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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. Overcome fitates, 'New forks Do Same to Browns and Dodgers Ditto to Cubs SUGGESTS CEASING M'HALE IS PUZZLE AND BLANKS BROWNS He York's $6,000 Man Allows Thret Hit and Support Is Dependable. HOLDEN SHOWS UP WELL Xew Centre Fielder Nabs Five Fly Ralls and Raps Out Long: Triple. Rv winning their third straight in' from the Cleveland yesterday the Wash ington rut down the Naps' margin for wronri place to two tniee. and as th Athletics derated the White Sox Mack men Increased their lead to WM and a half games. The New Vorka again reduced the margin of the Browna for seventh place by shutting them out. while Boston. Kept. 11. --Tile Detroit Tlgera the Detroit alaughtered the Ked box. wno , tulttlra away at three. Boaton pitcher to emaln tied with the White Sox for fourthly. Bn(1 wh.n ,. f)na count was taken poamon. No Baseball Until Football Is Over WILLIAMSTOWN. Mass.. Sept. 11. -Carl Hodge. ttU twlrler of the Williams baseball team, who has arrived In town for opening foot ball practice, denies the report pub lished In a Boston paper to the eiffert that he had signed With the St . Ixniie Americans. He admits that he received an offer fromthe club men tioaed but did not accept, as he still has another year in college. In addition to being the first string pitcher on the nine. Hodge ia'ateo captain of the varsity basketball team and a candidate for quarter back dn the eleven. His home Is in St Louis. DEMAREE MASTERS GREW OF CORSAIRS Their Only Run Follows Hl Oversight In First' Inning Easy Going Thereafter. ADAMS (EASES TO Pl'ZZLE Giants Find His Curves Often Enough to Tally Four Runx. TIGERS MAUL THREE RED 80Z. Make Twenty lilt far Total of ilT rears and Win Katflly. Yesterday's Rraalta. Nee Vera. 4 . HI Lotil. Washington. 7; Cleveland. 3. fhllailelphla. 4; rhl.iso, 1. Detroit. IS: Boston. I, Detailed Clafc ttaaglaa- the fled Box were on the short end or a II to I score. The visitors made twenty hits for a total of twenty-seven bates, while Dauaa held Hnston to Ave scat tered singlet The score: DETROIT I BOSTON cA. L I aDrhpae; ao r n p a e There la no change In the relative standing of the i Hants and Philadelphia this morning. MoUraw's men. who again trimmed the rirutea yesterday, lead by Sj games, the Quakers beating the r'ardtnala with ease The Brooklyns won another ball from the Cuba aim re. , gained a clear title to fifth place, as the Boston Braves were trounced by the Reds. Yesterday's nesalts. Four HeatyTtoeights Chat Over Matches POUR of the leading heavy- weights met Manager Gibson in the Garden yesterday and vainly tried to arrange matches. Gunboat Smith was ready to sign articles to boi Frank Moral, but the latter refused to post a $1,000 forfeit, which caused a hitch. Sam tang ford and Joe .Jeamett" were ap parently ready to agree upon terms, but when'Gibson produced pen and ink Langford's manager. loo Wood man, could not be found. Oibsoti will make another attempt to-day to bring Smith and Moran together. a!o to sign up the Tar Baby and his ancient rival. Packey McFar land and Tommy Murphy will bog in the Garden earlv next month. REULBACH PAYS BACK CUBS FOR WALLOPING Squares Beating in Brooklyn by Winning fierce Battle of One Run Margin. EVERS CAN'T STAND IT Argues Ed's FflOl Is Off Slab and Then Trots Away as Cmpire Orders. REDS HAVE CLOSE CALL Philadelphia Cleveland Washington. Boat an Chicago Detroit Sew York Games Last e t I alias's li ii'io io II u ii - - 7 M l I4ll t ii to a n it ti IMttltl U tlO 13 10 in eioVr i t i io io' a e 4 io io it S71, (17 76 M M M It ett : if "it Lift et u "iii1 I te T "in Vi" li "lit L? "tSjt1 i B7 j 1 Hooner rf I 1 i Mundy.it' 2 (I speaker . f i 0Rehf.lt u VerKe'.'b I tiJsnvrln.lb I 0 n.'Oardner 1 d Wagnar.ss 3 litLewl.... 1 "Cady.c .... : llHenr'ks'n 1 0 Totals .44 15 :D 14 J Thorots c 1 0 Beoiem.p i Hall.p 2 ;Andr'n.p it B-.ith as 11-- LOUd'tLlB 4 111 Crated. rf i I Cobb.rt . I Veach.lt i McKee.c . 4 : (.ibeon.c. I Onslw.lb I yiu.rb... 4 : Dauttp. .. 1 I I I 1 I 3 I I 1 0 0 0 III 1 1 : s 3 0 3 I I II 0 1 o 1 l 211 SODS a n o l ? 