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Giants Badly Mauled and Fairly Humbled by "Shot-to-Pieces"
Phillies in Their First Clash for a Fourth Straight Pennant "Rube" Marquard Gets Shock as Magee Lint Out Two Home Runs. DOOIN AND HIS MEN BUILD UP TEN RU Clan McOraw in the Mean Ti Gets One Man Over the (Malt and That's All. '. ? ? ne. J Ph lads . ?'. 'i The > York Giants, with Rubs Marquars the ! oat and Milton Bto k at th v. here TllllS BhafOT w=?d to shine, w mauled and I in bit d b| mr "shot - Phillies here to-day as the : ? ? 09 was ?1 with aim. Th' score wai to 1. and io score ever told m .'early the story of a game. For i brief moment '.he National Leai champions flashed in the lead, cast a little gloom over the fans, but ti ?well, the s ore explains what hi I penes4) Captain Pherwood Magee occnpiei . place in the a'feet i?.rs of th? fans ?night beside that of J. Franklin Pak end not without cause. Almost sir. handed Mapee F^nt the Qlants gn filing down to defeat I!< smashed < two home r ins with men on bases b accour/ed foi Uve of the ten rti scored by his team In the fourth Inning he cam? up ai ending Bobby Byrne on second bs taralMsrjr planted the bail Into the |i field h'eacherB. That mli<ht have be hPcounted a day's work to] eosne no but not Mhgee. The next time to the plate?in the sixth Inning to exact?Byrne and Loben were both base. The fans railed t??r anoth clean-up drive, and under the cons tione (hers was nothing else to he doi Ones? more he met the hall flush on t nose and again !t fell to earth In t north side pavilion. That Crave tripled and scored on a fly by Luder :n the same Inning mattered not. Th perfrrmanie paled in the face of wh had gore before. Governor John K. Tener has k many of his constituents With | New York Giants, sirch enemies of Ph adejphia teams In genera!, opening t reason here, the newly elected pre dent of the senior organization rast one sid" 1 F allegiance to home t?ep at traipsed iff to Brooklyn to throw r, the first bal!. In his place May l(.h Blankenburc performed tl ? rf.ee in painstaking and efficient mrv nev. His more or less perfect thro' which all critics scored as s wild pite ? ' Its way to th* pitcher in d; rse, and while the fans roars themselves hoarse the season vas o ?Bright, warm April sunshine gla< ? ed the heart? of the fans, and tho offi. e hi ? s wh<> maliciously sent ti mortality rate of the city soaring sk ward la'ighed with malignant gle That tho*?. p?me office hoy? may 1 hunting a job matters not. They we on hand when Captain Magee's nv s?-nt the Giants llmpinc off the fle dazed and wondering Just how It t happened McOraw surprised the fans by pis lng Milton Stock, the youthful recri; from the Fouthem I/engue, at thli baee. It was believed that Bnodgra I would get the call by virtue of hlB s perior hitting. "Bnow" warmed up ! prttcttco, end earned the crowd's e 2 plauso by making some hard stops third baee When the game bega however. It was the peppery younifst wbo held down the position Pto< made a fevnrable Impression, too. 1 