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THE SUR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911'
One English Champion Stands lest Bill Bailey Outrides Donald MacDougall atJNewark BILL BAILEY SHOWS ENGLAND HAS A KICK ForHprn Cyclist .fratfl Donald MacDongAll in Two Straight Heats. TWO OPPOSITE VIEWS OF WORLD'S SERIES NATIONAL LEAGUE. The Hods and Cuba did even battle yes terday, dividing a double header. The Rt. louls-lMttsburg clash waa aet aaide by rain. Vesteralar'e Reaailla. Cincinnati. I; Chleagn. 0 inrat gsme. 'hlesgo. fi; I'lnclnnstl. I nsven Innings. second gam) Plttsburg-flt. Louis- nsln. Detailed 4 lab Staadlngs. PIPING ROCK SHOW HAS 440 ENTRIES AMERICAN LEAGUE. NO RESULT ATTAINED IN LESLEY CDP PLAY Tha New Torks will have to huatle this week to get out of last place, for tha Browns gained on them yesterday by de featlng Detroit. The White Sox began the farewell week by bunking tha Cleve landa, who became more firmly lodged In third piece. Teeter day 'a Bee. He. St. Louis, I. Detroit. 1. rhloago. 1 1 Cleveland, t. Detailed Clah StaaMlagflJ. (.oorjrp Stalling Picks Giants, and Napoleon Lajole Says Athletics Will Win. Question of Onlmft's Suprrmnry Still In Doubt, Owing to Defeat Saturday. Keen Competition Promised in s the Classes for Hunters and Saddlers. 8HOWS SPEED AND SKILL Briton Winn From in Front in First Heat and From Rear in Second. NtWAim. "it. Th- tlwrs It at least on branch of imp eur athletics In which th bnt English ian at tha team excels the hast Am '. Hi SSS lfmon strated thi afternoon i th- Nf rl. VV 4trome bicycle mwl when Bill Halley, the English champion aa well ths world' title holder, defeated Donald MacDotMraU the American champion for the lasl two years and laet aaaa.n the winner of dhe world'a title. The Mt waa decided In two heata f tliree-querters of a mile each. Ralley ontrolc MacDuall from every angle, taking the firm heat from In front and the sn-ond heat from behind. The Englishman alao outgeneralled the Ameri can, espee ally In the first heal, when lie held Macr.ougall hlsjh on the bank, by rid In him (Joee. Bailey had taken the lead from th platol In thia heat, never tried any Jockeying and never let MacDougall gt lo the front. On the high bank of the lat turn, coming tr. the laat lap. when both men were high. MaeDoVtmll had an opportunity to cut down Insld,- from be lilnd the Kngllshmsn and take th lead, but didn't and hla partisans thought he had loat the heat thereby. He tried to r'de around Bailey hi the atari Of the laat lap. (rot even wHh the Kiir'.lahtnan. but was never able to push aheid Bailey a hook MaclNHiauM off at the laat eighth pole and won by a length nnd a half. MacpnusTSlI tried new tactics In the Second heat, hut they avallrd him naught. Me trailed the Knslishnian until a lap and a half from home, when be caught Ballev napping, and by a quick aprlnt took the leail. Bailey, imfliiatered hv the change In condition, trailed the Ami i lea n to the head of the harkstr"tch and then made nil effort. He picked up on Maclougall with every kick until he we even with the American through the stretch and then set about rldlna around M acDoUgall on the laat turn When the head of the bonie et retch was reached Balky had IiIk wheel In front and he increaaed hie advantage to two open lengths at the tape. The largest crowd of the aeaaon. nn as gemblage of lii.nnfi peraona, saw the match. Frank Kramer, the American ptofeaalonal champion and laat year world title holder, atarteil MacDoe.gall. while Iver T.awaon. who won the world professional title in 194. performed a like duty f.ir Bailey. The atarter of the race was Marcu Hurley, who won the American amateur champlonahip and world'n ama teur title In 104, but who has been out of the game for aeveral year. Bailey la looked upon aa the beat amateur Kurnpr ever produced. He won the world'a cham plonahip In lln. 1911 and 113. He didn't compete laat year when the world'a cham plonahip was held in this country. Yes terday waa the first occasion he and Mac tougall ever met. .Tim Corbett. who has been spending a week In Newark, fired the platol to atart the Hustle make, at ten miles, the chief event on the professional card. The event was Won ky Alfred Orenda In a hairline finish wltl Jackie Clarke t.renda led Clarke all Ma) way through the laat lap. Oua WohlrgU of Jeraey City cuptured the fcve mile open amateur race, with Harry Kaiser of New York second. MacDougall got only fifth In that event. The sum maries : Two Mile Xovlrs Won bv l.on Dempaev; EUaril Ball, second Time. 4 minute 14 4-6 seconds. Quarter Mllo Handicap. f'rofesslonal Won hv Murcel lJupula. II vanla, Krd T Keef. SO yards, second ! Kred Weal. 4I yarda. third; George t'ameron. 