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Vlacomber Entry Easy Victor in Feature Race hjcullite Beaten <?t Belmont , ^-Rainstorm Mars Sport mr \^ ins I hird \NK li \', li . . .'ties at Be! ' fury. I - . . length! in rallit?, . mud i . t. Bughonaa. Gil . ' ? . the eoarac ; ' it J I ' li ' , . J J al. V ice and thi ?:our to . 'earned J . . favored I.u ? ? tha ti i racad 'sr a: ' >** com ? .e llMeabtr \11 the Way ? la make ,- III .. ninga, really ' ptt' '}.* ?. i- - ka . .e two . ' ?g from I . a a'ame ?por* ? . ombar com? . ? ? ? ?r it | ? I ? ? .re of ' . reat ! the .? the ., .. ' \ that Wal riven . ling flaihei ? . ? ? - I h ?i?; Ran . j. Fa? our, the 'r.m . ? . . . or-- on bax ? oma in the .- ? langi ... ? . i three ttei eh. J. J, Lilli*, which .'.'? -. in th? ..(?counted for '.airer of the to branch out ? - . . ; Blu? '- . ? *' and a green | ?. to run hil .. . .monds and a .'* Belmont Results ? t ? ? i . ? ? ''ti r, ? A ? . ft , [Si* TO.*,*, . . -, " > A THE CP0?T-2fGra"lW a LIGHT %e * \\ h?,' i- re? tag of .,,,,,, ; \\-, ,, pcr. centage hat botwci v. , .. percentage hat umior MOV eui Ural thoueht ;,. . ., (|rf,r,r,p(1 u?r^ ,,,_ via thfl ???]y mail, was practically .-. . .i-,f, H'tTerfr ' " P?rnilttln|.go at that it a ed te HI ? ti Se !n'->r that ' ? - . having thai newer? ?.?oulil he in the forth,?on*,ni?.- rn ir'-M ? rr.,-?' of certain Ind ti Heneo the sordid which art not con] ? Mu ?V. O. N. . atad Order .300 and Above In 'ho two major loaga?M, excluding- I . i business is more evenl batting than to ha- bul whe ti] ?re more batted aga thai. I .- thor? are r-omothing like ISO irjulars listed; ahout seventy-five t?> a 1? k1 this precarious moment, seventeen of these are halting 300 or more. PevOBI te all practical and working pu*i I 11 r?r cent of ISO. Briefly, one man out of nine, or one man te . n .300 hitter apon ;?'. r-rru*?' := no light ach:?- *. mark, full proof I he Second Wedge come upon a heavy extension. For we are i.nw leaving the roof for apartnenti Further down and there ii always a gr? itei crowd Well below the top. 'lhere are now just foi ty-t" roe Boni of Swat ranged in the majors be. tween .250 and .300. Forty-three, as ure make it out, li 29 per cent of 150. Which is to say that about one bail player out of every three i" somewhere between these fair to middling marks neither maiks of greata? I M '.cr rooking of the bush. The Big Push lins* the res* of II li soft enough. If there are seven'een xtOO hittOTI and forty-three between 250 and ?80C, there must be ninety sunkissed athletes under Which ii to say that precise'.y f(\ per cent of all regulars hr.t under .2.r?0 on ? ?ral average. These ligan may be ii lil I y later on. But not to any great e** re major league averagei from last year we find that I irei ,?: -i" ?'ii the average for every bali player that lifted a bat and made threatening gr-' ' one or a curve. Bo a .'-'.<% batsman is not ted M ? weak member of the Society <?f Swat, ile ii merely an .