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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 19U.
I . .... Tam Straight Now in Two Chicago-New York Series. Home Teams Beine Successful in Both CALDWELL ASKS FOR . CRACK AT WHITE SOX Ciinncp Grants RiMpiPSt. nml Ho Holds Hivnls to One ...in, Sc.orod On Error. TWO STRAIGHT FOW LOCALS Crop Mnkcs Spnsntionnl Cnteh Aarninst Loft Hlpnchors Score Is ft to 1. By winning two contests from the Red Box In Boston yesterday, the Clevclnnd reduced the lend of the Athletics, who were trimmed by the St Louis Drowns, to eight gnmes. The New Yorks, who are playing In better form, again subdued the White Sox, while the petrolta took the measure of the Washington!. Yeaterrtny'a Itcanlta. Hw York. I: Chlcngo, 1 Cleveland, B, llortnn, 3 (first limit, Cleveland. 4, Hoston, 2 (aeronil same). Pt I-outa. 4; Philadelphia, 3. Detroit, 4. Washington, 1 Datatlea Clah llullin, an 11 ' 1 o ; u C 47 Ili" 7m o 7s jiil ru "JT Its' 1 41 Tt .vx ' 4 4 4K9 '7T'w 40 iT,7s5 ' si eT'13j! J 9'Z Philadelphia. T il CWraland. till Washington.. t Chlcaca.... - ;.! r: i J"-1 7 1 4 o'l'' Boston.. Datrolt 4i 7 It. Leula.. 4! 4' 7 s.io 6 Naw Yark.... ' 4' a am Lou .29 S 41 41 4ft in f-1 62! V Tn-rtar'a Schedntr. Chlcfo In New York. Cleveland tn Hoton, ft. Louie In Phlladrlphta. Detroit In Washington, With flawless support Kay Caldwell would have pitched rhutnut ball agalnnt the ChlcnRn Whit? P at the Tolo Grounds yesterday. The New Yolks won their second MralRht Rami- from the Windy City team, t-core :t to 1, and th visitors' tally was due partially to an 'tisabl error. Caldwell was consldri d onp of the American Lengui-'s best pitchers two years n,";o lie fill down Inst neason twH-ause he fulled tn take base ball seriously. When Chance took hold of him In the rprlnK Kay proml.-ed to walk n chalk line, but n lame arm anon put him on the shelf rind It wasn't until sev eral weeks nco that ho began tn recover the use of It Caldwell played right field In one of the gainis with CJevrlnml mi Tuesday, but he did not come up t expectation. Then lie decided to r.n back to pitching and yesterday lie asked ChatT" t put him In the box. It fl Itlii t take long to iliscuver that Caldwell ua- In fplendid form Caldwell kept the Chicago team down ti four hits, two b Hihalk, of which one was a scratch. Not a visitor re.irlml tlrst baso In the first two Irinlnss. Wolter depriving Chase and Collins of possible triples with great running c itches. Sehalk singled In the third, but was left, and Lord did the satin1 thing In the fouith, Hattzell, Caldwell anil 1 Vcklnpnuch mak ing be lutlful plays. In the fifth Inning Creo was cheered tn the echo for one of the most sensa tional catches ever seen at the Polo (round. Collins landed on the ball with tremendous power and sent It on n line toward the left field bleachers. Cree. paying no attention tn the wooden bar rier, leaped off the ground, crashed heavily Into the fence and caught the ball before It could come In contact with an advertising sign, The catch robbed Collins of a double, perhaps a triple, and Cree received nn ovation. Following thla feat Schalk lined one to Hartzell, who partially trapped the ball before It got past him, Weaer pushed his arm Into n pitched ball, and Umpire Dlneen allowed him to take first. Clcotte grounded to Mlilklff. wIiofo throw to Hartzell free Weaver. Hartzell, trying for a double play, threw wide to Knight, who knocked the ball down and then mndo a low heave to tho plate In a fruitless attempt to nnll Schalk. In tho seventh Inning Caldwell showed real nerve when, with two men on hnsen and one down, he fanned Weaver and also struck out Easterly, who batted for Bcott. Clcotte with his knuckle ball puzzled tho Chancemen for five Innings, for ha allowed but two singles ntid gavo two passes. But In the sixth period Clcotte began to lose control, also speed, and the New Yorks finally drove htm to the clubhouse. Hartzell opened this Inning with a base on balls and Wolter put lilm on second with n slnglo to left. Daniels dropped a base hit In short right and t ,the bags were covered. Clcotte passed fVcklnpaugh and forced Hartzell In with the tlelng run. "That's enough!" cried Leader Cal lahan, who sent for Death Valley Jim Pcott to rescue the Sox. Knlcht hit Into a double play, lUith to Weaver to Chase, and Wolter crossed the plate, whllo Daniels stopped nt third. Cieo punched a two bagger to right, nnd Daniels re corded the third tally. Mldklff grounded to Chase. Clarence Smith a Chicago semi-pro, pitched tho last two rounds for tho visitors. Sweeney made a scratch In the seventh, with nobody out, nnd reached second on Caldwell's nut, Ch.iso v taking a fearfully wild throw from Duck weaver with his gloved hand while reaching nt full length. Sweeney on Itnrtreirs out took third, where he re mnlned. IVcklnpaugh obtained a lilt in the ninth, worn neaver, will