30 yards, fourth. Jay Ealon. 35 yards, fifth. Time. 16 4-3 second. Half Mile Amillur. Handicap Won by Fred Taylor. 33 yards: Harry Kaiser, acratch. second . liua Wohlrsb 10 yard, third; Frank Harenburg. 4j yards, fourth. Time. 64 seconds Match Race. Amateur. Two-thirds Mile Heats Bill Bailey. Kngland. vs. Donald MacDoutall. Amerk-a--Won by Bailey In two straight hesta. Time of lat eighth anile. IV seconds, 'l 1-5 seconds. Professions! unknown Distance Ttacs Won by Frank Oorry; Norman Anderson, aecond: Al Trlsbel. third; Ernest Jukus. fourth. 4'larence Carmin, firth. Distance. 14 mile. Time. I minute J.' l. econds. Five Mile Amateur Handicap Won by Guatsv Wohlrsb. 10 yard; Harry Kaiser, scratch, second. Walter sublet. 10 yard, third ; Fred Weber. 50 yards, fourth ; Donald MacDougall. scratch, fifth. Time. 10 min ute It seconds. Ten Mils Huatle Stakes Profeaalonal--Won by Alf Orenda. Intermediate mile prizes won by Hehlr. MeXamara. Walker, Carry. Thomas. Ryan and Kogler. Time. II minutes 5 seconds CYPRESS HILLS TEAM BEST. Detents I nlon 4 oaree Athletics for sectional Honor. The baseball supremacy between the C press HJlla Baseball Club and the Union Course Athletica waa settled yea terday afternoon at Dexter Park when 4vpress Ililla won by a score of to . The teams, representing adjoining aectlona In Queens county, had gone through the aeaann with hut two defeata apiece, but had never met each other on the diamond. By agreement the teams put their own lineups In the field and brought in no outside playere. Batch, formerly of the Brooklyn Natlonala. umpired the game, which, considering the partisanship of the big crowd present, was played with sur prising harmony. Both teams were anmewhat nervous throughout and the errors figured largely In the run getting. Marquardt. who la no relation to his well known namesake of the Olants. held hla opponents well in hand until the ninth Inning, when two 1 hits and two wild throws to third haae 1 netted two runs to the Athletics. The core : - I R HE . Union Court onnn(i(l0;:4t' t'Tpresa Bills ... I I 1 I t f 1 ..-4 I 4) Hellene cheaen and Neiaier: Marquardt and t BlaSS. I'mnire Batch 1 jiii- j nuur bnu c 1 minutea CONNIE MACK UPHOLDS PLAYERS aa He Will Mai Aak Men la Oh. I aerve l ommlaslaa Rale. PRtLADlbPHiA, Sept 31. Connie Mark Is agalnat the ruling of the National Commission Ihrollarh which nart tcln.i n ts tn the coming world's aeries are forbid- I den to write for newspapers. On general principles. Connie says, he does nut be- i lleve players should write. "Rut In thla caae." he continued, "I . think the National Commission la wrong. If they were going to make auch a rule It should have been made after laat year's ' aerlea when the rumpus waa raised. In stead of doing thla the commission waited until a few daya ago, after many of tha players had signed contracts to write tha a tori as Collins and Baker of my team have signed and I do not propose to re quest them to break thalr written con tracts." Al Arctic Park. mplr Cltya. I. Psnn Ulsn. I. Fsrmsrs. j; Empire Cltya. s. Saga'iS IAIX TO-DAY. 2 game; first game "". Americana Vi. Bostaa, Orauadi. Admlasloa sw.-Aar. Bennie Allen I iHyHHK WEsttti t' - assl Wf?& BaV sasaaaal m W gliH mm ' m BBaa2T If k.ssi m m aMaBSSBBSSSHSSSlSiBSMSSSSBHasJ I 'ocket hllllajrdlat from the West, mho baa challenaed De Ore for the champlonahip. The match villi he played for there nlghta thla nrek. beajlanlnti Wednesday, at l)n le's academy. I WILD PEG DEFEATS CLEVELAND. I.ajnlr I ndors III of Palkenberg's Fine Boa Work. CHICAOO, Sept II. Tha White Sox finished thrlr 1IM3 seaann at home with a win. Oeveland was tin- wctini and the acore Wag I lo D, It was n pitchers' battle between t :cotte and Kalkenberg, each pitcher allowing but three hits. A wild peg by I. .tune and a couple of Infield nut permitted the Sox to score the only run of the game. The score : CLEVELAND CHICAGO I A. Ul ab r h p a e ab r h p a e Leibold cf 4 4 n 2 1 0'Weaver.a i I I r ' I Chap n.as 1 4 4 2 2 4 I.ord..1b ...144130 .tseks n.rf : 0 4 o 4 ciColline.rf . I .1 0 Lsjoie .n 3 4ii: 'iKuuru'r.lb .. 