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For Clan of MeGraw Slim Sallee l_caves Bed of Paifi to Boost Record of Giants. NARY A RUN CAN CHICAGO CUBS SCORE Davey Robertson Makes Timely Triplc in Third? Tinker Fails in Pinch. S1in .' .. ' ??**?'???* !'n,>1' ? the GlanU P ?? Bl ln tl.e Sl rifi i \4 , ? . ' ' Bl raa E to 0. ?? . . ? .idium this nftrrnoon header with the ? ardinala. MeGraw'a raeoB . ? 81 . . for canaeeuti-e win*. . i all that aUndi ttlc Napol. baaeball, th.e game tt tho anperviaioB of ? ? hicago *.'.?. toward 1 f thi ant run. ;i . pot break ... and back stron* _* r. tho fare ? ? of twenty . ? many yoar- apo hy tl ??'?? no telling inat a . ?\4irler* I ' ? 'his time has ap | aiater pl .1.14 HU Ir*. Tinker did noi ' **'? Jim . . ? MeGraw. nor.-- about I ' ? '?' - ? day. TinKor ifl ' '? ' ^, thi . . back to ! ,!oe to the _, i I, whi.e pubhcly ? maeii no of the leilerifl 1 n?.1 m?d win ne | kcided to lery a roll ta ent!." hav,- made ? x. perhiH. -. >o ' '"' " -"c .?... . 1 ' ? tp". Tinher ran I r to imp'07 ' ich. Hr dn v ' ' iBiuftri. ., , ,, , nm ... .- from \\ raii ' '?' ' ? the same ?wed auch wonderful extra inn ? ' ? i Andy < j . . 1 , ? | "OB directly I ? tcher. - old <v Young B . ??" punned Ar..1.;. - - perry la the Young r>&".crv. H* .- t bmll, 1 t waa a thinf of ? . - ? ' ? ali - ? 1 just in the nick of time. -'?pping th* I ' time they ? One I'eep Enou_h. ;..;, was '-noujrh. eeoi ? ' n 1 ro out Mf .r toward the box. - a*T*nt*< n ? ? -n th* pr*i ? - Perry the wai ? aa an t we tl * G anti tched a 1 ? ? ' rae. Da-?j trl .*_?'.? one in his fl ? d a thr?-e-base knnok -1 wail near the foul ? rur.s in, the ? I 1 ns as good as entered . ? - ? .. ? eatlon af ?? ? ' 1 ... after ....... , latti r to ei lat on Sa li -.n opened the sixth with a | (I r ' ?i u . . r ' ? : when ? ar? ? < ? '.one. BB till Mann Teeraaa aad Bentoa arn two good t- I ardj ajhoald not ha t? break the Giaata' winalag ... to-day. Ualeaa Miller Huggine-a despai**in-r ? s throw a Bf ln .onr, . , Yori ? n?* r("-'[,r' , itablisbfld ? avea town. Hi ra?a aaid Flotehor undoaabtodl*/ f( rm the itrongj about .? McGraw hai ev< r boasted. . . ....... -.4 rh eonld ha?e r of the di ' I that thfl aeeond and third ln* nings. Burni rncrd awaj over into the ex ? corner of the fence and the lefi . , te] retired tl were on the pa He ? fl Zimmenaan made two wonder V. ' on anil ? an. Thr- I I *"P of roller, when l ? , retin thr batter. Wortnafl took a baae hit ofl ? itop and a ironi Rtt-Rv hark 01 ? laa aaitl th? -* ?-? ible gave lum a .333. Hfl ?, il cleverly in the sixth Inning. ? iv Knuff wai eaag) t at when ho attempted a double iteal Rariden. Wortnm n handli ?' thii play n, fine Btyle, i n'fl low peg twenty feet from the midway. ! with one down Ifl the se'-rnth. to KautT; OttO K tting r Williarns, aingled, and ran 't Knabe. But Wilson to Burna. ? v Kelly and Mann and a to Mollwiti filled the I only oi for W lliami and fouled to Hc merman. Fletcl ? terril nd a loaj'. ? *corr> follows; CH] -v- -, ,\- ?. NEW YOP.K i' " i ? . ? . .. ? - ? :? i s ? ? * ? 11 i li ta ? ? ,fl ? 41 Ballei ?? I 1110 . 101 0 Ofl . . - .. i o n o io' ? " ? Bat' J10 11 ?rv - ,.