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THE SON, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1916.
Giants Hit Alexander So hard He Quits the Game Yankees Shut Out the AthleticsDodgers Lose, 6tp 2
FISHER TAKES HIS
TURN AT SHUTTING
OUT THE MACKMEN
Combination of Finn Pitching.
Shrirp Fielding and Timely
Hitting Wins for Yanks.
BAKKK. M.YOEE, PIPP AND
ORPRON BOMBAI.P lU'SII
PmilapelI'MIA, dune SO. All't fish that
Cornea to the Yankees' net no Ion as
they oulclaiM the Mackmen a they have
the. last three day. There's never any
telling when one of these tall end worms
Is nolng to turn, but the flsli or worms,
a the case may be, were a snap, a cinch
nd it picnic for the Yankees again to
day. The leaders put over another shut
out while beating the basement dwellers,
the, acore being to 0, They have
blanked the dungeon denizens twice In
na many successes day.
The battle this afternoon. If It can be
.iim..i 1... n n-n a ,n !,Ih.i
encounter In which Hay Flaher returned
to form as an artisan of the eminence
and completely outdid Joe Hush as pur--eyor
of serves. Hush stood the Yankees
on their heads when he faced them In
New York last time, but they kept their
normal psychological poise to-day and
stood on their feet, standing there, they
belted Hush peverely and In clusters,
and got runs without any back breaking
Oesldes the excellent hitting of the
Yanks and the trp top pitching of Fisher,
who had good control and made the
Athtctlm scatter their hlngles so that
they were thinly spread out, the New
Yorkers fielded with aplomb and accu
racy. They were, In short, a well bal
anced l.all club playing good ball, even
nnuKn win uir? u. " i""""" J"""
meir annua iuijn iiiiuinuiiuuy cnciiitr.
Raker anil MaaTFf In I'orm.
The Baker-Mage combination was
working well again and was early In
the field with hits which promoted run
getting. It went Into action In two dif
ferent Innings and while conducting the
birrden of the attack, was flanked by
Ilpp nnd Gedcon and their bale sticks.
Haker, whose leg Is behaving badly
again, was excused after he had made'
two two baggers, both off of fdow balls. 1
Mack did some rearranging of his
little boys, l.awry. a fast youth, was i
at second base. l.awry miwt not be. con-
fused with the other second baseman '
familiarly known as Uirry, This Lawry I
lad. or lad of I.awrVs. Is one-third
I.arrv'i! s ze nnrl tnree times as rast.
He made n few nmazlng stops to-day. as
did King, who was shifted to short.
The Yanks' dally first Inning charge !
ot under wav with a pass to High. Peck
orctd High, but PIpp tripled to the right
field wall and scored Peck. Baker .
doubled to right and scored Pipp and
was out trying to score on Mager a
alngle to Schang, King made a wonder-
fill stop of Cedeon's base hit In the sec- 1
ftMfl Innlnv V.,, Ihr.n' Inln (h. rnt ) .1
and Ged gadded tn second.
He came In
on two infield outs.
nithmiley r.lnilr I'nranera.
A run by Ollhooley In the fifth Inning
waa made under peculiar circumstances.
It waa the result of foxy shuttling up
and down the base lines by Gllhooley
and High while everybody on the home
team except the outfielders was trying
to run down one or the other of the ab
breviated but elusive New York gents,
There was more weaving back and form
on the lanes and chasing and throwing i
and dodging than In any previous runup
this season, nnd It wasn't oer until the I
.ew lorKers nan accompiwueu invir (
purpose of getting a run. '
Gllhooley tripled his way tn third. He ,
headed for the plate when High Jumped I
a grounder to Howe, itowe s throw
turned him hack and the chase was on.
They couldn't catch (111 to sav?( them
elves, nnd while he was dancing for
ward and backward High reached third.
Thereupon fill flitted back to that bag
still untouched and High drew the pur- I
suit to himself by back pedalling for
rccond. Hy the time High wns pinched,
Korn to Meyers to King to Mctnnls to
l.awry to Mrtnnla, Ollhooley was pant
ing Z.I the plate.
Haker doubled In the sixth. Mage
singled, Gedeon beat out an Infield hit,
Ntinamaker singled and Hush, after the
Plata had been left entirely uncovered
by Meyer, when Ollhooley Jabbed the
t-.ii II to the Infield, made a wild throw to
firt trying to nip Oil. Three mora runs.
NF.W YORK (A I.)
PHILA. (A t.)
ah r Ii n a ri
Ollhool'y.rf 4 1 1 2 0 0 t.ary.:b
Hlih.lf 4 00 3 OO Klnz.a...
an r n
n a e
4 0 1 0 7 0
4 0 1 2 4 1
Peekl'ah.n MOO : 1 Stnink.cf... 40 3
Fll)i."lh 411 0 0 Rehani.lf.... 30 1 J 19
llaker.Sh. 3 1 5 n I o Mclnnia.lb.. 4 0 o 14 10
tifione.n,,, i o o o u " aian.ri... idq i on
Maiee.cf... 4 1 !
I OOKnwe.Sh 400
Niltiam'er.e 4 0 1 4 10
Fl.her.p.... 40 t 0 3 0
uuah.p 3 0 0 0 1 1
Total J4 127 II 2
Tnlal.,.3;7 10 27 II 1
New York 2 1 0 0 1 S 0 0 0-7
rirst baa on errors New York. 1! PhHadel.
phla. I lyft on bawja-New York. ! Phlla.
dflplila. t. Plral hae on balla Off fiuah, 2.
Struik nut Hy Fliher, 5: by Hush. 3. Three
h.r hlla Jillhooley, Pipp Two baae hits
tlaker. 2. Double playa Ilaker. Oedeon and
Pipp! Gedeon and Pipp Hit by pitched ball
Tly Ki.her (Schani). Karned runt Off Buh.
I. 'Umpire In chlef-OXouahlln. Field urn-plre-lllldebrand.
Time 1 hour and 40 mln
Vlra. WHITE SOX DEFEAT TIGERS.
roll Pltchea Fine f.anie and Win
liy Srorr of B to SI.
Chicago, June 30. ftcott plUdied tho
YV'hlte, 8ox to -mother victory over the
Tlgeri thla afternoon, The score was
5 to 2, In the ninth Scott passed Cobh
with two down and Veach and Craw
ford tripled, scoring two runs. Jack
aon singled In the second for the Sox
and ncorcd on two Infield outs. In
the next stanza two errors and two
passed balls counted two runs without a
hit. In the eighth a pass, 11 single and
a double gave the Kov two more. The
DETROIT (A I.) CHICAflO (A I.
ah r h p a ei ab r Ii p a e
Vltt.Jb, . 4 0 0 2 r, OlFelprh.ef . 3 1(1 I 00
IllUh.as..., 30 0 1 1 0'W'ver ,2b 4 00 3 4 0
Kavan'lh. 1 00 0 0 0 K. Collins 2b 3 00 f, 0 0
llrllnian.rf. 4 00 0 0 Oljaruaon.lf ,2 2 2 1 00
Gobbet.,,, 311 2 0 O'J. Colllnn.rf. 2 1 1 3 0 .1
Veach.lt.... 4 1 1 2 0 "IFournler.Ib. 3 0 2 I 00
Crawf'rd.lh 4 0 1 11 OO'Sehslk.o..., 4 0 1 3 0 0
Young.Tb... 3 00 2 4 0.V. K'ln'i.Sb. 20 0 0 1 1
Rnrn 100 0 oolWrltlrt 1 00 0 3 0
lanage.c,, 30 1 4 2 O'Scott.p. . 1 1 0 0 2 0
Daun.li 20102 2 .
