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THE. SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1915.
Yankees Finally Beat the Senators Alexander Receives $1,000 Bonus for His Twenty-fifth Victory) i 8 71 SHAWKEY BREAKS LOSING STREAK OF YANKEES AT LAST Shnls Out. Senators, Allowing Only Four lilts. So One Itnti Is Enough. TASS. WILD PTTCTT AND ERROR DECIDE RATTLE On,' more the Tygem tor thfOtff I Mtg WhltS Sox. practically eliminating j Chicago ffOIB li 1t vestige of a Pen-! M int h..v. 'hp lied Sox, however, hnd another Hold nay at the expense of the j Athletics, so that Hughle Jennings: wasn't ehle to italn In his slaughter of I Rowland's men during Hip serin. Shaw- key Anally o.ime through with a ehutout j and the Vankpea wnn from Washington. St. Ienuls trlmmec, Cleveland snu am back Into sixth position once more. Yesterday' Result. Mew York. 1 . Washington. I. HOSlOtl, . ITiiPiuriiini, petroll. a; uucago, . t. l.nuls 4. ... ii. : t. To-day' Schedule. Nw York In Vshlnlon. Boston In Philadelphia. Detroit In Rt. ljiiis Washinoton. Sept 2 The Yankeea nally broke their loam streak thla 4Vfternnn and won a came after drop ping five In a row. They beat the Benatorn. 1 to 0. An error and a wild pitch p.ived the way for the lo. ale to put over what proved to be the winning run. The contest was a pltcherra' battle be tween bob Shawkey and Harry Harper, one of CrilBth'a youngaters. Both twiiie.1 bHIHaM baseball. 80 effective was ihu former Athletic that only one member Ot the home brigade reached eovoiid baae. Furthermore. Shawkey held WaabinitOII to four scattered nits, whereig tiio Yanks made six oft Harper. The game was won In the elxth lanini. and Harpar tu prtnelpally to liia 'lie Cor Ita loss. First he walked Hoc l.'ook and after the latter reaohed second Oil HaitreU's sacrifice Harper Uncorked a Ud pitch. When Willlami reooveri 1 the ball Cook was resting on tliii.l llaumann. the next man up, shol 1 fatt Kiounder to Mcltride. The lalier. In t4d of trying to kill off tha run at the plate, made the throw to lint. Hi- toss gut llaumann, but (.'hick Qandll did nol carry out hi part. He had plenty of time to nip Cook, but Instead made wild throw over WtU Wini and Cook was able to score. Anotlier new outfielder got Into a Xhhkea uniform and took his place at bat. Tlie t.ew. omer was Miller, late of Mobile. Four- Mines he went to bat and once he fanned. The other times he was retired on long flies, lionovan used him In centre in place of Kemp Shellon The game wan Interesting despite the scarcity of hits. In the ninth the Wash ington f:iris tried to start a rally and for a moment It looked as If they would succeed. Hut the Yauk Infield rose to the occaarlon ujid dispersed the enemy. Kopp. a pinch hitter for Harper, worked Shawkey for a pass. Nobody was out and the fans begun to get a bit bois terous. With three and one on him Danny Mueller went after a fast one and bounced It right in front of 1'ipp, who threw to Boone. That killed off Kopp. Danny's return throw was Just In time to nail Moeller. Home hopes were revived a bit wlien Foster lx at out an infield hit. They died a few seconds later when Milan forced Foster at second. The Yanks hud other chances to score besides the one In the tuning in which they sue coded. In the first frame Tioone singled ami after Hartiell fouled to Williams Don took second when Ttauniaiiu hit to e.-ntre. rtenth IMpp and Miller fanned. With one down in the third, ghawksy got na far as the mid way. He was lefi stranded when Hart jtell lined to Moeller and Haumaun popped 10 tiatidll. Cupl. 'I'. I,. Huston Joined the team her, tO-day and denied the report that the fankeeg have oined a deal for ,T. Frank! n Maker, the home run star. Huston cams her.- with Man Johnson. Wiien asked about tho Baker deal the Cap smiled and said: "There's nothing to it. Somebody's heen dreaming over In Philadelphia, We'd like to get Maker, but there isn't a chance in a thousand this year, for Connie doesn't want to let him go." Johnson's fist! is merely a friendly one, and according to linn ha no real slirniiliMi.ee other than he Is here to "luok things over.'' lie did not attend the game, but remained at his hotel. Ho had 1 bad soldi Tim geoiti NEW YOIIK i I, 1 WASHINGTON lA I.I ah h P a , h ii a e Took i i . - I 1 11 0 Mn,. lie,. If... 4 0 I 0 0 Hurt ell .i 112 3 n rmtrr.L'b .. 4 1 1 n nums'n.llb llil "Milan if 4 1 4 u 0 IIpii Hi :; 'Ml 1 0 HhunkOh . 3 11 0 1 11 Miller , f ,., t 11 1 11 OQandil.ib.,, 31701 lll-li.ll 1 I I 0 n Aeuslarf.. 5 11 3 0 11 Bo " v.... till OlWIlJiamo.c . :i 11 7 3 Nimani'er I 11 4 u " Mchinio 31110 hulo n tin:' 11 llariier p. ... ; 0 a 0 'Kopp u 0 0 0 Tola! ...2 57 IS 0 Total H 4 57 I Belli : lor Harper In ins ninth Inning. New York a 0 11 a n 1 0 a 01 Washlnitoii 00000000 00 Hun Nee Vorh Cook D-ft on bnaewMsv York, IVuohlngton Knst bsat on hallH Ofl shswkey, I; off llariier. 2 Slrnea out Bs khswkey 1. by Harper 4 Sacrih.s. hn Oook. A-' -ii. Hurl'. 'II Dimhle plays Him main, Uoonu ami Wpill William and Poapr Pinp, Boon an.i Plpp Wild jilteh Harper Umpire nr. .11. in nd Hlldebrand. Time- 1 hour bihI i" minutei North l eroltna l.eugne. lhar1otie, winsiou Salem, 1 .ten In fllne-" O.ie t ruins pnsipont'd - rain. vrw Kii(lal I 1 s k ue W 'l. 4. l.elslon, I 1 I Low. -11. 0 .first xatnei Lynn, " iss,fHi.i guni.'i. WW inn. Ij PIP hloirg. 0. i.t 1 . 1. . S, 4, Manchester, I, r-l l I'nlo 1. rounds In-day, S.:tQ I. M. (WANTS vs PHTI.AOsTI.PHiZ Art. Haehail, Mashlnslnn Pert. 1:30 P. today, Hp-Taps v.. UsKlmois Fed.. S4 i.sis lue, alio. Detailed Standing of Hie Club. - I It jWI III L mm. lillMil It 1 i-S ' r. -7 a. c 3 1 C Boston tl:" 11 a 1 ij m IN j Dark ui4.. .,,., 7 I II 10 h l U 14 12 4.1 OS". I OMcago "ft 11 I IJ 14 ' 1 1 1 1 h N M Washington.. 1 1 n c to is! M sa, sji NawVork.. ." I 1)1 1 Mis 11 MM 47i gt, Lsnfc.. 1 1'1 1 o llil t n m Cleveland" 1 ill 1 1 M j" PhUadelphla "4 I 3 1 1 1 l l'j I Game loat-T W 43 vt M M 7i7lu '4 so I ONLY ONE GIANT CROSSES PLATE IN DOUBLE HEADER Doyle's Hit, His Steal and Fletcher's Double Prevent Shutout by Chalmers, but Nothing Like That Occurs Against Alexander. Our tindgers hung It all over the Hmvos fin their new Meld yesterday afternoon, hut the victory availed thorn little In tho way of advancement, an Mr. draw's (llanta crumbled In both of their j cikc-ag-cmcnta with the leading I'hlllles. In the only other game scheduled the' Cardinals won easily from the Pirate, j Yesterday's Result. Philadelphia, I; New York. 1 tflrat gamel. I I'M in i:. 