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Rally in Ninth Wins for Yanks-Giants Victors-Dodgers Lose
When All Hope Seems Lost, the Yanks Win rwe Umpires Stir Up Wild Bill Donovan to Suth an Extent That 1 lis Men Stace \ i< toi ions Ninth Inning Rall}-. By W. 0. MtGEEHAN - t] ',,? i,tnpi*?< in tlu flcld where t.. . 0? eemed more than aufficient, the Y . . ninth inning rally that beat the '; - . n, i ar; owner of UM S I ? - BJ r< r Detroil ; ? join bia reg . winn the explosion, detonation or blow-off nant the captain rea? and attention Detroit._ nry maj-nate execu Tf*t /sor I -: f"r toe exit Baas R*". Baker eoaaocted for a clean Irya drove % lal lefl re and placed nant nbrupt.y sr* 1 resumed his feat. He ha? B iUt to carnie off. . ... ' Ingled along the and Baker scored. Sur.*" a lon? og to Cobb and Headryi ?-cored. This tied ti.e count and Capiain Huston, despite the fact that the bugles, the fifes and the I and Tarious other martial in (.------ were ca'.llng him, settled ?tors c'.ose'.y into his seat. Bush Stops Ballet At this suge of the battle Briga? dier Wild Willam Honovan sent Ray Cs'.dwell in to bat for 811m Love. Caidwf'i crashed one to Bush that a . n&ve been a sure hit for anybody but the terr-rrmmer.'. telegrapher. The bt*i cam? with ta? .-peed of a Mau toppod the re, but managed :. It ?s? s** pli oe of , : < en staged for some : ' It looked as though the rally would here, but Lee Magee trun? dled up ard drove out a nicol] on Hughey ji . emitted a low n.oan of out a -? - Carroll Jones was sent la to rtplact ' Hu;- who made his I ? ra for ; som ' ? brate i ^ . I faith as | ? i High cracked I lands well came home .?. '.nmg run is a taoroui . I . tais T I nf li ? '. the bench beaming until .1 rials thought occurred, "/'ve missed a I i I'll be .. ?nartialled." he moaned. Th. n was -while he did a I rand Cential ! The . three un-' r.ined to the ?-ati-fi-c .'.iam Donovan. "I. ? bad e ? com ,.dd a . Wild Bul Wrathy The wrath of V .m wa? in crca-' ? . ? . was life a. ' ig with n pod to . blew . .r.arkhble atmospheric ' . ball, eon ?.?. ? that it wa?* ;i - lered . lag. I William Donovan ? . . . - ibjec'. eral. Ai s piece of menee it rani?. r.ck Henry, li | irgu The Taakoei k<?cond inning, when -.eld. Tim Hen? . fatten his . . .her double past third junc ? Hugh rolled ??own the bunt which rolled foul when t'hmke - oration Peckinpaugh i orporal ? ? . npaut ?ioub - -rd. . ? ' . it t" . CO. He ?cored on ? -' Mogridg . . - the a bunt, "i ' . I ' ' ! of him. ' ' s him. ' ' :. fumbl? ed by Khrr . and brought " ... - ' - will . , ?. drills ^?ckey Ready to Take .W with 0. H. Wathen '. - <. ?. "jf to eithn I-.. '. ' ' AM-., lid . ?osM ' tate National < 1 I 'the ti?*? '?*'*? "'''"> f''' ''' roraaval ?a-SSII * * "*" lB Uv0' "' '" ' '' ' *e fcl* ' fi-*Se T?b?eu, owi ?P-siiaTM?'**? ' '' ' " ''.?"", UiL F,,j:- ''?-'??bul, Milwankf '?*.?**? City. Yanks Laugh Last ? ' . ? I .',??: ; a I ? ?'? r h j?. ? e Bilah. ?. : . ' ? I i ? . rf. 4 1 I ?i fi 0 luker Li 1 : : IIS 4 . . . ??-..-. 