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C01BT ON ?IS Visions of a World's Series Here Still Sparkling. NO DREAD OF ATHLETICS News and Views on Live Topics of the Day, Both Amateur and Professional. BS of the world's championship serl?s in this city have not faded, although the Giants were checked in their proud to a Xatlcnal league pennant in f hicas;-? A week ago ? SSI J thing pointed ? fag being won beyond recall by this time, but the fighting Cuba proved con? clusively that they had not been tamed, although recent defaatl at the hand* of Pittsburgh, Brooklyn and Hosten had led to thai ? it was disappointing. It, when "Roba" Marquard and the might) Haft i tl"'lr came- ? and Thursday ? .jual to the call on Saturday and the Cuba was not 'at a break trlng of Ham York rtotorisa Tha Giant a had been Tiding rough-abod orar ai! opposition In | . as, and the strain was bound to tell. The calibre of th? team was shown In s/lnntm Mraic ? -ratgh' If out of rive fr^rn the ? ctnnatj two weeks, witli tha ? d tlonal handleap of Jumping j from one 1 itsntly ; ebai gtng : tired . and t rvea sadly fr result of th- to asm s ?ub ? lacked the dssl ? ' for a ? drsadad for weeks \V this is ?aid, nol ? ? . t| Cuba, but to d'-> to ti fought ' ! UHl tO thi top iftl i '? TV of bas<^ ince. of pniirp?. that Lp from ih? gri is a mighty t worth considers? tlon with - eft to pla: - have- h si < han^e to cheer will < tu* la due tim?- It tig, under th* olrcuBBstances, to glance ahead to the world series, all a full ar d omprshenalre comparison ?.f ihe Giai.'s and the Athletlos must be de - which naturally are with the Giant-, l ai OSavtnosd that New York will beat i'hlla ? was the case in 1906. It will conquest uni?-- ?attain? ?,-reat An ? .me crop up In some SI but In tha battle to the dag llanta, go far as 1 can se'. will have h slight advantage in their re? markable ?peed on the bases and ?-.-?? gon< ? reneai Cosnl? Mack, th?- brainy manager of th? Ubieties, scouts th" idea that the alMm should bo settled on base He says tl will decid? to Bendtr, Coombs, . Morgan and Krause as reasons Why rill wi Matched against these, v. r will be Matty, Marquard. Am'?, I ?randall bulk of the n" doubi, falling on the shou'r ? the i~ase in the pas' ? ? b ng block to th? ? li banded, so "cn'-fin'-cl. He n the lnt*rc1tv series ibl a ill b? pood ? ' .:.im"? in the worM - I ' the circum Mr at first . concerning Marquard, i fa^t has bean ? ? ;?? n led i it In four oi r?)l<>! five beer The Boaton may which cas? h? ma old self w : al teal ? ornes if th? chief burden will not r no?? between e - and the outfields of the t-.vr ?. ielnhla has a n ? ork-. with hut ? Herzog. F; dHph: Ulk, I.or.' 'Hants attar off. with Davore, Snodgrs t r-a^ 'n tha ail-importun position be? ers, foi I o;k and Thon win match their nse waa the aurprles of thi last aeries, and did m well, but <? It rat?d as the batter catcher of ? ? ? In hitting th? ictics hsTe ? i ? id their respe tlve li f only a tas ? ? ?. . than amor;. ???-.?? the ' I, and thll ? ? ? The Brooklyn S ? ? in blocking the <??. theyr Rghi with tha plac? Thsy took I hand ia*jt weak In ke?i orid plaftl by winning I I ?Si In Pittsburgh i Is Its soonei it has bass playing like a Brst d'vlsl"!i Chlb on thi? last West trip The Brooklyn "fan"-' so ? ?? take boflrt for anothei to? i,i bolstering and i'modi Dine refore the next ' ? of this work is now S I .?li has ? combti .rk or an Infield ai rlmaatlng al thi k< j atom If m nan have \ V'.rk thi "? r 1 I Priest and ' .?? trial lb ? of the i ? ?? .in in b m t-*.' With i".Ian at third. Marts? n ? ?aid sTillia Of tb' ? seed at < , New low, I with bis trip, and I. I ' n su ? ? ernli un? i ' , ' .:- tO ill' autcome. Without Linrced toare la reasen^ for Bom? anxiety, but unies* Asthony F. ] Wilding reconsider? hla decision not to play J this year the < nances are still bright that ! Maurice K MrLouehlln, Peals C. Wrlflht and a third player, tf one la selected, will bring their lona- Journey to the other fide of the world to a successful ending Mo Loughlln has Improved his gamo material? ly since he visited Australia with MslVllll H. Long two years ago as challengers for the cup, whereas some confidence mav be gleaned from the fact that He.ils C Wrlflht won both hla singles matches from Brooks and Wilding In 1906, when he. with F. H Alexander, failed In their mission