1 0 0 ft 5 0 i : ft 0 0 0 ft , .7 16 To-da'a eiVedn1e. Totals .H Batted tor Janvrln in the ninth innlnt tBatted tor Wagner in the ninth lnnlnt tBatted for lady in tne seTemn mram Detroit M i'l f 1 I 1 t1! Boaton 1 o 0 ft I ft a Oft . Two ba? hits Dsiiss. Bush Veaoh Three base hlls--Cra lord. Sacriej tr-Vllt SacriHce Ime-Vundy :; I-ouden Stolen bases Speaker louden. Hooper .elt on bses Detroit. 11: Beaton. First base on halls-on Bedient. og Hall. S: off Dalles I. Struck out Kr Hall. by Dams. 3; bjr AraMTIOn. I Paesed ball- CM; Wild pitch- Anderson I m-plrea-Hlldebf and and O touhlin. Time -J hours and 3 minutes liet Lead, hat Rrave4 liana l.asl Three Innlnaa. Cini innati. 8cnt. II. Cinelnnatl nosed rnarAiin. Slept. 11. --Kd Iteulhach wreaked sweet revenge upon the riiha. hla former teammates, to-day for the re cent beating In Mrooklyii lie won by a score of d to I, It was a buttle for blood and long before the enntrat was ended Manager fivers was banished i from the lot for protesting against Heul-s,-nre Mne manner of twirling, holding that KdwafYd did not keep his PMBl extrem ities on the slab. New Tnrk. 4: Pittsburg. I. Brooklyn. . ''hbago. t. Philadelphia. ' . Ht Louis I, I'lnrlnnatl, 1.'. Boaton. It, Detailed tlah Staaalogs. New York ... Philadelphia. Chicane. Pittsburg. Brooklyn Boston. Cincinnati St Louis . . Games Lost l! 2 T O - 1111 ic iVi eiol ioIii "tjiejll 7. - -.1. 4 II M . . 4 4 - - 41 40 ,"0 f3 1 at J ll. 1 mm 11 11 l 13 ii iile i : ll 11 IS 7 tn'ti tj io "i'li ' ii 7 It S 73 if) I ti ; 1 It, 73 7S)3 i3 (71 f4 33 IN 4411 414 410 tit out Boaton to-day. tuklwg the seconn ... .... L . - - . . 1 " t Knme oi me srrica o o swi 1 - " 11. The Iteds tuok an early lead and j were nev. r headed, although Stalliiigs'a ! men made a great finish, getting nine of j their runs In tho'lost three innings The j score : BOSTON ' N. I. ... CINCINNATI ah r h n a e eb r h n a e M'ville ss t ' i o Wi.-kl'il.ct 2 " I 1 u i. Hatesrl. II 2 t I " 1 Oroh 2b I I I I I j ii M's's.ll.ef ". 2 3 1 0 ft 1 H'b'ul.lb I 1 0 10 0 Tinker. ss l 1 i 0 lolsr .Jh. I 1 3 o Rllng.e . 3 i 2 Parkard.p see; " " Q Ames.p. ft " 0 " .1 lies her. II 3 1110" INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Iflerils,' lleenlta. I'rnn1enee. 4; Baltimore'. 2. Toronto, 4; Buffalo. 1 Sta .VewarV . Horhester Baltimore. Buffalo W. la IT. , W. I. . a ;,4 .svjl Montreal . a n ..as m f. i Toronto... i ;s ; M .134 I Prnvldenoe. of, 7S , 7J 70 .Mi I Jersey city. 4t : Tihiln'i Dpsvedsile. PC. 403 4V. 340 Laed.ll Con lly.lf ! 8w'n-jr.2b j Myers. lb I Mchm'l lb ' Z1nn.i t ." 0 ft Mm I D 2 2 Gnfthrf t ft Rmh.3h & 2 I frn'ltng.e t i i Tr'ses'r.c n ft 0 Tflei '., I Hess, ii 4 Noyes n ttjiiinu 0 I ft 1 1 1 0 I I ft 2 ti 1 1 1 The score.: - BROOKLYN CHICAtJO iN Is, i abrhpse abrhpae Moran rf 4 10 2ft ft Leach. ef. , I l ft 2 0 o Cuts' 2b 4 ft 1 s I 0 Evers lb . 1 ft ft " ft ft Collins If ft'2 2 0 ft Plielan.2b 3 ft 1 2 I 0 Stentcl , t 4 114ft n Schlllte.lf 4 I 2 4 ft 0 I Daub't lb 4 1 2 7 0 0'Ziin'an.3b 3 ft ft 1 2 0 1 Smith. 3b J 1 1 ft 2 ftCor'd n.3b I I I I H fisher ss. 4 12 3 3 O Saier.ih . 4 ft ft 11 0 0 ! Fiseher.c 4 ft 1 3 2 ftOood.rf 4 1 1 0 0 0, Reulb'h.p 110 11 I Bndw I ss 4 0 0 3 3 0 - 'An her.c 3 114 4 11 Totals 11 10 11 t Pletee.p : H s I .'Williams 1 1 1 0 0 ft Lav der p. I I I I I I .lersev Cllf In Newark, porliester In Montrea'. BiitTsIn In Toronto PrevMetiee In Baltimore f.rays Field Beaaatlttaallt'. BAtATtMOMi flept. II Providence played a wonderful fielding game behind Ballet to-day and defeated the IochI In the open ing game of the farewell series. 4 to 2. Miraculous catches were made hy Mr. Intvre and I'owell which cut off extra base hlta. while the visiting Innerworka also performed In a aenaatlonal manner. The score : it H.i Provident e f t I I I f I f J I 1 Baltimore no;aoft 0 I 4 Batteries Bailey and Onloi : Centre!! anil Kgan. Bisons Drop fterlea Opener. Toronto. Sept. II. Buffalo dropped the opening game of the final lefleg hen-to-day hv n score of 4 to 1. The score. n. h. e. Buffalo laaoafiofl I Toronto o s i o o o ii I id i Batteries- Jamleson and stiphens. Lush ami liralisiii. FRES8 TITLE DECIDED TO-DAY. TO TAX MOTORISTS Nrw .Irrney Legislator Siis It Would Mean Favorable AdvertiHement. KEENE GETS Ills f'AR BA4 K It una lion t Stolen From Him h Found in Vonkers Oarage Other Motor Note. 1 0 1 I 0 1" J 0 ll I Totals 32 r. n 'Balfd for lleroe in the seventh innins Brooklyn Chnaeo I ft I ft ft n 0 ft 3 1 0 ft-- ft ii I Bee her. ii 3 i i a " haaes Brooklyn Chicago 2 ft 0 ft ft ft - :r Z " T . Struck out By Pierie. 