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Too Much for Robins Gianl Soulfipaw Holds Rival Batsmen to 2 Hits, 1 Being Momcr. ERROR BY IVAN OLSON I EADSTOFOURRUNS Nap Rucker Allows Only Si\ Safeties, Three of Them Infield Taps. ?-. i i:\nk oNEll.L. ' ad ? fl?a ( clear of the B ? ? ibbed thrir tl boar.l and fall down. Hiea trimtaed the men pf ? double bowed to the Bchapp and 0 Grounds. atnpiona now ba?e a ? irtobla leaH i rr the i ajamo on the ? big mlght ?? Harlem meadow. Had rro mder by ? have ? rough to victory. . I..11. either. ? anough to ... -.-el not too Three Hits in Row. i two men ? had Planty of rhal gaare the Gianta - ,he hlunder, and four . .after Ituckor I . . . pitched one of the rareer, allowing terthe econd mn . ; . ed with the Brook ; 0v'> ,hr*p all eaeepl l ;,n error on a ? mie Johnston. ato fta obins, Theae included , . n into | 'he r . "r a nonie ' thi lame frame KoB : tl ? - ? I on Bobert '? ? er in a loopinj: fly by the third. previoualy. . a home run inl ? on of ecoring , .v r?? f, ? -i and the honor of Brooklyn r to advance co far as aeeond Kour men in all pot on. Paubert -. .4 double l Cutahaw Bln nd, but m- out steal naton arrlared ot the when \o wore out, and out at flrat on a fl RachCt Shows Cunning. t a team to do much pitehing of that .- all eredit to Schui? ' .... ? playad in nar i ]UC'K old arm of the Geor like a rew tia worka l ry. He allowed half a . and three ? i that took .-.- from the fleld - ? ? ougn to gi ? ? were .;. when ??irou^-h r.o great fault - run aent him off in ? bi tho martriti held it until the marhine ttle toward ng a i . | ....... all, it was the error of corn ? Ich deeided tho Bun flrat man up in the to Paubert, B Ol rr niar.apor 'shaw, mak ? ? ? ,'lmmerman then ? 'r- on ba'la, and ? ? ght down to ? fllling th' I ? en re llard a wohk hit to Mnwr'T. moving tho men up, and Holke dropped a :? Zim morman ?;? I the plate, and srorinjr on ? ? baw, wbleh ? ipp brout'ht tho rali ? Sharp Play hy Mnwre\. New York ha^ a ehanea to put a ? h i n n - ? i ? head. J;v tck and aaa tried 4 rro \% ? ? ? a a bont wltb 1 in on tha ball, and, makmjr a fnap throw to - ? ? ?- wl'.h - '? rapldly making the Boots and Bingles. The Robins hit the trall for Boston Uul mpht to settle their individual row with Stalling-s and hlfl Uraves. A | one and one-half pame? lep the tesms, and a double header wi 1 he played this afternoon. hobhie . ? ,i Sherrod Smith ai d E I f*??" ? tl i BraT?a,,whlle Stalllaffs btleai rely on Rudo.ph and Tyler to check the Robins. Bnck Wheal l* mahlaf ? bold bid for aora in the National I.rapue le stari menths ago. and hpvered i mark, bobb ng ? the eharmed eirele from time to . trip throuch the West , ., r .300, and he 1 during the . Philadelphia and this city. a traction stnke is a sort of a The men ? i right out, bul th'' cars contin ? run. Thev earried some l . . ; ,.? ? terday ,?