-.vcrage member. If he rangos above Mb he is a trifle hct?rr than the average From that p. t hi - well beyond the .weltering, moody mai The Few Inge, With so few up around ,800, you can under =tand s that Wagner al in their dayl were awarded such acclaim why i obb and Speaker are ?-o regarded now. % twelve-yen- average ii around .37?) 122 points above the normal - of the average man. It ii aomething to work above the average. Bal . . ." ta oarer I span of twelve or thirteen years i-, more of an a'' Speaker, batting MS last leaton, wai exactly 13S points heyord the ige player, and 181 pointa requires an unusually bulky ?addition of bnse I -jch as more than one ball player can round up m a year Fan Fancies a queer institution. He fancies hitting above ?aver] other detail of the game Bil leading favoritei havi included Wagner, l.ajoie, (obb, ? ollina and Paker. They can hit the ball. Yet, he will pay out almost as much coin and come out almost as quickly to see some star pitcher drive the hitters to the bosky dell. They came in thousanda to tee Mathewson and Wadell. They came in almost as many flocki io r-ee Ed Walsh. And to-day they itali flock to inspect Alexander and Johnaon. I And ;?.' .* lent either batting or pitching which hire? the fanatic out. I'.'s winning. The team that wins has lomething soothing for the fanatical orb and the fanatical breast. The Giants la. t fall had no great hitters and no rpectaculnr pitchers on display. Hut when they were engaged In that wild .hoy were parking the park. "(arl Morris has no one but Je-s 'Allard between him and the heavy? weight crown." Exchange. And Germany hal HO ona between her and world dominion but America. England) France, Japan. Rus-sia, ItaJy. Rumania ami Serbia. Did It ever occur to you that Noleen, Wolgast, Ritchie and Welsh four lightweight champions in order were still on their feet when the finish arrived *! ?.! to lose without winding up with your featurei in ?he r . - o long since Fcrdy Schupp has loat a ball game that he is any minute now ??nat to vary the monotony. Perd] haaal lost a . defeat he permitted only three hits. o Samuel is generally a slow starter. Rut no camera ba? ever ghi him loafing ou? the stretch. Baltimore Franchise Not Worth Dollar, Says Garry Head oi Red-? A1?0 t.xplains Why Old League Sought Peace I ...?;. JaBS 14 Much of to? day's B?salos <'f the Unified States Dis? trict I onrt, ?vhsrs ti I anti-. the Baltimore Federal ... . . /od baseball ? g tried, was tsr.? n up aril te the value of the Bal' s as a basins*! ? -i at the time the rtdfral . of existence. . g 'li. masan, of ti < Cincinnati . ;.l I.?-agu?.' i ntl i that "the va' .<. sl a franchi s of A Balti I ? .., i ? : . . ,, Lenes ne the pea ...... in I??-?? bar, IS16, was no1 worin i, . xuminatmn counsel for thi? ?b win' ? . . , demi laeaKue '.?.as ?!r.i . . money te a 1 ned the $400, I to th? >? ords, of I lyn; |5O,Oi>0 to thi Pit! wrgh Peder?is . n ?? ? *? 11, I > doral I . Herrmann replied ?'