failed to j*et a hit, but was all over ti field, pulling down everything th came his way. He fitted Into the m >W chine well. too. and Chafer may not 1 I missed, after all. y T^e \t?.isl eererrony attending mo op?lns days amused the bis crowd at the player? were cheered es they march? a-croes the fle'd "Rube" Marnuard'a life waa made pa ?ocularly miserable ?nee the ton begs Ms brwwoed ;.? Beventa 1nt lng. and tben the Phillies lost I r tierce and knor-Ked him out Of ths DO! Arthur Fromme was ?>cie^ to fin t? vacancy, which he 6i?l in espahle sty* Those seven Innlnga however, must hav hfrnj-ht to Marquard's mind vsione c another feld In this selfsasse elf? in a!? and one-tvrd Innlnga ? ro ,n ?flo?*n hit" were torn from his port si?1e delivery. Misfort'rr e never COHloe nr,a' tended, el'her. The (rrea'er ti'imb-r e the?* blows came e'orr* in clusters an bunches fYomm? ?Mowed on'\ one V" flaring h; tenure of office, >. ?t by thai ''me th jcaire was signed, sealed and delivered. Bill Klll'fer. for whOOB services th Philadelphia club carried the war on tb federal l.esR-je Into the United Htate court* caught the fame for hts te.im The strain of lumping hn"k and fort' from one league to ?noth-r aripnrcrt:' bad little sflfed on his ability, for he no 1 I full dutv behind the piste a'eo sot two rouait s* hits Orovee Cleveland Alexander pitches Bsgalnsl M?riia*'? men. ?ml was mon ?effective He altowsd ?even mis ' ' e Of '?' I ? h ?a? a d'i .1 le 1 ?.? Bob BOehOI A'exsnder was a Ml ?-hakv In ? I ?? ? ni lien the Olsnti got ta o t? S_ I ? l| '?e.,r;-. ? |1*BS dlSd at : a'e tr\is,*< to OOunl v. . ? ? ? ' " 1?" In ? ' ? ' - ? Ah Bander, who ? ? ? ? '. .t . h error Play si third base, showing Frank . hance in act of grabbing Sweeney to help him repain hin feet, which under new rule retired the runner and prob ablv cost a rtin. on F'*Te<rieT> fir gave the Olanta their only run in the third inning. In the fourth, however, Manee pot In his fine work and put the home team in the lead In the s!?(th Macee ?jot ?another home run, scoring two men before him. and ."ravath'a triple and n sacrifice fly scored the fourth run of the frame Marquard tunde nis exit In the next lnnlnjr It was rot a era re ful exit, either. i re 1 ta oni s double by Lobert, fore] four runs, and HcOraw decided that enousrh waa s ifllcient. Promme, who had been hoverlner In the oftlng. waa call*d Into action and he managed to put an end to further scoring. No account of the game would be com plete Without telling that tThlef Meyers stole second In the ninth Innlne. It Is true that two men were out when th* Chief committed hi? larceny and that Killlfer made no attempt to get him, but ' the fact remains thai he atole a base The ?'-ore followa PHIUADBSIjPHIA. '?" TORK ab r h po a? ar -h pi a ? Paakerl ef.4 1 1 ? 00 Be? her, -f i n 1 3 ft > :i 4 I ,( 1 10 I'.'irn?, rf. * <i 2 2 0 0 1/ '????. '.. ", : ; .? i 0 0 Man-??- lf.,8 I a ! tb...l I 1 I II Cvath, rf 4 1 1 <? : ? 1 Merkl? !?? 4 n ft ? ft o L ' ? n, * r? c 10 f- 0 Murray, if 4 0 ft J ( m. 4 1 0 : 3h 4 ft ft I' . ? K .