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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL' 29, 1916.
V 11 Yanks W aste BEATING'S PASSES LAND RED SOX OYER YANKS IN ELEVENTH Lewis Follows a Base on Balls With h Homer, Tlcltiff Score In Ninth. SEASON'S SCR A IMMKST fiA.MK IIKRK KNDK i TO 2 . r.lerrfa)' Results, H. i " New- York, S, etcxen Innlnga. washing on ; Philadelphia, a, Clexe and Chicago, t. petroil fi St Louts, , ET.UI.RO STANDINd r THE CI.l'Bfl. .11 H I I it ins j s J 64 j j ji. J 7 0 II Li! " 7 CLCBS. ,M.- Ntro't alts ,yiw York. AM Am .4.1s. .J.Wll II Ta.day'a Schedule. Kw York In I'hltadelphla Ftn tn Washington, Oil jjo In St Iaul. C.exrland In Detroit. Two of four bases on balls glen to the lied Box by Hay Keating at the I'olo Orounds yesterday created more damag ing disturbance to tha Yankeea than tsrlve Yankee hits did to the fled Box. On' of Kcatlng's gifts was followed by s heme run line smash by Duffy Lewi.i mil It tied the score In the ninth In ning. The Hed Sox hadn't been near a, run up to that pregnant moment. Tha other gift, In the eleventh Inning, was followed by a two bagger by Richard lloblittell, the pride of Boston, who lives In Cincinnati., and an Intleld out, and t wen the same for the Hed Sox In that arartlrr.e Inning. The Yankees had a ttmt rudely snatched from them when they were within two outs of h victorious l.. . ,v, . core "l Twelve hiti for the Yankees acrom- plihfd less than seven for the Hed Kox, i rd this principally because of the long ind Hoblitzell at a time when there was I .mate passed by Keating, lurking on ' "lit Dutch Leonard hard-he had little ' m me Dan at any time the hits came tt'fr ,, y- . 1.1, a. tu. .... .. . I tfnerally with one or two out, and most rl them were wasted. Along with the .mineni raci tnat inirteen or the Van.' iims were left on bases, ws the allied :ct that twelve hits were so ineptlv dts i buried that they yielded only two runs. Crgg was effective for the Hed Hot . f:cr he relieved Leonard, but the sad inn was mat tne game should go so lar in length aa to bring that fact nut. Gregg entered the lists In the ninth in- mr.j, and It looked as If the ninth would be the finish of the combat. Keating wa unfortunate tu lose. It was high clj" pitching which he did. only to iiurr.hle Into a reverse. There never wa iy Mich thing as a rally started on "il'ii the lloston hitting was alwajs scat tered two lilts came at luscious t!mi for the Hed ox. Malsel ie Poor IHta. Ma- e struck a rich vein of hitting rich Individually, for three of ills fdjr .-ms,e didn't do his side any good. One did, however. Mingles by him and Krai itir .mil a fumhle by Hoblitzell gavu th Yankees one of their runs : a burner into the left held stand by Haumann ut t'lem the other. This pair of tal lies looked Me as tha Twin Peaks until f Hot-ton flare In the ninth, This the most acrimonious game t the Polo f.rounds this year. The frpo.in.- players seemed to be consider- "e ' unfriendly to each other. There 'ik r ding pro and con from the bench I and the snuat Carrlgan, manager of 11,1 ru, nun tne spectators quite 10 uiu.. i.eonarn s nnen trie nan "'Hi and In close to the heads of the l. me h, tiers, so that Baker and Nuna-1 mav.r , particular had to do some mmb dii-klng. The Red Hox yelped be a pack on a fresh trail when Ijewls h' "'"re: the members of the rival imps weie on the watch to Jaw each -iner nu ,n tp,s whole rivalry verged f" l ie bitter Tlie Yankees continued fhelr Irtrleweent Celdir.K Their defence has been lino. I uttl) and they went alonsr at the same 1-0' 1 II. Ilaker. Peeklnnmivli utiri I'lnn did the sharpen sort nf work, and work 1 t.t .1. .. . . . . ..... ,,,, woe not i.iTiniiiro to not innSii.H t, Vcw York. Hoblitzell and Gardner took . Ill.l,,l l.n .. . L ......I . - . I. ''and for the other parties to the vajentie encounter. K'-a'ing and Malsel singled In the "in cl inning before anybody was out a'd Keating reached third on Malsel'a Prod but the next two batters didn't P In with anything of value and '.he Unka would not have scored If lloblltiell Uln 1 fumbled a grounder from Baker. l.aUlnarill Itrierl a hnm run Into tli kltarhers In the fifth, and the rest of , me ,.. nring, wua Wdey strewn and UMless, -There were two New York hits In tha 'xtb hv Keating and Malsel rlarht nn the li.ei. nf sljillnr nlava bv llardner ni ii-,i iigeii. wh eh k ed Peck nnaugh tvi Nmiam.-iker resneetivalv. and bin for 1 iti l.r lia,.y lii the Boston defence tho nme DU hnve been settled. for New V'rk rght there. Aa It waa Hlgh'g fly m Keating und Malsel stranded. K...I.... . . . .. ... .... iiara 10 .'a JT"" Keai.ng ., lt hrt.., In the sixth f! ''-g lo no nurnOMS. hnw.ver. Ilnoner I lli'-rt safely with one out and I'lpp 1 'fi'jrui a liner which cracked from Hob- """I. shlllelah, Plpp had unly to step nrn nase ror a double play, nut tl. ft.) !ei Sox dnn't ret illu'ournvel allt They're In there outline ami rnnf. ir.f and worklnar all tha time. Vnr In. inure, Hohlltxell walked in the ninth rid frnrn the base path Implored and commanded Lewla to do something. Lls did his best, and his best wa a He drove a bee line homer Into the Jlj prttlouily visited by Haumann's rour base jolt. It was a real man'a slie JJ-'i Hilt one of lewis's, smoking t"rom Ihe wood nnd screaming all (he way. "I" B'adori eleventh began with a Wrlkeout by Janvrln. Hooper was wsftler nnd hunf around until four ball " come his way. lloblltiell put hv-JT-' '"uls Into the right field Hand ami then ep inked a two bagger over Ball "sun's head. It would have cored Hooper m a walk had the latter been free to run fast, but he had to hang hack and " that it wouldn't be eaught. Ha (:rit'l third, from there he acoreU on is's out at Ant. Peekittaauiti'g wnnaid atop with fHI Oraliavl.. Jt LOUIl Mili.1elphia Qimit Ion i . . x. . e i 1 ..eli , . - t.W.. a....,,. L'. - X . A. ... Hits, Keating LUCKLESS GIANTS HIT BY A REAL BOSTON BLIZZARD McGraw, Vexed After Bejng Snowed Under Both Ways, Returns to Face Dodgers To-day Trades in View Hunter May Replace McKechnie. The Olants returned early Vint evenlnic from lloston, where bid weather held the proposed four games serlca lo Iwo contests, both of which Mcdraw's men lost. The tUn of Johnny wan literally ""'l "s"n,,lv'l5' "M0Wfcl of ..an jrsterday morning a bllxr.ini hit New Kngland and before noon tlio ' r Culture was wallowing through three Inches of snow, Haln set In on top of the snow before (he