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Giants Flay Phillies
Before Mayor Mitchel Open Their Home Season in a Way to Make Scoring Look Easy. TWELVE RUNS MAKE FOR MUCH SHOUTING Mike Donlin Gets a Gold Rat, the Giants a Floral Ball and the Crowd a Victory. lit HCTWOOO imnrv i..am.- opened their home season r?-t the Polo G eeterday in such thor? ough fashion that it looked for a time as If it would >>?? necessary to ask Mayor Mit.h?!. who threw owl the first ball, for ? me of his all-night McGraw'i men overwhelmed the Phillies by a ??ore of \l to 4 and took sweet ro ? defeats received In Phila? delphia. !? waa sweetaeaa long drawn ont There was no delay about disposing of i llanta simply i mu (|iut i until -... down. Jeff Pesreau, I letter wn iter, kept the Dooln on the inarch. T?> ami Irom tin bench was the i they travelled, rarood Mats'?' would ?win?' these tunes and smile a sort of "it didn't hurt to i ravath. Bang, smash, ban-:, the bail would crash Into the biii glove of Larry McLean, and Cra atb Would Uke his place on the bench ie Mugee. < ?tie o- twi ?? Tesreau allowed the oppo -'tion to g?t a tew m?-n on base?, hut It only for the purpose of making his inning exit more dramatic. la all be stru.us out nine men in ?seven ? | at his best fanned men In success Five i ? salve itrike-outa sees sags to be s Mg league iweerd. but Judgment is withheld -?? returns, ?SBM twenty-two odd thousand fans . DM i'dd" is us.'d advisedly, ?hiei - ? ''bief Iron Tall and ?;i full regal?a sup Um (-Idlty. lia received his (,-old bat and .?1! rii-'lit, but not until Joe llamphrlea )ai mad- a speech Hum n front of everybody, ac Donlln of playing baseball for the O?anla 'way back i Until ths end ? h be nonrsslsd the aajbe Of the man he was talking shout*Just like a convention orator mak? ing a nomination. When he did finally n "Mike Donlin" and opened the M ' let'th? -nine on the gold bat Sad t'uo . ths audience was ? ii. Many ? ? Joe Hum ; aeveral hitherto un published things about Mike Donlin, hut lie overlooked one lit:'?? sne dot? which r of the great batsman Is sir?, to seize up..n as one of the most Il? luminating sidelight? upon the life of Donlin Although Humphries forgot anecdote, here it la: "it, the early autumn of UN Mike r> lln walked into a bar in the ?ity of <" Prom the back room came i f a feai tal ahtndy. Donlin prie?? lip bis . " "Would >?> i mind telling me,' he ?i to the bartender, la that a private t? or can anybody Join in'-'' " There also vas a present yesterday I Qianta as a whole, it was a lar floral bas. lall, drawn by two pap1 mache an?mala Snhlch seemed from cast Hundreds < f api tatora drew a false symbolism from t exhibit, only to'find o?it that ths fiowe Were from the Lambs Club and that ; ,i i Imala wei a young s!i< ?' During th.- early part of the afterncM it api eared aa if the game had I I ranged for the moving pictures Plctur were taken ol Charlie I >ooln shakii hands, of William Klem adjusting h mask, o; Harry Btevena entering t? ? o. ami other Important apocha '. the game. ir Mltchel, ;is said before, thre oui the first ball, and it m?fj be n marked that he ?lid it right-handed Tb ball player who bends the ball across th plate is ns often as not a left-hand? : ut the guest of honor Is n? ver a soutt paw, Tb,- mil |e i. If i roperly pur .I, turn blea ??ne into histories] reeesrch, I ? ..it men are never left B ithpawa do no1 ?;? l alon : i :i ? world. Perhaps they are held bad r left-ban led complimente, ice exception must be made, in th third chapter of the Book Ol JUd| oral v.