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THE SUN, FR1DAV. -JULY 14. 1911.
GIANTS AND PHILLIES IN LEAD inn ii ii v i. iti: riv.o i iitsr vi. in:. von IMInlsts Maninirr Pittsburg I'llilier llronkljiis I'ull out mi I lililll Canto nnil llellirnne tin- (tili-ngos Cardl ' tints licit lloxlons and Pass the I'lralr 'I lie S'ntloiinl League order underwent another kaleidoscopic I'hnnei yesterday Hip Cull" wete toppled fmun the topmost perch mill the (Haute nnil Phillies are I loci fur llrsl lil.lrc Tho llrtmklrns ntfenrliitl lo llii' champion., .iiid In Manhattan Hi" 1 tilnnlH smeared th" I Thn Phillies hiicl their the Keds, hut scored one- rim mill blanked I ho runny Tin Cardinals won In Hoston nnd Ihe tli for fourth plaie was broken. 'I tin Pintles dropped Inek to the second ill Uton and Hip Cardinals assumed whole command of foiirlli place The results New York, ; IMtMitiric. I. llroiikl n. II; rtilcago, .1. IMillailrlnlilH, I: I'liKlniiatl, ll. M. I.nuls, h; Huston, II. hi cstu.sn or nm iixar If t I'r 4J .11 fm 47 .11 fcrt i j .m i i ll re :;s iv . re. 4.1 ."-! tfA .12 4.1 427 r 47 ,12 1.S 137 New York Philadelphia C'hlCAJO St. Louis PHtbure Clnrlnnall. Iltooklj n. IUton m w topr, . rnrrppu, t Every toller in the New York vineyard that went to th? hnt tnnde n hit off one or the other of Hip l'ltt.huri pitchers yester lay and tho brotherhood of hlnirle w.n ample to round up a winning output of nun for tho Olants. The only abpentre In the roll c-hII of hit tnaWpM was Arthur VYHon. and nt hp didn't have chance to (twins' lil bat he iiatumlly didn't tret n hit. l.oiii Druokp. who doesn't appear In the battlo arrav often for thp (Hunts, but who boba up am! mrtkps hla ptenenre felt when IMttxhum ,bas ipnlen on New York's wet. fare, upheld his nati'e ns Pirate killer The New ork with their heavy battini: cored freely and In alternate Innlnss until they had n Ionic niarslu of runs to bolMur up Drucke nnd dlsroutaire the Plrulp. Unuke wn hit bountifully In the lnt two Innincs, but was efflUent when there wns any,provlnir deuiand for it Byrn and l.each were especially helule-s before Drucke. liyrne atruc-k out three times r.nd beach twice, balls on the outside corner sklddliiK over fa?.t and fooling them. Druclte was no mystery to Clarke, who. barring Wagner, was the only Pirate who had th countersign. The black Mac chief nipped off four (rood hits and all but had the Pittsburg scoring to himself The (Hants really played a game of Im pressive strength with the bat. Aside from their vlcoroua hittinc the fracas was com monplace. On the bide was an incident which Inxolved the blue envelop" for Mc Oraw, tils second encounter witti an nmplie In two consecutive days. Ulsler nnd Pin nernn weie the umpires, fhe former was first clas behind the lint nnd Finnernn alt right except in one instance when it lookpd a if he erred in calllne Merkle out at third on an attempted double .te.il lc(.raw crabbed over the decision until Hnneniu politely but (Irmly evicted him A muff at the plate by (iibo.i gave the Oiants a run within a few seconds ol the time Devore went to bat in the first inning pevore thrust n roaring three bagger far over Wilson's head Miller booted a relay, out made a beautiful throw to the plate. The ball cimp on a food bound to tiu-M.iu who urtuTP iei, i nwav hut C5lbon dropped the ball That was a' pug nacious hoginulug t lfty l.elPehi to fare. jou. ,ir. uirry tiier a ferocious dnie straight oer Toinmv Lsarh. il,on.,h. depHi-inieiit Alter it sinuk the ball carried Mam hnni; up k.'aliist the lmttoiii of the centie Held stand, the longest and most violent application of ash achieved at the lowland yard this season nrni ke -truck out Loth liyrne nnd l.each n the third, but Clarke tripled to left and walked homo on a single by Wagner, making the score '-' to I and promising a close battle. Proinles of ih.it -ort -non evaiioratecl hnodgras, Murray and Merkle hit hard m the second halt of the tiiird and framed up another tnlli 'uplet. 't he lie i vWtatloii nf New ctrk wratb on Leltlehl w,i in tl, Hull, but in th rc hair ap J larle iiiVI n pin-lied ball with 1 his bat In- fiiimj Imrie or bmb. mid w.is . iuilicnatii that Ulster woulrlti t allow hn.i , Ii; take t'ri Ihe miners made light of , I lyrke s c-nntpiitloii and -coned when he rubbed hi- elbow lie te-i- at scar who never e a wound l.ollii'ld. who w- wild as well ns inert estive passed Nni.clirra-. in the fifth Murra ncntlied Mini Merkle made n eafeand saucy bunt llndAell i iin'd u worm one lo WHp ncr Hie I Mil . Iiiiian mail... ft,e stop While eprnwlPd on all tours he batted 'he halt clown and it i limbed up over tils Imi k and leil n his o. lupus bunds, Trjlng to meal tliinl Merkle thrown out, but the chei k was -hurt lived, ns, Fletcher doubled and -cored llridwell and Meyeric hit Into deep lent re for.i home run. Inkuu- n easi every oihei innmir. the (tants -cored npalu in the -eventh Fletcher reached the half way hou-e on a ;uiss nnd mi out and -cored on a single by (irucke wl'lch wa the flr-t -ifety oft" darriner Iri Plttslinri'- l.air Hurtie h.ul doubled. He was. the .ciitid victim of n double pl transacted by Hridnell nnd Doyle llrid well jumped nnd stopped Leach's liner with ope hand and can.'lit It with ih other Hobby and Tommy managed lo meet the bait smiately in this iniiln--. which was the only lime Four lilts were made off Drucke In the eighth. I crko and Hunter singling to the outlleld and tl Wil-on and Simon tearing off tiff intleld licks The four hits added an in-bjnlflcam two runs m the tntantl lo'al and n couple of hit - and n nilsseri notinder by llridwell added one In Ihe ninth after Drucke had repented the feat of striking out lioth Ityrne and Leach The name ended inilrl.ly i-tiimeh when Drucke too i ntcher ll-iiti'- advice and c oncetitiatecl his "fforts on the batter Though his side was five runs uhead ar.il two were out lie was need les! wutcliiiiR base runners until jacked UP !j Y ilon The score ritTsnrRo CB, H P. Hyrne 3ti 3 12 I-act) i f 'i o 1 Clsrki If . NEW TORS. T , AH 3 0 Devore.tf. 4 1 o n,liojle2j i 2 0 o Snislgr's.cf.1 I 2 0 Murrsj.rf i I 2 0 Mrrkle lb I 2 n n Hrldwell.ss.i 2 U II 1 lctclirr.3t3 2 .1 1 Meiers c I 1 o ii Wllsoii.c n o iuiiitm i Miller p l Hun it lb 3 O.WII-mi rf I (Hbson.c : Campbell I Simon, c I (I I I 1 0 11 1 1 ii urucke.p. 3 1 Le fie d.o 2 n n ? n Oardntr.p 2 0 o o n Totals. 33 13 27 a j Totals v pi 2i t2 t Halted for liili-iiti In ihr slvth Inning Pittsburg n ii 1 ii n o ii ; j . New York 2 0 2 il n 1 (l g Huns Plllsburg Clnrke. :i. Hunter. New York Hi-cure Iioyir. Sr.odg'ass. 2 Murray llridwell. I'lricher 2 Meirs I Irsi base on errors Plttshu ' '.' l.efl oil ba-es Pittsburg. II Vfiv orl. Hi. First base on balls Off 1 elneld. I off liardiier I oil Drucke I Mr.u k out lie (iari) nei 2 b Drucke. u Hume runs Dole Meyers Ihrer base hits Clarke ileiore, stnsgrns Tvio liase hits Clarke II,. -tie Sacrifice ni(a Murra Uriel v.ell htolen bases Clarke, limner 2 l)ii)c Murray Double plai lirldnrll and P".'.1'. . ''"V"1 I"1" Meiers Wild pliche. Leitirld . hum pitcher lly Lelfield . Fletcher' IIHs on I. Uleiil. in in four ami two thirds In nlng- in' '.arilncr. 3 In three and one third Inning- 1 nii.li-e In chief lllgler Field umpire Xnneran I bins 2 hours anil A minutes pim.nM i, run Kin l.v I. ). 