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THE SON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 191?.'
A DEFEAT FOR GIANTS
holla1 Mr. I nl: SiHTPriK Short
Mr. Kmilir n ml I'ses His
SKA TON A ni'SY PERSON
He Strike Out Nino Now Vorks
mid Doles Out Hits
Ho far as tin1 National l.i.itfin rare Is
conc-v-ned th" Polo limi'iid v.lll be de
serted until nrt senson. The (Hants .v es
terda.v clot-id their homo season l- lo-liu
tn the Phillies. Tli',1 Hinoklyns tlmpped
n couple of Kitiics In Boston and the Cub
b-at the Pirates In th- tlti.il lnt II. be
tween thf two. Thr Imil to go tfll In
nings tn do It.
Philadelphia, 5. New Vnrk. I
Boston. S. MrnnlsDn. 2 list kmii
Boston. 7. Ilrnnklyn iM Kitnei
Chling-i, ti. I 1 1 1 lj 1 1 r (10 innings)
Standing- of (bp dabs.
ti - .
l. m 4
12 U IS
14 IS 101
u is K
1.1 1 U II
17 17 W'
i.v n rj
lo "12 1 fir
- . -
New York In Hrcoklvn
Philadelphia In Hoston,
The parting shot of the Phillies yester
day when they made their lat -land of
the "son at the Polo (Iroundi was a !
to 1 defoat of the (Hunt. They scored
enough In one inning to make a winning
amount of urns Tncre nn-n't n gn-nt
amount of sco.-ln-- nt any time. It being
one of those light hitting and inecliiiiiU-.il
sort of games that nre apt to rome at
this time of the .vent ivhen thru- Is noth
ing In the nay of a position to play for
and the race has lost Its ttivor.
H was Uie Int holm- Kame for the
(Hants too, th last National League
Same. When next they play h'-ic It will
be In the big sctlcs, ami then the liluuts
will have to show a harder punch ant
more enterprise than they have ihiiwn the
last few davs There ts no doulit whatever
thai they will be In a dllfeient fiarm
of mind when next thiy do take the home
flId. It will he renl tuisiners .tRa'n ttn-n,
the crowning contltrt of the eai, wtth
-veryhody cm wise to do his best alter
the relaxation following the MiinlllK of
Several players didn't stay to the finish
yesterday, and for various i . soiih Her
zon was culled out on strlkts In the tlrat
Innlnc and niirsid a Krotieh so lonit that
forbearance ce:i.iil to be a virtue with
Klem and llersim- was ejected A Phila
delphia plavcr was hanlshul from the
bench for too much applni; and otto
Knabe hurt his wrist taKmuK out a slldliiK
runner and save ivaj to liodse A Kroiii
of plavers of both teams, non-combatants
who neie Idtlnx away the chill afternoon
und"r tin- eaves of the centre Held bleach
ers, attracted Klem'H attention and he
halted the eame to order them to vanioo-e.
A spirit of lee majeste was In the air,
but Klem vvas on his dlKiilt- and hud a
chance to tune up some alonk that line
for 'the w. s.
The i el dement of Knabe tinned out to
be a blelng In diRUlso for the Phillies
llodwe ducked into the k.i me In Ottos
place and transacted a play in the ninth
innlnK wrt'ch prevented the (Hants tiom
sratchlnc th nine then anil th-jre. With
three on ba-s and tutu out he went up
In tile an. speared a llm-r ulth one hand
and completed a double pla: . Ills
stature enabled him to nab th- liner
lliane, o.-llli; IIIOI- iooiim.t.-.i an n wrir,
wouldn't have been iibl- to ascend that
Then there was Kllllfei. II- tlnew
out dioves ot iPauts stealini; and cauitht
out manv (Ilants fanulni; In dulm; uie
latter he wis meieli putting the ttnlshlnK
loucnes to Beaton's wok Beaton stim-l;
out nine Clants and cm talb d their hit
tine to sparse lilt The .New York bin
Elea were few and tar between, milch
Tiiore so. tls dfVouity to b wished, than
will be th.. case against Wood, Collins
and the lest of the K.'il Sox tvvlilliiK
corps, liobd pitching was done on both
sides Ames was pietty effective himself,
and the Pnll.idelplila battlnn likewise was
Aleikle's base l unnlliK i-ounlved at N'-w
York's onl inn This wu.s b-foie K 1 1 II f . r
had lioned out the klnk In ills arm
MeiLle leached (list In th.. second tu
ning on a boot bv 1 indue, stole his wav
to M'loii.l ami to thltd. Hi.-1 701; and Matt
lev uhllllrif ue-anvyhlle ' Alerkle scored
when Hank C toll Mabln-d a t.ife lv Just
bejanl Mike Poolau To complete Hie
Innlmt's list of sttiU-onis Ames berlb
boned tile o.one.
The Phillies did theli scoiIuk In the
fnuith InnlnK Maitee was mi loitouate
as to draw .1 pass. Miller I u 1 1 I blm to
second and lie sktiM-d tn thlnl'oii a wild
pl'rh. I.uib-ms IuoiikIiI I1I111 In with a
hit, ndv.iiueit hlin-lf on an nut and lope.)
In when Dnolan slouched a slnule to iIkIU.
I-'lve time- tli ilrst Ulant up n-ached
first bise. bui of the nnlnti-t tlius started
only Meikle n ,iib a round trio of It Th"
tKc was set for a vvlnti'im- wlndiip In
th" r'nth. but the act went wrom:. ,Iei.
Kle Janiund a hot one ihroiiBli Co
Dolan. Doyle rib-d to l'asl:ert nnil Matt,
ley sent a still bolter one tliioiiu.li rozv,
nil but blKtirliiK the e. llk'hlantbi 's
hands. Chief Meyer was railed upon to
help Hi" cause and w'a pasted liv Si-.i-ton.
The K-henie woik.d till rluht,
thinuKh lu- k Ctnndall let two nood ones
shoot by ami pasted the third. The se.
nue was the nfomsald spllttliiB I'ner to
PIIII.MIKI.PHI V 1. 1 I m: voiik ,- j ,
... till 1 h .1 e nt, r , ,, e
Pataert.cf .1 11 II 1 0 0 llnrn It I 0 11 11 11
Iiolan.lti I o 1 1 t 0 S-ftr.-b -Hi lot' in
ItsiiT.lf a t 0 :i 0 0 IlickPi.tf 2 11 11 0 0 11
Mlneraf. n o ; 1 o o Mi.rtto ,rf 1 0 n :i 0 11
le dm -.11- I I : I 11 11 Mi-iMi-.lb I 1 : - 1 1.
hratie.lli 11 o 0 1 11 0 llrroi-..1li 1 1 o 0
Under ,.li I 11 0 1 2 I llnlt.:li 2 11 11 I n
litiolsn-. lull; 0 Miotic-. e 1 n 1 n 1 0
Kllllrrr.i I 11 il 11 .1 0 (irnti.F.-. ' o I 11 1 11
rraliiii p S 0 0 0 0 11 cVletc o 0 0 11 o o
Vllies.p loot o
Totft.. :u i-.:-;io 1 t.M f rmicin o 11 0 n (l
WIM-e.li 'I o o o 1 (I
il'intiiUII 1 11 o o 0 n
, , jTotaU -s I i.rj 13 0
no a 1 . r. 1. mil in tin. Hint,, irmii-ir
" lit 1 I ft r In .ew ntli Inniinc.
llii e fot Wln-e la it u t.liiih Inidtt
Phlmili-lphla o o 11 ; o 0 11 o r "
,Nrn Voil. n 1 o n 11 0 11 11 n I
Mrt b,ie on errn' I lil'tuli iphia, j f. n
hisr I l.in.leipn't! ,- Vm Voi... i, pi n I,.,,,.
