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YankeesWin * Giants Lose * Superbas Lose j? ? Golf * Lawn Tennis .? Motor Boating
Caldwell a Surprise
and Yankees Triumph
White Sox Unable to Master
the Delivery of the Reformed
New York Pitcher.
ALLOWS ONLY FOUR HITS
Chance's Men Drive Cicotte
from the Box and Make It
Two in a Row in
Spirited Fashion.
Ray CaMwi'.'.. pttchlng tba aame put
edged braad ol ball tha! i lueed tha crttica
? a briUUnl futurc for hlm when
t, Brm j . es, .ame Into hta
own after a long lapoe at the Polo
Oroundi lay afternoon Nomlnateo
? v\ hltc sox in cru k
erl n
? ? weon, a PI
hia team tl
?. over Callahan'a boya foi thi
. .... rhel rewaaato
I. It was the flral aame the big fellOW has
.1 'n in aeveral weeka, for his t-houi
,s heen lons . ering from a
ln apring tralnlng. lt waa
? d rletor) I son
In acoring hia tnitial trlumph Caldwell
ltft uttto . I. Wlth all tha atuff
III the world on thc hall. he lel the White
gea down with a paitry four hlte, and.
r-.oreover, h- kept them BO rcmotely BCat
. that were lt not for a "decuHon" by
nir.een and a poor throw hy Roy
? tall, Whlch tn great mcasure WBB BX
Me, the Whlte Sox would have plared
? -i the gambol ln heei ing
with his downricht meanneaa in thc mat?
ter of permlttlng aafeUee. which are the
life of the game, Caldwell was ?
noaloua with his gtfta Only twlce did he
?? forget hlmaelf aa to underalgn
i to flral I
It was an aven thing untll the fifth
frame. and then the White Bo* gol a run
r.er around Colllna atarted by drivlng a
fiv io left fleid. on whlch Crce mada a
i aational leaplng catch. cra
? . <. ? bul holdlna feat B halk
I led a mean. weak llttle hopper that
Vrur.ded badly for Hartaell and was aafe.
Weaver ran ln on the hall. as lf to bunt
and Indeed, he did try to dump tha ball.
but fouled it lnsteRd. Nol for nothing
haa Buck heen ln the bip Maguea theaa
ieveral yaara He at once arabbed his
arm and declared that he had heen hit, BO
Dlneen allowed him to meander to flral
lk gotng to aecond. Bddle Cicotte
gtounded to Mldklff, whoee qulck throw
t . Hartaell foreed Weaver at aecond, but
Hartaell. In an effort for a double play,
.1 the hurtUng aphereoid far and he
yond Knlrht'n reach Schnlk rearhed the
rlate on the error. Cicotte going to serond.
Thera he wagulahed, for Rath booated to
Danlehi
. ropheta of .11 rronked and de
i that that lone run would wln, they
ver- far off ba their reckonlng The
aixth Inntng found the Tankeea ln an ar
. ntlve frame of mlnd. and they went
cut after *' '?". ^o uncertala man
Karllcr ln the Karr.e they had ac
i a touch-and-go aequalntanee with
rfertnaa of te, bul it waa moatly
? otte, hov ?
went atralght up in thc alr, bonnd for
.v.th. and before the Innlng
in favor cf Jlm
gcotl f 1 th V Thc latter, how
? . f.r a protracted
?tay He retir. 1 ln the t.ext session ln
:? of a pll litrl,"k out|
?.'. up.
Hartai II ' ":'*[r-c ?
1
run i ? "
? r. Haniels raised a
weak, twlBttog fly tn hack of aecond, and
f? -. iii? |
Chaac bora wlti i
about then cicotte paaaad Peeklnpi
that Hartaell had to acore, and the
cc nl waa rled wlth the baaea etin fllled.
Bcott en
I the fray. He made Knlghl hlt into
i, double play, bul Wolter acored
renl to thlrd, from which ?
he ( BCd a double Up
: bi tbe rlght fleld wall. Thal ona
a the only one whlch
the Tank ? ' :t wo m*n '!"nt
? ?
f the 1 Col
t the
r
Hai Cl aae
okt Hai at tha Inltlm bag,
and ln the seventh Innlng ; top
that once used to cauae tha fana to bel
low his name to th. Idwell ehot
a vtcloue drlvc down to Weaver, whlch
the latter threw way to one aida ol tha
? the ball would
. ? inly roll to the atanda, but i
?in- bai k
? .., of tha ball Mldklff made a
. of a liner by Bodle in the fourth
a. Weavar gav* the fans the cold
. ia ln the eeventh lnnlntr. when, With
two men on haaes. hi
Into the r: f,,ljl bv i:
and then Ftruck out.
