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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916.
Markk the Silent, Holds Red Sox to Four Hits and Yanks Shut Them Out Dodgers Humble Alexander 10 4 'Ml YANKS WIN FROM TAMED RED SOX IN THE FIRST INNING .Miirklc. tlx Silent. Holds ('liniiipiuiis Id I'oiir Hits in '.) to (( (iniiic. M NAMAKKiTS HAT 18 .11 ST AS HI'SY AS KAMI r-tcrtlaj 's Results. -tt Vll I. ' ll-.ston. 0 Cleiel Hill '. HKn. 3. Phllmlt Ipnl.i. ;l Woeltlujitnn, 2. In I .in - Detroit. ciiM, HKTAIl.t.'ll M l Mil Mi 111' TIIK (l.t'lto, clubs. BIB 5 ' Botlon, . i a; New York.. .(KM Detroit. Sl.l; , I 3 1 3 4 0 5 0 . . . 4 i i S Washington 1m Chicago.. ,1711 Philadelphia ,:irai. Garnet lout , To-day' Schedule. Boston In New York. Phlli1elphlii In Washington. Detroit In fit. Louis, Chicago In Cleveland. Tho Yankees enjoyed Polo Grounds yesterday. a lonip at the They were so much superior to the- champion Ited Fox that tin- game was theirs nfter they had had their turn nt bat In the first Inning. Tho score was 9 to 0, and Markle, the silent, who turned the Ath letics back with one run last week, held tho tamed lied Sox to four hits, llo was a free with his bases on balls ns usual, giving six, but tho consummate and dls- dalnful ease with which he kept tho succeeding b.itterH from dolus anything made It nppv.tr that perhaps tho taci turn Slurklc was kidding the klnt; pins of Christendom. The Yankees slatted Mcllate lavishly In the first liming and from a round of hitting acquired live tallies. Harold Janvrln slipped In one of three errors. tw of which added materially to tho 1 uri Increment of tho revelling Yanks. If some lied Sock wasn't making a foozle In the Held, some blue sock which Is the Yanks' taste In hosiery was making a hit off either .Mcllaln or Gregg to enable tho blue stockings to luti away from the led stockings. Tho Yankees had not only to beat the Ited Son. but to beat the rain, it dld'nt tain us the soiMeii afternoon turned out, but It did mist and threaten worse, and befoie the gnne was officially such the Lesion uio not in any feckless hurry to cxptdit' iii.iiteis. The Yankees, on the con trui'. were, and with five runs from Ihe first liming as working capital, they went nut willingly In order to get In the four and a half Innings needed tu constitute a game. .Mitl-cl In Mun fur Unco. Fritz .Mau-vl. for once In Ills life, was slow on the baes lie Invited a double play by h! slothfulm-is In getting back to ii base, but the Ited Sox were no more eager to put Mm out than lie was to pet back and the double play didn't come off.' Hakcr and Ntinaniaker led the New York hitting. Kaih madn three hits. Nunamnkcr'K grist Inclinled a triple and It double, lie has had a two day hitting etrcak, which stamps him for the time as tho American League's boss slugger even hits In eight times at bat, and two doubles and two triples In the col lection of flashing slams. Joe Gedcon and Hoger 1'ecklnp.iugh f elded in resplendent stI, They tnatchod brands from tho burning In front of them and at their side, came in or sideways and sopped up Jumpers and Jlners, so that nothing could get through Unless it went overhead. Of nil the 'American Ix-ague young blood Gedeon to date Is the reigning sensation Jllgh singled, llnrtzcll walker, Baker Jingled, Gcdcnn did likewise, Pim, rrounded to Harry, Janvrln, confused by ueucon s nass nc n rront or mm. rum. i tiled Pocklnpaugh's grounder, nnd Nuna maker stung a three bagger to right cen tre. These first Inning doings brewed Jlvo runs. Gregg began pitching In the fourth nnd was scored on tn the fifth. He hit Hnrtzoll. nnd Haker hit him. Jlaker'H assault on the towering south paw took the form of a two base hit to right. Gedeon tiled overhead to Hob lltzcll, but Pipp shot a single atop the I Ii raw (tuns. flrawn In In.leld and brought home two Pool Line In Ilaiiiaiced, Baker piled up a single hopping at jTobby's feet "i the seventh and was forced by Gedeon, who hit hard to Jan Vrln. Gedeon was doubled and the bases ere cleared of oncumbrunces, but only (momentarily. .Mons. peep he tak' walk, and then Herr Janvrln gave a few kicks to h ground ball batted by Pecklnpaiigh. Nunamnker, the dreadnought of the wll Jow, hit so hard past third for two bases as to bend the foul line out of shnpe, end of course to land Pipp nnd Pick npaugh at the plate. The Hed Sov lu the ninth had SIcNally on third and Harry on first, with no body out, but tho former made no effort to come In while Harry und Agnew were being doubled, One run wasn't worth tho trouble, and ho didn't get another chance, for Itutli was thrown out by Cliff Fphlnx Slnrklo The score: BOSTON (A I..) I NKW YORK A L ) ""'"""t.. . . r h i a e r 1 riK"cn.i 1 ;i 11 it .tiajic cr .. 401 2 onu., c.t . .1.... -1- .laiivrln.s". 300 3 I " Hu.-h.lf . 4 1 2 3 0 0 w" " VV V , . . V ' i Hnoiwr.rf 20 0 1 0 n llnrirll.rf . 32 0 0 on I "nil won, 6 to 3. Klscher singled and Il'llurll.lb 100IJ 00 B.ikcr.sh.... 32.1 2 1 n ' hcored on a triple by Ycrkcs. lavender lfyy,'! W i ?J ,ii.r.'',;V-fcl V,, fllwas next, and was thrown, out from S'S.ffrS So, 0 , 'mini. Zwllllng. batting for Mulligan. Barry,:b I'll 3 f o N'.ini.ikr'r.c 4 0 3 2 0 0 Alflicw.i ('in 2 ( 0 Marnie.n,. (00 1) 40 M'llale.n Shnrlen Orrrr.p. tKuth,. 0 0 (1 n 20; I 0 ii n 11 n 200 n 10 1 II 0 n 0 o Total".. 31 nil :;iio Totals, soo 4 21 11 II Bitted for Mi-Hale In the fnuith miuni tllattrd for (in.-i: in the ninth Inning Roton n n 0 0 0 0 0 0 oo Nework ... 5 0002020 x 9 rim on." on errnrs-.