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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1912.
8 Fronitnc Presents Nine Mora to Make Total in Two Hays Kisliteeii. NOHODY GETS OX TliriJl) Fletcher Poles Out Only Hit of New Yorkers Mntt.v's Work Wasted. I'or the second tlmn In succession the J . .mtii were whitewashed by the Ileds In. 'Iiniatl jeaterday. Meanwhile t leago Cubs by shutting out tlm llrook iid reduced the Now Yorks' lead to hie and .i lialf games. The Pittsburgh whipped tlir Boston Ta-iletiders, while the J I'hlladelphlas put nnother crimp In tlv) Cardinals. 5lcClrntv's nin are on th! way hornu to-day and will begin a series! of three sanies with the Hroohljns at the Tolo Grounds to-morrow. Ycaterday'a Iteanlls. CUcinnatl. 2; New Tork. 0. Chicago. ; Brooklyn. P I'lttihurg. . notion, 4 Philadelphia, 7. tit I.oula. 6. Standing; of the Clnha. -J ft E !'!! 15701 a. ,is !iw Hi "IS iu 13S Nw Tsrk. it iiiii Chicago. . II 10 I 10 " 413 7 8 " e 1 7 1 1 ji"S,"' s' 1 rntaaurg. Philadelphia. S7 Cincinnati. t, Laula. ' J I Breoklyn. 8,13 is Boiton. timM Txiet. To-ilnr'a Jcliedole. Boaton In Tltlsburc. ClKClNrfATl, Aug. 17. The Glanta left for home to-ntght lenvlnp behind them at IteJlanrl Park a heap of kooso vuru thicker than the epann of a fish. They wero shut out aif.ilii to-il.iy by O'Day'H quad, the score belni; I to b. It was the Eecond time In two daya they tumbled Into the tthltetvnsh In Cincinnati, nnd counting the hi!t two lnnlrms at Pitts burB hixt Saturday thy hat o not crosaed the plate In their last twenty Innlnga. Third bare ami the New Yorkers were atranstrs this afternoon. A few strac Kllntf wayfarers went as f.ir as secuiid bate, but that ttaa the limit of their travels. Tho chief caiiio of this back wardness In the New York camp was one Art fronime, who held the Giants to i one hermit hit. made by I-1 teller, b'everal other Uiants landed on the ball with no little force, but force that sends the ball hlklnz to the waltln: hands of lieldcr:' Is force misspent. The came was e:iapplly fielded on both aides, with nifty work around the Infield. Jlatheueon met wltl) his fifth consecu ilu defeat and did not it In a cume on the trip. Iloweter, he pitched an e .client same to-day, one which would have returned him u winner with th SUnt dulns a normal amount of club bing behind him. Ono hit by your torn rades Isn t much help to u pitcher and when uur sldo can't score you seldom win, no mutter how well ou mill, lloblltz. II a the chief mischief maker with the bat. lie Inserted a triple, a two basher and a single, and the rtr.it two blncles resulted In hl ett-ntuall rosslnit the plate. The Giants are now tit e and a half xuinet. ahead of the Cubs which Is half a same tturse off than when they left home. Iluv.ever, notwitnitand lng the setback here, they are reiuinliiK borne tetter llxed than It lo.jl.id us If they v.'ould b a tveelc .ico The s'll In blue tns on hand to see the OlnntH play thlr au mvolr Kami' In the Wett Thl young uoiiihii ha- Keen the i.lant perfunn In et.ry tit? in lb" ".t on this trip She b'lMi h'i Krand land ticket and qoes to h r -eat and then Im eomei an tm-reteii pn.t.'ltul t'u- p.i tline. s lie gneb her nay r,ui'!l. putt'iix 'n her appearnm" unb at lull khuh r. I The rilanl" caw flrt luee in the fits-t In ning throuli the iiitnuinnlulily nf IXile's dlicrlmlnatliitf iw I.itr' italK.'d. lie was caught nappiiiif. but llohb;. throw hit him on tli- cupola, p'ltllni; him on Mcond. He van Itft toi . :-o th" blow on the bean did hliu i.o f.oo.1 niil poh.-ibly started , bead b'or I'izliiimty lloblltz. II pickled a triple in light, lie mill. I hate come In. us nob'l tt.ic b.iekliii; up the Plate II. did loni" l.i, thonsli. when Herzos nude ,i v.ild lhrm on Milclull. Then M.itf innde a wild pitch and passed batter and C'.imljll b. Kan to tv.nm ui: tiraut tana I'i.'m k iwki i . It. f I i.trlk InK out Thre. miltlrM lib'.- in .(tieceMSluii tellrrd llie iiianlf. In the erontl liK.'iu ttna safe 1 ll I'leti hnwlM tlllnbl..'. b'll Ibon k petl Ihrott .iillan.l hltn sp allni;. .Mi Lean, with a hit. and HebelKr, with ,i ttrull, leaclied th" Up..'?, but Mdiruni KrunmliU to llci roe for a lur-'e and end.-d He Innlns- l'l"tchtr opeiHi tb. tblid nit, i a hll, only to b- "Upportfl b battlns and to be Ir.ft IIolilj.v umorl.-d Kiiothir loin; bit in the third Inn'n,;. a two baKsi, and lfore ruivhody ttas out eoired on Mitela-JIV hlliule. Thno llUt wero auffl ctntf t'Pportun.i in kieii Mitchell from '-otlnK and the reaslun mded with a 2 to 0 rreitonini: starln the Uliinli' In the. faef It itlll Mured at the end of the foiiith In the tiftli also tli (Hants vere led to thf MaURhter ijul'-kly. In neltlier the lourtli nor the tlflh did one of them reach flrM tnt;r. Moblltzcll made bin tlnrd nvat in the fifth. He ttua v .illopins on a tlldlns revile, plucking a t-lngl this time, llo ajid Mitchell ttere doubled into nbllt Inn. Doyle tarled th. procedure for ,.tv York by walking In the flxlh. Th-n- v; re two out nnd Mike Mlc.ll m.id" h .piik Unit catch of HeeKer'e tucket. Phel.in'x vort Klde and llov "top of Murr.ij'a hot ahot lobbi-d that batt'T of a hit 'in the seventh Merkl was more fnrtuiviW, reaching the first baK b: th walk meth od lienor r b';H a. n peipendicular foul Into JKU'an Imnillke liainlp. and Wilton tappefl th.- nruii. done ttllh a fl which stavltat-d 1. 1 licnii Sharp fl.ldiiic iiulei'd tip. Ibd.-i In the seventli and m th" eislith tfj.,-,,,. mlek walked after rbMiher had faiimd himself to Hi.. Itii h. SI'-Cui uueK, p.-r Devoie. v ho ran f"r lilm, " rlHn d st.'