Tbe i ore followa
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?Battai ffti" -nth Innlng.
v?w York . 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 x--3
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,rd manufa. ' il RAOB MAKT,
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lon Manufactureri rebullt
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AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.
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hoiir. oay or montli. T-l. Hlveraidi. I(i03.
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RAY CALDWELU
Who won hi? fhet rame of aeaaon for
Yankef!> yeaterday, allowlng four blta.
STREAK OF RED SOX
Capture Both Games of Double
Header by Hard and
Bunched Hitting.
E aton, Juljr 31 ?I levelarjd pul ?n and
t'> Boaton'a wlnning atreak and took loth
gatnes of a double-header hcre toedey,
the flrat by h tcorc of -, to Z and the ?.<?<.
on.i by a acore of 4 to 2
Only one Cleveland player reached flrat
up to the ?".y^nth lrnir.p of the firal
Knmo. bul ln the aeventh and eiKhth
Innines Heiiu-nt waa batted hard and had
to he relleved by Hall ln the latter Innlng
The H?d Snx had men on baaeo !n almoal
every Innlng, bul Palkenberg was .-f
fcctlve ln the pir
Thc Napa batted two pltohers out of the
boi ln the flr^t lnninR of the Bccond
game, and acored ai! tt.u four run? a? thal
pf-rlod. Hnll then held the vbdtera to
I two blta In 'ic't Innlnga. Although th>;
rhampions mad.- twelve hits oft Blandlng,
fa?t fleldinp kept the runnera from pror
Ing ezcept in the alxth innlnjr.
A one-bai I r nning i il ? by Hooper In
ral game aas a feature of the ?
Th* at'ores follow:
PIR8T OAXI
CLF.VKI.V
al.- h '
I. cf 4ii .: i ' Jamrln, n>
Chai m.ai 401 Hooper tt 111
41 211 rfp, tki i ' 4
f. too 1 OOIL ll<
?
? : 3b 810 1 . '' 101
; .? ?r. ..... l l >'
? rg.p 2 ' "' I ? lli nt, r ??? J'" n Tl '
.;.. ?? v 0 00 0 OOHhII. ]
; | | -
.... 010 0 0014J< arrlaan
Total
:: 4 Tntalc
'
?Hatfd f^r K- | ' *
-?,'..r. tor Ia l eis l IBatted
for Thomai in nlnth Ini | | tted ' I H .ll
th Ini lr.R.
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erroi . ?m
i j hi* > ?. pltehei lanerl
..-..' n?. I
t'mrili ' ?' lan. Tli
BEI ' >ND liAMK.
CLEVELAND
abrh pc
?.
OlMMI. '
112 2
? 3b. 4 n 0 fi
' 1011
Ina, p 30 1 1
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4 0 1
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30
9 0 0
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. 10 0
S 1 "
I
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0 0 0
1 10
ft 0 0
.21 4 7X7111 Totali
.
??' : for Hall In nlntB Ini b ?
Cleveland. 40000000 0?4
I 0 ( " '? 0 2 0 0 o_;
? ^f hlm?Oleon Kn? <?. WaaiiT Thre*
H.ll Hli ''" Moaley, 1 tn 1-1 nn
Ina ? " Foater, ! Ii l
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BROWNS RALLY WITH A VIM
Get Enough Runs in Sixth Inn
ing to Defeat Athletics.
rhiiad.-iphia, July H \ battlng rally
la tha Btxth Innlng wben Baumgardner
and Pratl made doublea and Btovall and
Balentl alnglea, gava thc Browna enough
runs t?. enable them to beal thc Athletlca
r,rr<- to? ? | I I BCOTB of 4 to t,
Thc home playera *"' a good ataii
spoiled th.-ir chancea In the firal Innlng,
. r ? augl t Eddle Murphy
nnd Baker off ao ond base. Aftei thal
Baumgardner yy;i!- effectlvc and I
Bupport, eapeelally by Balentl, Lavan and
Auatln. Tha vlaltora made nx oui of
unt in thc BCOrtng and
had only one man lefl 00 baaea
.\ ruardng onc-hand atop by Colllna,
robblng Baumgardner >>f a hlt, waa tbe
beel of a number ol Bnc Aeldlni |
Th?- acore foMoaro:
LOUJfl PHILADELPHIA.
