Newspaper Page Text
Yankees Cut Down Another Southpaw as They Lay Browns Low Giants Bow to Pirates Dodgers Checked THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915. RICKEY BRINGS DP RESERVES IN VAIN TRY TO STEM TIDE Pul Yiinkops, With Contmnml jnjr ,pml, Protect Tt Ajralnst Kvrrv flrown Attack. WEITjMAX OOKS WAY OF FELLOW LEFT HANDKRS Yesterday's nit. vw Terli St "!' n,lfMt.rhlladelphla ("Int. r! eato-ll ""on (wet grounds) Cifv"and-Waahlnittn (cold weather). retailed Slandlna; of the fluba. ri i c . i Si! j I i! 8 Cluba p c s -s 2,6 c s 3tt Npr York-.. uViij w Detroit., IfM'sCO. t in i?, nis t3llo!.54 llMtOll.. Wmtilnftnn taevrland.. . 124 . t. Louis. I H HilUdrlPhla. l(i4Tee tnt 1 0 in u ?0' To-day's Schedule. .V.ir Tnrk In St Louis. Philadelphia In Detroit. Bitten In Chlcaa-o. Waihlntton In Cleveland. Rt I.ot'ts, May 10, Hrnnch Illckey uird up thrre pitchers and aa many pmrh hitters scalnat the Yanks this afternoon, hut the extra forces were i of no avail and the Donovan Prlnaile moied another step forward In the American l.c.iciie pennant parade. The rre.it outburst of hlttliiR niraltist Carl Wellm.m In the openlnc frame put the came en lee for the le.iKUe leaders, hut Jait to mnke victory certain they prone ir.nlrxs the Yanks could not collect lis i nucS as a single. The score win 4 to I. I Willrnan is the fourth southpaw Winter to be hurled against the Yankees In tlielr ?een games since leaving the IWo Crounds and the third of the quartet to prove a failure. After the opening Inning the l.tnky shle wheeler brened along like a champion, but the danrage already hud lx'en done. The Ystiks went after Wellman as If his pieeent'e on the mound was nn Intuit The lanky Carl managed to duck the vicious drive by Mulset that hit tecoml base and bounded to l.avan fur an easy out at tlrst. Peck hit sharply ll tar) UHl nfc tltn,. v n .. 1 . ..I .-. , tl.l., I ' when High celebrated IiIh debut In his I,. i , , . ? v.. i Ti home city by doubling to left. Plpp's single to centre chased Peck home and put High on third. Plpp taking second on a bad peg by Clarence Walker.. On Cook's grounder to Pratt Plpp was run down at third, but High was safe there and Cook went to second on the out. Hartxcll sent the pair home with a unrle pant third. This three rim lead loomed up large! until the fourth, when the Hrowns be - tan to pick on Warhop. In the third Jack had fanned Clarence Walker for the third out w 1th second and third or- eupd, thiough a hit batsman and iTatt'a double. With one out In the fourth Severeld mreled past Pecklnpa'ugh and Gary's dr.ve was too hot for Malsel. Iivho dropped a Texas leaguer Into right Meld Just out of Hi one's rench and the bacs 12jlo .420! 10 30 .333 o iti .s:ti nit" I I sere filled. Wellman hart been pltcning turned loose on tne enemy in uie src-oim n.r'lxlit ball for tljree Innings, but he land again: him the Pirates continued 'ntint lilt, so Rickey yanked him out of their prednceous ways, although he hr pati'me an. I Inserted Pinch Hitter 1 pitched a great deal better than Per r.rnle Walker. Krnle did nothing more rtt, in truth Schupp pitched pretty than l-lt oni to left for a single, scoring j well. He iiult to let a mate hit for Severenl and keeping the bags dfnscly him. He had tho prevailing New York topulateil. On Shotton'a grounder to ailment of wlldness, but he kept his Hone l.eary was forced at the plate, I wlldness scattered. tut Walsh put his knee In front of a I What run making there was off of 'ow cue and got his basa on the trick, (orr nc l,a,.n home. Pratt ended the,- - - mrlrK w ill a lly to Peck, Afer this frame the Hrowns got only) one ,ew or second uase, mat ueing in th sixth Inning, when Pinch Hitter Howard doubled to left. Kay Klsher Is latM to go after hl seventh straight victory to-morrow. Tho score: NT.W YORK IA I. ) ' 9T IX)U1S (A I..) ah li n a e ah li ; e Maiiel.lb 3 0 2 0 0 .-.holton.lf . S 1 2 0 0 I"rmh . 113 3 o'Wal.h.Jh .3 0 1 0 If th'f 4 14 0 fl'Autln3b... 0 0 0 1 llpp.lh ..4 1 9 0 0 ratl.2b.. . & 1 3 I 0 Csok.r! . . 4 0 0 0 OCWalker.ef 3 0 0 0 2 H.rtiell.lf 4220 (JWilllanis.rf 4 1 1 0 0 ' nnn :b 4inf nNf vereld.e. .31710 Vmak.re 4 0 7 2 o'ly-ary.lh. .. 3 1 11 00 vrhonp 4 10 1 0 l.avan. ss... 4 13 6 0 - IPerryman.p 0 0 0 0 0 Tntala 7 27 11 0 Howard... 110 0 0 IWHlman.n. 1 n 0 1 fl tK.WalkT .110 0 0 lames n .0 0 0 0 0 IlKauffman 1 0 0 0 ,V - 1 I Total. 34 4.27 l 2, jUilnl tor Perrman in the sixth inning 'nuteii tor wellman 111 tne iniirin 11111111. tTivtrrt for James in the ninth liinlnr. i,;"'" l S S ? S J X S U Run vfrPid I.avsn prrMtirHUTh, Hlch. Hat.rr11 Tun h Mt Hifh. I'ratl Vaf).-,! lies.. l..,.l.,.. ti.. Mulk 1' - - 'in.u .-Min-ii - I." . by pitched bal . b? .ai." nw. on bai s-uit narnop, a; Wrrvjian off .lame., Struck out-My IV.'.lm.n s l,v U'.rhnn T bv t'eerimi.n 1'aiK -e. 4 uniinlly and Chill. Tune-1 hour J in 'ui'f. HUGHES A QUEER MIXTURE. 1'ana K.levpn, lint Otherwise I No Mar and Cutis Whip llratri. BosTos-, May 20.--Pierce held the P'Micn to the hits lo-day and thn Cubs '"n. I c j .K a strikeout twlrler Hushex Has all that could be desired, fannii.. il ven, but he let go a wild Hen Williams had tripled In the i"nid , ,d ti,Ht cave the visitors a run. A di v e. rt pass, a single, a steal and m iff , Magee allowed thrte Cubs to Shi)0i n .nic during the seventh, Phn n w .ru around third was a largo ' in Hie champions' downfall. The ore t j CHICAGO ' N I, ) I MOSTON iN I, ) . . ill h n i r ab h ,n a e eh'lanib i n r, o'p'n'irick.rl 3 0 t o 0 ijh.r.. 4 2 0 4 l!Kan.:b ... 4 1110 i'hillte.t 4 110 llOalher.lt... 4 0 0 0 1 f',:b 4 3 4 2 OlMaeee.ef. . 4 0 2 0 1 1 .K . a a a!... i. ... . r. . n o Williams i i s j ft o I I, ... U l,..HV'llllll.tl U v t w Smilh.Sb.. 2 110 "Jt Mii i 0 2 1 01 M'I.rr 1 0 0 0 0 Archer 1 0 2 0 0 M'vllle.ss Howdy. c. , HuiheiJ). 4 1 S 2 0. 5 1 12 I 01 3 0 0 4 01 smtflyrf 1 0 0 0 0 Totaia.. .si tnfo": "irw p 3 0 0 2 0 Bitted lor Ilreanahan In seventh lnninr yiieaio .. 