New York cllib took .in e,lry afternoon train for home. Slush w ankle deep In the streets when the pl.iyera left. I'ercy Haughton and George Stalling were In despair at noon, Braves Kleld has something the intittvr with Hk drain age system. It waa ankle ileen hi mini . both days the .dlunta pUyed up there. Tlie lloston magnates have vision of losing to-day's big holiday card with the champion Phlllls. Mctlrnw'a club comes "back to town to play a four game series with the Dodg ers, beginning this afternoon. The le.ider of the Polo tlrotinder-t, of course, waa very much disappointed with the re sult of the if It to Huston. IU- secured een more, upset over the weather than the fact that his club was unable to win another gainu at the xpenne of the Draws. "I have no fault to rind with the lait game In Hoeton," said -McClraw on the train yesterday afternoon. "It wai simply a case of being outlucked. We have lost five game by one run, and hi each of them the breaks were all against us. I am not offering thla as an excuse. The Giants are going to be factors In tha National League race, never fear. The team morale run not suffered one whit, in spite of our reverses. The strength la there and It will ahow In time. "Hut thla weather,' McOraw waved at the snowclad landscape of New Kng latid, "la more than 1 had ever reckoned upon. The club waa In grand shape from the steady heat of Texas when it got back to New York. My ph.) era now are Just about hack where they were when they went South laat spring. Still that la not the worst, "In another week we have to go West. If the weather out thero happens to b latter to nail !ewls, but gave him no time to make a play nt the plate to head p" ,ie run- Tn' trotr ' ' nnTYIViA l.i . NEW YOltK ia Li abrhpae ab r h p a e 1 llrnnk'n.lf 10 0 I 0 0Milel.i I. I I Junnn.ii.. )l 3 s o.tfiMh.lf . tot : co ttnnK.. -I J!" 9 t n't A lav mntr . HOB A o u Hobtiti1! lb 4 11 t. It lUuminn.rf S t I I lffXi.A III l 1 '."edwitb" til :o Shorten .. too 0 oojNunam'er.c. 40 1 t to &tf.P7 !oS ? SSjfiStfK.. Vol I 0 0 ow'pl., 00 0 O 0 0 Totals. CSUUUO -too 0 0 0 Totals Jl JTJS 14 I1 rutted tor Cirrltan in the eifhth Inning tlUttft for !ontrd In the elihth Inning. JKan for TTiomai in tlie eismn inmna, in...i lop llich In the elerenth Innlns 'Pattrd tor Keatlni In the eleventh inning Roston ... 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 o : e 1 S, New York otot0"0 o-!l Klr.t t.a- on error New York. J" n , J"". "',fl,',t Lr nroW 1 iri' Wi? KestliiK. 4 Ptruek out Ilv Leonanl, 1: by Oreis. by Kestlns. T Home run-iwn. -ti...;.-.R T-Wn ... kilkllntiltlirll. UIia cMfl hit lllrh gtolen bje nUrr Double pla l-i-onaril Janrrtn ami lloblltiell: Keatinr ,l,ecWiiauh ' "'i'; linn, iinas'lstrtl. Hit by pltehed ballBy lnnaril iKeatinai Hlla -Off Ionanl. II in eight inninjn; oft fireir. 1 In ttiree innliia;. Karned run-0 leonard. 1: off Kestina. 3. Pmnre in clilef -Nallin Field umpire Dineen Time-: houra and M mtuutea SOX THROW AWAY A GAME. Tho Wild llenvea filve Indiana Ten Innlnic Contest. Ct.gvF.t,ANn. April Wild throws by Weaver and Fournler spoiled a sensa tional ten lulling pitching duel between lfty Williams of Chicago and Ouy Morton of the Cleveland this after- f l. - In.Mun. nil the VliniA MS a noun. i j,..fn- - - 1 :f "'.t. L. t.t in th- Cleveland's Weaver wna neavc 111 flrt tally, and Founder's throw to the .taml i the tenth permitted the deciding run to be scored. The Hox earned their m.,. tulle when Williams was hit and Murphy and McMullcn singled, '.e0re: The CHICAGO (A. I.) CLEVELAND (A, L.) .brhi, turn pk 4 00 1 00 401 0 :o 1 Murphy.r! 4016 oo'Orsney.lf , M'M'.l'n.lb 4 01 1 I 0 Turner.lb.. Koiri ' 10 40 1 10 1 1 Smith ri jscs.on.lf 4 00 s 00 ftoih.rl.. . ' Kelieh.c! 4 00 4 Jl jlrtUti. iSW' tSi i .' i w.h1?'.. 3 0 0 1 0 0' 00 3 00 I 0 1 0 0 0 4001: : 0 4 t 1 I 3 1 3 11 3 'JO 101 k 3 0 3 0 0 I 4 a Willtajiia'.p :to 1 I OiO'Nellf.e. - xgnuTi.il, Totals 3,",:"'5 to,.,.. Ziiini One out when winnlny run waa arorrd. rhleaa.t.. 00000100" 0-1 ri.i.in.i OOOOIOOOOl . 1,... hli. .Wmlii. Weaver. O'Neill Struck out Hy Morton, ; by William..,;. J'ounie niay -r- iuiiim. n,i . ... t,.,.h1. i.l.v -ICakr Wamft ' C mplre.-hVll and . . I Ml Mln,ll.. .-,.- willi.ma Sa. rlhie lute Evans. Tlm-1 hour and to mlnutea. SENATORS' BATS WIN IN NINTH. score Fonr Against Athletics, Hammering; Two ritchrrs. Washinqton. Anrll 28. The Sena tors In a sensational Halting rauy 111 ninth inning to-day rirored four the runs and nosed out the Philadelphia athletics 7 to S. In a game which was bitterly fought from the start to finish. The visitors by knocking out Dumont and Hoehllng In the fifth Inning sent ov.e alx runs. This lead appeared to h suftlclent until Washington retaliated by driving Naborj; out In the ninth and hitting Crowell, who relieved him, hard enough to win. The score: PH1LA. (A. L.) IWAHHINOTON (A, I... ah r h p a r, ah r I. par win .a Ill I lOlMoeller.rl... 413 0 II Thnmp tj.cf 100 1 no r"oster,3b... wnVr'f.V. 3 1 I S8 itoSft-iVlK ".'."V " - 1 Ali..a.. iw (00 t to 401 I no 400 6 on 4 11 00 5 I 0 4 :o 301 ) 1 0 10 0 A II 3 0 0 3 4 1 000 0 00 100 n on 000 n in 2 1 1 0 10 010 0 00 SSoielib.'.'. 4114 oMorgsn.ft MeInnit.iD. t .j Henry .0,, Wek.Sb., 311 I It tAlnamllh... Sawyrr.ii... tShanka Dlimont.p... Meytrs.c.. 411 3 00 4 0 0 0 13 000 0 00 Nabora.P. Crowell.p Ilnehllna.il. Totals....l3,M t3 4 fJallla.p luaroar,.,, Totals 32 T S 27 11 3 'One out when winning run ws scored. 1Ren for Hanry in the ninth Inning. tRslled fur Sawyer In lb. ninth inninr, IBatted for (Jallls in the ninth Inulni Philadelphia 225?5S52 Washington 0 0 0 I II n 0 0 4 1 Earned run-Wsthlnrton. First base 011 er rors-Waahlnslon. I: Philadelphia, I, l-efl 011 oases-Waahlnglon. j! Philadelphia. 7. Klr.t base on balls Oil Nabora. 4; off Dumant, 2; off Bcehlln. 1: off Osllla. i. llil.- Ofl Ns bora. 4 In right and one-third Innings; erf Crowell, 3 In two-tnlrde of an Inning: Du maul, t In four and one third Innings: off Boebllng. i in onalhlrd ef an Inning: off Gallia. I In faur end ona lhlrtl Innliis s. Three base bit-Judge. Two base hits I.nloie. R trunk, Hlolsn bases-Walah. Blrunk. Moel ir. Hit br plteher-llr NsbArs iMnrtan) Umplree-Cennellg and Osnuu. Tims-: hours and II minutes. Is Wild and excessively hot a llrcliled rliutitrn Imm ov.,."l'u r?'""8 l,-r;-1!.wl11 "rl ,h.