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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916.
8 Giants Can't Get Away From Losing Streak, So Mathewson Has Hard Luck-Yanfees Lose Pitchers ' Battk FORDHAM IS VICTOR IN TEN INNING GAME MATTY PITCHES TEN FULL INNINGS AND THEN LOSES Old Muster, in First Kffort nt, Come Hack, Loses hy 7 to t. IS ITU 1 1,1. FKMIT KOK flit EAT BASKHAM, IDOL DUTCH LEONARD ALLOWS YANKEES ONLY TWO HITS His Fine Pitching Backed up by Errorless Game by Teammates Enables Red Sox to Win, 3 to 0 Caldwell Twirls Good Ball. Hail habit, like evil companions, are often mighty hard to shake. The (Hants seem to have contracted the unhappy : faculty, this season, of booting away) extra Inning panic?. They lost the fifth 1 one or me season te ent thoroughness. jcsieruay auernoou in neoi m- n nn r. , ,v M ... Hoston, At.us., May 4. Dutch I.eon anl hehl the Yankees, to two hlt. this afternoon, two rattcrcil hltn. and his team mates played behind him without an error. Consequently the Yankees did not have much chance to beat the Hod Sox. The, score was .1 to 0. The play ing of the Yankees was perfunctory, but they were reduced to thnt condition by tlielr Inability to hit. loonard did not uueoer any of the licnnhall stuff which he used In New York, but by attend ing strictly to his knitting he turned the Yankee batters back with consist- Ttoblltzoll at third, hut Lowls anil (lard ner made u double steal. Thl larccnlous brother act was more Caldwell' fault than Nunnmalcer's, As It was launched Caldwell sent In a high pitch which was hard to handle. Hnrry'n single scored Lewis Another double steal was con coded. Nunamaker threw to DELL AND DODGERS SHUT OUT PHILLIES Brooklyn Twirler's First Start of Season Wesults in Score of il to 0. CHAMPIONS PAXOKHOrS Wheezer Dell's first start of the sea son was a shutout victory over the. linker I champion I'hllllcH at Kbbets Field yes- nnd (Sardner was ir.nined between third orday afternoon, which Inn eased the . . 11 ........ it...inA.u' i-...t i nnu nonie ; tnai is, trnppeu until . am- scrappy llraves. The si ore was to t, t nd the wreck came In the tenth Inning. I Not even the grand Old Master, Christ v Mathewson. could lead the lost tribe of MiUrnw out of the wilderness of ' lnt oppoitunlty Matty pitched the full ; ten Hilling anil, on tne vvnuie. pucncu with a pintnlse of happier fate when the summer lv.it ftuther permeates his gallant bones. His Six was not the steam roller of old. It is title. Yet he otltgaiued and oiitnianii'tivred Lefty I told of the New- York squad felt first baso henrath their feet and only one man advanced as fai ns second base. That honor fell to I'ecklnp.iugh, who hammered his way t to this remote point with a two bagger. Third base might as well have been on i the other side of the world for the j Yankees. They never did get that far ' away from the starting Klnt. I Caldwell had been saved up for this setto and he pitched a fairly good game, huA nothing approaching the airtight l.vior. Hie ensnne.i snuinp.in . m uwn' qunllty produced bv the Hoston left , hauiler. Mil,- Mist lie kept the hits sl Innings and scattered In wan taliped V. I brlkly In the last two. The Yanks well dropped the hall while tagging him at the plate. The score; NKW YOHK (A I.) IIOSTOX (A I. nti r li p a e, ah r h p a e MnlM-l.rl inn 1 Ofij H'hril(nn.lt 101 f. 0(1 (llllioolcy.rf 4 00 s 0..l,intrin.s .10 2 o 30 3 oonioniKT.ri tn 3 0 0 H'liit7rll.1b 408 9 no ill r, n ii 3 1" 1 3 0 3 15 3 1 0 3 0 (l 1 In .". ) t 1 10 Macee.lf llaker.Sli (le-lenii.Lli sort 3 0o j o o .1 o .1 o nh. 3 0 1 Nun m'k'r.c .1 o I Caldwell p, 3 00 Dodgers' lead In the pennant race an.l shoved the losi rs down below Hoston Into third place. The score was 2 to 0, both Hrooklyn runs coming In the fifth Inning, when a double by Mowrey an.l sacrifice by ('utshavv were followed by two errors HARVARD PITCHER BAFFLES VIRGINIA Wilmont Whitney Shows Fine Form, Allowing Southerners Only Two Hits. HLXKY'S W1LPXESS HUM'S CRIMSON WIN BY TO 0 College llfhall llcsiitta. , r.tnthniii, t; t'enu Stole, 0, Harvard, ii Virginia, 0. Dartmouth, 3i (leorgetnun. 0 Navy, 4. Nnrlh Carolina Aggl, 5 Uti'iuesne, 3; V nnd .1 . S. Worcester Tech !i Mile". 3 !irnru, 3; MCtils in, 0 t'atlinllc t'nliin. 3. i'itnn I'dl.exs, 0 Slirlngtlelil V M i' A., IS; Vermont, I'Uip.lli P u'p nh. 4 3c.pVnls.cf 1 l.iirtrdner.Ci 1 lll.in :h - . o LarriE.iu.e 0 4 l'tonarl.p Total" ,M0::ilJ3! Total 3 ? ITT IJ o ' New York o o o o o A o o o-ji llo-ton . Kt00OO0.'X3' Klrl li.ie on error Hostnn. 1 1-rlt on ha.es- New Yolk. .1, Hoston, rirt li.ic on ' hills-tiff Caldwell I. olf (.eonni I, . SlrmU nul - Hy Callwll 1; li l.cori..rit, J Two lnte lilt Perlunpauch, .laiivrm. Micrltlre hit. I l.ewl. (tnnlner. Carru.in Molen harp I ((.miner l.iiit,le plays IliUer. Jlllip i an.l lVcklmmucli.- I'lvklno.iuuh and luker. ' l'.1ved li.lll -Nuiuinake r lilt by lutclu r Tim I.ille.l mem her i,t til A llrnnlilvll CAMIlMlHlK, MlISS , .MaV 4 ll.in.H'l pitching staff had a man's sized Job on 1 continued lt winning streak to-day, de bis IihiiiIh for a while. C.eorge McQull-1 fe.itlng Cnleislly of Vlrglma. Ii to n. j;iey, wno iiiu-neo iot hi'- ll.'le, game mm iiineiy nns Results of Yesterday's Games in the Two Big Leagues and Standing of the Clubs AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterdn)'s Keiill. Ilnlnn, 3: New York, o, WnnhliiKlon. r. Phil idelplila, 1. l'leel,iliil, '2, rhlrilgo. 0 HI. l.ouK T. l)elr.,lt, C, (13 Innlng'i DKTAII.Ill) STANIHNII Of TIIH C'l.fllS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. CLUBS. Waahlnrlon. 'Clersland.. Boil on.. .New'York. Stalling-, who Is but a stilpllng In com imfl'iui lo Chrlt in point of service, The (Hauls knocked l.efl Tyler out the bov in the ninth Inning Thai Is (tr(np'loo nmn balls nlong the o erh.