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Holds Yankees In Firm Grip Paddy Baumann's Recipe for Colds More Effective than Gas Bombs Bj CRANTI VND Kli 1 Fay. ? \ and peaceful Sabl ath mo sedate and peaceful citadel proved to he* m I and Hra\. 1. tench ? . :nk?. ihr-. after? noon, so t > of the 1 oU I, a I in heat down r.eck^ ? iT)g ?< Vr. i r but, corr.pii cd ' tve i| ? Hal I sort throa compact , feedmi; up cure . i imca of ih's ?id-.- ? -cd up and ?i care* ^orpotii n ? ! ?.mann Int n pc Padd?, lete who . Hgcd l("'. ) ad very !itt r lard'i. i.'i > and and held '?? \. .?.?. r. * ,.f ? deeid? rr.r.r -, Put ' done. W ? ? tha at* floated trs I trenchis ? two Uio Isi lade of ??'rapri''. We h:. haied the ffj mir tl Those - and shade ' Hay ? end ' ? ten s '? him from Strang there may he someth a ? if the sj ?item c Ou*1 the 01 n habit, 1 of ath ?ray s. up th temo* ? ' c Ray < aid well ? ? around hs< bee ? club Mayb ? rathr - the pi Moaroe'a Pitching Camp I 1 h" in Sat ' ? ? able ? ?aOnl Then ? 11 m r In ?. m Hit ? - fftmbli ? the jambo ? I i? de Jtrav? ?avini ? and * other waj plaje'i ? F,nro| ? latr-: ? Indians Down Pirates New Orleans, ' d ha*r ? ev? b'.irR'i Ihr ? ...10100200s l Fittaburtrh . ..0 01000000 1 ? Rain Halts St. Louis Gamo St. T ed th? 6ecomt ,? . Leaf-in Bowie Entries ? i ? a 11?. 'Bev* r - <.'-? a i r - \ a t? " ? ?'??>'?? I ? ' ? * ' l'l AMUSEMENTS WILL BE POUND TO-DAY ON PAGE 4 Williams Wins In Doubles and Singles Finals National Tennis Champion \ ictorin I ournamenton I.onfi-wood Courts \pri\ 1, R. Soit s w illiams, national lawn tennis chnmpion. ? als of ?-. tha im ? he coveredcourt ?if the Longwood f Bos? , . W illiams his hsrdi ? . ? ment, foi .- h? fi rat set to pion ?i on. . une anil ran ? nd robin doubles, Wi ' i, 'A \\ ifrhtman, of Bos Salm, New ? .... M. t' John hop, Boston, defeated New N .>rk. and I C. . 6 I. Fitzgerald Wins Handicap Road Run Of Harlem League 'A ?? ! t?ferald, represen--.ns; ?be. ? .b, rapture : ip road run of the Harlem i was held over 'no course ? 4:15, the econd; . a Macotnbs Athletic -, who was second, was over ild'a wake. - cond, and i ?won ... * ? H' ;? ?A ? ' ? ? ? i t I . ? - ' ?n wt competition \ c . ? I, ! 14-41 8 11 11 1 1 Scratch Double Wins For Shreveport Team 1 The- (', an;?' -irnml team went down to defeat by ?" 1 to 0 in n well played ? wn club of the l.eatri"? here to-day. Thi hv the !r' ? first inning Becker, ta rid pitch and i two bagger of the ?rrii'i. ? g? the left fieM foul line. He ?a? sacrificed to -bird by ?ored on Tullo'3 ginc.e for r,' ? I e ?rame, re bv inn;' g i n r nanananAa .-? .i a r> j I g ? m '?? ?? >: I hiv ??? ? Ri ' . ? II". i .? Leventhal Victor in Five-Mile Brooklyn Run rters : ne ?.pen rui of the Bi ?I s ? which '??. 1"? held nex' -ipetcd in the in-. ?? ? lny. Individual honors went l^eventhal, of I he !ii oo? Ij n \ v . ?? ? . e-mile 1:00. - i-.... . \ 4 K IMnnher r-.t,? ? 4 '; . ? ?! ? - ?v '?7?r an * ? i t> Me? ??': unattartmd Morris Gross Home First in Big Open Race Bronx Church House Run? ners Land Team Honors with 89 Points Bj \. C. CAVAGNARO. of the Brook1;. \ Associ?t were much ;n evidence ? ', ' ross and Frank Ruddy 'ini?h'' i ' : ? i ? | econd reap? i in 'he four and a quart? ? mile "' e of the Union ? ? ment Athletic ' lub hi Id l'no youthful athletes ?ame through with a j*r.'in.| rush and won the'r posit "?". Morris was thirty n advance of hi? clubmate cross b ? F , who wa? ter the haul ?o would have undoubtedly caught Grosi lape be? n ?i litt awaj. i ace ? ?",' ? , William 'ing the Si ? hriato? Club, a ho wai of ih" way. However, I whin it appeared ss if he i.