2. New York. 0 larronili Saniet Brooklyn. 10; Boston. 1 st. Louts. 7. ptitstiurg. I. Detailed standing of the (inks 1 LUlililllliL w mim si ! f jS a i ?' 3 i ! xxfflutXB.(j u .'J ft Philadelphia. IJ 10 12 10 Rial MM1 'l:- ' ii iojii I11TI40 "ton 110 17 11 II ill 1S7l7j Chicago t Ii iojl ii1 loaoloa "-l1"0"1' ' 111 7 tlio l 01 M 44 Nrw York... 0 7 0 II 11li M A3 471 Pittsburg ... it I ill l'll II It 47 Cincinnati 7 10 I to 1 I Is tj7 lil ' urn lot.. . M V 7 Ml M g,r7 Tn-dsT' rheriulr. Pblladslphll In New York Brooklyn In Human. Chicago In Pittsburg, St. l-ouli In Cincinnati. By UII.M1U H. HAH A. The hitting of the Olants yesterday off Chalmers in the first g.vme. off Ah-x. the parasnn. In the ss ofid was too strag gling for any plural scoring, and ;n eighteen Innings they made only one run. Thev were beaten twice by the Phillies. 3 to 1 In the first. 2 to 0 In the second. The leadeia didn't bat niu-h. but managed to do what the 1 Hants could not do mass a few lilts in each tf.wne The New Yorkers had reallv good pitching In each contest, hut the Phillies BBf) a little better than that. Tesreau and Matty did commen.Uible work. In the first game, the Oxark Mountain struck out ten men. Init both Chalmers and Alex lnul the better of It by having no Inning at all In which their grip on the situation relaxed. Hesides, the Ph.lllee liemrd the Rotter of a pennant as an incentive, while the (Slants heard nothing except possibly the muttering. of an Insignificant post-season series with the Yanks. A 1,00 bonus went with Alexander s victory In the sisxmd game. He was to .got that sum If he won twenty-five gamee this year, and yesterday's Victor) was his twenty-fifth. In order that it might befit the occasion he made It a shutout The Ulsnts tapped him several times with nobody on, but when there was a camper along the trail he shot them down with a whistling shoot, a r gxag curve, a skidding hop or some such pitching contraption which wouldn't be hit. Mcilraw presented the same tram that rose up and roughed the Phillies the dav before, but it was the same In name only. The deeds were missing. For in stance, a weakness was found In the hatting methods of the redoubtable Jim Thorpe, who not only didn't make three hits In one game but didn't make any n two games. lie struck out twice and against Alex was removed for cause. He struck out both times he faced Ate x! Still since his return to the uper circles Jeannette Retires, Saving "Color Line of Willard Will Help Game' Joe Jeannette has reiired from the ling. The easy apolton hero of many a tieive glove encounter says that Jess Wlllard's deteriuiiiation to bar colored oppoasnta has brought aliout this decision on his part. Willi t lie posslbls esfceptioti of (Seorge Dixon and IVier Jackson no man of color has been as popular as Joe. Always in the finest possible condi tion, wonderfully built up and a past master at mere fisticuffs Joe always made the fur fly when he entered the ring, 11,. was one man whom Jack Johnson and Sum Langfard feared as an opponent. Joe says of his retire ment : "Willard has drawn the color line. In this he uses excellent Judgment, and his deci-ion will benefit the game. Wil lard can make himself popular by ig. noring second ratera and meeting only real P0ntand4ra. I hne lioxed with them all, and Jim ColYev and Battling LiSVlTiBky are tho only ones with clans or promise. I should have liked to make one moro fight, but feel It would be unfair to the pubHo to ask, fori N match with any of the present crop of hopes. Willi no one lo box my light ing days1 are over, so I Intend to devote all my time to business. "I want to thank the public for its yeara of Support) and as 1 step down know that I was always on I he square and tried my best " Jeannette is in the Jitney bug business in Hobokeu. Joe formerly trained al 1 he Hoboksn car barns. When his bud ding jltngy line became successtul ihe street car people asked Joe to And new training quarters. The happiest man In town Is Jimmy Johnston. The occasion of Jim'sJ mirth is the fact that Ted Lgwig got llefi-ivr Pgtsy hUtlsy'g decision over .Jack Brit ton at Boston. "I'm a young fellow trying to get along." said Jgmas ysutordgy, "and thi Mr. Dun Morgan tried to run the whole Alius show nt Boston. I let him have Ins own refsrse, Patsy Haley ; I changed lewis's gloves. I rewound the tup.- on Ted's hands, I consented 10 the re moval nf tha rubber protection on his teeth; lu fad I was so generous that I gae poor Dannie SVerythlllg but the decision. Now I have the king .,f light weights under my downy wing and I brought him out. OUl Of the dunk cellar of obscurity, in three months time. Still I'm a poor little fellow trying to get along. LCgouse! There goag tho 'phone, Anothir match for Ted," Theie wa a gsnsral discussion after the OowlsrHemple boul as 10 whslbar Hilly itochs should have stopped it. rniiufstionalily Hsmpla was In a dan geroUSty weakened isiodition after that il' 1 IsrrlAo wallop In the Aral round Than for nssNy tine.- ssasloni he wob bled about llkg 11 Chicken with its head "17. A knockout blow tu In chin the miestlon us to whether he '1 1 fury or n frost with the mallei stands tlfty-llfl , atid Judgment must he suspended pend ing further developments. The scoring in the llrst game was '01, fined to the third Innlg. Bancroft began bV walking nwl, though that was Tesreau o;ily gift, It cost htm dcarl. Paskert. who I doing a lot of timely hitting for the Quakers In the series, knot ked a d uble to right and when Meeker's grounder purled between Doyle's legs two runs came In with a man still on and two out. Hits by Wanted and NleliofT brought Hi that man. The rtilltles made only one hit off Tesreau III the last live Innings, but the (Hants, with only one run. were worse off. A single and steal by Doyl- and a two bagger by Fletcher brought the New York tally. There was a fltafll Oil ba In every Inning, but never more 1 liau .me, and Fletcher was the only laime player whose bat contained a base hit when a run would result. The Phillies did their flrs; scoring of the second game in the llgth Inning. Bancroft singled, and his fast running took him to third when Piwkcrt singled to centre. Keeker's fly to Robertson brought him In. At all other times the Quakers were helpless before Math.