3; by Lavender. I; by 4 110 2ft Totals pnaii i f , Reulbaih. 3 First lase on halls Off Pleri-e o o ft ft ft ' 4: off Hetllbaeh. Two Tiase bits Cutshaw. 1 I 1 ft ft 0 ; Collins Phelan. Good Archer Fischer Home NAPS DROP. FOURTH IN ROW. it bout! In New York Oihaffn in rhllftilelphlii DirMt tn Button Cleveland In Waihtngton A. If they hadV.k'en a torn. IM New ll Their Pitcher. Wild ..4 t,r Torks played fast ball at the Polo Grounds 1 Win la beored h senators. j-eaterday and applied a coat of white- I washinoton. Bept. II Washington wash to t lie St. IjuIs Browns. 4 to ft. maae four In a row over Cleveland Martin McHale. the former Jeraey City by wining to-dai s garni- by 7 to I, pitcher for whom President Farroll paid i mng from behind' In the seventh Inning Iti.ooo. occupied the box for the Chance- 1 wK(n Steen developed a audden wild men and hla work was- superfine. H I streak, forcing In a' run. after Henry allowed only three singles, two of which j hatj s'ngled. with three successive passes were scratches, and did not Issue a pass ! c.u)0,, ,va, surntltuted and passed the until the ninth Inning, when two men , nM, man sending ' over another run. walked. In all seven Browns reached anditig relieved t'ullop and he too waa first snd hut one of them got as far at wnn A walk, error and single gave the middle sack. Twenty -aeven batsmen Washington H (- more runs. The score: faced McHale. who used a apitball coupled ; CLEVELAND nr,SHlNOTON with a pustllng change of pace.. abrhpae abrhpae Xelder made the sole error behind Mc- l Ieihl.l ,-f 4 ft 1 1 ft ft Moeirr.rf I 1 " l i Jack Knight I Chap-n as i ft w KBOii.ri a i I Laio.c !h 4 1 1 J 'nam. ih 4 Hale, an excusable fumble was an Important factor in the New Torks' defence, accepting ten chances at second base without an error and par ticipating In two double plays. MaJsel made two hair raialng stops of hard hit c,"n..h , o i i I o Engel. balls and atole the Only base In the steen. p 20002 0 lialha game. Thirteen fly balls weer nabbed by Chance's outfielders. liolilen. the new centre fielder from the New London club, replaced Wolter In the middle garden. He resembles Jake Pau bert of the Brooklyns and he made a splendid impression. He caught five drives with apparent ease, although at least three of them were difficult. Holden truck out the first time he went to the plate, perhapa because he was over anxious. He was retired on ground hlta In tlie fourth and alxth sessions, but In the eighth he lined the hall to the fence In left centre for three baaes. the longest drive of the afternoon. Roy Mitchell, who curved em over for the Browns, was Invincible for alx frames, during which three Chancemen got on the bags. Maisel walked In the Brat In ning, but was caught stealing. Harry Williams, who played brilliantly, singled In the second, while Cree. who knocked out three hlta. doubled in the fourth. Balenti. Covington, Pratt and Austin helped Mitchell Immeasurably with their aharp fielding. The score : 8T I.01I8 iA Li ' NEW YORK iA L abrhpae abrhpae Shoit net IMil OMaisrl.lh 3 1 i 0 2 0 Austin. 3b 10 0 12 O.Molden.cf 4 1 1 :, 0 0 Pratt 2b .1 0 0 1 4 0 Cree If 4 1 i 0 i Walker.lf I 0 0 0 0 Ml W ms lb 5 0 1 I ' 0 u nil an 301 in ii Knls-ht 2b 2 0 I' 3 " 1 1 0 0 2ft II ft ft 4 ft 0 1 1 II 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 j ft ft 0 ft 1 I) 11 Milan rf 0 0ft Foster. lb 1 1 1 3 3 O'Oandil.lb 4 0ft D 11 1 ft M'rcan.-'b 4 0 1 Truer. 3b 4 0 0 0 i 0 Henry. .411 Oraney.lf 1 1 I 0 0 n -Shanks If 2 1 1 O Neil.c . : ft ft 3 ft 01jrBrtdr.es 2 1 I p.., u " f P.. I 0 Cullop.p 0 0 ft ft 0 0 wuiiama n s Bl'nda.p 1 ft ft 0 0 1 tScharler ft 1 , Hushes, p ft ft Totals 31 3 4 24 13 1 Totals .4 . 4 2, 0 2 Batted for i.allia 10 the seventh Inning Ran for Williams In the seventh innins Cleveland 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 ft 0-3 Waehms-ton I I H I I t I .. 1 First base on errors Waohnifton I; Cleve land. 1 Left on baaes -Washington. Cleve land. - First base on baila-Ort Oallia. off Steen. S: off Cullop. I! off Blandiiif. I H i. (in Oallia. 