-rses from the top one may rea? that when Ehud, the son of Gera, si. v Bglon, the fat king of Moab, he "put t...-tv his 1'ft hand and took the dagger fron his right thigh." The Bible also Btatei expreesly tint Khud was "a man l?'ft handed." Put. always excepting Ehud, the Ren iamlte, most left-handers cut little figur? .? v'-.'t't in the bos seor? a There was once a left-hander, nn alder? man from a West Bide ward in Chicago, who threw ?ait the ball at an Opening if the cubs some years ago, bu*. the team del \. ry badly that year, and in the next election the left handed alder? man was retired to private Mayor Mit h-1 not only threw rlcht handed, but he threw well. Tarry Mo? Lsan Cams doss to the lower box In which the Mayor was ?dttlng and held up his mitt tor a tarcet, but tl e Mayor ti i t.. throw ail th.- way t-> tie box, i !.. . -, ..-t sac ? ? Although the Phillies scor-^d first the ts overtook them quickly, and the gami soon ceased to be a contest. Mayer, who began for Dootn'a team, was hit hard, and was wild as will. Jacobs, >'.ho - i eeeded bina, waa ?-ven easier for the New V?rk men. Schupp, a young left-handed recruit ? v Met Iran . fir, ned In the eighth and ninth innings, and was ? ffective. in the sixth frami tw? n en on Merkle bu a wind swept bom?, rut; to '!<? ;? ne.,! centre ami cleared the ? Lai ry McL All In all. the iTe promise of SV< n g? at . th than was th. Ira last year. How the Giants Scored a Round Dozen of Fat Runs Phliiii ? i rae with s Paakert : II lb? ball la front of the plat? aid weal all the way to second when Tesreau's throw to Bret bounced off his shoulder. Byrne immediately laid ...vvn ? sacrifice, and when Lobert -I? in right Paakert gal? ? The lead avail.si : thing. ? u.,- :.: t ball pitched against <? fleM It was two feut too low- for a home run, and went for a double Burn? followed with a two-bag that 1 ' Lobert*? hands. I hOf-M. Fletcher and Captain Larry Doyle ?Tseahad a rousing ?acrlflc? tiy to Mai;"? i hat th- outfielder did well to i-atch red on the throw In. TeBn-a ?. who seemed almost ?even feet tall, IS i.'- v. as on tue high mound of th? l'olo Grounds, began to second Inning. He aaed a --.it ball for the most part, ? ii now ami again with plain, straight spot d in the third Inning beaaa on bella to Bei hei and Bums and Larry Doyle'? o, which ail t'it bleu ofl Mayor'? head, brought the total of tiie Giant?: tip ?oi- tun was Scored by Me< iraw'a mei In I In the -ame inninu Teeroau strmk out Lobert, Iggers I'e a;.K, strn, k out Luderua and Murphy In th? ?lfth t" <? n ; ? ??? : Is Btrtag of live. PACKARD TRAHSPORTATION & REPAIRING CO. 234-238 Weit 41?t St. i v ? KM , ,t. Repairing of Automobile? and Marine Engine? by expert mechanics of year?' experience. Six-cylinder Pni.k-.rd car? exclusively for hire by tbe hour, day or week. Greatest Tire sale Ever' i Kl \ I IT l!( Il \-l m Al! ists. Clean, Fresh Stock At Remarkable Saving! Jandor! Automobile Co. 3. 5. 