-' boys back Just so much the more. It I will take a month, it t least, tr Ret bark to tho form we cnloied when wo Ifft ' Texas a month ago. Hut for the fact 1 thai the team has been hit so rry, j ery hard by this weather nnd that there appears no Immediate remedy I would not woiry over the Mandlng of tho club. I hope thn yotniK fellows , will not let pur position set on their nerves. If they do not nil will come out well In time. I lia great faith In lhe posslhllltlrt of the team." Mctlraw would not deny that he had a trade or two In view, but naturally would not elve any hint as to his ntans I along these llnss. It Is well known that ' Hill MrKrchnlo so far hns proved a hlK dlsuppolnlment at third base. McKcch- nlo was not expected to hit very formi dably, but he was expected to do inotu than the usual sham defensively. Ills defensive play so far has been Ulllf better than Ills work nt hat. Hill has had only one hit that a very, eryi scratchy one In six full games. i It would not he at all surprising If this afternoon found Hunter at the near corni-r for the Giants Hunter l a 1 crult who showed rta' promise 1n Texas Inn who was tinfortiitia.' enough to bo "piked badly In the palm of the hand scvcial weeks au. Hunter lia been iir.i' tlsliiB for mole than a week, but until Uiu da before eslerday was compelled to wear a hid gloo to pro- tect his wound Ills hand now N en tirely healed, though still a bit tender He says h is ready to begin at any time. Hunter appeals tn be a line hit ler, so that under the clicumetances he Is hound to get n trial In McGraw's lineup unless McKechnlo wakes up. Uncle Wllbcrt's Dodgers come tn the ! Polo Orounds fresh from two straight i triumphs over the champion Phillies. ' The Giants, therefore, will hae to light their hardest Just now to pet moving In ' the right direction. All of McGraw's pltcheis, save Tsreau. are available for duty in case of a pinch, l-red Anderson is likely to get to-day's assignment If the weather Ik line. Hube llvntnn I' overdue, however Hobble has heveral pitchers fit for duty lie is likely to call upon Southpaw Sherrod .Smith for the first game. HOMER FOR HAMILTON ROUTS CITY COLLEGE . Cim...,,.."-!. of rp-Stuf,. (N.llc,, jriinis SpikIs Itti 1 1 Over IViih in Eighth. f'ollrge Ranehall Reillla. !.( elte. II, .Mlrlallt. . leorgMown. 4. VVV.t Vlrslnla, 0. t'rslnus. 7. rintlnuiet. . Ihluh, U: Trlnlit, o. N C 1 !euite n The t'ollege of the City of New York WJH .iffpntp,! 7 , ycterda. by the Hamilton foiled ., ., .he former's I Held. The un-Staters won In the elahth 1 . 1.,.,,i. 1,1. ,. 1 , .-u ...i the right D'ld fenre. For Hamilton In the third Inning Ite hati tripled, W. (iow walked and Kramer missed M. How's grounder on which l!t han went home, (irlltlths doubled, eior ll.c two men. C.uaimuk-h singled, ad vancing tirilttlliK to third mi tiold smlth's error of .Mclaiuths hard blow I'avaiiaugh and (irltllths Vcornl. Hoot struck out, ending the Inning. City College in Its halt sent three men across. Ilorak singled ami Conn ver doubled Manns got to first on a tlelder'n choice, tilling the bases. Hani, tripled, clearing the bases. The home team took the t ad In the fourth, get ling three more runs. Lowenth.il was hit by Hoot and Tlnsley doubled, iron over hit for two bases, scoilug two men, Hank singled, sending Conover acro.ss. Hamilton tluU tile score In the ev lenth on a pass, a single and an erior by , Km) the. Cavanaugn's home run In the ' 'Ightli followed, ( Ity College being im- able 10 do anything. The won:, C C N. Y. HAMILTON. l r h p a lib r li laiw'nt lrf 3 1 0 .1 0 Miller c 4 a 0 ft Tinilry 1 1 5 O.hVhan f. I t I OjWtiow.lb.. 3 : : 1 til (fnw.li s 1 0 3 t:ltir.iii..:ii . t. 2 I I 0 1 113 0 1 0 V 0 0 0 0 2 IIO0 0 0 0 0 2 7.0 0l:i 11 0 e r. oooo Ilorak. If .. f. Conover ef. 4 Marrua.31)., 3 Hank e - 4 0 : Odriffltha.rf. 3 4 0 14 l'P,lle rf . t 0 0 0 1 t.Cavansll.cf I 3 0 0 3 1 51i-I.omh.Jb : 1 0 0 n 0 Itoni p 4 0000 oUVhitni.in.p 0 : iL I I I Kranwr.:b lioldath.lb hmythe.tb. Sufflii I'erktna.tb, Uownb'ir.p tTucker. Cairn p, I il I 0 0 Tolala 0 0 it 0 0' .si; Total., a .-j f,, flatted for Smvlhe in the eishth iiinint tllatlrd fur Itownbera In the riclitli iniiinc P. C N, Y . 0 (1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 lUmillnii , 0 0 .1 0 0 n 1 1 0. 7 Krrnr. Marem, Kramer niyth". flolil vwth. M Oow 1 1 1 c e 1 11 . Mefintli First I haae on error, lionilloii. 4 I' r M V , wii i.nw hup ,. .,, 111 1 1 111 im, x nrmirr, i, Tn.aley, Kramer Three ba.e hita llehnn, Hank llnine run -Cavanaiiph Mmfli-e hit Mareu. ftlnten ba.e. Mareii. Tui-krr. Cavanatifli l-ft oil ba- Hanultnti, 7: r C N Y.. Klrt bae nu balls Off Knasnheri, S; off Hoot, 1 Ctruek out He llo.enheri, 7; h Catrne, t: by Root, f.: bv Whitman, 2. lilt by pitched ball lly Hunt iMarcil.. faiwrnlhali l'a..eil ball Miller. Illt.-Off Koaenberr. In elilil 1 tiniiu : off Cairna. none In one inulnr: off Hoot, 4 in VI. li.. Miller. eren iiininaa: on miiiinan. 1 tu two innince umpire- r.iunr. 1 li minute.. P. Time 1 hour and COBB RETURNS TIGERS WIN Detroit Snnti'f.ca Vlolor) In .Mntli When llnrna Doubles, St. IxjUIB, Mo April 2Ji. --The Tigers 1 snatched 11 game from thn Drowns to- , day, ti to 5, Iliirns, with a double tn left, sent In Helhnan with the winning run In the ninth. Two runt, behind In , the eight, Public, a pinch hitter, singled, scoring two men, fobb was back In the game. He counted a single mid a double. The score: DETHOIT (A L.) I ST I.OI'IS ia. l.i ab r h p ae Hli r h 11 a e tilt, an. . . .111 1 .uisnniinn 11 . j3 2I1 Kavaii n.rr, j ; 1 u aiiiiiii.ii, rohb.ef 4 0 2 3 0 1 Si.ltr.lh . Veaeli.lf,,.. 3 00 4 00 Mar.aii4.ef. Hrllmaii'2li 4 10 0 30 IYiilt,2b . .. Rurna.lb,., .Hill I 0 Tobln rf..,. Youii...... 4 00 1 3liHarllry,c,... Hlanasr.c.,, mill .1 mt Jonii.iiii... 4 0 0 1 3 11 .'1 01 ti ("i 3 2 1 I 11 11 4 0 1 3 .10 a n 1 2 4 10 1 12 I 11 'I Dallnn, ,,, III 0 0 ni.Javenpnrt.p 2 0 0 0 5 1 Baker.e. 000 0 nnMlllrr.. . . 1 no 0 no i;nv TtKie.p sou . i. u tllarner... IO 0 0 0 11 Total. 3:1 fi 11 27 ! 2 holHiid.p. tDilbue.. . 00 0 0 1 0: 10 1 4 on 1 Usiim.p. . 0 0 0 0 0 II Tolul... 3 6 10 27 Id Ii 'Hatted for Htanaae In Ihe elthlh liiiilin. tilatleil for Covrle.kle tn tlie .exriith Innills tHalted for llnland in the eidiih luiiin: Ifl.Hteil lor Darriiporl in the nliith Inulni Detroit , 2 n (1 n 0 0 I 2 I il St. Louis, , 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0. 