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Yankees Lose in Boston ** Giants. SuDerbas and
Tip lops Idle J> College BasebA LEONARD A PUZZLE TO THE YANKEES Red Sox Pitcher Allows Only Three Hits and Scores a Shut-Out. KEATING WEAKENS IN THE EIGHTH INNING Holden Fails to Produce Bingle in Ninth. When All the Bases Are Crowded. ?p.? Telegrspli Is Th- Trll Boatos, M.-i? I The Tanheea received their second shut-out of th? ?-?tie-. :?t th? hands of the Red Sea here ?oda? LsOtH atd> Una pitching baffled chence's men and Hosten won b? a score of 3 to ?t The left-hander struck out e!ev?n men and a!lo?v ,1 <-:'? three hits KeatinR plt,-he?l almost as well for the Visitors m 'he early staces of the same. ? weakened badly In the eighth Inning, when Hosten made all It? runs. Uncertain auppott helped to upset the hip ?pitbull ? when ?he attack crew hot hit was ma.ie by any Boston bat? ter until the sixth tr.nin?.-, when Hooper gOUl led :i 'life to riKht tie-Id after two rren hail hren retired Rain fell through? out tht rnme. Ii Bton has now- avenced Itself upen the Tankees, for when the Red Sox visited N, u York Chance's men held them run less in the two pames which were played The Tanheea h;??e not made a run sin?-?; Chance resumed his duties as manacer hut tiie Peerles? leader sa>s that the ? ce- ?trike will not be prolor.fted fui tt-'? If he can help It. Neither Bide had an?- goor\ opportunities to SCOTS Until ?he elphth, when the Ke.l gl v b inched h't? and the Yankees ?on.-ird did not use a great deal of -;.<o! It th?- m?n who faced h m ta I ?hat the) had never seen e mon erful curve bell His control, ? nil? his one weakneas, was cood. for i- : tset onlj u?o men Ray Keatinj? di- ? n with his spitbsll In the nningi nee th? Tanheea had to re ' eme In the first Innli ? _ ,>f.| he ?? on bella and Hartzel] ?? M him to second eith a neat mcriflce up the th': - Wien Walsh hit to ?:ard t.e-r th? He.ston infielder tried to trap Ifelsel off BSeond, bul the Yankee slid end Walsh wsa siso tsf? at tirst il.irr? w ' ??? could i ol fathom the sweeping shoots of Leonerd and fenn?rd. Holden was oui on an sasy ? ! (C the pitcher i 'nrri- begat ? ? - t; e eiphth ?sitl tlni entre and Leonard bunt ?'i up the tirst base lire. C I I thing ? ti.e s,-?, rlflce Engle ' it t si???? bound, r to Maise! and beat It out, hut though the thtr?! baseman had no chance for a plaj he Ihres .lust th. same. Hit ?er? ??lid and Cerrican t honie, ??hile Kn?le went to sefOnd. Hooper gOl I scratch bit to Williams and Kngle went te? third. Bpet Iteg'l - gl? to centre scored th? runner from third, after |?evv is had Bl< ?? OUI ' lai brought Hooper a? oes tht plate with the third run b) tmaahlns a hard ?irive into The ifenkee? not s bit of s rsllj In the irlnl I A ft? t i: ? - - - - for K? atlng, had faun' o Mala? out a ? ? -.