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Boxing Bouts
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Arouses Yanks to Victory
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For the Fans
? hartes "< a??-\" Stengel ?polls
rally <i( Liants h\ -.?ondcrful line
throw I?? plat??.
Patch Leonard fun? ten ol Connie
Hack's Athletics and ??huts then
out.
The < inrinnati Kedi fall on Ma?
mau\, star pitcher ?f Piratea, ?n the
eighth inniiiK and pound nut a vie?
lorj.
Homabyi with his fielding anil
hiniK* run dri?e over the riflit field
fence, afford*? the chief feat area in
ihr game won b) th?> Cubs from the
? animal-?.
-?h??? l,?*r. b) hia mast er I j pitching,
leads the Yankee* to victorj over
< lark ?.rifjith's Senators,
Reds Capture Series
From Pittsburgh Club
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N. Y. U. Game? Cancelled
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Standing of Major League Clubs
NATIONAL LLAGUE AMERICAN LLAGUE
i, ".MKS lii-lix*. GAMES lo hay
Nr? "loriV .??? Brooklyn. Washington M N?*? *? <>rk.
Philadelphia al l'"?ton<a.ni. p.m). Ii.-ion at l'hiladrlphia.
? un iiiii.tu .?i st. I <>ui?. . St. Looie at ( hie-ago.
Chicago si Pittakarffc, De-lroii at ( leM-land.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTA YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Hr-o..U\n I; \-? York. 3. n?? Y?ark, T; R'Mhlattm, .'.
? incinn M : Pitt st? rgfc V Boetoo, I; Philadelphia. <*
Chicago ". SI I.mili. 2. St. lorn?. ?? I'lr.r!?'
hi., it Boston (ralaI Chicago at l?rin.it (rala).
|*AMHN<? OF TEAMS ?TJINDING Of rEAMS
V. I . I . ? W. I.. I'Vt. W. I- r*t W. I- Vet.
\,*\ . i i .?Mi'hi!* 2 -' .*.i?o Chicagos i M3St.Lola. 3 : .500
.n . tUBoston . - .' ..".on lUaton ft i * 1'Wash'n !
ti| r,,,, - .:.,: imi-.Ii h. ] i? ..'i,i \? VI " I .?.'?? I'htla
I hicsa? i .;iltkl.?n I I .1'?O ( le>cl'd 1 3 .500 Detroit I I .IM
SGrantten? Wee
A Ballade of the Times
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II ' ?? d awry.
Hurled ha ? ? fray
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Por *??-? ?? r ' *Ae Scorer write*,
0 ?? by --?? t undreamed-of pi
1 whirl l er to th* iky,
i nd ?? ? - ',. n .', re the half-god.-- ? i
! mong >?,- cofupterora ov high;
Ii. turning bark without n nigh,
I It tee tome pal tight??
gh I n ust i ink to ht " to try?
For that is all the Scon
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timet no longer typi
To-morrow bring? another dtry
? Hag? of newer freedom* fly;
But who " yielding cry
Driven nn-n.-,! through Fate'* bitter -r
To nod irr.r'
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"\ ou may
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back of the fighting lines, when bol
in :?.::: g up I m Ca?ad i from the ?
r played baseball 1>- nd ng the ?-amp a won?
derful recreation."
Crashing Power
Giants this ?-?rason is alnoal sure to send this
lb to McGraw' After v.-atchlng hi* machine at work, it is
v ? hoar any rival can hope to interpolate a defensive check. The
o strongly bol i erashlng power upon attack an attack likely
to brei y spot in the batting order -hat one is reminded of th.? old
pitch? ra could suppress. Hums, Kauff, RoV ri
?Ike, Zimmerman and Herzog- -with McCarty or Rariden the ?mash
order are not to be denied unie"- the elub gets over?
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It has be? a long i ee ecn a ball el ib thai gave such an
much era?! e old j" ?arried, bul there
eed McGraa has no trio to bal with Collins, Baker and
Hut Mack's ?.. . ;???
