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Mogridge Hitless Victory m Ly Southpaw 1 -irst of jenovan Clan to Ent? ?Hall ot Famr" I | HkII I'**' kc held tht world cha? | ?"C^V.'?'* ? heat thei ?-rtd * ? t*-* ' OT** '?' ???? wh,ch ^leorv 'Kp'>* h"d R ere not ? ? ?1 offensive ceasful I o Ko?'on errors of the ova a . ' ponen! at?ott I A JaCV. \a Hat' Bravea, for a-raore- ntJ '"'? Ford, ia ht? **. k.'? ' y ruined aRe*-1 Fv,,, , I sn-blins Block- for ( html?? ?car. ? ? - that in L^Htr4 them for mir, y week?, xvere PJJ,,. . .-. ? accidents , L^fc, N aiu.r.bhng Lb ta Red Sox -irofress a? could be C|it -ti' ? ma* ?> P^ f,,- m Love and the cd Nick from : Rfctkni;,-. There wr? no L?lttC ? fwridc? *u ' I" t",''?'* L-trttr*"' nded him amoag hgafcC ' ' ? the Red - Cclikr bt jala; ' ft? Uli had a hop that zipped Ur tat chin ?trap1: of the rigbt Lar? before they could see it. The , [thliev htd a llow ball, too, that ' Eitea not afraid to UN, and, to sup M thete variad useful stocks of ?atnnuxutl ccv. i htrt been a clean cut, no mt. But the .nertia of un OBtj*in pity that Va? predominated h *artitultr ?erie? ?a? rampa; I --a The Red Sox were miilty af -?-Tor?: tve Yankee? of three mis |la Ont of the New **i ork bobbles. ????nth ? couple of passes hand i ?a Vy Morf'.if?'. W BoBtor. ' amti '? eventh inning naily ?i ? ? a? the ini ?t tut pried Mogridge away from "a?arr*' 'finch ?rtjtvof the Y?:.'.'?- ?i< unusually atj.ts wuthpaw? go He allowed iJtkTt? h?-<? two of w hieb Mtnthe tetenth, a\d the seco' d hi. ?the hard-hitting Walker, xvas | nf ? l:r,e of strategy i ruined. Strike? Out Three ?ir with which *>. ?"?s throut inga ta the m the ick out only ** hatter?. Th- ? -id the *** an? pretty evenly distributed j*ftht tatii . idom was ?Np "Batratti ?*?i for any ? reptional pie 'lar. of tho?c ?uppor! ng ! im. He ? "?(tod that almost any good imt ***?? might haw ? the ? MX with him ?ht of ? ? ot a red ?anr*, . aae. In the 0 ?aly four batter? faced tho ???JIhr four'. ?nee sim Tin f***a| ^ ? fa followed, . how ****** matter? ??' h graver mo "<h pal ? a po atchieat hit *??'* obliterated ?us ent re grace, ** anot'-? mid have :; ' ?? taat\Vi i:i*" ' early ?TR* wubl. ,. th*. m!??*' ,h?' ?.ugh, that ?; r? " while the ?? Hval pu "?-??at mT **?? faaihli y ?turned *u\*rK tihiiinei, S." v? ? ? ?? runnera ta *' ?';"?"' r second lyj* ,' .od throw It??* cW '" i>("K ?? ?econd in lFWi*r-:- pplk tt rx V d ?* ' ' ! ' ?J ?"?I* * chn tapUaeMime a! I um ?vent h l? ??**?**'* lonesome fir?'. ?? had t ohod) to talk to but ? Tv!*" c?"?ch,?'? ?nd the base um ??rid champions were either AW to the infleld and out chtnees down , onot Ih With h:s second p*a*-s '^tt?r""01, ^h"< put ,h** Re'* "l^y ' th none out. ., ?ng . ? runs, which ?\ the time lelil? ' nit*d S,?t?'-' Treat r?v I.?-? is '<? I great net* ? ft",ld"*g the ball to Mattel a? ?S Z '!l?*ii*?n brought slugger' ! J *?h one out. and the ap ,J??"g run ot. aecon.l Mok hSy .t* gtmble with thi* ?Ttkr!ly* ,J1'" ?outhpa? banded t^gLT: on b?"?. to that a forced U5L7 fw-rded ?t any of the , ?*ar - .?' J'e diamond and any ??-a^*0?'** Play comb kiTJJttheratelvei. The a-? S-?C? ?rry ^?Klner. who fol ??1?W0* t,r<jfr- '? no* P?' V 7 "?"l'ut -rood touthpi*-/, S?t? w'rry ?*'?? ? '"?le ma-, jSj?.,:?" ?wn hook He sent ^?W?.""?'right-handed hi! >-S!L"? greatest Boetoi SriJ?? with a fly th.? - H? 2L? 'i1, thou?fh ??"-, - : *W-ai V1*ti(?(, ^??W Harry', run, and on ' Alas! the Champs! M.? X..RK . X 1 ' ? ' M?l. S A I. . t pj.., ? < I l ' , \ ? X l-.r. _r bai * ' ? Feature Facts For the Fans I lie Kcd Sov scored one on the .anke-e??. \ot Mngridge pitched ni> hit ball. Scott, pitching for the White Sox, elm? nut the Indian*. Humas running raUh of Smith'* long fly ?a- the bin punch of the tiiant*' defence. M ?or knocking Demarre from the box in t .o innings the Rada lout to the Ciaba. Ftmi M?