4004 p . S 0 1 0 . ft l ft ' .? p 0 0 0 i? ? - 0 0 ft ri T.'taU . Ula **?.'6 Bl Trxala. -, ti '.ft ?J? 14 0 .Two out wber. wln-rtr.f run au irnrrd tUattoa fur IxiTe 1'. tie r ?- th Irr? | P?4f?4l (I 0 0 1 f ? 0 0 1-5 KM \or\ . ... aaaaaaai s-? TVolm h.Ia-Tenir?. Pa'-- R?| 1-TI (I). ITcrca run-He1 m?i S- " bal? HUT.? Purl ' i B* - . a file? \ea. . N makai Daul ? r?1?T*-Khmk? I. - . i? : 1 l I . i |h ?;. I Plpp 1 ' ' ? * " .-* ile. 1 . PT I- ?M 1 II" r hu - Lo*? I nita ? " ? i ' td ko m? bau Hi; tv 1 ? Hl|l . ? iii xi irl ir- : ? Le*? : - -xin?r1rlie N?..ln IlII'lMir Tim? . Pirate.s Break Even with Men Of Quakertown P ".?burgh, June 4.-By wianing to? day's ajame, I to i, Pittabnrgh broke even in the jenes with Philadi pitched effective bal!, and while Lavender xvas not hit often the home team made every hit count. In the first inr.ir.*- Philadelphia scored on Paakl li and Han croft's double. Pittfburph ?-cored thre?? ii the third inning on singles by Pitler and Schulte, a double by Jacobs and errors by Stock and Cravata, Two runs were scored in the 1 on Jacobs's gafe bunt, a pa=? to Til? ler, Caray'a triple and Sell Pee fly. The score: . . i pirraai BOH ia Li a*i r li po a e . -. ri mses ' rf.. '11'? 4 1 11 ('" I - ... I '410 ? tr. p 2 0 u 0 ; . i .. \- III Tot?:? . .? . II i ft ; i - : .'.-?. Barril ti'. . I PI? , IT Lai - I t By I ? ? . Braves Defect Reds, Johnny Evers Starring Ciaelnnati, Jam I Regaa'i v.i-re follower] hv timely hits and Be - ton won to-da*"*! <*ame from the Rada handily. The score was I t4 '2. Harnes kept his hits well sen except in the ?eventh, when four -trhifcht siaglaa and a ?mern:?-.? ? Cincinnati two run?. . ??'? flalding featured the carne, <-i .- . .'.'ive ehanae:. The .?core: B-rMIIMI v t. risnwvr: ibrh i" ?' a - -, pe a a r?--i ? : " <? 1 10 ? 1 111 1 ft (I 4 ' ia M I . - 4 0 S I , . p 4 ! 0 1 '. 0 tieitari. p 1 ft I 1 ? l .. r. e ., n (I fl 1 n 1 0 no io) o ou ' ? . . : r.lr? . s s i a t i i fl I . . I . . : . 1 . .. - i TI . ? off Bega - I In m i * a Dogs Take Liberty Bond A ' .-. recent meei * ol I i I .on j: : Kenn? ' * <l"h Brook!)n, Dr .' i Da Mead in "m tha I "t i i?' |1,000 from ?.ahury, and 'ha* 1>:s ?irrnuit lu . I ? '. I Bl I I bert v laaaui ?mid appla'i'e Giants Return To Winning Ways in West I rrri Anderson Shines in Box Aftrr .i Poor Start St, j o,i,-. June 4. McGraw'i I ? . ? i of 6 to I ?-, and Id? I ' d the long end . Mound Pn '. And ' ?? the most re tors '" went the route ngam?t the com? i '* of Steal). Watson and .rd. Ar d' r on WHS not in his best form fi r ths Brs1 to? innings, but wa* for? tunate enough to drop into a spot whore thora was plenty of scoring be? hind him. . wera In ;i slug ging mood. Thoj ed ont ton hil including a home run Gi - Burns, I in two days, In the fourth ir.ning c game b) , ' . sith s eoupls of bad . he purt of the home tai red a pitch? ing dni-1 between Anderson and (Jene Packard, the BOttthpaw, in which neither side wan able to Bcore. On Road to Ruin Rurns, fir?t up in the game, smarted Steals on the road to ruin. He hit to the right centra field for