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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, WB.
Bcntcn lv Forol's Pols. Tliotmh
Umpires Cull Out .Mirny in
JiTBE AND ,Ji;iT TI XIX(i IT
Occnslonnl Pisi'imliMit Notes in
Proross Phillies (Jo Wild
on TJiise Piitlis.
Seeing that they wore bonked with the
rhllll'R losteiil.if the l!!itit unit thriiugli
the process nf plating tin-in, tl- cjunki-rM
addlnc one tniiio 1,1 their s'iiii nf
victories over tin- i h. miliums Tin- I l f:t !
beat th Cubs and nil 1 i 1 1 rmi-hod second
place. The) hate won tln sorb- from
the "best club In th- league" tilth some,
thing to spare. Tim ('(rdltinls made It
three straight from Hip Hod., nml It's,
again time for n now manager In Cincin
nati. The Ilrooklyn-Hnston game was
topped by rnln.
Yretrrilnr'a It ran It a.
FMIaaelphla, : Now 'fork. !.
nttibtirg, 4. Chicago, t
At. Lout.. 3. Cincinnati, i
lli.tnn-ltrnokh n -liuln.
Standing nf the Clnba,
Phltai)?lphla In Nw TorV..
Hrooklm In Ilonton.
Plrtiburt In Chlraco.
With John McGrnw awny the tilants
rtMn't play very well yciti-rilny. Tln
Phillies beat thfin bv a sroro of 9 to 3.
Ths Giant. plnyfM a rnrt-less nml liinH
and wabbly pnrt of rhiih. more a If
they tvpro kllllnir time betwirn now nml
nt Tuesday than nnythlnc vl'p Report
liHd It that MrOrnw wan In WiiMiltik'toii
rttnplnB on the trail of the ltt-l Pox, but
whether he a- then- or w,i somewhere
elie In reponse to order, from Foirel to
explain how his team item the pennant
without iipklni; KoRel'M t-oiient tii bo
nianticer tin not In evidence He h.nl
anotlvr ni.il-hlft team In the Held, ren
ins leRllllll and Rit'lllR MllllltllteH SI
chance to limber up for next neek In case
'liei are needed.
Whatever the rennn th l'lillllfi had
n uond deal nf fun with the (ilaiit, Mich
n tile I'lllel- Mere, ,tealltlR ll leK for one
h'.IIK III tile li,idi't ntld IliKll ll.llld.-det
It .lllliei They stole llhlle the pit, her
It l- llnldlllR Ille lull, while t, a IMtlllef
a holtlltiR the ball, while tin. " Mas
beltif M.ed b.K'a ftolll i Htcher I. p '( her
and in other tmcontvntlonul whjs, they
AIo the Quakers did some bunch!,-; of
Int. on MuriUaid and Te.re.iti and
tlirouch tin- tuedliim of I.udetu (reitil
the Mn, ill and Mittienhit lllppaut inlndeil
cloud to .111 Iridescent exlilliltlon of tlr.
base pi ly NolhmR In-tter than l.uderu-i'f
11 urk at the tltn tepee linn tieen .een In
sotiie time At takltiR throws mid luakinR
them he Mitried an effiilRi-nlly 11 k Venus,
wlm I. a member of the ladles basehall
leim in the Celeutlal I.e,ll'le, the x.lllle
pirtt Mho started a lot of tionble once
tilth an apple
Marqiianl and Tesreau divided the
pltelnnR, .Maripiaid taltlnc th tlrt lite
InntnR Thl diilsinn it a a per
schedule. Whit Ihei ill, I 11.1 more of a
prep for them Ihan anythlni: i le, .1 tuning
up to pet leady for the lied petll. Con
sidered together tin t tui ed up rather
r!lcnrrtntly, iteie a bit out of tune Tint
10 mv neither pitched In form part'eu
larly encouraclni .Maniuard pllrhed the
btter nf the two In hi llrt four !n
IitnR the Ilube hii l as much a he ever
did fn his life, speed and et ei 1 thltiK. Tim
1 'hit' nere hunched -n blm In the fifth, but
they wouldn't ham ti tit t If be didn't Riven
n his? '.11 ball and I, nulled a bunt 'villi
bad jiidRmcnl All told the Knlw looked
7ietty Rood. The I'lif 1 ! lew iap.e,l Temenn
freely, and he iva wild a-i.l his support
The imifilrr went rtsht or uinpl'ltiR
and RlvliiR decllon as thev them
Ml tlte i'lo. decision weie iiRaltist New
York. Oiih I111I11R ,1 nunilier nf that hind
on the baes. and ris the I'hlllle oti.
this Is one Rami- in uhlrh the mnp.te
have been iiRht The (Hants doubtbs
believe several del Ivlrpin lli-te limited, but
what they thlnl; iloin't inattei If Koi-el
I Patltfl'd llevnti. IIihm iU hat In Hie
rtlr over one iieli.n and Shafer threw
hi Rlnte in the a r over nnnth. r It I 11
ROIld tllltlRS I'OR.I d,,,t cec them or he
mlcht have sentcned ihein to wtlte the
world's serle f,.r the lini!u yn, 1. ,-,
der I"ORel :
With rcfel manv mile away the inn
pile called o main fh-ilie out lliat
they didn't teach the plate until the Mfth
'null R Thlnl. of that : llohhi-d lor f.,ur
-niiRs; Mamuaid p.ied Kimbc In siait
'I. inulHR aid I '.ml, 111 hunted I'oih-'
fieluiR that r,i-,. I i. mid appiove of th-
! 1' Ilube IhleW (0 second loo ale to Ret
It-ihe On hit In Kil!:r.. und I'.iskeit
i"o FiRcl Hilli.ihertiM fled Inline As
lilt r ivite nif. ,i n-uuai tiiiloiim
tiett rot ciilid 001 l.j the refoiiin-il
M il's Juice ct ,i..( ;
,l- iii-t cut l-i with 11 inlly In Mi.
1. Ill mid scot id ln'ce. but sIi.'imi ll;,.
! eld Ih"'u to 1I11: inimiillv 11. t. hef
i ;.il an. 1 lonk Hiii, I on Ti i.,iu's hll.
i-. ilolll.i Hid scoicil I'll cl'..--, Te
1 Rolni' i'i tlilir! i-o ioi1..'h hI.ivjI. in
II' T- s. noi b-liiK Hi,. KMlfii st !
111 rinHtiiiii, i.ik nip;.., I m t,.
S'li-dKrai. .-IpkIciI to 11.,. i,,tit.i
I.iiiiih bcul IT iiiniii.-K thi,,v o ihe
lie.o.e hit f ihlv f,, r .
mm me .-c: t 1 1 - ivilii ulc, l 1 .
itnvil'id ti til U'lllltei 1,, l.tdeius'
1 ice iisulti mn! hei I ,. no,, .,( prj.i
I 'o; i at hotiti
" hi I.ii.Iciiis mi;, I i.,..,t ) Ml.
'i iiuhireil with a U.i n'
d 1 -ei 'rounder ,, )m,, 1
tine p.i.i,. I'l,l,.,. I,.,.,,,,,,..,! h..m..'
'' l '' In"' 1111m lu ihe ni,
feio-dill on a w ilk I,y Mho.-i.. IU
In .Miller, '-i-iil,1
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n 11 11 11
31 : 1 27 1 1 2
1 o 0 'i -i n 1
o o 0
f-It -I ha.e rit errot I'l ll,t.,.-, ,. '
h.e. Phllatlrltihla. 7: Net r,r V "" '
en ball. 1,11 , halmm. '.' off lr ,', hl it
.T??l ' -' . '' '"" ' 'i'l1'''.- l, i -Mai
1 ' I'-inoii. 1 hr . ha.,-hit' t,;,,
ler,r;'e1 Vfc .n.-.,
'ru"Vr Kl Ibr l one
& eV: .' :er', r'p-.ea"?,!,, 'WU" 'V .