4 111 ; i minus, off ateen. 2 in 4 1114 Cov I n. Ih 3 0 1 10 2 OlOllh'l'y.rf 10 110 0 Balenti ss 1 0 0 2 4 0 teider.es. 2 0121 Alex n'r.c 1 0 1 3 2 0 Sweeney. e 10)110 Mm h II p 2 0 0 2 1 o'McHalr.p 100 Meinart oooo: J , 1 Totals. ,M 4 37 1 Totals .27 0 3 24 .' ft Batted (or Mli.-hell in the ninth inning. i Louis 0 ft 0 0 A 0 Nek- York ftOftOS02" -4 To base hllo-Cree Kmihi Three bate hit -Holden Sat-nftce hn-H Williams Sacrifice fly -Zeider Stolen base Maisel. First base on error -St. Louis First base on belli Off Mitchell 2: off Mi-Hale Struck out -By Mii.-hell 2: by McHale, 1 Doubt plays MM, Ktughi and H Williams: Kitlfbi and H William Uft on hasea- St Loul. t: New York. 4 t'mplre in chief Far -u son Field umpire-Sherldtn. Time 1 hour and 2 minutes. ATHLETICS VACATE TOBOGGAN. sgalt snaing Lang Kaeigk Baal White Baa hy 4 1. rHii.Anai.PHi a. nept ll The Athletic Btepped off the toboggan slide long enough to-day to heat the White Sox by a 4 to 1 score Bhawkey held the Hog to two hlta In seven Innlnga. retiring In that round to let Walsh run for him. Ben der, whu succeeded him. waa found for three hlta in the next two Innings, but the Box could not acore on the Indian, who fanned three men In a pinch. Tne acore : CHICAGO I A Li I PHI LA . A Ll an r n p a abrhpae I ; o.ajurphy. rl I i I i t oadrlns.lf. ft ft 3 I 1 fill innlnae: off Blandint 1 in I 1 3 Inmnas rt. , Slriu-k our By Gallia. 0: by Hughes. I: by Steen. i; by BUndins. 1 Sa,T;flie tut i hai a In which man MOien oasee -i.annii. ,.raory. vewi, ran, h Double tilave Chapman and John slon: Laioir. .Jolinstoii ami Chapman Hit hy pit. her- By (iallia lO'Nell .: by Steen Mo Brule i Wild ptteh Oallia I'mpires Esau and Kvans iTune 2 hours and 3ft minutes EARL, JR., EQUALS RECORD. Parea Mile la 3t02V for Bernad , , Tisap.la Two Week.. BTBAd'aa. Sept. 11. To-day marked the cloalhg of the tlrarwi Circuit race meet at the Btate Fair. Karl. Jr.. driven by Mllloy of Detroit. eualle4l the season's record In pacing by covering the mile In 2:0:. I,. This mark is held Jointly by Ulrectum l llraden Direct and Karl. Jr. Thla Is the second time in two weeks that this horse has made this time. Karl., Jr.. won the free for all pace, with a purse of IS.DOO offered. In two straight heats, llraden Direct waa not able to hold the pace on the homestretch. The sum maries : The Messina iama4eur. 2:17 tret, two in three: purse, t1.20ft: Todd Swill, br. ., by Todd Wynetta by Wilkes Boy lEdelmereri 3 1 I Willow Belle, ih m. by Ahamedia W eav r is Lord !b 3 0 ft J Coil's rf I 0 1 1 I Chase. ih 1 0 I l 0 Bodle.cl I 0 0 0 0 (-hap-ll.il I 1 1 I I t a.-halk.r 10 13 1 Berter 2b 117 Kasterly e-ott.p 7iious(-li 1 ft ft 0 ft ft 3 0 0 0 1 I 1 ft 1 ft ft ft Coll s rb 1 1 ker.ib . 3 0 i i s 11 turns. lb 4 0 0 00 dry.rt 3 12 2 4 0 Barry, os gehana.e Sbkwk'y.p 3 rersisn Be nderp 1111 4 i I I i III ooi4 .T.0,.,!U. V ' -1 1 if Totals . 2 llFtl Batted lor Bergrr in the ninth inning IBallrd lor Scott in tht ninth inning Ulan Or Bhawkey In the seventh innliaj. Chicago I I I I lll I'hiladrlphla 00001021 4 Three base hit Sehang. Sai-rigce hil Bodie. Murphy. Barry . Stolen base Chapistll First bate on error- Chliao. Ift on hates. Chicago, f: Philadelphia. I. struck out Hy Beotl. 2; by Shawkey 1: b. Bender rjonbli plays sriiant and Collins: ('happen and Sihalk Hilt Off Shawke, , seven iBE in lift: off Bender. 3 in two inniiits First hate 011 halls Og Scott. I: off Shaw key H 11 be pii.-hed hall By .olt iMurphy Daley.. Lm pin a-Connolly and bineeii Time I hour and Virginia I eaa'we. Norfolk. 4. I'nrtHniAutli I n amond, . Npun pleat, t Hi. s nke. 1:. I'tlsrsliura. I, Belle-Chella. b m iBreseei 1 2 3 Helen Chambers, h m. Alvani- 2 1 '2 H Lee Clark, b iE 1 Whttei 4 4 4 TM-t:lS. tH. !lH. 2.07 pace, three in Ave: purse. U.Mtl Marrol Hal. b m . by Argot Hal iMi- Donaldi 1111 Hal McKianey. b h.. by Hal B -Juliet B .Ruetelli 1 2 2 2 Nellie Teatple. b m. iMurphy 2 3 3 3 Eddie Dtllerd. ch. h .Snow. 4 4 4 4 TiS-::!.. saJM. imk. SrsMs. 2:13 trot, three in Are: purse. 11.200: Nats Prime -b m , by John Baeeomb Peggie 1 Wright 1 1 1 1 Alfonso, b .. by Conttanllne iMc Donaldi 1 S 1 4 Bertha Carey, b tn iGeerti fill Mason Msthewt. br b. 1 Ryersoni . . 