a home run Herzog walked. Zimmerman singled to . after Rob rtson had Fkied to I.nug. That ended Steele. Mule Wat ion, who iiiumed the pitching burden, it (Jon/ales I, and Arthur was safe, th m ly one out. Henny Kauri grounded to Gonsalei and fore< d si the ] late. Holke ii ia. This horn? run of Buns'l was matched bj Long in St. 1 i nd ' nfor? - ths Cards ta o wai at the time as the n ng on ti Holke. Hi th a line drive "-f An.lt rson's chest, go. ga! iii-red Cm se'i grounder, itepped "r1 first baie, and then whipped th.- bs : I i Fletcher in time to double Hornsby sliding for h found the r.cc. The '. anti took s strangle ho] the conti T in the fourth ii 1 li ti h Ka-.:' died to J, Stn th and ; popped to Horn-! j I n lingled to . i over third, scoring Rariden. When F. Smith ? . .. ?on took third and 1 der, wh rec? . ? -.i ?nd, - ' - out on a hunt "... '?. runs back alf, V> ith two g1 : - H Wie on Hi.-orr'- fumble. I f and 1 ? third. Snyder'a single I Cm . i . track < I Tin -t run came in the fifth an the result of two I < raise msda i two b i I ?. Kob l red when Wi Zimmi run I i righi field, MU ' ? > IS \ 1. . ah r ii ... - ab i Burna. . i < . . 1 - aa 4 1 1 1 I . ?SOI? i ? i I ?l 1 T 1 1 111 MIMI I \ -.',:: p 1 ft ft 1 I |i?a ? e e e . * Tatala ; - ? ... - .? ??' \ ' - * IV timm. I: fat Pi ' ' - I ? ' ? . . -. R - -r ar. 1 - . ? Benjamin Letson Beaten on Courts By Von Bernuth \ ? . r ron B< rr ntl fun had the I day in the plngles of New York Lawn Tsnnii Club'i Rronx County patriotic tournai . rday by di foal .- Bi ? lam?n H .;. national boy champion, by a score of 7 .'., B '.'. His vi.-tory phir -d Von Bernuth in the round before the ' nal. To assist the R'd Croll fund, : . ? I \ Throckmor ton, national inl champion, v. di pi ten al on thi ehampion ourt. i ? ? \ . ?al ambirr I ' . ? II , ? ? . . - - I i . - . i I I ... i ... < i i-f. ?."?. H ' Kastern !.. .ruc i . . . IA I ? II, - . - Southern Association ? i . uia. 1 i - Chain ?. l Standing of Major League Clubs NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE CAMM tO-DAY i, W1K- TODA1 .\?w York st Cladaaatl DaCraM at New Y??rk (two) Braakhta ?t nttaararaa <* lavalaad al Baataa Honton at St. l/"Uih I in n- . at Philadelphia ihilndelpbla at Chicago Bj i ,,",? al Waahiagtaa raWTnDAV*l RMtTLTI (TESTBRDAVH RESULTS Se? York, :. ; St I oui?, I. N, ... Vori,. i,; Betraft. .. ( H'?f". I| Mr.n.kim. 2 Chingo, i Philadelphia :' lioatiiii. ".: < in? inn-H. > U II lunirloti 7, St. I.mil?. I. iMtt-hiirah I; Philadelphia, 1 Boataa, 1; Cleralaad, l HANDING "i rEAMI IWIMM, 01 riAMS W. I. ivt W, L P?t I ;. i?, t xs i [v, \ iori. U II .M7' Boato? II 111 AM Baot- IS 12 .TM' IM roll If SI III Phlla M 14 .M? Brooklyn 11 :'?? 112 rhlraga :"? \' W* SI l ..ni? IS 28 lal II,,,,.., **H 17 Mil t In? in ?li |t M -tO'i S \ ?.rl? J?I7#.",I| \l nslifnn I, '? .-? \jau? mm eMt'PIHah'gh 14 21 III (lex eld I ?22 Phils I. HUGHIE HIGH, the . nttfieldcr of the Yankee-*, who returned to tlic (4at? c yesterday at the Polo Grounds after a !'