1 Totals 27 6 6 27 10 1
' Tolala., .33 2 5 21 14 2;
Batted for Ttuh In the ninth Innlnr
lllalled for Young In Ihe ninth Innlnr
DmnM , .,, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
fhlcano, 01200002 x 5
Two bate hlta-JacUion, Koiiruter, Thrre
niia-taiiaie, Jackaoii. Veach. Oaw
ford Sacrifice hilt Fi lieli, J, Collins Stolen
1iae-K. Colllm. Cobb. Struck nut ll
Hallu. 3, br Send I, Pnulile i!hj Villi,
eaier ana rourmer; rnuur ami traaford.
Mild pllrh Pan. 1 Paaeed balla Stanaze,
Pniplre In lile f-Nllln Field umpire
Crant Time. I hour and thirty. two mlmitrn
American Aaaaclatlna Re.tilla.
! sauket, T, MlnnapoII. I
Kir.a. city. I, HI. Paul, n.
Tlnn 1 lyiumvllla, 4,
( :mli'i. Pi Indianapolis, t.
'GIANTS' SIXTH VICTORY AT
i . HOME ROUTS ALEXANDER
Jeff Tesreau in Trouble, but Champion Pitcher of Na
tional League Has More Troubles, Some of
Which Are Caused by Robertson.
When the Ulanta bchae there Is
simply no end to their politeness. They
entertained the Phillies In most elabor
ate, fashion yesterday afternoon, even
going no tar as to excuse Alexander or
better, making the champion pitcher of
the National League excuse himself
In the fifth Inning. The score waa 4 to
3 for a change In favor of the Giants.
The sixth home victory of the year
made the rubber of the five game scries
a prlxe for this afternoon's holiday bat
tle. A red letter day, forsooth, was thla
whirling, swirling pastime In the shade
of Cooann't rock. It seethed and hissed
with action and threatened to boll over
on Illg Jeff Tesreau several times dur
ing the two hourn and more that It took
the Ozark mastodon to subjugate
three of Moran's sterling boxmen. Hut
what most nplealed to the crowd was
that unusual Mpectncle of Alexander the
Great taking himself out of the fray,
Sometimes the Ulanti beat the Quakers.
Once in a while they take the measure
........ - . -. - - - ...... . . . -
andrr quit under fire.
Davey Robertson, an agile and eagle
eyed outfielder as good as they
come, had much to do with the un
common concern of I'at Moran's strong
man. In the fifth Inning with one out
and one on Davey slathered one of
Alec's best attempts at a curve with such
lm and vigor that It brought up against
the paling In deep right centre. Robert
son, who is somewhat of a sprinter when
isockit and home runs hang In the balance,
shinned It all the way around the pillows
before the spheroid could be retrieved.
Alexander linn Knnagh.
Thls cannon lik, llrlvA ,nat hurtled to-
ward the barrier like a good golf drive,
rlwlnw In II,, In 1ntnn n If rlenrerl the
frantic spring of Hancroft. gave the Giants ,
a two run lead for the second time. Not
only that, but.lt took the gimp out of the
big fellow. Doyle maced him for a
single. He lost Art Fletcher, who had
driven home the first brace of Olant
counters, it was then that Alexander
decided that be had had enuuiili.
An a matter of fact Alexander was a ;
lucky man to get off as lightly as he
did. From the start the (Hants took
kindly to his speed and nl.ints. In the
very first Inning Kaurt made hltted '
back up against the left wall for a I Doyle got In front of Hancroft's rap. The
wallop that would have cleared had ltPcore:
carried ten feet further. Ilancroft'a piitLA (V h NEW YORK N L )
error on Merkle'a slam. McKechnle's , brpaei" ' abr'h pse
lnirU anA ti m In Koeher filled the Pi.k.rl r(. 1 o 1 1 0 0 O.rtiirnn If.. 3:1 0 oo
with urn out In the second. e-
hoff went clear to the bag for Tesreau's !
terrific attempt. He killed off a base
lilt and trceed the midway for a force
play, retiring the edde. It was one to a '
million that the second sacker could shut '
off the. two Intending run.
The Giants got two In the third. They 1
might have had a lot more had Davey
Hobertson taken Mn wallop Instead of
trying to sacrifice. Hobertson came up ,
. T.-...re V...! .In.l.t
J"5' a"rr "u lu "-"'."r ""'?r
with none out. Ills aiiempieo. saennce
was ft dinky popup to Alexander. Thc
runners were finally tient along on
Doyle's grounder to Nlehoff. Fletcher
did the rest. His long single to left re- i
,. . . vwi. itnrn. nna ICioff Arthur I
lueemed both Hums and Kaurr. Annur
I stole second, but Merkle was called out
n-.ii,. i. - ..!.-. no.
Walk On! of IMtrber Bom.
Alexaruler got In wron-r by pausing
Hums at the beginning of tne nun. 1 or
i ttnhertson contributed his pretty home
Results of Yesterday's
Big Leagues and
New York, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
Roaton. . Ilroiikljn. 2.
I'lttaburc, 3, f'lnrlnnall. 2
St. Ixiuls. 1; 'hlcHo. 3
DETAILED STANDING OF THE t'l.LHS.
i I J I
. CIXIU J A r
c E 5
Brooklyn W S
Philadelphia.. 4 J
New York 4 1 J
Pllttburr 2 l 3
Chicago 3 2 3
Cincinnati.... I 1 I
St. Loula 3 3 I
Oamta lost.... 23 ;!'2T
k i -1
C i -
30 .14 ,ir,n
?n ay inn
Philadelphia In New York,
llrooklyn In Union (two tame).
Chlungo In St. Loula (two jjamesl.
Pltliurg In Cincinnati.
FIGHT WHEN MAYS IS
ACCUSED OF 'BEANING'
MclWiilc Throws Bat at Hotl
Sox Pitcher and Agnow
WAMii.MiTo.w June 30. The Ited Sox
defeated the Senators, to 1, here this
afternoon, hut the victory was only n
side show compared to the near riot
which took place durlmr ttie third In
ning when Mcltrlde, tho Washington
Hhortntop. threw a hat at Pitcher Mays
of the Red Sox, claiming thnt Mays tried
to hit him purposely.
Mcllrldn was hit on thc arm and with
Manager flrllllrli walked to the lox for
a chat with Mays. Harsh words were
uttered by this pair and In a twinkling
both teams were on the field. Catcher
Agnew, resenting a remark, came to
blows with the Washington manager
and the police, arrested Agnew, taking
him to the nearest station house,
whero cauli lioiids were required for Ag
new's appearance In court to-morrow
morning. Agnow Ih charged with disor
derly conduct and assault.
The Washington players claim that
Mcltrlde was Justified In hurling hie
hat lit Mays and say they are wirry lie
dlil not hit him. Mays, the firlffmen
claim, boasted that h would "Nun" Me
Hrldc before Hie game started, as thef-e
men U'i'Hiiie mixed up In an argument
Cmplre. Connell) banished Manager
Cariigmi In the flrel Inning, and I'm
I.MNTH TIMMl WITH I'HIKMIKI.rHIA.
Jin. r, si, row uruunua. aiiiii, w, hi'
run after Kauff fouled to Stock. The
big fellow walked out of the box dls
gutited so soon as he passed Fletcher
following a single by Doyle. George
Chalmers came to the rescue and put
the brakes down hard. A force at third
and nn easy Infield pop stopped the last
Crarath Ha Mighty Hat.
Hut for Oavvy Cravath, In the throe
of a brainstorm of hitting, big Jeff Tes
reau would have next thing to an after
noon off. The wooden shod son of the
Sierras took unto his column no less
than three, or one-third, of the base hlta
Tesreau allowed. Two of these were
more damaging than all the seven others
Hut for Oavvy the rersplrlng Tesreau
might easily have taken to himself his
second shutout of the week. In the
lourtn Jim after stock- riau scratcneu
a puny hit to Larry Doyle the Quaker ,
fence buster drove far over nobertson is
head to the right field exit. It would
have been a homer for most any other
player. Cravath negotiated third base .
.... ...... .