-sew York. 3 Left fin base. Ilo-to 1 1. New York. 1 First DJ5, on "ails (ill Moiiale, 3: off (iretir, 1: in ciorne-. u cirili-il Olll-ov .MCI ,1 e l! hi uregs. i, uy Mark c, i. Three ban- hlt- , i'"" mis -niser, Miria- maker, hicnflce hit -.luiivrin Double nlayi Janvrln. Ilirry and Hohlitreii: jVciiin. Jiauili, (lenijn ami Pipp Wild pilch ilarkls. Hit br pit" hed balJBy Mi ll ils Ulakeri: bv (ins; iTTartirlli Iliu-Off Mce Ilale, B ill lline llillliws; off C.rcitc, In five Inning". Enninl run-Olf Mtll.ile. 2; nff SmfS" V- ,!"1"'ll;r. "' chief -Dineeii. Field umpue-Nallin Time-I hour ami 4 niln. I'arnlliiu l.casne llrsnlla, AsheviOe t, i , ni-liorii, : harlutte : u ,i, ion -',nem. a llalelxh, I lnirh.ini. nasHiall lo-ilaj, II I M r im,tl, cans i. llo,i,,n nm,. u' ..... . " ."''"l'l .A I -,1,11-1 ti. Adm, 60ci GIANTS NOT A TAILEND TEAM, SAYS MANAGER JOHN M'GRAW "Bad Breaks of the Game Have Kept Nine From Being in a Position to Worry the Champion Phillies," He Declares. Hosiu.n, A lull :6. A cold wave Ac roiiipaiili'il by henvy rain prevented the Giants itiul Braves from cnntlmiltiK their argument to-day and stored tip an addl lliuial double header against John J. .McGinn's questionable pitching staff for ally June. . Duly nu other oluVi, the Dodgers, has be.rn co hard hit by adverse weather con 1 llt luii.i ns tho Giants. McGraw's men have "on only once In seven starts, but they have been on the road most of the time, anil the six (Postponements have I told heavily against them. Tho club nan lint etijojed tho opportunities of any ';jIiik approaching regular play that la o necessary to iierfect teamwork, and In aildltlon lias been denied the beiulltH of tin' meagre mornltiir practices that rivals iim. been foitunatc enough to crowd In now and then. Mcilraw has not lost faith In his team. He regards the nine as the best that he has had in the last three years and at- irioutes nis low sianumg in mo exas perating weather and the had breaks of tho game. "In spite of evident shortcomings we should have won three or fouf more games to date," said SteGriiw this after noon, "and If we had we would be away up there worrying those champion Phil lies. , "tV have scored rnough runs to satisfy me that my cluli has a good offensive punch, and the pitching on the whole has been most satisfactory Hut sanies have been lost time nnd time acaln by Inexcusable faults of veteran Plnyeis. t can account for this only by h .t-,,-Ai.l,ip -t-i tliA.. ..rt.tdlf lma which jmVP evil influence on the Giants, who enjoyed an uninterrupted month of steady heat and sunshine In Texas. "The disadvantage of our start Is not a matter of urave concern In Itself. Tho race Is young and the handicap might c.isllv lie made up In two weeks of con tinuous play. Hut there Is alwas the danger of the club's morale suffering ft inn a succession of reverses. That iianger In our case 1 believe Is slight. Tho new blood Knuff. Housh and Harl ,1,11 Is of the fighting tyj. which Is not 0LDRINO MAKES TIMELY TRIPLE Ilia Wnllop Knahlea Athletics to Rent Senators, ft to It. Vasiiiniitos, April Oldrlng's three bagger In the eighth Inning broke the deadlock and scored the run neces sary for the Philadelphia Athletics to beat the Washington In the opening game of tho scries here this afternoon, 3 to Hush for the Athletics pitched good ball throughout and was well supported. The last five Innings of the game were played In a drizzling rain. The score: IMIILA. A I.) (WASHINGTON (A. L.1 ab r h p a c! ab r h P a r win .. 3 ; oiMoeller.rf ao l : oo T'mpon.rf ioo 1 0 o,Fo.ter.;b... 4 00 0 1 0 WaMi.rf 00 I 00 MlUn.ct.... 301 1 00 sirunk.rr in . ov'nonoeau.ii. .w i vw OMrllu.lt 4 0 2 1 OOlJudJf.lh. .. 4 0 11. 0 0 I.Hjoie,:b.. Ii: 1 3 0fMoratl,:b.. .111 1 0 Meliinn.lb. 4 01 S 0 0,llfnrT.e 3 00 4 1 0 Piek.lb. ... 30 0 4 t O.Mfllrlde.sl. 3 00 1 3 0 Meyera.c... 401 7 1 iOallla.p.... :l 0 f.0 Hub.p 400 0 4 (ji'Willlama.. 1 00 0 00 iDemley.p.. 0 00 0 1 0 Totala ..3:3 tI7 11 OiUoetilmj.p.. 000 0 Jl I Totalt...W2i7 i natted for CaUla in the eclith Imilnt, Philadelphia,. l n 0 0 0 0 1 1 03 Waahtncton.. .. ooooo:oo-2 Earned run-Vhllanlphla. :. Left on bjiw Washiiwton. 6; Philadelphia. . Ural ba on bjUi-Off Iluih. J: oft Uohlln, It off Huntley. 1. Ilit Off Gallia. 7 In seven tn iitmr: off BoehlliK. 1 In one and two-llilnis iiimnsa StrueU out-Hy Oallla. 3: by lloeli. jirur. l: by Ilu!i. Three base hlt-Oldrliif Two bae lilt Lalole SacrM. hlt-Tliomi-on. Walsh. .-airlfliv fly Henry. Stolen boj-e Mneller. Double plays Koiler. Moran aint Jttile: I,.iloie and Mclnnla. Umpire Connolly and Onena. Time of game 1 hour and 10 minute. SCOTT WEAKENS IN EIGHTH. Indiana I'nll l'pon lllm nd nut Tn f'hr Iliina. Winning (ianir, Clkklani. April 2. After pitching an excellent game for seven Innings. Scott weakened In the eighth to-day arid the Indians put over five runs, defeat ing the White Sox, S to 3. Strong work at the bat and snappy fielding did the trick. The Hox made a total of eleven hits. Including four two bat gers, but did most of It after two were out and left ten runners siranueu on nm putun, Wolfgang attempted to rescue Scott, but was too late. The Indians used Cove leskle and Bagby on the mound. The score: CHICAGO (A. L.) I CLEVELAND (A. L ) ab r h n a el ab r h D a e Murphy.rf, 602 1 0 0 Graney.If... 2 00 0 0 Wearer,3b. C01 0 OiCh'pman.lt 40 1 3 11 KL"lllns.:b 401 3 2 0 Sneakrr.Cf . 311 4 0 0 P'urnler.tb S01 9 0 olKoth.rf .... 100 1 00 Jacki.on.lf, 4 0 2 0 0 Smtlh.rf... 211 0 0 0 HI JlTVSb". Ml X lerry.ss,,,. - iu 1 .i uivt amny.zD. S.-olt.p ... 300 0 3 0 O'Nelll.o... Wolfxanjr.p 00 0 0 0 0 Corel' kle.p 400 4 00 200 1 10 Lcibold. 1110 no (Howard.... 010 0 0 0 Iliaabv.D.... 000 0 10 Totali...SI3 11 24 11 01 -3 - I Totll....:J6 127101 Batted for Wolfgang in the ninth Inning, t Hatted for Corrleskle In the eighth Inning. Chlcaxo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 Cleveland 00000006 x 5 Two base hits Weaver, (iandil, Slurshy. Felsch. Founder Struck out Bv Coveletkle. 