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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915. -
Yankees Overwhelm Senators in Opener of Series Dodgers Plaster Coat of Whitewash on Giants
NEWARK CLUB WILL
PIPP AND HARTZELL HIT
KANSAS CITY FEDS
OTHER DODGERS LEND AID;
WANDERERS CARRY
GREAT NECK TAKES
FIRST OF TOURNEY
GO TO HARRISBURG
WHEN HITS COUNT MOST
MASSACRE TIP TOPS
PFEFFER BLANKS GIANTS
ROVERS BY STORM
Jiifi'rnnlioital Mii-rnntcs Vole
Liberate Long Line Drives That Send Home Two Runs
Few Times Spectacular Pitching Weakens, Then Great
Fielding Comes to Rescue Marquard Blows Up
and Yields Seven Consecutive Hits.
Poor PHcIiinp by Three Home
Nirlnr Surprise in Tourney ii I Dcfenfs Coopcrsiown in Sliirt,
Transfer for Ifcinnindpr
of JUJlfi Sciison.
Apiece Warhop Grows Better as
Game Proceeds.
Men Confrnstcd With flood
Work by Johnson.
Islip Fleisehniim Aids
of Xo-IIniiiliciip Scries
by 10 to 7 :t-l.
Victors.
r LA YS T HE If K TO-M 0 HI. 0 W
At a meeting nf the Hub owners of the
International .ciikuo held nt the Hotel
Helmonl yesterday nfternoon It wnn de
cided to transfer the Newark franchise
to llnrrlsbtirjr, I'n., for tho balance of
tho season, llnrrlsbiirtf 'frill see ltd first
Eumn of Cinrs A A baseball to-morrow
nfternoon between tho Indians and
Hkcctcrs.
President Cd Harrow wan not In favor
Of KlvltiR up tho Newark field, which
wan most profitable before the Invasion
of ltnrrlaon, N. J., by tho Federal
JiCaRue. Those In eonttol of the Indians
lit tho prcrrnl time, however, thought a
chttliRo ndvlsahlc because of the slim nt
tendnnco In Newark. IliirrlsburK, de
sirous of tho franchise, bad tho neces
sary equipment for Immediate transfer,
us It was one of tho real strongholds
of tho old Trl-Htnto LcnKiic.
The majority of the International club j
presidents fnvorcil n change, nt least i
temporarily. Hnrrlshtirtr has not n pcr-
tnnnent franchise. Newark's remaining
home Barnes will be played there. If,
however, conditions Improve In Newark
before the heKlnnliiK nf the 19IC season
thi Hid! owners may move back to the
big Jersey town.
RED SOX ENJOY OFF DAY.
Athletics In Town, So The)- Tnke
Tno tinnics Willi llnse.
Postcn, June 30. The Athletics were
In town fir two Knmcs to-dny result,
two wins for Itoston. Tho Itrd Sox
scored tr runs In each came, l'hlladel-
I'm, i t.n- uiK tiiiti pi'i-fn iirnrs re-
'a o7Z"Xyr at
fans saw, and most
speet'voly it was
plteho's which tho
oT them were sent nuay for bail be-
rnZ, hV '" . r" I.""""
FIHST OAM K.
fHILA (A I,.) ! HOSTON (A. L.I
ah h p n e ab h p a r
Murphy.rf i l ; j olloopcr.rf.. 2 t 0 0
.-trunk i 40300 w ai.-ner.Th. I : : t I
.yhisii.ii b : i o v inuer..i. o o 0 0 I
Schanr.3b, ' : ( I O'sspeakrr.rf. .1 " r. n 1
Lnloie,;b '113 OMIsnrlk'n.cf o 0 0 o o
Melnnls, b 4 3 7 0 0 (lalticr.lb. .4 3 3 0 0
L.ipp.c ,3131 O'Janrrui.s,. 41050
Malone 1 1 0 0 0 Lenls.lf . I I ( H
IfrBnrr.e., 10 0 1 O'ClantnerJb. 3 110 9
tori.s .4131 ) imi;in,i', 1 o 3 1 1
llnas.p, 10 0 1 O'tWood.. .. ooooo
Huh n, , "tot O'Thomas.e.. llfloo
in iavif v v v o o.to-isr.p.... 0 0 110
t iun,p oooo o IHnMltrrll.
IColllns.p...
Totals. 40H:i 1! 0!
t Tntnl.
loooo
1 1 '0 o
.31 It :
4 4
Hallo t for Lapp In the elirhth Irnlne.
.t'li'fd 'or Iln.h In the fithth tnnlny.
TM-n J t Carrlzan In the fourth Innlnj.
Iilittnl for Fostrr In the fourth Inninir.
Plillsdelphla 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 S
""ton 040010S0 x 10
Huns I'hllatclihla. v.i1h. Schanr. Me
Innl LarPi Ilosion. W.-irnsr. Spnkpr ;.
Oainrr. lwls. Gardner 3. Carrlan, Thomas,
loner Two base hlts-I.app. Melnnls. Three
base nits chanr, Onlner Home run (lord-n-r.
St'len basos !chanr. Wood, Speaker.
(Saln?r. Sacrifice tlle Mrlnnts. Oatnrr. Jan
vrln, II. Davis. Sacrifice hit Speaker. Double
lay-Kopf. I.aloto and Melnnls. Ift on
basfs I'tlladfbhla 11. Boston S. First base
l,n.. errors Phlladjlphla Kirst hise on
1 5lls-Off ltias 4. off Push 4. oft Vostrr 1.
1 'It s Oft H.ns. ; in on nn.l one-third In
lilnrs; off Foster. C In four innlnrs: off
Puslt. 10 in lite and twothlris tnninca: off
Collins. in five Innlnur off Davis, J in
one tnnltie; J-truck out by llmh I. by
Jaas 1. by Foster 3. Wild pltelien-Itaas.
Hush. Passed ball Law. Umpires Nallln
und Dlneen. Time- 1 hours nnd 15 minutes.
SECOND OAM K,
rillLA (A. r,.) I UOSTON (A. L.
. ab h p a e ' ah h n a e
JturpJiy.rl 4 110 1 Hooper.rf.. 6 1 5 o 0
Ptrunk.cf.., 4 13 0 O'Warner.Sb,, 3 13 10
Walsh.lf . 3 0 3 0 0 Sieakrr.ef. 3 3 10 0
Pch.inr.3b. I ! : t 0 Oainer.Ih... 0 0 0 0 0
l.aiole.:b 4 1 1 S o'Hnblitz'll.tb 4 2 II 0 0
.neinnis.iD. a ; i oj.invrin.ss., 6 3 13 0
l.niui.e ,. 3 5 3 1 O'luis.lf. .. 3 1 3 0 0
hop! 4 3 2 3 0,(!ardncr.3b.. 4 112 0
JSressler.p 3 0 11 olCacly.o... ..33230
ityckoff.p. 0 0 0 1 O'Pfiinock.p.. 1 l o 0 0
'Davlfs.. ,1 0 0 0 0 Fo(er.p... 3 10 3 0
. iWood.p 10 0 10
Totals..., 31 11 "111 l
.n j . , , Totals.. ..3114 3713 0
Hatted for Wyckoff in the ninth Innlny.
Phllailc'iihia . ,.1101111007
l'nston . . 0 0 & 0 0 1 3 1 x-10
Runi 1 -Wiltadelphla Murphy, 2: Strunk. La
Joic. Melnnls, 2; Lapp: Ilotton-Ilooper, Wait
ncr. 2: Hponker, 3: Hobhtzell, 2; Iwls. Cady.
J'ennoek Two base hin-ivnnoek. Melnnls.
LeM. Strunk, Speaker. Thrre base hits
Jlurphy, tianlr.er. Stolen bases-speaker.
Jnnvrln Sjerini-e lllr Urfssli r. In. Sac
rillce hitf- Liip, Walsh Double plays-Wa;.
ner ami nohhttell; Kopf. Laiole nnd Mcln
U'.V, Ifibhtietl (tin.istedl. -ft on base
Miila.lelt.hia, 4: Uotton, 7. First hasp on
balls-Otf lirojjlcr. 6; off Wyckoff. 1-oft Pen
nook, a: off Foster, 1. Strut k out-hy Dress
kr. 1: by Wjckoif. l; bv lVnnoek, 1. Passed
ball-Lapp. Umpires Dineen and Nallln.
Time 2 hours and minutes.
DAVIS MAKES POOR START.
rbllllca Heat (iporitp, 8 to K, In Ills
First Onme of Year.