1 Two haae hit. -tMiotton. Prall. Jolm.nn, Cobb, lliirua Sacrifice hits-Cnhb Tnlini, Datrnpoit, Aliatlu. I'aaaetl hall Hartley Stolen bsaei Ruler, Heilman. Hit hr pitched ball-By Coveleakle (Maraantl. Wild pitch -DSTSiiporl. Kiral haae nn balla oif Daven. Sort, 4: off Covtleikle. I; eff llnland. t, truck oul-Br Davenport. 7 Cnelekle. 3 Ift en bases-Ill, Leula. 7: Drtrntt, l. Umplras- llltilehrsnd and O'Loughlin. Time 1 aeur and to minults. Red Sox Win After Two DODGERS HOVE UP PENNANT LADDER Willi Coombs Opposing Hen lor Tlioy Wvni Phillies' by Score of r, lo n. BOTH VETERANS VANNED 1 e.lerdey'a Itrsults. llrnokl n, I'hlladttplila, .1. I'lltshurg. S, Clnciniull, 1 'lile.o, 7, St. l.mils. 0 In Lofton N, it York, enoxe nrr.tii.Mi standino or tiik ci.i h. ,1 ! c CLUBS rhlldlphl irh).,, ' 0(17 : ' IS17 j hoijon .. Prookljn., .tr.M St l.otil. L. , !' .I'M iQama In.t Tn.ila' Schedule. ftrnok'Ml f" Ntv York I'lillttlrlplilH In lloMon PI !.niii In i'IiUhco IMnnnnutt In I'ttt'tiurn I'lllt.AHKl.PlllA, April 5. The Dodg eis wound up their rather wet sojourn In this city to-day by again ttounclnc the riilllles. The score was 5 to 3. As a result of their victory the Dodders Jumped up the ladder, landing !n fourth place. The nnnouncement that Chief IJi-ndtr and Jack Coombs, former Athletic teamnuite nnd prime favorites In this city, brought out nearly 10.000 fan to see the veteran muundsmen In action. Neither man. however, pitched major league ball nnd IkiiIi were retired be fore the came wws oer. T-io Dotlpeit touched up the Indian rlglit smartly from the etnrt and poor eiippott from Ills teammates kept him behind In the run geitlm: Cooinbs was lilt '.rd by the Phillies, but lie received Maw lees ImcUmik up and promt mt ral :irs wcie killed In the bud. I loth men pitched about the same brand of ball ami neither showed anything to nave over. I toth were hit for ihrte earned tun. t'oonibs was found for iilne hlls 'n six luntligs. while the I lodgers In- eateil the Indian for ten hits In seven I and uurorUed it wild pitch. Mayer, who 1 succeeded Mender, pitched lillless ball 1 foi his two innitiRS. Hlg Jeff Pfeffer, who relleveil ( ooinlx, was liatled ror four lilts In three Innings, but lie wn very effective when men were on the sacks. 1 Savvy f'ravath, differing with bruised heel, will be out of the game for several days, thus giving Wilbur (!fd, the former "ub, a rlialKC to get ti action In lglit Held. Tho cort : HltOUKI.YN iS l..i , PIIII.A ,N I. 1 ah r tl i a e ati rhtii' Mrr el (in 1 IS Stock .11. 'i : 1 1 11 o: 1 ;,M t 01 tit 0 00 1 1 : 10 00 3 1 : : 10 10: : : : 0 0 g ti : 1 n 30 10 0 n on noo :n I n 1 0 00 Iiauliert.lh Mi nsrl ef VVheal.lf I 7 3 t O.Hincroft.M 11 : to Pa-kert.ef 111 00 Unod rl . 10 1 I 0 0 l.inl-rii. lb Mow re) Jh ClIMhliw.ltJ 100 : t n Whlttetl If 4 11 .10 Nlehaff Mill, r i Mi'art.e Coombe u Plefier.li 311 0 ', 11 0 Hum. e 100 I II) llenorr p 5 1 2 0 I o!f'tioier 1 00 0 (io'Marrp fiorne 1. 0 1 Total. Totsl 2i s 10 : -.s 3 ti a 13 5 flMlteil for Iteluter In .eenth Intitni; tlljllni for Majrr in the mutb iiiiiiik 1lrnn'aln t 0 I 1 2 0 0 11 n :, , I'liiltrti'lphia 0 0 0 2 n 1 0 0 ( 3 Hue OK Coombe 5 111 l Inniiut: off lien tie r. hi 111 een luiiinc. off l'leffer. 4 in three iniiinv utf Maver, none in two inntnri Itun earnei. PI11 iietihia nieoklll 3 Two tm.e hit. WlniKil, Coomb.. LiHlrru.. Strnjel Saiiitiii- liti Hunt. stolen b.t.e towre l-lt on h,-i riilluilelilila, 1 llniokli'll, 7 ."irmk nit Ilv liriirirr, 1: hj roonib., t. by Main ., by I'lefler, I Iiiiuhle nla Ol.mi ( ul.h.iu ami Htuhert Klrit bate on error, llrooklyn, 3 Kirl tia. on h-ttl- Off t'nnniti.. 1 lilt by pin hrr Hj Pfeffer tWhlttedl Wild pitch Coomb. rmptre.- lli.ler and Ka.011 I Time 2 hour, and t nilnutrt PIRATES' HITS BEAT REDS. Harmon Pitches (iood nail Hnlril frala Sectind anil Third. PlTT.tnfnii. April 2$, Sharp hitting behind Harmon enabled Pittsburg to de feat Cincinnati to-day by a score of 5 to 1. The visitors' rim came In the first inning 011 a pass to Kllllfer, Iferxng s ra-rltltc and Chase's single. Pittsburg scored twhe in the first Inning on h ' pns to Halrd and singles by Harney, lllnchman and Wagner. Two more runs wcie made In the third limine on passes 1 to Wagner and Knabe and singles by Schmidt and .Smith, The Inst run came , In the fourth Inning on Ilalrd's single steal of second and third and Harney's safety The score CINCINNATI IN Li 1 PITTSIICItO (N 1,1 ab r li p a e ah r I. p a e Kllllfer. c .1101 0 11 Jolinilnn.lb 4 0 I son llerznt r. 300 2 o,llaird.lf . .. 3 2 2 2 0 0 ChaaeUh t 0 ; 11 1 clHarney.ef. 3 1 : soa Orltfltli.rf to 1 3 0 0 llliichni'n.rf 3 0 1 ton Oroh.Jb jno 1 4 0 Wacner.a.,. 3 1 ! 12ft Williinua.lf 1 0 0 2 0 ft Schinidl.r .11 1 4 0 0 30 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 2ft Neale.If . 3 0 1 3 0 0;Kllabr.2h. Loinleii.-h. 300 0 J O'Sniltli.Jb 1 "i'i"'. - 'J - - a vi iini iiiuii.li Sehnelil'r.n 100 ft It, 3s 0 0 10 D.ile.p 20 0 0 2 0- Total. 29 3 It 27 J n Tot abj ,jo 1 2t m 0; Cincinnati 1 0 ft ft ft ft ft c () l'lll.liuri . . . 50210000 x-S Stolen liases Hurd, 2: ll-u-ney 2, Sacri flee hit. Ileroi, lllueliman, Schmidt. Double piny, droll and Winin; Harmon. Wagner and Jolininn; lllueliman. uiiaitivl strucli nut lly Dale, I, by Harmon, 4 Paevil hill s.'linililt rmpirea-O'Day and llarriaon Time I hour and 36 minuter SEVEN IN A ROW FOR CUBS. I Inude llendrlx tilnvfs sit. I.onls I lull Two Hlngles. flllCAiio, April 28, Pitching airtight ball and aided by good slick work. Hen tlrl piloted Hie Cubs to their seventh stialglit victory to-day. Tho St. Louis club was shut out, 7 to 0, The local 1 0.1111 cinched the game In the second round and drove Sallee from the mound III the sixth, driller look his place nml I nut 11 stop to the swatting for tho Inst Cituiiinatl PitUbitrt .... New York.... ""'three Innings. The score; ST. LOUIS (N. L.) I CHICAdO i.V 1, ab r li it a e' .h.i, . . ... ..1 1. aii A nll ., .... 1 , .:.!-'. 11 I inn 1 nil llunnll n a rie.i iiri.il. . ., "vi. , nnn, 11 lic-luli 4 00 3 id sehutie.it . 161 5 on smllliif .-inn 2 ""I'.l.ii ii.if .111 1 ii n liiiii.ite.lh 3 0 0 li 00 William, ef 4 i ; 3 0 0 4 l :i 1 i ii hi ; to lam.-rl 3 1) on I 0 .Inrmiin.ib llelel. It 30 0 2 3 AIS.llrr.lb. ... I lliirnsli) ... aoo 3 2 0' I ioolnii.se. i s.nxili'i-,e 30 ;, 30Ariher.e Siillee.p. . loo o oo Yerkea.sb .. ilrlner p - noo n o 0 lift ndiu.p. . , 'Cruise I i) I 0 0 ft; Tntala Total. :t o r. :m 12 o1 II I 21 3 11 s 10 3 Ii I 2 n 3 0 0 0 X: 13 27 ti 1 Halted Inr (Inner In the ninth liuiliu "i lamia n a o o o o ii aa Uhll'JSO .. IO02O4O0 x 7 Two baas hits '.immernisn. 