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Cubs Flay the Giants
and Braves Draw Out
Jim Vaughn Costs New
York Another Game, the
Habit Being Strong.
MARQUARD ALSO THE
VICTIM OF HABIT
; Chicago Thrives on His Curves
j in One Inning?Archer Makes
a Circus Catch.
t
n? irrvwoot? nnoi v
When Jim Vaughn was a Yankee he
j cost New- York many game*. Al?
though now a Cub the habit lingers.
Through hia altogether masterly pitch?
ing Chicago defeated the Giants yes?
terday bv a t>c?>re of (1 to 0, and the
Brave*, who won from the Piratas, now
lead the National League by four full
. games.
A man may travel from Thiladclphia
to Boston or ?rice versa in about tight
hours.
Much may be done with a left arm
if only the owner will devote himself
to it as Jim Vaughn has done. Once
upon a tune Jim was a fireman on a
railroad and ha?! to use both arms to
make a meagre living. At length he
? discovered that whatever the rule is
about lia'ad?. one arm may be ever so
much better than two. and since that
day Jim has ra-sted and allowed that
left arm to do the ?vork.
Rube Mnrquard also pitches with his
left arm. but he is not dependent upon
it, for every winter he is paid for sing?
ing and dancing. These, too, he does
lefthanded. There it every prospect
that Rube will be able to get his vaude?
ville start earlier than usual this year.
He lasted for three innings against the
<ubs yesterday, and in that time Chi?
cago scored four runs. It was Mar
quard's eleventh straight defeat.
Fromn'io succeeded the Rube, but the
fear that MeGraw had run out of left?
handers was not well founded, for after
four innings of Arthur's sidearm shoots
George Wiltsc was called into action
and came through the last two innings
unscathed.
Parti) on account of the Jewish holi?
day tha? ??ame drew one of the largest
week-day crowds of the year. Almost
20.00?! fans taw the eontest
Although much credit should be
?given to Jim Vaughn's left arm, there j
?vas at leust one other important factor
in the winning of the game. This was
Jimmy Archer, catcher. In the seventh
inning there seemed fo.' a moment to
he h set of the tide in gavor of the
Giants. They tilled the bases with only
one out and Snodgrass was at bat. Jim
appeared to bo spoiling on account of
the heat.
Snodgras? tapped at a slow ball and ,
raised a h'gh foul. "Can't get it."
cried sever?1 of th" players on the Chi?
cago bench as they >uw that the ball
was about to drop in ihe press box.
Now it ha: been decreed that the
vres? box is neutral and that no one
?nay enter it unless he holds a card of
the Baseball Writers' Association. Rut
Archer did not heed this rule any more '
than he heeded the cry of "can't get it."
lie rar to th? barrier around the
?boa, which ib shoulder high, and with
???ji stopping to show hfi credentials'
thrust h'.- l.^ad and hi' arms over into
neutral tr-rrit. rv. Archer's glove was
.???it h ??....' above the ?icad of BUI
Han;- -^cnror. and there he
mad?- ? had ever drooped ,
that hall he surely would haf> c been?
ered'ted with a' er?-oi.
? hica^n did not core un il the sec?
eii-1 inn ng, when Heine Zimmerman,
the lit -.an horror, drove m tripl?- to
left centre and -cored on Schulte's fly
?to Murray. In passing mfntion might
oi n a?i" of ihe fael 'hut Donlin was
i.ut out of th? z-.me in this inning for ?
",. ickint:."
In the third the Cuh= got after.
"Rube." but i' must be confessed that
"?sal i apt'oit had a good deal to do with '
his dowitali. Archer doubled to right.
bad when Jim Vaughn bunted Eddie
t*?rew over Mcrkle's head and
Archer -core?!, ?vhile Vaughn vent to
second. \ au? n took third as Fletch?
<-r threw out Leach. -Sood'i little tap
sail away from Merkle and went for a
two-bas?- hit. which scored Vaughn.
Saier's in?eld out advanced Good and
Zimmerman'? two-base hit scored him.
Fromme had hardly got to pitching]
n? thr- fjnrth inning l.a-forc little "Red"'
t'orri-len sent the ball ?sailinp lo deep '
a entre '"eld for a home run. A pass to
Saier and single by Zimmerman and'
Schult?- i^-a? . th? ?' ul ith and
la t ru.? m the seventh inning.
The German-American Literary l)e
fenee Committe? will ha- pleased to
loam that Heme Zimmerman ma?le
i m ? ?
Single by MerVle and Meyer?, and
Vaughn'c muff of Saier's to^s on Besch
grounder filled the ha-c- with
(?ianis i? ihr seventh, but it was then
that Archer madf his sreat catch of
Snoalgra ?': foul fly. So v eaV. is Larry
Poylc against lefthander? that McLean
was Jf.it in to hat for hint, hut he
ftrucV ??ut a a ha'l that v.as higher
even tii.aU hi - head.
A pr? at one-handed catch h- Vic
r ??> the ? i\th inning anal Jim
Thorpe' lash from first to third on
an iiiticH hit ? ' it features of the gome.
The score folio ?
CHI? v. ? - i SKW ?i ?i.i. S i.
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?P.attayJ f?r DajJ/le In ?a->s a-nth Inning tBat
Maaraju^rd Ina lllati .
f??i- Promut. In bevsntli Inning, I Bal
Vlltsr In ninth h
Chica-?. 01X100100?