-rklc. ih?- formai (.?ant. continued his gasmi work for the Cuba. He was credited ??ith three hit* and three runs in four unit's up; aleo fourteen putouts. Smith's single in the tenth, with the base? filled, gave the < ardi?al? the run needed to beat ?he Tir?tes. the throw-in Gainer took third an1 Walker second. Aragon waa right on the job for Scott's grounder. The Yankees were unable to . ?other rally till the ninth. Peek then led off with a single. He stole accond nnd got to third whan Cady threw poorly. NunamnRer was safe on McNalij row, Peck cashing the xvinning tally meanwhile. Mogridge fanned. Gilhooley singled 10 rigl tre. hut Nunamaker waa out trying for third. Miller grounded to McNally. -a New Jersey Golf Championship Is Postponed Only Association Will Back W <*t Policy by Means of Red Cross Day B] GBANTLAND RICE i New Jersey Golf Aasociation baa decided to postpone ?not to cancel Itl 1017 championship, ai th? Metre; did on Monday. A' a meeting of the executive com nuttee Tuesday afternoon, with Presi? dent Schrocde-r in the chair, resolutions wyre adopted that carried an indefinito postponement from .lune until luch time arrived as the War l>epart*. nt might deem advisable to continue ?pon. The resolutions stated that whereas Ifflee had indorsed the plan ,: ,ons, to do away with all championships during the course of the New Jeraey aasociation would also render all assistance in itl This means that while the tourna? ment scheduled for June 7-8-9 at Der? I will not be held, if condition? should change through the summer the chain tobrr. It was ai?o decide?! to set aside June day. There are now five club members of the N?-w aaaociatioti ?'"1 fifteen not members. These club? will each be rt-que-tfd to hold _ one-day tournament on this date, where an entrance I i be charged to all player 11 ? entire fund to he turned over * V? ith sixty clubs rcpre ,. it is expected that in this wav over 13,000 will be raised a sui might possibly roach 16,000 if I ntry lie! develop - Posthorn inate?d o? canealUtioii fur th? chain? ? way The certain leading clubs hold oi tourr.amcn* ro? Red Cro nund favor with many . holding a 1.6-hole medal compel with an entrance fee at IS could be .-? Bobb) .'one?, the Atlant.? back at bis old stride. The jrou his fifteenth birthday thr?*? x?ee..s ago. A few days ago. over the long Caat Lake course in Ada' the qualifying round of a local tournb nu-nt the > . rned in a 70, tie nig the profoaaional record held bv Stuait Maiden and bteakmg the ama teur record by t w u sti Here is his card : Out 4 X I 1 8 1 2 4 : ? I I I 1 38 70 i)n the fifteenth hole Jone tee shot into the ?ooda, found a bad lie and needed a ?>. On the lh.'?-yard eighteenth, across the water, lie dropp? ! an iron .-hot within fifteen feet of the pin. and with two putt, foi a 69 missed a wee one for the double record. Th. ???at Lake ? ? ? KM) yards ig length and is xxell trapped nil th? War Secretary Cancels All Army Competition?. West Point, April 84. All athletic competitions between the Military Academy and outside colleges have been cancelled by order of the Secretary of War. it was officially announced to.da*. The cadets had fourteen haacba'l games and the entire tenu | schedule Still to play ? ? e C. C. N. Y. Game Off Connecticut Aggies have can? celled their ball game with the N. Y team for to-day In the college's Lewiaohn Stadium, owing to thetr abol lehing athletic activities ? itv Col? lore's next game will be with the Steven? Kngir.eers. In the Coliseum, rext Wednesday. ?ouTMiaN AaaociATio* XllhrliW. M_N ? Utile Hot?. ?fl 7 Mams ?, binuingti? Cardinals Win From Pirates In the Tenth J. Smith's Single, Following Two Deliberate Passe?, Beats Pirates 2 to 1 ? Mien Amea, th the run font gi I with Pittfburt In the flftl i ond. ' ? I when w ; tied the score f?? ? In- the t. ! and went 1 : ? | ball pet bj Smith and I i were i Smith's hit. The a? PITT8B1 MU . ? ? I - " I ? 