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12 J? THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916.
Benton Pitches Well, but Mamaux Pitches Better, and Giants Lose New York Woman Tennis Star Wins ONLY FIVE HITS FOR GIANTS IN OPENER WITH THE PIRATES Benton Loses Ills Title ns I'n hentcn Southpnw of Hie, 191G Senson. ROl'Slt HAS NO LUCK IX FIELD OH ON BASKS A! M'iiux pitched for the Pirates. Al Mam-ux wast good. The answer, an- j ether S t 2 defeat for our (Hants In Iho i opening homo engagement with the Pirates. Itube Ronton opposed Mamaux. He I opposed tho young Snioko Town Marvel , as an unbeaten southpaw of 1910. n dropped out of tho game, after eight Innings, with a chalk murk on his tlate. I'crhaps Hcnton was due to lose. Per haps Mamaux was In lino to get bad! at McGraw's challengers for some of tire ( humiliation to which they subjected him during TrUent vis It to the lair of the ....... .i,i.,u. ti. nti and crlevn over sullied milk. Kobe Held. (I I " I U' bad game, lie lias l.ltc e.1 lie let'. Iled.d.rt do-' . rvotu wit tern. The IMra.c, Klrlrdi wis never at a disadvantage. , leei irusi. n h"-." - - v Yet ho held New York- to five hits. A brace of these was hunched In each of tho third and ninth, those rounds which Brougnt a iniiy apiece Benton was hit almost twice as lmtd iim Mamaux. Yet ho kepi toe in..r. n ll eegregated that IMttsburg s runs came very hard. lllnchman Horn it Lot. Good ns Mamaux was there might have been another ending to Urinous effort but for lllnchman. the nnc ent and honorahlo guardian of right Held for the Callahans. It was known nil along that lllnchman was more or Icsh partial to southpaw pitching. Wit '"' """ ' " ' , before suspected him of being hoggtsn. , ... . 1. it,.. l.i,l,. show of imiiSur-'H-i Ac He ;,letcd three of, J'lttbburr ,H .niaii.. lie ' it-,,.oro,i tho nine hits made by his side. "I "or'' , two of his team's three runs. Iho one vfc did,,1! carry over himself he knocked 1 -Sro It wis r tther cvaspcrattng for . r,CT.S- VC; 1? , tolerate such cf- frontery from a habitual "''"fher" when a man of Wagner . calibre a popping up weakly all uttornoou or tap ping schoolboy grounders at the Inllcld- ""now there aie n few other painful it.,,( p.ill fur the scalpel. rm cannot'be classltled as eMimplei- of either cannot u ci. ssi.i... ... 1 , . ul,(, , . x ic,,rus. hitting suc- S'lt MMta! boneileeded in 'driving Wsey and Major off -n.i .lm.w nf either Mamau or Heiiton. ' the mound and Inning the opcnltw game To begin will, i:!l!le 1U.U.I. had as 1-r I,, hollow fashion s ,0 Vaughn did a day a" he b, llkclv to have In a .M- 2on"H li nt! TS" on.let-study of Davev Itoiicr'tson llgured In a nu.inber of Ininortutit crises and usually lisurcd , of Important crises and ustt-.i wrong. . . , ,. Fltsl off he jiiesieu niiniwniai . ..... ...".1 oi.,..l.. t.pfire he ing IO piny in "''"- 01 a gup 011 mi- "" . ,. ,. i, 1,1,1 sinulril. was on scconit 1 m. iturpfiire. was able 1 7' , , ..'h,t' ran to right where "i -- - ff . a clean throw might hae cut otr tin run In the fourth, with one out. Hindi- ' ,, .incled to I'lctcher. Schulx lined ! man HiRleil to I iciui . Itoush . aganisi uie n-ui. , V, ,, 1 played the ciwroin badly, liie bill goi behind hlin 011 the rebound and went for a triple that sooted l'lttsb.irg's sec , ond run. Kltlur error of commission 1 might be ixcus.-d. The oungster took despc-tate chances which the occaslon-t ! demanded. ecii If l.e failed bolh tlnii.-. Illiii-liiiinn Mn llousli. I But there was no Justification for a bneTrumi.ng m.s.uKe Uoush niade in the Mann Zininiern. nn- -winned-ninth Inning. Ho was on third with o nc jul( Mf , ,M... .pi.tia.yiphi.i, ;: out when Kletclur lined far down lb'' ! rtiuwo, I Mrud mil-Hy Kixey. 1; by ilirht line to Hlnehm.in. Itoush took for Miner, 1: by cwhjor. by aiulin. 6 ame'r.'..-.., the slothful H.-."" VWS sV'Sfi could not make the catch. He was al- . .. o!I i)c-,K,r. t Hit hy pitched iimr acros.s the plate when lllnciiman managed to make a in ten. Itoush had to double back to iniru 011 a iuhk ..j that should have stored him easily. He (.cored a luoiueiit la.ir, it Is true, Inn that Is outside the (lueetlou. It was bid baseball. Itou-di should h ie made sure of tho run. (Itantlng llinchiii.in could not nuke the catch, the 1 miner would have had time to walk home from third. McQraw. coaching at third base, trie In vain to keep Kdd e on his wrK uiii.i lllnchman titled hb argument with the 77 a' Z t-wUh' Ma, "in 1tTtlTtuTTmuJ Zei inc., came to hat. Kau.f died stealing In the fourth after bcltK hit by a. nltched ball w til two out. llunw walked with J".."''.--.-.11. UCIVI W 4VBII IH''vu - " - was hit starting the seventh, a sl'p that might have coiit Mamaux deatly. For, after Henny Jvnulf fanned for Hie sec ond time and Fletcher tiled to lllnchman, Fred Alcrkle connected with one In Mer kle fashion. It looked like a home run Ht first, then Ilka a three ply swat stiic But IJalrd, who was In left Held, went back quickly for a lieautlful barehanded catch. Ho barked his fingers: un the boards no badly that he had to retire in favor of Harney. Hut hn saved one run at least, If not two. 1iaey Hobeit on, pinch hitting for Hcnton, singled In tho eighth Inning, Two were nut, unfortunately. I til ins fouled high to Gibson. Atiool the Hun Cetliiii:. Now ns to tho run making. Carey -ln- clod to stai t tho game and ailviuicid while Meiklo wan attending tn his con. temporary's grounder. McKechnle scared I ti rnv nurlf t f coiiami ti hilo Iia u-.m throwing out Wiurner. 1 1 in. Iihi.iu'h l.li on which Itoueh iniuln 11 slight fumble, enabled Caiey to break the Uo, McKechnle, the (Irst (limit to get on, started the third Inning with n rloan lounie down the left foul lino, .liditi ,, ,.. .loun- TJ'Tn .."'"".'"r naiiiioM stop f 1tllKcrt, e In the winning run In and heat Rarl.Un to tho bag after beat- ' th g. Stevens ns.sumed Lv,,' .""I", i'1."",, " "T "'" MrH t early lead, only to have Kutgers tie ttr, inniVlSk,, ,,lJ ,,KH" "'r""1 ti e sc.ro In the seventh, getting four orrsooiotr "it9 - :ari),,el, and Sc , tripJ.'f; '1 win ono out in tho foutth gave the saved Ilenton xv n e, K "j " i running catch that robbed Caiev of three base hit In tho llfth. Maiiiauv n1 eomenf linfrirn t,...i un,.in.a .. .... ... ' ;.".' ""ll Olliy Dllft """l'""'"''y ""''I' this catch John. I iu-.