-!?. Leonard threw out Hartzeil lia tel went t" aecond. Walsh walk.?] Riled the base-, b? ..'?it....? eld tap The beaet were loaded and opportunitj ? ? ."n? d Bill )ii,:,i' i Hi ? ?i Ihe third ? Th.- score followi i.o-TON a. i. > Km rottx A I. ni, r h i", a ? abrh po a? ' Si? 'ti... 411K? 1 1, MaUei, 3b... 3"" I II Houi.er. ri? 41- 0 0 (? llartzell. H IS1 1 "I cf 4 01 2 no Walsh. If . 1 t 1 - on Lawta. If., toi i it VVIIllama, lb tell! 10 3i, 4 0 1 o ii Holdan, ? f . 4" 'i :< it Verges .t,.. JO" l 11 Bweenev. I . 3 ?J 0 4 10 Jan? rln s? |tt 1 !" P'klnp'sh M 3 'i o 1 to ?'artigan, c I l 1 n . o Tiueada ? 1 K< ..ni,.- i tS 1 :t I Rey no i ;.I 11 :-. ST.:-! ,,?? v ?BattSd f..r K-atinr In the nit.tl, Inning Boatoi I SB I .' Is 11 Sa? rh .? " . ??"???? Ven k. . Uoaton I bella?Off Keatlm i/',n ,?, ?neis Ne?? Y.tk I. II ? ? Keatlns. 4: b U T ' s* '? ?' ' ' ?-,-1 TIGERS WIN UPHILL GAME Contest Replete with Stolen Bases and Errors. May ?' Detroit played m< eg hill game hen io-day, and by heevj hit lefested ? "hi< sgo M I T' e ??,m.. ?\.,^ replete ??i'h stoi?-,, ? r, rs The \vi ti los took a four-run leed In :r ? Aral on two hits, two errort on balls, ;. s.? ? i:i.,. n? and tv?o double steals. Tin- vialtort to i. even advantage of ihi ei ron bj ths h,,ine team, end ??? bunching hitt over* !? "k Chicago's lead Chicago u-'il tiire-- pitchers, but each all hard The ??e? to im?? DEI li'U r a !.. CHfCAOO S I. ab r 1 ?1, r h pe ? e ? i s ;? i i ??n.mm. ,-r. 4 .? i : i o m ?. ,1). l i : :; 3 i ? It ? ?? aaa, Ib 4 o i ? i o : ? Ulna .-f 11 1 1 St - ??? 111 S II < .m nl-r. If 3 11:11 M. rity.Sl, :. 0 1 I 1 . nia,kl,m lb I ? ? ! i Kuhn. ... ii n n o " " !>i.? p .... tat i i " i ,, i,,. ... ,, WoirgHng. p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ? 100 1,,., ? - ? ??.? HiaiTlT! in -he seventh Innlns . .'in In ih,- n.nih Inning I .???? ? th inning i. 10 0 3 10 ??10 4 ?? n o o o i i : ? leball ? .. rbrae-baaa htti Crawford vv>? I u ? !-l .. \t\ci tnillllK? " t?toien haiea?AK-o Weavei Merlan _ - ,. ' l :?!??, i ? ? ? ,: nlei ..n i | ? ? i il,t t>> i ? ? - Peaas -? ill ,??.-? I ? ISI New England League Results. (foi r? lied i"n. hours, ?. Lowell, I w or! est? i vs !???? Iston 11 .? . - . ?. Poi tlsnd 11 aln). American Association Results. Kin-?? i'lt? 7; Indianapol ? I M:.?v. (,'le?e'.i- u I; Pi Faul 1 Minn? I ; 12; Co : BUT A GOLF CLUB IS SOMETHING ELSE INDIANS IN THIRD STRAIGHT DEFEAT Rochester Drives Two Pitchers from Box and Hammers a Third. ? B] Talasrai I Ho- hester, Ma? ?. Bee! eatei ms?i? it three stralghl here this afternoon, win? ning n free and sas? gsine from Nee irfc by ;? s? ?ire? of el to ' Ths boms t**.?n? knocked tv??> pitcher? oui "f i he boi - ha n mei ed B? II Kns -taitee! In tO twni foi th? Hmtil ?'ions, but wns relieved ;?t the end of the first Inning Brttton reeelvad similar treatment In th?