11 ? ? . - ' I '* -, . H OIT ? ' Cubs Hit Red Pitchers Hard and Win, 8 to 4 nnati, \ pril Mitchell and Knetrer ?!nrd and here to-day and won the third p the teri? I. ! incinnati ki Demaree ou', in the third, Carter fin? ishing the Aldridge pitched (me ball in minga, Kopf hit the tcon in the Ihird fin a I u The score: ' HICAUO N I C1NTINXA1 ' ? /?; If H I tVol**k ' .. ,.;. i. i ? ? ? ? i 4 ?Ba-l-'t f'.r Carter In 1 h? ' ? '?'.euer ?n the IBatl , for 1 Her ? ? atl o o?l I ?? a " ? . 1 "IT IX ' ? pltiliir i t Seven Runs in Eighth Ruin Tiger Coveleskie I?etro>?. April 24 Kipht hita, one of t ho in a two-base hit, alter tuji me': were out in the eighth inning, St. I.ou:s -reven runs, ami victoi ? Detroit to-day, 7 to 2. I p to th" inning Cox ? 1? kie had held St. to throe hitt and had allowi d only five halls to be drivi n ?? I. St. Loins pounded his delivery bard after a poor throw that would have letired the side in the eighth, however, and drove him from the bos. i ore: i.m l- \ :. DETKOl i x T-? A i ? ] ? I 0! Young. : - i !.. : ? ? ? ' >? ? ? ? I I - v . . - ' * lieiiol' Hi Off W? i ' III 1 1 * BII'I 1 1 * I 1 . i - I 1? Monmouth County Horse Show Dates July 25-28 The Monmonth County Horte Show, of ihe larsrc-' m thit country, wil b?. of particular interett to the fanciers this seaaon. More than .??..non will he offered in prizes. The ,-liow will ??pen on July 'J? and will la.?t until July 28, inclusive. These facts were announce?! at the annual l the Monmouth County Horse Sin ?1 St- R?git Hotel VlX H ?. ?a- elected Delation, while the following otlice1 '-*<> cho?en : J? ? . i\ and treasurer, 1 rer? appointed '<> the executive com lohn Md.. Bowman. John McE, Bowman, Reg It, John ?' O'Donohue, i !| ,,i lea \V : mid J. S, ( a.-i-; wei ? on th?- committee on prizes ana Johnny Harvey Knocks Out Mexican J. Rivers ?luv Harvey, the Harlem light. weight, knocked <>u' Jo? liner?? in the 'li round of the main bout of the 1'ioneer Sporting Club last night. H?r vcy nui the Mexican battit r a left flush on the ja\x. Harvey's achievement proved a sur , pri?e to the ?pectatora. as up to the lime of the knockout Rivera appeared : to be holding his own with hia j adversary. I* was a good, lively i right up to the last second. Kid Thonruu Defeated Paul, Minn., April 24 Charley McCarthy, of Omaha. A, I Thoma... of Philadelphia, in ? George Mogridge, Yank. Pitcher, Who Held the Red Sox Hitless V / ?r ^atamamay^j. - '-?*\ *y< THE SPORT-, LIGHTS A Fan of the old Regime H< ? II whal you might call a I'"a:i of the Old Regime He ?a? a confirmed delegate- to Rooters' Row over twenty years ago back when Lajoie and Wagner were jus! breaking in when big Ed Delehanty xvas tearing dowa fence? snd ? ? i ound .""-. Th< .?ros? him xxas back in I00?, when Mathews-on ?mashed all world series records by pitching three shutouts in a row against - ' hitting clubs of the gam". He was then nearly forty and thai wat twelve campaigns ago. But he looked to be something under thirty. For his devotion to pame that, belongs to Youth had-Jield him young. II" wai following play- and in doing so he bad forgotten to grow old. ' spring, when he had passed fifty, he had still forgotten that Time ng off the hour- and days. He looked to be under forty. "<i!d?" he Mid, ut\ ?n't old. There's Hans out there at forty ill, showing up most ot th??