by a single mateh The most unfortunate part of Larnad's late decision not to make the Journey lies In th? fact that the United States National Lawn Tennis Association Is placed In much the same predicament a." was the case two years ago, when England's team was beat? en by our strongest players in the prelim- ; Inary ties at Philadelphia, following which a much weaker team Journeyed to Aus? tralia for the final matches Those w-ho know Billy Lerned have every reason to SOOUt the idea that he had no intention of : making th? trip. A close friend of his as Burea me that he had set his heart on bringing hack the cup nnd was grievously disappointed at not being able to get away No word of complaint or criticism is like Iv to come from the English Lawn Tennis i Association for the seemingly unsports pitting ."ir st: ? best against Baflland'i challenging team, only t., send a team that the Britons might have beaten to Austrslii for the cup The faet remains, however, that much crit? icism hai been heard from various sourcea and arill he continued to be heard until th? deo<l of gift is remodelled In a wav to prevent such a palpably Unfall and Ineon gruoua condition to ol ? ind'i team, rtjade up of T>ixon. Beamish and LOWS, who ? on th? \Ve?:t S'd? courts lome three weeks flgo. would have beer, lucceseful in turn ' Ing the table' tf Larr^d had not led th? American forre? but 1 do gsy that th" | chancea for an Engliah victory would have been exceeding!'- bright, for, as it was. "lerican team had h mlghtv close call. Two years asm I had reason to be!le\e that th? desire for a big gat?" in Phlhv delphia led thi ' rdted fltatea National Lawn Tennis Association into a most un? fortunate blunder This v?ar T am .on-, : thai Onlj an 01 BUtlnflenCy brought about the aam< unfortunate eondi-1 tlon 1 ? del tt ? then, crltl ! clsm can be directed onlj ?>1 th? deed of gift which makes II poealble for eonven- j lenee to V? nanshlp by taking advantage of one \ challenging nation, even though, sa wsa the I ear, without Intent | .tack Johnson says h? will retir? for all time as heavyweight boring champion of I th" wo) id res, when the crinkle of stiff I currency, thi -lick of gold and (he sparkle of diamonda cesse to lure If that time ? - Joseph F. Widens? is a true friei of racing lie will be the holt on Thursday Lynnewood Farm, at Klkins Park. I Tenn . to all 1" and many are sure to take advantage of his hospitality. Those who do make the, ney from this- city esn count on some] good aport, with eight rares en the card Oo'fiD?! titles have gone far afield this . ? ear As a slight equivalent for the loss of the t'r.lted States championship to Eng- ; land, this country now boasta the titles of Fiance Germany. Eastern Austria and; BwltSSrisad "Chick" Ivini I- responsible! for the I a- H R?veil for I e; -bree I B. i The team hatting in the world's I year was Philadelphia. ? 'hlrn?ro. o 221 Collins led 'be Uhlett.? mark of 0.429 i. m D The share of 'he playera fimn the five flamea in the world's ? fall we? 171,07191 Of this amount the ayera earn?d 13,093 79 esch and the Chicago players 11*17111 ?a'h Looki like close to tft,ODQ for the lucky HTSRBKRT RAIN INTERRUPTS TROTTING [Only Six of the Ten Rares Aroi Held on the Speedway. .' the ten evei I ? '"r ,tv ? ? k o? the Road Driver? ai ira] Psrii ware run off yesterday be ne down hard eno I . but they will be allowed to land i - . will be run off next Sunday, In conjunetlon with ti mme errar. ? I daj r sum? ' aw. PACING rate'., f n, H a ''J' Harper) l l I ? 2 \ s 4 2 ? Tim-, 1 01 -T CI<ASfl A. I 1 Vjrwortl .- Wf-i'Mnd, - k. 2 I ROTTDia ' LABS P 3 l l r. M 12 2 art.. 3 7 :\ 4 8? I 4 ,,, i |0, 1 |0 1X0 CLAB 4 4 11 ,'????' a i t 2 l 1 v 2 3 4 m ? ! , . ? Kl 1 lu I U 1:10 TKOTTlNa CI?ABf D n-JI, he II ?Mi 22 i :; <-. I l"'} i 11\ TROTTING 'M >->- I" n fU ' ahllll , i g. (ft. S3 ?in |r , 1 |. <J. Hi ? I l 18 i".'"1, i i in Relu? i i t.! i il. Hum ni t ' \ Mullad) ' I .'i 4 4 Tim-, i OS, i os SKEETERS WIN AND LOSE The terse] Citj team of the Blast? i n i thi Lincoln Olsnta i semi .' nine, divid? d a double header rowd at Olj mi'i - Field tferda) The Bkeetem v.. re abut out In the ntet ire of l to o, but n the fir.nl combat, vsnqul a gam-- Which was cut 10 tfl I : nnlng folio* ': M E .o ooa i to i .'.I ? I : . . .