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Giants Stumble On
and ilose Two Games
! St. Louis Captures a Dou?
ble-Header as Braves
! NEW YORK NOW SIX
BATTLES TO THE BAD
Even Jeff Tesreau Loses, and
with a Wild Pitch?Marquard
Pounded Hard in Second.
Bv HEYWOOD BROUN.
From now on until the Iron ring of
r-.athcmatical certainty quite crushes
them there will be many days which
mark the "pract-cal elimination of the
tuants from the National League race,"
but none will have a better claim to
? fame than September 23. Never air.eo
I their retirement started did the Giants
? ?how better speed than yesterday,
?' when for the first time this season
| they dropped both games of a double
header. While the Cardinal* werewin
I ning twice the Braves were splitting a
' double header with the Reds, and Bos
' ton'a lead in the National Lague is
! now six full games. The Cardinals, in?
cidentally, moved up into third place.
I The Giants were alaughtcred to make
i a Kearny, N. J., holiday. Elks from the
j Jersey shore pressed a tooth with dia
} mond decorations upon Jack Miller.
I But there was no one to aid the Giants
and their play was quite toothless. St.
Louis won the first game by a score of
2 to 1. A wild pitch by Jeff Tesreau
sent home the winning run.
:. The second game went to the in
! vadera at 9 to 0. Yea, Rube Marquard
| pitched. It was his twelfth straight
I defeat, but there is no occasion to
; blame Marquard, for a better effort;
' would only nave been wasted. In ths
last forty-one innings tho Giants have
sent just one man across the plate.
Baaernnner Rattle? Jeff.
As far as Tesreau went, he defeated
himself. "Poll" Perritt wti certainly
! a most worthy opponent, but he was ?
' found for six hits, while Jeff yielded
I enly three. Yet Perritt wss sble -to ?
keep a true alignment botween his !
curves and the glove of his catcher,,
while Jeff allowed himself to be rattled
! by a baserunner in the eirhth inning
and made a wild pitch. Now, Larry
McLean was catching, and nothing,
much but art criticism and Wagner's
muele goes over his head. Tesreau
was sly. He did not try to lob over
McLean, but shot the ball right at his
''ret, and it rolled all the way to the
No great expectations were held in ;
?egard to the second game when Mor
cuard whs announced as the opponent
of "Slim" Sallee, although there was .
one "rooter" who undertook to prove
by the law of averages that "Rube" '
must win a game some time. Yester?
day ff-ii not that time. Marquard |
pitched with speed and much control. |
but the bats might have been so many
magnet?. McGraw made Marquard
st*rk it out until the end in spite of
the fact that one loud voiced "rooter"
c .'led foi *'Cy" Pieh.
Miller Huggins was. for the after?
noon at least, an Eddie Collins. He
gave a supreme display of fielding, now ,
i anging back of first and then darting
toward second. He handled fourteen
rb-inces, end at least four of these
tailed for plays of great brilliance.
The Giants succeeded at length in .
breaking their string of scoreless in- I
ninga when Larry Doyle crossed the
nlate in th? fifth. This was the first
tun in twenty-eight ionings.
"olr.n doubled against the right field
fence in the first inning of the first
game and went to third while Merkle '
was beating Huggins in a race for the ?
bag. Magee hit the ball sharply to
Ti'sreau. who knocked it down and tried
in vain to catch Dolan at the plate.
First and best of the feats of Hug?
gins came in the letter half of the
third inning when the manager of the
Cardinals went all the way back to
second to stop a hard smash from
Larry Doyle, nor did he pause to re?
cover his balance before shooting a
throw to Miller, which beat the runner
by a fraction.
In the fifth came the epoch-making!
run of the Giants. Bescher singled to ;
right and bounced around first base
with a display of life which seemed !
sadly out of place on the Giants.
Doyle forced him from Huggins to
Butler. Burns singled to left, and
Doyle reached second. He scored
when Fletcher lined a hit to the same
portion of the field.
With one out in the eighth inning
Butler was hit in the shoulder. He I
was not so badly hurt that he could !
not steal second, and then, after Tes- !
reau had tried several times to get the |
runner napping, the pitcher turned and
made his wild pitch. Larry tossed to
Tesreau, and the play at the plate was
close, but Butler slid in safely.
Excitement in Ninth.
There was some justifiable excite?
ment in the ninth. Meyers hit for
Merkle and was passed. Murray ran
for him. For some strange reason or
other Robertson was sent to bat in
place of McLean. He did not give the
pitcher a chance to stay wild, but
swung at the first ball and forced
Murray with a tap to Huggins. Don
lin hit for Tesreau, and '-e sent the
hall *>. long ways into right, but Wilson
'was there in time to make the catch.
Hope for Giants
Is Wasting Away
By ?pllttln-r ere? yesterdii?, while
the Glaot* dropped two game?. Boston
lnrrra.nl Ha lead to ?!? full same?,
and only ? very surprising reversal of
form can keep the Bra?e. from the
pennant. If Boston ran take eight out
of Its remaining sixteen It will he nee
.win for the Olanta to take fourteen
out of flfteen In order to finish on tor?.
If Bouton wins ten out of sixteen the
Olanta cannot win. Kien If Boston
should slump and take only six games
oat of the sixteen scheduled It would
a-rnit the Giants nothing unless they
mold rally sufficiently to close the sea?
son with a record of twelve out of fif?