New Yo? i <.o
- . \. htcaag??,
". T???i-i'as'- lall Klnameriuan!
"?as,- lilts- /.lllll.KIUtail. Ma- ?IS. Iloniq
run Coi i : ? .--.?. r I ? hit- Hum?.
Saler. 1/It or.
??see N>?v Verk. 10 ? hi? h?..
T.??l?.- an?) Markte, in.t !,,?,?> en I
Marquai ?J, 1. ?it 1 . ;:. o?* Vaughn,
S?ru,-ls oui 1. Martiuai . 1 ?-. Wilts? 1- t?v
\.iU-;! ?.. ? lilt l?. fit, | ,r t?y V ? ;
alK>)l... Hi'- ? >fT Mar.|iMr?|, ? In - Innings
??ft Hremro? li ? luiiltifa ?" Wllttae, ?_? |n ?
? ? i X inrlTS Qulglr-a. un :
l'.aaso?.
The Always Busy Hat Store
Tha Laut Word in Distinctive Fall Style
1 Splendid Display
if Soft Hats
Bands Changed
While you wait
tice? An Others
At $3.00 a\ $4.00
Taper Crown Flexible Derbys
$1.90 and $2.00
Rich black Felts, Swart new blocks
Marquanfs Lane
Has No Turning
Tha limit of time prrelndet Rob?
Marqnard'? ?quailing hi? nineteen
Straight, th? ?trinj of 101*: Was mud?
up of -Irtorlr?, nhllr thi? year'* ??
qorn?*o li rompo??,! of ri*"??t? Th?
nterthrow nt Ihr Hube h> CM?-??? ???
terdny w_.? hi? rl?-enth ftralfht d?fe?t.
In Hit? ?Irina Marquaril ha? bern fa
vorrsl l>> ?onie hard lurk. Ju?t a? ha
bad Mim, T?r> ????I luek In ht? nine?
teen ?irnlsht. No lau than three lime?
h? ha? b??n b?at?n I to 0.
Hot Robe I? not the only p?-r?nn bent
on ?honing how Inn? a worm ran so
without turning. < y Morton, of Ih?
t (?reland N?-??. ha? I oat twftt- ?tralfht
tar-n, ???Tarai of whlrh w?r? nail
pltrh?d. <.r?at??t <f all Ilia S""<? lon
ar? of tho ?aaoun are tho Clnalnnatl
lt><la. Nobody ran lo?a any batter thnn
Hartos'? man, fur thry haie dropped
?aianlaan tama? In a row. The Had
.Soi ?m a lo?t twenty-un?, but (be Rails
hare a Une chanca to ?at that mark
at naught.
ONE FAT INNING
ENOUGH FOR BRAVES
Four Runs in the Fourth
Blight Hopes of
the Pirates.
airgraph to Th? Trlbunr
Boston. Sept. 21. Follo**-ing their
' habit the Bravas had one fat inning
! this afternoon and thereby won from
j the Tir?tes by a score of 6 to o.
The fourth was the inning in which
: Boston massted its attack and scored
' tour runs. Dick Rudolph was no great
, purzle to the Pirates. Max tarty lead
1 the hitlers with four sat'e drives. He
began the same with a triple and scored
on an intield out.
Boston tied the score in the latter
half of the opening inning on passer*, to ,
Even and Connolly and Schmidt's sin?
gle. Boston picked up another run in
the second inning when Waiter Marati
ville singled and worked his way home
on a sacrifice, a sU-al and a sacrifice fly.
Most cf it-- fire, however, Boston re?
servad for the fourth inning. Smith be?
gan it with a single to let't and reached
third on Maranville's sacrifice an?)
Whaling's intield cut. Rudolph brought
Smith home with a single anil the
bases were quickly filled when Moran
drew a pass and l.vcrs hit saf?-ly. Then
Joe Connolly slashed the ball to tho
centre tield bleachers for three bases
and sent all the runners home. Pitts
burg all but made up the lead, but Ru?
dolph vas able to check the Pirates a*,
the critical poi.it.
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STRING OF PHILLIES CUT
Cardinals Win a Ten-Inning
Game by Three-Run Rally.
Philadelphia. Sept. 21. Philadel?
phia's winning str?-rtk was broken when.
St. I.nuis won a ten-inninif contest here
to-day by :i score of (> to ".
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Doi rii ?-up, Tim? 1 47
Providence Defeats
Jersey City Skeeters
Pro\ ulctic?*, It. I., Sept. 21. For five,
innings the Jersey City Skeeters g_w
Providence s battle here to-day, bul
'after that the <ir?\s jumped to th?:
.front and were never headed, winning
by a ??core of H to ::.
The score foll?n 1 :
PROVIBKX? R JERSEY CITY.
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RACING TO-PAY
Empire City Park
ADMISSION, 50c
Grandstand, $2.00.
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BILI.1AKDS AND BOWLING.
IBowling All'**'. Ulill_i4 * Poet
Tabla Mfr?. IKpalra. ^
SupplUa MariBrwC t yt\
to Ci-?- _a.?__r? **?*^ V??