-.id ! more loan iuisioii cuo ir.. . ,...... , i. iron , esomi'. Thev i t I if , several llv C.ililKrll ijanrin, llanyl Earned run Off Calilvirll. ? rmpire in Mvlef Cnnnollv Field uniinri Oweiif Tune of Mtnr-l hour anl t" inlniiir NOTES OF THE YANKEES. iigalnst .Malty, even though they got a four mil lead l hatting clear around In the or llrst inning. This was in uphill fight for New York's greatest ba-eball Idol, a valiant tru-'glc which ultimately was not de cided mrlrtlv on merit. Six thousand hearts were breaking when In the tenth Hoston tl) balls fourteen times, 1. in nllowcd the home team only one, hit In the first four Innings a double by Wheat In the second. During this time the I'hllllcH made thren dangerous bids to score to one by Hrooklyn Then Mc Quillan weakened a little, his support weakened more nnd his chances to rec ord a victory became nil, encouraged by the two run lead. Deb took a hitch In his belt and aided by grand support held the Quakers lo one lone single thereafter. It would hardly he fair to the rel of the team lo say Dell shut out the l'hillles and held them to three hits- more fitting j to say the Dodgers did that. One In ' Held play and four by the Hrooklyn out ' fielders weie of the sensational soit. I Daubert, Mowiey, Wheat and My:rs Detroit.. .... Chliajo 91. I.OIllK... PhTlaiieTphla lOamta lot: , . ti.. ' ueri flie elriMl tierfiirmers. of these being sharp liners but not dllll- ,.,,".. L'.' , -,,., ,,,,,, ..,;. f ! Whltted did the only spectacu.ar worlt ..',4 io opponents' .S2ii, but the. r clout-! "f ll,e day by any focmaii when lie lug average suffered this afternoon, 1 nn,i" 11 sideways dive tor Daulicrt's fly III llic lirsi Hilling. 1 Ills .IIIO.' lumini lied Smith p.ilteied oer the plate with , ,',niewh'at lethargic crowd, except cult chancen for the receivers thereof Thlttetn of the lied So MiccumU'd on hoists to the ethereal, but the lied !-"ox sandwiched In a respectable number of base lilts. It was a featureless tilt, particularly befoie a good sized but one iwst who sat directly behind the Plate and yelbd raucouly In the behalf of the i Hed Sov. ! The Yankees did not dig up a hit until I the third Inning, when with none out j Nunamaker flattened one of Leonard's j lllngs for n lln single to left. All ho, got out of the hit was an Incieasol hat ting nverage and a little cxerele, for after Caldwell had soared to Hooper Nunamaker was forced liv Muled fine of the run off Caldwell had Its origin In the hitting of a batter. Thin was In the second Inning Harry was the man hit Carrhtnn sacrificed this Is a the run that rpelled delcat for Matty on his llrst attempt at a comeback j til Hoollnu for MnllJ. , Every man. woman and child out side the lioston bench wa rooting all afternoon for Christy and the Giants to retriexe their orr "tart Slowly, but urclv, the (iiants cut down Huston's lead until llrst up In the ninth, Kred Merhle drove a wicked, low liner far Into th left Held hlea her for a home run that lied the store Hedlam reigned then nnd held 'ay until Henn Knurf" muff of an easy tl opened the gale to the llraves in the next inning. Milan of action worked extensively by th HostoiV four runs In the first tuning Tied Sox. So long ns the batting ! even were earned Six hits fell In this section 'they depend a ureal deal on the sacrifice. live singles on the heels of Maran-iThe scheme worked this time Leonard vllle's triple. The hitting was nnythliw 1 cleaved the Infield with a single and Taut clean, har two of the blows, l-'our brought Harry home. of the weakest, puniest. sciali-hlet Ill's Kiom that on until the eighth Inning that one could linagln.. figured quite as the Hed Sox dldn t disfigure Caldwell's prominently In the uin making an the pitching to nny materlnl extent. They legitimate cracks, .lohiuiv Hvors got his made a single and a double in the sex enth single, a puny roller to Merkle. because i inning, but with two out, and Tlooper waa no one coered flrct base Mathewson i thrown out by lie-leou. rofslbly should have covered, though the llohlltzell and Lewis pounded Slim for fault lay more at Doyle's dour. If Kvers ' singles In the eighth. Cardner forced had been got out of the way It Is I doubtful If one of the four runs that - ---------- followed immediately could haxo Reared. As matteiM stood the illants barely missed a triple play on the third butler. Collins. He hit sharply to 1'letcher, who threw to Do.Mc, for ing Kvers, The Trojan obstructed Dole's view momen tarily so that Larry's relay to Merkle lost a fraction of n rvcoud. Collins Is very fast. Kason ruled that h" beat the throw to third. Meanwhile Maranvllle was legging it home, MerkleV peg to Rarlden was Just an Inch too late. A foot more leeway for Merkle would have assured a triple killing. Instead only Evers was out. IVIIholl Off Ills Million. Caldwell hurt his back bnltlnw fungoes I. .niiaiic.pn.a M'sicruay it wa- warm ., ,,.,, , r , fotll )llle , thc J ' i "" '" n- omn t .-cm in ne nm ,, , ,.,,. Uv mlt nnd botliered intich If any by the mishap. ,, f.ltlll(., ,ho n,B,ty Cravath. SiibMltutrs on the Hoston bench were After Ludeius upencd the second with too obstieperous in tlieir gab and were n double, Djubclt saved the da with rt proved twice by t'mplii- iiwens. 