0 : 11 id J'hi a n lb o 4 13 l 4! Boole. cf.. s t s s e Bates ;h .30141 I Chap'l If 1 0 4 2 4 0 Uianev lf 10 0 10 Scnalk 3 4 4 I 1 4 Csnseh.c : o I s 1 OiBerger.Ib. j a 4 I Kyan I 4 4 0 l "Cicottr.p. .40004 Kruger.c 00040 0 Fslk'b'r.p 2 0 4 4 2 0 Totals 27 1 3 2 7 1 5 I fuinon . . l u ii o -t irc f 0 4 0 0 0 0 Totals 2 4 3 M 11 - Haltril for t'ari h in the eighth inning Batted for Kalkenbers in the eighth inning Cleveland 0 0 0 0 o o 0 4 4-4) Chicago 0 4 4 o o i o 4 . -1 Left nn bases -Clcvelsntl. 3; Chicago. First base on ballsOff Clootla, t Struck out By CtOOtta, 4; by Falkenlierg. 3: by Grrss'. 1 Two bsse hit Fournler. Sacrifice hit- Bod if Stolen base Schalk Time l hour and 9) minutes. Umpires Hildebrand ami Sheridan. SENATORS TRIP UP INDIANS. Sham Slrlkea out lour teen Men for 4 lark 4.rimth'a Team. Nswakk. S.pt II, Clark Oriftlth brought tils Washington Amertoana here to-da- and they defeated the Ncwarka. Champions of the International League, in an Interesting game 2 to 1. Jim Shaw, the pitcher the Washlngtona got from the Pittsburg collegians and farmed out to the York Tri-Statc League team thla year, was In the box for the Senators and struck out fourteen men. Johnny Ktizmunn opposed the Wash Ingtons and pitched shutout ball after the first inning. Moeller opened the game with a single and stole second Milan followed with a sharp drive to right and on rialton's return lo the plate the ball struck SORISlhtflg on the ground ami bounded about six feet over Catcher Smith's head. Mueller stored and Milan raced to third Foster died from Kddle Zimmerman's throw, hut Oandil and Milan worked Hie squeeae piny. Milan was crossing the plate when Engmami waa picking up the ball und the latter had all he could do to catch Oaridll at first. .Morgan filed to Ualtnn. After that BnsilWintl held the Senators to three scattered hits Tin Newarks made their run In the sixth. Morgan fumbled Pulton's grounder and the runner was sent around the rest of the circuit on singles by Oagnier and Itl'ars, The score: NEWARK I WASHINGTON abrhnae sKrhna Daltnn rf I I 4 l o iiMoeller lf 4 i I a a a tiagui r. : n i a i " niian. cf 4 1 S Myers cf 4 S 1 4 4 Foster lb 3 4 4 S aema.lb 4 1 4 t O'Oan l.lh.rf 1 A i 0 n 0 a Toiler If 4 0 4 1 4 0IMnrgsn.2b 3 4 0 2 3 1 V.. 7.i it-, ib I 0 112 OiHenry.e... : A A 4 A o lieti 2b 4 0 4 1 3 oiSha'r.rf.lh .'I I I I II Smith. c. : 4 o I Oi.M Rri.lr aa 1 I I l Eii7.m ii p o 4 1 i cshaw.p. .. 3 4 4 4 o Totals. 32 l I ITU ii Total 2 ; f) 7 "J Newark 4 0 4 4 4 1 4 4 4-1 Washington 111)1111 S tacrlloa hit-Oandll Sloleh baaea Mi era. E Zimmerman. Moeller Kirat base on balls-Off Shaw. I, Struck out -By Eiumann. 8; by Shaa. ii Double play- Get, r.agiuer and Swacina First baae on error-Newark. Left on bases- Newark. 4 L'mpirea -McTague and Dougherty. Time-1 hour and 30 minutes. Rapid Flag apablanca'a Farte. Yesterday afternoon at the Manhattan fThess Club a grand rapid tranalt tourney waa played with a ten seconds time limit. Capabluncu, Maisliall. Dura, Kupchlk, KttliiiKer and Dr. Adair participated. Hucli ilued one game with every other contestant, the result being that Capu blanca won the tourney with Ave straight wins to his credit. Marshall was aecond with four wins, nhlle lluraa and Kupchlk were tied for third prise. In the playoff Kupchlck won. Hall Hamilton t.ranae Winner. Walter M. Hall won first honors In the Hamilton Orange lawn tennla tournament yesterday by defeating Paul ti Mrad rather easily In the final 6 3. C 2. 41 11. Hnll advanced OVOP l.imrn O'Nsll ti 1 on HnttirdaaV while Mend put J. M. Htelnacher out I I, I. The women's singles went to Mlsa Alice Fish, who de feated Mlsa Oertrude Delia Torre 4, a Baiuraay. GIVE LOGICAL REASONS' Mack's Scouts Believe That Weak Hitting by McGraw's Men Will Prove Fatal. Opinions of various expert aa to the probable outcome of the world'a series 1 next week In many caaea are guided by partisan tenting .national ieaeTua y lit - I pathliera and players naturally predict . that the (Hants will carry off tha lion's share of the honors, whlks American ' 1-eaguera are prone to believe thst .the : Athletica will win. Cold blooded gamblers 1 who will bet on anything Involving . chance are holding off until such time aa ' tliky may receive the vary latest Inside -"Info." It la ao hard to dlacover a well posted haae ball man who Isn't prejudiced that the flood of