.... ... .-
tr pie was converted Into a tying run
;n.Pra',at!, bt DoI5 " l?llU return
of ,V.,nit,eJ " oo""'1," to the plate.
lth one out In the eighth Inning
navvy broke looso again and put nis
team altogether too close for comfort. ,
This time he saved himself the trouble
of waddling at top speed around the
pillows. He hooked a pitch Into the left ,
field bleacher for C home run. 1
Outside the great Cravath menace Tes-
reau neio. nis enmo wru in nnnii. ..111-
.... .. t. . 1 I ,M
ton Stock nicked the big fellow for a
single with two out In the first and then
stole sernn.l. Oavvv's best this time was
a wicked welt right at Doyle. Alexander
tripled to centre as a starter In the
l third. Merkle held the pitcher on third i
wniie ne reiirea i-asnen aionr. r.n-
cher took Mehoffa mean bounce and
nipped Alexander at the plate. Mehorf
was caught stealing
CrTth Mniiles In Slatn.
Paskert singled with only one out In
tll nfth bul .-,hoff lined to Kauff and
1,,,. fouid to Kocher. Cravath pried
tnft fXtl, 001(. wth (nKe. I.uderus
'forced him. Hobertson collared flies
Koth Whltted nnd Kllllfer.
.Mier Lravmn uunir .un -mi .
out In the eighth, Luderus singled to 1
centre. Good ran for him. Whltted
f,,rr.,i rino.1 then stole second. Hut
ienon.D., n . uiuh.i.i.
4 11 : 00
si'ii?: Li ' ;i; f airi.li. -k 2 n ; ? 1
Luilerm'.lb". 40! s 0 0 Fleleherin.. 30 1 I 3 0
r.nod.lf 0 00 0 OA'Merkle.ib .. 4001J no
S,h' '4' ' J 2 J J Ko?h re In'o i
kmu.""'" 400 J lOTr.reau p '300 0 8 0
01 1 0 01
Chalmers.p. 0 0 0 0 0 01
Total, n is r: i: i
jftJJ'JfJ, n0J n ir
tu.iiurna ' too 0 001
Totals .37 .T T I $1
'natted for Chalmers in ll.e M-enth inniiif.
tiiat,,i tor Mayer In the ninth innlnr I
New York.. oo:o:noo x I
y,ri ba.e on error-l'tulailelphia. I: New
York. I Left on bav Philadelphia. :. Nt
York. " Home rune Cravath. Hobert.on
na nit-Cra!atli. Abxancler To
b,. hll-Botrton Flrat ba.e on lial1-0!f
Alexander. 3 struck mit-iiy .iexamier. 4;
ny tnainierw. 1. y .'iji.rr. 1. vj irrru. 1.
Slnl.n bsaea. stock, Whltted, 3. Fletcher
Hil -Ort Alrxander. : In four and nne.ihlrd
I ' "!'' ! ""n'. '!'.. a'"L.'w.':
rmr,rP chlef-gultrley Field umpire
nrron. Time-: houra and l mlimlea
Games in the Two
Standing of the Clubs
Nw York. ": Philadelphia, e
'leeland. 2. Ft, lenult, 1
'hlcago, 6. Detroit, :
Ilo.ton, a, Vahlngton, 1
DETAILED STAND1SO OF THE tl.ima,
S !' j
" 1 a
t : t
E 1 8 1 k
I New York.
10 37' W ai7
5 34t 15 .W
I 3.1 79 A3?
I, 34 30 Ml
9 34 .IO; Ul
7 31 .17' 3I
: ?( ,in .4141
I 43 .33
Gamea lost .
: 21 30 30 321
14 41! 244
To-day 'a Bchedulo.
New York In Philadelphia.
Ilo.ton In Waihlnston.
Unroll In Chicago.
it. l.oula In Cleveland.
plre Owens not only put McRrlde out
of the game, hut chased Huth to the
When Agnew swung on Orlfflth It
looked ns If a free for all light would be
In progress, hut cooler heads separated
the belligerents. The score;
R03TON (A. L.) IWASHINOTON (A. I..)
ab r h p a e ab r h p a e
Hnoper.rf.. 5010 (1 oMoeller.rf ., 400 0 00
llarr.ai.,,, 4 0 0 2 a 0 .Koater.Sb.,,. 411 I 10
l.ew'!i If,... 4 1 1 0 00 Mll.lll.cf.. 401 r, 00
llobllta'l.lb 4 1 1 14 0 0'shank,3b ., 3 0 0 2 0 0
Walker.cf., 4 2 3 2 0 OjWIIIIann.tb. 4 0 0 r, 10
nardner,3b, 4 2 2 1 2 1iJumirson.lt, 20 0 3 0 0
Scott. s 3 0 2 0 3 0llenry,c,, .. 3 0 0 5 11
Thomaa.c, 3 0 0 t 1 0 Mcllrlde.aa., 0 0 0 2 20
Maya.p 4 0 0 0 2 0 Sawyrr.sa ,. 1 0 0 2 1 0
-liauiu.p 200 1 2 0
Totala 35 4 10 27 17 I "Rice 0 0 0 0 0
Ajrcra.p. ... 000 0 0 0
ISIiaw.p,, .0 0 0 0 0 0
I Tolala 2! 1 2 27 II
Hailed for Gallia lu Ihe elrhlh Innlnr.
Do. Ion , 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 46
'Waahlnrton 0 0 o 0 o o 1 o 0 t
Earned runa Waahlnzlon. 1; Iloatnn. 6. itt
nn haaea Waahlnrton, 4: Ilo.ton. 4. First haae
on balla Off Mai.. 2 lllla-Oft Oallla, 0 tn
eight Innings: on Ayera. 4 (none out In ninth
I mil na 1 ; off Shaw, none In nne innlnr. Struck
out By Ottilia. 3; by Shaw. 1; hy Maya. 4.
Two baae hlla -Gardner. Walker, 1I. Sac.
rifles hits Shauka. Sacrifice llr-Thomaa.
Stolen baaea Sawyer. Harry. Gardner, Scott.
Hit by pitched ball Ry Maya. Ij by Ayera. 1,
Umpire In rhlef Owens. Field umpire-Connolly,
Time 2 houra.
rarlflr Coast league Itraulta.
Oakland. 1; Han Francisco. 'J.
Salt Ijtke, Oj Vernon, 1 I Drat gaina).
Salt latke, '.'i Vrrrion, ,1 laecond game).
l,oa A ngtlea-I'orl latnl - Italii,
South Atlantic la-ague llr.iilla.
Pharleaton, I; Colmnlila, 0
AiiaruxtH, H; Jarkxonvllle, 7.
Montgomery, fl; ('olumbua, 2.
Macon, 3; Mhany, 0,
lrglnla la-ague Rraiilla.
Pnerslmrg, 'J: Newport N,hi, I.
.Oortunoulh, 'Jj Hopewell, o.
Iloi-ky mount Norfolk llalii,
New York Ntate league Me.iiln.
Kcranlmi, 0; llarrlHtiurf , 4
ninflianilnn. U; HyrHcu.e, 'J
lllmlra, II; title. 0.
Wllhcrharre, I; Albany,
1 t llj 2
1,1 1 1)1
t J 2
3 2t 7 4 4
3 3' 7 3 3
1 11 1 1
7 4) I 4 7
1 2 4 3 1 2!
