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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915.
Athletics Beaten Twice b$ Yankees Phillies Down Giants Harvard Takes Second Game From Yale YANKEES NOSE OUT ATHLETICS IN ONE 1 GAME: NEXT EASY Yonuir I f fins (!iv(s Out ,Silc(Mi Jinses on Hulls. Shut toi'itiii" Miijor Lenjjiie Ueriml. CltmVLKE'S DKIH'T VOW mackmk.v Ai'sriciors "Die Ynnkces helped thetneles to two gnme In Phllndclphln yesterday ami Rot even for the two time chastisement of the day before. They broke the tie for fourth place, nlthotiKh the Wash ington, heat the Bed Sox oner. The White Pox went further to the front liy trimmlni; the Cleveland twlco while the Detroit wero winning once front the Browns. YcsteriUt's ltrsults. New York. 3; Philadelphia. 3 (10 In nings, flril name). New Vork, IS; Philadelphia. 7 (second game) Chlcairn, S; Cleveland, t (flrM mine). Chlcairo, ?j Cleveland, J (second came). IVaahlnRton. 5. Boston, 0, Detroit, 4, St, Louis, :. Detailed Standlnr of the Clubs. o I . Lb f. n ra o j j ,e c IT 3 IS A 5 sjfill Chicago 4 15 3 l',io) 6 Detroit "7 7 6 s V 3 notion... "j "s li ; New York.. . 6 a 7" Washington.. 4 3 5 3 3 l & St. Louis 13 5 41 4 Cleveland..- 3! 3 1 7 7 8 ! 4 PhlladelphlaT IfS 3 4 "s "7 i HITlf Inst , , TO?.'. 71 71 3. E S rt is t; c, 40,3U(.tV 3i?S M3 73 711 MO 7JI?s! M9 7l!sjJ.37i si jail To-ilay'a Schedule. New York In Philadelphia. Boston In Washington. Chicane In Cleveland. Pt lands In Detroit Philadelphia, June 23. The Yankees won both ends of the doubleheader with the Athletics here thin afternoon, tak ing the opener In ten Innings by a score of 3 to 2, nnd the nlxhtcnp over the regulation route by a count of IS to 7. The second engagement produced a new major league record for wIMncss by a pitcher when Bruno Haas, late of Wor cester Academy, handed out sixteen bases on balls nnd made three wild pitches. Carroll Brown of tho Ynnkees, who once handed out fifteen passes when he wore the livery of Connie Mack. at on Uie New York bench nnd saw hi Borneo record nhattered. It was debut day at Hhlbe Park for two collegian twlrlern who had been enticed recently Into professional com pany by tho crafty Connie. Mack has almost rounded out a Jitney Inlleld to upplant his famous $100,000 combina tion of recent victorious campaigns, and ho Is now engaged In the task of re cruiting n new flock of hoxmen. In the llrst game Crowell, who gained quite n little fnmo at Brown University, was trotted out for Macklan Inspection, nnd ho made a noble effort, though defeated. Then came Bruno Haas, who proceeded to jimnsh his way Into the record book of taeball. Cronell's work In the first game must go on record as one of the fine pitching performances of the season, though the youngster was a trllle shy on control. This really brought about his undoing, .is the Yanks could not find his speed and curves at any ("Inge of the Journey. He held the Donovan boys to a lono slnglo In the first nine Innings, and then in the tenth saw his game got nway through a bad throw by Conway with two out. In the tenth the Yanks con nected for a clean single nnd a scratch hit. this combination putting the Now Yorkers In position to edge over the winning run. A peculiar feature of the first battle was that Paddy n.ium.inn. w ho hnn been doing ery effective second basing In the absence of Lute Boone, scored nil three runs for the Yanks. In the third Inning Bnumnnn counted on a pass, an out and a wild pitch which enabled him to ncore frcm second lase In the fifth he registered on another pass, Sweeney's mcrltice. Caldwell's out and High's sin ale, this being the only lilt off Crowell up to tho tenth inning, In the tenth Baumunti opened with n clean single to right, advanced on another sacrifice by Sweeney and reached third on Caldwell's scratch hit off Crowdi's glove. High fanned for the second out, but when Conwnx threw poorly after fielding PccklnpauKh'H grounder Baumann cored the ulnnlnir run. The Athletics tore Into Slim Caldwell with .1 tuMi nnd picked up two runs be fore the second out had been made In the firn Inning, Then they tamed down and were helpless after getting runners on the paths. In three different Inning) after the ilrst they got hits In pjlrs, but could not count. A pan to Walsh, StTiink's single to centre, Ixipp's Kacrl tlcu nnd .1 slnxie by Oldrlng chased In the two runs In the tlrjt Inning, Mc innls followed Ilubo with another hit, but the scoring was over for the Mack men, The second affair was a bitter chaser after the refreshing game which had opened the double bill. Mack had adver tlsid that Haas was to get a tryont, but why ho was allowed to st.iy to the llnlsh will remain forever a mystery. Purely the youngster has not been In the league long enoush to commit any crltno desi rxlng ouch a sentence. In the early Innings tho crowd was with the Worcester collegian, especially In the second, when ho fanned IVekluiuugh fur the third out with the bases full. But as tho game note on and Mack made no effort tn change pitchers the fans Inst all enthusiasm for the game and the uiigstei. Near the finish groans and rt rs supplanted the cheers of the en ller Innings. .lack Warhop wag In distress only once In the early innings, that being In tho second, when the Maclimen hunched four blows in rapid succession. Man nger Unti.ivan chased Cy IMeli nut to the warming pan. but Warhop settled down and l"y was excused from doing any ie sorvo duty in tho last two Inning after the Yanks had made victory certain Warhop eased up anil the Athletics bumped film for a Unci; uf doubles wlilili netted four urns. Sparkling fielding by the Yanks f en titled both nattlcs In Hie iip.-iiliig game Don.ivnn's -un i.lnynl without tho si 111 blance nf nn ,.rrnr and in the second game the two mlsiilajs wen- excusable. Birdie Mi free made a femarliable tun ning catch of Mabnie's drive In rli'lit fl'bl In the second inning, lobbm;- tin. batsman of a h tilple Mullen and I'ecklnpaiigh also featured with fancy lilts of milling. Iiiiiiin.tn's man mid'e P'ay durlt.g the ..,.,. two lOmliiR 111 eiub game v,J;'it.lJ.,l","U'' Wh" U"" ,"''" of the S ankles l,p f()r r.Vfrill , ,,. nue of a bruised shoulder. MtcVredmi FE W HITS OFF CHALMERS; NONE AT ALL OFF MAYER Relief Pitcher Keeps On Throttling Giant Bats Until Those of Phillies Finally Clout Perritt, Tesreau's Understudy, for Run in Eleventh. The (Hants have played the Phillies I six times ut homo nnd haven't heat them here yet. Tho fussy I'hllllen, with their 1 execs of Jabber nnd wind Jamming, played n Mronir pame nnd won In the i eleventh. They gained on the Cardinal. ' who were beaten by the Cubs. The l'lr.ite.s downed the Beds. As the Brook lyns were beaten by tfie llinves and the Iteds lost, tho (Hants held sixth place. Yesterday's ItcsulU. PhlUdelphh. 