( well rewar?t?'?l by h'? Rood manee. W ith the tape onlj 200 distant. Stokely gave way to without a challenging effori and a f irlinig fuither on was ps'-M-.i bj D I fty yard? of the finish. The heut, pee",id to ?cvere!;, iiffcr: Stokely as he was barely able to i. tter the la?? few yards, collapsing as he crossed the finishing lin? Groas Limit Runner. 1 OS? enjoyed tne limit StJ I hut at the one mii?- point, Stokely, who I away fr< !r| the startinfc mark h e v a n, flirthur Callanan, ? Si Voung \ lociation bov, was running hecond with Gross third. Callanan ap? parently was kill ing thi lifl psce scl bj rom the finisl he began to drop n arv ard. He fii ?I ? d n l i. position. '??? ? close watch or, the leader and mime hi? ? p with t he ' I sprung in t he *t nne r ?-. .loe Gtor I ii .* thletic ( ub run n?. ' n thir? teenth place ?n the time of - heels cam" lulius Ka the Pennant Athletic Club, one second '! he pair had a stiff fight from the start, wit Giorg ? i isplaying the greater gril and ?peed toward 'he end. '1 he summary follow? ; n ip 4 'I ,r. Van.? M '.- I ? v a. 1 - ' \ - . . .;.?..- ? . .1 , '! I Roui? < ! lornini I. ? : . \: - -'.. ? 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II Subway Eleven Wins Thr Subway loecar eleven journeyed ?o (?reenville, V J., yesterday f-r their League Rame with the (?reenville Kootbs i lub, snd after a no-scoring ; eriod defeated the Jerseymen by ?_? goal * ? ?? - Clan Macdonalds Win V laenos Oval ye?terday the < Ian MaeDonalds and Bay Ridge took the field for their State league I ,!*od in favor of the Clan MaeDonalds by 1 goal to 0. Rill Brown Chosen as Referee Of Morris-Fulton Casino Rout Jimmy Johnston's Stahl Ready to Perform at I \il acr Wednesday Night Bill Brown ha? bren selected to ref , ontest, between b red ; i i-: *- rria. Manhatui la; night. Brown wa ??il a! a meeting held b< . Porte for Pulton, Nate Lev Morn? and the representatives o ' harlle White, who was on? <>f the referpe? named in tie article: otified the club that h< would not be aille t.? officiate .lack ? nrley atAted lna? nigh? thai il Jess Willard would b? Willard realin inner of this contest will he ihr i bj the publie a? thu man ?n for the world heavyweight ? ip, and he has a1 ready been ? ? . . , I ton, llton are the tW4 big? n the heavyweight rank? oot of the rhampion. Roth know tha' ? - et Willard, and there 10 h personal grudge to arttle Morris whipped Kulton in four round? by ;i and Pulton must wip?. it to have a clear right to meet ? champion "We .? . ?, ,i moi ?? -i the ," sa\s Jimmy Johns'. owd a! the Palace '. | fj lOSd i: I , ? bo ing eai York. Where ca? ke Tom < owler, Ted Lewi?, Ratnor aid Joa Welling on one and I he ?ame bill ?" The Boy Bandit has get a record for 7. fans in putting hia four bead liners on th? ?ame night. ? owler is to meet Sailor < arrnll, l.ewig will clash limmy Coffey, Retaar with Young loa Welling Me? cher. - ' ? 'or ;? ? r' ? take I ?ce at ? Ie future I ' ? ' -?>? that Kid Taylor and Joe Lynch are to meet at the ?ame ? club next Saturday. Fight Log TO-NK.HT Militarr A. (.?Bennv Yolgar and \l Kale. Verfcville S. C Benny McCoy and Happy Smith. TVESDA1 Broad???.? S. ('.?Irish Patay < line and Kddic Wallace. Pioneer V I Mike McTigue and Hob HcAIUater. WEDNE8DA1 Manhattan \- < ??KreH Faltan and ( arl M'irri?. Palace B. C.?Toai I'??a 1er an?) Sailor i .rrnll. Joa Welling and Willie I'.i ??her. I Ml R8DAY Harlem S. C. lohnin Kolaberg and .Inrk Sharkcs Mi??ry llunn and ? nung Reeaer. Bergfeld Beats Piel In Squash Tournament If. A. Berg'eld had to overcome u aeverei handicap in defeating dustave Piel, jr., in the fir?! round m.