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in Tie When Rain Comes Storm Halts Game Before the Battle Has Been Fought to Finish. ONE RUN LIMIT FOR BOTH SIDES Jack Warhop Docs Not Yield a Hit Until Demmitt Makes Sin= * gle in Seventh Inning. .. The Tribun? | Chicago, June i" - Rain, bail and the ("ni ? ni-o White ?Bos held the Yankees to a tie score h?Te to-day. Bach M?le made one i un. Th.- .?tonn broke Bfter the Yankees had batted in the ninth and the game re- ? verted to the eighth Inning. .Toe Benz, who recentl] pit'hed a no-hit K?me, and Jack Warhop were the oppos? ing twlrlers. Sol a hll was made of Warhop until the seventh Inning, Only for a wonderful "double play by ?'iris,- and ?Schalk in the fourth Inning the Yankees ? would have won, Hhcy had the bssefl filler!, with only one out, when Te? kin- '. paugh smash- d a hot ?-rounder down the | first base line. Hal Chase- niado a fine stop and a fast throw, for? Ing a runner at t'if plate, snd ?Bel alk Whipped ths ball to first in time to get Peckinpaugh. Although the afternoon was dark and ? tlircat?'i>ing. all 100 pel out to greet Frank Chancd the ol? ?leader of the ?*ubs. Ja- k Warhop's underhand curvea showed up large snd seemingly easy ?against the ?lark cloud background, but the White S??\ could nol slow d"iiver> Bent took sdvantagc of the poor batting lighl i-? tura on plenty of speed. Peckinpaugh made a ni? e play in the first Inning, when he backed up M and threw Blackburn's hot (-round, r to first. In the next inning the Yankees lost a chance to ?score through recklessness on the hases, Walsh was safe <>n a fumble ; by Weaver, but immediately tried to steal ( : nd was thrown out. Al tiaker had been thrown out Peckinpaugh ham? mered a double t., centre ?arhich would ? have ?scored Walsh. r-1,7. had lots of speed In the fifth and fanned Williams, Truesdale and Warhop. , I ???'mim*t ?spoiled Warhop's string of hit less Innings i*i the **- venth, when ho smashed out b drive which was too hot; for Truisd.'.v t?? handle. in the eighth, sdale and War hop fanned, Mais? i dn w - '?alls and i d. Hartz? ils single to right brought Malsel home. With little : time -remaining ?Chicago tied th? score. \ single by Chase, Bodie's sacrifice and Al- \ cocks Single swept away the lead of thi Yankees. The ?-cor?- follows: RBW YORK A. U ' ' HICAOO A i.. ahrh ]"*? a? SbrB l-o so .Mais'l. 3b. S 1 0 - ' ?. We.?" ? 1 'J 1 , Jlarticll. rf 4 ? 1 1 0? Blackburn,2b 30 0 1 "" ???v?k. cf... !?? ' ? *l Pemmltt, IfSOl I "" HaUh, it.. 3o l ?*, rt.. I "?j - oo . 2 1 1 10 1 ? ... >*??*?*< Wtll'mi lb IS* - .- h-i?. .....;: i? " ...SOI 0 02 ?;. m, i? .... 3 0 0 * 4 0 . _ . _ . ._. I Totals....?M IBMUl| Toula.9 13 M l- i Sem York .o o I o o o 1 i?1 ? hi'-an" .'J 0 B U 0 0 0 1 1 T?-?-baee hit?Peckltapaugh Bacri * hits? Nonamak? r. 1 ?? * U ? ? M. i-: . Left ?. Cbtcaso, .' lin M en ? cnx. i Hit by pitcher - By M Warhop. .. Tima i "" di i.' - "? HOIST THE PENNANT, THEN DROP A GAME New ark Champions Lose to Skeeters After They Raise the Flag. Newark raised me International League ? hainpionsinii ?pennant yesterdsy after? noon at WeMenraayer*B Park, that city, but the team didn't play very much like a championship aggregation. The Indians ???.??re beaten by tiie Ekaetera, ."