-,, r.4 1 t I 10 Meyers, c I 1 1 a so I tar, Mill M Mar'i/d. p 20001'? m?, j o ?? o 0 n n '?I'Ofil'n, . 1 6 0 0 00 Tot?; ntOliril Total? 33 1 IM S? ?Hatte?, f<-r Fromme in nlntn II ? 1- '. , l'iphia.0 0 0 t a 4 4 a a?II New Tort I I I I I I I I 4-I Two t.fi-.- alt? leacbW R'-rne I/>bert. TIree bue bit?Oavati Horn? mm? Maree .2' Hl'a off Marouard 12 In 01-1 Irmlra? off! Fromm?. . 1 in If.] Innlnei Saerlftca bita Marquard, Lobert Bacrlfl - fly?Luderue. Fto'en tu?? Meyer?. 1,?*? nr t>a??s New Ve-k, ?. t'iilla detphta, : Flrai ? ? on ball?- "ft Marquard, I; off Alexai e? s Pirat < too on scror? v?w Tor . : '-?? ? . out ?- Marquard, l. by ?ne. i t- Alexander, Ve.?s?i ba" Meyara Tiro? i 'o tTmpiraa Ra?i->n ?M Qulgley IRONY IN PIRATES' DEFEAT Players Traded to Cardinals Win Game for Their Team. m Louts, April u- Playera tiarled to ? h>? <'.?"dirais during the winter by the lifts .'irt:h Piratea played a prominent P'i't In the defeat of the lniter t?am here to-day by a se?.re of 2 to i in the openli g pame of th? peaso-v It waa "Chief" Wilson's stln*in?r slnjrie in the ninth inning a'*er two men Were ? thai pert Art Hut>- aeross tt-? pat?. with th? winning run for the home team. In the flrst inning .IarJt Miller, also with li'ttburifh last year, doubled, s'-orinc Putler from pecond base The usual opening da.' ceremontep started the contest. Meary clouds and a light rain just before the game held ?iowri t?-? attenitan^e. Thr score follows IT ?/Tie PfTTanCROH ?l,- ': |.n i ? abrh r? * * H if-rU ? n 0 '. 1 <? ?Caray If.., IM 1 II 100 Jo? Kelly.ef ? n I It ft ft lier, sa 4 ; '? s : I Mowrey, th 4 ft ft : I ft t ?ill l 4 Wanner ??? 4 ft i 4 * ft ft D Konel '. lb SI t S 11 4 ft l : * i ??i ilae, i' I I '? ft MU hell rf 3 ft ft - ft ft ' D Olbaon, ? rt ft ? 4 ft r.r'n.r i 1014 41 Adam?, p..., I ft 1 0 0? Total? ai tamal -.??*.. m ??mm i ? re OUI ??ben wtnn'na rir waa urnr?"! pt L-ajh . i 0 ft ft a ft ft o 1 2 Pit I r I 1 M I I I I H It? Miller. Vlei **i<"ri,Ve %n ?b bBBoa? flutter Was?? t, play? ??? 'o Konetchy; vin?., to llUBRln? I'?'" on beat? St boula ?. Pitta c Baae? en u'1? ?'fT .;-ir.?-;, . n*r ? ? J Ft rue? oui Hy Adam, !; > ? 'Irln ?r. : Tim? ' ' ' : ,: ;- ">? RIs ?" and Donlin's Colts to Play Skeeters. Iflki I his colts of the PCas York Giants, who enjoyed s Buce?assful i . .? mine trip d ?a a South, \? 111 mo i f*|ty this afternoon to do battle ?. .. Bkeeters Palmero, the Cuban, ..?p. win be ?-ri the mound for the crea Chas. Baker & Co's T AMERICAN COLONIAL, COLP & SPORTING OUTFITS A SPECIALITY. Largest and Best Stores in LONDON for TAILORING AND OUTFITTING, Leather Hat Boxes. Trunks. Bagt. Ac 271*274, HIGH HOLBORN Msitrttsi Fsthun leek Fr? 41 43, LUDHATE HILL Urn to M. Paul % 137-140, TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD (tar intish Im*. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ROBERT F WAGNER. Who tossed oui the firsl ball. CobVs Triple in Thirteenth Gives Victory to Tigers Browns Play Like Champions and Men on Both Sides Risk Injury for a Run. l'elrnlt. April 14, Bonfires were flicker? ing through the haze in retit-e fie!,] In the last half of the thirteenth Inning here to? day, when "Ty" Col.h ?drove ;i triple to the BOOre board which brought In two runs. A moment Liter he rn?