I Hie sllll III Ills eyes, turned nwav fiom a no drive. I'eelt stole second nnd free walked, but neither rouid score, as weaver closed the period wun h sinriiing I'lipltiro or .M d k ff a ran nop shot. itnth and Weaver handled lliirteen grounders w ti m-ntnex... ami despatch, while S balk again stnrred be hind the bat Collins pulled down a long drlMi from IVcklnpaugh In tho inurin. wnicn was one of main- feature The pleasant weather and tho good inujiim im i ii( .m'w .urn proved a nourro or pleasure, for 3,Iina fans. The score ; CIMCAnO IA f,.i I NEW YORK (A, L ) .,. a i r h n n e' ni, r h t. a Ixinl.Sli 4 0 10 1 JlWiilter.cf. 3 I l f, o :'. . " 1,1 " lllieiKI I 4 112 0 rnrn'r.rf 4 0 0 0 0 Gll'eek'li n i Hodie.lf 3 0 n 3 n u Knight b, 4 n o 5 0 I Colli im.ef 4 II 1 n H Cree.lf ...301 ft il Sehalk.e 3 1 !! '' 1 n1 Mull,! If i r, , T . A Weav'r.m 3 0 0 3 II OlStteeneir.e 3 0 1 5 d n glotte.p i o n o n OjCulilwi-ll.p 3 u o 04 0 EiiM'eriy 1 n n 0 0 l Totalt., 39 337 t Smith.ii.. onoo 1 01 Totala .39 1 4 .'4 16 0! Hatted for Hott in the seventh Innlnt f'eajo ; ooooioooo-l hew York 00000300 -! Two Imao hlt-Cree. Sacrifice hlt-C'haao. talrn baiia .pecUtntiaiiffh. ii,ti,ifr vir. ..... M error-Chleau. Firat baae on balls -Off out lly l.nldwcll. 4 Hit hv ,.it,.i.n.. n ..i.i 11 .I 1, Ji""' -ai(lweii, Mruelt well (Weaver), Una Oft Cnoite. 4 In live tn. Hints, noun out III the alath: otf Seott. I In nno luniiur l M on baaea -Chi. -. r 1. v... Tork. 7 Double pby rtaih. Weaver nil I Chau Umpire In duel Dlneen. Fieirt ,,m,Zll V a n Tim. 1 hnur Ana ka I... - maaa Ltoefy Old Man at Short for Sox A M-VKIjY okl KPtitlt-mim in 11 i 1 x White Sox uniform practised t short field btjforo yesterday's pirno and tnitdo sotnu rattling stops mid catches. Twenty-four years ok ho was pitching for the Phila delphia National. Subsequently he ctirvaxl 'cm over for tho Balti more Orioles and later played sec ond buso for the Giunts and the Detroits. Kid Gleason In his name ami in spito of tho fact that ho is nearly 45 years old, he's as hard as nails. As Manager Callahan's rinht bower he is of much scrvlco in coaching young players. At fisti cuffs this relic of bygono days novcr has lost a battle. NAPS POUND RED SOX TWICE. Ilrdlent Victim In Plrat, Moaeler and Foater In Second. IIoston July 81. Heavy hitting won both Ramos of a double header for Cleve land lo-tlay from Hoaton, thn acorea being & to 2 for tho llrst en me and 4 to 2 for tho second. Hedlcnt wns knocked out of tho box by the Nups In thn eighth In ning of the first game, and Cleveland won Its victory right there. Moseley and Foster were driven to cover In the first Inning of the second contest when tho Naps made five hlta and four runs. Hall then pitched a shutout game for eight Innings. Tho scores: PinST GAME. CLEVELAND. IIOSTON (A. M. abrhpaei abrhpae Lotbold.cf 4 112 1 cj.Um-rln.tb 4 0 10 10 Chnp'n.ss 4 0 1:4 s.llnoiier.rf. 3 1 1 5 0 0 Oleon.lb.. 4 1 3 18 0 0 Speakor.cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Jackaii.rf 10 0 10 0Lcwls.lf... S 0 0 1 1 0 La)nle.2b. 4 0 3 1 4 COard'er.Sb 4 0 8 0 3 1 Turnrr.Sb 3 10 0 1 OlKngle.lb.. 4 0 1 10 0 0 (iraney.lf S 1 0 3 o oiWnguor.BB 110 12 0 Cartach.c. 3 0 0 C 3 1 Thomaa.c. 3 0 0 11 2 0 Falk'n'g.p 3 0 0 0 3 1 tYerkcs .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 iureii.. loioo o.iicdient.p, 200010 tHatea,. 0 1 0 0 0 0 Hall.p 0 0 0 0 0 0 (Iregg.p.. 0 0 0 0 0 0.(Crrlfin 1 0 0 0 0 0 Trunin. ,n t 7 1? 17 4' Totals..) 2 27 t 1 Halted for Fnlkentwrr In the elchth Innlsf. tllan for Lelirelt in the elchth inning. ttuttrd for Thomas tn the ninth Inning. !latted for Hall In the ninth Inning. Cleveland 0000414 I Horn on 0001 1000ft 1 Two dim hlte Olaon. Lellvelt. Sacrifice httt Oraner. Carlaeh ftolen bae Lelbnlrl. Dates Double plava Itbold and Olson: Chapman and Olaon. Ift on bases -Cleveland, l.eil on bases -Cleveland, r: 111 oston, 9 Firat bate on bulla-Off Falkenberc. 4, off Ileilient. 2: olf Orccr. 1 Hit br nitchrr-Dv tiretr (Jjpwlt. Wnunerl Struck out lit Fab kenler. S: by nedtent. . tlmplres-O'Lourhltn nnd Sheridan Time 3 hours and 9 minutes. SF.COND GAME. CLEVELAND. I IIOSTON IN L.) abrhpae aorhpae Lelboldcf 4 110 0 ("IJanrrin.Ih 4 0 0 1 4 2 Chap'n.aa 3 0 0 3 3 oItooper.rf. 4 0 1 3 0 olKon.lt. 4 1 3 1 1 iSiraker.cf 4 0 2 2 1 0 Jaeks'n.rf 3 10 10 olll.lf . 4 0 0 0 0 0 I.ilole.2h. 3 1 2 2 3 0 Oardn'r.Jb 4 0 3 3 0 0 Turner.3h 4 0 0 0 6 OlKncle lb,. 4 I 3 0 0 (Iraner.lf 4 0 110 nlW.urner.aa 4 13 4 10 O'Xeill.c 3 0 0 3 1 0 Carrlian.e 3 0 0 4 4 0 lllalld f,p 3 0 1 1 4 0 Moeiey,t oooooo Feater.p,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total!. ,M "4 7 37 14 : rtall.u 3 0 1110 Tliomaa 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total! ..37 1 12 Batted for Rail In the ninth Innlnt Cleveland 40000000 04 lloatcn 00000200 0-2 Tao baae hlta Olaon. Knfle. Wncner Three haae till -Hall Sicnfiro lilt Channian Dou- bl" play--Turner. Lajole and Olaon. Left on hiaes Cleveland, !: Ilmton. 