1: hy Darby, 1: by Scott. 1. First baas on balls (iff Coveleskle. 1; oft Scott. 4. Iiauble plays Terry. Collins and Fournler. 2: Wambaania. Chapman and Gandtl. lilt by pitcher By Covelekto (Terry). Slo'en baufi Lcibold. Wambifanss. tlmptresChlll and Lvana. Time 1 hour and 16 mlnutea. CUBS COME FROM BEHIND. Tito Run Lead of Pirates Wiped flat by rtally In Ela-nth. Chicado, April 26. To-day's ram looked soft for the Pirates, with their , two run lead until tho eighth round I knocked a short fly, which was fumbled urn! let In Yerkes. Kluck nlna-led and WllllaniH's homer completed the. Inning. I Lavender and Prnndergast pitched for 1 the Cubs, whllo Adums went the route I for tho visitors. The score : PITTSBUItd IN. L) CHICAGO (N. L.) ab r ti D a e ibrh nit .Inhna'n.lh. 1 0 0 li OO Sfann.lf 3 00 2 O 0 Baird.lt, ., 4 00 1 0 1 Mullltran.ii. 0 0 0 1 1 0 lUriK'V.cl.. 2 2 3 1 00 ZKIUlng,.. Ill 0 00 livh'n.rl . Ill 4 001 Wnaner.i. 300 8 1 0 m uanny.H uvii v to Fiack.rL... 411 0 0 0 William. .cf. 4 11 1 0 0 Vlox.ab..., 4 0 1 0 30 Knahe?h.. 200 1 40 Zlm'niau.Jb 4 11 1 3 0 Sclimidt.e,. 100 1 10 AiUms.p... 30 0 0 1 0 Saier.lb HO 8 13 0 0 Dnolall.ll,,, 20 0 2 3 0 ScllUlls.lf., 3 00 0 00 Total! Si 4 M ill Flscher.o... 311 t 3 0 Vrrket.tb.., 311 3 11 Lavender, y. 3 0 0 0 it P'derfaat.p. 0 00 0 10 Till al a . . . . IjYlO 57 14 5 Halted for .Mulligan in the eight n inning. I'm. burg 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1-3 Chicago 00010006 x-6 Two has. hit Zimmerman, Three baa hit -Yrikr". Home run Wllllanii. Double plain -.liiiiiieiman Virke.i and Haler: Mulligan and SiUrr First luse on balla-Off Laven-ih-r il off Prenileramt, I. hlruik out Br Adanii. '.'; hy Preiult-rgaal, 1; by L?nder. 4. Sa-'ritice blla-Hliii'hman, Koabe, Malar. Stolen baaea Barney. Safer, Vmptras Ilyroa and Quigley. Tiaw-4 boor avid 46 nliiulM. easily dlscouiaeed. There is as much spirit and fight now as at tho opening or tna season. So long ns the boys keep up their courage a speedy readjustment Is hound to follow. Tho Giants of 1910 are not In their proper sphere trailing the field. They belong up near the top somewhere and they will be back where they belong In good time." Hill McKeclmln has been a big dis appointment so far. No one expected him to provn a formidable batter, but In five games ho has failed to make a hit. A player who hits absolutely nothing should be some considerable fielder to gain recognition In any batting order. Hill McKochnle'a fielding has been some what rugged at times. He cannot fall to Improve with the bat. Perhaps lie may bolster up his defence too. It would not be surprising If MeOraw gave McKcchnlo a short furlough lu the hope that the rest might brighten his eye. Young Hunter's spiked hand has Improved verj much within tho last two weeks. He Is tit for service once more. In any event, George Hums will be left In the outfield, where he Is doing so well. He has proved the real star of the club In the seven mimes played. Tesreau, the main dependence of Mc Oraw's pitching corps In 1S13, was ready to tussle with the Hr.ivcs to-day. He will surely pitch tho next gntnc here If one more Is played this scries. Wait ings has Tom Hughes, the. former Yankee, In reserve. Hughes was a mighty tough customer for New York List year. President Chapln of the Hochester Club of the International league spent the day with tho olllclals of the New York National'. Tho owner of the Grays Is looking for several of StcGr.iw's castoffs, who must be turned loose before May 1. MeOraw was unable to give any definite unswer. He wishes to take ad vantage of every possible moment In order to avoid mistakes, for he has had little opportunity to study hl candidates In the last month. Some time ugo the Giants disposed of Habbliigtou, Irreli and Hearne to Hochester. These throe have been signed by Chapln for manager Tommy I.euch. Mr. Chapln Is tnlklng terms with ln tlelder Hill Martin, released uncondition ally by the Giants yesterday. PENNANT RACE BEGINS IN THE INTERNATIONAL liiiltimore Pofeats Montreal anil Richmond Beats Buf falo in First Clnshes. The struggle for the 1915 pennant in the International League began yester day. Two games wore played and In each the home team was returned vic tor. Haltlmnro defeated Slontreal hy a score of 4 to 1 and Richmond won from Huffalo, 9 to 5. Jn the latter game play stopped In the seventh Inning bo cause of darkness. The utual Inaugural ceremonies at tended the openings. At Haltlmore Trcl,1ent 1-M llnrrirw nf the leairue tossed out the nrsl nan. At men-1 mond Gov. Henry Stuart minded me . ball to .Mayor Atnslle. who tossed the first leather over the plate. EXECUTIVES ARE FANS. Virginia Governor anil Mayor Hre Hlrhniourl AVIn Its First Uame. rttcilMONP, April 26. Htchmond de feated Buffalo In the opening game of the International League season here to da v. 9 to S. Huffalo led at 6 to 2 when Hlchmond went to bat in tho sixth In- nlng. A single, two hit batters, a base' on bnlls and two triples netted the locals' seven runs. Gov. Henry Stuart handed I the ball to Slayer Atnslle, who throw the first ball oier the plate : The score; . n. ii. n Duffalo... 1 0 0 2 0 2 06 I 1 nichmond 0 0 0 3 0 7 x 9 4 ( Dattarlea Bader, Tyson and Onslow ; Humpbrfaa. Roaa and lleynolde. SHERMAN WINS GAME. IUl.TlMoitz, aid., April 25 Joe Sher man was too much for Montrfwl and the Orioles opened the International League season here to-day with a 4 to 1 vic tory. Sherman allowed only four hits and drova In two of his team's runs. About 3,000 turned out for tho opener, and the learuo president, J-d Harrow, tossed out tho first ball. SIuslo by a band and n march tn the flagpole by the teams comprised the Inaugural cere monle. The score: H. H. B Mr.ntrsa! 