I la I ; '
J J: 4 .J o ' u
if. 2. O O - 71 B CJ
Nw Tor " tj'Vi I 17 li H ISdOl xJT
Pittsburg 7' 13 To 14 15 t 1ft 2 M
Chicago i.v s 'it in i.i 17 17I s ni
Cincinnati A.10 10, 6 13 It 11(74 71)
Philadelphia 4 8 to 1.1 II 71 4S.)
Bt. Louis 7 7 7 t ll 10 12 A3 417
Brooklyn i M t 11 : 1.1 r,7'ssft
Bolton .1 4 It'll V) 7 4', .si
Otmil Loit 4nl57lM'77 77'RS 01 100
CUBS FALL FURTHER AWAY.
Plrnlcs Win Hnlljr Portion Willi
ilnin lliildliiti the I'm I,
' Critr tun, Hi I 1 'III" Pirates In"1 th'-lr
jil.iilv itn mi limn tin' tub lo-ilnv I lie
I wimp il, r 1 1 no tin 1 In 1 nml (nir,i n
tin' sluiuhlihg block riiini tin- Ciih st.iiul-
' pi'iill I licni'V lost UK w-iiiiiiI until- I11 III"
, I'll ro In two tint 1 .if
., ,n. 11 .. .1.. i.i... 1.
in til" i!;lt .
i In- -1 nil
I'l I'lSI'i llli. ('UK Mil) , V I, .
nil r h i a r nil r h p a e
M HI I .311 I II 2 2 ,1 II Shd-li'it If ..I II I I 11 II
( in) if .1 11 11 1 1 11 Mniir.if 11 1 2 11 11
lltnit.rr .', 11 I '.' I n linker. I 11 I I :i I
Warier. .i t 2 1 I n ,.tirati..ih a 11 n '.' 4 11
.'.at-. lb .", 1 .1 ft 11 11 .Schiiln-.rf .1 o 11 .'i n 11
"llnm.if '.III 11 11 snlcr.1l .1 11 inn I I
H Uli-r.'.'ii .ill!' I 11 livrrs.'jh :i 11 1 11 :i 1
l.lbson.c 3 11 I 7 11 I Arrlii-i.r 3 n li n
Ailanivp I 11 1 11 1 11 ( In iii-y.p 2 11 I 11 11 11
Ulillild I 11 11 11 11 11
Total 81 11227 7 I llnilirii.p n 11 n I ii 11
Tntol. 2" I .i2?ll 3
(Hi Untied for Cheney In Ihr ilghth liinltiir
l'liilniri ii n I n 11 ? 11 t o-4
Oilmen n n 11 1 n n 11 n o i
l.rll tin lmi-. I'lit-tiiire. II. I'lilrntn. : I'lrM
tiRMMin linll IW tilntn. I, iit!('lii-ll(-y, Slrilrk
mil Hf ,ilnm, :,: liy fhi-npy. hy llt-iilbni-h, I
I'wo ht- lilt t iiirnrr. ('lit tii-j . Ailntti 'I'liiri
Iiiim-IiII Mtrr Sun Itlti-hit I'urrv. '.': Iliiilci,
Ailntn .stnini hnr Htnti ImuMi- pint
llntlir nnil (itnv: Cnrv nml (ilhnn I'mnlrr
iivtcti ami iirrnmn. rime I liniir ami 4.1
BURK RESCUES CARDINALS.
llrdilliiK WrnkciiliiK When Itrllef
Mnt Spia In Co Check Itrda.
St Iipis. Oct 1.- The Cardinals
hrouxht the National I.eaciie baseball sea
son here to a ".-lose this nflernoon by tak
Iiir tin- third strHlRht Ratne from the Cin
cinnati Hed. score :i to 2 Phil HeddltiK,
from the Columbus, (la , club of Ihe South
Atlantic l.e.iRUi', pitched Rrand ball for
clRht InnlliRs of the route, but weakened
after omt man was down In the ninth, and
Sanford llurk, the Cardln.iN' champion
relief hurler. hnd to he called In to stop
tin- itccls rally, (.cotce Siiri;, the bet
nurier on natiK (.1 u.iy s statT, lilew up
inter twlrllhR six InnliiRs of Rreat ball,
the locals Rettlni; four of their seven hits
In the last two round The score.
ST. l.Ofl.S (N. 1. 1 , CIM'IN.VAll
ab r h p ,1 r nu r h p n r
tlarw'y.Sh .1 o 11 4 2 n ll-rl-er.lf 3 11 I 0 11
Matcedf. 3 I I I 0 u llates.rf 3 0 14 11 11
Mnrcyjli3 i) 11 (i 4 0 llnhl'r'l.lb .'( 0 11 to 11 0
hontv.lh 3 0 I 14 (i 11 Mltclii'll.tf 1 I 11 I 11 u
(sthi-r.rf .112100 Almeliln.Sb 4110 2 11
iimirr.s ;t o 1 2 11 11 (.rant. 4 0 2 1 .1 0
(lakrvrf .1 II I 2 0 (l,l.tllel.2ll 3 o II 0 3 (1
Miyilrr.c :i I I 2 1 11 .srvcrrlil.e 3 0II1D
llfdO'llir.P 2 o II O 2 0 Suits. p 3 II o 0 (1 II
llurk. 1 0 0 o 11 0 11 al'hel.in .1 11 u 11 11 11
Tntalt 2iJ 3 727 18 0 Total. 30 2 i:1.1 0
a 11 3 1 ted for Sue; In the. ninth Inntnic
Cincinnati 0 o 11 0 o o 0 11 2 2
Si UmK 0 0 0 0 11 0 2 1 3
Tun liar hit (iratit. Ilanser Three l.ntc
Ml Ainclda Sactlllce lilt lloblltrll, Mmt
tiy, Mittrer, Hedillnc, i.alloMay Mulcn lisfe
IWhrr. t'atlier lio-ible plays Calloway.
Hauvr and Koney, 2 I'lrst bae on hall tttt
IteiMtnR, 4; nil Hurl,. I Striuk out lly Suititi. I.
by llurk, I; by lidding, 1 I'ltrhlnir record (lit
Kcddlnc.n till. 2 run In cljtit and one-third I11
iilnc Left on tioc m l.ouh, 3 Cincinnati, 7.
1 mpltr Hh(ln 'lime I hour and 40 minute
CONNIE MACK TO AID RED SOX.
lhlet lea (Ippoae I liiiiiiitona In Se
cret St-aslnii Tii-duy,
Pint.tiii.i.pHiA, Oct I. In return for
the ttalnltiK which Owner McAleer of the
Un-ton tlub Rate the Athletics u year
,iro, it lien they were tuned up for tint
world's serbs by all all Htar HRKreitatlon
of Ameilcaii l.eaRiie players, Connie
.MHi'k Iiha arratiRed tu leturu the courtesy
and the lloslon lied Sox arrived lu till
cli.i to-nlRht and to-moriow till! prau
the Mlth the Athletic some new plays
and new hIrii.iW Tot the world's set leu
Tin- inaction Mill be behind closed Rate
und the time R.itne tilth the HoMon team
1I111I11K tin- final series of the season will
he used to try out the plats that Afan
.iRcr Stahl ties lu mind to check the
Theie nlav ha been a warm bond
of friendship bettin-ii Mack and .Mc
Aleer und Ihe shiewd leader of the Ath
letic has much to tell the Union player
of the tllant Possibly no manaRer In
the hulnes ha. Mau.iRer MoGratv slze.1
up as itell as Mack, not because he won
Ihe woild'e eerles game lal fall, but
beciuse he has m1mhs been
or the men.
