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THE STTN. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1911.
GIANTS STRIKE THEIR GAIT WIT It AMES PITCHING THEY COSQIF.R THE Pt'M, lrr Doyle's llonir nun I n Ills Help IlriMlln and Cardinal Tlr IMratr Twice TrlmHtiakcTS Hustlers 1 and Bi-il Pach Mln In llnnlili- mil. Trie f.lnnt Brit bark Into their strlds rterdav Htirt mtn Amee pitching tnvloclble (Hl hev onrinsresl th i hlcSgu I libs, 1 lo I A tinrnn nin by l.arry IsBJrtg With Dcore on lnee proved 100 Trent nn ol eiarle for Chance's turn lo overcome Tlie CnlcSgoS have cielit games to pliiy If they win nil of them the i Hunts .'an still finish a came in front ol them hy Winning; five Of fheir rcnisniltiK thirteen contests. If nnrler the same Chicago conditions the Otante won four ami lout nine the team would he tied, while the t ube would win tlie pennant if thev made a CIMII sweep i and the l. Lints loot ten out of thirteen , I At It ia hishlv Improbable that the Cuba will finish their schedule without another defeat or even more than one, the Limit appear to h practically sure of meeting the Athletic In the world' aerie The Cuba and tiianta play their last earn' of the series In f hlcngn to day, the series to date standing eleven victories to ten In favor of' Chance's men. The Brooklyn and Car dinals played ten Innings tea draw, a to a Tbe I'ittshurg won two tame from the Philadelphia, who thereby lot a chance to gain third position The Cincinnati and Boston tallender each won a game In a double header. The results NtW York S: hlcago, 1. Brook Ivn. 44; Rt. 1 old. 0. Boston. S; Cincinnati. 2- First game. Cincinnati. 4: Boston. I Second gamr. Pittsbora. n. Philadelphia. 3- Klrst game. PBisbura. H: Pblladi Ipiila. I sircond game. stan DtVO of tbr nrBS. If. I re. if. 1.. rc. 64A st Leu la 73 711 mi mi Cincinnati.. si iaa ao Brooklya.. so aa 4:3 M-' Bottoa it loo ssa 1, 3. CIICAOO in. I.. 1. 1 Naw Vork 91 M OllCsgo. A7 ;n Plitstnirg S4 sn Philadelphia: en Ngw York i.v. 1 Clteaoo. sept. :i The n Is fits heat the I Cubs to-day Vk. 1 11.. ..-1.1 .I..1 i I i.c im-Biii o. uriuoii'ii that the nncienl ursine enemy was going to snatch four straight from the New York waa shattered It was a rip snorter of n combat in which the (Hants fell down on ohance after chance to mukr runs, but made faOilfb to win and held the Cuba down to a single tally through the eicellent pitching of Hed Ames and through brilliant fielding Although they committed an error now i and then the t.iant made the big hostile horde ol Chicago rooters sit up and take notice, likewise grip their seats as the latter j witnessed some sensational work by the i New York intlelders The Cubs were bear cats on the Hght. but the Giants went them one better with pugnacity amalgamated with rapidity of execution. Frequently the lilanta got taught in a jam on the luise " . . ' , SET s ." "s'l : .,' Miner Brown, but that only made tliem fight the harder to keep the Cuba from coring. The fiiants led all the way and Ames would have blanked the Cuba but for a mud at the plate by Meyers The chief let this play get away from him. but he re covered his batting eye and Mayed the three lingered pitcher for the same number of hits tbat Brown has digits on his salary band. Ames hail liis drop curve behuving admirably and was steady at all times His pitching was most creditable notwith standing It was made more effective by effulgent support lrom Herzog, Fletcher and Merkle iierog want through amazing gyjnnastice in snaring a couple nf rifle shots and a feat that he and Merkle consummated in. the fifth inning must bo enrolled in t!ie "greatest play t ever saw " category. The day was cold, cloudy and raw, the aort of weather in which Ames revels while angagad In the laudable business of confounding the enemy But there was nothing but torridlty on the ball field, and (he I , f ' i .. '.' us an . .-,-!. innlp.li.il -.hat there was po chance lor It grip on the i spectators to rela. tmong the spectators were Bert Daniole, Slim Caldwell and Hop Williams, Highlander contribution" to the Cotni.key field meet held at While Sox pari, to-night In the drat inning McOraw sent In whole pitching staff, that is the unemployed mem bers of th( staff, out to a far corner of the field to warm up. Also he sent them out as much to keep warm a to warm up, this so that they w ouldn't congeal on the lienrh and 1 lie converted into human icicles In cae one of them was needed. Mci.raw wasn't overlooking any chances to nail thi game. In fielding and in batting the New forks did capitally, but there wa still a drug in their base running, i'hey did not operate with their usual get there and discerning use of thejr natural speed. Archer's un erring throwing hung them up again audi' doah Do V ore tangled up things by one of j iur ill"-1 I ui"ii- uisimi n ui in -r i nuinn of Ihe Ivory head species ever seeu. ! A oatapultlo blow by lrry Uoyle in the I first inning beat Ihe Cub. Tinker fumbled Devore s grounder and Doyle hit over i Hchultc's head Into the right f.eld atand for a home run. Met. raw was so elated that he all but shook hands with Larry as the latter tripped lightly pass htm on hi way to the main portal. When Snodgraai followed with a walk it looked like more runs Mur ray. .Merkle and Herzog went out tiulokly and two runs were the maximum grist. The dreadful ami dreaded Mr. Bchulte whanged a "ingle to right in Chicago's half, but he w a the only Bruin to get on Fletcher began New Y ork's second with a walk, and Meyers put him on second with a single to left. ITet. her was forced nt third by Ames, baler makings nice play on Leon's would be sacrifice Ames strip k out Poyle and Saier In the second and passed Hofman. Artie and Archer tried n hit and run play, and the only leasnn why Archer mad a hit was because Hofman was hit by the ball. Murray singled in the third, with one out, snd there was a rather pleasing prospect when the call whs three, and none on Merkle. Brownie, however, put two over and fanned Merkle on the nevt one Murray it en route to second and wa doubled Art her picked Herzog foul off the edge of Ihe s'and in the fourth, but Fletcher singled Meyers followed suit Am was up next., ar.d Klet- her didn't trust In the pitcher to advance him He esard'tn steal. He was down the tire f.,M and ap peared to have the hag noiep, hut i if lav who was adjudicating the base, blandly waved him out. fleti hst grouch over the decision was shared bv Ames, who strmk out ere he could recover his usually sweet disposition It was the baleful glare that Hank received as the New ,,, nTied out to the field I let her threw out I fjnvle m -he fifth rsaier sirigieu, .sine grannen a ., j i,,i,n swipe trom Hotmail and Archer made un Infield hit With S.