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THE' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1920.
Yankees Overwhelm Indians by I J to 0, While Giants, in Thrilling .12 Inning Game, Win From Cubs by 8 to 6
Sarins: That Famous Oar-j
mcnt, Sam Hits to the Fene
and Breaks Up the Game.
THE INDIANS SHUT OUT
Shawkoy Holds Them to Three
Hits, and the Yankees
Make 11 Bans.
Iir WILLIAM B. HANNA.
The Cleve.wls art leading; the Ameri
man League, and Per Includ
ing some whose opinion is '-worth ora
thine, think they are thlr bent team th
It. Nevertheless, the Yankees, who
tlisk right well of themselves. yester
av gave the aborigine lafla the. roughest
handling they have. hid to tike this
rear. The Tahseea bfeal IhtttWll to 0.
ahlrh is the second time In the series
they have whitewashed SpoVe end hia
The break of the game not the
"break." mind rod. for "breaks" are
:,Plhlnf In rrtlcular came lh the third
inr.inp. With two out and the bases
f.nfd, Sammy Vlck crowded a two-bae-pr
Bcalit the left field rampart. Jurt
latk d Jack Craney, the picket out
thfre. and three runs came tumbling
home. There were two out and the
diSn't have to wait for ahythlhfc.
Boh Shawkey. poor old "overworked1
Bob Sha key, was pltchlns so well that
Jour runt the Yants had made vne just
tiefore Vlck- twobegrer looked to le
i twe lead, and they were. The Tank
sJded seven, and when your side xnakeax
tlcvtn runs, twelve hits, bo errors, and
the othtr side makes but three hits, it
hasn't much chance, no matter how for
midable a team It may be. Not that
iiy And when one side makes no runs
to the other side s eleven its chances are
almost. If not quite, nothlnf;.
Shakey didn't pitch as If he were
epproachlng the eere and stole stace,
attbeush he was fagged a bit In the
ocbth. This was from hard base run
tine in the seventh. He recovered easily
and finished strong. He was In splendid
trim, and the Indians found him un
solvable. The fast one was hopbint, the
Tick, whose timely two barter really
broke up the trame. was flUinc In for
Bab Ruth, who has a sore muscle
ttu!d by a wrench while slidlnc Vlck
U s flaccer, thoueh not of Ruihlan
ferocity, and. like the Babe, you can't
always sometlmea tell whether he 'hill
itrike out or hit 'em to the fences. The
ifxm generally took a hand in pound
tnc Myers and Uhle, the Cleveland pltch
trx. A matter of SO.0P0 fans have seen the
tirt Yankee-Cleveland cames 24,00
Saturday. SS.COO Sunday, 1S.000 yester
eay. New Grounds for the Tanks? Sure,
why not? The way they're playing now
they'll need new ones to take care of the
Bodle's Doable Starts It.
The Cleve lands didn't have a man on
tiff in' the first three Innings. Peck
and Pipp halted "Yamby In the second
rah a fine stop by the' former and a fine
rk-K-up by the latter of the throw. In
the thlrf Bodle made the first hit He
doubled over Gardner. Hannah sacri
ficed and Gardner fumbled hawkeys
Icfield grounder. Bodle scored while
this was goleg- JGru He -nuld hate
soured anyway, as the only play Gard
ter had was on Sbawkey.
Myers filled the bases by passing
trard and Peek, and as Plpp forced
Shawkey at the plate Myers was in a
fair way to extricate himself. He was
until Vlck rammed his two. bagger to
the boards behind Graney. The Babe's
rustic of elean-up wallops hadn't fallen
on Vlck for nothing.
The Indiana bunched two hits on
Shawkey. This was in the fifth Inning,
tct a double play came between. In the
fever. th the Yankees made four. Shaw
key forced Hannah after the latter had
Flnffled. Ward doubled so far out that
Fpeaker dropped the ball after a run;
Peck struck out and Pipp hit a two
bagger In between Speaker and Graney
and crossed them by hitting where they
were not Plpp remembers the old
Uhle. pitching, the eighth after Cald
well had batted for Myers, was knocked
about a good deal. Hannah started a
movement against hJra. Truck singled.
Wsffiby missed Ehawkey8 grounder and
a pass to Ward filled the bases. Peck
mgled, sent In two, and a pasa to Pipp
crowded the inns again. Tick, with true
F.cthian versatility, struck out this
time. !wia singled to centre and
brought in another two man tandem.
CLEVELAND (A.) I JiEW TOItK (A.)
Oruter.lf 30 0 1 n llvfiira- 331 1 10
risan.. 300 2 3 Wreck,.,.. 322 2 20
5!aHh,rt 4 t 0
OTMn.c 2 00
lartBBjb... 421 oo
0 0 Vlck.rf.. 4 02 1 00
2 llLenis.lL.. 502 00
21 PratUtb.. 400 8 60
So'rUxtle.rf.. 4 12 00
1 o;HannaH.c 312 SS'SSSirf 2Sl
gOlB-ker..,. 4 So 0 00 furrt 401
Totals 11 12 27 100
Total..0 34 1S
'Patted for Mytr in tht eighth inning and
forted a runner.
r.ertland i 0000040000
New York 00400034 a 11
P.ans batted to By Peek 2. br Plpp C by
Yirk J. by Uirii S, by Bhatrkey 1. . Two
bate bits-Ward, npp, Vlck. Bodle t
Jjcrlflce hit-Hannah. Stolen base-Peck.
nrt bae on errors Jfew Tork. 2. Left
a baM Cleveland, 3: ?Cew York. 6. Doabis
tlarn-Oanlner, John ton and Gardner!
Ixk. Pratt and Plpp. Basea on balls-Off
Mrm. 4: eff- Uhle, 2: orf Snawkey, a.
F'rotk out-By Myers, 5; by IThle. 1: by
r-iuit our tsr juyers, a; or inie, i. vw Hamilton. BSwungs. urn on cases uos
f hawkey, S. Earned run Off Myers. 4: erf Pittsburg. 8. Basel on balls Off
tT-le. 1. Hlts-On Hjferl. 5 18 7 ltmlngs: oSehger. 3t oft Hamilton. 3. Htt-0
;! Chlf. 3 la 1 Inning. Losing pttther
Vrera. rnplres Chill and Owtna. Ttoa of
tuie l nour and 4a mtnatesi
wi.v ox o?rtr two tvt.
St tons. Mar 1 (National). SL
Wl held Phllaflelphla to two hits but
fr'nt the opening game of the reries to
sy. 1 to 0. A triple by Stengel In the
tfth. followed by a wild throw by fU
hotfer. allowed the run. The score:
HULA. (N.l I ST. LOUIS (N.)
bjvean.lt 4 00 5 0 0! Shotton.lf 400 2 0 0
f.rro:t.M400 3 4 O SchUltX.rf. 4 0 1 3.00.
i-mill.si 4UO 3 4 O McnultS.ri. 4 O 1
Win,.cf 400 2 1 oiStoct!.. 401 1 20'
L'ffSSSo i SSSSrSJoiii ..iwa- - "
rxtr.lt. 200 8 lltMcirryf 301 0 00
JlX'fMli 300 0 OOLaran... 300 3 40
wrow.e soo 4 1 OtDUTer.e.. 100 3 01
Emhh.p... 300 2 2 oiciinon.e 00 0 1 0 0
Halnea.p- 200 0 10
Totals. .SJi 1-27 121 SherdelT. 100 0 00
I Totali.S9 0Cr71l 1
t.xfed for Dllhoefer In tTia aeventh Inning.