-??n? R. H.l ., i, I .. o i l I 11 n ? ? .... ? i, ,, .. '?METS" BEAT NEWARK INDIANS Eastern I * ? . liet i opolltani ., ?. . .... ..i 11 tn 0 I ne at I ? ? I ? r? oppi sent ' ? of? ? i hi Ir likti It v n ii i ' II . I v l .' .,,...' Bal fil' Donnell and atari n ? > W l*< i ... ?! V BkaaeaaUl im n i ?va. bouton, amar. Laagu? ?'ark. Aim. too. Indications Point to Some Stronq Elevens This Year. SEASON IS WELL LAUNCHED Pendleton, of Princeton. Likely to Shine in New Place at Quarterback. With the college football season fairly launched, there Is reason for putting sorm credence la the reports from th? leading elevens that they would be strongly repre? sented on the gridiron this year. Indies-1 tlons of strength were plainly apparent In the opening games at Yale, Harvard. Princet"!! Pennsylvania and Cornell. Dart-! mouth and Brown are a bit unsettled, and may bare gome difficulty In maintaining the pace they eatabtlabed last season, but ll Ig yet far too early to pass Judgment In ihis rasped Dartmouth has lost a number j of men who i"i iwo or three years nava kept tbe Green to th.- fora, while Brown, too, suffered from graduation, and. mon over, Is lacking In fast, heavy man for the line. The other teams menttonsd are weil fortified with the kind of mat. rial BO I Ssry to the building Of winning elevens, sol much win depend upon the coaching! and genarsl davalo] meal to bring about suits that count Th" games next li v win furnish another test, al? though they still in ist be classed of th* ! i reliminary kind Th- meeting between Harvard and Holy Cross should prove par? ticularly Interesting, at it will furnish more or l^ss of an early season line on the teams which win fight it out on November kl at Csmbrldge Yale defeated Holy Cross "ii Saturday by i score of SJ to 0, asjd Harvard men aro confident that the <~lrirn- | son ele\en will do as well, if not r?ttex. Syracuse mad?? a brav <-tand against ? ale last y*ar, and was beaten only by a s';or<* of :2 to I The eleven from up the Mate ma; spring another surprise BSSt Ssturdsy at NOW Haven, as I am told that th" team la ?fairly strong and well ad vanead Pennsylvania has a score to settle With l rstaus, a t?ain that defeated the Quakers in the Opening game, last year It ; was held in more reaped this season and moved up one week "ii the schedule in order to give Penn.-o lvanla a chano- to be t advanced and to have the experl once of one gain" to offset anv possible chance of another defeat Princeton Will take, the lie] : Villa No\a in wh.it promises to be a rather easy game, while ' "'nell will face Oberlin. Dartmouth Will do battle with Colby and Brown will tight It ..ut with the Maasachuaatta Agricult i College i it striken me thai the Princeton coaches I ng well In trying "Tothr" Pendleton at quarterback, and 1 will be surprised If a' rather dlftVult probh m of rinding a capable man to run the team i9 not solved Pi dleton mad- a nan i foi blmaalt laal ysar as one of the fasti ist and most alusiva ??acks In the history of the game, and earned the distinction of getting a place; on Walter Camp's all-America team. In my opinion, he bad one fault last year- the Is? k of Initiative In finding an opening Ba? leas protected at the start by Interference < ?neu under wa>. however, he had few equals, and some of his long, brilliant runs through a broken field have rarely. If ever. ? - . equalled. It may be eaid In Ids favor that he was a marked man In the Jg .. game, whan this Isult w-as most not] ? and the fault, if fault it was, will no doubt ; ? ov? - sol ":er the. new rules ? qui rtei ick is less i alined, and big -, alue i ?- the ball will not be last It Ml Ikes me further .?ill tbe |i ?-,!? as '"i- an ideal -, -, if ] sesees ft" all impor tant'oi r to tha -,.. ,; team There Is no question ?bout his speed, resourcefulness and sbillty I if ii- .-an rombln? sith the powei ol direction i" the ttren of conflict Capta Howe, of and Captain Bprackllng, ol Brown, win have a strong rival 1 ? Ol of being ? he ail anv rl i i s ,nis raai ? ? .. . ? etor ' leven ? i ulsted to -nake the ; for the .. rv : ili'" age was deoidedl> ragged ( me tl ' g. however, whs d able, letei ? Dilnatlon of thi ? to gat the men well grounded In the fundsmentala of the gai . Nothing but straight football was allowed, a- deal thst the ???uni with a powerful ei ? h t.. ciin on straight tbey ai.- wltl i" ftriktng ? .