-iier r,n third and1 Ayohar on first the i nbi had the 'emeriti : to try a double steal Meyers spiked that manoeuvre He foved Saier with binfl throw t second, enticed him cir d, be,,, , and then proceeded lo to him out . .., Herzog Davore a witless play wa made In 'he -fifth inning Devora reached first on n l .single. JJoylo dropped a sute fly between . tirnmornian and Schulte, the ball falling I be' ween them Pev ore hod gotie hall w,i ' down to second, but instead of keeping on when the hall hit the ground be turned mtj wsva about to run back to nrst when franlie , -ling from the cos'-hers told him Hi go nn ' Evidently he hadn't ins gyes open and thought the ball bad been caught Hrhttlt threw bun out before he could re. fy u blunder and I'ovle was lobbed cf n haai hit I'ovle died stealing altei Bnodgra bad filed to r,t K' liul'e ser- ed the i tins inu re' if i elentlv well be fifth to make a it wasn't ati- i 'I ue New Yorl Brown and s , Scliulte runic a grounder 1 . Herzog - and bullet hs p ., himself hod 1 v on the groom! It of Horaog rt inn' he tilcj third baseman thiew ,,ttt ard on v H id stops lie.,ro bat. Nbackard biirnU en Herzog and the base fie fleeting glimpse nf tl e ue toward him He tlireu ' the ball He was full lenirti, 1 hen he made the stop nnd even aftet th1 remarkable feat It wa I doubtful whether he could head nfTSherk atd rp he lumped and launched hi throw i It as a swill t hrotx . but high. it 1 1 a sttot. h and a jump Merkle re.-v had the ball with hi ; in i 1 1 and came doeIt on the baae before hhe, karri: ru-' ed over Epic Melding thai Schulte made hi run on a base on ball. I a lngle hy I inker, whirb put HcnulM on ' third and Meyers I failure to hold 1, liovle return throw Meyers threw accurately ! to Doylfl whan I inker went down and loie i threw bark perfectly for a pl.iv on S'-hulte The chief dronoed the hull arias t. ialne BchtlH, mid llreiman h id to give the latter em.' fii"r giving mm out, Two t uba were out In ihe ei.th w hen Kiel, her and Snodgra compotmoed an error and ieooardi 'etl New S'Ofll'a chances . grounder thai roiled i,eten platcner'a, legh alao penetrated the nnderpinning of snodgreae. Ilstchsr raaaafnon himeelf w It ti a tat play on Archer's jumper through the box. I hree hit In auccaatlon bv the (Hant In 'he eventh yielded them nothing but a large round hot., collar, rlettther nnened by hitting attdv to centre Mayer crowded a line inge to right Matcher I tried to go to third BChtllte, hawk eyed and strong armed, wouldn't have it o He cut Kletrher off with a nentltlltll throw Ante bunted to staler and Brown tarnished hi reputation as a riavk tlebling pitcher ny foraettiim to siirht cost nothing nvnr flrt I be over i ilavnee forced Ames and Pen i ,., out "Beabrew me," quoth Mcflraw in the elghlh. but we need another run Have at them men " Murray had at tbeir with an Intleld hit and went to third on Merkle' safety past aecond Hsrsog'a drive to .1. liovle was too lunitlttUOUa to be grappled and Murray scored I'letcher gave Zini mernian a (Iff In the eighth by niling the batter's grounder, hut three out came Quickly and Fletcher lls'iirrrl-lu all of them by eharp w ork Ihe it iat hope wa .lohnny r.vers In the ninth Witn two out hvar battel for Brown lie chitvnad a niece off the ball for a foul, but did no other damage. Atne enrved the third strike over and left him there without even offering at the ball. The score nsw Tona ab h r t Hirioo a r vs. 11. e. a. r. 0 n iheeksrd.lf3 0 n 0 0 1 0 Sehulie.rf 3 2 2 1 0 0 1 rinkrr.s 3 12 2 1 0 n 7.ini an.;b 4 o a 3 o 0 0 1 Ho le.3h I 0 3 3 0 3 u s'aler.lh 4 17 10 7 2 Hotmail. cf 3 0 10 0 1 1 Archer . t 4 2 S 3 o 2 n Qrown.p. sou 1 0 1 'Kvcri. 1 0 0 0 ill 14 4 Total .32 a 27 14 1 paore.if .v I. Pole,:t. .1 Knodgr'Stal.i I Murraj.rr ..v M.rkle. lb 4 t Her 'og.3h 4 : Kleicher.st, 3 1 Meysrs.c. . 1 Ames.p, . . 4 2 1 1 13 I 1 To'al 37 ts2S 14 Hofman out. hit I halted hall TBaiVad for brown in tbr ninth Inning New York 2 11 o 0 o o 0 I 03 Chicago. o o o n i n o n o i Hun New York- Hevorr. I Doyle. Murray. Chleaso SebUlte rir' base on error New lork. 1; Chicago. 2 Left on bases New York. I", Chicago Mrs! base on I. ails tin Ame. I; Slrucrt out l!v Ames... to Itroun. R 1 4 iionie run Doynr, two luse tut is Doyle, Bebulte. stolen base Tint.er Double pla Pkttcber and Merkle; Archer and Zlm merman I'niplre In chief llrtuinan. Held UU plrc 0 Day, lime hour airi 43 minutes. naookbrs. a: st. LOCII (S. L.I, a. ST. LOtflli Sept 30 -Poor fielding by Brooklyn plaver explain why thet ardiual managed to tie the .score here this afternoon, i cm h team owning a hall doeu runs at the ; and "f the eleventh inning, w hen the battle waa ' .iiied by L'ntptra uiem on aooouiti of darkness. The game will be played off to- I morrow afternoon, w hen the team hook up ! in a double header. Eltnar Steele, a IMttsburg rastoff. who I was nominated to oppose Harmon for firing ' line honor", pitched fairly good ball, much better than did Harmon, bill his teniiiinate refued to lend a helping hand, seven error being , barged b the Brooklyn team On 'be other band. thoCardlnala did not make a single break and the visitors earned their half do.eu tallies by hard and timely punch ing of Harmon's shoots. Harmon gave way in the eighth round to allow IngO to bat, after which Eugena Dale, a local pitcher, twirled the lust three rounds, allowing Brooklyn no more runs Steele was also taken out in the ninth after I he had passed one man and two others hail followed with single tilling the bases j Then Sehardt by passing ine Cardinal and laUOWlng another to hit a long sacrifice fiv gave the home outfit their hance of lying Hie score. I.ar'.v in the game a loul hall went Into the left held bleacher crowd. Some fan kept the ball. Manager Hreanaban w-ent over Info the stand and pointed out the niau witn the bud io a ponceraon, who ajectad the Ian from the park. Ihe bleachentes therealtrr cheered the Hrooklvn plaver 4nd kidded Hresnahuu and Ins plaver The real fun of the game waa furnished by ti Miller, who i getting hi second trvout behind the bat with Brooklyn. Miller gave a great exhibition of now not to catch a nun nan. mopping ttxo easy ones I he score BROOM. T". loi is Mi tUuneet'fh 1 HusEln.2ba u BrcBO'B.lb.1 n 1 tasct.rf 3 1 Konel y.lb 4 2 i-.vans.rf a 0 r.lllA.lf.. .5 u I1su9er.fi 4 3 M-A.rcy.ab ti u blbs.c. .1 n rlsraiin.p..3 Daley. If Smnn.;io . Taolcy.s t nulson.rf strs.!b . Mlller.r..-. r. Steele ,p Schat-n.p t n 1 11 vaingo... 1 Total.. t. u SB 12 ' - a It ire.p 1 0 o , Totals 47 1; 33 14 Hatted for Harmon In the eighth Inning. HrooKl t o n 11 a u .1 u n n . 01 I.OUI . o u 4 0 0 U 0 0 2 0 0 ', Etuas -Brooklya Nor'.hen. Dacberi 2 smith 2 Tooley m Loul -AJakes. 2. Knneichy. I l.vajis. Itausei Two base nils l OUlspB, I. vans Smith Sacrifice tly Hsuwr. Double pla Coulson and Dauberi. Pateeuball Miner biolen . bases .DauberL '-. smuti Oakes, Coulson I Teoley, 11a iser. ; nit by pitched ball By I Harmon iSlirs. b Bcharat (tiauatri. first I base on bulls Oil Harmon. 1. eft Steele. 2. oil wain. 1 irn r.cniir.11. i giruei out tt tiarmon. .byStc- -. Dale :t I.-. Schsr.lt 1 :.li. ft liar. i un. II In elirlit Innings nil RIMli In h. rigni UUIUgS. i.rit nri OASPs I ' , ..,i,-. II, St ,oi.s r, Phe In rbiei Klein I ieu umpire l.niaiie. Time - hours and minutes. f.". . . ' J ' ,'INXM'' -'- "'ST OAMB. ..ii. .-.c(i-. .e s incmnaii etui I las ion divided a double header lo dj. me urst going to BostOn. The scores BOSTON t 1NC1VNAT1 ab. h p a r I Sseenes as ll P A F 2b. i 7 a ti uescher.lf. 4 1 . lssnlln.i f 2 2 tl 11 Hoi, III.- i.lhl 2 A 0 0 4 .3 II o llates.ef .1 2 4 U 0 0 1 n n Mllchall, rf 3 0 110 1 n n ui, rsnt.au 4 o a 3 ti 2 u i it gsnjih l o I a o 0 ,i 2 n l'.kmund,ss.4 l i o i t 3 o n Severold.c i n ;i 2 2 0 3 0 Si.ngs.p 1 0 n ., (j 1 .' 