Bescher forced Robertson, and again
I Huggins was the executioner.
Before the second game began Jack
"Miller got his tooth and heard a speech.
' He was no whit discouraged, and made
, three hits in the second game, but then
; everybody hit Marquard. Slim Sallee,
i himself, got two safe hits and scored
j three runs.
Rube could not get by for a single
inning. Dolan repeated his opening of
I the day by making a double. Hug
! gins hit to Merkle, who threw to Stock
. too late to get Dolan. Magee fouled
! to Stock, but Jack Miller, of Kearny,
? N. J., doubled to right field and Dolan
! scored while Huggins went to third.
: Wilaon scored his manager by hitting a
J long fly to Burns.
That was only two runs, but three
more came in the second inning. Sallee
singled and so did Dolnn, Huggins ar.d
j Magee. In the course of the game St.
i Louis scored four more times, but this
was merely In the nature of a par?
The scores follow:
ST. LOUIS K. la. I NEW TORK If. I*
abrh po ael abrh po i>
Dftlsn. If., ?ill S 0 1 ! Renrher. If. ? 0 1 ?00
Hu-r*lns.2h 400 2 SOI'nvle. _1? .. 4 10 S JO
MM"?, cf. 401 1 0 0'Hums. rf.. ? 0 1 I 0 ?*>
J.MIIler.lh S 0 0 13 0 H rieicher. .8401 1 t 0
YCll^n, rf. 300 2 0 ( ' Snodgr'i-.cf 4 0 I 3 On
Wlngo, C..800 S 10, ?.rant, 8I>..300 1
Butler, M. 2 1 0 3 SO Merkle. lb. 3 0 1 10 0 0
Week. 3b. 200 0 S G! ?Mevers.... 000 0 0 0
Perrltt, I? SOI O OCI'Murrav.... 000 0 00
I McLean, o. 3 0 1 4 I 0
I "?Robertson. 10 0 0 0 0
JTesreau, p. 20 0 0 - 0
! JDonlln. 100 0 00
Total?. ?3SITIIl| Totals....3J1 6 27 10 0
?Batt-d for Merkle In the ninth Inning.
? Ran for Meyer? In the ninth inning. tBat
ted for McLean in Ihc ninth inning |Bat
tcd for Tesreau In the ninth Inning.
at. Louis.... i o o o n o o l o?5 '
New fork... O (i o o 1 o o o o?1 ?
First base on errors?New York, 1. Two- '
has" hits?Polan. Merkle. Perrltt. Stolen
ba?es?Burns. Butler. Left on bases?Not
York, '?>. St. I.ouls. 1. Bases on halls?Off !
Tesreau, 1; off I*"rritt. 4. Struck out ? By1
Tesreau, 4: bv perrltt, 2. Ha bv pitcher?
By Tesr ?o. i (Butler*!. Wild pitch?Tee
reau. Time ?1:32, I'mplres?Klem and
ST. J/T'EIS N. !.. I NEW TORK N I_
abr li j>o a e' abrh po ae
Oolan. If. ." ? " 1 *t Ilesct'.er. If RO0 : 10
Hug*ns.2b S 2 1 *-' l?lDoyl?, 2b... 400 1 in
Retsei, '.boi oo 10'Burn?, if... 402 3 0 ? '
Mase, cf ? 0 1 1 0 < Fletcher, us 3 0 2 0 <*> ft
Rlggert.rf 1 0 0 0 0 o Sno IcT'.s.cf 4 0 2 4 00
J.M'ler.lb .'.0 3 12 Of. Stock. Sh... 4 01 2 ?01
Wilson, if 3 0 14 0 0 Merkle. lb. 3 0ft-:* ft .1
Snyder, i. ? 0 1 3 1 * McLean, c 4 ft o 3 loi
Untier, ss 4 0 0 2 3 1 Martina! 1 p "01 n 40'
Beck. ri>. 4 0 0 0 1 0 ?Thorpe.... 100 0 00 !
Sallee. p. 3 3 2 0 SOI
? tala..lStl2 37141l Totals ...??? f714 tl
? Ratted fot Marquard In the ninth in
.-' I.nra .... .1 ft O ?i o J i*1 2??
New York... u 0 O n O O ft 0 ft? 0 i
Fir.? has? i>n error?-New York, 1. Two- ,
ills?-Dolan ?2), 3. Miller 12). Burns. :
hnodgrasa. Three-base hit?Snyder. Ka< ?
It ? Magee. Racrlflc? flies--Wilson. '
Magee. Stolen base ? Hugglns. I.eft on
bases?New York. 1ft: St. I.ouls. fl. rouble i
plays?Hug-Ins. Butler and .1. Miller; '
Reseher und McLean. Rase., on balls?Off :
Bailee, _: ofl' Marquard, i struck out?
By Marquard, 2; by Bailee, 2. n>* by piteh- |
. r By Sailer, l IFletcher). Tim? I 83,
I mpires?Klem and Ems'ie
PHILLIES WIELD THE BAT
Cravath's Two Homers Send
in Five Runs, Cubs Easy.
Philadelphia, Sept. 23.?Home runa
sent in seven of Philadelphia's taille?
in the game in which the ,iom* team
defeated Chicago to-day, 9 to 4.