<] there was no inconveni ence to any one. Seooping up thes* hard hit groun<ier.? nd getting m actual eoflflii nething el?e again Howi ver, Jacl Ki the young ihortatop from Denver, looks and if th* Robina are ? enl of th* i mi ? g, or if they the pennant, Jack will surely jret his chance. fans forgel that such a person as r ever lired. Tha Roches * playing a preat game getawa) bag, and ia hitting like ? wild man, He took a double ripht away froBi Otto M ller in the third frame by going away back on tho th* ripht fleld I ? ng fly thal good ",; gold. Then he turned hia a' . to Buck Wheat, and i that Avorthy of a double ar leas! ? ,-mash thal WBS tirketed for thr" i "f right fleld. The *core folloa -: BROOKLTN IN L I ' RR <N 1*1 ? ' . 0 P'irns. I I - ? ? ' < ? ? I ' I K ? ' I I 1 6 1 '< p... 30 1 1 1 0 Totn: . I .. latl SM8T7S1 ?Battad foi R'u-ker in UM nln'.h b III I B I I i a i ? * i * i?i i - . H'beat. 8 -? baat Kaoll ? ? ?-..??-?. Nn 1 i ? ? ? PENN STATE FOOTBALL MEN GET FIRST DRILL ? t* College, Penn., Sept. 7. clan of gridiron gladiaton 'o hered n the local with two praetiee pei Under the watchful eyi ol Head i HarloB aad threi ... ti.'- Sl it* tean throuph two houri of lighl < ?<? rei i. Harlow peraonally directed me work of the linemen; Ihitch ll'rmann, the fre?hman coarh. looked after the back Aeld men, and Martin and Hert Harron, the latter a 1'enn State i nd of 1916 and ted the end candidatei. ].f.,i by Captain Jeff Clark, the follow ing men were on band: Higrins, Cuh ? tarneckie, Edgerton, Kraft, Par Beek, Ege, Krnshank, Tavener, Iquiat, Smitb, Jones, K i r Heaa, Wilsoa, Levinaon, Schneiderraan, Robb, Gi i, ? ? RUTGERS MAY SHIFT ITS FOOTBALL CAMP New lc, N. .1., Sept. 't 1 ? ' zers football praetiee may have training camp al I atoi on at'.-- ll ? ? ? - nfantili ?car* ng of the ci been poatponed until 0 I bei Ten ? ii en made to play the opening game with Albright at the latteri home groundi instead of thing hai been Homer Haiel, the man who is cx place . . . ? year, a reraged over to hia pm r, and Coaeh Sanford expecti him to develop ? has been shlfted to Nash'a place at tackle, and the Indian itay there all season. ALL-AMERICAN SOCCER TEAM STARTS FOR HOME BtOCkholm, Sept. 7, via I.ondon, Sept. g, Xh< '? "' eriean loccer football team lefl her* -"-nipht for Christianin, fn.m which.rill sail for New ?amcr Oacar II. members of the team wera gWen n mos! eordial send-off by a large crowd, which followri! them to th* l Bl ? I re i as tlio train drew out. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE IS SUED BY WOMAN San I raa* <r", Sept, 7. A iui1 ? g that the Pacii e Coasi League , truat aad thal I ? ' txtent 1 t ] le th* e to ma - b la tas Ui Coart here to-day. ? rr Jaeoba, tha romplain an*, seek to raeewer 631,600) three times the amount she claims to have leat th* defunct Saemmento elnb, - frar.rh"-e WBI SOld to th* Sall Tha aail is brought onder the Shermar. anti-trust law. Results of Games in Two Leagues And Standing of Baitling Teams NATIONAL LEAGUaa. AMKKICAN LEAGUaa, (. \MlT^~l"o DAY. GAMES TO-DAT. Thlladelphia nt \ew York (two). : New York nl Philadrlphin. Brooklyn at i;.,4?