.il trie and (Irani -. miihtI i tup .mil luut .....j. (iii... i-ii'.i.inr', l II" .li M.ll 1nnlnK. were feature d mil by I lie re. moval of Pliel.tn for klel.lm: and th be rcni.ed ;ui"l Willi which Hie liiiiulM tinl out. Th" henre rw YiiWK .SI.' i IM'IW 1 1 I lb l b p a f jilt t i ii n r ,'neilc d rf I n n I I n llr rlirr if J n n I n n Imvle.rb ' 0 il a S ii Mic Jili.ifl o n " n n Hrl.er rf I o (i n n o II i,ii ih I :i 1 1 n I MurMJ If I li a ii 0 n tun In II rf I n '. :i n ii MerM"lh '! o n 14 n n I'li.'lni ! Ii " n n n n ll't'oiaii a o n " i i I'kiiiuii.i... n n o n h n triiion.i i ii o I I n i,r-iu -,:iiin n i :i a o ITcber.s' 't n I ,1 4 I i:i"in.:'li .1 n n I , n M'taVfOiLpt o n n a n et,enn c a mm o etf.Vir'.'i I 'i (i n ii o o ( rommei' I o n n I n Crand'll.p n i n on Inlnl!. 7'.'7 U 1 fnial. ; n i n is . UI Hat I'd fir Mathett en In Ihf rlcli'h Innlnf, ?ff" Y"rl: ii n n n n n n " i' a ( In'lnnatl I u I n o n o n ? riri bi on firor -Sen irl. I i im Innatl. t fi en bate- New Vi'rk . Oinel'iiMil. f. Hrnt'ate in ImIN O" .M.nlieu .n,i. n .illinium:'. f btruck n it i .U'heviii. I' b liiniime : nASEIKI.L, 1II.IIU. ? alnr Or.i cui'" -' V u ,V V ni"rl'i,n t, I'kvrlaml mclk.ni I.tue Park ,dm J) -,1fr Three base hlU-ltoblttell. Two bae hll llnli Illill. NirfMir hll-l'liel.tn Ntolen bases Phiton (5), I letrhrr liuublc plays Fletthrr, lnlo nnd Mrrkle; Potto mill Mrrkle. llil pilch MaHieteMiu l on Mthrwsnii, I. In M-ti'ii 1 n ti tti cr nil I'r.-indatl, 1 (n one Pining. Cm Mre In chief i:hmiii riekl umpire Johnston. '1 1 1 ir- i iioiir Kim :! minutes. DODGERS THROUGH WITH WEST. I'nretlrll (lame n Mhatont hy Cain, Clirney Itnllnsj Sapreme. '"Hlf too, Aug, 27. Shrrkiitd nnd Leach both drove mil hotnnrn to-day nnd the Cubs won, fl tn 0. Cheney waj too goml , uir uio Hungers nuu iioiu mem 10 sis mis, Vlnglliig wue eay lit nil ntHr.cn of th K.itnc. tho Cubs getting to him for thlr i !! Iilie. rivers nml Alcher lending with Hirer til tH eaeh. It was the filial game of 1 1 ji.ir In the Weal for llrooklyn. nntl they hurried thrniiKh tho gamo to ratch an early train. The sroic . HltOOKLYN. CHICACO (N. ah r h p a e ah r h p a e Moran.ef .30121 olSheek'd.lf. 3 ) I a 2 II Nnrltirn.tf. 4 0 0 1 0 ni.'.rtiulte.rf .r. (I I 2 II (i .snihlijii.. ,:i n I ii 4 n'Tlnker.s....i I : i I o Hat. brrt.lb.s 0 I 7 II I im'tub. 4 110 10 Uheat.lf. 4 (i 0 1 o n l.i-aih.cf.. 4 114 0 0 ruinhA,;ti.4 o : I : m.saler.lh, .. 2 1 0 7 0 li rinher.n . 4 0 it 5 3 I) i:erit.3b . . 4 n a ; f, o Krwln.r. 4 n 1 4 I 0 Arrher.e 1 9 4 n 0 Mngllncp..: u o ii I iM'hiiir:,p. .4 o o u I o Toll 31 0 SSI IS 1 1 Totals 84 A13S7IO 0 I'roolilyn .. o o o n n n o o o-fl I'lilrafo. ii r 1 II II 0 I 5 -II Left on tianfa llrooklyn. 6; Chlraio, P. Flrat hanon hnlla )r?Vlnjllnf.4;o(7l"lieney,4 Strurk out in Vlngllnf, J: by Cheney, :. Two bane hltA-i'iitahaw , Tinker. Zlmniermon. liter. cliultr. Home run-l.each, Sheokarrt. Wild f Itch- teney. liouble play Smith lo liaubert. Umplren -Ulem and Orln, Time 1 ho'ir and U mloulct. MAGEE TAKES HIS BAT ALONG. Ttto Home nun nnd at Triple Caaae I'ndotDB of Cardinals. 8t. IjUIB, Auk, 2". Sherwood Maaree And his blK stick won the final samo of tho Phillies' series with the Cardinals this afternoon, score 7 to D. Mnuee got a home run hit off Orlner In the opening round and hammered the pill for another homer In the third. Poskert tripled In the fifth. These lone hits, with timely xlngles, practically won the (tame, and Ilrcsniilmn sent Steele to the mound opening tho sixth tuning. lied Nelson, who formerly pitched for the llrnnns, made his debut In n Phlllle uniform and was relieved by Seaton In the flchth. Tho score: ST. LOUIS (.V. M I PWLA. (X I. ) abrhpae abrhpan nuc(ln.:b.4 I o I i I rakert.:b 4 2 3 1 4 0 I..Maitee.lf .5 1 3 0 0 0 Mlller.tr .531100 MllllllJb t 1 2 0 0 U M.Mailre.ir.4 .13 10 0 Koney.lli .4 o on n t t'ravaih.rf 3 0 n ; o (l Ktam.rf 4 1 2 t u 0 I.U'Irru..lb4 0 0 13 I n llauter.u .3 n 0 2 .1 I aUh..1h.. 4 0 114 0 Onket.cf . 4 0 0 2 0 0 Doulan.va. 4 0 0 2 J l Wlnco.c. .3 0 1 3 2 0 Kllllfer.r. 4 n 2 2 o 0 Snyaer.c. .1 0 0 o 0 0 Neon.p. .4 0 u n t o drlner.p. ,t I 0 n i n ijratun.p. Hi) ion (Kiallnuay t n 0 0 n 0, - Steelc.p . . 0 0 n 0 t o Totalt .31 7lOilUO M:ill. I ii n n o ii Iiurk.p o n o o o o cMowrey. . o o u o o u Tolab. 35 5 (1:717 .V imUMted lor Orlnrr In the fifth lanlsi IMIlalteil for J-tcleln the seventh Innln: inllatteil for llnrk In ll r ninth Inning. UiKonev out. htt by batted ball Philadelphia. 2 n 2 0 t o 2 0 0-7 St. boulv o o ; t o o n j o-j Tito tri-e hlt- Kvsnt Three ba'e hits -Wlngo, Paskert. h. Magee. Home riin -l'.van. S. llagee i?i Stolen tme S, Magee. Dnuble plays--ll'iirlns and Konry. Hate on btlN-Ol NrlMin. 2: eS Steele. 2; o3 (Srlner. 1, off Seaton, I Struck out Hy(irlner.3:bySealon. 1. Plirlitnc record OfT l.rlnrr. 7 hits and 3 runt In file Innlngt: oft Steele. 2 hilt and 2 runt In twolnnlnct: ot Nelson, hits ttnl 3 riin In rvcn ami nne-lhlrd Innings, Left on batrs- ,si,liilt..t: l'illatelphla. S. Time hour. empires lirrnuau and Ovtent BOSTONS FLOOD, THEN EBB. Look I.tUe -Wlnnera at Start, bnt Cnmnlti Ctiokrs Their nflorta. PlTTsnu'RO, Aur. 27. The Pirates ma It two out of three by winning this afternoon from Hoston 9 to I In a one sided same. The visitors started off like winners. Camnltz was very unsteady in tho first lnnlnc, lielni; hit fur a simile and double, glvlim- a walk und hlltlm; a batter. Again In the fourth he walked the 111 st two batters and filled the base by hitting Devlin, but settled down und no runs resulted. Dickson pitched good ball until the fourth InninK. when seven h.ti Eent lit it runs around. With tho lnscs rilled Chief Wilson cracked out Ills thlrt -third triple of the seaion. The score! PITTMIUltO. UOSTOV (.V. L.i ab r h p a e ab r h p a e ritrr.e.Hi. . 4 0 1 u 1 1 C'pbellcf i 2 o 1 o riarey.lf. 4 0-1 1 0 0 KlrkeSb 411330 llnfpianrf 3 1 0 3 0 O.hw'ncy.Jb. 3 1 1 o J 0 Wnctirr 4 2 2 4 2 (l .Ul tvm lf .3 10 111 Un.rr.lh 4 114 1 li.Tllus.rf 4 0 1 1 u 0 Wllwmtf 3 2 1 3 II o llftllll.lh 3 II Oil 2 U llutlerSb . 