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THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913.
Mater Deserts and So Does Giants JinxOpportune Time for Chance to Banish His 10 mattv nurnvc PIRATE RALLY! Pitfslmrp: Til mi tons Toward Knd. hut Can't fi,Hi hp Oiini.s. ' i THE! It M1SP1.AYS HITKTl I I Now Vorkois Pliij a Strong OntiH' in lliltini: and in Other Wa.ys. . I CONSTPERAIU.K OF'TAP T)AY FlPtrlior hii Industrious Mhii. AVitli I'nnr Sinirlf" nnd 1 Tlireo Steal. Th r;linii" wen their mini from the Pirate .vcslerdav, hut they ate having a hard time making tnto.nli ltit the lend of the Phillies and Hrnnklvns. for both of the latter also mm The Hrooklyns hammered mil .i vlrtniv over th" Cardinals nnd the Phillies wiped up the I lot with the stumbling Cubs Vcalcrilas ' llranlta. gw York- 7 Pltt'luirit I ronkiyn, " S Loul. ' ShtladelphU, is. Oilcan'. 4 ostnn-Onrtnn-tl. rain. Detailed Cloli lantlliirr. Tn-itaf'. Scherlnl'. Fttthur In Nw York, at Lou la In ltrnnklyn Chlcaxn In I'MlmlelphU. Cincinnati In llonon TSoofl hltttna. noort bae runnlnr. aood flMdlnn the tJlantu rllJ all three yenter- ; day anil defeatoi the I'iraton. 7 to 4 i The only ncrompllohment In which the j rllack Klau rrew were cloie to an cquallt) waa In hlttlnn. hut they dUlnt Held with the Bureni'i and danh of the niattta and the latter extracted a flood deal of nour- i lnhment from their lIlnnenta mbtleeda I Various Individual players, mane a lap Day of It. freshmen. Huuhomore and up jter cla-aamen. Nobody wan elected to Unne Head, hut there were eeveral huo- ceaaful candidate! for I'ole and l'leaee. , i-hlef anionu whom was Arthur rieicner with four nlnKlra. Fletch had u hlB day Ha hit neh iMtt'hure nltrher Kafely. stole three haeea. made a run and fielded j cleanly. O'TooIh lasted only two Inning and Cooper weathered the pale until a pinch hitter went In for him The I'lratea pounced on Matty In a , dlnrespectful way In one Inntnar. the I eighth, when they piled five Haaorted hits J Into the safety zone. Including a htnne j run That was the only tlmo they made trouble for the gifted veteian and then he shut down on them before they could complicate matters to the danger point. Hitters of prominence besides Fletcher were Merkle. llurns, Meyers. Vlox. Wag ner and Miller. Then again, there was If am Hyatt, who Is bad medicine with the mare. Hyatt entered the controversy as a pinch hitter mid lifted a home run Into Ihe upper grand stand The meritorious feature of this hit was that nobody was mi base at the time. Klse Hyatt might have hnd much to answer for. harry Doyle made no hits, but he did field brilliantly. All of the grounders hit nt him were wicked The I'lratea couldn't rope with Ihe double and single and de. layed stealing of the Ulants, which went nfT well because of the poor throwing of 'tcher Kelley With two out In the first Inning, Vlo and Wagner chipped In with two baggers and produced a run. An unumiat develop ment of the Inning was a wild pitch by Matty, said In ho the first one by him since the Neolithic League went Into the bands of a receiver, it was a pitch Into the ground In front of the plate. The Ulnnts mnde three runs In their half, llurns beat out a chop to Tlyrne's v rendezvous and O'Toole couldn't find the plate for Devore Fletcher sacrificed neatly and O'Toole made a high throw to Miller. Hums tallied on the play Doyle slapped to Miller and Devore whs caught between third and home Wngner made a rattling Hutch of a sharp stab from Mur ray and whipped the ball home. Hut Kel ley muffed and Fletcher counted. The ball rolled back of Kelley, who didn't keep his eyes open and failed to see Dnyle sweeping In Lurry, who had come from econd, hit the plnte like n ton of brick and was there before Kelley cnuld touch him. There were three on Niees when Matty, the last man up, winged a liner to Vlox, Burns drove a single to left In the second Inning and Vlox booted a warm grounder from Hevore. Fletcher bunted Hgaln and the scramble between Kelley and O'Toole for the ball was so sincere Hnd unyielding that Fletcher crossed first base ahem) of t lie. Inlateil throw, Doyle's fly to Meliior brought In llurns. A double "leal tiy pevore and Fletcher brought In the former, Kelley's throw down the me dlan line going too high for Wagner. Dtvore and Fletcher hunched hits on Cooper In the fourth Inning. .Insh dusted to third on Fletcher's poke. They double atole ag.iln, Devore ecorlntr. Kelley' throw this time went to centre und Fletcher cnuld have, made third If he hadn't been tricked by Hyrne's acting, nyrne assumed a despondent attitude and Fletcher went Into the bag standing up. Byrne threw off the mask as soon in he grabbed Menor's throw, Ills next move was to tug Fletcher. A double hy Merkle and a single by Meyers hrouHlit New York's total up to aeven. at whlrh point they rested. Af ter Merkle had slnsled and stolen second In the seventh