<.n (two). Baaaliin al Wa?hinat<>n. Cnkaaga ?t Plttaabwrgfc. Sl Laaaaaataa ?t DetraaL Claelaaatl at st. Laaaia. Clawasaad at ( hirago. RFS1T.TS Of OaUfTJ YKSTKIMHY. Kl.SIT.TS Ol GAJfEfl . KSTKKHAY. .,,.., ,, , Waahington. I; Ni? ^ ork. I. New Wk, I; Hrookhn, I w Wk ,. W|1.hln>c?(n , phlladerphla, l; Boalaaa, 2. S( |<iU(s ,, ,,Hr? , -, 1-Mi.i.i. IphJa, ?'.. Boatoaa, o. ,., , M , Phllaalalplila, 0 Plttaawrgk 0; Cklragn, ? Chicaga, ?'>. ( le\rland. I. s \ 11<> . \i i i.m.i I -twdiv. iMERII UI i EACI l BTANDING. M j j-, w l. |\ w. I,. IV \v, L iv. PMIa 78 18 *.0, J'iltab.h 01 *>7 477 fioaton. 76 00 .5M> N. York 6'J 63 .522 Br'kJfn 71 61 592''hieago 59 72 .451 Detroit 75 5X .564 ( leve'd. 6* 65 .511 jk#l,ia 71 51 .512Ht.l>oulB.,6 76 .427 Chlrgo 74 08 .881 V\aah'n. 66 6t .60* N Y</rk O ?2 -amnrTnatHil HO J88 I fit l*.? a 70 63 .526 I'hlla 29 101.22.1 Somebody Is Always Taking the Joy Oui of Life By BRIGGS Feature Facts for the Fans Si'htipp paAe Ihe Robins only t*o Mta, In Ihe first game every Qtiaker in the Phllly*Bravea pame made one or more hits. The ( ubs uied sevenleen men in Iheir game aith Ihe I'iratas. The only runs srorcd in the I'hil lies-Brarea aacaaid caateai ??*re made h\ Ihe (juaUrrs in tha ninth. l.arry (iardner ilalacatcal a toe and i" out af Ihe gaJBC. Red Sox. outhattcd and oiilfielded, shut out the Athletlca. Bases on Balls Aid White Sox to Defeat lndians Chieago, Sept. 7.?Chleago fell on Bagby in the eighth inning I , by walk* off him and Counibe ? wild thrv.v by Kavanafh, won frt m Clei eland, ? ? Indiana hit Faber hard, but fast Aelding, in which Schalk i-'arrrd, kept ? ? ? running to ? ? md was forced . thi game, Roth wai expelled for proteating ee hemently on a deciaion. A st?-al ol by Wambsg ?? '? itara. ? ?.i.AMi (A. L ;- ' <\ i h poaa Grane) I I 4 001J rolllna, rt 4 11 I ? r 4i .- 4 ? ? rf 0. 402 4 10 2 1111' ?.aa 4 111. I .H 0 11 112 1 0 . I 124 a t i n w i I l) ii 0 1 0 0 'I 4 I ? iVai . I I ' ' ? .! IVaaaaf - ? i 1*0. . . . ? - ' ? ' - ? " ' ? Illl, ?? ? * ? ? J? -" ? ? . t. I; bj a YANKEE BALL SCOUT ATTACHS THE MOVIES Thi- ? ? ? blame.l by Pick Kin ? for the Yanki i . for some ? alleged lark of intereat m ba.se ? jiart of youth. tand on the eorner here and p>e a qaarter to the first fl*a you tee," he ?Vnu will 'o- that r'rst 'hey drop in then theyli be in a n theatre ? t's the healtl ??'?? 11. Thej aira for houra ? ? tl . ?.e oui enjoyiag ? ? Minor League Results. IBlBJaBAIMBaAI. .i.-.. H 11 F Ran - I M I I f I I M I I i . nolllOOJillfl -??' h | MeAfBf, BBBBBBaiB ?f a- ! I A. i -. n. h v. I M I I M ? H I I I I * 1 I ? a?I S I ???"?' .-.'iirl 11 11 1 Illl || , . : r, n n , ; i ? . " Rcrbtrt i is ii r M 114 0 14 i a s ? 8 8 * l?I 8 i ? . ita t* ? . ? ? i. AMKBIl iv A - -ih IATIO.N ' i " i ? . , , p Kaaaaa I i roaa btatb lraoi i ' ? I(.?'lrf 1 Uaria ' . Blai! ?r t I . ? llarr- . 4. '< ? | | I' ?? . ? ? ll. 1 . . . ? I 1. : 1 1 . ? . r . 1. B> t. I 1 | . ? I . . II A- .4' '4. 1 ? ?a. n ' . mia, 6; UUla Back, 1 (.lanta To day wtlli I'lillaitelphla. Iltl PM Phillies Deal Boston Hraves Crushing lilow Rixcy and Mayer Baffle Stallinps C.lan HtlghCfl Hurt and Quits Gamc. Ba ? ? 