<'tg absente cn account of injurien. High's hit in the ninth scared the wir.nip? run tor Donovan's N ___ U>e(por?li?h? ^*^ ey Grant Jana Wee 1 11- had been Over the Top . . rough No M . ' I . t li Titing eipedition once and h f ,-u. I m r. pelling German attacks on hi* front line trench. So h i - . i n g. "You hear a lot about superstition in sport," he said, "f know ball players . -orr." of th'-m !?> n qUMr dSgfOS, Hut superstition in ?port is nothing at al! I wai i' li nat i .--n 'o be compared. It ).?? beyond all I ?The Greatest Superstition or any other sporting svenl he ieali?es r 1 part, and SO ho ii frequently looking for .ling to meei soma unlucky ilgn. This < ften becom?*-. a W< have all known golfers who became greatly depressed al drawing es, or ball ] i worried over other hard luck ?igns. "V. . trench, or Ovei th.- 'i . ? i ? into a charge, you realize i matter of luck. Your life is no longer ? . [| ble you have ever known. Aid SO instinct '?gins to look fur lucky lad, cor ? dingly) to fear and ifa in nnlueky omens. Ne man in the trenches dare light S -,-.-... ..nth the i ild bring consternation. AU 1 id i roi any i ai ure to 1 .'.. or di Sth It if Up tO ' '.? and the nei a terrifieallj thal the smallest Small shr?.li ge Snd g1 ?. '? ? ? ? lent leap ta s vital import : An Example . m to carry luperstitien Hlong. I recall one place where everything fe ... hot away. 'I; . one thing itanding wai I wall bearing the ?roas. And this had stood for over two years of constant. irre. Ibis wall had never been touched the ero?? was still there although everything el.se for miles around had be??n blown off the face of the world. You can understand whal an effect this would have upon the average mind. "Any game or evei.t where luck or fate is a factor is sure to breed super? Stitlon. Baseball has its jinxes. War has four times a? many for war is on a far gieater scale and of far gr. .it? r importance. In ba??*ball good luck or bad luck means BUCOOSS or l'.iiiure, winning or losing. In war it means life and death " The Main Throb //?? who . mt /..'/? i from the mi Mag chortle "Attabog"; /.' if he who .??ii/.*! tt ticrh-r-foot a iff Leadt au the world in joy. report thal iori Williams, the tennis champion, wai barred from Pla" ?burg on ar- id feet wa? true enough nave for the trifling detaill that I w?*' not barred from Plattsburg and hi. fe? ' are in ?'ne condition. V. I r, | upp ha? averaged ?-omcthing lik" .?.? of an earner! run to each pitched this eason. The nCOrd for a year is .00, nlso hil I b> Schapp. 1 lie New King-or Not.J I or I ?.bri led the batting field He WS ide.! st any j ".-: of this join ? I .i ' A; ? II Speaki r jumped nu' [n front of Cobb and held the lead all .*. I eil thi season. Which meat ti il Tris has [or lev? i snd .> I thi without beint,? h a.?ed. The i loveland *far il H good lead. I* will I" ii ti resting to ice where Ty can overhaul bim, and, ' boa long the men*] little assignment ? II it Who. Indeed? ? ... beat out meng a I wingt with a np; vhe i i there who can ; adi i, Uh ni ?onicii at Piekler Pippf It be a lot of argument as to which wai Mack's greutest m liel.ler?" observe? Plato Peti ' thi answer i* thi? uhich on? did be k?