*e?1 hotne with the tolly which enable?] Twrolt to take the opening came of the BOSSO P. from st Louts by i score of s to ; It was ? battle of pltcbers fiom begin r'.rg to snfl. Neither 1<;in. scored until the fln.-il Inning, when good, bad and rf.'n less base),,ill gave St. LoalS two rune anil Inspired ? l>etro't rally which brouslbt h?s*k memories of championship flsys. In the eleventh (V.l.h risked a broken le? in fln attempt to decide the ptruc/xle In the thirteenth Agnew ?cored the aecond run for St. l^i'iie by a reckless, diving Flide and was carried off the f:.M with a epike wound In his foot. Dubue pitched Shut?oul hall for twelve Innings In the thlrteontll he wrenched hl* weak kt ce while fielding a bunt Slid ga\ e wa\ to DOUSS. We Imsn, who IVSSS (ffe. tive. but erratic, eras replsced by laine? in the thirteenth, erltb Hush j.mI R.i'imnn on base i'obi. tripled ?'rnwfi.i .1 Hingled. .'?each, drove B Bscrlflce fly to Bhotton, Cobb beet ttai ret irn b; an i ? lash nnd the same sras over. The s ?.i .? folio** | DBTRi 'i ?T l/.i l pe a s po a i B iah, ?? III I .14 si mien.rf. ? 0 4 '. i 4 luniin*- i 0 1 SO Aui . - . lie I'nhb c 11 I 1 Oil I'ra i " ' I I ? rawfos l.rf SO? 1 as, WMI sma, rf ? ?? I II V>as*h, If RO: liter. If 6 Be 2 SI r ims, ii. saet? ? !.. ! .-. ?. i h ee M ?? ? I ' ' ' Vallare, as 112 1 II Stan?*? ? Mil] II iRitess c .. ?'? 1 ? 4 10 r>ui , i ?ni i to s'roi ?seen i... . - i leo " i .. IVHImar r ? '? '< '? t% ? \ ? ? i. .i n n ?i si ... 44 2 tfSllSI ?Bat ' Daua In the thlrtaesitli Im tTsro n'l? whfri ?inntn? run was BCe I 1 Detroit e e e e "e s s s s s s s j?i ?Jt. M M M M ? M I :-'.' Tsre-I ?et hits I '?* ? Vae. <.? hits Dubu W ? ? ? foot) Hita?Off P s In 1.-1-3 Innings ..IT l?..iss r. In I Inning; ??ff Wellman. ?, in '..n Innlnga; ofl isnta i lu i :! Inning Sa? rlfli s hltt '-'? alla ??? W< n .?rich Stolen hn -? ? V4"ll an I is Creertort Ijeti on haaea >'? i, I ii .? i..-.. ? Dubtsr ? Struck oui I ?? Welltnan, i I Dul -r II t>eu ? Wild pit? he? Wei I ma i . ? rims I'M. rmplr.-. n-i.ouscii.iti Bnd Hlldebread REDS DRUB CUBS IN DRIZZLING RAIN Benton Has Control Cheney Lacks?Governor Cox Guest of Honor. Cincinnati, AprU 14?The Chicago ( iiba met defeat hen to day In the opening game of the aeason v.,th the Hnclnnatl Reda after [.laying for 2 hour? and ? min? ut?e In a drizzling rain The scote was lo to 1. The rain. whl< h brenn Shortly hefiit. the time ndvertise.1 for the starting of the game, not only Kept down the atteri I sites, but eauaed Cheney to lose control Bent'in, "n the other hanu, appeared to ilk?- the wet K"iiir.. and heW the visitors t?i two bit? CINCINNATI ? rllCAOO Bb I ! po a <- h l t. ro a e Mon ' .< i ?i i " o !.. . -., 3?. . 3 i ? i 11 I i i ? 1 0 'i.:? .if ?mi : ?o i . i o i o i, <? .-*.. n. -, to. aai i >a .?