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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1918.
10 Wagner and Lesser Pirates Bat Giants Into Submission Chance Cheered But Domineered I GIANTS UNABLE ' TO KEEP IT UP Heat en by the Pirates After Sticking Jo Them for One Inning. OLD HOXUS IS OX HAND' Only; Home Bun and Two , Other Hits and a Few 1 Feats in the, Field. 'OFF DAY FOR ATi TEM.l,KEj Neither IHh Cnrve Nor Control Oood and Wilts" Hastens to Believe Him. Hta Olairts. Cardinals and Cut are all tStnuslved up for third place. Karh lost yesterday, and tho Phillies and Brooklyn, ttoth of whom won, widened the gap. The i Pirates happened along and triumphed , over the Gants. while the Hrooklyns . hurled Ihe Cardinals to defeat. Th" Cub I ere beaten In .n extta Inning tilt hv the' Phillies. Tho Beds took heart an.l trimmed the Boston.. Yesterday's rtrsalte. Plttcbuiaj, 7 s New York. S. Brooklyn. -I; at. Louis, , Jhlladelphla. C; ChlrnC". r, (ten Inntnga). Inclnnetl. II; Flo.ton. 5. Retailed Club Standlnga. 1 I e, m 3l la i. V Philadelphia 'J i; ; s: if .ISM, is 1'.' ,s:n' tl 1.1 Mil is I. si: i: i'. : in n -u:1 i! ; BreeklTn.... 1 : l I New York. Bt. Louis.. V: o' i- -1 i i Chicago.. i 3 I r, J . Pittsburg-.. ' 1 I t, P-oaton. ' 'l.'i Cincinnati... ..) Games I. oil t'ii: is n i 14 ii),.i'i To-day's orhriliilr. Plttaburg In New York Pt. Louis In Hrn,,klt Chlcac" In Philadelphia Cincinnati In Hot"i Tha Qlants kept pace with the Pirates for one InnlnR esienlny, then went Into Ik decline. The Ram ,icd to be rinse After the first innlnc and was won by the Plttshurcers, 7? to It wasn't much of a competition at iinv time and notice, aldy humdrum after the hutlo and excite ment and continued netlon of tb" day before. It doubtless would have cnntalmd a arreater local nppe.il had the Ulants won (thoiiKh there Is a I'nteile lodRed n few point" abaft th" northeast of the ilsltlnR tram'" ben. Ii which serins tn take dellcht lit run" by Hi" Ulants' op ponents), roIiik to show that whether a (tame Is entertnlnitiK or dull m.i be a Flat of mind. Ilut for whntexer fun the tilant" Rt out of the fray the afternoon whs as cheei esa as the rieather Tlx ir victorv oer the Phllllea on Wed11rsd.1v made life north while once ni"re fnr tie Pirates, and they ahnwed It yesferdav. Thev plaved pood ball Thev planted their iitls In fertile places. They made tin lust of ue of their hits. Tiny piactlcallv won the Kama with two oui They made two runs 1n the first InnlnR with two nut and three In the second under the nttn cnndltlnns The fllants did all of their seorlnR lifter the first two battels had bun reined, so It was a day of defetie.l npiislnc lloblnson p'.tch'il so eeii and well for the rirates that not until the ninth lurdtlf; did the tlrst New York batter up reach first base, rurlheimore, all the local explorers were on slnRly except for n few fleetlns moments In the flrst InnlnR. Oppoaed to the excellent pltdiltiK of Itob itison. n southpaw drl'ei-. l". 1 wyi too much for the Giants, v.,i" 1 t h'.UR of the other t-oit by Hem, lire The lntter hadn't his usual spred, hi" curve was not lespnnslvn and his contiol' wasn't Rid. Wlltte's work wns much better Demarre, however, was the victim of nn error In the second InnlnR without Tihlch thero wou'd have bcui fin corlnK In that period. .Meyers let a chance to retire Mike Simon ro by, and with ac ceptance of chances the limine would have passed bv wlthuit nn.s in; s The Giants had h mniila fm tockettnc the ball, sixteen flliR out The litfhiirK ensemble put up nine files themew.. One of New York's outs thioimh the air wasn't the ordinary arc'iliiE kind. It was n aollfl line smah by Poe, but It wept straight to Warner, and that ancient and honorable rrlprle Is still doddcrlnR around actively enough to b 11 broad benmed and bandy lenged menace tn the field ot nt bat. There may be cracks and penms In h! battered anatomy, but be still has a maw as capacious ns ever for anythlnR lilt on hta aide of the hemisphere, and hi" eyea and arm are still attuned to base Jilts. The Infirm Putchman did all he hnd to do In the Held without any slen of decadence, and between times whanaed the. ball for tun slnsles and a home run On or off crutches, there ts only one Honue. It was Warner who stntted trouble In the first lnnlne. Ptirey and nx went out after Mensor's walk and llnnus drilled n ilnitle over Fletcher's head, The drive ecored Mensor. Jlnnus rumbled to second on the throw In and scored when Miller bounced a triple over Hum s head Wilson walked and trliM the double steal In rompatiy with Miller Itapld throwing by Meyera and Doyle stopped Miller at the piata. Burns and Rhafer tapped files In Nei Yorlt'a portion, then Kletchet rolled a atlltia to rtcht. Poyle slammed safely tn eentra. the ball broke through Mensor and Larry hustled bshlnd Fl-lct.er beforw th n-la-s brought the ball to . . . . . , , ... .... I, ... Simon Murrav singled In Miller's halll- wick, stole second and continued to thud en Blmon's poor throw, but was left there en Merkle's lift to Wilson. The (Hunts never scored again, ncter reached third kaje. Tha Pirates employed the sacrifice on tho smallest provocation Simon hunted after Byrne hnd walked In the second, Meyers fumbled ntid both men wi-r" safe, lloblnson put a fly In Hums' hands. Merkle made a line Mop of Mensor'a drive nnd threw nut Hytrin at the plate. Carey ftlppthl a tilple to the rlRht field wall, Murray was slow In picking It up and Simon find Mi-in-or cninn In Vlnx slid P single past Heizns and landed Caiey at the plate. Simon singled In Ihe fouith arid got away with a steal because Fletcher was Heleep and didn't rover, lloblnson sacrl Herd and Mentor MnElcil, and that was one nmie I'lttshiits inn, Wacner nearly (U linn ti iuIsMiir a strike In the llftli. DOES PRETTY WELL ikkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkv .riflUklkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk bbbbbbbbbU ' atjw iT!4' Vx'v JjKfm xaaaaN'., k ;-eP-.-- : :......; -V W jaair - I . . - - - - - ! j Ilonua WBer. nt nbotu It was aald that be TtH s about ta paaa Into the basebell discard, made Ian aliiRlee and a holue ran asalnat the (ilnnts eslprday. In addition be a lonrr nf atrrnaith In the Held. The lonrr picture alinna Miller lielnic pat not at the plate la the tlrat lunlna nn an attempted dnnhlr atral. then the left bleachers nearly fell down from the force of the cntnpultlc homer which struck them. Wlltse held the Pi lates safe the rest of the wa, thoiiRli IIuzor made a superb play on I'arey's Rrounder In the ninth and Killed a base 1 hit. He nipped the ball Iwtween himself and the bat; nml had a Ioiir throw to tnal." on a fast man .Mclitaw was on ihe lines only nn In nlnc 01 two He hail a sote side fiom a tliriv.n ball which lilt h,m In pt.ictice br fOte the Rame. The scote: pnrnfiti; NEW YOUK .V I. a e ah r II n a e n I ".nrr. If 4 A 1 " 1 1 e e -.(Htr-p r. 1 o (i n 4 11 Vie' 'her -.it1.' " 'J 1 1)01 le h I 1 3 " 1 it n Morr.T.rf 4 B t . f AU T II p Mn'r rf I Currvlf m jb '. IVnzn'r... f MlllT.lb 4 Wil.on rf 1 H.rK-Jb 1 Mmon.c 1 Ilnh a n n 1 1 r t : 3 ". ft Merkle Hi ( 0 ller02 "Ii 1 0 1 llevf I . e .' 1 " II trllev e I l"in'lef p rt s . 010, lir'. I W lte . 1 'Thorpe . 1 1 1 1 t I I ft I I ft 11 1 Totals Jt 7 11 :; 1 t Total. 13 ' 14 Hilled fer riemar'-e in the eonrt iriulnr tllitteil for wntae In the ninth tnnlnr I-lttahuri . . ? .1 1 1 1 0 ft 1 0- 7 New York ;0O0(ie0ft0-3 Fir.t ha.e on error.-Pitt.hurf . r I.it on bo.e. I-itt.burfir. : Ne-j York 7 First ba.e mi bills -Off ftohln.on. 3- oft rv-naree. 3j ntf Will.-, t Strile!. n'lt Mt Robuisoii. 1. b. Wllt.e, 3 Itnni rim- W.ian.r Thre b.i.e lilt Cirer, Millir -.eTiti,t hits Care.r. i 111011 Hnhui.on tolea Im.p vtmrui. MurrHV. IlouWe i.l.ij 1V.ii, iter and Miller lilts 4111 Demaree I m 1'rr. inninx; nit Wilt-s1. 6 m 'eu iiinir.r. ramne 111 hlef O'Dai KieUI utiiiiire- llni.he Tune hour and O mlimle. SQUEEZE PLAY BEATS CUBS. l-hlllles Work II In Tenth rtnaail and Win hv a to fi. Pim.onnt.riiiA. May le - The Phillies opened the seiles with I'hlcaRo to-day and wnn In the tenth Innlnp on a sitii,ee Pl.ll b a score of i! tn f. With 01, e nut and a man on second and third, Klllifer bunled tn Oiei.iH and llonlej, runn nR for I.iiderus. slhl m.r the plate one handed catches by MiiRee ynd Cravath robbed the visitors of four runs. The core : riiiCAG (N. l ) 1 rnu,A. (.v. i,) abrhpae abrnpa Clynisr.ef .-. e I'll. Ian. 7h r, 1 llllr.ll 4 a '.un'ut! 3b It 1 Saler lb f. 1 Seh'lle.rf 1 1 Hri.lv 3 1 Arelier.e !, t 0r.ll 11 ' ft Total" 1 Paakert.ef 2 t 1 I 4 o,Knb,:b, 4 ft !.obrt.b 1 Maiee.lt . 4 I l.'rar'lh.rf 4 S ft I 1 f 0 rt a e ii II i' 0 n 0 ft 2 0 1 0 ft n 0 0 11 11 ii 1 : ! 0 1 ft 3 3 r. 3 n t,I.tiirua,lh. 4 ltllnwler ft O.poolan as 3 0 t.Mlller . . 1 l)nde,a I 'IS 14 t'Kllhler.e r. .Alu'iler.p : 'niiry.i. ft IlinUn I lUennan.p 1 I'tY.lah 1 Capron " 'Seainn p., ft ft e 11 11 1 n ft ft n n Telala , sr. up 11 Due mil when wmninr 11111 waa .eored ltan for I.udfriia In the tenth Ihnlnt tllalled for Poolan In the eighth Innlm llhitled for nixer In the .erenlh Innmr Halted for llrennan In the ninth Inning Itan for Wal.h In the ninth Inning, f'hlcacn., .. , 5 I a a 3 1 a Philadelphia ,:iOlftaa: ""-v"ir.",TO? In nT n" "v" imnn:; ntt Itixej. in one ann onetliliu Hi , ntnga; off nrennan. nope In two Innlnia. off prJii. Vi2tJ,B...e i ha.e hit "Jal.r . --". i atH. Home run Zimmerman Ifl on baeChira;o, 11: Philadelphia. 10. Struck qui- ny vteiaii, nj Aiexanaer. a b Itlxey, br llrennan. 3t bv Aeaion. I. nonh ume piav- Majre and Knabe. Flrat base on balla-Olf I . off Alexand-Vr I- off Hrennan tS , 2.' Hit 1. V pl e), SaeriBei, hlta-I.ohert, Knabe, wvrrun Seal on. iSohilllel i i "Jot.-1 i.,V'..i.0. hour.'arid'p&M Jtyrnn rime- Corollna Aaanclatlon, Aahvlll. 