7 West 61 it St. SOMETHING NEW I? TiR.S "II V l> \\ \\|> Ml,|| | '_ '?.'Hi Ie" ??.. MOTOR BOATS ?ENGINES^ */n) MOTOR BOAT ACCESSORIES Power Boat Engineering Co.,inc ?,.... . j.,/1-1, . -, . und the Sn , I ? #..- K'.T.r IS? I.nil Hi ?i HTKRKT in the last half of the !ni ?es on : ataman, a single und a double ted for two runs. When .' la known that Larry McLean was one factor In the double ateal, It can ? that the defence of the Phil? lie? was beginning to crack. Teereau forced s run home for the Phil? lies in the sixth by a basa on bails, after three singles bad filiad the bases. Cra v.th might have tightened tho issue if 41e had m.-i'le one of ids characteristic home runs. : ut instead he nil a little grounder t.. Teereau, and a double, play follow? 1. Jacobs went it. to pitch for the Phillies In the sixth and a t'ltnult followed. Beach? : and Burns walked. Fletcher sin? gled Doyle was ?safe when Byrne threw to th>- plate too inte to get a runner, Merkle followed with bis home run. and singles by Murray and M- Lean compl? led the damage. The change from Teereau to Schupp in the eighth Inning set 11.*? Phillies 1.;' again, but they were too far behind to threaten del The CHaata were credited with eleven bita, while the Phllli ml* seven. i ?ooln mei mmltted live ? 1 roi a, while New York ma.1.? two. The s ore followi ni:\y TORK PBLL4ADI !.. 11: \ ab r 1: \>o a? ? ?? .212 111 1 : . bar, m -t 1 ; - I ? Doyle, 2b. 1 I 1 1 1 0 '?' get 101 1 SI 1 1 1 >? 1 0 ' ? ? , I 4 I ?? b 4.1 (.1 I 1 i- 0 001M Sel. I 1 SU Tear? su pi Md. ai . a 1 ut p p 1 u ?. 1 1.1 Kinn ? '.-.411 i .. tea e 11 I 11 U > ; ? . too 0 00 I- .-..;. .: . : h Innlna. ? ? It o niriii, li ? .I 0 1 I 2 S O S a 13 10 0 0? 1020 -i N? m Yurk. I. Two I ? '? . - . ' ' 1 ilia on ? I?, ???. b) BchU| 'er .'?' . Hit by pi 1 |fay-i Off 11 i I I - PIRATES HOLD THEIR LEAD Open Season at Home by Over whelming Cardinals. Pittsburgh, tprO H Pittsburgh op. ne-i ?i..- NstMsnsl Iasgiia baseball seaeoa h?-? to-day by defeating Bt Lonla The , . it w.iM |ba Pirata m renth 1 PITTSBURGH I LOUIS a 1 > 1 - .. h pe aa . \t ? 'm t 1 ? 11 iaa ' ?. ft 11 ? . ' t .1 VUs< 1 Mowr?*y, P . ?''? 1 0 ? . ie 1 ? by. lb.. 41 1 11 0 0W rl ? 111 * ... . ? - . , in I 11 h 14-jtnaa, V ? 0 1 0 1 .1 UtisMlll T??taia.21 1 i it H : ? ? ? : 1 . . iktc. 1 . .? ' ? ED SWEENEY HERO IN YANKS' TRIUMPH Big Catcher Triples in the Eighth and Sends Three Men Across Plate. HIT TO LEFT BRINGS WOE TO SHIBE PARK Mighty Baker and Collins Fail al Bat, with Bases Poll and One Out. Bj Teleei tpS te Tb? Trtbana | Philadelphia, April &?Wh?n Big Bd Sweeney of the Van!.? earn? to bat in the eiKhih Inning of tb? opening i un ? al Bl be Park ?saluai th? Athletics tins af? ti:i.i.m h? found thro? of hi? teami on tbe bssee. A moment later Bweeney, much out of breath, area "?i third and three runner? bad crossed tb? pi ?te H;- hit, which ?rent to deep left B?M, ?aras ?;.-- dedd||i| factor In the victory of the Yankee? orer th? Athletic? bj s ?.