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ORIOLES WIN CLOSE
GAME FROM GIANTS Hearne Relieves Tesreau and Falters Badly in Eighth Inning. FORMER YANKEES ARE FACTORS IN RESULT Defeat Is First Suffered by Polo Ground Organization in Fourteen Contests. | By Telegraph to The TrlbtUM Baltimore. April 11 After Winning thirteen consecutive games the (liants u. ... halted lO-day by the Baltimore Ori? ole?, who defeated thern by a score of : t.. Both of Baltimore's runs were BCOred In tin ? Ightb inning, one of thei ,,-,.. nti . bj Me ttee, the umpire, wno i ailed S play before it was made. Bad pitching b) "Bonny" Hears end s fum? ble by Fletcher were contributory causes to the o? fi This was the second game that lle Oraw*a refutara ??ave losl UUa aprlns;, Following the defeal of Bchupp al Cii VBfltOB, mere than two weeks ago, the' icani did n ' tose I game Bgalast Texas League sad leathers League teama The (.?ri?les bad previously S/ua decisions over the Philadelphia Athletics, the Brooklyn ?uperbea and the Phlwdelphls Nationals, so they took their victory as a matter of Bourse. Jeff Tesreau pitched the first five inn? ings fot the I'.iants and limited the Bird? to three hits Only one man g<>t as far i\ Idle he ofllciati d. Heei n gol by one lanlng, and In the seventh a double play sa\ed him In the eighth ins ia> h of control was fatal. Danforth, a southpaw, formerly with the Athletics held tl.e niants to four hits. The fi i - t em waa a double bj McLean m the alxth innir.c. win h s,,,ied BtOck With New Vo.-k's solitary run. Partner Highlanders Rawed prominently in the \i ten Berl ? ?sa the winning run and Bars Midk.ff drove in tlif tieiiig ran. Birdie 'ire and i'laude O'irii.': felled to make mis. but Hashed brilliant deieneh ?? i la Befo ? tha game the (liants Inspected the new plant if the Baltimore ftdsrals, which la Just across the ?treat from Ori ole Pa:k The Peda blsysd a local team to-day. but not at their own park, so the Giants gol most of the patronege, The day was the warmest of the spring here. The Buds had more opportunities to acare than the Giants, bul foosled them until the eighth. The Uf leafueri wars also guilt] - base running. The locals supported Danforth aplendldly, Midkif :ng no damage Milton Stock drew two bases on bells, the BrSt to start the third inning end the second at the beginning of the tdxth. IB the third he and .McLean were \?c tims Of a doubl" play, but in the sixth 'Long Larry" drove the midget home with a drive over Crss'fl head. St'" k scored from fust bas,, but McLean was almost caught at SSCOBd The Giants should have won right there, but Snodgrass. who swung for Tesreau, and Bescher struck out, and Burns was thrown mit by Midkiff. while McLean re? mained on second base. Hearn's ?Ion fielding started the trouble in the eighth He knocked down Gleich man's grounder, but was ?low In ?(cover? ing the ball. The result was a lilt. F.gan was thrown out by Btodt, and when 1'aiiforth fanned It appeared that the rally was over. Hearn then worked up a call of three and two on Daniels, but finally walked him. Midkiff smote the first ball for a line single to right that put Gleiehman across with the tlelng run and advanced Daniels to third. Parent, who is not a fast man any more, grounded sharply to Fletcher, who fumbled, but almost Instantly recovered. His throw to first base hit the RTound in front of Merkle, but the latter made a brilliant pickup. Before the play was completed McAtee called Parent safe, Daniels seoring the wir,rung run. Parent was two full strides from the base when Merkle received t,he ball, and the umpire evidently thought he had missed it. He refused to change his decision when Merkle cast down the ball and a