4; Charlotta, 1, Italetgh, 4, Oreenaboro, 1, Durham. ", IVIn.ton-Palam. f i sonthrrn I.eaaTne, Atlanta, 4: Memphis, 4. Montgornary, 4; Hlrmlngham, 1 Naw Orleans, 0, lii.ittaiionga, o. Na.htllle, Mobile. I lln.eball. Mllir.lS Fllil.K, lit-dai, .It.in M Pmnkli n i .St lamls, ,ttfr rusii:BAI.I.. Polo tirounds, tn-ilav, ,l:ao r. si. t,iA.M3 . I'irr.MiH noil.- AJt. EOR FEEBLE VET Bull Durham Now Uses Butcher Tools piKS the (Slants purchased Huho Mnrqunrd from In dianiipolis for $11,1101) liis sido paiinor. Hull Diirhitm.nlson pitcher. , wns included in the di-al. Last winter in I,i AngeW Mnrqunrd was hnileil by a fat person who woie a butcher's npron and stood I in front of a meat shop. "Hello, Htibe!" cried the corpulent one, extending his hand. "Who aie you''" queried the (Siunth1 Miuthpaw, "Hull Durham," was the reply. "I couldn't hold on the bin leagues so I went back to chopping beef," Hull Is there yet. ALL LOOK ALIKE TO REDS. The- Slain llnl Mncleen lilts l)tT I'onr lloaliui llminilainea. P.nsTow. May If..- The P.i ds slauchterej the p.r.ives this afternoon, llndltu- four lo.nl twlilers u.e.l for nineteen afe h:s and wlnnltiR bv 11 to Johnson held ltr.Mon to nine srater(d hits anil Rave but ope pass. The score : (TNl'IN.N 4.TI sb r h p a Hale..rf 4 .1 : .1 ft lleeker If r. 1. f. J ft Tinker . 4 : 4 4 4 Until. I 1I1 4 'i 1 v ft Mnr.'.cf I 0 1 1 ft Alm'da cf 1 ft 1 1 11 Hers r.:ii :i 0 3 4 (.rjiu.fli 41:00 f'larke.e. r. P I r. : Jolin.on p 4 1 0 BOSTON i.n 1. 1 e ah r h p ft Ma'ville 1 ii n ; ' .ler. lb 4 ft ('nun Ih If .1 ft I 'nllih 1 1 1 0 l.e..h :i "Tun. rf 4 ft Mllni.cf 4 ft le III! Ill 3 1 Wh llllH.C 4 'I He, p ... 0 1 0 ft 1, 1 ' 4 1 1 l 1) 1 1 ft 1 ; e n 1 ft n ft e ft 0 1 ti 0 ft ,1 n 1 a M Il.illdld I Tolale, i;uiri l,Iiie;mi.p 0 K'alhuun 1 i.ervals.p strjiid i Totala .83 S S 37 13 Hatted far fleas In the third Inning tDatled for Dlekaon 111 the alith Inning Cincinnati I ft 2 0 5 s 3 -1t llo.ton. . iooiojo3 5 First baa on error -Cincinnati f.eft oil haiea -llo.ton, 4: Cincinnati, 7 First ba.e on balls Oft He... I; off IHckann :: off Mrand 1 off .lalin.nii, 1 Slril'k out Ily Strand. :i by Johnson 4 Home run-Connolly Three bae hits f.'onnolli, Mann. Hates Two Inse hits -llevtln Heelier, (Irani Sncritlie Int. firanl, Hershamnier. Sai-rlllce file. Connolly, I)eiin, Tinker, llohllliell Stolen lne. Mei, 'i'ltu., Tinker llniible plaja lle and Mei, Maian tllle, SwenieT anil M.rrrs I'mpiies Klini and Otlh Tune .' hours and It niiuiitrs HAUSER MAY NOT PLAY AGAIN, Cardinal' Shortstop Crippled With Hrokrn Bone la Hta line. Arnold llauser, the noted Mtoitstop of a.:ji..;,. .. . i...: , "- ..... i m, o"ii atam, It nppears that llauser broke a small it nnnene. mnf ll.ntiier ttrnli, o.ll Ti, I1In't hut didn't know It During tho spilng training ttlp h Injured his knee again. nut inniigm noimng or it unti the tueal; was disclosed hy tho X-ray llauser hasioii ba.e.-st. Louis. : HrooUlyn, 1 heen III the cam of u surReon ever since Hi" week In April, llaus-r Is now able to hobble with the aid of a cane, hut aurneon Is doubtful whetl,,.,- he cm "train .of running o the hall field. Tho loss of Ifimsor 1 4 deplored In- I Manager Iluggliis, who says that If he I hnd him In the lineup the Cnidlnnl would I finish In the Hist division. Trl-Matr l.eaune, At York Atlantic i-Hy, r,; York .1 ' Al Trenton -WHiuliicM.iti 4 Trsninn. ? At Alletii.nMi - Hnri'lsbiiig, , Allen to ri, I-, Plislei-n 4. asocial Ion, At Hrlilgepott lllli-irnlii .. Hlldcepnit At lloltnke lli.l-iiKe. 1, New IIhi.h. (eleven liniliii:. iliirkhiHS Sprlne At New l.nndon- .Sen l.inidnll neld At Plttafltld- littslltld, (; Wattrbury, 3. WHEAT AND DAUBERT USE BATS TELLINGLY Knelt Oets Homer Smith Triples Trio Scores A of Dodders' 8 Huns. SCOHK OF R TO fi RUNG IIP Hueker Resenes Rhoii Wheat's Rap Is First One Vet. Over Right. Field Wall. Home runs by the BrooldNns' wrecking crew, Znch Wheat mid .laku Dnuhert, helped In tho subjugation of the SI. Iotits 1 Cardinals at F.bbets Field yesterday. Tho scote wax 8 to 6, nnd 7,1100 fans were kept on tiptoe from slntt to finish. Wheat slummed the hull high ti tin fur over tho right Held wall Into Bedford riu'tine In tho third Inning, the first time the feat has been neoompllnheil tills ecu'iill. Il sent StetiRi'l iirrov' the plnte nhend of him. an the latter had KlriKlcd nml hail I pilfered yerotiu. Unuhert'e four bnRiter wria made In the fifth period on a terrific drlsn thnt rarrleil 'the hall to tho extreme lft Held comer , of the lot. Ited Smith uNo played nti i Important part with his bat. He banned tho leather fur four hllf, one n triple J which Kent homo two runners. Wheat. Dauliert and Smith Incidentally ."cored sl of the Pottsera' inns. The I'ardlnals, who showed much ' Klnser and pluck under tho leadership of Miller JIurkIds. subjected Patrick Don t'arlns ItiiRoti to roucli treatment. They