BRAVES DON'T BAIT 'NEW YORKERS KEEP
UMPIRE THIS TIME! CLAY COURT CROWN
Mai Kason Hives Them Every
Close Decision and They
DELL RECEIVES FOUNDING
fliam tuna 1A fliaM wd nn miM I
for complaint from any Bostonlan re-,
ftardlng the umpiring at to-day's game '
between the Dodgers and the Braves. 1
which the home team won by C to 2. '
To the onlookers even- close decision by ,
Mat Bason appeared to he In Boston's
favor. No one has put In a claim to
Hos Stalling'!! offer of 110 to any fan .
who could mention an lnetar.ee during I
the past four years where Mai did ,
not decide ngnlne-t Boston when It wasl
n!n nn.i ini
Just what Hank O'Day said to Presl-
dent Percv llnuchtnn after loJiv'i
";. ..I .,
a Pvrnt, Hank caIled out to Percy as I
,ne lMr WM J(.av m bojt K
on, fn, that h wiUltr,, to kn0w how
the. local magnate liked to-day's umplr-
,nh. n,.v, , w rlnn, n.n In '
ni vuiiiii nu u
.a uveiy anil iimeiy tasnion and urcause
1 of fTt0 h th Do(I(C,., innk r.owdy
,hlt the centre field fence In the third for
trl,p m, s,orC(, the nr8t run whUe
I Cutshaw was throwing out Marnnvllle.
Th(. vNtor, tied It up during th
fourth on strnKPlv double and Wheat's
,ner , xhf reotr ,)0ar(1 for lhTff,
,n Ho(,on.,, h.,If c!mlthi atM. forclnst
Maf(1Pi had ,,,nBtdi H.ole recon(.
Io tottered home when Snodgrass hit
I" - ' .......
11.11 t..,, 1 1 . il tuav,.n n ,1,. .1.1 h
., ..,. , .,,.. l0,1Che.i for
a ,,ouble a id a single ami there were I
.'!?.. . 'Hf.' .. "J....?":
Jumble' crountg' or rr I T,",:
rJnoU,vn Bnt P11? ,n ,h. etlfh,u nn I
,ni,..,.n', Z,J ,..?.
pack.r nltl tll, nraves added another
ru , , h lf , s d , ubl .
off , . ... . . ho on
(Jowdy's single. Tho score.
BROOKLYN (N I..) POSTON IN. Li
ab r h i a .lb r h p a e
Johnntnn.rf us o 0 4 Mar'villr.x so: : 11
Daubert ih. 0Oi: 0 1 Kver.:b. jot : : 0
Slnrrlrf. 1? A oiCollin.rf
400 o oo
10 1 l 00'
Tiet,It 40 11 O0Maiee.f
Morey,3ri. 40 1 1 1 Konetchr.lb 4 10 i: I 0 . evidence of hl being tired after his long
C,it,haw.:b 4 00 : ( 1 -mtth.'.b.. .310 1 40 rde from jf.w y,,,, tu. nnc(. thc matcn
MiniVc"" iS i J;An-rtr,r;,C' HI i 2J"tarted he was the most active man on
Mlller.C. .. 3 o: 0 : 0 flowdr.r,. , 4 33 3 SOl.u- . ,u .-..I,. 1 1.
,. ... . ,,.
H)'.Mr. ... 1 00 0 0 0!
Malls.p,. . 000 0 1 01 Totits
Total... .34 : ! :4 14 I
tlatted for Dell in the elhth innlnf
t 0 3 0 1 Zi i
iv 3 0 i x s
Ilo.ton 0 0 11
To ba hit" Stenjel. 5: Godr. Snod-
I;;::1 i.:,T"5-Y.Z,3i-''?: s1V -
nflce hit-Barnes Double plar-Oody and I
Mwanville. I-ft on baseaKrooklyn. 3; '
llnaion, Itaae on balla-Off ivll. 1 Struck '
out-lly Dame.. : Pa!-e. Hall Miller Uni-
Mre in cnie 1 i nay Held umpire Kion
Time-! hour and torly-four mlnutei.
PIEH COMES BACK AND
QUIITC AIIT UIIQTI UDC '
linll I l U1J I nliftl LrillLI
1 ...... I... .1 i... t.. ii..,...!
....!.. w.ii ... a iiv.iuipHj. cisfornlans and the latter pair
Dny. Ilo nt Rovftiifo
Newark 2. Itnchetter. e
1 Huftaln. lrovnleri'r. 1
Richmond. 22, Haltlmore. 3
Standing of the I lub.
W I. PC
lrnwdenoe x'i 19 l Newark
, llalltmore 30 ii ,M Toronto
Mluftalo. i7 26 .VYj'Montreal
I Illchmond :s 27 .Ws.Knthetier
' To-dar'a Srhedule.
Prorldetire In Newark (two rameti
Illchmond In Haltlmore Mwo rame.i
Hoinettrr In Toronln (two tame.i
Nkwahk. June 30 -Cy Pleh. who w;,
hammered off the slab In two Innings by
tl.p Hustlers yesterday, was sent back
nt them In.ilav hv Manaa-er Tennev and
hut them out : to 0. Cv allowed olcht
lilts, one a nounie and anotner a triple.
but they were scattered through seven
Innings and consequently did no dam-
Fred Herche, who opposed the former
Yankee, held the Indians to five hit", but
only because the men behind him cap
tured a number of raps that looked like
sure hits. They put up a fielding game
that would have been creditable to cham
picn. The score:
NEWARK. I ROCIIESTKR
ah r h p s el ab r h p a e
Cable.Cb. .. 3 0 2 6 0 ot Karrell.ef 101 : 10
Iiurjin.lb.. 3 1 2 Ii 20!McAuly.M. 300 2 II
.Mi1an.11.... 310 1 11 i);Mn;ir,rl ... 101 1 00
Witter.rf. . 2 0 1 2 0 0 Jvnbaen.lf. 4 0 2 2 0 0
I Callahan. cf 200 3 OOllolke.lh, . 4 0 1 1 1 00
, Zlm'man.3h 3 0 0 1 3 01 Melln.-h. , 4 01 1 3 0
llealry.aa. 3 0 0 4 4 0 Il-.ltty.3l. 30 1 1 10
r.ran.e 300 4 :oiniec, 300 1 jo
lleh.p. . 30 0 1 OOjllcrche.p, . 30 1 0 2 0
Totala ..23 2 6 27 11 0! Tolala.. 32 0 84 II 2
I Uncheitrr 00000000 00
I Newark. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 x 2
Sacrifice hll-Wliter Sacrifice fiy-Callahan.
Slolen banea Duririn. Jaceib.cn, Two haae
hita Wilier, Durnn. Realty Thrre haae hit
Moan. Fir.t bo- 011 balla-Off Pieli, 2; off
Hen he. 1 Struck out-lly IVn. 2. Double
playa Zimmerman and Cable; Farreit an.l
tlolke, Firt ba.e on errora Newark. ly(l
on baiea Newark. 2; Rochtiler. 7, Umpire
In chief Rranafirld. Field iimpire-Keenau
Time 1 hour and 2i miiuilea.
CARDINALS WIN FROM CUBS.
l.onla llrfrata Chlraaro
Score of ,1 lluna to a.
Mt. Lotus, Mo., June 30. Thc Cardl
nals defeated tho Cuba to-day, 3
On a walk, a sacrifice, a steal nnd a
single Ht, Louis scored a run In the first,
and a scratch hit, a slnglo and n wild
throw helped the Cardinals to two more
In the fourth. The visitors tied the ncore
in tho fifth on a single, a triple nnd a
homer by Williams. In tho Mxth Hie
Cardinal scored two runs on two alngles
und a triple. The score;
CHICAGO (N. I,.) I ST. LOUIS (N. I.)
ab r h p a el ah r h n a e
Zeiiler.3b... 4 0 0 2 2 0ReUfl,2b.. 411 3 30
Flack.rf, .. 3 00 2 IA lieachrr.lt. 310 2 10
Zwllllntr.cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 I.nnr.rf.. ,. 50 o 00
Sehulte.lt,, '3 0 0 2 1 PMIIIer.tb.. , 2 00 9 00
Knabe,2b... 4 112 3 IIHnruahy.sb. 4 0 1 1 to
Zlin'rman, 1 00 0 OOlNinllh.cl,,., 412 3 oo
"aler.lb, 3 0 2 SOlHnyder.e, .. 412 0 0
Fiteher.c, 2 114 1 1 Corhati.aa.. 4 11 3 4 0
Clemena.c 1 0 0 2 1 o'lioak.p,.,,. "0 1 0 10
Mulllr'n.ia 3 0 0 2 S lltWIIaon... I 00 0 0 0
Seaton.p,,, 100 0 2 OlMcadoma.p., 100 A 00
IWHllnma., 11100 01 .