Inning he tried to steal third. Kelley mid llvnm tenioveil him from the pint mill that's why a single hy MeyerH In th" suni" Inning did no good. T'lttshurg's eighth Innlnc was quite dls quieting, Kcvenil ii-slliss I'liates tried tn emulate Hyatt after the latter had burat forth with hN hntnii inn. Mcrianr flngled and I'mey ilnuhlnl Hut In con. nectlon with 111" lust named lilt was a very useful play by Hum Mcnsnr tried tn lake third on Carey's double, and was thiown out at thlul hv Hum", That wae the first demise, and II helped u lot. Carey scoied on h ulngle hy Vlox, and etlnrcsr li- the Wagii"r ex look n ma Ueloua hop aw4y from Doyle. Jlerxoaj a B J I'll !l .2 - , i S . r . '"liriS 5:g III I i i a f., 311,0 - - -Phlladslphia i 4 4i sl .' t' s l ' Brooklyn...r; .1 l J.l H ."-"7 New York. . j a i' i 2 14 I i: .Ms St. Loula T ! ii .1 I 4 4 j 14 14 .fiuii! Chlcato .... 0 lj t 2 .' 6 l IS .im ' Boston I 2 1, 2 . 4 0 10 14 ,I7 llllthurt 1 . 1' 4ijsJ"-"'"4Ulj Clndnnitt . I H 2 : 1 ( jf8".. 19 J9"i J nuiN i.o.i t "ojti'H u I4,i; ib!w7 j 'his didnt stop it Arthur Jimcih linfir. i I. an may hr a4TlniinliiK tin IIiikIIvIi elm I'olo ttraunrl lit thr tlntr fur ri'ttn alapiirrl a amiirriMloii mi lilm. Ill to It m hnrif nf riintrntliin 1t t hlKblr ilr lniiil temprrniuciit mi recovered Miller's energetic cround drle and threw lo flrt ahead of tli" battel, tut Kmslln renderi'l an iiiHi'i"" M'til ' t thli 1 run sifted hum" on the pl.i II -e' where M.itt called it halt. N me nf t i" text tlve batter." who facnl lilm h." th' ball out of th" diamond Wllum pupped to short, Men.ior grounded tn Miu't and Hyrne, Kelley and llofman were fiu ilii fed frtrlke" by Matty The Mcore: rlTTMItlltO NK.W YOUK ' N !' unr ii p a e ab r h p h e Menaorct 4 0 14 1 u Iliirn If . ' : I : I Carev.lf 4 1 1 P n Olietnrecf I I Ii " ,' Vlol.tll I I S . 1 I Flelel. r 4 1 4 I' 1 1 Wae'er.sa 4 ( : :i 3 1 liojl" Jt 4 1 ' . ". ' Miller lli 4 ii '.' 1 " Murrnj rf 4 " ,i i " Wilson rf 4 ii 1 1 e ii Merkle lb 4 1 a is ' " llyrne 3lt 4 n 4 ! o Hi, Tot. "li i o " ! :t ' Kelly e 4 I' '1 T S I Mi'Ji r e ;i ; 3 1 O'Toole p I 0 ii ii 1 ) tTlmri'i' " 'l " " 0 n ('oritier.p 1 ii A " " i' lUrtlev e n it ii 3 ft 0 Hratt . 1 1 I n o i.Mafson.p 0 t i Cam'lti.p " 1 0 i ( 0 - tHofman l o o o ii te toii j.' 7 j: z. u. l Totals si? 4 li :t n :. Itatterl for Cooper In the elahth Innma Maiteil fnr Cnimiltr m the r.unli Inmri tRan for Meyers In Ihe eeienth tnnliu Pitteb'trir, . . i o n n .1 n (i 3 iv. ( New York... 3 : n 1 I u - - Ftral base nn error -IMtsttur r. 1: New York. lstX on tme IMI-hlirif. i: New York Klrat liaae im halls-Off Oloole. , off i'ooier. 1 . off Malhewnon. . 'truck out lly I'onpiT hy Mtlheweon, fl Itnnn, run Hyatt T'o hi.. hlts-.4',nrer. Yloi ; Wngner. Merkle .ii'nnee lilt Kletrher haertflie l!v I)ole siolen li-e. - Ilerore 2; Pleteher, .'. Merkle llolltiie l'l.ll Dotle neteher and Merkle Wild pitch Ma Ihearenn Hit -Oft O Tool". 4 In In itiiun. off Cooper. 7 In file, Innlrii: oit eaninlu I in one tnnlnc I'mtnre In chief O'li.iv I'lrlil umpire Emalle Time I hour and " nim itei ONE THING AFTER ANOTHER. K.rera nets Hack In limnr, lint Hurls Ankle and Ills Cnha I.nar. rmt.AIirt.l'ltlA, Mav 111 Tli" I'h.lltes won to-day's game from Ohlcasn by a score of 10 to I. They hit Tnney hard and often. Kers wac luck In th" gani" to-day, but hurt his mikle when Knab" klld tn second mid h" retire! In favor if I'lielan, who did some hard hittlnt; after th- rain began to fall In the eighth The score: CHICAtiO (N U) PIII1.A (N 1. ) b r h p a ei ah r h p a e I-ewh.cf r, 1 J 4 0 0 Pa.hert.ef 6 1 t 3 ti P Kver.:h : It n r. t n.lt Mtll'r.rf 0 0 e 1 o n l'helan.Sh 2 3 0 l o'Knilie :h (": WMil'r.11 4 0 2 1 1 nil.olirt.sb 4 : l i n ft Zlm'an.Sh 4 1 S 1 ii (' Mnaei..l 4 v 3 (i 0 Saier.lli.. r, ft 1 f. 5 I Cr ih.cf.rf f. : 3 5 0 ft Mlteh'l.rf 4 0 0 1 V 0 Lmler'a.lb 3 1 2 n ft n Ilndw l.aa 4 n I 4 3 1 Ilonlan as p : 2 t. ft Atrher.e. 4 0 J 3 ft 1 Killifer.c. 3 ft n 1 ft Toney.p 2 0 0 ft 0 ft lllxey.p , 4 'J l ft ft C llrea'han 1 0 (1 a 0 0 - - . Total" JS I'i 14 27 t 0 Totals. .a i t::4 in r,1 flatted for Tone? In the ninth Innlni Chlruo . 00100012:4 I'hlladelphla . , I 0 0 I 1 I It Two baae hllaI.urirus Cravath, W Miller, Iiach Three he hit helan Ilnnie run Ilonlan, I'helan I.efi on buiea I'hle'ivo. 10, I'hlladelphla, 7 Struck out He Tnney, ' hy Rlxey, n Houblepiav Hrldvell. Krers and huler First haae on error- l'lillnilelpliia. Kirn li.tae on balls-Off Toner, 4. off Illiey, 1 Wild pitches- filler, .' Sacriflie hit lwiltert Slnlen bases -Lotieri. Zlmnii rniati. Vmiures Itlglrr and llyrnu Time- I hour and 67 minima sfoT York tate I.raarne, AT AI.IIANY n. it. k. rtfea 1 1 0 1 ft ft ft 1 0 4 l Ainanr zonnftiono. -1 7 3 nattsriea linen. Krorx und Alhanv, Mcl.eod and Wendell Murphy; AT Wl LICKS HA Kill:. n, ii. n. Hrranlon nooor. n t I 1 s 13 2 Wllkesparre. , : I I I 1 I t ) n 3 7 r, Jlatterl-s Scranton, Custer, Lowe