| . i ? ? . . ' ???my' ? g"al line Tb. ? ? ire was tha work of 11 ? Un> m< ev? ry reason to bl ? Have that ihe line would be exoeptioi ?trona for a Princeton team this year, 'nut the forward! bave developed -lowly. With a light beckfleld it will be shaol tlsl t" bave a powerful line to give tl-.. backs enough protsction and Interfer? to let them get wei; stsrtsd if this condltloi obtains the Tigers must i.e ?1. for n i ; seldom 'hat a trio of auch fnv'' mei ? Pendleton, Bswyei and rlakl r get toget teat i . Bswyei was t n ? ' ? ..f th* n art? ' mile lie Bakei pen Held running <'ap tain Hart I- down to play tackle but with i Tin.. pmbli.g a good pair <.f ends still m: ed on one of I rlsrt Is the ... ,, pr|] . wiiii id- weight and deadl might be :? "?? ond K llpsti Ich H? la t? : ? i peculiar 1 uild to : ti ake good been t^tt.t. d | '.'It i Tl 'i be conflict on Novemhei ? Tale? Harvard aid' for keen regret Qeogrsph lly they are well separat? ? ? bridge and ib<- ?drier | ? |.,;t, dn ds who tlev will ? ?> the ?porting editor*, they i>a\- i.H^..n ? testa < I. A. OwsM . ? . " the op. oing gama against i ? va\ | in "I i S Val.- \\ ? ^ ? "The team is si thla time of .>. asi in d<-\. . ? ? and i ondltlon Both the tackling and defence were very good There was to., much loi ? i andllng ol the ind too mui h Inti hi the neu? tral gone, all ol lion, will be the benefit- of t!,, , .m f'll ? : i availed hi.,_? the active ? pretty well satisfied, but not toe much o with the flrst game Indi i ble for H I heal mind and v. nrk to avoid an? i epetlt Ion of t ei .friend i.,,, ; flrst ( ? i was ? ' 'i the men l i Lafj n to mourn th? ..i Bob Polw? ll as be i coach .-r th? foot i ? I eleven Hi en oyed thi confld? H" pis ? ' ? to .sad ? , v || In a in? t, n. ? tad aa hi i ? i. red onl] two ? thi bsi Princeton end Penn ylvsals To offset these Lafajette dffeated PrU.ct.tou by a aturs JENNINGS MAY MAKECHANGE Detroit Manager Wants interest in Washington Senators. yVaetatafltoa, Oet I -Hughei leaning*. manager of the Detroit Ameritan league teem, may become manager ?n<i a stock? holder In ttie Washington American League t lui. During the presen' serles between Washington and Detroit Jennings has con? ferred with President Noyes, of the Wash? ington club, who Informed him that be would he welcome as manager and stock bolder, if It could be ariing?d with the Detroit management. I would like to get an interest in the local club and manage the team here." said Jennings before leaving 1er Detroit. 1 have been treated royally In Detroit, and am well satisfied there, but. of course. I would have some of my own money tn the club here, and that Is naturally the one thine that a fellow who hBs been In baseball over twenty years strives for." 'CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS Rain Fails to Stop Athletes in Many Weekly Fixtures. The rain, which transformed the vsrioua falls Into deep muddy toads, failed to prevent the 'cross-country rtumera taking part In the many invitation iun-i which were held throughout the oity yea- ! terdsy The rjtencoe Athletic Club, of Hiriem, held its opening fixture with a J field of forty men toeing the mark. Harry Jameson, the illstance runner of the Imme club, enjoyed 'he oersted dis-j Unction Of IOS ding home the first pack In admirable fashion. He retained a good ? position behind the pacemskera for the] first two miles, when hi lumped to the I front and held the lead to the tspi Jimmy j 'row ley, a rlubma?. , behind. The Bummariee follow i'o-it.o: Nasae and 1? H. Jameson, Glencoa > i 22:00 2?J. Crowley, Glencoa a ? 2?:*? a?\v. Wilson. Hudson Guild. 22:48 4 Burrta, unatta bad ... 6 G Masducca, Glencoa 4 C. 29 I" ? 6-J. Hedeil. Qlancoa A C 23:13 t?i. Ma htno, Bt Anne A A. 23:2* s?v. Har.d, Domini.an Lyceum. ... u. c Levy, Olea i ' i 23 :";s lo- II. gpelzer, Olen A C 28:40 il- M gfcea, Olencoe A. C... 2t 03 12 " Walab, Ole?cea a ^ . 240:.: 13 J. W!?l*r. unattached. ... 24 12! 14- -A S"-rr.s, Qlencoe A ' . 24 4? I II 'I [? Williams, ll-H-en O'ltM , 24 4<< 1-Yank Masteraon. the three-mile .lunlor metropolitan champion, s-ored his second Victory of the early season when he de feated a pack of twenty-flve entrants in the weekly iun of the Mornlngslde Athletik <*luh over Its course on the West Harl-m attesta Tie former Mohawk runner ran an exceedingly fast race from the outs-t. v. inning by a comfortable margin In the. time of ISA, within ftfteen aeconda of thei ,'.,'irs<> reoord .lark Reynolds and Jack Monument, both' of the Irish-American Athletic Club, who' arert well toflsthsr for the last two miles, finished second and third. ISSpsellVSly, A| small margin separatiiiK them The (summaries follee ; , ? N.