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lb 41 213 of Btrunk. cf 3 13 | '? o
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AiiMln. 3b. 200 2 10 Wal.b If . 3 00 1 00
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H'K?i.tr.-i i> 31 1 0 |{ piank, p... 3 <? 1 0 I 0
Tbtaba 30 4 s;: it 0 T?tai5.Bg |
1 11 | 0 0 3 0 0 (V-4
Phlladclpnla .20100000 0-1
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l colllna a. aa i ia ? ??>
?.\|. Inrils Doul Mrlnnl*.
1/ fi on baa Bi 1 ouU 1 Phllad. I| hla fi
}'ir>- t'rtv.. oa halU?<*>ff Baumaardner, .". off
Plank, 2 Btruck out?B? Baamgardner, 3 by
riimk. 4 Umpirea?H!!-!>l land and K^an?.
T!nit-1.46.
EH MARQUARD FALLS
Giants Go Down to Defeat in
Second Game of Series with
Johnny Evers's Nine.
HAVE ONE BIG INNING
Charnpions Take Lead in Sixth
and Drive Lavcnder from Box,
but Fail to Hold the Hard
Earned Advantage.
rt:v Telegrapti m Tho Trlbuiv I
Chlcago, July ii. -N"..t even thi
"Rube" Marquard could atave otr the
arowllng Chlcago Cuba al w.st Bldi Park
this afternoon. Gunntna foi hl tenl
conaecutlvc vlctory, thc angulai aouthpaw
entered the liata agalnal thc trll i of
BSvera, bul lefl perforcc of many wounda
in the eighth Ini Ing, a Ith the i re 1
ai t aii. and '? mm<. lati
cinnatl, took hia place. It "as undei the
? ? ? of thi foi mei Ri .1 thal tha
Brulna won b) h i ore of '? t. I. Thi
offlcial arorei charged lh< - ? of I ?
lo Promme, and Mai
of nine onai itivi ? l rli
The malevolenl Influen ? I Johnnj
?. ? ? - araa f.-a wlth full force, foi II a ia
,i craahlng do.ii.ic, deep drlven to ti^ht
fli |d i?? th. Ilttli Trojan, thal paved thi
way for the defeal of Ihe Glanta In the
ninth Innlng after hard battli ? had tied
th< acon m the i Ighth w Ith one oul
Kvera anapped the ball to righl and be?
fore the atrong a i m of Jai k Mui ra y could
n fii n it waa m atllna ? ifi '
I Heln'i Zltnmi waa paaaed Intentlon
ally. Vlc Salei. howeri nted the
Inference thal he was not to i depended
upon whi n thi itorm rag< i hl|
moti wallop ????.?
? - <\r...1 ttng '?'??' " ? : late a 111
v Innlng run.
?? ? ? ? atlrrlna
tlmea, for the Oianta were loath to -Irain
1 the bltti i ? up of defeat 1
ed their aenl n no
l mil.i manner, and In thi alxtl Ini ?
. ame obati ??; ei oua i?! nd all
In thal one large, Iubi loua 11
acored all their runi
?. my of othei : Lavendi
?? ? rubtx i and n lling up a Ii id ?
l< oke/l to be n oi
ii.-r atarted oul wel Kor flvi
Inga not a Olant Rot even the i leal
slcn <.f a eafe I ? ' hai aame ii
the flral \ laltoi acal Ihe
f.nd i ..-.? Meyera i ......
(Ie by Hi
; || hed ball hlmaelf
afti r Lavender they hll hlm 1 i
Ing four aafetli a In
trlple I '?' ri
Karl Moon
.... ...
Lavei ?? not up to 1
ard sel lln I
favor "f a plnch hltter. Laro Chenei
arho beat 1
then 1
. ? ?
. i. dli foi Ihe i '
lai ?
Tl ? ' ' larq
leaa tl an lhal of I^avendi
loga of the gai charged 1
It waa ? ' '?'
ln remorlng hlm thal aaved I
for the Cuba had I
tlne style lt waa th<
Marquard, In lhal hia mai
hlm a nlce lead fi . . ?
'?
a bracc of alnglea ln I
whlch, with the .ii f a al
duced n run. Ih the f
hung oul the firat dlatn
and a foi thei
tally. Then ln the eigbth Innlng he wi
? ? ? i. and ti
? . the ;?? or? h he
waa 11 moved ln fBVOI ? ? ?