-ore of .". : It was the third gam? OUt of three stats which Chance'? men nave won from the Athletic? this ?eaaon. in spit? of th? rocky road which ?'onnie Mack's nun have had to travel this ?OS* I lau ? a crowd Of lans wer? present. They rejoiced In th? early Inning?, for It seemed as ?r rictory ? i? certain for the world'? champloi Prank Chano? shifted hi" line-up. Trueadale, who rai a from Buffalo, was out at second at,.i Eiartsell went to right field in [.hire of Doc Cook. Celdwell waa at first, as Harry Williams Is BUffsrtBg fn m an Injured hand. The new second baseman performed well, although h? was Charged with one error. His hit, a bunt. was timely. Kin* ''ole be-*an in the box for New York. His ?rlldnesa and some weak sup? port allowed the Athletics to gain a three run lead In the first two lanlBga Bchults, the lefthander, replaced Cole, and bl* though it was I its first start this season he worked In brilllaal fashion. Base? on ball? to Ifclnnl? and Behang and ? double by Jo? Bush accounted for two runs iti tha sect nd Inning aad mi rked th? downfall of King Cole Hush grow eery Wild In the third, and Ravi- four bases on balls, but one l th was all the Yankees could gather Bchult? was In a bad hole In the sev? enth, when ?Ingle? by B iah, Murphy and Oldrlng filled the base?, with only un?- out Collins ?nd Baker wer? ?1 red by tbe crowd o do something, bul the former forced Bush a1 th? plat? and Baker po] :? d i" Malael w'a'.sh walked to start th? eighth, Cald* veil lined ?? ?Ingle to rtghl and Walsh raced t" third. I loldi n s hit to centre ared Walah and Trueadale'? ?af? bum filled the base? Pecklnpangb forced Cald* v ? i at the plat? on a tap to Baker, but then can ?? Bweenc hty wallop and v tory for tbe fankeea The score followi. NEW TORK, PHIUADELPH1 \ po a? Murphy, rf.. 11 i rf 400 1 00 ! . ; .-.-'. 11 1 I -11,1b 4 01 t 1 n. cf. 611 I I ?'- ? < "? ' :; 1 1 : il M Im Is, lb . 110 1 2 0 Btl II k. rf.. 4 I I ! 0 0 ill :. 3 i.H rry, is... ?S. C... 11 0 '. 1 '? p... 2 0 0 1 ??'!:.-. f. . 4 I I 0 1 ?> it e a o Total.?;... 32 ; I R U : Totals ?' '?? '?' -? U ? ?Batti I for Cola h rd Ii a? New Y..:k.4 ft-5 ? .????. ole, j in '-? Innlnss; "ft . 7 i-i 7 Innlnai ? ? [terry, Collins sri I Melnnl U Sew r? l'.'*t hsse on bells ??ff Col**, 4. oil Bush, t ?yirst -. ? StrUi .; ?. It? Bj Schuls, :. I'niptrei ? 'one ?1 - si ' i ?? ? se CHICAGO CUBS WAKE UP Win First Home Game When They Defeat Hcrzog's Nine. Chicago, April tt The Chicago Cubs won theli flrsl bom? ?ame of the aes ? from Cincinnati to-day. The. s.-or.- eras .? to i An-, two wer? oui In the third Inning i ? nd?. .1.. ibled, Leacb walked and Ooode doubled, ?coring th?; pitcher w,tv? the lust run. Zimmerman singled In the next Inning w.-:t to second on ? arlld pitch and again, when two nan were out, Johnaton do and scored Zlmm? rn aa CHICAGO CINC?NN \'l. ?bi h ? abi? I.'-, h, Ib.. 2 00 1 rf U SI I ....... rf 101 0 0 li'l S-....-11.' b 4 00 4 '/. m'mi h! '? 10 Marsan?, if IO 100 II I. Hoi Itsell, lb 101 II ?? Baler, lb... tOOIt 00i 1 , ? . , , ' 101 . , .. -I ll ? ,l | 0 C0i 1 loua ? . ? Toula ????! ?nr I .., .. . 0 0 110 0 0 10 0 0 0?1 Tu., < , . Ott v ? , l In 1 H Moi ? nnat ? . : ? oll, I. Ptru . ? I i : ANOTHER WAR MOVE IN BASEBALL RANKS Rule on Cutting Down Playing Squads to Twenty-tive Men Rescinded. Chicago, April U The rule requiring it leagu? team? within the palo ol rj nlsed ball to nil dews th. ir piajrlag ?quads to twenty-flee men by Mny i? a is raoclnded by th? National Cenunls slon bei to-day. This mee? waa a war aiassure to keep i ? d promising plaj ara oui of Um t. hi s "f th? outlaws Tin- comml al?n, alttlag an a board of atrategy In s ?portai meeting, ?TOT) l'n i-' Of thl las.: all war. '., .