- third, uno the crowd ????nt wild. Newark ^. ? - It? Brat run in th?? fifth. when W Zimmerman doubled to righi He ueit le? itiirel. and e-ame- hem? on S BBcrtflce fly In th? tinal session the champions braced and mad? ? da , at< SffOli 10 tie With eme eint, the next Hire? batten singled aM Myers 'ame home on ?t hit bj Gets The ne?l nr.-in struck ?-??it. Tod-? ??.??? the only Indian to hil the- rail hsrd The scot?? '?<?' "ws ri r<-*Ha**r*Tf"fl ' -1 ' al i Ir ;?" I I nbr i M? -Mll'n ?? -l i a T? Mow? ?a !?? ! to Mpencer, rf i 2 : 1 <i f> T? ? . :< i i ? ? . f :i - l : i)0 I'olllm -f ? "" i o i. rn??i ft $S 1 ? ZtlMyer? I nil?? s, hulu Sfa IS S 1 - ? ?-? i i n o i : v. I'lpp, lb t ? < ; I ?Vllllanr.? r 4 1 1 ? 10 Ile et nll.p : 0 ? ft i I l.rittein, r l. iBell, P Tntal? . 77? ?7 11 ?* '? "1 ?-' 7 .1 IS ? tar..... : 1 71 1. Newark. | I I I I I H I?I P?tenlas ree-oid ??rf Entmann, ' tim??? at bai 7' runs, ? ?lieved ?sttei Innlna) afl Brltton t ? 1(1 ofl t:. .:. 13 llBKM a' I It, .1 ' ' ? .'. i ?.n i lu Smith i ? i., he rail - ? ? u.-? m?-.?? 1*1 lest ' l?1 ? I ir -' i UM a? nil, .. ?.P. Brltton, t; on ir.- . i t; by Urii. ? ? , -??n Tim* I i ' M_ KEEN INTEREST IN KENTUCKY DERBY Old Rosebud Favorite in Turf Classic- Notables Gather at Churchill Downs. Louisville, fels* x Hanj notaM?M in turf dreien of the United State? are a*\Ii ered m LoulavUle to witnaai tiie for11, th annual Kentuch) l'eih? ai one and ?.?.?? luarter miles, which win he rus to-mor? row afternoon at Churchill I>?iwns. Irrt, lest In the la? e tin? ' r th.en ev ?r. With $!?'??? 'In- pui ?e this ) ? ? Mi h ap| I ? Si? ll ' v.? 01 a!.on; *.;??"? U> th? ? ner. Out Of f? i ' v -.???ven eliKibles ihe.e .u?- ten boras? which their iwm - ? ? : a ? ? < e-i tain to start ?'- three other? a \\\rh n The favorite is Old Boael il C. Al'I'lec, ? ? . Of LoulS**lllS, Whlcn will carrj i i pounds end la quoted .?: 7 to i Ivan Qardner, owned b) C B. Wlh ? * ? ?'. teg vv-i^ht. due to Winning thi? ? Palmetto Derby Amoni other entrle? favored In the betting SI -? owned bv Knv Bgencs. Of M prtalni owned by R F Carman, ??f Se.: u .i Belloc, on ned b? lames Mae ManiM, the California turfmai Among tire doubtful starters .ire \ | Ufl Belraoat's Tnornhlll, stake and r.i?, i-wrr-d b) Thonia?? V Kvan of NV? Torh, a ml w. Qsrsi | BH? kis) Tri-State Leagur Results. Trenton. I. Reading I six innings, rum ? ? a Ha?rhall. Polo C.i'Ji'l?. to J?), 3 P M ?? -? B****.*"a- ?. <1 ? t LEON AMES INVINCIBLE Red Pitcher Scores Shut-Out in Game with Cardinals. St Lottie May l?Leon Ames ?vas In? vincible this afternoon when men were v it hin BCOring dlstan?