3 2 12 3 1 ii'H'l.-e.M .4 o n o 4 I (llbMHi e. 1 OHO I llliowdj.c 4 0 1 3 0 1 Camnltr.p I I 3 0 '.' o llrkmn.p..2 0 n o 1 n - T Icr.p.. . 2 il I 1 4 0 Totali .SJ 14 27 III 2 - - ' Totals 34 4 7 2411) 3 ll'.ttnii 3 0U10000 04 I'liisburc uuu302tt -a Tito bate lilts- H)Tne, TIiiih. Three bate hit. WINou. Home run- Wagner Ntrrll'ee hliv lUrne, Hiifinan. Klrkr DoubP. play ll.ill'r Wa'.-ner and Miller Kirn bate on bulls -OIT ('Aninlt,4, oH lilekMin. 2. oil Tylrr. 2 lilt by Idtrheil bails nj Camiiltr (Jackson and lift Ini Mrurk out lly I'aninlt. , by T)lr. I. left on batr- pttbiirc. A; Mottnri, 1(. First base in errors I'llltburz 1. Ilmlnn. 2. lilts-OIT nick sun. I In 3 1 3 Inning, m? T ler. 10 in 4 2 3 Innings I'ln'lie- Flnnrrau and Itlsler. Time 1 hour ami V niiri'ilre,. NeiT York State l.ragnr, AT Si'HANTON. FIP.ST (1AMC It. H. U. Trot OOOOOtOOl 2 2 2 Scmmoi; 1000 II 200 x 3 7 4 Ilatte rlii"- PappaUu und I'ltzgrrld; Cotl rell and llarklns SECOND (JAMB R. H. E. Tro 002000 0 i 0 Stranton ... 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 11 1 Called by acrctmeiit. Ildlierlrs lliiinnicrslry n4 Wood! Pierce und 1 1 a rk I ue AT KLMIRA. ft. II. i: 1. In a 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 : 4 7 1 i:illllra .1 0000000 0 3 7 2 Huterles -fioml, Malloy and ftltter. Sihruldt and Vandrgrlft. AT WIl.KIISIlAnnE, K It. E. A I bin) 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 IS 15 .1 Wllkestmrrc 1 0 1 2 0 s i x 14 : IUtletleaMentre. Mcl.ro.l and Wen dell, Walkti. Curry. Martin and IJrleifer. lllnghamtun-S rurusn; rain Aioerlenn Aaanrlatlon. AT MIMVAUKKK. Tolnln 40010110 1- Mlltvallkre OOOOOOOtO lun-rl.f- KalVrtiburg and Land: and Illwk. AT KANSAS CITY 1 oi'imbu'.. . . noooooooo KhrikHs City. .. 1 0 0 0 0 (1 0 0 0- Hdltre PsOiard and Hinltli, an'l O'Connor AT M1NNKAPOMS. l.nilstlll nojsonotis Mliuiapoll ... I I 11 0 0 I 0 I -. Iliitirles MesKlinan anil 3chle itJd ami iittt n AT ST. PAUL. In.tU.iani.ll. . I il n ft A 1 1 A A. n. h. e. I 11 o la Cutting n. ir u -o a t 13 1 llhudi-a It II : i: 4 oini- r ir. i: 1 10 3 -3 li 2 liter ami ft Paul ... . 0 i ii 0 1 (i ; i) n. Iliieils -Link and MvKie; tijn Western I.eHRlle. Topskn, 4 . li. at t-r, ;. (Jiinh.i. 0. HI -i ui Ct), 3 Wlrhlu, 'i: l.inioln. Si .In' t . ti h Mnlnf s, 4 Coonei'lteiit l.rnftnp, , ,M nrblgi port llrldcepnrt, (., Net- 1U tin ,t At Hartford - llnrifnr.l, 1C Wmrrl.'iry, 3 At Spinull' Id-lloljiikr. 1 SpiliiRii.l'i, 1. Trl-Mule Leucnr. Hnrrlbiirt, s. Tunimi, 0 Hi nlbig. . Atlmill" cut, llinlniiii'ii. '' Vork. I. Alleiltnttti, 21 CliPMir 11 rtt MiiKlnml l.enune. tlrri'kliill, '.' Lowell. 1 I.MHI. (. New ll.'dfor.l. .1 l.i ti rrnce. 13; Wurrrsifr, 10 Hintrhlll. i, rail lllter. I VI Allnntle ( It, rt h u i ubms-iis o o 0 o 0 o 1 3 0-. i 7 l.ln'-oln i ll'int. . f. (i e ii 0 d ! 2 x i 11 3 taitrh linnaaht, and I'lgarola, Will lams and Uoik r. T Lelivelt Miikes (tooil With I'ivc I VI 1 i u - Hits. .McMillan Vitli Four. PLENTY OK 0001) PITCHING MeConnolI Flnttens the Naps in First, Game, Davis in Seeond. Twelve Innlnns tn n draw was the re sult of tho clash between the Morton lie Sox and the CIiIciiro While So ester day The WaaliliiBtons weie subdued by the St. Inils Mrowns nnd are holdlnc on to second place by th nnnowest of mur Kins, Inasmuch as tb Athletics ngHln put thn rolleis under the Detrolts. The Mich landers took two cames from the (Mete lauds, thereby winning eleven oul of their last fifteen conteile. all with the Western teams. Yeaterdar'a nraalta. New Tork, I: Clfteland, 4 (1st tni'i New York. ; Clrtelantl. 4 (td ttin.l St, 1,'Hitt, H, Washlncton, 9 rhlladelphlJ. 4. U'lroll, :. TUislon. I; Chicago, ( 1 1 Innings), AtnndlnK of the CI aba. I Si-'' V - ' n I Hoaton. I" 1114 II I l IS II It 014, in! 0 is: ii 10 it' '!' Watblngton. 31 ' I I I II 13 IS1 0 II nl to, a si:, Phllaaelphte en im 5. Vl3 let Chlcag. Detroit. f fi 7, 3 Clereland & 7 , 4 8 V 7 lt b tl 4 III U 671ft Naw Tark. 31? St. I.auti, Caaita Last, . 137(47 Tn-iln j ' Schedule. ("Isteiinrt In New Tork. Ttvo games Chicago n Boston. Detroit In I'hlladtlphU St. Loutt In Washington. Heavy stick work and excellent pitch ing enabled tho Highlanders to win two games from the I 'let elands at American League Park testerday. the acoied belni; tn 4 and R to 4. respectlvel), . It re qulied nearly four hours and thirty min utes tn play this double headrt, hut S.OOO fane didn't stein to mind It a bit, Inas much as the work nf the Hilltop crew was decidedly lefreshlin.-. Jack Lelitelt. the Mochester outlielder, made his llrxt appearance In a New York uniform and lie scored a pronounced hit. He cracked nut five safe dilves. Including a three bagger, during the long tussle and cov ered the middle garden acceptably. Tommy McMillan, the other Hochester recruit, rapped the leather for three bin gles lu the first contest and a two bas Ker In the second. Incidentally he made one of th rnost sensational plays eter seen on the Hill In the first battle. It was In tho ninth Innlns with a runner on first when- Lajole propelled a fierce low liner In tho direction of second base, McMillan nui toward the bap, reached down with his left hand and caught the pill a touple of Inches from the turf. Stead lng himself, he made a aw If I throw to Chase, which was a fraction of a second too late to double up Mau ser. ' Oorge McConnell. still another former Hochester plnyer. pitched great ball against the Nups In the ilrst game. Magged fielding In the ilfth IraIns presented the visitor with two of th'.lr runs. With the exception of Napoleon Lajole, who found him for three singles, the Cleveland were at McConnell's mercy. In the ieventh