-i ? ..? I tab 1 Franh Maeteracn, unattached 19:81 |l \i.ieri.-an A (.*. -I" '" ?' mment. Irl--h An.ertcati A C -'' 20 H . Il ? (J 111 A A ? >?? 3? w , E lla>.-s. Irish American A. 0 '.'I 21 l, Xavier A A. 2?:38 7 J Maler unattached. 21 M ? ; Norman, Mornlngaida A C 21:88 n P. Nlckereon, Yonit-r? a ?, ?? 21 "? |i B Brenneeen, unattached ? ... 31:68 II?j, cm,1, ouasm A A .... -'2 t.; 22 v Stanley, unattaeh-d . 22:88 R II] Ho f ''loss La "im . 23 of, H M Manfredl, Xariar A a "23.:'..'. ? Be le M -".Ihk?M' v ? 2a M F.ddie tlammll. a fast. Unattached distance runner, again outclassed the Bald that com? peted ll: the We^t Harlem Athletic Club run, srorimt his third vlctery BO far this season The summaries follow Poittlon Nam* and clut Time. Hainmil. unattached ll OB : T. smith, unattarh' I 1P:1? I H T m? Si Georg? A. C.... 10:80 4 O K?rr- St. George A M 50 r, ?; Klely. Waal Hari-m a C... ?rOO * C Moray, Weal Harlem a C. -?"12 7 R Turmar Weal Harlem A r s h Herman. Weal tiari-m 4 <~ go 17 t. n restar, Tt*ei y c 30 21 10 t Hehnai unsttaehed l l" Hsrry Smith, tra^k captain of the Paa time Athlerln I'l'ib, was ClOSely followed by four of his elub runners In winning the Initial run Of the Rradhurst Plaid flub ? tbiee nnd ore bnlf mil- -oorse tn Hsrlem Tht S'immarl?s folios 1 , ?? ?lib t II Bmlth, Paatlme \ 1 1-? 47 S?J. J. Ht ick, Paalln ? A. C lft:11 I! ' ' ?? Pastime / C ,.Ii? ll 4 b .2" lrt B ' kTcDermotl Paat I ... 2" 18 ? i- Lall] Union Settlement _ 20 81 7 II Ft-i' a, 10:84 B?8. 1 ?<?...,. v , 20:80 1 , . . , ,, . . 21 ea 1 ... ...... 21:0g ?iei.i. 1 . r the Paitinu K\ ? ?ink had to run hla best t.. ain the four mile run of the Pennant Athletic Club, tie ? a> trailed closely bj Prank Smith, of the 1 ??. \- letic ''iiib arho puihed him hard from the ^m Eleven met irsvsreed the course twice, Tom Harria, of the filen* ? "? Athletic Hub, hesdlng the ten runner? who rlnlahed Tin summarlei fonda 1 ? 1 G H" "I' ' . 1 ------- \ 1 .'? 1'. 2 r T?rk A. 1 i\ .mi :: .1 ?. 1 lime A. C... 21:30 4 .' M ' .1 ?? 1 . ? eum 21 81 ?i\ 8*1 ?i .1 M 1 la lit . P lUtlsl K. C . 0 1 . 'J-J "?'. I 1; Hnxt.m ? Lycau g t m K-iii-i. ? unatta i m- 1 Lynsl ' Lye? urn . f *i to n In IflOfl and played l'i nnsvh .mi ? te ?< ti* -cot. of 8 td ' Further than ? In the undei Colwefl the >faro..n .,nd Whit? ? '?') 1 <>lnt - t.. ? ? g oppoitH nta Lafsyetl ha evs B, hOW< rer, to anticip?t another sue ful 1 01 'Hi 1 'i \' ?! merty Of Wl I ? Bis, WOO has 1 een aeiected ' I ? 1.1 ell H, tl ,-, ? in Im it'- is recog? lied I strategist ?( th< game, and la iv Iscklng I In th.- happy faeultj of Imparting hla I knowledge to others r-raft, combined ?ifh iltth ?? maki ? f." result! ludfltnfl 1 :? nbridge, Wlflfllesworth has hla work cpt out to hold rt< 1 !"k Potter 1- fining in hriiiiaiit f ishlon, hla fom Fmlth betna aonderfully arrnrate >n.t ef? fective m h ?? expc ted of ?Hihi 1 md at Hai ? ?i because ..f hla skin in ?irnp kicking. He won th* Harvard Prti eton f: ahmen Issl ; ' 11 for til- '?? im lohnti' Kllpstriek, one of | ?nds in th. historj of football, is being missed at -, .,!.? this full He as! the atsnd srd t" hlfll thst the coaches i:r'' likely to 1 ictlni in developing capable men for Hi? wtn^-s Welti 1 Bomeialer appear to e tl ? all al present, sut W. ? ? o| the erew last gering, earn ptsci sa h? sppssi st..' 117 flitalitlss. Merritt, captain ? i next rear*a Nitirbsll tseaa, la hathfl ' ? ? tltoti fer 1 apt iln Howe at quai " rbei I 11 " ? n t' ? ihman eie\,.|i boHs's of a Wit in toa ind 1 ? 1 othlngham (f F. B, withl ?..?! ? plaj ai wen ? his brot 1...H11 ' Paul .mi If 11 w Ft,. ham folios . 1 the footsteps of hla feet Will I ?? W.-ll |..'!\..| and th< fn. ?1 1 , ..n 1. ?i w uii ? 1. gridirona acsttsred about .it indove- , rieltoi mtflbt t"- pardoned for ? mi- n it 11 1 football etreoflhold. - 1 1 ' smit'i - !'? 