1000000SO 1 4 2 lialttmor 10001100 x 4 10 1 Dattarlaa Cadora. (loodbred and Mad den; Sherman and McAvoy, WELNERT WINS TN SECOND. Knooki Keatlns Ilown "o Often Referee flrops Hoot. Charley Welnert. Newark light heavy weight, had no trouble In disposing of Jack Keating, the Ilrooklyn bailor, In the feature bout at the Stadium A. C. last night. The bout was stopped after one minute and forty seconds ot fighting in the second round. Welnert scored four knockdowns In the flrat round and seemed bound tn end matters In this session, Keating backing away and covering up. Welnert tnvurur lefts and rights to the raoo, straight rights to the body. Keatlns; staggered from every punoh. A left to the side of the bead was the first to send Keating down, and a light back of the ear sent lllm to the canvas head first Welnert used a rbrtit to the chin to send Keating down for the third time and a left to the same place caused him to drop for the fourth tlmo. Welnert tore right after Keating In the second round, punching steadily. Keating had not landed a punch and made no attempt tn do so. Ileferee Mc Partland decided that the farce had pro. ceeded far enough and sent the battlers to their corners. Wesleynn Defeat! Slevena. MtDDLrrowN, Conn., April 2. Wes leyan defeated Stevens Institute on Andrus Field this afternoon by the score of 7 to 5. The visitors made all their runs In the sixth Inntng. raclflc Coat! League Results. Salt Laka, I: Ban FmncHaco, I. Oakland, 4; t.oa Angeles, I, Varnon, 4; Portland, 2. American Association Results. Minneapolis 3; Tolado. t. St. Paul at Columbus, rain. Kan.is City at l.outivllle. rain Milwaukee, 3: Indianapolis, I. Southern league Itesulta, Mamphla, I: Naalnllle, 2. Atlanta. 4 Birmingham, I (ten Inulnct). New Orltans. 3 Mobile, i. Utile Rook, Tl 43battanoffa. 9, DODGERS WIN WHEN ALEXANDER SOARS Hunk Error flatties Great Pitcher and Champions Lose, 8 to 6. CHENEY TOO IS WILD Yesterday's Results, Itrnnklyn. i Philadelphia. I Chicago, Pittsburg. I. tn HcKton New Votfc, r!n. In Cincinnati Pt. Ixmln, wet groun.li. DETAILED STANDING OF THE CMR. " " I e" 4 Philadelphia. 1 ?. . 7. i fl 2 .1X0 Chic(0 '. t..l !.. B 4 .IMW Voaton 0.. .. 3.... I 3.S71, t l.oul.. J . - S iUronklyn..T.. .. 1 S a uo jcinclnnatl 3 , I.. 3. e o -! IPlttitmrt.... 7. 7 ) .. I . 7 .W jNew York.... t7.7. I .I4.11 lOamn lot . 1 I I I 1 I 1 To-day's Srhedule. New York In Italian. Ilrooklyn In Philadelphia, I'lnelnnstt In I'lttrbura;. M. I.ouls In Chicago. Pltlt.APELriltA, April 2f.. The Dodgers caught Alexander In one of those rnre moods when It was possible to hunch hits off hli curves, nnd by lumping four of their nine blngles with a damaging error by IMdle Hums, Hrooklyn piled up five runs In the soNenth tuning and defeated the champions to-day by 6 to 3. In that torrid round, an ngony for the "i.noo ronteis but a delightful session for the Podgers. nine men came to bat for the Hrooklyn cause nnd five of them scored and one was left stranded on the pathway. All the trouble, however, can not be laid to Alexander's door. Hail Kddle Hums been able to catch Milton Stork's throw of Mlllor's slow roller when he threw home to head off Slow- rev. who dashed for tho tilate when the ball was hit. the Dodger' would hardly ; bae scored. One man was out at the 1 time when Hums let tho throw go through him and allowed two men to rcore. This seemeil to rattle Alex. Che ney's bunt and Paubert's short double to left, Vogether with an error by Han croft, enabled three more Jlodgers to score before tho Inning was nut Larry Cheney pitched excellent ball up to tho seventh round, when ho too ran into a mountain of trouble. He developed one of his wild spells and was withdrawn In f.nor of Hube Slarquard, who held the Phillies pufe the rest of tho way, Hoth Olson und Paskert batted the ball Into tho left field bleacher seats for home run. Tho score: iiauuni.t n t. i. I I i-nit.A in i, i Myers. cf : 601 1 OOSlock.nt . 3 0 0 0 0 0 D.iiih-rt.lh. 4 1311 oo lliriTnlt.M 301 2 2 1 Meiklerrf (00 (, aii'askert.ef (11 1 00 IWhtv.ii.lt 30 0 00 Craialh rf . !0 J eO Mnwrei ;tt 411 1 3 OM.iMerus.il J 01 I'ul.hax.Jj 1 1 1 2 t, O.Whitttil.lf . ( 0 2 00 Olsoii.s.,... 3 1 1 2 3 0 Nlfh0ff.:l.. 4 00 2 40 Mdler.c... 31" it Hum c (tt 11 Ctleney.p.. 3 12 0 2 0 Alexanders 200 0 HO Marauard.n 100 o 00'cJool. . 0 10 o oo Ucsenaer.p o n ii ti on TotaU J4 5 27 13 1 tUuuey 1 00 0 00 T.v lis . 1,1 X 37 11 X Billed for Atexmdrr In tt.e ernlb Innilur tiLitted for ueieii(er In the nintn inmnc phiu telphla O001O020 0-3 0 0 100060 0 i nrookjj'n IlMs Off Alexander, J In seven Imitnte: off OesciNrer. none In two Innincs; off Cheney. 4 In six and two-thtrds Itiuims; off Maruiiar-l. 1 In ton and one thin! Itiniffs Hum earned rniiadeiphia a. nrookirn r, run t.ie mts Djuberi Purrs Sacrifice bus Cravnlb, Olfon, Miller Stolen liases Niehoff Home nins Olson, Pi.l.ert l-tt on laisrs Hula lcl-lu.i. 10: Hroitlilyn, I -irii'-k out -Hi Chenej, 4; hy Aleianiler. 3: by Oeschfr. 1. uy .iiArquarti. z iiouoie p:a.v Mehon, n.in emfl and I.uilerus First base on error -ilrooktin First base on balls Off Alexander. ': off Chencj. 7: off Mrquard. 