? to 4. when they should have had the game on ice. Mayor Jacob iiaugsliiig was the big man in the pennant raising ceremonies. The gonfalon was ?handed to him at tha home plate by ('! arles H. Ebbet a. Jr., president of ?Um < lub, and the city's chief ixi'iitive carried it to the flag pole In ?entre field. He was accompanied by tiie member? ol both team?, and when lie fastened the ?peiui inl lo the halyards tin- , ; u. pulling it to t?o lop. There a owd; musl was on lap at were gayly dec ?? <i. Bal irta? oit vkiou runs in the openii g . the India - ro Strait c with a triple ai ?i VU hei ? loaed with a ? . an en. . choice be? ing sand\vuh?il in. TooW-y puiiid up lame with an attach of charley horse and h;? . ami llechlnger waa inl on the knee with a foil ? . ? ,i del?) until h ? was patched u Krafi and "film Si wark, the lattei a o a ?.lopped throw the nftb, ? In? ?: to ? ' -"I Oil .' ? iblg steal, ga*. i ? fourth i un, while Newark tallied in the blxth on four hits. Two other men were thrown oui at the plate. The Indiana tied in ths eighth on an si HecMnger, a : ?? ? - ond ughi ba< i ?' the ninth, ; nd srltl ? ?gams i ? tWO "H a gut in II ' the ninth, bui ton*.-1.. ? i? the ni t , im Th?- Boom ?i;i-HhV ? ' al, r - - I i, Ib.. % ? ' ? e, l I 4 I tV-ll?, ?...211 ? 4 II i. I ?* 0 luc-i ?ii*. ie l l.'./iiuiifi p II I Ml i n i? 2 - ?? o o I o '. 8 I I B '? o I 'i I <i I . 4 || I I..,, ., . Husks - -jais. I Plays Two Years Without a Defeat Won ?-?1er, Mass., June 6.?Worcester ?catlrruy. In heal ins < BsMag \eademy '?? a -core of 9 i., 1 to-da?, ?nUbed it? ?ecou,i aeSSSa without a liefe?! and ?von Ml thirl? ?eionil ?(might vi?-liir.T. The i, .... h.i, nnt been beulen alnre Ma? '.*>, I'll.', gnin?-- Ihr..neb luvt ?far ?in.I thin rear aalthoul b>?.in?j a same. Thin i? ? record nerer equalled by any preparatory ?< liool bnarball club. LEHIGH CAPTURES SERIES Defeats Lafayette Nine in De? ciding Game by Close Score. [By Telegraph to The Tribune. 1 i h liethlehem. 1'enn.. June ?;. -T?e hlgh won from Lafayette to-day by a m ore of 1 to 3, the deciding prune of the m rus of three. I.tfayette had nine DSsa left on the paths and l-ehiah two. The pitching honors were about even, al Oetrard wan the steadier. Kearney'i two-lose drive, ?i ha?e on balls and the stownoSfl of fJsHttd and Troxel in fielding hunt-; l.ehigh scored two runs In the .second Inning. Four solid singles in a row- ?gave Lafaystts her two runs In the sixth. PIRATES PUT END TO LOSING STREAK Heavy Batting of Kelly Aids Pittsburgh in Rout? ing Phillies. Philadelphia, June 6.?After losing ten guinea and tleing one in their laut eleven ilttaUurgh to-day developed a batting ntreak ait'J defeated Philadelphia hy a score of ? to I. The Pirates knocked Marshall off the rubber in the seventh Inning, the latu-f's sutnssor, Oeschger, putting an end to the -?lugging. Kelly's stick work won the game for Pitt?=burgh. In his lirst four times at bat he made a homo run, a tripltj and two (?Ingles, scoring two runs himself and driv? ing In two more. Adama was bit hard, but tightened up ? with runners on the base.-.. Ilagee ecci pt ed fourteen out of fifteen chanca at short? stop, Wagner again failed to gel s lit. The ?-core follows I-ITTijHlU'.H N. I.. , I'UM.AI'KI.I'HIA N.I. at-r hi'O"? ahr li po a e Kelly, cf.. 5 2 4 I en Bynu, 2b.. 4o o i 2 1 If. 3 0 1 u 0 1 Meeker, If.. SB 1 t 0 0 Uowrey.Sb ?0 1 ? 21 l.obert. St.. 4 1 2 4 20 ' "U'ugner,*.- 4 0 0 2:1 Mage?. ???.. 4 0 1 7 II ' Kunchv.lb 40 2 11 00Cra\ath. rt 3 1 2 T 20 Vlox, 2b... 4 'J 2 1 2 0 Uu.lerus, lb 4M ( 10 M:trh-ll rf 4 1 2 ?I 0" l-ank.-rt, cf t 0 1 1 0 1 Glbeou. '4 1 2 I 2 (? Killlfer. c. 10 I 6 10 Adama, p. 41 0 0 10 Man-hall, p 10 0 0 10 ? ?aschger, p 10 0 0 oo I "Itce-l. I 0 0 0 00 Totu!i>..3? r. 14 2710 2 Total*....84 2 10 27 IS 2 ?Batted for Oeschger In nintl. lrning I PltUta-rgh .0 ft 2 0 1 0 2 0 M?S 1 1 hlliadel-jhia. .0 1 0 1 O ?" ?J O 0-2 Two-base hit?Xsastchr. t h re??, bane hit? Honte run* Kelly, Cravsth. Hit.? - ..,. )*.* In ?il ."! Innings; off Oes? hs-rr. ** In 2 2 '1 lnnirif- Batrtfl <? hit Mar-diall. . imte Mit? ),.-II Pouhla playi .Vaguer, \\Utx and Koaetcby; Mo-arey, Qlbwm an-', k?, I iiit.