-* infieldera around twenty-five. And Larry at forty look?- like a kid. fifty may be old if you work in a bank but it's en you are out here in the stands watching these kids like Wagner and Lajoie and Mntty flop around." We saw him again a few days apo, .and we hardly knew him. He looked to he beyond sixty. He looked v rinkled and tired. In a year he had put on over ten yeara, 1!< a v across the field in a listless way. We thought at e had probably come upon some serious illm "No," he said. "I haven't been tick, but I guess I'm not as young as 1 thought 1 wa?. 'But I never realized it until a few day? ago until I looked over trip box scores to lee hoxv Lajoie, Wagner, EVers and Matty were getting Ht all 1 iw ?".??- Ward and Grover and Massey and Schneider xxhere the old hunch used to bi " "Ward and Grover ami Ma sey and Schneider in place of Wagner, Lajoie, and I had been ey were ?till just a lot of kid " Sport and Youth Sport come? c anything elae to being that fabled fountain of el youth which I'onec ?|e Leon hunted for over a ?portless waste. Thi 1er a! l'mehurst we watched two golfers leave the first tee. One \\h~ seventy ami the other ?a? seventy-three. But neither looked to be a day over fifty-five. Botl were tanned a healthy brown and the eyes of both ' Mill ?allied the vital ?-par'-;. "I remember," remarked an oldtinier, "when these first started coming heic. over fifteen years f?p'>. They looked older then than they look to-day, and rything except years they v. -un and the wind and the "pen place?, mixed with the spirit of play, arc th. akers. ten an hold ?ttoem down. The Wild Ball \ ihori lime denly began an exhibition of wild g, Maranville threw far over Knnetchy. and Koney. in turn, pegged over to Centn Kclley's return to third went far to the Red South. Sherwood Magee, in a fog-born voice, sounded thp alarm "My God I, "the ball's wild. Cage it! Cage t! Song of the Stalwart /.'? broken; Rattt ithout shame; 'lie token t played the 0 ' Vu -<? the knot, Of brave heart? niur the full. IV? fought the fight?und ihr eaast was right ? I ?ni i i ,i> i? the sum of all. .'?V tnbending; Battered Ready ? "?/. With nt ? 4 ' I defeated, /,' i' y r? ? / wall ll ? form again for ihr ehargt t ? that is t ht tf nil. Lajoie, Matty, Walsh. Brown al! over the hill. But the old lihost ne Kddie Plank inden along, ni . i left arm ? No wonder those ?.Ultime Mackmen were unbeatable. Tnere's lohn Wesley Coomb '' Plank still winning for the Dodgers and the Browns: Barry, ay of the Red Sox; Collins, the .-'.:?r of the Whrtc So\; Baker, the storm eentr? of the Yanks with no less than live ball clubs bolstered up by , the tal"tit that once grew and bloomed in ('?mine's ancient orchard. In those days Connie had foul -.ed and jammed into one. \ few ?i v one asked John Lawrence Sullivan what he thought of present day lighter?. John I^axxrence told him. But on account of the strict ; xxsr time censorship now pravailiag we can't tell xou here what John Law? ? rence said ?!u?t a Suggestion Benny Leonard vs. Freddie Welsh 2h per cent of the receipt? to the Red Cross fund. Ye?" No" '.< ? Imp a pick xvh.ie preparing divotl for n??ato-?? It a great developer for "taking turf." You caa't beat it. WhiteSoxWin Pitching Duel From Indians! Cleveland Blanked in Open? ing Game of Series by Score of 1 to 0 Chicago, April : ' ' ' i on the ij with land, I to i ' ? r_'- tripl? and E, Collin ' in the i ninth inning, The game v ai a : el bo Sett and ' . the lattir allowing the lo. , more, but did no! a1 ' Kii him to extend himself more than hia ; rival. n a fielding of Liebold and , Kvgns wren The BCOI ' : f I > 1.1.'