*pp? Arl Which one of th.- f-jur is Still batting up over .MOO1?-' Wagner's Successor teher, Moram Hit or Seo I li'/. four the i-e i ni ti ? lett the four is the lead? ?.. bg ! ? '! ? ' , of Ug or Pt j. |. r. "i'.i.'t -.on tbink." j<-4? i: 1 i? . "that tb<* nar hetWOOB ABSoriea snd Oaf? riianj ihould !". ? r or | til 1 mote ksapei ted Stat " ?Golf Associai , -h m..m. ntoo ? . ttemptod at i "Whj matt the smplaaahips rai'. ia esc! .nar??. Whp ?A<?re thi f the | ? where tia -..ling aba?. ? ' ?.- Church, Willlasn fohnston, . J Cubs Win Third Game in Row From Dodgers Heavy Batting <>f LesUs Mann Brings Victory to Chicago leam. J ma t 1 ne '.. . : iheir . i kara wit bi ?rai the made ii roar for the tin.-. B MOI if 4 to 1 i re wa;- uoubie - kalian to Mitchell In the tea foi a blocking the title-holders d igo carried Larry ( heney, the ipitball pitcher, to leatraction aisu. Chaney ia not m popular here a> he (?rice w;> ..ii of hia I raaafer 'rum Chi? cago to Bros&lyn ".".as apport?t ind '. t one. I "ntl of Spithalls Sines . - ? '?'? naj h.? club Larry mi| ttai a .'ii \t again to daj bul for Loalie Mann. Iii s outl I pal ?lily fond ??'' .siiitball pitching, for he i himself to a homo run and i double during tht? afternoon, thereby figuring in no leas than three of ' four runs that f? 11 to the locals. It ??vas the homer that broke? tne heart of Cheney. The doable spoiled tne afternoon for Wheeser Pell. Jim Vaughn carried the banner for the Cub*. He wa- hit almost as freely as tho relay of three pitchers that Un? cle Robb;?? sent againat him, but steered clear of extra base knocks in ?h.? one. Vaughn was poasess? i o*" unusual cunti?!. ric allowed ?nly on?! balli i?:.'! ?vh .'.. ,? i '..? h it te ? For tiif i ist three innings the pitch? ing of both (heney and vaughn as mendable. In the first la? '. v. l'h two gorn?. i got 8t? Bgel'a fly. In ,:. ?" /?. 1er ?ralked and stole i I - a ' n?- itert, v. . . iik ?mt and Doyle Hied 'o Hickman Merkla walked. A wild pitch put the runners on third an.I li I em y tight ? ick ;. Williams. Olson Spoils Rally Peal ?rho - ogled, arith two out in 1 ' igo's half ?i*' tha -.''nuil, was ou". ng to stn tch * to a doubla, M iii'-i on Z der*! bad throw, s'.irt ' .' t h i rd. but after Cheney fore?'I bia catcher, Olson hit into a double play. The Doderers broke the ice la the fourth With two ou*. Casey ster-.^e! doubled to left and scored on /a"?. Wheat's triple to right. Vaughn made . p and threw* out Cutahaw, rally. t hi ?aga eincl ed the gum?'' in tha ?? c ond half ol this ?Maa Em ing, Th ? wildaaas i f ? heney pt't himself in tha hole. I or in started by paaaing Doyle Larry took second arl ila Chaney was lu- ing ' ni Merkle and ?rot te third on a wild pitch. Williami tinglad, tieing the score. .Mann hit late the left I.? .?1 ei o? i?: W liama ahead of him. Wilson '-truck out. Sa ?li ! Vaughn, after Peal I a.l tingled, I ha ' d gama in the - eond I alf al th i . tth W died to Stengel, hu* the troublaaom? Mann found ?MI. ?rho receded ? v, for a double to loft, Williams smi/led t?? o ng Leall . | 11 icore : BItOOKLTM H I. I ? l'I< 400 IN lal - pe . ? ah r h P" ? ? ... I rf lill" ' Xlertli II I - ' w ,. '! I Ililli .iii II . 