10000030 o-l "O'lov .0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-2 Kuns Zlnimennan, Saler, Willlama, Me I.arr S.hmldt, Smith. Two base hlta-Zlnv niernan ; Ki.her. Kgan. Smith. Three lioao nil Willmms Sacrlfli hit-Smith. Stolen bus. -OlfJ.arr Double ply-I'helan, Zlmmer mm ann Sner Howdy tst Marsnville. Left on base, chli-agn, I: Host on. 4. First base fn bill. Off Pierce. 4: off Huxbri. I, First Use on errors-ChleafO. 1; Hunt on, 1. Struck i ""i fir lvrre 4: by lluxhra. II. Wild pitch -umlu's L'nuilrra-Hyran and Orth. Time I honri North Carolina lerague. Vlti.tnn alem. 4, dreeniboro, 2. P'l'hHlii 3, Aihevllle, 0. Bti'icli 3, Charlotte, 1 Hen Innlnfl), nSKHl., ni-H.W, KIIIIKTH FIF.I.U. GIANTS CONSISTENT, BAD ' IN EVERY PHASE OF GAME Poor Pitching, Light Batting and Shoddy Fielding Make Path of Pirates to Victory Easy Mediocrity Excels Punkocrity. Western teams In the, National lesatiu were on the. warpath ye.iterdny nnd made a clean Joh of It. They won every Kame. The I'lratea wcrn the ones to bent the (itanta and tn fling them back Into last place. Tho Herts won In Philadelphia, and the Cardinal In Hrooklyn. The Cubs, wallnped In (Irrater New York, turned nnd drubbed the chnmplon Hraves. Yeeterday'a Hesulta. Pittsburg. 4; New York, :. Kt. lnuli, 3, HrnoHlyn, 1. I'hlrnito. 4; Ho.lnn. 2. Cincinnati, i Philadelphia. 2, Metalled SUuidlnc of the China. Clubs New York., (lames !nt.. To-day'a Kehednle. t'lttshurir In New York, St. tiouln In llrneklyn. OMi'meo In Holon. Cincinnati tn I'hIUdelphla. nr wt 1,1,1AM n. ii.tx.VA. The (ilantn were consistent yesterday. In sinking back to the tall end they played tall end ball, nnd Inasmuch as It was costly for them to be consistent they gr0Slie,j themselves. Jan McOraw's to the Pltt.burgers. They did so many things to help the Pirate that the score was In to 2. Breaking the tall end home s i)IRerlnR work f0r the Olants. ,n wnmnR seepy gamo the Pirates ' Wf,r0 ticliiotl bv poor pitching on the i s,.,.w York side and poorness In two 0tn(,r departments. The (Hants' batting , ,Vas nRlt :in tne (llnnts' fielding wa I shoddy. Along with taxes as a cer- talnty of the future Is the fact that Habe Adams will pitch the first game of a series against the (Hants. He wins 1 nearly as often as he pitches against I them. Yesterday he had the emue old I seductive curves, a fan one and a less prillUinr llll.r.-, . . r . wt. - . - - 13 Bills I bill's 2il,s!elio 3 fi Philadelphia. 11 1 : o Jl I? II '07 Chlcac. ta,"34 li' l' 17 12 tM Uojtim "ojj e I . j f,i ' it 13 .Jt Pittsburg.... i 3 t 4l i lS IS WO Brooklyn 4 3 3,. 033! 14 IS .43 St. I,0Uia.,..T 34 3S l 3 j'laH 46; Cincinnati.. . !2 O S l.l'u 14 42! ,.. 3 2 I 0 3 . 3 I llllM-4071 , '11 is'n IR't'lT'tR'ia MA' ' I .i.u nn i. r1 vll.ln ulthlflenw nml Snlv irru.. Ir. tYim n,..liln. , .1,. .ji ...Vi. which be has been disarming the (Hunts for vears: and without any chance whatever In the ancient programme they stepped up to Adiins and with a "Please, sir. may I have my medicine'.'" took it like little men. The !oor pitching on the New York i side was centred largely m i crrui. Poll relansed to his April form, The I bad weather will serve as an explana Hon. Ho had no control nnd what be , did have was pickled by the Pirates, i The latter, a company of age and youth. . of ponderous dignity and coltish pep. won e.-slly nough. but didn't rise above 1 the level of mediocrity They didn't .have to. The (Slants didn't rise above ( the level of punkocrity Poll flopped nround for nn Inning and a third and then waa put back In Hie cage, the Pirates by that time having ! amasjed three runs, Kerdle S'chupp was FEDERAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. rhleago-llrooklyn (w. round.i iiuitalo. 11. St. T.nuls. l. llttaburg-Haltlmore (rain) Standing of the Clubs. y j, c I W. I. PC pitt.burr.. 19 12 1 Kansas City IS 13 .M'i 0ii.-J.-t li 1 .1)0 Si. Iiula... 12 16 .414 0.f.h..,ro' " 17 is MT'Halllmore.. 12 1 4W Hrooklyn... 16 11 .mo.j.uu.uo.... To-ila)' schedule. 9 21 .300 Hrooklyn In Chicago. Newark In St. l.ouls. Haltlmore In Plttshurx Huffalo In Kansas City. At St. I.ou... n H r Ilurr.lo (F. I. I ..1 0 0 2 4 1 0 3 011 17 1 st. I.oul. ( F 1, 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 li 1 f 3 naileries Ford. Hcdlent a nd . Ulalr. Allen, (irooin, llerben and ll.irtie Weslcjnn Hill nUfil by Vermont. Hcrlinoton, Vt.. May 20. The Hnl - ve;; of -vVImom defeated Weslryan 1 DUf afternoon tiy m frorfi nro m . h - t vlnttorH were h.CHp'Ji of connecting . .... 1.1... ...nt. ..tl.l ..4)i. Ills. TiJII H'llP 1 IIIIM llir.llll, I una Itnu .""'... fP,her than second Inse. " nf ih. vr. Mai'l.ellnnd kept the hitting Of the ff- mnnters down, but passen six men. mo acore it n. i: Wesleyan 00000000 0 0 7 2 Vermont . . . . 1 0 1 o 0 1 2 0 x-r. 7 n Ilatterle. -Macl.elland and Chapln; (Jll bert and Mayfnrth. New i:nilaii(l T.eagne. Fllchbiirx, 3; Worcester, 2. I.nuell, . Hewlston. 4 1,9 nn, f: Lawrence, 3 Portland, 7, Manchester, 4 DIXONS Graphite Grease IXO U f I For Transmissions and Differentials prevents all metal-to-metal contact. The selected flake motor graphite, used only in Dixon's Graphite Lu I bricants, can't ball-up or pack... The minute flakes form over the bearinc surfaces a vel vety, oily veneer. Thm Diumn Lahthmting Chart h tmntffmpom JOSETH DIXON CTUC1BUS tO. EslaMiaM 1UT N JrMyaty.N.J. V Perritt, fiehupp and mtter was all nour ished by flaccid support. There wo) no auoh pitching on the New York aide aa Adams did, but for all that the bat ting of the Pirates was neither resonant nor robust, and that tholr yield of runs was an fruitful na It was wa by reason of bases on balls and tacky fielding. l.urry Doyle returned to the game and was one of those who distorted the local defence. Ills ankle Isn't all right yet and troubled him In getting around to make plays. The other errors could not be attributed In any way