10. First base on Inlla Oft .Mnieley. 1; o!f lllandint. '.': of! Hall. struck out-ny nan, 4; ny niaieuiii, Time -2 hours. Umplrea O Loushlln and Sher idan B0EHLBTG BEATEN AGAIN. Tltxrra Hit film Hard While Mark Hull Pitches KffeetlvelT. Waskinoton. July SI. Detroit batted Uoebllng hard this nfternoon. winning handily, 4 to 1, mainly on account of tho lino work of Pitcher Mark Hall, who allowed Washington only four hlta. More than a thousand fans from Wch- motid, Vn, accompanied by a brass band, rami) up to-day for the purpose of cheer ing their fellow townsman, young Hoeh llng. Donle Hush broke up the game with a triple In the Tigers' nrth. send ing In two runs. To-day's defeat was the second this season for noehllng, who previously had twirled eloven straight victories. Tho score: DETROIT. I WASHINGTON. alt r Yt n a e mb p h o a e nuah.is .41214 0 Moeller.rf, 4 0 1 0 0 0 nau'an.Jb 3 13 0 2 0 Foster.3b 4 0 0 0 4 0 Craw'il.rf 4 0 1 0 0 O.Mllan.cf .. 4 1110 0 Cobb.cf .. 4 0 2 1 0 0 (lan.lll.lb. 3 0 1 13 1 0 Ve.vh.lf.. 10 14 0 o.MnricaaSb 4 0 0 4 4 0 n.ilner.lb 4 0 1 14 0 0 falvo.lt .. 3 0 0 1 1 0 stnnafTe.c 41101 ",m nrme.aa a o 1 a 0 Mofty.Sb 1110 2 OHenry.e... 2 0 0 4 2 0 11.111. p. ,. 1 0 0 0 3 O.IIOCIUinC.p 300041 TotaIi.,S!"4U27 1l 0 Totala ., 0 1 4 37 31 J Detroit 0 0 0 0 I 1 0-4 Washington OOOOOOOOI 1 Vlrat hnM on error Detroit Left on bases tVaahincton, 4; Detroit, 4. Firat base on balls On1 Hall. 3. Struck out-Ily Bnelillnf. 4: by Hall. 4. Three bae hit Hush. Two baao hlta Mcllrlde. Crawford. Cobb S.vrlnce tills Veaeli. Hall. Sacrinee ny-liauman. stolen haju. Milan. Double tilara- Foater. Morran nnd Oandll: Hall. Uuah aist Oalner. Hit by pltchrr Hy Koehllni iMotiarty), llmplrea-Ferguaon and Connolly, jime : noura. ' PLANK TAXES HIS BEATING. Allows Brawna to linnets Hlta In Sixth InnlnaT. PntLADBLPnia, July 31. The Rt. Louis Browns won their fourth game of the sea son from tho Athletics to-day by 4 to 2. Eddie rinnk weakened In tho sixth In ning and allowed three of the seven hits secured off him. These with Mctnnls's error allowed three men to score. Baum gnrdner pitched a strong gnmo after the third Inning, keeping the hits well scat tered. Htrutik's batting nnd the fielding of Collins and Austin featured. The scorn : ST. LOUIS (A. L ). PHILA. (A. L ), ab r h p a el ab r h p a e Shott'n.cf 4 1 1 0 0 0 E.M'p'y.rf 3 1 0 0 0 0 Stovall.lb 4 1 1 11 0 0 Strunk.rf, 4 1 3 3 tl 0 I'ralt.!!).. 4 1 2 8 4 0 Colllna.ib, 3 1 1 4 0 WiU'iiis.rf 4 0 1 0 0 O.llaker.Sb . 4 0 3 1 4 0 Ilalrntl.lt 4 0 1 4 0 oj.M'lnnla.lb 3 0 1 14 0 1 Auatln.Sb 3 0 0 3 1 diWaUli.lt.. 3 0 0 1 0 0 Alnx'd'r.c 2 0 0 3 1 0 Harry, as. ,400110 Laran.sa. 3 0 0 1 3 O.Lipp.c,,,, 4 0 0 4 4 0 llaum'r.p 3 110 4 O'Juuk.p... 301030 Totala. ,30 4 7 37 17 o Total! .,39 s 27 19 St. Loula 1000O3OOO4 Philadelphia 301000000 3 Tno biiae hlta Sotvall, llauniKardner. I'ratt. yncrillee lula-Collins, 2: alejimia. Firat baar 11a en or Si l.ouis. I"ft on buaea SI. Louis. 1: Philadilphln. 4. Sir ink outliy Plank, 4: by llauini;ardiier, 3. Double plny-Collina aial Mclnnis. Firat baae on balla-Off Plank'. 3; oft Ilaiimuanliier, 3. Umpires lllldrbrand and Evana. Time 1 hour and 44 minutes. American Aaanrlatlon. AT ST. PAUL. H. It. K. Wllnniikee, . , . 00000000 0 .1 1 Ht. Paul n 0 u 0 0 0 0 1 1 1: 1 flatteries Cutting and llucliea; Kitrcer and Miller. AT LOUISVILLE. n. II. 1:. Columbus 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 Loulavllle .... 1 0 0 03000 0 4 10 Itiitterlea Colo nnd Smith; Northrop and Bevel old. AT MINNllAI'OLIS. R. II. E. K1111.11. City.,.. 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0-r- 4 12 1 Mlnnrlipiilla 2 0 II 0 0 0 1 0 3 S 4 4 llnttrrli's Vaughn and O'Connor; Hurns, OIIIIkuii mid Onena. AT TOLEDO. R. R. B. Iiulianapolla .. .00001000 0 1 4 4 Toledo. ,.. 01000402 x 7 11 1 M re nnd Caae ; Haakett anil llattertea- 111. 1. Prospect Pnrk llnaeluill Iteaiilta. AM "'kl;. n W. II. oft Offke. 17; Dtutlun m - . m . , i .( aa. v.( a, aamara a , t,' a. CUBS BAT OUT RUBE; THEN BEAT FROMME Miiriinrl IWires Just in Time to Snvp Winning Streak From Demise. SAIKK'S HIT WINS IIATTI.E Scores Kvcrs With Blow in Lnst Inning Ginnts I)n All Their Scoring in One Kound. The Qlanta suffered another setback nt the hands of the Cuhs In Chicago yesterdny and as the Phll.idelphlas won from tho Cincinnati Iteds, the lead of .Mctlrnw's men was cut to 8'n games. The Plttsbtirgs again outpointed the Krooklytis and tho IIoston Hraves made the. Cardinals take the count Vratrrrtay'a Itesnlts. Chicago. 4: New York, 4. Pittsburg, I; Hrooklyn, 3. I'hlladelphtu. 9, Cincinnati. 4. Hoaton. G, St. Loula. 4. Betalle Clah ItaaaHaaT. ro! Naw Tort..., tl .091 35o7 PhlladalDhla. 1U, V Chicago .420 Pittsburg... .404 Brooklyn., Boston .434 1m Cincinnati.,. St. Lotus.... Oamea Loat . 