Inning of this contest Joe Jack son got Into trouble. Chief Umpire O'Mrlen called a strike on him and jHck son thictv hi bat In the air. at th same time proti sting noisily. Ulneen refused to allow him to participate In the second part of the programme. George Davis, the former Williams College boy, pitched his first winning game for the New Yorks In the second affair. For six Innings he held the Naps to two hit and a string of ciphers. After that he was solved a bit. but not enough to offset the lead that had been asMltmd by Wnlverton's players. Chase's hitting wa a factor in both battles. llasketto was effective until the third period, when thn Hlllmen fell upon him for three runs. With one down, McCon nell and McMillan knocked out baso hits and lioth scored on ('haxe's three bagger, the latter nlso counting on Paddock's hll. Three Now York men were htrown out At the plate In the fourth Inning, but two runs were scored at that when McMillan's timely base hit to centre sent Hartzell and Sweeney home. Paddock inado two costly errors in the fifth Inning. One of them gave a life to Itlrmlngham, who wa.s forced by Jackson. The latter stole second and scored on Lajole's single. Larry ran all Iho way to third on a wild pitch nnd counted when Paddock threw Olson's bounder wldly to Chase. The sdire remained f. to 3 In New York's favor until the eighth period, when the Hlllmen rolled up three more tallies on Illvelt's three bagger, Slnimons's base hit and steal and a single by Hartzell. Grlajgs, batting for Hauger In the ninth Inning, singled, stole second nnd ran home on Johnston's hot liner to centre. The teams rested for twenty minutes before the second game started at 4 :20 o'clock. Two Naps were left on bases In thn first half of tho opening round, but tho New Yorks. In their turn, scored twice. McMillan hit the ball Along the left foul linn for two bases and sprinted to the plato when Chase hammered the pellet to the fence In right centre Held for a clean home run. Three moro runs wern collected by the Hlllmen lu tho fifth Inning after two wero down. Chasn belted rt baso hit to Ir.ft and Daniels "Hiked, a double steal was under way Just ns Paddock leaned against u fast hall for a rattling thrie bagger, both runners scouting home. Ilitelt brought Paddock homo with a burning base hit to c ntre, Tito singles, a baie on balls and a. fotre hit tlrlil.d Cleveland's first run in the -jetenth Inning. In tho eighth the Naps , cured smother tally on Hlrmlng bain's single, an Infield out and a baan hit by Johnston. Hartzell worked his way around In New York's half on his single, another blngle by H'tciicy, Ujt Is's pass nnd MrMlllan'a nut. With one nut In the ninth, Nash scratched a lilt und ran lionie when Dland lng smashed the ball Into the centra Held seals for u four bagger. The tcama will piny nnother double header this ufler nomi. Tho scoies: riltsr fiAMF. Cl.IIVIM.AND. MHS MHiK i, L.i abrhpae ab r h p a e II) n. If . 1 t I I n n M'Mlllan.sst I .1 .1 a o Hunter. If I (I il 1 fi II l'he,1b. ,t 1 ril I i ll'ni'liain ef 4 II I 2 li n llanlrN.lf. J n II 1 ti n .UrUnn.rf .a 1 ii I n n I'adilork.sbl n inn: llimir't if. 1 il o o 0 o I.ellvrli.ef I I : i o ii MlKgv . 1 1 1 0 il il Mm'n.:ti.. 1 2 2 ,1 i l-ili'e.:b . .( 1 3 0 II nill'rlirll.rf .S ! 1 (I a n Johnston, Ib'i n 1 .1 n D'Stt'nei ,e..,t t 1 n o i 'It. n.sti 1 0 li 4 I (i ll'C n'll.p 4 l 1 ii 7 li Adams, c, 2 n n n u (n - (arlMiu- . 2 n li r. u nl Total. 3 S1327II t IVek'pch,s3 n o 3 a n1 Na'h.ss., I o i n ii 1 1 Ibiskrttc.p. 2 (I I n n n; haler.p . . 1 (i n 1 2 o Total it 4 0 rt a il iillatifd for Hanger In the ninth Inning flu eland I 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 14 I Newark 3 0 :i : 11 0 11 3 -a Three base hlU -llasUtllc, tUate, Lclltrit. Sarrin.ee hlis. tllrmlneli'nt, l.alr Stolen bates .isrksnii, intrir.. I aliil". Johnston. 2: (lltrn. ( ailsi-h, Hanleis, Mniinoii'., H irtrll. Sweeney, I Irsl b-Tve 011 rtmrs' I lei eland. 1' New York, I. I lr-i bse on balls (llf li.ietie. I nl? halrr. I; nl? MeCnnnell I Irui'll n'l' Mv Itatketle, 2; hi' MrComieii, 7 Htu 111? liaskeiie ' In three In-nliij- ttllh unholy nui In tin fnuitli, Hll hi I'lliher II) Mei'minrll l.almri bell on buses l letelallll. II. .New nik. ,t Passed ball Adn" Ulhl plltli MfCiinniil tumble pl.ifs Perkln tia'ich and .bilitisinn Kaler nml .Inlintlnn. I'm Pile In rhlrf (I'tlrlen field umpire Illnecn. 'l ime 2 ho'irs and I inlnuie.i MICOXII CLI'.Vfl.ANII, ab r b p n e 11nntrr.tr 4 11 1 : 11 11 It'ln'h'm.rf J I t 3 11 11 tlsncerrr. ..4 n n 1 n n I ajole.rb 3 11 1 3 4 n .loiiMHt n.l (1. 4 11 1 in 0 11 IM-.eil.Ui . 4 I 1 2 I I O'Nrlll.e . t 11 I 2 3 11 Nsl!.-s . 2 11110. Siren, It 2 11 0 O 2 II Mill hell. p., (1 11 11 ii u o, m:w n chik i . i. 1 ab r h P a e M'MII'n.st el I 0 2 11 I hnse.lb ,t 2 2 11 n n Hanlrls.lf 3 10 3 0 0 I 'add nek .Hi 12 12 0 l.elltelt.ef 4 n 3 4 II 0 .Mm'ns.rb. .1 0 1 3 3 11 Haruell.rf.:! I 1 3 n 11 .See.int e.3 n 1 4 1 0 lint Is, p . a n 0 n 2 11 Totals 33 111 2710 0 iii.tlgcs I n o n 0 0 nullum;, p. 1 1 1 u 0 n Tnlals 3.1 4 S 24 13 I on Hailed fur Mlnhell In the setenth Inning, net eland.. 0 n n n 11 11 I I 2- 4 Neu Urk. 2 11 n 11 3 0 11 I - r. Two base hilt- McMillan, I'addiiek. Three base hit -Paddock. Home runs - Chase, tlland hut I Irsl bate on bntli 4)lf Sleen, 3, off Mltrhe II, 1. 01? f Uaii'llnc. I: ol? Halls, 3. Slruek nut -lly sieeu. .1. b) Hails, I. fill by pitcher- Hunter In Hails. Illp, ui! siren, a In lit Innings; nil IllBil'lln-:. :i In iwn IiiiiIiuck. l eft on bases I'let eland. 