- ? ' ' ' ? ..... n ? ?? i ? ? ? ? . - - ?? , - , : - Innlna - - i, and Qulflla EASTEPNERS FAVOR EIGHT-CLUB LEAGUE v., . " pt 22. Senti mm* among direeton of the Eaatern Baseb I at a special meetinp . waa aaid to favor a leagui of eicht elubfl Beat year inatead of ten elubfl, with whieh th.- laat aeaaon ?tarted. So forn on the mat? ter will be taken, however, until the ?ie here on tober 16. Louifl Peiper, of I-: i . leadera in organltii . ih eireuit this year, deelared that a t< i club leag u for i :> ?'i'!, our of the queation. Huph nuffy '.: Portland rras . transfer his ?her city, tl fl to be ra'.'.ed hy the direeton I , ffectiTe. lt wa- rei ? .- | ?? would fleleel Lawrenee or Haverhill. To-day'fl meeting w-;,s de vr.tod largely to d , Hub, which di ? of the eireuit on Labor Day. PRINCETON VARSITY FINDS SCRUB EASY I akc " Bnewaaha, N. Y., Sept 22. - The Princeton -Varalty football r.e-rp. score i the aerub ? i . ? an hour. k on the "rarflHy, made ' ? aeruh team. Hai tnrkle on ': ' l '' ' ? team, ? ? ?<- to-day. -? Tome Football Coach Back. The Tome Sehool'i flueeeaaful fool ball coach, Albeii C. Miller, will re? turn to Tome oa Monday. Miller, who la m.?? | ii spent the Ifl il month* at Kl PaflO, Tax. Hi amount of WOrfl ,? the beginning of thii i ion, as. owing to the delay Ib oi football Bchedule will ' hh\e tr. bl Nack to Box Marp*olies. The ma- age) the Utint'.-i Point Sporting ? Allic Nack ? ? ? ' ? Bloom Br-.ats Johnson. Pl |] F'.loom WOB ovr-r I.? Harlen Club laal nighl in ten ,-.??? <arr.e,| ,... in thfl laat three round.i. Results of Games in Two Leagues And Standing of Battling Teams NATIONAL LEAGUB. AMERICAN LEAGUB. GAMIfl TO-DAY. GAMES TO-DAY. -I foui. at Nr? York (twa) Niw .ork at ' hlCBgO. i hi'.i/ii nt Braokiya <i_?>i Boaloa ?t Clcrelaad. I iri'innati at I'lii In.telprn.t. Phlladelphla al Nt. l/iuiv Plttabargh nt Baataa (tara) Waahlngtoa al Dttrait, Bl It'Ll 8 ?<r GAMEt rESTEBDAY. BESULTU <?l GAMES YE8TEBDAT. .N.w ...rk. .; '.i'<_?'.. 0. < Im Bf*, 6; N*_ Vork. 3 Braokiya, II; Hl Loala, 1. Baataa, ? I lavcUaa, '. Phlladalphla, l. rin?burrh, 4. Detroit, 0; v. aahlagtaa, .. L'iarlaaatl I Baataa, t, -< Laala, 6; Phlladelphla, 3, NATIONAL LEAGl'E BTANDFNG. AMEBK .N LEAGUE STANDING. u i i- u l. Pe, W. L Pi II l. Pc. BlOPIttab'h _ 80 .4-18 Beilei 86 r-'? : ? -tl L'la. 76 .2 ' ,i : v. '.< hk-ago 13 *V .438 I hleago 64 63 .571 ' l*v*'d .5 i I-.,.i.,,i 76 68 673 41 La'la W 8f; .411 Dartroll "? iah .. 71 72 .49/ rl .6 62 '/r.' ' la'aatl 87 ?*:<? .3.0 N. 'ioik /'. 68 321 Pblla r._.' 111 .224 Making a Noise Like a Golfer By BRIGGS. PHILLIES SWING BATS WITH EFFECT AGAINST PIRATES F.ans and Harmnn Driven from Rubber by Opposiim Ratsmcn. Feature Facts for the Fans BlilB 7>aloo ce lehr.ited his return to Ihe (iiants h> bUaking the (nbs. The l.iants hav* lied thrir son snn's racard f<>r caaaaeatlr* rle* tories. Tbay scored thrir s,>4cn tccnth mrr thr Curm. Ihe PlratC* used sUtern tnen In a "...in effort to heat thr Philliea. Jimmie Johnston sinjrle.1. and then etaU second, third and lunne in the iiiitips aKninat the Cardlaala jrcatar* da> . Chief Mesrrs waa inlrntionally paaard thr** times. .1. FraaklU llaker made his first triple af th* season. Eddi* I Icott* fl* as the \ ictim. Dr. Johnny l.avan scored all the aay from first base while llalev was retirinff Kddie I'lank at lirst hase. I v < obb, please notice. Philadelphia, Sept. _'_. Thiludelphla to-day made good u.