4 "? . ? , ? . . i n n i n (re? i I] 1 ; . ? . ? i n '. j .|tr ? : III 1 I i ' . i ? -: ? i .I;.- ?' Far ?'heney Ir t1'? Vh Inrini. . - ! In tho Urti L'inlii? ?i .' o 1 o 1 i. . | i BW .. Xtaiir ?la. ' - i . ? .i Baa?? ball?-Off I . : ? r Tauil mu i ?- , ' i i ? ?ii n. UI'il 0 !?', ?ltd Htrrt : Feature Facts For the Fans Three umpires vere o-ed In the "I ankf- Tif-er contest Ia-i-lie Manns double and horn? run ?on for the Cubs. i.ardnfr. of the Red S?>\. made three bits in three time-? at bat. Eraaa ,a, hack in the ?rame for the Rraxe*. He accepted t??elxe chances wl'hont an errnr. I'itler. the nrw Pittsburgh second Iiasetnan, fir-iirr.l larr-cly in the Pi? rate defeat ?if the PhllllOS Three run* in the first enabled the \x hite Sox to l.eat the Athletics. *l onnjr. o' the Tigers, former YaahOC, made three h Ita? one a doable, in four times at bat. Heitman, who ha- ?ucceeded Sam (raw ford la right field, put a homer in the left Held bleicher-. Red Sox Win in Pitchers' Tilt With the Indianas - Muston, June 4. Boston defeated Cleveland li to 1 in a pitchers' ha*:!" to-duy. Coveleskie, Cleveland's star pitcher, was hit for three .?infries in the sixth inning, which netted two runs. Cleveland scored in the first inning on Shore'? error, (,ran?>\'s ?teal and Speaker's single. Tha Boston infield rallied around Shore when danger threatened. The score: ? UAU-XMl iA I. ' H??s|..\ A I. i r ii u ? t Bri III ;r i i ; ' i ? II . ? ?ia?nm ,?1.1 ? . i . ? ? ria I I tiarra, lb.. 4 0 A H I... - I 0 I 4 I OAl . ' 1 J 1 .Biiunt? i o o ir o o, fAiuaffti . i s a i Touii 3? I : .'I ?} ? Tatst? .lla"~1 *?? 1 n i li (ti I a i. i i M | || i? ?i i i . i s a i ? . ? - Mirer Otan?? ' ... N (,-V . tV| 1| ' 1 I, mail U - > II :.-' . ? Bo ' ? - 2; ?'It ? vei.kl .1 lilla ? ,. .- ? i ? ' " l .. i White Sox Only Need One Inning to Win Philadelphia, June 1 Raaaall held Philadelphia safa to-n.iv after Chicago took a three-run .ead in the iirst inn las?, the ?core being i to 2. In tlie first inning < bieaga mail? enough runs to erin on hates'.? wild turo-.',' ni' Weaver'- grounder, .m out, Jackson'.-; single, which SCOrad Weaver, mid Palach'a norna run. nu . HU .X'." II. '-'I II . tai*?'?,, rf.. 3 1 0 1 ? ? lill ' ililli Collin?. 2b.. 3 11 4 4 . ? ' i : J ? ' i . < i '.i Ulli 00 li nu i I I . ? I I '1 I . .Batta ' . isii i a a a-i ;.:.la .i 1 ,i . ? : ..,-?- i < li ... I. io. *, I iso. 1. Bu : Rita r i- . b) . .. iii-?,. ii le II I . . ?. _ American Association Lil*. I| karra. ? . I ... ' New York State .".?ra. ni?, ! I |ha I. .i-iil . uri, 1 Ban B. Johnson Says Senators Will "Remain" By ^v. j. MAI BETH President Ban Johnson of the Ameri? can League declnr.?.! last night that ther.-? ?.is no truth in the story that the franchise of the Washington club n si fo be tren iferred te A rumor yesterday had it that .