SOMEBODY ?S ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY OUTOF LIFE
"PECK" KEEPS THE
YANKEES ON JUMP
Browns Use Three Pitch?
ers, but Fail to Check
the Attack.
. i -?.,-.' ?.. The Trl
St. Louis, Sept. 21. The Yankees de?
feated the Brown? here this afternoon
by a score of A to "?. i'. \?a th.- third
victory in four games '.>. the Western
trip for Roger Peckinpaugh. who seems
to he managing his team to ?700?! effect.
Carol Brown was pitted against Hamil?
ton, hut later Baumgardner, and later
Hoch, -.veri- called 'o the hoi. for St.
Louie.
The rooters of St. Lou i a are claim?
ing the pennant no 'orgfr. Lesa than
Uve hundred penon? turned out for
the game.
In the necon? inning 'ha- Yankees
scored two runs. Mullen betat out a
hit to Austin, and Roger Peckinpaugh,
with managerial acumen? i it upon a
triple as a timely play. He made it to
left centre, Hamilton then grew wild
and passed Sweeney. Boone and Brown.
forced Peckinpaugh home.
True.-idale, who was playing thi.'d in
place of Frits M ai sel, indisposed, hit
into a double plaj.
Baumgardener bogan in the box in
Ird, but the Yankee? found him
m harder than Hamilton. I ool
gied and tree doubled. Mullen and
Peckinpaugh contributed sacrifi?e flies.
K. Walker hit for Baumgardner in the
third, and scored on his .single, a wild
pitch and Shotten*? hit.
The Brown- added one run to their
score in the sixth and another in n
belated rally in the ninth, bi ' Bro??n
vas able to pull through in safety.
The sc?>rc follow?:
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Howard to Coach Middies,
Annapolis, Md., Sept. 21. Lieutenant
Douglas* Howard has been named heaal
coach of the Naval Academy football
leant, and took charge of the men to?
day.
NAPS BEAT ATHLETICS
Overcome Early Lead by Driv?
ing Shawkey from Box.
Cleveland, Sept. 21. The Cleveland
N'api overcame the Athletic^' lead hero
to-day and won b) a ?.ore of ."> 10 I.
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WALTER JOHNSON
SAME OLD PUZZLE
Strikes Out Twelve Alen and
Senators Beat White Sox in
the Thirteenth.
i ii cago, Sept. 21. Walter Johnson
triumphed over l'rban haber to-day in
a thirteen-inning pitching duel, and
Washington defeated the Chicago
White Sox by a score of 6 to 1.
(ian.lil made four of the eight hits
off I labor, one ni them being for the
circuit.
Johnson ?trueb out twelve men, ten
of whom fanned in the first nine inn
; i it K , which is a 'reason's record for
him. He was spiked in the leg on a
pi a) at the plate, but continued in the
game.
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fatal?, ii I u so-. ? ?:
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r?.r lit-, lot i . II flgl Inning.
(Halla-?] for 1 ?il-ar In Ihe thirteenth Inning.
.-, , . ,-..?.- i o .? o ? a o " i tee; ;
o . .. i m | | I || | 1
T! rea Lia | it M.v ii. ?? Moni? r in l?andll.
M --.? l'i-i.. s-i.l?n batea.
Mllan - .. ??.in1.1, lajlllla? tlnaaoillli. r?a?ul?le
? ? mi i ? \\? : .-i lo Hal? . ? oil
lai '-.?I? Cotli lo Weaver; M. lir-.|f io Until'
i - ? ago, I
-? haaae on lall- .?fr Kaber. 0:
o? lo Ho : pii.-hers?H) fab? r
. M??, i'.r. McBrtdei; i? Jnhnaen agrhalki.
M'-'i.-l. OUI !'? Johnaaon. 12; b) 1-al-a-r. ?.
Will pli ... '?i. I'ntplrt-I a i' 1 ?Nigh
lin anal IIH lel.ru.i.l.
Baseball Standing and
Results in Four Leagues
National League.
UAHI-i TO-DAT.
Chima* ??* N>* %"r,V .,
1 in. Imirfl i .?? ll?oo?l.?>?.
M. IiiiiU at |-biUd?l|>lii?.
I'ilt.burgh at ll<i?tnn.
Itl.M I l> Ol '.?MI-> IKMIHIIU,
( hl.aito. 6: Nra Vorfc, ?.
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llrooM.? n. ?': ? iniltinuli ?i.
Ilriwlil? n. S] I Incliinali. '.'.
-I. I mil*. K. I'liilatlrlpliia. I.
\ MI4IN XI I '*><?? ? WASOIIM*.
W.I.r.t ?*-I.IT
,N;*,T,,rU..?i ?HI MO HrooUl,.. ...II 71 .??li
Ml" ill? Vi ?>?i '?-?-' ( l"< tnnatl.:.? H ?O?
All
?erican
Leagu?
i. mm To-DAT.
Neu ?or?? at Ht. I oui?.
riilladelpbia al ( I?,?land
Koston ?l Dstrail it\?oi
1\a?lilnf on at I hlcaga.
R*_M II? ?H l,\VI> I, I-_I I.RI? \*t.
Nni \ork. 4; >?t, I OUl?. !.
1 le.eUixl. .".; Philadelphia. 4.
li?lroil. S: llo-tnn. S (II Inn.. dark>
Ua.lilncion. ?; ( tiling-. I il.*l Inn.)