The, aun ahi -
Innlns for N*i ? JToi '<?
: . i | bountei ? i rop W Ith om
nlfty catch of l ? ?
? i It waa a al itter for I
to ai :? a i..: Hai i b banged
.... to left fleld Hei aoa
tl iow to the pl ite, and
turn dented the 11 bbi r whi n M<
aallop fell s- ' ? ln lefl ft<
Merkle k. pl righl on rui ning, ai II
Into thlrd on Mltchell s bad return.
then and thi re Ja k M irraj di
hlmaelf, t-aid declaration taking deflnlte
form ln a trlpli to l< i' . ?HiiB
Merkle E
j ai hapa Lavi nder a ? not .
aell, ao he took hlm ou! and aenl Ii I
Moorc lt wai Moon I to
face Meyi ra for a atarti i Thi Indl in
i angi d oul a doubla to rlght I
Mui ray Into the i coi Ina ? olun n
Bnodgraaa ended the Innlng i>y flylni
Mltchell.
The Qianta played wltbout tha
of Larry Doyle, thi daahlng fleld
taln, who waa Injured In a i olllsion a Ith
Zlmmerman yei terday. Q. I
had a narroa eacapi fron poaalbli I
nci idi nl in the flfth Ii i Ii I Bui
. ? ive i a paaa to surt the Innlna
: . ..: ? i. Evera to Bi Idwi II The
latter, In t:) ln? for a double play, threw
the ball toward flral and hll Bui ?
terrlfle blow In Ihi back of thi I
Burna fell to thi around, llmp and lifi
i. aa Tha playi ra ti led In raln t.rh ?
him. and aa' ? ral do toi w< n
to his ai.i ln b fe? momenta, bowevcr,
Burna waa abli to walk unaaaiated, and
he refused to leava tha ejamt
T:i,. BCOre follow ^.
QHICAOO I ni:\v ^ ' JHK
air h ?'
.ia. If 101 411
; i l 2 10
.;.-.. |
h
I.r
gvrn rb ?'? l
?
Zlm hii. 3t. 31 ;
Baler, Ib 11 l
Mltch< ? I
?
Brtdwell.aa - 0 0
l'helan, wH 1
I.nder.P 2 0 0
i 10 0
10 0
1 .'
6 i oi ii.i ii l xoo
i
3 0 1, Murray, rf... 411 !??
::. 11710
i t Ol
I lOIFromi , :
-
Totala.
37 I 10 23 10 l|
?
alghl ?-. ITwo
? n ?innln? run ? I
Chlcago '? .
10000400 ii-i
i aro-baaa biu aak Mi ?
Mui - huiu Hlta- fi I
, ? ...T Ita n j .
" in i Innlna Ua
? in 7 1 I Innlngi ofl fn mm< . . |n
Btol?n bai
I .ui i^ fi
Flral Off La> ?
? ..'t M ii , . 11 I
.-ti u. k OU1 H>. M. ' i II ' ?
L'mplrea BIfUl aad n>r.n. Tlma ?dl
BABEBALL TO-DA1 " i M .'
. oi* vs. i'ln.-a((o. l'olo Oruund*. Ad
I t
Baseball Race
in Big Leagues
NATIONAL LBAOl ? OAMZfl IO-DAY.
\r\v V>rk Bl I ll"?e?<
Hni.ikhn al l*ift-biirjch.
? -l.il i,|, Inhla al I In.-lnnatl.
||?.t?n at M. I.oill*.
REgfJLTI Ol OAMEfl yEffYBBDAY.
I hi. .ir... ".: N<-? \?rk. I.
Plttabnrah, S: Broeklye, S.
philadelphla, Bi < i"' laaati, 4.
|{..?i<m, fl; 84. Leata, I.
NATIONAL ll \<il gfANDINO.
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ritt.b'raih n m Aeaiat. Leuia n m Aee
AMEBICAN ikxi.ii. OAMU TO-DAY.
< lil. UK<> al \oi \>tU
M l <>->??. at Philadelpbla.
< Icvelaad al Baatea.
ii.-ir.iit bI Baaajtogtea.
i.i m ltc or <.^-> ? 1*1 BTEBDAY.
Nea ^crk. ?>; ? lii< au... I.
Kt. I.miU. I: Phlladelphla. '<.
I l,-\.-l.niil. :.; Boaton. '.'?
I I.M.Ian.l. I : Bo?t?H, !.
|i.-li'..l!. I| \? a?hiii?t..n. I.