\ cording to August Herrmaan, tmik no furth?r action Fordham's First Sacker Has His Eye on Ball The New *> ork I Itj nln? put up a rat bei pooi ?-xhit.iii.ci against Kord* i. .-i ? ' ? ' ? i.n on Kordl s m i leid, h? Ing defeated b} ? eco.i . i to I Klve pitchei wen laad by the Vlulel In an ? ndi i ? "r tu hold dov n u.e Ma . bul their off? ngi war? p?a t?" i ic dham Conwai the Pordham flrsl baseman safely sil tlm? ?. dril Ing out two ? I agg?r, two doui u . elngu \\ i "ann twirled i od ?ball for i ,. | an ?i ring th? ? I g ht Inning? he was In ? be bos, and ths Heights' men secured bul on? earned i un off ids del Ru i w ? mini i he M., roun football i aptatn. i ? sd tha lasl Ii rtlng, and two hita a Ith foui ?rro ? ? . a fork fh a ? by inning? follow? . ham 111 .", I ? l \ t N V i ? lean >i j I . Tyler Wild, but He Wins. His Game Just the Same Superbas Fail to Profit by Opportunities and Are Badly Trounced by Boston Braves. ... The Ti I n* ? , - ? ; : ii i| fJeorgs Tyler, the erratic southpaw of the Braves, gave an exhibition of pitching si the opening .? "f the National Leaxue season here this afUrnoon, that was remark? able in more w.iv.s than one His gen erositv arlth bases on bulls kept him i" hot water throughout Tb.e fa'ns clamored for his removal. hut Tyler refueed to lloe anything that iook?-d like a timely '.it after the Arel inning, and saw bis Ham through t.. victory. Tim acora was :? to i No *..\>.er than eie.,,-!, Brooklyn bate men walked to first I?...-?? Th? n. tOO, there were thtee errors by Johnny Bl ? ere, yet the Buperhas Called dismally to improve the opportunltlea ottered :i hits iti all Were made off Tj . delivery, two coming In the Urs! Inning and driving borne the lone run made bj Bi ? Three times the bases were nn?.ii when the side was retired, in all, sixteen of the Buperhas languished on the linea The Bravea gathered their tallies in cloutera and with no regard for the teel of the Brookl] a mound men. pat Hagan. Bull Wagner and Pfeffer were In turn subjected to maulinga Ragi n t to feel th? w? Ighl of the B bats. He left the diamond after toiling through Bva Innings, In which time be was found for four runs. WtH ?? i ? ".' o Innings, el? lowing a bra? ? ol tall se, while Pfeffer led the boa for cm i short bul lughl> ictive Inning, In which thn ..!?-.I. Mai ill? d '" i- ?? from the brink third li Thr? ? passes had filled the bases when the Brave shortstop made s spectai ilar catch of Smith's hard IIn< r and doubled Daubert off second. Tyler then passed Btengle. filling the biers for the second t.i .- Egan, however, (lied out. The scr ? follows: BOSTi ?N BROOKL.1 N . po ne f .01 1 ... I 00 11 II nth. rf. II 1 I '' III 2 I 1 . ? : . : ? ..il,.. ? ill till ., . ?. I II 10 1 !' ,, m ,, ?.i rot. ? - ? . - ton . 9 0 4 I 0 I 2 I I?I ?? .i .. s T.? ??-? i M i "arty, i ? . I .?i ; inn I ig. Sa ? ? ? ? ? t. lier. It: ?ft' : ?? ? - ? ? i ? ? A. JOHNSON OUT PITCHES WALTER Red Sox Recruit Allows Six Hits and Shuts Out Senators. \\..-. a -ton, April 0 The Senator ; shut oui in their Bret home game of the season w th Boston to-day, A. ' >hn , Ri i B is recruit pitcher, h? them t" .