Itcndrlx.p. 101 1 00 Tolala, 31 51227 0o
Total. ,.31 3 H 21 19 If
llalleil for Knube lu the ninth innlnr,
IH.illed for Healon lu Ihe fifth Innlnr
litnimi iiir leian 111 ine aixin lllllinr,
f'hlcam. . , .00003000 o3
bl leiilla, 10 0 20200x111
Two haae hit Kiachrr Three bae hH.
Sairr. tlorlian. Hume run-Wlllluni.' lt
nlaya Mulligan, .nilrr. Miilllran and Kiml
Iteizri. i.oriian ami .tuiirr, rirai lluie nn
balla- Of! Ilrudrii, 3; nil Peatnn, f; nil Mea.
ilnwa. I Ntlllck nut Hy lln.iU, I; hy lira.
. Inn. 2; bv llendrix, I Sacrifice hit
1 Readier Stolen bae lletiel, Rcchir, Mil
ler umpire hi cinci mcni rieiij liminrc
Fmslie, Time 2 houra,
rraanwl rarkllaaeliall Reaulla,
ihali'k F. I!.. T; Pmspect Park, t.
r Itldfe F, C 4; All Htar, 1.
Church and Mathey Defeat
Davis and Johns Easily in
Doubles Challenge Bound.
SCORE IS 75, 6 0, 02
n7 Wt ' -
Clrvklanp, June 30. George M
Church and Dean Mathey of the West
Side Tennis Club. New York, retained
the national clay court tennis, cham-
Plonshlp In doubles at the iiKcwoon
Tennis Club here to-day by defeating
Willis E. Davis and It. Van Dyke Johns
of San Francisco, In the challenge round.
three straight sets, at 7 ,
. . . ,
long experience, gleaned from many a
tournament, count heavily against the I
L..i. . I
Two matches were nlated In the first
in in mn m KintriPH 1 nr.TRd n nnvirj
ot Washington reached the final round
7n,onV S. McEU
pat "burg 1 1 straight sets at 3. 63.
Ur,K;o ! , " 1 m' e Davis In the
Ami .round .m, ro v Tflernoon and the 1
2Lr.U" , ,l.m',.r?iaJiem.0n"n 1
and Norrls Williams :d of Philadelphia ''J ' . Ml" ,Mlhl Guthrie and Mchll
the present champion, sent a telegram to rn th' . 1 lu1!!b"' ,eB,m', JT,"
the club to-day that he was on his wny I,a,'ln. ""J1 McCormlck dls-
to the Ulacler National Park anil wouin '
not defend hla title.
Three Tlionsnnd srr Mutch. I
When the p'..iy began to-day there '
were close to S.tiOO dithuslasts In the
grand stand nnd bleachers, and they
siw ome of the prettiest tennis of the
season. The Doyle-M.-Kllrny contest.
which opened the afternoon's tuognimme.
,vas not ?" Productive of spectacular pi .y
as the doubles, but the court general-
nien t. ..r.' than made up for the slam-
8. '"' pnen in mo uounies. lie
crowd n a distracted from the ,
mat.- . .,r live Line, during the i
cours- of aiternoon In- plng troop.
Mains !.im.i for the ftont. (
. . .
.tiiiuir, iiiin'.umi ii" in ill-- t.m . .
eaTly this mornln
to ! on hand when I
i his match was rat d. did not en out on
I ihe clay to try It until he and Church
prepired to turn bird; tin Californlans.
His work In tin double match gave nn
mUhT to a PU 1 to : ,lrV."ih,ir
attack against him. but found to the r
sorrow that he was remirkably steady
and deadly accurate. ;
Although Mathey had the softest sen--.
,c? of ,hc nunrtet. he was the only man
wh0 went tiro,Rh the match without'
losing on service. Church lost one game 1
on service, the sixth of the opening set.
dropping It at love. Davis loet tno In 1
the tlrst and one In the second set. while
Johns lost two in the second and two '
n the third set. 1
Champion Hate Wild Mrrak.
The champions lost no time getting ;
, M.irte.1 In a eturdy attack and stonewall
defence destined to hohl their title 1
the Callfornlnn. They took
thn' 'tralglu Ram after the loss of
the opener and seemed on the way to .1
1 HUlck victory, when they suddenly de-
vcloped a streak of wlldness. The streak
of erratic play on their part was helped
nlong by an outburst of terrific peed
nent Into the lead by taking three
nra;lil game., rile crow-J began to see
n nark outlook tor tne champions and,
as Is iiHiial with crowds, aa not korry.
for the old hankering to see the old re
I laced by the new as xery much In
The dark outlook, however, did not
last very long Mathey turned thn tide
by winning the eighth game on his own
i-ervlce and thereby tic! tho score. John"
I secutive game, the lat two of which
went to deuce.
""''"' fCt MW th" N"w Ynrll
1 team at Its best and the Californlans at .
j their worst. The outcome of It therefore
I obvloii.. Church and Mathey ran '
1 through sl straight game, with the
1 loss of only eleven points and Incident-
I nlly making a string of nine Untight
' e.-i mumi ..m
the fast.wt of the three. The Call-
fornlans fought like Trojans to slem
I the tide, but spectacular and terrific as
1 l"r'r " 1 c.ium nm m-.ii) up
the remarkable defence ct the 1 1 1 1
hol-Jers. The set was replete with sharp
and sclntlllant rallies In which all four
men crowded close to the net. Johns
won the openlrK; game and Davis the
fifth on service, hut Church nnd Mathey
took all the others, keeping one national
title at least In the liiat.
Doyle tlhnn Versatility.
, . , , ,
Doyle showed his versatility In his
match with McKllroy hy beating the
I'Hirt oin l. l,ll- HIIIIC l'l lierl
driving. I'p to this nfternoon the Wash- i
Ington player had been doing all of his
best work at the net and Iho.e who had
not seen him play prior lo this totima-
ment hnd come tn the belief that It was
the only kind of game he could play.
Kvery one wns ready enough to admit
that he played the net game In brilliant
style, but a great many wondered at
what he could do ngnliict a deep driving
attack Whatever question there may I
hnve been about his ability to cope with
the deep drives was settled this after-1
noon. Ife stood at the hae line accept
Ing the best McKllroy had to offer and
returning a little better.
I n. 1.1. n..nlA .... .1 '
Of necessity, Ihe baseline duel turned
1 out tn be a rather dull affair, for the
I rallies WPro ftUftt llllil tml k!iiiv find ttl. I
imim iiiviiri.iuiy MTniiniiiPn ny an error
In the opening set the Pittsburg player
made thirty-eight errors nnd earned ten
points, while Poyle made twenty-five
errors nnd earned only tq points. The
switch to the baseline game told on
Doyle's play In the early games of tho
opening ret, in trying to get plenty of ,
irpin in me. ri ", ne uj irimency
in meruit 111c nan ami ai a rcauii urovc
It out of bounds often enough to lose
three of the first four games.
After the fourth game, however, he
settled down and played the baseline
game with as great facility as he had
been playing the net game and ran
through the set by taking the next five
games In 11 row, Doyle wns In front
from the start In the second set while
In tho third, lifter trailing at : 4, he
brought up to even terms and gained tho
lead, 5 4, McKllroy brought the set
tn douce, but It was his limit flai-li.