The score follows:
PHIIaADEI.PHIA MLI CHICAGO N !..
abr hpoif' abrh jar? .1?
I_ibert,Sb .110 OCT.eaeh. cf... 4 00 2
1!>rne, 2b 4 1 0 14' i'.ood. ?f.... 433 I
Manee, ss 4 1 2 ? 4 0 Saler, lb.... 4 1 1 12 0 0
'?rav'th.rf 3 3 3 1 0< Zim*man,2b 303 1 11
B'ker.lf.cf 4 1 1 1 00 Schulte, If. S 0 0 3 0 0
L'derus.lb 4 1 2 12 It! Hues, 3b.... 4 00 1 2 0
Paskert.cf 4 0 2 3 It Fisher, s?..4 00 0 30
Hilly. If.. 00 0 0 OOlArcher, c.301 3 00
Kllllfer.c 30 1 S 0 ( Margrave, clOO 1 10
Alex'dcr.p 31 o o I ej Lavender, p ioo o 20
?Hageman, p 1 0 ft 0 10
?Knlsely.. 100 0 0 0
Totals. 14 S 12 27 12 01 Totals....84 4 3 24101
?Baited for Lavender In th? seventh In?
Philadelphia .0 0 I 0 ? 4 1 0 *??
Chicago . 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0?4
I Two-base hits?Paskert, Magee. Home
I runs?Cravath (2), Recker. Hlts-Off Lav?
ender, 10 In six Innings; off Hageman. 2 In
I two Innings. Stolen ha ses Oood, Bues, Magee
Double play?Magee, Byrne und I.uderus'
! Sacrifice hit?Klllifer. Sacrifice fly?Magee.
I Bases on balls?Off lavender, 3; off Alex
I ander. '.*. Left on bases?Chicago, :.; Phila?
delphia. ? First base on error? Philadel
! phia, 1. Strurk out?By lavender. 3; by
: Hageman, I; by Alexander, B. Passed hall?
' Hargrave. Wild pitches?Lavender, 2. Time
1:40. Finplns? Rigier and Hart.
Q This year, the in
crea^ of Hup own?
ership among those
driving cars costlier
in price and upkeep
seems destined to be
than ever before.
Chas. ?. Riess & Co., Inc.,
1690 Broadway at 53d St.
Tel. Columbus 7154
A-gm tenter Tmmeing Cme
IXu-roWJ Betm .
Bedford A Fulton,
Biwoklya, N. Y.
878 Central Ate.
Newark. >'. J.. Branrb.
seer* To Be
The strain? o*\
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Deli ?ht fol
AmO IT *AJILL^
Bt A LON/CLV
FatmC? ?T GR
m*? To' VIOLATE
LAv/w of NEUTRAV.
But 0*jR BRAVES
a? Boston fan?
7b obey The ?
LAW OF ?STRICT
*N\\. TO I
Deal Out Double Defeat
to Pittsburgh Pirates
at Ebbets Field.
The Brooklyn Superbas rope to
within striking distance of fifth ,
place in the National League pen
Bant race by defeating; the Pitt??- ?
burgh Pirates at Kbbets Field yester?
day afternoon. The Superbas have now
won eight straight games, and Wilhert
Robinson is convinced that his team
will finish at the top of the second di?
vision. He expressed the opinion that \
the Superbas wer. .Lying the best ,
game in the National League, and in
this he is ?upported by all Brooklyn i
There wns a double cause for jubila- !
tion by the Fiatbush enthusiasts, as
Nap Rucker pitched one of the best
games of his career in guiding Brook?
lyn to victory in the second set-to. H
allowed only five hits, and had it not
bean for a wild throw by Ott?> Miller
in the sixth inning he might have let '
the visitors down with u lone tally.
There was no stopping the run made in
the ninth. The score of this game was
0 to 2, while in the opening battle the ?
score was ."> to 1.
The crowd agreed that the first game
was as good .is von when the batteri?.?
were announced. Jeff Pfeffer was sent
cut on the mound, and the crowd rest- ;
ed easily. Nor was their confidence [
misplaced. Five hits were made ?>fT
him. Two of these came in the sixth
inning and the remainder in the ninth, j
Sehcrsn, a recruit outfielder, drove I
out a home run in the ninth inning I
and saved his team from a dip in the '
Lefty Cooper worked against the
Superbas for a while in the first game. ,
He was put out for protesting a called
strike in the third inning. Babe Adams
then took up the task, but war? knocked
out of the box, and Kelly finished in
Conzelman was easy picking for the
Superbas in the second game. Daubcrt
got three hits off him and Rucker got
two. Daubcrt played well at first base.
The Pirates used several recruits, in?
cluding one Gerber, a shortstop, and
I-ossible successor to Wagner.
BROOKLYN N. L?. ! PlTTSBUBOfl If. U
abrh po a? ahrh r*> a??