opinions and forecasts I is generaly regarded aa worthMaa. A person who guardedly declares that tha series la a toasup receives credit for playing the game from the top of tha fence. (leorge mailings, manager or tha Boston Natlonala. Is a keen Judge of haaaba.ll. He la ronveraant with the methods of Connie Mack and the Athletics aa well as with thoae of .lohn MoOraVw and the Olants Ha has no axe to grind and la believed to he strictly Impartial. In hi a opinion the Olants will beat the Athletica for aeveral reaanna Mnirsw'i men are faater on the basea end oulclaaa all the other National league team at the hit and run game. Htallinga believes that the Olants have the stronger pitching staff w ith Mathewaon. Marquard and Tes renu. seasoned veterans, and Demaree, a phenomenal newcomer. Theae hoxmen will minimise the batting of the Athletics so that It will not excel that of the Olants. Htalllngs alao thinks that the New York players will profit bv the ht. perlene of laat year and will not be ' overconfident. Napoleon Ijijole of the Clevelanda. on the other hand, figures that the Atliletic ' will outclass the Olants lajole Is not ! a talkative person, neither does h lack 1 common sense. He has pteygd big league "-11 ivt nearly eisrneeti years ant is a 1 conaervatlve Judge of baseball qualltv. Lajole when here last week alsed up the rlial pennant wlnnera lo thla fPhy: 'The Athletics have six .800 hitters and the Olanta one. fn 11I Mark's men hatted Matty and Marquard successful . The Athletics are stronger now than two years ago, and I cannot figure where Matty und the Rube nave Improved. I batted agalnat Render and flank re cently and I found them Just aa effective aa ever. I think Mack haa something up his sleeve In the pitching line. The Olanta may win. mind you, hut they've got to Improve in batting ai least 64 per cent, to the trick. ' One of Mack's scouts who saw tha - Olanta shut out by Nap Rurker and the "The Olanta aeem unable to hit good ' pitching. They could do nothing much I witn Keuibacn laat Wednesday and young Brown blanked them for six Innings with out a hit yesterday. Both uaed great speed and a quick curve ball. Rucker mixed 'em up In great atyle to-day. He slow balled the Olants to death. That waa all. "Pay no attention to stuff you hear about how Bender and Plank have gone back. They are ready to pitch aa well as ever. But don't forget that we have other good pitchers Shaw key, Brown. Hush and Houck. Look at the pitching records and you'll aee that Houck rates not far behind Walter Johnson In winning percentage, yet he Is our poorest pitcher. We are stronger than ever before In batting, fielding and baae running. It wouldn t surprise us lo win four out of the nrst nve games." UfO'li-ku- hua nn. hnl r. m a ,...-.. aendlng acouta to Inapect the Athletica It waa reported yrsteraay that Mathewaon would run down to Philadelphia the laltt oi hub sm 10 lM a peea 111 niu .viaca- I men. There was another rumor that Maruuard aaw the Red Sox beat the ! Athletica In Boston on Saturday When Hnodgraaa wrenched a tendon In his leg on Friday It was recalled that Frank Chance waa similarly Injured at Ebbcts Field In April. Both men came to grief while In the act of reaching first baaa tsfter making hits. The soft earth waa blamed for Chance'a mishap, which kept him on the ahelf for three weeks. Snodgrass may net be Incapaci titled thst Inns: hut It Is behaved to be. a sure thing that he will not be able fourth time, and Milwaukee to ftnlah In t'nlted states champion Frank J. Mar to run fast for at least the rest of this . the second division. Milwaukee soon ,1" ,heat ,h hamlan champion. Old week. He can practise batting, however, j climbed into the lead and kept It until a - " 1u,'s. after thirty-six hours in the - I week ago. when It was dislodged bv K ma,,"h ame of a series of five at the ' . I Minneapolis. Last Sunday Milwaukee Mannattun Chess Club yesterday. The tarry Doyle's real condition, following : broke evtn with Columbus, while ran. former had tha move and selected a a crash In his automobile. Is kept a , tlllon s club was losing two to Indlanap- Tit'1"1 "mD" declined for the opening, secret. At b ast no Information can be I Oils, the tallenders. and the Brewers W"H 0'"ned by the second player obtained at his hotel except the bare an- 1 climbed back on top. Since that time thev !?mfw h"1, lr r,,Fularl and It seemed aa