wrangle followed. The Giants made a frame finish after their first two batters in the ninth were retired, but Doyle could not produce the hit that would have tied the Bcore. Burns singled to the Infield and Fletcher's wicked drive to right struck Gleiehman on the mouth, stunning him. The ball rolled safe and Fletcher had a hit. Ruth went to first base for the Orioles and made the last put-out, Parent throwing out Doyle The same teams play to-morrow at I'a'k River i'ark. and Marquard will probably pitch for New York. BAl/TIMOKE. i NJBW YORK. uhrh po ? ? ni i h no ,i r Uaiilcl?, rf 111 1 oo Llr-Mlier. ef. 4 00 0 0 0 Mi-lktff. Sf, :; ?? ; ?> .; i Burni lf....2"l : m Parent :t too ? 40 Ptacher, ?a 4 o i 0 tl 1 10 Devi?, -t. ..401 3 1 a Twembly.lt z 0 1 0 0 frl Merkle, lb. 30011 00 Lterrlek. h JO" . :.. rf.. noo 0 00 '. chinen ;ti :, 1 . jj it so? k. jb... 1 1 0 1 4 0 Bath, it. n?o 1 or, McLean, c ?, " 1 7 1 0 Kaaa ? . ? ?> o i .. Tenrr-uu. p.. 100 0 JO Uaaforth, j. 3 0 u 0 3 0 Haarn, p .000 0 00 ?tus*.. 10 0 0 0 0 ?ra .... 100 I ('0 T?tala.... ZI 1 4 M u i ?Batted f'.r r?ar?a? Um ?nth inning. I f'.i lleain In tin nlnlli Innlnsr i.aiumoir- . . ....e a a e a a s t s?1 Nm V..rr .j M M 1 III -1 Kir?i t>?~- on en r? S'aa V?rk, I; Ba Ulm , . - McLean, Dai ? ' Ikiff Htolaa ttfUM Marras I .?ft oa ua??a n-w York, 3. Baltlraon n?*?.? on ?.ail? -tm T??au. 1. ?a Dai I t; ag Hcai ... ?, l.T Dkiifnrth. 3 I.y Maat? Hit??''ff Tesreau. I in 5 Innlngi I'mpln McAte? Attendance? Xie> ; zn WASHINGTON WINS EASILY Takes Second Straight Game from Boston Nationals. April 11 The local ? ? ' made II tw> ?n aisht <. r r the ?esu 1 ?al onal? by winning to-day's Kami- .u ??;.?>? fashion b> * ?core of f. le TB? Kiiriif mu only r-1K?tf ?i.riirig--. t>eing called to tii?w tlM. teem? to catch a train Boebllna. for Washington, waa the aterof the ?aune, ninbing ??ven full in? ning? and allowing bit on? Bereich hit TBe rlslt? r? aoored hi! their r?,,* i? the ? tanin Without a hil *he? Harper ? ?II.' wr-r?. a il,] K The icere follow? bington ,t 1 I I ] j i, (, a ]0K, 0 'i '1 11 o 0 0 4 -4 1 \ Batteriee Boehiine, Harper. (?allia and Alnwrnhh Tyler. Krltchner, llefTermuri 1 Oowdy. a Irving Bats Out Victory. With a fj Ing start r,f four runs, Irving ?cfeooi ?!#? r*-i?t#-j hi Paul'a ?easel in ., wel' played game *t Taif/IOWS >enterd*> I,. h -ore of 7 to ',, l>n kimnn whs kaeefced ?<ff the mound In the first inning. Bad ?Voodbum Him relieved nim, pitched h ??*ai.tifui game, nni KM haks w.<? ?"" late. Ha n?wi m|| fetjf hits in Bjsja 'finlBlfj aid had ? >jjht *trlke-<v. Results of College Baseball Games felssaMa .-. renn. ....#>... s lllhinotM 4 Swart h more . * Geofsjslsaa i PrlaesSsa . ? Norfolk (la. I.) 10 Vale . 4 Army . K < ?igate ? i eiaeB h Hm un-ii ? !Vu?h'n ao l.ee.,10 I'enn Slate . ? st. .lohn? ? \ baasla M. ' ? havj 1.1 I ?-high . ? Johns Henkln? l'? Hol? < ros* . " Tufts .6 llar) mouth 4 l'ro\ iilenee (I. I,. I 9 liria n S il.irwird is Mus?. "Aggies" 4 ( aihsHs QbH I" I and M . S I aisrette ? IHckinsnii .....I PARTING : SHOTS : SPRING TRAINING. Up they jumped from the South, Marshalled in brave array, Each in the pink of condish, Waiting the word to play. Down from the North a blaat Came with its stinging cold. Th?3 was the doleful story? This, what the leader told: "One of 'em grabbed the grip, Another a balky throat, Two let their arms go lame? Wouldn't it get your goat? "One with a charley horse, Steadily growing worse. Manager? No. Not a chance. What they need is a nurse." Al any rate, these big league ball players can send their wives forth In the Easter paradt without worrying where they are going to ?at for the next month. -Money arters, but not where the horsehide pellet gleams. \fier reagina "" the atntenaeate af the raaasaera Is rrgani to the reaalas race ?e (atbet Ihal none of them OVef (bonis u pen? nant, lint that the "team III it be.ils us out" ?ill ?in ihr- Baa, (1 looks is though no- onl\ baseball contract Which will stand In tie coin one that omits the ten day release clause. Facing iii" i isk o; paring s player 17,000 ??? \ear to sit on rue bench after he has slowed up too much to appear In the regular Ine ip may make long term agreements less popular with the mag nates. Al MeCoj lo?l no lim- in ?lipping into flie ens? going Ufe of ihe champion. Theatrical contracts are tin. kins in from all hides. 'I lie crown seems In fit well, and as an BastSf linnnet it is unsurpassed. With the baseball storm out to reak, we note that ?'liarles i i. Thomas is ?till president of the Cuba Jack Tener ssami to have his iiands full holding on to players without trying to straighten out tamrles amoncr the owners. Mow fortunate il WSS from an nrganired baseball point of ? iew that t lie Oli?les de? feated the New Vori, Liants rieht on the e\e of the opening of Ihe I iiler.il League ?eason. when enthusiasm for the outlaws In Halt i - more is at its bright! The \iclor? ?ill nec? essarily gi\e the fans a high opinion of .lack Dunn'? team. It couldn't have happenrd to better advantage had the nliole tiling been planned in advance. The onl.v ilrfeat for the (.?ants in the South *in? e Mct.raw took hold of the team, too! It seem?, according lo f harlir. that the Rrookl.tn fan? ha\e taken a decided stand against Tinker and do not want him to play with tlie Buperhas after the attitude lie has sIhimii against organized baseball. It's a dull day when the great eelebrator dnrsn't pro tide a laugh. I'erhnps Tinker would not look pretty sweet right in there at short, whether the fans liked it or not. The Brooklyn c.lub has now put it Up to the league to start injunction pro? ceedings against the Feds in the Tinker matter, it must be hard for Charlie to sacrifice the pleasure of a fight after all the stiirii;< war cries he utleicri last winter. Still, the club will have counsel fees, anyway. John Tener lias gone to the trouble to Inform "Doc" Scanlon that he is a free agent, not that it makes much difference In these parlous times. W n w. SOUTHPAW BAFFLES YALE Elis Badly Beaten by the Uni? versity of Virginia Ninf.. I By Telegraph to The Tribut.c ] Norfolk, Va., April 11 -Yale lost to the University of Virginia nine to-day by the SI ore of 10 to 1. The Kll players were unable to hit ??arrison. a BOUthpaw, in the pinches Hrowti, Qtte and Way, who alternated in th? box for Tale, dished out frequent ;. ? i ano ware hammered opportunely. Cornish starred in the field. In fact, the team werk of the Tale nun outclassed that of the Virginians. The greatt r part <f the credit f'>r Vir? ginia's victory belongs to Shortstop Neff, who fl, ??led brilliantly and made thne siiiKii?!. and a three-bagger la five time* at bal ii" drove la Uve rana and scored olio himself. The score follows: VIRGINIA. VAi.r al> r h po ae ahrhp" "? P ? bsl.ft 4 I l ITS UMdl. i/:... f < : i S SS i Ipi rf I : S t SI 1 alai . if .411 S SS NVfT as., i 1 4 i ' i Bloaaom, s- to: *. (1 White, If. I 1 S 1 oo Vaughan. if ino o St a M I, It. .". 0 0 17 S 1 H. lilv. tb. .411 0 I . .1 1 0 111 I'omt.h. Jh.. 4 01 Ktkl-v.Jh I 1 12-1 Bwthart, lb. 40 1 S 10 ? e. e 4 2 1 2 0 0 Hunter, c... 4 00 1.1 I! Catnm'a.p 4 o o u t i Brown, v . 200 0 :? 0 p. 0 0 V, I I " Way, p ..100010 ' *llarpi>am . 100 0 00 lotals i; 10 10 H II I Total? . 3<; 4 7 B II I ?Hutieil for Way In ninth Inning \ tra?ala . S S 1 S S S .. o 10 Ya'? .0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0? 4 >-?<, ?t, ).,?.