to unsoundness. They lust happened. The other (Hants all had a corpora aano until Meyers maimed a finger on a foul tip In the fifth. Johnston hit to right and Balrd hit to left In the first Inning nnd Johnston sifted from first to third on Kalrd's long one. When a double stnml was promoted Meyers would have had one man mire If Doyle had held his throw, but Dole didn't. Johnston came In, which hi likely would hnvo done any way, when Doyle set about to tag Halrd : but as It was Rtlrd got to sec ond on the error and Johnston to tho plate, nnd there was no steal on Meyers. Vlox walked In the second, Fletcher spilled Oerber'a grounder all over the Place, and on Olbson'a fly to Hobertson Vlox took third. Oerber stole second, Doyle again taking the throw and hav ing a poor one to handle. A smnsh from Adams's bat flew up off Uralrf Hrd'a mitt like a geyser. Doyle was slow barking up and two men came In. "hen Perritt hit Carey, McOraw con cluded that that was a precursor enough of what would happen If Poll stayed In, and probably under his breath he waa one of those things without the pre. Schupp stopped the Pirate dead In the second and In all his other Innings exreis. the fifth. They made two runs In the fifth on a walk by Halrd, a two (bagger by Hlnrhmsn. a fly by Wagner and a fumnle uv rletcher. Carev made' a run without any help In the eighth ' inning. His Itinerary was arranged ns ; follows: He walked to first. He stoln second nnd was up and off for third trl,rPi and dlfWeed of Whent with n'.Milco. Malone and llama haa" on bills when Smith threw poorly to Kletcher. , f i ' I, Snyder T ie score: J iWJiVT' Hit bche'rlnr' wlndup longer than the string around I ,b li pa e. ah h pa e I '1w, balla-Morran Hiia-OfT Walsh. ; a top nnd he stole home cleanly wlthllteaxhrr.lt . 4 o o 0OMra 4 1 o r n'nfl Meadnwe. Umpire Stockdale Time a hw ft dash and a loni? stnrt n th i ,m.,i.itn.- niu , Schupp doubled In the fifth limine ' v.. .... nnd nn a wayward throw by Wagner I on Hums he scored, Do.le tnllled In the ninth on a two bagger and two urns ni nrsi. ine nrsi man up ror tne' (Hants reached first four times ,,. cored once. Several heated drives bv (Hants went directly Jo fielders to the curtailment of New York grist and that Adams had a horseshoe was the unanl piously voiced opinion of Messrs. Mc- - ' . - I w.h. Th. "M.ita Hyatt. Si. nsel. Wheal llj.e. on hall; booths. The score PITTSHl'RO (N I. ) I ah h n m el NEW YORK IN . V . ' I CsreT.lf .. 2 0 3 0 0 tluriia.lf. '? 1 ? 1 . VS'.Yi, ? 2,5 2 Ji."."".'"'.!' J ? ! I ? Jnhn.l n.lb i 2 13 0 0 Dmle.h ... (113 1 Itaird.ef ... 4 12 0 O t-nh.rt.Jb . 3 0 n 0 1 llehman.rf 4 2 10 0 Pleteher.ss 4 1 1 4 -j sKiirr.ww, 0 " s v i nun tson.ri . I a " t Vioj.sb.... 4 1 llralnml.lh 4 tin 0 0. Oerb-r.ib.. 3 13 2 O'Mejerse.... t 0 3 1 0 Cth.on.e. .3 0 1 0 0'snillh.c 2 0 3 1 I Adams.p. .4101 Ol.Murrar.rf.. 41100 rrrritl.ii.. 0 n n o I 2 1 0 t el 1 n e o n Tntala . . J2 7 27 12 I Selmivt.n, Pilrim Hitter p . t.Merkle 0 o 0 n o, 1 0 0 o o i TUt.ed for shu.p In the eei-emh lii'nliig tnatted for Ulttir In the ninth Innhu I Total. ., ' Piti.hurr 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0-4 Ne York 0 0 fl 1 0 o i o-j Johnston mint. Hlnrhmsn Huns Cvey, Vint Oerlwr. tlnrlr. tiehnnt. First hs nn errors-I'lttsburr, 2 New York. 1 lyft nn ha ( I'ltul'Um. ! Now YnrU. 7 Kirl bssi- nn balls Oft Adam.. 2 off IVrritt. 2; n Selmpti. 7; off Hitter. I Struck nut 11 Adams. 1; be Ivrrllt. 1- bv Seliupti, 2; hi I'.ltler, I Two has hits- lliiichninn. Doyle S-liupp, Ss.-rlflie fly-Wanner Molen bases Cirer. 2; Oerher Double tdu s-Fletcher a)id llratnard. 2 Hit by nitehwt bsll-Mv1 IVrritt (Carey) Hlta-Ofr Perritt. 3 In one. ,n. I a third innlnss. on Sehupn. 3 In .s and two third Hinlns: off Utttrr. 1 tn two inninis j empire In chief -Qutrler Field . umpire- Kuanii Time 1 hour slid 43 minutes AMHERST NABS FIRST GAME Troonrri Williams, 13 tn nelnai Fonr Itnni Hehlnd. Amherst, Mass., May 20. Amherst won Its first game with Williams here this afternoon by a score of 12 to . It looked dubious for Amherst at the start when Williams crowded four men across the plate In the first three In nings. At this point Amherst started to bat Young hard and tied things up In the fourth. A hatting rally In the eighth produced eight runs for Amherst and drove Young to tho bench. Honin son of Amherst was relieved In the third1 by C.oodrldge. who held the visitors safe , all the rest of the game. The score: WILLIAMS. I AMHEflST ah h p a e Rome rf .12 10 o, c.,i.lr r. . tt nvinniirieH tK I n - 1 rt Toolati.ef r, 1 1 o n-vi'TernHn.u 4 n 2 o n1 r, 0 4 2 2Nw.lr f.. I I M Clark. ss , s.un.3b 4 2 0 0 ninrown... .. 4 2 1 0 I Var..ne.,b 1 c 1 s vi.Monruc.:n .a 1 a 1 2 10 0 OiSee.n. . 4 2 11 0 0 i vmincp. . iioupn.n lA...1l A 1 0 4 0 liobln.nn.n. oonoi 0 0 1 2 0 liooi ridte n 4 1 0 3 4 2 1 0 IVIdnry'r.lh 4 0 2 0 iiinr-,,., . I M'biuch.lb 20901 Vents . I o 'i " 1 Totals ... 55 I 27 4 Tnlnt. H 9 "I U ft Batted for Ilrumbsurh In the ninth lnninr Willlama 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0-6 Amhert 00220100 x-12, Hull--Rome, 2: Onodrleh, McTernan. Onnd rinirr. .-.watery, iiii-ii, ., pt,., ,u. .....1.. l.armnnu Clllel.lee Hau-.II I.ef, on ba'ses Aniherst. 2:" Williams, 12 Stolen . re r1.1, UIaIiU. C ,. d u (ioodrlch Sa'rrifloe hits' Home,' See Double Idajs-Onodnch and .Monroe; llowen and' Ilrunib.iiif h First base nn hull, on llowen, a: on unntnson, -; nn uoniirinre, , runic nut P.V Yniinx, .1: by Kowen. .1: by Hontn son. 1: by i.nonriiis-e, u. i-nasea nana wee. Powell, 2 rmplrcs-I,uh and Lincoln. Tune 2 hours and 10 minutes New York Slate league, AT ELMIHA, n. it, r.. ftlca intuitu o & l Hlmlra 01000010 i t S II natterlea Ultra. Hrowrr and MacDon ouwh, Hlmlra, Oesaau and Demla. AT THOY. H. II. E. Albany 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 5 Troy 04001000 I ft 7 2 llalterlep Albany. Weiss, Jacobs and O'Connor, Nagle; Troy, I'araona and Fll gerald. AT niNOUAMTON. H. It. F, Syracuse. .,, 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 II 2 Hlngliamton, , 00100030 i 4 10 llutttrles Syracuse, Hell and Tyler; Illnghamton, Adama and Peterson. AT UClt ANTON, H. II. E. Wllkeabarre,. 