JJaBaileiphl 00001 000 0 t
Ft bosls 00000000 0-0
Two bi... hlls-J. MClef' 5. Bas hll
r.rixel Stolen basea Paulette, FDarnler.
rfic hlt-Halns. Double ray-J. Mll-I'nrr.-.:;
kbS r.iUt4. Leh bases
Pnrlnhl. I; m. LesM. 5. Baset on
u,iOf. pralU). cif name. 1. struck-j-t-By
RT.hh. s: by Maine, 4. Umpire
W- ana run. a uvm m iuc i
and 30 nhrJtea.
YANKKF. COLLF.GIANR WIN.
roctn v.- a jri.m e
-. , " j a. . nn.wn w
VNco Inlversity to-day defeated th
:1 I r- r-. I... I . . . - . . . . ... a .
- v ri rnjr nine vy a. fkuh si i id a
rame nt ten Inning. Mare than
ritttors witneated th ga.
J'RlALL TO-DAY. )Lt) CBleJITJftH,
P Jt. Yankws ra, Orrelas41-Ae.
AA Incident of the Yankees' 11 to 0 Victory I
Pipp and O'Neill in a
mm HITS BALL
OVER THE F1CE
Also Makes Single and Helps
White Sox to Defeat Bed
Sox by 4 to 3.
BcwTOK. May IS (American). Sin
gles by Felsch, Jourdan McMullin and
YVllliams. together with Schalk's sacri
fice r.y. gave Chicago three rues ott
Bush in the Second Innln; to-day, and
Felsch's home run over the left field
fence oIT iiucikeil In Uie slxtli g'VS the
visitors a 4 to i victory over Boston.
The peore :
CHICAGO IA. 1 TJOSTOS IK.)
b rh set abrhoa
MTrrf- 301 1 10!Hper.rf 401 1 00
rolllntXbSOI 5 0 0M'X,ty,ai 4 02 : 4 0
Weav-rs 500 1 S o!M'nkytlt 411 1 0 0
.rctarajf. 401 2 ODirhilrx.ef. i- ' 0 0
rlrch.cr. 3 1 1 3 OOiM'ltilMb.
Jo'ran.lb 4117 OOf Porter b. 2 00 1 10
'MlJiJtbSll 0 1 (Vpcott.f.. 4 01 I 3 0
fvJk.e. !O0. 7 ifl.ir.1i.me SOC K 2 0
Tfirmiji. 2 01 1 20;Echanr.. 100 0 00
lBoA,P... 000 2 0 0
Totals. 2 4 8 27110: ttueU.p. 3 00 0 :.0
ItHlller.. 000 0 00
i Total". S3 3 27 181
Halted for TTalten In ninth. Inside.
iTtaa for 2Iefhr.li m nlath tnnlcc-
rhteaco o 3 0 0 0 1 0 n O-s
Boaitra 01000000 2-S
Trv bane htt Y2. Co!!!r.. Jarkson. Three
hn hn JJenitm. Hhroe ran FlKh.
Stolen bae FelK. NcJiillr. ESeriflce
hits SchaJk. vnntun. l'wter. Double play
Reott. MtNallr and Mclnni. Ltrt on
bae Thleaco B, Ik.ton 5. Etres on baits
Oft Wlllhu 1. eft Hush 2. off Iluwtl X.
nits off Bnb, 4, la 1 2-3 lnnlne; orf Rn
sn, 4 In 71 ianlnc. Hit by Tlter
Br Ito-omll (FtUehl. Struct out lie m
iatns 4, by RumHI 4. Loatnc piicher
Buh. Urcptret Nallln and Dinseen. Time
cl game, 1 hour &3 minutes.
snatobs wis sltjgfest.
Poanfl Three Pllebera for SS Bases
ana Beat Browns, 17 to 8.
Wasntkerov. May 1$ (American).
Washington won a slugfest from St
Tfnnt. tn-iUV. 17 to S. thre vlIInp
pitchers being loyjched for a total of
thlrty-elgfet passes. Judge's home run
marked the fourteenth consecutive game
la which he has hit safely. The score:
st. Lotrrs (a.) t Washington a.
Th'm'njtb 3 1 1 0 2 1 Jnitce.tb.. 322 10 10
OedeonXb 412 2 31 Milan.lf... 54 4 2 01
Toblnjf.. 5113 OOjRire.cf.... 53 3 4 00
Eluler.lb.. 422 P 1 liltoth.rf. .. 5 3 3 1, 00
ITO'irj.ef 2110 0 n;Hanl.rb. 433 1 3 0
Smlth.ef. 3 12 1 OWEIlerbeb. S 1 2 1 01
Jaeob'n.Tf 5 04 2 01 Kiaa'cm.M 012 3 4 0
emTld.c502 S 1 l)T.harrty.e 4 0 2 4 11
Orber.. 5 0 S L 40.Tenr.c. OOO 1 00
Vanrtr.p 0 00 6 0 0'Sehacht.p. 000 0 4 0
Lelfelil.p 209 0 1 tttShanks. . 000 0 00
Bonrell.p 211 0 2HBhaw,p... 4 02 0 10
Bayne.p.. 0 0 0 0 1 01
'Collins.. 100 0 OOi Totali..431723S;ii:
Tnl.l. 41 8 184 13 tit
Batted for Bayne In the nlnlh inntre.
1 Batted for Bcharht Is the first Inning.
Ft Loati 30002100 38
Washington....,., 52032203 I-1T
Two base hits Milan, Ellerbe, Khatmon. 2;
BunreH. Rice, I. Three base hlts-Gharrity,
Toblc, Jinaa. Ilarrla. Home nm Judr.
Moles bie!i-e!Bler. truilaraj, Japobaon.
RJoe. Shnk. Rrth. Ellerbe. Facrlfieee
Gedeon. Harria, 2. Gbarrity. Plsler. Ixjuble
playa Obarrtty and Shannon. HarrK Shan
non and Jadge: Shannon, Ilarrla and Jutfre.
Left on bajiee fit Loula. 10; Waahlncton. 11.
Bases on balls Off Sehacht, 1; oft Van
gilder. l: off Lelfleld. 2; off Bayne. 2. lllta
-Off VanrOder. 4 tn 2-3 Inning (4 rur.
aoored. 1 on base. 2 out In flrxt Inning) : off
LelfieU. 10 tn 4 Umlngsi off BurweU, 7 tn
2 1-3 Innlngi: off Sehacht 2 In 1
tnntnt: off Shaw. ID In 8 innlnra.
Hit by pltrher By Shaw. 1 fThomPKitil': by
Bayne, 1 (Milan). Btroek ont By Varorllder.