-w-MMI (iff Schupp in the ninth Modems tingled, Whitted sacrificed. Nlehoff scratched a hit and Killlfer went eky-w-ai-d with a sacrifice fly. Tiie (Slants wasted energy a-.d oppor tunity trying the hit and run. (Srant singled in the fourth with nobody out and when he dashed for second Robert s hi took a slam at the ball. He taitlinsd pace and Killlfer threw Bddle out. In an earlier ItinuKt the same fate befell Doyle. He singled, went down on the run and hi: which was a ease of run with no hit Merkle, his helper, struck and missed and lain; was thrown out. The scores ; riRT (14MI PTirt.A fB 1. 1 NKW YORK S I. I ab h par sh h p a e Slock Jh .401' " (i Hurti If X " " 0 HS'KTOtt.s I Six I' (il l.il . h 14)1 10 I'askert.cf 4 150 llo t.011 rf I I I .1 Biitter.rk. 4 .1 1 0 llUoyh n 1 : 1 1 t lai.ril In 4 o n .1 n Merkle H I .1 7 o 0 Wlillte4.il. 4 1 I a WPtetfbtT.SI 5 I 3 . Nlehog.lb J 5 i " fhorrw . f 4 .1 3 I V. Illiriue 3 0 KO." Meyrt.e 3 111 I a t"lilmers.p 3 1 0 6 e t uresti p 1 1 0 'Kelly I 0 0 0 a Te.t! I MM I - - I Tntl -1 7 77 I Ratted for Tesreau 111 the ninth lltnul PMIadatoMa ... ..onnioooo a 1 New York 000 too 00 I Runs-- PhilAdeliihi. Bancroft, He. ker. Pas kert ; New York. Doyle l'iii he mi rrTCN Philadelphia ltt 00 itsais rlilladeliiliia. New York. I First base on bsllf Ofi ( !i..i mors. 3; off Tesre.i.i. 1 gtruek out Hy Chal mers. by Tesreau. 1" Two bs0 hit Ps hterl Pleteher giolen base Robertson, Doyle Thoris- Double play-4'halnier-.. Mancrolt and l.uiierus rnuure in chief- Klein Pleld Umpire -Km Rile Tune 1 hour an.l ;v nun life ONI) OAMK i NKW YOSJ N t. i a e h h n a 5 MBarM if 4 i i a i liarsnt.lb 4i2i a I Hob ISOIvrl 4 a 3 0 0 0 n Uojrle.lt). 4 : s 5 u " Merkle. lb . 117 5 0 a a Kl l. lier 4 13 5 0 5 (. Thorpe cl,., t I I I I 5 o tgenang l o g o o 5 a Hah'non cl a 0 0 a o - WMtdell e... till II a Math -on. p j rt I a 0 Meyer ... I 0 a a 0 'Schupp p.., o 0 0 0 0 PBILA n l. ah h p Siock 3b 4 1 o BsoQroft.es Paskert If Il..ker.rf I.ud. rus.lb Whitted.cf Niehoff.5b. Kilhfer c , Alex'der.p 4 1 1 4 0 1 .1 0 Totals. . . 35 -7 i Total. .. : : 7 :i l Hulled f..i Thorp ill the seventh inning (Hatted lor Malhewsou in the etkhtb iiiinur Pliiladelphi 0 0 a n a a a i New- York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I I Runs- Pliiladelphi Hau.-rofl l.uderii Pirt has- on error Pliiladelphi.! lu ll on base Philadelphia ., ; New York 1 Flr-t DSBB on hill- Ofl .Me, under. I Struck OUI IO v ander. 7; i Mathewaon, Two bass hit - l.uderu. Fletcher. Sacrifice hit Whiite.l Sacrifl.'e flics--Ik-cker. Kilhfer Stolen bsa S1(S'k Double play Fletcher. Doyle and .Meikle Hits--Off Mulhewsnii. ; in coihl in mngss oft s. hupp 5 in one Innlni I'mpire in chief Klem Field umpire Knislie Time 1 hour ami .10 minutes. might have ended setiously had his head hit the floor In JuMiiv it must be said of Ro.-he that he looked appaallngly toward Hem. pie's corner for some sign of the hurling spong. It tUUDa a l.ttle later in Ihe ehnpe of big Turkish towel. The mixing Commissioners ihrre walked into the meeting room Ht 41 Park row yesterday and walked right out again. The .lake Ahearn-AI McCoy match, was clinched finally again ysstsrda) They will fight 11 out at Ebbstl Field nexi i hursday night, Muck CroUSS and Johnny Howard tight the SSDOnd Still -hindig. Mile- Olbbona has forsaken the Now Polo A. C. as a training camp. Mike has moved down to the Brighton Beach Haths. He is pretty close lo the com mon enemy, for I 'at rlck-me-b y Is w ork ing nt Mrighton Inn, only mi egg's throw from Mike, It will be well In have the Brighton Reach gendarmes accompany .Mike on Ihe road in the morning, for titer., m no telling what PaCKSy might be up to in the goat getting line. Bugsns Corrl baa received a letter from his eldest son. who was badly hayo. flatted While serving with tin- Australian forces al the Dardanelles. Young Corrl was in a hospital and a nurse outne In and haudod hint a copy of John Hull tn which the elder ('orris articles ap pear. "With a merry twinkle in her eye," says Corrl, "she gave me the paper and said! 'Mead what your father has to say about boxing. You'll enjoy your self.' " FLURRY ON BELMONT LAWN. 11. poll. s Irreat Kleven Men for 4IIck.iI l.ainliHiiir Offence. Tbjsrs was a flurry among the frequent ers of the lawn at the Boltnonl Park MOSS yesterday, when fifty deputies un der Sheriff Stephen P. Pettil of Nassau county circulated among the crowd and arrested eleven nun oh suspicion of having violated the laws pa lo gambling. Most of the arrests were made because the men involved had accepted mem oranda or wagers, but there also were arrests of men who paid out money before the races began. DM. sumably in ssttlemsnl of wagera made the previous day. So far as could be 1 learned 1 no men wars charged with : the OfMnmlSSlon of any offence Unit hud j not been declared legal previously by the courts. The raid was made under I the orders of District Attorney i'wis .1. Smith, who was stimulated by a I telegram rsoaivad from Uovarnor vvhit- I man. The men arrested ami who were held under 5llll bull for examination I by Judge Jones at Hempstead to-day j were Henry Stedekrr. Hugh Collins, I Joseph Blum, Mn hard Weld. 111. Peler I Blond, Nicholas I awnglgo. Hamuel Braumateln, Cjr, (Soidie, John j uruudy, 1 (Jeorgs Long and John Uordon. BYRON AND DODGERS MAKE BRAVES IRATE DHiijtp of Hnns Pours rross Pluto : Umpire Orders Three Orators Out of Oamn. PFEFFER EXCELS RELAY Roston. Rept. 2. For the lime being. Hroollyn Is secure In second position In the National Measun race. At Braves Field this afternoon they effectually checked the Braves' rush upward, plas tering a 10 to I defeat on the world's i-hamptons. Umpire Bill Hyron was In rare form. Ere the game had gone five Innings, Kvers, Fltipatrlck and Schmidt had taken themselves hence and from tim to time Bill threatened that more Braves would follow. Chief Investiga tor Beeves of the Tener forces viewed the happenings from the press stand mid Is In position to inform his boss of events. Manager Slalllngs ent Dick Rudolph after tho opener of this all Iffiportanl series and to save It Roblnon shot J. ft ITcflVr at the champion. Dirk was poor and Jeff was good. In the opening name the Dodgtfl not to the world's series hero for "lx runs on three hit, two walk, a sacrifice and an error or two. Slalllngs then ent 'Scorge I'.n s In to check the rush and ere Davis nave way to a pinch hitter, in the fourth, lie was touched for four hits end three runs. The remaining five Inning Were pitched by Jess Barnes, who allowed three hits and one run. in the firth Byron oalled Bnndgrass ont on an extremely low ball and a yell resulted. Fvers siood at second with a hsndksrohiaf t his nose and after a protracted spell Byron ordered ii 111 out FHxpattiok was sent In lo take his place and he too exhibited a handkerchief, once more his Majesty acted Then, Mutch Schmidt got Into an argument with him and was restrained by two fel low players from making It more In teresting, He, too. went to the club hOUSS. MaKee came in to first. F.aa-i played second and Moran left there aftei The s.sire: BROORtiVM N I. 1 HOSTON.N I.' ah it p n e aii h p a O Mara.M I 1 t .' 