hiiI I'elers.ni; Wllkeetmrre, l:Uert, Nicholson and Jlrleger. AT ELM IRA, n. II, E ntnihamtnn.. . . M ! I (i Ht ft n j r.inura, ., i n d ii i i n o n .7 s ' llattertes lllnahamton, Herein-. Itapp nnd McMurray, llltnlra, Creagnr, .tihrnl'it and ltlttr, AT TftOY Byraeusa. I) 0 0 ft 1 i n 1 n 1 1 0 ft -It In ' "j Trey IO0M M H 1 ) I 1 7 13 " Hatterles fivrsrusa, Owens, Hurrhell arid Brrunnn, Trot, ll.irklns and I'ltzeernld, Western I.raarae. Rt. Jnaeph, 7, Denver, 4. Lincoln, 2; Ken Moines, 1, Sioux City, r.. Wichita, 1 Topeka, il, 'im.i ha. 1, (la roll nn Aeanrlntlnn, ttalalrh, 7; (Irernahnro, 1 Inirliani, t; Wln'iion..'alem, J, Aihevllle-Charlntte, net srotinila. South Atlantic I.eairae, Savannah, a; Jni kaothllle, 0, Columbus, 2: Albany, 1, Macon. 2; Charleston, I (twelva Innings). Trim l.racne. Dallaa, (; Houston, !, Jalvraton, 9: Fort Worth, S Deaumnnt, 4; Waco, 1, Austin, t, Man Antimln, 4, Uasrball. Klllti:i4r-KLI, fedar, a P.M. Croaklyn va. Ml, IxiuU. yldt. to say good-by fur MririM mill ihe lniit KiiMtv ii fir I . li t fur i n . nit I ntin n I I lir rllim ftrrtlM h ml Irlirm linn lnt)lMilI plutllm tiilfitt iPf nt 11 n li(.rfi im ftif utit Ii m ii tl itml n I In ol Iit. II tin ilit In II rr ti nn ? SHAFER QUITS GIANTS, GOING WITHOUT NOTICE Siim'imIim1 liy Club iiiiiI Thorn-lit to Iiiiii1 lii'fiileii to lMni No .More l.iiseliiill. When the ii..iut repur'cl ; terila morn im at the l'i,l 1 lirnutnl t"i pun.' ti"e Atthur Hha'ir w,i nut on Land He "nt no wnrd tn .M.iu.ik'ei' Mcilrnw 10 ex plain hl abi.'iice 11 ml nohtlii!; was heard ftnin him In th" aftermmii I lis place .n ccntr,' field was tlllcil liv .Iuh'.i lievtre Shafer Is believed tn Ikid v,eldi.l to it 1'i'iglllK tn CO tn III- lliilil" In I'll.foml.l .mil tn lrii. "Juutpi'd ' the i luli The cluli authnritlis hit, had riMsmi of l.tte tn bcliiVK that Shafer whs con tiiniplntltiK breakltiK awav frmn the team and were nut .iltinji'thcr surpr!"ed when the ynumr player failed tn turn up The matter w.i- rep'irted t,i I'.-esldeni LmicIi mid Shafcr rtaml suspe nlcd for N.olat l''i; th" stri'-' rule whl, h forbids .1 daei f"i:n nbse'itlin; himself without pcrml. fiuii Nuthlni: Invlni; bee. heard from Shnfer Jut-t what i.'iisnn in-tuateil hltn In having Mi" club mi iiiii'eremon.nusl. is not known Wlieu he ieMirted this spring he was ii'ade the regular shortstoji uf the team Ills flildin wa erratic In that position ''d r Mllv ho was shifted tn centre tlcl'l Whether he was ilssatlsld with th" chalice op cared sn little fnr hasoball that ho cli'terinined tn pass up n mat ler nf conjecture. Shafer Is In the nutoinohllo business In l.ns Angeles and hold off a long time tins Hiring before s.gmiiK with the (Hants lie ilci 1 1 red li.. was through with base, hall A good three year contract finally brought him In terms and he appeared to Im eatlslli'd when he reported 0 never has been especially keen about playing baseball professionally 'and two neasnn.s UKn stayed out a year, devoting the time tn coiwhliiir ball teams In Japan lie I a tather Impulsive youth, but Sec retary Fo.-tor said yeterilav that there had been no words or disagreements with Ills manager or assnclntes In caun him to leaw the club, With his wholo heart In the game Hhafer with his natural itbllltv would make a star. As It s the New York club loses a valuable, man If his defection proves permanent Ho has been doing effective work with the bat this year and showed himself to be the possessor of a powerful throwing arm In addition he Is nnn nf the fastest runners In the big leagues Them nr few men In major circles who ate as speedy as he Is In getting to first base I'l rein In l.rasjnex. Norfolk, 9, Portsmouth. 3. Itlrhniond, 4, Hoannke, ft Petersburg, 4. S'euport News. I'nslern Association. fioK :W ,'om,"n Nw Lmdon. t ftprln. All nthee gnmes po.tponed, wet grounds. K. I. T. Lenirne. Hopklnsrllle, il, llendersnn, t. I '"".. i"i ineennea, 0. ,!Krn".'""'"' i,citrksvllle, 1. ", . ' ,11111, 11 Cotton Slnlra l.riiaiiie f-e'rnn, lj l'ensitrolii ft, d'lrst annie) eiisaenlii (,, Ha,.,, ft, (,Knn, Knm .laekfiiii, ft ciark.ilale. n, (iVrfeliedi. Mirl'lliiti-Ciiliitnlius. riiln NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. t'llflier Hematee of th, C.lonta he nut nf rntiimlMlnti for almiil a ueel, ll wrenched a muscle list Httiirday nnd p'r in present Is In lnimliiges. Ti,!;l.Ai"'l,"u"' ,,,,w' " """"g rtlslnciiiMtion against llng two Kauii s In auci e.on. fin far their ilef.nts, lih nne cxi eiuinn, uu 101111. on. In nicri sslnn. W!ly y-'agnir tried In fox Klelclier hy nniklni; lielleti. that ,, throw 11 ball h.nl cone o n iitro il"h , but 'i 11 1, ,11,1,1't fall for Ihe Dutchman's strati g l.airy Doyle swung ni the ,a hard enniiKli to break II, hut brnkn his liat In stead Tlin Hmokljn iir fallenliig their batting lillfh't ' ,Ap"'"" "' "'" ,S' 1'0UM Pitcher Cooper nf the Pirates was a flood sufferer this eprlnn. The ban f