. I 1 VI? ? 1. ' ?II' .'.'I V I, a i r I: i ? 4 . _ ' II 111 .?on i i it i - i ?" ? I"!.??l?eil I l,i. igt) n | | - ? ' . ' . Ireland, ? ? . ? ir?. ... - - nim la I l-.t In ? : I Plan Tennis Matches For Red Cross Benefit of a serie-, of tenu to he eoatinued ea?*n Saturday in May for the benefit of the American Red Croat will be played ne\r Saturday at the West Side Tennis Club. Forest Hills. Long Island The matches will begin at t:S0 p. in. No admission will be' charged, but opportunity will be given for every one to contribute to the Red Cross, the Indies' committee in charge being under the direction of Miss Marie ' Bailin. In the single?. Clifton B. Herd, for i marly of California, "ill ptay Harold A. Throckmorton, of Elisabeth, N'. J., who j has but recently returned from the Orient. The ?loubles maich will bring together Karl II. Hehr and Theodore R. Pell, against George M. Church and Dean Mathev. -4? Sunday Athletic Bill Beaten in Assembly Albany, April 24 The Bloch bill, to permit the running of amateur foot ? races on Sunday, wus beaten in the As? sembly to-day. the rote being M 'o VT, Many auch races are now held in the Bronx, and the effort to legalize- them on Sunday was blocked by Speaker Sweet. A?semblyman Bloch, rising to a question of personal privilege, charged the Speaker with holding up his bill for weeks by having II pigeonholed in committee gnd with ?ending word to Majority Leader Adler, when the bill came up to-day, to heat it. **I admit I sent word to Mr. .Viler tha? 1 considered thig g bad hill, and that I asked lim to speak against it," retorted the Speakrr. Fred Welsh Wants to Be a Rough Rider Man Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion of the *A?>ild, has I.?-en given g commis? sion as captain in the Ozark Rough Ridera. Chevalier Daniel McKetriek I and Harri Pollok, Weigh's manager, ??a?.e agreed to u-o into the Welsh troop as privates. The Ozark Rough Riders hr.ve not yet been organized, but Colonel H. P. Pi tkini hose ranch Stan? ley Ketchel was killed, is now on his way i" Washington to ggk authority for raising tlie Ozark regiment. There is a clause attached to the cn ligtment of McKetriek and Pollok. They, being unfamiliar with the in ! trieacie of the horse transportation pioblrm, are to 1"- provided with a taxicab, in which they may move into ? -a Harvard May Resume Sports Next Autumn Can '? pr l 21 An In? timation that intercollegiate iportamay possibly be reaumed by Harvard Uni? ? tained in a state ? Ha in? athletes issued by I -, I v Moore, gradu i er af Harvard gthletiea. Mi. .?loore urge? student? to take part re?gularly irm of out ?loor aporta, "for the benefit both of there are such, :.nd of the individual athl?tes.*1 He suggest? that in the absence of 1 the usual spring practice the football , ni in other iporl ? ihould ' for x?ork in field evei I Rutgers Baseball Team Books Game with Brown New Mrun ?rick, April 24. A game j with Brown, to be played at Providence on Ma. 'J. has been scheduled by trie Rutgi ill manacement to take place < -' onginally . iled to be played here on that which w_is cancelled by the latter on account of the war. Tufts and La fa al?o asked for trames wr.li th?- Rutgers team as a lesu't of ?rar cancellations on their . ale?. Print hi.celled the game to be pi. ? ed > era on Juna I-'. 1 ? International League ? r* i; " i it Pr. rt'ler.f II , . ? ? ?? . Icbeili H?l \ a li II I . n ( I ? I ? At Bi?irr.o.-t B?.-.' Standing of Major League Clubs NATIONAL LEAGUE CAMU TO-DAT Ntw York at Philadelphia. Boston at Hrooklx n. ( hicago at Cincinnati. PMI burgh at St. Louis. YRS1_-_I.PAV.