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1. MnH b 11ifv f, T ,,.,. ,
If ..i I Ii hil Vll le- Mnlc-i Pn.e. VltrUe
it' ','" """',' H'"' 'itr-t .
Pel ba"l 1-He, IM Pltil. Mini. Hit
b lb .. t. I .-T.-tii m in..
(iff Inn . In .c en I". mi;. n:t WMP-e, l in to
Ii.. iik- I 111 l.r I . t a, ef iv "pi il.', 1 . mi, he
01. e. 1 111 - I loir tin I .Vi anniitpt
I! rim 11 in Man Itel.raii.
viiwati. ot 2 -l,irt .MeI.ean
I a 1 nt 1 o, ine Itrnp. w-ll to St Lotus
T o d
I probable w ill slim
to 1 - -w
I. 1 !
H owner Hedite savs 1im.imI Hirlve on It In cnmpnnv with Man
j fellow 11 chanie and aRer Cantllloil of the MliineHpollH club he
os to nuke cn.Hj tli'llins arrived here on the way tn i'1 million's
k i.r nf rhe new team farm at Hickman, Ky.. where fresh water
rim- n- 1 r next keasoti,
In Hi" two (.'ami's placed .vcsicrday the
White Sox mid Clcvclntids were the w III
nets. The Detroit succumbed to the for.
tucr Hud tin- Browns were Cleveland's op
1 csfcrdn v'a Heattlta.
i 1. as", 8. Ii-trnlt 5.
Or eland. I St Louis, 2
.taaJInK mt ke Club!.
m it t.
le 11 ii 1;
in 14 ta'lfl1
(tt 11 is
It' 4' 8
9' a i
s 0 13
0 a 0
V.'aslilnctnn In New York.
Ilnninti In PliMaitclplil.i
Chlcian In Detroit
Cleveland lit fit hauls
COBB'S ENDEAVORS FUTILE.
AJnkra Four lilt In I'lvr Tlmea frf,
but While So Win Mat.
Oktroit. Oct. 2. The White Sox and
Tlsers hooked up for the flnnl series of
uie season to-day. the visitors taking the
came s to S. Sluxulni: featureil through.
out. it total of twenty-seven safe lilts
IteliiB made. t;olib featured with four lilts
out of live times up.
DCTItOIT I CHICAUCI i.l. 1,1
ab r It p a r' ab 1 h p a e
lluvli.'s .1 0 o .1 3 1 llalh-b .v ' a 5 5 1
I'ortldiinjb .1 I ,1 o 0 ti,lanl.tr. 4 2 2 t 1 I
Jones, rf .1112 0 li fiilllnj.rf A 1 2 2 11 11
1 otin.cf .1 2 4 2 0 p llodle.cf. 4 1 1 2 11 0
Vraeb.lf.. ." 13 10 0 Hnrtnn.lb. I 11 2 11 0 0
tniltlrn.;b. 2 0 0 2 3 lllelrtf r.3b.. .4 1 0 2 2 0
I : l mi.Mw.lt 11 1 u UiWcavrr,..4 114 3 1
.1 iinlo-,c 3 0 0 J 2 0 S-.illlvan.c. I 11 S 3 I 0
itMorlatt). I 0 I u 0 o'l-lcoltf.p. 2 0 0 11 3 0
.Ifi1srn.11 3 (i 0 I ; 0 U'nbh.P.. o 11 nolo
ftstanaitc. 0 11 11 0 (1 ii
rlirnl 11 0 11 0 0 0 Totals 37 Ml 27 13 3
Koclirr.r o n 11 2 I 0
Hoclilrr.p 0 11 11 0 11 0
Totals 31 .1 13 27 111
1.11 battel fur .1 OnMow In the rlitlilli liinlnit
(til Hatted for.lrnsrn In Itie rlelitn liuilnt.
o .ban for Manaire In the rlchtti tntilnic
Clilraco 0 2 1 n 2 3 0 11 0 -A
Detroit. 1 0 1 n 11 0 0 t u-.l
Iliti-Oit .IrnM-n, 13 la rlelit Innlnca. oil
lticlilrr, I In one Iniilnif; off ( Icollc. 12 In 72 3
Innlnrs. tut Wnl-li. t In 1 I 3 Innings. Two base
tills Collins. Ilorlon 1 litre base Mt Uiid.
MrurU ojl Il .'insrn. 3 by llorltlir. 2. be
Clcotte. 3 111 t base on balls- OH Jensen. 2; ml
Ciruttr. 3 Dolhlc oliivs rider anil H.irtnn!
J llnslim and 1 Ouskm, ll.ith and M'eairr;
viraver una unriun 1 irsi tiase on errors Dc
troll, I Left on bases- lirlrolt. a Cblrazo. a.
vUld pll lies Jensrn.2 Sacrlilce litis tlcotle, 2.
Stolen liases Cobb, Haiti. Collins, t.'mplrr In
rhlrf- O Lonirhlln I'lrld ittnplre -Mi.!reev.
lime 2 hours and .1 minute.
LAJOIE BEATS ENTIRE TEAM.
llllC llrlvea 1'runi III II U Hat Pal
St I.opis. Oct. 2. l.tirty laijole beat
ten men represeutitiK the fit l.ouis club
t'j a score of 4 to i' to-day. Had the blc
I-'renchnian not been In the battl- the
Ilrnwns would have earned an easy vic
tory over the Cleveland Naps.
I.ajole made one of the timeliest hits
of the season, a triple to the left fl.-l 2
fence, by leaching up and swattlnn what
was Intended to be a fourth ball Two
runner- weie on bases und both scored,
puitln,; the battle be) und Kcovetj.
The score :
-ST I.OCIS.V. L.I I CI.KVKI.AM1
all r Ii p a e ab r Ii p a e
Shoitrn.cf 4 0 2 '.' 0 o .I'nslon.lb : 0 0 7 0
Wllllsms.r! 1 0 2 3 10 Ch'pm'n.ss.T 1 3 2 2 0
Siovall.lb I ti 0 11 1 1 iilsnnjb :i 1 o 1 1 11
l'ralt.2b, I 0 0 0 3 0 Jackson. rf 3 11400
I'.mipl.iTl.lb It 1 II II u I.lnle.2b 4 o 2 3 .1 I
Wallvrc.ss 4 1 1 3 2 0 ll'ndria.cn 00100
AitMln-m 3 0 1 1 2 0 (iraney.ir 200110
Me'aiider,r2 11 1 s 3 I tl'tiim.lf 2 0 o I o 11
llainlltolt.p 2 0 0 1 2 0 (I'.Velll.c 4 0 1 (I 1 0
ullrlrr. 1 11 0 0 11 n lslanillUL'.p3 1 0 2 2 1
Allison, p. 0 0 11 0 I u
loials . 211 4 7 2712 2
Totals 32 2 S27IS 2
mi Hanoi fur llatnlpoti in the 'rvenlh Innlnr.
st l.oul o o 11 0 0 0 2 0 o2
I u !:c llll I.llolc llirte base lilt -Ijllnle
SarrlUce hits- Chapman. !lendr x. Olson. Alex
anibr. Johnston Oo-ible plays- llllnms and
W'tilUce: (iraney and Lalole. l.landlnif and .tohn
lon Stnlen bases UIIMvms, Cliapnian Ursl
bs-r 011 halls on Hamilton. 1; oil Allison, I.