-i.er :li . 6O0 2 1 o!Jol,n,on.2b. lid .i 411 Mon scratched a single thmugh thn box.isiiler.il 3 1 1. 3 no'Ciitier.ss.... 232 0 21 ..u 1.1.1 in carne, as Wagner nulled ti,i Rarldcn. Pittsburg elluclHil the l-iiiiio with still 11 ihlr.i .1.. .1. K ! iiinnh,r.V.. L 1.. " h'x,h' -.ii. ono it sinKie, nun huh time hchultz sacrificed, Doyle bately managed to get his finger tips mi Kurd's .high grounder. It rolled on loward con tro field nnd lllnchman heat Knurr's throw to the plate. Grounder MeKrelinlr'a Ileal, Boush walked and Doylo singled with nona out In thn ninth, but JlcOraw scorned playing for a tie. A bunt by Kuuff might have arranged for a cntinle of ruiia. Kenny, who was unable to Results of Yesterday's Big Leagues and NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yeslerday'a Rosalia. Pittsburg. .1. New York. 2. Hronklti. 7i Clric-lrin.il I, 4. St I.e. iili, lloeton, 1 Chicago, n Philadelphia, :, iiKTAii.Kit staniiinipof thk ii.tn:. 1 CLUDS - K Si I c i C ulu 9, 3 il IS .7! I Brooklyn.., 5 31 f 3) 1 l ' 74 IS lll.X, New York. tl tS AW, '111 J: 3 Philadelphia m ,.iih; Chimin... Cincinnati. 4 33 3i .ins Plttsburt- ....! 5 6 30 7.1' 4IM :! Bolton. s in riMa-i SI Lntua . I'll Games Inat is ii js'ji ': i: ij-p To-dn's Schedule, I'lttshurg In New York. V 'liiclnn.nl in llrn'iklyn. ft. Louts In Ho.ton. Chicago In Philadelphia. mnUo much Impression on Martjaux's Pitching, was told to take n clout. Ills lly ran led far enough to put ltotish tin 0.....1 1.. ...... .1 ...i . .....1 li.i. limn. I loyie men stole eoconu. riciciicr lined to 1 lliichman. but Merhlc rattled t. single off Schulti's gloxo that scored limt.lt and sent Do lot., third Morkle stole second. Hut with a single needed only Hill McKcclmlc'H best was an easy gruunder to Vlox. Tho score: riTThUL'UO N. 1.), XKW YORK (N. L ) Carey.cf... 4 112 0 e nurna.lf .... ,,,,,,. ,b ,ol h od llouih.rf . i i 1. i . JUl J V V 3 1 0 4 00 .10 1 0 3 0 3 00 2 1 0 Warner.. 4 00 1 0 DoUe.jb.. lllnch'ii.rf. 4 13 3 no naun.ci So Ill 11.3b. Jl ! 0 0Flrt"her.a. 4 00 2 5" llainl.lt .. 2 I 4 llarney.lt.. 100 I co.Mrrme.In,, mil" vw 0 0 !cK'mo.3b. Ill'J 40 1 P Ilarlilen.c.. 3 00 3 0 0 SOlienton.p... soo 0 30 J 1 'Holier! son. 1 0 1 " 0 0 viox,:b.... 4012 !lbon.c. . 4 0 0 6 Mamaux. p 301 0 - -iScnauer.p.. oou w u Jl 3 9 0, - Totali . 1 Totals. ...-:(.:. u nailed for Itentan in Iho eljhth Inning, Pitt'hurir ... I 0 0 t n t " n 03 New York .... 00100000 1-: u.(t l,.,w. Iltl.burF 6. New York, f. TltPP t,,w , .s(.,ultr To haw hit ! Kv.-h.,, v.r.i 1,,.,. mi h.ill oil .M.mtaux. :. Mr.n-k mil II, 3JanM.it. 4: by 11-i.lon. 1 fii.Tl lice tut .icluilli Molen baes-Do)lr. Mkle Hit by pitched lnU--Hy Mam.un. : (i,nj1(., K.mni ltil Ott lieiiiou, s 111 emht umtm.; nrt Mh.iurr. 1 m one Imiini I nujire in chief -l!.irrim Kielil unipire-lllsler. Time-I hour and -) minute. CUBS MANHANDLE PHILLIES. ! mill Mner Knm-kril Out f lint score Is H In riill.AI'ti.PiIIA. 'June The Cut tit.ule their llrst nppear.inco In l'lilladol not have to work l.atd to win V hlg lead tally be took m titers throtighot A home run b S.iU tho lilttlim of Williams. Immerma With a eav - and 1:111 and it'tavath featured, The M-ore : l'tlll.A iN I.i CHICAOn ,N l. atirhti.K ah r II n a o Iirntt 4 .1! M.ftliy.:!. .13 : 50 MoliolL.ti. 301 t ,,.,. ,. n .ie '.Hiiluu.rl 4 10 1 "0 n vvtiiinms.ct ..13 1 " rr.ir.Vih.rf 4 12 1 CM inn, It. ! 1 1 3 0 0 Whitlt.l.lf 3 00 3 oo 7.im ni.in.3l. 103 1 0 ft i.uueriis.ltl 1"- n I' ..iirr.11..,. . .H.k(.rt,rl 3m . ooAnhir.e. . Kilhfrr.e.. :'ii ; : Ol-Miilliiran." Ilurin.e... I - tH'Vaiuhn.p Kixe...... 'o ft seFi'eher.e. 3 11 !o : 1 1 : 00 3 11 4 1 0 4 11 o O0 :on 4 00 'Iirne... , 1 (in a no .,tr,,, 000 to Totals ...31 It T, 0 (h-.oiiirr.ii ;o 1 o' tAlcxambr 100 00 Tolll 3l I: , .ii.n.p.i 0r Rixey in iho ihlnl Inatn? ii..iiit-ii iui v.itiBir ii in-- in,,,,, .,,,,,,, Cln.-a?ii .1 n t 1 : 0 1 0 o- piiiUis-iphi.! a 0 0 0 0 11 t o 1 lilts -!lf llney ; In three hiiiIiij.; oil M.i,rr I In two inniiu". oft (sn-hser 3 111 Inn. IMtlltli:. Tw O llrtSO ll It Wlllt.ini'. .,.11 .ly ta.er iMiilli5.ini wild pi n. (ic.hscr Pinplif In ihlel Iljroii Kield I umpire-(Jui.Mcy Time-1 hour and 1" min- utes. BRAVES ESCAPE SHUTOUT. (iiller Holds Them Sale r.xiTpt In Sixth Inning noflTOV jmf. fi,The Hravcs dtopped ' ""0' J",,?' ' rl, ,llri:in to- '- , , Bxt;n;,Ilf,1 three'l,lts i.rovented ' ".ns over The ecore: ST l.Ot'18 .N I. ; BOSTON ,N 1. , , ., h 41, '4 M.irani'e.M 101 3 30 ' . smith.ef 2ft0 3 i OIKsnt.Jh. 101 2 10 MAV'StiliV.lii. " U!vr' 1 ft n 0 (. 0 100 ii 0 1 Wilson rf . 4 0 2 1 ft OlCnnimlll.rf. Oft ft n Oft Hruel.:b... 4 0 0 4 1 (minimi .. uui 11 on snvik-r.i- .. 40'i 3 oltl-'omtilnu.. 0 0 0 ft 00 Co'rhlll.'f 3111 1 Ol.M.lsee.i f 4ft0 3 (10 Sillee.p. . 2 0 0 t 2 0 Kimeu hy.lh sou; 0 1 IJII lllllll.OU JM" V Totals 30 2 6 27 10 0 Fitni.-i'ik.of 2(10 1 00 Traai-'-er e 3 11 A no Hudolph.p . 3"0 0 4 0 Total M I 27 11 I it,.iiwl fnr Wllhoit 111 tho sixth iumnr Halted lor Connolly In the ninth inning. titan lor Collins In the ninth Iniiim.- t l,oun ooO(i 050ftv-2 Hn.ton ooooniofto-i Three base hit -ncseher Stolen liases- Jack hmith, Wllhoit Collins , S.K-nfieo lit! allie saiTitue lly Jack Smith Double, iilay Maramllle. Kg.ni and Knnelehy I-lt on buse-St. Louis, I.; Hoston. 3. First b.i 011 errorSt Uui First b.ie on balls -Off sill" 2: off ltu.loll.h, 2- Hit by pitched lull Iiv Sallee iCollinsi Stru.-k out -lly s.illee. '3: by Itu.lnlph, c. Umplrn In 1 hief -il'Day Field unipire-Eason. Time-l hour and 3 minutes ERROR WINS FOR STEVENS. I ! Cnteher I'nrley of Ituliiera Prep MnLes Mlaonr III Sevenlh. Stevens won from Kutgers Prep yes terday before the annual I'oiiiiiiencement crowd on the former's Hold hy n ncore f - t), ,; An crIor by Catcher Parley , "' ''.-J, ...i:..., '.,1'a . iii-iii ...... .. 1 1- fvor of wnfrflcld of Kulgeis. The I scorn HUTHKKS RTKVIINS. lib r h P a e lib r ll p n e c,'ral.lf f. 2 I 1 OSTrold.Of SI 4 11 I in Unis-eon.ri m . " inine.e, ., it; s 10 hro'nini lb 4 i n ft 0 lielloff.p . 