-e. while his team iratea hit ?Inner opportunely, ?Cincinnati vlnnlnjj from Pt I.ouls by a score of ? to 0. In the fourth inning, with Hohlilzel en Prst beae HerSOg ?lit over Macees heail for a home run In th? next innins. aftet tivo ?ve.e .?? :t. M'ran sinKb-rl and -cored from ftr-T on ?Jroh's single. The ? or, follows O.NVINNATI N. I, ST i/U |fl V I, ah t h ? ab r h \.n * e Moran, rf Ut ! Il H usai n? n ' I I i 11 Ott* .1. ISI 4 ?n Ma???. ,f 401 3 Ou Rutea ? f -, -m I It itiiiiei .?? too | 11 ?: iraai ? if ? o i i I u i Miller, ih 4 oo * : o llob'gall.lb Util 111 Wilson, rf ?oo i 10 Herios, es 4M t tl f'rulae, If ISI ! in Nlahoff, 3?, 4 im ' z I Bi i?i ... i o i f. io 4 0 0 X 1 0 u?, k. Ib .. I oo ? t 0 ? - p.... S tl I I S iirln?r, p .10 0 10 0 ?VV 11,go 100 0 00 l'ual. p 0 0 0 0 10 Tot?i?... 141 % :t i. : ratai? 3104:7132 ?liane* fn- i;rm?r In tfth inning ??in,-itii,a'i ?i n n .' 1 n B B n 3 Si i.ou ?> e? n n n n o n n?n *???? hit? -Ci-atse Homa run Herses i .?liner. I In T innings, nff Desk, i. i ?? in '-' Innlnsi Ftolen base? Mas** M,i7.,g Uaraan?, Hoblltsell i.?ft en baaa? .-: Loula 7 Cincinnati, .'.. Kir?! bas? on ? , ln*l |, Stniek ??'it ?; vu. - : Orlnei -' Doah 1 Tinv : i : r ,,'.'? and Besan RAIN SPOILS BALL GAME Clash Between Columbia and Cornell Nines Called Off. Kain talked the Columbia and ?"orneii baaetall i,in?-s yeeterdsy and rauaad the postponement of the came which was to have been pisyed on BOUttl I-VI'l It ?vas the second time Within :i ?veek that the asme tes ms have been forced to pul off a K?me Th? Cornell team playa Princeton at Princeton to-day, ami Hsrry deber, graduate man?K?-r of athletics ?t Colum? bia, endeavored t?? have the Itbacsna atay iv.-r f,.i game eith Columbia on Mon ?';,?. .a teleoram askm" the desired per? mission ??.?s sent 10 ItltSCS |'0?t haste h .' the Cornell manager, but ta late hour leal nicht i,., ?-r!? had been receiv.-d Virginia League Results. Richmond, a: Portsmouth i. Pet? ? ?i .re ' Roanoke I Newport New? ?? No-folk iraim Baseball Standings and Results in Four Leagues National League. DAUBS to day. R.i.Iiii? nt Net? *?ork. Hn,i.l.l.n at I'hllaelelphia ' hie Bga at 1*1?r-Lur-rI? ? inrlnnall at St l.nni?. itiM it? ?n BAHaT?, IMfgBBSt. ? In? ?email. ?< r St. I.?ill?. 0. Ifo.ton ?? Sen ???I? rain?. Hi. "i.l.n ra. rhiladrlnliia inllii' I hie aco ??. ril!?bnr?h train KATIOKAI LfCAOCR ItaVJIDUfO. u i r? w. i re fHtatMWgh IS - ?SS$ I in? innali ? 10 174 Bro.'kl-n ? '? SlS'St. I ?ui* ? I :i :l*-1 ??1,11a ? I Sit Chiras? ? IS rSIS Ne?? ?urk 7 I *?3? B<??loii 3 IS ,tSI Federal League. e. VMKS TODAY. (Ininkl'n at < hl???;o. Kuffaln at Kan?a? (II?. Baltimore al Inelianapnli? PHtsaasgh ?t it Ueete, Rr-tllS OF QAJSRg YKSTERBAY Buflalo, A; kan??? 111). *.. M I oui?. ; r I'll??? irth 6. Rrookhn ?? ( hie ago irain Ralllnmre t*. ladlanapoli? iraini PI DI- KAI. I.K\(itK MTAMIIMj. W I- Te. **,. I. Pc. Ralllmnre It 4 "?.?.I Ineilanap ? ? t JOS ??I l.nni? II ? tOtl Huff?In 7 a 4,i? Bmukl-n . 7 H .V?*? kan??? I It? It 1? 400 I hi? a?? . 10 t '. 