^ organised .i : entered ? . ont in IS r< -t?jre f ihl le COD) di BCS Bad i ' .- restore discipline amone ths playrra. < onditioni ir, I Mr. Herrmann I, . | .;.. . - | . ? plai <i . . et I or oi rules the s . BJ ii ' 'I tf, JUmp ?ta til? I a"? sd its casi I -? witri??Kf'B ... ', . ' i ?st end sise i ' Tener of ' ? ?.rr?l Mr Herr . ? ried l .Bal . elul . / ... ., jf)| -fort s !"?. ember. IB sns tt-kei\ ' . ". Jener .ai, . , ' I ? . either ai g leagues. Fight Log IO-NK.IIT Brown \. ('. dar Itoctuway)-B.it II tag Levlnsky and Hartley Marl den. s\ll IUIAV I .i.rm.ii'.t \. ( .-Milburn BsjrlrSI and Pate liarlli?. Broadway s. i . Nati *.\ell? and "A illu- Brecher. MONDA*! Harlaw S? ' . Benn? laeonard and .li.linn? Nil ?in. Lewis Outpoints Britton in Fast fen-Round Bout Kid Les with Jack Britton, the welterwi . . Kink ' ' . i . . Britton'Si a':?i ' and si , lied even without injuring either n In spite of tni rehearsals b? . ? this pair, I the sighl '.i Lewis ?i Brittai one-two punch? ii th? aw, .lark Tongi . ..uri? crowd roared approval battled < . hi ' ' . ' "i li I : lana , ' Bg B ''."' ?ith .' i ? . . I . I C1 rith a id i?! righi ehoj . ?,n his 13 LcAgu-*.*- May Suspend '..... June i ', Sai pot ion ol ?i . iting be'',. .. ifter the I : \ I I . . . , . ! ! . . , ' ' I II ? ?m? it ! | A Triple Steal And Home Run Defeat Dodgers Cardinal*?; Makf* Run? That V. in in the Seventh inning i i md laoni? m Hon home run in the B frr.ni Broohlj B, I tv Brooklyn in ? I home run 'hat bounced over the hi<h fence in left '"' Id I mun I * s home run with i , eeond bass m the ti I The longer one watches the play of .11 m rr, . Bl on . ? gat an<l ? . might han - weah it | ss the m im er in which I - .... ? v ??.' the method? of (ion? PHC'K nr.l, Bobbie's men broke into the run . column in the third and ?cored two run-, Jimmy Hickman's homer being responsibl?, Those two run? .-.ere all riffht in their own renliar way, hut they matt not nearly enough. In the laut half of ' fth the Cards developed a ba'".nc: . or wen! mud erith th? heat, or 'r.inf*, and fairly revelled in run?. Ne ?ewer than four were runs- over the plaf, r. I'fefTer Make?* a Start Pfeffer | -i 1 ..rar'ivl the Bobiai on th? paths to ti: !' id ?J did ju.n .- . . im. He sin? gled to centre. ?' Sm I rung hard. forced Gontales, how to s istj ' to midfleld, rd. Hita, errol s muddled up tta<ge. Miller ano . . the bite. Hornsby the '?., while Welter I it? d the .? *',,rni in i? wild pitch. rUaOOKLYN , v 1, , ? r 1.??? 1? I? 1. I i .... . ? i i .. . . , f :. 2 J Millar. ! . .? ft ; . ' I : j e ,> ? i j i ft - o ; : .1 1 ft 1 ., a - [. | 0 0 I 0 * I ... ' " ? ... I S S S 4 0 1 . S-<l . . ? . , - . : -, ' ? r. i; - : - Baal ~ ?. - I ,?>-?'. - '** l'a?-l?ar ?a n Hita a tai OB I'- - 1,1 rd!? ?:. I "? : . ? ?" ? lit and II run? ir. 1 antBJ . T l'a-ka/d. 4 lu a . Bj :?'-" - " W. ! International League GAMES TO?DA1 Taranta .it Newark Buffalo Bl Baltimore Ko.histir at Itirhmor.d Mun! real at I'rov ?dence *rBafTESDAT*fl RESULTS Bro? iden?!'