10000003 04 7 3 Hrranton. .,. 1000001. 1 x II 3 2 Hattartea Wllktsbarre, Meyers nnd lingers ; Hcranton, Scull, Duchrsnll and Miller. ravelfln Coast league. Ixia Angalea, 4; Oakland, 3. Portland, 6; Venire, 4. Wcwtern iMgue, Pea Molnri. 2i Denver, 1. All other gamea postponed; rln. Ylrrtnla League. Portsmouth. 6; Newport News. (. Norfolk. 6; Suffolk, 0. Hocky Mount, 0; Petersburg. 0 Innings; darkness). (nlns IIASKIIAI,!,, I'olo (irounda Te-day, S5 r. Al. uiania vs. i-iiiaDurgu.--av. SALLEE CALLS HALT ON BROOKLYN SPURT 1 f Five of Dodffprs' Kipht Hits Arc With Two Out, and Only Ono Tally Ttcpistcrs. DKLL FOKOETS HIMSELF 811m Sallee pricked the hubble of Dodger enthusiasm at Kbbetw Kleld yea terday afternoon In llrooklyn'a first clash of the year with tho Cardinals. He chopped right off In the flower of Ita youth a fine little winning spurt on ih nnrt nf Itnhble.'s men. Tears may . da ttirit however, for with Malice out of thn way to-morrow appears a Blun der, brighter day. Sallee bfat Hrooklyn by a score of .1 to 1. Whecxer Dell was the victim of Kallce's good south arm. and though he lost he la t be highly commended, lie wa the victim of inexperience, A mis take of Judgment on the part of Dell In ,.. inning .Imnlv mined his game. I With two out Dolan walked and stole second, Jack Miller dribbled to the box. Dell had all manner of time to toss out Miller. Hut evidently he forgot that two were out. because he played for ' Dolan going to third, It looked as If ! Schultx tagged Cotv sliding In. hut 1 Kmsllti ruled otherwise. Ham Hyatt. I the pinch hitting marvel, doubled to left, I ii.inn n,i Miller. i In the reennd with ono out Snyder I singled, lie meed to third on bailee's I Texaa Isgucr behind tlrst. Ile.'.her hit sharply tn the hot. There waa nn excellent chance for a double play, but Doll's toia to Cutahaw was faulty. Tho i latter's necessarily belated throw to Dauoert Just did miss doubling the ' speedy Hoocher nnd the mlsa allowed , Snyder's run to count. I The Dodgers began well, but stopped dead after the tlrst Inning, Doubles by , Stengel and Wheat with two out gave them their wly run in round one. i no great trouble with the homo team was r: ..J... ...... 1 mat live OI lis eiKiu mi , two gone. The flrst man up never sue- cceded In getting on. Sallee seldom was In the Hole nnd wnenever lie was ne , ..n .,Ma mii ih.1 nosers look foolish. O'.Mara and Dau-' ,ltrtfor illKtance. singled with only one, i ih. ililr.l .irui'V nut , no made ine , HecK.Sh. 4 o o n niiiatinert.in ; i " " liolan.rf ... 0 5 0 .?tetiEe.rf 4 2 2 1 0 i.iMiur - n. .Tiaa e ineai.ii llano iiVjii nV 4 2 J I ii('mli.i.:b. 4 o 1 1 wil.on.ct '"1.7;" ,fifr,i'i.' 4 l 2 n f v i or el . . 1 o I 11' 4 0 1 2 i hlllU.Sb, 2 2 0 1 3 4 I o oo Miller.c . 4 o a i o 4 114 0 Drll.p ... 3 n 0 0 - Hummel ..1 0 0 0 0 ion... ...... - Baited for Pell In nlntli Innlnt s, !,(,. ;inoofl0083i Hrooklyn i o o o c o o o Miller. Snyder. Stengel , Htiti" Dolan. J Vtr.i hiw mi errnr. M Lnllls 1 lft nn l ...,. t,.Al.l.... a f ... I naa l iiilis, ri mi-ii.ii. - '..-- Oft Sallee. 2: off Dell. 2 Struck out -My sallee. 7: bv Hell, . Mnien Pa.ea-noun. HUH. 4 ..iinr mi, v. mm.i Iiouhle plav sallee, J Miller and Ilvait rniplre In ehiet lilem: field umpire. Emslte . i.n,.P Hnil a: minute Time--I Hour ami jiumiies DALE ECLIPSES ALEXANDER. .Iiulls Phillies In Cnnr (loots. While neda Pnnlsh Hull llnril. PlItt.APEt.rillA. May 2ft The Phillies got oiilyfcir hits off Dale to-d.iy, while Alexandi'n.'wPH lilt bard and Cincinnati won l.v It A. Jtiii inn j iuiiir.- lun were homo nn, drives by Cravath and Uecker. Tho score: ntvetv.Tt W l.i iMiu.a , s- 1. 1 - Vbhpae nb hp a larh of . n ? 2 o (.'Mineroft.s. 3 .1 4 trrtn ... 3 1 s " Sln.'k 3b " 0 2 'I J W.IK'fer If 3 2 3 0 o'llirnejl. i;nil b I l 2 lin ker If i.nftlili.rf 4 10 0 f. Crav.iih.rf . VK'lnltr 31 3 1 4 o I'askert lh M Iwitr lb 4 012 n ( N ehotf .h Dnoin.c ( I 7 u n'Visre( . H.ile.p .3 0 0 3 0 WillK'fer c , - - 'Alex der.p 3 I 3 I I I 0 o 3 0 10 1 1 i t 0 ; I ! 3 0 1 .1 . I f 0 d 2 0! l i o 'I j Total. 33 It 27 IS " Totals "1 4 27 20 3 ciiHnnatl 1 1 o (. o i n j o Philadelphia o 0 o 2 0 0 o 0 0-2 .,.,...., iwkn. Ij.ath 2. Ilrrroc :. Ornh Mnl'wttr I mo base lilts l,r:,h Hero: saerlllis1 Int.- lt.itn.Ton. .Melinff Herrol. Wade liilllfer. Dale Stolen lm.e Dniilli Three ba-s- LH lacll Hiinie run. Meeker, Cravath l.eft on bases Phllsdel ..hi., i! ('in.snniti. 4 struck out- Mr Alex ' ander. a: by Dale, e llrst base 011 error After Cincinnati First ba.e nn balls Off Dale. 3, nn Aienami-r, . liiiihi r, .isic-r .in, .1,11. Time-1 hour and 44 minute INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Yeterdra Tlesull.. ?;wark, 9; Hoeheater, 3. lltiffato. 4; JerT CltT. 1 nieb-mond. 7. Montreal. 4. Toronto, 1; Providence, tt. standing nf the Clubs, W I,. PC I TV I. PC rtlehmond.. 13 7 Rochester.. n.n.-M.n.. 11 7 AllVewelt 7 7 s ( 13 pitrfaio .. ATI .tere.r city Montreal to .MS Toronto, Tn.da's schedule. Newark In Hn,',h'e",r- Jersey Cliy In HiilTilo lrnvl.!enre in Toronto iitrnnioiui in .mnireni o, , niiffnln. ............ nnninnnnn I s i ?n?onnnnw! s 0 I 'It v. Verhout Thump . i-r,v Cltv (I. L ) ,i.,.in.i 1.1 Ol n. ,,..(.. i.r.ev Cllv. Verhout Thnnin 01 wili.e ami Yells, lluffaln. Fullenw l.ler and Casey. At ItiH-bester. It. H. K Newark (1 I. I 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 03 9 2 Hoeheater 1 1 I. I.. 2 0000001 0- 3 t 1 itM.ri.. -Newark. Hnrtnatin and Herk inner. Hoihesler, ItuencKe. nerrne nnu i.rwln. At Toronto. n 11 n 'I- lf 1' 1'rovldenr. .. J J ' ' .5 ' H.nrr.nln . . . .. 21 S000 1, X Ifi .2 O Hatterles Providence. O'Hrten. Cnm.tork and Haley Mn.terninn. Toronto, McTlsue i and Kelly At Moid reel II. II. n ntehninnd.. . 