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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
u Baseball Season Otoens To-dau With Giants Asainst Red Sox at Polo Grounds and Yankees at hbbets Field GIANTS BACK HOME, RED SOX HERE TOO jVill Attempt to Finish Their Series To-dny and To- ' morrow. rrh or rather m Utt ad It was possible to lw under tho circumstances Lfrom Uielr (As. weelw of moro or le.i f.rlns tralnlnir In the South, the Cllants r.i.til Into thla city yesterday In two fcttor.H. Tho first dlvlnlon, ooaslstlnff of John M Jraw, Arthur Nehf, Itubo lieu inn. J'h Karnes. Phil Doubts. IVcd Toncv, Arthur He'chcr. and Fnuik Sny Ci -. jrrivhl 1ioro from Norfolk, Vo In the morr.lMfr The rMt of the sauudcame in fnm Itcndlnsr, IV.i lato In tho nfter- ' Tli' Warts and tho tied Sox had been fvhediil'd to play In neadlntr. but wh'n th'y nrrlvfd In that tbrlvlwr IVnnsyl vanit city they were greeted by a chilly dt tioHph'ro bcth climatically wd in the toy otl)e. Owing to the continued cold fMiher tho fans of Hearting bad not rci'indrd In any aprrcclabl numbers tn iff Invitation to buy tickets In ad vw A a result, after a iiort con anions Christy Matlvwson and 1M Holly, acting managers of tho rival r'til'J, and'the Heading promoters, It was Ci-Hed to cancel th'a -came. Thero was nn in-mediate rush on tho part of tho 0 ant-n and the Red Sox to get out of JtMil ns and Into New York. Tho series, which has leaped and ri.uucd by turns from State to State, will bo completed at tho Polo Grounds vUy and to-morrow of course, , -iiber permitting Neither manager is ;--,ped to taUo imy chancei with his : i. Tho original rchedulo for Uw j ket called for twenty gnriee. Of thoso on'- th.rteen havo been played, and tha ; v Yorks lead by nino victories to f,.v. Tho only thins the Red Sox can Fi-s out of tho wreckaso In the next tro jurnes la eome of the respect of tho f. . of noston. ,e Giants will come to their home K imda with only one man on tho hos j ' (; list. He Is Snyder, the big catcher. frartured a bono In a linger at vmston -Salem tlio other dir. He will r - be able to work for the next fort j.shf. Somo of tho veterans, particu lar tho pitchers, might be In better t.' .re. but they nro ready to go tho route. There arc no roro arms. Whilo It Is doubtful who will pitch for the Giants this afternoon, though -.' chances favor Benton to start, the Ited Sox are sura to send Allen Russell to th mound. Russell and his spltball nolcd the Giants at San Antonio and t oy pot only four scattered ulngles and i, Lad beating. In a later attempt Uussell was not so good. At the name : ir.e ho seems to be thu most advanced r ; Kdward Burrow's pltchirs. Walle Ifnvt is quite ready, too. Pnm Jones. Harry Harper. Herb Per- irk and Joe Bush complete the Boston tt'iiii of pitching reliables. Bush is In- luded on the strength of his fine work In the four innings wmc.i u wainst the Giants at Ashoviiie. It, re- jsams to bo seen if tho Indications or a comeback which cropped out at tliat time were reliable. VETERANS OF COURT TENNIS ARE BEATEN Standing and Pettit, Lose Pro- fessional Doubles Match. trhiie tho finalists In tho national f-ateur court tennis championship were ..'mine a day's rest, four of tho lead rig professionals in the country made ix :r appearance at tho Racquet nnd Tennis Club yesterday In a doubles i jtch that attracted a largo .gallery. 'iorgo Standing of tho local club and 'im Pettit of tha Boston Racquet Club ?Lnea on ono slda of tho net and Fred : Tompkins of the Philadelphia Racquet jni Tennis Club and Frank Forester. I rofcsilonal at tho 1'ayna Whitney i 'iirt on the other. with tha possible exception of For est r, all of o professionals are well pin their prime as players, and there was little exhibited In tho way of speed, but their skill was apparent In the way v ehose their shots and forced for iie winning openings. Their stroking, t-w bad all the. graco and smoothness tu' comes with long experience. It was deri led to play for tha best two out of i - seta of eight games Instead of tho u.