Ills fant- Hy In .Mii'nnnellsvlllH, Oh,i, was washed 11 w a 1 , Mcdraw has such a me side finin being hit by .1 thrown ball on Thursday Hint he was cnnllniil tn the henrli yestenlaj Claike mads a furious kirk 011 a strike called on Jack Miller Ills roar could be heard all 0111 Harlem. Good News for Our ' Matty If It's True nilMDX, .Mav in .MltllllKl'l- I'lllklT An onlitiK l of till- lt'x. .MamiiT MiCi.ta told Iiiiii tlial llfllT ( llllt.V Mllllll'Wsoll'H IHtl'lljllK Iiivh mi' nvi'i" mill lit iimMiiIih'ss jtl the ll X tills llllSlllllll-U' I'lllll'll J' lie will icci'iVi'ii lliti-c yi'or i uiitiai'l 'I u it li tlif (iiimt- li will rail lor tin- siim salaiv t tint CliriMv is mow rerciviiii: with I III- It'll diiVi tiolici' of rt'i'at' claiiM- i i i Ut-ti out.! .Mf(intA Im'Iipvi'.i .Miitlii'Wvon will world tln pruv lo tlio (lianls ( tit tin' coai Inni; ol yoiini; iilrln"i. NAP COACHERS AT FAULT. Km n llptiili tlhlrtli'K Win In llrnry lllllliiit (innir. t't.r.wt vt M.iv IS In n cniin" t -1 l-1 with liiilll- Mini lmim'trl?iil tnnlnh h ' limv.' IhIik in tin' I'fiit "f tin- Niip tli" MhhMlrs to-ilm Imiik tli" Mis cinl i'f n ws ti ; y.n!.. 'ili'K. whii "it.iitrtl, wa knnol.iil out of Mh" lni lv. tin. Iimi i M'tlim Min ktn-ii III! Mil 'ill,! Hull,;, , WHIM hit llltll lllil lii-mlit IIMulir.il ,. k.iii'i fur til" Atll- "l.i'ft It will ii i k nl.'i i li;ilfit, lli" x.--tnix n.ini" itiR f.iiiiti.Mt .iml ill' N.i' thliti'Mi mi f w,it Tin' Ni' iniir. t i.ilh thn'W lli" umiiI" mwiin In tin' "'iith n I'linr I i-" niimliiu im I t-u,n hliih: 'I'll" , H ! ITIII A I i C.K KI.VMI li i li p i Ah r h it i r KM bt rf n ,i .luliii ii Iti I 3 .1 I : " 0 OUIritu i l ' " " Oi in ii I 1 I I l ii i nun ii i ' iiui.nii ill 1 n j ii t i M.IK'M ll . ' 'I'lt.li'l .It I ! ii .1 ' .' 1 M In ti i . i 'i .1 ,' ii.nn rf : i . . 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' I 11 e .M ll'iile s 3 11 I '.' 1, V. a. lt.lf 3 y e I 0 0 IMi.ilik-ll I 11 11 . " f 'I llli'-r. Ih .". 11 li 14 11 I 1 llenrr.e 3 0 u 3 3 " Mnn ty.Jb : 0 ft a 4 1 eh.iefer " ft " n " ft llondeau c 3 ft a 2 1 ' Allts lib e ft 11 11 1 " e Imbue p .3121s" 1 Incites p ; 11 1 . a 11 ulaiulil 1 a a i " " Totals ': f, rn -' liriihmi p ft 0 11 11 1 ' 1 Totil 3i . ; :i i" i Hailed for llenrv in the enbth Inninc lll.lled tor llll.hes in Ihe eishtll lulling Wa'luntlnii 1 0 1 ft s ft ,1 0 : I lietrmt e 0 11 1 11 ft : ." Hil Off HiiKhe f, In seven Inmttis. off Pro ban 1 In one iiituni. Two bise hit Willlatu Home run Diibue Mruek iui lb- Diib.i" ;. In llu--hes. 1 bv laiihan 1 lli.'' on ball' Off Imbue Olf llllhe 1 Double tila.l liubu" and I. uner Kiri bae on error Wash littktun . !.et on bae-'e lietrmt, .' Wa'hitu Inn f. Wild latches Huchee. Il'ibue Hii br pin bed bsll llv lliulie iMonarty, I'liipne in chief Connolly Field tinipire Mrtlreevej Tune i hour ami minutes HOOPER'S HOMER TIMELY. , : Sends In Tito Men anil Itnatnn Ileal : nx Rrat the llrorfna, St Uipis, May 11 -The Hostiin lied ' fvix wiin the seciind game nf the series I here to-day from the St. Louis Hrowns b ' a seote nf n tu Itaumgardiier kept his hits well scattered until the fifth, when 1 Wagner and Carrlgan both singled and llonpci lifted the ball Into the rlirhl field bleachers fur a homo run. scoring their only run". St. Louis scored two In the second when Ilrlef, the first man up, hit Into the left field bleachers for a home run and Austin hit deep to centre for , three bases and scored on Agnew's single. The score: HOSTON (A I. I ST I.Ol'IS (A L I ah r h p a e ah r h p a e I lionper.ri sill" o(snmi n.er 3 0 1 ri Yerkes2b 4 ft 0 3 4 ft .lohns'nlf 3 ft 4 ft '1 I Spe'k'r.cf 4 0 2 10 0 MaJsel.lf t 0 l-wlslf 4ftl3i n'lVitrms rf 3 ft Hanl'r.Sh 4 0 10 1 ft,Wall,-e 1 ft Lna-le.lb 3 0 1 ft 0 o,Pratt,2b . W'a-ner.as 4 1 I 2 " Ilrlef. lb 4 0 12 r, I I I 9 I 3 I 3 ft ft 3 ft ft 1 2 3 0 2 4 3 Car gan e 3 1112 ft Auailn.lh Collins p 1 0 1 i;ivais:t.ss Aanewa Totalt 31 3 27 11 0, II g illll'r.p 3 ft 0 0 ft 0 Totals 31 J 27 II 0 spatted for Wllllama In the ninth Inning-. Union (A I. I 0000 3 0ftft IV .1 SI IIIIISIA Ll , 02000(100 0-2 Two base hlts-Shottnn. Sneaker, F.nile. As" new Three baas hits Sneaker. Austin ITntn I runs Ilrlef, Hooper. Sacrifice hlts- Ktisle. Cob I Hits Double play -Acnew and brief stnlen I base liardner Kirst base on balls Off Haunt. aardner, 2; off Collins. 1 struck out My llaumaariliier. 3, by Collins. S Left on bases. Iloston. f. St Louts 3. Time-1 hour and ZT, minutes I'mplres-Kvans and Hlldebraiid Oennvrae Whole Thins Here. The bnckstoplng of Frank fienovcse wns the onit bright feature of the llrynnt St. Francis College ganie nt Itecreatlon Park yesterday afternoon The Lntur Island City bojs won hy a score of S to H, The big catcher nailed seven embryo base stealers, secured threo hits at ns many times at bat and drove In five runs Tho score: it II K St Frsne! ft ft ! S ft ft t ft ft .fl 10 s, HrvHnl 0 3 2 ft (11 11 2 - 11 3 llnierlea lint nes. Mueller and (lenmen,, Madden nnd I''lt2gi'rald American Asanclntlnn. AT KANSAS CITY It II H. r, 3 :i I T Toledo ft 1 ft ft ft n 1 1 ri Kansas Cltv . . 