-h?- irnvnth and l:?me; Lottert, Magfir ai;.! '.'??.in-. i.eft en bn-i-M Ptttabsrsh, v ? ' Lliia. 9, First bans on halla -Off . Adams, W; ?,ff Marshall, i Fir?t basa on er r<r? Pittsburgh. 2; Philadelphia. I. struck out By Ad?n.?, .':. hj Marahall, I i??- oe-n.-h bell Killlfer. Tim?- I.B7, i_; n- -, ? ?. h and B* roa, REDS END THEIR SLIDE Hobl?tzell Enables Them to Overwhelm Braves. Uostun J me ??. With the Iih.-ps full in the eighth Inning here to-day and two o'it, Hr.blity.e-ll s tWO-fcagger -?ent three men home and enahled Cincinnati to defeat ?Boston by s score of 6 to 4. ThJ Braves took the lead in the aer*. ond Inning, when a single and three , double? nt counted lot two run?* and - i singling*? retirement ? f ter the ti.n d OUt. Nlehofl i home run tied the .?core In : . fourth. The score follows . INCINKA1 I. BOSTON ahI h po S4 alirh pu ?ta Ifo ?! 4 114 1'? - IBB 2 II - ? 120 Msr*n*-Ule,sa ' '?? ' ?? ?i i 4? Murray, if . 200 ? no - ? i I ? i '> Con noil), If : ii o oo Hoi, aell.ib 4 ?. ? ii i i ?;ni, rt rf i\\ x el I lilrr. If. 4 0 0 ?I O" M? linil.lt. II?. Ill tl 11 I . , . ? ?I 4 ?, ,| 4 1 ?I V K ?. ' Mill 11'. I .".I- 4.1 I I 4 0 i '?'? I Mat el 4 3 ;, no ?> Incline, i. " ' " "? ' i *? 12 l 2 0 I?, iglaea |. l "? I '" la , I "'I I I 1 |jh <-ii|,?? i, II. ? 1 ?. ?> 0 ., I.,, ?1 I 'I X : ' " To ., ? foul .??? -i toi Tingling In ih? ?hud t!;uti.,i t.,t Uoagtasa in the eJahtta luning Batted f"i Tylu hi '?>? Sightli Irininf. I M I I I I I H I . 0 2 ?I I 10 10 0-4 flit? ' . ? ? | Hen** HeMlttetl, i. ., Mann < Tylei Tl ret ???.-. Nil It? ? in,.,i- runs ?? I oil Hllbert llltr, orr Ylngllng < I" two Inning* '?'* Itouala RJ .," I ? , ? . ,|, ,? ? I le I ?? ,, til Ina?: !?" i '-"'?i InnlngS; "ti tauen ? ? h n "t '.- ? '? ? h-? i> e i?. i.-.ii 1. f on bsaei ?il .: r..,?i,,n ? in.? imms ma t*iH? ? .-i ? ingling, i ?.if i",.inn. ? .,n le-?, ? ail, 1 ?Roa i lili t.? . ? ? Il| . . - I- ,1. an J liait. EXETER SWAMPS ANDOVE New Hampshire School Nil Whitewashes Rivals. 7 to 0. Andorer. Haas., Jane ?.?The Phllll Kxeter Academy nine swam|-ed Phillii An,i?.-..-r under a " to 0 Kt-or? on Rrottn ?Field this ..ft-r* '?mi. ? '! lyton \\ ? - ing the hum.- team down :?? la-o while Kxeter made eleven hiti Swett and Butterfleld. T) ?? formel pite ?six innings, during which ?xeter ma? all except two ?if its runs, Kxeter played :i Perfect fie, ding gam while the three errors of ahortstop Kl ney were tiie onlv ones made by Andovi ; and did not flpure toward ths loss of tl gam?-. The BOOTS: B3CETER ANDO po a? ,r M irtli , rf. 42 1 I '"? Bnell, Peiei - ."? ?1 1 x I ? \i its i ; Keel. lb.. 41 i II i ? Karl? ! ? ? ?Tasar, lf..4i o : 0 a, sh-whan, e.. 401 n ; i 1'er-v. If.. i o i o 0 I m irr? Hutch'n.-b 4 12 2 10 Hagi i lb... "?colt, "t... i ?i 2 i ?"0 Klnney, as.. 400 -' : ' fi'Cnn'r.cf M 1 I. Bwetti p, rf : ?? I l 1 Raroebe.ef II o 1 00 ButterfleltLp . ? ? Oampb'l.i-f 00 0 o o i ?* T-ake. cf.. 0ft ft 0 0?! Well*?, p. XX 1 o 11 . Mulgley.. 1 ?? I ?i 11 1 Totals...4B7 11 21 ni a "Total Bxatei. l . . 2 ?i " Andover. 01.10 . Two-bos* hil Hutehli eon Martin, il? - "ft* Bwett, : In >i\ Inning ' r.rf Hiitierfiel.1. 4 m three Innltuca. lu arrora -Exeter, 1 1..-ii on ? 1 AnSever, g Stolen base? Hul blnson, : ?'?? t>e\, Sett, sacriti. e lilt -Ain.-i. t-'irst bai -on balls-liv Streit !; by lbitteril? 1 1. 1. 1 "Welle??. ? Struck out-I!y Bweet, .'?; by Hi tee-Sold, *: by Welles, y PB*-sed baii?-?"bi.i matt, I wild pitch?Swett. Time SUM in ? p?rea?.?*taffor?l and l?arr?. RED SOX WIN LONG GAMI Error by Hartford Defeats Nap in Fourteenth Inning. Cleveland. June >;- The ?Boston Re? ? f*ox won h fourteen-innlns game to-ds: ! from the Napa after a brilliant pitchlm ?lu?! between Ray <*o||ln<. and Hill Steer i who replaced A liankin Johnson an? I Willie Mitchell, respe? tlvi ly Tl ! w."s 1 t?? 3. Ti e score folios i BOSTON v I... 1 CU5VELAXD A V Al. r I? (,o a ?