3 I he Hruokliiis wop a Ions drawn out but ricHinc .Mine from the Cubs yesterday. 'Itiev wcie f.iub.itteil, but came across with determined c(T,,ri in ih,. eighth and ninth Inning- .no! pulled out an uphill game 'limeiv lulling, bases on balls and u costly error b. ll,. vc completely c'bniiged the lisped in the l.l-l tun in 11 ill 0 4 lb cagn piti her- were tried and none showed . l'odiI fonn cole was wild ami IllOUtl ilillllllll pri'MMIt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 w Hnw.L. l ll - pi . ie - tumbled frnlll l,e pep h also liaiing ii eir wild Ills, but Nap lim-ker did i" l Pitching in the ninth, when alter SI e. I..,( .mi) Sotutll.s had Mltuleil he -(mi's ic i i he nevl three batters Ihe ..,i- tn ; in ( hiciigo's luvnr .1 the del ..I Ibe seventh In , egh, ""bl u in ueropl.iue tl lu Ii t He i.iHei Hummel ii,, i i . ul-oii and ia relleieil In lln, II ll.e ll,eetlllg,.,e, .Irll-.lll p,s-.., lonlei i si tilled the ba-e- V, Ziinmer' mull hit In line le etlni-e lbn.iv holm- wne ho i ild tbip in .ii, lliiiiuiii. a,,i ii,i,-n ,,.,,, I i in M- tlirnee ii inn ai tir-i. Inn (li Dai id on its. tl'ii e II. t,, Icll l,,,.y -,.,, ,,,,,, iii.ii- .... i iti. i :,. 1 1 ,1,1; i mi .in i.i i - bat in sink'ug n il the i nb. -.i.i mi ii.l-c- I. ,111 . II h , I'll CI I ii I'll lllonkh s , ln.i,.rt ,., "1 1 "'' J.","1 "t nm Hi nith a " I Wheat llieil m llnfimui '"ii'i ' -nm'li il lii sin. ii n.,,,1. ... iiT 11 I11-1 1 and II lll'lk Ml 'I en Iluiiuiiel n hit He jneil ti score when ('unison tapped to llrnwti nnil wine tin mi it mil Tooiey unveil the tiny Hi1 1 i 1 1 1 rt' I ii two bagger ,igalnst the score, board nnil hrutighl In tltiiiiincl 'I ho wort1 tllll'CUtl RtlOOkl.TK H ll. i- i I n. it. r Mieckarel.lf t l o llnrrli.if .4 ' ."rhiillf.rr. I llpfninn.lli ll..mn.:ti. I Iliille.Sl) a : l n i l i n n Daurirrl.lti t 0 VVhcnl.lt .1 n Hiimmtl.Jh3 1 ('unison, rf I i''1noley,ss,..3 n CZmmn.jbs n Hrwln.c 2 Tlnker.ss, i.nml.c f, Archcr.c Cole.p Hlrhlc.p tlruun.p. n it ii o n.Scanlan.p. I ii nni.p ,o 01'H.irgcr I .srhardt.o I Totals .11 12' XI II I il)ail,.iin.i) Huckrr.p, 0 t , J Total... St 7 27 15 I fun nut when winning run was scored. Miaiirti ror neii in inr rnurtll inning. hand, Mil l.,MllnlSn ' 8 S !, 1 !, o ' "3 it Hon. t'htraco- 11. Immprman. tlnvlp. Cnn.l. Arrher, lllchlp, llronklyn Hummel. J, Conlson, hrnln.Tiioley. Uftunhaes- rhjragii.o. iirook lyn. in. first base on balls- Oftl'iila. : off lllchle. 2. off Drown, 1: off Sranlan. :i: off Srhardt. lrticl: out- lly Cole. by lllchle. 2; hy .Sranlan. I: h rhaidt. s: hy Kui krr, 3. Three base hits II .Iminrrmau, Dciyl". Two b.iae hits- tinuhert, Tuiilcy, Prwln .Saciince tills herkanl. i'e. ."aorlt.c-e flr Uautiert. I)aildon Stolen bases (inod, 2, Houhle pla)s- Schulte and Tinker: I.. 7lnimennan. Iluuimrl and Haubert: llrwln and Hummel, Hit hy pitcher lly Sihardt ill, Zimmerman! lilts OIT Coir, none In three and tuo thirds Innings; off lllchle. 4 In three and one third Inning-; off Hrown. .1 In one and tn-o.thlrda Innings: ot: scanlan. A In three Innlnga inone out In fnurlhi- oil MrlMinne Inone Inning: off Mchardt, .1 In four liuilriirs. I'mplre In chief Klein, lie Id umpire- ttrennan. Time-2 hours nnd 20 minutes. rmLAptLrim is. ti, l;cixrtcNATi,n. I'lilljcmxpniA, July t.l.-The Phillies tied New otL to day for nrtt nlace by beating Cincinnati. II wa a base on balls that gave the Phillies the game In the ninth Inning. With two out and one on Keefe filled the sacks with passes and then passed Knabe. forcing In the winning run. Tne score: CINCINNATI. , PHILAPPLPHI A, A, n. p. Besc-hcr.lf. ..11 in llatcs.rf.. 112 0 Hohlttel.lb4 2 12 0 Mltcheil.rf 112 0 ltowncT,ss..4 1 .1 i irant..ili. 2 111 i:gan.:b. . 2 il 2 .1 McCalln.e 4 0 .1 2 Keefe.p 10 0 2 A, a. 1 o 0 III 2 0 o.Knabe.2b...s o Pasken.cf 2 0 l.obtrt.sb 4 0 Walsh.lt.. I 1 .Luderus.lbl t'Tnoinas.rf 2 o fKiolan.ss. I 0 Dootn.c a 0 0 Moore.p. .1 o o U Tola's. .11 72i M 2 Totals .2i 4 27 t3 0 Tao out whin winning run was scored. Cincinnati. n ll n o o o 0 il o-O Philadelphia o u o o o u o 0 t I Itun -Philadelphia l.uderu. first base on errors--Phlladelphl.1, 2. Left on bae-Cln rlmiatl, to. Pnlladelphla. 10 first bae on halls Off Kiffc. a; off Moore. .1. Struck out lly Kerfr, 2: by Moore. J. Two ba.e hlls- Itiiblltrl. Downej Sacrlttce hits Kgan. Thomas. 2. .Stolen base. Hschrr. Iiouble plai Tnomas and lloolau, t'mnlre In chief Prar I'lelit umtilre .0'lla I lime- 2 hours. SI LOt'lS IN. I. V BOSTON (N. LA, nnsTON. July la. St. Louis gained a bit lead In the drst half of to day's game through errors by lloston and hard hitting, the locals being unable to overtake Ihem. The score: ST Lot'is, SOU ON. k A U 1 Seen'v.2b4 2 p. A s a t .1 o 0 P. A V.. Hugg!it.2b I 1 llauser.ss .1 0 KllU.lf.. .1 2 Koneirhj.ltii ; Kvans.rf S 2 AloTrey.Jb. I n Oakes.cf I 1 Hresnahan.cJ 1 Steele.p I 2 I 1 o Tenney.lb 4 0 Herzog .as. S 1 Kalser.lf . I 0 Mlller.rf . .1 (i lnger'n.3b I u Kllng.c. I o riaherty.ctt o Weaer.P I Mattcrn.p 1 2 Sprant o 0 13 2 4 t 1 2 3 2 (1 0 1 4 0 II 11 0 0 2 CJ 2 0 II I 3 0 1 0 0 0 Totals J? ii : O 0 Totals S3 Id 27 15 J 'Patted for Maltc-rn in ihe ninth Inning St. Louli t o .1 3 o. n n n t- s llosion o o 1 ii o 0 2 2-a Hups SI Louts -Hugglns. 3: rills. Konetrh. 2: Drcsnahan. Steele. Hnston-Seeney. 1 Herzpg. 2: Ingerton. Kllng. first base on errors lloston. 2 Si. Louis. 3. Left on base.- lloston. . St Louis. , llrsl bae on balls-on Weaver, 3. off Matter!., 1 off Steele. 7 Struck out Hy Weacr. 2. by Mnttern. 1. by Steele. 2 I'ome runs- Koneuhy. Urot.nhan. IVrng Three bne hlt Hering. Koretchy Ino W hfts Kills. Ingerton. Sarrlrtce hits Hauser. 2; Heriog. Stolen races Hugglns. Hero,: L'midre la chief -Johnstone. PleM umpire Eaon Time 2 hours and 13 mtnntr. IMKIUCAX LE.lC.l K. Ill more soiereiis. ..... " " """ ""' "r' Ihe Highlanders Uthougli they mad only two hits yes. terday the Hrown took the game from the Highlanders The former Highlander James ustm was t otisplcuous m the tie. feat with a home run with men on bases Oddly enntiith Hartzell. who was traded for Viistin, won the tne for the Vew Yorks with III battinc lli day before The Mhletliv, who are in thi thick of a stump, dropped another game to the tigers, the third in hiiccpssioii they hive lost in De troit The Hoston- beat Ihe White sos. which enabled New orks to slay in third place, ar.a the I'leieland- trounced 'ln Weohitictnn iiraiti Die results st. Iiuls, n: r ork. I. Detroit, : Phlladelphja. T. (leiclautl. I: IVnslilnitlnn. S. llosion. !; Chicago I. runiMi or ths. ci.vns. i pi tt il .is IB U 27 .: :i .is rc Jta isl 312 273 Diroi Phlladeip.iia New ork Chicago. .11 21 Hosum Cleieland U Arlington st liuls. C 2S 41 A' 40 .11 ar. i.ni in i a. si w Tiinu ' c I. 1. 