1. Hit by pitched lull llr Cheney I Bancroft) Passed noil -Miller Lmplrrs- IHxier and Harrison Tune- 1 hour and Si minutes BRIEF NEWS AND NOTES OF THE BOXING ARENA ts.. a -i-h tinUii.ii . ira . uit.M. nm n. ..c,,. heavy training yesterday for their bout in the Stadium A. C. to-morrow night. Fulton cut down his usual programme of twelve rounds dally to two rounds, which he boxed wttht Frank Kendall at the Pioneer Sporting Club. Besides thin he did u little light exercising with the pulley weights. Bill Brennan helped Harry Wills do the sparring partner act for Helen. ICach went two rounds with the former amateur champion. Hill Hrown was appointed by the State Ath letic Commission yesterday to referee the bout. Johnny Krtle, who won the bantam weight championship from Kid Williams last November, says ho will give the Kid a return bout If he wnnts It. but stipulates that Williams must weigh 116 pounds ringside. Sam McVey nnd Joe Jeannetfe have agreed to exhibit their act In New Or leans on Slay 6. Chavles Ankovltz. Is the real name of Charlie Whlto, the Chicago lightweight, but he hns applied to the Circuit Court there to make White his legal name, Slatt Wells will take a orack at Joe Mandot In New Orleans on June 6. The match was made yesterday. They will weigh 136 pounds at S I. St. Packey McFarland'a retirement from tho ring last fall was the same sort of retlreim-tit entered by many other prom inent athletes. It was simply an an nounced retirement, not nn actual re tirement. Packey said nt the time that he intended to dovote the rest of his life to malting his wife happy, putting his fiither-ln-laWs brewery on a better pay ing basts and cleaning up Illinois poli tics. Then and now nre different propo sitions. After Packey outpointed Mlko Gibbons there- was nobody In particular whom tho public wanted to see him beat. Now he has a chaw to get a few thou sand dollars nnd saya hn will accept an off ti - now made to htm If It Is boosted by several hundred. a UominioK 'ionorlcn, promoter of tna big open air boxing arena In Now Or leant), where Jack Hrltton beat Ted Kid Lewis on Monday, la the one try ing to lure SlnFnrlond buck Into the game of fisticuffs. lie has offered Packey 112, GOO to meet the winner of that bout on July 4, Packey does not soy: "Can't uccept: I have re tired." Jle says: "Stake It 12,600 mora and I'll sign." That's the way the situ ation stood at latest reports lost night. Tortorlch would not say whether lie will satisfy Packey's demand or not. The promoter lias waited to see who won. Whether he will glvo Packey $15,. 000 to meet Hrltton is doubtful, Packey outclassed Jack when thty closhod here two years airo. Tortorlch. may frre his answer to-day, Want Churchgoers to Attend Ball Garnet CINCINNATI, Ohio, April 26. Garry Herrmann, president of the Reds and hend of the Na tional Baseball Commission, to day joined forces with the Rev. Dr. Frederick N. McMlllin of the First Presbyterian Church of Walnut Hills, a suburb of this city, in an endeavor to get a larger number of churchiroers to the baseball (fumes. Dr. McMlllin has invited the members of the Cincinnati and Philadelphia clubs to attend services at his church on Sunday, May 14. Herrmann and Dr. ftlcMUlin have addressed letters of invitation to President Baker of the Philadelphia club askingr him to tell the boys from Philadelphia to come to church. The Rev. McMi'.lin is a "regular" at the Reds' morning practice. WON'T ENTER HORSES IF PURSES ARE SMALL Mnr.vlniifl Owners to Form Or ganization Similar to Thnt in Kentucky. Havre dk Orach, fd., April 2fi. Com mencing Friday horsemen will not start their thoroughbreds In races In which a purso of less than $600 Is offered. This, no doubt, will be the minimum hung up by any of the racing associations on the 1 big tracks lu Maryland tn future. Horsemen here will organize an asso-1 elation for the betterment of racing In , this State. It will bo similar to the' U-t.tti..lr- T1inr.ii-M.re1 Horsemen1 Kentuck) Thoroiirfnbrod Horsemen a i Association, formed a few weeks ago. , Thomas H. Cromwell, secretary of that l nomas ii. . romwen, secremry ui uitti body, will bo Invited here during the ! Plmllco meeting to address the horse- men and give them some Ideas about ' tunon c.. 4 0 3 9 nocuif.c, . , 30012 10 how to organize. All the horsemen hero I Oarfleld.p, 300 0 4 1 Murphy.M 300 0 3; are heartily In fax-or of such a body. 1 T il, .MliHuI Total. 5 i t7 T i Among those taking an active Inter- .. . 0001000001 est in It are IMdle Slcllrlde. Jun..,;,,,;;',;',': o!ot!o:.M Arthur. H. G. Hodwell. IIIIam Garth, i.,, on haws-Yale. l; Oeorselon. . First II. r. uarman, J.. 1 .eiuconer. . J. hue on balls-Oft .Murray. 1 struck out- 1 pm. : rff arcka. 1 Left nn li.ivs rmv Hurttschell and Kmll Herz. The sum-1 Hy Slurray. 12: by Oarfleld. 1. Three basc'v; Seion Mail. S t'mplres -Cullum and Star-tn.irfps- '" -Snell. Murray. Two base hit CiimioU .hall. Time-: linur manes. i Sa,Tlfl hiin-Arnntroni. i.arfl-ld. .Mtirrai 1 llrt Race Three. year-olds and up- ard. selling; Ilia anil a half furlon: ilreetlngs, 10 1.1. McTaggart), 15. 13.30 1,. lit ;p and 114,60, second. Hddle T 101 (Knight. 12. thlr.i .Time. 1 i i-i.. r.n..rV p"f ; .'.'"""i"!', ',ll.. ' t litnil anil camel a!o ran. I Second Knee Threes ear-olds and up ward! selling, sit furlonm- (lillop. 114 ' (Metealf), 12 , 12.40 and out.' won. je"e. ; Jr.. 103 tOartner). 13 SO and out. nn-ond. i-onieiraci. no meieay). oui, mini. 1.1..-, 1 112-t.. Aristocrat alo ran. Third Ilaee Two-jear-oiaa. teiuns, rour an t half furlongs: Waukeap. Ill.ivnes). If.tO. 12.30 and 13. won. Ophelia Av 11J iTrotler), 13.40 ana secomi KuiElliher. 104 (.Metcalfl. 13.10. third ,l. J. t.lllla, 101 (adil'l ttnrter) (Metcaui. I nut. ttllrd Time, I.l i. s-ejuj Hnu ahu- . u1Im. i,,ee Thr ee.venr. old. and UP ward selling; one mil- nnd enty varus supreme. :oi (McCJhey). i. l 30. on, Lucky Oenrge, 103 IFI1 . 12. 10 nd IIS l. second. Muxantl. .03 lAnucr-on). 2T 10, tb'.rd. Time. 1.4, --6. r.rlaeroe'. Mike rohen. Vre.la Johnson, Ninnle Men-e, Front Unyal, Huda s Ilmther and Plylr.g Teet alto ran. Sixth Hare Three-year-olds and up--rd. selling: five end a half f'Jr'on es; .tulle. 107 (Hannveri. 116.40. C 49 and II SO, Tvon. La Hete Nolr-, 112 (Huxtonj. til and If. second. J-ckW. U2 (Dov Is). 