-uai' three, out of five, as the veteran , mf'islonals are not longon endurance, .mi in both of tho sets the Tompkins voreer combination won with plenty -Tiare. S 3. 81. The point store: rmsT sct. F 'MttT and TMiipklnt 4 4 S 4 1 2 0 4 4 4 4-J-M s-jiiillrj and IVttlt . . o.,v. r -jttr and Tonpklna 6 4 4 7 4 4 5 1 4-J-CJ fuidlB aad rettit 411S0334 3132 ' n'.le Torapiln. 1; roreater, 1. Wim-ToDipkini. 3; Forester, 3; Staadlnr, ivtut. j. Winning (JallerlM Tompkln, 3; Foreater, 1; s'Mlng, 3: Pettit, 1. ' Iujpj Won- Koreatcr and ToxiptlnS, I; S-n-llrg and Pettit. P. . M.afes lMt Koreatcr and Ton.plrln, 3; S' ndlnic and Pettit, 7. GIANTS' CLUB REELECTS. f' . Slonebam Rcnnmeil Prcsl !"nt nnd 3Ic(Jrair VIce-Prcildent. " a meeting of .the Hoard of Dlrec- ' of tlie N'ew Tork National Lcaguo i dieball Club yesterday Charles A. onehim wns rctlec.tel pi-erldent. John ' SI' Uraw vlce-pre.i(lcnt, and Krarck McQuade treasurer for the ensuing ar. Joseph D. O'Brien, who succeeded -ihn n. Foster ns secretary a. few worths iro, will act asaln In that ca pacity. Tlio Board of Directors Includes the niestdent, vice-president and treasurer, end Hos3 y. rtobertson, Horace A. toreham. John Whalcn and Leo J. I5ond . SCHANG WANTS $12,500. T He Will Not I.ef II. C. L. .Get Hold on Hint. ''itiWDELniiA. April 9. Wall' s 1 -'tis, catcher of tha Boston Red Sos. " J5.000 more salary this year. He lie isn't going to let tho high cost cf ing get a strangle hold on him. ' sot $ 1.500 last year," said Wally -Hclit. if Babfl RiiUi Is worth . ""0 I guess I'm worth $12,500. ! my neurc anyhow. I hare writ i 'o Harrow and told him what I "t There's Just ono way to beat t- proflltfcrs and I'm taking It." OTIICH I1.VSUHAI.L ItUSLT.TS. TiOna. W. V R. II, E. 'Yariannl') (I II 1 ""a Ainerr'tj) 3 S 'J Iiqii. I'.rey:er and Allen; F.rlck s -a a nod Plelnlrh. ' Ji-T.ile. Kr. exhibition- It. H. E. AtwKlation ;i C Am..l..n. J. n vB,u'""S w1bt. '"Orabaai'"anti' Meyer: A; Cumberland. Sid R.K.B. T. iiioau o l HA Am"ie,M 1 1 0 viL,I ?,T".E,rrs' "cQulltan and Oowdy: i. ?; G!lWr. Oicrla ad Coxwoodal. Sfeapaij. fean. R. If. E. M.iSf?,4:4,nfart B 2 '"Jtbera AtaoclaUon) 2 4 0 1 i '"-.Mebauxm Slonoo and Thomas; J--i" Albrta and Sfeyera. HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT Dr DANIHI-. Copyright, 1320, oy the Bun-Uerold Corporation. A FTUU threo weeks of training on tho rocky roads of Dixie tho Giants returned to this city yester day to put on tlw finishing touches preliminary to opening tho National League chnmplo'iishlp season next has brought homo worst.condKIoneU against tho Red Sox to-day. At tho a squad In better shape. Tho experiment of going through a threo weeks' Junkot with" tho Hod Sox, In tho course of which tho clubs travelled nearly flvo thousand miles anil struck somo of tho smallest of Southern towns, some of tho worst food In tho civilized world and practically lived in their Pullman sleepers, proved a fulluro In every way. We nro told that tho Giants lost money on tho tour. If this bo true It Is ono of tho very few- cases of that sort on record slnco McOraw became tho manager of tho club. The players felt that they were not getting into shape, and some of them declared openly that they were being Imposed on In being asked to ko through ft schedulo of so many games when thoy were not netting any salary. This protest was stronger among tho Red'Sox than It was anions tho Giants. Poor weather added to tho unpleasantness of tho tour and retarded a few of tho pitchers. Taken nil In all it was not so poor a trip thnt It might not have been poorer, but It was not so good a tour that It might not havo been better. We hear that McGraw has declared -himself strongly against any moro experi ments of that nature