2. ,S' Vnrk, 1 (II lanlnRs). i Boston. J; Brooklyn, ? J'lttibiirg-, . Cincinnati, 7. Chicane, 5; Si, taiuK J. i Detailed Standing of the Clubl. Clubs. 1 : le Chics, no... 6 3 I 6 41 11'lill.vlelphls. 4, 4 St. Louis., Pittsburg. Illoston.. . 3V I ! 7' 7l' 71 I. 3. 7! A Ncw York.., 'llrnoldyn..., (Cincinnati.., Ilismcs tost., ll 7 S. 3j 42 Hi' 77I3I 7il7n?;': To-day's Schedule. Philadelphia In Nen York. Brooklyn In Boston. St, Uiuls In Chicago. Cincinnati In Pittsburg. nr W 1 1,1,1 AM II. IIANXA. A change of pitchers was made on both sides In the game between the Giants and Phillies nt the Polo Grounds yesterday, and It turned out nil right for one team and not nil right for thi other. The game lasted eleven Innings, and the Phillies won, 2 to 1, Guess which side fared poorly by a change In the box, Perritt succeeded Tesreau, who was pitching high grade ball for the Giants. The score was a tie when Poll entered Mayer succeeded Chalmers and more than filled the Litter's shoes, although Chalmers was pitching a first class game. Ho wasn t ns effective as .Mayer, wh' brought a side arm delivery to bear after the loftier wing movement of Chalmers and thus was all the muro effective, but was doing well enough. The Phillies did more hitting In three Innings of Perritt than they did In eight of Tesreau, while the Giants, who did thin to emaciated batting against Chalmers, did nono whatever against Mayer. The Phillies pounded away at Perritt until they knocked a run In. and there thu ! game ended, except for a perfunctory second half of the eleventh. Neverthe less Perritt made several gritty stands against the Phillies before they drove a run home. Although off of him the only npproach to real batting was done. It was Lobert's awkward playing of a ground ball making a base hit of wh.v awkwardness eliminated, probably would have been an out which enabled -tho Quakers to tally after nine Innings of drought, Fletcher gave a run to the Phillies lr the first Inning with a three base over throw. From that on the Giants fielded from good to gleaming, and tho Phillies pace In the defensive brilliance. "Horse shoe!" exclaimed a Philadelphia sym pathizer when Fletcher made a fine play. nut ir tnat feat was lucky a running catch by Crnvath. which robbed the ( Giants of victory then and there, was hujmt iulhi oe inci, nowever. is mat both plays were three parts luck anJ seven parts hard trying Fast, spicy fielding nnd the closeness of the contest made It n dandy game. The Olants don't win often, but they nro experts at giving tho team that beats them a hard rub. They say the Giants lead the league In hitting. All the lead ing they have done the last two days Is toward a team percentage nf nousht something. Chalmers didn't leave the game because he was pummelled. It was to make room for a pinch hitter. Same with Tesreau. Murray, who batted for Jeff, made New York's only run, so Inning of the second gnme nnd showed no 111 effects of tho accident. In this gamo Dcnov.in benched Walter Plpp. who has been batting poorly, nnd sent Charley Mullen to first base. The fact that a left bander was to oppose tho Yanks also figured In Plpp 1elng benched, Tho scores : FIKsT r.AMK NF.W YOKK (A In Pllil.A iA Ll ab h p .1 e ,ili h p a e lliah.cf. .. ft 1 o 0 m IV.ilsh.er . I 2 s 11 0 IVeli'ah.ss 0 1 1 D.Mrunk.rf.. J .' 1 0 0 Maiscl.tb.. 4 0 3 3 0 l.apli.c... 4 2 4 1 0 pipp.Hi.... 3 011 y ooiiirnu.ir,. r, 2200 Cree.rf . 3 0 2 0 0 Mclnais.lli. ; jr. 10 llartrell.ir. 3 n 1 0 0 Couwaj..'b 402:1 ll.nimii.7b 114.. oI'Murphi .. 1 11 11 0 11 Sweeney. c. 2 0 ft 2 0Malune.-.'b. . 7 12 10 CalilwelLp. 4 1 n 3 OjtSeh.ni? .. 1 1) 0 11 jKopf.tH 2 0 0 ,1 1 Totals... 30 3 3)17 OCruuell.p... 40020 ' Total" ,17 10 ?!) ir. 2 Halted for Conway In the ninth limine tllatteil for Malnue 111 the ninth iiiiun? New York 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 11 1 3 Philadelphia 2 0 0 0 o 0 u 0 0 ni Kilns New York. Il.nini.iuii 3; Philadelphia. Walsh, Striink Saeritn-e tills Lapp. Sweeney ., Ba-trell Double plays Haiiniaiin ami pi.np; Conway. Mclntils and Conw-nv; Maisel nni I'ecknipaujli Stolen bases Malone 2, free. Caldwell. Ilauiuniiu. I ft on bases -New York P. Phtl'idelphia 11 First base 011 errors New York 3 SI tuck nut -Hv Calil wall ft. by Crowell 3 First h.iso on balls (lit Caldwell ... on Crowell i. Wild pltelies Crowell . Bit In pitched hall lly Crowell iCreei t'nuures llidebriiiul and O'l.uiulilin rime I hour ami ': minutes SHL'IINII GAM K NKW YOKK IA L.i Pllil.A iA Li ab h 11 a e' ab h p a e llishcf .. 3 2 2 11 Wabh ef . 1 1 1 11 0 IVek'iih ss. 5 : i .'. I strnult.rl :. ;i .' 1 0 Mlil.-1.3b.. 12 0 7 o'iii,... ;, I 1; J Mullen. 111., i ol'J 0 ii.tllilrinv.ir.. I 2 0 11 11 (.'ree.lt... '.' II .1 I ljMellinls.il I .' v .1 11 llarlrell.If. ft 7 I 0 11 Ciinway.'ih 4 11 11 ;i ll.ium'n.:ii 17 13 01.Mal1111e.jl1 1 .1 1 n llnnuc,?)!,. 112 7 OlKopr.ss. 1 1 ;, 0 Niina'her.c .'. 7 3 0 u'lliias.p , I 1 1 t Warhnp.p 3 n 0 2 0' Totals . :ia 1;, ; 11 ,j Tnlnls "6 13 13 '.-' New York 0 1 ft , 2 ? I I Phltnilelpliin 0 11 2 11 11 1 0 S I - 7 Kuns s,e Ynik. Huh. I' I.iii;iukii -.Mlilsel i Mullen dee. Illirfell 1 1. 1 .1111:1 1111 !, Iliiune J.'un inuiku- Waihivi: Pliilalephui, Walsh, SlrunU I.apii. (Ildriiu .'. Haas Two bise lute Olilrin: Sn-utili Linui Thre luse I'll sltr lints Snciillie III' Mullen S.'e rillie II v - Mct'inih Iiuulili. iiaH ei kin n.i'i.ii liii'ins iiml Mullen- p-.-kinpauxb mid .Mall' 11 .-'oli-n line llaiiui inn, I'eel.io iOii.li Miilb-n l-li 1111 base -New- Vork II. Pliil'ul-Ipln 1 " l-'iri line- on ei iiii-sNcm York I 'lui id, i,.iiiia 1 struck out Hv W.-u i"ip I In- Dais 1 Firsi lne on bill, oif Mils Wild liiliie llnna .1 n ,v liilehiil I1.1l1 lly Warluyi idldniK, I'uiiures U'l.iuuhlin mul 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 n 1 1 1 Tune .' hnnr, 11 il I 111 1 in II C.