11 n i srd 'vai 1 1 has ?" ' ipt< ?! .i position ss Inetru toi .it im k. ssot sad will seech the JootbkJl eleven. in.ui'Lirr Wreck Hopes of Cubs by Admin? istering Lusty Walloping. MARQUARD BACK IM FORM Rube Shuts Out Chicago, While Visitors Take Revenge on "Lurid Lew" Richie. IUy Teleuiaph t., The Tribune I 'tur ago, Oct. 1? Those Giants played ilk? the coming champions in the final game of the series with th" r\ihs this afternoon, winning a decisive victory by a score of I to Si and Increasing their lead to a point when thc\ need only three more victories to clinch the flag, even If the Cubs should win everything left on the schedule Maw York's triumph gave the team an even i reqk on th< ?? i ion i ssriaa. it was a terrifie struggle for seven rounds, neither team being ?hie to get a run, slthough both were working in des? peration it vis only h question of which .in,, would weaken Brat, and In the eighth Hi? break came, and it was the niants who n lop, with Fred Merkte the leader] m the attsek. They drove In two runs then and .-am" back still stronger In the ninth, getting three niore Tin- Cuba could not g"t one men urtng the einrire battle Ruh<- Msrqusrd completely retrieved him? self for th? fai| ?n the nrat game of th? striae, for h? pit? bed in magnificent form ail the ?ray, giving the f'ubs only six base hits all told and keeping them far away irom the home plate until the closing rounds On the other hand. "Lurid !*>*?'' Richie, who shut on? tho New Yorkers In the first game, could not come back, al OUgh he did some game and admirable f labhing for seven rounds, holding his own With ?h? tall New Forker in actual results, even if hi.? a ark a i; not so brilliant Rub.--' arsj never In grast dange- until tha seventh inning, and the niaini?r in which he pitched himself out of that hole m.irk.-d hint as | greater pitcher than CM? cago "fans" have given him credit for being R> had been hurling at a steady pace up to that time an I depending en thi support of his mates to a largo dSgTSS. during thai time bg was In a posi? tion where a base bit off him would have ? runner hongs, and each time he fanned s batter, showing he had reserve power to call int<> play In the seventh tl e ?'ubs began a rail) thst indicated Would "cop" the came right there and then. I but th* tali Mr Itsrojuard gritted big tssthl and got out of It Without a man getting I home. One was out when Jininiv Doyle laced out a ?ingle to cent'? n-ld, and It ? was followed by g terrific drive by Haler to right centre, the ball falling in a pool of water by the fen<-? As both Pnodgiass and Murray -wer., logging it for the hall Doyle did not dare advance until he saw It drop t.. the ground, then he got only to third las?, while Saler reached second. Artie Hoffman was the next hatter, and ever" "ri" knows that Artie c-ui bit a ball squarely over the plate to the far parts of the outfield "Rube ' had the task of get? ting Artie out and still preventing his hit? ting a long fly, for at that time It looked a? If one run would win th? game, and a long fly would let fio> le .-orne home from third. This wag where "Rub?" did his b??f pitching of th? day. for he ?urned loose a curve ball that no one ?ver thought he possessed, and h? pitched It with such al luring effort that he mad? Artie Hoffman swing at three ..f them, fouling off two of them and popping th? other high In the air to the ghortstop Ml of th'm would have: 1 ?en calkd balls and on? "f them was so ' wld? UlSt Art" did not swing, so h? might ' have eot a ba?? on balls, hut b? was fooled Into thinking he could land sq on that ball, and Swung at three bad on*s, flnslly ?lying on a pop fly R.ither than take a chance on .limmv Archer poking out a single. "Rub? - dell berately walk?d him to flr?t base, then made Rl^ht? hit a lltfl? fly ball to right I field, end he was out ?f th* hoi? and no man had scored Th^t took th? fight out nf th? Clt - at th? ?am? tlm? ^inspired the rjlants to. greater things Probsbl) this hit of pay- ] chology brought about th?tr vicious attack Immediately afterward, for they batted In two runs In a burn and whaled in ihre? niore In the last round to make th? ri? tory both sure and decisive Had Ar't" Hofinan prodi.-ed I single at that er|?ls. ever g long flj. which would nave given the f?tiba the lead, th? right might bsve been taken out of the Olaats and such confidence Inatallsd In the (Tube that R|r| Iff would have b??n able to ha\? stave.) off ? i..... ? rallies ii. the closing The wnnthet - ? I iflducive t.