7; New York. a. t'tnplie In ihlef Hlnren. I'll M umpire- O'Hileu Tlme-2 hours and 3 minutes, TWELVE INNINGS TO A TIE. II It at n Play Half llonr After Darkness TVIthnnt Itraalt. Hnsru.v. Aug. 57 - Although limplre n'liuglilin allowed Hoston and Chicago fo play half an hour lifter ilnrknesa hail fallen tills rt filing ami while electric lights shont) on the street, neither eouUl score the da eliline run and the game ended n tie at twelte Inning, a to a. 'Iho seorei swapi-ed advantage ropenteillv, tho biggest flnn nnilng when lloeton Jumped file run on laldli' Clcotlo In the lourtli, speaker's home run ilritlug In the last three Chicago gota lead again In the lth by -.coring file times. Hall, who came to lledlenf lellef. ehdrltlg the lespoiisllililtv llotoii eteunl matters In the Hetenth. trettimr one run off l.'lrotli.. ami the It lug tally off lal Walsh. Neither side iimiIiI seote In the nwtt lite Innings. Itld lilensnn, one lime .minus tnneKier, til.iieil hia Prat came In nearlt- a decade alter Kalh.ind Weaierli.ul beep benched for argiinieiili- Sihalk' iibiyink' proteil lit rn wortn etery pennj or tno jis.imi ne ni Coniske 'I li (.core HOSfoN (A. L.I I CHICAGO (A. L.) abrhpae ab r h p a e ltonper.tr... i 2 2 J J l,Hath.:b. .,431130 erke,:b ,7124a ri:nhn.:u.. 0 n I) 0 u 0 Spcakcr.cf. 7 t 2 .1 11 I iileann.2b2 0 1111 la-wKlf. r. 0 1 ion M'rk.rf-rf e. o 2 2 0 u c.aulner.lb n 0 2 11 u 2 1' hnn.lf-ef.a 1 3 2 0 0 Kllgle.lb . 1 t Hll II U I ollllls.lt). .& 1 213 0 0 Mag'irr.ss 2 2 n :i n 0 11.1,11-. rf . .300000 ( srrlgau.c 3 0 0 o l.asiirly.U.2 01000 Ibitlrnt.p. 2 1 0 11 3 n r.elrter.3b... 0 12 4 0 llall.p . 3 0 I 11 3 a u.tatcr.st.4 0 0 3 1 0 ,.Inhllnu,ss.2 0 O I I II Totals IS U 133119 iiSchalk'.c C 3 all 3 2 ,( Icotle.p ,4 2 3 0 3 0 Walth.p.. .100020 ! TOUIS...M ail)3AIS3 noston 0013 0020000 03 Chicago. . loiio&ounoo o8 Two bafe hilt Yerkes, Ualllrk, Hooper. Schalk, Colllnt. 2. Three lute Ii1lpeaker. Home tun Speaker. Sacrlflce hits lledlent, Rath, Matilck, Kngle, U'alth, htolen base--('arrl-gan liouble pls Verket and llngle; U'aguer. Ncrkes and Kngic la-ft on bases lloslon, 1J; ( nirago, 1: I Irst base on balls- Of? Clrulle. a; 01? Walsh, I; oil Hall, 2 llrst base 011 errors -llottnn, 2; 1 hlcagn, 2 struck eul -lly Ueiilcnt, t; by Orotic. J. by Walsh, 4. Mild pltchet-Ueillent, Waph Pmplret o'taiughlln aud Vetervlt. Time- 3 hours and 23 tulrctri. McINNES PUTS IT ON ICE. Slurry's Homer In First Innlnu ta All Poor Run Against Tliiera. PlltLapELPltl.t, Aug. 2". The Athletics defeated Detiolt In the first inning to-day, when they scored four runs. Mullln Issued threo of his eight passes In this Inning and when Htuffy Mclnnes lammed the bull up against the detp right Held wall three runs counted and Mclnnes scored himself when Craw fold made a wild peg of the thruwln. After that Mullln got busy and held the Mackmen safe. Connie Mack trotted out his new recruit, Roy C'rabb, n spltter from Daienport. Ia. Moy took advantage of the big lead and would have thut out the Tigers with per fect support. The score : I'lIILA. (A. L.I DKTMOIT. abrhpae, abrhpae EUurphy.rft 0211 0 Vltt.lf. .. 0 0 2 5 u 0 Sirunk.rr. 4 12 3 0 olUush.tt . 4 11 o 2 2 u Colllns.:b..,2 1114 0 Cobb.rf . 4 0 2 0 0 0 Haker.3b. 2 1 0 2 7 o,C'wford.rf I 0 0 o 0 I Mrlncrs.lb.t 1 111 I I C'rldon.2t.4 I 1 2 1 11 Walsh. If 2 0 0 10 1 Mor'riy.lb.4 0 0 ft 0 0 llarry.ss 4 0 13 3 0 Dral.Jb 3 0 0 3 0 0 Thotnat.e, 3 0 0 1 0 O'nJonc.v I n 0 0 0 0 Crabb.p... 3 0 0 0 0 OiSUnage.c. 4 u 2 3 2 I Mullln.p .211141 Totals. 58 4 7 2716 2 Mluslow 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total!.... 36 : t:i I (ai nattrd for Deal In the ninth Inning. iOi Han for Mullln In the ninth Inula;. Detroit 01(100010 0-2 Philadelphia. I00U0II00 4 Two bate hit Collins. Three base hit Mi Innes. lfi on bases- Philadelphia, k: Detroli, 0, Struck nut- IlyCrabb, I: by Mullln, (. Stolen bate. Ilaker Sarrlflce hlt-i rabb. first baseonerror Detroit. First baae on bulls, on Crabb, 3; 01? MulllD, 7. Wild pllcti -t'rtbb. Umpire In chief -Hart. ITrld umpire -Connolly Thne-2 hours and 8 mluutes. BROWNS KNOCK OUT CASHION. OtT lilm and 5rhegir Total of 17 lilt for SH lloara Are Amassed. Washi.nuton, Aug. 7. The Browns gave the Senators a sound drubbing to day, 0 to 3. knocking Cashton out of the box In the fifth and making life miserable for Schegp, a oung left bander, who suc ceeded him. The llrotvns collected seven teen hits for a total of twenty-eight bases, llnuingurdner wa n puzzle until he let down a trifle In the ninth, when a pair of doubles nnd three singles netted the Sena tors tin cc runs. The scoie: AM1INGTI1.V. hT. LOUIS (A. L). nb r h p a e, ab r h p a e Mrel'er.rf...:. nosl nlshotlrn.cf 3 t 2 1 11 11 foster..ib 1 n 2 I 3 0 Comiunn.ift 13301 Mllati.r! 4 1 2 0 0 OlWIIIl.tms.rf.l 2 2 10 1. inndll.lt 3 11 2 5 n 0 Prati.rb . .1 331140 Mhaefer.lb.l 1 1 2 0 0 Kiiilun.tb.A 2 212 11 n Morgan 2h. 4 1 1 2 4 11 Ansiln.Sb a 03330 Shanks.lf 3 11 (1 3 11 (1 Wallaces s. 2 0 0 2 .1 n M'llrlde.ss. 4 11 1 7 3 0 Kr hrll,c...3 0 1 r, 1 (1 llcnry.r , 4 11 I n .1 (1 H'niginr.p.a 01010 rashlnn.p.. I 11 0 11 o 0, Srhegg.p... 2 n 11 11 0 2' Totals 37 9172712 1 olaipcrle. ..11 0 11 0 0 0 Total S.-i 110271a 2 11 Hailed for Schejg In the ninth Inning. St. Louis. 0 0 025020 s8 Washington .. 11 (I 0 11 11 0 ri u 3-3 Flr6t base on errors St. Louis, 1; Washington, 1. Lett on bases- Washington, 7; St. Louis, 7. liases on balls -(lit Cashlon, I, ."eliegg, 1; ium Eartnrr. Innings pitched lly fashion. 4 1 3; ySihegg,42-3. tills OrfCashlon.tt.orfSehrgg, a Mruck out. Il fashion, 2, by ,'sehegc. 3. by llauingsrtner, 7 Tbt'e base hlla 1 omplon. Piatt, Kutlna, Austin I'tto base bits N-baefrr, llenrj, Pratt, Kiillna, IJaunigartner Sarrlllre fllia bhauks, Wallace. stolen bases- Milan, Wlllluiiia, Imiilile iilajs Mi-Hrlde, Morgan and Schacfer Wild pltrhtv Srhegg, ? t'mplrrs fgau and OLoushllii. Time 2 hours and 10 inlnulct. PONY KNOCKS OUT BALTAZZI. Thrnna Bark Head, lilts I'ololst In raer Uncoil Hurt Alan. kstpukt, 1.. I Aug. 