- .M> 1 h 1 ?. .? ? ' Hooper, if ?-'?> I I I I !..?Ibol 1 pf. 4 1 1 '.1 i?*hir. rf.. 10 1 1 i" Bit-roan.,? f 1 ?? ?? 1 0 Hen ?n.n.rf rt'1 1 1 1? 0 I.--II? ell, IbOO 0 1 ?? Eng .. if. ?1 r. .1 n '? ?i Hartiord.M SI 3 I ? Boot I - - lit* ' Irani 1 If, SOI M ?r r, 1 1 % i> n Ja k'n.rf.ct 10 1 2 I I? ?ris, 1 f.. :" o 3 " ' ' ? ... ?. 1 ?: 1 .lan?rin.ib 7?) I I 0? Johneton.lb ** " 1 12 0 ('ardn'r,*>*> ; I 0 2? \v.I. lb rf .*! ?> 1 1 4 t *.*rk*n. *:t. .*. 0 ? rt :: ?> "Torner, th IB 1 1 i Cady, ? f . ?'? 1 1 ?? 11? " S'elll. ? . t. 1 ! ?". ! Carriisati e ?"i <? 1 <? I Mln hell, n I ?? 1 ft 1 Johnaoa, p - ft 1 <> 00 Hteen, ? . !0 0 0 2 Collins, 1 4 ?i ft t v ?1 Total? '?" 1 1" 42 14 I Touli " 1 42*0 Boston . . 0 ?_? 1 1.? ?. i? 1 Cleveland. 0 ?? 0 1 '? I D I ? ?.? ' Two-bar*) hits Scot I . IT Kell I. Mitchell I Hartford, Breakei PacTlfl ? hite?Heot, Tf-t-ket, gpeakei s.i. rib->? flies?Jacki-on R< ? steif-n ?baaea?Seoti Ora ney l)?u. rerkei 1-. Jan 1 ? In l?i inej to fHeon I 1 Johnson. 7 In 4 ' .'; Innlnga; afl Mitchell, 7 Ir Ul-S tuning-, ofl In 0 1-1 mtiir;?:.<; ofl [ Steene, I in I 2-S Innings, Pint ta?- on '?-in* Mit,-tel!, ;:, otT Johneon, !; .?fr stecn. 2. ?Btraek ?-m Ry Mitchell, :. b) ("olllna, 4. by i .lohn?,,r.. 1. by "*t*-.n, 3 IjstX on I , ? I land, I; ?Boston, 11 Time :: 10 1 n ? ? "hill and Sheridan RACING ON GRAVESEND BAY Atlantic Y. C. Has Good Breeze for First Day's Sailing. 1 Championship raring started on Cli >?? - end Baj yeaterdaj sfternoon undei ihe illrectii.ii 1.1 the Atlsntic Yacht ?'lub. The br?ese eras frettfi fron* the aouthw? ? vrhich enabled the regatta coi mitte?* lo la? out a K""d course for the ?ail"-? ...ft thai gave th? m 1 1.? from Hi?** 'starting lin? lo Buo* No, . s nm in I'.ni Hamilton ? ? om haul reach t>> Henoon it ,it-i and ,1 tmat ba? I? to tic Atlantic Club Th.- course '-?a?? Muled once, and Ihe winner u*ai i Btuari Ulachton's \lr sinla. tl?*t beat Pater ?V. Itouss's I ? rot tirnt placo by i sdnute ?? *wcon?*ls. Pittsburgh Feds Win an Errorless Game ptttshurgli, .Inne :.. The Pittsburgh Keds ?? "i. .n. i-i 1 ?u leas, hartl-h l from Baltimore to-d ? ? bj ? ? ??i ? <>! I to 2 The home ? ?-.1 m hll Qiilnn 1 in His seventh end eighth Innings, llebel duke? hit .1 i.i.iiii run. The ??? "?? i.- Innings foil? II. H. H Pittsburgh .o t ?. ' -v Haltiinon i ?i ?? i .M : 11 ?? Rsttsrie* Knettei and Uerryj Quimi , and Ja .Miloch. Hoisting Mainsail of the Vanitie, and Her Skipper THESE ROADS STAND UM Michigan County Believes Con crete Has Solved Problem. Tii* building of wncrete roadi will b in fun activity again In Wayne Count] Mtclu, by May 10. win n ."?00 uien will b put nt work ?rradintT, roll in* nnd surfa?* lag th* msln roads outside of Detroit ?Bonds of the value of tr.l.???? are to b? ?oi,i before summer t.i provide the addi tionai funds required. There are now more than eighty mile: of coocrste roads in the county, and ihi commissioners propose to spend nearl> *0"0,<)i.?*i this year in extending the system The flrst of these roads was bellt, it VMS. Although the method of constru?.' tion was inferor to -?resent method-, and this road carries an average trafile of more than 2.000 vehli les a day, Including more than 1,400 louring cars, -il* automo? bile runabouts, 65 ?motor trucks and lt? double teams, representatives of the United Si.it-!.' ,,nic,. of i'ublk* Koads and the .Michigan .State Highway Department say that there has not been a quarter o? an inch wear of the surface sime it was built. The average cost of the concrete reads ha? been about. il B) per square yard. everything Included. ?Borne have been built at $101 a s'iuare yard complete. As compared with these prices, brick, asphalt and cri-iisoted wood block in Detroit ar?' costing from 13 IS to $?' 