> goo 1 baseball playing nor t., drawing ? crowd. Early morning rains had soaked lbs diamond and Held, and it required the attention of a squad of labor-rs to prepare the place for the sfternoon 'oniest Th? , mud was If and dry sawdust iprlnkled over tha diamond, so the gam--? th? rV Id was unfit for go? -i "ase running or for good fielding. The management had prepared for B re - ? owd and I mporai i ists were ai ranged In lefl Held lo accommodate tue ?? ,,ib They were not need at all, and, unfortunately, helped the (Hants to th? rletory. foi It was s fly ball Into left field seats that ?tart d the eighth? : inning rail] H the seats had a< I n i there Jimmy Bherkard could ; I he i all \. it wa i, he had -?? much time , ambl? d up "'it', the al and t?m# . i ^. to it. anyway. I'-1" It fell t.. the ground for a tw? rat end H was the man ap Before Richie could gi two Wets borne M. rk' waa th? rjlanl s ? got thi luckj double, and it was at th? starl . . ? ? i ;? rsoa ! uni tor a an I m, ,! . third Fletcher, who had I threatened to lo ?? the game on two dif? t.i.i instances b] booting InfleM ground? ers, made good In this pinch with a cork? -un. foi two has- ?, Merkt? Mej era grounded out a I ii.'. h? mo? ad i thli I Marquard then i,.? b) prettj ...... . . . i barn that bi ? i home, thus ? : Irita of his own '? un and bringing deepei gloom i. the ? ubi i ? n III? -i to Bhi i kart and . ?id. .1 the Inning in th" ninth Isirry Doyle opened eith a single ti right, "ut was for ed at ?- bunt went straight 10 1 M rre; fanned, but |fei kle i ngled Hersog followed with s slnsl? co i .. tnd sendli M- rk ti 1 ..n the throw bom? Fletrher then sewed things up with s two base drive t" right ..-nire, scoring kterkli and Henog Fletcher ?tied to makea triple oj his im and was nit'", d .it bird ?[?h.- cSiba bad two men on with one out. In the ninth, hut Marquard fanned Ircher, mid Needhanii batting for Richie, rolled <i der t" Aral I it ended Th.- score folloa - ' ? 'I I ? Mb -\.,i . "b' 1 ahrlbpn n ? 'i 40 0 i " " She? Ward, . ? " "- '- -' " - ?" 1 .. I o I'M I O ? 00 |02 1 go M i f I " 1 .' o II : ? i . - . < ' ? ? it., i t, ' i ?' i " - .'? ? n m i . i ,, t i .- -? lb.(m m : i. n .. o -i'i'T?. .- i. 2Ham . ,i ft |() M-n-ci -I p 3 " I " 1 0 Hi. i,i ,. a 0 II o ?| I * V ? 1- on loo o .. o iiotr n reu te ? ?.?; is t - "i niiii'i inniiiK ?" ? ? I ort . o . ?, . " 0 I? " o o ,', Tara I Its ilU ,2, , i rlfli hin f> ii? i in, . ! i'" la '?;?'" si i>.. o,|,. p]M, ? ; Tort . M . , i i I t ? O-Mr ' T'm' ,M l'ra-jl,M hieansa ml "Baseball Fight in Tbvo Leagues llir-e -, kteriee ?ut Si the remalnln* twelte ??me. to pi?, ?III <lln.li Hie National league -lennant lor Ihe \e,v York iilant?. Tin l>e?i the ? hi. i?.' < nl>- rnn do b? "I" nlna all of ?h?tr remaining ?e??n gsaaea H to galas, uith a reren! of ill won and gg lost, fur nn average of ?10 By winning three more gam?-? 'be i,bin?? CSS finish with a -e*ord of M WO? ?"'I *'j ?WS, t?r an average of .116. NATIONAI MCH.Ir C.WIF* TO-PAY. New \ork at Ptftabiir|h. Brooklyn at < tnrlnnatt. Boston at Philadelphia. < hlrago at St. Louts. RKH'I.TS Or GAMK-t IBflfflJWAI New York, ft: fhlra|o. 0. Brooklyn re. St. l/oul* iralm Cincinnati vs. Boston riln NATIONAI. LEAG1 B RTAjrDfHO. <? I'-' * = = = -H ? = If.! r r New York ?III.-. ?118 14 13 15 02 ?48 r hiraio II ? 8 18 IS 14 f? 17 87 5f?2 PHt?b?rgh fill? ft is IJ II IftM.SSO Philadelphia in 7i:i? Kill:! IS 18 .842 St. Louie 7 I ?13?1111 13 73 .511 ilnrinnall H 7 10 III .I ? 11 17 ?8 .4M Brooklyn |i?8 h k ?ii- ft SO .423 llo.ton jj .". .? i ;' I II ? 88 .t?? (.?me? l.mt .Ml fill 'ifi M 10 Hl 82 Kl'. lXEUrAM MW.it ?.\MF> ti?i?\\ Beetes nt New York. vt I mil, .it ? hi. it:-' Mi'lrolt at ? I. . i Inn" Philadelphia a? via ?hingt on RBfltTLTfl <?i BAMEfl MMlKim llelrelt \ - St LSSSa irain'. ? lex ,.|,ni<i % ?. Chlesge (estai LMEMCAN ?iw.il. stimiim,. ?t r * / " s 5 L ? " = r 2 ? i ! r a 5 - = : Si iUl't'? < ?? i I s - Phtlitdelphln Detroit ? le-.rlanit New v.irk ? hlrago Bo?ton \\ tt-l.lnglnn Hi |.,l|is Garnet loal ? 10 17 13 11 13 It 20 fix OHO 12 ? 15 7 1? 12 11 1 i 87 59? :. I - Il II 11 II ibY: VA 8 18 8 ? 0 10 It lfl~7fi ,.M7 I s t 13 ? 11 13 Ifi 71 ."? n in tl nn ? io 121 .-, s H |ii 0 f) - 13 f,2 r.'t; t 6 7 8 4| g; ft ? 