-.' the handican squash rennis tournament a' the f?e* York Athletic Club da\ The Vtetor played from scratch, whilit he was compelled 'o allow hig mal a seven are star? ?n each game. However, Rrrgfrld came through by the elo.f, acores of IP \Fi, 7 ]*,, ] | \a 17 1 ;.. The three games captured by Berg feld proved to be, get. affaira, "and in each be made n grandstand rally in o'.crroming Piel. ??.-a Play Scoreless Tie i.eorne .1. i. ' Ian MaeDuff paired m the cup rom i of rhe Southern New York Association, at Lenox Ovni yes? terday played a sro-ele.g tie, which must be replayed before tha winner can ba determined. When a Feller Needs a Friend - btbwggs In AH[Fairness??**?? DALLAS. Tcx.. April 1. -Loafing around through this region, whore wars arid rumors of v; ?if much less concern than the fluctuation in ihr* prices ?if beef and cotton, one finds considerable time to medita'c on what may he the. bearing ?if the work which is before lum to-day upon the work thai may face the nation nexl week. Mow much influence, if any, have the national games upon ihe armii tioir-'.' I?" men I hey play.' The Duke of Wellington was credited with saying that the- F.nttlr of Waterloo was won on th<- playing fields of Eton. Football, of course, was the- game. The American Ram?', as the box office receipts will at? test, is baseball. Compared to football, the- American national game does not seem to possess the potcntiali tics fur manufacturing lighting men. The baseball player is a much more delicate athlete than the foot? ball player. This was broughl out when the American League ~tart*-?l its miliLiry training. In many of thl trams i-nmr of the beat players were unable to keep up with the drill because of physical defects or becau e ih?y did not have the strength to stand the extra work. "1 el it is a mistake to conclude that baseball i no( "tint: m;?n*s pamc. John ,1. McGraw, the manager of the Giants, is essentially a fighting man, one who has thrived on combativene , and the best, and most picturesque of his players arc fighting men. The spirit in which Mci?raw works is that ho must win, and this h backed by a supreme confidence- in his abil? ity to win. Perhaps this is the spirit in which the average American play1-. When ho starts to play the Create t game of all this spp-it will curry him through. He will shamble and shuffle lazily about the field until the bell rings. Then he will show that he can play ball. Ca.se of Jim Thorpe '"P?lA? ba eball is a spoil apart from an} other f?>rm of athletics is shown by the caso of Jim Thorp?-, th?- American Indian, who is undoubtedly the greates-t all-around alhlet?. in th? world. Yet. although Thorpe has b?-rn drilled thoroughly in Met ?raw'.', ??chool -id mittcdly the most thorough ba-oball cour-e in the world and all hough McGtrmw has given his ca<?- ome close and painstaking instruction, ami although Thorpe i anxious 1<> become s baseball player, the Indian i still far from b?-mg a big leaguer. In the field and track classic* Thorpe had no equal. On th?' football field he was the most dangerous player, perhaps, that the gridiron game has ever known. Theoretically, he should be the greatest base runner and the hardest hitter in the game, but ho is not. Men that he coubl overtake in any sort of B tel race are faster than he ?s on baso*. ?,?,.,, t|ult Thorpe could break with his strong hand? ?an hit a ball much harder. (If course, Thorpe ?a nut an absolute failure a- a baseball player. It would br- rath? i hasty t'i read him out of the big league, too, for ho is coming North with the Giants to act as an extra outfield man. But