PiliLAPKiritM, June 30. The Phillies
bunched bevcti of their ten hltH In the
third and fourth InnlnRS on (ieorse
Davis to-day for seven of their runs,
irlviriR them the victory over Boston
by g to G. Alexander ensed up with a
7 to 0 lead, and the Ilraves manased to
jammer out elKht hits and five runs In
tho closlmt Innings of tho came. It was
tho first start of the ear for Davis. In
tho fifth Inninir Cravath hit a wicked
bounding ball to left Held, which hit
Connolly in the mouth nnd knocked him
unconscious. He had to be carried
from the field. Tho ball cut his mouth
nnd nose h idty, but no bones were
broken. The scoro:
BOSTON (.V. L.j I PHILA. (N. L.)
ab h 11 a e ab h p a e
flilbert.rf. 5 2 0 0 0.nyTne.?.b.... 5 12 2 0
i:rrs.2b.. S 1 2 t 0 ll.inernft.ss 3 113 0
r'trlck.Jb.. 2 10 3 o'whlttisl.ef. 4 13 0 0
Cnnnolly.lf 3 0 0 0 OlCravath.rf. 4 3 10 0
Shannon.lf t 0 1 0 0 Reeker.lf... 4 2 0 0 0
Cr.ther. 1 0 0 0 0 .Nlehorr.Vh 20113
Smith.Sb... 4 112 9 I.udrrilt.lb 3 210 1 0
Schmidt, lb 3 0 11 0 0 Kllllfir.e.,. : 1! ! I
Maree.cf,, 4 3 2 0 l'Alexander.p 3 0 1 5 0
M'vllle.ss. 4 14 2 1
Onudy.c... 4 0 3 .1 0 Totalis,, ..30 10 27 14 3
DnTls.p, .31010
tMoran,, 0 0 0 0 o
Totals, ..S TtTs 21
Hatted for shannon In the ninth Innlnr.
tHatted for Davis In tho ninth Innlnr
Hosioii 0 0 0 n 1 2 0 0 S
.Pliilalelphia 0 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 x-t
Iluns Pldlattelphla, Hyrii'-. Cravath, Itecker,
LuMsrus 2. Kllllfer 2. Alexander; Uonton,
(illbcrl. Setimldl, Mnirre. Mnniivllle, Davis.
'J'o bate hlta Ileekrr. IJIIberl 2. Smith.
Throe hart hit Cravath Sacrifice bllslljii
iiolt, NiQhoff, Shannon Home runs Lu.terus,
Maj-rr. tIt on bases -l'lilladelplila 4, Hns.
tnn 7. Slruek out Ily Alexander !. hv
Davis 3. Double plays- -Alexander, Nlehorf,
llanernfl and Liiderus: Kllllfer and llvrie
First base on errors Itoston 2, Philadelphia 1
First bas on balls-nff Uivls I, off Alex
ander 1 lilt by .MU'h-d hill - lly Davis
(Niihofll, by Alexander IMnrani Wild
rrtleh Davis. Umpires llyroii and Easou.
Time 1 hour and 4H minutes,
Southern l.inciie.
Chaltanong.!, , .Mi-innhls, .
NhsIivIIIi-, 2: l.tttle lliTk, 0.
New Orleans, 3, .Mobile, 0 (llrst runr.l
X'nl.llo i; New (.rleuns, (1 lieinnd
came, )
Atlanta, 4, DlrnilliKli Jin, 1.
. South Atlantic League.
Macon. 2, Augusta, 0,
Columbus, 2, rfaviiniiiOi, V
Charleston, , Albany ..
Columbia, 13, Jacksonville,
sonic.)
Columbia, 4, Jacksonville, 1
7 (first
(second
same,)
Baseball to-day, 330 I'. M. N.Y Americans
vs. Washington. I'olo Grounds. Adm. 60c,
irslifv,
'V
The Yankees returned to fourth place
esterday. They sot there by beating
the Washlngtons. The lied Sox won two
Karnes from tho Athletics and ten I tied
stlithtly on tho White Sox, who outscored
the Drowns. The Detrolts wcren t hard
pressed to dispose of the Cleveland".
Yesterday's Results.
New York, 4, U'.nhlnnton, 1,
ChlrnKO, Hi Ht. Ih)U, t
Detroit. i Cleveland, 2.
mn. 10: Phlladelnhla. f (first ramcl.
Boston, 10; Philadelphia. (second
game),
Detailed Standing of the Club.
-15
3
9
Clubi.
nt
S,g
3a':.i
8
A
Chlnico.,.
.aw,
Host on.,
.eio
-i .
.MX)
Detroit,
30 ml
7mJ
Tsit
.New York.,,
-
30,2.11
also
Washington.,
Cleveland
.St. Louis.
,381
Si:
a
,3JS
Philadelphia.! I
flnnics lost... '31
.3I
2.10'2l
340
To-day's Schedule.
Wnihtnicton In New York.
Philadelphia In Ilo.ton.
Clevelaml In St. Ixuls.
Chicago In Detroit.
lly WILLIAM R. HAN!...
IMpp nnd Itnrtxcll of tho Yankees lib-
! crated Ion lino hits at the Polo Orounds
Wrd.y which did Jack Warhop nnd
, the rest of tho team lots of good. Plpp's
pit drove two runs to the plate and Hart
""'s two more, and tho four were more
than tho Yanks needed
They beat the
WnshliiKtons. t to 1.
Finished playlni? was done by the
fioldere), while competitively tho contest
bore a dull finish. It was tame, though
wiui mucn exceuein:e 111 111 uum 1 juk
sort of way. Cool weather, a small
crowd and little that is exciting often
conduce to that sort of .1 game. Man
ager Griff was out 011 the lines, trying
his hardest to prod his men Into produc
tive action, but couldn't stir up any
tiihnaco. Still, ns compared to the
abominable bench gab at which several
visiting tenms have displayed high skill
lately, tho subdued tone of yesterday's
affair wn welcome to those who don't
consider loud nnd discordant chin music
necessary to promote lively baseball.
Warhop needed the hits mentioned to
get runs for him. but he deserved them
for his clever pitching. In the early
rounds the hits were splashing off him
more frequently thnn they were off
Shaw, but he Improved from Inning to
Inning, and In tho end materially out
served the big Woahtngtonlan. The
Yankee welterweight, with his low plane
style of flinging, was very effective with
BOTH SIDES WHITEWASHED.
Dale Kalaomlnea Cuba, 1 to O, anil
Cheney Does II to lied a, 'i to O.
Cincinnati, June 30. Honors wero
even In two duels to-day between Cin
cinnati nnd Chicago hurlrrs. Dale won
the first battle over Lavender, 1 to 0,
while Cheney blanked Hed Schneider's
team mates, 2 to 0, In the aftermath.
The Cincinnati run came In tho fifth
Inning of the onener. when Kllllfer I
scored on Lavender's wild throw. Four i
hits netted two tallies for the Cubs In
the third Inning of the second game.
The scores :
FIHST OAM E
CHICAGO (N. L.) I CINCINNATI (N. L)
ab h D a ef ab h u a e
Good.rL... 3 0 10 OlLeach.cL... 3 0 10 0
Flshcr.ss.. 4 0 2 3 i;Mollwiti.lb 3 14 0 0
Srhultr.lf. 4 0 2 0 0 Herzog.s s. 3 0 5 1 0
Zim'man.rh l o 0 1 0 Kllllfrr.lt., 2 0 3 0 0
MoI.arry.Jb 3. 1 1 3 1 Groh.Jb 2 0 3 0 t
Saier.lb.... 2 0 12 3 O WIngo.e.... 3 0 6 2 II
wiiiiams.ef 3020 o'cnmth.rf .. 2 0 5 0 0
Phel.in.3b.. 3 0 11 0!Olson.:b.... 3 0 0 2 2
Archer.c... 3 13 1 0 Uale.p 3 10 10
Lavender.p 2103 0'
Knlseley., 1 0 0 0 o Totals.. ..24 2 27 6 2
1'iercf.P,., o o i u o!
Totais...29 724 18 "2
Hatted for Lavender In the eighth Inning,
Chicago,.., 00000000 o-o
Ctnrlnnnatl 0 0 0 o 1 0 0 0 j 1
Hun Cincinnati. Kllllfer Two bane hit-
Lavender. Double plays McLarry and Saler:
Lavender, Saler and Fhelans Wlngo and Her
zor. Sacrifice hit (irnh. First bane on
balls Off Dale 2. off Lavender 1 Struck mil
lly Dale 4, by Lavender 2. lilt by pitched
half Kllllfer. Wild pitches-Dale. Lavender.
llmplres-Klem and Kmslle, Time 1 hour
and SO minutes.