- Cl ? M > II /lliuil.li. .s ;i ?J 0 3 lift Kippen ' t i oo i oo p. huit?, if.. 4 00 i o ft ' : I : I I f : . I '? ? . . lb ft 0 ft S 0 ft i ' I, r K i no i ft o Moil* m, ih isa o in? Hob /? !. lb I 11 10 ft ft Johnaton. rf 3 ft ft 4 oo K, ; ?K.lb I 04 ft ft ft Ai 'h?r, I .300310 M* ?." || :: 0 'i 1 IS!, hem r. p :?i t id i:., a llaga I I I.ft K,m in ? ?? |, I I I ft 0ft Hcraog, aa 1 10 :, 11 ?Corrldon BOO ft ?? r> 3 i ft 2 10 ti'i.. Ian . 1 0 0 0 00 Benton, 1 1110 ' ? , ToUll ??Mill ?I:..". 1 ' 1 ?;.. ? ?.--.? Batted * ? . .-?nier In tiiniii laalna ? natl I I I I II *?10 ..-,. I 'i 'i .) 0 1 1 Ilia?Off ? ? ? , , '13-3 ? . . . I? ? ? 11. ,... if i3i Doubl? : ; ? ?? 11. .? k- and 11 In Hal (Ofl ??? 1. 1 ? " -.. ? , in. lanatl . 1 ? rai ? 00 ? ?n i'hene) ? ?n Koratner, I; ?" i,,n ?; ill' 1.? pitch? u ' in?"?-'. fHersof, < '|m t k ? Mril'k Olli 14 v <??,?., 1. I.;, i: 1 n nton, 1 Pasa, 1 bell An bei WIM pltrl ? ? h':'-, ?4i K"??'ii?r. Irnplrea- I Or lb and Bjrrea, lima J 01. J WALTER JOHNSON AT OLD TRICKS AGAIN (Shuts Out Red Sox for the Senators Before a Big Crowd at Boston. BOStOB, April Ii - Waller JohoSO? pitched shutout ball for Washington to dav and the Senators won the c.pening came of the BSSS0S1 from Moston. ?, to C A bl? crowd enjoyed the contest with sresther condition* almost perfect. Fla- ?'??llins pitching was effective, e\ cept In tue third inning Then Washing? ton combined three B?nales erftta .? bass ! ?n balls ami scored all three of its runa ?Scsi m bstsmsn ih?! not tret h hit off Johnson until the aixih, when Bill Car? rlgsn sinsiod to osntrs Both, tesnu ti.-i.ie.i ahsrply, tesaos made ?< dtfllcull CStCl "f a lO? liner Which fie khi while riitniliiR bsckv/11 ?I 'I'll. sTASAlNGTON B09JTON ab i ii ? * abr a peae 1er, 't ' 1 1 1 o I Hooper, rf...4 Bl : i i II 21 ?Snsle, Ib.. *?n s SI \i ,- , ' ? i | 4 .. i. K|. iker, rf ?.. i ;. g I liandll. Ih ? " " : i ?? l_e* is. ?f.. ,sn?i n II M..r|tHn. JI40I 2 11 Gardner, 11) S (1 ?1 | 3 1 nlss if 4 n o ft o ?? \.. ..??. n, . s ?i i j : ?i A'sinlM. . 111121 ?-'"'I ? ? . . 3 ?? 1 1 TI M " i Is ?- su?, i il ? Usan, ? . :. ?i i s .il ti ?" ; ! : i 1 3 ?? Collins ?, . I ?? I - -Kell p ?III I || ?h h n i. 1117 37111 T?lala K 11 i II 3 ' ? ? blllns m ? ihth i?>riinst Washington . I . i? ft i. n ii n .. i,i>? i .?i. ? Hi Mile?Off . olllu ? la I Innlna off K ?II alna Ib i , " . i . ?|,ia i i.. ) ?. .I ri Is i . ? ???? 14? Br'Ja ini I Oandll I.?II ?Hi I uses Umhin?! i. !,..? .., I it i .-. en i .ill? i iff i etilos. 3 I |,?I I.?*? en ISTOra Bosl? n ;i. \\.?- ti I ri sr t. .1?. : i j ; ? ,. ? Ji hnaofl I 4.v s ..Lins. 4 Time 1 14. rtiiplrft-Cunno'ljr and IHnssss. M \RTY M'll -.LE. Pitcher of the Yankees, tvh i hclil the slugging Athletics to five hit?. Superbas Give Braves a Thorough Trouncing ?ov. Tener Throws Out First Ball of Game That Brings Flatbush Joy. RE?LBACH RULES WITH IRON HAND ON MOUND While Snap and Dash of His Team Mates Make 'Robbie* Idol of Brooklyn Fandom. Go? c. nor Jol :. Kinle; I ? ; er, of Penn* B] ; ants, pi raids i -, <<r the Vat L*sgue, three out the first ball el E beta Field resterdsi sftrnoon and offt ? il 01 tied the ii|*ht for the National League pennant m Brooklyn. Tsrelvi thouaand funs ras? in tneir l'-i - t.. bellow BPPlaUSe as the hall flow sit .?Rht and true info th* waiting I b of Ed Ruel Por tiie benefit of those who do not know, Qevornor Tener hud long since loomed the a-t <>f accurate throwing, for, In 1**3. he pitch?