. - : Newark, I (11 In.) Newark. Ij Prai irlencr, I. I un.ni... B; Maatreal, -i. l'o?heslir. ?',; BulT.ilo, 9. Bsltissars st Richmond (ram). STANDING <)l TEAMS W.L.Pet. W.I.. Pet. Pro*? Vi? If 1"? .?.17 !..ron!.. Jil JO ..'.?',-. Ne??arl> li 17.811 Buffalo. II 111 ..!?*? Balt'ro. 17 M J74|Moatal. itmMt Roch'er -'? -'? . '."' Bich'nd. II IS Jil Bears and Grays Each Win a Game in Double-header Bro-. Id? i ?.?. I. i * ? M Fallow? lag one of the lines! contesta i ??c.i^'.n, which the GraJN WBB, - to 1, after twelve innui?r-? ol' air-*!.*.' bat" , ". : , th? Providence .H-,I Newark teami mixed no in a joke -, went to the Beni hy an 8 Schellenbach nnd Smullwned mart ' ? ?? is m the i-ccii-id The ! . 1 ... ..-..? rj | . follows: i in?r ?,A>!:; root ii'i.'?. i. II. 1 ME** ,r.\ : i ?i?' i . : ? .. < ' I s ii IT Iel ? < ? . ' I . ?... i : ? ?. I ft i i. ? .. - " m? i atari o n i n o "., ii ft -i i _. . 1 ' . a I I a a 'I, 1 .. : I I i. ii ins i 1.1 al" . ? ' ' ' . . ?: 1 a i' . a 11 ft ft , . ' I ' 1 J ft ft T , ? . .' J 1 . r< .? r> , ., ft n ft ;. ? . 0 I o 1411 ? m i i ? ? ? ? ft ? n i i " ? t ? i * - . ' - I a - . I . ?a.-ni., r .1 I . . r ,? " I 1 _ _ New York State i i i 1 I . a . I I- . a Feature Facts For the Fans I lie Giaate are again the leagae leader?. HcTaWg made | home run ?hen I arev I??-t hi? high fl> in the ?un. H?tele /.im made :, ?infle and a triple. . .room allowed the Kel i-o\ onlv three hi-, liri. ,ne man r?aOfhtd ??.? ond ba-e. Bhcaa, i*e?fs' teeami bateman. made t?o doubles in lara 'illira at bj? l.-ed Merl. I., had .1 perfect da> at hat. making tw? ihlglei md a sac rift 1 |y. J < arlisl;. Smith put the b.ill into the Meaihers for | hone run. lhere ?acre fi\ -- double pin- n the ( ni?- iir.p r ? eua teat, H?irn'b>,o;-nn and Hickman made h?ime runs in the ll.idgcrs-i arriin.i! game. The ( ardi?al- aWrffaWfallj e\c ?iited a triple -t, ,|. Reds Triumph Over Phillies In Ninth Inning Cincinnati, June 14 A liagtc bv Kopf and a doable hy Rou?? leered 1 run in the nrnth mr.mg /r.d enabled Cincinnati ?r, wn a MO-aUM game from Philadelphia here to-day. ?'. te I. Both Mayer and Toney were hr* a* opportune times, while the fielding ? . o; the ragged variety. The : run.Til 1 riii? \ i . . -, -i. ? ? :-ii? r ? I ? .- .?/ . ' 1 I ? rai?'; -'. 1 I . - 1 naT ' : : ? 14 0 1? I 14 0 Ma>,[ 1 ? 1 1 ".. ??? r . . y . ? . ? 1 1 ?! I 1 1 1 - T . . * . ' -, . ? .all. J .' ?,.?!'.' "-?..?. ' 1 : ?. ?. , i>-Day a Groom Shuts Out The Boston Red Sox I., ?toa, .lune 14. St. I.oui? *hut out Bo--on A to 0 te dev, Groom allowed Bolton only three hi'.? and only one man was able to r? toad t'n the other hand Sr. Louil hil !.. ..:..?:-,i'? offering? at will, gettingtOT . - foi * ive : t score '?.?-) made in the Mcond i.mg on Severeid's single. Mar-ans'; sacrifice and Pra*'*s lingle In the sixth, Severeid tripled Bad alter two were out JohnOOl Wai (?? econd. (.Jro'im's two>6agger to MI ed Bevereid 1 I Johneoa. Not one of the St Leal " . eld?**n bad 1 put-out. The .