Newspaper Page Text
Tmmmr>m.m, ii . i -I i mai iin.I?^?'aTi'T'Tr ~-~" ??
Giants Show a Flash of Former Greatness B?ai Pirates Twice, with Runs to Spare, to Joy of Fans. MARQUARD'S LONG LOSING STREAK ENDS Thre.? Pitchers Hammered la Second Came?Bescher Oets a Home Rvn. ?* By HETWOOD BIOVK. Rub? Marquard demonstrated yea? te-rday that hi? lonfc retreat, daring which he lost twelve ?uccessive games, ?u uerely strategic Ha waa ?Inply emeAr'rnt ? favorable position to give battle, and having found it rooted the Ptrate*. The game lasted only six inning?, and the Giant? gave the big left-hander thirteen nina. There may bo ? team in the eoontry which can spot Marquard thirteen ran? in aix inning? with impunity, but Pittsburgh is not that club, and the Giu_ta hoist? ed Robe back into the winning column by a ?core of 13 to 6. Now York also won the first ?game of the double header, at 6 to 2, and thereby whittled a little from the lead of,the Braves, who won only once from s th'e Cub?. Boston'? lead is eight full gome?, but there is no telling what may happen, now that Marquaid is bock ia form again. ?There was a toueh of pathos in the v-jctory of Marquard. John J. McGraw ha?.waited patiently for day? and for week? to ?ee the Rube win a game, and yet when the pitcher finally tuc ceeded the manager was not on hand to witness the feat H?rt had put him out early in the afternoon. If runa were retroactive, what a campaign the Giants might make! They drove the ball hither and yon yesterday and crossed the plate at will. In the little six-inning affair McGraw's men mauled three pitchers, indeed, it j was suggested that as the Giants had ] hammered the daylights out of all F?od Clarke'? twirlers Rigler could do no more than call tne .ontest on ac? count of darkness. Cob Bescher was the hitting hero, for he made a home run in each game. The first game was a pitchers' battle I between Demaree and McQuillan until I the sixth inning. At that stage of the I game Pittsburgh scored once, and after I Robertson had batted for Demaree Fromme replaced him on the mound, j In the very next inning the Giant? took j all the battle out of the game by find* ! ing McQuillan fox six runs. A pass to Collins and Hyatt's double gave Pitts- ' burgh the first run. The Giants' group of four was made ; when Doyle, Burns, Fletcher, Snodgraas ; and Myers all hit safely. Bescher ' made a home run in the eighth and McCarthy retaliated with another in the ninth. The first two inning? just ?bout set? tled the second game, for the Giants piled up eight run?. Bescher and Snod- ! grass contributed single? in the first inning and Pitt?Durgh error? did the rest. That was all for Cooper, and. Kantlehner, w.-io like as not was born ? in Prteraysl, oegan to throw to the ? batters. Marquard and Bescher sin- ' gled in this inning and Fletcher I doubled. Kantlehner helped by pass-1 ing two men and making a wild pitch. I Herbert Kelly took the mound after ? one man had batted In the third, and i the Giants proceeded to show the new-, comer that all lefthanders looked alike by making three runs. Desmond Beatty, late of Poughhacp- j sie* received a tryout at third base for i the Giants in the closing innings. He looked nervous*. The ?core follows: FIRST O AM a NEW TOR? N. L. ! riTTSHUROH K. I. ? abrti iKiM, tbrhpo?e Beecher. tf 4 1 1 6 0 0'Carev. If... 5 CO 1 I? Doyle?. 2b. 41 S 2 0 0iCost?llo, rf 4 0 0 2 OOI Born?, rf. : 1 1 3 0 0. Colline, cf.. 3 1 1 2 101 Fletchsr.s? 6 1 1 2 4 0, Wagner, 3b 4 0 1 I 2 <? i Hnodg's,cf M 1 OOd.Kon'tc'nv.lb 4 00 S 00 ! Grant. ?b. 3 0 0 01 J Slglln. _b..l0 0 0 011 Merkle, lb 3 0 2 8 0 1 .McC'trhy.?o 2 1 1 2 0 0. Meyer?, c. 4 0 8 7 10; Gerber, m.. 4 00 1 41 D?Bj?ar?ee,p 20 0 0 2 (?Schar.?, c. 4 0$ C 2 0 Fromm?, p20 0 01 0 MrQ-iilUn.p 000 1 0 0 ?Roberts'n 10 0 000< tHvatt. 101 0 00 ?McAuley.. 000 0 0 0 II. Kelly... 100 0 00 ? Totale.-..V? I2?7?2i Total?.... 14 2 7 M 10? J ?Batted for I?emar4% In the tilth Inning. ? ???Batted .for Blglln In the "Ixth Inning. t?Uti , for Hyatt In the sixth lnn.ng. |Batte?, for McQuillan In the ninth Inning \)*w York.0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 x?(? i l'lttuburgh .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-3 First bate on error?? Pittsburgh. S: New Y<*?rk. ?. Two-bane hlu? Meyer* ?xnd Hyatt. Horn?? runs?Be? her, McCarthy. SacrllV-e htm?Burns. Mrljuiian i3i. Grant. S;olen b**e??Beacher, Doyle, l__.lt' on base?'