^e of nearly all Ita hits and took adrantag* of I'lttsburKh's ? ir..r-, winaiag by a acora of 7 to 4. Th* ?? ' ? ? ontbatud tba home team hy B K'md margin, but had four ? two for P wai knoeked ofl the i ubber ln thi ??, who waa aUo hit hai d, "? ii relieved by J th* ? ? n inning. score followa: ' ' *? ... in ;.-, ?? i. . ? Blfbee, _31 I 3 1C l_alcert, rfll . : I > - ? : 10 1 1 ?? i i......-?:? ?- | l I I I < i ? ravath.rf 41 ' i ? ? i lll ' ? .5 1 . 1 > 10 0 1 10 11 _ ? ; ... | ? ? i : ? Mi _'< ??? i li ber. 0 4114 4 ? Ilarmon p ?. 0 0 11b 0 0 1 ?i 0 0" Tf.tn ?Batt_ ' r M ? ar.hr !li ttie ._? p ? ,??. i e e * i a i i i?4 . ? i . . ? . ? . ? ? i. ... . n : ? I . . i ..,-!., - 1; off i ? .an.l i - ?? . ]? ,. i l ; l ' " ? NONE LOOK GOOD TO MANAGER OF TOLEDO 'I olodo, Sept 22 Bogi r Breai Amer can club, announced ? . ? ? ? bu rn, ... \ rt hai ng bi ? n made to obtain playera from tha! Breai ? ? lan d ha ha playeri arho looked ?.-.l enough for A A con ; -I.-.. and far thal i? paaaed Ha will build up his next y.ar's rlub v. tl ing laaUad of aa I'< di ral l ? I i .i.i ? ? a ? Bul. Game Postponed. ? ? a,1 Police ? oner have pe t] the Im eball game whieh a ? bei ri hi Id lo merrow a1 Ebbi l l ? I I ?? nn!" rcprcaenting thc li pai tmen ta for the eh ef el imp onship 8 Will he i " ? .er I, at thi Polo Ground i.lai.t* lo .li. 4 ..Hii 4-1 I ..ni. | (..i... i'i ? ... .1 ... Adan lOi Adflt I Eddie Cicotte Conquers Men Led by Wild William lomc Run Briker Gcts His First Triple of the Season. ('hicaro. Sept 22. Chleago'i W\ te Sox maintained a ma* hematiral chanre for this ye.ir's American I.enpue pen? nant by ta'. a of the fr.im the Now York Ynn : he home team beat the club that red eason b>* a H4it no ground was gained on 'he paromakini- Ked Soi, Carrigan'i team won the oper.er al and. ., 4 not a : , ? ? nieago and Nrw York, I icotte, arho hai aron all eaaea over . wa hit hard ll may have, bi en ' ' that p illed him through. New Vork ha I open* ,:i the or worked aome ipell on 11 i team whose Indian I ign bfl carrics in ? Mogridge, who haa been al most ? ? ' nst I he Soa as Xew York. had not thi coatem gridge wa 1 irder than va.., i cotte, bul ( I cago was able Ray Fiah er pitch ed tl ial inning. bul thi | was gonc beyond reeall when hc got hii One of tbe featurei of the drab affatr -.aa . u tnple by Home Ran Baker was J, Ira: - ? ??,,,. ba ?i The alugger '??? ho ia tied ? Pipp, hii team rnate, for home run honori of the American League had j lenty of d eir* j cut Bfl ? || no triple until to-day. The yankeea got awaj to a flying itart) bul Mogridge cou di 'I hold the With two oul Peckinpaugh beal a tap to Weaver. He icored on ? ilke i bul Milli fltril the | 'Me in \ poor throw by hurt W ith one K"'.e \\ BROWNS' LATE RALLY DEFEATS ATHLETICS St Louifl, Sept 22. St Louifl ralliedj in the eighth to day, BCoriog four runs,' ? .