75 and up per ytv.l. No Flukes Mar Victory Vanitie over Resolute I iirlii-iird from ?sags I Ing exceeded the limit. Tiie BeSOlUte led hy \2 ?seconds, When l?"th ?gol clear of the jam of motor boats the Vanities was tarsi] oui on the weather quarter of the 11? rresbofl ? acht. ti-., y had only a light mc from the - northeast to work In snd both had sheets trimmed pretty flat. Pour minutes sfter ' ? n th. Besolut?'a Jib wsa s.-t. She v.. then the leader by shout four fi .... after the \ anltie i?? tan to ?,vi rhaul her. By 1 ?-'-"> Dennis had placed the Vaniti?* ?alongside her rival to windward, and in four more minutes she had forereaehed enough to pass the Itosolute. K?seping lier oft ?across the Bristol boat's bow ?hi soon had a commanding lead. Passing Qreal ? sptain'a island at 1:42 the Vanities id by fully half ? dozen lengths an,! cstchlng the first of a northerly ?br?ese eetnlng oui of Oreenwlch ?harbor she slowly l**a****eaaed her advan At 1:4 up went tin- Vanltie's bal? loon jib topsail. ?Down cams bei |lb and staysail. The Besohlte'a ballooner went up a minute after the Vanltie's, her Jib coming down at the samo time. Six minutes later both Jibed to star? board They were now almost abeam of tho first mark?the red buoy off Green? wich Point, and both now loaded for It. The bronze sloop ntru<*l* a "soft spot'' a lew minutes later, and the Resolute over? hauled her B few lengths, but Dennis got a new br?ese just as big rival ?vas be? calmed. At 2:t>, In caine tue Vanities ballooner and 1?- seconda later she luffed .-lose around the mark, the craw trimming iheets down flat on the starboard tack and setting the small jib topsail in .'.".' seconds. Th. times taken at the mark won Vanitie, 2*t*f:*g? Desolute. 2:11*01, Thi ShOWB that the Vanities Was the lead?. by ":tft elapsed ?time. She ?bad surei shown marked improvement in hor wor in light weather. The wind hacked to the southwest soo after the yachts began their four and quarte** mil.- leg of ?vimlward work. Xin mlnutel after rounding the mark the cap tain of the Halifax steamer Stephan bound asst, sheered off to the southwan t.? keep clear of the Vanitie, but ?'aptaii I '?1,111?. not likim; the chance of stoppini Um ystcht'B headway by taking he rollers head on, put her about to port foi two ?minutas, taking them abeam, thei "down ?behind" and let her come back t< the ?.Ort tack. The Vanitie ?vas then one-eiKhth of ? mile ofl the r.cs.?lute's weather bow. Hei men ?hanged JJIbtopsallfl tn one minute, ?settiuB i larger sail Both yschts tacked to starboard al 2:38:35, and for twenty? three minutes they worked slowly over tOWSTd Centre ISlSttd. Then the Vanitie went about to port, followed by the HerreMioff boat thirty seconds later. At I"**** the Vanitie made, her last lack for th.* mark and the Resolute seven minutes later. They roundel the buoy as folio??*: Vanitie. I'M'M; Resolute. '!:4"?:00. Tlteir elapsed time shows that in this windward work the Vanitie led by 6 min? utes 1*. seconds and that the Kesolute's gain was 2 minutes 7A seconds. In ?ame the Vanities Jihtopuail three minutes after the turn. Dennis sent up a small readier, but Adams held on to ills small one. All hands were lying flat on deck to windward on tiie Vanitie as ulie came across the Sound on her third leg of four and five-eighths miles to the hume mark (Patraonabe Point buoy). Buffaloes Harvest Runs on the Tiv Tovs' Errors Three Circuit Drives Afford Only Excitement in Game Marked by Listless Playing. Three thousand spectators, one of the largest crowds of the season, saw the Brooklyn Tip Tops go ?lown to defeat before the Buffaloes at Washington Park rdaj afternoon. The score was 9 to i and marked the ?in.