-Pitts? burgh'. >; New York, X. 'lase* on balls--')*** McQuillan, f.; off Dmaree, 1. Htruck out?By McQuillan, 4; by Deiuaree. 4; by Fa-oman?, 1. Hit??Off Dtrmarto, 4 la 6 Innings; off Fromme. 8 In 3 Inning*. Tim???1:13. Ohi ?Ires?Hart and Hlgler. BKCOND GAMR. NtW YORK N. L. I PITTSBURGH N. L. ab r h pose! abr h p?> a? Betcher.lf 4 S 3 ?00 Carey, ?f.. SI 0 0 00 Doyle. M> 4 C 0 _ 2 018che?r'i.,rf 41 1 4 0'? Burns, rf 0 _ 0 00 0 J.Keilv, ct II : 10? ?Murray. 1 0 0 0 0 0: Wagnw.?b 4 1 2 2 01 Kl'cher.ss 4 S 4 1 S 1! Kon'ctay.lii 2116 11 bn<xJg's.cf 3 f 1 1 0?iM?_Cthy,-l. ? C III! Tha>r?>e. cf 1 1 0 100 (?.erber. ??3 0 0 2 11 tirant, 3b ? 1 0 2 0 11 Cola-man, c 11 t 0 2 (> Beatty, Sb 0 0 0 12 0 Cooper, p. ? 0 0 0 0 1 Merkle.lb 3 1 i 4 0? Kan'hnesr.p 1 0 0 0 01 Meyers, cl 2 1 20 0,H.Kelly. p20 0 0 it? 2a??Vr?l.p I 1 1 0 0 0! . ohnson.e - 0 0 1 0 01 Totals.? Ul* II 721 Totals... ?3 6 to IS 10 7 ?batted for Burn? In third Inning. NaaW York. . 4 4 S 0 0 2? U? Plttatburgh. II 10 ? :-? ?Jam? called on account of darkness. First baa,?- on a rrora?? Pittsburgh, 1; N'T. York, t Tw>-ba??e hits?Fletcher (2). Ko nstchy. Wagivv. 'l"hrea?-b?a?i tills?Colcmaari Meyer*. Wagnei. Home run?Bescher, tfac i1lt??e fly?Heaity. Stolen bases?Snodfrasx. Ttiorpe. Left on base??Pittsburgh, *; New Yprk, 3. Double play?Doyle and Merkla" base? on balls?Off ?Cooper, 1; off Maraiuard 4: off Kantlehner, 2: off H. Kelly ,2. Struck e>ut?By Marquard. 2. Wild pitch?Kantlehner Hits?Off Cooper, 3 In 1 Inning; off Kant? lehner. 4 In 1 Inning; off H. Kelly. & in 4 toning?. Time?1:32. L'mplr?-?? Rigler and Hart. Pennant Now Hangs by Hair Tssm Brave? sssavr tmttst toe pennant la too Nattwaal lams?? to-?Ur. fee "tf taajr wta orn? the Olaate toss*, the fla? wtn W> west ktyastA Otepwle. Stoa imUiIm ?geasM U play, while Mew Yara ha? absa. If Beetws tea?? ?all.?the Oteas? mar mmttsrm the ? waaal Wy takte? ***** ?at ?# ate? -reasabifa-?' carnee. la-Aeed, If Beetea wte? cave gasa? aad te?e? ?th? Net New York might triamph by mak Ua-r a eleam ?weep. No ?pat-atettea a??* he tedalced te ?rrtardte? the Mtoe-ase at tha Ameri???i taaca? rae*, for the Athlet!?-* eaa loom rll eevoa ?-aso?? teft ?apoa their ?*?h*4 ale wtthwst bete? Ohrpte?i*0 frtwa the lead. It the Athletic? ?he-old drop ?veery pua? aad the Bed Sax aheald wte marea te a row. afaek'e toe? weald lead hy half a ?sua?, er by .?SU to .Ml te p?re?at?a?e. Th? XattoMal CaMMmlMion will meet te Fhllaajelphia t?-morr?w to anake anal arTaM?-rte>nli ?fer th? world mersee. Baa aleha??? hae pot hlmmlf oa *-*? ?ard m favtarte? OetalMr f ?u the date fer the Npai, aad wlthoat doubt this wUl be choeen. Th? plate tor the Bret ?same will ?he amtiUA by taseela? a ?rate. The vtetorr ?f the Athletic? In the Ameriean I*?a-ai?ae ?tvee Connie Max-k hie elxth e-lutraptaathtp. aad thta I? ? new major leaaue ?reeord. The Ath leMce won cj.<4er hi? manaKement la ltOS, IK?, 1?1?. ?11 and ?II. CUBS GIVE BRAVES A SCARE IN NINTH Fall Short a Run After Bold Rally in Free Hitting Game. [By Telerreph to The Tribune.] ilsston, Sept. 28.?The Braves defeat? ed the Cubs here to-day by a score of 7 to 6, but almost succumbed when the Chicago team made a wonderful ninth j inning rally. Chicago came into the ninth inning three runs behind, and when the first two batters struck out there seemed little doubt about the issue. Then the rally began, and be? fore Stalling? had a chance to relieve the fading James two runs had been ?cored and the bases were full. Heinie Zimmerman stepped to the I ate, but he could not grasp the op? portunity offered. He rapped the ball sharply, but ''Red" Smith made 8 nice pick-up and threw to Even in time for n force-out. The game was a free-hitting contest throughout. Humphries, who began for Chicago, gave way to Zabel, but James went the route. Charlie Schmidt, the big fiist baseman of the Braves, made four hits. Chicago acored twice in the first inning and once in the second. The Braves cut down this lead by scor? ing a couple on their own account in the second, and went ahead in the third inning with a cluster of four. Moran's ?single, a double by Ev?rs, Whitted's single, Schmidt's single, a double steal and Maranville's triple were the factors in the scoring of the four runs. A pass to Schulte and singles by Bues and Fisher gave Chicago u run in the sixth, but Boston retaliated in the eighth on Schmidt's triple and Smith's ; sacrifice fly. Bues and Fisher struck out to start the ninth, and Archer tapped an easy 1-oundcr to James. The big pitcher lost ; a chance to end the game right then by , hurling the ball over the head of Schmidt, and Archer went to second. Knisely batted for Zabel and singled to right, scoring Archer. Leach singled ' pant Schmidt and Knisely went to third. Good singled to left, scoring Knisely, '? i.nd Saier walked, filling the bases. Then came Zimmerman and the last out of the game. The ?core follows: BOSTON If. U I CHICIOO N T. abr hpo a?? ubr h jk> tie Moran, rf 4 1 Z 2 OOiLasacb, cf.. 5 0 1 2 0 0 Kvers. 