1 Sr I.ni te. .lulv 1.1. Seldom if eier hM the fans here witnessed ball unine like the ope this afternoon at Smrtsman s park in which the llrowas won from the High landers 'Ihe contest was lilted with many features. St Louis scored n half iloren runs on only two lilts and Ihe star (linger of Ihe American League, Hussell Kord. is credited with the defeat lied Nelson pitched lor l Louis. In the eighth Inning the Highlanders bunched two of their Die hits for their lone tally. The Hrowns got all the lucky breaks of the game, whiclt explains why they scored at least three of their runs New- York ptilleel off two double plays and on both occasions It heliied St. Louis to score. The sixth and final tally leglstcrcd by the Hrowns was scored on n base on balls and two sucrlflces In other words llrockett. who relleveel Ford starting the fifth Inning, did not allow a hit. but had three run scored against him. Austin practically won the game for -St I.ouis In the third inning with a home run drive t ris, the pinch hitter who suc ceeded Hlack on first, was the first man up, Ford winged (.'ris- with a fast shoot Wat lac singled lo left. Cns muklng second shottMii hit to Knight and Wallace was forced at second. Criss taking third Sholteu stole -econd llstln smashed one of Ford's benders inlu the right Held bleachers for a homer, ( ri-s and Shotten also scoring Schweitzer wa out, Knight to Chae fter the hit made by Wallace and list In in this inning not another safe wallop was recorded for hi Louis Hallliian opened the fourth for St Louis with an out. Ford to Chase Hogan walked Stephens hit to Knight and when the latter made a high toss to .Muguer for a force of Hogan all hands were safe Criss waited and walked Wallace drove lo llnniejs, Hogan scorlnc on the sacrifice .Stephens tried lo make third when Daniels llred the bull homeward, but wlier Chaiec headed off the throw lo the plate and shot to Hart e Stephens hiked bai k toward second Chase raced oxer to the middle cushion and took the throw from llartzell for the out. tagging Stephens before he could g' back to the bag and completing a double play Nelson in the filth droxe deep to Daniels, th" latter dmpplnit the halt Hed made second nn the error Shotten bunted to lord eclni made ; late throw to Harwell at third trying for Nelson Shotten was out etea ing. Sweeney to Knight. Austin was hit by ii plti hcil ball Schweitrer sent a line drill to Wnliet in right ustln chased to second base U enon as the catch was made Nelson raced home and scored before Wolter could niakc. the throw to Chase to camp ete the double kl ling on Austin. Wallace walked In the seyetuti Nelson sacrificed and when Chase nmde an error third Sholteu's sacrifice ene iiiiiii.ji in nnir till 11 a IflCC OlililA hy to Daniels lllStill fai,n,..l Wallace to score ,,mi SKhU u rviti- nm.a,i t. ind Schweitzer popped lo Knight New 'lorn scored in the eighth llrockett singled to centre Daniels popped to llulll ii.ili Wolter was out. Hallliian to ( rlss llrockett taking see-ond llartzell singled' to light. Hrocketi scoring, (ree wnlkeei and was forced by Knight, Wallace In Haiti. 11,111 The score srw Tnna aT mi is, c le ll. r. A L. .sou. D.inleli.ef .112 11 shnltencj' ".Iter rf .1 1 I 1 11 AllUln.Sb 3 Iberi 'ri.;ih .1 I il 2 n Srfiu'rr.rf .3 ' "e If 2 o t ii ii Hall an.2b I Iniizht.ss n i t iingan.ir 2 1 1 l.iisi.ib :i n pi i sirphens.p I Msgne :ti :i i ii 2 n ( rls. iti i .ue-eui-e.,. 3 0 .1 I Uiillaee.ss 1 I "ft i' l n o ; o NciMin.p 2 Htni'kl 11 p i i o n o totals 22 2 2111 3 Totals 31 1 21 It I Paii 'il fur Turd lu the 1 rth limine New lint. 11 n I, -s 'jiuis it 0 3 1 1 n 1 Hum New York-llrockiu si UiuH 1 n u I - Shot If n. Austin. Hogan, Crls. Wallace, Nelson. Home run Austin, .sacrifice hft Shollen. 2: Schweit zer, Nelson, Magner, Sweeney, Wallace. Double plays-Wolter ml Chae; Daniels, Chaae anil narircii stolen iiase.-snotten, Mown, nit ny pitcher lly lord tCrbal, by Mrorkett lAustlnt. Htm bic on balls- OIT Ford, 2: off llrockeit. 2. Struck niilllv llnirliett. 5- Iiv Nelson. .1. lilts Off loni, 2 In four Innings. l.eft on baaexNew lorn, in: M. wonts, s. i injure in ewer o Lou an lln. Field iimplrp Connolly. Time- 1 hour and J minuter tirrnoir, ; rmt.uir.i.rni. li, i. i, , tn.tr.orr. July 1.1. The Tlgera made It three atralgnt from the Athletics lo dar. Four runs were coreil In Ihe rljhtn by the Mack men. who then Int hy three runv Tne Ttiera cot three hln In Ihlt rouml, whleli put oer two tallies. Tne nlnnliiK rnunt rnme In the ninth, with one out. when Cobb Untied and ii-ored troni rlrtt when Delrhanly rame Ihrouah ullti a ulnfle to lxnl. The -core: PHILADELPHIA. AH. H. I. A. K tmaoir. ab. n. p. Al P.. l.onl.ir. .. ii (I Jonra.lf. a I I ? 5 I n.llutn.sa... I u A 2 n il.cobb.cf lino I n cra'ford. rf.4 I a n n ijDelan'tv. lh.i 2 13 I Davls.lb Murpny.2h, Harry ,ss . Thomas.c. Morgan, p. llender.p. I I o Morlarty..ib2 0 o 1 a .1 n o'Leary.ShJ 2 I a .1 4 n'Stanage.c .2 2 2 2 0 I illl.snile.ii 2 1 o ii o tsciimldt. . t o - Hummers. ou ll 1 .1 o il o II loiais, . iii i-.a in l Totals. ..It 12 27 13 I One out when winning run wa scored, 'Halted fur Lantte In Ihe eighth Inning. Philadelphia 1 ll I 0 0 1 ll 4 0- 7 Detroit. . " 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 Huns Philadelphia- Lord. Oldrlng. Mtrunk, Maker. Murph, Harry, Morgm. Detroit .tones. Hush. Cobh. Delehanty, 2: Mortarty. O'Leary. Stanage. Two base hlt-Cobb. Struck out lly Ijintlr. 2: I'j Morgan, 2: by Hender, 2. Plrst base on halls- Off Lantte, 5: off Morgan, 7, Double Flay Harry and Davis. First base on errors letrolt. l: Philadelphia. 4. I .eft on bases-Detroit. 7: Philadelphia. 1. Hit by pltcher-Uy Morgan. 1. Sacrtnce rdts-O'Leary. I.ant!. Oldrlng. 2: Dads. Stolen bases -Crawford Murphy, rmplre hi chief Dtneen. Field umpire Perlne. Time 2 hours and 20 minutes. Cl.gTILtND, WAaniKOTON', 3. Cl.gVT.ND. July IS.- -In a loosely plated game. which at the same time contained several spec- racular bits of field work, the Nans cleaned up Washington to day by the score of 7 to . The acore; W1SHI.VOTON. ca. u. CLtVILANP. B. AB. n. P, Milan. cr.. 4 Snaefer.lb I Klbrfd.Ab 2b 2 (iessler.rf 3 C.Walker.lf .4 Mellrlile.ss. 4 Cun'g'm.21i..2 Lellvelt I Conro,.1h. .0 llnrj .e . I Johnson, p. I o (iraney.tr. I i o noifon2b. 4 I Jackson. rf I u Siovall.lb 4 n Hlrmrm.rf .4 i,nii,:o. i u lurner.Sb. 4 0 Flaher.e. . 4 OjKrspp.p 4 0 2 1 n II t -1 1 0 1 1 2 a ii n 0 Totals. .KM 11 I Totals. . .11 1.1 Hatted for Cunningham In Ihe eighth Inning. Washington oooi loan o 3 Cleveland. 0 0 n ft I 0 0 I 7 Huns- Cleveland Jackson. 2: Hlrmlngham. Hall Turner. Ftsher, Krapp. WasMngtun- Milan, .Sehaeter. (iresler, C. Ualkcr. Johns":., livu base hit. .Jackson, Milan, richer. Thre- hae hits Krapp. Jackson. Saorlnce ny Cunningham. Stolen ba.e-Mrllrlde. C, Walker. Flshrr. First base on balls-Off Krapp. I: ott Johnson. 1. lilt by pitcher lly Krapp H.lbrfeldi. rirst base on errors Cleveland. 2: Washington. I. Left on base. Cleveland, a: Washington, s. Struck out Hy Krapp. t; by Johnson. V. Passed ball l ister. Wild pl'cnes Johnson. .1. Krapp. Umpire ID chlrf-i:an. Flf.d umpire Miller. Tlme-1 hour and SI minutes. aosio.v ia. ii 2: citic.coo (c. l 1. 1. Cmccoo. July 13.- Ed Walsh had one bad In nlng In to day's battle, and the p;ed boys licked the Chicago White So as a result. Save In tl.At one Inning Walsh pitched great ball, but he had nothing on Collins, ihe lloston southpaw . The score. BOSTON. CPICAOO. AB. H. P a a. m. p. a r. A f v n Hooper.rf I n o M'lntrre.rfl 2 2 Cartiner.3b.,4 speakei.cf 3 Lrwls.lf 4 ffkc-S.SS.. 3 i:ngle.:b I Carrlgan.c Wllllsms.ib 3 Colllns.p ,2 0 s 1 o n n 0 2 1 a n 13 o 1 3 0 Hough ly.lfi 0 Callahan. ill 0 Hodie.2b . I 0 o o o o n n o n I 1 .r der.lb 0 12 0 Tanne 1.3b o cornan.ss 0 Sullivan, c. 0 'Lord Pa ne.c 1 Walsh. p. Totals 30 3 : 13 0 2 Totals 32 S 27 1 1 Pan for Sullivan In the eighth Inning. Hoston 00 11 02000 0-2 L I J CO CO 00001000 (l Huns- Hoston Kngle, 'Carrlgan f'lilrago Tannchlll 1-fl on base.