4 1 I t E D M. b 1 iHollenheido 344:. Rhine Maiden, b. m iCovlllei 6 t dis. Io A., b. h 1 Ryan 1 i die Baron Aberdeen, br (Milam 7 dlt. Time-2.11V 2:101. 2:11. 2:10V,. Bpeolal race, two in three: Anvil, b. b . by SI. Valiant Vincent Amy Smith lOeerti To-day's Brlepdale. New Vork In rlllshurg Brookh n In i-blrago. Philadelphia In St LOuls Boston In (lm-innett. PlTTsBiaii. Sept. 11. An oieraight b A Demure.- In the fielding line, which came to pass In the first inning of to dav'e game, opened- a gap through which the only tun made by the Pirates wormed Its way to the plat,'; They were a scoreless crew after that, and the 1 Hants Iwat them by a rcyHonlhg of 4 to 1. Babe Adama wasn't the perplexing problem for the champions Mist he has he.li this sensor, though not hit i. -vastatlngly. Speed In running out thlr hits was a prominent unset In the work, of the (Hants, and two of their runs resulted from battels shaking a foot at a live!) rate and stretching slam down the third base line Into two buggers. Rums ami Snodgraas were the pair of laborers who whlsted past the drst turning point and by digging pell mell down the second lane reAi-hed the mlddb- cross toads, from which point they were in posi tion to score on subsequent 'happenings. Moreover, the Glanta made Judicious uae of flies and sacrifh-e mods whit. whacking Adams for snfetler. They schemed cleverly for their tuns and in addition to the faculty of making t.tnel hits made the most of s .-oupb- of error by the Pirates, who, by the way. wen pretty well laehed to the mast all through h the artful pitching of liemaree. The latter shifted back and forth from speed to a slow I.,, II with pronounced success and the Pittsburg mace bearers were out guessed. Then again their huae running generally leu nut. partly i.naus. poorly partly because of the dextrous the Meyers-Doyle partner. ship outmatiieuvred those lora-la on progress bent. With Carey on first by means of s walk In the Mist inning. Demarce wat caught ' Favorites woui aain.'ring ny tnal nimble gunnel-. Carey sneaked a hlg lead, waa half wax down when Demaree detected him. mid then the pitcher waa flustered Into throw ing to first instead of to second.' He could have nailed Carey at second, but his throw to first was superfluous. Mrrkle was so sin prised at the ball coming to him that he missed It and Carey flitted on to third. Merkle's error, which waa ex cusable, made no, difference, as Vlox and Wagner both leaned against singles. Vlox trl.-d to lengthen hla hit into a double and a good throw by 'Burns and Fletcher's diving reach for the arrival nicked the latter before be could negotiate the ob jective. Wagner, after a single, tried a delayed steal and waa turned bark stand ing up. The score: NEW YORK mil PITTtBl-RO ab r ho a el alt r h n m a Snodg't.cf 1111 0 Dolan.Ni.. 4 0 0 0 .1 0 uoyie.TB 3 12 4 1 ICarey.lf... 1 Fle her.ee 3 0 1 2 3 Viox.ib I Burnt If. 4 112 1 OWatner.su 3 Shafer :;h I I I I hMUor.lb . Murray rf 21)0 OlWilton rf .1 Meyers..- 4 1 t 4 OlMneh'l.cr 3 Mrrkle. Ih 4 0 1 7 0 I Simon r 2 Dmr ree.p 3 0 0 0ft n initl.-r I Totalt 11 11 It 24 1 Batt'd lor Trasesaor in the ninth mnint. (Baited for Noyrt in the ninth lnnlnt Boston a 1 1 .1 ft 11 I 2 1-11 Cincinnati n 1 1 3 3 .1 2 2 -1: Two base lute Bate! Maranville Kilns Three bat? hita-Munn Tinker Kline. Dodte. S. hmldt Q1111111 Home run liodte Double olty (iroh ami Hobbirell Firs, hose on balls Off Sutes I: off He... 3 Struck out-Ry Ames I: br Stisss. ti by I agfd, :: by Hen 2 Sairitl.-e hits whaling, HoMtlaeU, -: linker Sweeney Kalk smjs l assed ball Kilns Wild l.ltih Hes Hits Off I'a.'kard 7 in 3 iniunsi: oft Suite 11 ninints Heas 11 m 1 innnits 1 n.pires-O'Day ami and 3.', minutes runt-Sehulte. Williams. Stengel. Sacrifice hits I llotli. Mxtiliattan. 2 up Tearary al tan Cortland! Park. Progress was made all along the line which ids. In the press tournament under the au apices of the New York Newspaper doll would be Club at Vim Cortland! Park yesterday In the press championship division the serious objection that the State survivors are Carl H. Smith and r . 1 Oould. a pair of unattached players, win meet In the decisive round to-day (ine cup winner was determined yester . I day when O, II. Wykes defeated 1 l.