-core follow--. -T I.'?r 1- A 1 , BOtTON ? 1. ab r h f. a ? , - I! .. -' I ? - -, ? A .? ? ? A Barri ? 'a . .. i . - . . , ?,..,., 1 !.. . I'ra" .r, ? 1) I ,. I 1 I ZOO 7 ?.room. \i ?Ali? uti. I . .. , .11.-1 iel M - . . ? . r i ? II - 1 . nar , ' Bitted ' - I.J i at. La 1 e e J e e a-? ISoatu?, . . Two : ia? . ? '. ?.- 1 . -" ?? . ? .... 1 ? M.r... Ria I-- .11 4 -. K .. , Off Leonard. I . ?. a - ? . '.- li ... , . ?. , . ali ... T :.. Rain Postpones Play in Three Tennis Tourneys Even the mo.-t il.irrirg Of lawn I ' I plavcr? did mil %anturr forth I cour'- yesterday, nrr a rae.jiH't being -v.ung at the Country <*!ub. of Wea? . ? ? ter; the ?Jreacenl A. ? '.. or the ? ?Club? ol Flatbu ib, where tom - ??mente arc in progreai If thi forth to-day, however, the WOW en in the Creacent invitai on tourna ? ? will play the temi final round . -o'- m both linglea and doable*, n -ervi ii im to-h. nfterr Up .it Weiteheater the playen will advance toward the lemi-flnal in the invitation singles, while the Broohlyn tournum? Bl rTU M ?'luh cour: r will b.- brough' oui toward ti brocheta in both diviaione, a Memphis Buys Pitcher Memphis. 1 ena . lune it 1, ?-.cele, pitch?'!, ha- been pin- baaed bj ? 1 t Memph 1 team of I ' lociation from ai meed l Belmont Entries 1 - . M .. (Har la ? lung at Hie t HI I '? W -' a ' ' I. ? II I latll all?'. .!?? ?ri .- : I ..-?.? . I - ? ... l-iir I rara II ? ... I . '.. , . , 1 Ma - t. li - h . 1 v - .. Ur ii? I , - a ,-.-'. Tn.ar . I 1 : ? ,. ? . , . . . ... . . ? I.. . 1. .- ' I. Tea ? n-, leam 'i MT?, met IM II? Play 1 ? Hri-i.- Alp! 1'? ?-r-a' II:--- lan-ri III ? ? International League i i . . i ., unnnenaao ? I . , . .? . . " . ... n t a ,-n-T, i teeto a-. e i ? n ? 1 ,i,. - Janea a? I Ma - I -, : . ?Eastern League __ ?? I ? r | . ' ' '-? I Southern Association .? i . ? ?. . ? I Head of Giants Files Protest in McGraw Case Hampstead Upholds Man af-'-r Who Waa Fined and Su**pondf*d by Toner ' - ii .r the Harry H. Hem: . ii protaeted ruling of J c. : ? ? i ' iw and sentence | him I anti! June -I. I ?hat Hempstead will . support McGrai . i the | . ? -, . : A ey of . .1 tem? peramental I i : ?,,-vernor Tener for the posit or. of president >?' the National Leugae, the controver-y whicr ,: T.:ses to be I ." the mo.-,', v.,ilent that organised ; ba-ehall ha? experienced in years i I whs *.."'.'? .. tra* || will be S -how lo? n Mc Craw ar.i -.or T. ner. The Byron episode ii It lost light of in the new develon r.ie-.ts Mctiraw now hold.? a new free-year contract wil I '. Bats The term*, of th,- ive boan ?iii c!o.??d, hu* it is unilerntood thal . r . try and m add lion I irer m the j ron I '? . Y irk National In commenting on ti i let, when in Dallas, I i Harry H? ?? \ ites : si nouneed: "Mc ths owaers of the club ? Th?' . of McGraw come? at a cr:- . G ?."'- Mc ting '-at it . the owner?, of . Th?' ?.?.:''rover-.- betumee the mfin Bger snd the president of th,- Nat ? :'?,! time '"'' which i? now the * at Philadelphia ; i tru ?