11 .281 |:< HO 70 71 ;; 75 8C, too CHECKS ACC SNUB Ends Tie Game with Rochester in Seventh Inning. The AH Star nine of Fasterr, Lesflue player'- playen a ieven*lttnlnfl tie game with I Ro? heater In the fourth game of the series I at Wledenmeyer Park, Newark, yesterday j BostllltJse ame to an abrupt <-nd eben a* design of rain fell, with the score standing; | at 2 to | The day waa dlsssjrssahla for the pastime, as from the outset rain Ml ? Intermittently, the ?lath and seventh frames being played In a drizzle The gloomv afternoon and adverse elements did not, however, deter som?? on? thousand 'fans" from attending-, snd mthUSiSSI not lacking The game bristled with sensational field- ? tng, both twirlers being saved by brilliant ' plays The All Stars have captured two of the battles already played, and would', have registered its third victory had nc ! Atz, the Newark ?econd biseman. fumbled , a ground ball in th? sixth Inning The op portunlty was developed to good advantag? ' bv the upstate t?am. which tallied the tie ins* run on a stolen base by Moeller. fol- | lowed by Kotter'e out and a tim?ly s ingle by Joe Ward to left field. Pick Rudolph, who pitch..,| for the AU ! ?tars, gained th" honors of a pit hing duel ; with r,ons Tom Hughe-, the Yankee out d the burden for the three* time ? hamplons The former allowed one l?ss hit than Hughes, who granted three complimentary piases, to a solitary "tie by Rudolph, Th" latter was largely responsi? ble for the two runs BOOred I '?' tils nine He mt 'ady. the brilliant Newark catcher, honie with ? baid driva for tu., ha??.? in the 1 inning rv ? ?- or., tolloera \t i ITAJta '; - 'Kb abrIhre . ? kbrlt'poa ? :. lb 3.Moran if 31 in.rf 8 00 0 0 Me* -' 3 1 " 1 1 0 Mill*'., f 201 i I'D l'os'?r, es 2 " 0 820 Murray If 3 00 0 "'?Ward. Bb 3 (? 2 "1" . .. ? 1011110 r'*; omi f s ii" non Parent ??- B01 2 4 0 Slmmone 2b 801 ISO Atz 2h 8 0 " 2 2 1 S| ' 800 8 -" rjSAj sill 20;Mitchell, r 301 500 i 3 1 j 1 eo Hugh??., r 20 1 ?00 I Tcrals \ I S'ars 28 .?1 10 1 f?.?|c " I I ? 'J rt .'1 ? 0 .. i ? a ?_ n O I ii | vii?t ban bj *r-'v Ro heetei i I ?ft en \ ick ?ut H\ Hull ee, 8; I ? II'; I? I ? hit ? '.-.- oran S'"',*', i -,?? * ' . i an^l ... ". '., !? !' v 1 M I'm '! irr.l" AUTOMOBILES. ..nnno" Fine Exhibition of Golf Seen Foursome on Apawamis Linkt" STRONG AND I. MACKIE Wl| Duncan Captures a Speck Prize and Nearly Breaks Alej Smith's Record for Course. An exhibition four-ball golf rratch a*.. Dunwoodle ''ountry <71ub yee-erday f^ ntshed the. most brilliant disrlay of ?g. driving e-.er c?>?n on an American llri and i larga lattery bad th? keenest ?utas? In the . ontest, whleh la?ted Ihro .rhout rk day, the Isst fr>-r holes being ;lay?4k the rata Th? contestan" -. Q*y^ Dun'an. the professional from Great Bfo ain. arbo 1? ri? on tour. I? a SBSJa i a of th? Fox Hl?ll Golf Chft. Herbert fltrong profssalonal of ? 2 .. d lack M u ki ' lbs Da ? "bib Btrot g and ' M?chj front ituaoi and lack Ma. Uie by 4 up and 2 to play. rial arise of ?: CSS, v+\ ? ? a or* > iti.iii t-- a| fti Bmlth' record tor th? ? - i t ok the w.!h a ^ but Str. red on t arht > ; .eath Strom i Mach) ...f.r,. ,p ..nt rigorous ? and the home profesional ron turb?la finished ? ;[ Tha 1? the ?ev?nt*enth thai gave ? m the ?.-?? ?ras m - It Stsckta ? ' '??-, thS edge of Ihe gTSSt! Strong and Isaac Hackle ha thi m?t*i oven at the sixth In the gj they took tbe lead thn - bi isu ?tackle on th? seventh Al I u Baj were always in fron*, and aftei elaglsj had tk| ? ?ct. r ??' thi rtateeath green ??? i up asi I to piny T boiss tvere split, thi seventeenth ? '???? whir? I lack afackls's feat of t but tho Britisher reached ?:? ? ?nd an Iron, instead ?? tare the* arlth nood. and he "?r ras down ? 'Wn> font put summary foUov/s BB8T BAI r. gGORM St?f-?ftNnffl gi rang si l Meikle. 4 4 g 9 g 4 g t S??M * .-. 4 4 4 4 4 4 H 8tr?nf- SBd t Mackle 4 4 1 i 4 S 4 4- ?17?Il tu and t Ma.-kie | g 4 4 g v-31?Ti agsrr bau? acontes h'twnoov Btreas *n * 1 staci .-.444442a t?gg Duncan an 1 r Mackle 3*444 ?.A4?"' ? c and I Mark:? 4 g I 4 I 4 4 ?- 4'r-B t 'ir"-?n and J. Ma<*ki* 14 I g 4 S S 4 M IS-fl INDIVIDU".? i. ' ?RDI ? ? or^e : tat Britain Ou* 4 * ? :i i ? g 4 ? In .4 ' 4 -, :: 4 4 4 f 1?71 0?t 3 4 4 4 4 .'. S 4 4?88 rn ...I 4 S 4 4 4 R .'i 8 M -rt-al Jaek Machia, Pun" Out S 4 .*. 4 4 I I 4 4--3H ir. .....4 a 4 ft 4 s 4 a s- a> u ?Jt . 8H444?iSC4 '?- M i 4 I I I I t ') H?-rrert Strong, Aca^amlf Ost .4 4 C 2 ? 5 3 4 4-4? In 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 6c ' 'it 44P444K24 tn ,,g ft 4 4 S 4 4 4 - '4-* ? Vt'kJ?. Fox Hill? Oat 4 4 P 4 .'? ? 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