SECOND OAM E.
CIIICAOO (N. L.) I CINCINNATI (N L.)
H pit ab h p a e
Good.rL... 12 10 OLeach.cf.. 3 0 10 0
Flshrr.ss.. 4 2 2 2 0 -Clarke.. .. 1 0 0 0 0
scnuite.il. 0 2 5 0 o,i-ear,p o o o o 1
. . . . ..i;. .v . ; i
i..rry,.u d i j i -i ..i un 11 s,iu J tf u
Siler.lb... 113 0 0 llerzog.ts.. 4 1 2 r, o 1
Wllliams.cf 4 0 0 0 O'Kllllfer.lf.. 3 0 1 0 0
Phelan.Jb.. 4 13 1 2.1iroh.3b 4
Ill: a
i X ; 2 1
lirrs nan.e 4 7 8 1 e wingo.c...
Cheney.p.. 3 0 3 4 Orlffilh.rf.. 3 10 0 0
Olson.:b,,. 3 0 0 4 1
Totals.. .36 11 27 I 2 Si-linelder.p 2 0 0 1 0
Twomtly.cf 10 10 0
I Totals... ill 57 14 i
Batted for Leach In the eighth Inning.
Chlcaro 00200000 02
Cincinnati oooooouo 0 d
Runs-Chicago. Fisher, Schulte Double
play-Olson, Hertog and Mnllwltr. Sacrifice
hit McLarry. First base on balls Off Cheney
3. off Schneider 2. Slruek out lly Schneider
3, by Cheney 4, by Lear 1. Umplres-Klem
and Emslie. Time l hour and 37 minutes.
American Association.
AT COLUMIU.'S.
H. H V.
Cleveland ,,.,003 1 3 1 0 2 010 10 3
Columbus 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 7 11 3
naileries iirrnton, James and Tunings
lioiiiorn, t erry snn v.oieman. I
AT IVIHAS'AI'ni.IH I
It. II E. I
Louisville 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 '
Indlanapolli ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 II 2 I
naileries layior ana i.'lemons; Tipple
,,l lllul, linrnn .
and lllackburne,
AT ST. PAUL.
Mllwauket ,,..2 0000000 0 T '& 't
St Paul 0 1 0 1 0003 x i S 0
naileries Dougherty and llughei; Streis
and (Jlenn.
AT MINNKAPOLIH.
FIHST (1AMK.
Kansas City ,.1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 04 7 3
Minneapolis .. .1 0 000210 0 0 1 1 1 3
Hatlerlrs Delhi nnd Alexander, lllebel,
Ilentlcy, Williams and Sullivan.
SKCOND (IA1IK.
Kansas City ,,0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 S' jo K
Mlnnriipillls ...0O0A0O2O x K 11 0
llilttrles - llegan, Gardner and (liebel ,
Williams, YIiikIIiik and Sullivan.
New Knglund League.
Worcester, 7; Lewlston, 2,
Portland, S; Lowell, 2,
Lynn Lawrence, rain,
Kllchburg Munrhrsler, rain.
Colonial League,
Hartford, 3; Taunton, 2,
Pawtuckct. 7: Fall Hlver. 6,
llrocktsn, 2; New Ileilford, 0.
Now Haven Springfield, postponed,
BAKKIIALI. Tfl.IIAV. KIlfiRTa iriiri n
Brooklyn vt. N, Y, Olanls, t:IO r, U.Aiv.
men on bases. Ho had spotless support.
Ho did Shaw. Hut the fleldlnft chances
which fell to the WnshltiRtons were Ioh
sprinkled with opportunities for sharp
lleldlnir than those befallliiK the Yanks.
In his tlrst two Innings Fliaw's work
made It appear that the Yanks nover
would get n run. They were K re.it ly
perplexed by his speed. He struck PIpp
nnd Cook out In the first Inninir and
left two on bases. The Wnshlmrtons
In the first hnd men on first nnd third
with two out. Hits by Rhanks and
Milan put them there. Shanks was
caught by artifice. When Milan went
down Sweeney made n realistic second
base throw motion nnd Shanks bit. Also
he bustled for the plate. It took some
time to run him down, but the feat was
accomplished to tho complete satisfac
tion of homo Interests. Clnndll singled
with nobody out In the second Inning
and stopped right there. N'eff struck
out, Henry forced (Inndtl nnd after
touching second Peck's peppery peg; to
i-ipp picKeu or nenry in 11 double play,
Illgh's Infield hit In the third lnnlnc.
made with one out, looked Itko effort
wasted, inasmuch ns Pecklnpnugb filed
to Connolly for the second out. Kven
when Malsel walked the outlook wasn't
much Improved. PIpp. however. Jolted
Shnw with n stinging double to tho left
field frontier and two runs resulted.
Milan's triple and Ncff's single earned
a WnshbiBion nit. In ih fourth i..it n
couple of neat catches In remote left
by Ilnrtzefl nnd a pop to noonn fore
closed on n rally.
Cook made a slow Infield h i n the
sixth nnd Hartzell made n fast home
run hit Hnrtxell's hit was a beauty.
Tho ball travelled low, but U travelled
swiftly and far, It brought up ngalnst
tho centre field boarding. The Wnsh
Ingtotis were perfectly harmless after
the fifth Inning. In that one Warhop
began by walking Shaw. A single by
Connolly made It look as If a storm
was brewing, but n rattling good play
by PIpp turned It nslde. PIpp readied
Foster's Jumping hit with nn elastic
rench skyward and sped the ball across
the lawn to Malsel for a force of Shaw.
After that check the Washlngtons re-
The score:
WASHINGTON (A. L.) NEW YOItK (A L.)
ao n p a e Willi f
Connolly. rf 4 I
0 Odllrli.rf ... 32:0 0
i ten,.r
3 0 0 1 iay.-kl'h.SS. 3 0 1 4 0
shankt.lt..
4 1 2 0 0.Malscl.3b
3 1
Milan, cl...
(landll.lb,
Nelf.tb. ,.
Ilenry.e.. .
Mellrlde.ss.
Shaw.p
4 2 2 0 ouipn.lh. .
4 1 11 1 0 Cook.rf....
4 10 2 O.HarticU.lf
3 16 0 O'lloone.:b.
4 0 1 2 0 Sweeney.c.
1112 0 Warhop.p.
J 5 1 0
. 5 ?
4 16 0 0
3 0 2 0 0
2 II 2 1 0
4 10 2 0
-Moeller..
I O U W U
Hopper.P... 0 0 0 0 Totals. ,2 7 27 10 0
' tWilllams" 1 0 0 0 0'
Totals .33 s 24 so;
'Ilitttd for Shaw in the seventh Inning
tllatteil for Hoppper In the, ninth Inning,
Washlntlon ,, ,,00010000 01
New York . ,,, 00200200 x4
Hiins-Washlngton Milan: New York
High. Muisrl, Cook, Ilartrell. Left on bases
Washington. S: New York. 10. First base on
3 Struck di t-Hr Shaw 5- in ii,7,,,r t- i.J
ans un snav., s; on Hopper, 4: on Warhop,
Warhop. 2, Home run-Hartiell. Three base
hit-Milan. Two base hits-Shaw. Ilnp. Don -
ble plays-Oandll. McHnde and Oandil; Peek
inpatun and PIpp. llils-OR Shaw. 6 tn six
Innings: oft Hopper. 1 in two innings. Earned
runs. -Off Shaw. 4: oft Warhop. 1, Umpire In
chlrf-O'Loughlln, Field umplre-IIUdrbraml.
Time l hour and 45 minutes.
Connie Mack's Own
Story of Troubles
QONNIE MACK'S- own story of
his recent troubles will be
told by the Athletics' manager in
THE SUN Saturday. Why he
dealt with Bender, Plnnk,
Coombs, Collins, Baker and oth
ers as he did, how he has fought
his nnrt of th lincnbnll ,,, ,1
mn pun. OI tne DasCDall War, (le-
Inile rt kt I 1 I
ik ma uw uursonai nnru- i
ships and other intimate facts
will be printed for the first time.
Watch for this remarkable exclu
sive interview I
D0AK RIGHT AT RIGHT TIME.
Ills First Shutout of milt Needed
o lleat A tin ma Cards Loae Next.