Myers, cf. ? i'j i tbiCsrejy. it... zoo : o o
Daubert.lb S L* 0 12 0 9 ICortello, rf 4 0 1 I Ou
Stenjel. rf 3 i i .1 o? Sebearan,d < i z i no
Dalton, if. : 0 1 3 0 0 Vio?, ?.... 3u0 Z 6 1
C't?haw,2b 4 11 1 *(\ Kcntoli? ,11, 4 0 1 12 I 0
data, 3b... 30 1 1 I f Wagner, ZU 4 9 1 0 3 1
Kg-an, is. 4 00 0 lllOtrber, a,?.. 4 00 J 3 1
McCarty.c 4 o 2 ?? l ijn.Schang, c 3 u o S no
Pfeffer. |?.. 4 0 n 0 3 1 Cooper, p.. 1 0 0 0 11
? a ?tanta, p.. ooo o oo
III. Kelly, p 1 00 1 Ou
I "Uercer.... 100 0 0 0
Tota'.?..31 ? 8 27 12 ?| Total?....3. l J Zt 1 j 4
?Hutted lur Adam? In ?litli Innln?,-.
Brooklyn . 0 1 z 0 Z 0 0 0 %?f,
Pittsburgh . 00000000 1?1
Left en ba????PlttBbur?b. ?J; Rrooklyn. t.
Three-base bit?M?l'ai ty. Home run?Sclieer
aa. Sairltlre hits?Daabari and ?ietz. l'irst
baue un erro-?: -Pittsburgh. 1; Rrooklyn, Z,
Double play?Vlox to fierber to Konetcby.
Rahe? on balls?Off Adam?, 1; ofT Kelly, 1; off
Pfeifer, Z. ??truck out?Uy Adama, -, Kelly,
1; Pfeffer, ?, Paa-.-ed bal?n?Mi-i.'arty, 1;
Schung. 1. Hita?OR Cooper, z In t??o In?
ning?; off Adam?, 0 In three Innings; Kelly,
1 in three Innings. Time, l:;;,. l'mi ins?
H>rcn and u'Connor.
BROOKLYN N. U i PITTSBURGH N. L.
ab rli po le tl)rh|4ia>
Myer?. cf 4 1 1 1 0? ?'are?, lf... 411 20 1
Raub't.lb 6 2 3 14 0 1 ?'.stello. rf. 40 1 ! i) ?
Stengel, rf 20 1 1 0 ?., S? beeren, cf. 4 I 1 2 00
Wheat, if 2 i i o (u vin. fj.3ui 310
Cahaw.Sb 3 O 1 2 2l> Konetchy. lb 3 0 0 ??00
r.tli. 3b. 3 0 0 2 4( \\ ngner, 3>>. 4 00 10 0
Kann, m. to o o 41 Oerber, ??...401 120
Miller, c. 40 1 7 Ttjrnla?aaii, c. 3?">o too
Hucker, pti 2 0 tOjCoaMlinaa.p 3 00 oso
Totals..3! i? 10 27 M S\ Total?_J2 ? f> 24 i 1
Brooklyn .2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 .?; -;,
Pittsburgh .0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1--'.'
la ft on base??Pittsburgh. f>; lliooklyn. ?
Two-baae bita?Wheat, ??ire). Three-beee
tu Mirara. Hacriflee bita?Wbeat,
Mytra, Konetcby., Klrst baaa en error??
Pittsburgh, i. Molen baaea ''arey. Sebearen.
Ha.-.e?a Ott ball? ''ff ?'? nz. Im?n, 3; ??fr Rucker,
t. StiU'k out?Ry Conz. lu.an, 4; b.? Kucker,
7. litt h? pftcnei -Bj Con/.liM .n. l (Wheat).
Tima 1 i l mplrea?O'?vii?ior und I*.? ron.
Buffalo Shares the Honors.
At Rochester?Klr?t came:
II. H. K
Buffalo .1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0?4 7 1
Ravhe-ler ."0000000 0?0 ? I
Batterie? ? M?-Coiit.?-ll and La Longe,
Keefe, Manning uni William?.
Second fame: R. H. E
Rochester .* 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 i?I ? i\
Huffalo .0 0 0 o i? 0 0 0 0-0 3 i
Batterie? ?Ln^niaii and William?; Bader
and La Ix>nge H
American Association Results.
Milwaukee. f> ; Minneapolis 4 ?flr?; ?
Milwaukee. 1: Ml.eeenlle. 0 ??e?niide.
g* Paul. I: Kan?.?? City. I ?flra-l).
K?n?ae ?'lt>. 13: HI Paul ,r, (?exondi
?|e\?)an?l ? <? L'aalumbo? llalli).
ludlauaavpolla ?a Loul-.?Hl? train;.
Yankees Beat Two Nines
as Branch Rickey Raves
Manager of Browns Shifts
the Entire Lir _- J f ? -
Regulars Spill Bunch
IRv TtA-enjrt to The Tribune. 1
St. Lonif, Sept. 23.?Branch Rickey,
the Puritanical manager of the St.
I.nuis Rrowns, is an original man. Not
satisfied with holding experience meet?
ings for his team, instructing the men
in the dangers of the vrhite lights,
gambling for money and other forms
of amusement, he believes that the
time comes in the career of every
big league manager when it becomes
nece?sary to establish a precedent.
He practised his belief here this after?
noon in the sixth inning of the game
which the Yankees won by a score of
!? to '-' Hnd earned the applause of the
Rickey has entertained the belief
for some time that the Rrowns are
not a baseball team. Thll belief be?
came a conviction when he sat and
watched them struggle through the
fifth inning of the farce this after?
noon. In that frame the boys made
no fewer than five errori ind the
Yankees made four runs. Rickey held
that any other team hut the Yankees
and the unfortunate N'aps might have
?nada runs by the peck. So rather
than tal;e any further chances he
benched every la>t man and sent in?
a substitute line-up.