2b 41 1 2 S *'! Good, rf..51 2 1 01 Con'lty, If 4C 0 i 00.Saler. Ib.. 41 110 00 Whit ?I,ci 4 1 i 4 0 0 Zlm'an, 2b 6 Ci 2 0 4 0 Nml.it.lb 4 i 4 6 OOleS?hult*-. af 2 1 1 0 0 0 .Smith, 3b 2 1 1 0 2 0: Iluta-, Jb.. 4 0 1 & "0 M'vlll-a.m l(, 1 S 8 C, Fisher, hi.11 2 t i* ?lowdy, c*0 2 8 Hi Archer, o. 4 1 1110 Jame?, p. 4 0 O 0 SliHumphe.p 0 0 S 0 0 0 Zabel, n... i o o o io ;?\VIlium?. 1 0 0 0 00 ltKnl??ly.. II 1 OOi) ^ ToUi?j..S4 7 l;l? 12 2j Totais...3?; 512 24 12 i ?Hau??! for riuiupliria?.? In fourth Inning. tBat teil for Zalxl In ninth Inning. Hoset on . 02400001 x?1 Cliltag*.. 21000100 2?? Tv. o-laaa* hit??OowJr. Ev?rs. Throe-b??? hita--"Mat-envllle-, Schmidt. HU???Off Hum phrle**, t In 3 Innlna-a: off Zabel. D In r, tnn l Ina??. H?crMco hit?Humphrl??. S?;rlfl.n n? ; Bmllh. Stolen S.a?*??Schulte, Whitled, ! eSchinMt tt). Moran. Doubl?- plav?Ev<-nt. i r.iaranvlll?-? an?J Schmidt. I*ft cm baue??Clai | ?uso. ?; Boetejn, 6. Fii-Bt l?a?e on balle-OiT i Zabel, 1; off Jame?, 8. Flr?t ba?wi or. error?? . (*hican*o. 1. (Struck out?By Zabel. 1; by Jam??, 6. Time?1:4*. T'mplre*??Bvron an?: O'Connor. GOV. TENER PUTS BAN ON HERZOG Philadelphia, Sept. 28.?Charley Her? zog, manager of the Cincinnati Reds, was indefinitely suspended to-day by i President Tener because of an "insult? ing "??telegram" received at the executive office of the league in New York from the Cincinnati manager. Herzog waa suspended for three days I as the result of an altercation with an i umpire in Boston, when it was said he ! used unbecoming language. This sus I pension, it is alleged, caused him to 1 send the telegram to John Hcydler, secretary of the league. Governor Tener, who waa in thia city to-nigh?- stated that Hersog will re I main uatlar suspension until he has I made a suitable apology. You'll Be Surprised How Good a Suit $25 Will Buy Several hundred patterns. Many imported. New weaves and ?colorings. 1915 advance styles. $25 To Measure Only $25 We are suggesting a number of new ideas in styles that will be very popular. m Samples on request. Broadway CBs* 9th St Jf-vnttetm cnuoannv ??? ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY OUT OF UFE TIP TOPS IN A BATTINC MOOD Pound Three Chicago Pitchers and Win by an Easy Margin. The Chicago Feds had tvfo good in? nings at Washington Park yesterday afternoon, but the Brooklyn Tip Topa had five such fi?mes and won with comparative ease. Tiie score was 9 to 6. The home team made merry at the expense of three Chicago pitchers and piled up seventeen hit-?.. Anderson, | Shaw and Watson, the catcher, w?-ie the \ leading sluggers, tearing off three hits ' apiece. Every man on the team got at, least one binglc. Ed Lafitte let the visitors down with eight hits, but suffered badly in the seventh ?nninr*, whtn four runs were scored off him. Al Shaw lost a home run by a matter of inches in the third inning. His drive to right hit the top of the fence and hounded back into the field of play. Watson, however, made : no half way job of the work. He luted the ball clean out of the grounds, via the right field fence?. The score follows: BROOKLYN* K. 1, n|[. v;<i _?, I. Bbr h puai? abrlip?lie AneVson.lf r.1 3 IMIFIack, If....411 SOS liel?-li'ty..'i 41 1 4 10 Zeider, Us... 4 11 J 1 ?> Shaw, cf.. f, 1 3 30? Wilson .:... .00 ! 0 9 Cooper, rf. 11 1 MO Clemens. ?-.. H 1 : 1 ! Hofnian lb 5 0 3 10 0 '/will I nu-, rf 312 3 0 0 ; UVKt'-ll 3b 11 1 -0i? \Vl?-kl.i??.l. rf 400 1101 Holt, *s. . 4 1 ? 0 4 0!Tinker. sa.. ?01 ?St! Watson, a? 42 3 ? 0 0'Hock. II. 400100?! 1-aOtte, p. it 1 OlOKarrell. 2b.. 30 1 1101 IHendrtx. p. 100 OOO! ILari*.?. p.. .00 0 0 10 f'.lark. 1. 10 1 00 0 ??Walsh. 100 0 0 0 ItSmith, Hs.. loo ooo TMall...Si ? IT tl 10! Totals.Si 5 I 24 8 2 ?Hatted for I-ange In the seventh lnrln*. tllattrt for Tinker In the eighth inning. Breoklya .o 0 3 113 10 x-? <*h|r.aaro .1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0?