AMIKK \\ 1 KA43I l BTABSDINO.
H i l' "" ' r< ?
Phifaj ai ."i .aoa Ba*toa i? <* '"?l
i i.-.-IuhI SC :ix .Bl ! It.tr..it 41 Be ll"
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t hlrago ">l II jeO'Nca ^"rk " I.!
in 11 i;n n n?N \i i BAOI>:.
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Nr.Miii, ai Meaarral.
.1. r?r, ( It. al Itilft tlo
Hniiiiii.'i. at it<" a*ater.
I'rm Idi-n. >? ?? lonrnto.
Itl si i t^ (H ?. IME* ^ K8TI noAY.
N.uark. Bi W.aiir.-al. ."..
If.iir.ilo. I: Irr', >J I Ity. '-'.
I;.,. heater, 13; Baltlanore, S.
lorunl". II] rn.il.l.-ii.r. 4.
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M i ,-, M i rx
N.-warU Bl .B70 MontrCal 15 5t .4034
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Buffalo :.l "I AOO roroato 11 51 )<"
Hultlmore l" I ,4B3Jer'j < ItJ II ';l> ?????
WIN IN ELEVENTH
Rallios in Latter Innincjs Too
Fierce To Be Quelleci by
Montreal Team.
r,?.l
Monl i ''" ' '',n*
nve runa I t I eventh lnnltia;.
t Monl '
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If rs to
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nth, \Oien threi
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Buffalo Wins Thlrd Straight,
Drspite Work of Davis.
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me for 1 I thi
. ;- ? ? I a bad
Pu'i '? Ii pul Bufl
to 2
i - the great of
I t pavla ... ;?' lh< well ;'?..! ouf
t i error with a
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS
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Troy, i. W llke - Barre, 0
Blmii a, .<-. rac !.???. 1
Albany, t. Bcranton, *,
EASTERN ASSOCCIATION RESULTS
Pitl ? Hartford, 7
igfli Ld Bl Id -i orl 0
Ni w Londoi , 2; W .itt \ bury I flat)
W iterl .;, , New London, 2 Ud>.
I\lap Rucker Unable to With
stand Fire of Pirates and Is
Driven from Box.
ROBINSON IS A MYSTERY
Brooklyn Plays a Fast, Snappy
Game, but Fails to Hit in
Pinches, and Loses De
cision to Pittsburgh.
Uty Telegrapk ia ti * Tribune I
Plttaburgh, July il. balllng around tha
vldnity of PlttBburgh whlle the Buc
caneera are roaralng the aeaa on plundei
benl la a dangeroua paatlme, and tha
lyn Buperba i b are ? ompelled to walk
tha planh agaln tbla afternoon. The acon
was .; to .
Il.nik Kohlnson WBB the man hehlnd the
guna for tha Plratea, and although ha
? d flre and gave one paaa and hll two
fferlnga were not to fath
omed by th" rlaltora when II i ame to a
pln< h. Only Bcven acattered hlta were
n ide ofl kl - ddlvery.
Jake Dauberl Beema to he abte to aolve
the curvea of any man who facea him.
ii,. t. | the ddlvery of the doughty
PlttBburgh twlrler for two long alnglea
ihlbitlon around tha flral aacb waa of
thi flral maenir.de Klrhpatrlck la di
veloplng Into a valuable plnch hltter, aa
he proved when he went t.. bat in plai a
? I: . ker ln tha atghth frame and came
,.h with a aharp Kiwrie to left
As they have hepn wont to do In the
laal ti ?.?. gamea, the Superbaa were the
flrai to acora In tha fourth frame Rob
Inaon took the llberty to wlng both Btengel
? ? \vt..?:.?. Dauberl then aaerlnced,
Byrne to J Mlller. Smlth flled out to
Kommera and Btengel counted, whlle
tVheal ? ? thlrd Flaher |
. . . ut v ?? to Mlller.
Tl..? i Irati i I fi a ' ?:j ln the
Blxth, when wlth one down, Kommi
out an Inl r hed flist
nr. a neat t.'int alonsr the first baae line.
? | nol -? ind "n ? eremot ?