2S'JS 44 4'47'42 00149 V To-alar'a Schealole. Naw Tork In Chicago. Ilrooklyn In Plttaburr Philadelphia In Cincinnati. Hoaton In St. IxhjIs. CittcAoo, July 31. The pugnacious Cubs were bent on winning another came from tho Giants to-day and never stopped fighting back until they had done ao. They outlasted the Giants In a hard fought and vitriolic strife, clawed their way to one run In the ninth Inning when two were out nnd won the game, B to 4. Thereby they put a small crimp In the (Hants' long lend In the race, and spurred by two successes; over the leaders. In which they have played their best game of the season, they now are stirred up tn make It four strntght from the Giants, whom they have outplayed twice In suc cession. To-dny a one run lead by the Cubs was swept away by the Giants In the sixth Inning with a batting gale which blew Lavender to the clubhouse. This gave the Giants a three run lend, but the latter had exhausted their supply of rallies, whereas the Cubs, helped by flaws In the New York defence, worked their way up tn n tie and bored In for the winning run In the ninth. Hube Marqunrd's list of straight vic tories did not attain the ten straight period, but then the score was only n tie when the Hube gave way to Fromme, and thn latter van the pitcher off whom the Cubs grabbed the run which terminated tho joust In their favor. Mar iiuard wns not as effective as usual and became less effective after his mates had built up a threo run lead for him. He couldn't stand prosperity, faltered In the eighth Inning with the goal of success only a short dlstanee away and was batted out of the box. Tho Giants did the beat consecutive hitting they have done on this trip. getting to Lavender savagely after doing nothing with him for live Innings. The hitting brace, however, was not crowned with victory, for tho roason that the Cubs used their nestles with still better effect nnd sandwiched In a pair of slams with an error by Fletcher and a base on balls donated by Marquard. Karl Moore appeared as a Cub following the finish of I.nvender, and the Giants made no headway agnlnst him or Cheney, who pitched the last Inning. Meyers and Herzng picked hard foul files off the stands In the first Inning. then Pchulte came up and singled. Mey ers wasn't throwing well, and Schulte stole second. Zimmerman's single scored him. but on trying for second on the throwln 5Clm was pinched. Hums to Meyers tn Sliafer. Marquard did ex cellent work In the second, third nnd fourth Innlnga. There were bostlles on In all threo. New Ynrka' maiden hit was made bv Snod'Pits In the fifth Inning, comlna with two out. There was one out In the sixth when Shafer whanged safely to centre. Kietrher put up u fly to !.eacli. which check mi the rally was followed by Shafer b steal of second. Herzog singled, Mcrklo did likewise, Murray tripled nnd Meyers doubled. Four runs swarmed homo during tho splurge and tne ouiiook necame quite Gothamcnuue. In their half of the sixth the Cubs pared the New York lend down to two runs. Schultn winged a triple over Snodgtnss' nnd camo In on an Inlleld out which consisted of Baler's force of Zimmerman, who had walked. Mike Mitcnen singled, but with two on bases Hrldwell and Hesnahan, whose work as a batter wns limited to breathing defiance, donated harmless files. Schultn hud been shelved by the fly nan route in me eighth when Fletcher compounded trouble by Juggling a grounder from Zimmerman. Fletcher pecked nt the ball after his first fumbto nnd by the time he did pick It up Kim was resting at the Villa Merkle. Next Snler walked, Mitchell larruped the tottering Hube for a single and scored Zimmerman, rlvem yanked Mrldwnll and shoved In 1'helnn to htt, which Phelan did with marked emphnsls. His single scored Saler. Kxlt Marquard. Fromme's speed nml h nice piny to the plate by Merkle stopped further scoring, Fromme, threw out l-io.tch In the ninth, livers was u horse of a different color. The eminent ctab sent n two bagger clattering to right. Hnodgrnss took Schulto's fly mid tho frowning Zimmerman was passed to get him out of the way. Disaster lurked behind this move, for Saler brought Kvera home with a shatter ing slnglo off Fromme's glove. The score : NEW YOKK (N, L.) nh r Ii pur Hurna.ir, 4 0 14 11 Sliafer.l'li 4 112 10 C1IICAUO (N. L.). ab r h p a e Leach, cf,, 4 0600 F.vera.ib.. 4 112 2 0 Srhlllto.rf 4 3 2 2 H 0 .iin'an.sb. 3 110 10 Suler.lb... 4 13 4 0 0 Mll.hrll.lf 4 0 2 3 0 1 Willl'ma.lf 0 0 0 0 0 II Hi til w'll u n ft a t n Flete'er.sa 4 0 0 1 Hi-rrnir.3ti 3 112 Mrrkle.lb 4 12 4 Murr'y.rf 4113 Mryi ra.e. 3 0 17 I) o 4 I Ii 3 0 1) 7 I I) 3 0 0 Snod'aa.ef :l 4lari'rd,p 3 I'lomCp. 1 0 0 0 I 0,l'lnl:iii,aa. 10 10 10 Oillrea'h'ii.c, 4 0 0 3 3 0 . I.ni''n r n . ft ft n. t ft Totala. ,33 4 s'SH 7 3 Moore, p.,, i o o o o o tCnod looooo Cheney, p., 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Totals ,.S7 4 10 27 It 1 Two nut when winning run was scored, tltntted for Moore In the eighth Inning, New York 00000400 14 Chicago 10000101 1 4 First baae on errora-Chleato, 3. Left on baaea-New York. ; Chicaio, 10. First base on balla Off Mirnunrd. 