Katheted thirteen hltH In seven round", and ' when Hacon becau the elshth by handlnsr out his fourth pass 1 'allien sent n hurry cull for Nnp Hucker to hold the enemy in check. Ilut It viis not until the lnM lsltor had been settled that the crowd I pot relief fium the iicnous strain 111 spite of Ihe Hlimsltli; of lM)th teams the tlelcllnc wns mancllnns. ntm handed I stops were numerous, ln Ioiik1 thiowH from the outlleld which cut down avarl- clous base t turner. HurkIiis m.ido four lilts and Konetchy three, one of which was a four b.iKRcr with a man on base In ' the opctilllR period llllRKltl" ued three pitchers, but couldn't stop the. home, team ' In tlie matter of scoi Iiir runs. Two wen- out in the Ilrt InnlnR when Mowr- y sliiR'.ed to left. 11" raced to the plate on Konetchy's homo tun wallop to left. Siieekaiil ntid flakes alo hit safely, but tiny wet" left, as O'l.earr's hot ' croundet wa well handled by Ctitslunv. Stu le s tlt.ih I'aiue in Hi" econd Iniiltit;. , licit f.uinil him tor 11 sliiRle tn rlrhl a ami liatilictt put V.ai It on thltd with d.'iible to left lloth counted on Smith's three bacRer niir MaRce's hi .id. That settled Steeie and Perrltt succeeded him Smith Milisenuently 11i.nl" tho third tun of the pet !ml on Miter's inlield nut After St'-iiRel's rap tn Petl.tt had re sulted 'n Motan's out at the plate In the j third InnlnR the former stole second and 1 waltzed home on Wheat's over the Rarden , wall drlxe. Dnuhert and Smith followed with safe Rroutidcts. but Fisher left them. I IlaRon p.i.Hf.eil 1 '.ikes with one down In the fourth and the latter worked his was " Mo the plate on n'l.eary's base hit and Wlnco's force. HiiERltis al. pot nroimd I ' In the tlfth 011 a pretty bunt, two Intlel.i ' ! outs and Koney s slnRle. Paubert's four ' j iMCiter tn the lat half put th PodRers two ahead, but hk.-iIu in th" seventh HuR I Rlns scored en Ins third hit. followed by I slncl's from the bats ewuriR by M.ifeej j dnd Koney 1 Two weie out !n the Inst half of th I seventh when Wheat worked In u double i I tn left Perrltt Intentionally walked iMtibert, hut Smith lined a flnsle tn rlRht land Wheat spitnti.l home. I Still two runs li-hmd. the Cardinals 1 kept up th flith t They Jumped from the ' lotion, yelllns like Indians when llacnn I walked Shr cknrd ns a starter In the 1 'Rhth The s.nreboard showed thnt the Cubs ai-1 1 part-fitly had th" Quakers lies. ton an.l with lilslons of llrt pl.icn tlaticltiK b"fnr his j Li.t P.ihlen called ltacon nut of th box. Much cheerltiR for Pucker, but It i quh-klv "llepced ns Nap hit (lakes on the let. fathers. b.ittliiR for Kvans, .smiished I nti" nt Pucker, whose throw tn Smith 1 fined Sheokat.l, hut Smith In IryliiR for. a double pjay nuri'-.t tin- n.111 several iri over P.iubcrt's head, finite" eeore.l on the ! error and fathers landed on third I lluaclns ordered Whttted to h.it for I Wlntro. Whlttcd raised .1 fly to Moran, J whoso superb throw to the plate made ! Cithers hustle hnck to third. liuR Larry ini...,n lilttlnir fm- Perrltt. rrounded to iluckr-r and the tlelnR run didn't nmteilallr.e. Slim S.illee, the lankv southpaw, sue reeded Peri IP on the mound, with Mr l.ean behltnl th- hat. Miller and It-iRon went nut on pop files In Hrookln's half, hut Moran b" tt out a tap In Mow rev, ran to second on a wild rdtoli find hustled In on Puts-haw "s slncle to Vft The Mls.iiurlans died hard. Huecliis opened the ninth ullh n short fl . which nipt as a hit, a' Stoned lnrelv teached It after a hard run. M.iRte's liner Elsnced off Itlicl.er's leu tn Fisher, wlui foiced IlllRRifi" In the nick nf time. lm r" increased th" aitmiv of the fans b) llnliiR a b i"e hit to left "Hit It over th" fern-. Koney'" yelled the Cardinal", but Smith threw the hie hitter out nnd Sheckenl ended the cam" with a ftv to Wheat. Then th" bulletin board showed that th Quakers had tied the Cubs In the ninth InnlnR. whereupon the crowd left th" stadium wonderlnr whether Pahlen's men ever would Rain the top nine of the National I.eaaue. ladder. The score: ST I.OI'IS (N I. 1 I PHOOKI.TN an r U ! a e, n r 11 p Huc'na.th r, 4 I r. n'Moran.rf . ft Ma-e.lf.as r. ft 3 71 0 0 Cul'an,:b 4 Mn'rej,3h A t ? 1 3 Slf lltfl.ef T. Knn'hr.lh 4 1 .1 W ft Wheat. If.. 4 1 3 3 ft 1 7 3 t 0 ft ft .13 3 1 2 3 I 1 4 1 .1 S'ardif.lf4 n 3 3 ft 0 Daub rt.lb 3 Olkes.ef 1 11 11 niiiii..in . . ()'la -iy..s 3 K an rf falh'rs rf I Wingo.i II Wluttfd 1 sallre.n o 1 1 .1 I Fithrr.as ft n ft 'i MIllir.c ft ft 11 11 Hasou p S 1 n.ltuckrt.p 4 II 1 4 4 4 ft 1 2 2 3 0 ft ft 2 I u .1 0 3 n .1 II le ft n 1 ft n a ft i a 11 .1 fti 11 1 11 ft Total. .37 It I 31 I Slrele p I I I'rnlll.r Mi Lean.c I Totals V. r. P. 31 IS 1' .... I "Hatted for wirign In the eisntn inning St Louie . ,. s (i o l I I 1 ' Hroiiltl.vn . n s a I I 1 Tn ha.e hlls-Wlieal, Paubert Three ha." tilt Smith Home i tins-Kniirlchy Wheat i rjr; sa(Im.e mi cmaiuw stolen luae , t,..Vei. (-..her First nn emir. ........... . .