"iMI.I.H \N I l.,M I. M \M)IM..
tv. i.. r.c\ w. i.. r ?
in III .?IS ? hiiags. .?.*. 7.-, (m
H . ..4 .?0? Ht. I-oui?. .?Il '?H .4*1*1
;.*. m; Mi n?? \ork..?:t *; ,40e
:;i ?:, .."..'S < l?irl_od..4? 95 ._*l
l'hila
llll-IOII
llrtr.ill...
M ..Ii l i.n
pderal Leagu
UAMIS- T? ?-!?.". V
RsnaH? ? II* ???rtiiS; .
Indiana-Kill? al Itnffal.?.
( Mc.ia? at Baltimore.
M|, I ..nia .tl l'llUhurgh.
Rl.M ITS t?l UM?WM \K>rfcRI).\Y.
Kail?.? ? H.'. ??J Hr.'oM.jn. ??? .
Indlanapol??. '*: Buffal?.. I.
llalllinnr?. ?! ? hl? ago. '.'.
?t. I ?ni* t| t'lllsl'iirgh. "..
1 1.1)1 KM I -'?-I ? **' -SIM*?-.
\i.i i? n.i.r.t.
In.lian'li? *!? ?' ???** l?roa.kl?n...r.ll ?? ...II
I I. an. ? ? ?I ?''?'?', K*n-< l*> -***-? M ????*?
lia 4lm??re.V- <?' -?. Ht. Vtota. M-It .4SI
Buffalo :i ?< i'? l'Hl-l"sb ?<?? M ?14
International League.
?. WH TO-DAT.
Ballimnr? at Newark.
Jeeeej (lt> at rrntldrnie.
Toronto al Monterai.
Hi.fT iin at Ko<h??t?r.
RKM laTH OF UA-IK- VKMLKIIAY.
Newark. .1; Baltimore. '.*.
Proridenre. ?: Sotat* III?. .,.
Buffalo. ??: Ko. he?l?r. 4
INTERN 1TIIINM I.KM,IK HT.\NT*IN-j
U.K. I\l. \\. |.. pr
Protld're ill .*.? ?11 Bullimr?.?'- ;;i 10
Km lie.trr.ss lit? .._.-. Newark mt ;? aim
Biiflab. a? .'.!) JM Montreal ?!l ft* '407
Tornillo .71 ?S ...Il Jrr. < l(*..l(j \a> Mi
-ASEBALL. Vela (.round*. To 0-1 "? Y
(illiila ,1 (.'lilraf? - MU
BASEBALL txtai ?a_l.?ngt?yi I'ark. Op Tut?
n h_?u-> ?ii. FcJa. J I*. M.-A.-t.
Superbas Help the Reds
Along Toward a Record
Seventeen Defeats in a Row
Now for Herzog'* Men,
as Brooklyn Wins
Double Header.
i i.c ?"incinnati Keiis evidently arc
set in their determination to establish
a record in the Sa'.' -I League. Los?
ing both frames of a double-header to
the Brooklyn Sunerba- at Ebbet? Field
yeslerds) afternoon, they surt'ered their
seventeenth eonseeuire ?lefeat. Time
there v.as whon the Boston teams stag?
gered along for some three sroeki loi
ing twenty gan.i-. apia?re before the
tide finally turned.
I nless affairs tai.e a turn for the]
. < harte? !.. Herzog declare, that
II go to the Philippine? an?l man
ape a Moro -. .?'.at;.-, which, he declare-,
\?.?;;!.] be much easier. He had no com-'
piaint to make abo'it losing the second
game by a .-core of *! to '-', for he a'B?
never in the hunt. He scents ? plot
il rhe Arst (fame, for atter he ??a.- in?
trenched behind a live-run lead the
Superbas ?wept hint back with a wild
i ral!;, in the fcifcth inn m? and von by a!
score of 9 to ii. Incidentally, the Su-I
perbaa climbed into sixth plaee.
Charley Stengel refuse? to down. He
clouted the hail ? ith telling effecl
throughout the afternoon, lie got four '
hits m rhe llCOnd jcnine, including a
home run. and had two in the lirst af
fail. He ran riot on the path? as well,
stealing; three bases in the last game
and one in the first. In the closing
pame he scored four runs.
'I he scores folio-.?. :
?FIRST .; \Mtt
Blt'JOKI.YN N. !.. ' CINCINNATI N. '? ?
ii - n ?,?.. ? ? abr h pOave I
.-a ? J 3 : 10 Daniel?, rf. i :; j * ? 0
I'tout/t.ii' ? i 11? oo'h? . in ?i i if. '
Kiengel.rf ? I :: 0 0< Kllllf? i lb 4 I 2 III
Wheat, if ! 0 u 1 I? Twaimbly.lf n 1 ?01
Dalton. If 21 0 1 D<- Meboft. lb l ?j I 0 ? '
i i"?haw Ib ?i -j , i, I Hoblen, cf. ?il" ?> 0 ,
! Uets, 3b.. 41 l u I ? . '! n ? .- . t 'I l.'
Rgan, m MO: >i Kellogg, lb : 0
McC'rty.c ?113" . r.. :: ?> o i ?..