-orge ' power j Billings In a niHtch carried to the twen , j tlelh green. The summary : Tress Championship. Heml-Hnal Round Carl II. Minlth unMtaehad, defeated K. K Klaugli. Forest Hill. 4 up anil I to plav y. m Oould, unattached, defeated a. i I Smith. Reulharh 1 moires- Ritler and Byron Time- 1 hour and 34 minutes RICKEY MANAGER OF BROWNS. on nfl Noyrv 1 in 1 IntUtlf . Einaltr Time J nOUfl I PHILLIES HOP ON HOPPER. 4 ardlnnl Rrrrnll Hammered In til Camera of Field. St. Louie, Bept. II The Phillies pi.utuled out an s t.. I victory over the Car.1ln.ils this afternoon In revenge for the beating administered yesterday. Hooper, a recruit pitcher, was hammered to all quarters of the field. Th- score: PHI LA N I . ST LOI IS iM. L I ab r B P a e tor n p ii Oumi n rf 4 1 I ; ft 1. M's'r.lb 4 ft ft ft 3 ft 1 ft M'WT'T.nh 3 ft ft I I ft I ft 0 'Roberts, ii 1 ft 0 0 ft I 1 ii Oakes , f 4 113 0ft! t ft Wlntled If S ft 1 3 0 I .. ft O I.r ry.2h 4 ft ft 2 1 1 i :, .' Cal l, in s 3 ft ft 4 ft 0 . o Wlngcka., 211111 3 ft Hopper. p 3 n I 1 111 Pssk't.cl 3 1 1 - Knabe 2b .', I 1 Lobert.lb 3322 SJ t'.e.lf 3.11 liun.'n lf I ft ft Cr'v Ih.rf 3 ft 1 1 l. iler s lb l (i 0 li lion a 11. ss 4 12 1 Kiilifer..- till I SealBn p 4 ft ft ft Totalt U t 10 II 1 0 1 Rade,; for Moarey Philadrliihta St Loui- 0 ft n ft ft " n 0 I I 1 Three base hlls Killiter Doolan. Whitted. f i Hopper Home runs-S Maree. l.obert Sac- rlfl'-e hit S Maaee Sa.Tiflre fliea Patkert. j 1 l.obert llouble playt-O-leary. L Macee and ! M.irey; Callahan anil L Maree stolen bases ; I Lobert. Doolan. Kiilifer. Hit hy piirher- Hy Hopper i rassen . rirsi nase on nans Off Hopper. 3: off Seaton 3 Struck out By seaton. i lft on bates St Louit. 4; Phila delphia. I'mpires-.aeon and Urennan. 1 Time-1 hour and 3ft minuiet STEARNS CAPTURES MEDAL. Ilrdaea tppnlnla former I a to her tn Pnai Ion Held h tnslln. st IsOtttg, s.-pt. II, President Robert Lee Hedges of tin- Hrowns alinouticed tp niaht that he had apimlute.l HrancVi III. key ninniiKer f the t.-ain. Mickey thtight for the Brown bach In 1!"3 and suice.-dina seasons and is held in high regard here us a heady player, Since Secretary Lloyd Rickart quit the eltlb two months ago to Join the Federal l,(.igui- Ri.-k.-y has attended to most of the duties of that position. Rickey will take charge of the Hrnwna in the Kast. the team finishing Its series in New York to-morrow. Blnce the dc liosiiig o, (Jeorge Stovall .llmmy Austin has been acting as manager, hut only In a temporary capacity, Rickey always has been averse to Sunday ball and never caught a game on the Sabbath, but it la said that his personal feelings- will not keep him from beitiK with his team on Sundays. rtv I'.naland l.eaane. Wnrieater. 2. Lowell. 1 .first game I,,, well. 2. Worrester, 1 I second same.. Lawrenre. t. Brockton. 7 Portland. 1. Lynn. 2. First Illusion. Semi final Round H H. Harrison. New Vork linlf, defeated p. F Oll martln, New York (iolf, 1 up; C, II. H. Atherton. unattached, defeated J. H. Buck l.ee. utiHtlMch.-.l, 1 up. Herond Division. Seml-flnal Hound M H. Brown. New York Oolf. defeated T. W. Martin. New York (iolf. r, up and 4 to play, r H, McCoun. Km llllla. defeated C, II. White unattaibed. 1 up. Third Division, Selrti-hnal Hound T K. M. Prsper. unattached, defeated .1. II. Williams. Newspaper. 4 up aiul 2 to play; Thomas Halten. unattached, defeated David Halt, unsttarlied. 2 up. Knurth Division. Final Round (1. H. Wykes, unattached, defeated George Blu ing., unattatbed. 1 up (twenty holes). Chance l.eta Twa Pltrhera Co Manager Chance baa released the left Totals so I 2; lft 1 ihe ninth intiint I I I I I 1 I I ( handed pitchers Shears and Martin to the n ft ii ft n ft I 22 i Jersey City club. RITCHIE TO COME HERE. Bay He Will Meet Any One, Ifns That II la Own Boas. Portland. Ore.. Sept. 11 New Tork soon is to see the lightweight champion Willie Ritchie. He is going to dotham to meet all comers. Ritchie Is out for the money, now that he is his own managei and holds the championship. The Cham pion made a hurried stop In Portland to day en route back to hla Man Francisco home from the North, and while here gave forth volumes In hitter denunciation of his treatment at Vancouver. He sas he got a raw deal both from the pro moters and from