-t 1BI LTS, Ne? i ork. s. I...-.Ion. 2. si Laana? 1; I'nt-hurgh. I ?10 in.?. < hicago. I; Cincinnati. I. HriM.kln al Phila. (wet gr'ds). sTAMMM. Of TEAMS W. L. P.c. W. L. P-e. New "tork 7 1 .77? ( innn'all. 7 7 .5?X> -t I oule.. ? I .?492 Br.-x.klxn.. .1 tM* Boeton. . '? ? >'"? Phila. 1 ? J33 ? hi ago... 7 ?> .Y-.H Pittsh'gh.. I 10.2H* AMERICAN LEAGUE (.AMES TO-DAY Philadelphia ?t Ne* York, (lexeland at Chicago. St. I oui? at Detroit. Washington at Hoeton. YESTERDAY'S RESl'LTS Ne? York, 2 : Boston, I. Washington, h: Philadelphia, ">. St. I .on it. 7: Detroit. 1 Chicago, I; t lex eland, 0. ITAMDQIOOf TEAMS W. L. Pc. W. L. P.e. Chicago.... t 1 .HIS St. Louis., i t .l.',5 Se? lork t? I .So" Wgah'ton.. t * .400 Bos'on. ?. 1 Mt Phila .. I 7 ..1*1 (lei eland S 6 AU Detroit. :? ? .27:1 Giants Smother Braves at Baseball and Repartee % _ Another for Schupp BoaToi tt. i n ?? X"HK ? ? ? ? a <? a - Mr,.in,. ., :i i ? i 4 o Hum?. If '!???? . -, 4 11 '??4 1 1 II ?y. rf i? 1 ?1 ? - -lu-r .. 4 1 | ? " " KalllT. Ilolka ' ? "?l??.?'. If 4 ?l J 1 I ? 4 II 1 .i 1 I 1 '? XI? ? a 4 u a ., V . ?Ila'1-.l ? ? , ? 1 I? , ? . Urn.m II - Mira ...,,i?,|i *>??? York, ?; Ik?'.??. I ?*? ? . ? ? . IT Bam? H . |HT All? ? - ,rr> I Man ?? - ? Ulli? ? International League l.AMKS TO-DAY Toronto at Newark. Buffalo at Baltimore. Montreal at Richmond. Rochester at Providence. YLSTLBDAY'S RESULTS Newark. ?S: Montreal. 2. Buffalo. 7: Providence, fi. Toronto. T: Richmond. 0. I.'orhcster at Ballimore (rain). BTANDING OF TBAMI W. !.. Pe. w. L. Pc. Newark... .'? 1 JM Richm'nd 3 5 375 Balllm'e. t? 2 .750 Toronto... I ? .375 Provld'e. :i 3 .'?00 Montreal 2 t .333 Roch'ter, ! I .500 Buffalo.... 2 4 .313 McGraw Pitches Bears to Victory Over Montreals Donovan Recruit Big Factor in Game at Newark? Score, 6-2 Bob McGraw, one of Bill Donovan's recruit?, pitched Newark to a 6 to 2 victory over the Montreal Royals yes? terday afternoon at Newark. McGraw was wild in the first few innings and got himself into many tight places, but worked out, and when he settled down twirled a fine brand of ball. Montreal made live errors. Major, the short stop, being charged xvith four of them, which helped Newark in scoring. Newark started the scoring in the id inning when a pass to Russell proved costly. Eldred advanced him with a .sacrifice, and when Major let Egan's grounder get away from him Ruasell counted. The Bears got anoth? er run in the next inning, xvhen tuller walked and Mowe beat out a bunt. Haas ? i Fuller, but Major mussed up Callahan's roller and Mowe went, to third, from where he scored while Rux tell xvas being throxvn out at first. The Bears went, scoreless in the fourth round, but came back by getting in th?; tifth and another brace of runs in the sixth. Newark filled th? bases in the sixth on Kgan's double, and passes to Mc Graw and Kulier. Mowe then singled to centre, scoring Egan and McGraw. Montreal got its Aral run in the fourth on fathers*.?? double and infield outs by Damrau and Major. The last run was scored in the eighth, Slattery crossing the plate on Damrau's single. The score: MONTREAL I I? *o r h po i e liamriu ' M-XVARK I I. ?b r h l?.? .vi i u " ? Fulkr, a . ' * 1 : ??i iw?. ?? 4 ?? I l 4 o : ?1 i? i 0 ?I llaaa If 4 >? n : '?0 MlaUary, lb. 4 1 ?i l:t 1 ?I l'alnhaii. of. 41 J I II '. ..' I l) 0 Ru?Mll. iv i i 1 II 1 ?I .', It* 1 . ' K..I-.I rf 101 i ' ?, at 4 ?I 1 4 1 'I ., >i ?I ?I ii (, 0 Kein e, 4 1 I 4 2 0 4 Oil '.' 0 1 UcOrtw, p ; 1 0 o : * spr'sman. |i l?'i ?i It i *i ? 9 ?: u t Hxjtr in rtihtfc ? ? l fir -iprlnsmin In : i tiietsei i?? ?? o ?i i ,i n i ' , tttalm Moral "v> I'lllshu M Ora I Sa.