ami that In the futurn tho Giants will not spend moro than a week In coming North from tholr training camp. We under stand that If McGr&r. had been In New York during tho winter the trip would not havo- beiu scheduled. As for San Antonio, wo believe that It Is tho greatest training placo In tho country and that tho Giants are qulto certain to return thero next spring. Edward Barrow said yesterday Uiat Just as lone as lie had anything to say In regard to tho Ileil Sox th'oy would not go on another tour of tho kind Just finished. Harrow certainly hns moro regrets than McGraw. He Muds himself facing tho American Lcagua season with a club which has been found wanting and which has sunk appreciably hi tho estimation of tho fans of Boston. Hoston ulrcady has been Informed, day after day, as tho Red Sox woro taking- defeat after defeat from tho Giants, that tho onco powerful world's champions have fallen to the low istato of a suro second division outfit. When a club tells its stars thnt must bo expected. But that Is no adequate explanation for thoso who make, tho turnstiles click. BLANKS FORDHAM Mclonghlin's Error Helps Washington Collegians to "Win by 4 to 0. FpecM to Tuk Su Xxo New Yok llrau.D. Washington. April 9. Georgetown I'nlrerslty's baseball team o-reated the Fordham nine hero to-day by 4 to 0. Culloton of tfw vlritors dropped a pitch ers1 battle wiUi Ilyman. a left-hander. through mlspla.va by his tf.am matj. Hyman had perfect support against three cot-tly errors by tho Maroon. Georgetown rcored three runs la the T J.ltl'.in a tv-icba.1 rllti nn. down and H. Sullivan singled him to sec- Qn(J j,,, ndvan:ei on a out, cut iwoa,j llaVe jen eft lad not McLough- Iln Josgled Lefevrc's perfect throw on Moloney's grounder. Tho error per mitted the pair to score. Maloney stole and counted on Dudack's hit. I'ORDHAM. 1 GEORGETOWN, abrhoaef abrhoar Mcl.'lln.lb. (01 7 o t.'G'hooloT.rf. ail l en Hallnran.rl 401 1 0 l J.S'liran.lf . : 1 0 1 0 0 KeUfh.H.. 401 O 0 1 JI S'llran.lb 3S111 0 0 llueklqr.ef. 11 5 CO Kenron.e.... i 0 1 S 30 Ifevre.Jb. 3 00 ; 0 Malney.s. 4 11 1 10 F,:ti SOO 0 OllDudack.cf.. 301 3 0 0 Start.M . .. 300 3 OOOrmsbr.tb.. 300 1 30 Coucneau.c3 0 0 4 3 0 WaKh.Sb.... 3 0 0 1 1 0 Culloton.p.' 10 0 0 30 Hymin.p.... 30 0 1 20 Totals. ...3004 34 9 Totalf....3. 4 B 37 100 Fordhara 000000000 0 Georyetoun 00000301 I 4 Left on baa's Fordham, s; OMrjetown. 4. Stolen ba-iIalo.iey 3. Doable- play Hy man. Kenyou and H Sulllran. Sacrtflee blta OUbooler, J. Sulbran. Sscrlflra fly-H. SiilhTao. To hint Wt-Kconrh. E-truck nut Bv Hyman. e : by Cu'loton. 4 Eaaes on balls tiff Culloton. 3. nit by pitchcr-By nytcan (Buckley). EASY FOR RUTGERS. Special lo Tnn Sns axd Nsw Yoait IlptitP. New Brunswick, X. J.. April 9. Rut gcrs College opened Its baseball season on Nellson Fiejd hero Oils afternoon by shutting out Cathedral College by 4 to 0. Tho Scarlet scored its runs on tho first and last trips to bat. In the initial Innlnff. with Duffy perched on first, French walloped the ball for a home run. Tho score: RUTGERS CATHEDRAL. ab r b o ao all r li n a r; P.j'er.rr.... 3 00 1 CO Datty.Sb.... 1 3 I 5 2 0 Frt.rrti.rf.. 12 3 1 0 0 Paldwin.Ib.. 3 0 1 3 31 HfUer.ki. Boyle.p... Van fVn 111. 300 2 I 0 RflllV.2!. . . . SOO S 00 W'loci.lf... 400 3 0 0 Borren.lt... 30 1 0 00 TaHnfero.n 30 1 S 0 0 Kelly.lb.... 400 4 00 DuramUb.. 400 2 ii Tnlfy.cr i u nrower.e... 300 3 OOKirn.r 400 3 00 :i.,n. n 300 0 31 Ca5!dv.c... 300 7 3 JlOU.C 00 0 3 0 0j Totals. ...30 0 J 23 Total....iS43713 ' Hosie run iYcneh. Double play-Bald-win and lUlrer; Van Orden and Tallatero: Vaa Orden and D-j(ty. Bates on balli Off Lon. 3: ell Boyle. . Struck out By Lon. 5: by Boyle. 7. Hit b; pltdier-By Boyle (Broiter). Umpire Mr. SJcJIahon. Time of game-l hour and 49 minute. DA8KII.Vr.L TO-lfAY, EBBET3 riEW. Brooklyn is. N'. Y. Americana. 3 F. SI. Jdr. 