Hilly Erana, the umpire, rubbed his
??yes as the changes were announced to
him. He could scarcely believe his ?
ears, hut it was true. Nine new play?
ers occupied the dfensive positions. On
the bench Rickey read the riot act.
Then, being of kindly disposition, he
told th??m how when he was a catcher j
for the Yankees the Washington Sen- i
ators stole a dozen or more bases on '
him. Rut he sternly forbade any repe?
tition of the shortcomings to-morrow.
Carl Weilman started the game foi
the Browns, only to retire in favor of
a substitute before many innings had
been played, nnd Baumgardncr wa.i
pressed into service for a while. Marty
McHalc, the well known tenor, was in
the box. He was effective throughout,
working quite as w*ell against the first
nine as ?.he second. The fans were in?
clined to think that the second team
was first nnd the first second, but there
i i much to be said on both sides. At
nny rate, neither team could hold New
York in check.
The score follows:
NEW TORK A. la I ST. LOLIfl A. L.
abrhpoaei ahr hpoaa
Tr'es.lale.3h 0 1 0 1 I 6! Shnttrn. cf 2 0 0 3 0 1
Hart/.? II. If 2 00 100 Clemens. If. 2 0 1 0"1
Cook. rf.... ill 200? Austin. Ib.. 21 2 000
?reo. cf.... 533 3 1 '?I Wares, ss.,20 0 100
Mullen, lb. 4 1 : 101 Pratt, 2b.. 30 0 4 02
1'eck'unh.aa 311 3 1 ! i Howden. rf. 2 0 1 100
Su'maker.c 411 Hi iWaik-r.if 11 0 100
?none. -*b..410 0 30 K. Wlk.T.rf 2 0 0 3 0 ?>
Mrllal?. l> 401 0 1'i Williams.rf 2 0 1 0 0 1
I Ivauffm'n.lh 2 0 0 2 00
Howard, lb 2 0 2 30 0
.Miller. 2b.. 2 1 1 0 11
t.a\ an, ?... 2 0 l 2 2 I
Hem'way,!. 20 0 200
*gneiv. c... 2 0 0 .'10
Mi Hale. c. 2 0 I 3 10
Weilman, p 2 0 1 0 2 1
I'aiumg'er.p 0 0 0 0 00
?Ruinier ... 10 1 0 ?1 0
, r_?veren_, p 00 0 0 00
fL-ary. 10 1 000
tala.. B7*-?Sr St| Totals.. .. 37 2 13 27 1 S
?Halted for 1'numgardner In the hixth Inn?
ing. tHatt-d for Leveienz In the ninth Inn?
New York.0 10 14 0 0 3 0?.
St. laouls.0 0 ? 0 1 1 0 0 0?2
Two-base hit?Runiler. Hit-*?Oft Weilman,
8 In 5 Innings; off Haumganlmr, none In 1
inning; off Lereren-, 3 in 3 inni-ics. Sacrifice
hit ? Austin. Sacrifice fly - I'eckinpaugh.
Stolen bases?I'erklnpaugh (ft, Howard ?2i.
free. Double play?free and Trueedale. Left
on bases?New Vork, 4; St. Louis. 11. Baac?
on ball.?Off Weilman, 1; off McHale, 2; off
Iieverenz, 1. Struck out?By Weilman, 1; by
McHale. B; by Lasveren-;, 2. Passed ball ?
Nunamaker. Time?2:23. Umpires?Evans
Baseball Standing and
Results in Four Leagues
St. I.oola at New Yuri?.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
( liKiign xt Philadelphia (leu).
Cincinnati Ht Boston (two).
RESCLTS OF OA-Cn YKSTERDAY.
SI. Louis, 2; New York, 1.
SI. Louis. 0; New York, 0.
llrooklyn. 5; Pittsburgh. 1.
Ilronklyn, ?; Pittsburgh, 2.
Huston, l| Cincinnati, !.
( ini'iniiiili, 3; Boston, 0.
PhilHilelphiii. 9; ( hlcago. 4.
NATIONAL LEAGUE 8TANIUNG.
W. I- P.t'.; W. L. P.C.
Boston.. . AI 56 .501 Phlla.?8 73 .4*2
\ew York.76 ?3 .547 Brookl) n..?7 74 .475
St. I-ouls...75 ?H ..->:t'2 Pltt*h'rgh.H2 77 .446
(hlcago.. .74 (17 MS t iiiclnnuti.57 St .404
New York at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis.
Washington at Cleveland.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
New York, 9; St. foul.. 2.
AMERIC.V-N LEAGCE STANDING.
W. L. P.C.I W. L. P.C.
Phlla.91 49 .6.10 fhlcago,...67 75 .472
Bn.ton... S.I 64 .612 New YorL.,64 77 .454
Detroit....73 68 .525 St. Louis. .63 77 .450
Wash tun.73 67 .521'Cleveland..45 96 .319
Kansas City at Brookl>u.
Indianapolis ut Buffalo (two).
( Incago at Baltimore.
St. I oui? at Pittsburgh.
RESCLTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Kansas City, 9: Brookljn, 8.