1 '1 'MarsaJis, u o " o u u 1 in Comptuu.p 1 0 11 o 11 ' 'ainiciiii. 1 11 ti o o Klrke.if.ib .' I Kslser.lf 1 Miller. rf . ,v j BridwelLes. 3 ' Ing'ion.ib.sti Houser.ltl.. .3 ; M Donald. 3b4 hllng.c . 4 Dnnnell .p.. 4 Totals... 37 13 : 11 1 1 . 1 ot.il aa 27 14 g Batted for Sugg In the fonrln Inning. i 'batted for osipton in ine nioth Inning, 1 Boston II 7 11 1 u 1 o u o 0 Cincinnati Q o 2 u u u ti u Buds- Boston Sweeney, a; Doniin. KTrke. BrldwelL in- -el McDonald. Kllng i ln Intirtii llt-s. tier. HohllUi II Two Oaee U1IS Sw eenei Kke. Miller Inree base l.ll hlrl.r Left oo nasi-' lloston. 4 I Inclunatl. P. Double pl.tj Ksmond. ligan and lloi,ilieii sn.ien baar bescnei, 4. Hoiiser. Sweeney, 2. Klrke. Bsnuind, Hoi. Illell Siiuck nin- By Suggs, s ljy r,nl aelly. l lrsi baae on bails on Suggs, i. oft t ompton. ;i or? Donnsli) , 4 lilt hy pltcneti bail by Dnnnellv , 2. I inpire In chief JohnslOBS Field umpire r.aann llme-l hour and :aj minutes. t IMCINN4 11. SOBTON 4 BOSTON. I stBOONP OASIK t l.StlNNAll ab m r a. r. ab h r. a r Saeenev 2b 2 3 4 0. Beseher.lt i 0 2 o 0 lng.-rtn.ss 4 10 a o Hohl't.l.ih 4 3 sou KlrkS. ll 4 I 1 1 o hates, cf 4 1 4 0 o Miller. rf 4 3 2 0 u Mnehsll.rf 4 12 0 0 Oowdy.lb 4 o a n 2 i, rani. .tb 4 0 0 2 0 Kalser.cf J o 4 o 0 Kaan.-b 4 4 12 0 M'Uon'hL.1ti2 o ti i i Lenionl ss 1 3 2 o Ksrldcn.r. 3 13 3 0 i laraeue .117 2 1 Young. p .110 1 ii Benton p 2 0 0 10 Kllng . 1 1 0 0 0 .. . Totals 31 11 27 ! I Total 33 10 24 13 3 uaned for Young In the ninth Inning Boston 1 o u 0 0 o o 0 o -t i tnrlnnatl n o n n i i n .4 Runs--Boston - Saeene;. Cincinnati' listen Efaa. I. Lsmond gat ilnce hits Inge i.e ton sioien bssss- Mt iinnalii. I gau. IngsrtOBi t.rni Dnutile plays Clerks and I smond Ktmond. I'gsn and Hublltaoil bell on haics hoston in .cTai itinati .'. rvet base on balls tiff 'i inr. I . oT benioa. 4 Struck out - livY o-mg 1 t benlon. a. Mild 1 Itch- Beaton 1 tin Ire In chief Fiisoii Field umpire .tonnstone Time I hieir and .v. mlnuie rtTTaacao, rHinnn.eHi n h, ? rirT osiia riTTSBI RO pt .SO Ihe Pirate broke their nny losing streak to da-. h takltig two from the I'hMltes and rheoklng a threalenecl ynaker In ' 1 Into third plseu ' larkr restored h's old leoc e -he Mel. I with Wsener si she.. ..rot I lui in ' oi'ir The score inghyitis F ITTSBt'JIO ss it p r ' 11 11 r i.r II t 3 1 Byrno.Sb 1 n ,1 2 o 1 1 ! I Leaih.cf 3 3 Q 11 1 0 oicjarlie.lf 1 1 I j 0 a 11 11 n M agner.se I 1 3 ,s n n I 0 0 lYIIson.tf 3 1 .1 0 n I I) It ft M t "tthl ,2b 4 0 3 3 0 u 2 1 11 m If'nlr.lb .2 : a 1 1 3 3 n oibsnn.e 3 1 ;i 1 n "i in idams.p i 1 n 1 11 I' 21 13 :' Totals if 27 13 0 n n 1 0 1 0 0 a 9 4 0 0 ll 0 o 2 n l.nsbe !h Uih h Uaiee ; Lnnrr -, Pas'.!-' l.i I Tltiis , llonlur, .. I Otter c j tiialinert P. I Tr.'als 31 Phllarisli hla Plttehuri Kuni Philadelphia hnahe. 2 Pittsburg llyrtie. lrh W 1 son. McCarthy, McKerhnle OlbSOB arilnee tiles -Ludsru, nvrne Sacrl fire hll ' larke HlOlSn haes Mn'arlhy 2 HeReehale, - Magee l.earh Double plays - Wtiaa. McCarthy and MrKerhnlr J): flialmer ni hnsh- Mritprhnip. Wagner aaa IfeKeehale Hit t Hitched ball m Adams iLoBerii. by i hsliners il -arh I irst hss nn bntl Off I ( Bglmere, .i rT Adam. 1. Mnirg out Mv I Xda'n. bv Chalmers, i l'lrt base en error I Pittsburg, : Philadelphia, i i mrirein rblefiA'BH oiirirr MV1Q umpin I irneran. lime i nonr and M minute. r-maatrM, nun eat rati.nii.rniA 7 agro:n muc finaarRO H M I n Byrne Jb . h r r Titut.rf 4 l oner l. 3b Matee.lf a Ludrrui.tbil Paakeri .ef .4 alh,lb 4 ItoolatitMi 3 hlllllrr.i' . 3 1 2 n n Leach,rf 4 n Clai ke.lf 4 0 U aenrr. . 2 u VYI 1-011. rf.. 4 11 Met rt ,!b 3 11 MeK'hniclb'j n (ttbaon.r 3 1 t.rllleld.p . 0 11 :hr!h I 2 in I I I a n 0 0 0 1 1 " peek Mall. p. M.rhr n I irrry.n 3 II 0 n II 0 i "In s so 7 7 loiais :i 10 :4 lo 1 1 'baited for .Slark In thf sSVajllb inning Mntuvi for Hall in the ninth Inning : Mai lid tor belntM In the larantl limine I'lillajripiiia 11 1 n 11 n 11 0 2 Utisiuirg 2 11 3 u 0 3 1) 0 nun Philadelphia i.onrr:. vagre Luderus, Paskrrt, IValsh, Kiuifrr. lhr. PlttabMri Hvrni-. larh. 2, ( larkr. V. arner. UIISOB, tiibson Two base Mis BTne, Wilson, Paskert, Iraeh. Thrre t've hlli liea. h. Wagner Home run tVllMnt. Macs. Hrrltlca Hy Kllllfrr. Naerlftre hits utarh. Iloolan Hit by plirJiad ban n Ntara rtvataer, mma. rlrsl uase on ball uT Stark. .' or? Krirj. 2 StrurU out - by Bkack.lihy Hall. I: by CeliKli. liby r'erry.a. Firs bssr n error Philadelphia 1 n.plie In rhief bijifr. FleU nntptra rlnneran. imic 2 hour. Eastern League All star. 4; Rochester. I . lUi.TiMnas. Sept so. Five thotiand fan aw Mnhe V'lckan have hi revenge again! the rhani nlnn Uorlietei to-day. The hube wat In great ferni and barken up by euprrb Meldliis the All Stars wnn Uie third game nf the erle. Hnlire had one bad Inning, the llrnt. when the All Star mads enough run- In win the game. The BCorSi Bin tisarra Al.t. STABS g ab ii r A K. 4 0 1 0 I 1 O 0 II 0 3 I Iforan.lf 3 Moeller.rf. 4 1'uster.s. 4 Wariijb. 4 liborn.et. 4 flltnrnoiis.SD 4 Bpenear.lo 3 Jaeklli.-h e 3 Holmes. p 2 Hatch I Deassu.p., o 01 Lotiaen ja 4 0 Corror'n.rf 4 1 Mlllerrf-f.. 3 n Murray .If 3 0 OSMIhlb 3 ti Paraaiss. 3 o Alt.L'b 2 0 Phelps.r... J o viektTS)P . 3 2 1 l 2 0 l 0 in 1 & 0 n 0 0 03 OOP 27 IS c u o 0 0 Totals Total 32 24 1 I Hatted for Holmes In the eighth Inning. Itochaster o o i o n o o i All Stars. . . 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 o l iiuns nocbester lacklltscb. All stars Loaden, ntrcoran, wrier. : Two ha?e hit parent, S; jacklltseh. Corcoran. Qandll, (laborn. BacrlAce By Murray. Double plays- Foster. Blrnmoai and spencer Kirt baae .n balls tiff vlcker. 1; off Holmes. 4 BUMiek out - By Vlcker. : by Ibdmes. I. by Dassatt, 2 Wild pitch Holmes. Left on base Rochester, Si All Stars, i, rlrsl base on erpus Rochester, 1. All Stars. 1. Umpire In Chief- Murray Kleld umpire Kelley Tims 1 hour and 3j minute. PlalnBcId YYlns nasehall tmamplonshlp. PLAtXPtSLB. Sept 30 -Plainfleld won the championship of the Central New Jersey Baseball League hare to-doy by defeating Sotnerv illej to I . McConnell of Booheater and r iher of Toronto were the batteries for Plainfleld and severs! league players were in both llnaupa, including t'y Sey mour. Kletnowand I tm Jordan lames Scheduled for To-da national Laaotra, New Y tirk in CbleaffOl Brooklyn In St l.nuls (two games'; Ilosinn In Cincinnati -two game) AVhtth AN 1.FAOI ft. st luis iii Detroit. Notes of the tilants. Cniroo. sept 30 - The lead ha ltirread to alg unit a half games again, and the wurtt that can befail the olaim 1 to leave here with tuelr lead reduced to five and a half game Mcers came rienr Inning a By from Schulte In the second. He niggled It before holding on to It brenn.n went behind the bat tol.y and urn- I ' sliarllnn. but wllhnul provocaliou Dev. ire" grounder to Tinker In the first rolled up Tinker s srpi. and by the time the latter managed to ret his hands on It It wa too late. Fletcher did good welting la the second. There went two suikes on him and no ball, buwhe look nrst nt. four balls. None of the New York pnrher so far has been able 10 checkmate Schulte That wBIOWV gent ba bumped them all with Im nartlal freedom. Cither Arcthar I doing remarkable throwing or the Qiaats Inc. e slowed up In base mnnlaa. A? bi.rglars they have been frost In thi series. With two on bases in the eighth snd two out Brown wouldn't take s rhanre on Meyer. He passed the Indian and put It up to Ames to deliver ' a blngle. Ante .'abbed to Tinker for an out. The (Hants have had enough men lefi oo bases In this series to have WOO all three gsmes with sor.