- -- . - . SI I.oui.. I: urooKiHi, i rir.i ease mi u.ui. (Hi IVrrltt I: oil llacnn. 4 struck out Hy ' Pernti, Ii by Itaunn, 3 Hit by pitcher Hy I Uu.-ker itiakeai inta tm "tf",!!- ,,',,., J , ,' '; "nff"i,nn IS iii seven Inninga l-efi Pasted ball -Wlnin. W.1,1 tiilil.-sallee. Pmr .hlel llrennan Field umpire-Bason. 'I ! hmlr al"' 4" """'' mnire In Time -1 PICKED UP AT EBBETS FIELD, j Are ihe Dodxers' pitcher" wabbling? It I tnlirht belli them to Rather Haron Kn"tar Inl.i th" fold Jut now, If Sheikurd coiitliiue. In play a. se. ell a. he In .11.1 yesterday the Cubs in y regiet hi" Uaimfcr to the Cardinal., I...HB Lariy Mi Lean l riding on the water twiuon IlK.e .ta. He Is .In" 11 In flEhtlni,-".L-lit and Is i .i i eh log linn.l hall fm- Hue- CIII-. The cre.-n fac pre.i'iiled to the poorer. rfn itiete,..ll,tll .Mi-til hi. heell renin- fd ; run. I III" ll,ic,ie III i.lllle Held. II u 1 CniL t.i tin iuieo fnt- ihe llret time hi, I I u i iliie.H.iv mid tin 1 . 1. 1 c 1 1 In i, llili.i, . I I leu d.-ilaie.l thai I lie i.iilnr wa H Jl , The iiiiimIh ,tl I lie k me. f outline1 I" ti.reik an i.rciiiiii. iiKiirr vihiuhk iiiiiis i art aurprlaid b the tuinatlle oount, Crandall Going to Minors, Is Rumor T T is rumored rimong viBlllnR ball playprs, who Renernlly aro well posted, Hint Mmmffcr MoQraw of tin; (IkinlH linn nskotl tho Nutlomtl Lciii;iio dubs to ivnlve claim to the scrvli'ps of Otin Crnndnll, his relief pitcher unci pinch hitter. It Is snld tlnit Crandull hns not been In the best physical condition this spring and has failed to como up (o McOraw's standnrd of excellence. Furthermore It is reported that Crandall Is siifforitiK from nn in juml foot. Will ho go to tho minors, or will some American Leaguo Club decido to give Crandall iinothor chance? INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Veitrrdap'a Raaalta, Nrnerk, Si Itncheater, 0. IPifTAlo, ii, pro Mpnre, S, Torotilo-Djlilmorr, rain taalatj af ka CI aba. w. i,. rc i w. l pc, nufTaln u .ft'.'.vnorhetter It 1.1 Nenirk IS 10 .V(il oronio 10 II .41:, Htlilmore. ...It U ..v.i Montreal 1)11 .aim Toviarnce.. .i- ii .i..'jerK (.ity.... w la .11 lo-day'a Scaedale. .Irr City tn Montreal. Newark In Ittiehmtpr. Ilaltlmor In Tnriinio. l'rol1ence In lluflalo. MARTIN TOSSES GAME AWAY. Ilia 'I'nn I'ninlilca CSItr -Vertark Tiro Jtnnt ami One Vletorr. ItocilKaTF.it, May IS. Jack Martin's two fumbles at slioit field to-day, cava Newark two runs and the Home against ttochester, The score ! M'.WAKK ROCHESTER, ah r h t e lb r h i ('nllin. rf .'. o n .1 n n Muriln u. i j n i i I 'rnnley" 1 I 1 y.l'add'ik.Jb 4 l t II J .sae,ib 4 il 0 14 .i 0 t'onrnr.lf . 4 o i , Mer.ct t ; a ii niiui.rf . : o 0 1 1 , II '.ran 3b o 1 :i n,Min nn :b .1 o n o I let f. 3b 4 1 11 v ii s iminlt lb 3 ft 0 1 .M cartv.c- 4 Sch.n'hl.ti 4 -.- 11 n.i.iekivii.t! :i (i 0 r. 3 ft 1 0 lliuhes.il. n a a 0 4 n - -speiuvr . 1 1 11 11 Total.. 37 3 t 13 u Totals 3D 11 X 37 11 Hatted or Hurlies In the ninth inning Newark 1 0 8 S t i -- 5 noclie.ler ... I t t 0 l I I l-l Stolen base. Schmidt, IV. Zimmerman First haw on errors- Newark, f, liases 011 balls. Off Seharlu, 1 Struck out Ht Hitches. 7: br Sih.icht, 1 t-fl 011 banes -Itoehe.tcr. 4- New nrk. v Hatk Iltishr. l'mplres- Hayes an.l Kliineran Time 1 hour and 54 nilnutra At n offal a. a Pt. H. E. I'rovMence ft 0 ft ! ft 1 ft n -J 10 5 Hurt. iii. 11 1 n n 4 0 0 e 5 1 0 Hatterle.-I.atltie, Mnr.111 and Koch'r, Jaitii.on, HnttTiea hii.1 i'riur lofla l.eada All tba War. MEprot-.p, Mas., May 15 Syracuse Fnlw-isity was bcateij .1 to 1 by Tufts ColIcRe on the oval this afternoon. Tufts clustered several hits In the opentne In nlnc and the two runs scored then would have been enough to win. The score: It. H. E. SAracu.e II 9 9 t II I A t- 1 r, 1 Tufts ..3 0 1 0 0 0 0 II ,3 0 llattrle. Adam, and Jnine.on, Pa Sllxa slid l'erlirr. Cnnararrrlal Seronda Vlctara. Cotntnerclara second baseball team de feated the second team of Boya High yesterday at Commercial Field by the score of fi to 4. The Commercial batters solM-d Stalter tn the fourth and made many hits off him thereafter. The Hat ipiall brother. Walter pltchlnK and Arthur catchlne, weie the mainstays of the Com mercial team. The scote: It. It. P.. Hoys' High. .ftftftOOftOlS 4 4 S iommrrtal m::j:i x 9 14 t Rstterles iv. Ilarnuall and A ltarquall, Sta!tr and ll.trschi.f.Uv se York "tale I.ragnr. AT AI.tlANT. n. II. Tj , PtPa 0 1 (I t I 0 17 t I Altianv 0 410(1000 05 I 4 Ttatte-le rtlea Dowd end Murphy. Al- ran itarnn n-l stcitonotiitn AT IUNOHAMTON. n. ii, n r.'.ltllra MIIMM t 3 4 3 ntnghamton 10000303 . (I C 3 Haiterles Klrnlra Nagl" and Rltter lllnghamion lUrtierlch and McMurra. it. if. i: Syracuse . . . 