14 10. third. Tlm. 1 10 1 S. Haydcn. Hilly Oilier, Our John, Ulendale and Trend also HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES. ( firnt Il.iee Three-year-olds and upward! fclltnr live and a hall itirmnxs: n Masltuera.ler 124iLnt Fortune. .,,101 ' jir-f' Tuscan K'- .oitisli Knlsht s -Mntnll. illon n Gaelic H li.n.VI 107 Fred lvv 1'3 tin j.ii nm M "Jim Baser. i Second Kace -Four jrear-olda and upward: maidens: steeplechase, alwut two mtlea: Aviator ir. Lady Butterfly 1 Jack Winston It: Royal - 1 Ile.1 ltper.. 1J71 m.i-1 ltMT(nnaicant three. vear-olds and upsard; selllnt: one mile and seventy yards: Aliara . IK star (!aie . . Jl! ii-.i.,,-! Ml ue.tland 119 1 Ambrose . 110 llr.ne Cunanler ICS Pandean - 1i . Fourth Hate-Tho Ferryvllle Srlllnr Ptakei: for two year o'.d: four and a half furlongs Manokln K Chemung 1 llhvmee .. 10 ,None Sllcll. 11 I Fifth Rxce -Three year olds upward: ,nj. nn milO lld SCVeill.V JtlUW. Valas 110N'an1er sMenlo Park sKnt-clet Tael .. 10f.'Shepberde .. .. PY-'Bay o' Light.. . If 'Mr Mack... . Typography Wll'eacoca sixth Race For fonr year-olds and upward: ellinr: six furlongs: Lady London 107 Mamie K...... Bulgar Ill Margaret Melae.... 97 Lord Well .. 10: "Mary Warren-.-. IM Dakota 107,1Har Bird 97 Lucky orge Ill ITotaroraa ........ 9! Balfroii uiCastara ... -. 1"J Jim Baeey 107 Sir Uenrah 03 lllc Lumax to: Ada Anne...- 1"J Meellcka lOi.'l'eg ' Deduction Hl w-,..nOi lia.- .Three rear-olds and irDwaral ! selling: one mil and seventy yrd: "Ml"s Waters, lMlStrllarlna -. . x I Chevron .. .. lto'Koee Juliette M I "Budwelser 110 Aprlaa JM Huh Fiver 116 "Counterpart 110 Semper Stalwart., Ml The fifth race having received ranetean entries was divided and wtu be run as the fifth and aevenlh race. TO-DAY'S LEXINGTON ENTRIES. Firit naoe-Thrre-Tear-oldi end upward: nurse, the llace Land Purse; five and half iiirionga Hanwanl " M. Burt ?1 Bart and Slaxa...... IM Water BloMom.l... 110 Thurman J Chalmera Ill Fd Howard ' Amaion 104 Marl Cassldy., Pecond Ro-Three-year-elfl flllleft rf furlongs: Southern League... JWJLady Alwaji .... 1A1iannlaaa U'l ! rsn tt ,. 107 .. 10: ,. lot ,. 107 ,. 109 four ,. ill ,. 113 ,. IM ,. 112 ,. 112 Urpay niair Deliver ... Bust Joe. 107 Maxr II. ,, luiif ui"-e ... .. lotllieauty Shop Third Race Mal4T?n two -year Ho furlong! Berlin li: leerer Bert Williams 112 Ed Morrow James II! City Fortune..,, Judge Young llvlJohnny Stay Sly First HS'Jack Wlggtna.,,, Fourth llace Pboerux Hotel Handicap; one mile and savemy yaroai Hank O'Du 104'Bayberry Candle.. , IM , 106 , 101 , 113 the Orumpy iw rovrr iiuanea., Indolence PC The Urader Bryu l.lmalt 10t!8tar Jaamlne Fifth Itfce-Thren-year-old flllleaj ftnendthrlft Puree: six furlongs! Broom Corn. 107 .-nanny iiamilion. 107 107 Blue Cap 107 Belltta Moliien iar no llaplda to: Lucky It 1071 llollna .... 107 -.. 113 Julia L little Slater., 113 Sixth Race Two-roar-old: four furlatura Aunt LU 104 Weity Hogan 10 llreen Jones H Little 109 Sedan iolnnrr rl Ts-e m Seventh Uaoe-Three-year-oldat aelllnf one mile and seventy yarda: Loulte Stone WJeatte lmlae no Disturber oiildenost 110 MeAdoo , m Thornwood Dlga mar Hliynraa ., o"i' "or -.. 114 p.Steppa n6 Irltli Oentleman,,,, uc iturtru .tn Conflagration .... 107 uorco Other Bonis Last JVIsrhl. Battling Roddy, New York bantam. outpointed Terry Martin, the hard punching lTovldence boy. In ten rounds nt the Clermont A. c, Brooklyn. Harney HitilUt of Knglnnd knocked out Fighting Billy Smith of Long aalajid In the second round of the feature bout at the New Tolo A. A. A rlrht hook; to the chin did the trick. Time. n;(7 J.g, itranu jury, ituroane. , ...i,..-- ..-i-t ..... . . . Itouck nunle twit of the C I. Ilrlght Star and Cr.v.ttude als- ran final .will be limited to live Innings. JJ"' J r?,,,r hit" The score fourth lUee- Thre-.ye ir-olds and up- , Howard Sillier .the irrldiron hero. Ditched - ' ' " ,ur n"4' scori wird: eellina: u furlongi! Fenmiu". f .. , . . h, ner.-i, " i MANHATTAN I C. C. N. T 10 (fu:il. I 20. I.l.r.i) and out. won, Sir , Ior oneringH were abrhnae' abrhnae i im. toe nwhi. t?. so nn.t om. second: . caugm uy jeu iieaiy, caniain-cieci oi ' t-t -,i. t. ..nt , . t,...-i inn n n 'STRONG' GARFIELD PROVES TOO STRONG Yale Pitcher's Wildness En ables Georgetown Nine to Win, 3 to i. CUSSACK STAR OK OA. ME College Baseball ltull. Prlnenton, 4: Union, 2. Lehigh. 14: Hamilton, . rittstiurg. 7: Lafayette, I. fleorgetown, 3; Yale, 1, Catholic Unlvernlty. 4; North Carolina, Weileyan. 7j Stevens 6. Navy, I; Trinity, 1. Army. 7: Seton Hall. 1. Manhattan. 8; City College, 1, Hvracme., 4! DIcklnKon, 0. Mount Ht. Joaeph, 7i Fordham. I. Itrown, S: Vermont, 1. Dartmouth, 7! Mm Aggies. 1. Holy Crons, 7; Johns Hopkins, 3 Wasiiivotos, April 26. Tho wildness of "Strong" Garfield, Yale's big right bander, cnused the defeat of the Old Hit combination hero to-day, Georgetown winning by a score of 3 to 1. Up to the seventh Inning both teams were on even terms with one run apiece but In this frame a lilt, a lilt batsman, a wild pitch nnd an error by Gat field sent In two runs und resulted In a vic tory fot the local teuin. Slurray and Oarflold locked horns In a pitchers' battle from tho start, tho former having the better of the argu ment. Cussack of Georgetown, with three lilts out of three times up and In-n rotiu In bin eredlt. n-iiH the Individual star of the contest. Ills work was, I largely responsible for the Georgetown victory. Thebcore: YALE. OEORGKTOWX rh p e abrhiiae JohnOtl.M 00 1 0 2 0 Welss.Jb. . . 4 0 0 0 00 v,,ronitirt 4 0 0 o oooilroy.rf .. 4 0 0 o oo Vauahn.rf. 401 0 0 0 Sulllvan.lf. 400 3 oo !iiiii.lb,,,. 40 ill oolM'Canhy.pf 40 1 o oo im-u.io,,,, tun t";,.'::1bf -1 HJ crottV.3b .. ot 1 ooT.im.I1i ... 3 1 1 0 0 lrentt1l. 101 ? nOMttrenvtt. . 501 1 ? 