-nfi.? Hal? I'.m.,i9 i It] ? ? ??? r i ? '. : ? . I ? 1144?* ..-. ' .... II!? M on . ?I ?an f-t runa uff XI ??raw IT pain, '? ? an I Xlow-l St? By M ?iraw. : ilnsmu i mplrti O'Br? t : -?-? I Six Runs in Second Win Game for the Senators Wa?hington. April 21. Washington defeated Philailelnhia to-day. K to 5. evening up the series. A pas?, a sacn ?I four hits, including a triple by Judge with the bases filled, gave the locals six runs in the second inning. The ?core: i'MII.aki.i.I'mu x ' xx tsinv?; r?i\ x i. < a r ? l i? l ? lundi 4 0 l t ? : ? ? -, ?) i i i * xt ?. Ill : I t i: - ' ? llh, !f ? ft ?i n ?11 M-rttn. 3t x i ' M, ! I. lb 4 0 1 ?i ., ?xv i i? i ?> M l i ?j aba II la Ar, \ I I ii i n til) I 4 l) III I in ? .i ?i : i <i 40 I I ? I i i ?I n : ,i 4 1 l -, 4 1) 3 1? I t I Toula V ,1: (ion Judf? '?>r Haler in in? H?ll?~! ? IflBlmj ?i i ? ?i i a a?i : i ? Min Strunk, Ji.Ji? si.ri??-? hiu ? ? Doubl? piati ?1 I - I'444*4 I'hlia ?'?, ( a.,? Off Sha? : " M '? off a Jolins?.. 1 nia ?- - ram? Im Mu ?ad : n - ? at? lu 9 tnnl???-?. I - 4 Pi??-1 I? Is Auiiinilli .' I upi-M Dln-ani atul - McCraw's ?Men lake Rubber Game, 6 to 2,?"Vocal" Score lacking B) W. O. M'l.EKH \N 1 anta, a the rubhei K.mie g| ? ries, easily smothered the Bl not only at the national pastime, but in the game of repartee. The score of the ball game il officially recorded a? eri * Beaton, 2. The official returns of the contest in repartee are . three stenographers having bien disabled trying to keep the cout.*. Heinie Zimmerman's recor?! for the a couple of health, hita, Fletcher ig credited xvith the same num ber, ?kiln Herzog had only one. H . the repartee record of this ta - trio, if it had been completed, would disclose some treasures for current lit erature. Th.- air ?.?.a- filled with bon mots and things of tha* John Kvers, while he did not partie pate actively in the ball game, was one of the most enthusiastic partici? pait s in the repartee contest. He lasted until the other conversationalists among the Braves weakened and lapsed into the silences. Hank Gowdy had only one hit, but he showed himself to be one of the most pointed retorter? ; on the Braves' line-up. The result of the vocal and physical , clash between the Giants and Braves is that McGraw's men are glued to th? top rung of the National League climb? ing apparatus. The Braves ?lipped into third place directly under the convul? sively clinging Cardinals. Feigned Contempt for Schupp The Bostonians started by feigning contempt for our young Mr. Ferdinand Schupp and a still greater contempt for ?no rollicking rhetoric of our famou* diamond convers?t ?orfatists. But be? fore the eight ana b half slowly mov? ing innings wore completed they showed 1 a wholesome respect for the rising young left bander and a regard tha* bordered on reverence for the rapid eloquence of Zimmerman, Herzog and Fletcher. The 1'raves might be said to have entered like the more or less wel1 known hon and to have taken the gate after thp fashion of the hardly 1 widely known iamb. Purely baseball features that migh* be mentioned in connection with the ' dual contest were a running catch b\ t George Burns and an ineffectual at? tempt by Lew McCarty to fathom the weird, inscrutable mind cf Hank 0TJay. the umpire. Allen, the hurler for the Bravea, got to-the three and two stage of accumu? lating strikes and balls. The fourth vas sent over, and McCarty, who la a?i dieted to original thought at time?. thought it was a strike and playfully tossed the ball over Zimmerman's head. Allen got as tar as second base before the little pellet could be recov? ered. The Braves started valiantly enough i in their part of the Brat inning. Rabbit , Maranville was hit with the ball by Schupp as an opening galutv. Twomb!