0 1 ft 0 0 0 0 1 r. 7 3 Trov .. . : i : o : i- i ii s ll.itterle. Hltiiui ii ml Munch; Johns and riui-rrnhl. At Wllkesbarre Srranton-Wllkeabarra train), Axerlran aanrlntlna, at Mti.wAi'Kr.n FinsT gamb n. ii e luitsviiie (i 3 o n l ft o j 4 ;o it i Mllnailke ...,0 0103000 0 3 C 4 ItatterleN- Smith nud t'letn.ins, c.iltlni;, Watson and HurIic. si: -oNn oamk n. H k. Lftlll.vllle DOftJOOOft ft 2 3 Milwaukee . . . 0 1 II 0 1 1 0 0 03 . I Hatter!.. tevnlermllk and noth. Nldiol f n an-l Marhnll AT K 1NSAS CITT. n. it. ic. Toledo . . . ft 3 0 1 ft ft 0 A ft 1 4 ft Km.. City . ..il 2 3 0 ft ft ft 0 4 10 3 llatterle. Co ainore and I.Mngstoti; Mor gan an.l O'Connor. i -ol a mho.-Milium pelts Haln Indianapolis. St. Paul Italn. Traaa l.eaajne. CaPeston. t; Dallaa, 0 (forfeited), 4ii. tin, H; Iteaunmnt, 0. Ware. R; San Antonl, 6. Kent Worth-lloit.toii, rain. SoatU Atlantic l.easae, JarkaonTlllf, 3: Savannah, 1. Alhanv. 4; Columbus, ft Macon, 5, Charleston, 0 Potion Mate leaane. riark.dal.. 13. Jackson, 3 Meridian. : fnliinihiia, l'en.acols-Seltna, no gam. 1 Uajlnln l.eaue. rorttmouih, r,; Norfolk. 4. Petersburg, 3, Newport Newa, I Han In nine. darknei. niehniond, ', Itoanoke, I. NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. .In Kvera has receded ,. unconditional release from the f.ianta. McOraw tried to place him. but without eurce.s. and the New York club had to gat within the plaer limit yesterday. Fred Kmlth. the iiltt Iter, who was turned titer lo Lnn, didn't care for thit town und returneV to the illant". Plrale Vlox hua a ferorloua atyla at the bst. hrnn.tl.hlnR his club nt tha pitcher and Ihreitenlng de.tiurtlnn. Kejksntmtr: of the Cleveland aecms to be rettv haul same. They're all euceumb. I iic t the tall twlrler. He has beaten I ei rul I . liilcatro. Si I.oui., Ro.ton, New Viuk and (he AthUtlcs. Joe Wood pitched hla flr.t full gama In weeks yesterday nnd the Ited Soa mad it easy f..r Ii Int. Mtiiriiw'a present outlteldars all hae p. .net ml in run, Hhnfer cauc lit n hull well nut oi.ter.tay and hurled It to Meyeia on Ihe tl, There wa.n'l iinjiuidy on base, but It mis a speetai ulei lies; nevertheless. t.l.mi. I. the run er whom liaike probablv .. ,o ...., i i" ii.M iin n t i.t.iii.e ' Mat hew .ni . his likely opponent, Willi The iMlliinil.ill lleils will lintv emle.iMir nine initio In surplus tliell tfinrd of two nil crlllpc llluuiph.. i lintdiei. w.itnlm tn hall platers! If rm tl.llll I" inilil iki Jell, ilOll'l huh I j t.i I llil.e, Wtmt lite e.s me mi the toad, are they not tha Journewutii Tlnktrs? CHANCE LOSES" FIRST OF OLD HOME SERIES Chicago Fans Cheer Final New York Rally, but It Falls Short by One Run Schulz Pitches Beautifully, but Walks Beat Him. Ftank Chance mad hla firat Chtca8 appearance yestetday its a hostile man ager. Ills New York team lost a rloe Rame, to the While ."ox. The tlostons heal and paused thei Htwwns anu ine Athletics were shut out In Clevel.md It.iln tau'eil a postponement In Detroit. Yeateraay'a Heaalta. Chlco. .1; Nfit York. 5. Cleveland. !. Philadelphia, 0, Hostiin. IS; SI l.ntlK 4. Dertnlt Wn.lilnnlon, rain. netalled Clab Standlnsa. 1 i .Is" si5. mm Philadelphia, " o'"lJ I 7, Cleveland..... 1 3 VTaahlnt'ton.. 1 ' Chlcafs il 1 Beatan 1 i "j 7, St. Louli Ii"l 1 0 Detroit "i "51 New York.,.. 1 2 0 0 1 Oamea I.oit.. i 1 13 16 rl.l ! 7 1. "J 4; i is I a I 11: & IS I .M it 7 ll 17 I 13 I 1M i 3"3; 11 1 1 .4oj 'it. ,3 13 16'IR l,l,,lcl To-day'a Srhrdnle. Naw Tork In Chicago, rhlladatphta In Clevalaml. noaton In St. t-oul. Walhlnglon In Detiolt. ClttCAOo, May 15. Al Schulx'a deter mination to wnlk tho tit st men to face him In the early InnlnRs of to-day'a battle with tho White Sox blasted the hope of MnnnRcr Chance, who was easer to make his Chicago debut as nn American League mutiHRer with a victory. If Sehulx hud been content with i.-alklnt? the first man In tho tlrat two rounds nil would have been well nnd Chance would have been credited with the much desired victory. Ilut the southpaw twlrler went one Inning too far, passed tho first two men In the third an. I forced his pals to accept a 3 to ; defeat. Chance nnd his team fotiRht so desper at"l that they almost overcame the Intuit,., ti.f iiiiju-.v.i u 1.111 mc-iii ii el 11 11 1 ' anil were threatening aerlnnslv nt the anil were tnreattnliiR aerlousi ll last I hey made a ninth innli.R ral y that tvnllt.l ll.VA t .l Iho fnt,,A enltl.l tliaf- handicap imposed upon them by Schulz would have tied the came could they have contributed one more safe. blow. They counted one run on n triple by Chase and a. double by Mldltlff. Two wete down and the latter was standlnc on second, with McKechnlo nt the plate. Instead of n base hit the substitute In fielder hit a soft bounder at Scott, and Chance had opened his American League managerial career In Chleago. the city where he came near making a habit of winning penants and world's champion ships, with n defeat. It waa a close tight from the start to the finish, for Sohulx pitched beautiful ball when he could find the plate, and Jim Scott, on the mound for the Chicago lads, was Just i aa effective. A ciowd of about ten thousand came out to greet Chance and hta men, and a man who didn't know would have got the Im pression that the home lads were wear ing the uniforms of gray during that ninth. When the New York threatened the fans began to cheer, and It was oh who wanted to seo Chance win as there weie who wanted the Sox to emerge the victors. Sehtilc was wild at the start, and If his ambition was to see how many runs ... ..,..,. ,n ... . ' .".ii.