0 n 4 .1 0 o n o o -. 10 .1 Mnnirenl i " " i " " ".."."r,' '.. ' Halterles Hu.sell and Krlehell, Mc Hrayner and llowliy. StrnnK lit stnrt nml finish. Cathedral College opened and finished Mtronitlv In defeating St. I'etei's College) of Jersey city In Its annual baseball gamo at llronx uvni yosieniny ny n score of 12 to B. F.irrell, the victor's pitcher, had two bad Innings, hut he allowed only seven hits nnd fanned eleven halters. Ilaiighney, the Cathe dral captain, made four hits, which In cluded two doubles. Tho score: n. h k Cathedral 40100014 x 12 14 3 St. Peter a. .. ooauyusu o n i 4 Hatterles Cathedral, F.irrell and Shana han. St. Peter's. Mahnii and McOnrmlck. Sniilbern League, Atlanta. 2. Little Hock, 0. Mobile. 6, Memphis, 1. New Orleans, 1. Chattannnxa, 0, Hlrmlngham, 7, Naslivllle, 1. South Atlantic League, Albany. 4; Clmrle.ton, 2 Savannah. 3; foliimluie, 2 (It Inuinga), Jarliaouvlllc, 4; Culumtdn, 1. Maron, 9; Augusta, 2 (s Innings; rain), Texas league, Houston, I; Shreveport. 0, (Inhesion, ; Fort Worth, 6. Dallns, It; Ileaumont. 2. Waro, 5; San Antotito, (thirteen In nings), Colonial League, Hartford. 3. New Haven, 2, Sprltisni Id. . I'nwtiirket. , Hrorkmn, 6. Full IHver. 2. Tuuulon, , New llcdford. (, FORDHAM UTILIZES WILDNESS OF RDBE Mpndows Gives Eleven Passes and Mt. St. .Tosoph's Loses by Seore of 9 to 8. 1KA THOMAS ACTS AS SrY Kordham did not exert Itself undulr yesterday to defeat Mount St. Joseph's ft to S on the Maroon Held. It was the fourth consecutive victory for Fordham, and Kuho Meadows, the visiting mounds mnti. nrnvnl wild and unsteady He gave eleven passes, which the Maroon .used to good advantage. Kordham men stole second base on five occasions, and ent runners ncross the plate by the uso of the hit nnd run style or attacn half n doxen times. In the sixth Inning, After two Ford ham runners had been retired, Cnpt, Kane stole home. Knne and Klenian proved reliable when hits spelled runs for the Maroon, especially In the fifth and sixth sessions. Conway held the visiting runners down to the bases by tine throwing, so that while the losers madn us many hits aa Kordham, the Mount St. Joseph's men had been cleared from the bugs when later clouta came to score them. Ir.i Thomas of the Athletics enjoyed the game. During the nine Innings he sat In the crand stand watching Third Hasetnnn Carroll of Kordham and Sec. ond Itasemali Malnne of the visitors, w ho made a home run. He Interviewed this pnlr nrter tne contest, i ne score i MT, ST, JO'Kl'II. I roilDHAM ah h p a e iti d J I ' "I'T.lf J i fl'VI'lh' 5 J I t I J 0 i IWern.jtlu 4 2 6 t 0 MnrZan c. 4 1 10 e ronwnr.n... 2 100 Cahill f... 4 J j o J KanOf ...4 2 0 0 0 M J J itab'.Jtt J 8 J if; J J j J Jjian'.Vt s o 5 i 8 .Mcn,inw,p soil I Walib.p. ., 4 0 0 t 0 Tolnla .32 H24 10 S Totals l 27 mi m jo.enh ooot oioo j s Kordtlimr .. ...... 1 1 0 0 3 3 0 1 X 9 . Conwar K.' e 2: Shankey. ' iilon. Morgan Walmaley lft on nae-r oronarn. t; mi. m jntpn. i. in n-s iiii-"mii',w 1.1 .in.-nh. i ifshlll llome lb"tolea ' fT.es lU?i Hhanke,. KelWurr. nerVlfin" t; nn.,hi. i...M.1nn ami Harris: tioura and a. minutes. GIRIG SUCCUMBS TO BERNEE. Minna Clever Defence Wladek hjsiko I'leanea Crowd. Six houls were decided nt the eecond session of the International wrestling tiinrii.iments at the Manhattan Upera i,m,rt last night before another big orowil which manlfostM plenty of en- . .... .k.. ,umv i. ini!,tK!ll lt"llt;l IIIU n.rpu.in u- . . , . , . came laei ami lunwu., ,o it i"i"ri" , ., , .x.. , , . n .v,. i..t..n II 111. I I1H iUl UWUl " . W.lheln, Herner of (iermany and Her- an Ulrlg of Switzerland, proved to be th.. bet of the lot. Olrlg had the sym pathies of the spectators right from the start nnd he alst) displayed some ex cel dlngly clever Mefenslve work. Includ ing some excellent bridging. All the rooting of the crowd did not avail him :iti thing, however, when after ten min us's of wrestling Herner obtained a, utes or wrestling iierncr ooiamcu n. .lottble arm lock and pinned the luck- vt,M ti. ih. mat. The time of the Sbyiko n....le nn '"'"t '"T.1"" nbn5 t ay In which ho thre -l" nJ,f ! " 'It wun a revrrsn uu.i, num .. . .... .. .! utes 3r. seconds, it wns qmcK worK nith.it Hie crowd appreciated. Oeorge l.u'ieh. the Kusslnn. hr.il ,.nrln I1V11 ..f r.ir.gual in ., rough and tumble bout that lasted .1 little over three minutes. tb.it lasted .1 little over mreo minutes. The longest bout of all was the tlrst. In which I.e.. Parilello of Paly and Kngle- b.,t S.andejski of Moravia wrestled fur an cxeti tlfteen minutes, iiiifn Standejalo succumbeil to a three quarter IICl.-OII. St Iinnemia. inrew .linen i . Ia. Wiv.tnl. with j. htn lork Time. illUlutes 2 eeeotids. ..,.. . . .hu h lleiannia. i-Tninnn. mrew r-ieinn Lacier, Au.trla, with a head and chancery bold. Tltlis. . minuie. is erennna (lenrge Lurlrli. Itula. threw Henrleo Sllvo. Portugal, with a hody hold. Time, 3 minutes 12 seconds, Wladek Zhysrko. l'olnnd, threw Olovannl Perelll, Italy, with a reverse body hold, Time, 2 minutes 3b isennda. Wllheltn Herner. (iermany, threw Her man Olrlg, Swltierland. with a doubla arm lock. Time, 11 minutes 42 seconds. LONGWIND CHAMBERS SCORES. Outpoints Hnaaford In Last Set of Two Hay Mutch hy 41 4. 471! . . j . (:i maries i namners ncain pmviMi uisv : he Is a cod llnlsber by beHIng A Has,- -1', ford. Jr. In the leftover set of their 1 fourth round match In tho Harlem l.awn ' Tennis Club o,n tournament yesterday. The tlnil score of the two day match vv.ih 4- 6, fi -3, 6--I, and like the tlrst two sets the third was almost aa long i .1......... ..nsslhlo In ono rallv late. ............... I 1,1 ,l10 -Ct lh pl.l era tried haul for .1 ","r'1 l'-v 'h.islng the ball across the net elxty-elgl.l lllni s before point was scored The summaries Men's Singles. Fourth Itnund C. Cham bers defeated A. lUseford. Jr., 4 4, 43, -(. II II. Manchester won from A. .1 O.tendorf by default V ard defeated U Flxiiian, 2--4, t 2. n 3. Men's lioutues, rirst itnuna r. Treanor and C. King won from C Van Pelt and I F liraef by default- .1 Vet and partner won from W. llnt.ird and partner by de fault. V.. 1.. Hlutnensrheln and K Hehar ' defeated I". K, Ilettlg and A. O.hinan I S 7. 