Krnlb'h.p '.'0 1 ?) |0 ?VhnelaJer.p II 0 I?i0
Stcele, p. 2 I 0 i) o i? ttn? -. ... 10 0
?r. rgh'mer I 0 0 0 0 ?.? ?
Totals. :? I ii ..' II :. Tota la . ?4 110 II ; I
'Hatted for An." : - tnttl inning
ll--oikl.il.) o o o o T o t x ;.
Cincinnati. I II 2 ? ?i -? o ?i i .;
I.?fi on las.. ?! ? nnal ', Hrookljn 7.
I'-.?. haM hita i:.. Iba :.. l >a?al
i'.'i M. L'art y and
? lurk? ana] i..... . i Kgan. I
l'irst bar?- ?-n irron i?.-.... ? n i. si.ji?-i |
' ? - F i- lag? i II.n baila ? ?'
o? mu- I. Si ? aa-li, ?.-. '
l. I'l.i.r?,, :;. by s. linelUer, I. o. Mi?. - I,
I?, si ....i... I. :?.a;'. Kltlrr lili !.. i.!.-r
l?y Itu? Ibael - I ,i l,y '
i'ni.-r-. I ..- tengel?. l?y s--hn? -i??, i iM)
n ? ? "T Ituellm. i, h I .,1.1. Ins?; uff
-. S In 'i ?-' :: Inning
, liming? n ?>:..- uul In llthi ' . j In I
2 i '?'. Inning?; off \ 4 2 ? hmli k ;
Time Two im.ir? empire? RI g 1er and Hart ;
>i> UNI- ? ; \ m i
Till' " .Kl.' S N. !.. > INCINJa .? t V |
??<.? . .-,?.-',,,,..
rf. 41 I lOltrtat -l : . i ' l ?? .
0 0 i".g, .1 ,' u
Hleiigel, rf I ? 4 lu U Kllllfe
li. If. 4 1 I 10 ,lf 4 | | 1 l(i]
Ueis, Ib... 4? I 1 0?.:iraeii.?r.rf io
ii ii .?..i,/n:.?s. i i -j ., i ,.,
,-.. II 0 II . ' Kelaaagg.lb II I I 01
| Allen, p... ' 0 0 0 0 0 Benton, p 4 0 j o 20 ;
Totals...}: Ill 27 ?1 Totals, .30 : i: ?M It il
BrOaih | " J " O I I I \ S I
ia? ?.> o o i i c j :
Lrfi a?n bai ? i nelnnatl. 1.1 Brook I ? n !
I, T ? ..-'.ase bita i ?anli li ' Ionian ?.
bas? lilla Cutshaw, Herzog Kg*. ||ni ?
run Stengel Ka?-rin>< -j T-avombly. t*lrat
. -. ? on ?rn?r Broaakl- n, I hi. t ?a~. -
Ktengel. Henton. Kllllf? r, ?_-. Be
ball? ' ?IT Henton, I , rf \:> ,, ?_? s,r?, ?
?. n Hi Mien, 11. by i<? nloi . i
i m i mpl ? II gl? r -,.,,...?
RED SOX BATTLE TO TIE
i- ? :?''? v ' i.i.ri.? .i ; ? i.
abr b i
' ? i ; I - r , . . ?
i ? i ? , ,-, | ; ,,
?I 16 " :: .obi?, ?-I ... l ;; | ?. ,
II? ? ? u ' I I 1 lOj. na? a-?? rf .. I, ., I I, ?
' i ' ' ? ' ?? '--??? i. if ; i . i i
ii. :... n i, t ? h. < ,i
?lia'pe? I? .?>01 J I M?.r rlj lb 41 I
i-aarafer.Jb :? I : 3 I U M gee, e 4 I n 1 i ?
riauroaac . ?? a '? 0 I \u , ... .,..41 1 0 ??.,,
l-raat. ? I'll t ?I Cave?, p.., u 0 I I *
1 ?'. .-I?; ;-. I 1 1 ?I -High .. 10
H.?'ll'Ht.p I '1 0 0 2 ?
Khore, p.. 1 u o o 1
. Mi-gan,?.- : 0 U I " ?
?H.-'ig.... '1 1 Ml'
To?J.'.?..4il '." 33 "? Cj
?HatteJ for Thema? In aavrnth inning
rBgtted for Cavet mlng
!.. . 1 0 o :; .. ;; .. ,
DetroN ...00000003000-8
1? all? 1 oe j? ? .um o' larknes?-..
ru-, t.?se 'ln-V,-u-.'. Daua? f.ister
T'--r?e 1.?-? ill H'.op. r Hume ru,: a ?ar,| '
:,??-. Hit? "ff Kosier, s in t ?.- i -
..fT DMIent. ? In a : .. ? Inga ? ff
' 111 2 ir.rili.g?, ..r? Dauas, II In Ml 3 ||
..'? av?l i.ur.e ??. .? 3 3 In ilngi
lilt? - \ ill (Si. U? rtaa.-f,, Run
!.- '1 un I ?
? <i t'elrolt tl ;-irst ba?< ."i 11' Uff li,
i 1. ofr He?tietii, ? btruek mui i i
tiy He.ller.:. 1. t?v ' ai . t. I SUM ,.
I '.??.-.?'le? '.?ai Iin.e-2.;o. Uoiplraa Lean
snd Ulnsa.11. t
RACING AT EMPIRE CITY
Well Balanced Fields Indicate
Some Excellent Sport.
