, a most promising Jumper." Tha her**
fell at the third hedge and broke ona of
I his legs Just above the ankle. On exami
1 nation it was found impossible to »▼«»
j him, and a bullet put him out of his
I misery.
"Mr. Stokes," the norn de course of Sirs.
F. Ambrose Clarke, purchased Bird ; «*
Flight II from her husband for $1. it was
laughingly told by th- paddock crowd, but
the first appearance of "his" colors turned
out badly. Bird of Flight IT which beat
Rossfenton, the Grand National winner
at the Brookiin* meeting, was highly
thought of by Mr. and Mr? Clarke and
the close students of Jumpers, s.
The fie?-] which went to the -post In
clnded ten of tW» best Jumpers in train
ing, and The Welkin more than justified
all the grood things said about her after
galloping' to such impressive victory in her
last race. She fenced in a bold, fearless
way. and had enough speed on the flat to
force most of the pace and enough
stamina to keep on running to the end.
Rounding the last turn Sanctua loomed up
as a dangerous factor, but he hung und?r
hi.-- Impost of 168 pounds in the final drir^
and was all out to beat Mint" a. head. for
the place.
Sanctus pulled up sound, and on that
depended his being shipped to France with
his stable companion, the speedy but faint
hearted Di Mm. 1 Bob ill Win Ml will take
the two horses abroad for Paul J. Ralney.
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. "Wilson,. Jr., were
sadly disappointed at the fa lure x>f_NausJion
to win the second half of the r.'O'^ui* Event.
The son of Yankee was pinched off as
the barrier went up. and appeared to be in
a bad pocket in the early part of the race.
Butwell waited for an opening on the rail,
but when it came Xaushon was not good
enough, with ill pounds up, to make up th*
lost ground, and was beaten a head for ••
place by Meridian. --
The winner turned up in August Bel
mont's Footprint, which ran a greatly im
proved race over his last start, when E.
Dugan had him alt over tha track ant'
was suspended for rough riding- Archibald
waited patiently while Kingpin and No ■
elty took turns in forcing the early pace,
and brought Footprint up in the last fur
lons to win under a mild hand ride In th*
fast time of 1:11 for the six furlongs. Thi.t
was only two-fifths of a second behind
thf track record, established by ScweU tn
ISO 6. with 1«S pond* up.
Meridian ran in the name and colors d
C. I- Harrison, who decided at the last
minuta to withdraw him from th» sale be
fore the races. He was so disappointed
when Housemaid was knocked down to
Matt Allen on one bid of JS.tXO that he re
fused to make a sacrifice of Meridian, of
which he thinks highly.
James R. Keene's Mellsande is not lack
in? in speed, but she does not seem abi* io
carry it six furlongs with the best spring
ers. She raced head and head with Resti
gouchf* rounding the turn in the opening
handicap, but gave up the fight when
straightened out. The Commando gelding
then carce on to win by the width of a
hand after a stirring battl9 with Princ*
teat. I*9 the 9ft£tl o< ■•
after a stirrir.z battle with Priw*
Gal in the last sixteenth, i'hilling. who
was back in the saddle after a short sus
pension, appeared to outride McGee In th»
final drive. Another excuse could be
offered for Prince Gal. as - 1 - was all tan
gled up act thy start and was forced la
close ■ big gap to reach a contending p«
sition.
E. Dugan, the jockey, who is under sus
pension for rough riding, is 111 with pneu
on for
monia at th" irunshine Hospital. Bath
Beach. The boy caught cold wbila ia
swimming, and pneumonia developed.
Vincent Powers was unable to accept *
mount yesterday, an h» was suffering frcun
being overcome with t'ne heat on Sun4*^-
The midsummer meeting of the Brighton
Beach Racing Association, the dates ami
fixtures of which wer*.> tak*>n over by th*
Empire- City Racing Association, will begirt
to-day at the track, near Yonkers.
ENTRIES AT EMPIRE CITY.
FIRST RACE — Selling : tUree-year-oliis aa.4
upward. Six fortonr*
Name. wt ! Name. "Wt.
Ethon 1!5 Infatuation ....Ma
Prushbroom 114 i • Hlundara. \o*
Rial!, Il3jGilp!c uk".
c- 1x ... ■ 114iPrc«a ParaJo 1T... lt»2
CWly" Fair 110;«Hlavk i^lef. ....J*
Jeanne J'Arc ' ,l:, l:i * Stick •;
Nonda I08J«O»er — »'
Seneca. II 105j 'lit rtacn . 97
EEI*ONL> TtA«.'E — Two-j ear-olds: maid^iw.
Vivrt fur'.ung*.
Gauntlet 112!*v>o!faH 1»
H\v Straw . HSlTh* :ta«...- 1«»
Dartworth !':■:■- lj»
Cv ttua ll2lFcreater 1«»
Althon. !JH XU T ACC *
Beu Laska arrttUftM 1««*
Hamlrunr.ing ll^Trirplns ■' '*
Th« fcVear 112(LaeUfc, Alleo. .10!'
Thrifty ie»|Uiccoui;h «*>
Stare I*>l
Til I HI » KACE— St-Ilms: thrc*-year-olds- One
Frank V"urcel! 11l I •Acumen »•
Banty 'r. l^-ilarisot ... *:
FOI'UTH liAt'K— THE BltlOHTOX: threc
y^ar-olJs and ufw^rd: >;i!«t>. one mil*
iT'-trloiui T2»?iUalmatlau 11*
"in J Jame. : X*\ Candl-^rry 1U
Fl«--T» UAi'E— THE ATLANTIC STAKES:
Uo-yoar-uUU: |1.5« W. Kive anU a ha!:
Aimi^CaS?". •'■ •« ■ Jl » V 9?
Cn:tß^ ■**'
SIXTH BACK — Srlilng: four-year-olds and
upwa t»n<s ir'l-» and a - .---ntii
D! i.-W Mat, . li:j! 'lmitator 103
Montmmery 112IOrca.saa tt^»
Uil of LangJfn li>»sjKa!ciiaa W»
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