1 11 ! 1 1 11 1 1 .1 .lames nnd Krtiaer; Hhnaitea and o 'Con- unr, AT MII.WAL'KKi:. It, Louisville ft 11 ft ft ft 0 s) ft 2 Milwaukee 11 I ft 0 t 3 1 11 n 4 Powell and delimits; DniiKherty 11 1:. in 3 ID 11 and lliignea. Coluttibus vs Minneapolis rsln, SI. Paul vs. Indianapolis, lain. At I'.aaex Fella. Klngslay S liftOSfll -'5 ' 'n Miiniclalr A 0 ft 0 n 0 1 6 a 3 3 Hallerlss Field and Hlnghan; Jnusa and llazell. Ilasrbnll llraalla at I'roapeel Park, Kenyott A 7, Sterling A. C J, Mllftirrt I'. C, i'. iionutrr r, 1:,. Windsor K. c ; Prospect Park F, C, 4, Manual Tach. Hoom 4l, ; Monitors, 6. WAITING FOR BIG DAY BEFORE BEATING SOX so siiis ( liiiiicc .Tokf nirly Aftci' Hen lllmiks Now Yoi'ks Witli TliriM' Hit. ; mm: mkn i.kft stkaxiki i t i Met oinicll Uclii'vi'il ly I fly ( 'hii'li. Who Lots Uivnls Ki-i'p on Srnrintr. Il"iir. nf tin- Willi" Srn was n in Men fur th" '"W YnikM t-stfiiln iitul th" W"i" r-httt mil Tliov fr-ll further hit" tlw ci'llnr, n tli" lii'tioitn wtui n mini" f rn in til" WlfhlnKtilll!' Tln Atlllr-tlO' r-eii'i up with tli" .s.'iii nnrt tin l!"il Shx .ili-l'?lil nut ii Mrtory In St. I.OII1" llTlri y'n Itranlla. I'hl'HK". S'rfr Vorl(, fl litrop. i, Wflnl.l'inimi. : ITil .nl iph a. "I", ri in. I S Hn''.n .1 r" l.otll ? Ilrliillnl lull lniiilltiK. - V S - " C : ! 5 ' E t , - y ' 1 ;;i I in fill if. ti i IV ' l ' M, 1? ie, i;n r.' 111 ( ns; in in 1 .i. ; Hi I r,i I'lilln'I'll'hiH rlr.M'l,inil niilir.t,iii Cl.t'Mn i il: Iloilnn I 1 l.miii .. j lletllill s'.- Vnrl. hint'tr-' l."-' r. In ! 1 2 ' l r. in in m i in , 1ii-ilH'a Schedule. .S-w nil, In Cb, tK ' w.i-iiliiKt n 'n 1 1. roll I'llltH.l. 'ilil i III i 'ie elHtld It ' "II .ti i le.lll- 1 'II li-i,n. .M.i. I''. Flanl, ('banc.' to sits iilli.weil ti..- While Su In trampl" in cr I. s Nt In'ks fur the second time 1 ( as main d..s .In" lb 11. lu ld Hi" 's, tins tn tlii.e seattei, , bus mid th" Sunt ti S'defs win b' 7 In 11. Chalice i.i ill , l.iUKliitik'li tii-tilijht Hint he ib rei ri'd his Initial Mctu:. out,! Crank I'hunie Dav tu-iiiui low. when a tt. nieiiilniis thruiic will be mi! tu Ric. t blm That Is, If tb" w. ilb'i' ititn iliiesti 1 Interfile It wasn't nilii'li nf 11 bill gam" from the I standpoint nt the tew fans wlm were pull in; fur (banc and his m. n ,,. itenz was llbeial when it w.isi.t cnstlttg him is us thing, hut ,tn tone Hint b" saw 1,1m- , si If In 11 im.' be tlKiicneil until nne would li.ne gut the Impression that he mid b" itluiie won I stnfer If the visitors urabbiil a few runs Mil 'ntinell, whn was im the slab fnr tin New Yuiks, took th" , other "nil uf th" argument He pitched xc, . diiigh veil when It didn't make lltl lllfterence Hut be WHStlt there 111 , the pinches Mci'iinticil was taken nut . at tb" slid nf seven x muds sn that it pinch ' , hitter might bat f"t hltn. Clark, it smith- ; p.aw. finished the g-mie nnd if bis re 'mtlnlng In the niajms bad deponded 1 I iipiiii what Im displayed In that game he now would b" mi his way tu Mini" ills-. Ian! point I Appafiitlv th" visitors had all of their , attention cmtreil upon the big doings to ' morrow They didn't display the enthusl 1 asm and the dash that tiny did in the , opening ennti si They couldn't do any- iitilig in me nrt and tnen showed bow the! nntimial game sltnuld not be plavoil. Schaller ripened th" Sox half with 11 single nnd Herger hit to llailzcll The second baseman made the fatal mistake of to?. 11c tin ball bifiiri'he had It, with th" re sult that be didn't n't It, and two men wete safe wlnn that number should hine I ti nut Lord Immediately hit tn Chase. who pigged perfectly to Derilck fur a fines' nt sicond Th" shnttstnp ilnipped the ball nnd th" bnscs were tilled, with none gone It looked like 11 thick of inns, Hut th" Muck didn't develop. Founder lilt .11 front of Hie plate nnd beat It for a lilt, whll" Schaller scored. Collins whiffed, Mattlck bit Into a double play and the Son got but nne tnlly out of their two hits and Hie two misplus of the New Yorkets The second was lumen fnr tint ti. Then I'l the third the Sox collected thtee Schaller was disposed nf in a hurry bv MrConnell and Chase, but Herger walked, Lnid doubled and Herger hiked to third. Founder hit to .McCnnnell und Herger wns nipped at the plate after a chase up and down the lines Ixtrd moved to third and Founder to second nnd both counted when Collins whipped a clean slnglo Into light. The outfielder took second on the throw to the plate mid then stole third. Siveenev Instead of whipping the ball to MblkllT got the Impression that lllrdle Cree was play ing third und threw Into deep left. Col litis arose, dusted his tiousers and then hiked to the plate The Snx didn't bienk forth again until the fifth. With one gntm Herger walked and went to