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LEE STARTS BIG
RACE FOR THE TRIBUNE PRIZES Supervisor of Recreation Opens Baseball Tourney at Seward Park. HURLS OUTCURVE OVER PLATE AMID CHEERS Two Thousand Boys Take Part in First Clashes on Various City Playgrounds. Seward Park is the centre of a neigh- j borhood that la evai throbbing with Ufe ? and activity. Thousands pasa to and fro in the narrow thoroughfares during the j busy hours of the day and other thousands gather when night falls to rest and im? bibe the fresh air the open square affords. The park is a haven for the throngs whom fate haa housed in the row upon row of squalid tenements that stretch out in every dlreotlon. It takes some happening of an unusual nature to disturb the even tenor of those who In the&c confined limits live and havo their being. Such an unusual happening v.a? staged last Tuesday afternoon when the Tribune Baseball League opened It* .season in the park. Now, the principal reason for the organization of the Trib ..ne tournament was to get the boys of the crowded sections of the city out of the hot and dirty streets during the summer months. It was especially fitting, there? for?, that the official opening of the race , for the Tribune cups and medals should j be held in such a place as Seward Park. That something out of the ordinary was n the air last Tuesday was clearly evi? denced by the large number of youngst? ra who poured into the park after the schools of the section closed their doors for the day. The centre of attraction wa*? the bulletin board on the playground, where were posted copies of The Tribune telling of the tournament. The pictures of one of the Juvenile team? which makes it? headquarters in Seward I'3rk and of the bag who last year pitched a no-hit gam. were of special Interest to the band about | the board. "Aw, i know dnt guy what The Tribune ??ay? pitched a no-hit game," chlrp?*d one tright-faced lad. "He wn n't bo much, i >? Henry et team what T played In last year didn't do a ting to him. il?- dldnt pitch no no-hit game 'gairust us." This led to other characteristic i-nrn mints from the young ball tossers, until the argument waxed so warm that Mr. Plncus, the playground Instructor, was obliged to take u hand to smooth things over. The attention of the lnde? was presently oivirted from the bulletin board by a big automobile, which came chugging up to the park entrance. The machine con? tained William J. Lee, Supervisor of Rec? reation, who had appeared on the dot of 4 to throw out the first ball and thus start the tournament going in due form. It had been announced that ?'abot Ward, th?i Park Commissioner, would lf( the one to officiate, but at the pro? verbial last minute he found he couldn't be at hand at tho appointed hour and Mr. I?*e consented, not reluctantly, to do the job himself. The boys didn't appear to be disappointed at the change in plann, for a mighty cheer went up when the man whose enthusiasm and energy mail? the carnival possible walked to the pitcher's box. Mr. Lee performed most creditably. He didn't simply toss the ball in the cus? tomary perfunctory manner to the catcher of the Acme A. C, who was waiting for It. He showed he knew something about the finer points of the twirling art. Mr. Lee had a prelimi? nary wind up that made a big hit. He had something els?j la his repertoire, too. and that was an outshoot. No straight l.?all for him. I\irthermore. he could con? trol his curve, and the ball he hurled ?Iropped over the plat? (or a beautiful strike. The recreation supervisor .sprung another innovation by not running away after he had done his little stunt, and this pleased the boys too. Ho remained MOTOR BOAT?. 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SCENE AT OPENING GAME OF THE TRIBUNE BASEBALL ?t^AM^ ti.FSDAY FOR BOYS OF THE CITY AT SEWARD PARK LAST TUESDAY _..,-?n,r*rTV T-fT,?tT?