-?! for the old Chl?tagO ? iibs. Qevornor Tener ?s the first ball ployer t?> be .ie?t.-.i ?president of ths Na? tional l.eauue. itavlni s*ompteted that formslity, the ?;?> ernor eat back in his seat and srstched the Buperbu down the wh?o;> Ing Brsvei i i .> f* s to 2. 'i nele" Wlibui Ro Inson aron his place in the heart of Brooklyn fandom in no uncertain manner. He gent htm team ?? .t .?t. ihe ti. ;,i reedy t?> gtsrt ti"- s.as?n with a nigh Bnsp and dash was de? picted In ever) move The men hit ths ball Rush "ii ths nose, end ran the basca tike charmions, and fought every inch. N"' since th" pennsnl winning com ' ??? ' ? ? ...... ? ->? the halcyon ?hi: s "' aaeball in the City of Churchen, haa ??? Brooklyn team pisyed such baseball. it waa no wonder, than, that 'he fans Were j, ,i,i i,t S?d thSt tie fsCS of tiie ?^ei -,? ? -.res ii Ebbeta wss wreathed m amiles ?hen Dick Bgsn csught Orlf fith s BCTeamlng Hue drive for the n. ai ? ?'it of the prime ? ?ti the b.oid shoulders of Ed Reulhach, uho at a membei <>f the Chicago Cubs held the hetiolt Tmer.s to ope hit in th.* world's .?.cries tn iiv>9, rests much ?>f the Bjlor] for the <la" True the swarthy skinned \eteran did r.->l flnl?h the same. He ?s>SS relieve.) bv R. .1 PfeffST. the re <-riiit. in the eighth inning, at whl? h time the punie was BSfe In the but bag Reulhach was a lion in the light, ant le ii?ed his powei mercilessly. Por ti. Innings ho m.mcl "down the BrsvSS lowing t-'?tn ;i i'.iitr- trio of hita which ?e gcattered mo I Judtclousl! v 'ase on balls end ..n err??r b) Dl k Bgsn sllowsd snothsr I'rave to breathe the rsrefled Ht mosphore of (lrst base Onlj one of the?? men, >'t Tyler, the ?Boston pit'-her, ex. i lored the dark fsstsjoss of sseond. And then In the (seventh, with the acore S lo i in his favor. Bd let down a hit. Instantly the weird chant of the war flanes was heard on the BootOO bench and the ?narlins warriors hit the rath. Nor wrre they turned beck until two runs were eountod Ml hits In all were plu feed from Reulboch Pfeffer was a hit nervous when he took h s p?aos on the rubber Me vc.is decidedly off lu his control, hut he pulled himself <> it of difficulty la mssterly style. Tbecban ss Offered 1" three hits end two b:ises on balls were lost upon Boston f??r lock of a telling punch at opportune momenta A stickler fur the pt,,pr1eties attendant apon hasshall openings, he they special m ordinary, Colonel Ebbeta aaw- that noth? ing was left undone t.. make the day one t.. be remembered. There was. of course, the traditional parade of the teams Hv its) of vari?t)*, however, the men formed In fr<.t,t of the flagstaff lu 'entre field, and while the hand Mated forth the "Star bpsngted tanner" mi Olorj waa wafted t.. tie chill) \prii br?ese The flag raising wer, the pisysrs msrehed beck t,, the piste, nui the band pisyed "This !