4 00 ft 40 hiramUb 411 1 1 "'Striiii'm'n p ft 0 0 (1 no Willer.M. . 40ft 1 2 lMeinory.3b. 201 I 11 F.nl.y.1'.... 4 2 2 7 II Wehh.rf 4 do n 0 0 Wllti.enn.p 3 0 1 t 4 0 Wat' Held. p 10 1 0 00 x oil ti.--.it).... 3 in 10 no Farns.lf,,,, 3 0 0 4 0 0 I'olnls ,.30 6 7 24 0 41 Totals. ,.20 7 6 27 13 2 Klttlier. 1 1 ft ft ft 0 4 ft 0-6 Steen 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 Left nn baara-tlutirra, 7. Slevrn.. s Two base hit-Colter. First hast on hall.-Orf llellnff, 2; off Wlltpenu. 6. Slruek out-lir llellnff, 6: by Hlriippman, 2; hy Wlttponn, 4: hy Waterfleld, 3. Uiiipiri'-Mcrllr. Tlme-2 bout a. . ffWZ I-'av WITH riTTSnCRO. lllOi. M, rolo Qrounda, Aim. tic. Adv. Games in the Two Standing of the Clubs AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. Detroit, 3, Ho.ton, It. In St. irfiuld'New York, ruin. In Cleveland-Washington, rain. In Chicago-Philadelphia, rain. drtailrii htanhino of tub cubs, CLUBS i 5 lc ClfTfliflll.... i 4' I) 37 IS .BOO New York. . 4' I7!..V4.1 I,- 'Washington, t 741 in .Ms "sil"33,"5t !o33 Boiton... Detroit., y i II1 771 5.1 1.4 Ml' Chicago,, i o "il i Hi II I St. Lous... .1 1 IK SAl.ttO !Phila.ielpM i lit m'.nui' Oimtl lost.... It 91 91 9) 95 9' 177 To-day's Schedule. New York In St. I.oula. Washington In Cleveland, Hoston In Detroit. Philadelphia In Chicago.,. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE." Yesterday'a Kesulta. nalilmore. 3: Newark, 5. Toronto. Si Knehestrr. 1 (first tamt) Iloi-hP'ter. ; Toronto, : taeeond came) lluffjln. ; Montreal. 4 inrat game) liiiftalo. Montreal. 6 (second fama). l'Tovidemr. , Illchmond. . MandUic of the Club. W. I. vc. W T. PC. ProTidence. ;2 It .(7 Newark. ... i it j,u ILiltlmore. 14 11 I.v Montreal... 14 il .411 Muffalo is IT Roohetter II 11 ,424 Klchmond.. IT 1 .tOoToronto 1: K .til Tn-day'a hchedule Newark tn Il&lllmore. rrorldence In Richmond. Iloeheater in Toronto. Hutfalo In Montreal. ORIOLES TROUNCE NEWARK, Witter Accounts for Onlr Two It 11 ns .Mode by Indiana. HALTlMiirtK, Md., June 6. The Orioles defeated .Ww at k tills afternoon by a score of 3 to 2, Tho gamo was the fastest il.iyed 011 the local Held this Wf.P Iflutl...- I.,,. ..n t. ...... .. A .. Tliuelf hit. h Tu ,i,).. .i r won the game for Haltlmore. Witter was resnonn li .1 for the Iwo uenre. I.v Newark. He ilnwe In Hie first run in the opi nlng Inning and scored the other himself on a homo run. The score: .-r.tiAlin HALTIMOKK . , , r 11 P a e ah r h p a e V.rVl!l--n .1 - ??.? ??ihl'''-b.--... 4 I 1 3 4 0 mVi.. liVL W.S""0"-.;' 31 1 1(1 ff'li H JS!T"mhlT'lf (M : 00 llZji ' in? S XX m,1,i,r;rJ iJ1 ! I"' ..leher.ef Iftl : on'ltiiter.3h. :o l (,o ....... . ,. v . u i.rjiie.e.. .Jill a in leily.... .3 0 1 1 eCMcAvoy.c. j o 7 Ift v;;,'.m ' in 2 II Sherman.,.. 300 1 :o hnntht.p. 300 I1HI' TtL M 1 c n Tct.il. .33 2 d 21 It; - - iy.V" 1 .1. 0 I ft ft ft ft ft : li.iltlmure 2 0 t ft 0 0 o 0 x-.l Tun ha hit lliirjin Tliree hae hit . Mil- Irr Home run Witter sarrlluv hlt-Hii' M1 ..J'1 ,.nIrn. Tnmbly. I.anur. ltu.ll. ;.'"... '.'":V"'-,.'.'.'-,..- Lr,"p n"d .Hrt Hit by wMi"SLiifl ."-" snerman. ; ny Knnaht. S. "... . . ' : .- . 'J . iSl wi K 'i uniPlre- .t.-Olf Mitchell, s In four innlnt.. olf lari liter. Timr I hour and 30 minutes Mowley. 2 In one limine nil Sihneider. 1 in ... 1 thn e Inniiii. Two Ini- hit. Herro.-. 2. (irif Tiironln III Idea Willi Iloeheater. nlh Uimlpn Ciilha When Ilnmn run-..- r.. . , ... . Hallliert Snerlnee lly C.riftlth Stolen lno lonosTO, (Hit , June 6 Horhester and -Wltio. When, Jolui.tmi Dnutile nla. -Toronto divided a double header to-dnv. O'.Mara Culha and H.iul.rl Croh Umd-'n Toronto won the llrst pnmo r. ... 1 I and Mollxltr t'mpirr in hief--Kb-m KkM hocker allowed RodieMer only three 1111s in tnis game. The Hustlers won the sunset atne, R to I. Tho scores: PIItMT CAMi:. j Toronto ... .ftdjlftft.ft '!, nt I llnrhr.tor . OftOftlOOOO I 3 ll Hattorles ."h.uker nnd McKee; Hill. Kramer and Hale ' ' SIX'OND OAMn norhe.ter n 11 k. o n 1 0 n 0 7 0 fts 1 r-.nii H.itterles- lt.r..hn n.i .....r. .Z-r.Z..J uuoonnn. n . riiompion unl Kelly. " lliifTnln lli-nta Itnnl Tnrlee. MontrkaI.. Juno fi rtiier-.in games from .Montreal to-day. Th- Koyals played corner lot basohall in curtain raiser, making no less thnn nine errors, and lost S to t, llurr.ilnwono.it the ninth ,,,,,l,IK of the second gam-' by a score of 1 to ti. The scores: F1HST niMf uA.ni-.. Iluftaln " 0 ft 1 ft ft 1 ft t n Montreal 00020"00 04 g latteries flaw. Tv.nn ,. rn. ...... lerton and Well. ' SKCONIJ OAMR. Huff. lie. 00(102100 !?' j Eft -Montreal Illooooo 06 13 1 Haiterles Fullenx Ider, Tyson and Haley. ColMeU and Cadoro nnd Wells, Ora Again Win Prom It li-hliinn.l. ItlOHMONP, Vn., Juno 6. Providence won tho second gamo of the series frori Itlihmond to-day. The score was 7 to .1 Klchmond was unable to score until tho seventh Inning, when two passes, a double by Jarman and Klbel's single ar counted for all of Its three runs. The score : ... n. it i: .0 0 0 2 4 1 0ft 07 ft 2 Ploi.enro Itlrhnuind 1(100103(1 03 7 eii! man nnd O'Donnel TIGERS WIN OPENING GAME. All of lletroll'a Three II una Mndr In Plrat Tho luillnga. Dctiioit, Mich., June 6. In the first giiine of the series with Hoston the Tigers were victorious, .1 to 0. All of Detroit's tuns were made In the first twj Innings. Dauss held tho Hod Sox to two hits, L'htb onlv.ni... m.i'Ii0 ii!.?' ' honors xesterday nt the sixth nninial , l-'acully nine nt the school 'field hy .1 nrlcd nr,!!f,n,,,i panics of llio Hushwick High School f ..InTroM ;'.7;.Xs,,,.,n,,to,ut,i,l, on ,,,n '""r-r1, ,"r r ,;i''rVb:s:r!L:o;lrou.r,,T,,u!1scor; 0 to score D- , ",i j ltiair mile run nnd tin yard dash as h" Itii.hwlek . . . 0 0 .1 0 ft 0 0 ami until Hie eighth Utzell, who sing! reached llrst I lliistoiilatis filled but were .minute, to score. Dauss gavo but two bases on balls. The score: HOSTON (A. L) I DKTHOIT (A. I. ) ah r h p a e Henr'sen.rf 4 0ft 1 A 0 Ihiah.as M.Nally.'JIi 30(1 1 1 0 Vitt.3b. ao r n p a e 40 1 2 3 1 . 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 11 l 0 0 3 10 0 00 10 1 1 0 0 . 4 0 1 4 no 4 1 2 2 3 0 . 