-ethlng to s;-are American Association. At Toledo Fleet game Toledo. 4: Columbus. 1 o Second game Toledo, fl; columhus, i. At Milwaukee -First game Milwaukee. 7: St. Pan! 2 second game Si. Paul. 7. Milwaukee. 0. At Kansas City -Kansas City. 0; Mlnnespoli. 3. Al Uidlanapolis Indianapolis. 3; l.oulvlIle. 2. Prospect Park Uisehall Results. i American A'. A.. 3. All Bushwleke. 1. si I-rSur.s Xavlrr. u St, Marvs. 2. I Central Presbyterian Church. 4. Central Y M. 1 C. A.. -I. I Clinton c , 4 i ilea f, c . 2 iaterborough ba: id Transit Company. Audl I tor s three. 4. Treasurer' Office. 4. I Th.urras Wilson A l o . 9. A tr Spsldlr.g A Pro . I 0. CANADIAN RACES EXD. tin I.. A. Livingston' siaiemla Wins the Joefce) I lub Handicap. j TonONTO, Ont . Sept. so. The season of t ra; nig on the t'unadi.in circuit for this t ear 1 came to an end with the wlndup of the I Ontario Jockey cinh' meeting at Wood- ; blue thi ntternoon l our of the seven I even's on for decision were stakes nnd I 18,000 was added The Ontario Jockey I Club Cup Handicap, nt two mile and a I 'iuarter, had i starters, and Mr L. A. Livingston furnished the winner in 'he (Illy Batetnla. I he latter inn in third posi tion while Montgomery set tho pace for a mile and a half, then Gordon sent her to the front, and she remained there, stalling off challenge Horn Mt Hal nnd Bob II and winning 111 a hard drive bv a Icng'h and a hair Mv t.ui finished in tin- place n length before Boll I! 'Ihe Valley Farm stable tame near flnish- int! one, two, three in the Durham Cup, at one mile end Nvree-qUArtora, a. Denham - led all 1 1n' was ami w on easily by slv lengthB from his stable companion. Powderman, j w In. was an eaay second, while the other and ol tic ..'ring, l ommold. was beaten ia no--- f..r third money by Frolic. It T I wllsuti duplicated the feat jn the i.rev stai.es by running iirst and aecond with Mdeharan and Henobaoot. Although the fitst named won by a length Penobscot could have won off Ly bin-self, hut the stable declared to win with Mdebaran iirdv four took part In the Handrie steeple C'hase, and after a pretty contest Prince. ; Hampton won hy a neck from Hello ' Karl and Countess llrev were at the! .track to dav and a luncheon was served . in their Inn, or in the 1 Inhhoiise before the j rnee, began I he summaries ( l-'lrst Itaci' sia furlong! Spellbound. 107' tScbuttlngerl, won: tiwanui. 103 Mc('hey . serond Piety tirnnsr, nt7 i Sweeney), third j Time. 111 1 amine. Towton Field snd Benedlc llna also 1 an j M'ltnals iald Spellbound, gj no. straight ! i Owanua. t: 10. p.eee- 1 a v nrlmar. :. on. show sei oi.d Ba e ii,- mile and three quarters, penhein 122 ipeak'. won; powderman, 114 ikle. ' taheyi. Bscond: Frolle. 11a fWllsoni. Ih rd. lin.e ' 3inj.'- Brltielane, Ha-era- I. iapersa-.ee ee.i Comtnola ft so ran lliltuala pa'd alle Tarm entry 'Denhsm Powder gl an and tommies . 11.10 etralgh' 1 Fiollc. lo show Third Pare one mils Aldsbsraa, 113 (Mr ! ICaaeyl, won, Ptnobseot, us iDlgslnsb second I Fragslegi Wt Iwllioni, third Tune. 1 a-1. : pri sumption and nnsanij also ran. I Uuiuill paid MCsoii enm 'Aideharan and I PenobscOt). fg.aO, Itralgh': I roeseCs. no show 1 fourth bare- Three miles Prince RsmptOB 141 (I.ynchi, ivon Hello. U iKennaih- .non.i Tie- Prophet, HI 'Pendlns'. third Time. o.i . 1 uniusit paid Prince Hampton, iT.no, siralght ' 1 yifthHace Two miles end a nuarttr -Sstemia vt ffjordon - won; III Qal. at itlngfieldi, seeoacT, Hop R . b'2 iScbuitlngeri. third Time. 1 no 1 : 1 - Imer. Montgomery- and Supervlsoi also ran Mutual psiJ Sstemia. so. straight; Mv i,al I 1 39 an. p ace bob It. , 33 W, shott- SlAth Pace -tine mile, ana a slveenth Dn-tor : Holiberi 108 (Sweeneyi, won, 1 ne t.otden n itier 'fly. r.i isebtittlnaerli leeoad: Animu. 107 Me 1 hei . ttlid Time, 1 Hs 3 B Sesonke, Tunei auu Sllunis also tan Mutual pan! Doctor Holrberg. 3" 10 Straight : j : The tioidan Buiterflyi U pist-e. ADlmtii is.iio, , show i Seveath Rare -Oaj mile .John Beardon. 107 1 I rwilsonij "nn. N'lfhtfaU, 100 iMfcabey leeond; ' II al nf l.tingilen. 110 ipsakli third. Time. 143 1 srrllllon also 1 an I Mutual) 1 aid lobn Beardon. gjj 30. siralght Nigntisiii ' i". P'ace Trinity lias l.nnil Practice. llAnTmilP, Sept 3ii ln a practice ga ni BTth Hartford High School this afternoon Trin ty College rolled up a score of ::i with - ou' letting the schoolboys oios- their ,. .. 1 gOal line Ihe forward pass was cleverly Used on both aidaa. Trinity's hack field proved to be 11 speedy one and their plays went off with good Interference touchdowns were made hy Hudson, VPllatt, Moore It) aud iruiwiciu. s. iivmiii nics.ii 10111 goals. HILLMEN AND BROWNS DRAW 1 OHK-S VfcH RFjVRHITS to iriv. HEI.I' ST. Mil iS Magnrr Palls to Taach the Plate In a Ninth Inning Rally Ford at His Rest Jn second liamc Athletics and Nap llreah Rvrn While Pox Win Twine. I he Highlanders lost a flue ehanre to take third plat e in the American league riennant rare yesterday They lost the Hint game 1 and won the aeeond In a double header j with the St. Louta jlrowns. while the t.Teve- j lauds broke even with the Athletics in a similar engagement. As a result the Naps 'still are one game ahead of the New York. I The t hicago White Ho raptured two game ' In Huston and nre 0110 and a half game 1 . 1 r.k 1. k. i . .1.1 . Mrioiiii . liner H men llir asuingl nil beat the Detroits by a run. The results: sit. I.niilv 5: New York. 4 first same. New York, 1:m. l.oni. slccond game. Philadelphia. H; 4 lew-land. 1 Ftrsl game. Cleveland, 4: Philadelphia, a Second name. i'hlcsgo. W; Rnston. I First game. C hicago. 4; Boston. -slccond game. Washington. S; lletrolt. 1. stan niNu or thr cLtraa PC 1 .871 3S2 524 1 Rt tr. rr so: tie 41W 27 4 Phlladeiphlaw Hftrolt .. S7 cwvajaad 77 New York . ;a Chicago.. . 74 72 lloion . . 12 waaaJaaioasa St. Louis 41 113 ST. LOt IS (A. L. NEW TI'TlK IA I riBST OAMF A draw w as the result of the double header played by the St Louta lirowns ami the Higiilautlers a American League Par', vesterday. the visitors capturing the first game. : to 4, and the New York winning the second. 