1 Fh'.la.lelphia wor. both : . 'on to day, the ; ??. 12 and 11 ond by 2 t.. 0 In ley allowed oniy ? ? ?Mith inninp, when tho !. I their two runs ? error by Niehoff. Ragan . ind Reulbaek wai the ninth. Thr ? i a pitchinp duel ? :; ktayer and Hughei up to tho ? ?:, li.irnrs rflievo.i ick on th* back of with a pitehed ball. The Pl orad their two runs in the nii ingle by Ludarua, after two were down, and aa error by Stnith had I The i inar oaara TH.'I.A (N I. Bi ISTON IN !. i abrfe '? . I ? ?'. . | - | | ) 4 1 0 f 4 i i a i i i ? i i 4 rf: e a a a a rf 4 r( :n a ai ?.-<?? ii in i i i 4ii a ii < I . ! 1 II I ? ; i :: I 0 4 4 0 P I|| 0 4I >| 0 0 0 ? >r. l o o 0 o 0 Tetala C4i:i7U ? r. 15 i ?Baltad foi R?g4n ln flih'h lo- l-a i a a a i a i a a?| > ? a a a a i a a?j .. ... .. M? I' ?<! ;? u l i ..." Rliej, ? , - ? ? ui 11/ .? '. ? 4 14" CONTI UAME I'HII.A IN I. i. UO8T0N (N l. . t ahrtipoaa t.cf 4 ' Mar'nvllle.aa 4 ? ? - lb.. 40111 ? ? ' 4 ? ! 10 0 10 3 0 0 '? Ptchv.lb 101 711 ? lh 4 o 2 i ? - . i | i i ? k | i J j l) i l| f. I o I 1 - H IghM, p... lll I ! fl M p 1 I fl t 1 0 ,,-?. 100000 Tatala ?Battad '? - B . ? ? "M I-.rlr < i .- | n fl ? ; I flOOOIOOUOO Uv< H'rp4l ' -. ? - . ., .. Bl '? ? Uxlai ii \a ?? . i . , H, taa i lu-r-. ' II .V ' . ' l.ir ?? ] " " a ! , m ? la "> . I ?l rf ' I i i i - . ? B| Mi ??- 1-4."', all <;ow.ij. ' ? . -. !? - ., . ? : ?? PIRATES WIN SLUGGING MATCH FROM THE CUBS Pitl bnrgh, Bapt 7. Hrary hittinjj feaiured to-day'i game, Pittsburph winning from ( biataga by a score of ? I After yielding ?;x hita and three runa, Packard waa taken out in tha d inning. Prendergmat, who took ia waa bit hard. Manaaua araa fi read from the ho* in tha aeventh. ('ooper relieving him wtiile the tying run was on third and no onr out, and h?-ld the visitors run laaa tha real of tho ?rame. Tha core followa: niicA43o ?- 1.1 prrnratrROH m t*. ahr h[ii? : 0 0i Warnet D ? l i .. i | '-?100 ? . | i ' ' ' ? I 1 4 21 . ? 110 10 lohnal n lt. 1 I 10 1 ? ml It. c II 1 4 la . ' tnaua.p 3 1 l oio i i i h'i.-i -i-r. I. aa o i l u . -> .-> o a i I ? . ? ? -, J. .. .1 0 i 1 . I 41.. 1 0 0 fl fl fl fetala 11 4 II "I 14 .. T>i il? ? 'l ? ?lll--. ? ' ? I ...-;?, IBatlKt fnr !>?? i-.?4.>i li ilith - , iBiltud for Cai i Innlnj ? a a i a a t o ??4 i t l a i e a a i ...-??. U ? /. - A ,,- ., -p ... ?..,. ? ???' Bl ' ? l i. n 14., ai ? r 4- l i- . m i iribj 4 I Ball l i.r- i . .,,? ? i ... . - ? na ? - i .rr \i4ni4iu i ii ?? 4 i >,r- runa off r. -nl I aott I te 1 l-l . ?-? ' ai. J : la I : i inn ii.ct afl Caraar. s 4. | aaaa ii I toaaaaja; off Manaui ? 41.-t 4 ii. l : .1,4,. n-.i.? mit |a aafantta './.-.? i ?" . -.nr | an.| nona to I tnnlngi Birurk ...i hir M4-i:4>.? | ,...- bbU ? Aaaaaa Lb gum. hii.ii aol Xucn. Tima 114. Club Standing in International GAMES TO-DAY. PrnA idence at Ncwark. Rirhmond al Haltimore. Montreal al Toronto. Rmhester al Ruff.ilo. BESULTS OF GAMES VKSTKRDAY. Newark, 1 ; Rirhmond. 