Mack wants the Hed Sox to win. nnd
It I said that he has n definite plan of
battle In his mind that he ivants to out
line to Stahl und MoAleei and that Han
Johnson, who put throush the airntiRe
iiieiit. ordered the lloston It am to tret all
the initio Cut Connie Mack could Rite
CHIEF TROPHY GOES TO COPS.
I'lnem llefrnt rtreioen nt HnarliiilT
In MiikkIiik titiinr.
The policemen'. haseiiall team defeated
tin- tit omen team sterdny afternoon In
in., -econil and final Ratne of thill seil.s
at WushlhRton I'.irk. Ilrpoklyn. ilv nln-
iiIiir eteiday's R.une the pollen are en
titled to the chief tropin- The Ratne fiotn
"iai to tiiiiii was feaiut.-d by heavy Ii!t
t.nir on both sides
Mandt. Mho started for the cop, was
touched up in the emit InnlnRs mid hid
to be rellet'id h llolitet, n (in pitched
Hell until the ninth session He allowed
Ihe Hie eaters hut one hit until the final,
it hen It was so dark that In- could hatdlv
'ee the plate. Thl m counted foi the
llienien eotltiR four runs
Knin. who opened for the firemen,
had in be taken out und wa rellei.-d bt
The scot e :
i'nllrrmeti . 1 1 2 n 1 2 2 ; o i"in"
I Irrnirn n I 3 o n 1 11 1 4 ii, ;
Ull.itterli Mandt. Ilmiii r und -niil. Kenat .
Motiilrll nml sitil-h and Souiliuiii, "-"' .
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Next M im.i v I..HI, leaill Mill K l.t-1,1,,,1
"Ml ,it, f, .,,.,, ,,ru,.,, , rlH
Snen PHt.l..,rK i-ninlilers who enld bane.
.v. .'"'Vi'." '.,;,.,"r"!'', ,(" " '
Hretr... ,r,. I,,,l, f n,,, ,,r,e, utlone
I'ahkerl h.t I.e. n kIi,i,.,i 1... v.... .. ....
l.llnlr, ., I.I ... .. - "' .I ''." ",r"
III I'llH idi'lpld.! it lii ri i,,il,',li ,..,
he has in.,. !, f. s ,f,.i,. I,, ,,
I It I M
III! Illr, II
I'li.nle. Mt,ln ti f,,tln ChlciRo
timniati. ha ttrllteii to ,.)i x 1 ruIi,
.iiiM.iiiiliiitif lilm i,ti the i-enn.uii t f
','",'! " """ hupliiu Ihe ltrr .,,,
bullitlll of the .V,itlnl
I till! I llH IL.Ml,,,. .1.1. ,
'"' ' '" '" "I one 1 iMi,.r. ti
1 IIIIMR llllllliler. MIC I M.I,, III li,,- !.
I 1 11.1 l.e,lRir '
i-iinslileraliU 11,0 1,1 .,v sm(, ,,it,.,nK
tl.mln i.-''.,.,,. ,.i l,ee ,iK ,
ni,i.isi,.i, . i,- ,Ht, iiii.um , , "'
,in,l Hie hlr,, hi l.oui, , r,i, ,,
hps sitd I'l.h.iuo i i, run nnd t nli.
I'r. 1- Miri'i fur ,1 iioiion
There m i ncre piutMlm; lh or,.,
Vs'n'n.'? w"" S r'"' ti'ei.,iy nml rft
130,000 hll mi 11 ll.lnle,l. Tin- LeMIni; .
t.ld.lt ...llllniie.l t ' t li,,,,,,,.
luili.r 'e, in i -, ,, :' 11",, "
.l.il.-il .HI Ihe II..,.,,, ,,., H, "".
v ,l iii en il '
Miiriloc ii Minn 11 I named n niHriaKei of
lie lette Haute l,, f ,1 , '
A It l inn,., i!,,. -l-.r,,, ,,, ,, ..,,.,,
ii-.i(e,i Miupi,) I., i,t t.iiii ),,, u,B ,,, ;
Cornell Holds Milled,. ;..,
iTItll'l, N V, in I I -At a II.eelliiR of
Ihe Cornell Ithletl,. Council Umur.. Hi-
till It'tfil. the plesillt Rl.ldll.lle 111, III,'!!,, -i
of the Athletic ,.n ,.1 1 11 111, wa i iu..,iai ,
foi ,1 period of tin ei i,.,ns. heyinnlir' to-
0.1.1 1 Hi l.ll'IIIIV l U, '!,!, '.Ill-
"I II lie II last
Mile -e. '
I. I'd it lot t
Ki'iiil; livlno, 'to. 1
pies,.,,t, ii - 1 ..v hi, iMseb.iii ,.
ilser, W Vt llowl.e. si, foothill ,.
tisei.l-: I' t,.,w,.. ... ,.k V.,. , .
lliodii. . nii.inil.I ,,,li ,-i... .,,
, - - - . . ii,- 1,1 unv. 1
ing nw-arih of Hie inalot noons -r-- i 1
1,.1'iball Mere intHled Gnnlon. High,
'nwer. Iilt. Ilutler, Cute, N'l-Iw-t. O'Con.
Pll Mehlrlck. Hills, llalstend nnd Ki-
naiebsll, Pnlo Hrnandi, To-dar a-tn n u
K,,),,i " """
.mil Miilkiff Aids With
One Wild lleiivc.
Mel N N I'lS
OI.'KAT STOP HY
liert liiiniels Likewise rioiiffh:
l' Dirt, (intspinjr Hot Liner
I'roni .Murphy's lint.
Th lllrlil.itidc yesterdiy roiindeil out
.111 etcn one hundred dele.it, ilropplnR
Ihelf thlnl slralRht Ram. to the Athletics
They were only 11 d.i behind the lloslon
Ntillonal In n-arhliiR the iTutiny mark.
The lied Sox Rave the Washington 11
driihblnR nml the latter are tied with Inn
Markmen for second place.
Philadelphia. 4; New Vork, 3
llotnn. 12, Washington, 3
Rtsmdlita; mt the CI aha.
i- ii- X " 5
Pi 11 Is 17 ib uaj jiiT
13 IS Itl4 13 Kl'7c97
10 14 ISjl- 17' t'"lSi
11 10 13 13 74 ?4M
Iloiton u 13
Waihl'ittcn 10 7
Philadelphia "a 13
Chlcxin 6 pi
Cleveland ,. It 4
l'etroli a a w
ft l.ouli & a ti
New Topk 2 a t,
Uame Irtlit . . . . id rjl CO
, . - f 11 ,., I
i'-i", ' I
1)3' It r.lr 4M
6 0, ! 9 4?34ll
9 C'l.1 , 41) 32w
(71 77 I'l 0 100 I
Cleveland In SI. I.nula.
ciilcaxn In Detroit.
Pnii.APri.pntA, Oct. 1 Hunched hits on
lt.it K'eatliit,- and Mldklffa wild throw
setit the HlRhldiidei hw.iv from Phlbi
delphla to-day ttitli another defeat added
to theli lecoid, this time the revt re beliiR
4 to .1 On combined hits the Athletics
onli outhlt the Ne Vorks bv X to 7, but
the Ma. kineu made their Unities, at the
rlKht time, while (he HiRhl.inders found
both Salmon and Penuock, .Muck's two
kltideinarten left hainlei, otil.i when the
base Mere clear.