_ Tw?.--bane hi' -Shaw. Three-bar,?? bit?Holt. Horr.e i uns Watson, /willing. Sucrlfloe hits ?Wieklaad. Lafltte, Coopavr. Ft??l.-n bsw? Arxerson. /.willing, Tlnk?-r. rlofmaa Double plus -Holt to Delel.antv to Hofnian. Lett ??n Cbtcago, I; Bnoklyn, 8. Ha????? on fc.--.ll??tiff Lafltte, t; off Hendrlx, 1. rTii.-k out?Bjr Lefltt?, 8; by Black, 1; by Hendrlx, 1 lilt by pitch.??! ball?By l_afltte? (I.enalrlxi. I'asseel ball?CleiMOS. Wllu . ?alta-h? lllae-k, Tltr.e?2:10. Umpire?? Me-Coimick and Bush. Reds Win Farewell Game with Phillies Philadelphia, Sept. 28. ? Cincinnati won its farewell game of the season here to-day by o ?core of 4 to 3. Both teams gave a wretched exhibition in the field. The score follows: CINCINNATI N. L. j I'lllhALiKLlHIA N.L labrh in ?r sb r li \h> a ?? Daniele, ff 4 21 3 00 Ke-d. s?... r, 0 0 1 4 1 KllUfcr, to 111 0 0'' Byrne. Ib. c i 3 3 1 1 Groh, ns... 10 0 T? 4 1 Mugce. If. _ 0 0 0 01 Y;ngltng.'.f 5fr. 0 0" iKn.ln, If. 31 1 0 0 ?i Miller, rf 4?H ! 0 O.Cravath tf 40 1 1 10 <Jori_-?l.??s.ej 3 0 0 2 2 0 lta??-ke,-. cf % 1 _ 1 ?1 I Kellox;;.:ii 4 u 2 3 70 I.u?lei us.lb j<0 111 o n liiMhsin.l'j 2 1112 ?'I Irelan. ib. 2 0 1 I 4 0 Dent?n, p. 4 00 0 2: Burns, c... 1 o 2 ? 1(1 IlieHchgcr.p 401031 Tctal-? ..3I4S3TKTI Tola Is.. .40 < 12 ?? H 4 Cincinnati. ?I 0 n 0 :; 0 | I 1-4 Philadelphia. 0 1 n 1 2 ? 0 ?? a?j Two-base hit- Ireliati KI1U for i2>. ??r?,h. Ymg.l'n Doubla play?-Ura. laatn (una-ialmed). BacrlBee hit*??OontaliM Kllllfer. Bases on Lall? Oll Demon. 2 i?n Oeaa.hger. 7 l>ft on 1.- ? In? ii na?i. 11; I'hl.adelphla. It I 1 <-rr?jrH ?in rnieatl, 2; Pliila.l.-lp?.*-., 4. Struck oui Hv ?enton, I by Otsehcer. _. Time?l:?r,. l ni'. pires?Klein an?l lin, ? Baltimore Feds Win in a Double-Header Baltimore, Sept. 28.?The Baltimore Feds won two games from St. Louis here to-day, by scores of 5 to 3 and 4 to 3. In the first grame the locals bunched seven of their eight hit? in the fourth and seventh innings for a pair of counters each. Davenport held Baltimore scoreless in the second game, until the sixth inning, when he weakened, and, with the score a tie, was relieved by Gro?me. The scores by in?ngs follow: first nan??: R.H.B. Baltimore. 00021030 x?S 8 1 M. Leoul?. ?iiioiooo 0?3 12 e Ilatterles?Qulrtti and Ja?kliu-h; Crandall. Keupper an?! Chapman. Second same: R.H.S*. Baltimore. 0 0 0 0 0 4 0?4 7 '. 8t. Louis.. 0 2 0.1 ?' ? 0-3 10 1 (OaUed on ???count of dar!.ness.) ' Batterien?Smlt!?. Wllhthii and Kerr; Daven? port, Grooms -rid Hartley. Baseball To-Omy. Washington J?__rk. Tip Tops vs. Baltimore Fed?. 1 1*. M.?A?l? t. BROWN'S HITS COUNT Errors, too, ?elp in Defeating Philadelphia Athletics. fit. Louis, Sept. 28.?Timely hitting and a combination of errors Won for St. Louis over Philadelphia to-day by a score of 7 to 1. Lapp's double and a .?ingle by Mur? phy prevented a shut-out. The score fo lows: ST. LOl'f-1 A. L. 'PHILADELPHIA A.L abr h im. a?i abrhposo Shotten.ff 5 0 3 2 OOlMurphv. rf i 0 1 1 0 0 Austin. 3b r, o 3 1 0 0| Davles.lf.-f 401 2 00 Pratt. 21.. 4 0 ? 2 HJIKopf. 2b.... 4 01 1 3 1 ?'.We-.lf 32 1 1 OOlatrunat. cf.. 100 0 0 0 Wll'tns.rf 3112 0 0|Sweeney. If 100 1 0 0 H'warl.'.h 20 0 4 60|Davls. *.b... 4 0 3 12 00 ?K.W or 10 0 0 0'.?| Walsh.*Ui.?s I ? I I 4 0 KautY'n.'.b 1 1 1 4 OOiBairy, ?a... 20 2 2 2 u Wtaca.M ?0 1 2 lOiCoyne. ?b... 2 00 0 10 Agriow, c42 2 9 10|L*pp. C. 411 4 0 2 Urn;.'?>?!.p '110 1 OICejOT-lb?, P..10O 0 10 lllush. r. ""?o o oo I Worden, p. 1 0 0 0 10 Teta? .317 13 27 11 01 Tot*iv...?1.9?4 12S ?B?ttel for H?.ward In sixth Inning. aSt. Louis.n l 0 1 O O 1 4 x?7 l'l.l.:i.li'lpiila ...U 0 0 0 ? 0 0 1 6?1 Tiro ?see hits?Walln,e?e. Austin. I-api?. Afliew, William?. Three-bass hits??*. Walker. Hits?OS Coombs. 3 In 3 Innings ; ?if- Miian. 2 In 3 Innings; off Worden. 8 In 3 innings. S.n rltV-e hits?Williams. Hamilton, WaI.h'-iv stolen bas? C. Walker (S). Ag ne??. llanillta.n. Sliouen. Double play?Barry :?> Davis. I^ft oa basas -St. Louis. 