seennd on Lord's Infield out. Founder b-iit out mi Intlold lilt nnd then Uted the slnuble steal with Hetcer. wlm 'hTtil gone tn thltd. It was eminently suc cessful nnd the Sox tutu I soured lo live. The other two runs were made nftrr Clark reached the slab. Hem: opened the eighth with a single tn centre and Schaller filed out. Hereer drew- his third walk nnd the Pitcher stiolled to eeond, Lntd followed with a lino single Into cenlie, hut was nipped j Hying tn convert It Inln a two bagger by . Welter's pretty throw llptiz had all th" j time lie needed to count, however. The I Sox got one morn In Hie eighth. Collins opened with n double, was sacrificed to third by Mntlck nnd scoied nn a wild pitch. Meanwhile the New Yorlta were having their tumbles. Hrnz wns wild nnd gave seven passes, Hut whenever the vlsltois tliieutrncd seriously ho tightened, .lust how good he was In the pinches nr how bad the Chnncemen wete when hits meant runs Is shown by the fact that they had nine men left mi the bases. Welter, Cien mid I'lmsn wem the only ones to get lilts, nnd nn two of them c.ime In the same Inning. The scorn: NEW YOUK (A. CIIIL'.MiO. ah r It 11 a e ah r h n a e i'iiiii is.rt .1 " " 1 " "itiiiauei.ti 1 Wolter.ef I ft I I 1 0 llercer,:it. I H'lt'l.'.'h 4 (1 ft .1 2 ILonUh .. 4 4'ree,lf . . 301 I a 11 1'Vrn'r.lli 4 Chasi'.lh a ft I I'l ft 11 Collins, rl. 4 Swe'ney.it 2 ft ft I l!Mut'lck,cf 3 (!osett,c. 1 11 0 1 I ft Weaver.ss 4 Mlilk'ftb 4 ft 0 I 1 0 Silialk.e , 4 Ihr'ick.ss 1 11 ft a 2 1 lieu. p . 3 MTon'Lo 2 0 11 1 I. in I 2 1 ft 1 :: ft k 1 i' 1 a n 3 11 a 2 1 Slerirt . t a a a 11 a Clarli.ii. . 11 11 0 a I nl Totals ,.31 7 9 I tlaliiell. 1 0 0 0 a (il Totals .23 0 3 21 II ,1 Halted for MiCuiinell In the aevenllt iiuiinr . tlkitlcd for Clark In Ihe 11I11II1 iniitni. New lork ,,. 11 ft 11 11 ft ft 0 0 0 J) 1111, hIiiii, , , , ,,, 1 J ,1 II I u J I , lfl on bases-New York, !: Chlcaio, 4. Two base hits- Lord, Collins Double plavs-Mc t nnnell, Sweemy and Chase: Ilenr, Weaver and Kournier: Midkiff, llnrtrll and Chase: Sehalk and LnnL Kirst base on balls -Olf MtCiinnell, 2: olf Clark. 1: off Hem. 7 Struck mil Hy McCnnnell, 3; by Clark, 1; by Helix . 6 Sacrifice hit Mattlck Slnlen bases-Collina, I base, rouriiier. Hcrser Passed ball Si halk. Mild pitch. Clark Time-'.' hours and 6 min utes, empires O Lmishlin and Ferguson. H4RI:raI.I,, I'nlii (Irnunds, to-day, a P. H. -(HANTS v. I'lrrSUUIIUIL-Adt. Curfi Remembers , &&e' AW i?ap ! yili:.V Slim SalW, tin- lar ilinali' soinlipaw iloiibli'd in the M'l'ond iniiitin yi'stiTtlny In IV ri'ivi'il (.Ti'dit for hi fiulilli lilt in li 14 laul liflei'li titiu's lit liat. Tim drivi' would liiv yicldi'd n liotui' run for a fait Hpnnti'r, Inn Salli-u iiii'ioly galloped to tin) middle lia. "Hi' ii it tin- bull a mile and ran a furloiiir,"' ri'itmrld'd a spi'cliitor who nlzi'(l it up eorrei'lly. Curtis walki'd Witio in the next ititiuiK on purposo to net Sallui'. Somu- liody's wires wereT oi.ed lull Curt Is -"uddeiily renieinliered SlitnV Rtedt t wallop of the previous itiniiit: and Middeiily coneliided to pas him INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Ymlenli' tl malt a. N'nnrk. J. llriolir-ner. : nhlrirr-n lnntni. Thr.'iit" 2. Itirlfnre 1 lliilTl,i, 5 l'rnlili n. " t I M"ri'rni!-.l.'r..' Mm iiln ttaiidlntz of the Clnba. PC '.lin Toronto l.lto nener !V 'tnntr'ai frm Jer'fi On PC .IM 1 .III 1 ,4111 I .37.1 1 nnfTnlo . . Newark . .. luttlmore. ... I'ruMil'i'ie . Ifl li .11 10 II V! r: r.' II I 'l It 14 it n ii ir. Tii-ilay'n rhrdnlr. ,tfrev Cl' In Mor.tre.i' Nrunrk In ltnrh"tri ,io FAtnr.il I'roll.lenee It, lliirT.i In Ha tltiiuri- In T.-r ,n'n WILD PITCH ENDS LONG GAME. Vi'iiarli 1 rltiiiiiilta In 'I lilrlcenlh if- tcr Sssnclnn Trlplea. Itocllisri:n. N V, ,l 5 In a battli to-day between Wllhelm iitul llnzniauii Newark won a thirteen tiinlni: name, II tn " Swiii'lna s ti Inlr. an, I .1 w hl pitch biouuhl '11 the winning tnlli Huihister bad a man nn second when Si hnildt hit fur two bases In th" ninth, but didn't core I a use .Inn held seennd. IlL'urlng that Mers would catch the ball The si'iit" . niiwauk lib r b p (ntlit.s tf .. i' : i ItOCIIKsTIIH e all I h p a e Martin , u '. 4 3 ft Tini!r s 1 W Z'nti If ":ie .1 lb 1, I 1 2 1 n l'Pj'I'nrk 3b 11 Prte't a I' "-till! It. ef f- Culllill If s ii 7atm t f 4 11 sun nil'. 2b 4 " si''llltilt.lll " 0 .lacUll i'h.e 3 W'llheltll ti ', I 2 (1 11 I ft .1 II II 11 (I n M!is.et 1. 1 2 K Zi'bii Mi 4 I ft (ieir .It s, 11 3 M farli.e 2 ft I Kur jiiii p , a a Tn' dls li 311: 1. Total' if 2 1, 3'i 1' 1 in Ihe thirteenth itiiutu 1 1, ft 1, 11 11 a ft rt 1 3 Itait for Pmldo s' w ark a I " Itui'hr'ter ii (' a a . ii ft a ft ii (1 0 u 2 Two base hit (ieix. Schmidt Three base hil (let-. Swnutii s.i'ritl'-e lli-MiCatly Sacrtllce hits s-milli itntinnns. Tnolei. 2: .Me c.irlv Moli n bi's Mers. 2. K Ztninieiman. Iiiiuble play "iminotis and s.hmnlt First bae on error Itoeliester. 