ho is not among the really great of thp American game. Everybody who knows the big Indian hopes that he will bo able to achieve his ambition yet, for ho Is a thorough ?y lovable person and a good . portsman, this aborigi American. On the Proselyting Subject tJ OMB of the camp followers of the Giants were c m-. ?ng the subject of professionalism the ot da- at th? breakfast table. The proselyting done the colleges and the drafting of foot racer* by cli and National tin-mi rcgimenl were touched upon. - some weird revelation > were made by men who sho ?.now. Thorpe was discussing a light breakfast, consisti of a few pounds of steak and a half-dozen or so of eg He frowned, for the subject of professionalism recal to him a certain Olympiad. "There is just one amateur that I know is a r? amateur," said Thorpe suddenly. "And I don't kn< how long he'll remain one. That's my son.'' Thorpe's son, who accompanied him on part of t (rip, is ne;ir!y two year- old. As James Jitney Would Say [AMES JITNEY JOHNSTON, the sagacious rig *' promoter, once remarked that if Benedict Amo wen to return he would find a loi of people ready defend him. James Lester farcy seems to have foui i"m" Rupoprters, too. Tb?' following is from one. them : To ihc Editor, New \ nrk Tribune. New York City. I ?ear Sir: Will McGeehan, in his "In All Fair? ness," upholds Governor Whitman's action in bann? ing l.es Darcy from scrapping in this state. Why should we investigate the social activities our scrappers before allowing them to battle? We do not fork over our hard-earned cash to see a "patriot" in action. Would we turn out to see a ham-and scrapper, who claims to be a patriot, nunyrle in the ring with another third-rate "patriot" battler, rather than one who has the ability bu* who ?s designated as a "slacker"? WE WOULD NOT! We pay to s.e a scrap not a patriot. There arc thousands of "slackers" in this coun? try to-day. in all classes of business, in all walks of life; not only "slackers" from the warring na? tions, but "slackers" in their home life. Some of our famous sctors, diamond stars, boxers in fact, ? ? ii'v line of endeavor is represented who are er than the blackest pice of coal in their "off the-stage" 1 i?-o =--. But ?lo we pay to see "scoun ? ".' We do not. We pay to see men with ability men who. even with all their faults, have the jroods, and deliver them. Personally, it wouldn't appeal to my sense of obr?ety to "tea" with any of ??ur lighters of to day, or even some of our star actors or diamond illuminaries, but that does not. prevent me from showing my admiration of their abilities. Les Darcy, however, cannot be classe?! with that outfit known as "black sheep." II" may be branded a "slacker" by the Governor and a few ithers, hut, :!io fact lemains that he ;it;>nip'>'l two or three times t?) enlist, but. being under age, hi- efforts went for naught. However, he is one of the man? liest men one could ever have the pleasure of meet? ing AND RE IS A SCRAPPER! Yours "in all fairne.-s," JERSEY JONES. Walkers Out in Force A record breaking: puck of pedestrians 'competed In 'he -.eck';, h.kr of th? American Walkers' Association over s route 'trough Westehester vest? The short distance sqsad sad? i tran >? at Voodlavn, covering ? dis tanee of twe.ve miles, but the veterans 4-ontinued on to Kagt ("neater for a distance of twenty miles. Two Fixtures Decided T?m championship I il ires n the S'atiotial Football League were d< ;n Ve-*- Jersey yeaterday, the Scottish American? defeating the Iron?.de? by 4 goals to ?1 at < lark's Field, m Newark, while th? Jersey A. <'. tvon against the PubUm Football