1: by Eha. J; by Burrell, S: by Lelfleld. 2.
tVUd piuh Shaw. Taaed ball Gharrlty.
Winning pitcher Shaw Loalng pitcher Van
gilder, rmpires Hlldebranil and Erana.
Tto of game-2 hours and 12 minute.
PIKATES, 7; BRAVES. 2.
Prrrssnto. Pa, May 18 (National).
The Pittsburg Pirates defeated Boston
to-day by 7 to I through bunching of
hits, with bases on balls, in the first;
fifth and sixth Innings. The score:
boston ut.y I rrrrsBtrna (n.)
abrh o a el abrh o ae
powelLef 401 2 0 0!Birbee.lt 411 2 0 0
Il'wUnics 00 0 O OO Carer.ef. 311 4 0 0
:pjek,2b.. 4 00 3 7 0' S'wVts.rt 322 1 00
sou v vu;n nu o...d .i j i j v
3 0 ti;CThaw.l-B soo - H
8 0 0'Caton.sa.. 311 1 31
tfeir.lSh XII 3 1llr.r1mm.Ib. 4 0112 0 0
M'rt!le,a 301 2 2 llSeftrnlate 4 12 4 0 0
GowOy.c. 4 02 8 2 O'llam't'n.p 301 0 2 0
Oe'ger. 2 00 0 in!
IVrUion- 100 0 00! Totals. .30 7 10 27 111
SWttti 000 0 01
IBailey.. 100 0 OOi
4Totala..S3 2 74 13 2)
eilatted for Powell in ninth innlnc
tBatted for Oesetirer in aerenth Inning.
1 Battel for Scott In ninth Inning.
Boston 01000000 1-2
Pittsburg 20008300 07
Two bam hit-Oowdy. Three b lilt
Elibee. Stolen basea Boecket Schmidt
sacrifices-Plek. Carey. Wiutted. Cutahaw.
Otschser, m o imurfn. on jotu, m
lldn: off Hamilton. 7 la P innlnga. Stroek
ctit- OeaSiger. 1: by Scott 2: by Hatnil.
ton. 3. Winning pltrher-Hamlltro. Loalng
jer-Oeschger. Urapli-ea-Ktem afld Em
LT TU of game1 hour and 42 ralnutts.
Memphis - "
Mobile -..-"""V'Vir. rrZ
1 Batteries tuaiia ......
I At Little Reek
:aiieu uu "- V.;
V-ai'.";" r,Vr eni hrntern' VTalker
Batteries Roblnon and Brottero. v.a.aeT
American and National League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
New Trk lit neteUod. ,
t Til ca. 4 Biaa. 3.
ifaahliirtlan. 17; Si. 1-1.
TTaied. Wan. . Ivwt r.Cl
, i5 17 8 JW9 1
SJ 13 9 JT. I
,.S3 13 18 JOS I
.83 13 12 al20
,....za 1- 1 .w. 1
. , . .
.S3 a ib .Msijiew lark ..
. 3"S. IiOSM .,,
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
Ckirlasd ia New Y'ark.
collision at the plitt.
Five Leading Hitters
in Major Leagues
AUTKICAV ir.Ar.i K.
. ruer. Cih. fi. A.B. R. II. PX.
JMnKtMt, rieietaad. . E3 M 6 31 .III
Jaeinea. Chirac 21 IS 35 JSJ
fledron. Rt. Imiln. IS 09 10 St! JtM
Gerter. W. Ltrnln . .. SS 81 8 Mt
Jsrobnoa, St. Lnali... SS K!) 14 31 -JH
NvnoxAL ix.Kr.t n.
. njrr. t1ri. fi. A.ll. R. IL T.C,
Ilomxhr. i. . tt 91 18 41 .123
(irvh. tlorinnali S3 100 S3 4 .40
1' Itosrvesn. I'hll .v 17 37 7 22 .S8C
-Mers,.l,.rM.Ua.. ... St K 12 3d MS
Itaubert. rL-x-inojitl. . . S3 83 17 t Jll
TY COBB STEALS HOME.
Tlper, mnhj. th!rtle Wltfc
nn R lo' 2 Score.
Pstn-acrLrnu. May IS (American)
Detrolrs heavy hittirlg continued tc-d.vy
wiUi an 8 to 2 Mctory over Philadelphia,
Horn, runs by Heilmann and Dykes
made the total seven for two consecutive
R. tries here. Cobb stole home after hit
ting a triple Into the right field. The
turrnorr (a.) 1 itola. a.i
abrh o at.' abrh o r
ToOncJb 3 12 3 0 0'Prt..rb S 1 1 3 2 !
4 22 ! 31'Thonasb SOO 3 10
coon.rf.. 511 : 0 nitVaJMr.ir. ft 01 3 tiOt
VtM(: 5S2 0 OOCurnj.rf... 500 2 00i!n t!ie nmth when the Giants lied the
H-m-n.lh. 4S3 7 1 O.atronk.ci. 302 2 OxV , . . doable br
r-Meai.rr sols nnnrifnn.ib. 4oo 1 Oii 1 "oor on a e b .'. 00-iu,c J
Jtines.sti.. 401 4 on,tvrtln.cf 301 2 oojKtlly and a single by Bmlth.
fianac.e 320 4 1 ojM,vtt.c. 101 2 10! Burns, first un In the tenth, walked
Ehmke.p. soi 0 SO.n.y. JJJ I and wa forced by Toung. Toung took
TetalijesilKlOVKSiS, :: 00K S 00 second on Fletcher's out and scored on
Martia.p 000 o oo
ixt-juiej . . iv ii v ""scoring Doyle.
iTrry.a. .. 1 u 1 n
trott.icK.. 100 0 10
Tr.ti s.t r.er 11 9 I
HatteiJ for GallowaV tn .hth hite
ti,, mi ir. tu. i 1......
IHatted lor rerry In ttie sixth inning. . Twombly was put on to run for Killefer
TMrnlt 0 s 0 o 0 1 0 2 3-8 1 and McCabe, batting for Hendrlx.
IWladelpM. 1000001 0 0-2 1 scratched a hit through the infield.
T"rnb' hlte-Jone. Tourx. Three bate ' D0yc's attempt to force McCabe at eee-plt'-Khrnre,
Coao. ihnh. ITome rmie 7 -i,v, - , pintrher nf Flaek's
Heilmann. nykef. Htolen be-Cit.l.. Saert-. on3 J"1 ? 11,08 v 7Iv. jLi.U
flree-Tbotna.". ttjkeA. Bah. Flatted. 1 groUnder tailed when McCab crashed
Khmke Left on bae Ttrtlt, f.; rtdta
oeipma. ii. nasea m iiaun off HhiMte. 4;
nrt namraet 1. Hlf-Off rvrrr. 4 In C ls
nlrct: off Martin. 2 tn I-t Innlnc: r.ff Keefe.
s in L instnCT. off HomnnH. S In 1 In
Kit bv rlfrlier Br Ehrake. fDrlre I
SnruiiliS I bbe then walked Hollocher fore--nltrher
Pemi-. rmnirea Cemmiir nri ' lnc Twombly over the plate, and the
Time of game I hour and 51
Benlta of TeteriUy Game.