- Hoston. 4, Chicago. 3. nri nase or. pans-en: Maish. 2 Mruci. out m volllnc i: bynalch 7 Hit hy pitcher--By llalsh iColllnsi Two base till Kngle. Three base nit-i ar-tfan. .-acrwee nil -Sullivan in plre tn chief- Kgan. Field umpire: Micrldaa. 1 Ime -1 hour and 40 minutes. staspiso or Tn turns, ir f. rr , .12 27 'A Jersej City SI 2D M i Hullalo. 13 .11 SM Newark 3131 172 I Providence Rocliesler Haltlmore Toronto. Montreal. A3 .ia cis 3.1 .ID 2S 41 , 3Al :i2 a ILTIMORE, 3, KJWim. 0 IltLliuoRr., Julr 13 The Orioles treated the Tljers lo a coat of whitewash lo-dai Jimmy Djgeri has Imlnclble holding Nc ark down to two hits one of which was a -eratch. and making nine men strike out Chattel Smith also pitched good ball up to the seienih Inning, when the nirds found him for four safeties which, together with a batter hit and an error hy Aclrr. gale them a quartet of runs. Speetacular ralches by Hath and Myers were the fra lures. The score rsaa rsltimor ta H P. A P..' SB H. P. A lion o Parent.ss. c u .1 o n 3 o A 2 1 Kath.2h 113 2 0 3 0 2 HOC ctiran.3b 4 3 0 2 1 3 o 2 o o Schmidt Hit 1 I I 1 o I t 0 Sej mour.cf I 3 2 o ii .3 12 to Walsh.lf I 12 0 0 2 o 3 2 0 H muller rf3 loon 3 o o 3 o Fgan.e 2 19 10 1 0 1 o o l))s-crl.p 2 i) el I o 2 0 12 1 2 O 3 3 o Totals 31 11 27 in 2 1 o o o n u n n o 0 ItAllcy rf Agler lb Helll If Ualtiin.tf Myers cf il.Smlth.2r: tniden.ss Itrarit Sb Nee 3b cady.e I smith. p Lee Shonu.p. Tntah 27 2 24 13 2 Palled fur C Smith In the eighth Inning Newark ooonnonno-o baltlniure 0 0 0 1 0 0 I o 3 Huns -Baltimore Parent. Seymour. 2 Hell mull'r. i:an Two base hit Kgan Three base lilt Hallei llnmerun -Seymour. Sacrifice hit filter!. Flrsi base on half Off lljcrrl. 4. Hit bl pitcher Hy C. Smith. 1. Struck out- By DltertO. bye Smllh, 4 Wild pitch -C Smith. Leftonbases llalllmore. 4 Newark. 4. I'lrst ba.e on errors Halllmore. t. Newark. 1 t'mptre In chief Wright. Field umphe-tlalHian. Time 1 hour and 3D minutes. AT ROCniSTEn a. n r.. nuffalu H2000001 2 -.1 B1 Hochester 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o 0 I a 2 Ilalterlci-Mcrrlll and KHIlfer; Wlihelm and Mitchell AT OTTAWA. a n r. Toronto 0 0 0 4 2 1 i 0 2-io IS n Montreal 001001 t 137 113 Haiterlei Tesrau. Mueller and Phelps: Carroll, Uarbcrlch and Holh. (iames Scheduled for To-daj. NCTIOVCI. LtcOCE. Plttshurg In New York Chicago In Brooklyn: Cincinnati In Philadelphia, St. liuls tn Hoston. AMERICAN LEAUl'R. Neve York In St. Louis. Philadelphia hi Detroit, Washington In Cleveland; Hoston In Chicago. rsiKHN t.PAnur Jersey City In Pro1dence: Newark In Haiti more. Toronto In Montreal: Hochester in Buffalo. New Vork Mate lagur. IT SI.MIUAVTON. R H, E. 0-cl 10 0 Syraeuie 000000 0 0 Hlngaamlnn 0 n o n o 0 1 a -16 0 Batteries -Naile and Koonman: PanDalau and rischer empires Wheeler and Black. AT RLUIRA, t'tlca . oonnonon o-o a i Llmlra . 00001024 7 10 1 Batteries, -Malloy and llowley: Schmidt and barton, empire Westervelt IT WtLKtSBARRF Tro o l o o .1 n i .1 i-fl pi E3 Wllkcsbarie. 0 : 1 o 1 o 0 0 04 n 3 Batteries l.undgren. Donnelly and Woods: Matthews. Kuifand Hrleger t'mplres-Keenan and Autur. AT BCRlNTOX -PIRtT OAUI. R. R I. Alhani 0 not 0 20010 0-4 .1 t Seranton. n o o o I n .1 o 0 0 I 3 to 1 Batteries -Farley, Brady and Cheek, Collo morc and McDonough I'mplre-Anderson. aacoMi oami, Alhani n n n l 2 0 n 0 14' in 'a Seranton . :oniooiio 03 7 4 Itallerlcs- Hancock and Howe: (iasklll, llarklns and McDonoufh I'mplre -Anderson. merlean Association. It Toledo-Toledo. 2: Indianapolis, t At liultitlle- Lnulsillle, a.- Columbus. 3, At Kansas City- Kansas City. , .Minneapolis, 2. Connecticut league. Al Springfield Al W aierbury At Bridgeport -prlngfleld, 4: .New Hal en, I. Ifarlfurd. I, Waterburv. I, Bridgeport. I, .New Britain, 3. New Knuland la-asue. i Laurence Laurence. I: Fall Hlter. 2. It Haverhill New llrdfnrd 11. Haverhill. 2. M Brockton Linn, .1. Brockton, a ll 1iwrll First game I.xwell. 7: Worcester, a. Second game licll 11, Worcester, 2. Prospect Park llairuall Rrtultt. Mohawks, in; Star Crescents. 8. Nrv York Aiiic-rtcsn, IA, ,Nrw York Sun, 12. Litchfield, 3. Kminorlchs' Stars, llaserball, Washlnaton Park, lo-daj, 4 T. M llroo',il n vs Chicago. A din ,'sv -,dt, llaseball. I'obi llrnunrla. Ta.el.s. a p. M niantii' "HUbiirr A4m. :Sc. and Mc. ldi. NICHOLLS GAINS HIS GAUD lri.Vsi oonv TiTLt: mom a Oil EAT ViELIt OF COMPETITOIIS. Many Times Knocking; at lloori In Metro pnlltaii llvrnt, lint This Time Ahead -tlardner Mhlte lads UkaRl I'leld Play on Other Country Links. llreaklng his tie ror the first two rounds of III with J. ). .McDermott and going; cm safety to the- winning honors sure no ono could wlthstay (111 Nit holts, the fair haired youth of Wilmington, in tils triumphant carper yesterday for the open champion ship nf the Metropolitan (lolf Association. After the morning round Nlcholla was :i.1 ami he lead all but the amnteur Oswald Klrkby, who had "n In the afternoon Nlclmlls played as one inspired and his In holes on the last nine will doubtless nevej, be exceeded. Manv Imve aald that with his hoodoo. Aleck Smith, out of the way, the long driving (ill would be Invincible, llll made guo.l yesterday and his grand total of 281 was nine strokes tietter than that of (leorge Sargent when lie won the na tional open championship on this same course In ln After all the marvellous plays on the long same nil mastered Ms iron shots and made them secondary to his tremendous driven Irom the teea. Playing the eleventh on his homeward journey, the distance belnir of over Sno yards. Nlcholla holed his approach. After that no one could wlth atay htm and Nlcholla ended th" lounil with a most lemarkable total of M. Jock llobens had a on his last round, but It was like locking the stable door after the horse had been stolen and of no use. This Is Nlcholls'a card for the day Out, . 14433333 4-37 In.. . I a 3 .1 4 2 4 4 3 34 - 71 Out 4 3 .1 4 4 .1 .1 4 4 3d In. 4234131 12 -.M-M 137 The summary follows: I If. 3,f "h iiav. int. it 't T'l, 2M 2S0 21)3 29J 2U3 i 201 nm rot .112 .mi 3U2 .103 Si 13 3113 .ITS 04 sua 30.1 9M SOS 310 310 311 31 1 312 All 31 S 313 .117 317 318 3I Gilbert Nlcholls. V, llmluetonlii Jack llobens. hnalrwooel. MA i Itt 7.1 71 .1 .1.11 Thomson. Philadelphia 143 73 Tom McNamara, Huston. im 71 M, J. Ilraoy. vcnllactnn 117 71 J J. McHernioit. Atlantic City... Ill 77 Oswald Klrkby, F.nglewoodll.l 73 Isaac Mackle. Fox Hills.. 14.1 7.1 (ieorge Low. llaltusrol. 1.11 71 Have Itonej man. Forest Hill I Ml 7A Hoberl Andrewj, Pine Or chard l.i: 71 Fred McLeoJ, St. liuls., .M 73 Jack Hutchinson. Allcghani M 77 Herbert Strung. Apawanils. 132 71 William Hanlei. New Haien ! 71 DaieOtlHIe.MorrlsCouniy IA3 7.1 (leorge Sarient.ChcvyChase.isi n IL IL Barker. Hulnson. 133 7s Tom Anderson. Jr., Inwood 1.12 74 (irorte sparling, llrooklann.161 Pi Joe Mitchell. lper Mont- clalr. I Alt 74 F. !1. nellKood.ciardeiiClty 1SI si lnlngSlrlnger.SI. Andrews. 134 71 Tom IVnnar. Merlon.. 