0. I'm* idenre, ii; Ha Iti more, I. Huffalo, 2: Horhcstcr. I. Toronlo, 7; Montreal. I. Montreal. 4; Toronto, 1 (7 in'gs; iarkaeaa). BTANOING OF TEAMS. w. i.. I-... \\. L lv Huffalo 7.'i 56 JMBalt... 67 hl .515 lor'to.. 66 :>7 ?48 Rieh'd 56 70 .456 |>ro\ 76 56 ..">I7 Rorh'r. .">?> 70 .110 Mi.nt'l.iia nO .."il'O Newark 56 7? 361 Newarks Blank Richmonds in Deciding Game It was N'cwark's turn yesterday to register a shut-out, ard the lndians turned the trick on Rirhmond by tha rnre of 1 to 6. It WBB the deciding t'amc of the series, and it marked the :'.rst Fi'ries the Newark team won in n oip than a month. The eonteal wa^ a ritchers' battle between Bort Wilkinsoa, one of tho lndians' br-t alabmeB, and Grabel, Kirhmond's star twirler. N'ewark pot ? nly two hita, against sis for Bich mond, but Wilkinaon ha.l the f ? of airtiglu aupport. Richmond'i - ? (?rr..r waa coatly. It gave Newark it^ run and il I \ IctOl y. || happened thia arayi Cabble fanned in the eighth and Stafford i op| i Hendrix Healey walked, and aa W I ter pal up a hi^h fly to centre Hi a ? l.it th<- patha for the plate L< al e dropped th* By, and Healey wa on tho robber. The Bcore followi i NEWARK I La). RICHMOND ' L a'. r ti | .1 4 e Cal ia, 21 4*0 * ? ? '-'v ? itafl l.aa 2*0 2 10 |f 2 1 0 1 0 0 ."..,.? '? Wltter, rf 4 ??> l ] I 0 It, ? .-.?? |i'ir?ln. lbllt I Hilaake ari f 100 4 1 0 I IN i lt> ,281 780 II f bo]Ki ? f. 481 880 Bgan, ' . 288 S tl Moore, % (00 I n.p 2 80 8 I i ' l " . I*. ; I " T"ta.;s . B l ::: 14 o Toi ili I taifl | ? 8 8 8 8 8 1 a?1 .) o 0 0 0 0 0 ' U r II-? -i l . ? - - rill M : ?, , iat B ????- Pwo-baaa . . - . - ? ? : . ? i - HII b) - 48 . Rltter aa. il ? i rabU ': !? S'afT"r.| Nawart I u Si rart R i :. rjrai H>n ., - I ?.,:.,. i RED SOX HAVE LUCK AND BEAT ATHLETICS Philadelphia. Sept 7 Although out . Ided by the Atl Ii I tha BoatoB Red Sos won to day's game by 2 to o. The only srnring was done in the fnurth .'.rnnp. whaa Jaavrin gol I oaly baa* on balla gtvta by Nabora. Hetaieh threw w:!d tn aeeond on Walah'fl bunt, Boblitscll'fl out sent .I.iivrin home and VYalah stole third and counted on Bcott'fl fingle. (iardni-r was ur.able to play, as he had a toe dislaeatad ytaterday. He probably will be out of the game for :everal days. BaBBBfar C'arrigan, who was suspended by Prosideat Johnson yeaterdaj for three days, avhs rem day. The acore followai POK < A i. i i 11 ii - v ? ? abrh | . pn ? a lln >per rt 4 0* I 10 Witl aa 101 1 n.ih 111 I rf. S I 0 4 0 'i | 00 I ? ai Innia lb S 0 114 .4. otl ?? -."144! I'L .. U> 11121 ?.1 i a ? .. .I 4 ?? I".. i i ii. 100 4 Sl In*; ora !? 181 ?111 ara .... 188 Tatalau.9 : ? -'? II3 TataRi :? I" ?lla't?-t f"r Nal^ra I: I . | i 4 0 | ? i 8 A : PtillaiWpM* ii n ii ii ii i a ? i . ?.?.;?? Tl - ?? ?- ' - U '? ? i | , u in ^4. rifl a lilla?W .... I at I llr.l I , - i ,., ag Maa ra. I l i - \.'. I S'ri. k ..ili !.. I ? , I Irm Nallln ,i 1 " I ? '14' 111 l'i .