- hi" - he could forre on the Sov he was ably asted by Stump. This joungster In- slsted upon dropping thrown balls until It was a jnke. Fortunately, however. Ins ni:spias counten tor iihukih in tne nnai reckoning. The New Yorks were retired In order In t ie first, and then Schulx and Stump tried tn start something. Schaller was passed nml Herger. dlscoveiitig that be ,i j ..... O.....I- q couldn't bunt, hit to Mldltlff. The latter tossed perfectly to Stump In an effort to forre Schaller. Hut Stump dropped the ball. Schuli! began pitching then and pulled out of that hoi., without a run being scored, with two gone In the sec ond the New Yorkers stnrted a batting rally Sweeney opened It with a single and Mldklff ended It with another, for Stump filed to Mattlck. Mnttlik accepted transportation to start the Sox half, nnd Weaver, after falling to bunt, hit tn the pitcher. Schulz tossed j perfectly, but Stump ngnln dropped the I ball an.l the So hod two en again with none down. Schnlk popped lo Mldklff tr.lnc to hunt nnd Scott hit Into a double phi v. The New Yorkers were disposed of liiitthdly In the third, and then Schulz trlfd hl old game of forcing runs on the Sox. He succeeded this time. He passed Schaller and Itetger. and Lord then foiced the first named at third. Fournler lilt to the pitcher and all Schulz had to do to stait a double was to toss to cither Mldklff or Hartzrll. But he preferred to make sure of one out and retired Four nler nt first. That gava the other base t tinners an opportunity of advancing and they did. Collins came through with a clean base hit and Berger and lesrd scored. The Sox Increased their lead to three In the fifth. Herger walked and went to second on Lord's Infield out. Berger stole third and Sweeney was so astonished that he throw the ball Into left field, which madn it perfectly easy for Herger to con tinue the remainder of the distance and count. Not until the sixth did Chance's men register. Then Wolter walked with one gone and went to second while Fournler was robbing Hartrell of an ctra base drive. Cre was right there with the snfe wallop and Wolter came In. Both Stump and Schulz gave way to pinch hitters In the seventh, which brought Klepfer to the mound and sent McKechnle to short Tha relief pitcher was good enough to hold the Sox to one hit and no runs In the two Innings that he worked and th New Yorks threatened In their J nan oi vim niniii. rce men nut ami Chase then let go of a drive that almost bumped the hoards In right centre an which gave him plenty of time to it-acl third, Sweeney popped otif, hut Mhlklft ciacUed a double Into left and Chase mai he all rich t far ihe base hall pitcher, but he laiii. a chanre, and that la how some athletle KiHid. are nuilr sometbliig is aklmprd, a chance I. taken, Siielillnit Alldrl'ii- (mhhU aie matle lu a slaiidattl the kiandard ot Sail.Iacilun and nothing i Is Irfl lo cbanca. ""r; was tip to efcKachnle, hut . vu, ...in 1 urnvcr. insieao or R base hit h. slapped n sharp bounder to Scott and wa. out to Founder before, he had star-. . down the base path. The score: NEW YOftK (A I..) I CIIICAOO (A t. l..nn..rfa.bo ft'i .'ft Shaller.lfft1?" ' Wolter.cf 3 1 I 11 ft ft lierger.Cb 3 3 11 1 llartr. l :b t ft ft .1 .1 0 Iwinl.th 4 1 0 1 i:!'1''-". 4 " 1 " 0 Fo'rn'r.lb 4 ft o a , t.haae.lb 4 11111 0 Colllns.rf. I 1 ! 1 MlUk'f.Jb 4 0 3 3 1 0 Weaver.as 2 ft i a , aiumy.aa. 3 0 0 t ;,Srhalk,c ..11ft- tW.T"1- 1 0 " " 0 OiHcotl.p. 3 ft 0 ft .11 K'le.ai 1 ft it 3 I ft hul.p 3 ft 0 I a 0; Txitili. 24 J aj; i, tstrrrett I n ft 0 0 01 Kleplrr.p 0 0 0 ft 1 ft Totsla .It 3 7 SI 17 fl Jailed tor Slump In the atrenth Imfter tllatted for Schtilx In the aerenth lnnli.t New York . a (1 ft ft t ft n Chicago 0 ft 2 ft 1 ft ft . llt nn haaes - New York. ; Chicago, a T ba.e hlt-.MIdklff. Three ha.e hit-Chat- l hie plBTs-llartrell, stump an.l Chs.e: Kiei Chae and McKechnle, First ba.e on ha'. 0 , S.-huli. 5: off Klrpfrr, 1: off Si-olt, 1 xir out Hy Klepfer, 1; by Seott. 3 SarTlflif - Weaver Stolen ba.