<?? Wood '-'1 M Mdlabrooli Tw? Mt? Whlta '?'i>. Paru Va. Thraa ha a* . ? Doubla plays?Coraieh m Bwlbart; ? a "? WIehloj Struck ?ut?1?> 1 Brea n, f- bf Olla, :;. by P ?> ? kaiaa eu b-ii??OB Brown, t; ofr ?ni*. Ott on hm?*?. Virginia. '-?, Vale, ?> Hit by ! bail ?"> Ua\. I. Ttma ! ?>? t'niplrc? im, of \ Irginla league INDOOR AQUATIC MEETS J. E. Sullivan Announces the Complete Schedule. J? me? K Sullivan, chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union rhamnlenahlp committee, announced yeeterda) the eaas? pl*te list of awatds of national Indoor Boaatte meet?, 'i he ItM Mit April !?. y*t ? ,,i,| MW'itti. rittxhuiKb Aejaatle Ctah; April ju, i-tg-v.rd sarlna iiiinoiH Athletic Club; April z>. ie>yaitl swim, M ..I'd in.,i-1 stiaba aad water polo, I lilt ago A A . April ,<>. |i-i.\ard ?m, and i.vi.yard bach stroke, Illinois a c., aad Ms 1 M ' ard rela) and ha > diving, New Vork Athletic Qua, POLO PLAYERS IN PRACTICE AT LAKEWOOD POR A PLACE ON TEAM WHICH WILL DEFEND INTERNATIONAL CUP H. C. PHIPPS RIDING OFF C. C. RUMSEY IN DASH FOR THE BALL. PROVIDENCE GETS REVENGE ON BROWN Internationals Overcome a Big Lead and Defeat College Men. I By Tek Brapti te Th? Tribune. ; Providence, April 11 The Providence team of the International League made Us IfM riebut here to-day, "after a ii\' weeks' trip in the .South, By defeating the Brown University nine The gcore waa I to 6. The victory made some atonement for the two defeats that the college men have handed the professionals in the last two years. Rrown Started off in winning fashion, landine on Bailey hi the opening round ? for three tallies, consecutive doubles by : Durgtn, Andrews and Hash turning the i trick. They added a brace of tallies In ' the second, but after that Bailey settled down and kept them well in check. With better Bupport Henry, of Brown, would have gotten away with a K'ualler BeorS Bgalnst liim, although he was touched up for twelve MflglSBi H'- fumed twelve batsmen. The Qrays trailed along on the abort 'end until the fifth Inning, when Pa brique's abagSB sent two runners across tin- plate ami put Ins team OfM run to the -???'i. in addition to pitching tine bail BaOey hit the bail hard, getting a trlpl? and a single. 1 b? * "t e f"ll'>WS: BROW n lia iVIDKNCB a i, i lip??' al> r h po? ? Dike. If... :? i i o on Platte, if. I :; I ? ? Tewhlll, :" ?M 1 3 I Tuta Her, ? f 20 I I 11 i?; naton.IbS I i 'i :: i Pow< II, ? ??... at i i I ?? Durai? :f. ..li i ? 'i oi-,,nn. 11.3b 4 1 1 t l n Andrea sib .. i ! '? ? I 81 . tn, rb ... 4 1 ? Sash. ' i... * i -' i "i M iMj" . :r in 0 loo Waterman ??1 ? 0 o 11 Uums, if . '? o i ?> ? Wetmora. c tail: M B.Onalow.lb 12 I M< iim.i' ,i' toe e lo y?bri iu?, ?? ? ?> t 111 .1 ? 'ic :???. e 3.' I Kochi r. . I Bailey, p .. ?? -' ': 03 o Tel. - HI I M 11< Total? . -i Ti puniest? I S O 1 I 1 1 l s?f Brown .:? -j " ?? o ?? i o .. a Itoh n i ' >; iblaetoa, Mi lat? re, Pabrtojne, v. I Malea 'i v. ?? , . ? i ? Km. Andrew i (2), Naal Thr >? baa? hlU Ball?. and Powell s icrlfti ?? hlU T?wb M 111 ' naell Btrucl oui Bj Ball?] ?- in Henry, It Hers ,?, %\\t , ,r( n i?. i i -., i paasi ?! ball* \\ etrn ? :?? '.-n lie i.. ?mo i,, i B) Hi .'? ? M Intyr ?nd K ( Hutm >. Tim? "i aanM .' ?"? I'mplrtj ? a iban s nid Laargaa Atteadaax ? I ( 00 INSPECT CUP CANDIDATE Syndicate Membeis Say De? fiance Will Soon Be Done. Hath. Me. A],nl 11 Work has v,, f,M i ivaaesd on the racing sloop Deflaace, a i up defoadei candidate, that vie could <asi!v he launched ??> th? . rul of the Hi month, BCl "r'tms I" IE Wall, r ?Marke, r.r Philadelphia and Joan Chaud? I, r CObb, o' BOStOn, number? of thr- tn citv ayndlcate, who Inspsctsd Um craft t" ? lay Nu cbaagS In the original date of May 11 win I r? made, aoaievsi. Court Tennis Star Beaten. I.'