* :" '? iolation J . K. TenoTi . ates of baseball, li now ? i t h i - ? Mrs. Fox Beaten By Miss Rosenthal In Golf Tourney Bhawaee ? on - the . Del iware, Pean . June 11 PI . lag th? stesdiesl of polf, the i ith and K!or : ? ? . ;:., ( nthal, lelphia champion, K. Fas, ia I -* round of match ?lay in th? nvita touraament here I . . up ead 2 to play. ?h?^ < hicsgoan was at her' be.'t, but her op] lamentably a-- ?ii "ii ? ;:.. ' . ,.?... defeated Miss and 5 to play. tihid champion H ? . .! - i. . 'hal in the semi? final i, rrow. In ' 1rs. Clarence if, V tad? i ?" el. ormer nsl oi ?1 eham p on. .? Mra. W. .'. Pock, .1 up ...;.. and '?. ? >. H St pr;r. Mildred I the ?ame . .n. the ?lay wa? t, K Morrow, of ted Mrs. I. I - .ni, Rant..'i Vs ? ? . "ii the nine? i in i rid < ight. Forty-two More Games For the Association i h 14.--/ of the ;?'. ! 'o the v. : ?". Pre.-, i den'. Hick. ; I i .ii .' - uggi ii :? at the special meet owneri iterday, it ? i* schedule which ? . Th?' li bring th? . .?-?! i.? u th Min? ts . ikes at India.n apoli . .... I Kan l.ouisville. Stars to Battle on Court Harold L Throckmoii lodore . Pell :.r> I Kui II H. hr '" 'i'.ibles ?abeth - 8 :n?Jay ! of the pa . m nder a to-morrow ly Dunham and Rob erf Mr-Ka-, and H Heweston ia th. Leonard Sticks to Gibson ? ruth m rumor thal i ha? _. ' ird al . . . I sorting club ? H?, M 'h' , leal ?* lau that I j boxing nail'.- ' I Heinie and "Sick" Poll Put Giants in Lead On Top Again! SEW ?'?P-K ** ' ' PirruiMa H L - . Orlan ..... --T ' ? ?. ? . . . ' ' Ki * ? ?te. et.. S ti i ... ? ..... i - I on 11 .?? n 4 ? 1 ' I M |#] 1 ? i .W? i 1 .? . ' o . e i . i e e e-i 0 0 '< ?) 0 O It t A-A " aa - -. i . > . ?. * laral-a i i ?- . tm Per I )?T>P?. J Hak J? ' -? ' Doubleheader Drowned Out On Fabian Lot Bv W. O. M'GEFHAN The douHcheader between the Chi lyblte Sox and the embattled Yankees was drowned out at the Polo Ground! yesterday, Two innings of the first gani? had been played when the liri: Jem Ri-er rose fruin Itl 1 I i and ??pilled Itself over Roary Fabian''? A* 'he moment of the i!?'iuge th-? Sox had an lig . . .. id of 1 to 0 !"*??? management, which had boon meeting each the gate rith . . american Hag 'Flag . as of ? IO li iftei noon ? - .venir in the 'ri'i'r! f' a ?? a dOttblc I low '.o th?* Yanks, tha* ihower It hit ? the* n telar plexus blow ead ? it interrupted th?- mad a.-ieent of the i New Tork A:-. .! eau At Fighting Pitch The Yaake had been booted to th< .two ?A ? ind two more < would bave dore *hem eel ::?''?': I ??eil was nitted agaitul when the flood eame, and In t he ore run lead the Yankl wer?' chock full of combetiveneai and op tim -ni. Tlie Sox departed on the n ?;?. ? Hood aird Clan MO 1'.. te 1 ! '.MI 'li aiir : ??or?". The Chicago Americans arrived ,- thil pur' -. .' They left limp with moiature ead b. lion. The. . .ut the . - had not taken the.r -r. from them. They lost everything else during the ?. Th" St. Louis Browns arrive to De pite the fact that the :.- are in tile leCOnd divi-ion, th?