7 to : clearheaded ball play ing bv chase's man would have won the flrst encounter beyond a question of doubt Hut with three voimi recruits, Hoff. Curry and Maguer. suffering friiiii A ease ol tRUles, the ba&dlcap proved too great for the homo team Magner made a lignum vita play when he failed to touch the home plate in t he ninth Inning In the 111 ..let of a batting rally that seemed to indicate victory for the Hill men Magner was sent In to run for Hemphill, who had received a base on balls, after Wolter. another pinch hitter, had knocked out a clean three bagger Two runs were needed to tie the score at that stage of the proceedings and Zlnn belted n long drive to the right Meld fence U'nllAr mn.l ..I MIIM sr.. I 1 n .seer l.o. I1H th.i h Url l..,tv of tin- tr.' - aw-( home too. loafed until he ba.l reached third Then he aaw that Compton had thrown the ball to Moulton. who wa in the outfield. The la'ter made a superb throw to the plate and Magner. suddenly realizing that lie might be caught, did not attempt to slide in front I of the catcher. Instead he ran behind that j player and did not touch the plate at all empire in chief E gun. in response to Catcher Stephens's claim, promptly declared Mag ner out. much to the chagrin ofhisteam I mates and a crowd of t.ihio fan j Magner would have tied the score If he ! had sprinted all the way and with only one out Zlnn might have come home with the deciding run. As it was the Browns won because Hoff a ,.f, hander of some ability, made a rattle , headed throw that was solely responsible . for a run in the eighth inning and also be ' rouse he wabbled in the last tuning by giving 'a pass which was followed by a hit, an error of Judgment by Curry, a wild tthrow j by Dolan and another hit that yielded tw o runs, just enough to beat tl-.e Hlllmen Allison, a newcomer, pit' hed a good game - for the Hrowus. but he co-ildn't hit a bal- I ..self t llntt I ....... I h,, M..S I M . ' ' . .21s . times, .i nae, t ree ana nnotxen made I remarkablt' plays tn the field. Compton' batting- four hits veas a factor tn the visitors' success. Ford pit hed magnificently in the second tussle. The Brown g-.t to him ror en hits, four of them in the second inning. He did not issue a oass und struck out nine The Hlllmen. With C.ardner covering second base in clean cut style, played like a rc3l ball team and delighted the crowd Hawk, another youngster from the bushes, puzzled t has team until the seventh inning, when I he became rather easy, t'hase finally broke his heart when he lined out the four- j taenth hit. a clean four bagger N'elther team made an error, and two I catches by Cree were immense. Inciden tally. Dolan. the New York third baseman. : I was the life of the partv. He made sm hits I ' during the double bill, ran bases with speed and tiaring and scored five runs A renl find is this hustling Jersey-man' Catches hy Hartzell and Chase robbed Moulton and Shotten respectively of hits in the first Inning of ihe first game. Chase dragged down a would-be home run drive with Ins gloved hand lifter timing the bill par fee tly and sprinting like u deer the best catch of the waning season The llillmen scored twice in their half, when Inn was hit. Dolnn tripled to right centre and Chase drove a long sat rlfloofly to llogun Kutlna made the firs' hit off Hoff in Ihe second inning, ll was .1 two bagger to 1 irn, won one SAsiwn, nuisn PMKSI tl single to centre, hut Chase's liirhtning re- i ; turn of the ball to the plti her made Kutlna stop at third, where he remained v. bile Hoff ; threw Stephens out. W allace advancing lo second . Then Hoff, with a sharply break ing drop ball, siruck Allison out. Hartell scored in New York's turn He singled to centre, adt anced a peg on Curry 'a clever sacrifice, and ran home on lllair's hart! base hit to left Hoff followed with i scrat'-h and Zinn received a pass, i.oiu being left With one out in the third nuiinc Shotten rammed a base hit to centre. Hogtiii liner vy as gobbled bv t 'tirrv, w ho lost no easy ! hani ' lor a double play when he threw i yyildb pnst Knight Shotten ran to thud tins error ami onnted on i.aporte'4 'I be latter reached base Hit lo right, but who had to run in to single in er sei ond III. id on l olllplon's Kutlna lietl to inn, make t he catch The Browns luanufactiired another run in ine fifth inning Hogan walked with one out, moved to second on LaportO'a Infield out and scored on Compton'a .-olid base hit to right Shotten deprived Hartzell of n lour bagger in the six th whan be rim over near the centra field seats and pulled down a tremendous wha'-k, a i orking rati h With a man on tir-t and one out in the seventh Cree ra- ed over to left centre and took H- gan bid lor a triple in sensational stvle It prohahlv prevented a run. Although Hoff opened ihe llillmen's half with a clean single, he remained on flraibaae. a Shotten made two superb catches off inn and Dolan, while chase filed to Hogan l.nporie began the eighth w ith a fiv that netted two bases, as Chaee could not get his omtiton hands under the tr ing nail, i hunted and Hoff. Irving to catch I morte going to tninli tnrew wuaiy anu r.ne lat'eri ned the s ore I Hoff walked Moulton in the ninth and Shotten bunted Cum failed to . over first 1 lHse and Dolan. waiting for Knight to get ba k there, mad n tearfully wild throw to the bleachers, Moulton scoring and Shotten 1 rei hlng third Chase then supplanted Currv with Dardner and ordered hold to succeed Hoff Hognn fanned and no La prrte grounder to itoian nnoiton made anomer iauy I Dylan scored for New York in the Mr' 1 Inning of the second game He singled vith one out, stole second ami ran to third When chaee tf,t ),n Infield bit. aa nobody I covered first Moulton threw- to Laport. I to catch Polan off the bag and the latter 1 rushed home Lnporte then returned the ball to Moulton al first before Ch.iee could . s'ide ba. k i he Browne fn upon 1 ord' delivery for four rgtlTlrig singles and wo nips In the second miiing. a fast double play by Hart eii, tlardnor and Knight preventing further damage inn hammered 'he hall to 'he righi field fence in New York's third inning ts lie rounded first Irise he collided with big Kutlna, but in spiie oi this obstruction he managed to rem-li third lie waited there while Lnporte threw I'olan tun and then ran home on Chase's roller It. Moulton for ' wi 1101 o e iio-i.-u niei luin, I , lenient fanned Ford struck out three in n row- In the nfih inning .inn walked 111 New Y'ork half and look third on liolan's line single to right Chase put up a weak little fly . for Kutina and the next moment Dolan stole jsecoiiij cleanly Cree went after balui over Id head and fanned Wallarethrew Knighl out and 11 rovnl ( hfl'ice to score was lost. fiolan ripened Nev York seventh With his third hit and t'hase followed with h scratch ( ree sai rifl'ed and Knight, hit by a tdtched ball, tilled the bases. While Afoulton was throwing Harttall out on a , slow bounder l oth Dolan and Chase scored by the taaiest kind f "printing, the latter I sliding around the si Lbtiis catcher, wboi fal'ed to tr.uch him with the bail Kord hit the left Held fen. e for two sacks I in the eighth with one down and galloped noma on Itnvle' three bngger to centre, his fourth hit. Chan" lined one to the right I field corner and made a . lean heme run I POlab walking serosa ihe plate ahead of, him. I hat clinched the HIITmfn'l victory The score st boon saw tors ab 11 e. a. a ab h e. a. r. . AB H n Inn.rf 3 I 0 I'olao.Sb 4 2 0 Chase, cf . 3 o MOUH 01) .20 4 0 13 0 Inn.rf 3 110 0 siiot.en.ef .1 : 1 n 11 Dolanlb 4:022 ft og an, I! 3 n a n n Chasaxf. .301 00 l.apone,3h 2 0 2 Compton.ri v 4 1 1 Kutlna.lh 4 10 0 Wallace. ss 4 13 8 Stephen.!' 3 12 1 AIITson.p, 1001 0 Crrc.lf 4 o'Knlglil.lb. 4 0 Hartaslf.M 4 1 'Currv 2h 2 o i ar.lncr.2hl o Hlalr.e, . a 'Wolter, . i Total 3a 11 27 II i Hoft.p a Inrd.p 0 Hemphill o ;.Magtier 0 77 I Tolal 32 27 11 'Gatted f.ir lllalr In the ninth Inning. rBatlad tot Kord In 1 tie ninth Inning. than fur Hetnphlll in IfM ullilh Inning St laill 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 23 New York 21 0 000001-4 Hun Si. Iouis Motilton. Shoiien. 