*?! appearance of the Tn? Tope on theii home grounds un? til .lui;. I, when th? meel the same team Th.- fans !? ft th. -rroai Is with B bad lasts In their mouths, for not aion* -i?i th,- home players lose, bul the gam., aras ?m a plane with tbe doings ,.t Bbbeta Field wher? ib* .- ?] Chicago ? ni,- m? i i : - it mentioned In passing thai the Tip Tops mad. most of the ? rrora spilled. ai Bhaw and st. v* Kvsna are Intent upon starting an exclusive ?tub to be kh'>'.?n as ?the "Right i *"" i ? ? l ? l Wartet Busters.'' in order is be peepossd foi liiillibership oil* liMl?-t pole the bull over ths aui'ii? inetiii,,iied ?barrier In b regular ? i .me In th. . ightb intiing both ii?.in- i'iii-i over ihe starboard side i in at around the bases with ralli awai h. Ilsnfnrd si m ??u b ?bom? I III-, hill Ills S SS I" th. pie- .?.'Il ? ? . I ?!? II Rtiasel i i.?<i. abo turned down his rith < luuc ?, ?uii? in Um ??o*. fur the Buffaloes. He was an enigma fo( the most part. In the fourth inning hi wai nicked for four hits and two runs ??iiiic in the eighth he ?had the question able pleasure ?>t seeing two of ins spitteri riding ?graceful!) o'er the right Held wall Ford favoi ; bard ?batting, but of cours? would prefer the m.mlics of his owr team to do the lion's share, If Byron llouck anticipated any soft going in the Federal I.cague he know! better by this time. The erstwhile metn her ?>f the Athletics ?vas humped around n rough fashioh and after seven Inningi he drifted ?behind tin* horison and Chap? pell? ??.ok his place, Chappelle ??a.? treated roughl*? too, and tin?-, tuns were gathered off his <b liver* . A btillijiit cat'b of Young, the rifht field? t of the \lsiiois. of a Inn- drive off the bat of ?ShaW in the first inning was the feature of the mini?. The ?-core foil??', "TALO f i BROOK I fN I I. I tl !??> A . |- li |.n a e i - ? ?mj ir " >? i ?? ?' Shi.? . r .. i t i ?? i ?1- II. I ?'II II ? .\l\el ... II, ?> M " 1 l> I?.II.tell. ? 1 ..-, I |-:m?|.k. |f..... 2 I I Ml i?., if? , ? " ?' Murphjr, rf 1 I II ig, rl " i " llofman, :c . o i I 2 X i ..?i., f, i- i a l i u.KUi/ii. n> i? i : si Hmltl ' (lasnli r, m. ?? o *i 11 lllaalr. I . ?i 1 l|Owi i...... I) A 2 2 I v?o'. p 31 h., .. h i ?-.?uii 1'hupj.ell.-, p il?) ? I 9 In, ,.,.. II 0 I? ft ?> ,ip,u ?m a oo I..- .:- ??! III T..I..I- i I ??'oopei i..-? -l o.? II..ii.-i? in eevetith Inning IHoll i-.Hi.,! te? i happe! le m mi.iti Innlttej iiiifTit.i Stein o ?? i 1 '? It II n o '.' ii o 0 . ?' I , i ? , , .. , iff lieu 'i hop Ih-IIi I -i. ii, I ,, it ii- lien | |m i-hit). , ii hi.,.? Il.iiii.- i un? Il u.fi.i .1. - ' .,. ? ? ? i ? ? ? t: ... .hi in, ,in \ mma Stolen i. - . ? Imlih ? ? I ?? i' ? mi) i nw m ? pla) ? <iiii,i,i' i. ii,.i.nun .m . m ?oun| uni . Many, Meredith Equals a Track Recor I'hiljdelphia. June fi.? Teil Meredll at the I XMrmatAy ad renma-rlvanis. *"? hold? the uorld'? record fur Hie ha mile run. e()ualle,l Ihr Anerlrsn reeo of litlfs for IH>4) ysnl?. made by M. 1 ?hrpparil in IBIS, here toda.? Meredith ???? emi-nil i-i ?.evera! rac ?I the -tann.il sport? of the Art ??au?' M ??i.il HenefH A?-01 ?ut?on. Ile in.*d for rei-ortl al S'il) .vards and UW .? sriK b failed. SENATORS AGAIN GRAB FIRST PLAC Score Runs Necessary Defeat St. Louis Browns in Second Inning. St. LOOiS, June?. WsShlngtOU went It fir.st plai - to-?lay hj aVinalag from Louis'. Tiie score was S to U. The ?mit. minie all l'ieir runs in the second inni ! through a combination of hits aial erro st. Louis tallied tire In the metm? bvneMng hitd and saether ?n the thii when C. Walke-* tripled and StWCd on will pitch. Roy .Mitchell, -a'.io relieved T.;*-lor the ?second Inning, pitched a woiid.it' ?game. Two o( the four hits off him we of the Bcratcb variety. The score folio.?. V."ASIlI\i? l"i?N A. I. ST, UQUIS V I I ? 