Baseline tinmp Improrra,
How !olo came along with his base
line gamn. may be neon from the way he
inudo his errors. In the MrM set he had
tho greatest trouble llndlng tho depth of
court nnd nrnvn out or pounds sixteen
times while he netted only seven, lu
Hie second K't lie W.IH een up with
rigut ncin nini as many Hum nnu in tne
third set he ncllcd finirlecii times and
drove mil of bounds only Ihe limes,
The form dlHpla)cd by I'njlo In heal
Ing Church eirller In Ihe tourney mid
Ihe easy way 111 which he nil If Ik IiIh game
In nirel Hint of his oppnnriil hac made
many critics fat or him lo defeat UhvIh
to-morrow, one thing Is certain, how
ever, If Ihiyle la In form, Davla will
IV l, PC came back with sonio beautiful play In pitched his second three hit game within i r rl j o iipli "h
;I ;? J?.'1 the ninth which put Ills team In the a week by t Irllng the Indians to a 2 to o'Prfen .rt ill 0 oniterro. -
: jo !4 '""'J ollc" more, but suiierlor team work 1 victory over the Hrown. He would ' Waffiier,a 113 t Ne.r.e . f
h 31 j I prevailed again and the champions ran , hme had a s-hutout to-day but for I llineh'n.lb. 3 oo r. fl0Kill.ter.lt
lout the; tct by carrying off three con-, Kvans's error anil a paed ball. Speak- ,i",.,vli. ' , ,,
22 Hits, 22 Runs; 11
Walks in 2 Innings
BALTIMORE, June 30. Rlch
mond batted the offerinjrs of
four Baltimore pitchers hard to
day in the opening (rame of the
series, and won, 22 to 3. The
Rebels gathered a total of twenty-two
hits, six of which went for
extra bases. On two occasions
the game was halted on account
of rain, but after a wait of about
five minutes play was resumed.
Meadows, who replaced Tipple in
the sixth, issued eleven bases on
balls arid made a wild pitch in
the two innings that he occupied
the hill. Twombly began the
game as left fielder, later played
third base and wound up as
pitcher. I he score:
n il e
e o s o : s i -n n i
Batteries McKenery and
Reynolds; Newton, Tipple, Mead
ows, Twombly and McAvoy,
nave 10 onng out everytning ne Knows to
beat the Washington plaier.
fourHl ?r.,h, n""1 noubles and resulted
?, I1''1 l vlc,orle" toT M"- w'
Hlc.1'e L,nf Toronto, teamed with Doyle,
0'" M'M Florence Hallln of New York,
teamed with Edwin It. McCormlck of
Los Angeles. Mrs. Hlckle and Doyle de-
and Johns at t 4, fi 3. The sum
National Clsy Court Championship. Men's
Plns-les, f rnl-nnil llnund Conrad B.
Doyle. Wnshlnittnn. tlefeated William 8.
Mchuroy, rut.uurg. 3. 63. , J.
Doyle .. MrKllroy.
1 5 4 4 C 4 I 4434
.... 47: 10 1306 2 3S 3
NMj. Out Place, f A. D F.
: i : s :
1: :i : 3 &
..... 1 0 1 1 1 1 : 1 4 jj
: II II I I 1 0333
Dol. . .
Doyle. .. .
Nets. Out" Place
3 1 4 4 I 4 4 4
J I I 1 4 4 1 1
Nets. OuM Place
i; 14 11
4 4 i:T
: : 35 s
. A. D F.
National Clay Court Champlonthlp. Men'a
Double., Challence Unun.l Oeorge M.
Van Dyke John. j.n Francl.co (ch.l-
leneri,. . 5. o. C
Church and Mathey ts. Dtl aad Johns,
Church and Mathey.
: 4 4 1 0 1 4 : I I II 7
Davi. and John.
Nets. Ollt Place.
1 3 .I
. 1 4 :
4 i: ;
4 4 4 4
: : : o
Net". Out" Place,
4 3 i
.3 t ft
& : ii
: ( o
Da via. . .
church and .Mathey : 4 4 1 4
Dal? and John- 4 4 2:43
I 4 33
1 3S :
Nets. Out. Place.
I . h
.3 : :
BEEBE HOLDS THE BROWNS.
Allows Only Three Hits and
Indiana Win In I.
I'Lr.VKt.ANP, June .in.Kred Heebe
1.. I,., I h,. ,l,r Lit o-,,.,. ..Hliln
er's trUde gave the Indians their two
rur.s. The score:
T I.OL'IS (A. ' CI.KVEI.AND (A I.)
abrhpaei ab r h p a e
"n" 3' VuV!Zln '10 1 Vn
'CVl 3'M i ni at? s 5 S
si.,.r,'ih. .ton 5 lllloth.rf.. 300 I 00
Pr.ltt.2b, . 400 3 4 t,i;lidll.lb ,. 4 0 0 13 20
?'r"n.r'- 1 2 " i IS L!.""',';.-0
.no ft . A
301 2 11'
30 1 5 10,
10 0 2 SOI
3 0 1 :. 00 o'Neill.c
00 0 0 0 0
200 0 5 0! Tolala
1 00 0 001
0 0 0 0 0 Oj
: H 1
Totals ..30 1 3 21 13 21
M 1oul, o o o o o o t o-i
Cleveland 00020000 12
Tn haae hitf-O'Kclll, Tobin Three base
hlla-Sererrld. Sieakrr Sacrifice )iita-chap.
. man. lleele. Roth. M.'.er Kir.i bopw- on balU
Oft IWetv, 2: on Oroom 4 struck- out Hy
( out llr
Iieelw. M ny Groom. I Pa.aed ball O'Neill
1 empire In chief-Chill Field umpire Dineen 1
Time 1 nour ann m minuirt
POSSIBLE WINNERS AT
AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY,
First Rare Idly Heavens, Hnllna.
Second Rare -lllanke nbnrg. Mar
Third Race I a nr nine, nelmnnt
Fourth Rare Reamer. Holy, He
Filth Rare tterrneat.. Iluasy,
Sixth Rare Nam Sllrk, II r.
TO-DAY'S AQUEDUCT ENTRIES.
( n rhr.. if nw. ,nri ttnA.
, IT'ffiii' "', Upw"d'
. ueilsh ... wi.lly Heavens id
Siirlnrmas" lioi'iwlna 10-
Plumoae ....loii'Katimanie in
Second Race Four. year.olda and upward;
Wlnfield itreplecha.e Handicap, 11,000 addetl;
about twn nulra;
Huatler .15! Amana ,, 113
, rnUlPr,0P (Imp.llli Manrlllnu. (imp I 11!
i Martian . . ,133vinr 134
Chivalry . ... I33lilaiikenburr ...
Third Race-Twoyrarold.; Ihe
American of l.'.Ofn); five furlongs;
Holltater limp.)., . 107 Fneniileaa .. .
Tnkel HiT lvory Rlack, .
Campflre 112 Hnurlraa (Imp.)
Ilnnnle Wllch lOI.Woml Trap
rairy wanu ivi
Fourth Race Three yrar olda and upward!
Queeua County Handicap, 11,00 adilcd; one
Itnamer 1291 Holy
Short Graaa (lmp,).lH'Capra
Sand Marah 113 Gainer
He Will U3llttttiM.il Chant
Fifth Race Two-year-olds! five furlonra:
Water Dame to:,it)uccii ot the Water 0.'i
SUr MMd inr.lSerenel no
I'nlly J lOJTraredy . pr,
Vimie . UC.'llllav . , . ,0.'i
Sixth Race -Three )earnlia and up ward ;
ellinc; one mile;
Mnldeu llO'Ataka 100
llr Gremer IfCilltoae Water.. . .ifti
Slrllarlna 9.',jAnde" . , ... li:,
Sir enrh in-, 'Mal.tli.ir lin
Alberta True ., 100.i.ilw ,irl Helen o-,
s.im Slh'k ItMCaiirh Hill o
Gammon . I10
Apprentice allowance claimed
North Carolina laiue Result",
Durham, 7: Halelgh, II
I'liarlollr, V; Wlli.luli.SxIein, 1..
Oreenaboro, I; Aahrvtlla, t ( In nnln:i).