7; Phila? delphia, S. Bane on balls?Off Coombs, 1 Hit by pitcher?Hy Hamilton (Walshi. SI ruck out?By Hamlltoai. s ; b?' Busb, 3; by Wor ?la-ii. 1 Time, 1:4C. Umpire??Chill and Ol^ughlln. ? > RED SOX WIN IN SECOND Janvrin'8 Triple with Baser. Full Beats White Sox. Chicago, Sept. 28.?Janvrin's triple with thr bases tilled in the second inn? ing gave Boston its final game of the season with Chicago here to-day by a scone of 5 to 2. Lathrop was easy for the visitors and was replaced by Jasper, who pitehed in fino form, giving way for a pinch hitter In the fifth. Russell also worked well. Shore, with good support, had little dif? ficulty holding the White Sox. The score follows: UOn 'N A L. I CHICAGO A. L. abr h po ae| abrh pa? at? ; He n.lf.tf 3114 01 Deinml't. If 411 1 10 .l.'iivi-ln.ss St 1 1 0 0! i;lackb'11.2b 4 01 4 IS HpaMk'r.Ct 313 1 ?""O, Co'. I Ins. rf. 4 0 2 0 0 0 Itebg, if. 10 u 0 0 0?Kouriile-.lb 4 00 I 0 0 i Hooper..-. 4 0 1 0 0 0 Roth. et... 4 1 1 2 0 1 \ Hob'ell.lb 4 0 0 1R 0 0; Weaver. ??.4 0 1 4 10 I Swan'n 2b I? 2 1 4 1, Kuhn. C....100 3 10 j t}'den r. ill 30 0 2 2 0 Mayer. 0... 20 1 4 0 0 I T.aomas.0 4' 1 2 "OBrcton. 3b.. 301 ? 00 I Shore, p ?il 1 0 4 t'll-athrop, p. 000 0 10 iJaspir, p... 10 4 0 0 0 ,'Bodle. 100 9 0?) Mussel?, p.. 20 0 0 2 0 ?i happelle. 100 0 0 0 ! a ?chalk. 101 0 0 0 Totale..34 I U 27 18 1 Totals.. ..3C 2 !? ?7 11 1 ?Batted r.?r Jaipur lii fifth Inning, tBatted for Mayer In ninth Inning. }Batte?d fax Bre? ton In ninth Inning. Boston. 14000000 S-J ihlcaBii. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 l-_ Two-ha se hfts--8?vanion, Collins. Three lias? lili??H?.>prr, Janvrln. Hlts-Off La? throp, fi In 1 2-3 Innings; off Jssper. 1 In 3 1-3 Innliii?;-?: off Hu?a?e?ll, 4 In 4 Innings. Stolen <?ar?lna-r, Speaker. Double play?Oanl h-! to HoblltseD. I_?-rt on baa????Chicago, 7; 7. Ha^e-?< oa balls?By Lathrop, 2; bv Jasper, 1; by Ktiaaetl, l. Hit by pitcher H l?athr?,p iH?-nrik:?a?ni. Htru? k out?My Jasper, 3; by Fh??n?. 3; U\ Huisell. 3. Wild p|:,rhes i Jasper. Rus?mIL Time?1:15. D<JSptrsa?Kv.in? ! an.| t)' Q -?-. Tigers Creep Up on the Senators Detroit, Sept. 28.?Detroit crept with? ' in half a game of third place here to? day by defeating Washington by a score of 11 to 3. Bentley and Ayres were hit hard and often, while Coveleskie wa? never in danger. The store follows: DKTP.Oir A. L. I WASHINGTON A. L. abr hpoael abrhpoac Hush, rs 4 2 1 3 2 01 Mitchell, rf6 00 1 0 1 I Vltf. 2b 3 0 1 3 21 Foster, !b..601 3 11 ?'?il.li, et i 0 3 2 Oui Milan. <f .. 4 02 0 0 0 C'iord..f 4 1 2 3 001 andll, lb.. 400 ? 10 Y each. If? 1 I I 0 0. Shanks. If.. ?O0 ? 00 H'iiian.l.i i : 3 ? 1 n. Morgan, 2b. 3 1 2 2 2 1 Mor1 ty.To 4 3 2 0 4 1! Alnsmirh. t- 4 1 0 3 2 0 Rt'aatst.c 4 1.-7 01 Mc Bride, ss ? 0 0 I 33 Cov'kle.? 3 10 0 80 Smith, ss... Ill 0 10 I Bentley, p.. 201 0 10 | Ayres. ..... 0?S 0 0 1 I Harper, p.. 000 0 Ou ?William*. 100 0 0 0 ItPtck. 101 0 00 Totsls.33 11 10 27 12 5: Totals.. .36 8 8 14 10 7 ?Batted for Bentley In the seventh inning. tDatted for Harper In the ninth Inning. Detr.vt. 110004 GO x?11 Washing.on.. 000000103?3 Two-bsaae hits?Crawford. Morgan. Hits? ?iff Bentley 4 In 6 Innings- off Ayres. 4 Ira 3-3 nrlng: off rtsrper. none In 1 1-3 Irmlreg. Sac? rifice lilts?Vitt, Staoag*. HtoUr. basar??Mor? gan, Smith it), a-obb. Bush. Morlarty, Hell man. Double play?Morgan. Oaixlil and Aln smlth. La-it on bases?Washington, S; De i roll. 0. First base ?Ml balls?Off Cevefeakle, 8. off Benllvy, t; oft Arree, I; off Hsrper. 1. Struck out- By C.ve?eskls, 4; by Bentley. 2; bv Ayre-e. 1; by Harper. 1. Tme? l;??. em? pires?Connolly and Hlkltbrsnd, Results. Standings and Games To-day in Race for Three Baseball Flags National League. WMmtaVS TO^PAT. Pittsburgh at New Ve.rl?. Ht. Louis at llrookl) n. Chicago at Boston. t In? Innatl at Philadelphia. RESULTS OF GAM U YESTERDAY. New York, A; Pittsburgh, '?. New York, 13; Pittsburgh. ?. Brooklyn, 7; St. I-ouls, 3. Boston. ?I Chlrafn. 8. Cincinnati, 4: l'hllaelelphia, 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. W. !.. P C.l IV. I.. P.C. Boston.. . .SI .1? .ion Thlli?.It .3 .490 New Yeark.HO 65 ..VV* ItroeaUjn 71 73 .486 Ht. Loul*...77 I? ..v.!* P.KsiYrgli.r,:* 82 ASS I blcHgo.. . 75 73 .310 Clnclunat I..-.H S9 .403 American League. GAMES TO-DAY. Detroit at St. Loui?. Chleaco at Cleveland. REStLTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY. Cleveland. &: New York. 2. St. laoul?, 7) Philadelphia, 1. Boston. 0; Chicago, t. Detroit, lit Washington. 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. W. L? P.C.' W. L. P.C. Phlla.OS 60 .CM Chtrsago. S ?M .18? Boston...88 M .60S NewYork.67 SO .456 ?.Vua.hton.77 70 .324 St. I.oul?..-?*6 80 .452 Detroit....77 71 JHOi Clevel'nd.4t? 100 .82? ! Federal League. GAMES TO-DAY. Chlca?o at Brooklyn. Kanaa? City at Buffalo (two). St. Loul? at Baltimore. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh. RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY. Brooklyn, ?; Chicago, 5. Pittsburgh. 8; Indian? poll?, t. Baltimore. 5; St. Ixwals. 8. BaltlMMre, 4; 8?. L?ala. 3. Buffalo, 10s Hansa? City, 10. FEDERAL LEAGUE ?STANDING. IV. L P C. W. L. P.C. Chleatja. K 63 .566 Brooklyn...7t 7? JM7 Indian*!'? ??' (?I 3M Km. City..66 77 .463 Baltimore.:* .1 5I? Ht. Louis. .?1 83.424 Buffalo II i?S .332 PltUb'rgh 58 80 .421 HARRIS TOJORE ON LINKS Wins Newspaper Club Title by a Decisive Margin. William W. Harris won the cham? pionship of the New York Newspaper Golf Club at Dui.w?odie yesterday when in the last two rounds he re? turned scores of 92 and 8S for a grand total of 3f?0. This was eigh.een strokes better than the score of I. C. Klynn, who finished second. Only six returned cards, with the fol'ow'r-?- ?-core??; ?First 'Ihinl Fourth ?lay. Kund, rnunil. Total William W. Harria...176 M M sm J. (*. ninn.1X2 '?;. Hl 3e>1 e.rantlsnil 11 Ico .176 W M SO) P. B. lAicat.ISS '?' W VU A. C. Murray.ITS W 161 S8S II. A. Haine?.1W M M K?4 TIP TOPS OFFER TO PLAY SERIES - Wants to Meet Svperbas for Championship of Brooklyn and S"ggest Conditions. John M. Ward, business manager of the Brooklyn Tip Tops, has addressed I a letter to Charles H. Ebbets, chief j owner of the Superbas, suggesting u I post Reason series of games between ! the two clubs for the championship of Brooklyn. It says in part: "The Brooklyn Federal League team will play the Brooklyn National League team for the championship of Brooklyn under the following conditions: "First?The best three out of five games to decide the championship. "Second?The iran??-R to bo ?played alternately at Ebbets Field and Wash? ington Park. The choice of the first game to be decided by the to?3 of a j coin. '?Third?The total receipts to be di I vided as follows: One-third to the player?, of which the players of the j winning team are to receive W) per cent and the piayers of the losing team 40 i per cent; one-third for the expensen o? ! the series; one-third to some charity to I be agreed upon. "Fourth?The umpires officiating, one ' from the Federal League, to be select ed by you, and one from the National ; League, to be selected by this club. "Our reason closes OctobeT \2, and in ? case of your acceptance we would be ?ready to begin this ?.cries as soon thereafter as you may desire " Mr. Ebbets was quoted as saying last I week that the rules of organized base ; ball would preclude such a series, as ! much as he would he willing to satisfy any jreneraa denund of the fan?. This means that the challenge, if such it can be called, must be declined ? Kansas City and Buffalo Feds Tie Buffalo, Sept. 28.?A ten-run tie game between Kansas City and Buffalo to? day was called at the end of the ninth inning on account of darkness. Numerous enors, due to cold weather, resulted on a long drawn-out contest. The score by innings follows: R. H. E Buffalo. 01 000*10.1 1 ?10 7 3 Kansas City... 30001 103 2?10 15 4 llatterlM?Schul?. Moran. Wev.elman and Blair, lAvlajiie: Henning?, Adams, Packard and Kava'.erly. Bluejacket on the Platform. "Jim" Bluejacket, the Shawnee In? dian pitcher of the Brookfed team, gave a short talk on his life before the members of the Central Branch of the Young Men's Christian Association, last night. ? ?asebatl. Polo Orbunda, to-day, 3PM I (liant* v?. Pittsburgh.?Advt. Superbas Win Their Game in First Inning Cutshaw'* Home Run with the Bates Full Quite Enough to Beat the Cardinal?. George Cutshaw, the erstwhile "Pride of Oakland," used his homo run drive in the first inning to clinch a victory for the Superbas over the St. Louis Cardinals at Ebbets Field yesterday af? ternoon. Throe men were on bases with none out when Cutshaw made his mighty smash, and all that remained thereafter was the formality of play? ing through the prescribed nine in? nings. Brooklyn, hftwever, wt-s loath to rest on its laurels and added to the score later. The final score was 7 to 3, and with "Slim" Sallee in the box for tha> greater part of the afternoon. There are some teams that Sallee can bent by throwing his glove on the mound, but the .Superbas arc not in? cluded in the list. The Superbas went right a? the business of winning at the start Myers singled and went to third when Sallee liarle a bad throw oi Hum? mel's grounder