11 ?. I'll I Un^ii?-. rf. 4 ?'?> ? 10 Bhotten, ef. ' o i ; ( Konter, lb.. 4 X | _ ?i lie Ht.i o : Milan, cf.. 4 o i | n . r;-ai!. ! ,40111 (tandil, II 100 1 >"? '..?vtiin * -i* o ?)0 0 ( ShxnkN. If. t ll 4 et.? ni ft 0 ( Morir?n, b*lj 4 il\C.Walker If 4 I .". ? ?1 M. i'.ii ??..- --lift 2 :: ?> l.?-a ? lb... i I 1 11 1 \ Wnfin-,c 1 11 ?! 1 ?? War?, a*.., 4?". 1 1 Henry, . 1 00 0 1 << \i:?ie??. e... 411 (4 Johtt-a-a, i- 11.1 ?i . ?, Tayltar. p ???u? ? fl Mi?.. ? , It? ' f> I 1 >> 0 0 0 T?tala.. .V, *.,'.. ?.i i Total*.WtSttlS WsShlBSlllll. ?) .". a I I ?1 ? il fi St, Ixjuia. v : I o t> o. Ta t 'i ?..., itesgaa BSanfc ?. Mm non Tbree-b&ee lit.-- Johnaon, v. w i U r. ?b ?Off Tartar, 4 in 1 tonina fnona out In su ond.; o(t Mil? hell. 4 In s inniir- Mu I Bee hi - M?llei si??:. ?. boms Bhotten. ?'. Walkei l.efl on ha?-?? U'ii?hlnaton, f; St. I .nui?. ? first bine ,->n hull?- *>ff Taylor, I: ??ft JoS-atatts 1 HU b? i>lt?-t'?is- IH Jonn.,1 iQmt Will . IB by Mitchell iMor-rat ? ?'?? ?'. t; b?- Mitchell, V Pans.-?! txtii -Will Mini?. WlM pitch?JohlMen Im; ir-??-'>' bough Ii.. a- : mid : it h I l i, ??*??, SHAMROCK IV SAILS FAST IN A TRIAL ChallcTTgcr, However. Has Still t( Face its First Test in Real Race. Porihiuouth, Bag.. Jun? '?.?The Sham rook IV, with which Sir Thomas U?.?tot hopes to lift the American Cup, was on In a fairly etlff breeze to-day, and stoo? up better than any of her critics hat anticipated. i Neither the challenger nor the earliet i ?Shamrock" carried tup-ails, and nothing in I the nature of real racing wan attempted. Whenever the two rechts were on the I sattM course, however, tin- chatyeoger had I little trouble in outfootiiiK the tria' boat. -e ' ! PELL WINS TENNIS TITLE New Yorker Is Old Dominion Champion?Beats Thornton. Kichmond, Va. June I.?T. U. Fell, of New York, to-day w?>t. the ehsmptonsfctp o( the ??id ?Dominion Lawn Tennis As? sociation! carrying with it the lier mltage cup, v. hen he defeated the title holder, Dr. Nat Thornton, of Atlanta. I ??4, 6?2, 6?1. In the WOtBen'a singles Kiss Marie Hajiner. cf New York, defeated Mr?. ! Connie Sullivan, of liiehmond, 6?2, 6?3. Beala Wright of Boston, and Miss Clara Osasell, of New York, defeated Wyila (?rant, Of New V.?rk, and MlaS Disaheth Moore, of New York, for the championship in the mixed doubles, I - I, ! 4?6, ?; i. ? ARCHER BREAKS HIS RIGHT ELBOW Cubs Lose Star Catcher and Game with the Su perbas, Too. The hardest ?MOW Ig a set ?es of ;,<<). dents whieh has dodged the Chicago cub? this season was suffered when Jimmy Archer, rated bv many us the beat catch? er In the National League, broke hi? right elbow in tho game apainst the Brook I-.n Sttpi-rbas at Kbiiets Kit-Id yesterday a*. t Brno SB. Archer will be out of the game lor s long time to come, and l.st night there was grave doubt expressed by th.. men.! ers of the team of his being able to -ret Into ha****S*SB again this season. The ai-eldent occurred in the BSSeath Inning. .lake Daubsrt struck out on a wil?! i itch and raced down to Brat bes srhlle Hummel scotred. Tn?- bail bsundeai off the grandstand and rolled pifo I Brooklyn players' bench. At? hat *?? ? it .n mad pursuit of the ball and. un? able to clieck his speed, plung-l BOW , the ste|"?. hs he fell his ami ?'rumple up under him. Us ??Struck his head BgSlnst tie inner uf the bench and writ? knocked completely out. Tho Brooklyn players lifted his* up an I revlvd him With some difficulty I!. ?carried t<> the dressing room, and ToxM Nasdhsm, Um fsmous ''Deerfooi the remainder of the game. Brooklyn won the name by a -tore o? T to "I. It might bette !