1.VS so M.J.OTughtln.Plilnfield IS3 7a Daie Hunter, Essex County 1St 71 Alfred Campbell. Oak Hill ISA 7 J. Mllllgan. W i omlnc Valley.lA2 77 H, M. Thomson, (ilen Hldge 13.1 7 It. Kllllek. Wee Hum. Il 2 Joe svlvester. New York I as 77 OrrinTerry. Canoe Brook .ISA si T Hughes. New York... MS7 A2 (Jeorre Baldric k. Forest Patk 1.13 S3 J J Mulgtew, lllchmond County. Ifel 7A W H. braid, lari land C C 1S1 si F W pye. Ilockland 12 7B Jack Jelly.N'ewark i.vs A7 J N. Hoche.Klkrldge 1.17 A.1 S. D. Connelly. Hock land 173 AS Alec PIrle. Slwanoy 1MI ss 7 :a 7 320 321 .122 32.1 S3 S4 SO sa 74 32.1 330 334 341 S7 SS c. swelsberger. Kntlewood l"a M 34 Harry Vlnrli. Ttuedo 1 So .A Withdrew. Tom Mulgrew. lllchmond County 1J7 ,o Withdrew. Amateur. (iardlner W White of Oakland led fhe field in the iiualiflcation round of the Wy. Kagyi tournament yesierrtay nve stx teena turned In cards, but White was easily the master with the following card, out .1 1 s .1 .1 .1 .1 4 3- :.j In 4 4 s :. 4 4 .1 i a- .in- 74 Out . 4 .1 s s 1 a a 4 3 :a In .1 .1 a r. i I .1 4 a--11 77-1.11 The summaries- rirst Sixteen-Oardlner W While. Oakland. 74. 77 1.11 P. M. Wild, Cranford, 7. 77 IM: II. T Allen. Foi It 111, at. 7S IS8. li B. P Clarke, Dunwoodle. so. A2- l2 tt. K Wldmer. Wkagil. so. A2- 1S2: M H Msrstnn. Cranford. s2. so- 142; Oilman P. Tiffany, Powelinn. si. 12- 163. P s MaclJi'jqhlln. Wkagil. as. so 163; II. Sietner. Ioood. SI. S3- 1S4 A T Halghl. Wykagl. AS. si isj, II Y (ialnes. WkagM. A4. is r V ll tngacre, Saegklll. sa. as- 171. J O. Deerlcks. lly'saul M. S6 171. )' n. Hill, Canoe I'rcsik. S7. S3 172, .N N Plerson. Wee nurti e. ,S7 173. C T Mnresu M l ksgyl. tsl. S3 173. Second Sixteen c O Howe. Dunwooelle. Ac, m 171: 0 I. I'nnley Slwanni. su. ss 174. C Trails, Ardslei. 1. ta 174. D Csrr llldgeneld. su SS 174. C T Mnllett. Fox Hill- AV MO I7S ll L. Pearl Fox Hills, ss. cs us TwyfTiirt, llridgehamptnn. 81 12 176 J l l isii. Inawamls is ui 17A. t A I larke. unattached, no. m I7A: J Matless. Keokuk. 01. S. I7A. c II (illlett, Wykxgll l. 82 176. C It ltelea. Wykagyl. 0.1 s.1 ITS W i; lilllell. Wvkaeil. AA ui Its I M I arpenler. Oakland. 81. ss- i;s. r; (i , Riley, c raniorn ii. sc i . . . i c nates, .iisanii). isi, sa 17s Third Sixteen M J Condon Wykagyl. sa. in -178, i Ii stone. Slano Bl. As 178. H W Mayorga. Slwano K: 6.1 I an-. F W Howard. W5.agl. 81. s7 ivi. J II Hell. W)kagt. a. 82 tsl. H W Pratt. Ill kag I M. 10 1st. C I: Malthy. Wjkagil. 84. s7 111. W it. Oglesby, Wikagil. im vi IS2. F A ll right. Baliusrnl. IBS, S4 112 I Malleh. Fnglewood Hi, 8? 112, II. I. Phillips, Slwanoy. sa. 81 I2. r II. Mclean. Wykagjl 83. Do 1M. J H Hlgson. Canoe llrook. wn. 83 1A3. H IV Slkes. Wvkagll. 84. SB IS3: I J II Huckbee. Jr . Manhattan. 81, ai -IM. II. C ! Kacsrr. Scarsdale. I. 81 lsi. Fourth Sixteen F. Yalentlne. Wkagil. 81 04 1A.1, Y K Carlson, Mwanoy. Bl. 81 IM. C Young. Wykagl. 7. sa hj p F Weltsieln .slwanoy. 82. Bl HA. 15 It Falrrlilhi. Manhattan S3. U3 ISA. W White. Wyl-agyl, BS. 81 isa ll c Puiiderford. fox Hills, 82. el 1A. A. IJchler hrlm. llikagl, 80, m- 17. J p l'.ile. Iluu noodle. 93. 8I-IS7: C I. Fletcher. Tlunuowlle, j3, B3 ss. it. J Treierrow. Poweit.m. 94. BJ- 19, A 1. Broe, ManhAltan. 92. 87 s. II lituiam. Wykaol.83.ua- l9: 1. Tern. Pox Hills. 81. 86 100, ( l. Incite. Wikagyl, V8, 91 1'eJ, J It Phillips, lllkagll. 8. 82 -191 fifth Sliteen-C, Kdwards.W'ikatyl. 9.1. Bft- 191; P J Itncker. WykagH. 91. 87 191. A P. Holh. Manhattan. 87. 81 HU T P Anderson. Wykagi I. inn, 82 182, C W Hannan, Jr , Wykagi I, m. W- 192. A S. Andrews, flushing, int. k2 183: C. W. Harman. Sr. Wykagyl. lie. 91 183 W K. Trull. Wykagi 1. loo. 94 194, derrli smith. Wee Burn. 91. lis)--194, J. S. I.lndortt. Flushing. 97, qa, 181, A stark. Cranford. 9A. us. 193, It T Conley, slwanoy. i. 89- 197. J. 1, Clarke, forest Park, 102, IS1-19A II. F Hock, Dunwoodle. 82. 106- 19A. (1. It F.dwards, Wykagjl, 84, W 199. W S. Kldd, Wykagyl, 10S, 86- 201 Hri-.tton Wonns, N II., July 13. In the seuu-rlnal matches for the inerican Ciolf ssociatlon of Advertising Inlereste annual championship two metropolitan golfers re main. V I. Crocker of Itrae Iturn. the only player Irom outside the Metropolitan ells trlct to have a place In the seml-lluals. was beaten to-day in a thirty-six holo match by Sherman, the piesenl holder of the title. .1 up and 4 to play. Sherman was 7s In the forenoon and 71 in tho afternoon, with one approximation An extra bole contest resulted in the other semi-final match, between J ,1 lliien, Fn Hills, and A It. Johnson, .scarsdale. ihe latter won, much to the surprise of every one, at the thirty-eighth hole and will meet Sherman at thirty-six holes for the title I he consolation ttnal is tlilrty-su holes nnd rests between V. J MacDonald. Mid lothian, and W (' Freeman ol Fox Hills. Isplendld matches resulted throughout all the flights In both the men's and women's clli Isions and extra hole contests were very numerous The summaries. Championship Division- -Semi finals -T. M. Sherman, Yahnundasls. defeated W I.. Crocker, Brae Morn. .1 and I. thirty six holes. J II John son, Scarsdale, defeated J .1. Ila.'cn, I'm Hills. 1 up, thirty right holes, Second Flight Fhst round C. II Pope, Fox Hills, defeated- It. Chandler. Baltusrul. 1 up. twenty four hole: W J Macllonlad. Midlothian, defeated J I., lilien, Haliu-rol. 2 and I. Yt C Freeman Toi Hills, defeated F J Itlnteway, Montclalr. 1 up, L, A, Hamilton. Fnglewood, ete feaied J 11 Plummer. Nprlngrteld, 1 up. Semi Hnal Hound MaclXinahf drfealed Pope. 3 and 2. Freeman defeated Hamilton. 1 up Third Flight -Frank Presbrr), Harden .City, defeated S. L, Hill. Fair Ylew. I and 3, Nor Ian Mason, P.xmoor. defeated J Shenard, Jr , Man nsmosetl. 3 and 1: li, F hall. Commonwealth, defeated W S, Bird, llalllmore, 2 and I: li C. Dutton. Oakley, defeated IV II. tjispar, Hrook lawn. 4 and 3. Semi final Hound Pretbrey defeated Mason. 1 up. nineteen holes, Dutliin defraud ii.ili, A and 7. Fourth Flight W M Osirnndrr I'm Hills, defeated T A Matthews, St, Andrews. I up; H II. Mamlok, Fox Hllks. defeated J A Moore. Scarsdale. 4 and S: ll M Parker. Harden l ily, defeated I). W. (Sailord, Hianstown. I and 3; C. A. Hpeakman. Hiwanoy. defeated A L. Atdred Wannatnolsell, 1 up. Send final Hound- Mamlok defeated Ottrander. and A; Speakman defeated Parker. 4 and 3. Fifth Flight W D. Nugent, Huntington Y'alley. defeated K. I" I'll nier, Skokle, 2 up: J. II. Olllei, Nasi.au, defeated II II Heed, Knglewnod S and 3: K Wilson, IpawamU. drfealed C A, Carlisle, Sunnyalde. 1 up, F. Fschniaun. St. Andrews, defeated ll C. l.tkeli, Oakhlll 3 and 2 Send final Hound Nugent defeated Oltley. 3 and 1. Hschmami defealed Wilson, I and 3. Sixth I'llfhl F H .Smith. Baliusrnl, defeated C. V. Itlrh, Scarsdale, I up inlneteen holrsi O. S. Oilier. Allegheny defeated F. II. M. Colo, Norlh Shore land 2: It S Osborne. North Shore, defeated T S. Hand. N'rw Turk hi default, J II Appel. Hiinllnglon Yalle) defealed IV K. Pulslfer. Deal. 3 and 2. Semi-final Hound Smith defeated Oilier. 3 and V, Osborne defeated Appel, I up inlneleen holes) Seienih Flltht C P. tliady. Kntlewood, de featcdS. C Lowe, Urae Burn, 3 and 2: 1 A Sperry. Westward Ho. defeated II. I). Wheeler, Norlh Shore, A and S; F. II, Jewell, Saegklll. defeated 8. D. Flood, Wlndsot, 3 and 3: H, P. Haggles, de feated L. B. Del ran. Dunwoodle. I and 7. Semi-final Hound -Brady defeated Sperry. 