- Pl lladi Iphla, 6 to I, nnd | into fifth place, Clerelaad hav- j ? ? ln the ' igl th Inning, With the score :; to 2 againat St Louia, Pratt walked. Pratt to ?? i. Borton i tripled, aeor ing 1'ratt and Maraana, and icored him ? i. I.avan firal whila Hali y wa? throi Plaah ut ? ;. , i i-a i a I. .. po ae ebrh po ae . . . If 4 .i I 1 ii ? .-' :' < lll ....?? , -- lll 1 11 ? ? . ioeia to 4 i * 11 z a < i t . 1 4 ' i, p 11 1 fl l lOfl 4 11 ? llruaa -i I 0 0 0 fli Illalf ? ?. (.1 4 li | ? IA 0 i 0 , - . . . ? ? r I || || ., n n a r. -i >-? l , . 1 -. 1 '? 4 a 4 . i ? i - rt-rora I'hlla* Off al ? ?I . ? . 4 Vllal | . i ? Valiiablr- Hunts Stakc. As,,ie from the amount >if tho stake whieh ;* huiic up for th,. Stayera' Cup, the featura e-renl aaai week at the i n ited Hunta raei ? g at Belmonl 1'iirk Terminal, the 11.000 cup which la t t ,? addi 'i te I ha wii i an ' share t> pi tie* the runs' raluabla trophy af the > ad given la away rear aa an uwurd for a hor-e racr. sinpled and stole. He toal th rd nn Lddie l lingU paa! Peckin tckaoi grounded to Baker, ? ? \\.. ? . between third ar.d I ? ?-.. finallj aeored on J. Franklin'a ... -I throw," b hile ' ellina took third and Jackaon aecond. i ? and Jack icd mi Pclaeh'i . right forced F*lach and thea wai eaughl ' Chieago added on* in tie aecond, af? or the nme had becfl halUd for i early hali an hour bj rain, through Terry'i icratch Mnple, PeUch'i double and a aaeriflca By by J. ( ... A ' ,|. . -. . oat thi .rkee.s ('larly in the fourth. They gol only ib eft*r they had CicotU headed leard. Bauraai n an i Alex ander aingled with Bone out. Baumann arored and Alexander reached third on \,. .?,-. er' ? ? ? for Alex? ander, whieh carried high. Mogridgc . | ? bunl on an attempt*d eet*" nnd Alexander WB* CaUght without a chance to alide. Then Mo giidge fanned. Felech'a triple and a lingle by Neaa Ib the lixth knoeked the laa! prop from under Mogridge. Niek Cullop, star aoutbpaw f>f the* New Vorka, who wai eounted ob for a victory here, will not he able to appear il the WhiU Sox, il i ; fean d. Cullop i* confined to his hotel hy . rer* cold. The score follows: NEW TORK 'V I. ? CHICAOO ? ?? ' ibrhpeaa nr>r h t ?-.?? Ma?ee ' ' '??'? . rf 11 ' " I ' llfii.1_.rf t : 0 ? ?? ? ?'?-?' er. I ' ' ?'? ' Pe kh.Hd I 1 ' IOI l . *?_ lt. II '' -' ' ' .- |b | .-. : i : ? ea 1. ef. * 1 * 190 f. 40 0 1 0-.Xe?a, UV... 40 I 1*1 ? n.2hlt 3 I 10 l-rn aa... 4 1 . l l l '? s halh e... tt 1 ll e l Mo*T |a,p Illl) H p. 00 0 * 0 L'lcotte. p ?oio I 10 0 0 0' Totals RI11S414I Tn>_:_ BIIIBIlj ?Batta4 Im FMm la l_ . inning Neaa ferl . I 0 0 1 * I 1 0 B?I i 11-.,., :? l o o ?> l ; r i Taa Itaaa Mta Plap Bebalt Thrw-baw MU Hik.r !-? Rtola r av* il ifee Waam ??.-.. : - - ? <? i i '.ir. ; a. Parktnpaui ' * ' a, Ni Xor% 'i ? . . ??..,. - -.4 -Off ? ?_ n t i ? . ?'.. I I ?? I , S'r.irk | lajt? n? I ? '' . Ttiaia, | I II REDS SWEEP SERIES WITH BOSTON BRAVES Hoston, Sept. 22. Cineinnati made a elean BW**fl af the IhlBB gBWia B?rUe with Baataa, takintf the final namo of ? he 8*rica hy u icore of | tr. | to-day. Nehf was hit har.l and was poorly sup [lortcd. Three double playa by Cinein? nati cut siiort Boaton rallica. Th* aeore follo CINC-NNATI 114 1. BOOTON IW, l.l abr li : Btu i !' Smltt If 0 ? Illl . ? , f t: i : o win ? i ??,.., i. lb. 11 1 ? OOlKm |0I .'rTlfnth.rf Sl _ _ 1 .401141 lb t i l l o : Maaee. II 100*11 I ? 