The K.inie endtd the season's series be
tween MHCktneii and IllRhlandeis. to.
davs victor) b-liiR the I'hlladelphlan'H
setentienth nut of tin- incnty-two Karnes,
A Rteat stop by Stuffv Mcltines In th..
elshth louiid piolMbly uled the llli:li
land.'ts fioiii om t t ins the name Into extrn
Inning. With tu, down T.nldock drew
pas. Then W.ilteitpn substituted
Steriett at Ihe hdt foi Smith. The foimer
I'llncetun boy smashed a ' -ilrti- clotit
down the tlKht II- '.J 1011I ht.e and tlm
drive looked Rood for at te,. 'hree liases
nnd .1 tun for Neit Vork. Mclntie. tioiv-
etir, tlitunllt threw himself head first
at the ball. ili.in.iK-il to sttetoh out his
aim iihlle lilm; 011 the Ktound, knock
iIumii the tliitii: sphete with his mitt and
'Oter It II) time lo tdR the base liefoie
St-lrett leached theie
A tine catch bv llert Daniels hIsh .-lit
down the Athletics run inakltiR In the
foliith, Theie. Mete two down, one 11111
ill and Lapp it a perched at aecond when
siiirpiiy wnuzeii u luw savaRe drive over
McMillan's head Daniel came tenting
In foi the ball and limned foiwntd In
time lo take It off the gra befoie It lilt
Ihe turf. The force of 1,1 lunse fornnrd
tlnetv him on his fare, but he held the
The tlctory with the Washington- de.
fat enabled the local club to tie up fur
The scute :
NLW VOUK lA II. PHII,AI)l:l.PHI t,A I. 1
ab r li ti m e ui. ri... - ..
MMI.lf7.3b. 1 u u 1 1 : 1: Ai'i.hvVr 1 ,, ,,
inase.lb Sous u ,1 Uat'rrl.cf I 1 2 1 u 1
ll.llllrls.ir 4 1 I 1 0 II Cniis,2b I 1 t 2 I II
I'lltrii.rf 4 11 0 t 0 11 n.tki-r.:ib 2 11 2 1 3 o
IMtMoci,.2b .1 01220 .tti-tmifh 11. . 11 .11
Snilth.cf 2 o 0 3 u 0 IWiWi.lf 3 I 1 i u 0
Sierrein-r I 0 11 0 0 0 lltrn.'i 4 1 11 11 -i
M Millali.ss I 1 .- 1 J u Iwipp.r 4 o 2 Pi I I
Secnry.e 4 u 1 7 4 I .Salmon, p u o u 0 11
hiatlnif.p 4 I 2 u 2 II l-eaniK-k.p 2 o 0 0 2 1
Totals JS 3 72412 3 Total 32 ft H27IO ft
M.e.tt V:"i. 1 0 0 ,0 1 u II 0 1 3
1'lilladelpMa u 0 2 1 0 1 11 11 1
Two bae bit Moitgrrl Sacrincr hit. Walsh.
Smith, Salmon. MI1IU1IT Slolen bases Daniel
i3i, Harry. ( 011111, WaUh r'lrat bo-e on erfors
e Jork. 4. Plllladelplil.1, 2. Uft 011 bases
I'hllaileipiiia, , New ork. 7 -iiruck out lly
Silitioti i: by Krxtltiic. I. by IVniiock. 1 llasr
oil ImIIs OB PrmiiH-k. 1 oil healltiR, 1 l'ated
Iml s sinrrtir), lipp I niplre In chief lllurrn
I leld umplrr lUti. 'Mine 1 hour and fA rnln-
RED SOX CAPTURE FINAL.
.I11111 Sennlura Into Tie With the Ath
letics lied lent Consistent.
WaMiin-ist-hN', Oct 1 llnaton won the
fli'il Rinne of the season In WashltiRloii
this af let noun, takliiK the Nationals Into
camp hnndlli, 21 to 3 (iioom, with 11
teeonl of nine stiulRht tlclnrles, was ml
eiably suppoited mid hll haul, beliiR re-
lleted by llhRel ill til,. eR HurIi He-
dlent twltli-d onnslsteiit ball thtoiiKhout,
Ill'IdlPK WlllihlURIOU to six sIllRles
Spmker had .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j u t- leiord for the dav,
coiuhiR In the hat six lltnes. oonuectliiR
for one till mid diawltiR five base on
bllll l.ewl Hll, I (i. 111,111 ei the lespei-
live tenuis at the bat, each 1 onriectliiR
Sllfelt Ihree littles
The Ited Sox left for Pliihidel phi ii to
niRht on nu emit ttaiu, and ulthotiRh to.
morrow 1 an olT da.t It was announced
bv MannRor Stahl that Ihe American
I.eiiRiie champions would lull In a hard
afternoon's practice. Il.i tlrtue of to
day's defeat -the Semlois nnd Athletics
me tied for second place
The ooie i
WA.SIIlNd'IO.V 1 IIIISION (A I.i
all r II p a e .t, , , . .
Muellrr.rf I t 1 :l I I llunprr.rf ft o ! I ,,
I .isiir..Hi 4 o 0 (i (1 3 erl.rs.-.-h a u I 0
.Mllan.if 4 11 0 I 11 I UriiR.-.-b 0 0 0 I ii 11
(ian.lll.lb 4 2 312 0 11 Speaker ,rf I I I I
l..ipiille,2b 3 11 I 2 I I) la w Is, If 0 4 3 3 1 1
Siiiiiiks.it :i 11 1 1 0 11 c I'.ng, l,:ib 1 2 1 1 1 1
U'llildess I 0 0 0 I I Main, lb f, t in ,, ,',
lleiiry.c 3 11 11 s 1 o iiRi.r h li 1 j 3 .
(ii' n.p .' n o o 1 0 Tliilniii,e ft 0 1 n A
iilKlir I 11 0 11 0 0 Hi-client, p ft ti 11 o .-i n
I Kiu-il.p I o 1 o -i'i .1 u
millllain. II o 0 11 11 11 Total 1.1 13 1127 13 2
Till a I XI 3 27 II A
ni. limed for lirooin In the .eirutli Innhi?
lliitcd for I'ni-ei 11, ihe 1,1, 111, !,,,,,in""
lloslon 2 11 1 1 n ,) . n n
Uiishiinflou . 1 n n I 11 1 11 ii 11 3
I'lrHi-bise on ;-rrnr MnlilaKion. I, Hosnm, f,'
lft on haves WashlllKlon, ft, llnlon. s rirat
b't a balls lilt Unheal. 2; ott (iioom 4 oil
filler I. 1
llllllncs Tillche,! lu- .........
Illk'i'1.2 lilts (lltliriiutll.S. ott H11 tel... tii,,,
pin lit neiiicnt, 7; by (irimiti. a. bv i'iiVXi -i
I mo base hlls Miirber. (iamlll, I tpurte lew1, s
Surlilic hit .Shank Slulen buns Henry.
speHier. Mill. Limine 111, l ....... '.V ! .?.'
Ilcdliiii , Mueller, Pns.ed hall Minry I'm.
I'll" I l Ills I t'lfan 'lliiie J ..,i r? ....1"'..
I' our and 211
Doduer. .Inst Storied, Knit. Cnnies.
IlllSI NX I let I l, ,1 1 1 1. ..
1. 11 .. K.11, in neiiieeil
,'r , 1 . Hl ""
i'Ioim' third Inning hecMisn
V'i " i'1"! '"U""'"! I'V n cold
cM": '""'I'" '""'i "!" 1,111 "'Toss In the
pin veil In-inorinn-
American .In in per Sperdleat.