Pittsburgh. I); St. I.oui.. 3.
Baltimore, 4; Chicago, 1.
Indianapolis vs. Buffalo (ralo).
FEDERAL LEAGCE STANDING.
W. L. P.4 '.' \V. L, P.C.
lnrtlan'lls..79 ?I .564 Brooklyn...70 ?7 .511
Chicago... 62 ..">.*> 7 Kan. City...64 75 .460
Baltimore.73 S3 MS HI. I ouls. HO 79 .432
Buffalo. .7*! 61 .3'.*9 PltMli'rgh.5 ' 79 .415
Jersey City at Newark.
Buffalo at Montreal.
Rochester at Toronto,
RESCLTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Jersey City. 7; Proritlence, 4.
Buffalo, 4; Rochester, 0.
Rochester, 5; Buffalo. 0
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING
W. L. P.C.I w .pa.
ProTidVe.92 59 .?09 Baltlm*re.72 74 493
Roche.ter.89 ?1 .593 Newark .70 76 47?
Buffalo...87 60 .592 Montreal.59 87 404
Toronto...72 68 .514;Jer. City..47 103 '313
Pittsburgh Feds Win
Easily Over St. Louis
Pittsburgh, Sept. i!3.?Leclatr allowed
only three hits and struck out nine
batsmen here to-day, Pittsburgh de
! feating St. Louis by a score of 9 to 3.
The visitors used three pitchers and
all were hit hard. Uakos's home run
' with two men on bases was the batting
ft H E
Pittsburgh. M?:!?)! J-? II ?
? ?St. Louis. n-flOOOOO 1?3 1 >
I^clalr and Berry; Watson, (iroom, Keup
per and Chapman.
SURPRISE FOR INDIANS
[By Telegraph to The Tribune. 1
Carlisle. Penn., Sept. 23. The Car?
lisle Indian? met with the surprise of
their football careers when the Leba?
non Valley College eleven fought them ?
to a standstill and held them to a lone
i touchdown here this afternoon. The
score was 7 to 0.
I Suggs Mows Down
Baltimore, Sept. 23.- Suggs pitched
masterful ball for the home team and
Baltimore won to-day's game from Chi
: cago by a score of 4 to 1.
After two hits were made off Lange,
| with none out, in the third inning he
I was relieved by Prendergast, who in
1 turn was succeeded by Fisk in the
lourth inning. Two singles and a sacri?
fice scored Chicago's run.
Baltimore .0 1 3 0 0 0 I 0?4 7 4
<*hlcag? .0 0 10 0 0 0 0-1 4 ?
Called In eighth Inning? darkness.
Batteries?Sugg? and Jacklitach; Lange,
Prendergast. Pisk and Wilson
Trotting Races Postponed.
Columbus, Ohio, ?Sept. 23.?Because
cl a chilling rain which fell through?
out the forenoon, to-day's Grand Cir?
cuit races were postponed until to-mor?
BASEBALL T-e ?gg. Wuhlngtm. Pars ?al? Toee
?, ?tut*? UAs Wei*. ? ?V. U?A?n.
Break Their Losing Streak
by Winning Second Game
[By Telegraph to The Tribune. 1
Boston, Sept. 23.- The Braves treated
' the Reds very badly this afternoon.
Boston co-operated well enough in the
: first encounter and defeated Cincinnati
: by a score of ?* to 2. That put the los?
ing streak of the Reds at nineteen
straight. They had set their hearts
1 upon twenty, but disappointment was
their due, and a ninth inning rally]
? forced them to defeat Boston in the
second encounter by a score of 3 to 0.
Although the Reds were considered
the easiest kind of an opponent, they
gave the Braves a stiff argument in the
tint game. Coming into the ninth inn?
ing the score was 2 to 2, when "Red"
Smith drove a mighty liner to centre
field. A boy blocked the ball just as it
was about to bound into the bleachers,
but the umpife ruled that it should be
; counted as a home run.
In the second game two former col?
legians were pitted against each other.
George Davis, the no-hit pitcher, who
comes from Williams, was in the box
for Boston, and "King" Lear, once a
Princeton Tiger, was Her.og's choice.
The scores follow:
BOSTON N. I, CINCINNATI S*. I?
ab r h po a e ' ab r h po _ e
'Moran, rf.. ?10 3 0 0 <? Daniels, cf 401 2 10
1 Kvers. '.h.. I 1 0 3 2 'i il"rz.,g. es.. ?1 1 1 1 3 0
I Connolly,If 11 1 '-' I ? Kirfcr.rf.'.b 3 0 1 0 i? 0
1 Whltte.i.cf 3 00 3 0 1 Groh. 2b.... 4 12 1 ? 2
Bchmldt.lb 10 0 ; 0 0 Holden. If.. 000 0 0 0
! Smith. Kb.. 413 1 0 1 Ntehoff. 3b 102 ! it
', Ma'villes? 3 00 2 4 0 Twomoly.lf .'i 0 0 0 10
1 Qowdr, c 3 00 0 II Miller, rf... 0 00 0 0 0
I James, p.. 30 1 0 2 0! Clarke, c.0 00 1 0 0
Gonzales, c. S 00 7 10'
KellOCS, to. 2 0 0 10 10
I'lraham, lb 0 0 0 1 0 0
Ames. p.... SO 1 0 3 0
?Ylngllng... 100 0 0 0
Totals...M S I 27 12 3, Totals....31 2 if-S 1? 2
?Batted for Kellegg In the eighth Inning.
tOne out when winning run was scored.