3: off Fromme, I; off Lav ender, 3. Struck out Hy Marouanl, 4; by Lav. niler. " Thre hn.it hlf u , S..1...1- I Two baae lula-Meyera. Kvera, Saler. Stolen I tMMt-oaa.tr, Uko, Schult, BrtwaiutB. Bit Jockey J. Wilson vr i, !f ; ft " IVAtSSij-.. k, .j I I Little fellow who ivnnnd up In a blase of atlory- at Belmont Pnrk hy pllotlnaT victors In the last three races of the meeting. by pitched by ball By Lavender (Meyers). Hit! Off Marnuard. in aeven and one-third Innlnt-: off Fromme, 3 In on- and one tMnl tn nlnra; off Lavender, 4 In rite .mil tuoihlrda Innlmta; off Moore, 3 In tao and one. third tn nlnirs: off Cheney, nono In one innlnt" Umpire In chlrt-Rlfler Field umplre-Uyron Time 2 hours and 24 minutes. BROWN NO PUZZLE THIS DAY. Phillies Take Kindly to OrTerlnara of Three Fingered One. Cincinnati, July 31. The Phillies took kindly to the offerings cf Mordccal Ilrown, while Beaton kept the locals' hits scat tered nnd Philadelphia won the second game of the scries, 9 to 4. Seaton had one bad Inning, the eighth, when the hases were full and one run hod been forced across with none out. Rlxey came to the rescue and promptly extinguished the local baismen. only one more run resultlnc. The score : PHILA (N. L) . . Ibr hp CINCINNATI ab r h n a i-aa i.or ;ii Fleseher.lf 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 (' 0 0 0 0 Rna?i -t A Ibert'.Jb I 1 1 1 Devore cf 4 113 1 3 0 111 1 1 I t 1 uruh.Jb Clark . Iteelier If 2 4 1110 0 CrV'th.rf Lud'ua.lb llnnl.n 1 0 Ktln.:b... 0 oooo 0 1 10 1 nillrti 21. IB O.D'Klrr.Jb. 2 12 1 1 12 3 4 0 14 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 Kllllfer'.c. 2 0 1 0 hek'd.rf 4 0 0 neaion.p. " wren r.aa 2 OIKItnr.c . 3 - liroun.p,. 2 nitllatea 1 Kixey.p 1 0 1 0 0 u 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totala, S9 9 IS 37 I Herbert p, 0 M.ukb'n c 1 tMar'ni cf 1 Tnlnla . a a i ..." .i ,,T "rnn ,n eitntn mnint tllatted for Brown In the ninth Inmmr tllatted for Herbert In the ninth Itinnlr Philadelphia . 1 3 000040 1 a Cln'-lntiatl . 01O1O0O30-4 Two baae hlta Uihert. Kllllfer, Cravath Three bae hlte-Ueekrr. l'aakerl lloblitrell : Double play-I.Uilerua Doolan an.l I.uderu. rirt baae on balla. on Seatoii 3, of Herbert, 1 Slruek out -lly llertwrt, by Itney bv Seaton. 3 Samllee hlte-ttn.ihe. Uodirr. Lo ben Hlta Off Seaton. 9 In aeven tmaurs: off Ittxey, none In two Innlnra: oft Brown. 14 tn aeven Inninji: off Herbert. 1 In to Innlnc Time l boar nnd 4.. minute. Vmptres-Bren-aan and Eaaon TWO BRAVES SLAM BALL HARD. Ilaranvllle and Lord llltflng Heroes Six KJected From Hcnrh. Rt Ta-otta T.ili 41 T-l, rtna,nn n took the second game of tho series with the rnr,llnnla flilu n fiAri.n n mainly as tho result of the hitting of Mn .,,..111.. V 1 r , ...ni i.u mi- iinii Mini. iioui ueyer ano l'crdiin proved Ineffective nnd were re lieved by Sallee and Tyler. Umpire O'Day hnd a run In with u squad of the Itoston plnyera, who were ridiculing his decisions, ami sent six of them to tho clubhouse: when thev started tn return to the bench, on orders from Cnpt. Sweeney, he threatened to call the game, and the bunch again quit me neiii ine pcore ; BOSTON (N L.1 I ST LOUI (N. L ) ab r hp a e ah r h p a e M'vllle aa 4 1 2 .1 4 1 Whltted .a 4 1 l 3 .1 o T-rtfH ff fl 4 a a. a rilra.i. . m ...... ' a - .i " m t,Mnra,n , o r o g Con'Ur.U M l m r Mri.m 1 o o o o o V. j--' - " ie.-iwirr.ri Mycra.lb I 0 1 13 1 r'Korte'y.ib Mann.cf. 4 0 11 lAMaeef Wh'llnr.e 4 1 3 4 3 f Wiimo.e.. liAnliia n . 1 I A I Al.l I.. . ..l. 4 1 0 4 0 0 3 1 1 10 1 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 1114 2 0 oooooo .. ,... -., ,i ii. .in .1 y Tyler.p ,10 0 11 0(Mo'rey.b 4 1 ft 1 n n o 0 n o o Total!,. M 4 13 37 14 I!SaIIeep oooio " . Ior l:.1"" '" ,ne nintii iiinnir tHaited for Vtlnrn in tlio ninth Innlnt "O'ton . , t 3 i n n (, i a a St. Ioula , 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0--4 Three hn.e hit Whitteil Home run. -Maran-vllle. Lord Sacntlee lilla-Man-e, Satire. Sac rifice fllea Wlnjn Ihtchlnr record Off (5eer hlta. 4 runs In two and one third Innlnga: off Perdue. hlta. 4 runs In u nnd one-third n iilnn Stolen bnaea-Lnrd. Smith, 3: Oakca First base on b.illa -Off Perdue. 2: of! fievrr. 