Sprrlnt Cablt Deipntch to Tns Rn.v
.inis, Oct 1. -Sliver Cherry, own by tho
American. T. W. Myera, won the Prix du
Mont-Agel.a Jumping race, of ,ooo franrj
H.i,.0!'? i0-!Y- Elht other horses
ran. the distance being 2.R0O meters. Jockey
llead rorfo the Amer cn winner. '"""f
HIGHLANDERS VS. GIANTS.
).lnrl Inri Will Srr f.ihlhltlnn Gnmr
! ill I'nlii (Iriiiinila Moniln),
I All rxlilliltlnii Rain fnr th" rntr-rlHln-
mint nf tin- mUma nf tli flret tth'.rh will
'in- licrii it-i Ht-ik will In- pt.ijrd by the
dunlin nml lllRhl.inili'r it t Mm 1'oln
" 1o u't-iock
.lohn Whalen, treasurer of th New
it! National I.eHRin- tlub, who has Ihe
matter In hand, said .tostrrday tint (len.
' ""r, V ""lerhaus would be
(-,. r, in 1 r-,i-i.,-,..n iijB iirioy nun nnty.
losether with Major (injnnr and other
dlRnltnrle No admission will be charKed,
but the pubic In Reneral till! not be In-
t iled. Picaldent T. .1. Lynch will nsslcn )
lo umpires for service on this occasion.
JONES HIS CLASS PRESIDENT.
Cornell Seniors filve lllm Honor
Without NiimlnntlnK (Ippnnenl.
ITIIAC. N V . Oct l-.Tohn Paul .Jones,
CnnieU's Rreat distance runner, has been
elected president of the senior class at Cor
nell I nlterhlty AlthniiRh the elections
for all class nlllcers will not be held until
to-morrow, no nomination was inndn to
oppoe Jones and when the time limit for
making nominations expired Jones became
president bv default,
'I his proof of his popularity. Is the highest
honor In the Rift of his class and together
tilth his captaincy of the Cornell track and
cross-country teams Riies him more hltrh
minors 111,111 nnv onn man nas neiu in uie
historr of the iitilvnrsitt Jones entered
Cornell finm WashliiRton, I) C, ami Is a
a! talent In mechanical erKlneerlntr. In
hi second rear ho estiildlslu d a new ttnrld't
aliiateiit record for the mile run and has
n Ioiir 111 or athletic ichtei ements lie
tias a member of the Ameilcan niimplo
BUI NOT 10 CHALLENGE US
Intends Only to Tour Cnnndn
nnd the West. Letting
Sir Thomas Upton, It Is expected, will
leave 1'nRland for a visit to this conn-
lit- 111.1l V.it 111 ,lu t- Mrine tetmrt b.ive
been cabled that he Is coming bete to tty
to arrange another nice for the Atner-
lea's Cup. which he nlrcidy bus tried to
iv n three times w th the Shamtooks
This repot t I contradicted by A. W. Mel
vllle, who Is the repiesentatlve of Sir
Thomas Upton In this cuuntr This
visit of Sir Thomas Is to be one of pleas
ure, he says, mid while jachtliiR Is his
favorite sport, he dues not expect to dis
cus yachting nt all.
Three year men Sir Thomas canie hete
to make an extended tour of this coun
try, which he neter has been able to do.
He wanted to visit Canada, ctos the
Koekle. sea the fur Went and Pacific
coast and then visit the South, but nfter
he had been here u few weeks he was
called home on Impoitant business and
had to cancel all etiRuKi'iuents. Now he
I coming t iiitluue what he stalled
then. He will spend u few days In New
Vork mid then so to Canada befoie the
weather Rets teiy cold, lie will visit To
tonto. Montieal, Quebe. Ottawa, Wlnul
peg and cro Canada to the Pacific
coast. Then his Intention Is to tlslt Sun
Kianelsco und come back to the Kast by
wny of Denver mid St. Lotll. with Iis'.
sllily u side trip to the South. Then,
after 11 stay In this city he will return
Speaking of this trip recently Sir
Thomus said- "The lepoil that I am ro
Ing to try to arrunee another race for the
America's Cup I not correct. I um still
nnxloii to uiranRe another race that
nothing would please me more than that
the Ncm- Yiiil. Yacht Club should agree
to a rue under Its own rule of measure,
inetit I hnve stated my stand many times,
so that evert- one knotis what I want and
m here I stmid It I an old subject now
and I expect to do nothing In the matter
while I am In the I'nlted States"
DARKNESS ENDS TRENTON RACES.
Trot 1 1 or In Si 111 Claaa Proves to lie
(live mill Tube Affair.
Tbknton-, N .1, Oct. 1 On account
of darkness the 2 19 class Hotting on
the opening day's programme of the
Inlet state Pair meeting could not be
finished to-day and wtm cuirled over
10 to-motrow Foit Otaugc Lad, a buy
ReldlnR bioiiRht down fiotn Syracuse
bv A M Ituthbun. stood to win by rea
son of his belter time In the Initial heat
Hem he Just nosed out Anna C, a C.is
cade mare, ftom the local track The
second licit went to Van M . a Phlladel
Phla entry, which passed the Lad at the
quarter and stayed In front The third
boat went to Klastlc. a stallion owned
bt lleinsen A ',,st, at lloslyn. L. I. It
was onlv here that the newcomer showed
am thing like form, for he was all but
distanced In the flrt ttio heats
The othei event on the catd were won
easily Th- 2 27 class Dotting brought
out so many entries tliHt the Meld tins
cut In half The management hunR up
an additional $.100, creating 11 putso of
Jlt'O for each division
A number of New York and nrooklvn
horsemen came lo see what William II
StiatiR'a Puttie Illrd could do, She never
acted more titatlc than she, did In the
tlist two heaf of the flist division of the
slow ttot. In the final heat she showed
her regular winning form, coming a
stioiig thlnl fnim out of the bunch In the
sireirn Mie ,, (n(n H1y ...
back to Hronkln, however.
The .summaries :
., :"? r!f:s- trotting, first illusion, purse. i4at
Merile Chime, br 111 , In chltne (Mcl'ar.
landi. 1 . 1
Kejii-y,b tr . li Mail Mir Id Medium iliatlsi 4 3 ;
.y ' xr c.- b Miniita iKathbiini 324
Ihe Niece, b. in., b The bondsman
il'aiken s . .
Panic Illrd. 10 111 iPliimaiii . , a j s
l.oiln len. if r in. Llnuesi 5 7 a
Mob. b if iPntnl ? I
I'liiiiiuaiidM It . b. g il'opei 7 a s
nine ; 2 ;i,. ; li 4
2 27 rlas. ironing second Uh Islon purse, $im
Hiiiihiii, br s, by Tho llondnmiiti iNlcrrl
Meld I j 1 ,
!!r'-,".",7l-ul.k lt -.,, ' 'el Kohl ll'lllma) 2 2
laron lUlkes, b s bv Prince (llcru main 2 7 3
. . , 11 , s . ui nritiiiaii i-.cniieiieri 3 4 4
...... inn..., 11 r ,r,irj 1
llle.Malllilrer.il ir illmlsi
ft 3 ft
a n a
7 a 7
.lane li , b 111 Hlolmrai
000 i iiimes. 11 il'cacockl
lime 2 2H, :a-.4. .:.iij.
r;2cla narltnr nurse. I.vir
:11111m Hal, b in. by Hal II illalhbuni
1 I 1
noiirrmn 1 . cu e .
b) lloirbiin Patrhen
Troublesome, blk. m , by
iiutinok, i n s . b) Dictator lO'Connelll .