1 (oojliton.rf (I I I Daubert.lb 4 j 1 1 1 e K. 1 . .h. . . 3 1 Hirnsel.it 1 : Essn.Tb. ... I 0 1 1 1 Wheat .If . 1 j I'tliuistl'nf Culrasw.tb I I I 2 I MsseeJI-lb Myere.et... 1 1 n 0 s. lmn.li ih Ii. tr 3b . . I 1 1 ; Mnrsn.lf M -Ssrly.c lei: Masatlh tb Pleger.p 1 j o 1 oM uvdie s. iSomdi rataii t d 57 14 nKmi p IDsnap "Connolly Bafasssi., 4 l 1 3 I I i , I 1 0 0 I I .1 0 I 4 a a .i 4 t 4 7 1 4 1 4 3 I i 0 0 I I .' 1 I I j I M I I ... I 0 a I a I Totals K 57 '4 I 1 "Mill I lOf DSTi I In Ih lotirlh innnif Brooklyn . i o o o i o o-io I Boston 0 0 I I 0 0 I 0 0-1 Huns Brooklyn, o Mara I, Dsubsrt. Stengel . .'. Wh.-ai. Cutsbaw, Myers, iseiz. Plelter: Hoslon Marantlile Two base hits O.Muiu. MsrstlVllle Sacrifice hit o'Maru. Wheal ' Davis stolen bass DriiIst! Hase on bull. off Rudolph, j ; off Darts, i: off Bar net . oft Pfeger, I struck out H PfeSer ;; by Harnes 3 Double play M.'artv and OMara lid by latched ball Hv Pfclfer i M jxee i : to r - iwhaaii . . . , Byron sad Rsson Time . hours and 4 minutes PIRATES LOOSE ON DEFENCE. ( ordinals. Thnuith OfStklti (ilurr l.ume (. Score of 7 to B, PtTTSauao, Sept I -The Cardinals played their last game of the season here to- lay. defeat ng Pittsburg 7 to 5. The locals played loosely In the field, and al. hough they otithlt the visitoi. Dogk kept the hits scattered. The score : I. i ; PITTgsU'Rq N r. i p i all It p a I : Carar.lt. ,.. 31500 4 i , i. 4 u lay, as 4 S 1 I I i 0 ... i i. -i 1 o v a 0 1 ) e. Collins cf . 1 1 1 a Harney cf . . 5 15 0 0 It a a HiiH-h 11 rf .5101 1 0 a Wagner, tb I I t 1 1 7 5 ljYlnx.5b I 3 11 S a 0 I V Hum! 3b . I t 4 I - OibsOa e t o 1 1 '111 Mir .c. I I 7 I I i Kelly. p ... i 1 1 i I .'imperii 1 I I 4) I I Coat sue .1 1 a ' Totals 7 11 J7 13 i litis;!!: 5b I a Uuilsr.se.. 4 l Beach, i ll. 3 1 taoa ii.. I I Wilson .-I . 3 a .Miller. I h . 4 4 Bet "lib 4 1 I I tUMIer . . 3 a lloak fl 3 0 1. 1 ... too .111 ..in. oil oy i.uiieo on, 1. 1 Hailed lor McAuley m the ninth inning Bstled lor C'ooier 111 the ninth minnc ht Louis 0 3 15 7 0 0 0 07 Plltshurs n 0 I a 0 a 0 0 1 J Run-St l.ouis. Huller 5. Wilnou. Miller 5 Iktzel 5: Plltshurs. Murphy. Kellv Two bus.. I11I- Huller. Miller. BetSel Throe bsSS tut Kelly Saertgcs hits- Hewher. Snyder. Dual; First lie hulls on lioak 1; on Kelly j Struck out Hy Doak, by Keliy, 4 Double plays Hufgtns, Huller and Miller; Doak. Sin der and Miller; VIOS, McAuley and Wagner Hit liy pitcher Hv Kelly, 1 Stolen hae Huller 5 faing. Wilson. Vlox. Umpire O'DSJ and Quigkqv Time I hunt and 4s minute .Southern Leegue. Birtiiinghuiu. j. Atisnia, 5 i first gams) Birmingh4wni 4, AthMrta, 0 i second Meinphle, 7; Nsshrllls, I. Moolle, II, New urleun. 5 Ohstlasnogs, Is i-ittie Reek, 0. PaclHc I nasi League. Sun Francisco, I loitiatid, 3. Sail I I; Oakland. 1. Isi Ansel, 3. VeraOS 5 (Hrst gainst. veraon, 3. Los Angeie. 1 (sooend garni 1 Colonist league. Hertford, 12. New Radford, 1. spriusneid, 7; New Haven 0. IJ rook OB, Ij I'aw-lucket, I. NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. Date RebsHsoa had a inlng time. He mails u coking catch eg the right ft.-M. S IH. Ion tine: his hand 11 hll ahout It. Later ho hud a h.tr. t fail going for a bit. Tin Polo cl rounds' outfield la suit, in tight sepeelally, snd ii'n ejfgeull for nsldera tu keep their net. LuderUS, ."is of the league' batting tup nou-ners, fanned three tunes in the Aral gnu. end Introduced an aithi aeoni the last time. I- VSI no fault of Becker's that h didn't l.luinler Itilo in nut In the tlis; gams, tie waa galilvanilng for isoond whsn liuderus raised a foul, h dldn'l know what to do until yell from Ills mains penetrated hi dome, then ha beat back i. 1I1 1 . Beginning to morrow, a aeries of three i a. noes betwssa New York and Huston Items "1 tin Kiiluhta of ('..lumbiia League will lie played at th Catholic l'roleeon grounds Ths SJeston team won th Hub 1 1 huttiptoiishlp, and nind a cleanup while : about 11 I shawkey cam through with a nri class game for Donovan Anally. Thai Is lbs second ttin this r tha Yank havs licit. 11 ilrlrT's team, 1 to l). Alexander Isn't th MtJtta pitcher he ws When at tho Polo (.Irounda I h -1 time. He's 1 better. j Hill .love leyl Ray Corhan, tha PaolflS eossl shortstop, who goes t., the Csrdlnals I lx tout. '1 than Hancroft. Then he's belter than u hen lie tun lu major pomnanv befar. There's a w-ld gap between Ihe DeU I wuto county and lite Ainortcuu l..uguo. 1. ill in.- inns itiiBitt iiit'i regular pis.,, fo,. Baksr after truing 111 in hang around l.r a wltlle. a visiter t JtbbsU Field v Brookiya fans at., a- rabid and unfair as St. Loin fan- Thai's rough on Iks rXrooklya faua unklndssl cut of all, In fact This has hesn t lie bin.lrt of yasra fei trading, for player changing clubs, an. f il. unreal k,-p on, lbs aierage slayer win have in in- enutppe.i mn, purtsblr t, i. i,,n and lied and carry ths wife ami kids on hi bck. 's "F' "u.." Rwrqiiara's rerui! lo so iher. ih nsweai maps shew s kla.-b dl markd Toronto 4 " , ,"u Kaaterly. 0lly ,.,,, tch,auifdl slHHBSsxSISaWJ BROWNS BACK ON SIXTH RUNG. I Tread on Cleveland to Increase Distance From Cellar. ST. Ixiuis, Sept. 2. The Browns mined back Into sixth place by dr. feattng the fleveland Indians to-day. 4 to J. .lone wa chased In the fist j inning with four runs on two s lurlev, a walk, a wild pitch and two doubles I Wihi throw praventtd Lowdermllk from I counting a shutout. The score; ( I.KVm.AND (A. Uh ST. IAJI IS lA 7,1 b h - p a c ab h p e .'(.hanni'n. 5 1 5 :. l8hotton.ll - 1 : o riOlllcl ....4 .( 11 ..uti- m... .1 nut 1 Cran v If 1 Kirke lb.. Hmilli.rl.. , Turner lb sill 0,Pra't..'h .1 1 " II J I 3 '. Wslker.rf.. 4 3 1 II 0 4 0 0 1 Jscobnn.rf. t i i 1 a a .1 Howurd.lti . i I l 1 1114 t Jmvmi.s.... 5 0 4 3 .a 4 t 4 t II Scvereul c. . 