IN NASSAU TOURNEY
lie Disposes of fount Siilm
and James O'Ncnle in Easy
WASHBURN IS A WINN Elf
The best tennis tournament of the sea
son began yesterday afternoon when play
was darted In the annual Invitation
event of the Nansau Country Club. The
list of entrants Includes the best of the
tennis men In the Kast, Including two
former national champions, William A.
Iarned, seen times holder of the title,
and William J. Clothier of Philadelphia.
Thure are forty-live contestanls In nil.
among them such men as Theodori
Iloosevelt Pell, Nnthanlel W Nile. Wat
son M. Washburn. It. Mndley Murray.
Fred C. Inman and others of like repu
tation. The tournament was won a jear agn
by Karl Hehr and he III strive for
another leg on the trophy this season.
Dean Mathey was the 1513 winner, nnd
William J. Clothier the victor In 1914.
and each of these men will compete.
William A. Lamed, who was entered
in the singles, defaulted scsterday, elect
ing to play only In the doubles events,
Particular Interest jestcrday attached
to the play of Clothier. He took on
two opponents and was victor In eacn
Instance. In the first round he defeated
Count Otto Salm, fi 0, 6 4, and In th
second round d!poed of the former Co
lumbia nlaNer. James S. O'Neale. at fi 3.
C-2. Clothier did not extend hltn-elf
at any lime. He seemed to be Inclined
to nom me maicn-. as practice ""ems
and did not come to the net except on
rare occa-lom,. He toyed more with
Count Salm than with O'.Neale. The at-
ler pui up u iain sirmiit '
did not serve to draw Clothier from Ih-
S. Howard Voshelt nnd Hobert I.e Hoy
plaed In the tlist round nnd the vic
tory rested with Voshell. He took 1
love set from the our time Intercolle
giate champion and followed by (-coring
n 6 4 victory In the following set. l.e
Hoy picked up a bit 111 thl set and was
leading at I I. but he could not hold
off the aggressUe Vinhell.
mutches, defeating I",
first round and It. '.
ond. The summary;
l Watrotu in the
First Hound .1 J Armstrong won (rim
V. A. turned by default; V. !. Wafh-
I H C M Tr,n won Won; A Labnef by
'y aeUu'li ' U '.'oik" t'neV w'"
u iickmn by default! T It. ivll won
burn defeated I M Walrou-. :, :
frnm II. J Laur.nr. bv tlerault. J.
trNeale won from Slon Pntrer by de
fault, W J Clothier defeatt-d O'to .-i.ilm.
a g, d-4 1 liooert I.e iw.y,-n irm e i
Frel nrhuysen by default: Howard
Voahell won from It. Hand by default.
F. C. Inman defeated J. H. Cuhman. 0
t 4. Craig SlldJie defeated Christian Her-
ter. S3. h 0,
I u .....i r , unit ?r a.f..f.,i
! O. A Major. T 5, 'II. 3. Wallace F.
Johnson ijereale.i , i, monne,
I; V Jl. Washburn defeated H. c
Martin, S 3. 0 ii Coiket faner d
f.afe.l Walter I. Pate. .,0. i 5; W .!
' Clothier defeated J S n'Neale Jr.. 3.
0 t :, f. 11 Vo.heil defeated Jtnbert I.e
I Hoy. o, . . ! raid niunie ii.i-c.pn i
. r Inman. ' 5. F T Hunter de-
f.ated Wllllim Han.l 3d. S . 3 II A
Throikmorlon defeated A. llwford.
:, i :.
HERZ0G S ERRORS BEAT REDS.
lip Make Tnn Mnffa and Plratra
Win by Score of II In 2.
Cincinnati. June 3f. PltfburK
opened a four games verles here to-day
and defeated the Heds by a i-core of 3
to I llerzoga two errors and H.iird i
single gave the Pirate. the winning run
In the eighth. With two out in the ninth
! tt'lnm ilmibled an.t Mollwltz tripled, but
Fisher, battlnv for I'ililcn, emild not
lconne.-t safely The score .
1 PITTSnfHil IN I. CINCINNATI 'N I.
an r n par
ah r h p 1 e
4 "0 3 in
1 o : 1 1 :
J O ft 1 OO
300 ?, 01
100 11 00
101 r 11 n
301 0 in ic.-o
4 11 j 2 0 Mollwiir U
3 0 0 0 3 C !mdn.:h
3 0 0 2 1 0
1 in) O 0 0
JJJ27 It" Nlinciwr.p 1,11 I " -
I Total" ."3 -' 27 II
Railed lor Kllllfer in the nu.ih iiimtig.
tRalted for Iiu len in the ninth uiniiu-
0 0 I ft e 1 0 0 t-l
n n a 1 1 0 0 0 12
n. Ilifmnn I- lir .ml l.r ?
on ba'l" Off lliminn. on
Tn In., hit" Wilnon. Wln.-n
hll O'Mrini Mollwita Molen
Hi,.,ifi, hit llln, tiniin lMithlp
11I.11 Mnllwltr 111 .i!trd FniPire In chief
ilam.oii Field umplir- Riclft Tune 1 hour
and l"i mlniitca
NOTES ABOUT THE GIANTS.
With Alovmdcr nut of tile wa Ih" I
Olants .shoulil make a "tmng bid fi
the rubber of the -eric t'lls nftcriioon
I m'1 1, ,. ... ....
It In Mnthcw .-on turn,
I KkuIT's try for a homer into the left
I field bleacher in the tirt Inning might
have beep good with an ounce mure
enr-gv III the swing The tly inKscd it-
carry by lrs than ten feet.
Nlehoff hat-developed into nulte a it: -
I rrti around the keystone Ills Mop ot
Tehrean'n groumUr in tlie second was
one in uic prciui -i ileum, K pias m uic
I afternoon. It saved Alexander two run.?.
Henny Knuff's uncertainty in the out
field would Indicate the little chap h.is
lost Ins nerve winicwhat on the ground
ball -imposition. He should easily have
held Alexander's lilt to a Mngle In spite
of a bad thumb
AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES.
one of tho lst twn-j'cnr-nld races nt
the seaKon is rclicdulcd for th:s after-
nr,m cli.n h llrci,, A,nrl . 1.
." . ...
win ne inn uf-r ix u iiinouv courec.
The entries Include James Hutloi's
L.nK.. lll..Al. I ., .
,,,, .,,. c.miir, iviimini
Houriess, Ixilh of which wl have to ,nril "A (v, ur.m i ,;., w
take up ieiiiiItIos for Make wins, others' '
in the field wllli'h illle shnwn irnnil fnrtn
are Jlolllster, Canipllre and FriMHllci
Hoamer will ninhn his iippciuance
tills afternoon In the Queens i unit
Handicap nt a mile. llelMihked to cin j
12!) ixmnds, with Short (iiasy ncl It
the order 'f wclglits ut 111.
Martin Nnthnnsnn, sccretnrj of th,.
IIHiioIh Jockey Club, whh a lisilor i
tho track, lie Is cnthnslai-tlc ivcr tin
coming betlcrs meeting at Hawthorn.
July l'l to 2!, which has been iit-ramied
tn show that tln'li' Ih an Ititorcvi i
lacing in the West The money fur t
meet has been Mibu rihoil by (' l
Hillings, Ogdeti Arinoiir, Samuel I in
cell, Marshall Field X Co anil tho Sin i
man Hunan- Hotel I'omjiaii) I'm Cn.
revival of the Anu-ricui pcrbi Sc.-.i
lary NulliaiiMin look hack 'idli Ipm I ,
enlilea of Churchill, iVIainlrin. Ocurg,.
Smith and Achievement
Handicap II cms llnullali i hnniiiinu,
loiuird How).oii, with a 1 1 . I i 1 1 1 ap in
",nn, defeated 'Icoi'Bc S I Ihr -li.i n
t il on, in a game nt' Ihigllth In ili.i i I s ,ii
I title's lai-l night In 'I'm tn rT
llnwlsun'v .oeraae wa ".'i In II "u
lircy. I low Imiii high nm. Mite ''.', .ii
lf and 23, while lire) mule )7, I'.'l
"J and 7.