Boat?*-, .t? 0 0 ? 0 0 0 0 1?I
Cincinnati .0 10 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
i Two-base hit??Groh, Nlehoff, Moran,
James. Smith. Home run-Smith. Bacrltlce
i hltta-Evers. Whltted, Kllllfer. Stolen bases
Smith. Connolly. Double plajs?Amoa,
Herzog an.i Kellogg; Herzog, Qroh and Kol- ?
I logg. Left on bases?Cincinnati, 3; Boston, b.
? First base on balls?Off Ames. 2 First base
| on errors? Boston, 1. Hit by pitcher?Con - !
nolly. Struck out?By Ames. *; bv Jame?, ?. |
Wild pitch?Ames. Time? 2:00. empires- ,
: Qulgley and Eason.
I CINCINNATI N. U. I BOSTON N. !..
I Daniels, cf 4 0 1 2 0?.'Moran, rf.,.4 02 0 ?? 0 ;
I Herzog, ?s 4 1 2 2 10 Kvers. 2b.... 2 00 100
.Kllllfer, rf 4 1 0 2 0 '? V.mnolly. If. 4 00 I III
: TWmhlv.lf 20 0 0 Of Whltted, cf. 4 0 1 4 00!
?Holden. If 0 I 0 0 0 f i Schmidt, lb. 3 0 I 800 '
Nlehoff, 3b 30 1 0 6 (? Smith. 3b... 300 33 0^
Bergh'r.2** 4 00 1 3 0 Mar" ville, ss 2 0 0 4 2 0 ,
Gonzales,?? 300 S ? GI dowdy, C....2 00 510!
Graham.lb 3 00 12 1( Da-Is, p.300 000;
Lear. p.... 2 0 0 0 ! C
, tMlller.... 10 1 ? 001
Total?...J0 3 5 27 13 0, Totals_77 0 4 27 6 0
?Ran for Miller in the ninth Inning.
^Batted for Twombly In the ninth Inning.
Cincinnati .O 0 0 o o rt O O 3 **l
i Boston .O O t? O O 0 O O ?)?O ?
; Two-base hits?Schmidt. Whltted, Miller, j
Nlehoff. Sacrifice lilts? Evert (21, Smith. |
Stolen baHes--Twomhiy, Maranvlll.. Double i
play? Maranvtlle and Schmidt. I<eft on bases
?Cincinnati. .1; Boston, il. First base on
ball? -Off l.ear. 1; off Davis. 3. Hit by
pitcher?By Lear ?Maranvllle, Schmidt?. ?
Stru'*k out ?By l.ear. 8. by Davis. 6. Wild ;
pitch -Davis. Time?1:45. Umpires?Ea>iton
? ? ? ? ?
Skeeters Win Last
Game with Providence,
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.)
Providence, R. I., Sept. 23. The Jer?
sey City Skeeters wound up their
games in this city by beating Provi- ;
aeree in the final of the series by the
score of 7 to 4.
JERSEY CITY. I PBOVIDRNCK
abr h poae abrh po ae '
Kelley. If - 2 4 3 ?1 < Halte, rf... 4 22 1 0 0
Farn II. rf 4 O 1 4 O 0 : Fabrique us 4 00 S 10
iAlque, ib. ti 1 3 1 I Shean. 2b.. 411 1 gol
Barry, ib.. f. o 2 :oo i;.i-*n?.i*w.ih sooio uo
Eschen, cf 5 1 1 4 0 0 Tutwller. cf 4 1 2 1 in
Murphy,3b 2 1 0 01 0 Powell, If.. 2 n 0 0 0 0
Pearre, sa. 3 1 0 0 " "! 1'aunwn, 3b 4 0 3 0 10
Reynolds, c 3 1 2 12 Clj.OnalOw, c?uo 7 joi
Br?ck, p.. 5 1 t 0 10;.Maya. p....J0l 0 u 0 ,
Total?... 37 ttSnt 7 l| Total?....32 4 ? ?T ? ?
?lu.man out, hit bv batted ball.
Jersey City. 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0?7
Providence . 0 0 0 0 1 | o 1 *?4 '
Stolen bases? Kelley <2i. Eichen. Pe_ne __
Reynold?. Murphy. Two baue hlt-Bauman'
Three-bat- hlts-Kel.ey. Tutwller, Shean '
Platt?. Sacrlllce hlt-E. Un.low. Double
play- Murphy to Duque to Barry. Htru?k
Mt?By Mays. 7; by Br?ck. 7 Base on !
balle?Off May?, ?; off llruck, 2. nit hv I
pitched ball-By May? ?Pearce). FlrM bar* '
on Errore-Providrnce. 1. I_.ft on baaee- I
Irovld-nce. S; Jersey flty. II. Time. I :?0.