- 1 .'1 Cubans to Play Doubleheader. Tha I-"ng Rranrh CBBSas and the I'uban St:4rs, the two leadmg Cuban taams now in this country. will play a riotibleheider for the ("uban rhampion shjp. on Sunday, at Olympic 1- icld. aSV. Louis Browns Take WeirdGame From the Tigers Jennings Uses Five Pitchcrs, Who Mand Out Thirteen Bascs on Balls. Detroit, Sapt 7. Detroit'a pormant reeeived a aetback to-day when St Louii took a waird garaa from the borne ' im bj a aecre of 0 to o. The generoaity of tho Ti^er pitehere, Of whotn five were Uaed, was rospon ? ?!- -ho dcfaat Thirteen viaiting . " ed baaei on balls. In tha tit'h inninjj, with two out, nglad. Dauaa then paaaad ??:.:! in a row, foreing ona run m and leaving tho baaaei Olled for his r. Piiland. Tho lattor jrave two mora bases on balL, foreing in two I ins. Fifty mmutes was lost becau?e of a levere wind and rain storm. I he ?eore follows : rotais. 3i i iaoi n t l ? ? i infha ? the t c'.'h linlnj. Bl | ...., ,i ,. , i .-) o o ? 13 1 ? ? o 1 1 fl ", , ? . ? ? - - , ? ? lilli . - <?-.,?- i lartli -i" I itt aiul Hblrr; Vearh. I Left on ba?M?8t. 1 Off :>...-? If K I " Dubm 4 ? I . ? ..- ' UM?Off Imti-i, . I I . - 41 V .. i _? ntu ind I > 4 .' :i - r . . . I l i nr 1 ? ta ona ?.' ).: 'ii- rlihtl ..." i iinnlnthan. ? ' I ... .... iu '..'. Mlllfi B - Co i,.. k ba Plahk. I .- . 1 v\ ? Htanaaa ..-). i -:?:??? li; :? rai l ind Cooaalljr, SANFORD HORSES SOLD FOR $24,375 Twalve thoroughbredi of tho ^tablc of John E. Sanford v.rro diapoaad of at BUCtion prior to tho tir~t rare in tho paddoek at Belmont Purk yeaterday afternoon. The dozen realiaed $_'l,:)7.">. iin avera^e of about 82,027. Leoeharea, a bay galding that won the first race of tho prasent a-.itumn nn-ot ir.k' at Belmont, bmught the top price , ? J 1,600, He wi taed bj w, P. <>rr. St.Isidore'a throe-\oar-old gald? ing, wa i ?? taed by A. K. Maeomber for M,"?"?'. '?' f. Tighe bougbl ijuam., a four year i i eolt, for 88*300. Pollowing II a liat of the stock sold, with the purchasers and the prices paid: i c ??y i bbbi ' Ba lella w r II.IM ' ,4 : o .0 : i - . . R4 ? un . i; preaal ? r n - l 4-o t . i. t.y lalilor- <?ri4f?. A K Ma. mtwr 4.:v>0 tfl ' -. !> l4ld->r -On? I I,o?r. U 1. 900 KiikMinr. ca. r. 2. br Call l'? ~> Bprl'a; II II l|. ',4Ti i 4.1-: ? r Br - ??. .. I*aj .-4 n p .IT . 4 ? i ? -4 BanU U?!it :: ;?..-. ? | ... 4 , i f Tlal i i .. :: i--. '.< I !. . : ..?.. i. -. . J K. Darir....... I.T04 ? -. ? WAGNER NOW LEADS LEAGUE AT BATTING Time has turned hackward ia it* flurht for Haaa Wagner. The Grand Old Man of the Pmites is back nt his po^t leadiag the hattors of the Nu tjonal Leagae, aceordiag to unolBeial wagnar la wallopiag the hall ?i th all li:" old tima \ivri>r, and pomts to a marh of .--;."i?"? with pardonable pride. Well tnay he, for this is his nineteenth icaaon under tho bijr tent. v. agner lad tha National Leagua 'be last time in 1811, with a m.irk of ..'UI. in 1812 ba dropped i" pointa la the averagea, and tha following y.-ar found him hitting only .300, Ihe faai wept when H.ir.s hit only .'