St. Louis, June 30. The Cardlnate and
Pirates split another double header to
day, the home side taking tho rlrst game,
2 to 0, while Pittsburg nipped the next
In the tenth, f to 2. nil! Doak hurled
his first shutout game of the season to
beat Adams. Jack Miller dmvo linti.r
TZVoZT,T 'eniW111 SOX SWEEP UP SERIES.
Y'rtuL . ",lr""e auee, soorlng
-...ii.i iiini agiier. The scores:
FIRST GAME.
PITTSnillia (N. M, ST IX3ULS (N. I.I
ft" 0 !' ' . ibh.
" - rr - ii - a i r. 1 o mit er
i.011 ns cf 4 I t ft n li,..i. t .'
iiiill.? tVr i 1 i 2 J,!'.' f'?.-'
a : i 3
1
3 0 10 0
2 1 3 r, 0
ii.,.. ;::.'' . . . i i
v 016 OlLnng.rf.
... 0 0 1 OiHyati.lh
3 0 10 0
3 0 10 0
3 0 14 1 0
3 10 3 0
3 o r, o o
... tr y.so 3 0 0 3 0 lletzel.Ib. .
Coslel o 1 l n n a'u.. i.
.lohn.ton.lb 4 0 13 0 Oboak'p .V.
l.lbson.o, .. 4 12 10'
Adams.p... 3 0 0 1 o Totals,. ,38 4 J7 7l 1
Totals.. .32 r. 21 1( o'
Hatted for McCarthy In the ninth Inning.
',;":"" ooooooooo-o
' 'OUls 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 x-2
mum-Hi iuu. liuilrr 2 Two base hits
Carey, nihson Three base hit-Miller. StoteTT
baee-Huiler Do.ibi, .olay-Doak. Ilu Icr am
Miller HII by pitched ball-Hy Doak (Wag
ner) First bas on balls-Off Doak 2 Slrnclc
mtnute's ' " nour an" w
SBCOND OAME.
I'lTTSHUHO (N L) ' ST IX)UIS (N I.)
! !' ? ? , ibhiix
Collins cf .4 3 2 0 O'llevher 11 4 II n n
title, I II, 1 ft 7 , ft'V. .7,'" V." ! ? : ! ?
Itlni'h'n.rf t, i 2 l o Wilson ef
W.i g uer. st , S 2 2 4 O'Long-rf
Mi-'arty.:ii 4 111 o'llyati lb' "
113 3 0
4 13 0 0
4 2 2 0 0
4 0 11 1 0
4 1110
4 2 r. 1 0
4 0 0 3 0
JnMiM n.lb 4 lis n O'Hiizrl 3h
U..l,.. , , ,
... v iiniiznies.c.
M'Quill'n.p 4 10 3 IjS.dlee.p,
Totals.. 37 12. 10 14 ll Totals, .37 S SI IS 1
Plitshllrg 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 I
St Louis ...100010000 .02
Kiliis-pttLburr, Collins. Illnchinan. Wag"
ner. Srhang: St LnuU, Hugglns. (ionrales,
Two base hits Wagner. Carey. Sehnng Three
haw hits-McCarthy. (Innznlea, Hiiichman
Sai rlflii- hits - Mcquillan. Wlleoii. ll iird
Doiibln ,'ilnv -Hvntt ond (ionrales. First base
, on ikiiip -un nnuci. a, on -iicvuiuan 2. struck
.nut lly Sllee 3. liy MiQiulan I, Umpires-
.tun- . iiiiiirn uilll an
minutes
I'nrllle Coast league,
San Franrlsrn, 4: Venice, 2.
Porlliind, 3; Oakland, 1.
Los Angeles, 10; Halt Lake, I,
Texas league.
San Anlnnlo. t; Dallas, 3,
lliiUeslon. 1; Waro, 0,
Houston, 5; Hhrevepori. 4,
Fori Worth, S; Beaumont, 0,
North rarnllnu League,
Asherllle Raleigh, rain.
Oreensbnrn, . Durham, 4.
WlnstoifSalem, t; Charlotte, 0.
.. :!,,,, !!rhIn',,, ,'rk' 2 games, I 30
V. SI. to-day. Tip-Tops vs. Kansas Clly freds.
iiv.
FIX ATj SCOIIE LS 11 TO 2
Yesterday's Results,
Kansas City 11; ltrnnklyn. 2.
Chicago, 7; .Newark, r, (12 Innings.)
Pittsburg, G; llalllmore, 1.
Iliiftalo, li : St. Louis, 1,
Standing nf the Clubs.
W L. PC W L. IC,
St Louis,. 37 25 ..WINewark 31 31 ,f0O
Kansas city 33 r; .r.p iirook rn.. so ? .4",
rhlcaxo..., 31 25 .MT'ililtlmore.. 2T. 31 .397
ritisiiurir,. .v. 21 .wiuiir.no.. ,, 23 41 .Jit
To-day's Schedule.
Kansas City tn Ilrooklyn (two games.)
(')ilragn In Newark.
Pittsburg In llalllmore (two games.)
St, I.ouls tn lluftalo (two games.)
Kansas City slaughtered the Tip Tops
at Washington Park yesterday nfter
noon nnd won by n' score of 11 to 2,
Johnson held the Krnoklyns to seven
,,l,s n"'1 '"'Klit have shut them out but
f"r ,no fart ,,lat ,le ensed up toward the
"'
In the elchth Inning Johnson hit his
aborigine contemporary, Ulue Jacket,
with a pitched ball nnd Kuuff's triple
scored the redskin. Ilrooklyn's Inst run
was directly the result of nn error. Had
pitching ngittn contributed to the defeat
of Magee's men. l.alltte. Herring nnd
inue Jacket were nil easy for the Knti-
H,f'Uy Fc'fnls, who rolled up 11 total
" "ei-n snrctics. 1 lie score:
KANSAS CITY IF L)1 IlItOOKLYN IF L.)
ab bone! nh h t, n
C'bourne.et r, 1 1 0 nCooper.If., 3 0 3 0 0'
rioodwln.ss S 4 1 3 1illall.ni.. .. 4 0 1 4 o'
Slovall.lb. f 4 12 1 O'Kaurf.ef. 4 13 0 0
l'rrrlnr.:b 4 12 2 O'Smllh ss .42140
Shaw.lf..., t 2 0 0 0 AlllWson.rf 4 10 0 0
Hradley.Sb. 6 1 2 0 0'l.ind.e 2 12 0 1
Ollmore.rf, 3 13 0 olWrlcht.e. , 2 0 t 0 fl
Kasterly.c. I I t I 8!W,ih .. 4 0 II 10
Johnson.p coil 0!1lnward.:b, 10141
llrlfrieh,2b 3 10 4 0
Totals, .42 15 37 11 1 I.iflttr.p. .. 2 1 1 0 n
llterrlnc.p,. 00003
lH'Jaekrt.p, 2 0 0 0 1
I Totals ...1T. 7 27 17 1
liYonklyn ';'" . 0 0 0 0 0 n i -
Rns-Ksnsos City. Chadbourne. Ooodwln 3.
Stovall 3. Perrlne 2. Hradley. (lilmore! llrook.
Jj", Cooper. Anderson. First hise on errors-
S."": - ' V '" 1 ' ' r. Yio'A,."",, ."nV
more Three ; base hit.-(loodwln. Kaiift Two
bails -Oft Herring Struck out-Tlvlifltle
1. hi llerrin h Johnson t. Hit .
1 k' 1 1..11 n. !!.;,... ,rn... 1.. ..
tin, ,nilmoe.l 'n.rrtlW Wl-ll Imr. Ulnl.,,
unpen .iiikiw 111. i.uiilurr. ?iu. nil. iiriMiier
1 "Us Oil Lafltte. 7 In sir Innlrws: oft Her-
nn- s ln Innlnr: off Tlluelvkrt, r. In
two Innings t'mplre in chief Fyfe Field
umpire - Johnston. Time 1 hour and 4
minutes,
NE WEEDS FALL IN TWELFTH.
rhlfeda Need Five Ituna and Tlr It
In Ninth Tinker an Observer.
Nkwahk, .tune 30. The Newfeds got
another bump from Joe Tinker's Chlfeds
this afternoon, nlthough the firebrand
was not In the game himself to share
,n ln' wallopln''- "e was simply a silent
1 ""server owing to rorccu temporary re-
1 tlrement by President Ollmore. With
the score C to I ngalnst them the visi
tors went after Kalserllng In. the ninth
Inning nnd tied the score. In the twelfth
Fischer s single, .willing s sacrifice and
Heck's single earned' the winning run.