Club hv 4 goals to OJ at Olympic Park, in Peterson. Dodger Game Off Kansas City, Mo, April 1. The grume ?led for 'his ?fternoon 1,? the Boston Red Sox and the Brooklyn Robing was called off on account of cold weather. The two teamg left for Davenport, Iowa, to-night, where hog tllittee will be resnmed to-raorrtrw. Giants Show Fight Spirit I In Winning Rally in Ninth Minus Ty Cobb '.r.W T'illk ? ?IT IM .. ? ? ai, - i - II i 2 S 1 ? Bush, ?? f III riobartn, rf 4 l S 2 9 7.1 ?i'man. ?h '111 1 . '? re* font, I H ) I II ? Ui,v f i : k?.". f i a ? I i? . . ? ? rUL-Mun. ? ' 0 1 ? ? ? . ?-?? 'i l ' ? I 1 ' ~, ...... - . i arrau ?. IM ? OiDutn ; 1 ?' ?? 0 .?11!) . 1 0 'l -a . ?Battail ' ? Ball*? he sis ? Batted for I ? ? I !???-.- a t In Uis a i'li U / ;!!??'/>. ? . c Vaw Vors I 1 ?? ? ? 1 ? ? S? ? o ? ?-? o : > * lailas i- " ? ? - ' i i 3 rum i . t? liausu ? rotalaakla, Bi ? hit Tr.-A. rr r>au ? it t onieatii - i ?vi .? .. Bun ? a : Travers Island Traps Records Broken by Wing Straight Scores Feature of Day in Weekly Shoot of N. Y. A. C. I.. >'. Wing broke si! recordi shoo: 1'iaver?. I?land traps i New Vork Athletic Club, vh<?ii he took the high scratch prize with a straight run of 100 target The ; record on the trap? 106 | However. Wing's hooting I the be?t ever made in otic of the weekly shouts of the organiza! I.. S. Wing ? '> "*.c Travers I Trophy with a ?-?raight, ?n a *hoot-or? againjt R. L. Spotts, who a!-o ran 25 targets without a nu??. Legs in the Haslin Cup were scored by L S, V\ ing, D. S. Mc.Mahon, (?. .1. Corbett and R. If. Owen. All had straight ?corea, r* did al.?o 1. I,. Snow, a nest in the line of preparerinesi the New Jfork Athletic Club ?a building a rifle and revolver ran(,c al?nenle the traps at Travers Island. The club tx peeti to have them finished in a t month. Tl ? ? used to inal the member?, in the u?e of military arms in ra?1 il is necesary to call upon them for a :ir. The summaries: s - - - SlB? , ip i|. rup hVap ur H R i ?... H i ? 1 ?at 0 '. - nina " -? 0 _? " I* IM II. H. M-Ml ? I, S. ?MrlU I W .1 HlBlt? I'll W. I? Ostias . .i .') .. ? 1?-- ?? . u ? p ?rl icr i. J i -??? ? i I. w. ri.oii?[?.>,. . H-i?-iM i, S II' ' Mnj I S3 !.. V !*??h. I !.. tn a i .-, .. . ? n . " , . . ? li -? I II.TV '? 11?1? l?l* II il Man? ti?. T |i 1 < ? I SI 1 ' t ' 10 loo t e Haiaaatr... ?? "? I !. |'r. ? I. ..... .. .1 . I M ?? .| XX K Ikln? - ?1 n II 0 2* Si * H i; " ... i II--12 10" l? i: ? i ? ? ? I! I. -?,.:-. ' ? I 2? 1 ? M I 101 A i un... !14 1 . Ii K Roa ? - 21 ? U II- 12 i?ii M McVoy, jr. I 25 ?? i i r. ' llam ir i ?; Rowcr? 'TI i T4 T Uenanc, - ? ? i M? K. Btsas l l S III 11 x\ i\ - T?a??*? I< 'a- ! ? I? S W.rj III? . I - W ? M.Mthoo, i ' -: alt. i. !.. Bi ?> and W. If '? . Vsi lerrasr, I. s (V : ?? i; .1 i ? ,". I. xv rhnmp? M M ??. 1 I |II I I?. S Mr. " i - . XX -n i I. - i . -. D H i III Spnla. - - ? . I M ! Burns Champion Of New Rochelle Yacht Club Shoot teen nimrodi fa-ed th?i traps of the New Rochelle Vacht ?'lub | 1 day in it? final .?hoot of the season. As : a result of the ideal condition? i re? ' vailing, full -cores were returmd in all the e-. "nt-i. A. L. Burn-? prove.] to he the club champion. He won the high gun , scratch prize and he made the top lontr run sco-e (3. The commodore'? trophy a ?('??on whs won with ? icore of 1,692 out of h possible 1,694, The members of the winning team are A. L. B'irn?. F. M. Wilson, .1 P. Donovan, C. C Moore and F. a. Maker. Tl-,' Wilson season handicap cup wen! to A. P. Rennen and the consolation cup to i,. P. Grsnbery. lie winner of the lirrumulation cup was .1. P. Donovan, svlth C. C. Moore ?