_'M in 1814, and Were all ready to chant his raajfjiam. Ue perked up a bit last year und hit L'74, and nere ho ia at t*a? top of the liat once mora, ? - Phillies Boost Lead for Pennant Winning two games from Roston. I'hiladclphia strengthened it?* lead on first place in the race for the National I.eague pennant. Rrooklyn, deapite a defeat at the hands of New York, retained serond place. Koston and < hicago American I.eague hopes were raised by \ic tories, ahile Delroit lust lo St. I.ouis. The Brawa's win. while Ihe lankecs got no better than an 8*?B split from Washington. gava them fourth place once more. Carolina Victor Over Ventura in Yacht Race Bj CAPTAIN IAMES C Sl MMF.RS. In B splendid breeze from the eaat seventeen yachts started yesterday in the New York Yacht (.'lub's annual race for the Autumn t'ups, sailed over the club'* eoaraes on Long Island Sound, starting from (Hen Cove. In the "tiftic.s" Gaorge Nichols's Carolina proved the wlaaor, defi George F. Raker, jr.'s, Y.ntura by a margin of 2'Z BOCOads. Aftar ? rlose race around the r.i't-mile cours. 0 rer G. Jeaninga'a Pauline won the prisa in the forty-foot clasa, defeating Wil son IfarshaU's Jaaaica by Amoag the "thirtMs" Ogdoa Reid'i I.ena was the winner. .1. H. Mahlat llker. III t'inished ftrat, but. not havirig a club member on board, ihe wa eligible for a prize. Th" racing in this ilso was eloae, the Lena winning 'rutri the Alrra by .; i leconde. K Wal ter Clark'i ichooner Irolita had a sail over. Ifiladi, her only oppoBOBt, with draa lap. Tl e atart was made Bt 1:16 in a freah eaaterly breese, George W, Scott'a aehooner Miladi croaaing I ? \:no Bt the 'veathrr end, lendmg the Irolita, which WBS .traveij;ng faater, bj i boi * a b'ngth. Roth" earned maintopmast Staysails. The Irol '., lOOR took tho lead. She ro'i: d< lirst mark several minutes ahead of the Miladi. Geonre Nichola ?ent his Cbi BWBf flrat after tlie sipnal for the ? " She eroased at the !?? of the 'ine ur.der good headwav. \V E. Dodge'a Saraari cama next, with Georgi F. Baker, jr.'s, Ventura in her wake, H. P. U'bitney'.s Barbara to tha arind w.ini of her. and .1. P. Margaa'a Gray ling a leagtb n-tern of tho Sameri. Six of the "forties," 1, ,| by GoorgO H. Pyaehoa'a Mistral in the we bcrth, got away nlmost bOBtB ai i beam a fi w MCBBdl after the as 1 ia order from wladward to '?? fcftstral, Rowdy, Paaline, and Maisie, all on 'he itarbo .! ' I The Jessica erOBBCd on the pnrt tBCB, - to the oppoaito tack 8 mir.ute I ll r The "thirtii's" made a good st.irt. with the Alera ar.d I ? well to wladward, and the Ltn i Okec a leflfth satcra of thi The aummarlea follow: RCHOOXKBS ? BTABT 1 L* mirtsi , MILEfl Plnlal TarM ani M ?- II \1 - II M a .,,.:. , i ;; n l'i . . . - . ;? ? A new vuRK y < nrnsa btart, i u ?. UUJM i-ar"'lna. 0 N ? 1:18:88 I I ? i; y Baki r ]r 4 . : 4 W'tlhdraa ?? ? ? . II ? SEAA ^ 'ii'.u A . FOBTI1 - -; x I ' "' 881 I 114 Mll.r> j. 4 11 ? ? i v n Maraha 4 i. ? " . - 4'|. 