Indications point to some intere*t:.nsr
racine at the Em ni re City track, near
Yonkers, to-day. Fire races are on the
card, and while the quality of the
horses entered is not particularly hifjh,1
the ! i e 1 d 3 arc of good ei-C and well
balanced enough to promise clo3e
I'm I she--.
The meeting -ill run for five davs in
connection with the Greater New York
r'air.
The entries in full folio****:
PIRAT RACK?for two-year-Olda. !'?'? *?'
i
I? Marquette.IflSI ?""arlavtr-elc . ?10** 1
-..o :.nal oro .
Marvlat ! (?IM.. . 100 ? ;...? - IOS
, trim
i M ? irln? ...IOS I..-U
Mal?!.10*1
Mil R \' E?S*?
U| ????M. Sis : Il ''.n-; .
l'oroop.sl? .u ' -;.,r. and
Henni? Junior... .w *?r i'al? lore..
\, ? ialona?.Il into Kioto.107
l'erthroek .110 kmlron .
Humiliation ..10"
THIRI* RACK Selling: for all ag??. ' ?
"???I a
Ile ru-- .IM Lily < >rm -
M l?kl I? III Water !.!'? ..... 112
Wat? r Welles III Rolan I Pafd -.HS
Rummage lis Mapcnny .W"i
HOI RTII RACE ?"? tar-olda
up* ard. Sis furlo
-
? api tin Swanaon. 10* Mr. Ki Igt?.
Mina Bruni! .105 Uly Orme.101
II. I'ardei 1071 ,
l'IFTII RACE l"or three-year-oMs and up
* ard. ' t.? mlip.
ii. ? Il o? en .. ....113 Northerner
lall li 110, ? o-enac Robin.10.
? ?? 1-. lit? I'nder rover
Ml a i ivanagli. ,.!07 Ml?? Sh.-rwood
Racing Results at
Havre de Grace
''-?- - ~ re three-: ear old *: i
un-vard ??-. -Tari lia illopkl? ? '? '
'?? to '. i '?? 3 an 1 out, Ural Kuaan U., 113
. li i-i i S to I and 3 Iu i I? 'ot '. |
i t. Mllia :-i it l< iv ard i I to I, I to I and
tl Ird. i line, i ;:;. Rua? Rod. "- I
Parlor Roj. Quh \ Stan \ |lo i, I
Mu-' ' i ? i m l Mater al -?> ran.
raee ???
upward, about ? .
Ilandrunnin-*, 137 n'"tiiian', ? to :
iii-l t to -.. .;?'. Mo, H .''. Harrlaon
I! In I, t t.? I and 3 t.i I, a?
i ? 11 loot; i, -: i-. I, to I and even,
Tim . 4:0? l.lttle Hugh, t'hooorua, M?er
feld; Ordert) ' m rat
? ,-ar oi.? ,
.,? ! geldl? -? i .i. I0H
Me Min. ' lo I and
l irr, 101 i 'lit v.lii. :. t'. I, ' to 1 '
:,i i- \ ? ? on '.. ia, li. i llu.toni ?
t.. l * ??> ? -in l 4 to ., third. Tim' . I
? t?le ?II?
Peg *t ,- i;.,?? |, ?Ha and I
- ., - at ? -a ran.
Kourth :????? ihandl?-ap; for all age?
! .. enty v:irdsi Ro! art Rra I ?
Rula-elll 1 to I. 6 to h s ?
HO ? .- imtei . It?, 10 n ! o ?
Andiron? "? iSiowar I? 10 to I, 3 t>> ' ? l
e< ?n. third. Tim?. I f. ?Ain*::! and s ' ir
i rat
I'lfti .i isrlliiiK 'or i?o-year. : , - *
- ? l 'giiiont, 11? ' HUKtoi ? ' t .
? an?? i".-. 101 iMi '
; ? , R to G and i to ! i-eoi
???i ' Rightmlre), I t? '.. 3 t? 1 ??n-i \ to ?"??
I T ? ?.,
i in , Bti rold? ? Ro? I- . ? Rrvn,
Ih ?-. Kl i?tl it-, and Fair Helen ? ??? ra
.-. for t! r?.--:-.'??r ol :
upward: one mile and savent) ?ardai *_?*<?
utor, 99 iiiutnteri, * :<-, .. 7 to li .?u.| l --i 3
drat; Dartworth. 10* iHtewar.l?, 7 to 2, 1 '?? j '
and 4 ?o " saeond; Penalty, 103 ?Hinphyi,
7 to 1, l t" '* an I S to 5, t lr I. Tlim , 1:44 4-!
Prince, Al med Colon? I Hollow i 11
Uatea. Set make. Heart Ri it and F
-,i -? ra? .
'Montpeller ?rniry
TALK ?rLEACH JUMPING
Pittsburgh Feds Said to Covet
Outfielder of Cubs.
..tro. Sept. HI. Tommy I,?a<-;-,
outllelder of the Chicago Cubs, ha.
h'-en offered the management ot" ?
Pitt-burgh r'ederal-, aeeordinf t" a
story printed !?'rr to ''a; .
1 nleati he rets a three-year rontraet
from the Chicase Club, which Presi?
dent Thomas Is --aid to ho ina'h t->
grant, I.each ii likely to join the out?
laws, -?ays the story.