-;?. scattered hits and outpit.-h ?iiK his names ? TI i scon was ". I i The visitors bunched hita in (he I I three Innings, scoring live runs. Presid.-nt Wilson, who was to h tve thrown oui the first ball, was unable to attend on a counl of the pr?s ure of bu I? neaa caui d by the Mexican ci It I The - 01 ? fol loe a: PON v .gHINOTi s ? f i : I ?? 10 0 ? ? , cf. 4 I 1 2 0 0. Milan I janvrln, II 111 111 M 100 1 \. rkea, 2b.. 4 11 l ?? I ? ? I 41CIM ? ? i | .', Job Toi Hi ; ' ? I I I .... Pwi I . i ? | - Mel ? I ?eft "n ; it bas? - ' l'ir-- - ti. I John I In i i..-.m .-..- i iyene. Tim TIGERS RISE IN THE THIRD Get Enough Runs to Defeat the Browns?Bush a Star. Bt? ?Louis Iprtl -7: Cobl m the third Inning, scoring Kavanaugb rough! horn.- Lush, the T gei enough : ns to h> at the Browns, bul the visitor, sdded one mot? ?n ti.i- Inning for good measure The a Ol <? was ] tO 1. The DETROIT. ST U) t ni.. a i? a? rh po a? SB... 2 10 4 70 211 S II Il I 99,A tin, II Cobb, ? f.. . 71. : rd.rf 4 ' 1 101 Williams, rf II1 I 10 Vea? h. if .. 4.. i 1 IIIO Walker, if III i II i -it, 2 0 I II ? M ? 0 Moriarty.tb 400 1 ? I i I 0 Bl .ti.i.?, c. 40 1 & 1 0 i ?.. :; 0 ( v. iln. p 100 0 ?i; Walk. . . 1. . ! : ? .? ? . n 3 .. .. . g .1 0-3 .-?? I. | 0 i .. ?? .. n 0 S I l Two ?Vlllii Ksva . ? -. . . ,? ? one ii. l Im ? . ? ? ?? ila, . Louis, t; . Mule. l. Hit ? ? ? i in. 1 k ..n H- '. '.y M ilr, I . ST. L0UIS>EDS WIN IN 9TH Score Three Runs While Keup per Shuts Out Indianapolis. Indianapolia, April Zt Two ringles, an ? t.:- ?d hit ;.nd a double ?rave the Bt Peda tur. a : uns in the ninth and ,t victory over Indianapolia in ti.pen? jt | game of the on ere I da ? i ; a .h. n up to l ? ninth had be? i a pitchers' battle, wltl honora even, be twe? a K< up; ? r snd Palkenberg. The si ore folio ST. I. INDIANA! ULM i h pe a? i h po -i ? Brl I i f. 01 I 01 4 ? V ., W Mlli-T. cf 1| 1 ...,:..,. -. 1 rak? 111001 u M Ml I? . lb 0 017 00 ? ? ?0111 . . ,-?? i, i to I K?ui.| r. p.. IS 1 ? II I SI I .. Ill . I?*!' i pol la, ? ? ' ??? , ... ?.... ? ? ? ill Mill ? i. || ? ? -I"'. -? Reds Get Injunction Against Kansas City Club ? hlcago, April .'? An injunction re straining Oeorga H Johnson, former r of Um Cincinnati Be is from play? ? ' with the Kan1 i ? -,t| r, ,i. | i.,-.,.; ?,. club waa laened toda- i,- .- iperlor Judge Ko-ll. The Kansas CKy ?dub aleo was re strained from In any era, terfei Ing with m.n now rmder ? onti sel M the f*li nal! Club Providence, 13; Toronto, 11. a. Pro? Id? n? -? i: n i: Pi I ' " ' I t I I v 13 lo 2 Toronto 111 I 9 1 ? 1 ? I 11 4 : Batteries I ddham, M i i. Ba lej and J Oi low Johnsen, fJaw, tferberi Hoggs and Kelly. ' a ? American Association Resulta. m Paul, I: Mllwauki s Lou in? Indlanapn! Kuni ? let ? land "?. ? '???iii ?aeeeeU. Pele Uro - ?? i i da '?" a * Glanl ' ? SCHACHT SHINES IN BOX FOR INDIANS Newark Pitcher Holds Rochester at His Mercy in Close Game. Ai Schacht, of Th? Broas, pitcher for .he Newark Ind I the Rochi pretty well at hi? mei ???? In Newark yes* terday, and the Redskin? won by ftie ?con of - to i, i ha I allow? d tbe trie* only thre? hits, and b il for the fact thai he m id a I alk In the ninth he would have reg? tered it. it Has the fourth Im Ing when Newark broke Into the run column, t-ddl? Zim? merman doubled t" right, with two out Oui ' l an Infield tap and stole second. Heel . id, filling Scha< hi ?cratched an In? : nit and 211 ! The ?lib- i N ?' rk count < am? In the fifth, it wa - n id? I t Tool ????. a I ? advanced to second on an ., u and atol? third and ' The ?'