The score:
CHICAGO (F L.) '
NEWARK IF L.)
an n p a e
an h p a e
?.m''j!.'". ' ? X J r. i-iSLW.'." SI 5 1?.
FrllE.2b.s. 2011 0 Kousch.ef '.' 4 2 1 0
Flack.rf.lf.. 6 4 10 1 Laporie.2b 4 1 3 7
wilson.e. 3 2 2 2 ostrandsjb. o o i 0
zldlluTg'ct I ill Slttb 1 1 ? 3
Wfst'ill.3b. r, o 3 1 O'Mllls.lli C 2 l o
Heck.lb. it 2 13 0 olltariden e. 4 0 3 2
Mann lJ.rf t 1 7 o i Kaiserling.n 2 0 0 2
F" "-'.fc" ? ! r : otalkenbg.p 0 0 0 2
M'Conn'll.p f 2 0 7 o tlluhii.
1 0 0 0 0
Totals 45 Hi 36 17 3, Totals 4112 34 21 1
sllattrd for Smith in the eighth inning
tllaltrd for F.ilkenberg In the twelfth In
ning Newark .40000101000 0-r,
Chicago 100 (i 0000 f. 00 1-7
I Runs-Newark Esmond, 2: Rnusib. 2;
' Scheer. McKechnle: Chicago Fritz. Fla.'k. 2:
Flanher lU-rU Mi-fnotiell K-rinM 1,11a
lleck. MrConnell Sacrifice tills
Katserliiur, Rous,'h. twilling Stolen basrs-
eleven Innings: oft Falkentierg. 1 in one in
I nlng First base on bills-Off McConnell, 3.
Struck nut lly Kalserllng, 2: by McConnell,
1 Hit by pitched ball-lly McConnell (Hnrl
ilenl. P.isseil ball Rarlden Double play
Smith. Farrell and lleck, First base on er
rorsNewark. 1: Chicago, 1, Ift on bases--
Newark. G: Chicago. G, umpires -llrennan
and Shannon Time 2 hours and 10 minutes.
At Baltimore,
R II. P..
Pittsburg (F L.) 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 H 7 1
Il'tlmore (F.L.I 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 S 3
Ilatterlet Dickson and O'Connor; Ilen.ler
and Jacklltsrh, -
At Buffalo,
R. II, E.
St Louis f F.L.) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 3 0
lluftalo (P. L.) 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 3 x 9 14 2
llatterles Trandall. Wlllett ond Hart
ley; Anderson and lllatr.
Brown IMtohrra Ineffeellve and
Bens la Just Gonit Knongh,
Ciiicaoo, June 30. The White Sox
mnde It a clean sweep to-day, taking
the fourth game of the series with St.
Ixiulw, R to fi. Tho Kox knocked two
Hrown pitchers off the mound, while
Unix kept the visitors' hits scattered.
The score:
ST IX3UIS lA L.) I CHICAGO (A L.)
ab h p a el ab h p n e
8hotton.ll 3 0 3 0 liFclsch.rf . 4 12 0 0
Austln.3b .110 1 O Weover.ss.. 3 3 2 2 0
Slsler.lb. r 1 6 1 : i: Collins. :b. 2 0 1 3 0
Pratt.:b . r, 3 3 4 0 Hrrtoii.Jb. .10 10 0
C.Wnlk'r.cf 6 2 3 0 0 Fourlller.tb 4 2 10 0 0
K Walk'r.rf 3 o 1 0 0'J Colllns.rf .41300
1. avail. ss,. fi 1 1 2 ORotli.lf . ,,.2 0 3 1 1
Agnew.c . 2 0 2 2 1 Sehalk.e. 2 14 0 0
Beyereid.c 3 2 6 2 0 Daly.e 0 0 0 0 0
Wfllmon.p, 2 0 0 1 0lllackb'e,3b 4 3 0 3 1
Jiimes.p,... 0 0 0 0 0 Ilenz.p 4 0 1 3 0
l.eary ... 1 1 0 0 o, .
JCoob.n. . o 0 n 0 0 Totals. ...SO 11 27 12 3
t Walsh ... 1 0 0 0 o
I-evrrcnr.p 0 0 0 0 0,
Totals M Ti 7l Tl i:
Hatted for .lames In the sixth Inning
tHatted for Koob In the eighth tuning
SI Louis 20001011 l-n
Chicago 10142000 x 1
Runs St. Louis -Slinlton, Austin, Slider.
Pralt, 2: Severinl: Chicatn-Frlseh. Weaver,
2; J Collins. Roth. 2: Schalk, Illarkhurne.
Two base tills. Weaver. Pratt Three base
hits Feln-di. J Collins. C Walker. Sacnflce
hlts-Aiisiln, Frlsch. Weaver. Srhalk Stolen
hose Weaver First hise on balls-Off Helix,
S: oft Koob, 2; off Wellmaii. 2: off James, l;
off L-vrrenz, 1. Struck mil ily Out, 3: by
James. 2! by Koob. 1: by lvrrrnr. 1 Wild
pilches llenz, Hellman. Umpires-Kvans and
Chill Time -2 hours and 12 minutes,
(irent Neck Club lluja Llnka,
(Irkat Nkck, June ,10, Tho Oreat
Neck (Iiilf Club, which for the past live
years lias leased Its links, has ratified
the plan pres. nted by the president,
Charles II. (ioddaiil, for the purchase of
the property. The parcel to be conveyed
to the club comprises nlnety-llvo acre.
The club has entorisl Into a lease for thu
other twenty-seven acres that thevourso
covers. Title will be taken by tho club
In July.
Ilnnl May Be Postponed.
Manager Welsmantle of the boxlna
club nt Kbbcts Field nnnounces that If
rain continues to fall to-night's Gunboat
Smith-Charley Welncrt bout will h
postponed tn lo-uiurruw night, He has
nrro-nxed thesjo preliminaries: Oeorgo
Rodel vs. Sailor Frltts and Uattllna
Johnson vs. Jack Hcmple.
SohK-r. Farrell Three base hits Scheer, Mr.'11" " ""'l baseball out of Its system
Council, Fischer, lilts -Oft Kalserllng. 13 in I In the first Inning. The Dodgers tried
The llrooklyns easily vanquished the . nnd hold to one base. Snow Immedl
Olaiits yesterday nnd broke away from ntely stole second. While Hums wns
the bottom. They passed the Hcds, nl- V-W!' ,Ut .'': l1, ,,h" V1'1",1 c?'."
,,, , ... lol'ler moved to third. Doylo bit
though tho latter team broke even with sharply to O'Mara who accepted ten
the Cubs. The Phillies threw a defeat Imrd chances during the day and Stiod
Into the Ilraves. and tho Cardinals and j ,Kra',H trapped between third and
Pirates beat each other.
Yesterday's Itrsulta.
Brooklyn, 7i Nw York, 0,
Philadelphia, Itoston, S.
Cincinnati, 1: Chicago, 0 (first game).
Chicago, 3: Cincinnati, 0 (second game).
St. Louis, 2; Pittsburg, 0 (first game).
Pittsburg, 4; SI, l-ouls, 3 (ten Innings,
second game).
Detailed Htandlnt of the Clubs.
Club.. g ;I J I 3 I
Chicago "7 i "b
Philadelphia. 4 I ill il
St. Loult t 3 "e a 4 ii
Pittsburg..,, "43 7 In 7
boston I S I 3 8 0 S
New York.... "4 3 3 1 1 i
Hrooklyn 3 1' 4
Cincinnati.... 1 i 7 "ill i3
ifJatne lost.. 5'37i1T:s 3.1 30 31 32
3131 U0
31 :'&3i
33.4M
2nio,.4M
34' .443
24 32 ,4W
310'
V
To-day's Schedule.
New York In Ilrooklyn.
lioston In Philadelphia.
Pittsburg In Chicago.
St. Louis In Cincinnati.
A caveln on the part of Rube Mar
quard In the eighth Innlnr; of yester
day's gnme nt Ebbets Field spoiled one
of the prettiest games of the season.'
Ilrooklyn fell upon the faint henrted
thrusts of McOraw's southpaw for eight
hits nnd six runs In this one Inning.