2. Hogan. lapoue. NVw nrll Inn. Dolan. llarlrell. W oner Two baaa hits Kutiaa, Laporta, Three base hit Jnn, Dolan, Wolter. bacrltlce hit Curry, sarrl lire fly hae. stolen base Dolan Klrst hae on error -New Y'ork. 1. Hrt baae on bah urf Allison. 2. oft Holt. .V Struck put B Allison. I. hy HolT. h; by hord. I lilt by pitched hall Hy tvlllon IZInni. Hit Of! HofrT 10 In nine Inning, with nobody out. Left on base St I-oul. U; New York. 7 empire In chlef I'.gan I lekl umptfg 0 'LotlffbUB. Time I hour anu i.v tnlnute. ,NKW TOBK. 7; BT. IjOI T. 3 st bona. SECOSD OAMR. NEW TOBg. t. E.i Mi ll p AM. H. P Haul too Jd a o zmn.rf. 4 0 n Dulan.3h 3 O 0 ( hase.rf... & j o Cree.lf 4 0 u Knight. Ih. 3 0 o Hsrltell.ss.l 2 11 (lardher.2b 4 1 (I Hlalr.e. 4 I II Knr.l.p 4 Sh iiten.rt.. 4 Hogan. If 4 Laporiejb. 4 Coinpinn.rf 3 Kutlna.lh 3 Wallace. ss 3 Stephens, c 3 Hawk.p 3 Totals 31 S 24 13 0 Total M 14 27 12 n St. 1-ouls New York Huns St York Zlnn O2O00OO0O3 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 - 7 liuls I.aporte, Cnmpttin. New Dolan. S 1 base Kurd. Two iic.n,e'"ru.. Chase ' "sicrlhce Ht ree' K baae Dolan. 2. I'ree, rirst base on balls off !!r.w.k; 'j.i.SHLS'il '" .ny,.K"r,n- ; K Jpl I. Hit by pilched bal Hy Hawk iKnlghti. Left 1 on bases st loul,. 2: New York. I. Double rla llartgell, Oardnar and Knight: nialr at d crd Tbret baae hit narueu 1 mpjrt la rhief- n'Leughllo. new 1 PBll.AHKtJlllA IA. I,.). 6: CLETE1.ASP. 1 - PTRST PHIl.ADEI.rHI A. stent SO . nhllarlalnl.l. ..... Cleveland dltldcd a double header to dav The I ff." c'J'"d no"in with bender In the first. I Sla Ihe A thletl. lot the second by .me run 1 iic ftrnrra. CI.EVEl.ANO I nil tM I. PHI AR. If e. A. B. AB. H P. A a. Oraner.lf : 1 lllartel.lf 41100 butcher loono Strunk.cf . 4 2 a 0 0 tllscn.se 4 12 3 1 Derrick. 2b 3 2 14 0 JaCksOO.rl 3 110 0 Maker. 3b 3 1110 LaloU.ib 4 o 12 n (1 1 merson.rf 3 1 1 u 0 Canaban.cfl 2220 Lapp.ib 4 2 10 1 0 tStovaU. 1 0 0 0 O.Barry. .. 4 2 12 1 Hall 2b 3 0 2 3 0 fnotnaex a 0 4 2 n Turner. 3h 3 0 I 2 11 bender, p 0 0 o 3 0 O'Netll.c 8 0 3 1 0 1. 1, lose ., 21110 Ulauulng.pS 1 11 a n Total 30 12 27 14 1 Total 31 7 24 1 2. Hailed for tiraney In the ninth Inning t.ltnh Innlag. Cleveland 0 0 1 Philadelphia ... 000 00000 1 0 3 0 2 O -1 - - Bun-- leveland Blandlng Harts, I. sirutik. 2. Derrick. Tinker, kraiise Ift j on bases Philadelphia. 1; t ie. eland. 4 nrst I base on balls (in Bender. 1: tut blandlng. 1 ' Struck out By Krause. I: by bender. 1 bv Blanulng. 2. Two base hits (irsnev iartel t-n mf nn S trunk. Sacrlftre talis - Bemier. Derrick. Baker. irvuuir bih - i uunia nno i.ap inn eui Harry. Derrick and Lapp. Callahan and O'N luanolng. I 'Isen and l.ajole I'niplre In chief Dineen l leld umpire- I'errtne. Time- 1 hour and :s. minute. ClXrlLASD, 4: Puii-APELrniA. 3-ecos:d oaxib. i Uvyu.SH AB B. I Crsney.lf 4 0 '. raiUAiir.LrniA. a as it. y. a. a. o Hansel. If . & t t o t 0 su-unk.ct. .31300 0 rrerrtck.2b 4 1 4 2 0 alBakerJb 3 2 t o n P Lmersoil.rf. .3 110 0 M'SeO.SS 0 8 .tasks. ,..n rf A i.atnle.lb 3 t ahahsn.cf 4 I Ball.2b 4 ; Turner.Sb. 3 Klsher.c. 0 easterly x 4 .' Baskette.p 3 1 Lapp. lb . 3 0 P Barry. ss 4 2 o Llv'gst'n'.c. 3 1 0 Martin. p 3 2 o ArmsCg.p t o Totals . 39 11 2 Cleveland I Philadelphia 1 Total 0 0 2 0 2 0 10 27 13 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 BUDS Cle elsnd tiraney. Olsen. l.ajole Bas- kelte. Philadelphia- Slrunk. Derrick, llaker Urst base on errors Cleveland. 2. Philadelphia, I Left on bases Philadelphia. 7. 1 leveland. 0 sirong. 1 struck out- By ssketie. 5; by Martin 3 fwo base hits Baker. .Tacksop. Sacrifice hits Turner. Kmerson Stolen bases Living stone, uraney Double tplay-Rarrv, Derrick and Lapp Hit bv pitched ball-By Mardn (Olsen and Baakette). t'mplre In chief Per Ine Pleld umpire Dineen Time 1 hour aud 46 minutes rntcAOO IA L ' , 0: BOSTON I A I. , 1 PTTIST OSME. ItosTON, Sept. SO Chicago won both gsmes of lo day's double header with the lte.1 Sns Th second game went only eight Innings, to allow the umiui" 10 . si ii b ir.vn bcvii was inv 1DCID in ine nrst game, while the white 01 hit Papc hard and found Hushelman. who succeeded him wild The lorsl ouihlt t hlcago In the second gate. 1 score bui could not bunch their hli I'he micAoo BOSTON P AB. I I Mend I. n.rf4 i o ilardner.3b 4 1 0 Yerl.es ss 3 1 o S rakrr.cf.4 i 0 M Lew i- If .3 I II .1 Lewis. :b 4 I U'Coa'ellJM I Lord 3b 3 ! II latyre.it .4) I llodle.ef . 3 narrows, ii 3 Tannehlii, ss 3 Collins, lb 3 i block. c . 3 I Srott.p. . 4 .3 n hradle-. .lb..-. ii Mllllams.r.2 u Pane. p.. 3 Ingle I 1 Hushel n.p 0 0 to 1 (i 0 I I 1 rtal at ii Total 30 4 -iiAtied for Pspe In the seventh Inning Chicago 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 12 0 I BOaion 0 0 0 I 0 o u n Q ! N'-n Chicago Md'onneil. Melntyre. Marrows I - - n . ... iimi.ni ..niiiiin I w i i bsse hits Hiocu Three base hit Melntyre ; Sacrifice hits Tannehlii. Scott stolen bases Melntyre. Mis onnell. Double Hav Tannehlii I Mis onnell and Collins l eft on bases Bostoa. ft Chicago. 11. First base on balls i iff Papa, 3 ; oit Busheltnan. 4 ot scott. .i rirst base ot errors Chicago. 2 Struck out Ity Pare. 1 b Scott. 7 Mild pitches Scott Hushelman I'm , plre In chief Connolly. l leld umpire M'estei 1 y elt Time 2 hour. CStCAOO, 4: BOSTON- BOSTON. 2 arcovn oamp caicAoo, AB. H. P, A. g. I AS. II P. A. K H nd ks'n.rfl I n o o M'C'nell.lbl I 2 v n Osrdner.lb. 4 3220 LonLIb 4 2 3 s 0 Yerkse.se. 40340 M'inlyre.rfl 0 '.' n o Speaker.ef 2 o 11 0 11 boiiie.cf. 2121 o 1 1 Lew Is. if. 3 0 o 11 n Harrow. If 4 2 3 0 n I rw ls.Jh 3 1 3 6 2 T'nehlll.ss. 3 n o 3 11 Brailley.lb 3 1 12 n 1 t olllns lh 3 11 7 n 11 M hllania.c.s 2 4 1 0 SuUivaa.0. 3 0 S I 0 H germ n.p 2 o 11 o 0 llenn.p 3 11 11 11 o Ltlgle 1 o 11 0 0 Totals 2S S 24 13 ft Totals. 2 s 24 13 3 Hatted for llsrerinaii In the rlghih Inning. noston ... 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ss-l Chicago I 0 0 0 0 t 0 tVH Huns Boston tVllllama 2 Chicago -Mt-Cen neu. i.oru. vi.uniyre. noaie Hirer base hit Mllllsm home run I otd Sacrlflrfl hit bisdle Doub'eplsys V erkes ,t Lew is A nd l'r,.,i ley. Lord. Met onnell and y olllns J Lew-Is Yetl.es and Bradley. Tannehlii. MrCuinrll and t ollln Left on bases Boston, 4. Chicago. 4 first base mi bails Off nagerman.jholf Bens.a First base on error Chlrago, 2 Hit hy pitched ball By Hagerman iTannehllh. Struck nul Pv Hager man. :c by lien?, 4 Mild nllrh nm.s 1 empire la ehie -connniiy held umpire Weal rrvp' I ice 1 ootir anil 0 mli-ules .....e..i"-. ... or.inn. M ashinoton. sept 30 -JsnnlngS's Detroit ligrrs 111. n 1 me orini game ot tne series here this afternoon In an exciting banle IVith the liases full, ihe srorr a lie and one out ln the ninth, hid I ibetfcld stopped a 1 at Inshaal yelih hi hack, forcing home winning talli The score PETBOIT waagisTQTos I Bush St AB R P A E h p a r 7 0 11 0 n 11 n n 11 n n 2 2 0 0 1 2 10 0, n 1 4 n 1 1 0 2 0; 1 11 2 ft I 1 rt 11 ft I 0 n I n n 27 n 0 1 1 Mllanef 4 ft jehaefer.tbt 0 Elb'rf d,lb 2 OlWslker.ll t 0 I.ong.rf 4 2 M nrlil-.s.. 3 0 Cour .y.3h 4 n Henry. c ; 1 traslilon 1 riroonr.p 4 1 cobb.ef 0 3 1 1 1 n n 1 12 1 4 I 0 (1 raw ford.rf I pelsh'ty.ib Drake. If , 4 Galner.lb 4 M01 im ly tb 3 itanage.e 4 VVcrks.p I Total) 34 .s 13 Tnlab 1 One out when winning run was scoreH Watted for Henry In ihe ninth Inning Detroit 0 rt 0 rt 0 2 n ft ft s Washington rt n i n n o o i 3 Huns Detroit Crawford, Deiahantv u sh Instou Milan. Henry, tlrnom. Fir' hae on err.us W aahlnnnr. s Ix-lt nn hn.e- Mn.h Ington. IL Dili ill. a First base on halls nrr (broom, t; off works, 4 Struck out By iirnom t" by Works, t Three base hll Coiiroj Two h. V hits i aahlon. Crawfordi Delananly Uslnei Mcrlanv gaerlflrs hps Sehaefsr! Klberfsld yiolen base Milan. RlbfrfeTd, long Hll hv PL',' Bv..'''