Welsh. "Just say that I am through with Welsh and that 1 am going bark to San Francisco to accept the hrst good fight offer I receive," declared Ritchie. "If 1 don't find anything waiting for fne there 1 will leave for New York to meet them all." A suggestion Is made hy a New Jersey legislator that the collection of RlltO. mobile registration fees In that sute h ahandonad. Ills Idea Is that the favor able ailNertiaing ariaing from suit a. tion will benefit Ihe State more than 1 tie IfiiiO.OOti or so collected In the form of fees. It is highly doubtful If Ibis s'e, ever will be taken Voluntarily hv nm State. Stilt wna ntarted a long lime ago In' Net Jersey by an gtltomohlllit 10 test the validity of charglnu lor a license fee, but It was held that the Stat.- had the right. The f.-es rolled ij from motorists go lo the Hlyhwa Com mission of the State, although there I no like tax upon horse diann vehicles, use the roads of the. Hint Then Is small question that llura deal of favorable comment, but at the same time there would h lepar1 ment for registering automobiles th,-,, would be run exclusively at tit.- axpt of the State and not by .collecting fee., which after all are a tax on horse. an.l not a true registration fee It Is an altogether novel thing 1" he. of legislation proposed to lighten th burden on the motorist- rather than to pile It on. So much of a novelty la this Idea that this may well bo called "freaK legislation." Some folks apparently acquainted wt, the habits of Foxhali P. Keene railed up on Tuesday a garuRe In this city where he keepa several cuis. among tin ;n a Mercer roadater. and ordered that the car be taken down to a club and left there for the owner. Mr. Keene has don this before, so that no etlgplclon w., aroused. After the car had been .J r : n down and left, the man or men who wort In the plan simply rode off with It. Tli car was found yesterday In a gaiaa in Yonkers. t Only a short time ago some one s: from this car the spare wire n h" 1 , rled on It The wheel g made In I: land, bo that ll is hard to get anoth- In any gr at hurry .And al thai Mr. Keene didn't have the wheel covered ny Insurance. Albert J, pitman has Just become M elated w-ith the Looornoblte bran. 'i assistant manager. Mr. Dltman'l appol ment was announced yegterday bj J. F. PlUmmer, manager of the local 1-ta-liitman was until recently with th- M cer forces and previous lo that h Oarford and Btudebaker cars. sol- Another Pitcher for ( onnle Mack. Connie Mark ha signed Pitcher Geort Waring of BaratOsTa for it"- Athletl Waring is said to be one of the best ten pro boxmen In the northern part of 'he Btate. Betters I. engine. re. Moine-.. 7: Lincoln, 2. Other sanies postpnnen on ai i -r,i t of ran lie. blk t Time-.':' 04(4. 2 .Ht. free far all nace. two in three: oy me Earl- Jenny inn- nurte. 1200 Earl. Jr loy. Braden Direct, blk h., by Baron Dlie.-t Bradgn Lass (Bagem Hal. B . Jr., br h. (MoKweni Longnerth B. b. h 'Murphy- Tlme-2:ft2 2:021, The Chamber el Commerce 2:0 tret, In Ave: Our. 12.00: Robert Mllrol b f , by Milrei-Natslina .Snow i Oakdale. . it. I . by Normangrr Alice Onward i McDonald. 2 CatM-ade. eh. -h. iRodneyi Cheney, b. la. iPlemingi. Bythmell. blk. m iBban Time -J:0. 1 1 1 3 4 4 three 1 1 s I 1 4 2 1 4 dit AT BINOHAMTON HRST GAMS It. RE. 00002 0- 441 11 0 : . - 11 ft Kilter: Hen-he and Blmira 2 Blnghamion 1 I Batterlea -Swift and Ruler: Crottin SBC6ND oame K. HSrrl.hu. t'aducah only games T. l.eaane. I llnrkinsdiis. : .'iai ktvllls. 4. s. he.liiled. ABEMALL llfltA t . 3 30 P. M . N. Y. Amerl. ttnus.f-t Louit. Polo Ground! Adm. tW-AO. R.H E. 4 0 0 0 1 0- 1 4 1 ft 0 ft ft 0 - 2 3 0 rotter : Herons and Klmlra ( Blnghaniton : Balterles-Doyle ami l rot tin AT SYRACUSE n n st ''lies I 0 2 4 0-7 7 Syracuse I lil.l I I l't 17 Hetterira-counibt and I-earr , Rawley and tstiatt AT TROY Albany 1 I I lli 1 Troy , i 2 ft ii ft 2 2 I ft k ii ., Bs"eries-Psppala and MeDonough: Uatklll AT SL'H ANTON R H E Wiiketharre 1lllto r,4 acr anion ft 0 ft ft il o ft 5 2- I 7 3 Hanriet-Marin and Bran nan; Deckar and Totals to '' (r'lllltl. Kelly 113 0 0 0 14 3 1 0 1 1 I ft ft n ( ft ft 0. ft I 0 "i 0 I 3 0ft 0 0 4 1 1 0 .1 ft ft ft 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 !yatt... l o o s o o lendrls p o o 0 0 i Totals li 1 I 27 11 2 Batled for Simon in the eighth Inning. tBatted for Adama In th eighth innins New York n' 0 ft l ft ft i ; 04 Pittsburg i o oooooo 01 First bsse on error Pittsburgh Left on bases -New York. 4: Pittsburg. 