The half dozen counts
added to ono
1 thnt bad been presented earlier to the
Dodgers gave Koblnson's men a 7 to 0
over Nfw York nnd a"wed
them once more to cast off the cellar
I V, ' '
For obvious rensons It seemed a pity
I., . , .... ,. -
"mt Mnrquard should have collapsed so
1 near his Journey's nd. He had no
hope of winning. Pfeffer was too good,
Onco past a dangerous first Inning thlH
burly youngster of the Dodgem was as
Invulnerable us Alexander the (Irent nt
bis best. A two base error by Merkle
opened the gate to a Ilrooklyn count
In the fifth nnd one mn wns all that
Pfeffer needed yesterday afternoon.
The pity of Mnrquard's sudden fall
from grace .was that It undermined nn
exhibition of defensive skill seldom
equalled In this Iron (contract) itgi
Till the thunderbolt broke out of
near sky Marquard had allowed only
two lilts, ono of them n scratch. His
.early excellence mnde the later fall all
the more prominent. Furthermore It
takes sometime to manufacture) six
runs. And as tho contest consumed Junt
one hour and eighteen minutes a sea
son's record for speed might haw been
set had Hube turned back the foe in
order In the eighth.
In spite of Pfeffers whole hearted
work Ilrooklyn fandora doubtless re
0 Kurds Zach theat as tho lion of the
0 afternoon. In that doleful eighth Zarh
o cracked out n home run with two on
S J""" This blow killed the last faint
0 I lIe ot the visitors. It Is quite true
0 . that the clout ordinarily would have
o;br(,n no Pttcr than a single. The ball
0 ,k .,,.. frnm ,1m,.
took u false bound nway from Snod
grass us he went to pluck It on a
short hop. Yet tho sphere was hit so
hard that It rolled all the way to
the lumber pile In centre field. Homers
thnt bring In three runs aro not so
plentiful that they should bo sneezed
at, whether they mount the palings or
dodge outfielders.
Fortunately for Pfeffer Hrooklyn got
hard to handicap their boxmnn In this
round, but 1'feffer simply wouldn t stand
for It. Snodgrnss opened with a hard
liner that (letz wns lucky to knock down
CONNIE MACK WILL NOT QUIT.
Neither Will He AllosT Any One to
Intrrfrrr With Athletics.
rmi.ADrxriUA, June 30. Connie Mack
will not sell his stock In the Athletics,
neither will he allow nny one to Interfere
with him In the running of his team.
Thl Is the gist of a stateraprt made
at Hroad street station by Connie Mack
lust night while the tenm was on the
way from Washington to Itoston.
"My Interest In the Athletics is not
for sale nt any price," he said. "But
any time my pnrtners are dissatisfied
with the way I'm running my ball club
or the American League doe not llko
what I'm doing nnd wants to drive me
out of the city they can do It easy
enough. Hut It will be a case of driving
me out, for 1 don't intend to quit.
"There Is ono thing certain, however,
I'm not going to let any one tll mo
how to run my club."
Virginia League.
Hocky Mount. 6. Newport News, 3
Portsmouth. 3: Suffolk, 2 (first game).
Suffolk, 3: Portsmouth, 2 (second game),
Norfolk Petersburg, rain,
rrospeet Park Baseball Results.
N. Y. World. . N. Y. American, 7,
Lincoln F. C, 6, Parkslde F C, 0,
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Hlldebrnnd hooted one In the fourth In
ning when Warhop threw to first to catch
Neft napping. The throw plainly had Neff
and with over a foot to spare, hut the
umpire didn't allow the out. Hlldebrand,
by the way. has developed the gum chew
ing habit and rivals Orth as n busy and
continuous muncher.
Malsel had various kinds of putouts,
battsd halls and thrown balls Ills tlrst
Iday was spectacular. He snatched a hot
liner Just above the ground.
Any kind of a throw would have nailed
High In the tlrst Innlag when he wont from
llrst to third on a single, hut Connolly's
effort was nothing belter than an aimless
heave; which misled the base by fifteen
feet
The Washlngtons didn't cavort with the
dash ii nd fire they had the last time they
were here. They are a lively club usually,
but seem to b" a bit Jaded at present.
The Olnnts have been brought up short
In Ihrlr last two games Hughes, then
Pfeffer, cheeked their hilling all of a
sudden, and In their last eighteen innings
they have bten entirely out uf runs.
.Sonndso, according to one critic, "has
hardly a superior In calling balls and
slrlkes," e'oandsn being n certain big league
uuip. Calling halls nnd strikes l one kind
of an art and calling thetr. right Is an
other Walter Johnson has pitched twenty-nine
consecutive Innings without being scored
on nnd entertains notions nf adding nine
or so more while spending a few days In
our fair city,
Jark Miller may be the most valuable
player In the National League, as a man
In Chicago avers, but there Is a well
founded suspicion that most managers
would prefer to have Alexander.
Tho real speed king this season In burn
ing up the space between home plate and
frst base is Davis Robertson, M, D.. of
Virginia and the Giants. '
uMir. nui in me runup tietr. pegncii
wllil and Fred wns able to scramble
safely back to third, Doyle meanwhile
moving 10 second. Fletcher, however,
popped to Uctr. nnd O'Mara tossed out
Hobertson.
Doyle was the Inst man of the dlanls
to get on bnsn until Ilrooklyn had tucked
the game safely nwnv for PfefTer.
ginning with tho second, for seven con
secutive Innings McOraw's men were
turned back In one, two, three order. Two
were strikeouts and of ten flies only
three carried to outfielders. Orant, bat
tlnff for Marquard, singled to centre to
start New York's ninth. He stole sec
ond and third without drawing u throw,
lis the scoro favored Ilrooklyn, 7 to 0.
Hut the top end of tho butting order
couldn't cash (Irnnt. Snndgrass and
Hums popped weakly to (I'M lira and
Doyle fouled to McC'nrty. On numerous
occnslons meanwhllo Pfeffer received
spectacular support. A wonderful run
nlng catch by Myers took nn extra base
hit from Doyle, starting the fourth, be
fore either side hnd tallied. McCarty
killed off what looked n sure bunt hit
In the eighth,
McCarty, who singled with one out In
the third, was the first Ilrooklyn player
to reach first. He got no further, ns
Pfeffer tiled to centro nnd Meyers
grounded to the box. Daubcrt' singled
through Fletcher with only one gone In
the fourth. Doyle forced him on
w bet s grounder, after which Larry
tossed out Cutshaw.
The break of the game leaned Hrook
lyn's way quite heavily In the fifth.
Merkle went back deep for Zlmmermnn's
shnrp rap. Marquard covered first In
Plenty of time, but Merklo's toss car
ried high nnd Zimmerman got to second
on the bobble. Uctr. sacrificed nnd Mc
carty's deep fly to centre brought In
the run.
A double by Getr.. first up In the
eighth, was the" first Indention that
-Miinpiuril was weakening. IIoer,
as this gentleman was caught stealing
third Immediately nfter Mci'arty tiled
to Ilurns It looked as If Ilrooklyn would
have to be content with the one run.
Then came the unexpected. Pfeffer S
sinriou mis wonderful rally with a clean
hit to right. Ho took third on Myers's
single to centre. O'.Mnrn hit to the
same garden, scoring Pfeffer Daubcrt
also singled to centre, scoring Mvers
nnd Jake moved to second on Siiod
gruss's throw to third, which failed to
nip O'Mara. Wheat's liner bounded
away from Snodgrnss for a home run.
Cntshaw singled to left nnd snrltitpil
to third when Zlnimeminn shot n clean
one-sacker to right. This last was the
venth consecutive safety offMnrquard
after two were out. Cutshnw nml
. ''"'"ermnn worked tne double steal
Miccessrully for the last run nnd Zlm
merman continued to third when Doyle
was tardy In getting over for Meyers'
lino throw. (letz. up for the second
tlmo In the Inning, finally smothered the
rally, though Fletcher hnd to make a
fine one handed play from n hot shot
that bounced ofT Marqunrd's glove for
the third out. If (Jetr. hadn't been
caught stealing third Hrooklyn might
have kept on scoring till dnrk. The
score :
NEW YORK (N. L) 'BROOKLYN (N. Ll
. ab h p a ej ab h p a e
Sirrassef 4 13 0 OjMyrrs.cf.. 4 12 0 0
,.u, .,, . . v i v u u .iiira.il,,
poyle.Sb, 4 0 0 2 1 Diuberl.lb.
Fleicher.ss 3 0 2 6 0 Wheal. if .
Rnb'son.rf 3 0 0 0 0 Cutshaw,2b
Merkle.Ib 3 0 11 1 LZinf man.rf
Lobr1.3b 3 0 12 OUrlz.Jb,
Meyers.o., 3 0 2 .1 OLMiCarty.c.