1 stolen banes-Early. 2: Vaushn. Hit t.v pltrher-llr Harflelit iCUMUflt. Ca Wild ,,neh (iarflrld. Umplre-Colllflooer. Time - FOOTBALL HEROES SHINE. Howard Miller and .IrIT llraly Are I , lr nf Slum. 'n Vine snars or llgma .-n .-Nine. icma N'u defeated Ph Gamma Delta . r , .,,. . ,, ,, ,.,., V'" 0r s to 3 Tlie game was played during the eleven The pair formed a comblna- tlon ns formidable ns when they were tilnvlrp the .l.r rnle. nn h rnnthill ;,... Th. Xr,e n, it. n sirmi mi a 4 e n i l'hl (Jamtni Ielta ,. 1 0 0 0 0 -.1 l1.itterle.Mler and llealy Shield, and O'Loughlln. t'mplre J. Jones THREE HITS WIN FOR NAVY. Kerrla Wild In First lnnlnic and! Midshipmen Pile I'p Tallica. Annapolis, Sid., April 2C. The mid shipmen won from Trinity this after noon, 3 to 1, by securing two of their three hits In the first Inning when l-'er- rls was wild. Ho passed three batsmen In that Inning, and Murray, who later played a steady game, made a costly overthrow of first All these plays were factors lu tho making of five runs. Kennedy pitched seven Innings for the Navy, ntnl made a good showing. The score : n it, k Trinity 0 J 0 0 0 0 0 I 6 6 Navy .. F 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 x 1 3 4 liatteries Kerris. Kennedy nnd iMiue, . Kenne.lv i lleynolds, snd cuuiny, 1'onnony and mo PITTSBURG DOWNS LAFAYETTE, I.angdon Pilches Invincibly Kxrepl In One Innlna Score Is 7 tn il. PiTTsnunu, April 2S. The University of Pittsburg baseball tenm defeated La fayetto College hero to-day by a sTore of 7 to 3. Limgdon was Invincible e. cept In the eighth Inning, when the vlsl tors got all their runs and hits. The scoro ; n. ir. i7. i 4 6 Lafayette.. Pittsburg. . 0010000. 1 01 a 0 10 1113 0 x T Itatfenas Lnf avetts. Gerard, llrown un,l Ruehnari Flttaburg LAngdon and Statson. I BOY IS DOUBLE CHAMPION. Max Rains Coming From tThlrasjo lit Iloi and Wrestle. Max Gans. a renmrknble young wrest ler and boxer, Is coming on from Chi cago to represent tho Slorrls A. C. In the A. A. U. wrestling championship nt New. ark on May 4 and ) nnd thn 2.10th an niversary boxing championships on Stay 18, 19 and 20. Gans Is the bantam weight champion of his district at both boxing and wrestling nnd lias never been defeated at either sport. lie Is a young lad and hl-i plutrmates, who n er ago about 17 years of age, are paying his expenses for a stay of thtee weeks In Newark. Syracuse Khnta Ont Dickinson. Carlisle, Pa., April 26. Syracuse ' University defeated Dickinson College I at baseball hero to-day by a ecoro of 4 to 0. The locnl collegians suffered from i the bad breaks of the game, while the ' visitors earned one run. Tunuro allowed the Carlisle men only two hits. The score! n n. u , niolclnaon ,,IMIIII o 0 3 4 8yraeu H00001 01 0 4 JL 1 n&ttsrfee Gorsfbart, Vaughan anil rhll ooati Tunure and Travis. Western League Remits. WtohHa, fl at. Joseph, t. Omaha No gam cold. Donver. (; Tnpska, 2. filoux City, 4 7e Motnas, I. Texas League Result. Itraumont, 9; Oatvsaton. 0. Dallas, 7, Fort Worth. 1. Ban Antonio, I; Houston, 0, Waco-Shraveport train). Al ways say- Burkes Guinness. Cvn thouijK moit placta fell it xcluiivtl m4 ly.E'lJ.BURKE Constance Titus Will Describe Races for 'Sun' (TJONSTANCE S. TITUS, former American champion at both sweeps and sculls, of intcrnu tionnl reputation, as an oarsman and writer, will give his expert opinion on the college regattas exclusively for- THE SUN. Titus has been a familiar figure at oil tho big rowing races which have been held for the last twenty years and was in octlvo competi tion for fifteen years. He com peted in England and in Canuda as well as in the United States, nnd is the only man who ever won the American titles ot both sweeps and sculls on the same day. CADETS DEFEAT SETON HALL. Nnlriler lilt Ball Hard mn Win hy Hear nt 7 to 1. Wkst Point, N. V., April 2(1. A shakeup In the Army team resulted dn ii victory for the cadets to-day. They defeated Seton Hall, 7 to 1. iToacn Strang's proteges lilt tho ball hard. Gor hardt and Collin excelling by hard and timely wallops. Sarcka was effective during the six Innings he worked, as was Morrill and t'offey, tho Army men who succeeded him. Collin's play at tho midway was a feature. The soldiers were aided greatly In the scoring by poor work In the Held by the Jeiseymen, but their own Molding was weird, as the error column wil attest. The score: ARMY. SKTON HALL ilirh ti) ab r h p a e OrrhMt.Sb 3 33 1 0 3i Irvlnc.s... 4 00 3 6 0 I'.it'raon.lf. 4 00 1 00 Zltlnian.ef. .10 1 0 11 Darlire.lf.. 100 0 0 0 Klschcr.lf.. 4 00 0 1 0 l MIX hell.rf. r I 1 1 0 0 tMllltvatl.lb. 4rtH 10 'n.. b. . 1 3 40 dloiu... I Kra'hulikib L'l 1 0 1 i.-o.3b. 4 Ii 0 1 , Ilntloii.tb. 100 f. oo'itaimnnd.e. .100 2 0 1 l!oue,-... r.oo o 4 I'tlireniian.t;.. 1 00 0 00 tlr'ahiini.cf. 200 : 0 0iiJ,UUilier,:b 2 10 2 4 0 MoHrple.if. 10 0 100 faroka.p.. 312 o p Totals . 22 11 21 14 4 Murrlll.p.. 1 00 0 0" Coffey.p.. 000 0 1 01 Totals .34 7 It 27 117 Army... . Seton Hal! '13 110 0 0 07 00001O00 0 1 Stolen haw Oertiardt. Colfln. .1: Sto.Vell, Ifnu-e Sa'Tifiee tut -wpatlereon. House, tlrlngham To ba-e bit-lierliarrtt. Thr nee bit San ha fiouble plJ' Coffin ami Kratcliliuhl Hits- Off Sarcka. 1 In six Hi' ninee Struek out Hy Hillon. 1; bv Sarcka, i7 vy .Miirrin. 1 rirs-i inise nn 0.1114 uu nil JLANHATTAN TEAM FAST. Wallop City Colleue I'ltchera ami Win by N In I. Manhattan College easily defeated the C. C N. V. at the Lewlsohn Stadium yesterday. Tho "core was S to 1. The Manhattan batsmen gathered eleven hits from the assortment nf slutota offered , by three C. C. N. Y. pitchers. O'Connor nllo'.ved only four scattered hits and fanned fifteen. Nolan, .1. Houlihan and H.igcn of .Manhattan did well wltlw-the i; lloul'n.lb too 3 notKramer.2b. 4 0 0 4 2 0 Hlreh'c.cf 3 1" 0 on;iimk.lf .. 