'a startling s.'oon of I'askert's bunt to- Malsel made a nice catch off 1 ten- , K'thcr w Ith a startling throw lo Mowrey, rlksen in the llrst timing. He backed "'"1 the hitter's vt, tiling work In i slap .. t i . ..I,., . nttitr the l,a I on Ludcni". Whltted ,V t.'HH ,,, ,1,1111 ,i i Hie ifiid i - ... ., 'smash. Later Magec went to the edge , 1r;u',,'' . "T"'"1 n" "'.'i ... ,ot the teriac for a whopping dr.xe. aXU JrjTZ Leonard siru l out only two men, . fIft, llln,K HJs s,,f,. and lie got 'one of whom was Hake-. Heckliipniigh tll tori n Mcijuillan's out, but no was the otlie'. The so!ur I'eil Sock j fnrtlier ho fanned w is Hooper ' s another 'Maker got on iint.l ' There was flight base limning h llain rofl opcr.'d the nli.i h w .th a scratch L.wl.s In the sixth Inning He turmd hit to Daubert lb Mei. who had i second while linker was shooting Car- made one fnii'.v ..itch in the fifth. denei s sacrifice lo first and a qulcs. I made two more In tills Inning and Wheat I Ihng. I'ip;i to IVck, nipped him before ""'. lch the fan" lioim- happy. ' he could cet li.uk 1 lf ''rawtth's welt had gone through , , , ' Mvcrs It would have reached the llag- . The lankeej are down to twenty. .. m.lU , ,1)ll.r ,, tylnK .seven men. They have until the l.ith of .,.,,. me niiinin io leiint-e ine sfuau in iweu wild earlr in th In the first and second Innings by Heal and Harte each sent In two runners who had been proWdeil with baes on balls. The Crimson run In the eighth, how ever, was earned on n lilt by Abbot, who stole second nnd seined on a line dnv to right Meld In Dick Harte. Thro weeks ago tin) teams p!aed a twelve Inning 2 to I tie giuin at Char!olte.s llle , This afternoon W'dmot Whitney idtchcd I a beautiful game fi.r llnivard l-'or the llrst seven iimlngii only two visitors! reached Hist base. They received gifts,; hut neither ndvancfd In the eighth Mor ton and Smith led ofl with hll", all Vlt glnla got In the game, hut Whitney tight ened nil and fanned two of the next three batters. Whitney fanned llftecn men Harvnrd in.ido only live hits again"! i Hixey, a brotlict- of the l'lilladelphla ; team's pltchei, who drove the ball out j hard mid often, but straight Into tli.'i hands of the fielders l-c pt lor wild throws by the Vlrgiii'a batieiy both team plaed eiroihss ball The scoleij VlltniNIA I iiai;auii al ; roiin s I00ij! Ill1 YesterilH.r's Hrsiilta, l(.ilnn. 7; New Vnrk, B (10 Innlng'l, llrnoklyn, '-. l'lilladelphla, 0. I'lllliiirp. 4 , Chicago, 2. Cincinnati, 4: M liul, 2. IIKTAII.KI) STANHINH OF TIIK Cf.mjl. CUIBS. an; nil ..Mill .MKl' -Vlll ..Mil n. .-fin Hrooklyn., notion PhliaTflnhla. Cincinnati . tChleaco Ml i.oun Il'itlthurr, .. Nrw York. i I i , C i I j I f 1 2 5 f 5 a a i. s u n. s, v, c - " " J ." " " 4 4 ) 1 3 H ft 4 7. . . . . 4 fl 41 """" ) l in ""135., M 7 . . 2 i 3 ,. H ft .313. 7 0 ol Ji Tt 4 -. o : o ii .w rlledllle. N'e- York III Itn-l.Mi W,iFhliiKtnn In I'hll tdr iphla I le. land ill ' III, Ig i St Ioul In tie rub Oaniea lot 1o-dn'a Schedule. Ilitien In New York, l'lilladelphla In llrnoklin. i lilcagM In I'lllaburg. I'lnrliiiutl In St I."ul. ,11071 HI.1 ,4.1S! .1.14 " i BRONCOS RACE ROUND THE BASES TEN TIMES TlMMH'.V's lllllilllis' TllllH'll Arc riinlili' to .MiiKp Ciri'iiit Oiici'. .Hid ah r h p a e Merkeley,-. l i o Mearii.i f . I 'io .1 Whll-.ll c 4 00 Th'ni.m.tli 10" Mieknev :ib M nrinn..'b Slllll.'f Swalb . e ltle n C White If . 0 i) JO 1 .1 " I Total Virjini.i Harvard 2S 0 : III' ' (oolnle,cf II 0 N. I'll. Il. 0 I.Alibot.Jl) . i 'i Harle .' '. Ile.ll.3li .. 1 ' Fnpi..ll i l'orcj If (io Itee.l.f f. l.Whurfj.p 0 e I Tni.il. 1 : all r Ii p a . i 0 "II 4UO ft I J I ;' i. I : 11 10 1 t .0 0 2 - a 1 0 .1 0 ,) 1 : i a o II o i a .1 o II l t : ii o o ') 0 .1 XeslerdnC ttesiilts. ItocheFler. li; Newark. " llaltinmre. ... lornnio ' I'rintder.i-e, r.; Ilutlal'i. I III Hlchliiiiiid.Montrea rm sianding of the I lnt.. W I. IT W 1. IT. Newark I Moinr. ! . i i ' Hi. hitiiniii ... .ii i.iitr.iio . s i I'rovlilen. e ' . niTiirnhln ' lljltimore f. I It.).-h. sier 1 loibl 's -.rhedllle, llilffalo In llaltiiiiine ltri.hcter la Hicliinond ll.ibliiiisloii nnd llnelke; Slslln and lloelks, rirt b.iFe on errors- New.u'k, 1: Ilo.hettr, 1. l,ef! on bae Newark, S: Knehraler, 7. I nipiri s -Fri em.in and Ilanillboe Time 1 hour and ,',o minute. in .11' Cne'i s.i nh.-.' Molrll bl.F H.H e o'l error- Hariard ard. I.. Virginia Kil NVlillMJ. .': off Itlte) nlllttir) ' bv llitet rripp.. Nuh AMwill . I'tl '.Villi mm Firl In-, I b.le .Hi- ( lu. on lia.is nil Struck out It. Hit br pil. her -llj Kixey 'Fripp l'.i..-d bal iSwallmie.T While. U,'. int- li Hive) t'niplre. White and O Koiirke Time of im '.' hour and P.. ininuif- BROWNS WIN IN THIRTEENTH. ty-Ilve. The attendance was cloe to ."..000 Tljls I said to be about twice the at tendance at the Hraxes' game licre yes. lerday, although the weather yestcnlav was mild. I.O.IK but tie fen I Listless Tiller. 7 l.nmr In II, Thr I W lieat reached third In Hie second ,on III" slush- to (,itie. Mnwny's s.c. I rlllce and a wild piuli. but he was out in home on Cutshaw's tan to l'.uicroft j Tiring of go.ise egg-, Mowre doubli'd iiKT.,,T, M,IV . Ht Louis hunehed ,dowii the i ght ti-lil foul line In the llirei, )lt )lo tblrteonth liming to- tlftli 1'iitsnaw sarriuieo. ..ii.n inun- ,j , , ,iefeated t If- T.gers. 7 to rt. pitching and InefTcctHe baiting l'vcrs got Hobertson's Wllholt ci .itched a single to Doxle, a play that would have been apple pic but for'a treacheious Imp at Hie last Instant. Wllholt stiae.l n bit far off his station. Mathewson whipped the hall to Merkle. From a distance it looked as If Krel had the runner by several feei, nut Linpire; , ,no r;antH Mai Katon ruled otheiwlse, -jlr scnre: Jt was cruel in .M.unrwson ninerwise Kauff's reat running catch of Koney'H POLO GROUND GOSSIP. 1 Marring the first Inning Mathewson' gittne was a most creditable one fot a veteran making his first bow of the sen- I son. That llrst Inning should not be I taken too seriously. I'our of the six damaging lilts were of the fluklesl kind. i Too bad Kailff peipetrated his muff right where It wns bound to prove so ( rostly. It took some of the glow- off his wonderful clutch in the first Inning that Mobbed Koneli h of a triple al least. 