3 I 1) II Rran.5b... 111! i o Netll.c.. Jones p ! Heeiiton.p ! Wihe.. .. 0 0 0 1 1' leiw'rm'k p 3 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 11 11. Totals 57 (I '.. in .1 Tntnta ,, Mt :i id i 'BftttM for Hrrtitnn in tlif nmlh Innlnr Clrvrland ..... fftff " ' St Loin 4'ioy00i)0x 4 Until CttVxHstnd, rii.ii'ni tn ii si Lquii, Stmt ton. A Hit I ii WjiU i . JgV Obflfttl T0 hiw iiita -v.iiuir. jgM'bMqn crtflijB htti pUyn Levari, Mo an I nxul g$4venil; Brans, ('hetnmnti and Kirkr, Pr-itl. L t kn n 1 How ard iVisymt I,t11 O'Nftll Sloll 1 1 1 I K aim Wild pttoh alofMHi r..w- on bn ( Off Low O'M nr!U ; off slOM, Oft Uv u Ipn. " ftni'U out Hv I.'iw.irniiiU, , hjf Hr-nion. .1 rmpir Connolly nt'ti waliart Tinir I hour ami !l" minutfr. ATHLETICS EASY FOR RED SOX. Knnnlson Yield Kiuirtren Mils Knpf Hurl leu slldllltl. I'H ii.aih i.rillA, Pa . Sept. 2. Till lied Sox picked up an eisy ci oe hgrS lo 'day, defe-iflng t rig Athletics m the sec- and of the series. I to 71 To. v ntgUli 1 Knowlson for fourteen hit ant inn r.-e , I total base. Rtlth did not have to grork hard to win. Kopt hgrl his leg sliding ! into second In the sixth n il rstlrod in favor of Malonr The scorgl IM)TON A. I. i PHIUA ' N 1 uh h ii a e u h p a e ' Hooper rf llil Hot. Is 11,51 . .1.IIO nil. ns 1 I I J ii V i .. " I ' (I ' SiM-uker ef r : 3 u 1 gfalsh.Cl Mill llobeii ih I i :. a set rank. rf. I 1 4 I I lliSWIS.il .. 3 11 a l.ij.oe U. 4 11 u Qsr dner.lb, - i i M. iwm ib i it: j I Harrv .... I I I I e.iNdnni It... I I l Is 'Csdy.c 3 50 tlBvhsni h i i 4 ' Ruth.p .. : 0 a i ii I. ,i,.i . ... I I I I I Knowlson. p i I I -' TotrJ Ti 14 5. I Total. 7 .'7 n I Boston I I I I I t I 1 Id Philadelphia ,11111111 0 Huns llo-ton, lloois-r. Janv in, l i D wis (Sur.ln. r. Hirr. I'sdy .' ; IMnlu rlphiJ Ropf. wslsh, trim's Tare bear rnt4 Barri Konf. WMi Ttnce bass lni lliMjper. Hon Ihlell Siierifl.e tol Jshvrin, Hum 1 USftlnSf, Ruth Post base utl err.ti- Itosln left on base Hn-lou. 7; Phlladrlphi Double pla Otdring au.1 Lsnp St. 'i n dsscd speaker. OhlriiK : Sfrue's oiu lt Ruth, hi Knowlson .' Pirsi bse on bstb OS Know-Uon 3- off Huth l W.:d nit. u He-". ( moires linieeii Mi.d Nuihn. Time hour and vi minule WHITE SOX SUCCUMB AGAIN. third tffgtgjhl Defenl lliindeil l Them hv I'vuits llrrors Hurl. Dgrtsorr, Bspi. :. t e Whita dropitd their third straight gume to the Tygers. s to 11. to-day In ih oid round .1.. bus fumbled twice. Weaver made a costly error and Kusaell Walked one man and allowed a alnsle, netting Detroit four rune. The Tygers won It. Ih fifth when Cobb singled, took thir l on Crawford's single and scored on an infield out. The f ore CHICAOO (A. L.I DETROIT A f. i ab h p a e ah n n l Murphy. rf .'.3 11 Vlt I Ui .. i ; jr., i.i - ii i:7: I Hush.M 1151.. Kt'olhna..'b 10 3 5 SiCXlbb.ll I I 1 I I Jsikeon.el, , i i t SCrswIord.rl 4 : : n . I...I...I,; It 10311 Veers if 4 i 7 l o 4 11:: Hum. lb.... I I f 1 4 4 11!" Touni .b . : a 3 t o 3i3i" Maaaie.c .. I I i l Ilea tijsmrn p i i a .. o a o a ,. Oldham p i a a o Weaver Jobns.lb. M .v. i Rii ll.p Dsris.p ., Pelseh t 0 0 Totals H 11 57 I 1 Tot ill 11 51 13 'Balled for Davi in the ninth Innlni Chi ease 5 1 a a 0 a y it Delroil I 4 1 a 1 a t " x s Huns- ChicRxo. Murphy 5 J Collins, Ju is Sen, Johns. Huell; Detroit, fill, BtlStl. Cogb v.-1. h. ahtrns, Youtu, gtsnsm aacrlfles lot J Collins, T. Col 't Johns To bass lots Russell, vllt, Burn Wesi 1 Thiss. bssa hit- Murphy. I Collins 5 Do 1 ttie plays Veaeti sod glansge; Johns, J Coj litis and Johns First bass on ball Oil H . sell. 1: off Jam. 3; off Davis. 1 si:u.-k out Hv oi.ihHni. fv Davis. 1 1 mptree- r. ., -alio c hill Time - 5 hour FEDERAL LEAGUE iealeriluy's Hesulta. h..' I more. 5. Broobtyn, 1 Xewarb, Huflaio, 1. St. taints, I . PRtObUTg, 3. Cbtcago, I; Kansas ('tt', 5 .tundllia of the 4 lab. W L PC i '! 64 511 Kins Cltv si ;.5 l&l BuSsIn ...4 i.ii 743 H-ookiyn 17 M Ui ll.ilttni.ire I. P) Pittsburg New ark St laiuis Chi.Rso To-day's Sehedule. Bsltbnors in Brooklyn. Newark In BugeJO St. LeulS In I'ltl-liurg Cbicagg Hi Kansas Cltv, BROOKFEDS' HITS USELESS. Nine Prodnee One Ho.. Hit 1 1 1 111 ore Wllh t hree i'ulHi- I ts lee. Iniead of John Oansel, one who did not know would have though! Lgs Magee was stl'l In charge ,.f the Mronk- feds yesterday sfternooih when ihey outbatted Maltlmore three to oils on 1 yet lost the game by a goOM of 5 to 1 Altogeiher the home club made nine hits off Suggs nvjj 'ii ihe first and otic in every 01 her Inning but Ihe fifth The Brooklyn run came In the first on Ma gee' smgie and eteai, Cooper's out end KSUlfS single. Jim Bluejacket was the victim "f the weak support. Only one of the three kits off 1 1 i tn counted. It was by Agler In the fifth, He stole, advanced when Huii fumbledg rollerbyiMcCandless and scored on Duncan's fly. The othe; Baltimore tally, In the second, was the lesult of .1 pass to Suggs, all error by Myers on M. -Candles, Duncan's wa k gnd Kvans's out Manager Knabe was evicted for arguing over halls ami strikes In the tlfth Inning. The ROOM! HA 1. TIM oH K 1 F I.i BROOKLYN P Ll ah li 11 a all h p a e Aider Hi. 5b 1 1 in 1 0 indsrsaskrl .1 1 u n 0 McC'dU.cf 3 a 3 11 e'Masee.5h .. 1 5 3 , .. Dun 11 If ;ih t o 1 n siCaouer.lf.,. t I J 1 0 Rvsns.rt.tb 1151 Ksutf.ef..., : 5 1 0 a K'p'k.gh.lb His wMyera.lb... 4 oil a 1 Knabe.tb,, 5 n 5 a sJHali.Sb ... 1 1 a a 1 7aiin.rf.lf . .'Ota a Fd Smith s I 1 1 I 0 Owens.c, .1143 Itaind.e 117 11 lial ifher ;t 0 1 j .. Teeli a a o ) a Iuggs,p.... 3 0 0 : SlB.Jseket.p 1 0 1 I .. (llellrteh 1 0 Totals N 3 57 14 a I Totals 31 9 If 17 ; Ran for Lend in the 1 1 1 1 1 Inning Halted lor nine jacgst in ih.- ninth Innlni Halwmore 0 0 I I 1 u 11 a 11 j Hroolilyu I 0 0 0 a 0 0 a a 1 Huns Halttmore. Asler. Susss; Itrooklyn, Mlitfee First base ott error- Hull illiore Lsn on buses Ballimoro 1. iirooHlyii - Two base hit Cooper Saerillee fly llliiieiin Stolen hiise- Ma4Te. A liiterson. Aider Con ! Kaun Doubls play Usllsrher Kirkpalrirk and Anler. First base on n.tli- on su , ug Blue Jacket 1 Struck nut ti.v u ... hi Utile Jacket 4 ' I'm 1 .1 1-, in . hi. f I'liitu t n. Flfld UUVnri WsSlSrVsll Tune I hunt a 11. 1 10 rsuiiulss. Al HurTalo. It UK Newark IP.L.1, 00 10033(1 ;' 114 . llilffulo S, la I 0 II I 0 0 II 1 t , Batteries Seaiun ami Rarldsn: Bedlenl and Hlatr. Al I'll I -Inn l; II Tt It Si l.oul iFI. 1 ft 0 0 1 0 a 1 - a 1 1 1 I'lt lah'rg 1 F I. 1 11 u .1 0 n I 11 11 3 , "'""" ' ...i.omii 4110 1 nai.tuun. Hail lev. KnetSSr and Id 1 11 Al Kiin ..s I Hy. R II F 1 'hlesge 1 F 1. 