Struck out -by lllandlnc. :.: by Allison, 2. by
llaininoti, A I'llclilair 11-rord Ol! Ilamilion. i
nils. 1 run in seven Innlncs l-tt on bases St
Uuils. I, Cleveland. .1 t'niplrrs -Connolly and
O llrli n. Time 2 hu-iis
BOSTON EMULATES NEIGHBOR.
nllonnl l.enmiers IIh 1. Ike Ileal
lintiiploiin AkhIiioI llodxera.
Huston. Oct -A l.ite-ln-the-season
chaniions, the Hubs certainly drew the
biscuit to-da.v They hid a leal ball
team on the field and consequently
Hnioklyn proved 11 two time victim. The
scores were 3 to 2 and 7 to 6. The flrtt
name vvas a close one, but the second
would have been an i-:ii win hud Me
TlKUe extended hliu'elf In th final In
iiIiik. Jay Klrke rn riled off the honors
diiiiiiK the afternoon, hi" hlttltn; and field
liu; beln.'f Ititinense.
The scoi es .
HOSTOV IN I. 1 I1H110KI.YN
ab r h p a e ab r Ii p a e
Caiutibrll.rf I 0 1 1 n .Sirnjel ef 1 I 0 s 0 I
llevlln.Jli 3 l) 0 I I oC sha, !b 3 I 2 ,1 11
Stti i nr.j-.3tj 1 0 0 3 2 0 Hummel. rf 1 11 2 3 11 0
blrke.l' I I 3 2 I 11 Haulier!, lb 0 I PI 0 I
Tlius.if 3 I 1 1 0 1 thiai.lt ..I 11 o 2 11 n
llnusir.iti 3 I 0 a 0 0 U"p'ck.:ib, a o 11010
M amlll-.ss 1 11 3 o 1 0 I'M. cr. is 3 11 0 1 1 0
It'iili'ir 4 0 ' s 0 0 Miller ,r 3 u 11 1 a
'lyle.-p 3 0 u a 3 11 Mlen.p 2 n 11 1 10
Stack. p 1 11 n o 1 ti
Totals :.l 3 S27 h I
Totals 30 2 521 II 2
Huston n 11 0 0 11 3 11 i) .1
Ilroiiklvn 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 3
lii-t hac 011 triors Ihisom, ; Hrooklvn. I
Lett on bases llii.ii.ti.il llri.oklt n. 1 1'lral base
onlialls 1 nt Tyler 1" or? Allen. 3. .struck out-lly
Tvler. S Two bae tills lllltlllnel, 2: Caltlpbrli
Sstrlttce IdP. 'siei Hevllti Double plays
Hslirr CtitsluiH an-l Haunrrt; Sweeney and
House. llll ti) pltiliri Iv Stark illousfrl
lid pllih -Tvler 1'as.ed ball llll-r Pulpites
llasou arid .loliiistune Tunc I Iiotir and 30
SI CUM" Ii XVII .
HUSTON IN. I lll'OOKI.YN
ab t Ii 11 n e ab t Ii p a e
;.-i mnliell.cf 5 I 3 11 11 o Vloran.rf .1 1 2 I 0 1
Helllll.:lli 3 2 0 3 3 II C'shaw,2b. .' 113 2 0
'Cne.:-li 3 1 2 2 3 1 Slenttrl.ef .3 I t 3 o 0
Klri.e.ir II22IO iviubei 1.1b .1 0 2 .1 (1 n
TllU'.rf 3 12 0 10 Wlieat.lf 4 1 1 2 II 1
lliiuserlb 4 11 010 0 11 Ki'irlck.3li4 II too
Mar vlllc.v. 1 1 2 2 3 1 rb.her.aa 1 1 2 4 2 1
llarlden.c I 11 I a ft 11 I'.reln.c 3 11 I ti 11 11
Priiiiie.p 0. i) 11 ti 0 0 uMlller I o 0 0 0 11
Mcl'liriir.p 1 11 11 11 2 0 Kiietrer.ii. 3 0 ti 11 3 o
dltiniriirl 1 n 11 0 0 0
I'olali 31 71227 13 2
Totals 31 ft II 24 7 3
ia Hailed for I'rwln In Die iiinlli Inriini:
ii I'liited for Knetfei In Hie ninth liinliur
llroiikl-,11 0 3 11 11 11 o I 11 2- 1
liosiun 3 11 t 0 I 11 0 : ;
I Irst base oti etims H01.1011. I Hinol'lvti, 1.
Left oil blo.e.s Hos.nn. ft. HroiiUH n 7 I'ltsl liise
on lulls lid Perdue. I. nt? Mrl heir I nf hneirer.
2 Struci, out ily MrTlitue. 1.. Ii Knriii-, :i
11, ill. Mirl-rr Tho har.e tilts Canuitit ll. rislirr.
Mii.e Outlier . Slenirel v'airll.re mi siuenc).
Sinleii Pases Slur.in. blikpairlcl. Hoiible pla's
risrur etui Ctitslinn, Ivlrke and Sri-ue.
Cu'stiaw ii.'ir.sitr.l II lid pitch Knefrr
la-s.-i liall Krwln l'mp-i-s J ohristiine and
Ins 111, 'Hint' I hieir ntul 31 tnlnuti'9.
I'nlis lit Mine 'rvt' Stand,
Ciil' Aiin. Oct 2 President .Mm pity of
the Cubs lias atinounceil that h will build
11 lev.' mand Mind for his 1 lull, to cost
STnir.timi. Wotk on the structtite will b.
Kill Imineillalel.v after the city seiles Willi
the While Sis lie sivs the new stand
w III to-iil llo.unii persons
Mlldilell III l.el I'leolj of I'lah,
iMius vi'Oi.iH. Oct 2 - Plenty of Ash
liu, but no Ibiunr will be the ptoBramme
.or iu o inn -i uur tiu ine com nu
I wlnlei . nnd Hie iccentrle nllcher h
nsli of all kinds sbouna.
RESERVED BALL TICKETS
About MOO I'pppr Tier Scuts
for Knell (inine Hpip Of
fered to tlie I'lltlS.
POI.O (UtorXDS THE 1M.ACK
Coinmisision Confident That
New York Hnselinll Fniifj
' Will He Protected.
"Applications for world's seiles baseball
tlcllels teci-lved hele !"
Thin notice appeared In n slore window
not far fiom Hrondway anil I'ortv
second street yesterday Initlliy de
veloped the Information Hint as soon as
reserved sent tickets for the mimes be
tween the (Hants nnd the Hed Sox ure
placed on sale ncrnta for speculators will
attempt to make purchases. Hut how
successful this plan will be remains In be
seen. When President Lynch of the Na
tional I.eacue. who Is 11 member of the
commission, heard about the notice In
the window he declared offhand that the
commission mlitlit decide to hold back
the sale of reserved seats until the day
of each itatiie. Hut .vcstenlay afternoon
the commission, after a conference Willi
the pffMals of the New York club, made
Of the St.fiUO reserved seats In the upper
tier of the Knind stand at the Polo
(Iron rids about 4,000 for each Kame will
bo put on sale next .Monda ntnrtiliiK at
10 n'coci. Thtee ticket liootli. win ne
opened nt the main entrance of the Polo
(Iromids, Klithth avenue nnd lS.th street.