-K Nut lb Carolina Leugiic, Wliis-iiii-Hali-in. I; charlotte. 2 Iiui ham. 3. HiccmOiiiro, 7, Itii 'lqh. ; Ashetlll-. 7. II t-LIt l,l I'nln (irounds l o-ilsi, ,-,:!() P. M. iil.1111 vs I'llll Idrlplil.i Y ule lliiruird llu.ebikll Jiame, Khhels I Irlil, Hntlirds June 2Mb .1 M set veil nnd link seats 011 sale at Kbbeta Meld unit both HpaliHng itorts. Ailv. I the shift Justltled Itself, thuiinh after! I th.it Jeff wo. invo been h more vul-1 nable matt than I'eirltt. Tho gnn.e was In Its Inf.incv when Bauer, ft dribbled a grounder to Fletcher nnd It hadn't pjssed beiond the puling J the Braves winning from the D disers "hSTh .lndn X SrdnKi U 1? ? ' 'hc "7" T third. Byrne rammed 11 single through 1 e" oppoed his former br ther In arms the Inlleld and brought Bancroft home. ' Pat Basrah, who had much the better Bjine on two outs ami Cravath's hit of It. Dell was wild ns a h.iwk nt times came sj near getthw In that he was I . t ,. . , thiown out nt the plate bv t)ole. .'"bl often the bases were Jatmied. Double plays tinned the Quakers luck 1 Hasan had fine support, the only error .1 couple of times and on one of them1"' ,n" Kamc Mn n ""l' hy Maram ille, Fie teller made a wonderful stop of a ll"' nr-neccssary haste hard hit bail. Merkle threw out a man T1'f champions got away In the lead nt third after semrjlng back for a base Mance singled, went to second on hit which had been slummed through his Mar.mvllle's sacrifice and sc red on It.i position. It was a splendid throw he '-'i"1'' lnle. The visitors got to Bag.-ta made to head off the base runner nt ' 111 tnn "'I"' r'"" two rim. MeOarty thlnl. 1 greeted Pat with a hot double down tho The hroul proportions of Gabby C C. Ml n,'M f1111 ll,le a'"1 "mushed .1 Cr.nath were lo..inlng up in the 4lliihbV ,r'l,i' ' centre, scoring MoC'.irty. Dell path nil afternoon. In the second Innlr.g C!U,U' through with a hit to right mid with two out Itobertson made 11 11 Infield (,et counted. O'Mara led off with a single. Alerkle singled on the ittn and double In the sixth nnd Myers was hit. hit iitid Itobertson tried for the plHto, 1 Daubert bunted, but llowdy threw coached by Kddle Grant. It. was M VMara out nt third. Culshnw filed out Judgment under the circumstances two an'' PtUpatrlck threw out Wheat, out and perfect fielding requited but Thc Braves went to the front nunln the Crnv.ith-Bancroft lelay wn perfect . I" ,hrlr lalf of ,he iltth, Mnseo singled and Dave was scotched. There were nni1 "l0,t'- scoring when Mnranvllle two on liases In the seventh with two I tripled over Mers's head, Get threw out when Cr.ivath came clomping along ut Gowdy. but Maranvllle beat Dell's the xerdtire for a short flv from Merkle return to the plate of Italian's slow and thrust out his gloved hand like a ; roller, The score; collection plate. Thc ball flopped Into I HHOOKI.YN (X. L.) ! 1IOSTON (N I. ) It and stuck as If the huae leather area , ab h p a e ab h p a e had been o miirli silebe niii.s .O'Mara. 4 1 0 7 0 fill Ick.Tb. 1 e 0 tv 0 V'i. 1 f ,J , a' '.Murscf .3110 OMiltiert.rf . n n 1 0 0 thief Meyers showed the way to New Daulsrt.ib 4 0 14 0 0 Connolly.lf. .1 1 n 0 York's run. The chieftain singled In the Cuilia.:b 4 0 3 3 0 Smith. :b -.71710 eighth. Murrny batted for Tesreau and walked, Snodgmss sacrificed. I.obert n" "tin , 1111 tin uiv Mil, lu iianctoii, nenriy tne wiiitn or the dia mond, and Bancroft slung Smith, Meyers's envoy, out at the plate. Smith's slide was over toward Brndhurst ave nue, but he'J have been out Just th c.iii.e iiau oe gone in Siralgnt. .Murray anil I.obert took practically the Inst chnnoo for a run. u double steal, and tho former scored. Kllllfer's throw to .Mehoff was low and couldn't b- handled for a return. Moran was to the fore In the Inst three Innings, fussily pouring alleged wisdom Into the ears of his serfs when iney came 10 nni. Jlaybe he gave rtcrci instructions for 11 base hit 1 mysterious stuff, deep stuff. Anyway. 1 buzzing nround that way makes ou look wise. Whltted was left In the tenth, although he opened It with a two bag ger. Perritt pitched that liming out nicely, and nil the sapient subtleties of .Morn 11 couldn't bring Whltted home. The Philadelphia procedure In 'tho eleventh . t. ' i.i.,.i.i.i ...1.1. ..... than with sinew. Ilirne hopd .1 hit to Lobert on which 'the latter figured the bound poorlv. He fielded It with his shin. Nlehoff sacrificed 11.. plate, but got In Smith's way long enough to prevent n play btlng made Oil Bvrtie .It second. Smith ,inl In Hlsler about It. but PJgler wasn't In- on third nnd on n slow, high Jumping prod from Luderus to Doyle Bvrne counted. He was In long liefore Poile's throw, but In taking the long chance to' get him Larry made the proper play. The score: PI1ILA (N !,. ! NFAV YOUR (N. Ll a.bh P" ?L . . ah h pa e 3 0 r n 0 Hyrnc.sb ........ u. 1, V... Il.ld'l CI S 7 0 7 0 Lohcrt.Sb 4 (I ft 7 0, Cravalh'Vf 4 ? ' 1 o'l! iiurn.Vf 1 1 J n n 1 e A iMayer.p.. 0 0 1 n o'tMurrav 00000 1 0 0 3 o 1 , Perritt. 11 1 loiai, 11 y u 11 1 ,n t , Totals ,J 6 31 17 1 'nailed for Chalmrrs In the tsnth Innni tllaltnl for Tfr-au in the elchth Innlnj Philadelphia looonnooooi ' New York ..0000000 1 00 e i ' Kuns Philadelphia, n.mirnli Ilirne; New ;ork. Murray First bate on error-Phlla-dflphla 1-cft on baaes-lMiiladelphia . New oft TesVrau 7 Struck out-ll7 Chalmers 1 hV Mayer s, hv Tesreau ; hv Perritt : Two base hit Whitlnl Sacrlfli-e hits 'i-i,r,ff Snmlsrasa Stolen Luderus ih .-. 1 t t nlFi.iM,.,'.. , , , I Struck nut-fly Ilnton ' .Iiecker.lf .3130 o'lton'tsonlf I j 0 n 0 n",!""J' ' u.v hvhllleil.cf. 4 110 O'Merkle lb 4I11IO Barmon I Two bas- lilt. Kil '.iftn.t - . A r'" 1 ' " I ' mnn ThcM. hns li ts--Il.ltrd. oases juisri. Murray Off Chalmers. ; in nine Inniuis: off Mayer, 1 imur in 1,11 iiiiiiiijcs. nn resre.ni, 1 in cicht !liinitis: nft Perrin. in three i,,;A.." if"' 'ire lu Met Ulster Field umplre-Ba'rt i -ime 1 nour and Zi minutes JOHNSON BLANKS RED SOX. ' Keeps Tlirm From Hitting; Willi Men nn Basest (.nnilll Stenl, llniiu.. ! I WAHIIIKOTOV. .limn "1 l...ni... . - -"' tii.ii, mi, to , bit Walter Johnson safelv with men nn Double jilays-.N'iehnff. llancrc ft an.l l iefii;- "v0 facrince... which ueiir. in- , n Flctch.r Ilnyle and Mrrkle? Iloyle Flelehcr T"nK' ""d wn ,n0 K'ln,p' " 3' t!'"l'r .111.I Merkle Wild pitch -Chalmers lilts- relieved Sallee In this Inning. The bases cost the Bed Sox to-dav' mm.. Hailed tor S.dlee In the fltlh itininc ngalnst the Senators, score 5 to o i'i 1 f"r "r,"''r '"" ,"nUl ",nl"s' Mays, the visltliu ' i So I I I S J t-l n-' .Jnnl' V"'1"" llir,,',hll""t K..n.