.', iRIberfeldi I'mplre In chief Mul'hi Meld umpire Kvans. Time I hours. Other naseball liamea Yesterday. At Saratoga Field- First game-Lincoln filsnts. Brigt.T.Vn. s. " "m" """"" ; UsEarKUQaUfi SmbMsI SB BrTiTQJllPtfflfjjV PjHBrSM IBTITl lJl fV pM.aCtSllK4lgilIjB H tut iT"p "1 mm RACING AUTO TURNS OYER tifo spieled OVT AT Wt TENBVKO track. 1 lirlver Ixmps i'ontrol Yshen Machlnr Skid and Then Somersaulls Injuries Not serious lie Palma Ylal.cs Track lice, ord lllld lns Usees at Motordrome. Another mark wa SCO red against mile dirt track automobile rating yesterday at the t. ut ten burg Mot ord ionic In ( nittonbtirg, K.J. w hen ill .1 1 1 pe for nil .'Vent one of the cure skidded off the track and turned two complete somersaults baton coming to a auwdauil in an upright poaltlon In the in- a ., ... . . , . . .. With its motor enveloped in llame The driver and it.et hanlo vere hurled from tf,e car bal it turned over and lell some 1 somo distance from the burning wreck. I They were respectively Henry Koopman Ol S COIOU J MI'IIUI Slll'ei, ..I'lUIIK, HUH I .till Shaw of ;t." Ilrown place, I nlon Hill N . -I . Both escaped serious in.niry. Shaw Was picked up semi-conscious and hurrieil 111 an automobile to the North Hud son County Hospital iii -lersey City, where after a thorough examination the doctors announced that be w a suffering from n deep scalp wound behind the left eye and many bruises but that no bone bail been broken, hoopman did not lose conscious ness and was picked up and carried In a car to the paddock, where T'r Thomas M. Pas cal of Newark attended him. He Buffered mainly from shock and a few minor bruises. Koopman acts a chauffeur for P, Higgina of Newark and is entered to drive in the Pajrmounl Pari; road rate in Philadelphia next Saturday. Yesterday he was driving . .. . . s. . a National car enteren ni r ronK iierman. e. the local dealer In tbat make of car at Jer- uov City JtnT. ii j , . When the car turned over into the infield the spectators, heedless of the danger swartnetl onto the course and ran In the direction of the wreck. 1 g I'almn and the other driver in the race, Cray, were Bagged in time to prevent any damage. The gasolene from the carbureter became ig nited when t he car turned ov er The police. J fearing an BXploeton, drove the crowd back o while a thoughtful spectator turned off the ' gasolene flow and threw sand on the blaze, o The accident occurred in the running of 0 the five Hallo IfM for all event, whtck was j I put on th programme In place of a ten mile 1 ' contest for 4al cubic inch cars because of n j the lock of entries tor the latter events i T hree cars started, a Me'c.-r with DaPalnta 1 at the wheel, a tsuhaoht driven by James M. Oray and the National with Koopman nt the ttl:'-el lie l a.in.i anil liray urove alone, hut Koopman carried Hhaw as a mechanic lie I'aima v.mt into the lead at the start and Koopman made (he race interesting by his effoi te to catch t h BPeedTy Italian. It was notioed that Kocpmati took the turn at close to full spied and skidded considerably as the result tin the turn into the baokatrotoh on the thud mil" Ie Phuuii was hading Ly about tw.nt-(ive vurds when Koopmau'a car skidded to the right He evidently lost control of the car. for before it waa fully straightened on its course It went abend at a greater speed and then turned at right angh to the track. I h" right front wheel struck 11 ris.- m the ground about ten yard from th" in i: r edae ol tic trunk and the , cat th"n turned! over, it oompleted two sonieisauns neiore u enme to a standstill right side up Th" steering wheel whs demolished aud tie- driver's seat dented in. but tin- tires wi re fully Inflated and in good oondliion. llalpli lie Palma d Qlsrod that the car 'should not have been in the race, as it was not in shape and was equipped with mud guards, winch prevented Ih" occupants I from noting th" condition 01 tip. tiree lie -said that Kooptuau did not take the turns properly anil fail, il to slow down foi them , Alter the truck had been cleared le ; I'nliii.i started in Ins Simplex in nn attempt ! at the five mile murk for the track In thi be waa auooeaeful ami reduced the former 'mark of minutes 211 4-8 st ml, held by , himself 111 a Simplex, by nu less than to .",-'."1 seconds. His lime lor the flva miles was 4 , minutes :. 1-6 son. ml Ihe first mile ot I the fly e mile trial w as covered in Ml seconds, ; which was two-fifths of a second better than the track record IV I'aima l ad broken j earlier 111 'he dav. In a mile trial on liei 111 the afternoon lie Palma ntudo a nireuii ot : the oval in . l-ft seconds, which Burpaaaed 'he Inssi previous tune, made by hnnscli in a Blmnlex, by I 1-. seconds Alter I 'e Palma a live mile trial ihe ofiicinis an nounced that the final event op the pro gramme, a five mile lien for nil handicap w OUld not Lo nm lie I'almn w a e. ally the stgr of Hie duv. I for in addition to establishing new marks lor one and live miles he won the live mile rare for non-Stock cars in 1 las K under ill 1 cubic inches piston lllsplacemeiil 1 11 this event he drove his Mcn ei 1 at and defeated a Held ol tour in ., minutes 4:, ;, seconds lack l ov er in an KM I f lushed fecund In the Hist event of the (lav Hill Regan at the wheel of a Paige-Detroit won after tak ing the lead from late in a lleglil up the second mile. 'Ihe race v as at live miles and the w Minor's time was a minutes -.s ;, sc. ..mis Kniery Hnillh In a Heg.il was the third starter In thi- rip e, but ,e was not anoweq 10 stan ny itereree 1 aniaclio he l ad changed one ol H e tire on his mill .wnion tuai nitiiiai thought was unsafe 1 racing private owner.' race alan , run The summni Ins Kt cnt so 1 Live mile I tne. 1 'las. I' onen ' car- or rhas piston tl's; iaeemeni Detroit . Charles I'm sn Ith iRegtlb 'till .1 under .el e-iMc Inches m h. 10,1 Hcgnii Paige 1 beg 1 1 , second Kn srs I Liu ' mm ne 211 3 , seconds Kveni No 2 rive miles. Bon-stoek, class t. ' open p. cars or t-hassr under .-ml rublr Inrhes riton dlsrlaeefpsnl rton by Ralph he palma llerreri; .ia--k Tows s ,1 m 1 .. second .laims' 1 M t.ray .s-rtehl. third line ', .1 Unile 4:1 ; ,s ' I secend- Fyent No. 3 Five miles, non stork prlvgle 1 owners M'on bv Irs Vail tPf-gal-. Only r;,r 10 , tinbh T1n-e a mlnu'es in i y seconds Lieut Ne I (Ine mils exhibition py Pnlr.ri De Pai ra ISlmnleti Time. .s i srvond Mari, an 2 s. sceonds Kveni No 3 Five mile free tr,r sll nop stork . raiso; rhtsses Slopped on ihbd rnlle f)s I .' .1 ean -.g i in e tor two r-ees. - minutes 14 3-3 I seconds I'i'nt Nr Kits mile tlmS Irltl bv Ralph Del Palma -Simplex Mn-e I mlnu'es v i ft teoondf oi.i record 3 r Inutes to 4 .no's PapaosoMtn rinsil Hnl HttnU ftrht Hnrr I.FP Havk, N . SfM ": U-r R mo1 lUOOAIftful MAAOtl I'inl l(FAtta1 ! 