1 off Tyler, 1, Slruek out-Hy Perdue. '2: hy Salle. .1. Ift on hnet-st. Ixnn., : Hoaton. Time-l hour and 44 minutes Umpire O'Day and Emalle. NOTES OP THE GIANTS. CH1CAOO, July 31 Cheney rets credit for wins In auee-aalve daya naaln.t the Giant!. The score wo. a tie when he come In. It waa about this time Inat S'enr Hint the Cuba, with Lavender iiltchlnr. brnk- Mar quard'a run of nineteen atrnlcht However, It may be that to-i'. .1 v'h loan will be chnraed tn Fromme, he entering the battle ultli the score n tie. Which, seeing that the Cuba mad four of their tlvo runs off Matii;inl. In on inatnr.ee, itmnne others, of the flaw In th system of cridltlng defrnta or lc tnrlea to pltrhera. There waa much caustic repartee nmoug the rival playera to.dnv and both fumed over baae iliclidona h liyron, Mike Mltchelta throwing when the Olanta were hlttlna to let! In the lth Ini.lng irni a fright, but Mlko did deadly xecutlnn with 111. bat. After .Moore hml taken one elilke In the eighth Inning Evi ra pulled him tn the bench and put (lood In tn hit. (iood llleil out. Two men wars Ktung by one pliehed bnll in the fifth lunlni.'. One of Lint-mler'a pitches nicked .Meera on the leg and llreanuhnn on the toe. There la a chance that Doyle will be nblr to play to-niorron. tlimicli hla foot wan atlll pretty ifnrr lnduy. llama fumbled 11 ground ball, something he rarely dnea. Thla waa utter be met with hla ncrldrnt, He also made a tuiae hit after thnt occurrence. Vlrgrlnln I.eHttnr. Norfolk, t: Portsmouth. I. Hoanolte, 15; Peleraburg. C, Newport Newr. 3; Richmond, 2, Raafern Aaaoclatlon, New London, 2; Waterbury, 1, game. Watorbury, i New I,ondon, 2. game. Slerlden. 4j New Haven, I, Hprtngfteld. 4; llrldgeport, 0. I'lltHtleld, , Huitfnrd, 7. New Knxlnnd I.eaarae., Wnrreater, 4; Lowell, 1, Porllrfnd. ;; Lynn. 0, Naw Bedford, 4; Luwrenca, I, llrockton, 3; Fall Itlver, 0, rVerr York nnd Nrw Jerser Leagrae, Long Tlranch, 4; Mtddletown, 3. Kingston, 1: Pnughkerpale, 7. Newburgh, 8; Panbury, 1, BASKUAlXIO-DA Y..VJ0 P.M. N, Y. Amerl cun.Catoaa. Pel UreunpL Ada. 40c.-Aar, WINDUP DAY FULL OF FAVORITES' VICTORIES Every One Wins, Nicklnns Killing First Tlirpp nnd Wil son Lnst Three. SPIMXH HOAIin "KXTKXDED lleiits Hpsnm, Wilson Urging llim to Eiinnl Track llerord Made in lOOR. nw.MoNT PAttic, July 31, Raceguers hid farewell to the Uelmnnt track for the season this afternoon In a hilarious mood, for the horse ran true to form and every one picked out by the public as the most likely winner came under the -wire In front. There were no disqualification nnd no tmpenant Incidents to mark tho wind ing up of the short spell of racing on met ropolitan tracks. Jockey J. Wilson, whose star was dimmed hy the brilliant riding of Htitwell yesterday, returned to the Btellar position among the riders nnd, ncetptlns only three mounts In the lattfr half of the card, P'lnteil all of them tlrst past the Judges and even then ho only tied with Nlcklnus In winning mounts, aa tho lightweight tlder of H. F. Carman had ridden the horses of his employer to victory In the Hi st three ruccs. It n quired all of WIIon's skill to land Spring Hoard a winner In the fifth race, which though not the feature of the day was by far the most Interesting of the events. The distance was a raie one for old horses, live und a half turlougs, and the well known speed of Spring Hoard and Hesom caused the withdrawal of eight of the thirteen entered. Spring Hoard was pounced on by the talent which had fut tened on the victories of four favorites, Capt. Cassatt's Aeronaut colt being quoted at 7 to 10 with Besom and Isldora next In demand at !' to Short aa was the race tt was a thriller for every yard and, much to the surprise of the crowd, the despised Silver Moon was out In front tn the first quarter. Then Isldora shot into the lead, with Hesom nnd Spring Hoard fighting bend and head Just behind A furlong from home Htitwell called on Hesom nnd the sturdy old sprinter responded by Jumping to the front. The next move was mado by Wilson on the faotito nnd, menurlng the Held In masterlv fashion, he drove Spring Boatd to the limit, grasping the lead with 100 yard ( to ti.ivel and coming away nt the nd to win In 1 :04. time which equals the track record made by Queen Marguerite !n H'OS. H.soni was a length and a half before Isldora. Gainer was selected as th good thing for the Youthful Stakes for two-year-olds, at six furlongs on the main course. Wil son hail his Ilrt mount of the day on J. U Holland's consistent son of Martinet nnd even then It was whispered around Hint the popular rider was going to clean up In the last three. Wilson placed Oi.lner In good position nt the start behind Mater and Golden Chimes and. going around the bend, ran up Into scond place. In the stretch Golden Chimes showed speed (nough to draw away for a few strides until Wilson roused his mount to earnest work. Then In the last fur long Gainer drew away so rapidly that ho was able to go tinder the wire a winner by four lengths with Wilson pulling him almost to a walk nt the finlsh. Wilson's final win was" on John O. Tnl hott's Jawbone, a handlcnp horse that dropped tn among a lot of selling platers. Hacked down to 2 to 4, Jawbone never was In troublo and won galloping by six lengths. Of the three wins credited to Nleklaua, the one on Water Lady In the opening race was the most meritorious. She whs an even favorite with Gallop, and tho lntter led for the llrst part of the Journey. Robert Oliver became the contender then, but Nleklaus came away with Water Lady at the end and won by three lengths. He had only to sit stlil on Kiln Itryson and Kallnkn, In the sec ond nnd third races, to give Mr. Carman three straight winners to close his He), mont campaign nnd provide money for feed hills at Saratoga The summaries: liHST HACU. Tor two-vear old': arlllnc: by subscription of 110. with li adiled; tir nnd n half furlong, straight' lloronnd age. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Tin, Water ljidy.2.. nil Nleklaua 11-4 4-4 1 ltoberttlilvrr.2 107 Upturn 11-2 4-4 3 (iatlop.:. .. in; llnnnwr 11-4 4-4 .w rraticKS in KnrrirU. 4-1 5-1 4 l)atlim,2 101 U'nlfr Pl-l 3 1 4 Time. 1 in 3 V (lood atari, won raolly. Waier Lady. br. f.. bv Vtaterboy Ilucnce. of Tnwrra. owned by H j . Carman, trained by II I' Carman. Jr. SiruM) HCK. for three year-nld and upward; arlllnc: by subscription of Hn. with i mi added; all furlong, main course. Ilor-r and age. Wt. Jockey. Price Fin. 1'lla HrjMin. 4. . ll.t Nirkitas. ft pi (mt n Yrmliec .1 inn K.irriPk even mi 2" VtiMi lu ll, 4 . li llnn l ;o-i 1,111 3 Tune. 1 I.) 1 timid tnrt: won drlvmc. I'lla liryson. ch. m.. bv Juvenal -lirnnillii-a, owned by It, ' Carman' irnliud by It, I ( armnii, Jr iillltli It.UT For three-year old and uptrarJ: aelllngiby MiliM-rlpilonnftiu with Vti raided: one mile: llnrx-and age Wt .Im-Uey Price. Kin. Kallnkn, A,.. . pr Mrklma ecn 31 Mrenuou. a.... w Kirric!;. 7-2 even'" Water Welles. 4.. lai VWilfr. a.-i ,vi ;i Vtar Horn, I..., Ill llutucll ,vi -io 4 t olonii I link, 4 . .110 Crnnil. 151 4 1 h Arian.a mi Mit'nhey , an-l 101 0 'I hue. r.Mi .1 '.. tlood Hart: won ea.sllj Unlaika. b. f hy Sem prnnlnti .ltuda. mined hy It. p. Ciunian; trained by II. P Carman, Jr. ' NEW 1914 PRICES " Effective August 1, 101 a Model T Runabout ,)0f) MoHel T Touring Car ... 550 .Model T Town Car 750 With Full Kqulpment, f.o.li, Dclroit Ford Motor Company Detroit, Michigan McGravu and Doyle Ailing; Burns Hurt CHICAGO, July 31. Manager Mc Graw wuh Hparcd tho utiplcaa iint sight of Hoeing his GiantH lose to-day. Intestinal pains conflnrd tho manager to his room, leaving Robinson as Iwss for tho day nnd Merkle as field captain in tho place of Latrry Doyle, who vtbh hurt yes terday. Tho Giants enmo near losing another player by Injury. Burns was on first in the fourth when Shafer grounded to Evors. Evcrs's toss to Bridwell forcod Hurns and Hrldwell drew back for a fling to first for a doublo play. His throw'struck Burns on tho fore head and dropped him flat and cold. Ho finally camo to and resumed playing with a lump on his head. FOURTH RACB. The Youthful flakes, for two-year-olds; by aubv-rlpllon of 114, with 11,400 added: alx furlongs, main course; Hnricanu ,uc i t jockey. Prices lin. (ialt,er,2 112 V lln.n 7-10 out I tinlilrlU'hlllics,2. I0J .Meklaua. . 7-1 2-1 2' WooilrriMiocs,2 Ha) Knrrlok . 0 2 e-4 3' .Mlltfr.2. II)., Ilulurll U-2 4-4 4 -SlakeaiidC'ap.2 Its). McCuhey 10-1 :i-l 4 Scinppcr.3 10; Wolfe.. . 12-1 4-1 0 Time 1.13 3-4. (mod atari: won ea-dly; fialner, rh. c, bv .Martinet Druid; unncd by J. 1.. Holland: ttntned by II. Mnralrall. FIFTH RACK. For three-year-old., and upward, handl cap; bv aub.crlptlon of J10, with 1600 nclded; live and a half furlong.. Horse and Age. v t. Jiunr). Price, lin. Spring Hoard, 4 . IIS WlTran 7-10 out l"1 UeMim.agrd lis HniHell t J g .', 21 Dldora.4 m." Wolfe -2 r, 4 I MIcrMoon,3. . 10 McCahry 20 1 r, I 4 Oi ran blue, 4.. 1111 (.rami. 4-1 7 4 4 i hue- 104. Good start: won drlilng; Spring Hoard, b. e. hy Aeronaut Hettle Ho.uicrr; owned by Capt. II. II. Casaatl; trained In J a Hcalj. SIXTH RACE. For three-year-olds und upward: Belling; by subscription of 110, with 1400 added; one mile: llort-ennd Age. Wt. Jockey. l-rlces.. Kin. Ja.bone,4. . 110 Ullon. 2-4 out I D'ilngcrrJeld.4 107 Hanuter. . 4-1 1-2 2" Pharaoh, 110 (.rand. s-1 -4 2 Chopin, 4. 101 Wolfe. , 30-1 4-1 4 O.L HuMrr.4. li)7 AHIiouse.. SO-1 0-1 4 Whisper lielle.S... 101 llrady... . 40-1 7-1 9 , lime. 1:10 3-4. Oeod Btart: won easily: Jawbone, b. c hy Samson Jernle J: owr.ed hy John O. Talbotl; trained by W . s lloii!.e. Ty Cobb'a Hrother Gets New Jab. Lincoln, Neb. July 31. Paul Con'.i brother of Tyrus Cobb of the Detroit American, who recently got an uncon ditional release from the Lincoln Western League club, has signed with the Ojtden (1'tnh) team of tho Union Association. Cobb Is an outfielder. He will Join the Ogden team at once. Jf ear York State League. AT SCR ANTON. Atbany t I H 1 1 1 I 1 'J' ft' 3 Scranton 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 6 1 Hattertea Mcleod and McDotrough: Smith and Row. AT RLMIRA. ' n. n. n. Syracua 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 Hlmlra 3 ,0 00001 0 t 4 13 0 flatteries Payne and Onena; rwtft and roster. AT BINOIIAMTON. R. II. n. Utlca 1 0 0 0 1 1 14 I 1 Hlnghamten 0 It t It M 1 2 9 1 Hntterlea Frock nnd Murphy; McOlntey, Upham and McMurray. AT TROY. Wllkesbarra. .. I I I M I 00 0' 2 Troy 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 11 Batteries Ntchol.on and Iirannan; Kltton and Fltrgerald. PICKED UP AT POLO GROUNDS. R. cause of the frtctlom ever the condition of Zr-Mir, Chance and Callahan do not apeak a- tliey pah. hi jack Knight made two Hal Chaaa plays n.