1 singled to right i fly to "holt right. They swung into the tenth inning, therefore , on even terms. Konetch , popped to Fletcher. Here Mathewson gave his only pas of the afternoon, lie objected violently to two different pitches HIgler ruled were balls. Comp ton's fly would have been easy for either Hums or KaufT They got muddled, somehow KaufT. who finally decided to make the play, muffed the hall. Smith, who had walked, pulled up at second, Ciowdy singled sharply to left nrd. .:,riH. it uonbl hao seemed ffsilhaidv for Smith to trv for the plate against George Hums' well known arm. Thl Lany Dovle. the champion b.itsniitn. was one lime, however, when Hums continues Hie weak link of the upper railed in the i.io. b III" nee wa carry- ! end of Alciiraw's bnttlng mder. l-'lve Ini- erv wild that Mathewson wisely times he furnished Stnlllngs's outfielders Criv alb rf cm down the throw and cut down Comp- iiasy fly chance. A hitting Dole would i l.inleru.l) ton at third. jinnke a wrecking new of Mciiraw's first Hut the bean had been "pilled ungues six men. i iNon bam ' lliereil n HOI one irnvarn .iimi, n f. ' I'nnr It roll tliiougli liltn. scoring .Mowrey land putting the hatter on s coral Han- iroft upbraided Stock for not b'ltlng the i ball go past P. Hie short'tup Then I it wis Stock's turn t" laugh, for th" I miv next pitch was pasted down Han's way by Chief .l.-eis. The shortstop.' ' oti'Venger for a iiiilok (''. tried to I throw before he had the ball and ( 'lson came home. Dell's single lo right put 'the Chief on second, but Mers hit into 1 a double play. Jake Diubert readied third In the sixth and again In Hi" eighth. -acli tune witli two out Cutshiw'H bit wa with men on the bases i-aued Detroit's downfall Croom pitched the last iubt Innings for tin1 Hrown mid was not scored on In the eleventh li ning De troit bad a man mi third with nnbodv Ollt, but llll'-e bailers failed to get the ball out of llle lllllelil A oil" handed tunning nton bv Marsans was the fielding feat in e Tin- "core ST I 0 CIS 'A I.i ' HF.TItOIT i X I.) an r n p a e useless on tile first n's on the sc-ond asion and .Mow- The scoie. shottnn.lf Johnson MillH rf siFler lb I'r lit .1. '1111. Ill order In the tenth BOSTON' IN. L I an r n p a e pmash almost back lo the flower beds Ijiarville . Ml would hae retired the side witli only one Kvers :b .'. o t Hut the trlnle kllllnc- meant only Colllm.lf f. I 2 NEW YOHK (N 1. an r n p a e (inwily.c Tyler p lliiehe ".p r. 0 2 4 1 1 1 oo iS-- . , . l,-.t L...-.I!. lll-l .1,. , .. llll'Jll.l I - J inn sec.lll l liui I.e.. r imii n..ei : I Knnele'r.lh 6 o I bases with a scratch. onipton shot n ,,,(, 3h i;: Blnglft to left that tallleil the two fleet (nniploii.cf r.ot runners Collin and wllholt. Smith scored when Cow-dy pumped one through Fletcher. The (Hants lilrkeil up a run In their half. Hums walked and raced to third on Hobertson's single. Doyle's .long tly to Compton broke the shutout McKeeh llle doubled with only one out In the sec ond. Ilariden fouled weakly nnd Matty fanned. Kotietchy and Smith singled olean with one down In the third. After Compton filed to Knuff Oowdy forced Smith to Doyle Hlngle handed KaufT opened New York's fourth with a hit, hut he was doubled with Merkle after Fletcher tdruck out. Kach side mflde a run In the fifth. For Hoston Wll holt singled to Doyle, with only one out, Konetchy tripled to the fence In dead centre for the run. Ed wtir trapped nnd tun down a moment later when Smith yapped to Fletcher. 2 4 1 nirn If 4 1 : : S 3o!Itnb'rlon.rf ! I 2 2 2 0 0llole,:h 4 0 0 2 I OOlKallff.ef 5 12 .1 r. o l Fletcher 1 Ml Merkle lb .. 4 00 MiKe'lllf.SIl I. 2 0 Itmuen c I OO'ltnunh 0 00 Dooi n.c Mathen'n.p Totals. 14 7 II -VII 2, - I Total s e 12t20 17 I Han for Rariilen In the ninth Intilng tCnllln battid ball HoFlnn r, 1 1 1 4 1 1 II 4 t 2 2 4 0 2 J (i 0 0 A wonderful stop bv Ited Smith killed a hit for KaufT In the tlrst Inning nnd altered Hie entire complexion of the game. Smith wns able to force Itobert son at second on the play. The blow was ticketed foi two bases, good enough lo send Diney hmne from (list. X iN 1. 1 ah r n p a e io.-k,si oo a l i ll Mter -f ll.ill.T0ll 3 0 1 4 4 1, Haulier! It. Wimirillt oo tenceirl . 4 II o i) it iie.n ii 4 0 1 11 ooMorr 3b ,.li,H ft .100 '1 " n 'iitnaa ,-jo Nlehotf:b joo -. molten. llnrne :') -' 1 o'.l Merr c Cooper loo o oo Dell.p Xd.niisc ooo 0 mi .Mi-giill'ii p 2 00 o io Total Idnnd loo o oo Hixey. p ooo o II IlltOOKI.YN iN I.) M.'ir,in cf Ileal Mi llatllev .. 1 " .'. " ii 2 .,0 1 ' "1-17 1114 -. o j :. Niiwaiik. N .' . Mil I -Tommy o 0 0 .i i o o I I.e. i. li s liiiimos. with tli.-ir master driv ing thein Inun tin. b.-ncli Instead of ftolll icntlK field, lie havit g given wnv to M'.lt .Incobsiin, hid on tlielr Pinking iiil'pinelil lo-ilai and T.-nney's Indian" I were unable to do anything w.th them J They began to get nniiily In the third j Inning and after that raced around th" tinsto almost i will. Tiny made ten 'circuits of the pith", while the Hcilimn I were unable to complete th" circuit once i Johnnie Ihizmnun. who started the 'game for the hi. al. sc. m.'d to loe 'his running after the s.cond Inning and was hit haul In the seventh inning, ,with the stole S to 0 against him ami o'l.- out. he was called to the lunch by Manager Tennoy. and Leo witter came in from the outtleld and replaced him , Elmer .acher was sent tt. cover Leo's garden and had scarcrlv got In position I whin he -node one of the best run-' 1 nlng i it. In- -eon on the gtound I .loe lliown .if llie Ctroltni League., who pitchid for the llroticos. w,t ihe 1 stiirrbl.ng block vvlr.li look, the hi, a!' 'chain of vli-lori. s . allowed cght I hits, onlv two of vvh.li came together. I j When liieti were on the b.ihe" h" was' Invincible and he had ureal support. I r np ae'The score; (,,") ;, no IIOCIIK'STEH NF.WAHK rt i t - a a ab r h p a . ,ili r h p a e irin llnncli II lu nnd llrnt lllson. I'noviliKNi'i:, H. I., May I.