71 I'ltt.l'iirfh 5 IS ??4 American League. r, ?afBS TO-H.lv. New li ?irk r?l lln?l?iD. riiiliielelphia at \1 a-lonc'?hi Detroit at ( hi? a?". St. I.?ill? al < letelanei. RIM IT?. Ol OaJSaTg YI"?Tr.l<D\Y. Baataa, li Bra i..rk. a Detroit, I?. 4 hl???o. ?. I? a.loii|ti,,M. re. riiilaelrlphla. A. aMBnCA? i.i.k.i i: HAKDDfO. ?T. I.. IV. ST. I . Pr. Iletri.it II h 71? New , nrk * ? JSS M L?ale II ? ..-?79 llo.inn 7 ? ,4.(*. Phlla II 7 ..Ml.; ( hi, ??" ft || ItS ITaahtaa I ? ?.'?t ( ie,einnd .-. it .tsi International League. OAMKS TO DM. Newark ?I Ko? he ?ter. .1er??.. (It, j" Montreal I'rin iilen. e at I oreinle? Italtlniore at Buffalo Rl?ti.T? ot BAJOS IBBIBBDAY. Re?? he?ler. ?; Newark. ?. Inrunto. I| Pro? Irlen? e, 4. Ilaltimore. I; Buffalo. ? INTERNA I ION Al. STAND1NO. ? I- T? Bf, I.. Pe Ro,-he?ler S 4 .69.* .1er?*.? City t * Wo Hiltimnre 11 | ?<,: Rnffaln I ? :i?7 Toronto ? ?I .371 Montreal 4 t .3:1.1 Newark 7 6 .3.11 Pro? id?n? e 4 ? 30S Athletics and Senators Battle to Ten Inning Tie Former Use Three Pitchers and Latter Four in Game Marked by Heavy Hitting. Washington, May ? The Athletli and Kenatots battled for ?en Innings to-dey to a I to 9 tie m s game marked h? heavy hitting ar.ii errat;,? fielding The Athlet;, | ?ve.l thiee piti'hrr? a r>?l tiie Senator? fo?ir In an attempt to stop the s<e>rin? I'lank Btsrted fOI tht Vtsti ?us, but retir? d al the i nd ol the Bflh tiaoie after the hemr? "am had score,I tour runs .in a triple, two Single? and B Wild pitch Pennock i>it?he,i t"i three Innlnga, and then fir f wa\ !?? Bush aftel three more runs had been a<*ored. Bush ?vas in tine form and alloue.1 on1? on- h;t In tWo Inning? Philadelphia pounded Walter Johnsoi hard, getting seven hu? .?ff hia di In three Innlnga A triple ?,1a- ',? Henr? and Qandll, who the beset full, In the ninth, the tecond on the home field this week, prevented Phila? delphia from winning. The acora folios t I'HII.A , A L. IWaSHINOTON, a. L. al, l II ;? ' a ? ' ; ?? a ? rf ?i 3 3 I " 0 ?VCOeU. ,f . ,) 0 1 ?, i) nidrina ir eI : 3 11 Willlama rf i i o o oi Collins, !b 10 i 3 ? i riedeon, rl IBB 1 SI ltak?i Rj .".1 1 'i If Foatei II III .' '.'1 M< Innia lb so |" ?l Milan ? ' ' o i o o i Il. f. I* I ! It Usn-Ill. lb 4 . 1 U :0 Orr, ?a i o o i i i Henrr. ?? I ?? I I K??i.f. *?.. t I : t 0 ' Bhank?, If ill I "0 I_pp, e... Il t s to Mori - I I : 4 o M;.Ilk p :. I ', ?! Ilr Id? ?- ? : ?.| rea III I II Hush, p II I I Oi Johns? n p 2 i o o o 1 ?Btrhans "" I " "0 Kugel, p.... o o 0 o OO Hhaa p ISS S SS I tSmlth . ill I M Bli ?' ? :? N i. ? ill Uli ?nanea for Ayr*? In fif'h Inning tUatted foi Plank in ?l\?h Innln? PI lladelphla I I I a I S I S t?1 Waahlnfton I I I S t 1 i I icneaa , Two-baa? hit? Melnnla, Murphj Oa II Tbree-bsae hits?Murphy, Kopf, Morgan Home run Bhank? Hit? Off Plank '? In '? Innlnsa; off Penn Innlnsa, n,?tie oui In ninth; orr iiush. i In -' innings, ofl ? ?? I Inn? lnsa; off lohnaon 7 In .i Innlnsa; ??ir : ? ick; .?it Sha?? non? il. : innlns la - Mllai , ; ,, ,1 i ;?,,..???? I ? . ,,i? pUy (Ian hi Tripla j,!a? ll?nr? to - . Hem y. Lei ? i ?hlnston, ;. Piral baaa m ?