'il. Two mishaps wern witnesMHl In tho puln matchcH at Mcailmv 'trunk to-day. The tunis pluyi'd ns White nnd THue for each match, but wltli different lineups. In the llrst etent Ivlllott ll.icnii 1,111 Into another plater and received a huril bump, though he was not Incapacitated. In Hie second match tli pony of S, A, W Haltarrl threw back his head, hitting the rider lu tho face ttllh nueh force that he Imd to rtop piny, llaltiiz.-.l wus eub stltullng for Pavl. who wanted to go homo. Milt the hitler was obliged to finish with Ills team. Tho lineups; first Ositis Willi's, Parker Itlrlln. Pew. anl Carey, Hubert Hacen anrt I! (J, ll.ircn, lilies, B P. Cowdln. S. A. W. Haltazjil. W. li. Straight and .1""' pie I!. Iiavis. Score. 3 lo 2 In fivor of Ha llluss. Heiiiinl Rain--While, It W drace. Sew ard Carey. K, L. Hopping and Itobsrt Ilacon; ?llus Philip .Stevenson. Packer Klrlln, S. A. W. Haltn -at. .1. Fi. 111. is anil II. C. PhlDUs, Score, li lu 2 In ravor r the Whltrs. Snnthrrn l.ragnr. Memphis. I, Chattanooga, 0 (fltst game) Memphis, ! Cluillanougs, I (second gumel. Atliinta. 4; Nashrlllo, 3 (llrst gaiavj. Nasbtlili, a Atlmla, 3 isecoud game). Mobile, 3 M nn 1 1:1. nie r y. 1. .New oileans, 2, tllrmingham, 1, TROT DERBY BY SPRINT' Fleming Takes .Mnrc to Lino in Hushing Drive, I'nssing Cnstle Pome. MAKES KILLING OF 9:5,000 Hilly Uurk Hns Walkover in His Hcnf. and Takes $1,000 Without, Effort. tUADttLLr, Mass., Aug, 2. Cheeny, n steady going buy mare from the stable of .1. Fleming, got away with tho major por tion of tho purse In tho American Trot ting Derby, which featured H11 opening session of the (Jr,nnd Circuit at the two minute track to-day. Cheeny took down first money In the second heat for horses In Hie 2.04 class nnd then with n handi cap of 240 feet camo up In a rush In the final heat nnd landed the money easily on the outside. Thero were) four trial heats, with nt least three horses In each, and a walkover, tn which Alonzo McDonald sent Hilly Murk around a mile in 2:K for 11,000. Tho first three horse In every heat started, with IHIIy Murk on scratch and Kenyon W Castle Dome, Men Zoloek nnd Wood fnrd Todd at the limit mark, 4 40 feet. Tlie only other race carded was the Puri tan free for all pace, which went to Dan McKiten, from Tavistock, Canada, with Tho Kel. The final hent of Ihe Derby was nt a mile nnd a half and tho start wn from the dioti of tho flag, with nil horses still, Castle Dome from the limit went In ftont nnd led for the rlrst half mile. Ken mi W. challenged, but was stned off, and with Tho Wanderer nt his seat nnd Ken on W. close up, Dodge taeed Castlo Ponio along until the last uuartcr. No body thought of Chernv, but I'leuilng made a well timed drive down the last stretch and runic up on the nutUde, win ning by a length. The nille was raced In 2;0iA. The, summaries : AMERICAN TROTTI.N'O DURUY. Trial he.ta; on mllei :,0 Class -Purse, i,ooo Dudlo Archdals. hlk. m, fleers. . . . ? Orc. ch. m., McDavltt - Gay Audubon, rb li., CatcuTib 3 Tims 2:07'.. :;0 Class Puras. 11,000 ("risen v. b. m.. Fleming 1 King Hrook, blk. h.. Hlgglna tluih McGregor, ch. nt.. avery 3 Annie Khl. b. m.. Carpenter 4 Time 2:03 ;. 2;10 Class Purse, ft.000 The Wanderer, b. a., (1. .Macey....' t Jack Lonnou, ch. x. T Murphy 2 Kenyon W , blk h.. Snow I Time 2:11 2:15 Class Purse. 11,010. Don Zolock, b. g., Garrleon 1 I'astU Pome, b h., Dadge 2 Wo-jdford Todd. K h, Carnentar a Time :.1C4. nilly tJurkr. A McDmaI.1, had a walkover In the free-ror-sll class and won 11,000 Final Heat Mile and a half, handicap; purae, $10,000. Cheeny. b. m.. by Medium Line Nellie Htlamour, Finning (240 rcetl t Castle Dome. b. h. by Jay McGregor. Do.lge 1440 feet) : Kenyon W.. blk. h., by Marcos Dozarrls. Snow ( 440 feetj a The Wanderer, b. g., by The Tramp, H Macey 1280 feet) 4 Jmk London, ch. g by Cousttrno, T. Murphy C:0 feet) 3 Grace, eh. tn.. by Pelsr the Great, McUev- lit (120 fi-et) 6 Dudle Arrhdale, blk. in., by Archdale, Geura (SO rem 7 Ruth McOrsgor, ch. m., by Jay McGregor, Avery (240 feeti s nilly Hurk. br h., by Silent Brook, Me- Donald (scratch) King Brook, blk. h., by The Rsd King. Hlgglna (240 rest) 10 Gay Audubon, ch h. by Audubon Boy, Uatcomb tleo feet) 11 Woodford Todd, blk. h.. by Todd, Carpen ter 1440 fset) 12 Don VColnck, b. g.. by Zolock, Harrison (440 feet 13 Tlma of the winner, 3:104: Billy Durk's time, 3:H'i. Cheensy won 11.000, Castle Dome 11.000, Kenyon W, I60O and the Wan derer 1400, Heat wlnnera recelveil 1100, sec ond horaa 12(0 and third horse IHO. The Puritan Free. tor-All Pace Jurse. 12,000, best 2 In 3 heuts. The tie!, gr. h.. by Gamboller Delia Illdwell. Mcllw-en 4 14 1 Hal Ii., Jr. br h by Hal U., X. Ray 5 3 1 2 Independence Boy, ch. s , by Thistle, Valentine 2 3 2 4 Don Densmore, b. h , by Pactolus, Parker 3 4 3 3 Vernon McKlnney. b. h., by Guy McKlnncy. James 1 dlt Time : .03 . 2;0Sii, JtOt, 2:08iv FORCE WARD TO THREE SETS. Slake rroatrraa In Sln-lea and Done lilea of ?facU Tennla Tourney. C. R. Ward of the Apawamls Tennis Club tnado prneress In the singles and doubles of the Nyack Country Club tennis tournament yesterday, but in eath In ataticc he had to play three set matches. In tho second round of the singles Ward lost tho first set to W. K. Bradley of the home club at 7 6, Another hard deuce set followed and Ward saved himself from defeut by pulling It out of tlw fire at 5 7. He had the measure of the Nyack man by this time and lomped away with the deciding set to the score of 6 2. In tho doubles tho Apawamls man was paired with C. C. Kelly of the Nyack (.'