3 and 2: Uuggles defeated Jewell, .1 and 2. Klfhth Flight K. Frothlngham. Apawatnls, defeated J. D. Williams. Sprlnghaien, I and 3: I). A. Schofleld. Lxnioor. defealed F T. Lelth, Knollwoocl. 2 and I: C. II, Stoddard, South Shore, defeated 0. IS. Spauktlng, Wykagyl. I up (nine teen hnles': 11. u, Mllhollanil, Oakniont. dc frated D. McK, Lltiil. Oakinunt. 2 nnd 1. Seml-nnal Hound- Scheu'eld defeated Frothlng ham, 1 up 110 holes': Mllhoiland defeated Stod dart. 7 and a Ninth Flight -W J. (Hidden. t:uilld.drewa bye; f H. smith, Commonwealth, drew-a live; W.W. - s. uci.nvu 1 ' . 1 . imij i winii'.'i. wealth, 3 and 4: II, K. Spauldlng, Montclalr. drew abe. Srml-llnal Hound (Jtldcten defealed Smith. 4 and a: Manning clefeated Spatitdlng, Sand I. Seml-ilnal Consolallon Illusion- first flight W. D. Conk lyn. DuniiiHidlr, defeated It. .1. Allvn, Hartford, 4 and ?; A. K. Oilier, Allrfhrny. etc feaied It. ti: Whitman, and 3 13A holes.. Secsinel Flight J.'L. (ilien. llaltusrol, defeated A. ll. Chandler, Halliisrol, 4 and 3: J. ll. Plummer, spilntlield. defeated )'.. J. Hldgeway, Moiilclalr, 2 up. Third Flight- . silx, Falrmounl, defealed John Shepard. J,, Wamiamolselt. 1 up: W. S, mm, iiaiiiniure, uercateei 11 11, i.asner. nriKiic lawu, 3 and 1. Poilrth Fllghl-T. A. Matthews, St. Andrews, defeated .1, c. Moore. Scarsdale. 1 up (20 holesi D. W. (iavlnnl, KvMiston, clefeated A. L. Aldred, lianiuntnlsett, 4 and 3. . fifth Flight K. P, Clymer. Skokle. defeated 11. II Heed. Lnglcwood. 4 and 3; It'. C. Llkelv, Oakhlll, .defeated C. A. Carlisle, Sunnyslde, 9 and 7. . Sixth Illthl-C. I. Illch. Scarsdale. defeated 1 P.. M. Cole. North Shore,-.land 4: W I.'. Pulslfer. Deal, defeated T. S. Hand. New York, by default. Seventh flight - S. C Iwe. Brae Burn, de feated P.. D. Wheeler, .North shore, ft and 3: L. II. Devean. Dunwoodle. defeated S. D, flood. Wind sor. 2 up. Elthlh Fllghl-F T. Lelth. Knoilwooel. ele feaied J, D. Williams. .1 and 4: II. McK. IJoycl, Oakmnnt, defeated C D. Spauldlng. Wykagyl. .1 and 4. Ninth Fllthl D. P. Daly, Commonwealth, won final by default. Women's Championship Semi-finals Mrs. W. S. Bird. Baltimore, defeated Mrs. W. L. Crocker. Brae Burn. 3 and 2: Mrs. (1. C. Dutton. Oakley, defeated Miss U f.lranor Freeman. Foi Hills, 2 and 1. , Second Flight Mrs. W. J. Ijiahar, Brooklawn. defeated Mrs. W M. Ottrander. Fox llllls. 4 and 2: Mrs. John Shepsrd. Wannamnlselt. drew a bye. Third Fllthl Mrs. W. c. Freeman. Fox llllls. defeald Mrs. D. W C.aylord. f.vanston,. 1 up: "i. ..- c iflsr, nrae tiurn. tiereaiea airs. 1 .1, Matthews, si. Andrews. I up. M.iPLKwoou. X. II., .Inly 13. The Maple wood Country Club started Ha first open amateur tourney of the season to-day, 1' Nazi-o of the Beaumont Country Club taking the low cross In the iiualiflcation with a 70. The match play In the afternoon went through the first round of the first alxteen. HAnTrortn. .Inly i.i, The flrat round for the championship in the tournament of the Connecticut League of (iolf Clubs to day brought Into the limelight C. (1. Waldo, Jr.. of Hrook lawn, who made a 7i) in his morning: inund, one under par. The record or the course had been 68. The low score gold medal, for which Hovey was tied with M.' Jv(,faham of Greenwich at l.vi for thirty six holes went to Hover to-day, the two having decided to play off the tie. The summary. Championship Series first round R. Abbott. Ilrooktsi.n, beat W. I). MacDonald. Wee Burn, and 2: P. R. Cooler. Hartford, beat J. T. L Hubbard, nrooklawn, 7 and ; C. O. Waldo, Jr., Ilrcoklawn. beat O. Sykes. Hartford. 7 and 3: S. D. Bowers. Brooklawn. beat J. K. Ilewa. Hart ford. 4 and 3; S. J. (iraham. Greenwich, beat H. L. Jackson. Arawana. .1 and l: P. Hothwell. Hart ford, beat ll. p. Merrlman. Waterbury, 2 up: l- '.l0Ji(r' Hartford, beat 1J. Tredennlck. Illghland Counlry Club, 3 and 2: P. M. Smith. Hartford, beat C. II. Zlmme rraann. New Haven Country' Club. 2 and 1. Seoond Round n. Abbott beat F. R. Cooler. 2 ana i: c. o. WaMo. Jr.. beat S. D. bowers. ".:'. J. iiranam beat P. Hothwell. 3 and 2: H. H Hoiey beat P. M, Smith. I and .1. .MtsrHfBTFn. Tt.. July 13. The cinallfy Ing round of the Taconio cup tournament, which was played at Ekwanok Country t lull lo-day. had some of the usual sur prises, among which the moat prominent was that Fred Herreshoff landed In the Second sixteen. The miwtsl ss-na win by Warren K. Wood. Ho me wood, with a consistent 77 Walter J. Travis, who haa been playing the course in record figures iiunoK me last two weens, naa to content himself with TO The other nnli kslnr so rlJ. . F. A. Martin. Kkwanok. 77. and W . K. Stile. Itrae Hum, 7S. At the Forest Park public links this after noon J J. McDermott, the open champion, will plar an eighteen hole match against George Dollrlck and nevroux lard I.ARCHMOXT ItAVE WEEK. IIlK Fleet of Vachta Kxpeeted to Sail on the Hound To-morrow . AU racing craft will be heading for Larch. mont of for some nearby harbor to-day to ne in readiness ror tne racing or Larchrnont race week It is confidently etpected that there will be more than one hundred starters in each of the six daya regattas, and in all (Tie regular classes the racete will be aeries events, the yacht scoring the most nolnts 'winning the prljee There will be racing every day. beginning lo-innrrow . until the follow lug .Saturday for sailing craft except Sunday and Tuesday. On Tuesday the enter tainment w HI he motor boat racing, and eome of the fast speed craft are expected. One attractive feature of the week's sport will bo the racing in the.n rater class. The four Kaelern yachts which came after the Manhasset challenge cupare to racedur Ing the week ngalnst the local boata. Asthe cup races were all sailed in the lightest of winds it is hoped that the boats of this class may find at least one day when there will be a steady fresh wind so that they may bo fairly tested Ihe (iravesend Hay dorlea are to sail a aeries of races against boats of similar type from the Hayside Yacht Club. There w ill be a few of the small schooners. and in the largo sloop class there will be IslalenH. which (i M. PvncJion Iias nut In ....etitr...i,... I nnd Daniel llacon's Avenger. There will be I the Dorello. (iardena and Iroiidi-niioll, , about twelve of the New1 York Yacht Club 30 footers, the Larchmoul Interclub class. Jail divisions of the handicap class and n large fleet of small boats, so that Horace i; .Houcher. llutler Whiting and Itutledge Schmidt will haie their hands full tn' I bundling the races . The (Iravesend Hay fleet is to start for ' Larchmont to-day About twenty boats , are to go from the Hensonrnieut Voi.. Club and are to he towed through the (into, mong these are the II lldegard, which le to lie used aa n houseboat and on which the yachtsmen will live during the week Joy. Clalr. Ia Cubana. Cureless. Kit. MUiia. praneia, cyrlo, Walikan II ami the power boat Lillian T he (irayjacket and Suelew of the Q class arc already on the Sound It is doubtful If the others will go. Their owners are satisfied with the racing off Sea (into and will sail there. These are Soya, Spider and Alice The M and F. Wink. Cyric nnd ilunda of the s class arelo go to l.archniortt and nbout a dozen of the (iravesend Hay knockabouts, are to start on Sunday morning and race from th lower bay lo Larchrnont. where they will sail during the week Tne record number of starters In a regatta on the Souud Is llti, and It ishoped that this will be beaten some time during the week So many starters, while they make a pretty spectacle, are rather troublesome and the boats constantly get III one another'a way during the races. I titan Trots Half .Mile In OAT 1.2. CLEvn.iNP, July 13. The trotting cham pion I'hlnn established another record at the North Itandall track this morning in his dally workout He trotted half a mile In n.57S. the fastest half ever trotted by a horse In harness, so far as Cleveland horse men know I hlau made Ihe mile in '.'