A .. si.' K '"'launin .4
1oddyMlm.ro ir ilienibl 7
Desire, h in iMacI'arlandl ft
Pintle Ijike. b m i4wlsi 11
l.liiilii U-e. 1, ni i.Mershnnl
'lime 2ji(, 2 16',, MMl
2.10 rla, 1 rot tin ir nurse, ivir
I on Oransn I, ,- trn unknown
an M , b r . b) riecllon llleusoiil
I InMlc. br , b) Adbcll illrmienl
Anna C , br tu hi Cascade (Pltmani
' ud go Date. I, ir .McDohc-IIi
Kltll. b. s iMif1111
Time 2 IH , . lia,. iilt.
s 1 2
A A I
4 3 4
ft ft ft
Ilnrinrd (liirameii In ItrKln.
CAMiminor,, Mass, Oct. I Kail rowing
foi the Hai'vard ciews has been ordered
and will begin to. morrow Coach Wrnv
has bee.n In Cainhi blue ror some time and
(.'apt. Chailes t Abides now Is on hand.
Three men of inn .tear's varsity eight
besides Ah(-b u n, iv,i the coxswain, are
available In I. M Mills, A. M. Ooodale
and Q. neynolds ihe men from the
varsity four are hack The fall teuton
will last about 1 month and xrlll end
wtth a race between the varloua erenri
of the varsity squad. There also n-tll be
the usual bumping races between crewa
from the college dormitories, y
'EXPERIENCE WILL HELP,
Sinello.1 Onnpw,ler in
Lnst Year's Series nnd Will
Profit hy It.
ALL A UK YKTKHAXS X0W
HooklllllkerS SnV TIlP.V Will Not
Lny 1 to '2 Atrnlnst the
I "Mxpetlonce will help us In the world's
seiles," snld Manager McGinw of the
(Hunts yesterday, "You see our bojs
sim llert nunpowder for the first time Inst
.ti ar when we met the Athletics. The
team comprised several youngsters who
lu-ver had taken part In n ttorld'a cham
pionship series. The Athletics, on the
other hand, were veterans. They had
beaten the Ouhs In the world's aeries of
llin and were seasoned. The sensntlon
of plnylnn for th highest honors In base
ball wasn't n novelty and Connie Mack's
men, perhaps, won because they were
"The Olants this tlm will gn Into the
his series thoroughly posted as to what
to expect. The men will profit by Inst
ear's experience and 1 believe they will
play with fur ri enter confidence. We
hate three star nltchera Instead of two
this time, which will be a IiIr factor I
think. The men have played toRether for
two yents now and many totiKh edses
have been smoothed over. I am not pre
rilcllnR nnythlnR. mind you. for baseball
Is too uncertain. Hut the Giants will be
tit. confident und full of ginger when the
McOrnw'a point Is worth remembering.
Tin- (Hants know that they mmle mis
takes last ear and "they will try to rec
tlf.i them when they shape up with the
Ited Sox It must not by forRolten, how
ever, that with the exception of Cady,
the fining o.itohei, the llenneat'rs ore
old lu tu,. service, although n n team
thet ooing to play their tit st aotlc.i
foi M' till".
V. I r Hed Sox continue to be
stioin: r.ivniltea at 10 to 7, some of the
level lauded pla.teis who are members
of major league teams not directly In
terested In the world's rerles say that
the betting should be even money, nnd
! ' If the odds remain the same up to
";!V "p nrsi K.nne uo tun
- teinptid to take the short end. Lead-
oi"iuii.iim-is who unit.-.. ,,..,,1 .......
e (Dae-, Md., testerday began quo4lhr
4 to . iiRiilnst the Boston with no tak
ers Later In the dav they minted 7 to
10 and (.nt u few wagers, but they de
elated that they would not lay 1 to 2
fiRalust the Delineators under any cir
cumstances Many followers of Hut
(Hants amotiK betting men ate holding
off with the expectation that 2 to t will
be on tap at the last moment, hut It Is
belleted that they will be forced to go
empty handed unless they ore willing to
accept 10 to 7 or to 3 The odd favor
ing the lied Sox are due to the opinions
ofTeied by 11 majority of Impaitlnl ex
petfs that the (Hunt will be outclassed.
I'lirthertnore, II Is belleted that so much
money was burned up when tho Glnnls
were conquered by the Athletics lust ear
tint supporters of MclJraw's men are In
clined to be wary It Is a fact that few
big wagers have been made on the Gluuts
nt nny price so far, but there may be a
sudden deslte to bet on them befme tho
tlist of next week
All tickets reserved for the National
Commission, the newspapeis here and
abroad. Ihe oftlclals of organised baseball
and the contending iluh must be paid
for before 6 o'clock this evening, accord
ing lo John A Hey.ller. the Commlsalou's
iiRent. If money la not forthcoming be
fore this time limit expltes applications
for tickets will be cancelled und the re
maining seal In the upper tier of the
grand stand lit the Polo Grounds will be
placed on sale ptobably on Saturday, If
not before. This joint will be settled b.t
the comml'slon to-motrow. when Heydler
will tecelve final Instructions.
Ifeydler has been swamped with appli
cations from petsons ivho are nelth"r di
rectly nor 'ndlrectlv Idinlllled tilth the
management of the games. Hundreds of
regular pat inns who hate paid to see a
majority of the gnir.es at the Hrush sta
dium this tear have asked to have re
sertod seats set aside for them, all to no.
purpose. Mam of thtm have denounced
the public sale plan for the reason that
they cannot find time to stand In line
when the ticket are disposed of It Is
predicted that many fans will not at
tempt to buy reserved seats In ndvanee
and that when the uniesetted seats un
sold before each game In this city It will
be Impossible to bring the women folks
because of the conequent crowding ntni
confusion at the gate.
As whs the case last year the rank and
Hie of fandoni Is finding fault with what
thev call "exorbitant pi Ices" for admis
sion Although they have no redress.
countless fans say that It Is unfair to
ask them to pay $1. 12 and LI to see the
Rutins rrom the different vantage points
when they have loy.illj supported the
Ratne at .",0 and 7.1 cents nil season Hut
Ihe manage! of the wotld's series say
that no matter how much random mat
kick Hie capacity of the Polo Grounds
will bo taxed to the overflowing point
At the Grand Central Station yestor
dnv It was learned that the New Haven
toad has sold piactlcally all the sleeping
car accommodation to Hoton for next
Tuesday night on tho regular trains If
the demand for berths continues it Is
piobablfl that extrn sleeping car trains
will bo tun to the Huh. The railroad pen.
pie have received inquests, II Is said, to run
one or tnoi special parlor car nnd day
coach trains to Huston leaving here eaily
Wednesday morning These trains. It was
pointed out yesterday, could leave Forty
second street at 7 o'clock and make the
run to Huston In about five hours, which
would give pussengers nmple time to have
lunch nnd arrive at Fenway Park befoie
the second game of tho setles hoggins at
2 o'clock The samo trains could leave
Lloston ut 6 o'clock, belnir scheduled lo
nrrlve here for midnight the same duy
The hall players and the Nutlonul Com
mission, accompanied by other leading
baseball men, will travel between heie
nnd lloston on a special parlor car train,
which will run ns a section of the legu
lar Merchnnts Limited, which leaves both
cities at o'clock.
Boston sharps seem to think that
Smoky Joe Wood will not only pitch for
the Ited Sox In the opening game here,
but will rep-at In the third game of th
series, nlso scheduled for this city Hay
Collins Is the pick for the second game
und Charloy Hall fur the fourth, If a
fifth game Is necessary the Huh wise,
acres are making themselves believe that
Wood will he equal lo the task In fact,
American LeiiRiie men hate been hand
126-128 Ntitau St 25 IV. 42nd St.