#T'ja?ua? n />---. aaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHiaaaaBai to see the gam? well under way. remark? ing that he hoped there would be some good old-fashioned slugging, for ha didn't llko to watch a pitchers' battle He got his wish for the first man up fot the Rivals, with two strikes and three balls on him, met the next offering of the Acme twlrler squarely on the nos? nnd sent the ball over the fence Into the pavilion to the south of the park. The irame was a see-saw affair throughout, the Rivals Just managing to win In th? ninth by an 8 to 7 score. In all, i?O games were played at the opening of the elimination series, more than 2,000 boys Joining In the fun at th? twenty-seven parks and playgrounds set asid? for the purpose. It would be 1m- i possible to give details of such a vast array of games, but the results of all will be found In another column. Sev? eral games, however, had special feat? ures which deserve mention. On? of these was played in Thomaa Jefferson Park, between th?* Kenyona and All Stars. It took eleven Innings to decide the conflict. In which only two ra were made and which resulted In a victory for the Kenyons by a score of L' to 1. The showing of both teams In? dicates that they will make a strong hid for the championship. Nine shutouts also marked the first games, the teams holding their opponents m oreless being the I>akeruri A. C, Am? sterdam A. ?*.. Essex Juniors, Deerfoots, Imperials, Thorpes, New Era and I i er oes. Two tie games were played, the young Stuyvesants and Superior A. C. battling to B 1 I draw in Seward Park, and the Na'-onias and Waynes taking part in a conflict at Tompkins Suqaro Park. The Lincoln Midgets and the Boy Rangers each made 17 runs, which wa* lhe high score record. The Tribunes, who perhaps thought the name they ?hose fur their team wouhl bring luck, were disappointed. The Lakewoods de foatiBd them in Seward Park by a so.re of 8 to 2. Th? Tribune Leacue hoy?, v. ho had the : rood fortune to he numbered among the ! 3,000 who saw the Giants play Pittsburgh ; last Monday are still thrashing out their experiences, and many amusing in? lelents In connection with the "great day" are Just leaking out. It will be remembered that the New York National League Club officials, in extend? ing their invitation to the boya made one demand--that the lads appear at the Polo Grounds in uniform, as none without ball topes would i?, admitted. Now It BO happens that hundreds of the Tribune \os?jutn hare no ball suits, and when Buch apparel was required for ad? mission to the home i.f the Giants these youngsters were in a quandary. The Se-w ard Park boys, however, reached a happy solution of the problem. They selected a I ccmir.ittee of three to visit the stores of ' the neighborhood, explain their predlca I ?rent to the proprietors and ?f possible, arrange to rent ball suits for the day. The plan worked, and the majority of the shopkeepers consented to let out the suits at a charge of from 20 to ?TO cents ;.l?lece. The next thing was to raise the required fee, Scores accomplished this by ? i tinning errand?, h?l] *'g aged men and *\omen cross ?M ITaJko filled streets of the neighborhood, currying grips for ?arrangers who appeared and by varle?us other similar methods. If scores were successful, however. In their efforts to gather a few pennies, scores of others were not, and the prob? lem was not yet entirely solveel. It then occurred to the committee that they could make one suit do for ttvo boys. They figured tlnat one boy could wear the baseball shirt, and that with almost any pair of short trousers on he would be entltleel to pass the portals of the Polo Grounds. The other boy could don the baseball trousers, and with an old Jersey, gW?aatJ?l or gray shirt he, too, could be eligible. And that's the way hundreds of the wideawake East Side youngsters got the opportunity to shake the paw of John McGraw and pee old ITans Wagner eat 'em up at short. Along this same line there is more good news for The Tribune h? ?rial II hoys. Plans are under way to itive the teams making the best averages each week an opportunity to se? th? Giants in action ag..In