*;. | SakCCS ?ome , - .' ?? i'.\ i", er, ". . Yanei up an.i fighting, Wild W IH ! . ? . I.. ' -. lew With alarm the St. I. i Ion. The Venkeei nd Browni will play a game Sunda) ?tion with a ! cur,-.. ? .* the Polo Oroondi. rhe entire 'J be given to ti.- regiment of Un ted Statei Kngi neer- of Sen V'.rk, which will leave for France ihortlv. f'antr, n T. I.. Muston, nar*, owner of the Yankee?, who VM?h another engineer unit in the Weat, will pay w-hat ma-.- be hie farewell visit to the Polo Grounds on tha' The way that Roger PeckiUpaugh, F'ipp ami NUaamaker have been busting .?p .-"?>ie of .;?,, ata . :' irtni 11 .' ? '.'.' . te s >x seen ?r that the V -watting -truie. be?'U particularly -low in developing any it, and withou i wa i ti ire are few baseball rietoriei. Now that the Yanks have found the punch the thing ?o do li to nur-?' ii. Bonha?j to Appeal From Decision of A. A. U. Committee li wai ri'.tima.ed by a high ofticial of the Amateur Athletic Union . rdaj that George V. Bonhag " ?? | li from the decir-on of t??e Regia -. Committee of the Metropolitan A lociatioo, which disqualified him two ,,go for competing for the ?? Vi.rh /athletic ? lub when not reg -*. . 01 a member of that organiza'ron. Bonha? eomm tted bil offense at the New York Athletic club gam?'.- oa Jane :. ..? which he eaptnred t'ne one kill Ire dei ' Boahog cover' tanee in t'.tti-b, whrch prove?! hot. t?r than the American record for the distance. However, the leg-.timac ol hie ityle of walking has eau-",t discussion that ir has not abated ye' George l'. Mathews, the chainas . mmittee, who d?d not vote on the ?llifrcation. ii of the belief thal the deciiion of his conferre- .. ,? too drastic. \ 'Ciough th? local office had not re 1 . ippeal of Boahag .?. .terda-.. ? ?-? | n lively said that '.ne p-apei I be in the hands of Frederick W the preeid t, to urom al! ap? peal? must be directed, within a few - .?, American Association M11? auk** 1. M .r i . ?. . ka a>< ? .' ? - ia . Standing of Major League Clubs NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMEt* TO.IIW DAMM TO-DAY Ne?? farl ?.' Pittabargh. St. in.n- at Nara "iori? Brooklyn ii St. Louis. < Mra*-o at ?*,...t.,n Philadelphia at ? tncinnati I le?eland at Philadelphia R..?tun at Chicago. Detroit at **Aa?hin*-ton VCSTBBDA) - RFSIT.TS YFaSTERDAV.-: RESlLTS Se? >or'. I; Piltahiirgh. (V M. foul?. I] RoMon. 0. Bl Loala, I; BraakljS t. < hirar-o at New York (rain). Chi . Boston, >. < le?eland at Washington (rsln). < aclaaatl, I; Philadelphia, "i detroit at Philadelphia (rain). -i WHIM. 01 TEAMS STANDING OF TIAMS W. I.. IM W I. P, t W.!.. Pot Vi I. Pet. V. *tor'-. 21 I? Bit ? ir. ?n'ti .'li.*.?'.! ( bl? a BO..ti 11 .?fil Detroit 21 II M1 Phila MU.8 BITklyn 17 28.413 Saetea, li 17 ASS Si. Leals.il M AU C1 - . I?22377 I . i?. J? IM \ "iori? II :o SSS Waah'n. 1? 'J'? "-"! M : . ti SI2Pitt b'gh. ist. : efeUl H a*MIPhila. II 1 ...'.?"