*? the Ufe." The Bravai f..mied along th. third baae Una while the Superbes, msklni a bold showing Is their glistening white uniforma etrlpsd with norroa blsck, l|nsd up m the psth t?? first in?. l'hey salutsd Robinson, and then bri.ke ranks to practise. No opening ??.ni.i be completa fdthcHil a fl?oral lmrae sh04sj mid "Hoble" racetved one of giant Flip Coin to Elect Captain Murr?. "Mash" Sullivan, who was ele?, - e.l ?.r.teribi?. to captain II" BfUSSBB? Hull High Thool baseball team for lb? < omina season, ?n? appointed In a n?iv?i un?. "Bill" ?*?Ur?. the Mg pll.-tier. ?I?.', itn? a ?andhlate for the paaBttan, ?"'I ?<s both are popular ??lib their teun. m,|. ~ (be family aihlefi? ii.mniiltee *a* in .? i|i,nn.|,ir? . Ihr tnss of n , oin ?a? dfiileil on. Bad ?uiiMun Beared the lui? ??ne in the ftp \ leader bud to h. el.u a? I he I?..IT anil Blue ha* ?e\ernl Important gum ? ibis nreck. ; roportioi - < <f course, the Buperbaa had la be photogi aph. d star-' i .. : it. White the? Bravea ta Inn their mlnarj practlci Qovernor Tener ar rive?! He was rio,, ?? ? rod rrowd. and doffed hie hat many t.me? 1 = !.. Bought his chah a near the Superna?' bench. With him were . McKeevei and Charlea H. Bbbete, Many fans ?hook hands with the Qovernoi iiius winning lasting fam. and glory. The Pennsylvanls Executive ?.?s t>ur ruin.fied b) :. awa ?u "?' photographers, ? ?nappe.i him In vai ous pose-., and e'.rn had bin throwing the bal oui ?? | befo-e he a. tual '' ?. this . ?'"e John Bunny, well known m 'hr "sil'-nt drama." "as there, and was recotf Beveral times he almost fell II ? ? p, bul iu? matter He - Of ;"i ?ir ? temp?rant! ?" it might i-e '?. it t lime to rel ? to th.? c.mie. and ten brief!) how the Buperbaa go* oflf to ?? ?' - star1, nnd hoa for a da; st east the are l ed for the lead 'I. the Sat n . in ? nant race i nder l lie | ildan ;e o Hol Buperbaa p lyed no waiting | Ki-|u?ppe,i uith man-aised bata, strong muscles to swing I em, aid he. guide ti? BtrokeB, they a'enl oui and ft? ighl '"? i n'- i ?v transient 11 ??< - tetor might have thought it >?.a^ tie i.'ants out "n ti,? field Speed wit? lie keynote. The hit and run pay ???. worked until it cried "Rnough, ' and In the majorlt] of case-: it went through Pour of the eight ? rere i.ed by this pia) perfect!? executed ??eorpe Tyler, the thpaa of the Braves, started the game, but he failed to go the route. Unlike Reulbach, how ever. he resigned under pressure in th? five n,nines he nitchoi he wns poundct for eleven hits. Including dOU >1? s b "Red" Bmltn and Zach Wheat, and .?? erashlng triple by 'he <.;.i reliable Jake lu?nbert Be it s.,H In pas u.g t!,.-,t i?au bert got lit? triple off the Brat ban pitched to him In the ti-st inning. Two were ?"it. however, and Wheat Ml the dust on strikes Tyler, by the ^ | ? Struck out the aid' In that Opening name. The Braves were none too sure In their fielding, and four errors marred the ? ? 