Sporting Superstitions
Dear Sic I am willing to n-iini* that ball players have and require un
I bra nsi and quick acting or.. ; alao. But It is my contention that
if the average ball player's brain contained moro baseball knowledge ai.d
iperstition the leagues v.ould be faster. A few superstitions may be use?
ful. Hut the mam trouble is trio?; of them pu* "J can't" Into s player'?? head
more frequentl) than "I run." Anl is not confidence half ti,?? battle?
.-I EEPY STEVE.
If , player in the profession pu*, a?, much of hla sou! int?
Buck He the national ensemble would huve no dull moments
in speak "'* between April and October. H erzog and Fletcher, working together,
are pennant winning typea, one of the moat useful combinations that ever kept
guard : round thi middle of the diamond.
i ai rer held ?in October world series. But her April world series
a* Vimj Ridge will carry longer memories than any other played by entries
from this ?vie of the Atlantic.
"Plentj of golf played back of the lii A golfer who can ge*
.- a 0-foot putt as a bit* .?hell explodes overhead ibould
. for any of the annoying incidents that may come later on.
We ha golfera who couldn't putt if the wind was blowing through
vas whiapering forty feel away. V. eve often wondered
? - the game just a few steps beyond the ranga
rapnel tire and exploding bomb?.
li, ? from the Weal write u tha the^ White Sos are a' last
. ready for ???. that Cemnay has been seeking sine? 1906,
? ?o maehii ? : ough back of the bal and beyond the box, hut un
? tchir.g impt ? 'he rest of it may not hold
up as si it the A|
Boxing News and Notes
_ -A-, FRED II *** THORNE
S'inu- sis yep- in
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and wa
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reer with I nr! Morris, 1
r-,ttii he it <i? boi at th?
C. on Monday night, ai his teach
- other str?ng? .-?
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( lermont .*?. ?'.?( harlev Whili? and
Halt.-r Mohr.
I Itiln,
New Polo A. A?Hobh*. Adair and
It.II? Kelly.
Ilnrlem 8. ?'.?Willie We?, and
Micke} Dunn.
8ATI RDA1
< I? rrnont *?. ? ? Fr.inkii* ? illahan
and Pal M<??ir?-.
Palrmoal \. C?Boh MrAllittee and
Johnnj Ho? art!.
MONDAI
Manhattan \. ( .?< arl Miirri? and
Jun Coffey.
zen always let up tl thtte ?ntical
i Htag?'?, and Anderson la?ted tha two
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Morris weighed about 229 poundi
terday, and Charlie Ro?e, trainer of
champions, declared ( arl would meet
Coffey al about that weight. Morris
- c jrdition.
and hi? wai?tline y al-n???* svelte, If
ri.uiv w I a* we n??>an.
Jr.: , ? ? toe la?'.
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Too he y will Broadway
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Kiinrantee enough that "pandtimonlum
?ill reign." In the ??-mi-final Bal
' ? ., Kick Ko
?r r who wa? sent
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Hu-ih, of
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mg of enhstinr. bei ra shoulder?
riflt -?n the bet! Held Bob
? ; j?t aa well to see if war i?
all that '.'?.eta! SV.rman said it wa?.
a ill art aa demona'.ra'
"tch
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? He*d..er panel
both boya b
Southern Association
Giants Lose Their First
Game of Year to Dodgers
( Jie.il I h row from Right by
? ??-<*> Stengel Spoils
1 lo?pes o?" Giants
By W. J. M iCBETH
Th? gant
| of the se.?- Dodgers at Eh?
' l?et.? Field ye^erday a.ft?-rr'oon. The
score ? rything -.hat the
. imaginatii ?. -.. associate with
.-uch a tight timah is timely so far
! as ti | concerned. Having
to !??-?? somt time. It is as well tha*
profil id bv New- York's
The N i were
j in a j .-,> a proper
was Ui llrst ad
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Brooklyn looked the part o:' a eham
I pion in victory. The Giaata fought
as McGraw'a team always will fight?
right up to the last out The ?at?