a little later in the season. Other treats also are In store for the members of the league, and the pathway leading to the hamlsnme cups and medals is going to be strewn with loads of things to bring joy to young New York. LEXINGTON MEETS FAVOR Strong Demand Is Reported by P. C. K. Company. A steady and in? reusing demand for 1915 Lexington cars Is reporte-d by Part? ridge, Clark & Kerrigan. One of th? many attractive features found In this car is the Moeire multiple exhaust and twin muffler systems, which relieve the motor of all back pressure and Insures maximum power. ? We are delighted with the splendid de? mand f??r the 1SH5 I^cxlngton," says K. S Partridge. 'Our sales prove that there is a laigc market for a good four-cylln?ler car, modestly priced, provided It Is hon? estly built, has ample power and has style a. d beauty. The Lexington meas? ures up to thee? requisite?." WILLIAM I. LEE. Superviso] of Public Playgrounds, throwing out first bail in The Tribune baseball tournanwnt. Scores of Games in the Tribune Baseball League The scores of the games played In The irioui.c- l^as.jiiaii 'iokumuueui ou aaouuay, lueauay ana tV?-anesoay oi last w?*?a were M follow?; 1TRAL 1 MUi BUBEPFI ?LB U UUurun A. C, I yeriur ?aidgei? u. tiaruortl A. >'? U, ??? u; m. ??!-....? ?- '-? ,.o,.i.-, - . .*< "; t>ma..s . , i.<? .-. ?- .->, All ?U i.iM?ioii Juuaura, ?-, ... . ^. toMigau I N1" ?or?? ."; iimwiI.? 9, luuiiK ?autarMsasa i. ?.eii.lal .lun.o.fc .-, ?SWaTO jumo.* ?. li??-"1'? ?a, t nu;nix o, i?*'Mi mats to, Li. ?..u .?; v.ieeiiv>ooa? ?, ?.ttiuon 4; ?, iiuuus k>, ?^ta? ?oou? ., ?Aoaatjaa li. ?jiaitui.is ?. Nixmta jiiuse?? 17, banm-M ?>, Marmina .. biiui.uie c CARMANSVlUaK PLAYOROL NL>, 151ST ST. ANL) A-M.-iitRIlaAM AVE Tuesday, June 16?Hamilton Junior? ft. Car maiutviiie Mldg'ne 6; Spartan Juniois ?, Boy Uiing^r? 6. Wednesday, June 17?Amsterdam A. C. 16, 8t. Catherine? 0; Hoy Rang, rs 17, Tip Top Mld g?'.n It CHELSEA PARK, MTH ST. AND 10T11 AVE. Tuesdar, June M at. ML ?.-.el. Jr.. 4._ Ora nams 1; Young Sloans 3, , oung ?moiea 7. Wednesday, June 17?Hudson* ?, Linral? t; Celtic Junior? ft, Hanover*, :. WEST MTH ST. PLATOBOUKD. Tuesday, /us? 1? Young Oaka i*, peerless ' Midget? 11. Wednesday, June IT?Atlas Midgets li, Mys--, tic Junior? ft, THOMAS JEFFERSON PABX. 114TH ST. I AN1? PLEASANT AVE Tuesday, June 16 Stanleys 10, Pioneer? 6; '? Allwyn Junior? ft, Tigers 1; v. inon.i I, Little Stars ?; Regent? f.. Arlington? V, Kenyoni -. All Stars 1; Rivals 7, Olymptet 3. Wednesday, June 17?Long woods 7; Superiors l- BjMrtaas 4, v\ hit? Eagles 3. 8EWARU PARK. ?ANAL AND JEFFERSON* Rivals I, Acmo 7: EMrldge A. C. 9. Oxford A C, I; ?Sward Stars Midgets 14. gagl Madison 10, Henrv B. B. C. 2; ??lendale A. C. U. Karanac 4; Alliance. Jrs. 9. Star A ? Rldgewood, Jrs. 7, Mohawks ,'. Wedntsday. Jan? 17 Trojan A. C H, Suf? folk A. C. I ; All Star? 7. uwl? 2; Excelsior a. Waiihlngtoiis ,,, l.akewoods 8, Tribunes li ?award Stan 1, Alpina A C l; Man A. C. 7, Rosedale A. C. 1; Norfolk Stai Hamilton Club 12; Hudson? t, Norfolk, Jl (Jregons 3, ?Irrhard A. C. 2; <.'laremonts ft, Hamilton A. C. I; Algonquins 1U Olympia li M?rrima.- A. C. !.. Hamilton A. C. I; Ubart) 1 Forsyth? ?; Decrfoot? li. Renn? ft; Young Iturveaant? 3, Superior A. C, 2; Victors '?? Richmond A. C. 2; Eaftss, Jr?. t>, Athtotica A C, 0; De Witt, Jrs. 10. Clinton club 2. (X)ECMBUS TARK. BAXTER ANl? WORTH STS. Tuesday. June 16-Pearl A. C. 17, West lakes 3; Inwood, Jrs. 7, Roosevelt Boys : JtUM 17-Pearl, Jrs, 1,. Young Irak?s U; Kingston, Jrs. 12, Lincoln Bo DE WITT CLINTON I'UtK, 5ZD ST. AND 11TH AV. Tuesday. June 1?*?-Mohicans II. Mohawk? 7; HeiroM " ST. GABRIELS PARK, WtB ST AND :D WedDaadajr, Jur.- IT - Imperials 4, Row Hi Cub? 0; Overland 2, Coyotes 1: Bt. C.abrlel Midgets 6, P. S 27 Star:- .; Flyaway? I st Bartholomew Boya S. BENNETT riEl.l?. WITH ?T. AND BROAD. WAY. Tuesday. June 16?11111 Tops 7. Feerle.j 4; All Stars 13. Claremont 11. TOMPK1NS BQUaUtB PARK, loTH ST. AND AVENUE A. Monday. June i ? II - sa 7. Karsai Superior 7. Roosevelt 5, M<>hawk A Mercer fl; Redeem, r ?, Bfltereoo Jr? 7 Bra ?'