One booth will be devoted to th sale of
seats for Tucsdav's Knme Another booth
will lie labelled "Thutsdays name anil
the third will be open to persons who
want to attend Saturday's affalt If the
series requires more than four games.
AccordlitK to John A. He.vdier no peison
will be allowed to buy more thnn two
tickets at any of the booths. The plan
will affonl chances Tor 12,000 persons to
see at least one of the names In this city.
It will be hard lo discriminate aitalnst
intents of speculators, but the lateness of
the t.t i s expecttd to prove a minutc-ap.
The face value of each reserved seat Is 1.1.
Iliydler's IlKures show approximately
that the National Commission has re
served seventy. live seats. The metropoli
tan newspapers have taken about l.Ouft
tickets The New Yolk National League
club has iccelved l.lmi seats, which ki
to the stockholder", season box holders,
nlaveis and otheis who enlov the fin or
of the epib's officials. Ot ianle.l base
ball, which Includes petrous orflc Pilly
Identified with other major and minor
leaitue clubs, -.;et l.SlbJ sats. The lb;d
Sox inatinircmciit hn secured 300 seats,
while about 35u have been divided between
the New- Yotk Americans and the Urook-
lyn Nationals. All of these seats wete
paid for before 1. o'clock last evening, the
time limit tlxid b the commission A
majority of these allotments .will cover
three ames here.
Heydler made it plain yesteida that
no mole applications for n-served seats
would be iccoKnled and that afler the
sale next Monday mornliiK there will Li
nothing doltiR until the box oftices un
opened nt s o'clock Tuesday morning.
Then 30.U00 untesetvid sents will be of.
fered to the general public 13.000 111 the
open bleat hers at 1 each and 17,000 In
(he lower grandstand at $2 each In be
ginning Ibis sale nt 8 o'clock in the motn
inx He.vdier says there cm be no over-
ciowdlng or confusion in l-'.lghlli avenue.
for the leason that undtr pressute the
30.000 tickets could be sold In a trilh-
mote than two boms. As the Bnme be
gins nt 2 o'clock there will be six hours
to accommodate all In nccol dance with
the capacity of the stands
It Is estimated that the receipts for
Tuesday's gnme will reach JSO.OOo. The
high water maik last year exceeded .77.
000. but many seats that fell into the
hands of speculators jemnlned un-old
I'nder the new nttangement It Is figured
that all of the Di.oOO seats will be taken
anil theie mav be standing room for 11
few thousands more In the biosd prome
nade in the tear of the grand stand
The commission will see to It that the
rules and regulitlons of the Kite He.
partment are sttlctly obeyed, so thnt the
aisles will be kept clear, also the exits
Workmen were bus.v stretigtlut luu the
open stand, which Is of wood, with the
Idea of guaranteeing safety to tho lecord
ctowd that probably will see the open
ing game from that point It is prob
able that the vacant lot south of the
Crush Stadium will be used for the pa ik
ing of automobiles, fot the work of lin
ing In and grading the plot has been
going on for several davs
"We could have disposed of all of the
S.SOO seat In the upper tlr to those
privileged to ask for them In advance."
said Hi-vdler .vesterday, "but we limited
the appl'c.itions. We have been can-fill
lit allotting seats ahead of the public sale
Hnd nobody has been nt pied without
the 1 eejMi t hit; of Ills name and uddiess
We have tried to Heat evervbody fairlv
and with due i-ousliletatlnu and we ate
confident that the cry against speculators
will not be h. ti 1 il this time In slant, we
have tiled to protect the fans with as
little Inconvenience as possible ami
hope thut vse have been successful Tickets
paid for to-day will be delivered shoilly"
CUBS BAMBOOZLE PIRATES.
(oiler lints Hut of Turn, Wins
(iiiuipt Teiini SooIn tn vnlil lrnleal
I'llK'AUO, Oct 2 The Cubs bent the
Pirates 6 to 5 to-day in an illegal game
anil one that went ten innings. In the
tenth, with Schulle on third and S.iler on
second, It was Smith's turn to bat. Cotter
came up Instead, .slammed out a single
und drove the winning run across, the
plate, lloth fniplres Owens and Hren
11:111 waited for Mummer Clarke to lodge
a pi otest, but none was forthcoming, and
the umpires declared that no further pro
list could be lilliile. that the chance was
Inst when the Pirates rushed from the
field. Home runs by Schtillo and Wilson
featured the WUII1-.
The scute :
I'lriSllt ltd. . ' CHICAGO (N 1. 1
nil r Ii p 1 ' ab r h p a e
McC'lhv.3b4 0 11 .1 I 0 -sheckard.lf S 1 11 il 0 0
I nrey.lf 4 12 4 10 Mlllrr.cf .',111 o 0
llvattrf .1 I .1 2 I n'Tltikrr.n .. .1 0 (1 I .1 (1
wa-ini-r.M 3 12 2 11 .Im'r'an.ah 2 11 1 2 0 0
Oral. Ill 4 I I .1 I II l)nwnet,3li 3 110 10
WlHon.cf .1 I 2 5 0 0 's'rhulte.rf .3 2 2 o 1 11
llutlrr.:ii 10 13 3 1 Saler.lt. 4 u I II 0 11
lilMnu.r .1 0 n .' I o r.vrrs.'h t 11 0 11 11 11
Cnmnltr.p I 11 11 II I 0 llnwns.Ib. 4 0 10 11)
Hobltison.pii 11 0 o 11 11 Arilier.c. 4 11 1 11 I 11
.Williams 11 1 11 0 0 (I
Totals 3v .'1 11.1211 III 2 lawnilrr.pa 11 1 o 4 0
Colter. p. . 2 11 2 0 4 0
Sinltli.il n 0 0 (1 11 0
Totals 31 A It 311 1;. 0
(.it Two out when ulunlni? run was scored.
16) Kan Mr Arrhrr In Hie ninth Inning.
Plltsbiirit il n I 0 0 1 0 I 11 o 1
Cliltat.-o ; 0 0 11 0 ; 0 0 1 t 11
Left on basra- Pittsburg, 1. Chlrattn, Il Klrst
base on balls - Off ('amnio, 4. olt Itoblnson, J; oft
Lavender. I. Struck out- Ily Camnltr, 2; by
Lavender, 7. Two base hits-lljatl, Wairnri,
1 low lis. Archer Three base hit- Miller Home
runa .Srliulle, Wilson. Sacrifice lills-Carrv.
Whulle, bra) Stolrn base schulle. Ilouhln
plavs - l.avrudrr, Arrlirr and Salrr Hyatt and
(ilbson. I tnplrrs on ena and llrrnnati. Time
2 hours ami A inliiiilrs
llllllopa lleel Spiintiira To.tlay.
The lllgliiiinders will begin ihelr last
'set let of Hie .vear at American League
Park this afternoon. Their opponents arc
j Clark (5 riff Ith's Washington., who a ro light
lng tooth and nail to beat the Athletics
lout of second place. .Manager Wnlverton
j will tiy out some newcomeis during these
games, Incluiltna Plteheta Shultss und
Keatln-', and Infleldeis derrick, I la r 1)1.
son snd Mldklff Walter Johnson and
I llussell Kord probably will be the pitchers
t Thelants, no over to Washington Park
this afternoon to begin the final aeries
1 with the Brooklyn.