Terdnto. 5: Jersey City. 2.
Buffalo, 8. Reading,
Akron, 13: Syracuse, "
naltlmore, 7: Rochester, 1.
Standing tt (he Ciaba.
w. l. r.c t w. l, p.a
Buffalo 18 ft .TT-nlReadinr tt u tjn
Toronto... 1C 9 .WOijewy Citr. 1S J81
Akron 14 8 .BSfi;rioclietftr.. 18 JKM
Bahtaiore. 16 30 Srrftcae.. ft4 20 .167
Game ttrheduled far T-day.
Jereey City tn Toronto.
Syracue In Akron.
Baltimore, In Rochester.
Reading In Buffalo.
JERSEY CITY (I.J I TORONTO tl.J
avU r h a a. atVi k n t
KlnCn.cf 5 0 0 1 OOO'R'rke.t. 3 1 0 S 2 0 ' Kl,''Ti," ? ? 2 ,J S
Zlta'n. 301 1 4 o'spene-r.ef 311 S 0 0 I STVi'V " VcV'
Wfth.lf 300 3 OOiRller.rf... 4111 6o1Em,!h.e ??3 ..
Bmaiw.-a) 310 2 00Or.ilow.lb 4 1 S 11 OO'i??- J?" S
IT,n rf T ll I 1 HAAi-m.- II Ann - nn 'KlXlS . Ill O 00
Ile.Ve.lb 41111 1 on-b-rne,- 401 1 2 0 ",nJ.-1' ?-X X i'
Mcr,2b 4 02 1 4 2"AndW2b 4 00 2 So'Jarty JflO 0 OOjll
I-rttace 300 1 OOiSandb-cc 4 02 5 1 0 1 "ubbell ,p 100 0 S0;M
Grevell.p 301 0 4 C R, an.p . . . 4 00 0 ! t iTS0!1" ? J 2 2 iSY,
Cotter... 100 o on;
TpUU..S2 2 fi 21 13 21
Ratted for Grevtll In ninth Inning.
Jersey City 00000200 02
Toronto..-. ........ 40001000 x 3
Two base hits Kane, Pe NovlUe, Sand
Pere. 2. Stolen ba- WSrrleeworUi. Siien-
rtr. 2. Sacrifice Whlteroao. Double play J
a A ItU.lk... . . .. . . I
I'll .rr i f, uji. 4,.vsvi u. AJTH HK1 I T il m 3
Trionto. 7, Jersey City. 8. Ktae on baits
Off Rran. 4; bff Orerell. X Hit by pitched
bale-By Ryan (Zitman), Struck cut By i
livn a hr r.rr-nrt 1. Wifinin ..i.rk.-1
Ryan. Loalng pitcher Grevell. I
At But ali
Rertlernd lieSrourh Komuea:
A:,il??',lf1' ...nn. h lb T. i
R. It E.
Baltimore .2 04010000 7 13 (
Ror-lieattf .O0P00010O 1 8 0
Batterlea-Frank and Egan; Lefler. Barnes
and Rosa. -
At Milwaukee- R. TL E.
Milwaukee 3 7 1
Loulavtlle 2 9 1
Batteries Tiaeup and Mtyer; North and
At St Paul i,
Batttrles Dubuc and .McNeil
Browne ad Hargrave,
At Kansas City
,1... r. 1 mw.A . ....
R. H. fc.
.. 8 12 e
.. 1 4,4
rt h. e.
.. S 9 2
.. 4 11 1
R. IL E.
At Minneapolis Tt II. E. i
junncapoiia 7 17 7
Calumbus.... C 4 1'
Batterie Rierman, i.yon, itarger and
Hartley; Craft and Mayer. (Called end of
Uie slitli insUg; raln.1
At Hartford, Conrv
Batteries Fish and Redman;
-5 T 11
New tuven l
Batleries-Lennoa and Skl; Brown and
tTittafleld. Mass.- n. H. E.
Pin.neld r. a
'Springfield "I.." 3 9 s
At Albany. 2i. T.- R. hTe.
Waterbury i 7 2
Alpaay 0 4. 1
lumt-r. Diau44i, g-iivtvi, siTUicrr ana Jtmuin.
New Yark. 8; Chlmga. 6 (12 tatdazt).
The ltroakIy-4Yttelntn(l fame xras n,(
pned on acescnt of rain.
I"itlbnrr. 7; rtantra, H,
rhUadrlpbta, lj M. Leal a, .
riayed. Wu Laic. P. c, 1
New Y'ork la Cblrg.
Brattklya la narlanalL 1
, Btl la rmsterg.
ftltidelphU ia M. Leait.
. ,T v. 1 ll .t. i . iiuiir i j , VIZI , noiiOCner I viit vi in. i ' ".-'.". . v. ui, -vfiivu
J ... Jl. II. 1.. ... n.A. n I ... M I.. . V - t. InH.,' rh;ni- f-lith ttn h mum nf ll
V4 000011x8ll il; Chlcaro. 14. Banes on ballad-riff Ben-1 firrt taMi to demonstrate to thlx organization
DOUGLAS COMES TO
! RESCDE OF GIANTS
"With Bases Filled in Tenth
and No One Out Not a
,4nl In Ttr Kr iKA NfW YoK HtSaUl.
Chicaoo. Mar is. rwi Lwugtas
the rirugrie wl en Douglas stepped to
tSe SS The Cubs hkd Just scored
two runs off Hubbell. tJUng the Giants
at to . The bases all were fllled. no
one was out ana mere Kti
one was out ana uierc , '" ,7' .
4ne fnr the home team. uu.
Uv ." h,rrler. for
s. i-n.". me big
to the complete dlticcmflture oi uie oig
. 1 . r...u v-.tt 10 rei acroa
the plate. t.
The Giants played
" With the score 4 to B against
"they Ued Uie Cubs at 4 to 4 with
runs In the ninth. Then the Clan s
4 tv r a-iinl.
u 1 Hit t 4
(.fin ua 4- v 4uv , .1
to be tied. In the home team s bklioi
tlie lnnin$r. In this session John Mc
Graw was ordered from the Held )
Umpire JJoran. .
The Cub reached Benton for an eany
lead, scoring their first run In the ee
or.l Inning. Robertson led off with a
double to right, went to third on a sac
rifice and scored on Terry' single .0
left In the third inning Paekert singled
and scored on singles to right with two
out by Barber and Robertson.
in.rv niwi the Pubs' half of the
I fifth with a single to ripb l0Jtr
sacrificed and Paekert r.inifiea.
hit to Doyle and Flsck was run down
between third base and the plate. Pas
ktrt and Barber scored on Robertsons
third hit, a single to centre.
Benton was removed to make room
for King Lear as a pinch hitter In the
sixth. King Lfar singled, went to set,
ond on Burns' out and scored on Toung
single to centre. In Uie seventh a pars
to Kauff and singles by Lar and Kelly
gave the Giants another run.
Hendrlx had disposed 01 two uau
a double oy aroyie. nauii. us hji
In their half of the tenth the Cttbi
evened the count Terry singled to left
ami lrtllerer doubled to left centre.