- The Crays liunchcil hits off (law's delivery In th" eighth round of to-day's game and two runs resulted. These mat kern ga!o the local" thn game, by a . to 4 score. Tliiciip, formerly nf the I'hlllte, twirled a tin., game for the (iravs, allowing but six- lilts and striking out nine. The score ; it ii. n Priivldelie. ... IO0002O2 s-r. ii 1 lluffalo 0 1 1 0 0 o ii '.' 0-- 4 1 Halterl Tin. up and lVaikbiltn. (Jaw and (itiiioiv, and llal.y lit-M Mel Ic llnkr liii.iil for lllrdi. H.vl.TlMonr, Mil, May 4 --llaltlmore defeated Tot onto to-day in Ihe final gnino uf the ferle". 11 to 1 Hilt Morris sette, whom th.' Hints secured from the Athletics veterda.v. look up tlio flinging duties lii the second Inning after Thorn mahleii weakened, and held the Leafs hitles during the remainder of the game. While a trllle linMeadv at time.", good Holding saved him from l'ing s'orcd on lie pr.ii ticilly won his own game ii the second when he banged ollt a double mil i" "ted two men The gam.' was the best td.iy"d here this season and wa cn'ivmed with two brilliant doiil '.- killing". The sioie. n ii H Haltl'ii .ri oiooooiov-i o T.aenfi : II 0 0 0 0 'I (' 0 1 2 2 Hatterles 1 h, rntnalilen. Morrltte and Mr I' i i o.,k tne and Ke.n Poll ii Stnto ruts Ti Oit.,1 FJjrlit, but Is lipiilcii hy Scoi'o of 1 to 0. 't I on. In the only extra inning iniiyeu on i-omnnm ueiii tin vci. nam leentered tho w nnlni: colnt.,., shutting out Hum State josteninv t ten Itililugs and scoring a hum la!'- The visiting team was the liet rti,. Ing ngKiegation teen on ronlhain this season, and -is a lesnlt eleven l r ham plnjers rrmaliud heliles on i. bases. In at least live diirereit n, Mligs star oiitrield work l.illi. H a looked llko sure inn. I Hake, who , proved tho lilot consistent hl'le- ,,n Ma toon nine, did not pla and h' to wns tilled by Cantwell. McUuade, on Hi" mound for tne lt" , collegians, pitched well, fanning a d ? visitor. and allowing a half iln,.. : no two coming In the same liming i pinches h" had the l"ltnr lntlle. by h . junijilng spltbnll delivery Mrdjii Ihe slur for I ni il h.n n, with a pa i drives, Including a double His t, Ing to the basea preventnl n tote., i .. In the extta liming Vlvuii , first safely on Wlierllnv'a ror , started to steal when D. union's (,-., allowed him to be an iiisy out. I. reaching llrst li.ie. On the !!. l, delivered rordliam worked Hie . mil play, and Slianl.ey cra.lod ,. long single to icntre Ib id. Hwii, a line return to the catiher, but Dm, rlid safely ao oss Ihe plale w ii onlv i tin of the game. In th" sixth inning Hall bi'.l.e n play of Hi" vlsitois and mail" a play unassisted, w hen lie raced i aught n blur betote tl reaihfil gtouinl and retuined it to llrst h.v f, tl'.e .seiolld ollt before lnt Vlsilll y r.er could tecov .'r himself. Wrli . leptlou of Daiiiico tin- w tiffi p,i.. errorless ball fur the (list time season, (loth of I 'a ilco's chat,. - v. Inn ii one and Ills winning run , up matteis. The srnie FOMDHAM ' l'KXN srvri an r n p a e .,n ah r b p a e ll v euporl p I 1 I o n 1 0 I joo 30 1 3 I I 2 0 0 3 I I 3 o n 3 0 1 j : 4 2; io oo o a oo o n a o 2 I I r. 1 1 i o Ti.lilli .M.C.ll- ti .Itorinn Crooni.p I I I o o n a 1 ; oo Total. ..4? ' I 1 Yltl.Sh f II I llOll , I . . i... Vea.ll if 1 I Criw for I rf . llfihu in -Ii n . Hiiro 'Ii 3 e Yoil'i. I ' s-n .' 0 ! M. n n IHUrr e "0 lltirpir II " lllll.ll"' p j o F.rn kon p li ins. p 12 3'. 1" .Vlv iwn.ish ICovt Ii skie.p I e o 13 1 . 0 1 11 II n 1 I o : .1 0 .1 I oo 1 : 1 1 ,1 a 0 1 0 0 I II II I o II 0 1 o Farn-11 It Hah Ion "h ,I.T nbs'il ef sloin rf lloelke III sislltl .b X . Vllley larv e llrown.p I 1 r. 3 0 1 .-. I 0 3 0 2111 -. n I I Ml 0 (01 0 110 1 3 0 0 o 1 o Total. 3-.!.i-, ii a (' ible .b 1 it r ill.iliai. ef 0 ) Mil.'lli.lf O" Wilier rf P 0 o -.mi man "b 1 H liiimu.ll. 3 I s,.hrier. 0 ii Ks-.in.c 1 0 nnimami.p - - .irhcr rf i: ' Total n ft a ' MANHATTAN DEFEATED AGAIN. Cnlbcilrill I olleu'f llonblcs rnrf of Hurl, in I olleuliin. The Manhattan College nine met It seeond defeat ,n two davs yesterday, losing to til" Cathedral College team at l.ispei' Oval bv a score of tl to 11, l'ar itll the Cathedral ptt.her, held Man hattan hub -s f ir K'Ven inning. The llarii 'ii collegians ilon made thue dou-bl.-s f..f a maiiv rill." lll.ffe plav.d well, getting three hits, one of which was ii triple Mclaughlin pl.-ijed a good game for the Manhattan nine. The score : C ATI I K I II A I . MANHATTAN ah t h p a e ab r h pa t.-tan' 3b 4 I I i 0 oi.xri.nuc n Sli '. I 0 2 to lllliffe II Xfefllnn.e.. 3H C.intwtll.cf 3 0 0 Sranloil.ef 10" Vlv lino. Sb 20 0 Ii iniii n..li r. 1 1 Ilall.lli 0 2 sli.oikev rf a l Noonail If 0O H.Tns in f 1 o n McViude p 2 0 1 I " : I i o 4 .i n 3 o n I o 1 .' 0 1 I e o M 0 ' I Mnl llason's ruling on the play to catch Wllholt napping off tlrst didn't ooo t 0 o sit very llghll) on tile souls of the (Hants. 3 0 0 2 8 0 i i niiius s single in the nintn wa nil I outrage against Mathewson. Till wa out In the seventh Inning; hit bj" P'' Utile pop fly Hint both Flctrher nun imvie sniesieppeu, i;nrii expected the other lo lake It Such lapses as ., 4 o 0 0 t 1 o o o 17 New-York . 100013001 o o these make the (Hauls appear "bushy. First hae on error Pntnn. 2. New York, 5 ; Left on bae- Hoston New 1 otk, .1 Home I run- Merkle. Tyler Three bae hits Maran- i vllle. Knnelchr To base bit rlFtrher. U Merkle rai ed up against the stand for T.vler's puzzling foul In Hie fourth In-, Keclniie Firt base on balls- Off Tyler, 1; off . mug. Ixoneti ny MathewBon. 