2 Three bass hit. Klaik, William. Double pla Salcr and Diinl.ni, Pint h.ise on balla Off Sallee I struck nut-tly lleiulrlx, 7: hy Sallee, b. Oilner, I, Sacnfli-e hlla Sallee. Klaek Slolrn base Zimmerman. Hit by pitched bull -Arehrr Wild nlleh-HendH ' I'mJ-L." llyrou find Quiiley. Tlnie- hnur and wiiisi... NEWARK IN OPENER BEATS TORONTO, 4-3 Barrow nnd Mayor Ttnyinond in Crowd to Hoc Giunc Clinched in Tenth. CARLE OETS THREE RUNS tetterdsr's Results. NsjiU. i; Toronto, f, Irn Innlnn. Mnmresl. 7 llalllmnre, J. till limnnrl. : lliiltili, t. Irnridence.tlnehettir. no- Mandlng of the t'luha. w I. rx- W I, . 1 1 PC .wx ttirlinin.nl It 0 I.OcvlMontresI,.. eu.irK ' 0 1 ie Toronto, J'rnwdeti.-t t 0 1 f Roi-tr.tfr.. . Hltlniore ; , i!iutfjlo. To-da)' fH'luthile. ' Tuionlo ill Newark. I Ito llrjtrr In ITlnidrtlT. Montreil In lliltlrinre. ' U-ilfalo in nirhmond a , 0 0 1 .iw 1 tvw AO NnwAHic, April 2!. The delayed opening of the baneball championship -easou took place here to-day with To ronto and N'ewaiU an the tontcstants, the latter winning, t to 3N The crowd h.t.v ',.,..iB day ttilnuut on account of the w eather. I President IMwaiM Harrow was present, i us waa Maj.ir Thomat L. Hayniond. ' Manager Ftcn 'fenny of Ihv locals re celved ,1 large floral hor-cshoe The Lnti.l pirjtle, Mag raSIng and concert took place, I 'Plin Infil -nl tw. f..... I. . . .... .w,.. .-v,,, 1, .ll,l n""J ll.'IV 1 by winning In the tenth Inning, Hal ( fable scoring his third run of the game, j "C ,wiln il lllll-l .tl.l lllllliaj lir li IA. , 1 .Mo we sucritlced him aloug. and Witter sent him over oil a single to left. It was practically the same, combination which accounted for the first run of the game, except that Cnble In that Instance) got n hit, Mowc sacrificed atid Witter sin gled. in that Inning Milan also scored Oil OUK4 thn klnul. tliut I..III...I -.1.l.i I and a sacrifice lly by Callahan. Sin- gles by fable and Milan, with ,1 pass to Mows accounted for the Tennylte.V run in the fifth inning. A double by HrackNt nnd two Infield outs gave the Torontos their first tally. lngle by (irahain. a double by Hlaek-lof ....... .. mi.ni mi o. liero, mil- pled with an error by Durgan, accounted for the two others. The score NKWAItK II Ml T0IION1O it 1. 1 b r h p a r ihrhpir I alile :b . ,. t ,IUcker.rf 07 7 0 Moe.. :oo 1 : n Trmlale.tb r. 00 3. jo iii4ii.il 111 1 c 11, nracHeii 11 "liier.rf iOJ . Of, firahani.lb. Cal'hati.ef :o AofU'tiurne.aa Diiraati lb I 1J 1 l'tleed rf Zlni'nMii.tb 410 0 ooVrlht3b K.-an e. it: 1 1 0 Kelt) - Knzmann.p 4 00 0 5 OlManninj.p, ti 1 a 01 1 1 1 16 00 l-l 1 : 1 S; ' !J .(1 1 jo' 40: 0 40 Tot&Ia .rt i I -1 1 11' -T....I. 1 .mm, Two out when winning run au made" intention Is to give all promising welters Newark ..700010000 !." 'rial In the hope of developing rapable Toronto o 0 0 1 e 0 0 0 0 1 1 opponent! for Jack Hrllton, the new a-nflce hit Mow. ? a(Tiflee f)r-o" Jjtian .siolni base- Kelly, Decker "i i.r-,iT-u rir.i na-e on nail, un r.nm tun. 1; off ManmiiF t tmi. am-ti- Kir.t hi- on h.tl. net I Knrmaiin .. by Mannlny. 1 Kirt h. 0 - error.-Newark Ifi on be-.ewarl t0'-?."'"- t i,o1pLr,raJ'"r".n".n '"", ,,,nl1 boe. Ttme-t hour and h, minute. Rnala Cven grore- With Rlrrta. nSlT lia'iJimoT'! ntnr noon by a score of 7 to 5 Thorinahlm twtrteil good hall for the lllrds, but the support given him was wretched, sevtti , rntseiies being made. Montreal scored five runs In the tirt Inning on one hit. llrrors did the rest. The score Montreal f. 0 0 0 0 0 1 t 0 'j "a '". H.iilmore t 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 o i 11 5 aiteriee-i;i:we, nnd Madden. Thor - mahlin and M Ami) It li-hmonil 4, stain Itrats nnfTaln. HtciiMOVP. V.i. April :r Itlchinmid won Its third game from IliifTalo this afternoon, the count being ! to t flaw was hit at opportune times, while Jar man wa given .plendid support lloth of the club, scored the'r runs 'n pairs Illchmind tallying In the first, tlth and seventh, while Huffalo counted in the llfth and eighth. The score. Itlrhmonrt . t ft ft 0 0 ; ; n x- ; iiunaio, 00002002 0 1 12 0 llatterle. slarm.n anil Reynolds, (law. Ani1ron nnd llatev DEFEAT VIEWED AS GOOD OMEN Columbia) Kaprcts lo Win (Iter 1'iiriHiam Team To-dn. When Coach Andrew J. Coikley thinks his folumhla barebaP team I. due for a hail ilav l,e Inolte. ti.. n.,i 1 1 . ha .4,,:: , "U , .' i. Mrr1.!? the erratic streak out of his charges. . . . .. . ,,,,,, Accordingly, coaklcy feels confident concerning to-diiy'-. game at Fnrdham because of a severe drubbing, i; to 4, his team reccled from the Cubans es-, tenhi The Cubans had a "new twlilrr, .1. Mudor, who pitched tine baseball , Jim O'Neale. captain nf last .xoar'.s nine, 1 opposed the new Cuban star. When , f oakle put In F.dillc Shea, one of his I 1 one early and often regulars, uie t unans iangcil his fast , The score: ,, ., Hinr. ft 0 ft ft 5 0 n 1 3 10 3 t nliimbla 00012010 0-- 4 il ti llatteriee Mudor. linimate.. Il.lle.tern. and Turn-., O'Neale, bhsa and Chile. NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. The Yankees dropped to third nlace. .1 hut made a hitler tight before conceding defent. I Hetween them, (he Olants nnd Yankees have played rour extra Inning games at the Polo Orounds this season three by the Yanks, one by the (Hunts nnd lost them all. As a pinch hitter for Keating in the eleventh Inning. Mullen stood there gracefully and was called out on strikes, The Yankees are experiencing a spell nf the cleanest tort of fielding. They haven't made an error In their last five games, and thev'xo done glittering fielding as well throughout this un - marred stretch 1 naving won tneir last three games, 1 the llrooklxn are feeling their oats, ' and expect nothing less than to clean ' up the (Hants at tlm I'olo Orntuid to. d.i The hitting of tho liodgers has been heavy since their new lease of life u,,. n Ilaker stole second in the third In-, nlng. while Leonard held the hall nm! I slumbered. Lewis Is not a Speaker in centre, but so far he, lias not ml-sed au thing that was will.li. tU l.oUi-,.1. t.f luii.ur. .ffrirt. . t. . i. iiinniiii it i.-ii in Ki, iiiiiii iirsi lt . "J .. . 1 "V . , , " "ii i.rwis iiriu, but llauiitanit would have taken It .n..tiiii. i .i i r... .. .no.. .. 