.ns, the last half of it being the fast one. He was timed by Hilly Andrews, one of the beet known trainers, Hilly Ward, who has tieen connected with the trotting game fur years, and by George Caunter. one of the oftlvial timers at the llockport track. South Atlantic lasur. Columbia. 2: Jacksonville, n A I ban j , S: Savannah, .1. Charleston. 2; Macon, t. Cotton Mtatra Iraaue. Jackson. 7. Y aroo City. 2. Meridian. 10: llattlesburg, I. Vlrksburg. It: (Jreeowood, a Southern league, Nashville, tt: Atlanta. 2. Mobile, 2. Birmingham, 0. New Orleans, 3: Montgomery, 0. Texas league. first Oame San Anlonlo. t. Dallas, i). second (ian.e San Antonio. 7, Dallas, a. Waco, u. Austin. I, lialicslun, 3' Oklahoma Cit. 2., Western 'Lefague. At Omaha Omaha, 17, lira Motnes, 2 t Lincoln Lincoln 2: Pueblo, I Al Denver- Denver, 2; Topeka. P. M Al Sioux City Stout Cliy, 11: Si, Joseph, in. Trl-State league. M Wilmlutlon 1'lrsl game- V. Ilmh'tlon. 2; Lancaster. I. Second gaine-lncasicr, 4: Mil. ralnglnn, I At Attoona - Altouna, A: York. .1, a At Trenton Trenton, 10. Headlnt, 7 At Johnitowm Johnstown, 4: llarrlsburf I. AMONG THE AUT0M0BIL1STS T lt.lt' K ll.ll'lXt! nv.iti: SEItWVS CASE IS IX Anil Ma) He W orse If There Are Not Mime Precautions Takrn Pneumatic .lack for Cars Heat, Hones anil Motor Trucks A. A.'i New Tour Hook. Ilotli the French and llritish motoring magazines, discussing the recent light car rabe, take occasion to lemark that this eient disproved the lately voiced sentiment that racing had outlived Its usefulness and also hud ceased to interest folks. Inasmuch aa there has been talk of this sort over here of late. It may be recognized na an inter national tendency, lu other words, there are folks on both sides of the water who no longer believe in automobile racing. It has become necessary or so some believe II to point out that Interest exists when ever it happens to be shown, It ia mensurable certain that racing in tills country will not have much longer shrift If the sanctioning of events on til rt tracks of a doubtful natute Is to continue, A man who played football In his college days and it ho lias been anguished by the outcry against his game said Just the other day Why, iiooplc are the queerest things imaginable. If they kill a mnii at football the whole country rings with protest Hut here there have been four automobile meeta on tracks In the coiirno of a mouth or so and no less than four persona have been killed. Still, there doesn't seem to be any widespread publlo reeling about this. W hat haa become of the folks who are always getting up charts of how many are killed in various sport?" There Is Justice in this viewpoint. Few persona have objections to racing on dull prepared road coiiiaea or cm apeedways, where at least the driver ia not in danger from the beginning. Hut when cara are let out on tracks that once were used for running horses and have been hastily turned into automobile courses there are many reasonable objections. Those who are conducting automobile racing will find them selves In charge of u very' small group of conteata Indeeel If they do not pay Home attention to these things. There ia much determined opposition tn racing the way it Is conducted now. No matter what the reasons some of the objectors allege and no matter what the real inwardness of their opposition they will have all the best of the argument If racing goes on us it has, If the Legisla ture of Just one State gets niter automobile racing it will be deader than prizefighting and in no lone time either. One of the latest energy saving devices put on cars abroad ia a pneumatic Jack. A pump worked by the engine supplies the air and the car la hitched up by Ita own bootstrap-, so to speak, After the pump has Jacked up the car it is ready to inflate any tire that may be put on. More than 1,200 horses died from the beat in the city In eleven days, is the statement made by Harry S. Houpt of the American Locomotive Company. "One packing concern suffered a losa of ITO.noo In horseflesh. I am told," aald he yesterday, "aud another organization met with a losa of 140.000. Thia hot spell haa done more than anything since the show to bring to attention the possibilities of the motor tmck. , "Kstlmating that horses are worth I2.Y0, the total loss in horseflesh In Xew York city would be KOO.ooo. The losa through out the country doubtless was more than It ,000.000. For 1300,000 a hundred good trucks of a doren different makes could be bought. These trucks would have out lived the horses two to one. travelled twice as fast nnd three times aa far a day." The new tour book of the Automobile Club of America has been put on general sale. It is published on a loo-e leaf system, with flexible morocco leather cover. It Is so designed that the contents may be changed from time to time as new or corrected routes are compiled by the Bureau of Tours. In addition to the nun odd routes giving full running directions In nil parts of the country the volume contains a description of Canadian customs regulations and li censes, customs regulations of the t'nited States and all foreign countries, ferry In formation and timetables, foreign touring Information, lists of hotels and garages, information in regard to automobile in surance, u summary of State motor laws, an index of all cities aud towns through which the routes pass, totalling some 4..VI0 names, nn index of city maps, nn index of routes, Ac. Practically all that Is contained In tho four volumes of the public motoriug guides of the t'nited States Is emhraceel in the 70 page ot the club tour book. This was done hy the use of symbols in running directions nnd the elimination of all ad vertising material. MAIWEEIIEAIt IIACE. Clght Motor Boat tn start This After noon fYnni Huntington. F.lght entries have been received for the annual Marblehead race for motor boats, which will he started at 4 o'clock this after noon from the anchorago of the Motor'llnat Club of America, off the Chateau ilea Beaux Arts, Huntington Hay, I. I Some of the fastest crui-ers on Iong Island Sound are among the prohablo startern and mext of them were specially designed and built for the contest Aside from the friendly rivalry existing among the owners special interest Is at tached to the outcome of the struggle be tween the Kltslx, owned by Frank (iheeiia of the Motor Boat Club of America, and Ihe Inevitable, the property of Alexander John son of the Yonkers Yacht Club. Both boata were designed by Morris M. Whltaker of this city and nre expected to establish a ew record for the Marblehead