?? ore fol ? NEWARK ROOHESTER ? ; Ur! I " 1 i ? . 1 '. ! u Zim'n ?t '. Ill I , | M 0 101(1 ' ill 10 I I !l -Totals ?-?."??: ? tala ?M . .. It, bll I v 1 . t 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 z?3 I .I?I -toll ,? ? . i'w.i I; Hoi i . _ - ?' ! * NAPS BREAK ICE BY WINNING GAME After Losing Eight Straight ClfVf land Riddles Cicotte with Base Hits. Cleveland, April tt -Cleveland, tfter ?.?sin-' elghl straight game?, finall) won on? ' n Mil hell held Chi ' I ti. six i itti ? d hit?, and Cleveland .' ?und < '1 ottc for t< n safe di ive , i? ol fur extra b? -? . Th? scor ? wa? i to i. Th? r? ? . iw?: CLEVEM ' ni' A.;- ? , o a? .lolitix-n.1i 10 11 SB. 411 : ? Ix)i :. lb ..4 01 i ? : ; no I , . h 40 0 0 2 00 . r ..401 i 00 .... : ? , 00 I ..;,..-. 1 i 90. Daley, rf te, p 3 0 1 12 i i?a 16 : ?Wood i died i u I . I n u _ u ? .4 . ? ? ? . (Irani ? , ? ? Off l III ??? ? i 'I ? 1:45. i TERRAPINS BUNCH HITS Get Jump on Buffalo Feds ill 4th When Moore Weakens. Baltim ?re, A : ril ! Th? Baltlmoi ? Peda deftated the B heia to* iia\ b a of 4 to Krapp d Moore In th? foui tb Inn mi; a'ter Baltlmon d >i ? d two runa on three bll and ai.? ? th no ow OUt - X ?? - Iowa iiai.VI.m. . abrhi ? ? 1 ! ? - M , ? . . . I ..111 311 1 .1 Zinn, ? ' it ? ? ? ? . I 0 Del intv.lf 4 0 100 . . i 0 ? ... ... i n \\ iih. Im, p 40 1 0 ... ? I ? ? * atoll I IT 4 Il iilns B th. ,..0 11 0 0 s?4 I I 0 0 0 0? las hit?I s. rlfiee bll Sim Mi yot Ii '.? ? ? i ? ,\ llh*lm ? of] Ki ipp ? Uli H) V, ill,, im. . i ^ Moor i.i, Kr !.. i ? I. I n and Croas. A Standing of Clubs in Winter League t um i nn -r?tt* . i min, . i .iii asgtmoM mi? i|iin .nul I .inn? um. kiTinii'?rr I ?In..i. < Wi.n. 1 o.l. J\/ n I :s m ? 7K 7 7 *HH 7 S IM, I n io,. I II .'.'U Baseball Standing in Four Leagues NATIONAL il A?.l'K <.\Mi:s TO-n\Y. I'liilatl?d|ihi,i at \?w \?>rk. Hrtt.kiMi ?u Beetee. Bt, I ?uiU ut rlltsburrh ( In? inim'.i al < lil??r". ?MULTg ok GAMES VB0TSKOAT. N?-w York. Iti Philadelphia. I. ItoMt.it. I: Br?ikl>n. I. Pltlsbersh, .'?. -i. l.???il?. I. < bleege, 1: 1i?< haaell. I? NATIONA1 IK\?.II STANDING. W. I . I-, W. I. I? Pittabarab : i .?;.?> s?-? \ork : s .*?>?? Phils i ? .SS? St. Louis. t ?"> ?S75 Hr.?.kl? n .i * .?(to Ho.ii.it i I .:;(?'< Chicago :? 1 .r.-!l t Im-iniiMli 7 ."> M? amfi.icw ikk.ik OAMBS TO-rAV. Ne? gerb :?t PhBadolplila. Drtrtilt ut st. | ?ni?. H?..1. n tt Mnsliington m.sri rs or OAMES rESTEBBAY. New ^?irk. Ii Philadelphie, :?. Beetee. ': ?aohihaatoa, o. i levelaed, I ( hlrege, I. Detroit. :i; St. I ?no?. I. IMEBII IN 1.1 v??i l -i ANDINO, U.I P? \\. I.. IV. ? blrage 7 : .77s n???i?>ii :t i .Its lii-triiit ?i ! .7*.(i M I ?mi? :t I .S77? N?*? ,..rk i ! mi Phlla : ? .7<:?;t VTashtea l ;; .r.71 11 ?releed i h .tit PEDBKAL LEAGUE OAJgBS TO-DW. Besshlya at PBtsbargh. Buffalo at BattlBMea RESULTS ?n GAMES YESTERDAY. Plttaborgh. <?: Brooklyn, .">. ( hi. ue... 'i ; Kaaaaa < it ?. I? *>i. Loula. :?: Indlaaapalla. S, It.tll im..:.