HOW TO PLAY
By WALTER CAMP
Tor sale by all newsdealers, spordnf good
dcol-is and department stores.
pinci 10 CENTS
Ing out the tip for several weeks that
Wood will occupy the box In three of the
Nnbody will know McClraw's pitcher for
the first Ratne until the official announcer
bellows the Infot matin.- through his
megaphone. At least Hint Is .McOraw's
present plan. It all depends upon condi
tions. Tesrcau may be held In reserve
because of his lack of experience, hut this
Is merely a kiicss. Some of the New Vork
pla.ters think that McGruit- will open with
M.itheivson. who Is In areat condition Rnd
Is conctded In be Ihe steadiest pitcher on
th- team. In short, II Is suimlsd that
either Mattv or Hl ,lrff will be sent to
the firing line In the opening skirmish, ,
.Maniuarti is said to lie roundliis into his
brst form, but McGraw has nothing lo say
on this point,
In view of the many expert opinion"
o?ered by ball players and managers of
major league teams, the vlewg of Connie
Mack me not untimely. -Mack, In compar
Ins the New Vork nnd Huston plnycrs, says
that the Hed Hox outclass the Giants In
the 011 1 field; that Wagner and Gardner
tire better fielders and hitters than
Fletcher nnd llerzog respectively; that
Doyle Is the superior of Yerkes at second
base, alo In batting, that Stahl and
Merkle are on the same plane; that
Meyers has a shade on (.'arrlgan behind
the bat and that the Hnstnn pitchers will
Just about stand off the New Vork slab
men. Mack Insists: that the Red Sox are
stronger than the Athletics were lat
year nnd that they "know more baseball"
than Mcdraw's players. Incidentally Mack
Inslsta that he Is not a bit picjtidlced.
In selertlm Klem serf n'tnehtir, in
call balls and strikes In the big games
Presidents f.t-neh nml t,ihi,.ni, f...
erally commended. These officials nre!
considered the best arbiters behind the
bat In the major leagues. Their honestv ,
never has been ciuestionetl. Thev are
strict disciplinarians nnd know the "rules.
Kqually competent are Evans and Hlgler. '
chosen to make rulings on the bases.
Hoth teams have openly expressed satis-
fnctlnn with thee selections.
BILLY BURKE TROTS MILE
IN 2:03 1-4, BEST OF YEAR
Miilllt Hull nml liniu-,r,i f:,.i, ..u
' ' "'
Tenni Also Make History,
Ooinr in 2:2 Flat.
Col.rMin'F. Ohio, Oct I Dudle Arcininie
was victor to-dnv In a tripling clash with
Hilly Hurke that produced record time for'
lour beats and gave the Hurl.e horse the I
honor or tnnkliiv the best mile trolled unv-
here ibis year Minor Heir and George I
Gano. pacer, owned l,v M W. Savage of I
MinneapolK smashed all lean, record ..J !
circling the Columbus track In 2 02 flat.
Hilly llurke's bet mile was In 2.(13','. It
being done In Ihe flist heat of the trot
Dndle Archdale was not fur behind. She
won the second he-it easily, ihe third by
Inches and the final one with something
In reseive. The lime uveruge Is a full
second better than that made on the same
truck last year bv Soprano and Grace.
Minor Heir and George Gano did their
chaiiipioushiti learning on their secriml
ullempt. Tho first one,wiih an opening
luarior 111 .--.i', aiHonils, hus stopped when
Minor Heir made a break on the back.
streich. I'Menly minutes later thev went
at ii again mid succeeded with lima bv
quurlere us folium,. 30'j. I oo't, 1:31',, 2-oj.
;r-n,, ."iiiijii v.ni sfircreii 10 Mill the 2"I4
trot and did gel Itto heats nfter the tlrat
one hud gone to Mack's Mack The Minne
apolis mure nas kept from a third by Dr
A Mxtli mile nas linposslhle. m, the Mlils.lt
villi bo run iii-morroit.
.r '.!:'"'".". '"' .!. tl.eo.her
,,..,-'-, miu-ii ouinieoieti rue tutu lithe otll
pacers for the King stake Wydrad tilth
Joe bm red ns played to beat il,e balance,
but he made one or more breaks in eiich
beat. Ihe place flglu was ileperule and
1 oole Prince was whipped lido II.
The Arch city Slake; J:It pacer.. 3 In S;
Joe I'litchrn 2d, b. h. b Ji
I'AUIieil IM ('leliiliiirl
Foot Prince, cb b ( l-limsni . '. . .'.
Knight OliHardo, b. Il (I'.aVl
,.i.'-c,''!," ,v ..N'-Miiin. br. h. (Parker)
Marmtield, b. b (Cox)
Directed, b. ni il'nlrliki
I. a lirsinl open. b. h. (Snuw) ...
Dajo. blk Ii tllallery)
ivter riiliurs. b b. tltiibloi
Mldrad, blk. c. (Valentlnel
Mkbel II, b. tu i.Inne,
Tlllle--2:0Sli. J 04, 2 OS.
7 S 7
10 II '..
a 10 11
11 11 K
pur no, 2,oo:
3:00 tr,. tiers. I In 5
Dudle Archdale, blk. ni , bv
Archdale ((leers) 2
HUD Hurke, hr. h , bt Silent
llriiuk 1 McDonald ) ..IS
llriice (ilrdle, b. Ill I Mutpby) . . S 2
King llrook. br g (HlKxInsi . dis
Time 2-03N). !'iV 2 (,41,, 2 06.
T beat i 01 world's recur, I for pailtic
.Minor Hrlr. br h. and lieorge (Jano, b h
(ilci'urri. won 'nine, Pi:,
2 14 class ironing, 3 In t, purse, "00
Doctor It likes, b (.by Uteri
hill-1... . . . 2 10
.ledii Arlori, b. in, b Arlun
i(lra 1 9 1
.Mash's .Mack, b. 11 , by I reiull
(.McD..ll I.I I 1
tlldKe It , t (Muxtoti) . . . . 4 h !i
AIU Coast, b. in (Demp.-l). 6 5 3
(llend.ile, b - IHIlackeltou) 3 7ft
lleiiben Whltrsux, cb. a.
(.Slllkols) I 3 JO ro
Decoration, ch h. ii'unnlna-
haini S 4 I 4 ro
Country Tramp, cb. g (Hor-
. In-1 7 A ro
I. ulu S, b m. ( rl llenioin ,10 9 7 7 ro
Kllpalrlik, eh, b. (Cot-Wllllslll 11 11 ,1,
Time! 10",, 2 Ott S 101,, 2.11s,, 2 It.
NOTES OF TRACK AND FIELD.
llernle Wefer. has reuoiered from th
Illness that kepi him from training th Nt.
Vork A C. Ihls full He was well
10 be present nt Hie club games last Hatur-
The new registration commit! will com
mence Hi- duties of aoltlng athletic prob.
lem tn-nlght, when lis nrat meeting for
acllv- butlnrss will be held ut th- Dominican
Lyceum, KJ Kaal SDIIcth strtet,
Th Arnnteur Athletic Association of Aui
tralla has Invited a team of Pacific Coast
alhletea to visit the nntlpnrlea th coming
winter llalph Hone, Ira Courtney, w, J.
K-lly nnd Clarence IMmundaon are t tiri
men scheduled to make th trip In January.
1: K. Hollway, who has bten prominent In
profe.slonal running match! with Walker
and IMalle, wa In 111 clt yeaterday on hla
way to hi bom- In Protldence, H s.iya
tbut be does not Intend to take part In th
proposed raies In Newark, but la seeking a
plac u much,
W J. C. Kelly, who was well known tn
athletes as a inmbr of the A. A U. atafT
I. bark In town after an ubrenr abroad nf
sum jeara Mr. Kelly managed the Spald
ing business In London fnr th first pari nf
that time and for tb- last three and a half
year a, (fd In th am capacity In Alia-iralhi.
nrg, U, A.