-, Clinton i. Emerald t. Oreea I perlai 9. Loyalties Tuesday, Jut; Hazeiwood? ? 1; ?Soymosri t, less 7; Klchmond 1?>. Mohawk* ?< QrsM 1; Roosevelt It. Nursery 5. 1). xi.?r 18, Bx??elslor 2; Thorpe? 9, Marion I; Itereer 7. ?""lolrnnint 3; Jeffer?on 9, Im? maculate Conception 0. Wednesday, June IT ?Nacoma H. Wayne 9; Thorpe? ft. Lat?]r?tfa 1; H?ro?( !?. Hupartora 0; Imperial? ?, Deer 2; Loya'.tle? 7. Brownie H H. C 4. N?w Era 12, Emeralds 0; Pinkie? 4. Clintons 4: Ilaselwood? A, Fearless 2; beyn.oar? 12. Y^una; Filerais 4; iJrownle A. <". 9 Mohne?; H H. C ". RAstlLTOM PISH PARK. HOUSTON AND PITT STS. Mondar, Jane 16- Bp ai ;?. \niTican A. s m irrlaona 1. Bpsrtsna 8, ? 'had i ... Atlant!? I > Cri' CI? rinonts -. ? ?_?; Cedrlc B. B i Llv J ma 11 pennants Ig Little Rocks 12; Keystone 0, Cora? lli.'k 4. tVlngetea '-'; Avon A. C. If?, Crnw ferda R; Vitrina.? :<. Flmorr Jrs. 2; Prp?.cotta 15, Standards i. ra 8, Lincolns ?1: Sertraii? 8, Wllletts 0; L?-tiix A. C. 16, Younar Kieles I, RIVF?RSIDE PARK, 9?TH ST. Tuesday, June 14?Toevnsend, 4; Ansonla. 4. JOHN JAY PARK. 77TH SIT. AND BUST RIVEH. Tuesday, June 14? LJn.-olns, 3: Triangle Mid? gets, :; Tnrkvllle Cubs. 12; Allendales. 8; Arlon JunW?.. 7: Herbert Club, 4; Cornell A. C, 7; Ioanet Cuba, 6. Wednesday, June 17? Orange A. <"'., 1; Avenue A Hoys, 0; fnknown 7; Peni,.int.?. J; ?Vdrlc Club, C; Simplex, 2; <'arl>ls, 7; ?""ramercy MldKets, 6. JASPF.R OVAU 1STTII ST. AND UUNVaaWT AV. Tuesday, June 16-Hampton Juniors, i: Hill? top Juniors. 6; Pennant A. ?'., 10; Annuncia? tion C. ?'.. 4; Harlem Hectors, 8; All Sainte-, I; Jasper Ovals, 3; Manhattan, 1. SOUTHAMPTON SHOW PLANS Special Train for Exhibitors at Meadow Club on July 11. The opening bench show of the South a'npton Kennel Club will be held at the Meadow Club, Southampton, on Satur? day. July 11. The president of the organ? ization Is Henry O. Trevor; Henry E. Coe is vice-preflldent, Henry D. U'hlt fleld is secretary and Harry Pelham Kohbins is treasurer. Among the patron are Mrs. Hir.ry G. Trevor, Mrs. <;?.'..(hue Livingston, Mrs. Harry Pelham H" lins, Mrs. T. Morris Carnegie. Mrs. P. T. Chambers. Mrs G. Warrington Curtis, Mrs. Sydney S. Br?ese, Mrs. Citarles Bteele, Mrs. Henry Whittield, Mrs. Henry Coe and Mrs. AI vin W. Krech. On the day of the show, a special train will run which will leave the Pennsyl? vania Station at S a. in., ??.lUiieitinK with the Klatbush av. train at Jamaica. The train will leave Jamaica at 8:20; Babylon at 8:40; Hayshore at 8:40. and Isllp at I'M a. m. This train will return immediately after the- show. A liberal reduction has Dax n made for exhibitors who use this train. In ailditi.'ii to Um ribbon prizes in ail cuxssoo, iz^> in gold will be given for tii. beat ?iocr and th<? l^st bitch in every breed Sin??- the pre-mlum lists were issued a number of specials have !>een offeree! They include the president's ?*up for the best in the show, the vice-president's cup for the best of the opposite sex and the irer's cup for the best novice. Tyler Mors.- e.ffers a cup for the best r Mteh of anj bread it hi*? ?-i.isse?; J. 8erge?ant Prie?-, Jr., offers a similar cup for the best dog In his classes, und I. L. Marks offers ?Vl?o in fOH for the best of either sex In bloodhounds. IaiuIs Busta noby offers his prizes to the mastitTs, while Mrs. Bustanoby offers hers for Russian wolfhounds. A Busy Week Ahead for Those in Yachting World Fun Begins Tuesday with Race of Cup Defence Sloops for Indian * Harbor Prizes. This week will be a busy one for yachtsmen who race on Long Island Sound. The fun begins on Tuesday morn? ing, with a special race of the cup de? fence sloops Hesolute, Vanitie and De ; Hanne for prizes offered by the Indian Harbor Yacht ClUb, of Greenwich, Conn. I While it is not certain that the trl-city yacht liennnc'? will he ready, it is hoped j that sh" will h?? at the starting Une off ; Great Captain's Island that morning. So ? much weight has b?