-? . I: off A -??n ? ri Kns? ' ' I' - ??? i Waahinston, ? HI? ' pitcher o? |*| ink iM Hi- I?) ? ? Ru?h ,-, i . )-. pi m ??? ', i.? -ill ?'.V I Wild Tim??? ?l"ll? ?P'l I ?s -. ? ?i TWOMBLY FRACTURES LEG Lehigh Left Fielder Injured in Game with Pittsburgh Nine. South Bethlehem, Pens . Ms* I "Rabe" Twombly, Lehlgh's fasl left fleldei ntf? f??i?-ii .. cracked ,-i fractured bone in the left lee bolos the knee In th?- i,..-. si game here to-ehr ??itii thS I Bivei Pittsburgh. Ti.e accident occurred when Twombly, whose home is at Medford, Blasa, bumped into <**?? in sb "d i.ehigh plaj ? da ? t end e on b) a ?, ,,i- ,,t : to ?' Eastern Association Results. All fo ,i gan-.-v (???I ?,,,r,. ,| , rain. SEA TRIALS FOR RESOLUTE Cup Defender Candidate to Make a Trip to Newport. Bristol, R I . Ma? ?I The Reaol its, - the candidates for the defancs of the America's "'lip. will ro t?i Newport -to-morrow for her first open nee triais. Tim? far the sloop'i cruising hsi I. i to Bristol harbor and tin- neigh? p ? t of N rett Bay, ?he DOS w II! SSI tOSi - ? '"ii?hei ?\:tt. ? m Inlty of Brsnton'a Beef Lightship. li k expected that She Will remain at ? , . .... v, eral days defiaWiTready to take the dip Miss Clark to Stand on Deck While Christening Cup De? fender Candidate. Bath Me. ata- I T1 ? cradle for the - ip defem ? ?e was rom? i le'ed to-day, and to-morrow .?he ?in be allowed to slide down the ways to ths WBtei ? ?-litre, v?. 1 ?re -he wUI ' ?? leid 'I-ill! released mi Monday afternoon for her plunge into the Kennebe?- River In-ertaintv a? to the metho?l of Christ snlns "he yacht was nettlad '"-'la', when annoillii e?l that t I .-|i"rr?eir. Miss ta ?'lark, of Philadelphia, would .41.-1 not on a teiiiiiorarv launchlns stage \< there i? a prabablllty thai the will ?lip aharply ?hen relrasi mn the osan for the opona i aril! he wfeguardsd as much sa possible sgslnsl t is splaab she will he scram? ranted by her father. K. Waiter Clark, tress i er of the eyndlrats A ?teel mainniaat. Ill' feet long ?m! ? f'ii tv -fool tofrtnaal ol rill be Itepped as MOB as th? Deh.iii ? ?ai-.e* trie wa'er Holy Cross Lifts Tufts's Scalp. ?Tor ? Mi ; afaea Ma] I --Mo ? defeated I fta ?t tassball thta afUi-noon - are 'f : '. : 'n ? ?li)?n'iour of rain The -jani-? was stoppe?! .luring Hol-. naif of tie SOVOBth on SCraunl "f dai knees State League Results. U'iikes-hair* lyra tss, 3 Albair . i; Elmira, 4 Trov. I. Binshamion : i ? , | mton '? Tip-Tops Put House in 1 Order for Their OpeniM Even the Grass Will Be New When Park Opens on Monday. i TOM SEATON RESTING FOR MOUND DUTY Giants Believe They Can Hit Their Stride if Rain Only Lets Up. Ill MM tt?M)i> BHOI V When the Tlp-Tspe begin their home tesson on Monda?, they will reoep.e the fans In -v hat will be practically a brand new baseball park The big grandstand