Sun To Give Its Readers
The Best on Big Series.
Till'. SI V haa iirrniiaed lo
lip Its render I be Villi V Ill's -service
1111 Hie WorltPa llnseball
The slHfr hn sella 1 1 specialist
whose illtlllly la Lit hit 11 iunic
Illy villi chronicle rverlbltiK
correctly and romplelrl.v. No
detail nf Inlerral or moment
ttIII he missed. Tthelher II bp ort
I he flelil, In the stands nr oat
alatp I he nark. In nddlllon In
Ike rreiilar alarT men, (ieorae
Filch ssjlll hp there In ilrlnU In
nil the humor of Ihr occnalon
ami virile n hp sees II, Mr.
rllch's kern sense nf humor la
vrell hniirfn Ihrouuh his "M
vrash Ciillrixp" yarns anil "In
side llall In Ihp t'hnrch l.ratif"
The neil heal I hi as (o he 1 11 if
at Ihp itanip vtIII hp tn
READ THE SUN.
TO A DRAW IN HOT MELEE
K.t-0. I'niilile to Terrify
Noted liivul Ity His
K. O. Utowu had bis hands full In a
ten loutiil bout with Johnny Lore tit the
St. Nicholas A. (.'. last night and (lit- best
he could have iccelved was 11 draw Iire,
who has been boxing second rulers with
some success, was not a bit afraid of the
pluclcyvl lutchman nnd went to work with
a will' as soon as the bell sent them
llrownsjlld not wnrni to his work with
the usual ulactlty until after Lure had
outgeneraled him ami outpiiiiched blm In
the second ami third loiinds. In the fourth
lound, which was even. Lore landed sev
eral cot King light hand swings on the
Jaw, bill lln-wn did not waver Crown
did the forcing 111 the tirth und sixth
ro-inds, but I.01 p got an even break by
hard milling In the seventh toutid
In the eighth Lore again fotged ahead
bv ngg.esslve tactics, but III the last two
tounils threw cleverness to the winds and
went In to flglit for all he was worth.
Hrown's HglC eye vvas cut open In 11
tough tn'.xiip, )ul he did not mind It 11
bit. Lore had a shade In each of these
loiinds und maUe such 11 led hot finish
that some of his friends believed that he
was the m.isler ltnivvu, however, was
full of ginger and as strong us a bull
when the bout ended, Illinois being divided
III the opln'oii of non-pai tlsans. Iltoun
weighfil 13.", I. pounds and Lute scaled
Young 'Vl.eniv of this city outpointed
.11 m Kendrlck of Knglarnl In tip: fiist
ten round bout, although he did not have
much In his favor O'I.eary excelled
cllleliV beC.llle lie dill the bulk of the
lending, the Hilton being satlsileil to con
tint Ids wotk to counters O'I.eary
wilKhtd 117 pounds and Kendrlck IIS
As Pal Mooie sent word at the last
moment that he had hurt In band In
training. 11 gieenhorn named Joe Kgtiu.
hulling from Boston, vvas pitted against
Jack Hrlttor) of Chicago In the tfiltd ten
round affair Lgan lould not lick a pos
tage stamp ami was a pitiful mark He
was knocked down for nine seconds In
Hie third lound. but the bell came to his
lei-cue. A left hook 011 the Jaw (Tut K,
out of It In the fouith round
SENIORS SWAMP JUNIORS.
Cfiliiinhln liitrrvlnaa llasehnll On,
Willi Cnaeh I. nmler fin il rl 1144;.
With Hilly Lauder, the new baseball
conch, as umpire, the Columbia Inteiclass
series of the labile Collins medals got
nutlet wav yestorda when the seniors
beat the Juniors hj a score of If, to 7 The
game was so pooilv played that IiutlerJ
uiun 1 -.ci riiucti 01 a line 011 toe men. 1 tie
seniors look the lead at Hie start and
never ee beaded.
O'Neale, ii varsity t wirier, pitched for
the Juniors and was hit hard, although
irors helped the seniors In piling up runs.
Shaw and Cutch. Isith Inltflders on the
varsity team last spring, pitched for the
n 11 e
Seniors 4 0 a 0 4 6 2 li 13 ..
Juniors . u 0 3 3 11 I 0 7 10 ti
Hattrrle.--Stuiw. liretib and Iteseff.
O'Ni ale nnd Cull ilian t'lnplre vir Lander
RED SOX STUDY" UNDER MACK.
siiunelotia Connie, Oilier Alhlptlca
nnil llnrry Dm Is (ilve 'l ips.
Pllll.APKi.rmA. Oct 2 Having the
privilege of Shlbe park und aided and
abetted by the Athletics, the Huston Hed
Sox. who 1I1 opped Into town late last
night from Washington to start a three
divs series wlh the lull champions to
morrow, went through two solid hours of
s.-ciet ptactlce to-dav In order to tune up
for tile coming claeh with the (Hants.
Closed gates, a la football style, nnd gum
shoe men bailed, was the order of the
morning Hatting, tleldlng and bae run
ning lonstiliited the workout, and then
the Sox went Into a long powwow with
the Athletic players, who had watched
the practice from their bench
All the plays that the .Mackmen re
membered from last fall's conlllct with the
(Hants wen tipped off to Htahl and his
-lowd, and what -Marqiiaril and Mathew
son possessed III those games.
Htahl ndtnltH Hint he does not expect an
easy time grabbing the winners' sliate ot
the world's series loot, nor dues he think
Unit th" Sox ate only going to get the 10
per cent, slice. The American title hold
ers fully expect tu win, but they rcallie
that it is not going to bo any picnic lick
ing McClraw's burlles.
Harry Pavls, who had a season of
thrills while trying to get the Naps to
play ball ami who now Is at his homo In
this city, also was on hand to give ad
vice. Pavls perhaps has a liner Idea of
the Giants' plays than any other .Mack
man, bar possibly (;, .Mack, and Hnrry's
tidvlce vvas listened to eagerly by the Sox
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
The three National League losers yeatrr
day were all near winners In each game
only une run separated them from the win.
Fred Cl.irks Indignantly denlea that there
verre an sharp wnrda between him anil Har
ney Dreyfus w lien he alKiied to managa for
Hal Chare, nirt Dmlrla and other High
landers were at ih Potn llrmuida jrslrrUav
geitlnR pointers on the mauls for Hie world'a
rrrlea ot It 1 3
Ames didn't do badly In qualifying aa a
vv s. white hope, but whoever twirls, the
Limits must do some hitting behind him to
repel the Hed peril
Here's anntbir record' Trls Speaker drew
five papsfs In Tuesday's game. He also holds
the rerord of Peine the only lloetoti r litre
fielder named Speaker
The Pnlo (Irnunils Is to have an up lo date
score board next year Harry Htevena will
put up an equipment telling all the players
and giving the names rf nut of town bat.
" Baaahall, WaihlBglon Park. To-day, 818.
a-i aa. urocajyn vi. ijltnu.-eiaM
.Miss Murie Warner Kxcels Miss
Miiry Hrowne in I'lneiiiff
SC01.KS IN STRAHUIT SKTS
In Doubles Mrs. Chapman nnd
Mrs. McIiOnn Complete Hont
Miss Mary Dtowne. the young Call
fornlan who has swept all b-fore her on
the Eastern tennis courts this season,
met with her tlrat defeat yisterday In
the second lound of the women's metro
Ipolltan championship at the West Hide
(Tennis Club, 23Sth stieet and ldoadway.