- ... . . .... t,..'
6m' mutl ?. V'" rc.,
throw permitted Terry to fcott.
into j-ietcner, Knotsmg mm on uie ims.
The Giants claimed Interference on this
play, but to no avail, tt was for argu
ing on this play that llccraw was
young pitcher was removed in favor of
Douglas, Phil tanned Paskert, the first
man to face him. and Barber hit one
right back at the big pitcher. The bill
'glanced off Phil's glove and Lear, recov
ering it whipped It to Smith in time to
force McCabe at the plate. Douglas
then -tossed out Robertson.
Toung led off In the twelfth with a
single to left and moved along on a
sacrifice to Fletcher. Here Vaughn was
called to Martin's rescue. Doyle lined
to Paskert, but Kauff singled to right
footing Toung. and took second on the
throw in. Lear singled to left, scoring
KauX. The score:
NEW TORK (N.J CHICAGO (JO
ab r h o a el akravse
Bornajf.. 500 1 0 KTIaek.rf . . CH 1 in
Tnung.rf. 82 4 2 1 0'n'cherjit. 3 02 7 4 0
F'cber.M. 5 0 0 2 21 Pjukertrf 4 2 .1 4 10
rwyle.rb. Cl 1 C 7 0'Barber.lb. S 1 ! Ii 10
Kauff. cf. 5 2 3 0 2 0,'U'eon.lf... 513 2 0 0
ItDealJb .. 3 JO 5 1
ftTerry.;. 512 1 3 0
1'KTllefer.e. 301 3 2 0
l.wombly 010 0 On
OT-rell.e. 1 .1 ii a O tl
Wlntera.j) 0 00 0 0 nHenerix.p 4 0U n .4 0
"ilMcCaue.. 101 0 0 0
Martln.p. 0 0 0 0 10
VaorhiLn. 010 0 01
tStatt.,.. 100 O 0OIMerkle. 100 0 00
.-.enr.p.... voo 0 soi
TotaU 43CI4 3C21 1
TnUI.48 8 17 7Ti72t
n.tlwl f., IWIm, In II - . t .1. -...
tBatted for Winters In the seventh Inning.
tnatted Tor rvrarlai tn the eleventh Inning.
tBatted for JOtlefer in the tenth Innlnc.
'Batted for Hendrlx In the tenth Innlmr.
tBatted fer Vauetin tn 1h. tveieth Innlne
Nw Tork 000001 1 022nt-
Chicago 01 102000020 0-61
Twa bae hlt Hollocher, Kauff 2. Roliert-1
Kon. Smith 2. Ketlr. Dnrle. xmieter. Karri, i
fleej Deal, Jlolloehtr, Barber, PankrrtJ
nubbelL fi. Jlita Off Braton. P la 5 In-
Ilubbett 4 in 8 Innlnct (none mt In l'tithtil
off DocRlaa, none In 1 inning; off Nehf.
1 in 2 tnntnrs oft Hendrtx. 13 in 10 to-1
nlnga: off Martin. 2 in 1 1-3 Innlnga; off
Winters. tKllleferl. Struck out By Benton,
1: by Hendrlx. 4; by Winters. 1; by Hub
ben. 1) by Douglas. 1. by Nehf. L TYln
rdsg pitcher Nehf. Loeing pitcher Martin.
Umpires-Rlgler and Moran. Time of game
2 boars and S3 minutes.
NOTES OP TUB' DIAMOND.
Speaker wasn't pUying right for Ihe
batters yesterday. He figured both Plpp
and Ward wrongly, and they spilled two
baggers out his way.
Plpp and O'Neill had a collision in
the eKhUl Inning which toppled both.
Plpp was Jarred lrora head to heel and
O'Neill from heel to head.
r.t,.. en.. rit.v In ,. in J
, . ,7 ' .1
nlng you dont jften tee. He scooped
PlppM ground nit to uie ngnt ot secona
hasii and forced Peck br steunlnr back-1
ward on to the mldlle bkg.
wtmtta .w ... r. -
A Reader ataranvtue never piayeai
rtm-.(a, Matter of opinion be-4
iiween iiirai um uuiiu. i faj juur
'i' money and you take your choice.
1 ; Wheat longer than Burns.
til- Ed Phelan. accordlne to a cor-1
'rref pondent has fanned twenty-elght bat-
'.. tn hi la two eatneJ with the
. Z-'iJZ. Tnt,
far have toured the
- . . .
West at better than a .500 cup ana
against the etronjest teams. That means
.,.. iii-.i- th An anrrie real ellmblnr
.r'lher turn home, Ther snapped
9 ' . . -
. a --.. l.a. lH4a sr
NEW COMMITTED AT HARVARD.
CiUfiiuDQC, Mi is. iiar ii! a recerv-
tlon committee o entertain and arrange
for the comfort ot visiting athletes was
appointed this afternoon by the Harvard
BtnJent council Its membership fol
lows: Henry Faxon of the football team,
Charles Bonny Raker of the hockey
team and Myles Jlaker.jone of the base
ball managers. They III fcsssae this
office In September. .
191. repainted aad Ilk new. Ex.
Sresdwiy alUnlSt. Colnebexm
tn th rrarue of the Giants in the tenth , . . , ,K ntrini.,- In fjnter time than that wl
Inhlng of to-dajs gamj Jrt , . m by Man o' War. which carried 116 pounds. WhenVV
, "i?.. ZnTn the twelfth i by record for the Prtakntas at I minute 61 seconds W nil
lrc the Gl.hia won in the tweuin uj rft ind Hon.
a pcore oi to . ..)..' r . . .. ., m u.. , Mt..i its
. ik. M4tiit moment oi ine secona best ui
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
topvHtM, lilt, ttf Th Stm-iTrroIo" Corporation.
THEIU3 ia -no question that Man o" War la the great three-year-ola'
which cirU l&Bt season prrdicted he would be. Mr. IUtiaifs famed
eon of Fair Plav ncrhaps even exceeded expectations yesterday, when
htS won the TTeakneAi la the fast time
mile nd an rlrblh, after settlnc a.
1 minute 88 U5 seconds. Ml6hty few
ne ior uie ciuss-c
, filr Barton over a poof track .last
; fuHonirB ,n lpSS than , fofa S
rMti U talnhlv fn 1n hnnrtht
The beut mark for the distance
Popull at Los Angeles hi isog, unaer no pounuo. v....v -
',", . .. ... ninnt Kft S.E Rrcnnda. under
r..,.u T u i.. ust iinitr llfl tvmnas. t-nnncs lawiiu, b
i migmy last norse, went uie mno auji.fc . J'""-'T-' r.r, "lil, 4 ta
C pounds. In 1S8
I M ?.ur
. 1.11 ff.it: ujl U,U .fci..ll
.vmirintd Hrrmls net a record at Saratoga In 1801, as a three- wieryJb." 30013 OWFahertyief 400 3 00
1Z.212ZX: tTfn Tin 1 mlntlte 511-5 ecohdr. liatarfjt. 500 5 5iti.nt-d.ib soolo-oo
a similar 'performance went to the credit of McChesnoy, as a three-year-old, at
Harm, Chicago, eighteen years ago. All thmgs Mfre Uan tV War
one of fat,eSl nces over the d!stancc yet recorded In this country
M It llti . e. omnlnn .in.Ur
he tired badjy and quit when driven past the mile. ;
Man o"War la on his way to the champlcmshlp among the thref-year-
olds an honor which has not gone lo a Tuturlty winner in man) jeara
not since the days of Pennant. He has a sportsman for an owner In the
person of Mr. Riddle and he has a wbe and efficient trainer In Lis !