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COLD SEEMS TO BOTHER
Miss Browne Shows Lnpsrs of
Form In Mnteh She Wins
Front Miss Torre.
AIKKTS MfSS WAGXET? F.t
Miss Senrs, Mrs. Henrd and Miss
Brow-Hills' Dofniilt, Mnkinjr
Her Pnth Knsier.
Mantles and shawls were In high favor
yesterday when play for the women's
mrttopolltnti tennis championship began
oil the courts of the Wfsat Hide T C at
I3Slh street and llroaditay Home of
the contesliinta wore sweaters for com
fort, nnd those who did not shivered
throughout their matches. Miss Mary
Hrowne, the triple national champion,
was one of those who evidently suffered
from the cold. Tho Callfnrnlan made
her first appearance on the courts and
lost her hearings In getting there. It
took her from 11 o'clock In the morning
until 4 In tin.' afternoon to get from Man
hnttnn to the grounds, and although sha
won "er mntcn
won her match Mist Delia Torre gave,
' ,"'r " a"'nl n,0''" trouM than was
"H'l few exceptions the pest women
IdaJ'T" In the Hat I me opposed to ths
la",'t "UiiR woman etiampk-n from th
tnr Wr'x 1,1 nn 'ndeatnr to wtest at
,pn,lt "n championship from her This
"'ternnon may decide whether th" Kist
"r nl' Wist Is to be tlrlmlous. for th-j
draw brltiR3 Miss Hrowne ngalnst Mli
Marie Wagner In th" second loiind Tha
1 wntiiiiiimnl or Mls l;Ieoiuirn Sears and
' the default of Mrs. - N Heard, tha
New Jeisey chatnpli-ii, and Miss Arte
' lalde HrownliiR lenve Miss Wagner nnd
Mrs. Harger Wiillach Ihe most dangetmis
opponeius mr .tits iinnvne. Airs iiarRr
Wullach Is In the upper half of the iltnw,
where her mnt formidable nntagnnlst Is
likely to be Mlts Kllzaheth Htince.
I Mls Hron tie's phiylng yesterday by no
mean satisfied her admirers In Mtss
Delia Toire she met a player that exhlb-
Ited more coolness und self-control than
the Callfnrnlan and It ivns only when ther
were thiee gnmes niralnst her In the first
, set that Mis Hiowne showed her real
fomi. When the litt of thee three game
wt'nt "gainst hei she took 11 tlclous drlvs
,h, '"" befoie beRlnnInK service and
ttlf" directed the flte with such swiftness
,0 ,'"rn,'r nf IM" court that Miss Torra
C"U,,1' n"' """"'. '!'" "'"fvlce. Kven after
',,kl"R '"' "? ' allf"r,,ln" "" occasional
InDo'"'..!"" i!" n-,',,'",,d "V"
i regained control In time and took the set
at r. 3.
The score went to 32 In Mls Hrowne's
fnior In the second set befme the visitor
shotted to advantage. Advancing to mid
court Mls Hrowne made overhead smashes
to deep court that allowed of no return,
and thl. coupled with her sertlce. soon
ended the match In her favor at 12. As
an example of the strength of arm of this
Jonns mlfs on one incision her servlco
delivery knocked the rmqiiet from Miss
Tbo whole fecund tmind was dlspoed of
f"Ul'l't match In which Miss Iltiitvna
m"1 Wjgner meet to-day. while Mrs.
It. it IlllatllS ami Mrs. (5. I.. Chnomne.
both won theli matches In th" third round.
The siimmuiy .
.Metropolitan Clnmpionhlp. Women's Sins-Ie
hirst lliiiin.l ttic. it... ... .i.i..,..i
! i, 'i' ".TT',' li-, : M,M '' M !olt .defeated
1 ;L. w-, n. 1 rl. ' , 3.. '-T-' ,r" "ar-
II. .l.i-7. 11. . . .. i--ir..iru .'net
lllanchard by default .Mrs W 11. I'nii. h de.
lealed Mre A lhnuin. r, 1. 2: Mils
Hare Cajjell defeaied Mis. I. MvincMnn. by
default. Mlit Mary lirnwrie defealeil MIm Delia
lorre. s r, ti 2
Semnd Hound Miss Adele Crasln riefeate.1
i.v.".. u Llirlneston. by default; Mrs II .V.
Uilllama defeaied Mis Adelaide llrownlng. be
ilelault. Mrs ii I, Chapman rieiealed Mist
June Hon son, 1. , Miss hklith llandr
'le'eated Ml Laura Heardslev u 2. n
Mis Kllrabeth lluiice defeated Mis Dorothy
Kan-. 6 2. 1. 4, Mis. 11 n Pimneti de
fenled Mrs Wearer, br H-f.mli lit.. 11..-.
iilefeiied .MIss T M (Jolt, c 2. (. 1, Mrs
1 " ,, hi ii oeieaieii .Mra rTco-rick
SehmeD. ii 3 s 4: Mr. William W Pouch
defeated Miss Clare Casseil, 2 . 1; 1
Mis. E Mnrrus deleaied Mlaa P Dnnorr.n!
f. S l: V". A " l''lrr de fr.it e. Mi,
n.E.c?nj!r' 'Vlv ;: Mr" Hobert II Po.'a
defeated Mrs I. 0 Morn a 1 Mr
(I de (iersdorff ileleateil Mrs (lutiaie K
Tnuchard. ii t. 1. Mi.. i.'a,.h A
1 I defeated Mrs C N Heard bv default. Mi
I In.i hissrl defeated Mis. D (ii.cne. br defauli
21 Third llouiid Mrs. K :.' William defeat-,)
3 1 Mis Adele (ran lu. e 0. I, Mrs (5 L
v.,,iii,iiinii ,i.irau'u .iiss i.iiun tiandy, 75,
EVIL DAYS FOR PASTIME A. 0.
Plre I'nlloTis Close on Herla nf Other
Poor old PnMlme Athletic Club' Tha
nursery of athletes Is ceridlnly huvlnR i's
troubles. FollowlnR an election fig it
Hurry Smith leslgnrd. and since th-n
Ran to show teal form nnd win distanc
championships, Then tlie police Intirfere.l
with the holding of the club Ramos nd
tn wind iii the misfortunes for the tenr
the clubhouse nt Ninetieth street and' tha
Kind Hlver binned down on Monday morn
me. Ofllcers of the club stated yesterdav that
the flro might have been the work nf
persons Inimical to the organization, and
among the statements made was on tn
the effect that tlm safe In the clubhnusu
had been tampered with. That amused a
former officer of the Pastimes, who said !
"What, tamper with that rafe? Thr
has not been a combination on It for vears
nnd the latch of the door was held c'ln,l
by a piece of wire In my days the only
valiiablta In that o'd safo were dumbbells
and boxing ploves,'
In addition to the banners won In com
petition the club lost by the fire a clock
valued at B00 that had been won In a vnt.
Ing competition. s,unrtera have been
rented across the street from the grounds
so that the members may bo able to con
tinue their athletic work.
?few White Box a Find.
Lincoln, III.. Oct. L Hoy C. Wolfs,
star batter of the Missouri-Illinois LeaKti
this season and tho only Class D pist-r
drafted by the majors. Is expected to pro1 -n
sensation with the Whlto Sox. He w II
go South with tho team next spring
Wolfe, the premier player of the locn
champions of the league, finished tha
season with a batting average of 374