3 0 0 a 00 2 00 0 00 .30 3 6 27 J Hardner 100 0 o n.Cobh.ef Lewis.lf... 4 ft 1 7 (10 Ve.ich.lf Mr 1 1 111 an .r f Hunis.lh .. Youns.Ib .. Stanaiie.e llau.s.p.. , lloh'X'll.lb 3 0 1 9 0 1 Walker.ef. 30 0 I 0 1 .InnvriiUb. 3 0(1 2 Ift Si'ofl.ss. 3d ft 0 4 0 Thomaa.c . 3 0ft 3 0 0 lin-ir.t 2ftft 0 to' tShorten. . 1 00 0 0 0) Total... Total 30 0 2 24 7 2 Hatted for McNally In ihe ninth Inning. tllatted for Orritir In thn ninth Imiini Tirol nil 0 (l 0 0 ft 1) 0 0 0-0 Detroit 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -i Struck oiitHy Dauss, 7: by Orejg. 3. First nase oil nans -on unusn, nn 1, regit, 4 Ion bascs-Cobh. Veneb" Wild' pip h - gg. Pmpire In ehlet-Connoll,- Field um. -lllldebrand, Time-l hour and JJ lulu. stolen fireirr. plre- lllldebrand, Time I hour and 33 111I11 tile.. Paelfle Coast League lleaiilla. Fan l''rnnesi-o, 1; Vernon, 1. Los Angeles, 2; Salt Lake, 1, Portland, ; Oakland, 6, Virginia l.esxue Results, - Newport News, 2; Norfolk 0. Hopewell, 2; lloi ky Mount, 1. Petersburg, 4; Portsmouth, 3, Wrutern Association Reaulta. Sherman, t; (aklahnma City, 4. Denlaon, ti Tulsu, 2. Fort Smith, 4; Muakogee, I, McAleatrr, 4i Paris, 2, BROOKLYN VS. CINCINNATI TO-DAY. Ebbet) Field, tllO P. U.44V, DODGERS BEAT REDS IN SLUGGING MATCH I'fcffer Yields Eleven Hits and Trio of Visitors Get Pounded for Twelve. CHASE KEEPS ON HITTING It sounded like a bombardment nt Kbhcts Field yesterday nfternoon while the Dodgers were beating the Cincinnati Hcds In an old fashioned slugging match. Twenty-threo hits were banged out dur ing the course of the nine Innings, the home team making a dozen of them, nr.d eleven runs pattered across the plate, seven for Hrooklyn and four for the vis itors. Jeff Pfeffcr stood nil the pounding the Hcds could administer, excelling a rclnv composed of Clarence Mitchell, Harl Moselcy and Tele Schneider In one Im portant particular ability to tighten when tha opposition threatened seriously. Mel-log's men, who are making their llrst visit of the season to tho city across tho bridge, got nt least one safe clout In every Inning except one, tho ninth, but nt no time could they bunch more than two of them, ao steady was I'fcffer In a crisis. Hal Chase played In Hrooklyn for the llrst time In his life, alternating with Karl Neale In left nnd crntro Melds. Only two Holding chances came his way. Ho nccepted both. At bat he prolonged his remarkable batting streak, which has extended nearly three full weeks. When he drove a clean elngln to centre tn the fifth Inning It mnde the eighteenth con secutive game In which he lias hit safely one or more times. lie also scored a run thnt Inning. Hrooklyn laid heavily against Mitch ell's curves In three of the four rounds that he lasted. Daubert clouted him for a home run to the flagpole In the first Inning. Four hits In the second brought two more counts and another quartet of safeties In the fourth made the home total five when he quit. Moselcy re lieved him In the llfth. Wheat singled, stole and scored 011 (YMara's slngl" Schneider did the pitching from th- sixth on, yielding the last score In the seventh on a walk and Wheat's double. Two haggers by OriHilh and Herzos gave the Hcds ii run In the fourth. A ! tnr at singles, a wild pitch and a sacrl- '"- " " """ "V"7" . ".'" the final tally came In the eighth on u double by llerzoj nnd a single ny 1 Louden The scoro ! CINCINNATI N I.) hllOOKI.YN IN t. .h.hni. M,thi,:,e ' r.roh 5b r. 0 2 t SOlMyerscf . 4 0 1 4 0 0 ciiav.lt.ef f. It : oo'jnhnslon.rf SI 0 4 0 0 Winsoe. 210 S ItlWh.at.il.... 41: 4 ft) 'Irllflthrf .III o OO.Mow'rr'y.ih" 4 0 0 1 0 0 MolPMIllh 40ftlD 0 0 Clltsh l :b. 421 1 4 n ero.- us 3 30 (VM.ira. 31? : 10 l.tiutf.., -h 4 0 3 2 TOM ! "if J n 5 i, ' ZZ-y oni , --,'Ki.her t ft ft ft ft ft 3 11 3 n n 4 n : i : it Tnt.l 32 7 12 27 4 0 ...... . . . . sciii.eiii. - ri.iuu Tftlalu Siit 1121 111 'llitted for Mn-oley in lh 'nth Innlnr Cin.-iiinatl ft o ft I 2 ft ft 1 a 4 llrookl)ii 1 : ft 2 1 ft 1 0 x 7 i.. r'iiU-itiii.ti .. tlrooklin 1 Kirst h.i- oa ball. Olf I'lrtTir : oK MlPh ?: !v r. iiv ii. ni-l . . . Iiv .. .wirv " 1 i,.,ui.ver. wild ..n.-h-1'fefler umpire--Enmlir Time -l hour ami minute' BRYN MAWR FOUR SUCCEEDS. ert'iinlrs I'lillndelpliln ('untr Club Trnni In Close Mnteh. Piiii.APKt.riit 4. Juno ". - The llr.vn Mawr Freebooters went out mi tho Itryti Mawr polo field to-dav and by playing 1 lh best polo of their short careers In Hi . : 1 game Uefcateii 1110 i-nii.iiieipiua country Club quartet 1 goals to 9 a In one of I tho most exciting handicap matches, e- 1 pecially at th" finish, seen this season or for soeral seasons. It was the fourth round for the Wootton cup. The line- 1 u Philadelphia Country Club- No 1. Thomas Stokes, 4. No 2. W S stok.-- I. No 3, X""K ' Mt,",'M"1' "' , irn Mar Freebooters No 1. A c 1 V.irnall, I. No, 2, It Wiinnmaker. 1. No 3. iW Itunlni,1 3. !,..!(, P. H P. Ilamli.lph. Jr.. 4 Team total, '.' "ryn Mar Freebooters Coals earned. I; . awnrneo ny nan iicuv. . iy p nauy. 0: net uroro. 1ft Koale Phllilde'ldlH Couo trv Club lloals eirne.l, 10. awarded bv handicap, 0; lnt by penalty. ' coal, net su.r.-. sL, goal. Score at half lime Hrwi Mawr Freebooters. '.(. PhlUdelphl-l Ciiunlr) Club, 3. Time Klght periods of 7'j it. In nt.-. oieh lleferee Karle W llnpplPir Tlmekeeper nnd srorer- I. It Winter. Jr Western l-ague Itesults, Topeka. (i, Ie. Moines. 3. HI Joseph. I . Sou Clt , 0. Oniuhft, '.. Dener I Lincoln, , Wichita. 5. WHAT THE SCHOLASTIC ATHLETES ARE DOING leholnalle Kenta To-dny. HASHIIALL. Jamaica vs. St Francis Nader st Ja- . ma lea , Stuyvesant s Ynnkers ai Xonkers 1 Ft. Francis Prep s. La Salle at St ! Frunrl.. I TENNIS j Jamaica vs. Illchmond Hill ftt Jamaica. Jack Hllllg carried off the lndlvldii.il tdnnsed nnd n so wan second 111 HI" , ..... ., riinnlnir hlcli hitiin. William Williams and (leorgo Porff also weie double win ners. The former won the Kin and 2211 ard sprints for seniors, while Dorlf ex celled lit the running high Jump and shot pill. Little (leorgo Herryman nnd Dairy Sohltdkret also came In for their share of the honors. Thn summarlis. 