1 Struck out-Ily ryler, 3: ny mciit at the expense lliuho, l: hr MathewFoii i, 2 Sacrifice lliea- ,hp elKblh inning. Dojle, Mathewson stolen bae- KoiifIi, , " Double playa-Smlth, Kver and Konetchy: ; Maranvllle, Kver and Konetihy, Mi Krehme Maranvllle raised a nnd Merkle llils-uu Tyler u in ciirni aim . inning ny raking In returned tho lonipll- of .Mathewson In laugh in lb" flist Fletcher's Texas one third InnitiK. off lliisbe. 1 in one anil I 1PaKlll,r f , , , opvi Ighted I wn thirds tnnln.a Umpire in hlef-lliglsr i ... it.-.,.i .i,hu t, .n.i..'. i,...i. .. T.nie 1 timir anil 1(1 i, , ,,. on ii i np imiigci roiiiu gei wiimti arms Field umpire- Kanon minute JIlliriToii' Long Fly Helps. IWcKechnio led off with a single In New York's half and mode third on Itarl den'a single. Matty's long fly to tight ent the run over. Maranvllle miared Burns's smart offering nnd started a fast double play Hint nljnied tho rallv. With one out In the sixth Tyler hooked tall fly Into the right Held atand for home run. It wns fair enough, hut Hobcrtson could have gathered It easily had he had room. He waited a couple nf seconds bv th" paling to fee if the wind wouldn't blow It back Into cntchablo terrltoi y. In this same sixth the (ilants tallied three lime inme nnd got within stilk Ing distance. Itobci l"on got two liases cm Maranvllle'- Nul throw Doyle filed in Collin, hut llenny KaufT singled clean to right for one run. l letclor doubled ceiitic. .smith got .Xlerkle's gtnunder to Konotchv hi lime, bin ihe latter refused to give ni the base line nnd In Hi" ie suiting collision with Merkb muffed the throw I'icil was safe while KaufT seined" l'''eihei' counted when Mc-: Kechuie foried .Merkle at H'cond. Collins heal a bunt In the seventh, but una mil when Wilhnit's clean single lilt him McKechnlo Hun gathered Kimetilo's wicked liner and doubled WllhiiH olT first bise. Willi two out in tho .evcnlli Iliirn and Hobertson singled, (leorgo spi lining to third on Davey's long one sackcr On an attempted double str.-.i .Marat.vllio iUi li,., lino and nipped Hums at the plate, Merkle's piettv low drive Into the left bleacher lied the score In tho ninth. Tyler fiinned McKechlile. Hut lUrl den's Texas leaguer dropped safely lie hind Kver when Johnny Invaded Comp Ion's Held, Si.illlngs (h.iFeil his south paw then ami called upon Tom Hughes, Jarnier Yankee, Housli, running for Ilariden, stole second clean nn a whistle. Alnrnn v llle Simp Hip liny, Hlght here Maranvllle aved the day for the Hinves Hi speared Mutt s Blow hopper and look a gambler's chain e on heading Hnih at third. It was a lieady and magnificent plav, and Hason jtsvr Maranvllle the benefit or Hie doubt The Hlgnlllcaiii e of this play was Hp predated a moment later, when Hums ONE HIT GIVES REDS 3 RUNS. Ther ' length of the ball. ST Tally These In IHulith nnd Ileal Cardinal 4 In V!. IiOttiB, Mo , May 4 With one hit the Hed scored three tuns In the ninth Inning to-day and bent nut the Cardinals, 4 to ". (iioh was out when llerzog walked, Louden grounJed to lloinshy, who followed with a wild throw, putting llerzog on third, Mitchell grounded to Heck, who hit Her.ng cuing home. ller zog scoring, and Wlngo's long Hy to I Kcsrher ncored Louden. Neale's sinvlc to centre counted Mitchell. Ames pitched a tight game all the way, hut his sup. port failed him. The score: ST 101,'lS (N 1,1 CINCINNATI iN 1,1 an r n p a e an r n p a e 4 ii A I 1 0 Neale.ef f. 0 1 1 nil .401 10 1 Kllllfer.lf 401 ll (10 I 4 0 1 4 2 1 Clnme.lt. I 0 1 12 0 .1 400 I ooidrith rf 1 1 1 in 0 o'liroh.Sb 300 fl 2 0 ,20 2 0 4 .' IIeroir, 0 (i oil.iniden,2b o oo'win.o.c o 3 PCIarke.c 0 OOjToney.p !i I oNehiilr.n. (Villi lieu Schuuilti.p I With Hiidnlph, Hughe", Heiilbach, Hames nnd a few oilier in the off ing and only nun winning pitcher, .leff Tesreau, to offset thclil, Ibis setie with j Huston does not strike the (ilants as any flowery bed of ease. I If Hill McKechnie continues to measure lip to eslerday's standard fn- the next couple of weeks the loss of IL.nler will .1101 be severely fell. McKechnie plus nil l W "lllinnis. 'n l.,n t. I.I iii.s- F.,111,,- oii.-oi I'.-e e in I niiiiiiiK a donblo and single lo the cause. ANOTHER GAME FOR JOHNSON. i I Hi her.lf t" ' S'nillli.ef . Helel,!h I .one. i ( Miller.lb. fleek.Sh . Snjder tCnrhan IfiiriiFby.F HVilon (JinizaleF.c Amc. p I o 1 ooo ! 1 1 1 0 o 2n 2 3 0" Total" 31211 I 1 "! n 12 4 0 0 3 0 300 0 3 2 2 2 4 12 2 1 00 2 1 il n r, 2 0 0 0 O II 0 0 110 0 000 0 tlhiii. llilellcs Mi Si'iitlrrrd lilt mini Scimlor Win, , lo I, I'liil.Apixi'ii la. May 4. The Washing- Hattril for He, It in the ninth luiiinr IH'ilte,i for lliirnsby in the niiilh Inulnt. titan for Snjder In Ihe ninth liirtinn lllatted for Siliul. In the ninth Hiniiig (.-Ini'inirill floooiooo.34 Si 1iuls. . o 1 o i o o o 0 (1-2 'Inn hae lilts-unnrales, Heiel, tiaerilicti lill Killefer Stolen bae- Miller. Ilnrnabjr, H.T?na-, l.oiifi'ii Double play lletF and Miller; Wintn and l'hae Pained balls (Inn rilr. 2 lljies on IihIIi. Off Tntiey. 2; off Ame. ( off S'-lnil. 1 struck nut Hy Amen, 1 lo Tnnev bv S.ilill, I, by Si hneider, I empires Hleni aim Kiuilie Time of .-.line - 2 linuiM and r. minutes I'lllldl' Ciiael l.raglle lteia. San Fr'inilsen. 3, D.iktatid, ;'. Sail Lake, 4; Vernon, il J'orlland, 7, l-o Allgele", fi, New Xiirk Male l.enme IIfmiIIi, SiiHtitnii, r,, Wllki-Fliiirre, 4 Albany. 11. I'llea. 4 Hlughiiinliiri, II Hllulra. 3 Troy at Syracii", wet ctniinrli. (.IANTS "lo-dav wllli IIIIsTIIV, ;l , r P. M. I'nlo (irniitnl. Adin fi0c.--!r lln.eliall to. day KIIIIKTH I'IF.I.II, rirnok ln Tt. rhlUdflphia, J;J0 V, M.-.UV. too team, vv 111 aohnsoii o ti-liintr rle. 30 1 featod the Athletics to-ilay by flic score JA(iof f. to 1. The Mackmcn did not score joj'lhtll th" ninth, when Stnmk's tliren o,i bagger, followed by an out, counted the locals' only tally. The Nationals mixed their the lilt off Sheehiin with bases on balls and eriors hy Wilt mid (ilij- Total 3i 1 7 27 13 0 ring. The score WASHINGTON (A 1. 