1 I 1 C.l ?'?: I ll il.n. r..|| I II | 10*14 i. el er p 11 0 0 E ? Hia. kburn c 10* I 10 - ' ; ?Chappalla lll o oo TetaU._HBltt.il TMala BIIZTIII ?I. Ha* tm H'.a.rtnim ln r.l.ith tru |..|t ari 1 ft -i n .1 n | 0 ft < 1 n ft n ! o n . ? T_ !?_.- '..,-' | ? I ... M Hirae a-? hit IThappella \. i ii.ni l, ??? i.. Ka j.' J . Bailtb, N. r.r ? ? Ki .'r^r Sa rt-ca fl. ? : . Maranttlla (Srlf ? i ... Koetaar to Oroh t.> ?'ha4r. I.f '..i. Cli Innatl. C. Raa erroi I; Boaton. I Off K rtaei ? ??? ||lu . ii- ... l an.l 4 " I v - '. ? out 'ili ? ?-.?? N'rhf. 1 Ii.n. l?'. t eiplrra li'llai ainl lll Chance for Amateur Boxers. Entry blanha have heen laeaed fa? the tirst ii rn a! en r boxing tourtiament of tba Crweeent Athletic ciub. which Will he held in th* club jryiiinasiuni, Piarrapant ard Clintoa Street, Braoh iyn, Bfl October 1" ainl Ili. The con ?. ? will he la tbe 108, i IB, 126 aa I ; 16 pound ciu aaa, The prisaa to be award.'d will be ii ?o|i.l gald WBtch te th" w.tiner, a gald Bllad aaUh and chain to the aecuiid and a silver knife te the lov.-rs in the s.ini-tiniil Imutit af each class. Amerir..n Assoeiation Results. Hl I'aul 1 MU?a._-. I Un I ?? - ??-... I lii.tlai.ap>.lla at T_l?.l? Iraln) INDIANS WAGE BITTER FIGHT; SOX WIN GAME Krnie Shore Downs Btgby in Pitching Duel as Boston Draws Away. Robins Sound Death of Braves' Hopes Resulls yeaterday in the National League just about sounded the death knell of whateaer allfll hopes Ho<4ton had of winninij Ihe pen? nant. The Hub's rcpresentntO es loat while Hrooklyn and IMiiladel phia won and Boataa now is 51-.. whole games hehind Ihe leaders?a nusr-fin practicalh impossible to o\crrotne in the 17 camrs Stall ings haa yet to play. Hrooklan is 1% games ahead of rhiladelphia. Hrookhn . ->?? .'>."> .fi0999 I'hlladelphia .II '.7 S91S* Boataa .71 M J71SI All thra-e leaders won in the American l.eague and their relative standing remaineil the same?Ros ton in lirst place. 2'j games ahead of Chieago, vaith Ihtroit in third plaee, .1 games hehind the rhamp lona. Iloston . II M .'?t?02l (hicago .M II ..'i7lll Detroit .M bl .5ii75iJ Cleveland. Sept 22. The BofltOB Red s,>x won from Cleveland to*alay in a pitcher's battle between Shore anil Bag* hy. The fomar allowed otily three hita, whilo I've. were made off Bagby. Only ana hit of the eight regiatarad by tha two t.-ams waa waated, Boaton acored twice In the second frame on Hoblitael'a double, an error by aVambaganafl, Lewia'i single and Cady'l triple. Two more eame in the ninth on singles hy Hooper aml Short en, aacrifteei hy Janvrin and II"' .,i .! Lewia'a lacriftce fly. CleTOlaad'fl only run was BCOred as rt reault of Speaker'fl hii ai I iteal and single. With two out and the baaei lllea in the eighth, Speaki what looked t<> ba a double agamst the right Aaid wall, but the heavy gale eaught tha hall and blew it back. al* lowmg Hooper to eateh it ,n t Inaldfl the wall. The BCOre follows: CLBVELAXD (A. I. I B * 1*1 ?N .4 1*1 |.od' abrh po aa 4'rancv. 1 r 3 <? 1 *> 0 0 Hooper. rf 4 I I - ll, 4 I 0 2 I K| N,,-: f 4 11 101 Hhorten. ef. 4 11 1 II K.,lh rf .401 l Ifl II'.'' '?:? 1 H> I l 1 W ' ' | 0 ? 