4. i Mi ||. K Ha ? ? Utatral, o At r i,, M.W A"IU\ A i rillBTtEH -1 4!il . . ooi aaa i ? Aiii.t a - i. i; Baaaataan ? i . , rtf lan U<-' I 4 Alrra. J I. ? Mttf 4 LtMBeee, ll II Ku!?i.kinuf l i Cornell vs. Gettysburg. Ithaca. N. Y.. Sept. 7. COTBBll will open the football Boaaoa Moaday, 0* t.iin'r '.?. with b gamo with Gettyabarg, Gradaata Manager Keat annouoced to day, Football praetiee will begin on Septembor 26 Derby Isle Wins on Track. Wnrcester, Mass., Sept. 7. Kour raiett WBfO decided at the last cUa of the New Kngland Fair to day. Derby I Isle, 2:14'^. won hia aecomi race of j the wrek in the 2:17 pace. Watercreaa, after Iive heats, took tha 2;0i tiot. m YANKS LOSE GAME AND THfii BEAT SENATOR] Home-Run Baker Sho? He Is Rounding jn|0 Form?Gcts 3 Hits. Washintrton. Sept. 7. Or.a n~ three was ' . Iior.ovaa.',* kees could do with the r*jv*J*_ Senator?. and it made thom fc hardeat to . The t ..lr.it fell a" th.- rrcaaj u. ta-ajay'a double ? ,??? .t itors won b> :i -.-??? . ? :, ? fith'j men t".>k the count of ."? to 1 Then- waa l?anai. Donovan in ipil ? ? ? game in th. Haker gave everj faal rounding inl him a terior ???- . . ear'.n-r in tha ic n in Th. turned cor-. 1 aoandtng blow elafh, and in the aei i . BBaaaj boostod hia average arita t?o ? imacka. !>,?? ^ ankep? wrr.- aomewhaj ??,. in their tirat try, .,'.. ' if gilt Mogridge safi l\ Poor throw-s by \ gavo the B< runa in taaT inning. Mai-.-l ? '? thi bb w ith a posible .! . two plj killuiK - brace Support >a\.s Caaaa The Tanki ?, ? ,N quently and i vi it lattfr simply di . York ? possihli \ otk'.-i the linini in the pinches .. through many .. ment. I iiiiii.viiii's ela , the sami .. ? .: i,. ? m ?? ? ,v.i with men on were doubles, \\ i fourth. oui. ? it pauirh, Pipp aml !'. vadera from a Gallia waa till lalaj., pleked Olf second on Henry. That br.ha back of -? rallj ln the flfth, - ith and i?v4-' nine? double ?? i by '? York. as < lefl B ? midwav. M tnple aeeounti ?'? ? tifrtn'iki run ir tho eighth, Tho Tankeei ? rlo .k.-d a on many One op] I game. Il.i^-hie High w when he tried i miio'.d error, a fumble of il I I - , !'? kinnaugh h.t ? ? . i in High had ara k< ' Raktrfcwa with only or.. .. il Triple b) M'lh. N'ei' Y..r fifth tor twu i - t?i r' Magee bcat hv Ho tallied on H nNn i-rn? ? .' ' ?.-? a roor re iv to ? After two laa a half of thi |tea rat* of these na Leonai ; by Fon aml M lan The 11- ? - ' eighth nn I'raft. inning earln r. !' ? wi'h on!) vaneed then I run whilo McBi di Angel Aragon, a I in th Waah ington th eivrh-- ? t'raf- ' foi P(. !???,.. foi anuffed oul li t aa He sprir.ted lo l and acored on f Hi.kor threw i ? raliy eould be tui ' * 11-. two .Hit in the i l ' fu?ed to faltei Fiaher m I the Senatora a! I al Tho aeorea foliow: m : \\ i i ? rf i I al ?' - a Women Swimmers at Shaa^ -? ? S-v.-ral promin. Includlag <?!?? Oortnti th- United Statea, are ? M'"';^'h.^ part in a series of racea al - on Pelaware. Pe. '% i roa --i-.l progi ' .|. Middle Atlantic ehampioi t r'/,*? y.rds; a half-m.le P f?.r three priiee; an .-\v '?* ;< taring; a 1"" yard reaeua ra . two priaea; a -'?'? I ??"??. ">" , ., af hibition of fancj di/ini i hibition of aquaplatin-.K' Amuscments will be ^ to-day on Page a.