nouncement that the OlanU' captain will I have lost but one game. ' j " Marshall got somewhat of a pull right not be kept out of the big aerlea Doyle's rporn ,h ,taM Inability to work with the team regularly thla week may prove a serious handicap. He cannot awing a bat ln practice for the present at leaat and all the fans know as V.n .1 m . . . V. Ci l.nl. n.iul tn Imnmv. I with the stick. Char ev llerxog. who was a tower o strength in last ear's series, will doubt- leas remain at third base, where he has shown more pepper and ginger than Shafer. Should either Doyle or Nnodgrass be forced to remain on the bench, Hhafer would fit In nicely either at second base or In centre neld But us the Olants' regular third baseman, llerxog appears to have pushed Hhafer off the bag. : i The New Yorks' local aeaaon cornea to an end on Wednesday. Beginning this afternoon, the Ohancemen will play three consecutive double headers with the Boston Red Sox at the Polo Oroundr. Last year at this time the Red Sox were preparing , for the world'a series. Now they are 1 lighting hard to retain the bulk of patron- I 1 age at the Hub. The dismissal of Jake ! Stahl and the crippling of Smoky Joe ; Wood, Charley Wagner. Larry Oardner. 1 , Carrlgan, Speaker. Yerkes and other : players at various times put this onoe great ball team out of the running. Chance I may pitch Flaher and Keating to-day, . 1 Hchuls and Kord to-morrow, with McHale 1 and Caldwell In the box on Wednesday. it begins to look aa if neither Holden nor Whlteman will he retained aa regular outfielders by Chance next year. Holden probably will be farmed out to Jeraey City, where he will have an opportunity to learn something about baae running, of which .he knows little or nothing st present. Whlteman, It seems, cannot hit curve pitching and la not up to data aa an outfielder, oilhooley la a fixture and Chance thlnka he will be a star hitter In 11114. Cree will be retained, alao Luther 1 Cook, whoso Melding needs brushing up j before lie can atep along with the major - league pace, I Here la a straight tip I Before Chance I begins another rampslEn he will have In the lineup ona of the beat centra Adders In tha American League ! No, tha name Isn't Ty Cobb I HP 1 1 ? Imc lit I IS 14 17lM M I 4T .171 New York. - -i 14.14 Philadelphia. Chicago. Pittsburg. Brooklyn. .Cincinnati... : a jg, Louts c.ames Losl ti a!l NT S v To-day'a Ichedale. New Terk In Boston Breeklyn In Philadelphia t aamaai Pittsburg In i'lnclnnstl PACKARD HOLDS COBS SAFE. Wins Fire flame far Iteda. Rowan Loses ecnnd. bnt CiNCiNNSTt. Sept. II. The Tlnks tnl the Cuba hooked up In the final double header of the year to-dav and split even. the locals taking the first 2 to 0 and the Cube the second I to .1 The aecond con- lest was called on account of darkness at the end of th seventh inning. Iftv Packard opposed rhenev the opening and pitched the beet game of his career. holding the slugging Cub to three sca,t- trred hits. Raler waa struck hv s halfaVI ball but waa able to resume his place In the aecond contest. Rowan and Htack were the opposing twlrlera in the second contest and rudlKer showed much form. The Cubs, however. were able to bunch their clouts to bet- ter ndvantasre than were the Rhlneland- ers. The scores: FIRST CAJdK CHICAGO r. I I CINCINNATI Ilaafh rf abrbpae: abrhnae' n s einesener.it 41 1 s v f Phelsn :h WiHmlf salerlb o M'l'w'a.ib 3 "ndrf 1 1?!!??," t rhenev P - 1 1 a Hates rf 4 a 1 4 1 I 1 4 nlrnh.2b I I f I IJ I a 1 n'Mare'na sb 4 S 1 J a A a n A etBMSl l IK 1 A I IA A rt M in 0 niWicUl d f I a 4 a " 1 -A SiBergh'r.as 1 J 1 I t ,fcrkk.;,.p J J j i A 1, n 1 r, n a a a i Totals 24 ? s:7 1S 1 "ares nan in'tTlttij al ! 11 Ma II II is la as a .170 i - -I . 10 14 IS 13 -. tW ' HI S lSS 1 .44l 10 SIS ti 'si! 417 14 II Mil 94 "gf . 414 7 10 ii 4 1 as isi . 1 ,'sas : I tttaa art t M I H ) vcy ft. Idew has s new championship 1 x,,, S "l 1 M M l ! candidate and Mlsa Vera V H, Cravath 'HMtetl for Cheney la the mnth inrcng - wl" H,l "r Oockett. which won re- 'Ran tor Bretnaban in the ninth Inning I 2 ' "'lympla and the championship Ichicago aAssaoAA A.jat Madison Square Oarden. The same I fm-nnnati I I t I S..-I nwnei also has OIr bird while Morti- 1 T"n base hit -Bnblltiel daerlflee hits Orob. m,r ' Schlff has several additions to his Miinit7 Packard Stolen haiapii 4L'orr.1rn. laeh. Wiralend Intel Packard Struck nut -By Cheney 4; by Packard. 