I mplre? Mullen and Cauliflower. Attend
BASEBALL, rot. Ground? To d?y l p u
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TIP TOPS RALLY
ONE RUN SHORT
Kansas City Wins Another,
Thanks to Early
The Brooklyn Tips were beaten by
the Kansas City Packers after a bitter
fight at Washington Park, yesterday
afternoon. Laboring along, apparently
out of the running, the home players
rallied with a vim in the "lucky" sev?
enth and drove five runs over the plat?
ter. They scored another in the
eighth. It was all in vain, for when
the wickets were drawn for the after?
noon Kansas City was still out in
front. The score was 9 to 8.
Mordeoai Brown started for Brook?
lyn, but he left after the second inning
was well under way. He had no choice
in the matter. Somers and Finneran
helped to finish the game. Chief
Ceorge Johnson also was knocked out
of the box.
Steve Evans and Kenworthy wade
merry at the bat. The former made
two doubles, while the latter had a
double and a triple in his three safe?
The score follows:
KANSAS city P. I. : BROOKLYN F. L.
n.1 i- h i?) a ? al, r h |?, ne
< had'ne.lf 3 1 0 3 0 ?i And ?on.If ..1 1 3 01
Colee, <-f. o? i 3 o?, rjeleh't?/.**) ( i z i 3 fl
Kea'hy.**-, tz i z l?|Mhaw, ?f... ., i i -' ??
Paster!?- ,? .'? 3 - ! 10 Kvan.i. rf.. ". I 3 1 0'?
Peril.g.lb 4 1 111 0( Hofman.lb I? H?0?
Pat t'rd.rf ; 0 . n Si ?\'.-*t'zli.3b t** - 0 10
Dager.3h 4 0 J Z 0'.' Holt. M... ?'? 1 I 1 3 0
p.? a km,s? ?t i o r> (0 Unid. c.... - ? o ; .a
Johnson.i? Il ? ? 10 Wateenn, c 3 I - 4 I 0
llen'lng.i? no 0 g 00'Hrown p.. 00 0 0 00
Siniers. p. SI 1 0 0 0
Cinneran.p 0 0 0 0 0 0
?Cooper.... io i o oo
?Choulnard 10 10 00
Totale. 33 ?IS Z~. 15 *j Totals...43 8 15 27 M 1
?Ratted for Somer? In the seventh lnninf.
tBatted for Finn-ran In the ninth Inning.
Kansas City.? ? O .1 0 0 0 0 0?3
Uiooklyn .0 1 0 0 1 0 S 1 0?S
Three-base lilts?Darrlrger. Keinvo-th?-,
Watson. Two-base lilts?Kasterly ?sha?v,
Kenworthy, EvRna (I), Johnaeon. Stolen bases
?Westerzll, Andersen. Double play?Holt to
Delehanty to lli.finan. Baaes ??n ball??OtT
Brawn, 2; off Bornera, Z; off I'lnr-r-an, .'; olT
Johnson. Z: oft Henning, 1 Struck out?Hy
Klnnrran. Z: by Som.-r-,. 0; 1 y Johnson, I.
Left on bases?Hrooklan. 13: Kanaaa ?Mt?,, 1.
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"FATHER BILL" DALY
ALSO WINS A RAQ
Elit Bryson Gallops Ho*u
Front of Lily Orme, Ha*,
capped by Poor Rid?.
t- Miller thinki the fcJ
- Fair at th. Empire
track ahouid he encouraged ,, 4t-j
inatitution. Her color?, tt?te
green cmm sash?!?, wer? any J
victory in three racei, ?hil? A?J
just failed to make it four by r?2
?econd to "Father Bill" Daly't rV_T
the laut event. ?"?
Mr?. Miller'.- winner* were M?n_,
Girl, which made all the r.o_i???
beat Hectograph rmd four ?tW_?
year-old* in the firit race; B-?k?,
which ?lipped far enough' ?w%* *?
Tay Pay in the e&rly part of t_i 2
to beat the Stalwart gelding uti??!.
and Water Wolle?, which ft-ad??*,
of his three opponents m th? f-Z
R. F. Carman'. Fula Bry?oB^?
other winner of the day. Sk? M
Culvert into submission roondi?*^
turn and hud plenty left u?JJ!
badly ridden Lily Ormc s?f?l-_,
Tice, on the ?_st named, t??k.
sharply and pulled to the outiid**.*
homa corner, when with a l'tt_ J,
tience he could have ?aved tw? ??>?_!
lengths by slipping through oatk?^
It was a poor move anil cotttk?!
any chance she had of wmr.iag,
Hammer, who rude < uivert, ?m.
fore the judges O'Neil s?ria a
Russell E. Tucker and lodged ? _?
of foul again-t the winner ?? I
ground that Davis .rabbed his W4
in the run around the far tort. __|
when called, denied it, and ?itk??tM
f?rmation of any kind no actioa arj
R. F. Carman, jr., borrowed ??_,
colors from C. li. 1- leischaaa* a
started Marveious in th? fir* m
His bow hereabouts as an ovw?
fairly encoura^-mi*, as the geld?g-j
: third, beating his father's hoixC
| Jennings, among ethers. The litt-*?
I counted on to win, but she kept hi
! ing out all the way and eo.U tn
reach a contending position.
Turner reported ill, which tUit
pleted the rank* of the jocke1**, ?
left Johnny McTaggert as Un a
rider of any real experience.
Archie Zimmer had engaged Tin
to ride Stars and Stripe? in th? th
race, thinking the purse was wo?. I
he lost faith when it w?? necetur
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p as the gelding tini-hed third.
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