'hf il l.nnk .' h t lub WM h9i thin nfti. nortii nr Mif rtffiilar ln mil omlrM rnrm tiin clubhouM tn t'ai! H ti von uiii) rvtuni A Htp'm: oii' iifft -t ii...,. . , biowinti nnd 'he rlVtfr cliODp), nivi uiwvh th Im Bunwal . i piuhmtrsi(1 In KAtfi Tim vachtaioiYrrid fniunr.. hnl wurA hoavih irAlghtAa with Ij vt t ilia, th wi's. m msc hMi i "" Mva boati Thi t-tart oit. ivfr itotph MnpOl'i nhln, .1 V .latuen'ii Maw In, Otto Wuirnor'a widow unci 'lohii ' ilii: - Pa - (n tho star. May win led, ami aftoi mocn mannfuvrlus ny tha -uii. ,' tt- vai'hli froiiAntly i haiiffoii pew tt ton 1 1 Hniul vaclit Pttpona ti'i'i'lvi'it 1 minii'rs at nir handicap und won the fnii for tio RapfamMr ,llo of i.'hth May win mnl tho widow finished pvan and dlvtdcici honora. riio corr acted times iolphln. i !t3:4&; Maywin. l$ to; Widow, 1 2S 0... and Papooaa I jO 41. ; ; fi.Vi aftAaaAiHagVSeaMftaiaill wbl I For Moerlein's Draught Beers I ROWING FOR NAVAL TITLES. New York and South Carolina Take Honors on the Hudson. New York and South Carolina divided the honors in the second annual Inter I state Naval Militia, which WBI held restsr day afternoon off the Manhattan shore of 'the Hudson River. The Southerners cap- tnred the championship ill the cutter ev.nt ! after the hardest kind of n fight for tCo 1 miles with the N'eyv Yorkers, hut they had j to submit to defeat in the one mile race for I WhaleboapJ hen the local sailors s 1, 1,. ' In turning the table I Six States sent crews to represent them , in the struggle lor the titles. An excellent two mile course had been laid out over a s'roteh which extended from Ihe loo' of ', Seventy-fifth street to a point opposite 1 the Gould bontbouso of Columbia 1 niver laity, at lltlth street. The regatta v as held , under the auspices of the Mist Battalfpd, which ha its hendiiuarter aboard the I', ti. S. tlranlte State at the foot of Ninety, .seventh street, n point about one mil" from I the start. The battleship Michigan waa anchored directly opposite the (Iranlta State and the Buffalo stationed itself alio it 1 a half mile below. After a delay of an hour five cro.v drew up to the line lor the atari, with Nan Jg-rSay, Massachusetts. Ohio, New York and Buu'li Carolinu taking positions from the s'.or in the order named. Boutb Carolina m view of the work its crow had been d-uug 'n practice was a hot favorite, bill al the signal the Neiv Y ork crew was first to . .itch yvater and quickly pulled into the lead vt the quarter mile mark Ohio, wblt'ii ii i I been rowing third, passed the8outh Caro lina crew, which was having difficult) with the rough water of 1 ties outside CO ::s Her mtefortune increased when 'he cruiser saiem intervened and n iced a sweep toward shore to avoid a col.istoit. A it waa the Carolinians baroly eaeapetfthe stem of the cruiser and were forced lo sprint to make up for the os Busing the stroke from the forty-four they bad been using they succeeded in passing the Ohio boat. At the tu b- the Ne, torkers led bv a length ot ois-n water, will, So Ith Carolina second, Ohio a close third an 1 ths New .Jersey and Massachusetts 101: oht. of the running many let. ixlha behind. " At this point the Noyv ork crew tattered nnd was unable to maintain the powerftd ihiitv-eight which had enabled it to ' c?ri in the van. 'ihe south Carolina stroke , stuck to his task and the great reserve ' energy and stamina ot the men behind - "ii told The New Yorker were (Juuctll ,.t Pdst stteet, and tailing in the final api'Jut aniliK 11. ne 1101. , 110 jver three length.- . Pli 1 bntdnd in third pu-KH . race tor w naleboAts Tna were lieaten Lv Ohio eight lengthe 1 In the one nine New York crew auccejedad in boldln 1 lead It gained nt the start and won e- siiv , by three length", w ith South Cnrodn 1 in - second place 1.11 equal tlisianee abo .-1 of the crew Irotn Maryland. 'I here M'us .. spirited contest between the taileiider-. in whi'-h the New Jeraoy oarsmen bant out the crew from Maaajachuaoita In tin last strokes by less than a length. Among those who viewed the race irum ti.e shin tlranlte state jveie Commander Lekford C. Do Kay. military s.'cietaty to Clov. iMx commodore ItuawBl Raynor, . Lieutenant t ommtsdora c. L. Poor. Leu'. . W . It Wait, Jr., Lieut. Starr Taintor. Lieut. It Minton. Lieut. I. L Haff and Eni Loring Washburn. I he summaries ign Senior Ten Oared Cotter Itace--Two f iles M'on by South i aroaaa. with s Cameron Bullwtakls, w. Whlgpen. 11. Lockwood, v. - 1 I I Si. . O' . BHSAwsa 1. IJ..I.1.. . . I slmonin. B. Swenson. M. S Sullivan, obasWalol Sew York. BBCOnd. with T. Y. Pnscr. O tillgan. I W. Allen. P tlraham. M. Inergcn. J Becker, V. Fergtieon, c, t arey. s. Skinner and Lieut l. l. 1 Itsff. cuxsyvaln: vihlo. third, with J SpBTUOlA. I. HiMiprr. 11. Hooper. D. Black. L. Doian. I. m rish, a. Spcmpse, J. P. (ieTger, t;. Heydorn. IT. H. Bolton and .1 Koorner coaswalai -V'fSsa- chusetts fourlli. New Jersey, l.fth. Time. 14 lulu 1 ule 23 seconds, Bla "ared Whaleboat Bare One mile -M m hy. new .or. Mini it s uisnop, w. w. uurgoyns, M. 1 inning. II. M l.ilUni-.ibal. M Nelson. M . H. I'.ltlrn Mid , lliln.ii. rr. cnisvvftln: sSoi.th r.'ir Una. sffuuit. win, Cantcroo, ti Buriwinkle, W. VVmrpen, Ff Lorkwood, W Alrtch, I v - W. Camaron and M 8. Sullivan coinwala; M m land, thiui. with ;. KcrnotT, C. wllkero, C, Miller, it. HnbM, o. Byrneat v. Arviei awl ! Bmlthi i'- aln. spcctfti Tan Oarad cuttrr itc- tni mile Wnn by fntor rrru nf 0 B N. Michtffao; Jtwi ti r rrcw t'. .S. .N. .MU hlUHn. MOOttd. tlrjir UUcn rianu I.Kmr nn Klrctrlc Score baartl. At tho Now York Hoof Garden tin after Doon th varna in tw-rja t'li'an,s und ih Vk i rproatfoacj Dy'tneanM ui nn aleotHoal HOoraboard, Ml tba piny nande ii th hull fhid tn chlogfo win name d lately In- product 1 1 on tin1 Im.-n-d Uetern I.eaKiic. At Omaha Purhio. T; cmahi.. g t irs Molnet pat uoinaa. .": Denvei At sii m i itv stiMix ( ity, u Topekii p A i Lincoln I Irai nme Ltoeoln. si ..iir'i, 4 Sri nnd irnmr Si tinicphi l: LlWOln 11 IAUH ll V Al TtOS Fifth Auction Avenue Rooms (INCOKPORATKDi 3:t:t r.n Frnirtli Av , s K Cor Sfitli St HENRY A HARTMAN, AuolioBeei 'ow nn Khtblt ton. A LnrRe ,uk Vurletl Ass. t tinct t of Desirable Household Effects Sold tr, Clots the Estate t the I ii tlrs. Mary NevtltS tJ.;vo anil rrmovrtl lrom i lie Ix nn Kcrlttii Kcr lii.,i t nienl .It ll .ix . mnl iitflll st . Also oonstgnmonta fr-nn othor seaii :et comprising in part Antique und M' I " Piimiture, ii Paintings, tin" Bi i 1 Enuruvinfta, PoroeUina. Andirons. Silver, nindi' by Tiff nny A- Co, Tomplcina .V Black, (tclston A- Trade l'lnck. si u rt A- Frost, and others; prising Entree Dial. s. Trsya, Cnndl stioits. Kruit Baskets, Ten .mil ' ' Set. Tablewan . Ao . Proparift, 1 tsins, stcmwiiv Piano, Planoh, Hand aome Parlur Hiiiis. ,i tomi'lflu Colcrlnl Dining suit. Japanssa Curloa and i f,tl".,r objsola, to In (scUl on I'ti".- ' Wednesday, Thutaday .tnii rYlaay, lobar :i. I, s mnl ti, ut o'clook enon M'lltvi NOTICHM, KVKRT TltlNfl TOR BILLIARDS and BOWLIHfl rrt-ii and Terma EXPERT MECHANICS ' THI BHt)NSWICK-BALKS-COLl.CNDtB 1- tl U MiUf MB ST.. KkAR nsoaiA HOIlSI i AMI I Mllll M.I - PltlVATt rarrlases taralsaed Ly ibe in slnirle or dtiuhle nrst cisti in ryerv UOAKU1NU STA BU- Ml T 1st Irlll.l T A.s lis i Wsst td si. lSafS 1