4 Wild ptten- metier Time l nour t'mplrea Easoo and Brennan . !CONT OAMK. L) I C1BCISNATI and fro minute SECOND GAME cntCAtio m. lo i riwiwiTi Mtllar.H ? i s Sl'llesebar If 7 4 i a 1 1 Rib: I 4 mSmSi" 1 j ! i . wurms.lf 3 1 1 a a s'oroh :b. .3 4 1 3 3 4 Zim'an.lb 4 4 : 4 4 I Mar na.3b I I 1 1 I c-at.-r.iu.. iii.i. . i.m .. , i . i Good rf .34110 OlWIekl d ef 3 4 1 , 4 4 Bndw l.ss : 4 S J 3 rBergb r.se 3 1 14 14 Brea'b'n.e 2 1114 e'dark.r.... 3 a l I 1 I attaea.p 1 4 4 4 4 Dodge 0 4 4 0 4 4 Rowan p 2 S S 4 l t S I in I ftsheekard j s 4 4.4 I Totals X7 ill! IS Clark in the seventh inning. I or Rowsn ln the seventh Inning. 1 A a . Totals 31 Ran for Clark in the seventh inning. tBatted for Rowsn ln the seventh Inning Chicago 4 1 1 4 4 s f Cincinnati ' 1 t 4 1 4 4 1-1 Called by agreement Two base hits Zimmerman Saier. Beseher. Wlckland. Berghammer Three base hit -Brer. Sacrifice hits-Stack. Berghammer Stolen bases Miller. Williams. Zimmerman. Double plays a,rrs siki oriuwrn, .-cjsrsatis won ano lloo litre! First baae on balls Off Slack. 1 Rowan. 4 Struck out-B Stack. : k Rowan nn i uo wiiih aiaiai. it hour and M ninute V 'm pi res Brennan and Esaon, PENNANT GOES TO MILWADXEE. e.aon Kails .To-das and Lead of Brewers la Safe. STAN'DI.Vt; OF THE I'LL OS W L. PC W M llwailkre...SS Si rl SI Paul 74 M Inn es polls .S 4" Tnleao an 413 Jff lo o ui vine II 70 Kansas rily 40 9 t'olumbua l 71 S&4 Indlanapolu l 47 l MtLWAt'KKE, Sept. 2S.- ,. , Hor the flrst time since iii3. whan Hugh Duffy led the old 4 reams to tha pennant 111 the Western L.aguc. Milwaukee won a baseball chain- plunslilp to-day. when the Hrenvrs took the first gams of a double header from Louisville, while Minneapolis was kialng I to lolumbu The season ends to-mor- . row, with Milwaukee and Minneapolis ! each playing double headers. At the opening of the acason the Millers I were nicked 10 win the ,,c,,,,.,o ,. ,1,. nia ruatom nuraa employed an Paper ( haae I overs Many Jamaa. ?. "I"11"'"" ,ona Mini for the eonelder v . c . .. ' atlon of his moves and at hla twentvflrat I.ONO BSANCH, N J.. Kept. .- naner turn be had onlv mmumm .1. ir fSS fSTVSS JV,v" nou", joyed bv Deal arid Klberon cottagers to- day. The circuitous route touched th. . ' !,ai!fH".h0-f SiWiSf' Wa aide and f passed the cold Indian Springs and West "ong Branch.'sklrting this Mania aywivH eairsing mis oily ano back lo the starttng place. The route covered many lump-, and no mishaps were re- j . neii ine cnaae end rl It was the closlnj- event of the MgSOIt. Mlsa Bennie Srllgman was one of the leaders in to-day'a chase. Others who took part Included Miss Bennie Was serman. Alex Rlum. Miss O. Wanaor. Wll I ireo KotnscniKi and Samuel Aruhelm. OLD CROW n-g. U. S RYE Americans Finest Rye WHISKEY HAND MADE SOUR MASH STRAIGHT PURE RYE WE ARE THE LARGEST BOTTLERS OF OI n-PASHIONFo HAND-MADF SOUR MASH STRAIGHT PURE RYE WHISKEY IN THE WORLD H. B. KIRK OO Nw York. N. Y, TWO RACES FOR WOMEN Accomplished Riders Will Be Put to Test by Ridinir Strantje Horses. More than 440 entiles have been re reived for.the I'lplng Rock horse show, which wllr hold the attention of laing Island society next Friday and Hatur day ; thla In aptte of the fact that this year harneas horae classes have lieen dropped except lit the few open to chil dren. The large entry la the more. re markable because of the conflict with the shows at Brockton and Hryn Matrr and mentis that the amateurs on Ixng Island have rallied to the support of the club which provides tbo most pirtureeque ex hibition of any outdoor show In the vi cinity of New Tork. The quantity and quality of the saddlers and hunt. 1 entered more than make tip for the absence of the harness horses and I "omo of ,he hnntM a-lasaes there are I mor ,nn 'nlrt' Among these Hr whl.h have . ..,plonahlpa Mndlson H.UHre Harden t t niympla ",in ,h competition will he keen for the Meadow Brook fhtillenge Cup for the ! hunter In the ahow Thla trophy was - 'nn ,"' v'ar by Mlsa Celestlne Hitch rr" k' now Mr!"