302 2 oo Nol.lll.e. 4 3 2 15 4 1 Tllisley.ss. .. 40 1 1 12 , J Houlfh.es 412 I 1 1 (inlilbf rir.e. , 3 I 0 H 21 oronnor.p 411 0 I il suffln cf . . .101 2 UtF.nlf '.0 1 t f, 0 TitcUer .0, 1,10 0 1 1. i Tt . .. n .. . . .. .. I i 2 , .miriin.-ii :iu . I ' ',(t:u-rii n.iu w -" - e i ,h ' , 0 i,' '.' - n o 1 on . llrt-nnaii.lb 1111 On Cairns. p.. . 100 l 20 Towls ...30 II 27 f 3' Total" 29 1 4 27 1 4 'Manhattan 4 n t 1 fl 0 I 1 0-1 (' C N Y 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0-1 Home run -Nolan Three ba-e bit O'Con nor. Breiinan Tn luw hits llacan :, Suf fin Mnlen b.ises McLoUL-lilin. Nolan " lira mer. tiuldsmtth Sairtllce lilt -O'Connor First base on balls Olf O Connor. 2: olf Warner. 1; olf Kosenlters, 2. Struck out By O'Connor. 15; bv waruer. 2: by uosennerr, u: by Curns 1 Hit by pitcher By Warner (lllrschmani Paiscj hall Nolan empire Mr (Jreen Time "'- hours and 20 minutes Mrglnla league He. nits, Portsmouth, 13, Norfolk. Petersburg, 4, Hopewell, 4 leeicn nines; rain). Hocky Mount-.Vea port News, (ralni. Western Association Kesiilts. Sherinitn, 3, McAllister. 1 Ilenlson, 10, Mllekug.-e, 5 Tulsa. .1 Fort Smith, o Oklahoma I'Hs. tl l'ar, 5 Dddbe Brothers MOTORCAR What owners are thinking and saying the country over constitutes a higher endorse ment of the car than any thing we might say about it Tho economy rf tho catf4rs trustify, the remarkable things it does when called opon are comments you hear wheretrar tho-carls dlscuiged. Tt 4rn rav tre fbs gasoline cer.ivumptlor. Is nnususllv lew The tlrs mileage Is urmsually high The tsrlce of the Touring? Car or Roadster com plete Is 9a (f. e. b. Detroit). aflHiaaHlaBflsaBBBlBBBBBBB (nBswaiFaaiB Ujir Colt-Stratton Company Broadway at 57th-St. Phone Circle 1600 Open Eventng$ TIGERS USE SUBS AND DEFEAT UNION Tn finine Hoplete Willi l,nnp Fieldintr 1'rineelnn Win by l to 2. IJl'Z LAW OX SIPK ritiNCCTON', N. 3 , April 21 the fact that several of Hie Drit r"Rtr ,f were 'out of the lineup Prlncel m featcd L'nlon this afternoon bv a . e of 4 to 2. It was the Inltlnl nppear.iti e . Tiger nine at home since, tho S" :'l " trip. Capt. Huz Law Is out of the pun becnuso of u slight attack of tunl"lth and Keating, the Vumlty rleht liefer. Is warming tho benrh with tm injure! foot received while In the S mib The game this afternoon was the poor, est exhibition of baseball scot, on I'n . verslty Pleld this spring, bo-li le.irrm displaying n loose brand of ba'i m 11 field. Chaplin Marted In to do the tr'. Ing for Princeton, but Coach Cirk re. moved him In the seventh ljinlr.g nuA snt Link to the mound, Hummer pitched for Union, but was not very (fTe Mil being hit hard and often, The s. , . UNION ' PUINCKTOS alt r h p a e! ah r h p Stnv'han.Sb .100 2 S9I.ee.lf lu ti I'rulay.rf .. .ill 1 oOlTib'ott.rt.lb 2 ! 1 s Stny.ef . .. 20 0 1 nnllnlt.of 1111 M Hat'way.cf. ! 0 I 0 0 0lr1a-s (11 Colllson.se, 3 0 0 4 8 0 Ilmukis.o . .1.1 Zlmnier.lf.. .112 3 ooseullylb l - i Steele.lb.,, 2 0 0 1 0 n.'itnni'nd.rt in , Oreen.o . .. 4 00 S 21Mira.'.b. I', i Itoek'n.2b 4 0 0 0 OUTalleytb mo i i) Ilummer.p. 311 1 n 1 Ch.iplin.p.,, ". i,, n 4, . - .Link.p fi"i 1 t Total" . , .2? 2 1 21 2 - I Total" 3. I ' .1 ITnion 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 n-j Princeton 2 0oosnon( Stolen b.ie T.illt-v. Tibbott Sl.e Tti mv hlt-lousla. Tibbntt Stru K o it-li? Chaiilln, 4; by Link, S, by HilmniT, . Hit. Off Chaplin. 1 111 sewn Hindus off Lu a. I in tun Hintniie. First base on ball" -(III Chapl.it 4: off Hummer. 3 Passed balls- tiniuui :, (ireen. 1 Wild pitch -Cli.it.lln II. t kiismm llr Chaplin (Zimnirr. hie. lei lt.uk f.tni, lft on bases I'tuon. !: I'rln eton, y t.t haw. on error Prlti'etoii, Earne.1 runs fnioi, I; Prlneeton. 3 t'nipires- Conahan jnd fr" man Time-1 hour and 50 mlnutis F0RDHAM NINE BEATEN. .11 e( oh lie I'nltera In Two Inning nnd SI. .loseph's AVIn. HAi.ni.Mom:, Mil., April 20. -St. .losejih" defeated Kordham In tho first game ef their series by a score of 7 to . SJc tjuade, who was on the mound for th visitors, pitched good ball in spots. In the first atul seventh Innings tie w.u Ineffectlie and by hunching lilts between scleral passes the Jn-ephltes secured enough runs to win. In tho seven a f'.e vltdtorri rfot on to Herts-rt, who r'"red In favor of Kittle. Tho latter !.t-'ed long enough to enable the local- M win The score : FOIllllIAM MT ST jim:;ii ab r b p a r ab t 1 i Blake.lf.... i 3 1 iifiSt.irtm.ss (.. Misiuire e 4 1 1 f, 2 0 .1 Niiiaii lb ). t Villain, 3b.. 6 1 2 I 2tis-n.ircs.il 4 I.iiin-'u.:b. 112 2 .'io II Murp'.v.i f 4i; . 0 n.in. in. 40 1 10 ni K.Murpj.lb . " corn.",',.., 1 n I ....... .. kl.u.li... ml 2 11 1 0" ll.irt.e . I ' : 4 It t 1 Ml. .Vni.in.lh I I 1 n ,, Writ lit ri .-IHIII.III 11 .M'QiUiIcp .loo il : I llerliert o liale 10 1 'I 0 " Kittle p Tnuls . id t;t J3 l: ; Tidal" . :i 7 Battel for MiQu.nln In the ninth inniiv t.l Nolan bit by batted ball Fonlbam 0 0 .1 1 1 l 2 Mount St Joseph... .20100 '-(' Two bi.- hits -snares. Vlvl.nn -b.isc -III jke 2, Daniien .' Houble liricht and L Nolan 1 irl ba-c n(- . 1 9." Slcii.ide. 6s off Herbert ticrt 3 Slru Bv HcllK-rt. 3. bv Kittle 2. br M.-o . , Wild pitch-Herbert U-ft on b.i-e f St Joseph. 7: Fordhani, t; empires-h! man and McAtee Time 2 hour- l.eblich S ii mops llniiillloii, Sot-TH BGTfft.l'llKM, P.I.. Apr 1 C LehlBh walloped Whitman's bi--., .'ill corners of the diamond to-U.n shut out llamlltoti. The scoro w . to 0, Lehigh made eighteen b'ts -ono Hamilton mnn reached ee-, Lough getting a two bagger. The p Hamilton o o n o 0 o o Lehigh -103401 Pineries Whitman, ,-.irtz at I v Hurley and Let-s tind tlurfie--- - tre stggrmsse st ear 1U& .iij.,U.,'.iL. 'llA'l'iiii'' A'WVslt4l.y.f..J.rtJ.--'-