-.rdn). Hi- re.11 bed for a low throw from Caldwell to get Clcotte In the third Inning and felt nur on bis bck, at the .ime time keeping his foot on h- big. in the ninth Long Jack stopp-d a lint smat-h from Weaver and retired the aide. Chance opines that In Roger I'ecktnpaugh he has another Joe Tinker Run. ell Ford will pitch for the New Yorks to-ilny. with Sco'i In the ho-x for the Sox. II William.. llrt ba.etnan of the Galves ton club. Itlcht Fielder Cook of the Austin club and litcher Cooney of the Helena club , are due to arrlxe here to-da I'ham-e ni'iy ..... 11-llllnK.. an.l .'a1. ... a. W ., .. become uned to tile eurroundlngs, Cook lends the Trias Leajgue In batting with an average of .124 for flRhty-fHe gnmea. The report la In circulation among the ball plnwra that Chrlty Mathewaon may aueceed I)aM L. Pultz u prtaKient of the ILinf bill Players Fraternity at the annual elrrtion In the fall. The New York Americans have turned over First Has, man Qulnn to the Olalveston club ijuinn came here with the young catcher John Smith from Kingston, N Y a 111 111I1 ago. Itlrdle Cre has braced wonderfully stmc Die talk of trailing htm to the 1'itit lands ended t'h nice' mn have won ten out of their laet twenty-one games, fifteen of which were plaed In th- West. With Caldwell back In form ready to take a regular mm. the New York.' ptt.-hlnc depirtment . at Its liest Just now- 1-i.her, Kord, W'lrhop. tirbutz and McCennell ought to d" well hereafter Sonthern l.enorne. ChattaTiooga, 4; ltlrirlngham. I. Atlanta. 10, NashMlle, 2. Only games aiheilulid, Soalh Atlantle Lencne, Albany. 6; Savannah, 1. Charleeton. 4; Jnckaonllle, I, Columbua. 4; Mncon. 2. (nrnllnn Association. Durham. 4: Arhevllle, 3, Winston-Salem, 1;; (ireenshoro, 3 (Ireensborn. 3; Wlnamn Salem. 2 llalrlgh, 4, '"hnrloltc, 1. DODGERS OFFER REAL A RflllMPNT TOTS TIME Tlioy Make Pirates TTnstlp. but Finally .Succumb by Oih I linn Mnrpin. SI'Kf.Nd FLASHY FINISH Mnkc Throe Hits in Ninth nnd Scoro Once Kommrrs in Rnllics Twice. PiTTsnuno, July 31. The Pirates bt the Brooklyns ngatn to-dny but wera compelled to play hard. Tho score wa 3 to 2. There was little hitting on elthw sldo until nrar tho end of the game The Hrooklyn.H were the first to prora. In the fourth Inning Stengel and What worn hit with pitched balls. A sacrlflc. moved each up a base. Stengel crn.uij the plate on a sncrlfico fly by Smith to Kommera. Tho Pirates did not get a man across until the sixth Inning, when Kommera ami Wagner were snfe on Inflfld hits. Roth scored on a three bagger by Miller. Knmmers sioreil for Pittsburg In th 1 Ighth, getting to first nn balls. nae!ir,j S'coiid mi n single by J. Miller and romp ing pome on n single ny Wilson. The Hrpoklyn.H made a flashy finish. They made three hlls In the ninth, but toulj score only once. The score: HKOniCLYN 1 PITTSBURG ab r Ii p a e ah r h p a Moran.rf 3 0 0 1 e O'Byrne.Sb.. 4 0 1 1 1 a Ctlts'w.2h 4 0 0 4 2 OCarey.If... 4 0 0 1 0 I Sleniel.cf 3 1 0 2 0 O.Kom'rs.cf. 2 3 t J 1 1 Whert If .11110 n'Wnrner.s. 4 t 2 ' 1 1 Daub t lb 3 0 2 7 1 0'J MHIer.lb 4 0 2 1! j Smith Sb, 2 0 0 0 2 O'WII.on.rf 4 0 i it Fl.her.ss. 4 0 1 3 8 0Vlox,:b.. .301430 0 Mlll'r.O 4 0 1 6 2 0 C.lbon.e.. 3 0 1-1 Iliteucr.ti 20101 ft Hobt'aon.p 3 0 0 - s ,1 Klrkp'elc 1 0 1 0 0 0 -Curtl.,p. 0 0 ft 0 0 im Total! ..31 3 1 3 17 j Tot.ila. : 2 7 31 It ol Batted for Rucker In the eighth Inning Drooklyn 00010000 1 I lMtsburg 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 . j Two ha.e his Olbson Three ho hit - ' Mil. ler Saerlflce bits Moran. Daubrt Saep" fir Smith Sfolen b.i.e-Smllh Double plan Rntiln.nn nii.l J Miller: Vlot, Urine an-l 'j Sillier: Hobln.on and J Miller; Smith Cut. shaw and Dinlwrt First bae nn ba '. 01 Robinson. 1; off ltueker. 1: off Curtl" I Mr. k out - Hv Robln-on. 1: bv Kiivker. 3: bv C -'!. 1 Hit by pitcher Br Koblmcn i?;. Wheiti. nnba.es- ll'.tshurg, Hn o rn 7 Hits Off Rucker, ii In seven Inmrn. of" Curtis, 2 In on- Inning, Umpire" K m it Orth Time 1 hour and SO minute Trl-Ntate I.easne. Allentown. f: Tr-nton. 3. Vork. 7. Wilmington . Ilariiburg 1; Atlantic 71ty. 0. Western Leaaroe. Wichita, 7; Omaha. 4. Sloui City. : Toprko, t (twelve Inn' Lincoln. 13; De. Moines, t. St. Joe, S; Denver, , K. I. T. I.eaarae. Hopklnevllle. S; Vlniennea. Clarksvllle, ?j Hnrrlsburg, ! Henderson. 4: Cairo. 2. OweneLoro. 11. Paducah, 0. Texas I.eflsTne Fort Worth, 7: Reaumont, 1. Man Antonio. 7 Austin. 0. Dallas, 9 Calve. ton, 1. Houton-Warn, postponed, rain. 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