?I Pirates Shut Out in Second Game of Series-Herzog Makes Homer r '? m M. The Glaati are more at the top ?? _ ..... their victory over the Pirate? to-dav the 1' rille? ?t the . ' " ?" '? I I? The ?core uri.? ! . \ - .,-ese1J,:- || a| ... . | | 11.,, >J0. .. n \ i M", ate iel place. Repoi "-vera! 'hat Poll Perritt wa? about >>n hil last log?, through grip and te, ead Poll's leg? B. It was natural theiefoi, . . I the prodigal Wagner ? r the jo!?, ?-.ml ... ? lort] ? he had pr vas far from a lick mar. 1 y beering tno brant of the attacks of the invading Eastern teams. As it turned out. the nek Poll put the ?var 'as on Ii ins m each of the .- urnes the healthy veteran carne to the plate w.th his big stick. The Other 1'.rates, utter realizing tha' then ."erv had leen -?J.-nced. de elded til .? th? ti o, n ??' ! fi Id taetr teeto and lilently steal aaraji from any attempt to make trou le for lieh Poli. One Inning Fn??ugl? The outcome of the game, -taring moat of which all the i . ? i .in the fourth inning by Heinle Zimmermen, of The Bronx '. erg? ilked nil tor, but Mersog could do no 'A R i . rer, the Pira? i roll . . . Bens. Bi my aenff took three mighty - ? ? it the ball ead f,.: teemmatee on the bench Al I . *chet, ling Bui - '-ond. ..r .t ti fared ? Zim bit I which ? ?hr?nv . -, apped I . throw, u hieh p it Zim The second tally made 1.;, ihe Giants , wa.-i i I tratad b. Herzog in t:i .' i lath mu ing. Poi thrown cul i?. w u . i . . ? . "i. r o abort s| the catch. ? a. H tumbi? I the bal! -, ting Heriie to wi Little lli.ting . are;.-, Hrie' M I P : I did k11 ?he . the G Jliime Zimmern i . . th me ?Hop MI the h ar- i i < ripie i ? " the homer Benny B .uff and Davey Rob?) ba?e hita gathered from .Ja?-'?1? The I Iel irtui aew up the game in their half of the i fourth. Ti- ? t?*0 it Schulte ti'?-1 ' .?on. i - i?'.I to lioJke .it first. Hr..' ' light and Itoic ee omi. H inch maa walked. W. S\ ?? I tile bags ?v i rd . ii ii! by tappiag to . In the Grit un | M the "sick'' Perritl - the Pirol I up in treal . .-' h - I hit ? . ' "'- wild heave ovei m .i Hal -. koa ? ? o COI ne.it u .'h ! ppOH ' Aj, A-a-*ei| T' .? ritt, atmoreiag to M ? ager McGraw, who oecuai? I ? euehioaod ii :' >i from the <,ian*-' ^ a well mar ami * > defeat other teams than the ee when the SSOISn really waxes ' warm Bunched Hits Aid Cubs To Win from Braves, 5 to 3 S 14 ' bieegO bunched .rees to-ilsy and d?-f*B?er?. B tore of I i?, .t. m ihr P the l'emaree repleeod by Aid I ime-run kit into the bleu' I ore: mo i . ? . i * i . i < E> ? 1 . \ 111 I ? - 1 A, I ' I ? ' T . ' ? o i i o e teni Ola. . '.. Maa? t Wallal -, - '!?-,? n Milla | ?>? I", 'j : ariel Ma? -? ? , . ? . ? /A. r ? ' ? !>?:? - 1 .- 1 ?ae er .. i-ve Bi -, , './- I r . i?* Ita . r and tw - a ? . a c - ONT PARK TODAY The Brentwood Handicsp BLckitump Handicap and FOUR other Good Recci RM.INMMl \T : ?0 r ST -p. a Ka, e Traira '?eva ... lia ltd St. anil TI ? ;,.... ?, Ii- . n ?' I I r- ali ip ii |?M i U sprrial (are Kes*rae<| for I a.l ? ? .. A J r. i i.? . in I stood a I'iii'i, I .a.lire >1 J.? ria .-?