-St Louis Hill ler. IVsohrr. B.alt; oer two runs. 1 he same conditions put Cluenu-o. Fisher Schtille. snlcr. Williams two tn te runs over In Washington's hilf Archer Sacrifice lilts Phelni. 7: Mi-Larry or the eUhth G uiiIII'm ib-.i s I......L Two ba- hits -leliulle Fisher, lies, her u..J fi. rl u'l",M'? s,e'" ,,f l""' Unix Three bise hits- llutler Shillte. was the reature of the game. The Auher llon-e run Hyatt Double play score: Fi-tier and Slier First base nn lials..tif BOSTON i A Ll ' 'A. I. i ahli p a e' i i it 0 a! 1 1 I A il- wash :iti h ti a e Hooper. rf Wiun?r.2b. speaker, rf, fawis If 1 0 OlMnellirrf i i 2 o t osier.Sb 4 1 '.' I) 0 4 10 0 0 Shanks If Milan. ef Gamlil.tli. llob'rel.lb I 0 11 1 1 lam mi. ss I n n r. .1 .Murgan.ib Girilncr.:ib 3 0 0 I MAInsmitTi.e 3 0 .1 0 3 n 0 ll Thomas. c onto Mellrlde s 3 0 . 4 1 110 11 'Hen'ksen Mays p.. . tGrlner .. 1 loon .Inhnon.ti. . 2 0 10 1 o o o o' Totals . 31 7 27 0 Totals ., :r, 7 21 13 l t!!?!!''! f,'1r T,1"""'1" '". Hie ninth Innlnx tll.itted (or Mays m the flint li Innltir ll.itlon . 10O00O000J) n-isliirgiiin. ii o 0 o n j -. j j; KutiH - Wnslnimtiiii. Mueller. Shanks Milan, i.audil First liase on error -Wash initlou I. Ilu-lon . U'll on bases W.uhlnr ton 1 lln.iuii 1 1 First ba on bull, on J"hi I ol! Mays I Struck oitt-lly h!r't.;,r,;?;riT,,h,',a.e.J,,,,i:n;r, 1 nlav -Moelle- mil Gmiclll V,,, ),v Viiei'e,' ' 1 j . .'iii,,- i urce cae n t ball llv Jnhusiill l.Mavs I'niplres Nallln and Inneeii Tune I hum- mil 1.1 minutrs Aincrleiin Aiielullim. AT IMUANAPiil.ls l'lerl.iu,l .... 000 ) 00 3 0 -.'', !i 'j I luillaliapiillH . 11 11 u 0 11 0 11 11 ; 1 B.itierli's--Ciillauiiiro and llevuKt; Ilurke and Illai-Ubiiriie. AT LiH'IKVILLIl. ' I'lilumbus . . 0 I I 0 0 0 0 0 0 -' '!;' I l.iilllslllle .. ,'i 1) 2 II 1) 4 'J ll x 11 7 ii B-iltsrles - Fi'trj. Wnoilbiirn. iii)iurii I and Coleman. Ilet Holds, Bills anil I'lcm 1 litis. AT .MlLW.M'Klii: I M'.tue,iiii!ls. . 3 0 0 11 11 11 I t 11 JI ', I MlU'lillkie. . . 0 II i) 7 J u II II 0-1 1 '"illr es Harper. YliuMlna. Williams I I nnd Fi.llltuii, ill.arrliy, liuiiKhrrty and' llilghes. I Coliiulal l.i'iigiie, ILirtfnrd, ; Fall lllier, '.' (llrst giimel. Ilnrifiiiil. II; fall Hlvir, ii isrioml' I'.llliel Ni v Hcdford r-'prlngriflil, ?. Urn l.ton. s; New- !laeii, 1 Tauiiinn. ;i. Paw tucket, 0. Eolith Mlnntle League, ro'iinilius. , st.11 -iiinah, 2. Mlguila. 7. Jackaiitivllle, 1. I No uthrr Kanns scheduled I Baseball, Washington Park, .1i30 r, M. to-ila). Tip Tops v, Chicago Fed. Adv. ANOTHER ALUMNUS OF DODGERS HAPPY I'iiI Itiifrnn Sublines TIipiii This Time, 3 to 2, Same Score ns Day lieforc. I)r',t, HAS WtM) ssPI'l.l . i,rA,u " History repeited ll'elf this afternoon, Wneai.H . 4 110 0 Schmldt.lb i?i:i iJrJJ'r,1;'' 4 0 2 0 OlMatee.tt 3 7 3 0 0 4 7 17 Oi.M.V'vllle.ss 3 10 7 O'nondy.c. 7 10 7 O'll.Katl.p. 7 1(41 1 0 3 4 0 4 10 7 0 IICI7.31I Urll.p. Totals Mrooiilyn lloston 77 7 74 11 01 Totals. ,31 ! 77 17 1 .. 00100000 0--7 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 X-i Huns Ilrooklyn. McCartr, Osti: lloston. M:12,, . Maranvllle Tun has hlts-.Mc (irtj O'Mara. Connolly Three base hits " .Maranvllle. Stolen basfs Mage. Con I"11', wrlltee hlts-MaranUIle fchml.it ,', 'V.a.e.' Ilrooklyn i, llo.Ton 14 First bas (hi rror -HroiUlyn tirt n. on nin (III Iwl J. on Hirnn i Jin uj nnrnrr Ily Dell iFilpslrlck', br llaaan iMreri Struck out Hy Dll 1. bv H.nan 3 l'mpire Ii.mh n.t.l l-tanM INni. . 1 hntip mid Ll minutes HARMON ECLIPSES BENTON. riiunrta Beds' Attack While Ills Fellow Plrnles lilt Well. Cincinnati, .lime 2S. nob Harmon ' held the Beds safe whll his teammates battered up Benton to-day, Pittsburg "iklne cond nnd Inst game of the "erles. to 2. The score: PITTSlll'ltO (X. L.) CINCINNATI (N Ll oh h p a e . . . ab h p a e 'collin's et Ilalrd.Sb. Itmeh'tvrr 3 ? 4 0 o.Loaeh.cf 3 0 10O 1 n s n flTiinmhlrrf 2 0 10 0 ( : : I o'Mnltwitr.tti 11 1 1 0 0 4 7 10 llinn.s, S 1 ." 3 :"n.'; " 1 I , ypl niiwon.e. 3 17" o'firiinth.rf Harmon. p .4177 Olnison.ih . . , r,;;z ;. ', jyninnp To,lU 5110 :' 14 '.l&X lUar.p 1 I Totals 4:100 S e : 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 4 7 7 1 0 7 1 7 f. 1 7 1 0 3 0 1O0O0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SS 9 77 16 1 snatted for Dale in the elrhth inning. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 ft-7 IMi.lmrir 0 10 1 4 0 0 o- ,.... Pittsburg. XiHalnl 7 Blnchman. Waaner 7. Johnston nuns i.incinnmi, i.riuuii First bae on balls Iar I. off Killlfer. Blneh- azner. .miin rrnr and Moll ll "lnen Watner Joliti'lon. Lsrey nil n pllrhed hall-lly Ilenlnn I I'mplres-Klem an.l Kmsli Tune 7 hours and 17 minutes CUBS CHASTISE CARDINALS. Five llnna Mnilr In I'onrlti Iniilim (Iff sinni- Losers Tolnl Three. Ciiicaoo, .lime, 23, With the Cardl- na,s l"'nf- 2 tn n. 'h ff, Snllee In the fourth to-day for the Cubs fell upon two tilples, two doubles, two singles and two racrlfices, which netted them five ncore : . ... . . ST LOl'IS IN Ll CHICAGO I.V I. . . h ' ah ti p .1 e Iliillerss . Iles.hrr.lf Miller.:!).. Lmu.cf Do'an.i f.. Hyatt lb. lletrrl.Jb iinl"r.e 17 2 1 OGnod.rf I 1 .' 0 0 r. 7 1 0 0 Fi'her ss.. 4 1 3 '. 0 4 0 7 5 0 "ehlllte.lf 4 3 3 0 0 3 13 0 n's iter lb . 4 2 in o 0 lloo ojPhelan.r.b.. 2 n 0 2 1 1 1 lit 0 o'Willlnms.ef 3 3000 4 10 1 olArrhrr.e. 3 1110 IO04 o'McI.arry 7b 2 0 1 3 0 1007 o1 Vaushn.p. . 30000 1 n 0 0 0 2 0 11 1 0 Totals. 70 11 77 II 0 llooo' Sallee.p tin wr.p. tflliehe . T-u.-ils j.-. ji i o Y.iiiKlin .1 '-truck out lly Yaintlin. 3. liy Sallte I : by Grlner. 