1 a alarle.?; s.ip by Bgan on a drive by K\ors n.counte?! f,?r BffOOklyn'B BTTOr. There \?.:.? bright spot-, howrver, and many of them Zach Wheat made a mar \ eMoua cat. h of a Taxaa I ? iguer i y Qrlf? f.th in i'.'n'k of ahortstop. Wheat fell in the soft footing, but he grubbed th?? s| here as he fall and hi i?i fast Hlt'X'Kl.YN. BOSTON abrbpoa? kpoaa P., ... cf 4 ?i ' :0? M ir?n . ? ?* 4 ?? i i ? ?> Cutaoaw, !b & I I -!' .401 I ?Bubert, lb I ? 10Hubert f ?0 1 Wheat, If . 4ft 1 (00 Hrlffltll rf 10 0 ?i 3h . 4 1 1 2 10 S? hmlflt, lb I ?? ft ft .. ?i Htengel, rf 11 0 !00 Connolly, if ;i ? i o 00 i:k"h. bb. I ! i I i 0 Deal, to .III 1 11 nier. ... 4 I _? ; 1 ?> Mi.riln. Ib., ?M ft 0 || eulbach. p .? I l " Dugoy, lb... I 11 I I I rr<-rfer, p i o o o ??>? w nuiing. c. Ill ; 4 o i ' i.??? i?. e_ too i oo r>ier. p. : o ; o i i ? iuteher, p. i o i o I I ?Miinn. too o oo Tottis I lUltTtl Totals ....IIIIMtlI ?Betted for i'r.i' her ,n ?he ninth In,Un? Brooklyn.? I I I I I I I H i.n ?? I " I 1 I I I I i ir?! u?r mi orrora tt..s?..n i. Brooklyn, Two-baa? hits Crutchoi Wheat, s?,lth f ,,.-?? int Danbari Bacrlilca hli laaubari Su. i ni. e ti. ataran villa Miolon haara Stengel, Kgan i.et ?.?i baae? Boaton, II; Brooklyn, ?; Double pU? Whallns ?"'i ?voro Haasa on i.Hiin ?>rr Tyler, l? off Reulhaeh i. "ft lYuteh off i r. ir.-i. sun. i? oui h? i i loi (; '>? it...n h. h. :? b) Pfeffer, i l'aa - ?J i ail ?..???..1? lit?-? ? >rr fylor. n In ?? Innlna?; fit Reutbaeh ?> In ? Innlnaa; "tr fTuieher, 0 In 3 Innlnaa; "(T l'f.fTet :: ni ! ?nnlna? Tune i 00. t niplrea - Klein un 1 Hart o MBKBALL TO-PAT, ?1 M P M N y Ameri? cana VB. lii'.i te'.pilla. I'oto < 1 ; ?? .tul? Adnl. OOc. ' X DEB?T OF TIP TOPS MARKED BY VICTOIl? Seaton Twirls in Masterly Fashion and Shuts Out Pittsburgh Feds. GAME IS WON IN THE TENTH Two Bases on Balls and a Sing!? by Westerziel Does Trick? 15.000 Watch Contest. i - .. - . Pitts .prll? Ths Brooklyn IS Tops made I tebut hsr* J. day, and I uful 01 Patera - -1' Pittsburgh ?ere defeat**! v. ' lass ?Full) Hfl perseae ? -. out t" ? _ '?'.-.,; ordfl estai llshed by i ! ,,.^ League ten:.. | ??? t..m fleaton, the f<. mer | itehssr of,. ?Phlllli b, who - ...'.... ti?iti n?>t i,:.- i:?fl4 and the ? > itlaws "v\?n y. : i ws ' in the best -the Brooklyn I am Me showed the! -? was well worth ail the strlf? he v4< ? ? he pit. he . hi ? ? ? . . Brook B ???!..-. him. and he, l ..... Strlk.'-? ?? . nt ?.-i ho-' . Kelther tea ? ? . th? : In the flrst , I Deli '?? ? ? ?? toi i pssa and W I ? ? ? . ? The r..n? Implored the ? . t? ,<? * beat?n a*as and u.-i,t on working In 1 isy i steady atyls He ? noi to ?pop v a I Igh is ul ind tl ei Ism i u ' the ribs est lowed to taks ? ? ted thai I ? le - n tYestsnM ? the R . - . . game for thi Murpay ? on tup M ?, %v" rith the Braves snarM s nun ? ?0%% high Into ths nto the dir* fti J in.es \ Ollmore, of th? rard sal ye B IrVsrd, ot the Brookl ? ? much cratl'led, ths BtiSsSSI of spectaton ef M ' B Tl| TIP Shr?- ' ahr ISSM . mp l . !(, SB! 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