0 4 11 II 11 , lal .nl lb. 4 0011 * ?;i. 100 0 : - HIM - , ! o 1 3 0 II '? ? ' ? ? ' ... Totali M i ISI l! ila....aai I B 11 I *llalt?4<l for li.Urrr tn llflBtB * .a . | | o : I , |.tPiand I I I i I I ? I '" t T -??? ' aia Bfl ' raw tH ,-. , ,,,-. Bpaal - I. ? ? l . ? ?? Bai ? ;? i. rla !??'? a ?... i i, rrlanal * II ? ?? ? Baaaa ??? I ,l ? , ,*? .s' :. . !? ? ? ' * I a > lll I S'":-k Hai' ?? I: bi Bhore, 4 Tla ? . pio-a O'Uwflbiln and s. MANY CLUBS WAIVE CLAIMS 0N PLAYERS Ciaeiaaat, Sept. 22. The liat of eaa* eellatioaa of the drafta made by tho major league clubs mi the nunors \a |fl announeed by the National Comnaiaaion hera ta -lay. Tha playera of the Ameri ean Aaaoeaatlon wara boi held la high eateem. it arould aeem. The New Vork Vankees and the ClOVB land Indiana, --.ho held tirst and second ehoieea on tha Tolodo team, araivad thair claim on ltawhngs, and that player ravartad to tha Boston Brarei :. alao has tirst choice BB Minne apalia. Imlianapolis was imt highly reganled Bl a s.mrce of hig le.igue material, and ( leveland. the Hiavcs .ind Athletics al! waived rlnim. Carlaon, of tha Rock ford elah, waa aaalgnod ta thfl Pirataa ufl. r thfl White Sox waned claim t.. him. nnil V.a'.one, the Infielder of tlu St Paul team, conies to Hrooklyn, after th.- Cuba and Boaatora rofaaad to e\r\ .-im ih.-u oplluiia on ii.ni. Brooklyn Has Picnic with St. Louis Cards The Robins' Roost. Charles H. Ebbeta has pub'.ished the ? -he players who will shcetr.e melon m the event of the Rob ini winning the National l.eague pen? nant. They ,.re Ed Appleton, Larry Cheney. Jack Coomhs, wheeaer Dell. Rube Marquard, I'uster afaila, Ed Pfeffer, Nap Rucker and Sherrie Smith, pitcher-; I hief Mcyrr-, Otto Miller. ca'cher-; Jake Pnuhert. GeOfgfl Cut ihaw, han Olaon. Mike Mowrey. Ollie O'Mara, Fre.i Merkle, Gua Geta, inneld era, and Buek Wheat, Cmaey Stengel. .)imm:c Johnatoi ai I Hl Btvara, nut Aeldera, ar.d, of course, Wilbcrt Rob Inaoa, Biaaagar. Brooklyn bid a fond farewcll to the Cardiaala for the season of 1 i* 1 ?-.. Of th.- twenty-twa games played between the ,?. i j fl |.:? won 17 anil ? A double-header will be played bo* tween the Robins and the Cuba this afteraooB. The first game will be played at 1:30 o'clock. Buek Wheat is out of the game nurs ir.g a puiled taadOB The fleet out t'.elder can juat about hobble around without a cruteh. Larn Miller, the outr'ielder from the Far West, broke lato the game yester? day. Hfl hii Ifl plaea of Mowrey in the . igh th inning, and itruek out. Larry created a lenaation by advaaeiag from th ? dug oul iwinging ftva hata. Miller Huggina aenl him ovar another, and larry BWUttg that. too. Then he awung nt three eurvei and went out to play right (laid. In the fleventh inning Olson made an overthrow on Lona/a infleld aingla, bat ( h:e; Meyers was over behitr! baaifl backing up. i, ? n!es was away off in his throw* mg. Some of ? I ? ??.'? < I "o second were B mile high. Others dug tunneli be hind the pitc Robbie ien! Mack Wheat, Al Niaon, Jimmy Hiekman, Larry afiller ar.d Gui ('<tz into the game whofl the atTair was .e.a.