Miss Marie Wagner, holder of the Indoor
title, was the incquet wlelder to earn
renown by defeating the champion und
sho accomplished tho task In straight
sets, ti 4, 6 3.
As yestetday was only the second day
of the tournament there wns not a large,
ctowd to see the match that provided the
biggest upset of the season. Many who
wished to see the California!! pluy had
overlooked the fact that the draw In the
second round brought her Into competi
tion with the one most likely to prevent
her placing the metropolitan title In her
list of Knstern victories. Thus visits to
the courts were delayed until the later
loiinds. when the competition Is always
expected to be keener. In addition to
holding the singles championship Miss
llrowne Is one of the doubles champions
and her defeat In the singles was empha.
slied when later In the afternoon with
.Miss Marlon Kruno as a partner she was
beaten In the second round of the doubles
by Mis. a. I.. Chapman nnd Mrs. Mar
shall McLean, 3 1!, T 5, 7 5.
From tho moment that Miss Wagner
ettled to her game yestetdsy ll was
seen that there was trouble In store for
the champion, whose play lacked the
steadliu-ss necessary for success. Th
swift driving of the Callfornlan, which Is
her biggest asset against most of the
l'nsterners, was a positive di-ttlnient when
opposed to Miss Wagner, who Is mole
at home when the play is fast than she Is
If her antagonist resorts to lobbing. Miss
lltowue'a service had no terrors for Miss
Wagnet, who not only n-turned the ball
teadlly. but In the subsequent rallies ex
eelhd In the finesse of placing.
Miss Hiownt' fiequently came to mid
court In the hope of using her deadly
overhead stroke for a kill, but on nearly
every occasion this was prevented and the
point earned by MKs Wagner by the sim
ple expedient of sending the return lo tho
back line and out or leach of Miss Hrowne.
Miss Wagner had a chop to her strokes
that often forced nets, and her drives to
the side lines were straight and Hue with
only an Inch or two of daylight between
the ball anil the net. It was the placing
of the indoor champion that after all had
most to do with her victory She had .Miss
Hrowne running uroiind the court as the
cro-s-court shots went first to one side
and then to the other, and fiequently dur
ing the match Ml Wagner sooted, by
Although Miss llrowne showed the list-b-ssuess
that Is a natural outcome of tin
four months of hard campaigning, there
Is no detracting from the credit due to
Miss Wagner for her victory. Those who
have watched her tennis closely said that
never before had she played so IjrllllanUy.
In the doubles Miss lltowne and Miss
Fenno made a hard tight with the score
S--3 against them In the deciding set.
When Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Mcle-nn
onl.v needed two points to win, -Miss
Honne made her service tell, so that she
pulled the game out after deuce had been
called. One more game wai all that the
Callfornlan and her partner could get. for
on Miss lVuno's service Mrs. Chapman
and Mrs. McLean broke through and then
wound up with a love game on Mrs. Mc
In the mixed doubles Mis. Ilargrr Wal
Inch and Raymond 1). Little made an ex
cellent combination, but they had to- play
their best to defeat Miss Ina Kissel and
C. W !eonsrd, !i 6, 6 4.
Metropolitan Championship, Womrn'a sin
gles. Second HoundMiss Marie VVj-ner df
feateil Miss MMry llrowne, C I. t .1
Third Hound Miss Kllzal.etn Hume dr
feited Miss II It I'unnett. - 0. 8 U. Mrs.
ll.irxrr.1Vall.irh defeated .Miss Hewitt. 11.
c- 11. Mi's lima Marcus iirfratnl Mrs. a
H Ofil.r, 10, 61. Mrs ti tie Oirsdorrf
defeuteil Mrs I'lipe. 4- t!. r. 4 t 2: Miss
Ina Kissel (Ufrate.t Miss IMlth tjwynur, ( 2.
2 . 7 r,
Women Doiit.lrs, Klrs Hound Miss Mary
Hrowne and Miss M.irlou lVnno defeated
Mis Porter and Mrs. IVilbnurn. C ;, t.- 2.
Miss Marie Wanner and Ml.s Fish tlrfratr.l
Mrs Frederic Siiltnll?. and Miss VVhltlnx.
a 1. t, - 3.
Sfcoml Hound -Mrs. Harrer-IV allarh Hnd
Mrs Douglas defeated Mrs. , N Wlllljnn
anil Mhis HltZApeth Hnnce, ft 4, 4 s. (..1
Miss Kune and Mlna Kiiei dfffatfd Mrs de
ilrrsdorf ami Ml. Il-jitr,. 62. C 2, Mrs.
Weaver and Miss Krna Malctls orfeate.l M.t-s
II K rminett unit Miss .Mertltt. ( 1). f, 2
Mrs (i I, Chapman and Mrs Marshall Mc
Lean UelrateiJ .vllss Mat)- llrowne and Miss
Marion Ket.no, 36, . -5, 7 fi , Miss Murie
VVasner and Mia rih defeated Misa A.
Crarln and Mls Delia Terre, 62, b :,
Miss Clare Cassiii anil Mrs. Ltbtnan ilrfrateu
Mrs llnstave y Toucliant and Mrs. Hanney,
I, 3, ti- l Mrs William II I'outll and Misa
Handy defeo'ril Mrs A II Order and Miss
Donuvun, t I, '. 1. Miss Kdllh liwynne anil
Mist Jane Itosvson defeated Mrs. Morris and
MIjs Hewitt, S7, t .1.
Mixed Duiiblra I'irit Hound Miss Ina
KUsrl and C IV Leonard won from Mr nnd
Mrs I. Il Morris by default, Miss U.stil-ro.i-h
ami!! -stokes won from Miss Kdllh
ilwynne ami M I'rarson by drfaiill, Mlaa
Mary Hrowne and C F liaison, Jr. vvun
fioni Mrs Weaver and partner by default
Second Hound Miss (.'tare Cassell and
II, Voshell defeated Mlrs A. Cragln an.)
partner b default. Mrs. Doug-la und T It.
Pell defeated Mls Hriale Holdrn and .Mr
Chambers. 7 i, 6, Mrs. Haricrr-Wallacji
mid tl.is.mnml t) Little defeated Misa Ina
KIsFel and C W Leonard, -. - i M .
Kane nnd II I) Wrenn defeated Mlaa H
It I'unnett and l)r l-lwlng Taylor, il 1. , 0.
WINNERS STICK OUT AT LAUREL
Four I'eivorllea .Show In Front 'nt
Suin.ll Fields nt Finish.
ItAi timiiiik, Oct. 2 Small fields were
in order to-day at Laurel and four
favorites made good, The Western con
tingent put over a good thing In the tlfth
race when Hack Hay, backed down from
20 to shot to the front and won. .
Star Charter, owned by .1. W. Schorr,
nnd Col. Holloway, belonging to the
Ik-verwyck Stable, will be shipped Satur
day to liulsvllle to take part In tho four
mile enduranco stakes to be tun theie
First Itace Two.year-olda, five furlongs:
Stockton. 109 iHliuttlnger). 12 lo 5, 4 to f
und 1 to 4, won, Jewel of Atla, 10 illut
welll. 7 tn 5 for place, second, Jnqtlln, 112
McTaggart), S tn I lo show, third Time
101 4-fi Venchee, Neumasa, (ioldy, Frank
Hudson und (.old stuck nlan ran
Second Itace Two-ear-olds, Ave and a
half furlongs Misa Kdllh, 112 (Teuhani, a
1n 5, a to t) nnd out. won, Inaurunce Man,
103 (. McTaggart , 3 to 1 for plare. second.