-s Weaver. Heiier W Itch sihulf llmnlies O Loinhlin and t gii.on. Time 1 hour and ,',t muiutrs RED SOX POUND BROWNS. tVrllaian and Adama Kaay Wnt Wild, bat Hips From Tight I'laeea. St. Kocis, May IT. The lied .,,. niil their first nppentanco here to-d.v. a 1 diubbed the home club, 15 to 4. Welmai !h" tall left hnnder, lasted hut thiee Iniilnsa. Adams, who then tool; up t task, wns pounded all over the hit Won was wild, HllowliiR seven hatters tn u-.i but mnnnRed to pull throURh several He h places. Tin- scoie: BOSTON (A. I.) ST LOUIS rA f. ab r h p a e ah r h p a a llonper.rf 4 13 10 oComp'n.ef 4 ft 1 1 n 1 Yerkea,:b 4 1 : j ft .lohns'n.lf. fi ft .1 ft t Spe'ker.cf 5 3 3 I 11 1 Will'ms rf 4 0 0 .1 Lenl,ll.. I 3 I 1 n (i,lratt.3h .411 . llen'sen.lf 2 1 0 1 11 ti Ilrlef.lb... 4 1 11 (!ar'n'r.3b 3 1 1 ft 1 0Au.tln.3b. 4 1 0 1 1 Knale.lb It X 1; 1 0 Walsh... .1 ft n 1 4 Wag'er.sa ,1 3 i .1 4 I Auiew.e. 1 ft .1 . n Niin'm'r.c 4 1 1 1: .1 0 Crna.ln.e i t n 3 o , Wood.p, f, 1 3 1 2 fi'Malsel . n ft n , - - - . . - AVellm'n.p 0 ft ft ft ft 1 Totala 40 ism:; 10 ; tshottnii.. 1 ft 0 ft A.lama.ti. 1 ft ft ft t tWallace ft 11 ft ft 1 ' Tot At. .3? 1 . 1 , Hatted for Creaaln In the ninth Inning 1 ... - i : , ., . ttled lor Wellman in the ninth Inning t jn.tted for Adama in th. ninth Itiiuns , Ro,,on 0 t .1 .1 0 rt 0 t r IS I u. . - - - ' - . . . .. 14 st i.nui. , 1 o n 3 1 n . f Two base hite-Lewla, nnef Three ba.e h la - Warner Hoorer. Home run. SpeaU.r Yerkes. Sacriftct hlts-Oardner, 3 Pa.d Puis -Atl'ew, Nunamake" Stolen hase.-CnniMon Siieaker Hit bv pitehetl ball- Hy Weilmau ll-emlsl Wild pitch - Wood Haws on lull" Off Wood. 7; off Weiltnan, 1: off Ailim. Struck out- By Wood, to: by Wetlman. 2, br Adama. 3. Illls-Off Weilman, 7 In thre- u nlngs. Left on bases lln.lcin. 4: St I.oui. I'mpirea-Hildebrriirt and Evans Tim? ; hou t and 15 minutes. FALKENBERG SEEMS ALL RIGHT. Ilavla .Vent ritrher to Toledo, bat H Blanka Athletlra. Ci.Rvri.ANo. May 18. Fred Fnlkonberc, the twlrler whim Manager Harry Pav'a nt to Toledo ns not ready for the Ida league, blanked the Athletics to-day and allowed them hut.threo hits, one of which was a scratch. The score was: Naps, 2, Athletics, n. Connie Mack tried thne hurlera and a pinch hitter In an effott t. The Naps got two lilts tti each of t tfrst two Innings. Thtso ent In n scores, The score; PH1I.A lA 1,1 CI.EVF.LANn . ab r h p a e, ah r h p a (EM hy.rf 4 .1 1 2 0 o'.Iohna'ii.lb 4 ft l - 1 Oldnng.lf t i I 4 ft o Chap'n . i 0 ft i i I V.0,1 Int? ! ' ! ' "',0" 3 I ' 1 - , I "hnMb 5 1 1 '. I ! ft" ft ! , i strimk.cf .1 .1 o 3 ft 0 Ityan.cf . 3 t n 2 i Barry.a. .1 0 0 0 3 ft (irane.T.lf 3 I .1 ft 'fP-c . 3 o ft .1 3 ftCari-h,c .1 ft n I ft Mann, t O 1 0 0 0 i 0 FaJk'h'r.n .1 ft I a 4 1 ,V Hllll.p 1 .1 ! '. a HI Daley. 1 ft ft .) .1 u Total! 27 3 C "7 10 1 Huh.p o 0 0 0 0 ft Totala .31 ft 3 24 11 1 flatted for Wyekntf in the eighth Inning Philadelphia . ,, ftOOOOOOOii-a Cleveland ,, 1 1 9 0 0 0 ft 9 3 Inning pitched-Plank. 5; Wyckoff. i: Ilu.lt 1. Hlta apportioned Plank. 4: Wyckoff. Buh, Iluna apportloned-I'lank. :': W Unf 0: lluah. 0. Opponent at bit Plank. Wyckoff, 14: Hu.h, 3. Two ha." hit. OIn Mcliinls First base on balls- Off FalkotuVi. 1: off Plank, 1: off Wyckoff. 1 Firal bae o-i errors-Cleveland. 1: Athletic. .' I-ft on hasea-Cleveland, 3: Athletics. 4 Struck out Hy Falkenberg, (Haker. Haley, ti Mutph Oldnngi; br Wjrknff iPalkenberc. Juhinlitn by Hush ijnhn.toni. Time 1 hour and 4 minute t'nipire-plneen an.l Hart C0MISKEY BUYS SCALPER S SEATS Than lie- Threatens to Kipriir Thoae Who Sold Tickets. CltlCAOO, May 15. President fom"k" of the White Xox went or. tho warpath ,o-drty against ticket scalpers who hate secured a hunch of choice seat? fn Frank Chance day, Saturday. Comlskev threatens to expose th guilty ones io have played Into the hands of the scalpts Comlskey purchased three himself to-dn . rajing 17 for one, 5 for anothnr and . for another. They were bought nt Pi Palmer Houss and at the Union Hotel. Comtskay will trace tha feata bark to th original owners, as a tabulated memoran dum has been Icerpt of all reserved eeatt sold. He then will publish the name of tha person to whom these seats were aold He also warn the public against b-p-in any seats from the scalpers, aa h will have) thirty thousand Kood seats m sale when the Rates open nt noon Sntu dny. Over 12,000 of these, nro In ' grand stand proper and the other are the pew stands erected to npecmn n' the crowd expected for Frank Cluu Weaterm T.eaajae, Pea Uolnte. I; Denver, 0, Slaux City, 4i Topaka, 0. Lincoln, 7: Pt, .Tnaaph. I. Wichita. 4; Omaha, 3. Neve Gaajlsatl Leagrae. At nrocktan Brockton. Ir Fall rtvr At Lynn Lynn. 4: New Bedford, S. At Portland Portland, 41 Wnrreat!, At l.ov,ll Lawrence, 9; Lowell, I Prospeot Park Ilaaeball Uraalta. Public fkjbaol 70, 4: Public School 7J, 3 Itoanaka F. C, 7i Decatur A. C, 4. I'arktlda F. C, ; rtarlten A. C, t, BASE BALL Wc make 55 different models of Bats, from $1.00 to 10 cents. "Chief" Mtyeri tnd Larry Doyle uie tin hetvirtt bttt in the League (we make thrml but the ZIMMERMAN Autograph Mdf1, with which Heinle Zimmerman orrisd on the National League batting honort m 1912, ii a general favorite. Price $1.01 ia-i38 waimu it. jao rirm va T