to the box. Stengel then singled, scoring Myers. Wheat also drove out a hit, filling the bases. Then CutshEW hit the ball to the flag? pole for a home run. ? In the fourth and eighth innings the Superbas scored airain, John Hummel ilcuring in each of these frames. In the fourth he started with a single, ; took second on Stengel's sacrifice and | was safe at thittl when Beck dropped ! Butler's throw if Wheat's grounder | He scored when Cutshaw drove a long ; fly to'Magee. In the eighth Myers ? tripled and crossed the plate when ' "Silent" John singled to left field. '. Huinmol, howover, died trying to I -tretch the hit, Doian to Hugglns. Following in the steps of many left? 1 handers, Raleigh Aitchison had his er I ratic moments. This lack of stability ? ?vas made manifest in the sixth inning. ? In that frame Miller doubled and took ! third on Wilson's safety. The latter i was forted by Snyder, Getz to Cutshaw, | but Miller scored easily. Snyder reached third when Aitchison cut loose with a wild pitch, and counted on Butler's infield out. Previously the Cardinals counted a tally in the second inning. After Miller reached first on ?** error bv C.ctz Aitchison passed But Comfort for Co<i Diys?Stylish, Te*. [ FancjTVest? at Half Price, I $1.98. Worth $3 and $4. tunnels. Horete?e A Sffaf FOGC Ift6-tft. |Till Cloves W a, f.???. . h?m II [ Be^alarty tlJt Dent'? &*Town?ea' GloTf?, $1.50 White dress Glore?, S8c _Bj^A-?*i-^5?^wiiw?r^ Boesiio? an.-? Btlu?ri * r*wm iTat.leMlfs M. ax i r, __ latiamttmo KanaVst, ?""?? <*? ?Vataa ?wan V__/G 1er and Beck. Then Egan made a bungle and Miller scored. Sallee was hit freely through the seven and one-third innings ho pitched. Niehaus succeeded him and prevented lany runs. While Aitchison stayed on ! the ground he was a puzzle. The r.core follows: BROOKLYN* N. U I ST. IaOCIS X. La aUi* h jvo ae>; abrh po le Myers, ct 4:2 2 0 ?lOIDolan. If... 400 9 M ? Hum* el, "ti 12 111 0 2, Hug?-lnai 2b SOI 1 ?0 Stengel,rf 41 1 1 0? Ma-re?, cf. 4 00 3 0 0 i Wlaeat, '.f?l 8 3 0 J'J. Miller, lb I 2 2 12 0 0 j C-?haw.21) 41 1 6 S ?: Wilson, rf. 4 0 1 4 6 0 I (lets, ?b.. 4 0 1 1 6 0?Snyder. c... 410 2 0 0 Kgan. ?a. I?) 1 2 tuButler. </s..l00 1 21 1 MrCrty.c ?0 0 4 2 ) Heck. Sb... lOO 1 4 1 ?Altehl'n.pIO 1 0 0 0:Salle?. p...30 0 0 11 JMehaus, p. 60 0 0 10 l*R?tzel. 100 0 00 I ??*rui?-e. 101 0 0 0 UNmh. 10 1 0 0? IIKIgger*..... 100 0 0?' Total*..Si 7 12 H U?| Te>Ulie....S63 6Mi:4 "Batted for Beck in th? ninth inning. |Hai:e.l for Nlehau? In the ninth inning. tUattexl fur D.alan in the ninth *nnlng. tBatteM for llugglu? in the ninth Inning Pre-eoklyn .3 6 0 10 0 0 1 x-7 9t. Loula?.0 10 6 0 2 0 0 0?3 I.- ft on Inane?? St. Lout?, S: Brooklyn. 10. T"vo-b*.?e hit??J. Miller, Oui?e. Na; h. Three-ltise hit??J. Miller. Myer?. Horn?.- run ?Cutshaw. Sacrlflc? hit??Aitchison. Stengel. Sacrlfle-e fly?-JUtshaw. Unit base on ernir? ?St. Loula, 2; Brooklyn. 2. Double pUy? Peck and J. Miller. liases on balls?Off Sallee, 2; off Altchli-on, 6. Struck out?By Sallee, I: by Altclalsoa. 4. Hit by pitcher? liv AKchtson. 1 (J. Miller); by Sallee. 1 (McCarty). Wild pitches? AltchUon. 2. Hits ?Off Sallee. 11 in 7% Inning?: off Nletiani?. 1 In % Inning. Tlnae? 1:40. Umplr*??Qua icy and Kason ???Ht) RUNS Road directions, maps and de? scriptive matter retarding any of the following hotels may be obtained oo application. TRIBUNE INFORMATION BUREAU Room 320, Ir-bune BuUdin PkeiM set HsX\\ JEKltKT HOTEL Mo N rCLAIM. Moatrialr. ? el. E??n CcsHert la ?S?r??S tat teMarl?? M.larM. CONMaW-TICtUT. NOK I OIK INN. NorfeU. Coaut. At m Elevataea of l.4?0 Ween. kiAssAcuiSKtrn. HOTEL \arlN-fT4aUa. Leans. is ta? kernst et %k* tt?et? asertmkk*?, K El? LION INN lHmmmS?*w\Awefi*1ms%9. W*m9n\.e _TV istitst*^sma*\m*ttmL''_ W.ENPEL1 HOTEL. ?TtMsassK. ?Ma. A M^ecmU ?Prlew* CKj H?-??l ia tke t'oaatry. C?KTIK H?TEL. Leaos. Misa **Oa ttsa kmamat aia?-"?*>7 fat??*? ????? ???aw?." NEW YOKiV The INN ?f THE ?.AYHOND EIOBOON KCUOOi-, Uiala'aa N. V. _THE INK 18 iPEN ALL YJ?ML NEI-aON UOCttfc FeMcl-Sae-M-?. * I Oa the Ka??aal Toer fr??? Item Vera la I llerkaahire? ?HI PA LAT? M.. Seetbeua. N." ? Tlaa bemeJU at eemmtry wllfc Us? tsamsttmrta i %TI>K. *<ewt?a?B. 1 KfajateTy erltk tSSO eat Ue cttr. ROUTYJ "Peck" Lo??? nit Series When Fails in Box? RECRUITS DO SOME HARD, TIMELY HITT^ Carter, Cleveland Pitcfcr, | Trouble?, T?w>, b t h I* in Pinches. (B> Telegraph to j,,, ,-. Clweland, Sept. M.