100 Vard D.ih, 100 Pound Cln - Won by .1 llublln. s.r.ili'h, Frank Morgan, I vard, seiond, HeorKe Perrynian, scratch, third, Time, 11 sei Hilda, 1(10 Yard Dash, Junior on bv lllehxr.l Ilulilnson. 2 jards, II (tnldbeig. I vard, second, ll Shields, 11 ar.ls, Ihhd Time, "lftii Ya'r'ilOIDash, Sinlur Won by William Williams, aeiiileh, Joe llllllg, reritch. see. nnd; II Wolfe, 4 yards, third. Time, 10 4-5 1 '-"-'" Yard Di.sh, 120 P11111..I Class Won I by Harry Sob Itol. ; ; l'" M'J anH. sormnli P. oI, 3 nrd, third nun lili'N fri "ii"". 220 Yard Dash, Junior Won by (leorgo 'i riynian. nrds. H. Derby, 5 iirds. - V'.'mf; ' '"' 5 "s"o' Yard Dash, senlor--Wi.il by W U'lltlMins. sernlrh. II Sebllilkrot. K inrds. seemid', .Ine Hllllg, 3 ar.ls, third, Time, 27 4-5 seconds. 410 Yard llunXVon hv Jack 11111 tg. cratch: S. Felnbeig, si-ralch, acinnds A, Cnrso, 25 yards, Ihlnl Time, I minute gi0 Yard Hun Won by Jack Hllllg, arrateh; S. Felnberg. fi yards, sornnd: .1, Kchwarta. 40 yards, third, No time taken, Hunnlng Broad Jump Won by F. Was. aeriuan, It Inchra. wllh 16 fret, 3 Inches; M. Ilaluone, 6 Inches, wllh 11 feet V'lnrh. aeenndj Paul Parne., 13 Incites, will fret 9 inenea. mm. nunnlnf High Jump Won by (lenrgo Dorff, scratch, with t fact 4 Inche., Jack INMAN AND NIAHAN DEFEAT CHAMPIONS Vosliell nnd Bagga at Error in Trylnjr to Play Soft Style of Game. ONLY THREE SETS NEEDED Frederick C. Irtman and Lyle E. Ma han won tha Country Club of Westches ter Invitation tennis doubles yesterday on the club's turf courts by defeating Frederick C. Ilaggs and H. Howard Vosliell, eastern New Tork Btato cham pions, three straight sets In the final round nt 6 S, 6 4, 6 4. In view of the game that Voshell and Hagga had been playing through the early rounds the easy vlclory of their rivals was a little unexpected. Voshell and Haggs were not at their best and the crra'.lo play of the latter wsa a big factor In his team's defeat. The losers made, tho mistake of start ing out to play a soft, safe game. Last year they had beaten Inmnn plnylnjr with Edwin I'. learned, but were not certain about the strength of tho new combination of lnman nnd Malum. They sinrted out with tho soft game with the Idea of trying out the opposi tion's strength, thereby causing their own downfall. When they fell behind they could not afford to take a chance on hitting the ball hard and forcing the Issue. Inmnn nnd Mohan were quick to tnke advantage of tho soft piny of naggs and directed their attack against him almost from the outset. They were well aware tint when Ilaggs hit the ball easy they could get to It and knew thnt In the form he was playing he would hit tho ball out of bounds If he attempted to put any pace on It. From the very start the winners stuck to a plan of travelling Just a trifle faster than their opponents so that they could keep Ilaggs and Volioll on the defensive. That they suc ceeded admirably wilh these tactics Is evidenced by tho final score. The order of service was Jnman, Haggs, Mahan and Voshell, nnil for the llrst live games of tho match th teams managed to make the service count for victories. In tho sixth game the winners broke through Haggs's service, nnd this gave'. them the margin of victory, a eich trapii won on s.-rvlce thereafter. In the second pet Ilaggs nnd Voshell won the opening game, and then lost three straight. Again after falling behind by losing one service, this time Voshell's, the teams vui on delivery, and the break brought Jnman nnd Mahan homo In front. Voshell lot on sorvlce In the fifth game of the third set, but his team managed to pull up tn oven terms by breaking through on the eighth game, with lnman serving, and brought the set to an even score, nt 4 all. Voshell and Haggs had a grent chance to pull up and at least take a set here, for the other pair was tlrlni perceptibly, but thoy were l.oth wild and threw ... .i" i . e .. .... Threo matches were Pla,e,l , tne opening rnunu or ine sungies, The, uiKies, i ne -r Men's In ry;,nd",r e"k Countrv fluh of W c hfntfr vltntlon iJouhif. Fln.il ftnund ' JnniKn oiui iti K Mahan defeated S'I';"rl.LkiC I'!," "-rs, .,,i",:-"'.1..Vr!!.''li .rov. .natr.i.. FIRST SF.T. ' lnman ana .nanan: 4 1 4 3 4 4 6 1 4 30 H Vosheil and Itasff.: 2iiti34 l :: 3 ANALYSIS. Net.. Outs PI. 8 A. D F lnman 3 s ft o o Mahan 2 S 1 ft 1 Unllgs 3 3 ft 0 Voshell k 4 2 0 1 SF.COND SET. lnman and Mahsn: 11442406 in Has' and Voshell: 1 0 2 1 4 1 4 3 4 0234 ANALYSIS. Nets. Outs. PI P A. D F. ft ft In-nan 7 3 Mahan 3 3 I 1 ll.il us 4 5 ft 2 ft Voshell ft ft 4 0 0 THIHD SET. lnman and Mohan: ft I 1 S 4 4 1 S 5 4-13 6 llaccs and Voshell: 4 1 4 3 2 2 4 7 3 : iz i ANALYSIS. Nets. Outs. PI. ... 3 6 n 0 o 0 S A. ft ft lnman Mahan llacse Voshell Wat. ..n M tVashl.urn won from K P Pearson bv default C A 1, Dlonne won from Cedrlc A Major bv default, Edmund W re.islee dereaied Howard unmans. nlm; n Hie llrsl round by il.-iauu ironi 1 6 i. I-: II Whltne defeated s v .Mer- x,rM ,. Marcus she successhelv rihew. 6 1. 5 7. Theodore It pe',1 won!"' , ,,' .. ... u ,. , n ....... I...I.J, u ii.ti-l i. .i.rnuti niehr.i ilnwiied Miss M.ule Seahury lit 6 --. sieens won ironi 11 ..nini- ... u- fault, .lames s (i Neale defeated Harry Parker. 46, ft I, 6--1, til 1 1 1 ar. 3 Inches, with & feet 3 Inches, see 1 ond .1 Wal, 4 Inches, with 6 feel 2 Inches, third Shut Put -Won by (ieorgo Porfr, f Inches, with (3 feet 3 Inehesj triple tie for n.-i'imil place, amonie 1 Kaplan, 2 Im-hes, M Kalnone. 2 tnchra nnd J, In K mrl, 2 Inches, with 41 feet 9 Inches. W. erfeit, si-r.itcn, wiin i reel , inches, llfth. Hllshwlck High School closed Its sea- sou yoHlorday with a vlclory over the 1 l ai uiii . " 11 .i " " (' a n Hi, , 1 rlp. 1 1 r a 1 1,1 or ntnl Xlni.M.ee. XIHIIt , ,. , Illl.l lupil.ll Flushing won from Jamaica yesterday In a Queens Horoinrh came In the P. S A. 1.. tennis tournament by a score of 4 to 1 Ceorge (Ireen scored the only point for Jamaica, winning his singles match at I, 6 - , Kuclld School defeated Hrnwno Collegn 1 jesterday nt the Parade Grounds by ,1 M,.i.rn ,.r 7 10 Fiielid did tl... l,..it,., or 7 to . Lllillil did the l.eltei work III tho Held. 1 The New Utrechl-Illchmond Hill game oi,,i,ilo,l r.,r iMHi.i.li. ..1 xx-.i end lival was cancelled, ,x (lirrercnce as lo here the game slid I lo hlue been the c;i where the game should be played Is said -allse. 