.ii'l'.ii. April I I \\ alter Klri-.-lla. th? New voik court tsnnls orefOostooel, t" iia> osai Cecil <? fu?en , pairs, lei bm i world's profsssloaal eeeni isnnM ohaav t.ir?n. Ill a match at Hi. |'| in ?'| Mol. b three asta t" two 'ihr- acora wsa ? ?I, I '? 4, 3 - 6, 1 I Germany to Make Great Effort in the Olympics Will Spend $400,000 to De velop Champions in All Forms of Athletics by 1916. 1 Fh cable to The Tribune i Berlin, April IL The Imperial German committee for Olympic sports computes tint there are approximately l?0MH athletes at lively training for, the honor of representing Germany la the Merlin Olympics of l?g A member of the rom mitten, spaa Sing to The Tribune, ?aid: "We stake everything on a victory. For us the Olympic games represent no selfish obj* t. We will do our beat, but to the mere end of ?Inning; for In tri? umphs we reeoglllae cliiefly the Impetus to the nation that avails Itself of the benefits of athletics and seeks recreation in healthy sports, so that th? corroding Influences af modern life may. perhaps, be outweighed. "Athletics, in a way, are fortifying; the Geraten race, and in that spirit we da* etdsd to excel as far as lies in our power. Oermany plana to apead iioo.ooo in train? ing its athletes aad sa poets a big popular subscription If necessary afterward to make up a deficit caused by the expenses of the actual holding of the gamsa T. ? onlj deviation lrom the standard izeil contests plannag la to give an oppor? tunity to the German gymnasts which they did not have at London or Stock? holm. The popularity of that form of excretes In Germany is shown by the si/..- of the national organization, which has LMMM mt mbers. "iiur other athletic organisations are a,so large. Tha Football League lias IUVJM members, the Athletic rjnton 120.000, th.- Cyclist League 60.000 and th? Tennis League stJUM, "A long series of elimination tests is planned throughout the empire, including games In the army schools and colleges. As fast as the right men are discovered ; they will be put in Charge of professional trainers for their special branches and systematically developed. The pro? grammes of all athletic meetings in tier many until lMli) have been formulated to single out winners In the Olympics, so that Germany will have, u. constantly growing number of specialists in every d- - partaient of athletics. Last year foreign sporting conditions were investigated i.i Ordar to adapt the best methods abroad. Finally, steps were taken to prevent ath? letics from degenerating late a mere ex? hibition of skill by a few acrobats. The IsMsrs '.f the Olympic committee want sports developed along lines to arouse tht interest of the masses and to goad them on to fresh independent work." HUNTER WINS FROM TRAVIS AT GOLF Former Champion Loses Closely Contested Match for the President's Trophy. PutehUfSt, N C, *ipril IL?IB a match that required nineteen holes to decide Waiter .1. Travis, of Garden t'lty. former champion of this country and Great Hrit aln. went dowa to defeat here before Robert Hunter, of Was Bora, Kerettoa, i am . in the final round of the annual mid \ptjl golf tournament for the presi? dent's trophy, The,match was dosel] played through out Travis rounded the tura i up. with n medal score <.r .:i to II f?.r tiuatei 'i'he Lt11> r sguared the ni t|i h on the four I'.ith grat n lost the fifteenth, won the Sixteenth witb h ri?.??. the seventeenth with B lead tour, but lost the eighteenth, making the match ail aguara Going t" the nineteenth hole Travis landed In ?* trap ea his second. Ha roads a good recovery, but rimmed Ihe cup for a tour, so lofing the hole and match. in ti;.- ooaeataUoa match lanioans i ?mit.g. of Cincinnati, defeated Henry ?'