- ',lll,n Pea body. Another , vlctorv la necessary for Mrs. I'eabody - g " the cijp outright and with the Mlneols champion Coronet entered In her JJHB' "n" hl4 H ,n'' chance to aticce.'d. 1 thera well known In the bunting field who have entered are James S. Burden, F- Ambrose nark. Paul l. Cravath. K. I w- at Ciitcheon. Mr. and Mr. J. K. j Davda, David Dnwa. RaJph Kills. Mr. and Mr"' rr Payne Whitney. Mr. and i ill . Thor"'," H;,,n'', "r Thoinaa , . ' , LrT "" ri. rnutpa. ""'"in 1. itsii, aonn 1. t-rtt, .Mrs. Payne Whitney. Herbert Pratt .1 Wat. son Webb. Samuel Wlllets and Howard Willed tisa Hopeton r Atterhtirv. who won the Piping Rock challenge cup for the Wn ln S2 !'' -r. win again be cOmitltor with her chain- Pions NMekel Plate and Patricia. Har- Htahlo of SHtidlrriv tn rut ..uwui ".' r" A"r,'r'; '"J Mlases Allx and Rose w nunneipnia, rjaw in n. Morgan Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock. Mra Herbert I ' Pratt. Mlsa Flora Whitney and Miaa Ellaabeth L. Klrlln. -. j?0-!0?. te which women will of these 'th'' h"" TOC?ai' hi E".?! these the horses will be furnished 7 tna association and apportioned by lot. - umi rsice wt 'teterm II a near possible the K.... .m. . T ,2f.V!?! am. J.TT. "T - .mr sex. ' .r."' red for faeaa ar Mr8- Thomas Hitchcock. Miss Emllv Ran- dolph. Mia Kdlth Mortimer Mls' Flora Whitney, tha Misses Allen daughter, of r."1 A'n th" Inlted States army Mls Ladew and Mlaa Marlon Hoi- line Th. . U . I , , . re The show will begin eac4i mnmin :S and will continue through the day So many applications have been received for luncheon tables that every niche In J" -'onouae win De niled and the ovei now w". aa In previous years, establish luncneon parriea Unaer the trew v,..iv an in hovhn .1...- v. , , j a " .""TTT". m.ioa up luncheon I ,n ,1a"' among those being i. u. m new c lff,-a u o.i... Jameg A. Blair. Charles A. ColHn U r' y"?si.Z J. K. Davis. Ralph Bills, Oeorge R, f. "1 ' r'a",n ItOlllO, Francis L Hlne. E il. Oary. Anton O Hodenpyl. William V j Hester. Thomas Hitchcock. C. Oliver Iee I Mn. Walter B James. Walter Jennings. L PC I wamer II, 1-eeds, Robert 8. Lovett, J C K 444 Moore. John T. Pratt. Harold I Pratt Oeorge t) Pratt. Frederick B. Pratt Francis Key Pendleton. John 8 Phlpps! '?" r-rn. . si. cratt, Howard C. Smith. Oeavsnd is Bbs,4t. ... .. ... darbllt, Jr.. BMiten u wmthrop jr r w. Wllkox. Henrv Rogers Winthror, asa Beekman Wlmhrop ThPp and nriBll TS IViBmnisiA .... DUAB IS FORCED TO RESIGN. After l.oag onalderatlon Chess Mas. . .s ... .. " sartatloa. mklK thirty moves within the time limit of two hours. Strange to sav. he managed to itsntsl.l. hi. .'.,.. . without compromising hi. position, neither ditl he lo.e anything In material. V hen caiiert upon to make hi thlrtv Bnoend move he took funv half an hour for POnsldfratfOP and then It m,. fnllnri ne nan aeiecten ; vary weak variation Four moves later Marshall threatened to win in a rook, anil so Ouras resigned " 44 Ssjharbaa Oval. Brooklyn Natlonala. ;. Suburban. Pal Off r 1 111 tifsoViphV.-; 14 II MM Washington. 11 Cleveland 1 a Boston Chicago 11 Detroit. 9t Louis New Terk. , Si eases Let. lajlMHU'maa u si Ta-dar'a Krhedale. Boston In New Tork ttwo gsmei rhllsdelphls In Washington HORLEKS FROM SOUTH DO WEIL. Brown far at. Lewis Has Metier af Battle With Williams far Detralt. I"nrranrr.Sept. ss. Two former Southern league pitchers. Williams for Detroit and C. Brown for St l.ouia. engaged In a great hurling duel until the tenth Inning to-day when three blta coupled with er rors by Veach gave the Browns throe rung and the game. Oalner's three bag ger paved the way for Drtrolfa only tally In the comeback half. O. Williams opened the tenth with a single and scored on Ware's double. Veach made a two haso muff of Agnew s fly. allowing Ware to acore. Brown singled and Agnew scored, when Veach heaved wildly to the plate. The score: ST. LOt 'in (A I.) DETROIT ahrhpae sbrhnse Shotfn.ef alius MR,h . n a I 1 a Atiatin .lb 5 4 1 Pratt lb 4 4 4 VTalker.lf 4 I i . Wirs.rf 14 4 Blaland aa 4 4 4 W ares ?h i 1 1 : HBaura'n.Sb .t n i it a l MCrawrd.ri 4 a 1 1 1 a I A ACohb.-f . I A A 1 A 0 I A a Ves-h.lf. .1 J A : 4 : OiOnalns lb 4 4 : IS 0 4 4 S flibson e . ? 4 4 A A Agnew. . 4 gnaw.' t 1 l - 4.Hier 1114 4 C Br'wn.p 4 4 1 0 A "'Louden lb .14 4 2 dSVltt I 4 A 4 S A Totals. IT 3 M II 14' Wil a p llt.ltne A A 4 t A A 4 4 4 1 I , . I Totals. . 3: i s r.4 is Bitted for Gibson tn the tenth inning tBstted for Louden In the tenth Inning ..mum ,CTr v ..imsm in ine teniit inning St Louis Detroit 4 4 4 4 4 4 S 4 4 Two base MM -Crawford Wares. Three baae hit Oalner First base on balls Off Wilbama I! off Brown, 4 Sacrifice bit -Staoage. Struck ou1-By Wllllsnja. 4: by Brown, j. Double play Agnew and Austin. Time 1 hour and C mtnutra Lmpltee O'Loughlin ano Ferguson Weatara Leagse, Denver. 