VI TOMORIl.KS.
Tires?Great Stock Still at
oi h OUI %DD_UtNM HhhiKi: ri.mo\ \i
5,000 Tires,'4,'5, ?6,'VIO
Tubes'.,0 ?2; Solid Tires "6 -
t-' MUlllS A. lliilill'?? M.tuiiKM'.l V ?HIM*
Jandorf Automobile Co.
I oil Tlli-, \\ f t |v iin ( y \-?
3, 5, 7, 9 West 61st St.,
_M \lt IIHIMIIU -?y
AUTOMOBILE IN8TR1 CTIQ.N
*llV o"2E '?'i?--1 ?ad Bart M.hv.,1 ,., | a
__'?'i__?V >""?A?: ?"--'*?* r,r ,9-m\^' ?
t* w. Uta %L_SpmUl ? 'm-a (at Va?M-__,
THREE PITCHERS
FAIL TIP TOPS
Packers Pound Out Easy
Victory in First Game
of Series.
The Kansas City Packers had tue
easiest sort of a time defeating the
Brooklyn Tip Ton- ut Washington
Hark yesterday afternoon. Three Brook?
lyn pitchers, Joe Finneran. l>on Marion
an.. Peters, were badly battered, and
the nr.st two retired to the comforts'
oi an early shower bath. Pinneran waa
fully dressed when Marion came in.
Peters finished the game, for by the
time he entered it was not deemed pol?
icy to ?vaste another pitcher on forlorn
hope. The score was 11 to '?',.
Fourteen hit? ??era mml'.' by the in
? adera. Not only did the Packers pound
th.- ball, but their hit* were of varying
distances and scientifically bunched.
Kugene Packard, backed by line sup?
port, hoi?! the hour team at bay. Al?
though he waa touched for a dozen
>afeties and struck out only one man,
the men behind him saw him through.
Three double pla> s were clicked at
ti- e.s when they were most needed and
t uns wen- cut down.
The score follow?:
KAN8AS ' ITV V I. I BRCX IKLTX ! '
(hi ne
i .1 .: -, n .. ?? And'raaon.lf ?'? 1 I J>0
2 ?. ? :..-i.l. ,-. ?h 3 1 !
4 r. ' . :-.. Liiii'd.a-f ?
9 1 ? Kvan i. rf. II '
l i ? Hofm ... i!, i ?
0 0 0 W< ' " * *'? ?
1 II Hi <
11 I I 2 9
? .". i Kli i.* .m. : H4 I OI
?llm'e if 4 l
. ? 1 '
lb 4 t 1
-
!.. r'er.Sli I t I
K i ?,-.[.. f B I *
Kaet'ly.c 4 ?) ]
I
... l I
140?
0 0 0 0
.... I III
. 10 1 101
II 1,2; 14 Totals
-
? H for Peter? In the t mth Inning.
K: ,. . . it- .5111114 I 0?11
?? ij o .i i) ii 0 0 1 3
? Krueger Two-ban? hits?
?illiaaore, kenworthy, Id hit -
??Minore. Doubl? play? Uelehanty to Hof- .
.: ,- to Moll; Ken worthy lo Rawllng? lo
Stovsll; Packard i.. Rawllng? 'o til
Raallngs lo Kenworthy to Btovall. f;?as?s on ?
ball? "if r'lnneran off Marlon, .1 off
Packard. I Ktruck out?Uy Marlon,
Peters. 3: by Pa?-kaM, 1. Mit t?y pilche?!
ball By Marlon. Kaaalerly. Kenworlhj I ft I
on bases Brooklyn, .'. Kansas City, ?i.
Buffalo, 6; Rochester, 4.
? ' Ro rheata r; R, H, E.
Iluffnl.1 .1 M II I M M I il
ter .....0 0 0 1 1 0 .' I 0-4
leu Pul .-i ?? i .-- an : (?along?; fp
I n/.i.;an and W'llll .
American Association Results.
.? ." Lout lile B tt> Inn . dark).
MM ?nl ? i \i! ??? ?.-?,'?
.i 2; '..-.,. 'a II 0
'??.'.
_KKPAIRS INU M I'PI.IKS._
LIMOUSINE ?a? lANOAUlfT BODIES tSt ??I?.
U?h?literl.if, |-neral rrpalrln?. body bulldl-aaj.
l.'il??n*l Aito pAlotlii? C?.. MS W. jj ?t. Cet. *47tl
.V\l'li:R t.\H??.-spare Parts, and tte?wlrL
NAI'll.R U.tRAUE CO..
_|WI?r?l .M-l M . N. \,_
'.?. A'i\,;i; ? .- ...,, ?
feme? ?.?-. ? (Varal letonard, Ruah
H neto ::n: . Wagner. North ?Baal
let "
_ 1IKE*.
n\K?.\|N"a Ira All Make? of Tire?. HUII.J
er? -r Datable Tire.-. l?i,ln 11 It I. t?l..
'.":; Uraaj 41'tli St.
Ml??> IIRI H IIRK.1?-tula uniting. 11 re?
al in! Illlia-, for ?ule. IIARRV J. MM,II
h;; He teal la \ae
IHK Wl.lllMIIKII \N \| III 1IIU
? ??.. 0..ir.l,nler, of Ml Maiidanl Make?