2. Flrtt bsse on balls -Off Demaree. 2; off Adam. 2. Struck out - By Demaree, 4: by Adaate. 2. Two hate hits Snodtrass Burns. Sacrlgee hit Mnrrsv Sacrifloe file Fletcher. Murray. Stolen hates Doyle. Carey. Double playt--Dolan Vios and Miller: Kelly and Miller. Hilt Off Adams, t la sight lnntnti: off Hendrix.'l in one inning, t'mpire in chief -Klem Field umpire On li Time 1 hour snd 40 minutes. American Association. " AT MINNEAPOLIS-FIRST (JAMK R H E. Toledo ooooooooo-oi i Minneapolis ft ft 3 ft I 0 0 0 I 10 2 Batleiiet-Dsschner and Devon Lake and Smith SECOND GAME R.H.E. Toledo 1 0 o o o 0 l o - : r, s Minneapolis 3 ft ft ft .-. o j 0 ft lft ll j Batterlea-Ueorge. Benn end Bt tiler: Feme snd Owent. AT ST PAUL. IKil. Iitdianapolit . . . . ooooooo 20 2 7 I 81 PauL 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 ..- 1 I I Balterlea -Works Casey. Wettel and Uvlm si on : Reifher and James Coluoibui at Kansss Oily; postponed: wet rounds. , . . Louisville si Milwaukee: postponed; rain. Sarvlvo In First Match Piny for Intereollealate Tllee. Phii.apei.phia. Sept. 11. As a result of the qualifying and first rounds of match pla for the Individual Intercollegiate golf title at the Huntingdon Valley Coun try flub to-day nearly all the favorites survived, and there should be a keen fight In the remaining rounds for the cham pionship. The gold medal for the low score In the qualifying round went to J. -N Stearns 3d. last year's runnerup. I who turned In a card of 10, taking forty ' strokes on the out journey and the same , number to return. R. D, Pierce. Yale. I had an II, but no less than five players! took S- Stx players took ss, and in Ihe playoff for the two remaining places In the six teen only P. B. Douglas and J. Marshall survived. The players who did not qualify for the championship will play i for a trophy donated hy W. !. Yule, father Of (Sordon Yule, the Yale player I The summary : Qualifying Round - .1. N Stearns Id. I'rlii, , ton. 0 It P. Pierce Vale. 1 f. B Welister. Jr.. Pennsylvania. If: -. M Dennis Cornell. 2; P. II. Hyde. Williams. 82; 1.' M. Washhurn. Princeton. R2: (Jorl.n Yule. Yale. It (1 Peacock. Princeton. 1(3; (j T Blossom. Yale S3. V. p. Allls 3d Har vara, 3; i: B. Priudia. Cornell, , n. Wheeler. Yale. .' K. Pay. Princtt.m. . J. T. Bishop, Yale. S7 . I. B Douglas Prin.tton. st. J. Marshall Jr. Wllllaina. lit i Ellgll.lt for W. L. Yult Trophy A. T. 1 Peatlee. Pennsylvania, ; It. O Antlee. I Williams. l t, W. (illlelte. Jr. Will la ins : F. Sargent. Harvard. ; K. W. ; (ileaton. Wllllumt. Oft. J. Burton. Har vard 02: J. M. Hemphill. Penntylvanla. 4. W. Roberts. Prln. eton. Ml C, M. Hatter. Ysle. 100: C V. B. Tounsend. Pennsvl vanla, I01; K. W Sllvtrthorne. Pennsvl 1 vault. 103; E. L. Websler. Pennsylvania. ist. Pint Hound J. V sterns Id. Princeton, defeated 1-1. H. I'rindle. .-..rnell. I up .nine teen tl.'les.. J, T. Hlshop. Yale, defeated U ll, wgahburn, Prlnoetoni I up ami i 10 play. N. Wheeler. Yule, defeated r. M Dennis Cornell. I up: It D Pierce. Yale, defeated B. P. A I lis 3d. Harvard. 3 up and i to pla . .1 Marshall Jr . Williams, de feated (1. Peacock. Prlncelon. 2 up and I , io pluy; D. R. Douslas Princeton, defeated I p. ii. Hyde, wiuiums. 2 up ami 1 to play; . H Wtliwter. .It., t'ennsyh-iinla. defeated K Ka . Prlui-etnn. 3 up and 2 to pla . I'an't liel Konetchy Bept. 11. fne more "trade" Plrnlea St. Ixit-is, for Kd Konetchy was spiked by President Schuyler Hrltlon and Manager llugglns when they denied In emphatic terms thai the big first base man would go to the Pittsburg Pirates for Jack Miller and Alex McCarthy. For several years the Plratis hove tiled to coax Koney away from the Cardinals, but their bait never hat been sufficient. You Won't Find ThU Flavor in Ordinary Brews! Alt Ceorf Judott Agrte That ntssssT AW -si 1. OjMm. jk -TV kM Bolllrd noly by IBs Brenera, Msktlli 4 Wsari, New York, (h-trr froa say gaaitr. a Wkl9$flU tteW NutrMout! Have a Cam Seat Ham! 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