. C. and asaln lost the first set to Hehr and WlRhtman. Ward and his partner look tho second at C 4, und in the third finished ntf the opposing pair In a love ret. The tummniles: Preliminary Itound Dr. William Rosen baiim. N. V. T C, defeated W. H. Baldwin, rt'yark C. C i: 1. t 2. Flrat Itound 11 A. L. nionne. W. P. T. C ; defeated I" Terry. Longtvoo.l Cricket Club, s 1, C S. O. H. Norwood, Bnglewood V. C. defeated 1' J. Anderson. Kings County T. C , by default. C. C. Kelly, Nyack C. C. de. feateil A, V.. Hemnielt, llronxrllle T. C, 11, 84, W. niarhe, Ilnglewood K. C d feaieil II. Carlton, EnBletvooo; F C, C 1, 97: C Peck. Ilaveretruw. defeated P. Peck, Ilatersiraw, 4. S 4. 63. C N. Heard, Montclalr A. C. defeated C. Lutklna. Nvack C .. s 2. 63; (J. A. Groesheck. VV. H. T. ('.. defeated W. Hardy, Englewood F, C. 60. 61. Second ltoundG. A. L. nionne. W. S. T. C . defeated W L. Wyeth, N, Y, T. C. 62. 4i I'. 11. Ward. Apawamls T. C defeated If. 13. Bradley, .Nyaik C. C. 67. 7, 2, M. P Peahodj. ,. V. A. C. defeated rj, A. Uartviiod. englewood p. C, s 1, i, 1. .den's Houblrs, Klrst Hound K. Canhad den, Nyack C C. and A. Moore. W. h. T. C, defeated 11. Drake. New llocb'llr. und II. P. Slla, Harvard, by default, i B. Ward. Apa wainlt, and C (J. Kelly, Nyack C. I'., de. fiatvd A Hehr. Amakaaaln, and B. Wlsht nisti. N. V. T. C. 46, 64, 60 CIMA, LEADING, FOULS MARK. Doom lilt l'laitatan nnd Boat Ite (Irea, Harpoon Taken flarr. Qt'lNCT, Mass., Aug. 2". The sonder bo.it Harpoon, with Skipper Chatles Trail ris Adams 2d, won tho second rare of this j ear's .t"rles for the Qulncy challenge, cup this mninltig. SMpper Adams had luck us well as skill with htm, for tho f'lina. snllcd by Uu I.mvell, while leading fouled Ihe bint matk on tlm Inst touiid und letlred from the rner. As f'lina nimn to the muk preparatory lo the beat bark to th" finish line her new did not get In I hn splmiuker boom rjulto quirk enough nnd It "truck tho ni.uk, breaking the flagstaff. It then det eloped Into h lace between Haipnou and Kll.-n, and Harpoon, milling close to the wind, passed dlrectl) lu front of ICIIen, nml llniH tho two boats came to the finish line. Tho minimal ,' . Time, Name and Owner 11. m. Harpoon, I' K. Adams 2d 1 Jt ;j P.llen. C. P. 4'urtl I St 40 lleatrlee. W. M w .md l r.l on Heater, il. 11 It.ibney i 51 00 Meatr, n. tf initmn 1 j 0; Clma, liny Lowell, withdrew. South Atlantic I, ensue, Albany. 6: Jacksonville, a, Columbus, 4; Macon, 0. flatannali-Coluinbla-. Hair. K. I, T. LellKUe, Ilopklnstllle, 7! llrnderauii 1 RtAnavllle, 4. I'larkal Uir, 1, 1'aducah, ', Cairo, 1. . Salter TjS? ARIZONA C Down in the Salt River Valley lived a prehistoric race. Now comes modem man and constructs the great Roosevelt Dam, making the vallry one of the most fertile In the world. C To the homeseeker Arliona offers a fortune in virgin soil that will lend itself to cereals or fruit, alfalfa or oranges, and a climate that is delightful the year round. To the sight-seer it presents the quaint mis sions built centuries ago, and is a veritable store-house for the antiquarian. Southern Pacific Sunset Route Cool sod Comfortable the Year Round Oil Darning LocomotWea Open Window Route For Ititnlure, nits, inormalwn, tickets and nunatioits, eddrtts, phone ot alt 3436 BROADWAY 1158 BROADWAY 1 BROAD WAV rtoos rrseklto tKi l'booa Conditions flother Yachtsmen, ns English Must Tie. Met on Saturday Next. TIOPK FOK TIACIXG TO-DAY Wrecking Lighter Noises Sunk en Aco III., Which Went Down in Monday Trials. A stronc northwest wind kicked up such, a high sea In Huntington Harbor yester day that It won Impossible for the speed j boats to have any tilals. Theses con-. , dltlons were unfortunate for those w ho aro anxious to let the boats have some fair trials. The llrst International nice with the Rritlsh Is scheduled for next Saturday, only four days nway. The harbor was filled with craft of nil sorts nnd sizes with many on board In terested In tho races, but these jachts tucked at their anchor chains all day long, and those on boatd re ere disap pointed. 1 When tho first race was scheduled for 2 o'clock the water was very rough, and although the committee had shortened the course to five miles, hoeping the outer leg well Inthe harbor, it was too rough for racing. The start was postponed for an hour, and the committee went to the outalde of the course In Joseph II. Itoad ley's yacht Alabama to see the conditions. The committee then returned to the start ing line, where the yacht anchored In case any owner might wish to let his boat make a trial. Only one beat put tn an appearance. That was the Saracen, owned hv L. J. Hess of Atlantic City. This boat Is re-' ported to have made 12 miles an hourj In a recent trial. She Is driven by two' T'arkln motors of eight cylinders each. ' but her helmsman. Sir. Hess, decided tho water was too rough for his boat to give an exhibition. If the water la smooth to-day the race will be started at 2 o'clock, and It Is ' expected that the sturters will bo Count C. 51. 5Iankow ski's Ankle Deep, which was hauled out at the Atltln-Wheeler' shops nt Haleslto yesterday; Commodore t J. Stuart Hlackton'H Uaby Ilellanco llf.. James Simpson's Peter Pan V.. V. Kaill Dodge's Minnow, Henry Hnrknczs's new" boat, T. J. Chesebrouph's HeMless III.,' C. A. Chesebrough's Splash, and possibly! anuincr riuny uruance. The Harkness boat Is well thought of by those who ha' e Inspected It. She is alsi) at the Atl.ln-Wheeler yard. This defender Is 40 feet long and Is fltte.j tilth three Antoinette motors of S ollnders each, which drive triple screws. A. Jackson Stone, representing the Hoyal Motor Yacht Club of ISiiKlnnd, vis ited Huntington In the ufteriioon. He crossed over from l.arehmont In a nmtor yacht which flew tho blue ensign of Knc. land and the burgee of the Ilovnl 5Iotor I Vacht Club. With hint wore Herbert 1 Schwlim. I.. O. Spence und Tiittlc Spetice ! nf the Ijirchmotit Yacht Club, of which 5lr. Stone Is nlso a member. 