1.1..1. i ,..iV. i... ,i i i j i . w 1 1 1 c 1 1 the outside of the bag, The four American League games es. terilay were all xtoii hj one run margins, a fad which doesn't make thn losers feel any the more resigned, Hester n la-ague Result., Omaha, ! ; Lincoln, 4 Dr. Mnlnsa, I. Sioux CIIV, 0, Wlehlla, 4; St Jn.eph, 3 'lopeka, 7; Denier, , -v inner spnriinr news will lie found na Par 13, Extra Innings FULTON AND REFEREE STOP REICH IN THE Western Aspirant for Championship Crown Scores Victory in First Eastern Bout, but Not in Impressive Style. Fred Fulton won his first New York fight last night when Hill Hrown, the referee at the fltadlum A. C. decided In tho ninth round that Al Helch waa through nnd stopped the bout. Helch was not groggy or In danger of being Injured when Hrown put an end to the proceedings, but both boxers were so fecbln that there seemed to be no object In prolonging thn agony of the crowd, which waa expressing Its disapproval of the affair. The spectators were tired. Fulton was tired and Helch was tired and as Helch seemed to be the weariest of the lot Fulton was the winner. He did not look like a possible champion, however, nt any stage of the struggle. When the men entered the ring It was announced that Fulton weighed "17 and Helch Silt,. Itolch'a only chance came 1 4Kin ,ii nit uuiati, w oeii iiu mniica it bard right to the Jaw and seemed to lmvo Fulton groggy. Fulton clinched i.uiii nn iii rtn i iritirii itiiu inrii kcH poking away with his left When tho bell rnng the round was about an even break It win the only round In which Helrh did make a showing, however, for .tfle- that It was all Fulton. The West erner kept right on working his left, hardly trying a punch with hjt right. BRIEF NEWS AND NOTES OF THE BOXING ARENA Marceln Peacan del Sar, a sporting en thusiast of Argentina, who nrrlved yea- '"""-V pY Ir" Ppanlsh liner Alfoneo XIII., expects to take back with him to Buenos Ayre, several representative American 1 ... . , 1 1'"1""" lo entertain the people of , Argentina In July, when the centenary the foundation of the republic will be ,k..i url- ,,h H!m ll,rnM Cvelyn. an Australian strong man, who will select the fighters. He said he hail 1 tll'0,000 to pay for good men. He will stop twenty daa at the Waldorf- , Astoria, wnne me sirong man ioohs over the talent here. The Tommy Maloney-KId Alberts bout to-night will be tlie first in a welterweight elimination series planned for the Stadium A. C. Billy Gibson's champion. To-night's seml-Mal will TimUlitu Innsll,.- 11.,,. faar an4 tl u .Hi... iiariie. 1 , The offer of Domlnlck Tortorlch. New 'Vienna promoter, for a liout between j r4ck(.y MpKaranrt anr1 Jack llrltton. in-rii mi irn. itii, . v inn tin unci cu I'acky $12,rf0 and Inteirletl to pny Hrlt- ?.. '":"'. jr:h bout If llrltton wtints tn box for nothing he can cause the match lo be closed by Just saying no. If he wants anything for his end he will have to I persuade the promoter to boost the bid. ' Penny McCoy of Halttmore and Pal Moore of Memphis have been rematched 1 for a bout nt the Pioneer Snorting Club' : 011 Monday night. A rumor was going the rounds venter day that tho Kid Lewls-MIke Olbbone battle s-'heiluled for May 1 S In Madlsun Square tjarden will be called off because Lewis lust lo Jack llrltton In New Orleans nit Monday Since Jimmy Johrut ton, who is the matth maker at the Harden, was not In town, the report could not be verified or disproved. Jimmy seconded Lewis In the Rritton af- fair and will nnt be back here, until to 't night or to-morrow. An offer has been made tn Mike C!lb-bo-is to Ikix Jeff Smith at the Stadium A f In the near future, any day Mlk will select. Smith has accepted terms, and its up to tllbbona to name his. Oeorge Chip, former middleweight cham pion, may appear at the same cluh soon against Silent Martin, the Brook lyn mute. The bouts there to-morrow night will bring together a pair of wel u-rn i-ikiiis. iviu rtioert.i 01 r.uzauetn "-' 'r'- side. terweights. Kid Alberts of KlUabeth A .... iiadourt. the t'rench champion. now In our midst, will face the winner later on, Mian Murray, the Hnston promoter. Is trying to match Vie Mnran, the Southern lightweight sensation, with Charllt) White of Chicago. OTHER BOUTS LAST NIGHT. I Jimmy Heagsn of California made his i-i.istcrn nenut at tne vatiderbllt Athletic 1 f tun aim neut narr Pierce nf South llrooklyn even in ten round. Willie leingford saw no reason why he should go on with Nero Chink In their scheduled bout at the Harlem Sporting Club after looking the houso over. Young laowrey was substituted and Inst by a small margin. In the semi-final Hattllng dans won on point from Hattllng Mar shall. GEORGETOWN BLANKS W. VA. M.'fftrthi, Centre- Fielder, Pitches anil Allow a Only Four lilts. Wahiiinoton, April 2, denigetown scored Its flrst shutout of the season to- j day when It defeated the I'nlverslty nf 1 West Virginia team. I tn 0, Coach I O'llelllev sent Capt. McCarthy, the big 1 ceiilrcllelder, tn the mound and he struck I ut st-xen. lilt one hatter and allowed only four scattered hits, Huffman, who pitched for the Morgantown team, gae only five hits, but they were bunched The score . n 11. 1: peorgjinwn n 2 1 n o 0 n 1 xa a 1 .vte.i Virginia. ,0.0 o o 11 0 o o n o a a llalteries McCarthy Mint I'ltrr. llntfitiuii I nnii 1 uorr 1 inpirc 1 oinnnwer. I InlrrlMirnnnhs Open Senaon Tn-tlny. The l!f. season of the Interhoroiigh n.ipid Transit llasehall la-ngu.i wilt ope,, Hl h,,!!,., t2A itu-H a,,,. vn . f'nrtlulinl fek. ut .in ..'.Urw-lr tl.l. "iiiiinii 1 tin toriioon, wn," "", subway dlants will , piay tne far .Snttl.t,, ....I ".I, .. x.-innerH nt tu. tmr. n it...t. " :' ' . ' . . . ' ' I-.......... ..inn, , xx' i 1 1 be rnrnisliett hy the Subway Hand and the llrst hall will be pitched by President Shouts. Southern League Keaulta. Plrminaham, 3 Atlanta, 2, Only game scheduled. Carolina league Reatiltt, Raleigh, i Uraenabero, n. Charlotte, A'hevllle, I (IS Innings). Wlneton.falem, 4; Durham, 3. Texas League Ke.ult.. flraumoni 10, (laltetton, I, San Antonio, 7: Houston, . Waco. 4; Shrareport. 