1 PIIH.A .A I, l lib r b p a e, ab r Ii p a e Miieiirr.ri i. i . a uii.niii, Fotrr.3b... f. 2 2 1 I oV:iIh,rf Mllan.rf.,., 4 12 1 0 o.Slruuk.ef . linn, lean if 3 1 2 3 0 o'oidriliir If lUdKe.lb 4 0 I H I 0l,aiile,!b . Morgan..!!. II 0 I 1 .1 0 .MclniiH.lli Ilenry.e, ..300 7 I ol'uk.Sb... Shanks s, 2 0 0 2 I o:schiiii5c , JollllHiili,i. 10 1 I 3 tiSheeh.in.p IVMever 33.-. II 27 II I'Wcaver.p Tnl.il SI "It! 13 3' Hilled for Hum in th" euluh minor milled fur M. (Juil! in in the eiuhlli limine Plot i.l.lttlll I 0 0 0000000 llronklin 0 II 0 o : Firl tn" on rrior l'hiliih Iplua 2; Hrimalwi. 3 tt on b i. I'liilad. Iphl.i HroiiUlin. i Fir-I ba.e mi lull Off llrll I , rt MiOuillan, 1 oft Hixe.v 1 sirin-k nut llv HI1 4. bv M.Ouillan, t Wild pilch MiOmllin llil (HI Mi-ymlian. 4 in .ven limincs D.iuble pi iv Nleh.itf Hanernfi and Lllllelil Three bis,' hll Whltted Two Ki.. hit Liiikrii. Mnvvre.v S,Tifi,e hll Mo rev Otit.lnw stolen bis- l,il.er! Hau lier! t'l'il'ire in chief Uuuley 1 if Id lllll pire H)inn Tim" I hour and II nuniilt PIRATES RALLY IN EIGHTH. Tiles sriirr Tlirer Itiui In Tliln "f. slon mid llcnl Cutis I to '.'. I'lTTSIil'Jtii. I'a , Mav 4. The I "Irate defeated the Cutis heie lo-dav, 4 to a batting rallv In (be eiglilh biinging victory to the locals Chicago scored a inn in the second inning on Zimmerman's double and Aicher's lnge Sihillte' I single and a tiiple bv William scored 'their second mil In Hi" third Inning. ' I'ltlshtirg got a inn in Ihe second Inning, i when Wagner was hit bv a pitched hall, .went to H'linid mi Halid's out al first, land scnied on Knabe's single. In the i eighth lulling tiiple bv Carey ainj I lliiichtnnn, Wagnei's single nnd Knabe'i double seined Ihtee runs The scoio: CHICAGO (N I, I I PITTfilU'ltr, (N I.i I ab r h p a e' ab r h n a e ISehllttelf 4111 Inhn.lnn lb 40 1 7 , Fl.ii'U.rf .3011 t 00 C.-uev If 1113 i Mann . 000 0 0 (I, llarnex ,i f 3 00 2 HI 1 ii oiilincliin n.rf 4 12 2 7.ini'man.3h 4 I I " onwjener.s 421 Sller.lb .30 1 p! no Halrd.3li lliinlan.F . 3 0 0 o r. oiKn.ilie 2b Archer.e 30 1 .1 io Si'hmliil,! Verke 2b 3 0 1 n 2 olt'ooper.p Lav emler.p 30 0 0 5n Total Total ..29211 24 1301 Palled for Flack In the niiilh limine Cbleani ni l il a o n o o 2 I Pittsburg . oi n ooo ii 3i Two bae hits Zimmerman, Archer. Hinrb i man, Knalie Tlliee baFe hll Willlitm. I'arey, llliuhman Double play Siliiiiiill, 1 Waeuer and .lnhnliin; Schmidt und Halrd 1 HaFc on ball Off Cnnper. 3: nff Laveiiilrr. 2 I struck mil- Hy t'onper, o; bv I.nv coder. 1 Mil bv plliher Hy Lavender iWairneri sne. ' nflco hll Imnlan Sloleii b.ie Si-hulle, liar I ney Umpire O'D.iy and lliirrison 'Hme I 1 hour and 4'i minutes I Total '.'il i l Hailed for invcnpnrt ill Ihe (lflli 'lllnns tlllll.il fur M'l'ahe ill Hie nxtli llili.rj It in fir st mice in the niiah inni-itf (llille.1 lev HiU.-t in Ihe iw.lflh urn er rllllls fur lll'l- 111 the I let 111 11 ml !'(.- st liin ,i a .. .1 3 2 I " o .1 . . t H-linil ' ot . 3 0 .. o .1 ,i .i a f. 1i rlllee hit I'll!' Xt.u Hlls l"l,llt s(nen I, .is,. Vol. Xtrtll H'-ll T..O bise llil X 2 1 HfiIiii III -. st m.i.-e .s.iler tea. Three .,. b.ie tut- inituic I'r.HI Yniiu Mrtick out . iii litibii' 1 iii liui J iiy (.ttinin i II.i- on hill Oil liiibn i off hiicl..nt lr off IMlf ' Pit llivilei-kie . lift llavellpml 1 nit ilnmii : lio'.ihle pl.n Jnlitinn and lTitt t'mpire llinlt'lir.ind and O'l.ounhllli Time of . inn J hniirs and it mimii. - Roiheter " o Newark ' si. -rill' e b-l s f, ,n i rifn-e 111 llnnti si llnelke. Pi lib I'.' n M hll M A'l'ti ' l 1 I- i.e let Farre F -i K jnnnii If Hron Verm inn Ills lllf t.r one third Ii I til. I 'f W III i- two th r 1 ii 0 0 II , C,lti Ci, j s.i , n li,i- ( ible V v Tw Im. , a.s ' T - lll-e O-l Ill Off s , e I llv 'II 1 ill tl t .1 two nd !,' ill- " 111 0 Oi.xt'l.onc'n 3b 1 .1 V 1 0 li Hnlliril.lb S 1 1 4 0 0 M.Cni. "13 n 2 1 HiuMii.r.i f 10 0 10 lo Hippie P 101 M o 1 () Cnntinr. (tl 0 2 1 1) iv ill If too l on J lliiitbin.p 0 1 1 to K ican it I to ; o a M arlin.ib . 3111 2 2 1 Uri'cnll rf 3 110 o " Norton,! f . 2 u n n no Mnlouev :b .ml ii 1" llr.'liliau ' f 2 h o 3 oo Farrrll p 3 I I n 1 i lllr. h'.m lf lot 2 r.o Nolan p . . j ii 1 3 o n Tnni io s 2 ill Total tj 3 27 7 2 i Catliedr ii ... . 2 0 o 2 o o i o i 1 1 Manhattan n o o o n o 3 o 1 o Left on bae Cnbe.lr.il 4 Manhattan '. o ; F-r.i b.i-e on erior Citheiiril, 1. Manhat I tan 1 Two ba-.- hll O Connor lhri limaii, ! (, llmiiih in, ,1 Houlihan Thiee ue bit I if,- Home run Mi-Coy Minen b.i.- II tipie I'r ''nll Kaeati Nolan itraek out -Hv ,1 Houlihan ll bv Farrell in Hte on ti.l Off .1 Houlihan 1 oft Fariell 3 Wild on li Farre) IPt bv inn her- Hi .1 llmili Ian ilir is, uf bv Fain" illir'chnian I in 1 t.ire T ti' Time- i boor and n nuniitei 12 1 We'li.-M if il 1 ii xt note , i 0 0c lllvth "h 3 1 ( Hlil.l ii-on tt 4 . 2 2? John-on . ( o 9 1 1 K III.'." f 40 1 .t o i. sulliv.in ' Ii - i" 1 no Wai-dwell p i , : t Whe. in? :b 4 " - - 1 i.o - - - Total. .'So . Toialt 2t 1 7 ."i 11 '- Two out tn the tenth inniri. wVn nln; rim wa ,or,.d Fordlnm o 0 a o o a e n Penn State o a o o o o e o Firt bae on e-ror- Tirdham, . " Stile. 2 To line hit Me;inu s, IiIIf MiOuiilF. Ilerrigan Mnnrr s, fly McGinn smlen ba.-. - Heir ca- lyfl on bate Forilhini. '.1 I'enn s-,-. liotib'.F plav Hall iunaiteri Pim lull -Off M'Oin.le l: War.lwr'1 out-llv Mi (.niaile. !:. hv War.lwi l' -tnre-tr.ilian Time of cam.- - li nvy Winn Willi Pet. Hit. Ax'-.-atoi 'S. Mil. May 4 Tho ii: lulled by the N irth Carol ni v.. tuial and, M hanVti' Coll. ge i mld'hlpmen w.o th'. aftoti.no- i The iiililslupiiif 'i's tlebl.ng vta and th-y d d fat 'mter work bases. W'ltli the exuiiilou of i,t, Ing of Ilodgin at M-coinl the v field. d poorly ar.d errors helped the Navy sci-e. A double nin, single In the eighth netted all of Una tun. Score by Innings noooo n o 0 .1 1 I and W m Camllna . 