7 t'mplrcs Uulgley and drill Tun 1 hour and minutrs Mclean joins hick league. ll lll I'lny luninsi i-rnni. iinKrr in llelimnri- County (iniile. Mr.PtA, P.i . June 23 Another big sur prlu was mining In the IMawnre Comity League to-day when Malinger William Cloud Alexander of the Media club an nounced that he had signed Larry Mc Lean, thf New Yoil; (Hants' catcher who has been suspended. McLean's exact -alaty with the Media club Is. not known but It is no small sum. McLean will repot t to Alexander I'rl ilny morning and he will catch In the game against I'pland op Saturday. This ios-,,,:r ir "- J I'litukllli ll il.er, the foimer third Hacker of ;hc Athletics, and McLean. M estern la'UKiie. tie-. .Moines. It Out. lb I. 3 I Ini 11I11 . Denver I siiiuv rti. '., si .lu'pb. 4. Ii Iilla-Tnpeka Itulli SKEETERS RELEASE WILTSE; FEDS SUSPEND TOM SEATON (li-oige Wlltse, for many cats a star southii.iw of the illiinls, rinlgncil frutn the management of the .lerscv City In ternational League club )esenla. Joe Yeagei was appoliited tcnipoi ai'. leader or the SliceterH III place or the former Idol of the I'nhi (IroilllilH. WIUm staled ymlciilay that his resig nation was volimtar). lie felt Keenly the fuel that his rltih had procd tiuch n disappointment lu the race to date. WIIIko erfecled a satisfactory settle ment Willi the owner of the Interna Louai League club, lie Is now free to dispose of his services whet ever they may be deinnnded, Malinger Le Mngce of the Tip Topi WATSON TAKES TWO GAMES IN TWO DAYS Sloiifed Pitcher Hepcnts His Strniifrlinir of Hrookfeds. Henting Kinncrnn. Kit IIOHS AN'I) LITK COUNT Yesterdaj's Kesiilta. ,st. Louis, 7; Broiiklvn, 1, Pittsburg, Hi Nu.irk, I. Ilnltlniiire. 4. Chlmco. 3. llurralD'Kunsjs City Both games; cold. Standing nf the ( lulls. 1 V 1. It W. I PC. I Kansas City 37 :t '.; Nennrk .,M :s .Ms hi Louis .31 71 .HIS, Ilrooklyn. ..: 31 ." Pittsliurc . 70 77 ST1 llalllmore.. 77 34 ,3'H . Chlc.ito. .31 7' .517 llilflalo 71 40 311 1 Tii-da's Seheilule. 1 Chicago In Brooklyn. Uritiss city tn Newark. PI liuls In Baltimore Pltt'liurg In llurfaln For the second time In two days Southpaw Watson of the Sloufeds beat the Tip Tops nt Washington Pnrk yes treday nfternenn. He outpltched and otitlucked Flnncran by a score of 2 to 1, With faultless support this pitching duel would have gone Into extra Innings, ns not n run was earned. Halt's error cn Miller, followed by Hnrtle's two base hit, gave St. Ixuls a run In the second. In the latter half of this Inning the home team tied It. With two out lohnson fumbled on Griggs and then threw wild for Halt. These two mis cues were followed by Simon's double, which scored Griggs. St. I.ouls won the game In the fifth. With one out Wntson ilngled through Smith and advanced on Tobln's out 10 Griggs. Vaughn walked. S-nlth's error on Klrby filled the bases. Borlon singled t.i left, scoring Wntson with the winning run, On the piny Cooper threw Vaughn out at thc plate. The score: ST LOUIS IF , IlItOOKLYN iF L.) ah ti 11 a e ab h n a T.O.In f V.iuch'n.7ti 3 0 7 1 0l.Ma2ee.ib 3111 u.i-ooper.u a 1 a 0 1000 1 t 7 0 0 0 0 0 0700 0 0 0 11 0 3 4 7 0 10 0 n 0 13 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 0 Kirby.cl 4 13 0 o,lnward.3b. Itcirtwn.lt. 4 3 13 0 0,'Myera Mlller.lt 4 13 1 OKauKcf llarllev.e 4 113 OIKvansrf. lienl'li. , 4 1 1 O Smilh.ss Johnson, sa I 0 4 6 Jtririirra.lb... Watson p. 110 3 O'llalt 3b - Simon. e. Totals Jl 7 77 15 7 Flnneran.p. I Totals . : 1 37 if. Halted for Howard in the ninth Inning St Louis n 1 0 0 1 0 ' 0 07 Ilrooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Itiins-1! I-ouls Miller, Watson; Hrooklyn Gritfs First base on errors Brooklyn. 2: SI. Liens, 7 Ieft on base SI. I.onls. f.; llrook. Im, 7 First base on balls -Off Watson, 7: off Finnrran, 7. Struck out-fly Watson. 1; by Finneran. 3 Stolen base Kaitff. Sacnfliv hits Smith, Vanhan lwuhle plays-Smith ami Ontris; Vauahan, Johnson and Hurt on; Tobln and Ilortnn: Miller and Johnon lilt liy pitched ball Hr Walson iCoopen t'ni' plre In chief llrennan Field umpire Shale non Time-1 hour and 71 minutes At Newark. It. B K. Pittsburg IF t) 0 03 0 1 3 7 1 711 1 1 Newark (! L. . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 7 llatttrle Alln and O'Connor; nul. bach, Ilramlom, Whlt'housa and llarldsn. At Baltimore. It. II. K. Chicago IF I.) .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 7 Baltimore (F l.i 00001 10 34 S 1 Batteries Itsndrli and Wilson, Fischer. Ilalle), riiggs ami Owens BERNER UNABLE TO WRESTLE. Tlirer Boats Make l'i 1'roiraaimt nt International Tourney. Only three bouts wero on the pro gramme at the. International wrestling tournament at the Manhattan Opera House last night There were to have been four, but Wllhelm Berner wns not In good enough physical condition to meet Dr It. F Holler. In the longest bout of the evening Wlndek X.bysrko defeated Ivan Llnow with a body hold after 42 minutes anil OS seconds of wrestling. Alexnnder Aberg pinned Joan Tlgan to the mat In 11 minutes and 53 seconds and Leo P.ir dello, who substituted for Pierre Ia Colosse, wiestled twenty minutes to a draw with (leorge I.urlch. Trnclier Bent Clinton .Vine. I The faculty bent the school team of ! IieWItt Clinton High School ye.stcrdny at Celtic Park hy n score of 10 to 0. Coach Young, who pitched for the faculty, made four hits In five tlmca at bat. The score; It. II. F.. Varsity .... 00020701 1 1 3 Farulty 0 4 2 0 0 1 3 0 10 15 1 latteries y.aecariio, Mmbcrg and Blair; Young nnd Bastings, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday's llesulta. Ittrbninnd, 7. Providence, 4. Torcnto 3. Monlrenl. 3. Horhesier Buffalo Both games; rain. Mantling of the Clubs, W 1, l"C W L PC Proililence .- 19 fioi'ltm-liMter 73 23 TA1 Murrain 21 17 :m Toronto 74 7 ,4mi Montreal. 20 J4 r..'i, -Newark .. 21 71 IT Kiehmond -1 :'l Mi Jersey City 10 32 13J To-dny's Schedule. Newark In Providence Jersey I'ltj In Itlclnnond. Hocliester In Toronto llulfalo In Muiitreil At I'rm Idenre. It 11 V. III. htiiond it L. 1..00 I3OO0O07 17 I I'rov Idem e t I 1. I 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 I k 2 II. merles - llli lininnd - Mnrrlsette an I Krlchell. Providence Hfliullz and Holey. At Teronto. It. II. F. Montreal t I. I . . O 0 0 3 OO0O0 7 7 0 Toronto it I. 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 v .' Ilatlerles Montreal Hlchter and Bow. ley. Toronto .Mi Tlgue and Kelly. Texas League. Heanmnnt. 7. Shrei eport. I. Fort Worth. 4. Galveston, 0, Hall Antonio. 7. Waco, 6. Houston, .1. Dallas. 2 lrglllt League, Noif.ilk. C. Newport News, 2 llirstgipiel. Norfolk. '. Newport News, 3 t second it.i me 1. PriiTslmrg 4. Hucky Mount, 3 Siirfulk, 7. I'lirtsiiiuiith, il I'ai Ille Coast l.eugue, I '.. r 1 1 .1 11 , 1 s. San I'riinclscu. illisl gamei. Pol tlaiid, 1. San l-'raticlsin, 0 ist-cuud K llll-l. 1 1.1 li Inn. I. II S' ill Like. 7 Los AiiK.