SHYNESS WINS RACE
AND MAKES RECORD
She 'I'm vols One .Mile iiihI
Five-sixteenths nl Anjie.
duet in 2:1 I
STAKK FOlt STAini.lM,
A card that was not parii 1,.
strong In attractions provided L.
sport at the AiiH'duct tr.n-k yesje
it furnlsheil sport of 11 kind Hi.l w
puxzling to the pxperls, to piir.lr'B
fart that the only favorlt" In win
nlong In the last race, when liiff'iii
Cochran's lonle lontlnned Hie nin 1.
streak of that owner In tin- luo-v.
old division by rupturing the He f
long da.h from August llelniolit I'.
Trap, which probably rrx-ncd h".n
support than the winner
The Millwood Handicap, at sv I
longi, the second eent, w.i! Hie f-a
but with only a fair Held of spr'
engaged. The Hrlghton Sluble's J I r.
Henry was the top weight anil d d
favoritism with W. I.. Oliver - !'
C.lffor.1 A. Oorhran's Prince or Com"
next in demand and there '.ns plenn '
support for Startling and Ithlne .l,c '
Daddy's Choice and Superintendent
unconsidered In the speculation and r
Startling quickly disposed of Mar
Henry, while Prince of 1 'onto wa put. i l
off ut the start when Startling " 111 ir
1 his Held. Kcwrssa kept weir up
the pace and appeared t" Have a K
chance to win turning Into th '
stretch, where Startling f-eemrd
terfcre with I1I111. Illilnc .Maiden, w
1 bppn utrun , . ,.lirl
. r)ow, ,hetl ,, .,, r,
j h . ,h iTrWh ,.iP ,, M, ,
. , t ,,,, ,m,., K,.,Ha .1.
. f MxIf.,,lllh un )k n.l ,1.-
, , ,f ,,phln,, ,,,
I . tr,.rJ, rPC,,rd "f lung ht.liiiti.
' , , )lr(l r. , ,
distance of n ui.b nod tlw-s-ve -i
which was won by 15 W ilu-F - Sli.wu
In 2 II 1-5. ai:.'i'nt tin- ienM-
time of 5:1.". made i Main.- r '
The Southerner In l'.'iil S'ine--nrtsln.ill
dieted as the I oi -e,
there was such a strong pli '
TaH'Otfs Pandean tli.it be .'..-ej
r.rlte at IT to lo, while i i I r I
otitalncd ag.iliit Ssti: m -- '
norses veni i" in-- i""-
j racing iiualltus of Mi !, '"i -1 '
to tne ir"tn at uie Hiari nn
pace all the way. l.Ue wet
with the whip on Pandean as
entered the stretch, but lien-1 hv
pounding away to the Mulsh he .
had a chance to overtake Sli
won by a length.
Probably the worst Minck ie.-ei r,
the talent came In the tlr-t f"'e
,. r,h.,,., kiuI.Ip'm Che.r.
' "e nnsniuii riuuc-. '"' " .. .
, faxorlte. Ilnlshed last of tne t ein ..i
jf, Darke's Allilee T and It F
I man-8 Urlciit Star foushl out th. M
i .. . . . . , .... .. ....... ...
i ine lormer snowiou nii.-rc i-.i-
the tlnal strides and wlnnP - - 1
I Cnder n better ride Spdib-ad l i '
I fourth raie might hae stemmed '. 1 J
of ndxerelty whph set .11 i-i.ts' h
plajeri. but CamplHdl t""k 'In ! "
race with Itedland, tho eatl a em-w
nnd he had nntlnng left t" s'a'l of
challenge of Old Hio.'ni In tic
Ah It was, he onl look tne phic
'head from NcphtlUf, wh.i -ot aw
slowly and a outrun In th"
i stages. The "iiiiunai Ich
' KIllT HACK
For two tear old tllhe-. seilni. b n
.'ril'tioti ot Ii eacli, with v,i d,Unl ti.e
Wl. .locitey iiun. r .a
. It. .Tke 1- '
. iii. .luu. .
. 113 .N hutt er I . '
. PU. Mink ' '
113. .1 McTi.-1 1 - '
lime -i?ij 3 ;
Mart soo.: won dnunr Winner d I
by i,.irr llerrai.iiin -iisira; ownc. n v .
" ' lri"'i.,"
The Millwood; lor Ilin e tar oil. ai
ward, hindi-.ip, b notion 01 1
with W" aililiil: .i lurioii.-..
llnr- urn .lie Wt Jwkey
Marlhn.- .. -liillnu
(),.' I .u
llll.l.e M tlili'll, 1 iv. .u.irmr
Kewt 1. t, ...1; .IM.T.ii'l
jl ir. Hem) 3 .117 -i lull .er
lr,, ,. ,,f ('.mm 3 II" ..M,. lhr T :
Dadd' CI11.1.V. J . Tjke " '
. uiTinlrn l nl. ' H..II
Tim.-1 I. I i
Mirl :ood; won bind'lt W-in'r i
hy Mart .4 SBiiU-covitnr rr.uni. '
J. u v Carman; lranv.1 In nw i r
Tlllltli KM K
v.r ..... . ,,,. .,, ,',.,ar.1 .-'
i,. ,ii.,Tptinn nl ' , .i l w.tli
1 one mile and tlc .uUcnlln
1 llor-e and J.e N t .liKKel
IH1 1 n
I' unit .ill,
Irlle. h .
r i" 1,0
n. ! i i
liiiillii'i' . i
I .inn ri.tnr
Tim,. - ill.
-tart rood "ii ci.il Winner, ch
b Hi. Majf.t Mr. K owmil by (.
liln U . Ir.lllieil b I' R'lMi n
nn rtii u xci:
W'nr three 1 c ir ill, 1. .lull llliw.ird .e
li. nidi' ap b sub- riplinn nl flo rach '
(..I .nl.ird one nvte and a .uiecntii
Ilnr-e and J.e Wt Jin key Odd"
(lid llnioni, l . lie. .Carroll 1 .
cpe irhe.id li. ranipliell ' '
Ncnlilln.. 4 l0:...M,Cabe I
l!-"1""1' " T'k" "
! start send: won drum; Winner
, by Rrnomtick Ki- of liii. '
, w 1 ' J!!"
' K(r ,,,,,,.,, 'JaV ,. VI. and u.
.u,,,. j.ttr V'. one ni.ic
i Urn -e and ase Wi Jo. aty O l '.
i t .ii ireilmpi. I to.; iluitl.-rr
i Hac nicii.c 3 .. I". . II i - '
y: Nnil.Mlt 3 t' ll' llni.in
IL-.in nf Metllo 3 !" 1' I II
Till.'- ' l
I n ri soo,l: won r.i-ilv W-niw
b iimon "-.iilir" -'.Mini' owned
tucky Mable irnmd In P Ma i
For two.ietroliN win, It Imio
mnr llllll OIIC I .ICC : iV .Uh.ilin'
each. Willi IX' .I'lded; hie 111' 'no..
I .lOfKej ,
!' .11 Hue
. If wlntl.n.
. li- sicrrcli
.. IO I. il,
' l,i) ner
1 II. '"ui.i'i
Time 1 '
won ilr i , W
. im-vi 1 , .i
Am il. iuinnr
s , . :,,, n,.r,,l ,
1 1 III'
The $5000 Great American
The Queens Co. Handicap
A 2-Mile Steeplechase
And 3 Other Good Races
I I KM l III i I i i" I
SPI.I I I II (l, -l li "
I, an I'ciiii siailnn tad ' -
i .tun frinii ri.iiiMivii '
nt r.'iio, mil at tntcM ,il up l
VI. ,-,-tcliiil In I iilum m
li rt - i lirm, h in i ri
uinm mil In trollrw
.!( tSI l M l. I llH-