?. louted the fli bI I all Rueher of
m to the righl fleld fence for three
- d tallled thc men on the runwaya
Curtla wenl lo the mound ln the eia-hth
. Br klyn The coraalra foreed a run
oul of hia Khoofn Carey flled to btengel,
? K mmera was honored with a paaa
..... ii tlm b) the atrlke-out
. m Miiiei's alngle to righl Kom
. ? k tl ? id on the throw-ln the
. . . . rman wenl to aecond vyilaon'i
?????; another run.
f)H BROOKLYX
r h ; o aa rh po aa
Mnraa, rf
f 4 r, i\ 1 ...
? , ' 1110 -O.-HRel
tv??n. ? - i - ? - i v. ???? 1'
I.
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Mlllei
r
I
3 n | t .11
r^ 4". o
rt 110
3'. I
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T?t?> 31 s io::i;
p
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:4 ti o
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V,.r I-.,,-..- ,
n n n n a ? n \ ?-i
- Mnrai . ? ? -. ?
-
|n| |x- i ?? Brooklyn.
.-. I. eff
?
... ...
. .. rheai ? ?
Ii
to Mlller
rmplrea?Ktetn
.
TRI-STATE LEAGUE RESUL*TS.
Atlantii Clty, 4 Harrlal urg, i
B Trerfon,
6EYER FAILS CARPINALS
Braves Pound Out Lead Enough
to Win Game Easily.
?t Loula, July 31.?"Hube" Oeyer, who
has been walved aeveral times and whom
,,,, ..,,:;1 s. ema to be adlllng to acqutre,
atarted to pltch for st Loula thla after?
noon and before rellnqulehlng tbe bos
to Balee In the thlrd Innlng, allowed tbe
Bravea to acore llve runa, a lead whlch
enahicd them to defeat the Cardtnala by
i ... oi a of I to 5.
The acore followe:
BOBTON. BT. L
.,' ? '. fna f abrl
irnila, aa. El 2 S 5l|whli m..611 S SO
Lord. rf ... 12 4 I 00 Oakea, cf.... 4 02 4 M
Connolly.lf 50 l 0 0C O'Leary. 2b 44)1 I 4?
Bmtih. Sb.. 3i!2io cather. rf... n o 4 oI
Bweeney.2b 10 0 l 3 1 Konel hy r. 3 l 110 1
\Iver. 11 40 112 10 Magee, If 101 t 0 0
Mann, cf. 40 1 1 10 Wln?o, , ,111 4 2 0
Whallne. -412420 Mowrey.Jb 412 0 10
!,- |uc p I 1 10 10 llever, p. .. 000 0 00
Tyler. i I 0 0 11 I Balle , | .. J0O 0 10
000 0 00
...i Leai I"
Tetato. 5?ll ttli rotali B "? I -7 Wl
? . | for Win?o in nlntb Inrlrr U
? i ln tilnth innltiK
i ton .I 8 1 B 0 B 1 0 o?.;
i a i o a a o "??
? ?? hlt?Whiu.-l Home i
? . | . : Hll Off G
nfl Ball? "? m 4*i Innl " ,:i
Ita-Mattet
Bfoli n "?'-' '??
Off Oeyer. 1 off I -i I ?
bj B kll< ??. I l BJ
pirta-ODej ai I E :;? '????? I
BITTER PILL FOR B0EHLING
Gets Trouncing in Presence of
"Fans" from Home Town.
W'aahington, July 11 Boehllng was hit
hard bere to-day. and Detroit had llttle
trouble winning the openlng game of the
with vVAahlngton by a acore of 4
The acore followa:
DETROn WrABHlNOTON
a!. rhri?'
Baal ra ?i-: ' ' ' ?'
Hauman.2b Sl Foater. 8b.. 404
t.rf4 Mllan ?: 1111
i ?
If 3 0 1 5 no Moraan, 2b.. 4 ?*0
: 10 1 IS 00 Calvo, If..... 100 1 10
111 ' M ' ? '?? M ? 4 4 0
1110 20 Henry, c... ?J? J IJ
H,". .. 11 I. l i 4 Bochllnc, l??.. 3 . i " 3 .
Totale...-S2 4 11 2714 4 Totali ...30 14
. M 0 ? M ' I H
.00010 0 I 0 1-1
Two-l aae hlta i rford.ll
?
iy.-HaII to 1
' ? M. . I '' ,
Kton, 4 Firal I
?- --?:-. -."..'. I Hlt by
. By ...... r ,v ?? Btruek out?
? ? ? l
f r< " n aad < nnoll Tlir,
-B
PHILLIES TURN ON REDS
Savage Work with Bat Atones
for Past Dcfeats.
july n. Phlladalphla batted
sav tgely her? to-day i
? l Kamc uf th? Bcrlea from Clncta-l
I >?<- ? ? ? '.< to 4.