3. fort Worth, ; Dallaa, 1. Brooklyn Defeats Phillies NINTH ROUND mid aa Heidi's guard w.ih none too good many of the blows landed. It soon became evident that Helch was outclassed, for ho was In pretty bad shape. His nose began In bleed In the second round, a little later his left eye began lo close and ho fought tho la 1 three or four rounds with only one eye open und his face bleeding In sevcial place. The crowd was not slow- In booing him and Imploring Fulton to wade In and finish the Job, in tho fourth round letch Hipper, on a corner and nlnist fell, and the crowd thought the kliuckout was ul hand, but Fi'Jton fnoleil thnai. He wasn't ready to knock out Heidi Just then it feemed, and It soon Wii dlscvered that he wasn't li.iij 10 mini s mil iii'iuii ti .in, He may have bten rfeclly willing to do so, but he didn't have the strength tn do so, and when the spectators reallzrd that fact they tiausfciied their shouts of dltappiuviil to Fulton. He at last tried tn bring his right Into play, but vldetitlj- It had betomo atrophied through ,use, for he couldn't hit hard inougli with It to disturb the centre of gravis of the wabbly Helch. Thtn he attempted to do something with the much .ivcrwoi kfd left, but that had done Its lilglll'l Wlllh, Hill Mi ovvri stood It as long as he could ii' il then sent the boeis to their corners and let the crowd, which filled only about two-thirds of the auditorium, go home. THOMPSON'S HORSES BEATEN AT DURLAND'S Capture Only One First Prize Hamilton I 'arm Ani mals Score. .1 Campbell Thompson's Nestlcdown entries, held their heads high, but could prance n-jfTlclent well to take ,1- 1 1. .1 , t, , i uii-iilU'il-ii irir.i I line, II si-coniia. onl one first In the nlas.-es which too Yard tiaeh. fiowd- Won by Law. Show at Hurland s last tHglit. It was I ,ilc jtlle Niim.t Hun- Won by .1. Hell, the third night of the show and the 1 ei. Tnmpklrj- i-nngregniinnai. It, II. attendance showed no falling tiff. 1 I'lekerglll, tinattarh'tl. eecotirt, K. Norem. Iliinillton Fann's pair of Imrs. ... in -'J".v ,l;j.0"','i,V ' ' ""r''' Tln"'' 1 mlnu"" tlas 3. which was for horses over,"' 1'op'o "Yard" Handicap Won bv Arthur 14.i and not cm ceding 15 hands, do. i Flnurnev. St fhrl-iopher's I'tiib. 54 vnrds: feated Thompson's team. IVacock Sen- -,0'1" ,'v,'rlt"- L7ugJ.1i'. I.vceutn. :6 srrts. sitlnn li 111 irn. Prlinr,... who. eeeonil . Mtln.j I.-.lle, l.on; I. land A C . sailon i. m anu I rtmriise or bite- ,rr,ch, trvlr.1. rinie, .minutes la 4 5 aac gate. li. 111.. were the Hamilton Fa am om1, w-lntier-t. Nestledown ftl.17.er. b. g., and .Nestledown Hl.tzes, b. g., .Mr. Thomp, son's preferred entrant--', got M-cond prlie. Mrs. John Oerken's chestnut mare M.iriraret Tate won In the cent for w 1 men's Kiddle horsi-t over 14.2 hands. The horses had to be ownl, driven and Judged by women, and only side saddles weie allowed, Mrs. (Jerken'x mie showed herself nt her heM and llire w.tj, no doubt as to her right to the blue ribbon. Tho polo mounts, divided into light weight and hen welg-,t ehise, at tracted much Interest despite the f.n-t that the Judgta were limited to observ ing manners and handlneis. It, S. dross rran's entries, Velle. b, g . and Comet, b. tn , rerelxnl first and .sound nrlzes re.nectlvelv. rue summaries: 'me .id t-nnie. lileler eaildle not e- edln 13 bonds, .IrHi-n lo children - on i t- iismiiinn rami . b. 111 llmnl ton Hell". Ie.e W Powers-, h s Karl e' .-oiren sour) se.-on,l .ill., ('oletatue Siai nea-sn e 11 111 .i..y. iru-i, mi-. 1 -nutun" Sils IteKHIl . li tu Delicti', tinirth t 1.1.. 3 I-rtlrs Of hor.es I,,,- flier I. . Mini nor etceii llhg 1", tIMII.U -Won hv lllim I'lnn Karjir. b. m P-u.-oi u sensntlon snd li m primrose nf hltei.-te. ,1 '.. 1 1 1 1 I - J 1 I Thori,eii s ti t Nest'-ilimn lllarer and ii. K .-vesnetlow tl mazes, se-'ond, Jehli I. Hu.nnen . ti in "itpri liirl mid h iii. liii.-v Mtild, thlrtt. A, Atklneen s ,-h. tn Maud Multer and eh c Meteor, inurih. ('l"" l Mngle Imrnes. pnnle. evree,. I leg 1 2 but not over 11 2 timid. -nn hy II million rorm-s b. g lUtnllteti r.mc. Itamlltnu Psrin'. It 111 lliliulllen trie, je I end. tlalev.in larm's b m I'anlertnirv Dt.liam., third. Ml.. Muriel Wlrgin's br m nrnwnenila, fourth ci.s. i.adle- .addle hor.es. over 1 1. 2 hand., 10 be owned women- Won bv Mrs Margaret Tale, se, ' I "iiu Jlincri ,y John II kenS eh Ml md. Mlsa .lo.e,ihln H.xnolde. eti a- Suprem. third. Mr- Ir.t M vir.ceni s .Muirenr. en l'trlv Morn. fourth. Mis. Alice A La dv McDonald Pod. worth's til. in. lady', nhtoti. tn lie driven 1.1 11 1.1, lv in .1' resuiiiii iti isni s pn.emn - Woo i,v .lotm 1, Huslllieli a b g The tioerno ee, olid. .1 I'nmpbell Thompson b 111. Ni'tll 1nw 11 , Aemore , inir.l ll.lllll.lon laim. br. Ill IMreno fourth. A Wstton Treasure W AtMnsutis eh. iii Class 3-, -Po.n niriiinis 1.1 he judged on tnnmiers nnd han'tliie.. llirhtwetgiit i-It.. Wen b II S t Iros-miin's b s. I'eMe Seeend, II S I i roestna n'e b tn Comet, third, .la. k llenlev ,-h ni Mntllda fonrili Mau-lce ilo.idinnn'. ch g Him Dam Cla.. 3 I'olo mounts (o be tudged on manner, and handlnc-., hrnwa eight class -Won bv Miss Vera I'orne', . cr g siter Mnx, second II S Crossui.ui-. ,h g. Warrior, third, 1 Soil f rex I'ree.-e s gi- g Sweet IVIIllani fourth II S t 'rns.mair hr. m tlutterflv C!at. 'fi-Sadd'e hor.es. oxer 1 '. 2. 3 xear. and fixer Won to 1 II. fvlwute.'. br. g Hrnwnle: second. John A. Hart ford', b tn Co. sip third. A W lkln .on, eh m Sun Datu-e. foui .h. Samuel 1. tiax I. a li 111 laicx .la k C!h. 14 Tandem. 1". 1 tnd oxer XVoit bx W Atkinson, eh in Walton Treasure and ch k Supreme Px'tintus, second, tl P Plnnegairt. cli g The lien eiat anil i'h g. The Colonel, ttur.t .Inlni I. tlushneli s b. g. The (lovernor and b. c The Print e Class 27 Ltdte.' stdille horse, under 'R; ladies- to ride on . de sitddle -X'on b Mrs Josephine Hexuo'.lbe ill g Supreme, eecond, lohn Mill llow inan'. b in lite. Wtnge. third. N' C Kings ex'.. , Il g lllegant. fourth. Mrs A .1 l.lnd sax '. eh 111 Nani x Hrlnlit Ctns. ; IfiK e llartles. hor.ee exceed ing 1R.3--Wnu by .1 I'amiihcll riioiiin.oir. I br g Nestledown ttoh Ilex sr. olid. J. Canipbtll Thonpynn-. br. g. Nest, e. town t'ham-ellnr. third tieorge Watsen'a h g. Storni King cins. 32 Charger. IS lo ic bund. high, undecked Won lo iiuenoke Kami', b k Mnnlr ee, 0111I I, lent ,1 Hue. S. Lirkli, . ill g Tom o -lianlei . ihir.t Capl T flam Miaiiloii . In g Itat-on. fourlh. Siiunilron x Caxa'rv s ,h g Adjutant Class 1 I'ur 1 41 i.l finite 10 be shown be fore a , o.o h 01 dturf. xxlleeler. must be IS.' or nxer--Wnit b John Ixelloe. tllil .tartel Itoatl Hint Una I 111 llntrlra. A four mile tiatidlcip road race mulct the .impicoe of the Catholic Uhletl, League will he run lo-motrnx iifternnnn. sti.rtllig al the Si Vincent I-'crrei- A f ., 11" llaii S!.'