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'VflLL aocrlflce lots on contract for new Old moolio. oaarimp. i.orunai zjj. 1U Murray broujSajn, la cood coadltloa. Pkflnn Plan. YANKEES DEFEAT THE DODGERS, 5 TO 2 Wind Up Their Tour rvolim innry to Game nt Ebbots Field To-day. Uy WILLIA3I H. JIAWA. Special fa Tub Bun asm Nr.w York llrnua LYNCiinuno, Va April 9. The Van Itfles and Doilpcrs wound up their sprlntr tour of gatr.ea hero thin afternoon nnd for tho rest of their schedulo of Inter borourh conflicts, will battle In New ToTk. Thoy nppear nt Kbbeu Kleld to morrow. The Yankees won to-djy. 5 to 2, making tho rmult in 'names to date olBht to flvo In fuvor of the DodBers. It was tnowlnf n little this inornlnB, but the tklea cleared nnd (rave the play era a sunny afternoon. Two younc men, Iofty O'Doul and Hob McGraw, pitched citpnbly for the Yankees after each had made a -poor start. O'Doii) settled down to first clasfl work nfter belns pounded In tho first Innlnr, and Mcflrnw, bcsln nlpc wltlt ft fit of wlldness, Bteadled and camo throuRh with a strong finish. Jeff I'feffcr encountered an epidemic of InnK illatanco sluintliii; In tho third InnliiB. Jluth and Lewis broke out with shrapnel triples and Pratt leaned agatiipt onu with such f cruelty that tlio 10 ball whistled over tho deep, prassy cen tre dunes for four 'bancs. The Yanks have made flva home runs this spring, which Ih not bad at all. Mcusel has made two and Ruth, Plpp and Pratt ono each. Lefty O'Doul, IIusxIna'A pitching choice, was irreetcd feellncly by the Dodfrers In tho first Inning. Olson popped htni for a single and took third on Iluth'n fumblo of Klldufra elnjrlo. Wheat ham mered the "lefty person" for two bases and two runs, which looked to bo enough to beat ' the Yankees, but was not. Qlclch, In tho New York half. Btruck out as usual. Peck singled and Plpp, as usual, could not ndvanco him. The Brooklyn outfielders moved back Into North Cnrollna when Hutli camo to bat, but tha Dabo fooled them. Ho grounded to Pfeffer. Mcu'iel gallantly struck out In the fi'ccinl nfter LowIh had singled. Sfeuscl j rfonna that feat well. Pratt had more w-rvo and put Lewis on third "with a 'ngle. Ituel rcortd him with a fly to Myers. O'Doul, who can lilt, sent Pratt to third with n single, but Olelch, dis tressingly weak iih a batter, popped to N'elR Three Iilta and one run ; that waa a characteristic Yankee record, except t-iat sometimes they mako throo hits and r.o runa. Huth In the third whanged a liner to rluhi for three bates iiiul cent In Plpp, who. had walked. Then Lewis whanged a triple 'to left and brought tho Jlabo home. Lewis scored on a trot on Meu sel's loi)B fly b Hood In centre and Pratt shot ft screeching home run past Hood. Two triples and a home run In otw inning was right stalwart slugging Tho hammsrimr went on. Koney Mngled "A Circuit Judge from Texas," volunteered the New York Police Court Reporter, "He was here on a visit, and was arrested for smoking in the Subway. " 'Ah-ha! So you're a fellow jurist of mine !', laughed Magis trate Smith, when the case was called, What have you to say for yourself?' " Why, only that I'd discov ered a cigar so rich so mild so good that I clean forgot to stop smoking. If that's any ex cuse ' " 'm, that depends on wheth er or not the cigar was really as good as you say!' "Well, here's Exhibit A', laughed the Texan, holding up a regal looking corona; 'try itr " 'In the interest of justice, I will', said the magistrate, light ing up 'H'm this cigar is a wonder. From its expensive UNITED CIGAR STORES ..a In the fourth nnd mado It a doublo on careless lleldlng by Lcwli. Hood sin gled -and Koney went to third. No Bcoro, however, Meusel threw out Halrd, Kl llott popped to O'Doul, Pfeffer walked nnd Olson foisted to Lewis, Pet Kllduft was hit In Oio leg by ope of O'DouPs fast onet In tho fifth and limped to 'first after receiving first nld treatment. Then Wheat Hlapped Into a. doublo play, Tho score : ' BROOKLYN (N.) NEW YORK (A.) ah r h o a e teriioie Olson, as 11 501 311 401 10 1 301 300 300 tileicluf.... 