>? ?-..'..1 that ?'M CSgO refused to win, and the-.- \? , othi-r way out for the Superb..i It ??.-?. merely a return of the *BS*Sftssles whk? I'.il.inson's met. foned on the \\ i,.d ? bo\s in the lcrld affair on Friday, lied Corrtdon sn<l Bill Sweeney wore nla of ? eiemonict?. and the? were i iSSl sense of the w??rd. There is a lioord of ?.trategy OS Hi * Cubs, of whi?*h 0>"Day, Bissstabsii a I Keedsmm are BBassben Bill Bwes ?? Heinle Zlmmermaa are tue a-atklag <u''- - gates? Th*-y walk sil over inc I afield, o l'.-iir.i* advice to the pitchers and nial.n ; helpful BUgvsstlaaa t.. umptrsa Ni-edham ?glVSB pi<*U'i"e BheWS ? - show;* less t'.ian kin?*s up. The ?lourd ?I strategy will I?* investigi.te I so ne tin lo-.la? for losing feSBSB*BB""'fl gain.. DaubSTt then struck out on a wild pit- I . ??Iii.-li resulted in the in.iuty t'? ArohOI Hummel scored from second sad Dalteti reached third. Daubert was sui on the rule. Which ?a? s in effect that a batSSM ? is out on a dropped third -^triki; if mm an- on flrst und s.- ..tul. or BVSt -???on?l ' and third ?rith one ..ut or non" on?. Seed ham entered the pa me to cat'-h for thu t'ubs. Brooklyn went out In the leed in the Brat ilium.*, when Wheat, orltb Jake Dau? bert on lir.-t. hit to the ceutic ibid ' for a horn" nui. In the n< m frame Bill Sweeney hit tu the ?score ?board, and ? order to justify the tradition of luck in odd numbers. I ?Hubert drove t IB ball Si . the right field fence for fout BSSSS in tbj third inning. There were triples, too. 1 the fourth Inning, with thro? on I I I.arry Cheney cleaned up by rolling one . to the left field fence, gohulte's thre* bagger was non-productiv?>. lie opened th.- eighth frame with hi? drhe, but Bra left strandej. The score folIo?vs PKi'OKI.YV V U i CHICAOO S l. al? rhpi.? ?? uui Iinttnn. cf.. Ill I ??' Jottnaton, < f J ?"* -'? o X I'.nr.-ii 11? ::. i i. 0 o ;*-fl.-i. tee o '"? amiih. lb... 110 111 ?ioo.l, rf.4 ?? i 1 "?? Wheat, If. .413 4?i?l s? 1er. Ib.... *?'? 1 Cutt-haw, It? I?* SSO glm't-aaa. to ton < ? Steiiu.-l. rf. 4i?? .'0" Schulte. If SOI i.'Mai-.i. ai. 4 I : iit Sweet**"**, -I, 4 2 2 3 2 I M??"artv. c. 4 01 1111 Cortiden, ?a * : l I I .-iit.hixnti. |, ?.?** aid Archer. c.Sll i 1 -i ?Hummel... 110 Ort? Neelham. < 1 t) rt 1 I ?? lt. in ach, i .I I X CTneaer. p.. 3 ?' | "\\ tlltnin?,.. 1 00 t 0? Total?..",. ;*).;'?. Totals.Si J??4 u . ?Batted f..r Alt-hieon in sevrnt'i il tBatted i.?r JaSaeoa In ?unth mania*. .' for ?'li.-ncy In ninth Inning. , Brookl-ra .*! o i 6 B ? 4 B \ I ? ti.aK" .o 1 S '?', ?? 1 ?> " B Left on baaee?i"hi?-agn. t;: Hroo?,l?n. 4. Three-ba?e hit? -Schult?-. ?Iiene? He*ni Bweeae*r! liaiilen tfiatal Bacrtfl e hi? John?t?-in. Kir? ',,?.- ,c, . rr,.r? 'hb-i Hio..kl>n. 1. Bteles t,??s S^ii-r. *>*? Smith Double pu? MeCart) and ?? " J-"ir.-' ht'e ,,n ?balie on Altt-Masa. *? o>8 i: I 1: lit 'Vn. v. 2. Sun k OUI Bjf U eon, ?"? bv R. up ... ii. i i .h,n. ?? ?. h pitcher -It;.- LI eie v .!?:.!?.?r ,. \\", .] i.? alson I lliei | S. Hita ?I h in 7 Innings; off Keull . ,. i - : Time 2 IS, t mi 1res ? ,?? You're Out! Not a Copy of The New York Tribune's WoritTTour Book Will Be Lef 1 If You SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1914. The Only Book of Its Kind in Print. tumis THIS COUPON and One from the Daily Tribune ?? 25 CENTS presented at the Tribune Office, will entitle bearer to one World Tour Baseball Book, containing 300 Pictures. Add 10 cent? if to he sent by mail. THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE TE& WORLD TOUR DEPT.