.y fifth "lee.it Most nf the coiirc Is In Central Park Among tho, 110 entrants are 'I Ian y Mciiiun, i'lnn I, -m de Slcfiino, Mike folllns anil Tied Heller. x-tintlt I'nrnllitn Lttaea, ' l.i'iiv-iiTni' Yn . Ann! 2s f'nlx-eei-ai. of South Carol-n.i went down tn defeat before the Wtishlnrrtnn and ie team to-day hy a seme of 11 lo 2 A beautiful triple play hx W. and L. was the feature j of the game American s.in lallnii ID-.iilla, Mlnncatiolls, 4 Toledo, I Collltubllr, 2, St. Taut, 0 IndUnanoiL, 4, Milwaukee, 3 Louisville, 3, k'llllUt Cllv I Pacltle Coast League He. nil.. Sin I'ranei.co. 2 Suit Lake, 1 lata Angeles, j Oakland, 4 DREW MAKES NEW RECORD AT 90 YARDS Negro Runs Distance in Nine Seconds n( Smart Set A. C. (fumes. EMjER REST IN IH RDLES Howard P. Drew, the great negro run ner of thn University of Southern Cali fornia, established a new record last nlRht nt the Smart Set A. C. games at the Thirteenth Heglmenl Armory. He defeated a smalt but select field of 1 )n a 90 yiiriI ,,.,,, , .... . . " Prccnlrntr.l time of ! seconds. Thlg clipped one-fifth of a second from tha , 0,j mnrk, hung up by Drew In thla i;lty wn(e Drew went to the front after tn yards hud been run and retained the lead to the tape, where he was a yard and a half ahead of Frank L. Stephen son of tho Trinity Club of llrooklyn. Hoy F, Morse, the llronx negro, who holds tho national championship title fur 'J:u yards, lluishrd third, and Irving P. Home of the lloston Y. M. C. A. was fourth. John .1. Ullct'i the veteran prlnler and hutdler of tlie ne!i American Athletic Club, also cst.ib;.. heil ,1 new mark. He won tlie Ti sunl u hurdle race In !i n-i seconds. The former marl; for this event was ! seeonilei, Howard M. Martin of Harva-'il finished irecond and 1 A, 1' Kngels, unattached, wna third. xijriKii losinonii 01 1110 university 01 Chicago did not start In the Taylor memorial quarter mllo run, which waa carded as the feature event. Hie ran In tho Perm relay carnival and was unable to compete at this meet, Several other stars who were entered did foot start and the 5,000 persons present war greatly disappointed. However, three runner- did appear, Jrviiur Howe, who lliilsliiid last In thn !' yard special, fln- , Ished first in III, a race. He led from ! start to finish niid at the end was two I .wu'Ih nhe.ul of Homer U.iker, unat j ladled. HuJ .f.tiisn was third. The wtior run ine instance in gooa time, 51 1-6 eceonds. The Mimriurics i 0 100 liird Nnvlre Haeh -Won hy A. Kerfe. fiiten setlleinent . C Sim. inond, C A. M t: A. A., eecnud. II, llranch. I ,,n,! llandb ip Walk Won bv t. A. SlHffllii-1. I.roiix rh-ir, li House. I., .se. onils, J 1 Aion-on Ph-iIih. a C1 . 30 see end., aeeonrl. W .Plain Plant Long I. land A. ', r. secetnl., tliirit Time, mlnutea 10 2-5 eet-nnilr 22" Yard HiiniHeap Itun Won hy K. Ilakeil, Long tslanil ( ', yards, L. .1. Mi ay. unattached. iarde, second: II. A Arrlna-ien. St rhrl.tonner'. 'lub. 7k Rrile. thlr.l. Time. 34 2-T. eeennds. 90 Yard Special ttace--. .Won by Howard P Drew, I'nlxer.ltt of Southern Cali fornia. Crank I. teiihenson. T'lnltv duS. eeeond, Uov 1' Morse, Salem-Cr.eenl . ''. third Time, a "rron,1e A new wnrw. record :-. Vanl lliiri- Won hy .la.-k .1, r;!r. lrl-h American A r Harry M. MarMn Howar-I Cnlver.li . -"fend, Arthur V Cnglee, unattached, third. Time, 3 3.5 ti-cond.. Ttiree Ml rtlewle Hare- Vt on hV tawrenr. ilaffney. Krnplre i-iy Wheelman. "V tifton Kinplre Ctv whee men. second. .1 i. -Ilea. Umpire flty Wheelmen, third. Time, 7 mirutce 31 :i-S eeionds. line Mile lland'eari llelav Won hv r'ourih Avenue M I; . 47 x.irde. teughlln t.'-eum. 20 ar,f secorid. He'y Cro.s l.v,euni. 3i xardr, third. Time z mlnutea 3." . set on 1e .-p-i la', lti, ,'le II tee at line Mtle 1. on i K-lttle i;,im(1wIii lrlh Ainerli-.tn A f ; l.iwrenc tiaifnex. i:m,it-e -it Wheelmen, seriind, W WrtlMex er, ,-e,uvnr.t Itearl tnent. third Time. 2 mtiiuie. 22 3.3 e- end. fttlttttiblii'a Phi siluntn Kappa WW. a. Phi Sigma Kappa was forced to play an e.tra inning to defeat Zeta Beta T.111 in the IntcrfrHtcrnlty baseball series at Columbia es.terddy. The final score was 11 to 10. As the tournament i . ...... .. , ... , '" """ ru" lnr "' " Hn" I nut" Instead of niund robin, the Phi Slg't. are now tied with the Sigma Nu's -I- i,. SM-ore: , ' I, i. I- I .... . ..... ..... .... a a 1 . i, ,, .ii .... i - s I'hl Mcma Kuppt n i i; i - i a 4 H.tterlei Ho', under an.d Freiidenhelm : Sin there te.t.x. MeNaualil nnd Mann Cinpire. ,uij,Vnn Mn-1 V0I1I-. Tnenl)-tn Pamen In Thla llaitie, f iiAlilaiTrrsvii.i.R, Va.. April 2, -Vlr- , -Inln ilsfemeil flenrirl.1 Ihl. jflnrannn far ,,, . ,,, ,,,,, ..,. ti,. I 1 was 11 tn 7. Kaeh team used two P'tchcrs and among them they gave I ixxenty-txxn bases on halls. The score: n ti v: Virginia . ... I s I 1 ! ) j . I! .1 (ri.rgia . 1 o ft ( ft a ft ; it i 1 ll.ilierles. dlager lllxtx anil White. Kn. ' McX liorter and 1t.ln.on j Lrhleh THniika lelnllx Train. ! Soi'Tlt Hrriltriinxi, Pa . April 2R. i It- defeating Trtnit.x to-Hay. 1.1 to f, j la-high scored 'ts third shutout of the ' sc iMiti and besides winning seven of eight game, placed so f.xr has made a 'total of nlnet) -nine Into This averages i 12 3-h hits a game The score: R II. K. Tnnllv ftftooonooo-0 4 ' l.rhleh 1 0 M o . -II II t Hi terle Ltnitirr Kennedy and Kenny, K Txv -mlilv atid Lre. fnliiniliin 4s, I'ortlhnm Tn-day. i Columbia and l-'ordham xx-lll play lo , day on I'oiilh.iin l-'ield In the Hist of a I two game ban-ball M iles. In the con Ite.ta during the last three years each i tea in has xxon the inline played on Un home dlamn.nl. Joe Martin will pmbibly pitch fnr the ' M.iroou nine ntul llcotgc Smith for Co lumbia. Intel Nine Pln.xs nrl limore. The New- York I'n'i. . h baseball train will plav the Sxi a-1 hniin e College nine th'i. nfteriioon nu ..Inn l-'leld. .'.rich Kellogg tif llie Violet team e i pei ih a tdi.sn game tl.ighlooni will probthlj I n Dm mound and l'reltag will continue In tight Held There Is a po-.slliilitx of Council being reinstated at third base. Western As.nrii.llon l.esulls. Cor. Smith. '. Tiilsn 4 P. II Is. : I .k'.llinm.i l ll . l'enl.on. 7 ' Mllki'B.-e, 4. Micrm.lll. I. M A. ester, I Mrnlnlit league Itetulla, p.oe' snurg. Norfolk. ' It Port.tii"llt ti Neupori Jieixs. o k Moon , llupewe.- 1 South Atlantic la'sgue HeaiilU, J.H-k.onx i"e t.. i o'uiiita 5 fharle.ton Aumisia, '( Mnntgomerx . i( M.oon, 1 Columv,u.s. A'biu.x, 1 I Prospeet Park Dnhall. p " tin . pan." Pro.pirt Parks. ',; Windsors. J i.W.iVr-'' MANHATTAN iMi.ltinej xa, 4,1 licit. Medar x., Ilarllex Atiin.Mii' IteVd r.Ve. l A $1 '.n lloiet 2 -s .-. .... . ...Xt.... I , .