-econd and A. P. Rfnnett third. A -pcciiil third , cap pri7i> wrnc to W. ('. l'iurtiur. The ?eori'S foll?n : ? ? ? i, r i.-, ? - 11 ? . ? K Il'in? i .'?? l-ll ' I M tt ? . ? ? I XX l I . I I ? ? i r lx> ..i H. J Curt?a I ? ?? i- Mom? II -? v ?a A I' !?? ? II. I. Mrmi ? , ? M \x |j. : . ? i A B ?-' ?;?.!-: " Not man Ross Shatters Two Records in Swim Detroit, Apr i I. Norman Ro?.. ,.; ? e CI ah, of San Kr.i hrokn two rrrir- ?t the National Amatr ;: n?intr meet a' 'he Detroit Athletic Club. In the BOO-yard senior champion*hip race h?> defeated Ted lann, of the New Vork Athletic Club, and Bud Wallen, of the Chicago Hamilton ('lub. Ross broke the world record for 440 . yards during the race, making that dis ', tanee in 6 minutes lfll-o seconds, and broke the American record for the en? tire di'tai.-i' w th a time of ?*, mmut.es I CO!. ! ? Grose High Gunner v tl a ?core of 1<1 "' He i ^a io , Grose captured the high scratch prize i yesterday at the traps of the Man hasset Bay Yacht Club. He also won the leg for the monthly cup after a shoot-off with Bosvers. The high handi? cap man was J. J. Floherty. McGraw's Men Take Spe*. tacularCjame fromTigert by Score of 8 to 6 By W. 0. M'GEERA.? Dallas, Tex., April 1. Th? moat -pectacular game in thi? melodramatlg eries between the Giants and th? Tigers ?-?s staged here to-day, wfetg t'ne Giants, hegten to a fraud* at th? end of the eighth inning, cam? through in the ninth and lashed Covale?ki? called the Giant Killer, all over ta? let, driving in firs runs. The |Cora tood 6 to I at. . ' the ins looked worse than hoD?l*g? G ants. After that giuhinf, (.?/hting finish it stood 8 to 6 for th? Giants. It was a victory won by th? ghtw force of pugnacity. The fighting spirit of the ?iinnis literally tore throrjgg the Americm League rivals. "Come on; let's tight!" Mid Hr.. 'iraw, as '.he inning started R? ligggg* out of the (fiant dugout ? th th? *Ai battu- fire of the Oriole? it hie gy?g. Herzog, out of the ?rame a? the regnlt of his injurie.? receive?! ,n haul? wit, >me of the local polie* ??ar'f'l *o scream -.<" ?ne? g?, i ovaleskie. It was not a po '?? earn?. by any means nor , s thu a*, al g jiolite series. Memie Zimmerman j??r?d a?, th? it nured Giant K.lier. "Giant h :;?r," aaid Heinie. ggrcaslirally: "wait till I get at vou. Vou were a!-a - left enough for me." Starts *irh Full \tta.k ,?--e,i rith the ful! Gl? George Burn? -he -'r?t a ior.r fl> Graw'l . I'ler) justa little fur irid the gteely-blue eyes gl -el pugnaciously, i o Kl'dutT. ra'.'.efj - n. *ne little "maha iiarp \-.h? plave.i ,n Charlie Her^og's place a* I, fall the honor of leadme the charg? of t'?.*> Giants. He drew a base on ball.?. Davy Robertson, who lea-.-?s qg to to become a bridegroom at P'rh. mond, Y a , drovg a clean s agi? to - ? Re?d, By this, time ,v-c rrowd, - i ta? la-jr' ?' thai ev?r attended a ball gan-e hen. began t? ?ha-, rom? banehall hiatery wgg ? to be made in their little park. IIe?nie Zimmerman, sw.ngmg tw? bats, strolled un to the pl?U, ? z (turn and brea'h'iig defiance at ? ovaleskie. Bill Br??nnan, the ump-re, and a? the world in genero!. Zimmer? man eld an 1 it or *wo bases, scoring K.lduff and Robertson. Arthur Fletcher, the Texan Giant, lifted ene m'o left field and scored Zimmerman, tiers? up th? game. B? for" this t:me the packed stand? and the crowded outfielag became entirely populated by madmen and madwomen. KautT laughs Aloud Benny Kauff. who hail been p!a?