is of concrete and steel construction, ex? cept the roof am! the seats, of which there are between lO.Ot? and stsMsX Kven the siass on the playing fiel?) \g brand II' w A force of about 6?yi men was busy yes? terday putting the finishing; touches on the pew park. The stand is nearly three quarters roofed, ami * small armv of rtVBten Is driving home the last bolts that will hold the big- structure In place. The grand stan?! is of ths most mod? ern tvpe, with broad BOOCrOtO runways lea.ling up to the various tiers. Tiie dla- , mon.l hxs been sodded and rolled ?intll H looks like the green baize of a billiard table Only the outfield, perhaps, will not be in perfect readiness for the spike? of the players on Monday The bre>ad stretch has been seeded and the young grass ?-hows green above the earth, but it Is tender, and, unless the OPSSing da? be dry. Is likely to prOVS treacherous under toot In fact, .?id Washington Park is now In '"Tip-Top" con-iltlon. Tom Seaton. pitching star of the Tip Tops, has been allowed to rest in prepaia tlon for the opening: day. but for that matter the entire club has not been in action for a week on aceount of the weather. Lewis Pounds, president of the Horouarh of Brooklyn, SlSO Is resting in order to be in gooel con'lltlon when the time come? to throw oui te first ball. Mr. Pounds denied ?estonlay a report that he would make the opening toss with a ,-i'le arm motion copied from Jack War hop. Me declares that although he has been hi politics many years he do*? noth? ing underhand. Bhennon's Od Regiment Bend win piav before the game, which will begin at 1:11 o'clock. A delegation from Philadelphia plans to attend in order to make a gift to Danny Murphy, once of the athletics. Murphy has been unable to learn the nature of the gift, but he feels certain that it must be a travelling bag, as be already owns three He says that he never has received a pieseni at any baseball park except a travelling bag. and he ?loes not see why any break should be made In the custom. The s?iires of the Stiperbas, the Van hees and the ?liants ??111 be ported at Washington Peril The Pittsburgh Federals ?111 be pitted agalnal th.- Tip Tops, end in all pr>?b KnetSSr, ?WCe a member of the Superbas. sill be in the box for the -. isitors. The i liants, the Superbas and th> Tip Tope ??eie ail forced into idleness yester? day by the miS McGraW WSS particu? larly dissppointed by the postponement. -?? he believes that bit team bas hit its batting Bttide at uist lieorge Stall? ions however, dlel not seem any more plessed than the leader of the ?liants, but pleasing St.tilings i-i just about the hard? . -;t task imaginable this ?eason Milton St",-k. of the ?liants, who started both at tiie bat and In the Held. he!ped I i sttlng average this week. In eleven tripa i" 'lie plate h? has made six hits. The faden! League *as decided to use < deader bail In ord<tr to decree se batt.ng The desired resell might be achieved nui'h ni"ie ?