3. 42; c Chambers and U DulKht won from K. W Pea.lee and part - ner liy defiiiilt, Hr. A. A White and A 1 M Lovlliond won from C. Hiirhnsr and inrlner hy default; II. II. Harris and I, S.'hlesliiger won from F. H. Vo.hell and . 1' c H.ixgs by default Second Hound- (I. llroeebeck and A II, hr defeated P Mead and (i. P. Parks : .', '1 -.1. P Treanor and C. King won from ,1. Fox nnd partner by default. Third Hound V Ward and H M. Phil lips defeated 11 (Irnesbeck and A. Hehr. 1 7 ,. 7--5: Or, Wall, nnd A. M Ixivlbond I drfeiteii II. 11. llsrrl.i nnd I,. Schleslnger, - 3, ti- 4. WITLIAMS GETS BOTH TITLES. Cnpt. I'ntler Slnra In llnnhlee nd Slntilra Sncccaaes. Hoston. May 20 Williams College won the New Knglund Intercollegiate Inwn tennla doubles and singles chain - plonkhlp nt I.ougwood to-day. Cnpt. (' Cutler and It. K, Mnynard easily ills nosed of P. 15. Woodbrlilgo and II. It. Stewart of Massachusetts Tech In straight pets, 0 '.'. -2. 2, This afternoon Cutler disposed of S. A, Kd kiiII nf Trinity In the llnul round of singles, fi 2, 4, 62. The Williams team played consistently throughout thn doubles, lidsall wns a member of tho 11)14 champion double team. Williams's victory In tho doubles was Its first since 190.r., American Association. All gamea poatponed (rain.) Prospect Park lliiseball llesulla, St. Auguatlne'a Academy, 7; Manual Annex, 4 (lood Counsel, f , Our Lady of Victory, I Hnismiia Hrade 3H, 1, Grade IA. 0. P, S, 131, Slu visum Trlanglea, 4 Triangles, Xromoat. Juniors, i. The summaries: 1 1 ir.r ; v. : I, en Parilello, Italy, threw l.nxlebsrt ,',. ,.,,, r, Na.au. 7. ilardlnr indejakl. MoraMi, llh a Hires-quarter I.i'J. ' i.iuhlng. 79. Percy It. Pyne 2d 1. 1.11 Tline. li minute. 1 J? V" ' 1 , v i,.xell. Sesrsdol;. Kii'l I'nspisll. Ilnhemla. threw Albert 1 v-rederlek llerrehn(T. Harden City. 2 ROY WEBB TAKES MEDAL A T GARDEN CITY TOURNEY Englewood Player's 77 Stroke Better Than Travis and Carter Nine Tie and Eight Play Off for Six Places in First Division. OAanin Cttt, U I., May 20. Hoy D. Webb of Englewood led ft field of nenrly 150 golfers In the qualifying round of the Oarden City Oolf Club's Invitation tournament this morning with a 77, Webb has a liking for the Oarden City course, for It waa here that he won his biggest trolling victory when he cap tured the chief trophy In the club's 191i Invltntlon tourney. Then too he auall flod close to the top of the list In the national championship of 1913! which was played here, nnd made ft good showing In the subsequent match play rounds until ft crick In his neck made him fall a victim to Archie Held. Therefore It was to be expected that Webb would do well to-day. but because of the eJxe of the field It wa thought that the medal winning score would be lower than tt proved to be. Webb played pretty steadily, although his card ehows little brilliancy. He was out In 37 and hit 3 on tho eighth was his best per formance on the first nlno holes, ivmin. in he beran with a somewhat unnecessary 6 on the tenth and got Into difficulties again on the fourteenin, ...k.n h. innV fi. A D on the seven- i..nili u,f4 n n a A on the short home hole acro-s the pond nlio helped to make the score higher than It should have been. The card: Hor 1). Webb. Hnglewood: Out.... 3 ' 5 5 tn ( 4 4 4 4 4 4 3t 44 07 Philip Carter, the metropolitan Junior champion, who won the Oakland tour nament last week, and Walter J. Travis tied for second place at .S, so Webbs ..,...,. ... i,v thn scantiest of margins. Carter threw away his opportunity for gaining glory by going out In 42. a o although he came back In an excellent 36 the damage wan none. Travis played a pretty steady game . nl, m 3) and mmlng back In the same figured. He had to hustle a bit to do that, for only a tine 2 on the home nolo enaoien mm id second place. Oardlncr . W bite w Ith a T3 was the only otr.er goner m " ter than tn. V. S. MacLaughlln of Scnrsdale helped to enliven the proceed ings by getting n, 1 on the reoond hole His mldlron shot from the tee trickled Into the cup. The limit for admission to the first sixteen turned out to be !4. and nine golfer tied at that figure fr the last six places. They were. W. W Hoffman. National ; n. C. Watson. Weatbrook : Max H. Mnrston. Haltusrol; Dr. I (iardner. Agawami Dwlght I'artrldge. Hedford: James R. Hyde. South Shore; O H. Whlgham. National: Hamilton K. Kerr. Oreenwlch. and C, K. Vnn vi.nv Jr.. Haltusrol. When It was found that they had tied, the summons ...... j rtu lint i.tr ih. ntavnff was Issued nnd all mu ..... , , mn.n-nl Hoffman WJiZZ Z?StY- it.. e.,.nii ntivofr after the qualify Ing round for the national title In 1913. e the eight golfers lined up on the first ... .j,v Three of tho eight. Watson. Marston and Partridge made the lltst i i nnd look three of tho vacant places, while the others who had taken f. wont on to the short second. There Dr. (Iardner ran down a putt for ie ..cure and a a 2 thus making hlm 1 moment later. Hde Joined mm 'i"'" the fold by getting a a, tne oiner inr-r ! fln UlUn to ptay th, ho e par ' ?0r hrremftln nr Wf mil Kerr won lh l"a whlgham and Van Vleck r. ., ,h, ...,, .uteen. , han,,fnip was plajed this , A v . i oaii i u; i , ' wor1 illlC li'uit .... ...... - ' 'd o oe Wv Walter "'' ""K V (, ,rdl:ier White, who ' TriMs and ,At!fi ' Twn turned In a . card 0 .0 . 1 w match rounds " V'SSl "r.,ify. .mi. lit . ii'm,. ' I'f"""" , "'K """res . 1 .., v-.a, .. .. ,....li unnl,uno,l Mux i Uhr. Haitu.rot. S3. ' 11. I-'H Harden , . n m, tt iarlon. nsiiu.rnt, ......tli it Dutch JiV'tVidxe. Hedford. x,. C II. Oardner At.iwatn. .4. James It. 