- to the poor patronage al the ? i] -..i ? ?ty, the Senator! probably would be me ed I ither to Haltrmore or Brooklyn pr?f?rant) I "We never have considered Ha-' more," laid Johnson, "for .mr circuit toa ? orfeited iti frai yean aero. I cnnnot understand l oa inch an absurd story originated m connection a I thi Oriol? Cil Perhaps such propaganda was >.>nt nu .?i ii '; nee the coming lawsuit be 'i-'-n the defunct Federal League club -olden of that city and organized '.li te 'rial at Phlladelph'- nexl Honda] "I ha\e heard piiepestions made ti at it might be a good ide? to move the V, ?-. club. I Bl tile SUggl ' niado no impression on the American . .'?;'. owners. Is fact, I never heard the project ?enously discussed. MI. k bj H ashinfton "fne sentiment of the American League," Mr. Johnson continued, "is to Itici b) Washington. There if a MB ti? ment connected with our operations in th? Capital City of our country li ha?; be?n a tremendous force toward populan? ng snd inculcating the ge?ad lame ard sport ?manship of OBf na ?ronal game. "I can truthfully lay the American ! i| . ser ap?rate in Wash fton B1 S lOSI than elsewhere at a .on ha?i done a lo? for ? ?mel ?'." League The American League doei no', propose te forget its obligations. It would he a shame, in this natrons! cn?i?. to take 'he beat .-i.-? of baseball aera] from the Cap?. tal ( itj " Throughout th?? winter, from tim? to time, storiei . .. e > roapod oal th?u th.? I . ii I .- | Blight MOB be . l?nted in Brooklyn, li waa Whispered hy those supposedly b.-hm.l the seenei that ti B1 League ?n-ild not anl? i .'? offer h< si yhtes) obji tend I band al di d lb? Ai. ?League repr?sentative in Brooklyn .. : for s i"' -. term o? yes Ebbeti Field property from i the McK'e. I Bl Thi '? .... |?|| a tran<;. fer we '- . : ter, or OtTi red, by i ? I League ii tai . 11 How? eer, til n an I no1 I -.?..: - .. err . '? r MBOO ed ?...?'? ' ' phant? on the l e.-d- of 'he Joh nation Philadi Iphfs : ia re I Mae! ' iff iii What the futur? ? nable Pe there nill h? ne i . the American Le "The sentiments of the Am ?League hat led in com.ert mn a (th t1 ? .*-' ii day I trames we prof -?* to pla] In thi : ra'd Johnson yeit? . "U i ar.- not ;- baseball in the East We might have hld it in Kew York for ? he BOB ng se want it rhese I , we feel, held in connection with sacred band concerts, will mean no financial profit to either of the maj?.r lesgues. "Ha?"bH';l si the country's nal ?nor?- should and must do its ?hare in ?houldenri: ihr burdens of th? , There aere icoaTen ?ho looKed upon our I advertising dodee. 1 think they n ni/e the ? MOrit? of the Amer es . are giving 'rp a lol l sie to roi for mllits '1 h. y will he ready ta s bugle call. Every club owner of the Amen ? lady to lock his park in hil eountry'i sen ice "We believe 'rum ?he propo.e.l we ran gue the foveramoal for army and navy eharil M of mercv between I1M.900 n"d ISOOJNM IT. It hurt* to have fnir BM impugned ' Phil Hal!, president of the St t.oui* Bl . ru. will reach town to.lav to con f.