-urelv b\ CaptUrfh| Walter .Johnson an-! ?"ri riot y Mathew?-?. . outlawr? ?*( The parests ?-.f Thomp?on p, th? 8k?eteri, probably ej'a ?of ?~** lhat he ??/**< ??l becom? ? ?.jlT* Pr,*T??MU baseball pier when they cal' I Cecil. Ja'-k Oraney ha? a bull t-srtaa I.arry a.s ma????t for t?-? ? ;,?, * Larry may be a sooei ?jog, bas ^ fl ??ot his best trick soomt to b? eleael." Rube Braten, Of the r-?d?. i, L j up as Nap Rucker's ri**al for ti> ??' b'-st lefth?n?l?i ; it bar in th? ?j League. The Ihres teams which hav? ' l far-gJ of ;<"r9. Caldwell this year have a ba'tlnf tt>J Buffeds Bunch Hits in the Eighth Inrr? Kan??.? City, Mr,. May * ^j?, bunched hit? In the elgh'h \r.n\m, aided by tw?> bane? on hal? ?coral, run.?, e|ef?ating the Packers by ( i of 8 to 6 Kansas City put up t fielding game The score f?>llows. korWAUh TWO. Ka\?as rgn i abrhrx-a? ,, v*? Hur. ford rf 5 : 1 2 0 * i '?i? ?> -r, |f .,*" Aul" lb . I : I a 10 Oilmora, rf ||,j Louden, ??220 \ 20 K?n? thy Ib ?li ! Schlafly, ib a 1 2 7 l l ?to?? ib i?[I Honriln. rf 110 J 0 0 Perrtr.f }b ?i|, r?elhanty.!f *. 0 .! 1 0 0 Potta -f ii. ho.n.v. lb ? 0 1 : I* Tappan ?. ??' n air, a... loooio y.?t 41|| Allan, r. .?00 7 20 H?nnlr(. p jj? lla'i.er, p. 1 00 9 1 ? ?l?rn?n ,f7j ??.nun? ,., '.0 1 0 0" S-on?. p ??j, Moran, p 2 0 0 0 0 1 Total?. .12 17*77111 To'a ? &l?; ?Ratted fer Hauaer fei ???.? ??f., ? natted for Henning In the ? . Buffalo .2 0 1 ; ? 4 1 ,, Kan?a? e'lty.1 ) '? 7 I 4 j ? Stolen b?????Kenworihi /?.;.- ^ llanfor' HacrMe? hita- '.a,-;-..- Honur*. ' jan. .? gi?r Sacrifie? fil?? S ? rally, [ala Two-base hit ' i ? 1- urn? '???Na?? Easter I ? Pou>iep?i> \ ?- ? -? r any. r? ei to S- h.aflj to Agier ? ? I H.-j Hau?er. 4 In 4 Inning?, o*?- Herrn:-? 7 :? 1 ?m? Stru * oui Bj Hium aon h> Henning. 3 Ha a* a on ball? - ?TT- Hawa off Henning. 4, off Mora ? ? .? ten lance e?V) t'mplre? -Bu?h ?r.'. Mist?? St-. Louis Feds Turn and Defeat Pittsbu,' ?t Imuta, May ? - Th? >t \joml Turned on Pitt?tiurgl I and defeated the taiienderi in 7 to I St LouiS ?cored fi.-e rmr? In thi a ri'-hln<* five hits with an em? Tii.-- m ore fell rs - ?T I.oi'IS FEDS PITTSHt'Re?B? abr : ibtir Brtdwell.?? I! 3 1 3'?Sa?a?? Boucher.?) 1* 7 1 id Hoi -- ?;: - f 1 1 :? 1 0 0 1 ?, ? ?V aVIer.cf : o 0 3 0 0 1 ? III l-rake. If.. i 1 I ? ? ? Br? - r?. ell Il M 1er 'h ti ; 12 - '?' rf 111 st a 2 s au -??i? .?? . 10 ? 7 . ? -? ?11 p 4 1 1 * .?i im? - ?II ?Mee recala 31 7 u n H o ?It.itred for Di?-k?on II ?Ishll -| .:? . li Mll| Ptttsbursfe . ?'! * I ' Two-baa? hit? B ?-*? well, Konimer? Home run? r.oi p.>sK> BacrlBo? kit? Laali U Do . plaj - Hr-.l- ?II Ma ?? - . .t ?ii 1 Holly i > i ?? ? ? ? :.??i . I? !.??> ? aini Lennon w Miller. Hli h> - I' j iHlmonl. Ba??? on n?! ? 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