. Fowaas, ot Pittsburgh, bj . up and i to i' -i N. 11. Beaker, of Duaweedte, v y, won in tlo' Second dlvlSlOB and .1 S Nell. of i-'i.d. rlct.iii. M M . in the third. This tournament eSSSSd the s.ason'a ?i ogl ..mine m Pirates Lose to Kansas City. Kanaaa i It] Ma. April n Alltoon and I'ovincton were m superb form to-da) end the local American Association club ??. i i ihe first ten m ??( the Pittsburgh Nation,.1? i to | Kantlehnei pitcher) the entire gam? fot Pittsburgh, HARD LUCK GRIPS BALTIMORE FEDS Kirkpatrick, Third Baseman, Breaks His Ankle in Game with Amateur Team. Baltimore, April u ?Enes Klrhpetrtch, third baseman of the Baltimore Federals, broke his ankle slldln?; to the home plate In a Ram.- b> tsreen his club and a local amateur team hei<* to-dHV. Kirkpatrick was a member of the Brooklyn Buperbaa Issl season, sctlng m ganethl utility InneMer and pinch hitter The lure rif a big Salary In the Federal League .atr?ete,] him. howev?r, and he decided t" east his lot with the new or ganlaatlon. In forty-eaght games he hit ..'IT, but did not play a sufficient number In an) on'1 pesitlon to he included In trie neldlni svsi ?? ? Protects Boats from Elements. \ t lorough dreii'hlni: tn an open boat will discourage the mont enthusiastic boatman .11,<t a had!) sunburned face Is ?qtiallj dlstrssslni A folding top or spray hood i? Indispensable on an open boat. It protect? a boat fr.im the ele ments and affords comfort to the yccu panta Tha Pneumatic Manufacturing <"om pany, of Brooklyn, issues ? booklet II luatratini mam comfortable scceeeoriea tin motor boats, such as life preserver ruahiona, pillows, folding top?, ??pray hoods. etc. Many Grand Circuit Entries. KelamSBOO, Muh April ll linteles for tin- the ?takea to !"? glvsn here m eon* n..mm with tin < ; i .t loi (muH trotting races August 10 to i... closed to-daj line liundi. U an. I tbiru one nominal lout' ?are reported b) W P Engelman. POLO PLAYERS TUNING UP GAME Keene and Waterburys Show Well in Two Tilts at Lakewood. [ Ry Tel-graph to The Tribun- ' Lakewood, N. J., April il.?Aaserl a's polo cup defenders put in some strenuous work here this afternoon. From 3:30 until ?5 o clock the candidates went through a hard workout. Two games of font periods each wer? played. Is the first contest the Ked team, made up of <'. C. Rumsey, Devereux MUburn, Foxhall Keene and Malcolm .Stevenson, took the field against Captain Waterbury'H Blues. In the second brush the Waterl.ury brothers and Mtlburn. three of last year's teast,' faced the Red quartet. The Blue team came off with the honors In both ?.?mes. F'oxhall Keene ?lid excellent Sforh in the first brush for the Red team. Some fine riding and hitting by Law? rence Wateibury, who was one of the stars of the afternoon, accounted for MM of the Red team's score, and his brother made a clever tally in the next period. MUburn continued to hammer the ball hard in the test game, and the two Wa? terburys kept up their good work. H. <-' Phlpps might have bad the best run of tha day to b.is credit If his pony had not Stepped on the ball and driven it into the ground. Pint asms Regs; C C Ramsey, i> III - burn, K. P. Keene. M. St-ven?on |R. I..i Montague jr. 1. Blues: J. S. Phlpps. J. M Waterbury. Jr.. T.. Wat-rbury. C P. Beadle? ston ?o. MUburn). Ooala-*-J. M. Waterbury. L': Keene. I.. Witerhun-. Score Blues, 3; RodS, 1. Ref? eree, H m v W. Bull. Sci'uml gam- ?Reds: i'. C. Rumaey, R. t.a Mcntagu-, Jr.. C. P. Bendleston. M. Bte venion. nine?.- H. .'