-le. 3, Y'cnlce, 7. his suspended Pitt her Tom Sea ton for Hie iln. He alleges that Seatoii turn not taken the best care or himself, sfatiui dcclates he will not allow tho ' lltnoMyii club to deduct salary during Ills enforced vacation. In fact the , former iitar of the Plillllei Is much chagrined with the mode of discipline It was said jesterd.iy that Seaton hud thienti'iied to dcscit the club. Mun.-iiret- Mnvee ,Ujc, of Inllelder Wcstrt-711 eterilay to the Chicago Fed ci ills. Wisterr.ll will report to Tinker In Brooklyn to-day The boss or the Tip Tops Intimates Hint he Is prepared 1 for 11 general shakoup tinlrss the team pulls Itself together. HARVARD COMES THROUGH WITH BIG RALLY IN NINTH Yale Loses Second Game of Series When Victory Seems Certain Crimson Batters Bring In Two Runs After Two Are Out. CAMnntpoK, Mass.. dune 2.1. Thc Har vard nine made n whirlwind finish to day In Its second game with Yale, com ing through with two runs after two men were out In the ninth Inning 'and winning by 3 to 2. Yale's football Nemesis, Charley Brlckley, really was Instrumental In blasting Yale's hopes for tying up the scries, for It was he who. with Hartc on first base In the Crimson's final Inning, with two down, tared out a two btsc hit between Middle brook and Vaughn, whbh brought the big catcher home with the tying run. A moment Inter Frye. the tegular centre fielder, who was not In the gnme to-day because of n lame ankle until he was called on as pinch hitter, slashed a hot liner over ltellly's head, Kaston making a splendid Attempt to smother thc lull on the bound, but not being able to hold It or even to try to nip Brlckley nt the plate. The Harvard graduates who trooped out to Soldlerei Field by thousands ibis afternoon had little to get excited over until the finish. In the eeond llitilns Yule made two runs. Yiiughn s oring from first on Bush's long hit Into the left field crowd. The two runs served Yale until the fifth, when Harvard, nlso with two men out, came up a point when Abbot's double was followed by 11 clean hlngle by Coolldge. After this Watroits, Yale's left hnnder, sei II irvard back until the ninth, when, by passing Ilnrle, he started things lu the direction of a victory Harvard by taking things In the direction of a victory Harvard by tiklng to-day's game not only Is the winner of the Yale series hut also head" the new triangular league formed this year by Hnrvard, Yale and Prlncetwn. The Harvard pitcher this 'afternoon wns Wllmot Whitney, who until the last moment was nxpected tn work at New Haven yesterday. Whitney held Yale to seven hits, hut was in trouble all the afternoon, In six different Innings the first Yale batter reached first base, and twice men got on with only one man out. Yale had thirteen men left on the stations, twice being shut out when the corners were filed and when a lilt would have put thc game away for keess. Watnous, while hit harder than was Whitney, seemed to bother the Crimson batters more when there was nn one on the bases than did Whitney. He gave two passes, while Whitney passed only five, three of them In one Inning and two In another. Fly balls to Brlckley saved Harvard a "good deal of trouble In thc situations when the cushions were covered, whllo Yale had one real life WHITE SOX MAKE MERRY. Take Another Ilnnlite llender nt Clevelnnd, II tn I nnd 7 tn .1, Cleveland, June 23 Chicago won both ends of a double header from Cleveland to-dny, 3 to 1 and 7 to 3. Kit-lifer made his White .Sox debut In tho second game. The scores: FIRST GAME CHICAGO (A L I I CLEVKLANI) iA. L.i ab h p a e, ab h p .1 e Flesch.ef . 4 0 7 0 0 I-lbold cf 4 3 7 0 1 Weaver.es 4 0 3 4 ft.Turner.r,l . 4 o n ? 0 KC'iltns.2b 4 3 13 octiapnuii.es 4 0 1 o o Fntirnier.lb 4 3 11 0 0 .l.icksnn.lti 3 1 10 11 n .1 Colhns.rf 4 110 OGran-jlf. .1 3 1 0 0 Ilnth. If. 4 10 0 O'snnih.rf .1110 1 Schalk.e .. 3 0 s 3 o.llomm'il.Jb 3 n n 3 0 Illackh'e.Sb 3 114 0 Kjhii c . 3 0 10 4 1 Cicotte.p 10 0 10 B.iEcrman.p 7 ' 0 7 0 I'Southw'th 10000 Totals .31 11713 Ojllowman.p. 0 0 0 7 0 Touts 30 r, ni 3 inited rnr narrman tn tne ettmii tnninr Clncaio 00000210 O-J Cleelatkl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Run Chlearo-F. Collin Fourniar. Kcdh; Cleit-land Turner Two bae hits Craney. E Collins. Fournler Thn base hit I Col pns Borne run -Ilnth Double plav-Weaver and Fournler First base on balls Off bow man. 1 Struck out - lly H.-niermnn. ; by Cicntte. 7 Sacrlflce hits- Cn-ntte, 7 Stolen base Turner empires Connolly and Wal lace Time I hour and 4"i minutes SKCOND OAMF. CHICAGO (A Ll 1 CLEYF.LAND iA Ll ab bp a e ab b p ,1 e Kelseh.ef 4 110 0 I.e,old cf 3 0 3 0 0 Weaver.ss 3 1 3 oTurner 3b I 1 0 2 0 F. Collln.2b 7 0 t 3 0 Chapman ss 40111 Fntirnier.lb 7 0 12 0 0 .la.-u.im.lb 4 1 11 o 0 .1 Collins.rf 4 2 3 0 0 Grainy It 40300 Kothlr .3010 0, smith. rl I 1 I u 0 Sehalk c . 4 14 0 i-;il.imm'd.7b I 3 1 r, 0 Hlackli'e.31) 3 0 2 2 0 H'NcllI e 4 1 :. 0 0 Klepfer.p 3 0 0 3 Ojllowman.p.. 0 0 0 1 0 - - - Cnunilie.p .21010 Totals 2S 5 77 1 4 Oinuthw'tli 1 o u 0 0 iWalkcr.ti 00000 Total 71 10 1 Itattrd for Counibe ill the seventh inning. Chlcaso 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2-T Clcirl-UHl 00001070 0-3 Klin Cleveland Smith. Hammond. 2: Cbt eato Felsi'b. Weaver. K Collins Fournier. .' .1 Collins, 2 Two lisse hit Hammond Three base bits .1 Collins, Weaver. Sehalk Double plars Champmi. llimmnnil mul Jackaoii; K Collins. Weav r and Fournier Saerilbv bus F. Colhi'. Until First lias on bills Off llownriu. 2; oh Klepfer. 1: oh Walker. I; oft I'niimbe. :' -tri.'-n out-llv Counils-. 2. b Walker. 2; bv Klenfer. 7 Passed lull Sehalk Wild pitehis Klepfer. Counibe I'm lure Connolly and Wallace Time I hour mid f minutes New York State League, AT WlLKIlSBAIIIti: FI11ST GAM 17. It. It. n lllnRbainton . . . 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1--4 7 3 Wlll.esbarre. 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 s il 11 0 11 itterlcs HltiKh.imton. Frock nnd Mur phy. Wllkcsbarre, llerelskl, .MrOlnlcy nnd Brleger skcono gami:. 4 B. B. r. Hlnrlnmion. . . 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 l 3 0 Wllkesbnrre 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 1 il'iilled, darkness. 