(?f Ilia? A lulie?. tM Auiaiterduni A?., VY.
. - .'? ......i > . i ;;. - Write for oar
H \>. in..' i nit-; a- i:i.uhi:h i
.. ! '? a? N V I
?aAMM.K.MC
HHIN.N?N ?t lit IH. SIH Ue.l 41.r?T
?tianaUnl ?ail < u. (<u?-?,lene uml Lubricat?
ing ?HU. ?luulit.? anal ?lea.ure ?.uarunteed.
si t\l?AKII ?III. <.\.??I|.IM. I4aj; Rajo
bow Ma.la.r Oil,, ?iu,-. gal. Alnaa? ouen.
MAI?. ?, \l< \?,t lut n. tint OU. nr. ? A?.
?a ?.KM, h?
Nei\ Meir?>|...i.i i-, ?utrage. J.M-J.V5 Heut
Md at., ?a, aatli reemsee rate? un
????>?.tur i,1.1 ?i,|. '??? in lien nutrou?.
.a ?? K a, .a? .a . . .?. a,,,.?a. Jtth t. : ,,?...
"?IC r? ... . ? a?ruge; ?ii|,|,lle?: arm.
? 'i- ?I ?l'a .?nal night.
_ ? .11 \I4IH?. \Mi I l'ail-? ?
? ?? .m ?a?: ?? ?rk?, : ; . VV ??tn %t
'? ?. ??? ra r? paira J Menu
f-a tur? ., . at y I? ?bap?. Pandera and i
' nip?.
Au'?. Itaa.|l?l?,r?i. l^iiii,? ??,7
I wtndahlclda a,f all make?
?VJ.I.AI? iXejtAMnm^ M. a. ?^?ugT
tl K HaXLl
O?IMET FAILS TO
LEAD GOLF FIEU)
Finishes Fourth in Test?.
Round in Tourney it
Greenwich.
MARSTON AND LEWIS
IN TIE FOR MEDAL
Former Wins on Play.Off ?
Nine Holes Lewis Sets ?
Record for the Courte.
Youth was served yesterday aar
tiie tlnrty-iix-hole qualifying rt'tSmTtm
the invitation golf tournament -?aTf-I
off over the links of the (.reti-rU
Country ( lub. ^*"
Maxwell R. Marston. of Bahut-d
wh, recently reached his majority Z
Reginald M Lewi . ot Rtdg??e?d?
Ia?l of eighteen, tied for th? medal?#-_!
151 each. Thin ?.? twg it-ok??- L?
t?-r than th? ecore made by H*r?ih_?
K. Kcrr, of the home club, and tkna
better than the round of Krandi o?
met, the national amateur 'hia-Ma
who turned in 154. I?ewn, and Mira?
playe?! off the tie over nine bol?, -^
the Baltusrol youth won, ?jt|- a
stroke? to '.','.i.
Lewis had an excellent opportmit?
to carry off th?; honor*, for on thi 4n?.
eighteen holes h?' scored 7_. establi-t
ing a new amateur record for t_i
course. The previous mark *rat a
held jointly by Samuel J. Graham mai
Henry J. Topping. The Ridg-nVM
youngster, however, after gotr.goetii
'i*i in the afternoon, lapsed on t_? _.
ward journey and required 41, f? i
total of 79. Marston scored 74 ia tfc
morning and 77 in the afternoon.
Ouimet had never played the taajm
and his 79 on the tint round *n_
largely due to a poor start. He hov?ad
hit? first drive snarply into the v-m_
and it was never seen again. Tin it
was necessary for him to tee op mat
play three, so that he took 6 far a
easy 4 hole. The hardness of th
ground, due to the lack of rain, p?
Ouimet opportunities for great le.pi,
which he did not overlook. This m
shown at the 600-yard fourteentk salt
in the morning, ?here, after dri-dagi
bull out of bounds, he reached tfc
green in two shots.
While the amateur champion pu!!?,
some of bis drives, a tendency he -u.
and lost at least four stroke? ia tan
way, the chief reason for his iiiltutt*
lead the ?eld lay in the fact that s?t
approach shots lacked their usual ?.
curacy. The hall on his pitch *****
failed to take hold of the baked greet*,
and for that reason he gave himself i
lot to do in putting.
His card read m follows:
.... ?i.::. ?I 4 4 4 4 -.-3?
.... .-.44.". :. ] .', 5 5?40?II
In
0 n
In
3 4 5 I -. 4 4 5 l?M
-444.443 4?3T?*?-H*
.lohn (i. Anderson, of Brie 1er-,
runner-up for the rational champ??!
-hip las* year, was in rare form for tt?
n.orning rout:?] and equalled th* forar
record of the course with a brilliaK
73, but he could not do _ ;.*'r"ngrp'.
nfternoon and turned in ta I
for _ total ??? It! .
It we time he had plt-ffi
o\er tiie cou;--", but in view of li?
sound eolf in tlie first round, thia ceaU
not be offered as an e_CUse,
Disappointment was expressed SW
the non-appearance of Jerome D. Trr
ir., who In _ letter to the club oflcit
explained that he was feeling none U*
veil and preferred to .?ave himself!??"
the tn-.tate matches a' Baltusrol tta
?a eck.
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