PHILADELPHM CINCDCNATL
i abi
Pa.kerl I Bcaeher, If
Kn?l-, 21 3 1113"!
; ' ' ? ? .'
?
I
? '
' I
? ? . ? l 0101
|Bi iwn p
?
I ' I
IMaraane. I I
Tot.-... ?? ? '.- o o Tota i ' 14 ?
for Bron
1
... 110 14 10-4
Two .''-.
? I
. : itnc*: off H<
? '
.>-. o in 2
rt
-
.
? ? " -
-
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Full Summary of Racing
at Belmont Park Track
rf LFTH DAT ICETROPOLTTAH fOCKET CLUB MBETIKO. TCVT BI. 1B1I
.... i. -, R| for two ?ar eida leBO > half furloni
. ...... . ? '.V Itl .
, . . iwner and tr I'niman
.;?:?;< improvement I al thi ? ' I ia bet rlder
? ii r eaughl tlriag In 'he laal
? -, rvK Helilng; for three-year-olde and upward; $40.. added ra matn
l ??. . ? ; . ? . - rime, I 18% Wlnner,
Inea our.fr an ! trali ar, R '"
ili a'*Ti -s
II ... || w BI '?* ?'. H -Ktr. rin p*n Hlgh Uat. Pl
.. ,, , o ... 7* 2?? ? I 10 HO 0 io
il 2 V I1 t' '? 2" Karrlck 0-10 ,; 1 1
,;rii . 1 ina n s a 3 a s ? .?.?.? ia i to ?
- ... outrun fof Bve f>;r',..n*?. eaughl Tenghea tlrlng in the laat f'.xteTth ar. l
won golng <
i iliim > i< v i: i""r thf**-year etda and up? : ?
\v,,n . ? ?-s Wlnner, b. f., by Bempronlua ? .
traint H f i irman
i|l - -
||. ,ra* I W BI
? !? ?- 1
:.:> j
u/ellea 2 loi .'.
11114) fi
.k 'i ii" <
iir.n 1 l?1 '"?
is.k|inka nl el< rated "ff tba peea untll ati Ightened oul for home, taaily
wh. il Nl.-klaua ?' hei ?! ?m Btrenuou? ilr ' it rmindtni . ?
i bla aap and waa i iell] aecond beei Watei wellei tlred -
[,.,, w . <?? ? itter. In a good poetl i tha luir
yoL'RTH K.v I 'HB TOt'THKCL for two yegi ol !?; $1,800 added Bla fu ma
. w ? Time, l !:;S Wlnner, eh e
i., iid ? m m i I. L Holl
Hnraa P. '?'? lf! _J*_5L
2 112 2 .1? 2"
:,,; |,., fhlmee. 0 l?8 <i 2" 1"
4 lOfl R ."' l '
M ,.,- B lOfi I I'i B?
Rtake nn.l Cap I 109 1 8 8
:: II ?-' 4 4'j 8'
,;,,,,,,. ? m ?? .-r .ini Qolden Chlmea al the laal furlong i
:<-n rhlmea hunit on ?.?!! ar.i ran to hti best form \\"o...i
....?in runnlng on. -in i outlaated Matei Btake aad Cap, plnchi | off at tl. ,'?? up a
llttle ground, bul waa never dangeroua
Kiirn RACg Bandlcai for three year-olda and upward; |6fl0 addi I Flve am
iiaif furlonga, n" l Burl *'>>! Won drlvlng; placa ? l "-i Wln
i,. i. , . bj teronaut Bettle Bouncer 'i^nf-r. Captalo I itl :-.nr..r. J. ?
ii. al]
| 1 | \,- Hetfinn ^
ti rM r.[fl_l Ii _ H _rin l Jockay. JOpen Hlgh Laai ) <<
tprlna Board B 11- 2 8'""*' * ' " I 8 B 7 to - ?
9eaom ? Hn 1 2'4 1" 2 rtutwell ... 4
lai lora 8 1*1 ~ ?'? ?' ?'?" Wolfe .
|| .,, ] BO R 1' 4s M. . .1. -18
i 11" 4 4' 4l_ _.'. r.rai i 4
i after racing head and head mc-r at tha a
Lv,<n cleverlv bi tha laal f.>? atrtdea latdora ????' runnlng on bul aever threateaed the two
imed sii\.-r Moon ahowad a Baah of apead aad will bear watchlnj
-ix in RA< B Beltlng: f..r threa year oMa aad np?.iri. $4i>o added. one mtto surt ajaod
W'.n eaally; plaro aame Time l 00%. Wlaaar, !?. eM by samion Jennle J <''..n<>r,
i .. Talbotl Tialner. W. 8 H
HnrM
? . . .