. PhTppe. t. M. Water but y, ir.. I.. Wat-rhurv D. MUburn. Cfir,'-- .1 M. Waterbarr, 2; Rumsey, H C PhiPi'S, L PTaterbury, Score Bluea I; i_ ERROR OF DINGWALL COSTS MANUAL GAME Army Second Team Profits 1 by Misplays of New York Schoolboy Nine. A muff by Dingwall in left field in the ' ninth inning was responsible for the de leat of Manual Training lli^ii School by the necead team of the West Point Mili tary Academy on the tetter's Held yester? day. The s?ore was 7 to ?;. With two on bases in the last frame Lingwall cassa In on a hard, low drive, but after getting his hands on the ball could not hold it. Rorty, o Manual, outpitched both Mil? ler and Whlteleg, of the Army nine, but was supported po"iiy by his teammates. Rorty had seven Strlhs OUta The score by lupins-, follows: it'll. B. T\<>?,t Point.I I I I I t 1 I H ? I Man. Training II t I t I I 1 H 9 ? Bsttertae?MWer, Wluteieg and Davenport and Welle; Rorty and Und. Jamaica and Commercial high schools etigaged in a batting f-st on the latter's field, the, former winning by a score of 14 toll. Commercial sent nine i tinner" home in the first four Innings, but Jamaica pound? ed out a victory off Met 'ormick in the last three inninss. The sote by innings follow-: t! II | Jemal .< . 14 I I I I | : : M IS :. Commercial ...I I 1 1 M I I Ml U 4 Bsttertae Deeher, camp? and a. Bastonea! Hnit(|uaii, HeCorratch hh,i Berber. A wild throw to first base gave St. John's Preparatory a I to I victory over Lastern district on the former's field The former outbatted Bastern District M hlis to L', but failed to bunch them. Brahe w\is on second, with two out, when Aul made a wild throw to LetSerkOSrttS, fir:.he sprinting home. The score by Innings follows: t: H i: sr feha'a .1 I 1 I M 1 I M 1) .?. ?hetera .ilMlillH 2 s Halterio?- rirahe. |.?bate and C ?"liarbon n'-u:; iiuckett and BptttftM, It H g ErSSmUS Hall had B walkover In de festlag Heffley Inatitute at the Brooklyn Public Schools Athletic LeagttS field l.y a aaore or ; to i. Hatetead and Break pitched for the Buff and Plu.-, and Shore secured the only hit ?IT Brock. The score by innings follows it II i:. Eraatnua Hall.. ....1 S 1 1 S S I S I Hefllejr . ? h ii h ? i i. i i \ Matieri-? Hnlstoad, l'.-o , ai I i rocs an.? PiMii.. Janebsou, Mot tun Hau Conborn Article for the Pana by Evans. The Push League Recruit" is the title of a typical baseball article by Bill/ Kvans, the American f aagUQ utni.it e. which will arpear in the guada? Maga? asine of The Tribune on April IS, The arti? cle gives a lot af teetdents thai \. ill please bU aba have tha stlghtsst tnteiest In the national game Bvaas Is a fre aaeat ooatrlbator to nagaataas and sears? papers, aad i? one ?r ths best known wtitira on baseball topics. Need Mental or Physical Relaxation? Try BOWLING FEDS WILL BEAT GUN IN STARTING New Baseball League Will Open in Baltimore To-morrow. GIANTS TO CLASH WITH KNABE'S MEN Brooklyn Tip Tops Scheduled to Meet Pittsburgh Outlaws on Tuesday. Whatever the fate . .,.,, \,p baseball historians ?rill have te .. that they wore ill** :i the |M*| ;? ? ?eason of I . The older :? a (oes ?.. . come a bad of tW?nty?foer catch up with the faal NOT aro the ClUBS in the QUmo . Content with the blare and bustle o. single opening day. No ? - !?.,,, , will sati.-fy these. Baltimore, hoi. hall nursery of ?ffiOraW and tvuhaTl | inson. will have its opening to mottas Fan? of that citv who ir member the former baseball glory of the Kami that were look forward eagerly to ; of the now ein u:t vThateVOt sort o' baseball the team of Otto Knabe play*, it will be a "major league" club In name ai lea s l Haliimore was alwa -- ... ? , home <f a minor league t. am, ?er the Is anil convinced that :? ? a great metropolis even if II did fali to get a regtoaal bank The Legislature si its sea er ad that to-moit'ov - lall be a |,aii holiday in honor of tiie opening, .1? , iJunn and his International LeegMN u stick to their guns BBd SntSftBla tue (riants across the street in exposition to !:;'? Fed?rala Buffalo la the team ?