1 HluilTSTOWN, N J., June 6 Peddle nHlltuti dofealed Trenton High School l" " 'Inal meet yest.-iriay by a scote of 30 to TV Hull of Peddle broke the meet record for 22n yards, winning In 22 so. onds, two-fifths faster than tho previous mark, Wat go of Trentnn also did well. The winners of the various events fol low t Hall. Peddle, 100 vard dn.h. Hall, Pe,). die, 220 yard dash. Hall, Peddle, 410 yard (lashi Wnrgo. Trenton, 110 jar run; Hem olds. Trenton, 120 yard hurdle.: (larfleld. Peddle, 220 yard hurdles; Ituisell, Peddle, polo vault, Itljille. Peddle, high .lump; Ctiuler, Peddle, shot put, Marsh, Peddle, I, rn.,l Jump, aaa Mann, Padrtla, hammer throw, MRS. RAYMOND WINS AGAIN JN NATIONAL TENNIS TILT New Yorker Defeats Miss Steever of Chicago, Taking Successive Sets at 63, 64 Sears Girls Survive Second Round. Philadelphia, June 6. Mrs. Kdwnrd ilaymond of New York once again proved her class by defeating Miss Miriam Kteever of Chicago In a third round match of tho annual women's national tennis tournament at the Phila delphia Cricket Club this nfternoon. Miss Steever gave Mrs. Ilaymond a stiff battle, but the former national title holder was too steady, too experienced and too consistent for tho Western con tender. She captured thrco gnmcs In the first set nnd four In the second, pick. Ing up In her play somewhat during the II i i.i 1 brush. Miss Steever had defeated Mrs. Clem ent 11. Wnlnwrlght of tho homo club In the second round. Miss Kvelyn Sears of HnMon, women's national champion tn 1S05, likewise reached tho third round as a result of to-day's doings, as did also Mrs. llarger Wallach of Newport. Miss Kleanora Scars of Hoston, Mrs. Kdward Haymon 1 of New York and Mrs. Cllbert ll.-mcy of the Philadelphia Country Club. Miss Dorothy Mission of the home club was on tho losing end of ono of the two really hard fought second round in.itcho". She succumbed to Mrs. John It Hall of New York, after a gruelling contest. 46, 64. 75. .Mrs. Hall had more reserve strength and literally wore Miss Dlsston down. Hard flay for Home 1'layrra. Ily a curious coincidence, local con tender figured In the only two renlly hard fought matches of the second round and both came out on the losing end. There were thlrty-two games In tho struggle between Miss Dls'ton and Mrs. Hall of New York, won by the lntter. but It took thirty-seven games to finish the match between Mrs. Hobert A. Hope of New York nnd Miss Sarah Nellscon of -Merlon, which the former won by a score of 62, J 11. 63. So New York triumphed oer Philadelphia in both of Ihe.M ll ttnrlv- nntA.tn,! Impn.. Th.. summaries: "....i" :. ' ...v Cliamt.lonshlD Strides. First nnnnd Miss Kdllh Hands St. it en Island, defeated .ins. urrie, ,-ew Hlliabeth Osthelm New York --.' i. 2, Ml.s thelm, HuntlliKdni. Val,;y. do (iertrude IMthclmer. Hunting- feuted Miss SEMI-FINALS REACHED BY WOMEN ON COURTS Field Cut Down to Four in Ihiv's Piny Miss Wnener Wins Tliree Matches. YiiNKKits, June 6 Play in the , . V" . . . "' which started at ,l,e courts hero to-d.iv 1:1 toriinev was ru.hed women s singles , Amackas..,, Club . , , - . . , along with such zest that by the time ' "T" urr'vr,11 nl th" cl1"' f'"" ,h;lr, f,n 1 J-:1''" r,,urf.,.h' wul:'7' wleMers , 1 : '" '"""'" J!:,rl". U'1'fn"r-MI"? nn- ..,, .....s . ..-.,-.... '"VV "i' . !';j1Ui,nCl W"'t-n ,'""K' ullak made up the quartet which came through thiee rounds Miss Wagnei's performance was the , most noteworthy of the day She was the only olio of the plaers who particl ' paled 111 three matches, and she came ' through them without the loss of a et and dropped only nine games mi the way. Miss Wagner pl.ied l..-lter ten - tils than at any previous time this sea- son. nnd nt no slnse extend d hcrse r fo win The 1 1 :i mltloli llrnliee Tennis I . inn Kin miuu-u i'. in-n-.i.u.i. .!.'-. ... Howe at fi 3, 01. then atiqillshed I (jIOX n. - . . '' '"" rry Miss C-ortrude Delia Totre. Ih.' strong !..... "' w I.'rne, M(I West Side Player, at r.-d. 6-4. ""'l'" tlnlshe.l her busy afternoon by winning;, ," b'-'M'.l fa.i tenm in i ., from Mrs S. I-Yankel at 0. 6- 1 I ler i "i.it.'he. hilo Lariud w. ., trio of triumphs brings her Into the semi-final round agatnt Miss Matgaiet ril-ove, w'ho t' " A," .PpeV XMt of - draw M.ss Mahan nt 6 Harper at 6- In the lit Pol Ink will t.lav In the semi-finals against .Miss Josephine Martin, n local 'pla.er Miss Pollak pl.ixed only once to ' ica'ch her bracket. She drew a bo from ! tho first round, a default In the second ' fiom Mrs C C Parsons, nnd In the thltd I, Miss Martin's play was s-oniewh.it of a surprise Aflir win- ....... i.."( C.ii and .Mrs. (I II. Illrseli at t. 3, ' (i -4 The seiiil-liiinl round matches will he plai-.l to-morrow morning In tiio men's sinsles II. II H.issford and It I.. James 1 cached the round be fore the semi-finals Hisfonl won In the opening round t default fiom Halph Ilaggs, defeat d .1 D ltwitlg In the se. -oi.d round at 6 3. -6. and 1-' T Pul ler in the third at ('. I. ii : James bud re.iclied the third 101111.I yesterday 'and won the only match ho had to play ilo-da from Marshall Peabo.ly at 3, (. I The siinimar'es : Amai kns.in Club Men's Open Slnales First Hound -J H F.wlnf won from 1; (1 Hriiuki-r hoff bv default: II H ll.mford won from It . It-. .... 1... .I..f....ll 1.. II... I , II u,.. (.,,, ' I. Ilnms by default, r. lieMin won Irnm Fis.h.r ny oeiauit. .1 ros won irum 1. S. hbsineer hy default; 11 Swain won Irivn 1: p,.ueii hv ilrlmlt. .lames S O'Neale won from H W C Noj e. by ilef.iull. Kin.- Mnit'i I won from Elliott llinen bv default: Inso Hartni.itin won from F. IMkiiap by default: "' " W ' .: llod 1 n l'mVi. by default .1 II 'smith won hum ! II w:-:. 1 fault F. P Liltell defeated A T I.ittlellel.l. s- 3. .1 1 1011 r..'i won iroiu r 11 1 1 ,.. 1 . .. , 1 it n. I ....I I I , ei-iiiiti lumiiu I. 1, -,,-.. i.-n . D P.wlitg. ft 3, '. KM M llohar defeated J W I Fo. 6-1, 6- I; It F11II011 defeated 11 M Me j dure. 6- v, 61; King Smith ilife.ited Inso ll.irlm.inn, 6 4. 4 6. 