race. The ..Itelx Is .1.1 feet over all and the Inevitable 40 feet However, they will be placed on an equal footing, because the time allow ances will be made according to the rules of the American Power Boat Association The finish or the race will be off the float of the Corinthian Yacht Club of Marblehead, which will have charge of that end of the contest The course will be 2in nautical miles and the owners of the Kltslx and the Inevitable expect to mnke the run In eigh teen hours The following are the boats, their clubs and owners Kitslx, Frank (iheens. Motor Boat ( lub of America Inevitable, Alex ander Johnson, Y (inkers) Yacht Club; Clas-lc, James (Talg. Motor Boat Club of America Francis II . (ieorge W lloertel Hudson Itlver Yacht Club. Surprise. Frank II. Cad mus, Stiilen Island incht Club Thistle, Joseph II Wallace Yonkers Y'acht Club, and the ltesiilte. Dr. Victor C. Pederson, Thousand Island Yacht Club llrcnton's lierf Hare. The big three masted schooners Atlantic. owned by Wilson Marshall, and Karimn, owned by Koliert K. Tod. are to start in the race for the Brenton s I'eef cup on Friday. August ll. The Atluntic is the holder of the cup and Karima Is the chal lenger. It Is not known yet If there will be other starters because the rules are rather vague and it has not been determined if more than two can stait. The day set for the start Is also the day for the King's cup off Newport The two schooners will be started from Brenton's Iteef lightship at in o cioca in tne morning ana tne coure will lie to the Ambrose Chuunel llv-htshln nnd return nnd it Is expected that they will finish some lime on Saturday. Auznst 1? The lace for the King's cup will be Marled at iu::ai o ciook ine race ior in t ape May cup. In which the same two schooners will race, is to bo sailed on Senteniher 11 Hie start will be made from off the Ambrose Channel lightship and the course Is to aud around the File Fathom Shoal lightship off CaJ May Eastern V. C. Cruise. ftiA'E Hll.f.. Me.. July tn.-T!u Hasiern Yacht Club fleet cast anchor In the quiet waters of Hartletl's Narrows early this afternoon nfler u pleasant eighteen mile run through Kggemoggln reach from Hill Ings Cove Dingy and gig races were held. A seaman from tne sioop minima won the dingy contest with a husky tar from the Uhv second. A pair from Ihe schooner Savaroua won the gig race with Taormlna's boal second , i'.nor,T.. Fiilivan nf Boston won Ihe cr ir .a.. r..e siiiAteMir.s. and a crew consistunr of Clement Meier and Demurest Lloyd defeated six other gigs manned by ama teurs Uerne't' l-'raiieonl Runs Third. ,slnl 4'iiWp DfiP'ilrt M TUB M's I.OMieiN. July Hi, James It. Keene'g Francuni finished third in the rain fcr the Bench plate ot If) soierelgn at Xew- mtk.L.t tn.il.iv Itarry rayiie lliuuie) " nm rincnv nun I the liury Handicap of voo sovereigns. I VI TO.MOIIII.IW. ANY STANDARDMAKi AUTOMOBILE ON TIME PAYMENTS AUTO CLEARING HOUSEl il LU i sen nno cniiorseu ny tne leiming ili-nl-r. ,, i alloier flic world, tieo. H. Huff iii.m, 1hfr i, ' dlanapeills, Ind. X. Y Otitic. 1 Park Him AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE mmna amd atKLUtna or au TOMOBILCA OOktVIBRCIAL VT.HI CLE OAMAOE& TIRES, BQUIP. MINT ALSO HEPAIR COX FAJfiM. WILL ALWAYS PINI) ouirrHmo' or iirrr.Mwr in Tflli OOLTJUM. TIMP.3 SQ. ALTOMOntu: Co.. I70V171S n'WAY. SITU ST. SPECIALLY CiOOIl IIAIU'AINS THIS IH I Balcks, 1.VO to jam): Packard. Won to si m Peerless. lTUI. woo, 12,lu); Pierce. a) to s:.ii Pullman. ;so; simplex. l.tm: American, tr Hupinobtle. MM ami 14.73: Cadillacs. HID I.) $, Heo. S17.1. and many others. STANIIAHII OIL CAMIMNK. 1." cents a gallon In coupon books of loo galloM t IS; full measure guaranteed: sales ai i owners 2i'i lo 40 ot garage hills. ::s M est Willi st.. at Broadway POPK HAHTFOHtl llw touring, condition" new; magneto, speedometer, top. wind shn'li. trunk rack, robe and foot rail, latest renrslbe ilms; a bargain. IV. M. SHAHPF. Hutherford. CHALMLIIS "luiaY-TOCIilNU CAH. rfb.i.i and repainted. I8U0. C. IXIIV, 1617 Broadway .N. V. IVIOCIIALMKHS. rebuilt, repainted and tuariu ted. C DOIY. 1J Broadway, city. NKW. auto casings and tubes; SHABPi:. lis West nroadway. 40 off Us L CABS DOL'lillT AND SOLD, ailn Century Co.. 1700 B'way. cor. S4th. I'sed Car. AltTOMOHILKS. CREEK'S PURCHASING ACENCl OLD BRF.WSTEH HUILDINU. 157 U53 BROADWAY'. CORNEH 4STH ST. Used automobiles ot the highest grades ran ! ftirrhased from us at sacrifice prices: we ha v. he largest showroom tn the city and the created variety of cars to select from: all makes Iron lira lo S3.0TO. Demonstrations cheerfully ct-en. Terms to responsible buyers. MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY MOTOR COMPANY. 170 B'way. cor. Wd Sk Telephone. 7tiV-7l6T Columbus. III tllkfCC Houghl. Sold and Exchanged MX HBItld TlmcASu AutoCo.. I7loiiroadway BENZ Auto Import Co. of America. :44--a West .nth Street. N. Y g4ai Motor Co., H'w'ay, between Mth'A BUIwrt san, sis. Phone 404U Columbus CADI Mi"fiCars. Parts. Repairs, Harare. WMW I LkRV Columbus Circle. Tel. Mil Col 1818 BROADWAY (838 St) Phone Stin.'l Columbis. StudebaKer Bros. Co. of H Y. Broadway & 59th St Prion 71S1 Columbu U.ft? txsl 13 V Crawford Thomson Co tm tm r IMS H'way. Tel ssi ol KNOX Knox Automobile Company lasa-Iiew Ilroadw-ay Phoie txia Col tllTinUII PoivrrNKH motor cah ro . rz lUIIIUnill H'wai laith St i. Pnoae Sls 7 Col, UaYMfFII m ni:i.i..iiRiscni: inc. tnMAff I.W1. 3 csi aii m, Phone mo Col SIUP1 Ft "Made In New Y'ork City -IKirm.A jwi n-nay Tel .1si Col, SPIIIBORF MAGNETO STEVENS-DURYEA 1175 llroadwa). A. (i. SPAI.ni.Nli 4 nno. W IM. Tel. 4.H llriaal. Tel. A1S1 Columbus WUITC WHITi: CO. Hroadway and s:d 3; Phone .im: c col. II. Ia Uaild ntni I'.astern Handicap. WiLMtNr.TON, kel.. July is. - The Kistern llaiidicap, the important shooting eicn in Ihe Kat, was won this evening by Harrv I David of Ihe Island dun Club. Philadelphia. DnvlelnndH K. Ruck waller of Knyersfnrd. Pa..' lied nl oa in dm hsi targets. In 'lie hootoff at :o targets David won. lit to '7 The winner shot from the in lard mark Huck waiter was on the in yard mark HPORTH.YIKyS t.OOlrM. Here's comfort for you after our plunge in one of our superior Bath ing buits. Two-piece Suits in alt sorts of cool summery fabrics, ' $10 to Blue berge Suits of rich dark blue and plain black. Colors guaranteed. ?i 1 .50. The best Serges are now Sjo. Three-piece Suits, line dll-wnol materials, that were $18, $jo, have been reduced to Siv TKOLSL-RS. line qualm plain white and str.i, J serpen, f 5. f $.50 and u grades now $ 1 l.xtra tine white flannel, Plain grai and striped tlanncl Good white duck. $1 ami KhaKi. $1 ,0 and Kntckerboclier. $t tv Automobile Dusters, light weicnt Dutaust proot, i.;o to:t' 'lhin Coats for the street, ot' sc or home, i.s0 ti- o. xjrolymr hASSAU AND FULTON RTS. "4 Veara on Hie Same .xpot." ATTKTIO. N. T. STATE HOt snillll.HI H On and alter Sept. 1, 1911, It wtll be unlaw' for any dealer in flrearmi In this Stale In . u a rtiolier for borne protertloi wlihoa having a UcenM. Owing to tne recrnl adoptkm hi ' " of Mitoinallc pistols, upwariuof .l.ix'c ol ' ileiolicrs were sold at aurllon the facie" was ivi each Traiirls llatinennas of contcmplale protccTlug your home net a o and aiom n otssh E-M-F & Flanders