1 Batteries Illtighntiitnn, llarned and Pe terson, Wllkesbarre. llerelskl and Brleger AT CTICA. II. II n Trov oooooonoto 01 1 .1 film 0010000000 12 12 7 llatterlts - Trn. Btnkles ami Mrtlr.ttll . I'tlca. Taylor and .McllonniiKh. All other games iralni. NYn KiikIiiiiiI I.rHKur, Worrrmpr, 2: l.ynn. I. J'nrtl-inl. :. KltclilMirK. 1. Mitnr)M'-ifr I l.iiwi'll ,1 I .t rn . i, 1.4-w Uton, h ilUwt K.ui,t) NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. I'r. 1 1 soft fur the While Sox, winning llxe gauies III thiee days from the ("i.c lallils Fielder Jones seems tn be trying to re pc it the nineteen straight he won as nine nger of the While Sox The St. Louis I'eds hive won ten straight It Is leporieil that Bert Maxwell's arm has plaveil out llllil til It the bone Is In sin-It -.i n 1 1 1 1 In n that the Ilrooklyn Fe I pitcher 1 done. -The Giants now h,ie used up tbeli best two pit! tiers nil the Phillies without be UK able to KCt II rdlCt. Onlv one bill was used In vest,rd.ivs gene tit to the e,enth tuning. foul wns raised Into the stand In the eleventh and was the llrst time the ball had been kuoiked out of the plavlug Held Itobertson s lilts were both bounders to the Inlleld The first was .lean, the sei nnd wns because nobody colored first base on a lap which Chalmers tlelded. Don't know what Mctlraw Is going to do with all the catchers he Is rnundlnir nr. but If be could trade some of them for a gnr.d plu-her It would help Slierpsbend Bin Velodrome, Tel C I 7104 Tonight. 4S, Motor Pace feature I.lnart Seres. Wiley Clarke. Sncsrs. lvutser. nth.,. Ladlra' Invitations of June IS honored tonight saving lnttig. Thin was the Harvard team's second sisslon and Immediately after Yale had taken Its two run lend. Hits bv Hortc ami Brlckley, with 11 pass to Wliltnov. had filled tho bases, and Abbot was nt bat with two men down. Tire Harvard second baseman hit a high ball on the line and like a rifle shot oer John ltellly's head, but thc Yale In fielder leaped Into the air and pulled down the ball with his gloved hand. It w is the greatest catch not only of this game hut of any game In which these two teams have engaged III years. Hardivlck, while he made two errors to-day, saved a run which would have helped Yulo at the finish by making a superb etop of Bush's hot shotjn the ighth. Brlckley had another fine day with the stick, getting three hits, which makes six for him In seven times nt bat lu the games d.iel so far. After the game he nnd llarilwlck were selied hy the undergraduates nnd carried In tri umph from the field. The nines will meet for their third game In Ilrooklyn on Satunlay, but there Is no champion ship at stake. Seldom has n college nine passed up so many opportunities ns the Yale team did this afternoon. Two well placed hits or even one at the right moment would have made thc gnme an easy ono for Yale. Harvard did not play with the finish It showed nt Now Haven, while Ynle was steadiness Itself In thc field. The only Yale error was made by Itellly, who after n great scoop of Hurte's hit In the second Inning threw the ball past Fltet Baseman Bush. I.e Gore, did not have a chance on a ground ball nil after noon, and the Harvard crowd did not have a chance to see his wonderful throwing arm In action. He did, how ever, come through with three hits, each time with a man ahead nf him, but only one hneo ahead. Thc score: VALF. HARYAItl) ab h p a - al h p a n Mld'eh'k.cf 4 t 4 " O Abbott.:!) . 4 t 1 3 0 F.aston.lf 4 0 0 1 n Coollilse.cf 4 7 0 0 0 Mllbiirn.7b 4 0 3 4 o.N.i.h.lb.. . 4 0 10 0 0 I-irore.ss f. 3 I 0 0 Caunctt.rf 4 0 0 0 0 Hunter. c S I 3 I ft.ll.irle.c 3 1 10 0 1 ltrilly.3h 4 1 7 J 1 Knrdwl'k 3b 4 1 0 : : Volutin. rf : 0 7 i 0 lirieklry.lf 4 3 4 ft 0 Hush tl.. 4 1 10 0 0 llcrd.ss 3 0 13 1 Wairous.p 3 0 0 3 otFrye . . I 1 0 0 0 -'Whitn-y,i. 7 0 13 0 Totals , 31 ::! It I - Totals 3.1 3 77 It 4 Two out when wlnnlnz run was scored Batted for Ko-d In the ninth tnniinr Yale . O.OOOOOfl 03 Bart aril 0 v 0 0 1 0 0 0 7-3 ltun - lt.iM.inl- Abbott. Harte. Ilriekley; Yale-Vaiiihu. Hush Borne run Itii'li Two base lilts-Coolldge. Brlckley Sacrifice hlta-K.i-lon Mllliurn. Vaughn Stolen bases- Le isure. .; Hunter. Vaunhii First base on er rorsYale. 4 Ift on h.ises-inrvnrtl. d; ale. 13 First base on balls-Off Wlntnev. ft; oft Watrous. 7 si-nek not -fly Whitney. 7; bv Watrous . Dnuhle nla -llec.1. Abbott and -Sah Passed tiall-llarle Wild pitch -"hittiey. t'mpitc Ilannnn and Member Time-: hours and 10 minutes STEEN PLEASES HOME FOLKS. Pitches Tor to Victory llTpr i Broivns, Srnrr- 4 tn '.'. Iir.TROiT. June 23. Bill Steen made Ids home debut In a Detroit uniform to-day and pitched tho Tygers to a 4 to victory over me nrowns. , rne r-corc: ST LOUIS iA. L 1 IT. 1 It Ul 1 I A. 14 t ab 11 p a .snnunn.ir 4 1 o'Vltt.Sb 0 Kar'ah.3b 1 I Austln.3b. I'r.-itt.?lt. 4 33 1 1 A 1 1 1 3 0 .1 0 3 0 a 7 o conn cr 4' Wal'r.ef F. Wal r.rf Leary lb ' Lavan.ss I s-cVerelil.e. A?ne ,c . lames, p.. Bowanl . 4 3 4 0 PCrawfiml.rf 4 A o fl'v.,,-li ir 4 n 17 0 0 Il11rns.lt.. 4 113 0 llush.ss 3 13 1 O'stanage.c. 0 0 0 0 0 Stecn.p... . 7 0 0 4 0' liooo' Totals.. 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 0' ss i 77 1? 1 Iaiml Ik.p Koob.p Totals.. .31 ? ?l 13 01 Hatted for James In th eighth Inning. St Loul. ... ..00000002 0-2 Detroit 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 x-i Kune-St Louie. Shntton. Howard: Detroit. ilt. Kavanatith. Cobb. Crawford Two base hits Crawford 2. Kavanatuh. Cobb btruck out Hv Steen 0 by James 4 First base on balls -Off Jatnrs 3 Double play James, Livan and I-ary Sacrifice hlts-Cobb. Ilurn. Pratt Stolen bises Craw ford. Yenoh. Hush, Sholton. Austin C Walker. Lavan, Howapl Wild pitch Knob I'mpires-Ev.ins and Chill Tune 2 hours STRAIGHT HEATS SUFFICIENT. nrnnklyn Horsemen Hold Mrrt at PnrUixny Trni'L. ' Straight heats decided all of the light harness races sterday of the Ilrooklyn Pleasure tirlvcrs Association on tho half mile track of the Parkway Hrlvlng , Club Bert Hall's bay gelding Or. Thtcct scored n hard earned victory In the Clasf 11 pace, winning after a hard tusle with Cicorge I i.ilryniplo'o big bay Chief lit each heat the two sta.xeil close together until the final straight away, when Pr Thrcet went out to win. The Miinniarles : Class A Pace: 'George Fntclufl. n it iGenrge Harperl 1 Nutle Dlrcit. ulk. in. i Alfred II. I'eck i 7 7 , Tlmi I07I-. 