1 . 1 1 a 1 a a t 1 11 . 1 1 Kaa.tlli 1 F.i. 1 a 1 a 0 a n 1 1 ., 1 Batteries Mri'onm u and w llaon Usln snd 1:1-1 r THUNDERER HAS LOT OF EXTRA STRENGTH Jlist Misqps Record for Five FnrlonRfl and Keeps on to Sixth FnrlonR Mark. 0RRAT DAT FOR WHITNEY rTarrv Payne Whitney' Tliundorer qualified in handsome style at Belirnrnl Park yesterday for the i'uturlty, which Is to be run to-ntorrnw and which Is attracting a good deal of attention In the turf world It was another Whitney (lav. for In addition to the easv victory of Thunder, r, ht stable companion, Kllp ghOxti which Is also a Futurity candi date, carried the Thompson silks lo the front it an Impressive manner. Th gppearancg if these youngster lessened the Interest taken In the stake event, the Mlneola, also for two-year-ol s, but oven In this there was reflec ted glory for the owner of Brookdste K.irtn. i Hidden Hlar. the winner. Is a Cast off of ihe Whitney stable and a daughter f Burgomaster, Which is Srso the sire of rsllpsnod. Sllp-'to.i -luite.l .1 1 to 4 favorite n the llrst -ace, n'nd tltoiigli headed hv John San ford's Red Cloud early In the n . , . in ., away lo win easily from D. I., iry's Sea Bench, The time for fo an. 1 a half furlongs wa ' ;0S '- ., whl. h looked like an ordinary lierformance when contpsrsd with the iigures set up by Thunderer In ihg nxt r. it Wie same 1llsta1.ee. ThUndSMr w.i an even greater favnr II t lall Slipshod, ih odd against the r.iii brother to Regrei being 1 to 10. Me ii.ni smarter competition than hi stable com pa Ion, but Tommy McTaggart WSS 11 no hurry la send him away from to.' tiei.i Whimsy w is lending the fa- Vorlte it half distance, with 11g11st P.. Itn oil talbyan Sands close up Thun Eerer assumed a lead of two ; gths a quarter of g mile from the finish, Whera he was well In hand. TheM w is n desperate race for second ll. e and .11 th struggle to lieat Whimsy by a ne. k Libyan Sands drew up to within a length of Thunderer. Tiio time 01 1 04 p, made by Thunderer is ohlv flfth of a SSCOn I slower than th" track record, and that It was sc- npllshed with comparative ease Is I oved by Ihe f " t that Thunderer con II I running to the six furlong mark. Where '" was timed tn 1 :1ft 41, The lumrnarlss : FIIIST RACR F-.e two year old. winch have not won hy luheerlntlon of lift, with psio aiMed; hi.- and a half furlongs: , ind age wi Joekey Prices Fin . '. psi. T McT.u'rt 1 ( out Pit -.-I iv-ii h. :.. 1 .1 McTas'n. 7 1 7 :. 5' it. .1 Cloud, 7 t"l .Mink 7-1 16 .' W xrd. 1 I'M M.'Atee 3T.-1 I 1 I y Donnte. 5 101 liarner S 4-1 ft J n Wjkely. 7 .... KN. Huston kl III Time 107.3:. Hood start: won aastlyj Slipshod, h. g. hy Rurgomsster Slippers! owned by I,, s. Thompson; trained by Jaries How SECOND K('E For iwo-yssr.olds srhlek base not won v ". by ub-.tit-tii.il oi lie, wuh Mfft sddsdl tile snd a half ItlriongSI Purse and as" Wt. .lo-kee Price Fin. Thunderer. -' tl" T.Mi-T.ix'rl I 10 0111 l I no in Sand. :.. lie J M Taxi to I even : Wtrnmey. 1 1"7 liirnrr 161 tl ll.l'Uo. 1 107. .Hut well.. . SVi 4 1 4 Recluse. 3 lit, F'rhr'ther. tt-l 4-1 I Tune 1 S14 i - '.-ol start: won handily: Thunderer, eh. e. hy Broomstick Jersey laUfblningt owned by I - riiomton: trained by James Rowe. Tllllll) RACE. I - fir tin. ; isrsyj f"r l liree tear olds and upward: inn.it. an; hy subscription of no. ailh Mil .aided; -ix lurionts Mrajgbt. . i-l si I. Wt. .1... kev IVi.es Ftn. F nnnse, .". 11 J.MeTag't, H-i 4.1 ta Luke, 1 ill.. Pernor i-3 7 10 . High Noon. 3 1.) Billwell,., 13-10 5 I 5 Hauberk, 3 IM MoL'absy.. ml Jl 4 IVm-ila nieii. 4 iil..McAlse i-i l ft V . any 1 lll..Ullay,, . to 1 M it r.-s 3 ioj, Maim M ! 7 lock o Walk. .. . l.t. Ilnxton . , 15 1 I t I Tune 1:11 5 :.. Coo.) srirt: won driving! Fer.moua. b f . hy Rock sand Plittertnousei owunt by An . 1st Belmont ! trained by S C Ilihlreth POtlRTH RAOI Tie Mlneolsi eelli (is ; for I wo year old; by iilheerlptlon ot lift, tarter. 1 sddltl4Niali isi Seed value. 11,001; six ftirlnnys, -. rauhl : Horse and sse Wl .to. t,ev Pries! Fin lb l ien Star. ; .... to Huxton u :. 5 '. I llanos on. 5 to! lalley. It ", l-t 7", s. j ins Met-s hey 11012 Uonnle Came. 5... si, Louder. , , 1 s-i 4 Time ! III flood -tart, wnn easily Hi. I. ten Star, hlk f. hv EtUrSOmaStSI Blsck Vrtiu-; ow-neil hv .. w .lohnsori. Jr : trained by J. P May 's ,-re FIFTH RrE ftleepleebsas; elfin;; for three year ol.ls .. 1 parerd nurse, lose RhOUt two miles: II ss and are. wt, J4tcksy, IVne Fin Tie a I. anct ... l-7. . Waush. . . . tl-j 6-1 1' Alston. S l47..Bpola Il l fa Dixon Park. teil 14: .William s I 71 Ji" hi Ssndy 1 117. Henry s-to a 6 4 ., isil I's-nd a . I I-. -Meaney , . 201 71 I I'.udi 1. aged.. i4I..Hsynei .. 151 s i 1. . Hugh, I . in. .Dupes .... si 1 oat mlrr Tims Mil, Fair start, won easily ZeUwood. h r . by Knight Errant Fiao.es ll (,.. oaneil it laeottanl Jw-ob; trained by ,1 k Frayhug sitii FtACSB. For iliree year ol.ls and upwsrd who h liave not woo two ra.es: hv BUbStViptiOS ill Is. a . . ,-i uitded: o.'e llllle: Hoi si age wl j.., key Mesa Pin, Bam suck. I... in Turner even l-l p RllsllS, .1 I"l Ihixlon . :, 1 x .-. ; Prime Mover. 3 . 107 Mink. ... t-isvenl1 sin- lip, I Ill 1'leinelit' ,,, 7-5 even 4 li maul. ;. toi J.McTagt'l. 1 3 1 j Tudor King. t.... III .Billwell ... 13 5 i-l I Time Mil. ieai.1 stnrt. won easily Sam Sink, eh r. h) Ho. U Sand -Artful: tin 111 by Cleveland Stable; trained hy F Reran New Vork Stale l eague. AT TROY, it 11 n ilbany I ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft fiws 7 t Troy ooooooooo 1 1 :. 1 llattsrles Albany. Jacobs and cieugksr; Troy. , Lu 01,111 and Mcoratk. at BINOMAMTON, n 11 k tl'inlrs 010010017 4 1; 4 1 linghem ton . 0 0 3 a 2 0 2 J x -rt 13 1 Retteries Blmlra, Williams, Nicholson ant Bemlsi Hliiglianiton, Qelesr, Sitlon lied Murphy AT gCRANTON. tl II E W kesharrs Iftlfttlftftftl 3 :o 0 Scrantou 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 u l U. 4 10 I Hatterlss Wllkssbarrs, Brows snd Olddo; goranten, Fox and Miller. AT LOWVILLR, N. v it 11 B Syracuse 01000077. 0-13 14 1 it.i.. 0 1 1 1 1 11 1 1- 1 11 3 Hutiei-ie--HyrRCite, Kimball an.l Tyler; I'll, a, Hie k and Miles 4 on i h mi issnclatlon. AT Ct H I M HI'S it ii t: LoulBI llil I ft I ft 1 ft 1 S 5-4 a 2 L'olutnbuii . . i) 3 0 0 0 u 5 0 x a I Bsltsrles MlddlSton, Tailor and oieni nil., ii Touie unit Pnlomsn. t INDIANAPOLIS, I! II R 10 11 0 s, hard) 1 Tei eland 000 0 00000 III, lloii.i pulls. . 