'f,ut,.,, Shore, 9 4, H C Watson. Oarden City. 4 Cither Score. C i:. Van Vleek. Jr.. naltusrnl. 94. W W Hoffmi an. National II O. H Wblghsm. National. 94. W 11 Hhett. oarden city. !: F M. Kerr. Mnld stone. 31. T. M. Hobertson. Harden Itv k c 11 Drown. St Andrews, 93. H T A'ien. Fox HI1K 9M A, H Johnson. Sleepy Hollow. J. F A. Soldwedel, Canoe Hrook 94. r P. negers. Harden City. 94; c. K. ilVrdlner, Jr7 Oarden Cltv. 17; W It Simons. We.tbrook. 7. F. C Jennings. N-.s.iu. 91; J T. MrMahon. Oarden city in. M. L. Fenrey. Oxkland, ... r. l.hnnn Clnrden Cltv. 99: V S Marl.ftti'ghlln. Searsdale, S; n. A. HaHe, I 1". -' .a ,1 1. A.l.n,. V. linn, I olnll w,,, " .,: ':,,." v,,-i; W 1 Tr"d.ii l 1 II., . Vrsnk Vl'rlon -o J F Hyers. Alleshenv. 90. W p Thomson. Harden City 90, Frederi. k Hn.re l-ff'fj jVSieyVil.VnJn'ci.! Vn 'n il Parker! Oarden city. si. c o (;n'mt'ork. Jr. Sleepy Hollow. 91. It M Tarletoo. Oakland, ft. JameaA Stlllm.in . Sleepy Itoltew . 91 Waldo. llrooklavvn. 91, uniieri ,,,. w-e Hum. H . C Hall Hxrden ,",' "' c 1 Tiffany. Oanlei, Cv 91 I W. F l.add. . edarhur.t. 91 IMI Hi;t- i..ti cit.n cltv. S2. .lame. A Tyna. Ha tuirol, 12 James l Foot. Apnwaiu . 5? IOTKI.S ANI RKSTAL'ltANT. Cafe Boulevard Broadway and 4tat St. In the Newly Decorated Main Dining Room DINNER $1 LUNCH 50C ENTERTAINMENT Continuous dnnclnft nfterdln ncr mid durtnA supper. Exhibi tions by Mr. and Mrs. Paul dc Cordo. MUSIC AT LUNCHEON 1 CttcASctv 14 th Street, near Fourth Arenui Prince George Roiel Fifth Ave. and 2tth St Special ratra to ptrmantnt cueata. 1IOTKL HKI.l.KI LAll'.K, II way at 7"th St. hoheut u. hlackman, Vit. HOTKL MA.IKSTU', 12nd Street and Central I'arlt West, COIT.LAND TOWNSKNU, Mfr. rt tt' V, V. Vn.t.snft- 13. MUX 11 T. W. Potter, Weatehenler, !a. B. A. Thomson, Harden City, 1. 8. C Mabon, arnsiey, jj; k. a Wjlle, Itumson. (I. J I. Ulalr. Harden City. 2: W, Watson, nal- tutrol, tli Haniuel Atltion. Midland, 3. j. j. Manning, aardrn city, ii, c r. r. MeCnnn. Nas.au. SI. r. r. llaseinersr. Newport, sj K. (. H. niley. Fox Hills, 3; a. i'. i-aimer, eos inns, si; i,awrene Waterhury Meadowhrook, 81; Dr. A. fl. Morrow, Ilaltusrnl. H; Dr. M. Carpenter, Oakland, 04 ; (Irani Campbell, dreat Neck. S4j A N. Cnwpsrthwalt, Midland, it; r. It. (llllett. Wykagyl, 95 i Jamea Itertram, ft. Andrews, b; t). w, Pnlxe, Mtadow brook. : l rourlay, Bedford. 91; V, C. t.ongley, tkewood, X: J. C Lord, Oar d.ti Olty, , J N, Steele. Jr., Piping Hock. IS; II. I.. I'latt. Naaaau, t. S. C. Clark, Cooperatown, 07: T. T. Hush more. Oarden City. 07; William Thaw, l.akeTinod. 97; It O. Herner, Nas.au, 97: S P. flayiard, Olen nidge, 97: A. Holms., Wee Uurn. 97: W. F. 8. Hart. Oard'n Cltv, .; r. nuon. Jr.. Cedarhurat. 97; H. It Smltb. (lanlen Ctt. 99. J T. Ilurden. Oar- I "'n s. ii y, s; u. waxstarr, Tiiseoo, ss: li. .i. Jennings, Twaatraklli, 91; K. A. I.ynen. Cedarhurst, 99; I.. M. (Ireer, Harden City, 99; Dr. C. XI. Clerljirn, Midland, 100; r I. Tuppln. Harden City. 101; C A. Sporford. Oarden City, 101. Aymar Kmhury 2d, Kngtewoad. 102: .7 H. Ottley. Nassnu. 101: M W. I.lttlMnn. Oarden City, 102, J H. C. Tappan. Naaaau. 102; P. W. Owlnn. Jr., Montclatr, 102: Harold OndntD. riardea ftv, 102. A. H. Italney. Oreenwlch. 102, K. C. Monre. Mid land. 103; W, It Mills, Oarden f'Hy. 104, Tynr More, Oarden City, 104; Chase Mel Sen. Oarden City, 10S; Ur II. 8. Stearna. Oakland, 108, r F, Norton, Oarden City, 107: M. fl. Patnn, Oarden City, 107, 8 llouvter, Yountakah, 101; J, T. Terry, Ce darhurat, 101, JOLT MAROON RACKET TEAM. Moore Only Kordham Winner In nt. Pefer'ss College Meet. Not hnvlng practised for a week and rushing through examinations to meet the St. Peter's College tennis team, the Kordham tenm was treated to a defeat by tlfree matches to one yesterday on tho Mnroon courts, lly agreement the doubles counted only one point. Moore waa the only Kordham player who could best a St. Peter's rival, defeating Mecka lit tne singles. The summaries: Slnxler S'haw (St. P.) defeated Tlenann IF), a 1. C 3: Hewlltson (St. P.I Am. feated fOdln IV,). t. 03: Monre (F.) defeated Meeka (St. P.). 7 i. 1. Doubles Shaw and llewlltion IHt. PI defeated llenaon and Dodln (F.), 4, 2, AMrsr.MKNTS. HIPPODROME Mh Av.. 4.3d-44th 13 30, 1;4J. 7 A P. M. BETTY NANSEN iteanrrecltoo."! 10c Monderful I'lioln I'la) t p-io-llatri ine suns, ann i.iring I'ltmrcs. .i Charles t'haplln Film. ' IHIc 48th ST. THCA II, ofH'wayKvg s.20. .Ml. ro-roo'vv o: inurs. DE WOLF HOPPER At The tillhert A Sullivan liners Co I ihert A Su Ivan liners Cn . LAST 3 THE MIKADO TIMES I TOIAl RV II1RV mursuAi 4 & THE SORcERER MAY3 1st PIRATES OF PENZANCE srr.Clsl.MTIM.KII.COItATI4.M, . SHUBERT aV'TH II BY Mallli.cf-ur AWcU 2.11 " - Phi lit. Nell.on-terry Milton lo.ka.e l.eo Itllrlc lisceln llurr Mi Into.h lailnr Holmes llrandon linan l.eiirge 3tacl'arlsne Ko.e 4 oghuii TO-DAY AT 1:30 SHARP GREEN ROOM CLUB REVIEW Positively the Biggest Bill of Prom inent Artists Ever Assembled. A Record Breaking Programme Plenty of Good Seats nt Box Office Dl aVUflllCC 4th.i: ofli'uhv I'.vsslJ ra.es I liwwua. lHtlrersT.ini vv AWeil 2 1 SINNERS Itluve.l Sill res. ill Neil Xork. spi:4'if.MATiNr.r.iti:i,tn thn i llllllllTTIU (In. 111... 34111 A -tn Ave itiAnnHiinn i.i.,ni m.u Tm:is vv're.tllnir Tourualuent for tne Chntiiuiuit hlp of the World, preceded bv Stars and npeciaines, .xkuli.', mu .mi. , CORT 4tth, l!t of U roadway. Hva. s 30 UNDER COYER Matlneet To-m'w AWed, (Pop) 2 90. Ihe.e ev lork Leading 'I healres llav runinr Ti'wav ft 40ih St Hrssisio. Cmrini. Matinees tn-nrw, Wed , May SO. j- r.N(;(;i.Mi.NT r.xTF.Miifn iC i nth, sAit unvx. .h'.m: r. I iiK.vnti: ci.osi:i) tchshav may 21 OU-inHOMrUH DeNlO 6tlASC0'5 ALL CAST trt the drama-A OTI SKINNER elevT C GOODWIH ANN nuOOC HELEN WARE tOCERTvMrWlCH jofismnt viCTOt 4P,dKt.Llvlltt riltA rOCT09O-fr melNA (WHiKAYati CELEBRATED lubim Daitr. trvf BLY VlUlAVlt nd OIltlHb -.Tlts MMIM'.r. MIIMIM. MV .11 AT IIRCRTYW 420 ST Tiir.LIDCn I I 2 li A e 13. TWIi 1. I)all luc Sundai i i:v Abat Mat :-ii -ri Other Mat. 2.S-.V1-H D. W. GRIFFITH'S CH.A.STU M'lXT'.l'l.i: Symphony Orchesra of 10 HARRIS 42dSt .Wctof ll'way Hvs.stS l.at Mnlliiee Tn-niorrow 2 ilk i.sr :i ristr.s ILLINGTON THE LIE FULTON 40St Wc'tofirway Hves, syi TWIN BEDS Matinees TD-MOH'W A Wed 2.2i). CDIIDI IP West 42d SI I'.vj at s 2d ntrUOLIb Mats lo.niorinw A Weil 2 20 THE NATURAL LAW LONGACRE matln'kT: tVmuihi!