110 i'iiih- 11 Pate: Dr Thrcet, b. g (Bert Ball) 1 1 Chief, b, k. iG Dalrymplo! ; Time 1:I2, 1:1S. ' Class A Trot! Honey llov, h. g i Fred Lcchnerl 1 1 Sllxer Forties b g ill. -i.'. Itoulsion).. 7 2 Tlnn 1:14, 1:17 class B Trot: Oh, Pop. b s (Joseph Hahncsand) . . . . 1 1 Sun Star, b g t.l. Wclpertl j Time t:21i3. t -23 . Special Itmes: .1. S Me. b. g ulnieph Baltnesand ). to , bent 1:oii.j. Time l:0Ji4. King Audubon. Ii g i Matthew Deani. to licit 1:10. Time i:oi , Thomas Hood, h g (T. Lockwood), to , beat I'l.V.. Time 1:11. i .loi III nil I u tin in ltelciiseil. Ci.kvkhnp, June 23 Joe Hlrmlng. i ham, who was deposed as inannger of i the local American League club re- cently. received his tincondltlonnl release from (iwnet- Sotiier.s to-day Tritr. RACING JAMAICA TODAY $1,000 Suffolk Stakes The Utah Handicap The Michigan Handicap & 3 Other Attractive Races vinnx itAri: at titan r. m. spkciai. baci: tbains leave Pennsylvania Matlon. s.lil St, and ;th Av , also I'latbttsh Av Ilrooklyn. at 12.30, and at Intervals up to 3 P, u Course also reached by Ttolleja, liltAMI SIANIt, .!. lilllFM, l,-,0. MtSIC BY MlLlrABV II A Ml. SISLER ELEMENT IN ALL MICHIGAN RONS fiats in Ili'iivY. Sfoi'tM Other Two nnd Stciils I'ivc IItiisi, I lie I u (I i 11 r Home Once. PKXX HKATKX. I TO Ann Annoii. Mich., June 2 . M gnu dofcated Petinsj Ivan, t ,u 11 1 4 to 2, and Ceorge Sisler on e n stood out as the bright etar. lie iilo three clean ulngles to-d.n, an.l hs fourth trip was robbed o' a d'u' e triple by a eensntion.il catch of .j n In centre field. Sisler twice lui ,n 1 ,, McKcen and scoicd tho othc 'wm i himself. He stole live b.cs , three tlmrs and third nnd It .nie on.- each. Ferguson was In several bad 1 ,., onco having the bases full wta 1 1 out, but escaped unscathed after t ic tl round, when errors by hts euppejjt id In two runs. The scotc; , PENNSYLVANIA. , MIl'llltiA.S All li p n e all h 0 a s .M.inn.?b... 4 113 (' llr.imlcl.ef 4 . t 1 solilmpf.ss. 7 1 1 r. Mi Viien,:b ' Irwtn.lf.... 3 0 0 0 O'Lah.idie rf I 0 t Match'!. rf 3 110 o'Mskrlf . I Knons.lf... 4 0 3 0 lleiiton.c 4 . 1 It W'I're.lb 3 on 0 o Stewart lb 4 . Dolan.c 4 0 0 3 oW.iltr.ib 4 1 ; 0 Kane.Sh,. .4011 o'Miltel 4 0 II Wall'ee.p 3 0 0 3 1 Feruunn,p I I 1 ! An'ehr'er I 0 0 0 o' Murdock.p. 1 1 0 0 0 Totals, .u 3 t:t n Totals... 30 4 71 1? 3 Halted for It. K. Wallace In the seventh tn nlnr tlrwln out In first for Interference wua catcher Pennsylvania JOOOOOftflft-i Mlchlean 1001700011 Buns Michigan. Mccjucrn 7. ller : IV 1 sylvan!,. .Mann. Schlmpf Stolen navs sit ler 6. Mctjticen .. Benton. UraniW. II II Wallace Struck out 11 Fertusnu in fr B. K Wallace S. by Murdnck 1 First hi.. nn balls-lff Ferruson ft. off II K Waliac Bit by pllcher- lly Femiou -Iiw n Lft on bases Michigan I'. Peiinsjlvami fi y -m base on errors Mlchlean PennsiHai 1 Blts-Off H K. Wnlla'c. in My ir jc on Munlock. I In two inning' '"mi ri. Iiavls and Ferguson Time 7 hour TWO CAPTAINS ARE ELECTED. Ietin nnil M'lc-lilunn I'liuose l.endera fur I lllll Vines. Ann Annon, Mich . Juno 23 John Mann.. Jr., of Old U'estbury, I I, w.n elected captain to-day of the lJ't I'e sylvnnla baseball tram Mam, lii lead off man for thc Quakers f. two years while playing second in-' 1 played In the same position on l- ' man team. Ho Is an upper cIismi. n li the dental department and pi-cpi 1 : the Peddle Institute. IllghtMowr X George I.abadlo of I'anc.x, Ka fielder for two years, on the M -team, was chosen to lead the W lues to-night. SCRATCH MEN WIN PRIZES. llnslern Klslrlcl liiiines tre "t I'nsj fnr l.nnu llarLer. Scratch men finished well up n . the athletic events a' the six. ntlal field day of Ho i:.iM. : I ' High School ye-tcrday at Cn t I Staten Island, lt'sldcs tlm it games there was a ba-ekiH u " which the facitlt.. beat the by a score of fl to 7. Tin utiiin i . r.00 Yard Hun-- Won b .1 l , . i scratch. S ."nnacorc. IA 7, s. :,i 'i ond; M Kurtnan. 3A-2. 10 xards. ihir f.o Vnnl Dash. Freshmen - U on Coffe.;. lll-S. 7 feet; .1 Hpsteln. I X feet, second; M Taback. I A -1 . 1 1 third; Itosenhlulll. 1A-I. 10 fet, : Time, i! 3-5 seconds. 100 Yard Dish Won by S Blii u. 7A-7. scratch: S. 1'rlednnn. .1 x ' I second. S. Shuval. 2B-I, s.r.i- h I. Ilosen, 7A-3, il ard. f"ii-'l-11 1-5 seconds 300 Yard Bun Won In M I M 2B-7. scratch, fl Cc.leb.ium Ml yards, second, L. Kulnnofr. 311 1 1. i- -third: M Selman, IB-'). 20 ri. Time, 37 3-.1 seconds SS0 Yard Helix Won bv 311. w." bium, ltleben. Strolowtta ant 11.- 2B. with S. Shuvil. J. Share I g and M. .1. Matu. sei oh I . tit i Sclannt. W Kubln. .1 i'I,:.i'iMi I.lpsky. third: 2A. with II K , I S Bltimenthal and G lln-be Time. 1 minute 47 3 '. sei-.m.i 410 Yard Itel.n. I'acrtv x- m H IB. with ll. Chbin h.ati'i I l i t Letmfsky and J Sclannl. l'i i - u Hrannwer. At Cohen. II Sif c Model, second. ltunnlng High .lui.u n - - Il win. 411-.'.. 3 Inehes. wit i ", '.-.'I il 1 -H Prensky. 3A-... ; I i " 'i -, inches, second: II I. in t Inches, with I feet 1 : in. , - - Banning Broad .limp a Parower. IA-. x in. h -s wl-'i itiches, G. GnlJe.iint. 'A-. '. -17 feet 2 Inches, second. 1 i'-n- i i 3', Inches, with 17 feet 1 '-','i ,i' Lebofskv, 4B-2. n-r.iti U. with !' I" ltiihes, fourth. Pound Shot Pin w hi ' 11 K SII-5, S Inches, with 35 feet ' 'li l.lpstiltr, l.x-r.. , In, ties, w -ii In. hefc. second , M. .1 i-np . -i. 1 sctatch. with 31 feet i In. u. - n no Yard ln;crilio.iN c , P S lir. v lib .1 shin. .1 - ;, -Shapiro an I .1 Ambrr. I' i Kiir-nin. 11. Levi i. . -, Frleduian. srii, I "7 .cltilBher. ltorni.i'i .iii.l I. i--U I. '2. w Ith Gross Fl-.'.i, - Mi' i fourth. Time, : -. i- s-outhern I eilL'UC. Mc mphls. 7 . N i-h i " Little no. ll 4 . i ' 1 1 I - no. c I 0 Mobile 3. New I - . Birmingham. 1 .- ' i a Pro. peel Park ll.i. Windsor F l" . T Ha. I It ix a Insu-a ti i i - 'bull lli'soits AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE Autos--"Worth Whilc""Bargains Manhattiin Autiiiiioln.i lling i, i -Biggest, ll' lest . ',, .i. -MerrrraTiiiiiltig " !' n ' . ' Packards j:,'si. xs n t i - MilUrs toil fivi. en IP 11 I ii Isiittn "I'lttx " It.ice.ibollt Pnckaid Llmo'tslnc BrnntiltK M.'i up I hnlineis f. Peerless I. 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