300 : oo Nela,rf Kilduff.n. Wheat.lf... K'etchiMb. Hond.ef.... Uilrd.:h.... Ellintt.c. Kruerrr.c.. vicit.rf loo 2 uo lVck.ss .101 2 :o PlPD.lb 3 1010 0 0 Rlltll.cf 4 11 0 01 LevflMf 4 2 1 .-ueiiM-ju... 3o Pratt.lb 413 1 Ruet,c a 01 0 si 101 10 rteltir.p... 100 Xaniuard.p 10 0 Mitchell... 100 jolo-noui.p. :o 1 10 McGrnw.p. 100 o TotaU....30U123 Totala....U3?34 10 : Batted for I'fcffer In the sixth innlntr. Brooklyn JOO000O0 0-: Vtv York O14000O0I-5 Runs batted In-By Wheat 2. Rue'.', ltutb 1, Lawta 1, Meuacl 1, lft on biw, ?' Brook lyn, W; New York, 8. Two bare hit Wheat. Thres base hltKrucrer, Ruth, Lewis. Home run-Pratt. Out stealinj- Olelch (by Elliott). Sacrifice blt-recli. Sacriflro files Meusel, Unci. Firat base on errors Brook lyn, li New York. J. Double plays Pratt. Peck and Ilpp: Pi.rU and Pratt; Elliott and KtlduTf. Bases on balls-Olf I'fener, 1; off O'Doul, li off JlcCraw, 3. Struck out-Ily I'ftnrr. 3; by O'Doul, 2; by Marumrd, 2; liy McGraw, s. Hit Lt pitcher- lly O'Doul (Kllduff). Hits Off Pfeffer. 7 in t iiinlnrs: off O'Doul, S in I Innlnn; ift Mar.'iuard, 1 In 3 innincs; off McCiran, s in I inning Um pires Messrs. Dincen nnd O'Day. Time of rarae l haur and 40 minute. " aroma, I should hold you for attempted bribery!' " 'If you can be bribed for a dime, you'd better!', chuckled the Texan, 'That Ricoro is sold in every United store from the Rio Grande to Canada for 10 cents!' "'Ten Cents! repeated Mag istrate Smith, 'say, if you're as good a judge on the bench as you are at the cigar counter, you'll be the next Chief Justice of the Supreme Court! Case dismissed!' " Sooner or later, you'll discover Ricoro and you'll discover that a cigar can be gooti without being expensive. Ricoro is imported from "Porto Rico dutyfree so you can enjoy its rare tropic balmi- ness at the price you have been paying for or dinary domestic cigars. A dozen shapes and sizes 8c to 3-for-50c. Sold only in United Cigar Stores. "Thank You!" . t : . , OLYMPIC GOLF OF LITTLE INTEREST Linksmcn Would Sooner Win Ono Hound at JIuirf icld Than Title at Antwerp. uy icnnit x. pi:tuiij. The announcement from Antwerp that tio commlttc-o charged with tho arrange r outs for the "world'a golf clinmpion r.hip, which Ih to bo played for In con r -ctlon with tho Olir,plo games, Is on d avorlng to meet the wishes of the American golfers and probably will hold t e matches early In July Instead of a atcr dato an originally had been Vanned," and that "tho American de Ire that tho matches bo held imme c itely following tho Kngllsh champlon t ps In which they aro to participate" ill bo news to many. Tho fact of thn mttcr hf that no official action has been tiken to hjyo tho United Stiites pattlci-j-tn in any Olympic golf competition, or i thero havo been any overtures of that naturo tho powers that be havo sue i tiVd In keeping the matter very much to 'Itself. Whether there fhould or should not bo Olympic golf representation for the No smoking- except Ricoro. all fsii United States Is n. question calculated td cauta few to loso tholr aleop, for It la a fact that llnksDion of this country would much rather havo tho Fates make them victors in tho first round of tho Urltlsh. championship than send them homo from, tho Olympics winners of a competition with second raters drawn from Conti nental Europe. Tho "Olympic world's rhamplonbhh,)" may sound big to many In other branches of sporting activity, but for the lowly Ilnksman It has no thrill whatsoever, and all because the lmlshl of the, mashle-nlbllck knows full well that tho Olympic field At Antwerp Is llablo to bo not even one-tenth ns representative of tho world's golfing power ns Is tho British amateur cham pionship nt Mulrfleld. 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