-i- vii'1, Messrs. Johnaon and Kuppe li iii on thi proposed benefit f-<r the New York regiment of engineer? a. depar' tor Fiance BAf.E?UlL Tri OAV ,. .' ?al s ?I ? ? Big Q,r prises Luit ven Day o? Women's Tennis Miss Helene Pollak Defeat? Min Edith Handy in Middle States Match. ?Bj ?ED ?lAWTHOBil ..? .? ?Shatea tourna* for ?o--'.en bejran | aatac la/ morning on the turf courts of 'ha : . ' ia, ..- '.;.. Iaa> ttcn, Staten i-la-.d. aita (vasty ?"'tfhfc I in the ?ii ? *eaad urog rfasg r .? la] '-has :'.iyer.1 adttaaoad tata tha n-unJ .. the sera i-f. tal. The d.iuhle* ' .- ! the sir.j-les will h.- 1 . r.? .:?_-?-.- into the ?jemi f" nal rouni. Thara were sa-reral m^prn?*? to ?D liven the opentnur .tay. Miaa Helene ..r- ?''.tu H uidv, te . - Islaad champion, n a by a ?e?>re of ?' 4, - I?..rest i ?i l-e. Casino I Miaa I aroma I .tting left hander, at Baaaia Holden, of New Ro? chelle, defeated Miaa Horence Pall, of* the "V. ?. Side T. nnia C1 :b, by n icor? at .' [Iss I*hel Tyr.dale. prnent champion of Staten Island, won two matcha?, first eliminatins? Mr?. Arthur (. Deane at ?*> - 1, 6 2, and then romping through a match with Mrs?. Predi rich Damrau bj* a reor? M < H> I- .. G llaaa :. viinipiti'i and ru'i'ier 'il * . ; . ? al P?'lv'am, Milla Bad Mrs. I m a*? lien, irles Vernon B whin?, .ii?.i i- itno ittt the loss al -i set. .' la one in the tha turf was in condition, eonaideritaaj . Marita I'irehand Drive?. * prora eaaal ha Poliah from .. ishaad ?ln\sa ; ? n.iid aaaa? iag pi m tti" soeond sot, when -lu- made Bar stand ia f?ir?' court ii th? i all "if short In tha hosra? . il m?'"? dad "? rall h kal m tho eourt, rim i iiall ah an ?t cum'- t.i har "ii hi r baekhaad HH?1 i'. I', t n sr on her fl? up the hole? la hi r defeaei I : . Pollak | iired th .? ' ki .; lisned .?..;, Inring al I '-:. I 0 Mr- . !;?i I? ?I har mat ?ii * i r li fi ora daap cour .. i finding ? . could t? ?m terms when it cuni?' i.i daap dr?a? h' r im"i? and warnt to the nat 1 . pointe, and n brilliant ? keen* - inn that ? ? . tindale Plaga Well. rait mood yes ?'.?.fid being iil tirely 1 Miss Gilleaudeaa waa a Gibraltar of ?r ' to i "vee ' ? The suml \i .?, . | PATRIOT!!* - . . ' I *?' - II 7 ' M It , M ' ? . -, . ' ' , ? i ' 1 ? I .. . . | 4 ' | . VII-, i I . a " . Mai l . t. 4 ? *, . I Witt} I ? ? Four R-.ins Oaf Koob in One Frame Beats Browns .?i i fin% enpor-- .' for I in in the ' liim and ? , but Bg h? sided three ? ich netted - ? ' M ISHIXQTON 'A f. ) i i ii on noa i ? . - I If ?i .? I] i i ia o I 0 ? ? ? . } I ? ? I M-.1- aa ? A li I ? 0 li I 7 is itali i - ?.'.-. i e i 1 A I I 8-I ' ' ' 00 ?' " . " i , - . ratt Larft ?a . ? .' . .- K'.r?' l4a?l r?: "i arid < . .a .? RACING \l Hl.lt lill I BELMONT PARK TODAY $1,500 BOUQUET STAKES SEARINGTOWN HANDICAP PLATTSDALE HANDICAP 2i 4 MILE STEEPLECHASE ?.nd 2 oth-r Good Racea KII.INMM? IT -' "> I?. M "i .< , Train? l?avr l>nna ar. ! dr. ikiyn. at I?!*1? ?.'i?'.a up to IB I1 M ??on ?al < ai a Keeer\eM tor lavliaa .. :.i..: bi ?Tr; Har <.rnn<l -?ami t TaaKlork. BJ. I nilli?? ?I 5? ^?.'liaatTi.