1: Newark. 1 ll.1-e nit bill Oft Wilhelltl 4- off Kimiinnn. 1. Striuk nut Hy Wllhelm, 0. bv Knrmanii. .1 Lell nn bases Uuehester. . Newark t4 Wild pitch Wilhilnt I'mplies Hjvis ami Nallln Tune -2 hour and 13 minute At Tnrnnlo. Hs'tltnore , OOOOOftftO 'roronto .. .. lonoinoft lllttertes tlanfinth. tolinson Ilenrne and Cral.ato At Hnffalo. H If K 1113 2 V 11 and I'gsn. ProvMenr Hurfaln Halterles s.lnw ,11 . ftnftftftflftft (iftftlftOOO llalley and Onslow. Mains and GILM0RE ROBBED OF SHUTOUT. Snppnrt Rniichra ierlea of Krrnra In Flnnl Innlnic. (illmore, Setnn I lull's southpaw twlrler, was robbed of nnnther shutout ester, lav atSctonla Field. So"th Orange, when after holding Mount St Joseph's ball team to two hits mid scoreless for eight In nings three nf his teammates bunched a series nf errois and allowed four runs to "onio across Setnn Hall's long lead, however, saved the day. the final M'oic being s tn t. Tla score MT ST .lOSKl'H'S fETON HALL an r ft pa e all e h 1 Cfthlll ef . 4 ft 2 it ii 1 1 v. on 11.30 . ft 4 0 2 1 ft 0 ft (1 Poe 3h 4 1 2 Melirnle e I 1 ft UiOle ss 4 1 a Wur'sy.lf 3 a ft llnrri.tb I 1 1 Ki My ;b 3 ft ft Mor'e rf.p 4 ft ft Hums p I ft ti M Lo 11 rf 2 ft 0 2 t ft Morris s ,. '' 1 ! Cllmoie.p ,. il I ft Pl lil slti.cf 4 t ft 1 Huttn.lf. 3 il a ft Mima II. lb 3 ft 2 1 Nm.etll .'h 4 1 11 I Malnuev.e 4 ii t i' Kcr's.iu.rf 1 3 ft 1 2 3 2 2 3 1 1 I t Ii ft It ft 0 11 I 1 n II ft 1 - - Tot -lis 3; Intals .1.1 4 3 21 1! n I" 27 10 Ml SI Joseph's (I 9 0 ft I-oloit 11,111 1 Two Inso hits Poe, hits liilmnie 2 Illls neette. 1 Sacriflis. hit Peploskl, 2: Malouev Setnn Hall r,; Mt Si 2 ft ft 3 ii I 0 2: Harry Three Olf Hunts. 1,: off base Mttr- Mntiahait Stolen bases Morn l,cfi on bases Joseph's. I llnses on halls Olf llurns. ; nff Morriecttc, 2, off (lib more 2 1111 ny pitener- n.v (illmore ipori Strurk out Hy (Illmore. ft; hv Hunts 2: by 1 Morrlsetle. Passd halls -Malotiey. Melirnle 1 rniplre Jack Merrily, Jersey cm Tune ; 1 hours and 31 mluuies Nn Itnnm In Federal Lea sue. citicsoo, May Ifi Kansas Cltv nnd Milwaukee have asked to be ndmltted to the Federal League, and the nlllcers of tin. new otganlnatlnn are considering the mut ter. Walter II. Llglnger, former prest dent of the Central A. A. l Is here In consultation for the Mllwnultee barlteis of the enterprise. League oftlclnls sav It s hardly likely that the league can earnings. Its circuit this year, but It mav 1 slo so fnr next season, Southern I.eagrnr. Memphls-Chattattoogs, rain New Orleans-Atlanta, rain Hlrmlnghain. f,, Mnhlle, : Mnntgnmer). 3. Nashville, 0 Trl-stnte LeaaTiie. All gsmes postponed, rnln. PICKED UP AT EBBETTS FIELD. Nap lliicker will pitch fnr tits Hrooklyns in. day Hob Harmon will occupy tho box for Ihe Cardinals. llugglns started In kick when Fmplie Hlenti.in called a ball oil (leyer In lb eldlitli liiiili,i:. but when Hrennan look o!T his mask and walked Into the illatnnnd HiiKgiiiK dntiieil a Jig near the pitcher's box I'tcti Hrentian inuldu'l keep from latighlng Klrkpati ick near!) stdlled lite berttiM in Ihe elgltih Inning. M'ilit a man on tlrst (lakes laise'l a ll near ihlrd Kirkpatrlck looked nruiiud for Plsher to make Uih catch, bul the hitler was near second, Kirk made a bel.iied teaili tor the leather and held onto ll Willi his linger lips Culshaw tuny be able lo resume play to-ilio lied smith also will return tn th thlul corner Half holidays soon. We can equip you Hate you seen the Mitt uiththt Perforated Palm? ! DODGERS SMASH OUT ' A ONE RUN MARGIN Win-lit Drives Over tln Wall f,.;. Second Homo Hun in Two Dnys. A IKl.MKK rnii fTIMlVW Hiiiiln'1'l Helps in Hotnliitriltiiciit of Sallee mid Downfiill of ( '11 nl in 11 Is. Hi'avv batting by (uthvv, U bei' , Iniubi'tt brought alintit annther . 'o. fnr the UronMyns over the St Lot 1 I'lirillimls nt llbbets Field .vestetdav fo e 1 to R. Cittshaw sent home 11 tutme with n tlni'dy single nnd also hanged ball to the left Held cm per for a n , around the cltcult. Wlient ngaln nnt llli'led the pill"! 01 er the light lie d W-, fur 11 hntni i. Hie second bit of tb's v in two rlays Daubert also kti", k"d , a triple, which wns turns d last's a t. when Kirkpatrlck ilnubled Kiev en of 1 Dodgers thirteen wallops wen inul " Slim Sallte in the tlrst six 1 1 1 1 ngs w' Willis lelleved H 1 in fur eii" pet md a. (lever finished the tnsk. Tb" Dodgers were without the service of Thlul Haseinan Smith, who became it, father of a baby lny In the mm nine a' iiskeil fur leave of itbsenci ('tilsi.t. wii'iiched his leg while liuitlttiu atnnt the bases In th" siNth timing and 1? i way to Hummel at the middle st.v , llugglns tiliil Mfrcilu I'abrir.i. n vui.tg Cuban, at sliuitstnp. but nf r ' i' " had missed m groiliul ball be was sett the bsnch and Magec cam" in f op Wal.x nf distress went up Hum t motels whi n the Cards rolled up ti inns In tb" Hist Inning lliigi;in btints 1 s.h'iIv ninl stnli second .Mngee tlnd Mengs'l ninl Muwiev shut a single tu ' I llugglns scuiiil mid Wlniit made a w throw thruugli the Inlicld In bead Maiiis at seennd. Miller also hsaved t ball nver I'lslni's hend '11 nuother tf In trill .Magic and Ihe l.