6-1. II Dohn.in 1 cfeatei Paul Colli, I. ft 3. ft. 1. II Crow lev ilefeate (i A Walker, 6 4 II -ft J C Ten Kiel, won from .1 11 Smith In default' Allan lli-hi do foaled lir.imille I llurr. 1- 3. f- 1 Marshall Peabndy dofealed ,1 A Ilea or 6. I (' I K l.lltell ileleal.-d II r Alherlou 6 3 s ( Third iimin.i -11 1, .1.11111 s ueie.ueii xtar shall Pe.ibody 1 3. 6 I: 11 II ll.u.tonl defeated F T Fuller. 6 I. 6 ; Women's Sinshs rust riiiind Miss ,ln.e ,,, Martin won tioni Mi- C 1. Mnieu. tiv ,u.f.,ult, Mm Marie Se.ibuiy won (ruin Mrs S .1 Straus ny iiei.nut: ,n m.iiio I Wagner defeated Ml". K Howe. (I 3. I. Mias urnriiiio in nil lorre defeated Mrs lugo Ilarlnunn. 63. f, I seioiul Itiiund Mrs Allien Humphries won from Mis I' Whiteside by default Mi j lleleno i-nuaa won irnm .irs - 1; ',-ii-.ius .nv uetiiiui; .nrs 11 11 nirsiii nt-ic.iicii ,us. ' T Illlllll. 4 6. 6 .' f. 3 Mi.s .Insepliliio .xi.-irlin ileieateit miss jinrio se.inuiy 1. 2, r, o. Miss Marie Wanner defeated X. tier trade Delia Tone. ft--". 1, I. Mr S Frnnl.el won from Miss Allele Craciu by defiuli li Maruurct (Iroie ilefe.iled Mrs l.ylo E M.ihan, 6 2. 1-0; Miss Amy Harper dete.ilcd Mrs. Waring, ft- 4, 3 Third Itmind Miss Heleno Pollak dofealed Mrs Allien Humphries, ; ft, ft -a, 7 Mi.. Josephine Marlin defealed Mrs (1 II Hirs.-h, ft3. 6 1; Mlas Mailo Wagner ilefr.md Mis S Frankel. 6 ft. 1. 1: Mm Margaret drum defeated Mi'. Amy Harper, e I, 61 New York Slate league Itesulls. HlnRhamtiin, IL Plica, 2 i:imlrn. 6; Srnrue. I Srranten, I; Troy. t. . Albany, t; ,Wlla'barre, I (fifteen In nlngsj, don Valley, C 0. t Z; Ml Hleannrn Sers, Iluslon, defeated Ml K. C Hcnsel, Merlon C. C. -3, I. feeon.l Hound Miss Alice, Patterson, Philadelphia Clhket Cltlh, defeated Miss Margaret .Moo, Chevy Chase, C 1, 3; Miss llveljn Hears, Hoston, defeated Mrs. Theodore Ci'seheer, New York, 6 0, 61: M.1 Miriam Hteeer, Chicago, defeated Mrs. Clement It. Wnlnwrlght, 1'hlludelphla Cricket Club, r, 3, 60; Mrs. IMuanl lis moml, New York, defeated Mrs C. W. Adams. Huntingdon Valley, c 2, C 1. Mrs, Hirger W.illach, Nenport. defeated Miss M. U. Wlli-ox, Merlon. -0, 61, Mrs T, II Cal.ot, Hoston, defeated Mrs llotiett llerolil. Ilelnetil, t j, .;- 0, Miss Clara Clinse, Merlon, nun from Mis. Kitty llrlnton, (Ivert.rook, by default. Miss I'll) Ills Walsh, Philadelphia Country Club, won from Mls Hleiinor Kreedlev. Xorrls- .town, by default! Mr.. Olllieri Hariey, i-uiiiiiieiiuiia Country Club, defeated Miss Hannah 1'. Wright, Philadelphia Cricket Club, il ft, (t 0. Miss Mnrcun-tla Taylor. New York. on from Miss May It, Snvder, I'lttaburg, hy defaiilii Miss Hleanura Honrs, Hoston. defeated .ns Ilia Kl'sel, .Morris, town, N. J 61. (11. Ml.. Mary It. Ilerrlck. Philadelphia Crlrliet Club. de. fe-ited Mien Alice M ll44lns. Herman ( rkket Club, r. 4, .i. Mrs. John H Hall, New York, defeated Miss Dorothy Dlsston. Pt.llnd.-Ihlii Cricket Club, 46. 64, 7 Mis. IMIth llnndy. Stalen Island, defeated Miss Kllj-al.eth O'thelmer, lluntll.gili.n Vnllev. 6 -4, 60, Mies Hu snnne. While, lultlmnrr. defeated Miss Allen r Drake. .t Paul, Minn., 63, 6 2i Ms. Itobert A. Pope, New York, defeated Miss Saruh Nell.i.ni, Mi-rlon, 62, 9 -lt, Third Itmind Mr IMnnrd Its mend, Ne ,irlt. lUfeated Mies Miriam ."teeter, i.'i'r'i'oSI'deW.'eiL cVaVa'cn's1'!' Ml' Wnineii'. Championship Doubles, First nound--Mlss Kllzabeth Usthelmer and Mrs. I.i '.I'hnll defeated Miss Clam Chase and " Margaret Mne,, 6-3.(12; Miss Molla lljurstedt nnd i:ie-inora It, Sears defeated Vi-'", !"J!C -"tl'llchter. Jr.. and Miss Phyllis Walsh. 6 2 6 3: Miss Kotherlne Force tJ!1il.lM..,'.l.,,"bt,h Porter defeated Mrs. i ? ' Hall nnd Mr.. C. 11. Walnwrlght. i.Tf ' ?J "V .,na A- Kl9'l and Mrs. lUweori Wood defeated Miss H, C. Hensel nd Mill Surah .Nellscon, 61, 62: Mis. ;i.0fe"..-'i '""on and Miss Su.anne White Aa.il' w ,rM' .C'. W- Adam, nnd Ml.a J V x,",nA r.M".- Kdward llavtnnnd de- e V f , ii.""..". Ml" 4;'"'" White, im. ' i, : !'" Hmllv Kennedy nnd Mis 'j.'".a J :"'' """.!. M'ss Hilda WllllaAi- Miss . MaUnriM, '!C,'".I.VI'' r'T3' llllams I . .' ". -J w.r nnil i Taylor nnd Mrs lir'klne '! V 'nrtl " C- o. 6- o,Mi.yl".ry .1 v''"'. J.!' .J . P ."etr. 3d and .Mis. Snnhle ;'' -ieaie.i -Mies lle,na ltobln.on and ir, wiim.m, i? V, '''11th llnndy and irude 1 .", 'Ih' M,h '".r,t", Ml" c J. T s" ,:ilal'e'h Henry. CHURCH WINS TWICE IN JERSEY TOURNEY Ilents"nnrdliior and Wester in . .Straight Sets. I.osfln ' Only vivo (Jmnes. " Moiiristowv. .v ,r .1,,,,,. e. ,. , M v,t..r , v 7 C ,rc"' ".st.rn nnd Northwestern clnm plon. a- v.inr..,t . ,tl. "."-".kii iho rounds , the New Jcr.,cv Stau w , !''R'" at the Morn-town l-'lo I niltl C0llrt, h ' "'' "' The former il, i-ii..i sxyio, ,"',r ' r,r"-f""" "t"r won hoth his , ..-.. , straight sets and in- I flv" th- Process ll ' . , his nrPt nnt.nn i. . ,,""u,,tl fi . ''frdlrxT, at " and tlit-M d.jpo-i'd of It. A. Ono upset nnrLo.i .i. iv 1, .. . . "I'ening flay, '" j L. III P. l rne.t i . '". '-Is ill tl. m.cond I round h- i u-i ' .... "wiigiu nt 3. "" way into the --... .ouo.i nv a v'etnr.- ... . to h.s usua' foiiii 1. .Main-lie., ,,,i ,lt,jJ( , Uom -r ;T''; i ...Vtc.; i - - . b... Mam hee w "'?orced ?n three sets l.ef ', .' .. "'" ."1rcp" KO l:ss,.ll o, .I.-' n(UIlle,I ( e , roiuui ,,t -1. t ho SUIlini.-lrMu 3 , inl"'. il'r.Vn,,,':','''.. ,''ll,,"""'hip Me,,-, Frern ,,, ..... '.x. r" nn (rum Cirl Naumnin 6 ' .' .,,"V!ln" defeated llnm iimm ii ii...... : . v oeiuiMi w , won from a .im L !.:.''' !' ''"' ( In. r, 1. .1. l ... , ' V '"Linn 1 1. ...... . .. . " " (iors-e M 11 1 .' .' .'.' "'iiHTt i,.ir.in,r t . d.fuilt. .1 wiiiMiwru 'ie,;'?0;'';:' bv, .McLean"" ' bv ' d.-'nih '',7 " ' ? " r5 . " Abo, , from Air,.,; 1 "',' " I "Ibrouk wo" llr.ie.iw rtefe.it.-.l c ,J'i . '!"uli' s c .. .. h r 1 .. . .. V Oor.loti llolbrook ,!(.,,,. bit'il H A orte M ihiir, 1, ,i,.' Wo. .r wnclit ilef.-at..,! IMuoi n 't ... '. ."'heel lefiiili T ,,-,n" Herben llirri. if, iU" bv Tle'fa, ii'V" ",'rom ;h;.rle7cha;. II Cimi.ti.li , , '.0" '.dofoaied It w F D Power. . 1 ' ' . V:.im,M!!i'Vv nl.7',"' F0wi'.,!i;!,,!;r',.ie,.nL;,,,,lr"' ' rn,' II N llil.l. wno Ii-,.,,, 11 ",.. ."'. .' -' 3 hum toiind S I. XI .in, h.... ,1.... . . Kti'sell r. 3, r( f, '1?1 "''I1 ' T C Cuelt: 6.4. 