-'.ni ! ko a lighting fiend all day. laugh?? aloud for the sheer joy of the battle a? he faced (ovaleskie. Kauff drove on? into the crovd at centre field for a two. ba?? hit. Walter Holke rapped one a? the D*> troit second baseman, v. ho threw to the plat? m an attempt to cut off Fletcher. Bai Fletcher was full of -he fighting da?h of the occasion and sl.d home fly inf. Th" throw was a little high, and Pleteher shot s.c,rosg the plate before Manage could reach down to tag him Rancien forced Holke ont at second, but Young made a wild hen, e to tirst in the attempt, to complete a double and Kauff scored. The charge ended when ? . ponprd ou? to Yourg. It was one of the grra'est. fighting I that ever vvs'. ?4M n in the game. It showed the in "> of 1917. Theirs is the fighting hentgge of the old Orioles. But one cannot help ? ring ju?' >n what condition *h?s? ball nlayor.* will be when they arrive in the big league country if thev keep this pace. Tne g has been no game like this ?n any world sene? in many moon?. ( obb Not m l.inr-l'p I'obb did not play to-day. He has de? dared that ho would not take any fur ther part -n the leries. Herzog says that be will he ready to play to-morrow St Wichita Falls, il';- face I? ?omeuhat bruised .-'ill sa th? r. suit of th? ? room with < onb last rughr. but this that kept h m out of the i-am? to-d;,y. On? of 'he local constgbu lary who ?ried to act as a p?acemaker wrenched Herzog's shoulder "*hile pry? ing him nway from ?obb. Some indication a? to the feeling ?hat exista wsj? gven by Benny Ks'iff early app?-ared in th? lobby of 1 Orb i *h ? $1,500 ?heck which ne ?iahed "> P?st as s forfeit for a fin 'h Ty (obb, rough aad tumble .-ui.j t? rr** vail. Benny f-onerous'.y offend to present the check to any dest-n irig cha. ?-. -? he failed to stop lobo In ter mis i tes. If he could not g?t ("obb for sa antagonist, he offere.'. to take on asy gentleman on the Detroit team. Only Benny did not ?av gentleman. On? can hardly quota say interested party literally during this series. Benny Joins Pacifista r.ennie finally listened to the plead? ings of IfeGraw for peace R;;t it looks like a me?-e armistice. Hostilities sie due at any hour of th? da, or n gh'. gam? of t'.-d-i-, would ha.e been a thr.Her even without the Mclira* i type ?if nnish. i i back and . producing suspense sf*--r sus pens? Blaad correspondents for Man? , who wtrs herded into the field by the Giant dugout, were limp from ? teat It lakes a lot of w,:ne .if the correspondents lape, too. - . iff -'..rted the scoring for i.. i, poling a legitimate homer over the right Held fete,.. Zimmerman ;ht in th? second run in the third forciag Robertson at second, : on Fletcher's kit and an He came hurtling I the bag as Daus* threw hotn? ?t h-m off. The Tigers tied in their half of this innmg, when they fell on Slim Sells* .me of th?m a t-*o-bag roT?d. perpetrated by Don .i ag* made it 1 le - ter poU-d one over the left ? eld '? ? Th? Gia."1 again in the sixth. when Holke ?alked, ?.'oie second ard came throutfl oa a r*|t by Burns to cen? tre field. The |?ad was .ost in the tame inning, when Yeach ?inifled and - scored on a two bagger b> Heilmann. In the seventh inning the Tigers seeme-d to have the contest sewed up for fair. Bush got a base on balls and Sam Crawford hoiated one over th? right field feace for a home run. "Let's Fight," Saya MoGraw With Covaleski? pitching and th? Giants apparently depressed, it begaa to look hopeless. They were playing rather despordent bgseball in the But in the ninth, when John iw l-ap-d out of th? dugout and biid, "Le?'s fight!" the gtftud? of th? New Vork National? changed in an W> Staat For trmt brief, palpitating in? ning they were more like the glorien? Onolea of the fighting day? of b?#e ball than modern and bosinessllke young ball playera.