-ttti r p-a-co thlul 'Kiiiietchv gut In a In iii"iid"'i' uver Stingi l's bend mid iii"d ,' utt ' tllst pl.lt" 111 s.'lfetv, Mug ic-s, iif- . .ibead of hint I'uitls lullnwiM ' ' , pass to Sheckiiril tind slakes bu Kirkpiitrl'k, who tlnew the ' t . ' OVel I l.tllbcl't's li.iid The b ill Ji.'1 ulT tb" gimiil stand .11.1l Hint, n 1 i'i .lllg It. lipHcd Sill 'kll III ll! Ill" ll, It" i .1 perflCt tlllllW III Mlllel ll.ll.lt. '1 landed on thlul inciinvvtnle. 1 In " left ns C.ilit, -1, 1 giiiubibil to (' . Sallee was 11 pbz'.li, In the I. ! e , itftci walking Stengel Then "ui 1 1 iv -glial out uf 11 mess in the iiss, iv . , Inning With one down Sali'i drovi 1 pill tu the loll Mold wall but . mil. make niiire than C.vu bags lluug'iis t 11 life nn a f iiiulils- bv Fisher, w bu it. g' t have nipped Sails at third M.m m . I,tu Milter mid Muwiiv walked, tilling ' " biises. Knni'tcbv luiikeil il.iiigernus , it Curtis fanned linn with a cuiv,' b.il' Daubert mad" the crowd I i w 11 - 'light when I," ttlpled in 1 1. lit cut' the last half of tins psTind. KI I lick brought lilm home with a c i- i -two bagger tn left. Fish"- sacr'tl' 1 1 Konetchy making a wondeiful pickup ' Sallee' wild throw and Klikpalr , landed on third He counted ,m M He s , base lilt to centte. Wlngu threw out C.i , tls and Stengel on limits In front f t.c luhher. I The Canllnals had three men on to" 1 sacks with two out In th" thud Inning. hut Klrknatilck letlred Hiisgins. Tho score was tied In Hrooklvn'. halt when Wheat put the ball over the Hedfurd avium- wall, almost n dupllcat of Thii' 1 day's homer, as the ball passed over th" bull's head Instead of hii tall. ! Two mnie runs bv th" Hronkljns 'n I the fourth Inning Increased the fans' good j humor. Cain era missed Flhe s I grounili-r and the latter was .m Lviinced to sccuiid on Curtls- sacrlllc" af Iter Mlllei had Hied out. 1'i'her si u I thud clcanl.v .lust before Sallee passed Stengel Ciltsh.uv s lint base hit to cert e landed FMicr on the plate, and Stenfl a!an counted on 1 liniiniiTs liner, which llugglns vainly tried to trap. A double pln by Fisher, ('ilt'haw and Daubert helped Curtis In blank the Mis sntirlaus again In the llfth Inning 1 Hu bert and Klikpalrlck singled In Hni" In's half, but Sallee pulled himself 10. gethcr and no runs were made, Mace at short Held robbing- Cnills of a h 1 With one down In the sixth Ciitehiw whipped a finash over Ihinl base and Hi" ball beat Sln-ckard III a race tn the score board. I'lltslriw s knee doubled under him as he rounded thlul. but lie kepi 11 sprinting and reached the pan In safe The eUhth Inning was squally fit 's handed a pass tu Sheckanl. (lakes il 1 out and Kvans fanned. Wlnso's hli e llner was knocked ilmvn by Daubett a single Instead of a double. Mcl.ei Ikittlu; for WHIN, who had pitched the piercdlng niund, belled n sh.i ! grounder to Kirkpatrlck, who tossed " 1 out. Stengel opened the Hruoklvn's turn with a three bagger to left, but (!cc pitched so effectively that SKllgel te. maliied anchored. The last Inning was n hair raiser. H ut Kin opened It with a base hit and Mo'a bagged' Masee's v, Mmvrey put ll ik gins on third with 11 dean single to H;n and Konetch) 's smash bnunded off 1 n" tls's glove Into left field fnr .inotlier Hugglus ran liimii' mid Movvrey rcic ie I third. The latter also cinssed the pii on Sheckard's lly to Mnrnn. Then Cil'l ' caught Konetchy napping and th" -cltement ended The scnie; ST I.Ol'IS sN L' HltOOKLYN ab r h ,1 ab r h P llue'ns.'Ji : 2 Ma'e lf.ss :, 11 Mnw'y.Jh I 2 Koue'v lb ."1 I ih'il rf.lf 2 ft 2 2 I ft ft 3 2 2 ft I 2 11 ft ft 1 II 2 3 11 ft ft 2 ft Strnsel ef I 3 11 n ruis'w.-'h :i ft M orati rf 0 ii llu'I 1 1 2b 1 ft Wheat. If 11 11 li.iub'rt lb ft I KlCn'k.Jli Oakes cf. 1 Ca'rera.ss 2 llvaii'.rl. 2 WoiKn.c 3 Sallee, p . 2 Willis.p ft McLean I liejcl'.p. 1 11 0 'I I 1 ft 11 Pisher.ss 0, Miller.e . 1, Curtis p ft ft Totals . ' 11 1 11 2 0 ft ll ft 11 ft 11 ft II 0 ft ft Tnlnls ill f, in 21 5 21 Hailed for Willis In the eixhllt Ittnlnr SI L011U 3 ft a 11 n a n n Jlrnnkl 11 ti 2 I 2 ft I ft " Two bise lnta s.uiee VVIieal Kirkp it-1 Thus base has stetuiel. Haulier! Ilotne 1 -Cuisliaw. Wheal, Uonelchv Snr lue h Oakes. Kishir Curlis ' s.nriltee lit s,. aril Slnlen bast's lliusil:., (lakes I' " Kirsl base rut errors "1 Loins llroolcvi Kirsl bii'e oil balls Olf Sallee. .'. oil Curlis Slrnck nut ll Sallee .1; by Willis, t Curlis. 3 Hits Olf Sallee. II 111 six in off Willis. I m one munis-. Double 1,1 1 Visiter, Culshaw- and Dauber! I1!! on lii" St Louis, !", Ilrnnklj 11, In 1'iniuii' 111 1 Ii ' - Hrennan Field uniiilte Khsoii Time li . r and f; miuules BASE BALL Organize a ball promptly. team. ltillliLl4AllAV.Itf 4JA.rTHAV 1