? ran Jack Coombs ha?l to employ all
h.? cunning and experience to stave
off dil ? threatened time after
.1 at be was, Coombs might
: ot have come off lUCCtasfully without
lid or brilliant support on one or
two n?
Stengel Spoil? Kail-,
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? ,i forcibly
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snatched tho prize oat of the lingers
of the pa? when it appeared
tha F??!o Groundtra wtrt about to
orgaai their famous rallies.
A wonderful throw, perfectly exe?
cuted by the right fielder, shut off
Fletcher and the tying run at the
plat? .-. was made on Kauff's
? single, with Fletcher away to
a good lead ot! second. Stengel h/?l
fast '?> make the try, for
New York's shortstop is nu let wagon
?in thi ' waa i teagtl't
executi in, the bold attempt would still
. ? r., t Ott Miller
? nd perfect!), too.
The throw came in on a line, knee
high, hut carried to Miller's right a
trine. Otto had to pivot t?> get his
big glo . .itul then
dive quickl) for Fletcher's shins. Ar?
ally with a
i.oiiK iltdfl and losl out by inehts only,
taell wa> ?.????ll worth
the pi . Imission. But it was
only K pluribus unurn, in the language
oi the Flatbush Squirt. With perfect
support ? oombs might have bad a less
harrowing afternoon of it. I wo very
bad id rrors contributed to ? ?
many New York runs in the fB?? and
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i ?. ght havt been an?
other outcome but for a littlt atterca
tion betwi ??, Lord Byron, the umpire,
? and Chai es I. ncoln Herzog, the avia
tor-agriculturi t. Herzog brake all al
titudt rtcords whtn Byron railed a
- third strike on him m the sixth inn?
ing. Charlie thought out loud, and it
wouldn't do to publish what he thought.
Ii?- was requested to take the rest of
thi afl rnoo off No player yet ever
won an argunK-it from an umpire 111
the B<
Lucky for Coombs
No.v, whether the strike was good oi
had dotan't ant? r Into tht quaation al
all. Herzog waa 'he hrst batter of the
g, and Hs ??? - -lloved rap?
idly, ont may guess ?hat Colby .lack
? oon I : . ome momenl - of an?
guish anyhow.
But as things happened m ?he next
Herzog would have come up
run on ti.' bases,
Buek, matin
t ha? I lin? r which
Myers collared. But Kilduff ia no?
on a
The ?liants didn't fatten their batting
iges greatli -r the exptn
? ? ? ig with
him o ? irrange many deli?
cate situations, Twice Walter llolke
ikitd tor third oui whtrt a blow would
have kept Sew York's season recoi?!
on - wert
crowdtd; in tht eicht h runnel i wtrt oi
'third and second when the young first
* ng?.
Sheriff Slim Salle.' had the Dodgers
?? ? .- ng from the second to tht sixth
inning. In tht sixth ht waa ?helled off
the hi ? time. II looked as if the
ihorl in work ??eorpe
? ? 'olumbia r ?emit, wa
rie,I up to th?> rescue after thrtt eorl
gave the Dodgers their ate?
ond run and the lead.
01 on scratched :i hit off Smith's
glove and through Kilduff, scoring
? ins, but it was at
pen le of Bailee that the runner?
got into tal i ? ion:
Smith Taken Out
S m ' taken oui no! beeau :>- of
any shortcoming. 1 he moi a
New York
strength. Jim Thorpt, who batt?
rtd a pinch
it ponderous
I.?-w McCai n firat to
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on l'. . ong fly Jim M .-i
highly touted product of
Lou ? nga, got the
g champions in oi der,
Draw's grtnaditra were a bit bold
i on t1 i at Itast Miller .