FpiimpI The rrnwn lies at th end of the road. It la a long road and a'
hard one, but for a colt with the undeniable speed and courage of Man o War
the task should not be too difficult. Many will rise to challenge, but few
If any Should succeed against Man
Gelling' Cloter lo the Ideal In College Kowlng.
The revised arrangement of the programme for the American Henley
regatta, which Is to be held at Philadelphia on May 18 and 28, leads us
another etep closer to the week of competition which haa.been talked
about these many ytars. When the ChUds cup race was combined with
the Henley programme the move was deplored. But It haa turned out for
the best, as the cup event Is to feature a separate day of racing on Friday.
The decision to eeparate the Chllds cup race from the rest of the programme
was reached when It became known that five and possibly wren crews
had been entered for the contest. As Columbia, Pennsylvania and Princeton
are the nrtHnai rirala for the cmid. and since It would be Impossible to
have a satisfactory race with more
three named were drawn for the cup event.
Preliminary to the Chllds cup race there will be a trial heat for
Syracuse, the Navy, Harvard and Cornell lor the Stewards cup. On Saturday
the first two crews In the Chllds cap competition and the first two In the
Stewards ellmlnatloh will row for the Stewards cup. In a few years this
plan may produce three or even four days Of racing at the tall end of the
season a big regatta over a course not more than two miles long.
Princeton Athletes doing (o England tn June.
We hoard yesterday that the Princeton track and field team had been
given permission by the faculty to make the trip to England to meet the
combined forces of Oxford and Cambridge at London in June The Tigers
feel that they have the greatest team In the history of the university, and
they feel that they have enough point winners to take the meet in England.
Whether they win or tiot the trip will be a big thing for Princeton, athletics
at Nassau and the entente cordiale between collegiate America and col
Princeton never has taken part la an international competition. Har
vard and Tale have been monopoliting the limelight In that direction. When
the proposal for Harvard and Tale to rnaktrthe trip to England this sum
mer first came up, and Harvard declined, Princeton was spoken of as a
eulwtitute. However, Tale did not seem to receive the proposal with pleasure.
Now It looks as if the Tigers will beat them to London and a possible vic
tory over the Oxford-Cambridge combination.
RICH IYATER FOR LOCAL ANGLERS FROM MAY 18 TO MAY 23.
Sandy Rook PrlarcH Jamaica Bay Gortmori vnilrta New
(The Honesboe) Bay (CananUt Island I'olnt London-
DtU A3I. P.M. A.M. !.M. A.M. PM. A.M. PJLI. A3I. T.M.-AM. P.M
May 10 gS S:4S 837 RiW 907 830 8:48 -01 11:43 11 ST BS33 10:11
May 30 9 Is 3S 820 .0 43 OOO 1031 93 : 1S38 10.47 111
May 21 10.12 10:83 10.17 10:38 1037 11:18 1038 1031 12.51 132 11:43
May S3 11-09 11:30 11:14 113.1 U :S4 1IOS IIM !:7 23 WOl 12
May S3 12:11 13:10 13:18 12:10 123S 3:49 .-45 11 l
The time riven In the above table la Eatiero. standard time, roe daylight saving time add
National Catting Ten ra ment la Be Held at
The national tournament M the National
Association of Scientific Antllnr Clutu haa
been awarded tu Columbu. Ohio, where It
til be held iturlng the week of the Ohio
State Fair. September 2. 3. 4 and 5. Tb
meet am be u-jder the aueplcea of Uie Oo
lumbua CafUag'Club. The pool tn uhlch the
erenta wilt be eait 1 located la the State
Fair ground. Tt errata to be contested
have -not ret been proTamtned nor the
award derided upon. They will be an
t'antlag Oak at Syraente Electa Officer.
The Hiawatha Caatlng Club of Siracuie,
N. Y., htld Its annual bunlnena neetrig and
banauet reel nil v and there waa a larce at-
t tendance. The following were elected to dt-
1"e President. E. E. Tilton; vice-president
: l'tr,i Raymond . aetretary and treasurer,
t """h-eler A. Pot 1th; raptitn. Robert Frjer;
' executive cbmmlttee. F. TV Buck, George
Lauer and Mark Mannlnc.
Sy Striped Rata Are Nnr ia Jamaica Bay.
Ltmi. Sprung, who tor ecveral yara held
the llglit tackte record for catching striped
baas on cotton thread line. ar that the
ba are .now in Jamaica Bay. Mr. Sprung
on rot tin thread line If properly bandied.
ounce and a lialf and It reaulre area! dx-
Iterlty to land a ban with a rod of thl kind
and cotton thread. Tliti Club now n,kl,e 114
headquarters at Rene Cornell flahlng rta-
Hon at the Raunt Tills Is the statloa for-
mcrly concocted oy jmnay jorflan. Ia this
HOB AND GUN.
leave Canarsle 7 13 A. M. Sunday for out.
side fl'hlna. Cart FRANK McAYPT.
Daily 'except Monday and
Friday 8 A. M. (Sunday
A. il l.
Jo AXt BLACK 7 A. M. SUNDAY.
, nMtntn Ina II lrr: Eheepahead liar
UflUW UUBU 'on
w ur Z Capt. Arm. Boetaw.
Plenty of ltag. Leaves nam
zeer'a Dock, Eheepahead Bay,
i r 83 . V t fl V
I W Va SJUUa Aa. JS ..,. - . . . k.
j m . n n m . - -
" . S. . AenKv
mmm -M .HSI rom nrepsneaa Bay
Cast LOCI8 HARMS
a .1 lia--'U
4 ft P 1 11 II I B4T
lllvn Barsld T)nrl
J Uot rlUflt " M'
.. . : - -
IjlarftnN i""4 ''"? 1
. OB riMUIr SS, Ta., fo'r'flo.n-
. . - . .- -. . .a-. ...
Brtngoatt api. in. hmi.i.
Tuc.. Tburs., Sun., 8 A. M.
II.u.iim rumi PL for Flounder. Other
llOHUV. dTythrter. paptCHARLES.
4 - riru iisiritTzna id b r. jlx.
" x, 1 r a T r. MBTTEV-New motor boat
' TE, BcensM ra.gm,
ti. ikt.u . -
taav n II atl4TWll UI lulUi
UnCS H. 1 1 leaves Canatsla.T A..M. Dally
and Sunday. DICK PERSON.
rUCl Via PHy 8 A. M. except
STR. E V t l t n Mon.: bb. a. m.