*. .singled after Massey was thrown out. ? placing the Rabbit on third. Sherwood Magee lobbed one to Zimmerman, who ; thought to nail Twombly at second, bui : the throxv was late and the Rabbit ?etar ; ried home xvith some of the activity which is displayed by the little animal after which he is named. Thia start made the Braves quite j chipper, and their language began to scintillate. But in the very same inn , ing the Giants put over two runs. Burn' and Herzog got a base on balls each and Robertson inadvertently poked himself into a double. Heinie Zim walked up. eloquent and ready to do ! things with his bat. He scored Burn? with a single to right and stole second Fletcher, another Giant in eloquence and baseball, doubled to centre, gearing Zimmerman. Two-Bagger for Herzog In the third Herzog shattered the , moist and muggy afternoon with a two base hit to left Hold. Heinie Zimmer 'man, chewing gum and breathing ?let' lance from both throat and nostrils, singled to centre after Robertson struck OOt, and brought in Herzog. In the fourth and fifth innings ther* , was very little ?loing in the run getting line, but considerable entertainment was furnished in the matter of, cor versation. Zimmerman zipped his epi? grama from the Giant bench ?o the a' dugout. Herzog sent his all the way out to -entro and left held*. Fletcher had i.o general directions; he just talked over the lot. John Evers. from the Braves' coach Ing line, threw pieces of rhetoric at any ? liant head that happened to be in range. Thoi? in the grandstands decided that j it was a belter game to Hatea to than to watch, and cupped their ears as the eonveraation became general. McCarthy*! eccentric toss, which gave Allen two bases instead of one on four balls, revived the Braves' hope in the ' sixth. But Maranville fanned, Massey I popped out to Holke mid Schupp tossed , out Twombly. With two out .n in? ir half of the sixth, tha Giants, aided by an error of Sherwood Magee, put another oxer Fletcher singled and Kauff took a base on balls. It was here that Sherwood dropped a fly by Holke and Fletcher scosed. Allen then purposely passed McCarthy, de*pite the protests of the multitude, and tilled the bases. Ferdinand Schupp, who is decidedly more familiar with the ball than lie |a xvith the bat, was out on three called strikes. Another Chance in Eighth In the ?ev>nth it looked again as j though the Braves might have a chance to ev.n thing? up. Konetchy forceil Magee. who singled Smith hit to left f'eld. After Kelly was nailed on a long fly, Hank Gowdy. the rangy conversa? tionalist, smashed a single that scored Konetchy, Barnes, a right-hander, relieved Al len in the -ame inning, and met trouble ilrnost instantly. Burns carromed a hit off Smith's knee and went to second on If-r.'og's out Then Dashing Pavy Rob? ertson, the beaming bridegroom, sent a triple to the right field boundary line. scoring Burns. Robertson scored on Zimmerman's out. In the eighth inning the ?.lant? added ? two unnecessary run?. Holke doubled I to right and McCarthy doubled to left ?scoring Holke. Schupp singled to left and scored McCarthy. Burn? walked and Hsrzog rolled out to Konetchy. ; Red Murray was sent in to take Rob ? ertson'? turn at bat, and walked, filling ! the bases. Heinie Zim, bat and all ?fared the troubled right-hander, but j was thrown out by Smith. Gowdy took one more hurl at the repartee as he ran from the ground?. bU '. WV W?k- Th? Br,v" h?d beere ciitplayed and outtalked. 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