#, algaed to aid in the opening ,,f tha Mrs leagUr?. Tue Tip Tops, of Brookl] n. ?rill open in Pittsburgh on Tuesday < 'I ICSgQ end In? dianapolis will each have th.,: hSBM opening day on Thursday. Lecklng B cecagfeted park for tha present, the Tip Tops will do a lot oi \.-;ti ^ ,. iriag tha early ?eaeoB, and will noi le at liomf until Ms] ii. when Pittsburgh sssj call. tiip Federal lesgua is nol ess tl? a Milky Wa; Of baseball lUmlS it.- has its pram-ts bon and there I and foremost, of OBSJISS, la loo Tinker, who practically made the leaf ho dsasrtsd Brooklyn to bad th Ci Pederala Tho Tip Tapa bava Toes - ton. the famous pitcher of the Tin not forgottlag Claats Osapst ?liant, and l'a'in> Murphy and An." 11 ? > f - man. Russell Ford, Who sprang into | wiili the TsnksSB. ? ill i I Beltlmore ha Otto Knabe ami MiK. | lan, of the PhllUsa Arthur uii-on. i mer Giant, will play in Chicago BBd ? the shoots of Breunan and tiaudrts. Camtiitz and Davy Jun> s are smong tlie big leaguers of the F'ittsburgh tCSJS l.ouis has Miner brown and Hrbl ? Hamilton and BtOVAtl BTS I ' ? of Kansas <'ity. Indianai ro . - Moseley, Kalkenberg and Ratid, i. SUPERBAS PLAY TO-DAY Meet Oaklands, Daubert's Semi Pro. Team, at Parkway Club. The oaklands. a acrnl-profssslonol : of llrookiyn, managed by Jak< first baseitian of the Brooklyn BUpi will meet a reserve team of th' Bu at the I'arkway Driving Club King's Highway and Ocean Parks afternoon. The game will begin and many of the cerenv the opening day in the major league w II be gone through. Fred I.-?ndv, 1 cratic district leader and torraeC trar of Kings County, will t roe OUI the first ball. Kd Reulbach. pitch? tupsrbaa win ampl?e. Paubert will play fust baa f< Superbas. and will be BUpported team which. If not the Btronj ' world, is capable .if playing a good, fast game of ball, .lohn IlllBIBI?! w:ll cover third: O'Mara. the BSBSattSnsl of whom much Is expected, will I ? at shortstop, while Norman Klbsrf '? will be at second base. Otto Miller aid "Tex" Erwin will do the catching, whil* Brown and Schmutz will take tlnHi I in the box. Iiiggert, a OStt SUtffc and Kngan and I'feffer, will play the out* field. BONHAG HAMILTON COACH To Open Summer Camp at Lake Annabessacock, Maine. Grorge V, Honhag. three timsi ? ber of America's Olympic team and ? ihter of several world's records, sigrnd B tract with the Hamilton Institute fer Boys, of this titv. as teacher and ? rector of one of the deportment? Monhags long enaoHsBi ?? In al ? win be uf great velas In the phya i training of boys. iir v. ?:i open a as camp at Lake alHlSbSSBSCOoh. "Tlnl Me., this June. Bonhag will .-? ? Bsansfttoa with the Water Dspartaaeal the city to take up his dttt) as in. tr:. at Hamilton In the latter part Ol - lamber. Miley Wins Ten-Mile Road Race Boston. April II, D. \ Mil?) of I bury, won the annual ten mile bandit ? road race of the Cet adral Athlet!? I anciatlen Li a narrow margin to The next n ? en finished within thl tV?eighl second? "f the winner, v tune was KM minute? :'? -??? inda ?'p. ? I Hm ne >f Havei hill. \< w England U > mile ? ham' ion. b ho rsn i um won thr. time prise with sn actual formai re ol mlnu lea ? ?< ? ? ? ond new record i << ? i ' i ? e \ e 111_ Nineteenth Annual EXHIBITION THE NEW YORK SPRING HORSE SHOW DURLAND'S RIDING ACADEMY, 5 West 66t- Strut it Central Park West.N. T WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS, APRIL 22, 23, 24, 1914 Admission ,...., fl ?><> Beeerved beata, ?ach even'g, im row pO.M Reserved ?Wta, each ivin'i, _M ro? $1.5? II..X.?. a ?.am ih? :; nlghu, in re? SAo Bse?a ? ?e?t.. th? .. niKhi. M res a?3 Ticket? for Sale at the Office of the Academy Only.