0 0 0 3 1 I 1 0 X- Railtsrlss al.lt n and Billings; an.i Uoesett. at' BINNNAPOI.IS, Kan -as I'Hv, . . 0 :, 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mlultcipoils. . . . 0 11 t 0 0 0 5 11 5 Batteries sUgrdner ami Qoibeli and Uhaa rll.i . AT ST PAUI It II R -7 I -r, ; 4 Vlngling 11 11 1: m Milwaukee. 0 1 0 t 11 0 0 1 ft 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 k Hatterlss Rheadet an.i h tmi 1 and Jukneou it . -1 ... o 1 sages oea llslnea, 1. ML aiesspk I Lincoln. 13, ropeks, I. Denver, II; Wichita. 7, (July gsmes schrdulsd. r 1 " POSSIBLE WINNERS IN RACES AT BELMONT PARK TO-DAY First Hare Tlnkls Bell, Dtssh Dn, Olnainlnf. Her. .mi Itaer Jaroha, Pleloae, Fernruek. Ihlrd Knee All Smile, Wilson ntii. Mhyseil. Fourth Hare Heyhnura, Harry shun. Friar Rock. Fifth Race Yankee Notions, Wnn. Lin Shoes, Hedge. HlxTh Race Madame Herrmann. Moonstone, Kestah. TO-DAY S BELMONT PARK CARD. Ftrt Race For three yesr old snd npwsrd; selling: sis snd a half furious. min coiir: Thoiuht reader ....till Dinah Do IM Sir Wm Johnson .: . Water Welles 103 Oreeienor ilSlBvelyn c '..toe Carlton ( 110 llorax 100 Caniiieon II" Mini's K 100 Ch"tertoa ton Mai viand (Slrl to Sor.g of Valley ... lei Santo .. M Humiliation .107 llldamlng s' Hammon Pas. ... it? Plantagenet ft I'urtm . .... tor. Vlcnola . W Tinkle Melt. . . . m wecond Rs For t wo yesr old : hsndtrap: Ave and a half furlong. Jawbs 111 Psi iirsek HI Pleinoe It:: Sky Plot tot Third IlRce For two year olds: elllnr: on mile: All Smile IHiNe-ihlhys W7 Morro Ill Duke of Dunbar ,..1(1 Watsitown llfishyneii ioj La.iv Teresa :. Sarsenet ....101 Jese. Jr 107 Fourth Rrc Port Whlntton Rsndtesp: for nil aces, one mite: Harrv suaw . . . llfiKi.xli Itoek fttl lleybonm .. . Ill Chart ST Maid M Fifth Usee-For four year-olds snd upwsrd; e 11113; one mile and a sixteenth: Yankee Notions., ill Napier .......11 v Shoes fi lieu vuine 14K' O Sullivan 1 '4 Raster Star 17 Hedge ill sixth Ha.s- For muteen two yesr olds: sell 111.. ttve and a half filrUuu. tv 'iati . '..ir:,,.,. Honero.. 101 Madams Herrmann Sand Mirk 103 Fla Day ,109 Montmfnn 104 Patiana !" ls-vonhtre Dolly.. ..104 BURCH PAYS HIGHEST PRICE. Wnahlnalnn Man OlgWg gl.Ulin for Alvoril nl Nopn i.o.tioK lale. Preston M. Miirch of Washington paid the highest price at the sale of the Napa yearling yesterday at Melniont Park. He gave 11,310 for Ahnrd. hy Soli taire It. Tally Col. ling. Ahrord la a hro'her of Sa tigs I In. winch has won two races as a two-year-old this season, and also is a brother to Mlrka. a frequent winner during the last three seasons. Only moderate prices were ohtalned for most of the youngsters. Twenty-three sold for II. mn, nn average of J33G. The best sales ! Peeiiane, b c. hv Solitaire 11 BMmerbsfsn; .fame. MacManus.,,. 1780 (Truces, ch c, s. - n..- t'nifhe; .Ihuips MiacManas no A'x.ir.l. b. c, hi Solitaire II Lilly Holding! P. M. Hun li. Washing ton IV li l.tll Pohn. ch. c. by Vnorhees N'anna; N'1'tlisnflil Stable . 400 Angnrts b'k f. 1.1 in t.eggo Prlcs- le.a Jewel; gehuylsr t. Parson. too Bsvills ch. f. hv solitaire II Ssl- va'rlx. James UseManUS ISO INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. yesterday's Results. Mon'resl, s, Jerey City, 5. Rocbester, 11 ; Harrtaburg, t. Buffalo, 3, Providence. 1 inr! gamel. Buffalo, 1; Providence, o (second gamel hi- hmond-Toronto (rain) standing of Ihe I lu he. W I. IS' W PC I 470 ' 45 I 413, 3. 1 Providence : 45 i744 Rochester.. 7 4 41 437 Toronto -4 II ."7(i Richmond . .'-1 H'iffalo .., 75 Montreal... (11 Harnshurr U i-l 111 I r. v City I! To-day' Schedule. Toronto In Richmond, ONE WILD AND OTHER WEAK Ulnar Fill Rnsea on Pns.es end Then Montreal Pound Hi net. Hard hitting of Brack by Montreal heat the Skeeters at Jersey cty yester day afternoon by n score of I to 'J, , Ming started for Jersey City, but after j rilling mo prases on pusses re 1 1 reo wnn none out In the' third and Brack fin ished. The some. MONTH FA I, .1 1.. JXRSRT CITT I I.' in h p a e an 'i ii a e Vssh - ltie Purtell.ss, . Ilt4a 4 5 5 1 0 15 1,00 1110 0 4 :. i i i 3 a l a 0 i o i o a 4 14 3 0 n a o a o ll' lai. .b ill 1 line "h .... ' Harrv. lb i Whitni ii.. f 1 Fly nn 1 o 4 I 1 J i .. It. moult. rf ' Devlin. . lb. ,. I 1 ' Mmeina rf l I I 5 ll Callier .h. J .1 a I, .1 leu cl snnOi.lt.. . f. l J i . Maltnilll If ! Madden ell i o'gchwert.c., I low, I i 1 a i ttins p.... Hru. k p . tbisl ... t a 0 a o a a o 0 o Tot sis 13 .7 II Tot ls 3: l .7 '.I I Bneiied tor Snick m the ninth Inning Montreal I I I I I I I 0 B .ler-ey CltT 1 0 f ii I 0 0 II 02 Run- Montreal, Nash 5, lievhn Almeida. Sr.uth Mao. ten Dow. I 5 Jersey City Hues. SchWeli TWO bsse bits Harry Madden. Pur ten Bacrigee hlls Laytlen, whitman, stolen heses Irelan, Dowii la-ft on basse Men treat Jeroey city, it Doutite plays Pur. ' tell and Barry; Nash. lre:an and Flvnn First base nil balls on Km: .; olf Hru. k. I : ofl Dowd, 'i siru.-k out- By Kim. I. hv Bruck, 2 llil hv ml. -Iier Hy Bruck .Nu"h' Hits off He u. -u . in in iii six and ons-thirdinnlngs empires Clesry and Carpenter, Time i hour an.i to mlnutee. At Rsrrliburgi RUE Rn. heater (It.. 1 I ft 1 t I ft ft ft I ft II I Harrlltarg II.UI o o 3 u I a a 2 0 12 2 Battensi Reebsster, Herche snd Will, lam. Barrlsburgi Lee. chabek. noodbrad slot H k . l I'roi idem-e FIRST UAMB It H R I Buff.1 o it.L.I. . 00:00100 I I i; provld'ceil I.i 1 .1 0 0 0 a a n 0 . 1 g Batterlee -lllltfalo, (tan and Oni.nw ; roi i.lence. Osschgsr and Haley. Sic 1 iN I HAWK. It It F I Rnffslo .II,. . 00000000 ii 1 n f'roi ol'. -e . I I, 1 (I 11 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 Ralterlei 'Buffale, Hader and Onslow. Providence, pennech nd faaey. I .hit I. I. els Up, OrleiifHl Stsr. Bot'TM BSTHLBHBM, Pi, Sept. a Willi Ihe Incoming class al Lehigh I'nl- VOMlt) the baseball team will receive a good recruit for next spring. II,. is Alfred Yap. a Chinese youth of Hono lulu. Hawaii, the son of a hank official there, Yap. however, is a seasoned player, having pMyed first and third ( buses for the Chinese I'tiiverslty team ' which now is touring this country. Knnhe iend 111. 