0 0 Nt- 1 1 llltterle I'.viin nnd I'liiuinS . Vnrtl) Cnrnllna League Hp. Iiii'liam. ... itreenthiir... 1 Charlotte, Italelgb I Wlntnn-Saleni t, .hevr e . Innlnns. darkn.s' Sltlltbeni Lengtle ltesi.lt s. Chatl.tnnnira .' Xteniph' 11 At an'a 3 Mo die, N (ireant ' Ill-tnlnghai NahV 'e 3 I.I" He k ' sniitb ,!a km I Macon 9 I 111'' i.s l h.ir it ir n'nn ttlnntlc I englle Ite " i'i iimbl.) ant 3 .1 Mnti'gniuer A in:it l ! INDIANS BLANK WHITE SOX. j sp.nl.pr' Dnillilc Help Cletelnnil I Win I'llcber' llnlllc. Cmt'tc.o, Ma.t I The Cleveland In dians kept up their winning ureik to day, shutting out the Willi. Sox 2 to 0 The pastime was a pitchers' battle throughout, Couml'O for Cbvclaii'l nppo ing William. Th" former was touched for eight hit, hut kept them well scat tered. A walk tn Turner and Speikcr's double brought in a marker in the filet round Itoth's single and (InnilH's double In the sixth necountiil for Hie sei nnd tally William, w.ih relieved by I'abci after pitching seven innings. The scoie: CI.F.VF.I.ANU iA I. i ' CHICAGO i. I. i ab r h n a e ab r li p a e 4 0 0 4 0 2 0 I o II io 30 10 31 4 S 27 I 0 4 0 0 4 I .1 4 0 o 4 0 I 3 0 0 .10 1 300 2 0 ll I on 3 I 3 0 0 .1 0 0 I oi 4 .1 0 Ii 2 0 I 3 1 I 7 0 I 2 0 Ii 0 0 ooo i) no Total I Total 32 I il 27 2i)3 Halted for Slieelian ill the emhth innlnit Washington . 0 I 0 n I n o n ,ir, I'lillailt'lphiu, . . o o o (i o o o o i Itlla Off Sheehau. r, in risht luninKs: off Weaver, tt in one inning. Hint earned I'hila ileltihiit. I; Wanhiiiutou. 3 Tun base bits Wilt. Mueller. Three bite hits- Fnler. SInink Saenfli-e hit Mnmau Stolen bae .Milan, .IiiiIkc 2, Morgan lft on b.iHes Phil ailelphia, 4; Wanhlpcton, 12 SI null iiulliy Sheehau. I, by Jnhnnn 6 Firt base on el rnrs I'hllailelplila. I, Waslil iitini. I Fnsl bane on balls Off SliFrban, 9. olf Weaver. 1 Wild pllih Kheehan I'ioktiI hall Schanj. Umpires Hineen and Nellin, Tlme-1 hour and S3 nilnulci. DARTMOUTHWINS IN ELEVENTH i'r n in llnlllc for llletoii IiiiiIiib llpf.irr lirecll Win, il In '.', IIamivkii, N. II., May 4, - Dai f mouth defeated (!eoi gctnw ll, .1 tn 1, here In-day in an eleven imiiiig coniesi. iviuiray, lor (ieoigetow li, and Williams, for Dull niniiih, pltrhcii excellent hall and at no fine during thn game did either men show slgiiK of weakening. Hsbniiie dn i hied tlio game with a two base hit In the eleventh. The score i It Hill lllinlllll ... 00000011001 3 (ienrneinw n oiooooioooo j llalterles WillUnis nnd Murphv, ray and Hagar. Umpire Mrllauley. Gi anev lf Turner 3h Speaker, ef . Hnth rf , Gandll.lb . Iln aril ?h Wamhv.F . ONelll.e Cntimlp 4 0 0 lino 4 0 2 2 112 1 10 2 11 40 12 4 0 2 I 3 0 0 . 100 I no 1 eibnld rf 3 a Min larlv lb 2 o o ii o M'Mullen .'b 4 n I o ii F. Collin. 2!i, 4 o n 2 n .1 CnlVlh rf 4 0 2 o .lai'liann.lf . 3 0 Feln'h cf . 0 I VVeav er,.. II II S, balk William, p PI 'Iaiiii . . KiPer.p .3 0 1 3 4 0 I 2 3 0 1 2 2 0 2 10 2 0 0 0 too a no I) n i t io At Lasts Perfect 6 -Cylinder Car At $795 F.O.H. Factory F.O.H. Facto. n i: 7 0 .'. 4 Mur- American Association nesull. Milwaukee, K; Cnlutilhll 3, Kain-ii ('lly. 7. Tnledn, 1 IwiuIfv llle, 3, t I tl li ca poll .. 2 llidl.ili.ipnllF, 11, St Paul, r, Tpih League Keulta, l.allas 4, lleaiiiiiiint, I Fort Worth, 7. ttui Anmnbi, 0. (lain Finn, 7. Shreveisirt, 2, iluustuli, 1, W'utu. 0, Total 31 0 t 27 9 0, Hailed fur Williams in the seventh iiiniii Cleveland looooi ooo.; Clllra.n 0 0 0 0 ll 0 0 il (i 0 Two bae hll speaker .lacktnn, Waiuby Struck mil Hv William 0, h.v Couinbe, 2; i bv l'alier. t base on bill Olf William. 2 ' Iintible plav Wainbv and llnwaril; s, balk and Weaver SaMllice hll .lark-ntl Si balk Stnlen base Schalk t'lnpirr Kvaut and Chill Tlme-- hour and 40 niuuile MICHIGAN IS BLANKED. S .true use Trloiniili When llppo- nciK Jnuulc I lie Unit. Ann Aiiiioii, May 4 Till nine was air light In the pinche l.i-il,l and .Michigan lot a 3 to M game lo Sr.i.'Ue. Itiiblns held SvraciiM' to live tailored hlls, but weak suppoii cost him tlio game . Alicarn scoied a nin In the Hrl In ning when hp hit siifel.v, went tn seeond on a walk, stole third mid was h.ici'illceil lioiiiii by Hrown, Hrnvvu scored thn sec-I nnd S,vracuse run In tile sixth on a hit, I etror and pilloul. Wilbur iiiadn tho final 1 . 1 1 1 In Hie ninth when ho 'walked. wa saiTlllccd to second, went to third on Turniire' single and was sacrificed , homo by Haflcr. The scoic; I it II I 3 ., 0 0 llnhint P bury Think What This Means! RICE has heretofore been the stumbling block between the "four" and the "six." No one who lias invest iuatcd would a "four" if he could afford a ii Grant-Six The Greatest Value Ever OiVercd COMPARE the Grant -Six at $7 with any car on the market at any where near its price. 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NnrfolU, .'i; I'eterwlnirf , I Hnpewell. fi-, Newpoit News, S (revee, Innlii.s), ilarknci:, BROMI IN W i Stake Ki in (hv HA.MK'O MAKKS Till! IM S I (ion I. rr H IlaiT.t '1 ni I- u "'on d 'ng the v ear, vlfieil a ed undi'l sun mis : pus stakes I nev S H that evety tasn tne di o hi when ll wl Chili had ihree-ypar-i is, fi-oti to Hail Wldle 111 " -ig last ill IO, V I the I, lire! udicate I., tt. i Hi T iiiideier, c t ic W'h i r, d hv i,e tall Jl.ll n la'l-.v w H leprcsl I arm In t Hi inin's la i scasoni thiirotighhri u i p than the shortc cini'k In heaten n HtakeH hyl w hen he 10, for victory (,"g Hag one other made ns I'mrlcs ' p.iril ga thai the ri win l hetl ovvt rs rri' hut reived 'o re or I ill s(,ike ' ht IC M rt- nied fea n retnarka fn e of thl T ie twenty-thrl Ini hiding rnrc Il Others of relHnnlls. Pv srett II l.terod Hrotheistol ss IV "lelo. 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