'nina^rrield
liaraoh .
bopln
i i Buater
Iteli^
\r- ?.Kettlna.? A
'm \ str Kin I Jockay. |Open. Hlt l
1 101 t l1 l? l? 1? 1? w 1 :. I B I H
B 101 :. B? ??" :i' I* '.' ii inovor
4 no 4 .".' 2" 21 '.': :;? Orand
i\ ina .1 4' a* 4'H 4' 4' Wolfa ..
8 107 2 2? ?'i" ?'' B" ?'' UeCa <-\
2 \?\ 8 <; 8 ii ii 8 ii; i |j BB 4" 40 .' 1
lawheaa mada 1 ibow <>f hl? tieid. I'haraoii tlrad tr'.m chaalnc the ?lrner, and
[laingrrti'ld. runnlng on. proxt-.l BBOOOd beat. Tne i.thera w.re j. per lot.
iee m IN?
IF.
Wins Half the Card on Last Dav
of Meeting at Belmont
Park Track.
RECORD FOR SPRING BOARD
Gainer Captures the Youthful
Stakes Like a Colt of
Class?Move Now
to Saratoga.
R P. Carmaa wound up the Metro.
? iub meeting at Rpimont
Park ? by wlnnir.jr three rac<>i
ln a row, wltb Water Uly, BUa Bryaon
and Kallnka. Hc waa nol al the track
t<< enjoy the fun. as he had jrune to Saro,
? ?? ible room for
eetlng wl . b eglna to-reorrow, but
? atteoded 20 the saddlir.x, u&
..? ajd aawa,
thla I '??'' len t'hlmes rar, n?c.
ond for the Touthful Btakea in the w.ntto,
blue aaata and bara, s>o that aifoifether it
was a li.-hl day for the Carmaa famlly
and llttle Nicklaus, the Jockey. who b
_ into a real rid?r h?
r.'> mlatakt ? l ".ay.
Ictory in th- TouthfUl Stakej
v..if the otber featnre of an exceiient
I ead from a raclng polnt of
vl-w arouaed ehlef lateraat Tbe afa>
drawal of I'ur.ch Lowl, whlch haa proten
atoaa to H ptaeo in tho top f.ight, nobod
the raee of an attra.-tive aagia and ti'
!ow?d J. L. Tlolland's Martlr.et colt to
stund out as tbe lostoa! winner. He. Uv?4
up to the ', r : won llke a younf
ster of !.:%'h guaUty.
. and Ootden Chlmes were tho BJJBJJ
to kK* blm keaaeat hattla, and tho throo
raoad arouad tha tura and into th.
Btretch heads arart. Gainer proved hli
elaaa, however, at tbe laet f irloag aah
twlng away to wla aaally Stako
, . wned by Thomaa F Ryar..
whlch !???? Qalner at a pn ioua m?eu.-.j,
J back at the start ar.d nover
Into hla ati
per, ? worka faeter tbaa al*
most any tl Id ev?r owned by
.?;iptatn Caaaatt, ajjaln ran gre*n. aa lf
not knowlntf qult? wbat -
??? Uly, the r'^' "' tr? rarman
wlnners. Fhowed star vorr.ea:
in -ga'.lo; Ing to 0 tha fl"t
: ln tha luffe k i l . 0 on M
Bhe a. ' s
?? ?
\- time amoag l "gj
down tho
......
:."????' ?
the ni. ? r\ ? ? she r.ad beon
? ?
:,e true. s-j It proved Ihi
-
and 01 ? for ta M
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?
rallop.
BjJ
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n had only Yengl b Bl
: ? ;
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the Yankee geldli 1 ?
1 ptata)
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wueea
an
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:
., tbe llret twoo
? ? BBBBl
r'.dlnl
Board and J a neti
. . ? aa
?rd. .
ln the fourth race, and
? ' ?? |haf"
t of I
Hi aald It ? " '?"? "J
. 1 Saratoga Bprtni
?f tbe hoi '?'? cvK
-' ''?*
.. .. . up tbe Btata ? laf *or
what 1 1 to ba th 5
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