~R^? pt,ugb experienced his first a since he assumed the daties ?*f 2 the Yankees out of the dsrkaeJ2 second division. His team wmi , root by the Cleveland Nape fcjj afternoon, and for the first tl?_?| short career as a major I afer he was beaten la a score was S to 2. The Yankees lost no growl. battle for fifth place, howevets Chicago White Sox dipped tkotst to the Boston Red Sox Asai of fact, the Yankees gained their defeat. Where four as rated the teams thi- mona three lay between thtra and a9 when the sun set. Carrol Brown, the pet af Sm lantic City Boardwalk, wm hi by the Forest City batters ?*?,_ Included in the batting f?j_J triples by Barbare, s recruit/SL and Wamby. Each of these a_S| smashes figure?! in the scons? jh Joe Jackson was out of the his absence was not felt. Be, two hits as his share of Um , in as many trips to the plate ? man likewise hod a profitable ami the bat. ^ Carter, who twirled for tht was not a puzzle, in the strict the word, and while the rii ten hits he rose to the oceai pinches and showed to best i_ He had a hard time of it in the! inning, when three hits and ten allowed New York to urore ill runs. The scoring of runs b. in ma game. Nemo Liebold star ?d taSeL with a sizzling single to left bill was forced by Chapman, las stole second and scored on triple. In the third more i counted. LieboM singled ?tala took second on a nassed belli man tallied, scoring: LieheH crossed the plate himself wJmo bare flied to Cook. Then the Yankees contractai h?bil. Cook singled to start Uef and rushed all the way hors* ., Liebold allowed Tree's ??nflete pway from h?m. Cree rot to thii?4. scored on Mullin's drive to Wl the sixth Barhare singled, and Gm followed suit. Then Wamby triptedi drove both home. The sco?-e follows: CLEVELAND A. L. '. NEW TOR* 11 abr h pose' \br ?mi Lelhol?.. rf 4 1 .' 1 ii 1 Malaasl Jh. Util Crisp'an.<s 4 2 t 3 ?'? ' Ti-s.isbtt II HI Johns'nlh 40 0 I *?: Daley, It. 44 III Hart*re,"h 2 1 * 10 f.?,lc. rt... 4 1 111 Oraney. If 4 l 1 4 0 n Ciee. ct.... II 1 Smith, e?f. ?0 1 S00 Mullen, tb tr I Wlrab'i,:b 4 0 ? ISO H.-ck'i'.i.?? Kill Ksan. c... *"? 1 ?;0> N'mak-r.c 41 III Carter. p.. 19 9 Ort H..n?! 'A. 14 III i Hrown, p.. IM II ?HsrUaa'l 1| III ?trot?is...? ?T?n s il toi?!s...5?mi ?Hatte?! for Hrown In ninth C1e\elan?l .1 o ? 0 0 t Vew Tofk.o o 0 ? * ? Two-base hit?Nnnamaksr. hits?Barbar*. Chapman, Wamlupa-i rltle-e hit ?smith. Sacrlfia-s 9f Stolen t?SKes--t 'tuepman. Barbers. Double plays?ItaXitae anl Mull?s; Wambsxanss arvl Johnston rtru baila?Garter, 1 ; Bronn. 1. nuoAY} Carter, *; Hrown. 4 Psssed maker * Kirnt <-ii errors ? Nan? York. t_ on bases?ClevelanJ. '? ; New V?>rt, 1 1:10. Umpires?Dlnn???n and Kfu, s ? Pittsburgh Feds Rally and Win in - Pittsburgh, ?Sept. 28.- The I Feds beat out Indianapolis beitl by a score of 3 to 'J, brinftaj mi winning run in the ninth tswaj Berry's double, an out and twer"*^ Campbell's triple earneal two! the visitors in the fifth inning. The score by innings folio?: ?M Httsb.iri.li... . o o o 0 o 0 0 ? M ? Indlanapatlli?... ?)O0o2000l Batteries?Leclalr, Barter KaUerlln?, Kalkenber? ami Baiaa-i ter JIRS-SL KM't IBS *MJ hlPfU?, IMOUtINC as? LANOAUllf Ushslitsrlai. H?wal regnowa, el ?Iyer al A???ts Pslntlai Cs.. US W.J NAIIKK t?Kt??*|iar? fJMgBJ' N.VI-IKK O.aAU?t _loe Met Jia*j?__JL__. VVACNRR 91 ?J ?. Service station for Waro-I rr.or*. Dyr.eto Er.ia. -'??? rV??-trlc alevia^s _ _ TlAMOt._ BTkTi VINS la All "?'??'.?iu, ers of Double- Tires. *>??* ?3: ?rat 4(Mh Ht_ ~\VU? TIKt..OKK?a-?j-j and Tulaee for sale. MA??? ?}",. seventh A?e. __. Till?; ?Nl.t.O-.VMKKl?A.\ <? CO.. Distributer* <?< AH ?f Tir?e, j. Juts??. ^_??-?"^ - - WK i.K?-1." ??O? '!> '?''.'???illl?l?! prie* lift niIN?.? HKI- flKf *1 ??< laTTS Rws? N* V__.__, ,. vol K*? t -Trkwnan e pi'lrff.'a Ntaadard Oil to Oasuleae^ mi (?In ?luallty so4 "??SS ?TA.NDAttD Oil (.A?-Oli*-1 bsw Mot.? Oll?, toe ?J* MAIS 4.AKA4?K 103 W ?la* QA?Aj_j___ New Metroiaolltsia <a?"??S*| Std SL. toi. ?H; ** ?turnee and e^iaplle? tu ms-**^ u IOJ4..I)' \ror\jJiJLg, nSSTlala lamp H?**^J**J?mn\W. Bryant 4'."i?. RaJla?^J^7????, facturera of any style sW? ?^Jj 1 >?n>ps. AtTOMOBlat.*. Junmti ltyt-fijs Jandorf An*5!fSP WE MAVI ?,0Vt'raJ I7W BriMMlwiy ??jJftS N?-w r?trtos ??_?; fi Tima ?M<i*jJJP| evtsv awowM Atsssm ?S- Prices 11?; Latest MoatoU. Smtl AS4?1?- ? Jandorf ?4-o!iT^ AUTO OlfAitg 1?83Brii??wi,.*M*^}Si i;?j Brosd.sy. I?? f*?3U AVMOS. Tiws a *?___