6 0 tno''"' '"'ealed RICHARD C. BENSON DFAD W. Trainer of .!., n.nler's Horsea In I II I I nnd I flip.. Word was r uved at ,,e Helmont atk race tr.vk ve-i,.i, ,t . tonsoti. h(1 ,r.IIM0(, ,,. , l.rids of James liu.ler In l,.,, , f, . i"'-s city on Mond.,, E l e was .iboiii .p. ears of age (. I" :!Ur .i!"! 'r'"""r l"r ""' ",,,l,,r borses ,isl fall because of his Inability lo Kvo theni the proper ullenilon llelisnii tram, , ,t, tl,oro,1K,l,re(, ,, ! rot.eis wh smvess Am,m ling borsrs de eloped by ,, CL It land T. John Nolan a,u T," J!, a I winners of the ('hitter Oik Staked Ho a so iriiliied thoiinighhreds for John nnd Robot I St...t ;,,i ,. (..rlK," of Kansas ('It., and also for the well known Den,.,-Horsenun. l-M C (Javlor, Mr llenson was umnar I , ,rotb,.- 111 Seattle survives I, .in Tl'ltF. RACING TO-DAY a t 11 1: . 1 r 1 f 1 1 BELMONT PARK MEADOW BROOK STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP AND 5 OTHER STIRRING CONTESTS rillKI' lt r. Al ::io V, M, xrolrlLJr!;,lZ,r.,V''7,rl,nl,a Station. Md Ml and 7th Ao N" I'll' -Ae., llnsiklMi at Jitnand 111 InteriaN up to um I'. M Also bj trillion hprilal f ur Itesrrieil fur i.him. n.. .11 it,... -....i... GRAND STAND AND PADDOCK, $3 LADIES, $1.50 DOWLING HAS LEAD IN MATCH WITH M'LEAN Scnrsdnlo Pro. On ins .Murgln of 2 tip on Dliiiwomlic Mini Over Lntter's Cotirsp, Vonkms, June 6. .lack ttoul.ng, the Scarsdale professional, picked up n'f'i of two holes In the llrsl half of n,, seventy-two hole home arid Inline mateh with (leorgo McLean of Iiunnonrli, played to-day on the iMinwoodlc link.' Ills victory on his oni,inf nt's rours, makes It look ns though Howling a get the hlg end of the f.on pmc when the second half of ihe match Is com pleted nt Scarsdale to-morrow A stymie, that lllllo trouble maker tn which few of the medal play loutn; pr. fesslonaUs nre accustomed, cropped up rn the first hole to-day and cost Dmsl'r.i nn easy chance to halve tho hole Hcirir in tho lead didn't suit McLean, honeie for he got behind a ttoo on the .o,onl hole nnd let Uowllng square the mat. 'i They reached the turn with Pnuhnir 1 up, nnd the little Scarsdale linmeorti maintained that advanlngo to tho eri of the round. The curds; MI5IININC. HOCND, Jack Dowllng, icarilale. Out i 4 4 R 3 I 4 3 4 -l (Icorge McLean, Dunwoodlei 0u,V",i 4 6 4 7 3 4 3 4 f- Dowllng: ,n;;v 3St36445 r. 44- McLean: In 2 4 l 3 4 4 h s JJ;i i no nest goir of the match n. l',a011 going out In the afternoon, ea'h 'caching the turn III lie Mi-Le.-in aralr, ' '! ol,. .hs"? but Howling soon regained his lead sr.ii was 1 tip at the ninth. Coming In Mc Lean squared the match a couple of times, on the second occasion be goum, a ten foot putt down for a 2 on the thirteenth, but he lost the next thre. principally by poor putting and would have been 3 down nt tho end had no: Dowllng missed a two foot putt on lh home green. Tho best shot of the day was played by Dowllng on the fourteenth. Ills drive landed In the rough m the r.cht of the course nnd his onlv route to t-e green was nt-- a lowering trre h made the shot In splendid style and oa the hole. The cards: AKTKHNOON P.OPND. DouHnr Out 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 1 4-.U McLean: Out 3 4 4 4 3 i 4 4 43. Dawllr.s ; In . ... .3 4 4 4 ( 4 1 4 6 -JT Ml McLean: In 1 1 ! ! S S I -; vi GREAT NECK EASY VICTOR. ilr Hnndlenii nnil a llcmlng In I'lplllK Itiii-k I'iiIm 'I'rmii. In the second game for tho HemrMrid cups In the Meadow Hrnok polu tou- mcnt yesterday afternoon, tho Ore c Neck team, although :illmWn,- i handlo.ip, defeated Piping Hook 12 t. ""i noils McVlttey, the (Vifornia who hmtight out a ory neat sit f 1 mount, was the only pla.er to .cor.- Piping Ito.-k. Wing mid.. ,i t against this team, which accounts for tne traction in the tally. No. : for Piping Ho, k wriM pi,,.. I . P ,vl'' Sl,,"'" '-S'-hardt. who took C Place of Joseph P (irace. Mr lKelurl- .. i. ........ ...1 .V. n" n.ts jusi ,-irriven mini I 111 e. IS I first South American to Mslt this count I " '"" "as well mount-1 ith a g.ay. a hay and two chostnu-s t whlch arrhed from South Amorl .month ago and have become thorough'. acclimated within that period Th" fouh Ametlcat, ptoe,l a en.. lilttor. but with tho others he did not very rffoctlve work, owlnw tn xhr '" nature of the pltiy ntimnc four, who were nlavinir tocother f. r c. ti'"1 time. Lack of team cohesion a ditrlment to hlin. as well as to .l.m-- I'atk, the steeplechase rider Mr. who is an especlilly hard hitter 1 to S. Hryce Wing, the hunting man. wo ' comparative novice at polo Th- lineup . tiroat No. 1: - No 1 W Ilus.eii r, , . i"- WZniiut,?'? t '''L I T hrn.5' ClaVi. "'. "'"Sli ' " " ' Piping Hoik No 1. .Iinpe. i-nri, b st.'rt Iglohiii.lt t. v. llreat Neek llo.iU omned. 1. r ii:r Uu" Wotty? COLUMBIA FACES PENN TO-DAY. 111 1 III I'.ipoetrd in I'lleh Xunn'l plelninn In l.nal llmiie liiimi. Columbia will play Us Una s ,n-e c,--to-day with Pennsx lvaina "r 1 commencotiienl dav Joust - Quaker nine. Fully I.OOn - , W'1 ' "e " "" Moil- to the game the ,-las.. pa- , all the accompanying nun. h x place While the Pennsj .x-an'i gan -ends the season for C0I111.1 . leally mark tho beginning c stretch of games this e.i- p. Snlurdav the Hlue nnd Uh'e m:,lt" 11 trip In In, e t ornililalile Hn.wn nine. ,vh h knocking everbody oe. -, ' "e'uiuble for tho cU'mplnti.l, 1 I ' "l-nhM's flr-l opponen, T make Its (list trip In tin e play at Promlence on Satutd Pollowitig the Drown game will mtet I'nlon. It P I . Wi ' . 1 tean and Cornell. The ('.- will bo on June 21, roiiiimi! . . at Ithaca. Manager I'ornn.i 1 nrrange a game with Hat it' Dip, but failed to reach an concerning 11 date on h.. h t,. , contest The gnme lih tho I'.,! , e Monday x.i. filled off I.e. . 1 interfeie w .til class d 1 (leorgo Smith probah w 1 p Splelman of IV1111 to. .la T , between the tun teams .' tungs tn a tie, 2 to 2. Eastern la-iiBiio He. nit llr.dgi port 7 . llartfoi l.nn, 2 New London. Woriosler. 6. l.iiwren... Sprlnglleld. 1" New 11. gainei SprltlKdel 1. 5 . So II .- . r , game 1 rrnsperl Park H11.el1.1ll I - Euclid Si hool 7 llr . P s 111. r, p Hangers, 11 It.xlht Tiitr, 1