Mam'ard.p 2 0 1 3 0 Pfeffer.p
llrant ,,ltooo
4 1 s s n
4 2 110 0
4 110 0
4 12 2 0
4 1 1 0 II
3 112 1
2 14 2 0
3 10 2 0
Totals 32 10 27 13 1
Totals, .) 2 21 16 2 ...wi
Hatted for Marquard in the ninth Inning
New York OOOOOOOO o-o
Ilrooklyn. .. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 x-7
Runs-nronklyn. Mers. O'Mara. Daubert.
wheat, Cutshaw Zimmerman. Pfeffer First
has on error- Hrooklyn I-ft on baes New
York 3. Hrooklyn 3. Home ruu-Whrnt Two
base hit-Oetz Struck out-lly .Marquard 1
by Pfeffer 2 Stolen bacs SnodgTaes. (Irani
2. Cutshaw. Zimmerman Samllce hit-GHz
Sacrifice fir MiJartr Tmnir. in ..i,in t,..t
!rr- ,F".U umpire Hart Time 1 hour arid
is minutes.
Brooklyn Bovrlrra Ambltlona.
Members of the Hrooklyn Howling
wrrai tiun piayeu on two rinks nt
Prospoct Park yesterday. On rink No. 1
C. Oalloer, S. Olover and (leorge Mor
rison with 25 levat A. Brnsl, a. F. Stew
art and W. Henderson with 10, On rink
No. 2 A. M, Ciownny. W. A, Ker and A,
Hennett, 24, beat Dr. J. Deans, D T
Scott and M, Mc.NMll, 19. After tli3
contests the club voted a silver trophv
cup for a return match nt Brooklyn
with the Thistle Club of Hartford, which
beat the Urooklynltes at Hartford last
Saturday.
To Take Anto Rare Movies.
Moving pictures arc to be taken o(
the nlKht automobile races at Brighton
Beach racetrack next Monday. Tills
never hns been done defore because
lighting arnuisoments have precluded
It. Now, however, the same lighting
system used at the Sheepshead Bay
Vt-lodromo and found so satisfactory
will be used for tho nuto. events.
Western league,
Sloui City, (; St. Joseph. I,
Omaha, i: Des Moines, 2.
Wichita-Denver, rain.
Topeka-Llnrotn, rain.
Scripps-Booth
bo strikingly the choice of owners of superlative
motor cars, satisfies the love of beauty and dis
crimination exemplified in their homes and other
possessions.
ISOTTA FRASCIIIN1
MOTORS COMPANY
2 West 57th Street
Phone
Plata 7816
LOSKIIS SCOHE DOUDIiKI)
lUvsitonK, I.. I., June 30. The Isllp
Wanderers sprung n surprise In the low
goal ioIo tournament this nfternoon nnd
outplayed the Isllp Hovers from start to
finish. This was the first of the semi
finals and the winning team will hnvo
to pl.iy the winner of to-morrow's gnmo
on Saturday nfternoon. The game to
morrow will be brtween the Isllp Free
booters and the Piping Itoclt team.
A. (!. Schwartz played with the Hov
ers. Although he was down ns back
on the card, he played nil over tho field
nnd nfter the ball had been thrown In
changed the playing lineup so thnt Hut
ton was hack and Cobalhis No. 3. The
experts criticised this nnd figured thnt
the change cost the Hovers the game.
The Wanderers were without the ser
vices of Fred Stone nnd In his place
M. Flelschmnn playid No. I, Flelsch
man scored two gonls nnd mnde no
errors. The score nt the finish was Tll
to 3'j In favor of the Wanderers and
when tho final hell rung every player
felt that he had been In 11 contest !n
which feeling ran somewhat high nt
times. Among thoe who watched the
cont'st were Commodore Dallas 11. Pratt,
Mrs. A. D. II. Pratt, Mrs. J. M. Ceballos,
Miss Lula Pcballos. Mrs. K. F. Hutton,
-Mr. tiiiii .mis, Horace iiavemeyer, .1. i..
i;iiuy, .Miss Kiiny, Mrs. Hurry lloilins
linn i'n voilne mpmners or tier
family who thoroughly enjoyed watching
the mounts, Klngslnml Macy, Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Plnkerton nnd K. C. Ilium.
The summaries:
ISLIP WANDKHIlItS ISLIP HOVERS.
No. 1 M FleiiunnikNo. 1 J O'Dny,
No. 2-J II MiiinlcU. No 2 J M. Ceballos,
Nn 3-J K Meyer No. 3- E. F II til I oil
H.n-k-A U, II Pratt Uack A C. Schuartr
Pratt. 2; Flelschman. 2 Total, 8. Lees Meyer,
fuut. ' Net total, 7'i.
Mlp Hovers lly goals. ODay. 2: Ceballos.
1: by handicap. 1 Total. 4 Is foul by
Schwortr. Net total, ,.
STEEN BEATS HIS OLD MATES.
SIukkIiik of Crnirforil nnd Vltt
Helps Dunn Cleveland. 7 to B.
Dktiioit. .luno 30. Mng dlstanco
clouting by Crawford nnd Vltt was prln-
clpally responsible for Detroit's victory
Isllp wanderers- n goals, Mlnniric
i
triple, while Vltt tore off a pair of
timely three baggers. Steen t.ltched
against hi old tea'mmates. The score:
CLEVELAND (A. LP IETHOr (A LI
ai li p n e all Ii p a e
I-ellwlll.CI 6 0 2 0 0,Vltt.1b. ... 6 2 1
H.im'tHl.tb. 4 111 o'Kav'agh.:b 2 13 10
unapman ss a 3 ,i 6 ouoouci .1 0 4 0 1
jacKsou.iu l l'j l l ur.iwt u.ri
Gr.inry.lf.. 4 12 0 o Veach.lf...
'worth.rf 4 2 0 0 o:Hunrs.lb..
Wamhv,3b. 4 o o 0 1 Hush.ss. ..
O'Neill.c. 4 16 1 ostanage.c.
Mllthell.p. 2 0 12 0 Steen. p.,,
Harstad.p 0 0 0 1 o;
Mnlth 1 1 0 0 Oj Totals..
4 3
4 1
0 0 .
0 0 1
4 1 12
1 IJ I ,
3 0 16 o
1112
"is 0
r,
32 92,15 1
Totals 3W1 in 51 IS
Hatled for Harstad ln the ninth inning
Clevtland 0 o o 0 0 J 0 0 0-2
Detroit .... 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 lsx-7
Huns-Cleveland. Hammond. Chapman: !
trolt. Vltt 2. Kavanagh. Cobb. Crawford.
Hums. Stanage, Two base hits-Jackson.
Crawford Three base hlls-VHt 2. Crawford.
rK-tn.nn u,ffA,u hii..rni.i, ii.,.ti ....
Chapman. Sacrifice hits -Cobb. Huh. Steen
Struck out-lly Siren 2. by Mitchell 1. by
Harstad 1 First bae on balls -Off stren 2.
off Mitchell 2 Umpires Wallace and Con
nolly Time 2 hours
llnrlir to lleferer- White-Welsh Go.
Final detail of the Freddie Welsh.
Charby AVhlie tsnit were adjusted last
night Hilly Itoche was chosen to refereo
the contest, which will bo at tho
Brighton Bench racetrack Satunlny
nUht. It was decided to take movln-t
pictures. Ten thousand bleacher ticket!
at 11 will In. on sale. The boxers will
weigh In at Consldlne's, Broadway and
Forty-second street.
NOTES OF GIANT DISASTER.
The Giants owe the Dodgers a postponed
game, which will be played off as part of
a double header Saturday nfternoon
Fletcher and O'.Mar.i engaged In a grand
shorlstopplug duel Ka-ii repeatedly
made wonilerful slopn und excellent
throws. O'Mara accepted ten chances to
Fletcher's sevi n.
New- York overlooked Its greatest op
portunity in me nrsi inning. inen rnou
Kriiss was on third nnd Doyle on second,
with only one nut Not another Gtant
vNlted Jake Daubert till the ninth.
It was a day of ehame for Mnrquard,
but one of glory for Kddte Grunt He
boosted hl record with a hit nnd two
steals, all In- about three second The
fact that he was allowed to run wild will
not show In the nttlel.il imrages at the
end of the sejHtin
It all happened to the Hubs so quickly
that the game was lot before .McGraw
could call for help He had u couplo of
relief men on the w-av to the bull pen ns
soon as Getz doubled In the eighth. Hut
he lagged thnn when Getr. w a caught
stealing third ''or the second out.