-. I ; HiiM.il... g I EDEfl \l. II \<?l I. STANDINO. \\. i. Pe. U.l. Pc St, Loala 7 i .S75 lacUanapolla 3 *i .-f?"? Baltimore I ! ,Wt Kaaaaa Cllj :'. ."> .S7S lluffalo :i : .??mi ( hlrago :t .-, ..<:.?? Braefclya J :? .ICO Plttabur-rh I ;i MO INTERNATION \l 1 r \<?l I ??AMI s TO-DA1. lie heatN al Net?, ark. l'entres! m -i?*eej I M). Buffalo .it Baltimore. i orunl ? ai Pro* Ideeee, HI -l I r-7 ??! GAMES i ESTERO IT. Newark, |. Barheetee, i. Moatreal, s; Jeraej < ?iy. :i. HiiiIhI... Si Itttltlinore. :t. I'r.it Itlen.-e. IS I Tnrunto, 11. BTANDINO ?n I KAM*. W. i. P.c. ir. i i\. Newark I I? l.llllil Turnnto . 1 I ..'.:;:; ?1er. < it > I i ?tu: Montre al . l I .:t;?:t Huill?n..re ?; I .???7 lluiTaln . . 1 ] ,:i:(.t PMvMeeee - I .SSI Bo? bester o 1 .ooo SEVENTH UNLUCKY^ FOR THE TIP TOPS Pittsburg Feds Fall on Chapelle and Bat Out a Victory. ? Pittsburgh, Apr" '-: - Brooklyn Tip Top i rapidly be? ? a pastime popular m the Fed? . al Lea rue. Bill Bra lie) 'a t? am overcome the early lead of the R re tl afternoon and were booming iloi - oi the high road to victory when ome team ?red tart? the se ind won by s * ore of 6 t?? ... t ea n hold Marl? . ? ? th inning. it allow Marl n ?? - ' i it freely. >'? ir rui htm. The winning counts, how? t together when i the Scott the eighth, a f an ... runs and cl n the vt rdlct. "Cy" aet t!. d to h - ? i aas In hot ' he atoo i rit?ht in and reto? d the scorln - the i Itors. The score foil i PITTSBURGH BRi K IKL, N ? ? Jon-?.. If I ?' 1 I Maul?, cf. J 0 11 ' ?? 12 2 11 ,-. lb 10 1 1 1 Oi D? to 11 4 14 1 Oi Muri ? . 110 Berry, c... 21 2 I 1II? >w?n?, . .. Bara?i p. 40 0 I H i i 0 ? III 1 o 14 2712 1 ?Batted - ? : ? ! ira ' ' ? ? ? I ? Two-1 ire hits? B< ? I.bt. M ?urlon. 1; ? UNION CLUE WENT IN WINTER LEAH Crawls Neare- the Top b? Shutting Ojt Racquet' and Teniis Club. SNAPPY GAWE PLAYED IN LESS THAN HOUI Cleved Base Ruining of John D Saulles Opeis Way to One of the Two Runs. 111 ;' ' ?lu?B?gea? p-tr?fc t Winter Uagaa tli ieas?a v.. C eb ?treagtheaed II . f0 nt' "'"' ' ' ' ! ::"'T*0t ? Tennis Club on tl. Held at see ,t ? rmh " aaata artea ??naatloi | . , a,)i le??t?d onlj ? . .ru'.e| ' ''"""r,t '" " | ' ? ?t?i tea without an erroi - ,h'e ?* mlaplajra omi ?. ?. st. bb* nrj baseman Of the H team, co?t run. Two -l ' - -ess m ntnK of Joliin; to Baullee, ?Uruguay, tallied I other i An"M" ?' v ' ' '??? " lea tew ' l ? ileteat' i it fil . Ra . i and Teni i fourth position Bh< Bold ... 1 i ta? loser ?jreeterday, while i ? . a, mound for th? l'i?n r .! \:i the? . w? in top form, anda a ?tad? ont five hita i?, l?ftei gar? oar/ ens fr? held tb? ttacg tot tetters hitioi until the ?-lath ii l|| na tbca mad the first bit, a r.TT ,-.- one. Tho Union Club's tlr-f i ?;v BMM In tfc second Inning, wbgi WTashlngt?a ?wagg ? id for a i na w* h i than drove i hard grouts lo I i al t?r?t bag* and a Lltcl ' ? RTasMni Bprll Saull? ? t-d lar?? ly for ? I run In the I rtfe innini He singled to I i lut am run Benjamin I ball to rif*h field. Do fl tha ap< ed of a "1 i tad with i pretty . ;. org? L. Wreni ? I tha fleinini honoi ' f.iiri. -n - NKU . " h po a< I' : L .. ? ' 00 4 II - ? ? T ?? ' " <.1 ' | I ? M *-? SKEETERS TASTE DEFEAT Jersey Citv Internatimals Lose Writ Game to Mmtreal. 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