4; Dm Mains. I. St. Joseph. 4: Topeka, 1 Wlrhlta-Sleut city Rain. Omaha- Lincoln Rain. BT ANDINOOF TUB CIAlSg. k . .101 aa 77 DesMotssa y St MS St. Joseph tn 71 .lis Uaeota as 7s too Topeka 71 ar Sioux City . .M M Wlehlia SI ST CRITERION OF VALUE IN USED CARS No automobile is worth more than the actual service it will render. Demand regulates the value, and value creates the demand. In the automobile business, as in every other line, these rules have been the gauge by which to measure dollar for dollar value for every dollar spent. TO INSURE YOURSELF in selecting a used car, employ these simple prin ciples and you will find that THE HUDSON has a greater demand as a used car than any other car you can buy, regardless of make. WHAT MORE OF A GUARANTEE CAN YOU HOPE FOR? Here are a few HUDSONS FOR SALE AT 6000 BUSINESS PRICES If you want a car you certainly want one of these at $400 and up 1912 4-cylinder Roadster 1913 6-cyl. demonstrator I 1912 4-cylinder touring 1913-4-cylinder touring 1912 4-cylinder limousine 1911-4-cylinder touring ALSO 1909 4-cyl. Locomobile 1912- 4-cylinder Marion 1912 6-cytinder Chalmers 1909 4-cylinder Alco 1912 4-cylinder Cadillac And every one of these cars is fully equipped and in PERFECT CONDITION, ready for im mediate use. Write, telephone (Col. 7460) or call for demonstration. WE'LL GLADLY TEST OUT ANY CAR, ANYWHERES ANY TIME A. ELLIOTT RANNEY GO. Sixth Floor, 1700 BROADWAY, N. Y. City The results of tha tasley cup matcbt at Brookllne do not clear up to any great extent tha question whether FVancia Out met Is a better golfer than Jerome D. Travers. After defeating Travera in a twenty hole match on Friday wh!"h waa marred by a little too much partisan enthusiasm on the part of soma mem hers of the gallery the new open cham pion was In turn beaten on Saturday by R S. Worthing!. ui of Shawnee, a golfer who has won tournaments on Ins own course but who hitherto has been unable to accomplish any notable vic tories elsewhere Oulmet's defeat is at. trtbuted lo too much golf fn a .thort spat a of time, but that Is an excuso that cannot be urged very often In defence of a champion. It has seldom been the case that tha lieslVy cup matches hove produced any extraordinarily good golf In aplte of the at length of the men who have played In them and thla year's matches seem to be no exception to the general rule. L.at year Travers. fresh from hla victory over Chick Kvana al Whnaton, was besiici by Bben M. Myers In the Lesley cup match after .1 round of rather indifferent golf and this year practical!) Ihl same thing has happens!. If Oulniet had hoaten Travers by a big margin and then repeated agalnat Worthlngton 011 Satur da the great question might hgVS been answered, but as matters now stand il la IttSI aa much of n eiuestlou aa ever and probably will remain unanswered until ibe amateur champion meets the open cnamplon in a thlrty-alx hole mat. b In the next national amateur cliamulon- ehip. Mis Muriel Todd. Miss Olsdv Ravens- crofi and Miss Mabel Harrison, the tlne British women itnlfers who will attempl to win the American championship at Wilmington the week after next, arc imw In Montreal, where tha Canadian cham pinnshlp will be played this week. It all! begin thla morning on the course of t'ie Rnal Montreal Oolf club and will Ian through Saturday, on which day the Anal round will he played After leavnu Mom real the three British women e,cct 10 go to Hamilton. nl . stay a few d ano then go to Wilmington. There la talk or sending a stronger Grsatgr Britain team to Wilmington to play against an Arner can le-im nn the Saturday preceding th- championship. At the I'pper Montclalr Country Club the Kaftern Trade Oolf Association will hold Its regular autumn tournament on Thursday of this week. Four events ar on the schedule for the day. The 4ilf feature will be an eighteen hcsle medal play handicap, for which three prises have been put up. A match play competition. a four ball medal play affair In the arter noon, and a putting contest are the other attractions offered to the members of the association. Aa aonie of tha members may not be able to reach tha course un til the afternoon. It has been .announcrd , that thoae who arrive late may compete In any or all of the events. A dinner at the club will follow the day of golf. 1 A . . ;ta tJL ' Vt. . ,-V V. . L 1 Mr I. J , V II,