-i up S'ixon got two hita in two ? tripi to the plnte. TIGERS PUT END TOLOSINGSTRING; BEAT SENATORS Recruit Pitcher Does Well for WashiriRton Unlil Seventh Inning. Detroit. Sept. 22 Pet.roit broke its loaing streak to day, defeating Waah .: _?? by a score of ri to o. Thomaa, a l<*-ft-handed recruit pitcher from Dea Moincs, was effective against tha home team until the seventh inn? ing, after wh-ch Petroit hit him free ly, three triples and a home run being among the safetie< made. dyera ralieved Thomas in the ninth,, with the baeei filled and none out. Vitt hit the first ball. Ayera p:t-hed for a lingle, icoring the tying and winning run. I'resident Johnson of the American League atteuded the game. ; e s,-,,re follows R'ABH. I 4 U). DETRi ?tT ?. L abr h ? i laeonrd.lb 4 0 l 0 20 Vitt, |b.101 1 "' ^ 1 ! "> ? ? a 1 || ' a ..:????' rf. 40 2 : al .. ' .' * : l l Kl, <? r.?ll I Mm ??.i.aforl.rf .1 I I l -- ir> 3 2 o 13 o Ketlmaa. lb 401 ?.? n '- m i i ' ??'**<- ?.. ?: - Hann ' ?' ?"*?*? ' ??' * ia,p 10 1 0 I I '?!!?? hell, p - I . mai. p... aaa a runn h.im.p aa I ? - . -o* " * ' Ier ... aifl ? Harper..., o p o o oo Totala L 101*1 io 3, .\M j .... arlU) rtana oatl In iha nlr.ih . . ?- tha leatntll I li t ; ta j- ? Wfl ? ' ' 1 ' Bai for '.-.?. 1 - '? alafl K* .-? ? ? ? ? t 1 I ? | B?aj i a a e o. *? a a a?t I na , | ? ?-. reada. Craaatoral Btanaaa Hewe 'i . | - - M " '?- ? ? a ? - dita?Mllan - ? ? Nl" Leonerd, < -i4? [ ,.,| |, 4 : I i l_l - \Vaal_a-lon, ^ ? Detroil * Klral ia.** w ... ?.. tij . . ulnihan 1 Ofl r*hnmaa - ln wi 4 runa m * Innlnai ?+i ? ?.? ..??? w ~ \t*e* run ln na ? - ' m la I u.r.ing. . ? ? 4 ? ? ItnUnt runa In I Inntni; of? ( i.jin I hll 1 !' IU Mi'.i.r , lll,*- fUru k out?Br 1 ma ... | ? aaai W1M plta*ti ... ?? I Splinters and Cinders. By A. C CAVAGNABO. John Daly w-ill not be able to defend eplechaaa championship, an event he won when last held in 1914. While training early thia week he severely Btraiaed a teadon. nnd has been limp ing linee. Re notified the A. A. U. office of hia injury yeaterday, a'^o stat ing that he had hung up his shoes for all time. Joe Higgina, the former Holy CrOfll College runner, who is BOW residmg :n th-.* nt>. yesterday joined the ranks of the Irish-Ameriean Athletic Club. ac? eording to Anthony J- Harrett. chair man oi the athletic committee. Higgina will be ready to carry the colors of the Part Club in January. An athletic meet held ln Berlin two weeks ago Bttraetad a crowd of 25,000 ?peetatora. Thia ia a sure indieatioa that deapita the present Europeaa arar the Genaaaa '(re ,i.? pply intoraatod in track and field sport**. Rack from their experience on the ' border the athletes of the 1 ith Rcari-1 men! are keen for athletic cotr.petit.on Pranh Zuna, the distance runner, an- ! nouncei that the boys ure in perl eondition. Matt UcOrath, the Irish-Amer can weight thrower, is rapidly oonvalrscing from the aariOUfl injury to his back which he BUffered t**a week* ago. lle c\pects to get out within the eoming week. but lt is doubtful if he will he able to take up athletic work until next spring. .Io LoOBflia, Pred Murray and Hob Simpaon ar,. training daily at Travers Isiand preparatory to their trip to Sweden, I'cnmark and Nonvay. Amusements WILL BE FOUND TO-DAY ON PAGE 5 Huggins Men Performs,, Badly That Fans GiVe Merry Ha! Ha! FARCE IN EARNEST AFTER TWO INNlNGs One Lone Tally Made bv Visitors Comcs as D.a. matic Relief. By FR.WK 0'NEILL. The truth of baseball :a itrtr.ea.. far than its f.ction. and the f^t, th* Aaal game of the 8*ri*i b*t?