*en removed from the spars and the hold of this yacht that It ' is said she now rates lower than the ( otherp, so that she will receive time from both the Resolute and the Vanitie. The I start of Tuesday's race will he off the ? southwest end of Great Captain's Island | at 12:15 o'clock. On Thursday the New York Yacht Club's sixty-seventh annual regatta will be held, starting off Glen Cove at 12 O'clock. The cup defence yachts will again t be the attraction, and the same system of ? course and starting signals will be use?! I as In the former races on the Sound and , off Sandy Hook Twelve other classe-s are provided foi ?n this race, including the "fltUss," the "thlrtiets" and the Sound schooners. In addition to the regular prizes, the Kew York Yacht Club Course Cups will he raced for?on?1 for schooners and one for single mast"?! vi.ss.-ls and y,-iw!;i. Th?1 distinguish!?* numbers of the TB-foot sloops are: III, Defiance; H2, Resolute; H3, Van i tie. Commodore Harold fi. Vand'-rbilt has offered a cup for the Resolut. ?, the Vaiiltie and the Defiance, to race for on Friday and Saturday In tho spring and annual regatta of the S-.iwan haka-?'orinthian Yacht Club, ?iff Oyster Hay. The- "fifties" will race Cor a cup offered by Rear-Commodore Howard C. Smith. The Robert Center Memorial Cap is the prize for the Stamfor?! sehoon.-rs, the Alfred Roosevelt Memorial Cup tor the "thirties" and the Class "Q" Cup for the sloops in that class. The start? ing time each day will be at 12 o'clock. On Saturday the New York Athletic Club's eleventh annuul race of 100 miles to Rlock Island will be started ?iff Whortleberry Island at 11 a. m. The rae?- is open to decked or cabin yacht? In cruising trim of 20 to 30 feet ? line. The time allowance is ten minutes per over, all foot. Yawls and auxiliarle will r?C?iT'fl five per cent additional. The Stamford Yacht Club will hold its races on Saturday. MANTLE OF MURPHY MAY BE MOAKLEY'S _; Cornell Tra?ner Favored to Coach Americans for Next Olympics. WONDERFUL RECORD IN DEVELOPING ATHLETES Made Name for Himself (a His Younger Days as Middle Dis? tance Runner and Walker. Who will be the coach of America a Olympic team at Berlin in Ml to ?u reed th? late Mike Murphy, who died ?n?t ?ar ago thl? month? It Is still near!? two years before the American Olymp.? Commltt?*? will huve to make a aelectlon and whil" the members of this cornmitt..? bavent taken any one Into their < derce, yet the signs all point to . M ikley, of Cornell, as the ch <ley's feat of turning out teams to win every 'cross-country championship, i with two exceptions, since 189?. and uf winning the I. C. A. A. A. A. track and ? fl< Id ?.-hamplonshlp five time? during his fifteen years at Cornell, stamp htm ?a the man beet fitted to wear the mantle of Murphy. -phy himself ?was always a wiser? In the development of athletes, and he u:'.?'??? .?cornized In Moakley a man Who had much of his own int In Judging- ?ml developing men. Shortly boton I inhy. in commei.tuig ? of Moakley. his keer.e-et rival, retnarke?i. with characteristic gen '?->?; a "Yo ; have to give him cre?lit .'? v,-!oj,mg men. W lien he loses on? cr.a n he brings out another to take hla ? With Murphy gone Moakley loomt I as the biuKe-t tiarure in the ?rorld of trick ? and ill-Id B? has many mais, 1 ? tot on?- ?rhO ha?) achleveel I I There aro some promising: men ., ouug?r ooaclMl like Harry Hillman, ?if Dartmouth I rton, <>T I ania, and Steve Parrel!, of Mir. veiio will inn.rove steadily and who inigiit j bo able to handle this Job, but none of | th?.m has ha.l tie experience <if Moak ; I??>', nor could they ommand the den-e the Cornell coach will inspire. , There are several points of rrsemhl. ?/ between Moakley and Murphy. ! Murphy, MoakU-y |g a tlight man phyi '?ally, BOW M years of age, or just two -??run.', r than Murphy was B b? ?lied. Also both come from the vi?*Tht ] ity of Morton, where they made their athletic car Moakley was a middle distance runner , and walker, while Murphy was a ! sprinter. 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