- ? ? il.? bit-and
1 run was put on. A ateal by Burns, fol
game,
Bat
/. mmerman, who hit the run home, wa?
.
' golden op
end n double to boot when, in
eeond, he advertiaed tht fact that
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of tht ngled, took
on Myera't double ar.?l tallied on
W heat's gro inder, m h. n li
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the seeond, He was the only Dodger to
ree firat bi.se from tha*. t.me till the
It wa? Miller again who tingled in
lie was
on an attem ;,ted hit ar.?l run
pitche?i out to ' ?>' ??
. itr be?
I iel, her Kob? Jake
t in tht lixth.
?ved qufekly
i lean hita for a run
made hia appearance, l.'utehaw
f. td * i short centra ''.son'* sharp
.-'ove, which
hall away from Kilduff On
cratch ?ingle both Wheat and
.
il b'.'h th?
Pa??e^ to
i I Kh .** crowded tha
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?rtaei ? ? . Eiaimer?
man - sfttiti Davejf i|
rd on Fletcher? fly to right. Then
Kautf " ed to ',s . at
Fal ? ? le throw -?av. M. |
tha seventh.
J Thorpe lor gsnitl teat Lew t, ,
witn a t?te shot to right Burns's fly
Old Man Coombs
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?Byr?-n ?ni ?juif:--' T : s
to Stengel back by the fence enabled
McCarty to ?core easily.
Robertson doubled to ri-?ht centre
to start New York's eighth. Davey
?p%inted to third on Zim'a deep fly to
left. Olson then committed a two-DOM
overthrow on Fletcher, Robertson scor?
ing meanwhile. KaufT hit ?harr ' ?
It waa here that Stengel and
Miller saved the day.
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Tufts Boys Have
Picnic with Lads
From City College
Tufts ColUfft trounced the City Col?
lege at baseball in the I.ewiaohn Sta
resterday by the score of IS to u
The viaitors completely outclassed their
opponents, both at bat and in the field.
rhey made fifteen hits for a total of
". -seven bases.
Johaaon, of Tufu. puzzled the local
players, allowing only three hita. Th.*
lone run scored by C. C N. Y. was ?
mi the thn.i a- a result of three el
and a ?acniice hit.
The score follows:
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Tl,.?ma?. ?. I.? l'aima, '. t.? i<*n?o?i, :?
pit ha* H, ?'?- ??? '?? ??/ Pair- ?
Larg (4i t ?m re l'ai. -? M . ?
"Wake Up" Slogan
Will Echo Forth
At Polo Grounds
The Yankees and tho Senator.? will
do their part in tl..- "Wake Up, Amei
ica! " demonstration at the Polo (?rounds
t to-day. Two platoons, made up of tho
players from the teams, will j-:ve an
exhibition drill, which will start at
L':4*?.
! The Yankees are now armed with th.*
old type Springfield carbine, an :
fairly proficient in the ?
arma, with the exception of their
I dauntlei loader, Wild William Dono?
van, ?"riat peerless commander dropped
the h.-el of one of the carh;r.es upon
his favorite corn, and the anguish
which hi* has suffered has ?er\
dampen to a slight extent that pa
ardor which has been the birthright of
those bearing the name of Doi ?
That the sentiment of the baseball
followers is overwhelmingly iri favor
I of universal aenico is demonstrated bv
the fact that over live thousand have
vgne.) the petition for the passage of
such a law In two days. The petition
was pas=e.? through the stands at tho
I'olo '?rounds.
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Cubs Bunch Their Hits
And Defeat Cardinals
Chicago, April IS Chicago bunched
hita behind some erratic fielding by St,
1 I.oun, and won 'he final j-am?? of th?
i-.eri '?i day by a aeon
Iiuuglas V.U- hit hard, but pitched mas?
terly ball In the pinches.
Hon.--by ? fielding und his home run
' drive, which cleared the right, field
- features.
The score follows:
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