The Dodgers have done some clean clout
ing In their lime, but It Is doubtful If
the ever surpassed yeterdn form -seven
consecutive hits one of them a
home run. with two cut
Until Marquard was burled un ler an I
nvulutiche of runs those Giants fought like
Trojans for the gume. The scoreboard I
snowed uie roui di tne urnveg in rillludel
phla and victory meant fifth place.
Both Pfefler and Marquard hnd perfect
control. Neither gave a pass nnd seldom
was either In the hole That Is whv the
game was so speedy In spite of the eighth
liming massacre
George Burns raced away acrns the foul
lines almost tn the stands for O'.Mara's
line drive In the fourth. This matched
Mierss pretty running ratrh off Doyie In
the earlier half.
Roaditrr
for Thrra
$775
nOVKKXOKS' CIT IS IMMZE
t'EPAniicnsT, U I., .Iiinn 30. Orent
Neck defeated Cooperstown on the field
of the Hucknw.iy Hunt Club this eve
ning In ttho first name of the governors'
cup tourney, played without handicap.
The scorn wns in to T"i,
The up-State team ns outplayed by
tho Long islanders excepting near the
end of the game. The strong team play
of the Oreat Neck four wns marked by
several unusual combination plns. The
next gnme will be on Saturd.iy.
lineup:
The
Oreat Neck:
1 F McLaughlin.
2 It, La -MiinCik-nc.
3 J. Watson Webb.
Ilaek-H. E Sloddard
Coopers! own :
1 - N. I.. Tllney.
2-tl. ' ltumcy.
3 II. P llr.idlestnn.
ltnrk M m,iMiin
(Ireat Neck -Karned enals. 10. Cunperstnwn
r..iriiT-n jto.n .7 io-i ny I'enaiiirs 1. f
total. 7s4. Individual anal. Mt I.jtiehlin 3,
Stod lard 3. l..i Mont nine. Webb, Tiln.y 4,
-mm tun .. .--i-veiivip Hiinis-v Time -F.ighl
period of 7'a nilnulc Hefrree J E.
Cowdln
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yrstrrdnj ' Itesidls,
niehmond, . Newark, 4.
Providence, I; Jersey city, 3.
HllfTa In, C ltochMer, 3,
-Montreal, t, Toronto, 4,
Standing nf the Clubs,
1 w L. I"C w I,
PC.
Hi
, -royijienee. :u :i .mi Toronto. .. -t
1 - ' -v-".ui
: .4M
-Montreal. .
Richmond
31 27 ,R3 Itni'hesler .
59 ; sea ,lersi-y City
: .472
13 37 .333
To-ihi' 'thediile.
Newark In Itlihmond.
Hochesler in Montreal (A. M. and P.M.)
liurtjlu In Toronto (A. .it. nnd
I'. M.
PROVIDENCE PULLS THROUGH.
' "ents Jersey Clly, -I o ,', Protlllna;
I .... .... , .,
I " Home Triim'a llrrora.
Tim 1en,-i,ir,n -...
: ,T" 1 rnMdence (,mys squeezed out a
victory over .lers.-y City In j cwtenluv's
SiTctWrATV lrl
erbout for the locals hopois were nliout
evon. Mistakes behind the home tlrlcr
1 l'i'"Hcappe, his efforts to win. The
scoro :
PKOVIUENCK n I.) JElim-.Y CITY if t 1
1 ab h p a . nb h u 1
I PjfJ'tue s. 4 n 1 i (i Trucd le Jb I 1 '. 1
V.''i-yiV . 4 1 "' : " I'irry.ib- i . i i i o
i.'"."!-." " ?. " '.' ' 3 1 . o
Powell, If.
Cooper.p ,
1 - " u i-iiriell i v
3 110 0 Tragi -or ell o
3 0 ll 11 0 Yrrlillllf.p . I
- 'lli- nolil- ii n a n
31 S 27 11 e llru. k.n . ii ll i' 1 0
.tVeagrr 1 n n fl o
Totals
Hatted for Vtrbnut inVhe'r'ehth'in':. tic
tllatteil lor llruek in tin- ninth mmn
1 " roviuen.t- . .. 0 u 0 I u
I n -I
--3
o1 jersey city 0 n i u o
nun 1 ruviilell.f Slioan. Ont o Powell
,",','l'"i '.,'rr"v ''tv -Tru-dal- llirry l-,,r.
I 'll lirst li-iu- mi error I'm, uicnn- Two
bio hll.-True..'.ile Trastsetr Powr-U.
I .shorten Three hi.,. Iiii..Wm.i, n,,.i....
i S K-rltb-e hit -I'jbn.iuv Molen b.i-r Mum, n
fhean, .Me.Nall). Powill Trawt ssur Uti on
.f..-' , . IPr"'v -lly i llou'le
fia?f.o(rVe?bnut 1 i n k ,,rVi ""
1 7 Wild idtrh-Cooonr nM riir'V l'V.,,.M:r
, eight ing, t-Itrt?rrsJ tT;rrtioVi!ui. 9 L"
"ai. Time i "ho r ii.d"'Vnm,m?. 1 1 t',Wk"
I ,alr 111111 1 nour aim minuies
RICHMOND HITS BALL HARD.
Nrvrnrk I'ses Tno Pitchers, but la
Ileiiti-n, 11 in -I.
niciiMONn. Vit.. .luno 30 Hitting in
pinches g.n-e Itli-hnion-l n 11 tn 4 -!,-fi,T-v
i over Newark tb.s afternoon Se'iach't
relieved (Joodbroil In the eighth and Is
sued one pass Mussel u,iS h-II.I, hut
effective In pinches. The wore:
NEWARK ll 1, i HICH.MOND ii L)
.. a,, ll ' " e ab h P n a
Mensnr.lf .ilia o'Thnmp'n rf S s o a o
Timm.s. . 4 12 2 1 Piek.'.h 2b.. 4 12 3 0
Toolev.jb . 1 1 3 n Hatci.rf 4 1 i l o
Callahan.cf S 1 1 o o Ar.ignn.ss 1 0 3 3 n
Kraft. lb. 4 l i ' Jordan, lb . 4 2 n o o
im'man.".b 2 o 1 1 'Dunn If 4 110 0
Witler.rf 4 2 2 1 v F'trr,:b 3h I 1 2 2
.snow.c 12 3 1 n M-liiiufele.e 4 0 4 2 0
Goo.lbred.ll 3 0 0 3 0 Kllss.ll p 1 0 0 4
Sehaeht p 0 0 o 1 0,'
Totals
11
27 IS 3
Total :i m 21
tlitti-d for Goodbrrd In the richth inning
New irk o i 3 n 0 0 0 0 04
HlchmoTiil 0 3 1 n 0 0 : 0 x-
iiSf'-Sf!""1, ,T'1!!,,I''' Kfaft. Zimmerman,
nltter; Kirhmonl. Tlionipsnn. Hales 2, rn
fun. Jordin. Fcweter Two ban- hlts-Cal,
lahan. Hate. .Ionian Three base hlv
hrafl Sierifltv hit-Pick moIku h.iees
Tnoley. Zlnim-rman. Witter. Hues, Jordan.
Thompson lllls-Off Gnodhrrd. in setea
Innings First base 011 h.ill-Off Itussell 4.
off Goo Hired I, off Sehaeht 1 lilt bv tillehe
lull-Hv Goodbnd 'Araconl "-truck out
Hv Huss.il 4 by Gooi.briHl : I'as.ed ball -XehauMe
Wild pitt'ies llussell 2 i.ft on
bises- Newark . Hielniion.l 7 rmpires
Carpentrr and Clear Tinie-1 hour ami 44
minutes
At Iliiffiilo,
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Jlorh'ter (I. I. 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 s' 1 i
Buffalo (II,.).. 0 (1 030002 X 3 I I
Ilitlertes Hochesler. Ptlmero nnd Will
lams, Buffalo. Beehe and Lalonge,
At Mon 1 real.
Toronto (I I. ) . .2 1 1 0 1 n 0 n 04' "7 Bj
Montreal 1 1. L. 1 . . 0 fl 1 0 (1 r. 2 0 x -s n t
llatterles- Toronto, o. n-lnun ook, Me
Tlcue nnd Kocher. Mn -e,, . Cul t and
Ilowley
New York -tiile Lciigue,
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