* th.' Cardlnal* ar..! 'he Robins at | ' '? inatton of a Ju!e*. Verr.e. Ther* ? two features in the affair that mended themselves to th* ftni "? martly, Brooklyn aoa, ari thai _i___ :s pleasinjr to fat * of r*l,tj luaaioB. ** Then. the Cardinr.!* w?re io b?d ?? they w< 7. ? [. required __. nental dneen'ration on the part ? tbaa* pr*a?nt ? i realiaa that ?,.',. pionahin game waa Ib pmr-*,, .. . semhled a rollickin* trave.ty ?? .. gn i' American gam*. Tha ae... ..' 11 to 1. "" Thal one 'one 'a!'v \.>?].h the l*BB_i isly presente,) to the CtaZ probably wai ntroduced aa a bt dramatie relief. I- g?yt ?? whose sides were .ore frorn ||^C a chance to eheer. To he .ar*. . .,, a satirical how: . ? .iDt.?' Bohen i pronour.<*ad u lentj jogged over i hy's ginple to r:p- ? hut. never-' head of ehacring . v nnhn from a of the of ..rn. d and to right. v hMaat start. The r.o' ' r*i . r.?!? rrftJ,. Th-".' ?:.:h. inning, and ripht ther.. the . ar. , forecasti to play lat r. Long I I it, allow ii g to reach i c along to third on ] r I ' vened, and then the farce wai ? ? earr.. I Brooklyn eolleeUd a hra.a tt ,r ? Ura ir. the fif ?i'd cf a baae hit. L?ee ' a bounteoua supply of and when ha wi utiag nea, ? support waa i .- !?:< ? ? . tators ln the k? Tho initial Im] - ?! ??? iwe| * * he i t'r.ime they i power. Fi-. rbyfeal ow* which '.vas p - ? ??? i neaa, i ime Headow - tbrowing by Mike <? atalea, eoaaUa. ta pri . Meadowe waa r mouth in the wa* no relief fcr I fana aoughl l ?i I d-ove home two ni -??,???? and Robbie bi - i h l M* pr . r ?. In the eighl 1..- se on ha:! ?? itaaMB ?"' rome fanUal - tha laal two rui i that 'hr- Roo-? aeored It wa i rt rr .rkablan hibitioi The rr - ? nrly ao fari' t ne Cardina ?? tanad ?"'* Yaniuard. who ; Brooair worked at h:g b< ? i . ? and t t inth frame irl thal "iy two . th* Mound i ti *5 ? aa third baae. ii id he ? Rube might ha ? ninth, ar- ; t* h* a* noyed I oualy around ta third _*'? bbb Wheat, who broki g*m'-',' Iteving chief Me - ' tma I ? to throw to ba Tower in Attack. There were power and "~ the at*;-. 'h;_;": r.ot be loal light en l darfenc* of tl - '?-?^''i ?" f*|| apart. Any ball that *rtt ttttm plate v to th< corr.trt I. Al Nixon, on* of r'f,'r)fc',''.". eruil ouU "' ?-*'. mouth twice, and r0 *". , .'? good singli i tt tU*' he .ought the ? Jimmie Ii ? nd and ?c< ?? Bohen'a return to th* -'??'??. t0J*,. Johnston S*u elcar baek t* :r.t F* ' Som* time ago Mea. ' ? bail it might he charge. Yesterday i ! leather out of 'he gro. ' ?'' t!a___t P__e* ? ..." ? I id ?!. ??'?'?? ra"< who p.fl. i to see ? ba upon H igg ' .,,'?,. box. V.-t out ln S' tr.p Meadows beat tl consumm.i'.' U'armn .' Iti* who did who di front nnd eentre or. thr** ee] . ? - . ? I ba' met with litl e lad wallopa. ??? *: About every o'v er i ? it.ten-1..:.??'??? ,, , a_j a roller te third. ai ? rhe acar* ' ? . * 1 ? i tt v * #0|_ ?' ?' I . ? mai. ni ?"? m i. . ? f ! ! ! = * ... aa. a\?. Naaa lilia ,' -? < 'm ?