Caot J. MARTIN. Sheep-bead Bay.
ant llUnV I11' " M.. Sunday
H. U. LMHUl frog Sheepthead Bay.
cany a a. m., suncay 1
.ATT . v. 17 Leaves 1 Caharxle 6at. and BntL,
DU ANE t I' M. Capi M. ROvyLAND.
Bar. J. Mlrhait
FROM TT1K BATTERY 1-.3 A, M.
DEEP SEA JiHinu.
THUBSDAT AND FRIDAT
Returntng to Battery with passengers except
on Friday, when paasenper are discharged
at Bheepahead Bay. Prlsctlla rails from
Sheepthead Bay Saturday and Sunday. .
V Capt .ENGLAND.
of i minute SI 8-5 WcohUa for the.
aterraie et me
me unposi was
innS. made tit'
no i -
rnsrlc for thfl mlie at i" i,arp e.naniion, "inorr. pacnilM- uaiMir,
Jn the anntua oi me blanked Tale this afternoon. 1 to Galn-r and CurlMroio. Ift on l.am--ir-
t which was turned I .e D .Ke?. T l, ..AelT-. tuw. 13; Atmn. T.y Hawi on b!Uv-otf
year. Ahy thrce-year-oia rutming nine
WCoCd8 is Mepplnff alonC at a Salt
nn inv track.
la 1 minute 50 seconds, made by Vox
tetromboll carried 118
weleht and fllSptrlitM me rumor wail
o' War, a horse witn speea to matcn
than four eights on the Schuylkill, the
connection It might be mentioned that Jimmy
I Jordan 1 expected in town thta week from
""T" ? hew for a f days be-
!i nr v.nrrpraae io nn
hU tmme in a new fithenaan'a reSort Licit
he will conduct down there.
rWunder ta the Great Sooth Bay,
Cuy Datia writes from Seaford. Long W-
; and. that flonnder fishing In the Great South
i Bay la now at the top notch. Five men had
800 last Sunday, maxir of tbem Die blr aea
flounders that are now In the bay and an of
them above half a pound. He plainly states
that now is the time for the boys" to get on
the Job for fl minders If they want them.
The lime cf their departure depends upon
the temperature of the water, and a few hot
day and warm rains w ill send them scurry
ing off ta sea.
nosnder la the Sound Near Rarhelle,
The Ideal weather of last Sunday brought
my friend and myself up to New Rochelle
In curat of flounder. Little did 1 expect
when I started out from Hudson Park in a
roboat that I would have a eore back the
next morning from carrying home a ry
heavy load of fish. But that' exajlly what
happened, and my back pains me now as I
writ this letter.
To make a long rtory short, we t Ido't
pave a minute to ourselves. We fas'iea t.ur
favorite spot off Chicken Island and got
good aired flounders, two at a tr.lp. No
sooner did the sinker touch bottom than we
had our fish hooked. FUhlnr from P nviock
until SSQ netted me IPS good tiled fl.vinder.
To three who here never visited p.r epet
this will seem bcredlble. It la, however, the
BOD AND GUN
SEA BRIGHT or LONG BRANCH.
Daily 8 A. M. exc Monday.
Sunday. 7 .50 Sheejsbcad Bay
Capt p. Martin.
PI MA it Oave Sheepahead Bay bally
r.UTlHn IA.U, Son. !:15. Ou Rau.
leaves Etahle's, Caiarrlu. 7 A. IX.
Tburs.. Eat. Sun. Capt rOLLAK.
VI.er)--JlnB Leaves Sheepsbeid Bay
lamDCUmClkDallr, J. Sun 7:t. Sat
1P.M. ling and fltrndera, CaptTOM.
PRIVATE Flounder Parti ea. Uakes date.
Accemmodation for ladles. Tel. Wan
tath IM. C1U Marciey. Seaford, Long Island.
Flounders are iitinb
Charlea Naehren. Oae Creek. Jamaica Bay.
TROUT F1SHINO 7 miles, eicei:ent"ilrean;
ell stocked! good acconunodations; rata
H0 day. HEKRTVILLE HOUSE, llenry-
nile. Monroe uo.i ix
UNO LINO LING.
0 WTtMONf leave Sheepsbead Bay dally
FII NnKRa AT COLO SPRING HARBOR.
M-J-r 0 Irs. E. lSSd St Tuea.. Thurs..
ibp at 91tt Bt Tel. Urcslde 137S. A. LYONS.
leave Clasoa Pt. Toe Thurs. a
Bun. 8 A. St. Flounder. Tet New.
town C27-J. Capt STOEHR.
D5 FISHING TACKLE mcli&
We also lend money en tackle,
i. H. REIF. 344 Id AT. nr. ild St. N. T. C
nflBK I". R. R. elation. Wreck Lead.
Vrvnet n dally except Mon. and Frl. 6:43
train: Sunday, t:03 and :C train. Bring
J FI.HHI0-1 A. H. DAILY.
A rtUII A I Leaves Sheepshrad Bay Bun
HMBIHat ,y 7.39. Capt. CHARLIE.
FIFCTRA leave Clasen Pt. Sun. and Thar.
LLt"lnn8 A. M. Flounders, Phn Xew
tewn C27J. Ctpt STOEHR.
Uns. Rake ft tYhltiar-E. Oi Rf.
Thurt. Sat. C A. M. ; 18 St.
0:30. Bait on board. CaptSchstt
JKS CM'. Hke and ttliltlnr-LeaTe-II
CLH I'-al'rrT Thur.. Sat ft SutL, 7
SlSafaaan A. M Bait cm liard. CaptBerg..
leave Ctawm Pt Sunday, '
Tn-.. Wed. and Thurs. 8
A. M. Flounder. 11 ZttRE, I
Clasoa Point, 8 A, M, Tfcurt
Csy. Sunday, Tustdsy.
. 1. a fAKal , rru H
. .,l ,trhth at Belmont Park Ir 1 minute 51 seconds ,;ftD In i SrJKTef 'J on 1 nS
PE1 STATE SHUTS '
OUT YALE, 1 TO 0
Only Biln of Gallic Is Scored
on Singles hy Korb and
QramVy ot Pehn Slate was In fine form,
rynn State's lone run came in Uie
sltth. Kerb singled and Bru.nbaugb
walked. flrsmtcr Was IhroTt oUU
,t:-,.,- . .t. 7wr -. ,.,r ,
v, ., . . the
A rimis catch br Diamond In the
Math Was the fielding feature. The
revs' STATri. 1
I 1 .i.: ? I
aiK rh h t A
M'rkWib oi i 2oianiiart.lt 200 a 00
' .. .!? ? IS,
KoAs... ;ii 0 3 ojAidiicb.... boo 1 20
g.rya 200 7 atfw,.r. S8 s lo
m"TJ ? !.....