5lr. Stone visited Huntington to arrange for quar-1 tcrs for himself and others In his paitv. Thomas Sopwlth will sti'er the chafleri. I ger JIaple Iwaf IV., -swried by J, 5lackay ! Hdgar, 5Iontucun Hatting, thu designer, I will bteer thn 5Iona, owned by the .Mar- ! iuia ui nsiesey. i ney aio at Lurch mont now with the two boats. To-dat-they aro to have their shafts fitted and will have trial spins to-morrow. On Fri day they will go to Huntington ready for Saturday's race. If the weather permits they will run over under their own power, but If not they win i,o taken on a lighter. A wrecking lighter searched for tlm Ace III., which sank during 5Iondny's trial. The siKit had been marked ttltb a rinr- buoy, and shortly befor sunset the lost uoai was luiinu aim successfully lifted out of tho water. May Bp llolalrd Iiy Otrn Pctarda. Tliere will be no atriko of raring rjcllsts at the Newark Velodrome, nccordlng to .'""'"fci-i -. iiHi'iiiaii anil Hit oniers eon-' eerned, with the exception of Jay Haton nnd .-sormnn Andersun, Instlgatora of the Mot-. The Inst mimed riders deolaro they ,have rtarted a movement that will result 1 In a gcner.il Hi Ike of the rldem at Newark nun me iiirimiiig up or tin- National i'.vcIIiib Association Their Inspiration lies' in nn- uc.un: mr moro money for enrh mce, which deinand has been refused. Carolina Aaaorlntletn. Aliifien-Fnli'in, J. Andersen, . dai?i!ue.,i.l',,r'f' ''1'rlol,, 1 n Innings; (r dishorn, I, (itremllle, "You'll Find This veer That I the Strnnnatf nt HARBOR TOO ROUGH FOR ' THE MOTOR BOAT TRIALS Seer has a Clear, Sparkling Hrifhlnc that Is Irresistible! a 1 Primitive Life Civilization are seen side by adein Madleoa e-i AuM rhoue n.rtor llo TlicChnirmniireeominendsmild.mcllo.v and delicately flu voted whisVct Burke's irith Whiskey is mil J, mellow and delicntel, l'..ivorcd. INAUGURAL Race Meeting AT Havre de Grace. Md. August 29-31 September 2d to 30tli SIX RACES DAILY Admission to Track, $1.00 First Race at 2:45 P. M. Each Day 'Iho Hoyal Blue Line Train No. UI ItaieiM"! 23d tit. at 9&I A. M fool of Liberty SI, at I ijj A, M , arrltlng at Itare Course l P. M. Special Train tit penna. It. It Icaiet Phils, detphla, liruad St. Station, at 12.2.. P M a'l. West Phlla, at 12:28 P. M -direct to track, II. 4 O. Special Tiahi liaie 2llh aud Chesuin St. at 100 P. M.. arrltlng at Harford Lace Courw 3M P. U, Hound Trip 31.00. "Music by Farson's 4th Regiment Hani NEW YORKERS SHOOT POORLY. Mnstachasetta nnd lllatrlct of Polum- lila Divide? Honors. Sea Girt, N. J., Aug. 27. To 5lassa chusetls went the Individual honors Hnd 10 me uikirici 01 l oiumma the t-ui.i honors at tho rifle tournament t-i-da.t The Prealrlenl'a nititi.li ...111. in- ....., hhot by authority of President Taft, was uii i.j juuiie .--erweaui identic li. i..uii of 5Iassachusetts, who thereby captuies tho nillltaty rifle ci.amplonahlp nf tb, United States for 1113. The Fltst D of C tool: from eleven competitors the championship reclmnital match, with the Second Ijlstrlct In second place. I.liut. J. E. Parker of MnssnchusetH capture U the Itemlngtun t.'. M. c. expert match at l.vOO yaids by a record scoic, without ihe tele-cope, set ciite, n straight bull-, fol lotting two bull slghtei-H. The Presidc.-it'a match turned u it 'o be a hut rile. Intucn llie ,.ln.. rt . tU- rlfaniilonplilp lust tjr at Camp v v c-.r:euiii . .ti. itnm nr Iowa, in"1 ST Ceant l.auc, tho Hay State ; uimsstc tlrst heard. of two -.curs nso, boat liini tuy points. Tlm leadern b unofTl.i.l j iiounccincnt were: r,,'1-", ,drlc H. Long. Ma-ta hue' . '".; h'rge.int C. M. Mnc. Ion a .51 r 11nr.1l ti , . .. - ... " "vv... t niirti riaieb ..larint ' orpc. Corporal P Schonebl Mtw 4 CllUKetlS. '.si. l . w..,P.,A , ., , . V Murine corps. iJ3 l.l-ut 1: ' it'i.'in r.:a. ?. ,, . , .. of ( uluillhln. :20, Lleiii. u. II stieph im. Iowa, 217 Coepnul K. .1. Ill.i'. . r.iid ........ , ui i., .11,- i.erfe.i, , nre J.r.V', 1 own'. S13. apt Uliy lhller il' I'lile -. , , . ,.,. u t . abev, llelwr ' ' apt. I'harlcii Mlteeter. New Jers't. !0 Mere...., L'....1, ... .. ... ... ' . . " . . ' ""'" i.-"ii. ,'iii..nrnitri . , Idem .I'ol. William Ti-wee. New .leru The race for the ifghnenlitl chin iitC ship which ended ut l.tiprt ords i'i . tea gab- was unyboily'a until the I"ir-t Pit trlct pulled utvay on the long rntig' bull' eyes, on the aho t range the Tenth IV" svlvanl.i led Willi 9.-.J .t.. ... r. I.lh on the mid-range nnd to get In tenth Th- VleH. Itlaleln. . l. . t . . - 1 . . . --.c.,,. null le.l lUlirtll. t'lr i-e,-.i nlntli. Tlie Seventy-first New York 1 nnl.fr! sccoiul ut 200 ynrds, fell to twelttb mnl Inst on the mld-rnuge and ended 1 .J 'n Tho Second New Jersey lauded un beaten nlso by the two Iowa user, -ri-tlons. The Third New Jersey . etith, tho Fourth New Jerrcv ninth mm rleintill. ...lit. I.., n.... ,.. . .., 1 ,u mr 11-njiis. I 11 .twvi'm Texus, winner of thr champotih!p Ust , ,vi, muck in twcntli and last noicn. .MeClnnlty Anxlon to Sell (Int. Mdn'trbal, Canada. Aug. 27 - Joe J Olnnltf. president of the Newark Hit, national Lea gun team, Is not wit Placts here. Tho Iron 5lan Ir ft i" I'iub lu Toronto Saturday night a a reported from therei as hating that he wati desirous of getting out is said to bo lu Newark for th' i " Push of making a deal, llarr P who Ih in charge here, sam M-d' ' did not tell him nbout his futtii 1 tvh.11 the Icain left Toronto. Tea I, ensue. t'Jllas, , Austin, s., S.in Antonio, S. lialteston I Houston, 12; llenumnnt. u. Waro, 1, Port Worth, 0, Cotton .Mati-a Lenuiie (Ireenwood. 7. Columbus. 2 as Good as 11 LooksT 1 i... , st-iiii(iivinito'ti, lor Iti'ipdiinl ' H e C's. tndltil;n t nirr: tee ll. cr J" from .ipi U'