()v!1S Lauuhinit A FULL HOUSE bv lilt 01 .New YorU ri c.l JncUson ICTflR H y A 46St 1)1 23I1AS..J ASlUlt Untlre Lower Floor, Ua I'.htltcllalc v.V II ui Scats II The sui"-rl. J2uli..S,ri lacle. THE ETERNAL CITY ' ".F.I, 7...I.!?.. sreTtetfk with raiilliie irrderlck. OtllnlCD nnl42ilM.nr ll'ivav Hvs s:ju tinnULLIt Matinee I ii.Miiitiiiin nee HHIOItHII" '.M'.'O. ON TRIAL in. Ml. Ill TjarU I'KIl I OIOIA.M i:. nOLUMBIA1' ?";BUflLESOUEV, :tnt I n in U lew KELLY behman show llth AH'way 2. Hi A: si IOC ll.r ' aMil anillie' Thelii 35l',5Ui'.iUeK SUI1 , A l'Hfe Mt Theliiiddess. Hiny NK w ply Mat 2frf.l Irene Franklin with flu rton OT R A M (1 . IJlBIPlJTnisjUiri'cn. Allan lllniliatt A XlilHllU bKlunlUlN i-n . ITImtiiM-I'our ( larl. A U , llrlk-hltio llrarhlvcidl, Aluaul llrui., utUcra. A" lu' CORNELL TAKES GAME ON MICHIGAN ERRORS niindips Hits Willi Them Early in Con tost nml Piles Pp Invincible howl. Ithaca, May 2(1, Taking advantage of Michigan's errors and bunching hits In the first, jecotul mid third Innings Cornell defeated the Wolverines to-day by a score of 5 to 2 Kcrgueon wa driven from the box In the third Inning after Cornell had scored Its five runs. Michigan's Inability to hit with men on bases accounted for I's defeat Johnson, on thn mound for Cornell, was exceedingly strong In pinches, lit the first Inning with three on nnd In the eighth with two on he retired three bat ters In ordei C e.try assisted Johnon greatly In the tlrst and eighth Innings by catching two dllllcult fouls. The score: MICHIOAN COtlNKt.t, ah h n a e ah h p a e Sbehy.ef 4 1 I n ,rnnovan.!b 4 2 1 3 Mcsjueen.;n 3 12 1' (.oninn.ri i i v i Hr.iiidell.si 4 I 1 J 1 li-.-iilnf.lb 0 0 2 0 1 Hlslrr.lf 4 3 10 0 Dill. ... I li 0 1 Htnton.e. 3 0 4 o Mellen lb 4 2 0 3 0 Maltbr.lb 4 o I o i. Clary.e 3 0 II 0 o I.ahadie.rf 4 1 I 0 Ilurpee.lf 3 13 0 0 WaJti.Sh. 3 110 o tuttrrby.rf 2 0 o o o VVrcuaon.n 1 0 0 1 H .tnhlis'in.b 3 I o ,3 o M'.N'm'ra.p 2 o n j 0'l.ndlclb learl . 1 0 0 n i. Wlntnry.lf. 3 14 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Tntala... 93 7 21 In ? Totals, 30 S 27 9 t Matted for McNamara In ninth Innlni Mlchlcan . oiooiooon. - Cornell . 13 10 0 o o o x ftnna-rirandell, l.ab.idie. tiotinrsn, Reatln, llilla fliirpe-. .lottn-oii Ti hae hit Sheehy Sairlflee hit Wsln -toleti haas Sheehy. Donovan. Keating Hills, nurpee Struck out- lie Kerriisnn. -; by MeNamars, t; by Johnson, s Haw. on hnlls Off Fr tuaon. t: off Jnhnanti 1 Hits Oft Perruann 5 In two and one third tunings: oft MeNu majA. 4 In five and two third. Intilnta Tfi nn bne. Mlrlilcnn, . Cornell 3 Honliin play-Tlrandell and Matthy Pas.ed ballt ll-nloti 2. Hit he Mlched ball He Kerrunn (Mills) t'mplre Flitin of Ituffaln Time 1 hour and 4S minutes roRscriilinrK Vies Willi Cnlemnn. J. Kerdlnand Pnggenhurg (2fi0) and Hal Coleman (200) will meet in the final game of the spring ha'k line tour nament nt Dily' to night In the semi finals yesterdav I'oggenbnrg defeated William c.ershel, 2.'.n to 17", and Cole man vanquished Jacob Kllnger. 2nd tn 125, Poggenbtirc's high runs were (tn, 24 nnd 21; (."rebel's. 12, 22 and 21: Coleman's, 47. 21 and 11, and (dinger's. 30 and 10 Pnggenhurg averaged K 10-30; nershol, 1 3-2? . Coleman, !. and Kllnger, R f.-24 AMCsf.MKNTS. WINTER GARDEN "WML?- Mat.To-Morrow lietlicli Seats. and It. So. LAbI WttK. MAID IN AMERICA Sunday Muht t'nni erl xtl star Hill ACIfUO H wav A 'H' St I l 2d vnuiw Mitt 1 uAU ii "A TVI'ICAL CASINO A MODERN EVE HIT KVi; MAIL comedy;!;,. I n-lit w Ttiri . The White Feather M'liCIM.M A I IM i:ill:i (III A I ION II Vt I VDIC IJ.Wnfllwaj VatsTmwAWcl m . . . . e . . 9m a k m a iivs.sts. I ML JIMIY vilnL My Henry I'l ""om nn I -i He ,c 1 DftHTU ("Hi W nt II na I'v. 3J Mat i-i en vv A Uo.l 2.T vi nine uimu dl THE BUBBLE 44TH ST. I via' vV of p uav l,v s 13, .in v A We I 2 11 nn: DElQftUT film witin i.ifion 1 .essfisiia uiua 1 KWU'Oltl). lle.t I ..in t. I)....1 111 New t.irk XIA MM I I.I II) I m is r 10 ,uvi i s ii ,u nr 11 r.v.s a 1, mu riii na in a (.nod llal-011 l'V l.l.'UI 1 VTr'Cl Seats. 7.V- A H 01 Iill I'iixjri 39TH ST. ihi 1 I Mn 11 if 1 unv i; a la i. m w A Wed 2.13 LOU - TELLEGEN In I It I X; 1 II V. M l. PRINCESS W V CN - I I . ,v u 1 ivl(llsl 111 I( M 1 1IXI1 III St I 1 I..-.S III I III M.VMIN NOBODY HOME i.mich1. tiuin I tjiit' Vtvi n I r I STANDARD vvav e. . , 1 1 A nil Pi n Hi onie Opera Co I'reietit. 'The Mikado" Next Week Mhe.lime of Nnrinsm'i e No llrallnas tilth ihe lv-oii 4 urn pan. I.I II, pnUnUie . iiA ul II wav A l.ld m bunAn d , i A w i . .11 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE All Laughs D1DV it'll A. ( it ' Irpri- renin 1'hnri . I S WITK ARNOLD DALY ". POP. MAT. TO-DAY, SEATS $1.50 to'.'iit "CANDIDA" s".' .1!.' iv KOU kEVER CAN TELL" lELTINGEr n Hil1ii:irfcHil.,.?a GLOBE ' rtA SPI 1 V V V ! ' 'I 1 l UV I.AV MONTGOMERY & STONE j ? 1 STADIUM c l.f We I Utah Mil.trfht r,i..ir llnrl.n I Iphincnia in T.turis e... rp . lf,., ' AlI'Mtv, 1 he 1 rOltlll OIHCIl , , I'l.w s "i-i .,1 . i I t I . i , K, ,s , N ,, , l( , ,,,, ,s 1 2t''' n m nu.i in mne lendli.c ng ..... i a i .i,c and unHma. . . ,,nv. llnik. r. i ii ,. . i- .' "a si CONEY ISJR lleSfliM Opens Tomorrow Pll I I ' I I 'I s ALACE",r, l.m' tf'iiner A Mooi ' VV ill I i i,cs ' li 'II I -i !'' d M . . r. .- v . i . . M .'. I,- A "" "BRDTHiROFFiCtHS" bi4i,iuv inwn in iiiuicu ua ii BtLB GAIETY VAi'M I "ii ( 1 1 imh i: i vii ii renin i i it " Zl EGFELO rflDN IGHTrROUC -vv.iji, v. HI, L.0UII, 3iStt r, -tn.