ItlnslltiK. Ill (Ambrose), nut to shn-v, third
Time- 1 .OS 1-5 lirorga Ftoll and (.'apt 111
llott ulau ran
Third iture Six furlongs: Lord Wells,
10 iMcTaggnrti, 6 to !., 1 in 2 nnd otu.
won. Joe liultena. 109 (Hvrne). 3 to 2 for
plate, second Incision. 04 lAmbroar), 7 to
Id tn ahuw. third. Time I 14 3-5. Hag
man left at post. Argonaut and Ityihnn
Dell also ran
Fourth Hare Mile ami a sixteenth- Don
ald McDonald. 10 (Mct'aggnrt), i to J, I to
t, and out. won. Flanima lu5 tllutweltt. 1 to
4 for place, second, l.awtnn Wiggins
itlhuttlngrn. 2 tn 5 in ho, third. Time.
1-47 2-6 Cheer Pp nnd riaranoln also ran
fifth Hare Sl furlunga: Duck Hal, 107
IHchwrlblgl, 7 to I, t tu 2 and tn I, won
HUu, 101 (Ford), S to 1 for plare, second
Montcalm 1 Oh Kllasai, f tn I to show, third'
Time l 14 Chemulpo, John Huberts, Pre.
inlrr, Lady Irma nnd Monrrelf alto ran
Sixth HareMile and a sixteenth! Taboo
I Wolf i, in 2. to 5 and J to , wnn
Nonpareil, 110 (Hvrne), even for place, arc
end: Spin, 104 (Hulwell), to 5 to ahow
third Time 1-47 4-6 Troy tValght. Itubla
Oranda and c.arth also rsn
BASEBALL, TO.DAT, SO P M N Y Amerl.
eMi Washington. Amer. League Park. Adm:
PAPKE IS SUSPENDED.
II ox Iiik' Commlaslon Takea Prompt
Action Men- Club Licensed.
, tllll Papke, former middleweight cham
pion, who sailed for France yo'teYday
morning after refusing lo box Frank
Mantel) nt the New Star A. C. Tuesday
night, has been Indefinitely suspended by
the State lloxlng Commission. This pen
alty was Inflicted by the commission af
ter hearing the evidence tn the case yes
terday nfletnoon. It also was decided to
cable to Paul Itousseau, president of the
French Frdetatlon of lioxers, advising
that Pajike's coming match with Car
pcnller Hi I'm la be cancelled, ltefote tho
commission ndjourned word camei from
Ilosseatl that I'npke would be placed on
the carpel hs soon as lie arrived. Papke
will b permitted to apply for reinstate
ment by the commission when he returns
to this country.
The Furty-foiiith street A. C. Is the.
name of tin organlratlon which received
a licet' so to hold bouts In Amsterdam
Hall, the former home of the National
Sporting Club, which had Hi license re
voked several months ago because the
rule against the giving nf decisions wan
violated. Daniel Mclv'etrlck Is the presi
dent and matchmaker of h new club.
It was stated that the club had leased
the building for 11 year and would not
permit Tom O'Hourke. to bo Identified
with the management.
The commission heard another appli
cation fioni Lnch Cross for reinstate
mcnt but took no action. Cross was noti
fied that, , If he could secure the Indorse
ment of leading sporting writers he
might be" allowed to fill an engagement
next week at a local club.
IN ftCONJKE AT BAT
Finnll.v Defeated by 192 Runs,
lint Show Spirit nnd n
After being too far behind on the first
duv's play to stand much chance of win
ning tho game the New York players
braced In fine style yesterday nt Living
ston when the International cricket match
with the Australians wob resumed. In the
end Hie New Yorkeis were defeated by a
margin of 192 runs, but they showed far
more spirit In their batting, white their at
tack with the ball was varied and le
sourceful. The outstanding feattnes were the hit
ting of 1). Smith In Australia's
second Innings and the capital stand by
.1. L. Puyer and C. K. Marshall for the
first wicket lit New York's second at
tempt. Smith made his runs In marvel
lously quick time, his Inning of 6G last
ing out fifty-seven minutes.
The Australian hit the ball out of the
grounds on four different occasions. All
the bowlers were treated alike, Co macho
having two of the lilts made off him,
while Kelly nnd J. Pover were the other
bowlers Healed to the unusual punish
ment. Two bats, aiitogrnphed by all the play
ers on the Australian side, were presented
after the game by Robert 11. Henjamln,
the Australian manager, for the best work
on the local team In each depaitment.
J Poyer got the batting prize for a com
blneJ score of 60 and L. Comacho re
ceived the bowling prise for a rombined
'total of 7 wickets for "6 tuns. The Aus-
j trallans were the guests of the cricket
members of the Crescent Athletic Club
I after the game at a supper nt ihelr city
The score and bowling analysis fol
low! APSTIUI.IANS: '
FIRST INNI.NHS. SECOND INNINGS.
C. Kelleway, I b w, b
S. II. Kmery, c Cobb,
b Kelly. 1
i: II. Mai ne, c and b
. J. Poycr 23
. CarUeek, c ar.d b.
II. Wehstet, c and b
D. Smith. ! H. Tur
c J Pov er, b Coma
cho ... 40
c and b Kelly . 0
r ('sutler, b Hot
c (iautler, b Coma
I b w, b Hosktngs 31
vllle, n Comacho. 10 c .Meyers, b II. Poyer 1
S II. (ircKory. not out 1 not out. .... 12
J. W. McLaren. 1 b w,
bllosklngs 1 not out 8
W .1 Wbltiy, b Co.
macho 0 did not bat
I'.. I'rutoM.b !lo-.klntr 0
Ultras ... u Kxlraa 34
Total 157 (dec. for wkts) .255
Kilns at each uickei- First Innings. 2 18 44
4(1-125-117 -lia-ts -I5U-I57: Second Innings.
2 -23 -M -100- 123-15211 -J34,
ll. XI. 11. Wk. U. U. tl WW.
Kl I) at. 4 81 0 eo 2
to 3 XI 1 49 I) IS 1
21 0 21 1 30 0 35 0
72 II 40 4 U U 3
24 I) 21) U 12 0 S U
30 tl 15 1
0 B I)
ALL NMV YORK.
J !.. Poyer. b Mai- c Webster, b Kelle
thews A way
C 11. Marshall, b Mal-
llicws. 13 b Whltty
A. llosklugs. b Wltu 10 bW hilly
11. II. L. Strlnthal. b
Matthews II b Whltty
i. twomscuu, u .mi
0 b Matthews ?4
cSmltn.b Vlatthews 0
3 csind b Krllrway 4
3 c Webster, b Mat
O. lurvillc. b Mat
thews. P. f. Kelly. bUliluy
II U-ltll-lloss, b Mat
P. Majiablr. b W billy I
II. A Meyer., c and b
II Poycr. b Matthews 0
11. Turville, not out 0
H. n. Heece, b Whltty. 0
F. Gatitlrr, b Whltty 0
h Whltty. 0
c Mcl-arrn, b Kelle
b Kelleway. 0
c Kelleway, b Mat
c Webster, b Mat
si Carkrek, b ilal
thews. , 0
c Webster, b Mat
Huns at each wicket - fj lfV
First Innings. l-24-3i -3S-40 - 44 (A-48 j
5161-51 -5.1-53. Second Innings, f BB 6u
H. M. II. Wk.
Fall IlnirlKK Beslna at MnrTard.