Tetali. 38 1 4 Ci 18 2 Totals.. Q I II J
0 o o o o l o o o-i
rtouMe piay-KUllnger to vniery. Struck
wt-tiy Co -. X,- by . criey. fl. lias on
SitifeSSirai b1'.. aaStS!r,
On Scholastic Diamonds
, Through the. Supctb pitching ft Otllesple,
the team' crack twirler. Uie Ie La Salle In
mtute nine defeated the All Hollows School
team yesterday at Van CBrtlandt l"ark by
to 2. Gillespie allowed hit opponents onlv
two hits and struck iDnt tlx balrinen. It was
Ihe winning team's seventh n'nsecutlve vic
tory of the season, The sctre: n ,t R
B La Salle... 40 8 10100 09 12' 1
All Hallows. .. .00100100 0-2 2 1
Batterlr-0liltple and Brcphy; Dnnston
The Claton Military Academy nine con
tlnui Its winning streak yesterday a'
Clasoa Tolnt Field, where the Kildler boy
defeated the Greenwich High School team of
rMHiMU,i h, n tn e tt ihe cadets
seventh straight victory. The feature oT
the game was a home run ma'e by Capt
Neary In the rlebth Inning, with a player
on first base. The score. R. It t
Oason Mnt. ...020100120-0 2
Oreenwleh 00000 0 01 1-2 S C
Batteriea Brian and Lyons: B real In, Feore
riarnard Srhnol scored an easy Victory over
the Stamford High Srhool baseball tram t
ConheCrcsl yesterday afternoon at Hakkley
Field. The Bronx, where the local nine de
feated Uie Nutmea Stat players by 1J lo
9. Taylor, Barnard's second baseman, trot
four hit In tlx trip to the plate and scored
three nm. The score: R- TL -
Parnerd 0 2 O 15 I 5 H-1J 12 4
Stamford 2 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 9 4
BaUerlef-Fowler. Tarrlnrton. Duncan
and Llventon; Farren. Tripp and Bolles.
Newman School defeated the Carlton
Academy ba-eball players yesterday at
Harken-ack. N. J.. Jiy.a score of 11 to 8.
It was Neataan' fourth straight victory of
RIVERDALE-ON-THE-HnDSON. May 1.
Tbe Rlverdale Country School rttfeatefl the
Trinity School baseball team of Manhattan
here to-day by 10 to 8. Th core: -
Hrrerdale.C. C 2 0 2 3 0 3 0-10
Trinity 1 0 3 3 0 1 1 0-- 8
Batteries McArWe and de Likdre; Rosen
best and Strader
COLLEGE BASEBALL REt'LTS.
At rroridence. R. L Colby. 5; Bro-n. 4.
At New Brunswick. N. J .Dartmouth, .;
TeViaton. Me.-Norwlch, 17; Rates. 0.
At New Haiva. Conn. Fens State, 1;
TAt ' ll'amUton, N. Tr-Syracuse Freahmen.
8; Colgate Fresh men. 4.
At Rochester, N. T.-Syraeuae. 21; Roches
At Mortantown. W.
Va. West Virginia,
1 AtkVnlverslty of Chicago, 1: Kel
15 . -C .
SPRING & SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Light Weight Wool
$2.00 a garment
Balbriggan & Lisle
Lkle Sox 35c
3 Pair $1.00
$2.00 IVtftdras Union
Aertex Underwear $2.00 a garment
Shlrtt or Drawers Worth $3.00
H01SES AITD CARRIAGES.
EAST 2ITII ST.. LEXJNUTON t SD AYIJ.
Both Fresh and Seasoned Stock
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
TBTBSDAT, MAY 28,
BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.
with th usual varied list ot complete but!
ties outfit., wagons, harness, Vc
ABOUT 12 N"ON
14 SADDLE HORSES 14
These are all well mannered
horses suitable for town or country, J
dofi t ovenooK tnis cnance to Day a
(rood saddle horse at the price yon
want to pay.
ABOtT 120 O'CLOCK
25 Fresh Western Horses
These horses have been shipped
to us direct from the farms in
Illinois. They ate well broke to
single and double harness and war
ranted. AU waantedhorses sold subject to trial
oneback Own If animal prove, other
1RIVATE party will sell two well schoaled
IMP. seven pas-enrvr tourlnc
revTrs. practically orana new
Broadway at 63rd St.
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SYRACUSE (I.) I , AKRON (I.)
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MrA'e.Sb 4 10 0 4 o'lrvlng.rf.. 3 3 0 9 0 0
Ualser.rf 4 00 3 s ji' mia'iwa.lf 33a J 00
Frb'lte,rf 50 2 2 OOJTborne.cf. 411 0 01
can-ituo soi u o luioineub sn in
11'neln.lf 101 4 ii(.,v.bb,M.. 42 2 1 31
Belies,. 3(10 3 2 lI-urtU,.b 403 I 20
nitfrii,c o s o-Hnuuj.c... 400 i
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, 'Madden. 100 0 001
Tippie,p ooo o o t LnJh,p.
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Toti..5i 1.1:27 104
Total. .3-12 8 24 3 3
lMttd for Ilrehr.rr In ninth liming,
Firacuae. , OOOOOtOOO-S
Akron 4 3 0 2 1 0 0 3 -ll
Two Use hlt-Vft.. Furlfll. Three '
iuto:r Tipple, none in 1-3 iniunc. elf
iierumer. i: in ;m timines. im iiy
otnuy i.aniDein, . ixnnc pucner riie.
Umptrr tHockdale and Corcoran. Tini tt
f ame 1 hour and 40 minute.
Two men were discus
sing the H. C. L.
"The big idea," says one,
"is to buy only what we
need make things last."
"That's fine, but if things
are to last, we must buy the
i best when we buy."
Dependable suits and
overcoats for men and boys.
Prices based oh actual
cost at time of manufacture.
No boosting things to re
placement levels. A faif
profit and that's all.
Miles and miles of satis
faction or your moneyback.
Quality in sporting
No conforming! Our
stiff straw hat3 are flexible
where they touch the head.
Comfort as well as style.
Rogers Peet Company
at 13th St.
at 34th SL
at 41st St.
elegant order any upholstery, ex
Broadway at 63rd St
rhone CoJumbat Wl
COMPLETE WORHNC LABORATORY
Class or private, day or evening.
PRACTICAL CLASS COURSE, $5fi
OWNERS LTD. CLASS COURSE, $3
PRIVATE COURSE, JM
Driving lessons by appointment
New classes begin May 17th.
Call, phase or write fcr Cattle- 3
225 West 57th St.
At Ersadway. Curie 5Z7Q.
WM. R STRWlBT IB. FW.
A TIRE SALE
To Celebrate Opening of New Store
1 681-1 685 Broadway (cor. 53d St.)
r. II I1.L. N.L.L.
ANY TIRE IN STOCK
Or THE FOLLOWING MAKES
Goodyrar. Goodrich. ITrrstone. ITrJC Oenml,
Beacon. AJax. Empire, Rerpurnan. KeriuUic
AND 20 OTHEP MAkKS
Saving you 35 to 50
Some are alirhUy soiled, some are liWmhrd.
IdOOO Tyles.S125.S13Q. 5200. S258
J ALL BEST MAKES & Tlllf f.CM.
. LaigCSt Tire STttbe StOC'lC 111 N. Y.
TIRE DhPARTMF'T OT
Jandorf Automo'ijile Co.,
;. 1681-1683 Broadway, cor. 53d St.
OUR LOW TIRE PRICES
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