1 Male Ixxey. Manager Knabe of ihe Baltimore Fe.is trgded Ins old side kick, Mike Imoluti, to the Chicago Feds yesletday for In holders Frit and Jim Smith. Ho. dun left Immediately for the VSsst, Prlti and Bmlth will report to Knaho In Hroolilyu to-day . Knabe at ssoond base and Prolan at shortstop were mates on the Phillies before Ihey Jumped to gether. Tl RF RACING TO-DAY At BELMONT PARK III 1141 S SI'll 141 Ft 4 I I KI N IM I I III: nil Locust Valley Handicap; Port Washington Handicap INM 1 UTHKB lltMID BAt'KM inci nail 41 hi P M TO-MORROW, $25,000 FUTURITY Special Race T'raids issVS PebSOylvsnlS StSliofl IS -0 and (lb V'- llacl 11.". Vie llrooklin al 15 11 ami at Intsrvsla up lo I ... I. M It s .t at 1 uilmucs later KlSt Sis mtnutiv lain Also rracbed 01 troll. 1 Geti4srg Admitsion. $1.00. Grsnd Stand & Psddork, S.OO. I sdirs. I,5U loo. 1.1 1 10 t en halurdais and I aboi lla. 4 hlblren l li I,,, 1 1 I111 1,11 of Hie I. rounds COX'S KINDNESS NOT APPRECIATED MUC: RpfilsAS ff) Distancf' Rlril in First IlPRt, Thpn Is BfAttn IVpxt Two for Viirsp. nn.FrT!'a t. fTiTfs mum; M1s rTarria, a hay fill v. daughter if Teter the dreat, driven we bv Mi Pnnald, won the three. year-old pn K dtvlstnti of the diainpion Btslliot the feature event of yesterday's tlrs Clrmilt races at Ktrrpire City t r purse waa worth $2,miri. S id T uu a bay 01 1 - hy Mingen, owned and driven by Waller R. t'm of thtyvftr, N 11 nee the only other starter The race would h ive be. n m II r to a walkover for the West. in If Miss Harris had not been a llil a unstrung In the first ftgat. She went away skipping, broke badly at th first turn and lost so much ground gtt n her feet rhst McDonald's chief concern thereafter waa to beat the distance flat This first heat was simply a pr.i-es, slon. COS didn't have the heart vl!ei t v to shut out his rival and finished in a Jog In 2 :11'4. That Sad Thought wns a hi .-art va seconds faster than the speed -he shower In the preliminary heat was proved In the second trial. Miss Harris won this, leading from the xry start. In 3:07i, The finish was close enough, but M'as Harris came home on die hit, while tl smaller filly was driven out. Hail Thought did not have the stamina, tn crowd Miss Harris at ativ time in tit third , and flnnl heat, which was pared In 2:10. , Second In Importance to Mi t lllnj stake was I'lrecturn I.'s attempt 1 his own world's pacing record of I .'.4 A great deal of the edge was tslti ti rf this special feature because of the srsll known fact that the track was In si tremely poor condition. I'npaeed hut accompanied hy s nn nlng companion, IHrectum I. Stepped ' mile In 3:1)14. This performs 1 considered hy the Judges and experts .0 he every bit an good a his record I on a fast track. Directum 1. 1 which s owned hy M. K. StnrgeM of th s was not In his full -tri.l when t , nodded fo:- the word. The first quarti was stepped In J2 second, tin !h hackstretch Murphy gave the hefa., ,, head and Directum stepped the if I quarter In 10 H seconds In 'ne ..' , slight hreeye. The third rjunrter, : .- turn, was thn slowest of the feu quiring SJfi seconds, The last qua'rtsr, however. tilted the most fast I . . Directum I. cam strong and ste i I through this last relay in tt set Which Is exactly 1 : r, 7 spool. Moth the 2:20 trot and 2:11 pace wr decided in st Might heats. Audrey ; was much the best of Die trotters I flniohed each heat for C"nx some . within her capabillf ie ... S. Bodncv of Jersey City drove his Lustrous l Kinney at th head f three su. .. processions Cox Major ByOM mads thmgs Interesting for tha winner up to the head ..f the homestretch in Ihe flr: heat. Here H rs broke one of h hopple when he wa stepping oul tp the lead. The accident so badly upsc c..x's jr-alltiar that he was distanced The suhimsrles : Ittft ehls trot; beat three n flve hSS' suras 11,000! Audrey Or. -v. h m, hv fluy v iiorthv ((Vixl . Ton McOrsgor. ch. h iRodneyi!!! Mary c.uv, en. m. (Murphy 1. . i .less V . h. in. I Steele I Dejnie pan vers, b. m, (Orady). ! l -Prinehl. rn, in IsTeDowslii .; Itei Constantino, h. m, (Dicker. on i a isn a, rh. m. (wall)!.!!,!!! 7 Notice it. hr. m. tLorllktrdl . . . 9 Time 2 tl 14, 2:15',. 5:11', 2:11 class, pacing; bs: three n . nea's; purs-i I.. Lustrous MrKlnn v b g, bv Mc Kinney, dam Splendor, by Mam hrino stratie iRodnsyi .' II' fe.m. b. ui 1 Murphi 1 Bu.i.t BlHott, br uleersi . ,,!!!! .Major Bj er. b k. g. u'oxi ,1 Time gill i4, I ttfj, '20171,. Special trial uRilnst his own ii. pa lug record of ill for the mile: Directum 1. (MUT n': " nhv 0:32 l:02ii 1-33 " line of Ba h (Jti irt. r 'I- s,- . a e.onla, 32 s, ends, 231, seconds champion tellies Stake; ihieei. as .Jj10 ' h"' ,wo three heat- p .Mis Harris M h. f. hv Petr 'hs Ureal, .lam Mat . Bllsn Stout illi Donald . . , s'atThougsi. h f.bj Hit'igen. iairi I Todlgai H'ox 1 j Time 2:151,. 1:07 it. 5:1". MONTREAL RACING RESULTS Flra ftBee Pu-se g -1 u,r, . end upward, foaled m cam,. ii, ... . ops mil trtsli Heart, lot (KcDsrni 1 1 I- 10. $2 40 an.l .- 0, won; ' ..rt, I' '". (Collins). 1:1.5.1 and is. second, uan 10.1 iMrAtee), 11.10, third Tim. 14.1 Mausnlus, cnnie je.,u and Prlni 1 u r.l also rfln. Second Race -Purae 7j00 sddsd year-nlds; six furlengi Starting ill' . SlSlnl t, 1 Id and 5 SO I. lion, tit tSchuttlngeri, l: ant i- end; Mllsslone, 111 iWsrrlngion i third. Time. IJ3 5-:,. Sempei - . 'J wnn be. en Uutellus, pin: ptll Re-, t i, a,-,, run. Thlrg Rare Purss l5.oo: Klng'a p ... Ibree-ysat "ids snd upward; -.ne .. a BUarler lied 101, III ,.,.,,. t ti 4.1 ami Ills, won Lada Ueanao.r'if . irnngtoni, 17 5.1 au.t 13 ; Redden. 1 11 ie,,,,,,, r, 3 :n t 1. . I II F'nwery Land, ,rf Vn .. Sulie3 M..I also ran. Fourth Race purs iron a-iiei rhase. selling; four-ysir-olda ami s Sbilllt two miles J01 llslsl I" ') IIS '"( snd :: '...' .'.,', ,; irlet 1 1 1 Connor 1. 18 40 at, 1 IJ 1.1 ,i ; . i.tn iwilllama). : 10, third Tin. 1 Neiv 11 ,vrn and I.II) Psxton l. - . rlf'ti Race .Purs !00 sddsd It. a.l ages, seven furlongs Back It ' ii .1,101. 3.". 5". !'-. lo an I f. Pan Besets, 155 tCoopsri It ti .. t second. Ten Hoint, ::t iSekuttlugi 1 third. Time, Ilu.liv He,, I T I'ommsngsr, Racoll and The Widow 1 Slea ran. Sixth Raee--Pu.se 00l three nd upward, selling. sv i,n ,, ,. uirle A. 103 (Cnapsr), I. 70 I 1 15 uu. won. Oing Bog, tot (Haynes ' and 17.70, second; t'rlie' l'e ii hun 1. IS 10. third Time 1 Harklry, Vllsy Asylsds Paol 1 Blaise and .In Del al-u ran. Toya league. tl'oiefnn. I . Re.,. in, sot. ft Fort xvoi th, 4. Deli is, 3 .11. Kurt Worth. ; DailSS, 2 .s tvaco, 6. Bkreveport, I Irsillla latggue, All games posponed rain Tl Rl L- ; ,