Hoston, Oct. 2. Fall rowing began at
Harvard to-day, there being tlilrty-one
men on the vnrslty squad. ' Three boats
were sent out from the Newell boat house
and each of the crews was coached by
Three men remain from the 1 ft 1 varsity
crew. These ure Mills. No, 5 , Ooodale,
No. 4, and Reynolds, bow, the latter hav
ing been shifted from No, 3. The stroke
of this crew vvas I'lrnle. who stroked last
ear's winning freshman eight. The other
men In the boat were either substitutes
Inst fall or rowcsl with the freshmen.
uapi. Atues wns coxswain of the crew
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Misses Hyde, Bishop nnd Hoi.
litis Defeated 'in Matches for
iJ QUAKERS ARE LEFT J
In Par Competition Miss Hyde
Makes Amends by Seorins;
88 for Course.
Manchester, .Mass , Oct. 2. Dair.o For
tune was unkind to-day to the metro
politan aspirant for first honors In the
eighteenth national championship fo
women being held over the. Kssex county
course. Each of the New York contln
cent was beaten.
Those who predicted a olose struggl
between Miss Lillian H. Hyde nnd Mrs.
E. C. Wheeler, Jr., were not disappointed,
Mr. Wheeler won, but It was nt the last
hole. Uoth of these players have been
through to the finals of a national cham
pionship. Miss Hyde had u great nil
vantage In the long department, but her
work about the greens resembled the
novice. Mrs. Wheeler took three shots
Jo equal Miss Hyde's two, when both hit
their best, yet the former won the match
owing to her superior short game.
The medal cords of this match were not
particularly good, each winning a holt by
threu strokes on the outward Journey,
which built up their medal cards to 41
and 47. Mrs. Wheeler leading by 1 up
at this point. The cards:
Mrs. Whealer 8(535357 345
Atlas Hyda I I I I I I H 4 4t
.Mrs. Wheeler.... M I .H ( U 6 50- -M
Miss Hyde I 1 I I I I 1 1 6 4 15
Miss Hyde made up to a certain, extent
for her defeat by winning the special
handicap vs par competition for players
not In tho championship, rlhe was at
scratch, playing against par of 88 set by
tne women 8 committee, nils was pre
cisely the same score which won first
honors In the qualification round for Miss
Curtis. Mist llydu wns even with par
and scored an is, which equals tho best
cure made at Essex this week.
Mrs. K. 11. Filler of Philadelphia, a
championship possibility whenever she
plays at home, added quite a feather to
her hat when she beat Miss Georgian
Bishop this morning 8 up and C to go.
Miss Kutlicrlne Melius of Los Angeles,
who came through Into the third round by
defeating Miss Marlon Hotllns, Is a new
comer In national golf. She has played
most of her golf right nt Kssex the past
summer nnd It was no disgrace to Miss
Hnlllns to suffer defeat at her hands.
Miss Melius less than two weeks ago
played the Essex course In S 5. Both
California and Massachusetts are claim
ing Miss Melius now that she has ad
vanced to the second round.
Thtee Plilludelplilans, Including Mrs.
E. 11. Filler, are left for the matches In
the third round, Mts. it. II. Barlow and
Mrs. (J. F. Fox, who have stood at the,
head of tho lost of Quaker City
players for several years, were the.
other winners fioni this district. Mrs.
Barlow and Mrs. Filler come to
gether to-morrow, so that while one Phil
ndelphlan Is sure to have a seml-flnallst
berth, they cannot qualify but one In the
upper half or the draw.
Surprise was expressed at the defeat
of Miss Harriet to. Curtis, former Bos
ton woman and national champion. She
was expected to win over Miss Oram
Kcmple of St. Louis. Miss Semple won
by 3 and 1, going out In 43 to Miss Cur
tie's 46, Playing out the bye holes after
the match had been settled on the seven
teenth green Miss Semple had a total of
91 for the course.
The aam high standard of golf that
marked the qualification and first round
of match play scoring by Miss Margaret
uurtis. tne present tltleholder. was evi
denced to-day In her match with Mrs.
Roope. The latter won the fifth hole and
had to be content with this tiny bit of
satisfaction, for the tlelholder went out
in 43 and started back 4, 6, 3, 5 and th
match was over.
Chamnlonshln. fieennil rtAiinri - ts r
Wheeler. Jr.. Wdllaston, bent Misa L. Ti.
Hyde, South Shore, 1 unj Miss Orace Semple.
m. i.uuir. Drm ..in. vi.
8. Curtis, Kstax, 3
Mrs. R. II. Fftt-r. Vli.lnn lstr Mt.. el
niihop. Hrooklawn, 8 and ; Mrs. It. II. Bar
low, Merlon, beat Miss F. C. Osgood, ths
Country. 4 and 2.
Misa K. Melius. Los Angeles, beat Mlts
Marlon llolllna. Wrstbrook, 3 and 2. Miss M
Si. ,Ph'fs. the Country, beat Mlts Loulae
Llklna, Oakmont, 3 und 2.
Misa .Margaret Curtis. Msaex. beat Mrs 0
W. Roope. Hrae Horn. und 4. Mrs. C F.
1-ot, Huntingdon Valley, beat Misa It K.
Manlr, Merlon, r, nnd 4.
GOLF FIXTURES IN CONFLICT.
Btaten laland Champlonahlp An
no tin red WhISp ssann la ItnnnlnaT.
Although many of the succeeding weeks
are open Ktaten Island golfers seem tin
able to avoid a conflict with 'the Nassau
Country Club. The annual ittaten Island
championship tournament will be held
over the Fox Hills links to-morrow and
Saturday of this week and Mohdnv nf
next. This method of winding up on -Mon-
way is similar 10 tne plan Inaugurated
lust year at Itlchmond county, the Idea
being that It Is easier for business men
to get away for two days than for three.
Except for the two amateurs who happen
to reach the decisive ntiiue nil s.in h
able to return to business on Mondav
.The tournament will start wlth'nn
eighteen hole qualifying round to-morrow
and those with the sixteen top scores will
qualify for the first match round that at.
ternonii. .Second and semi-final rounds will
ciaim attention on Hnturdav so ns to
make way for the thlrty-slit hole final
Besides those well known rolfers at.
rendy announced as having entered for th
invitation tournament nt the Nassau
Country Club links, which begins tn-daj,
several others of prominence mnde known
their Intention to compete. One of these
Is E. M. Barnes of Englevvood, who sprang
Into fame through his defeat of Harold
11. Hilton, the famous Br tish golfer in
the semi-final round of the tournament
over the National links a couple of weeks
ago. Barnes, It' will be recalled, lost tn
Fred Herreshoff In the final round. Ilav
motid 1). Little, former tennis champion,
who now devotes part of his spate tlm
to golf, Is another entrant, although Little
Is rarely seen In tournaments, Clifton
Mabon, O, C. Oreetiway and A. R, Fish
ham also expressed their Intention of
Hani Tarklp Kllla Schoolboy.
Lonomont, Col. Oct, 2. Capt. Acton
Hpronti of the Lnngmont high school
football team died last night from a frac
tured skull received while being tackled
In a game Saturday with West nenver
I high school.
Buttle, onlr by thi
liMlntH 4 Win,
Order trom ur desUtr.