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i4M?e Latest Sporting
HAYY EIGHT AGAIN
i ROWS TO VICTORY
Beats Syracuse by Bont Length
: in Henley Regatta nt
Philadelphia.
PRINCETON IS THIRD
Great Day for 3iiilliea, Who
! ; Triumph Also in Junior
. ' Race.
Bpictal to Tim Bin b New Tone llguui.
rillLADCLnilA, May 29. The Navy
oarsmen gave another proof nf their
Kupremacy cm tlto water thin afternoon
1 y winning the feature event of tho six
teenth annual Henley regatta, the
stewards Challenge Cup race. Coach
dlendon'a eight covered the course in tho
fast tlmu of minutes 30 1-5 second,
bettering the time they made last year
in winning this event.
The Hyracue eight, which recently de
Icated the middles, liad to be content
with second place to-day. although they
made a mighty effort to wrest the rowing
-rown from the Navy. The Syracuse
mn were serious contenders a!l the way.
nd they pushed the midshipmen to the
s:rolt
The Navy started oxactly as they dll
In winning the Chllds Cup nice, with n
stroke of 37, but they could not pul
away from Syracute. who matched
them stroke for Broke. Not until near
1he bridge could the Navy show anv
appreciable lead, with Syracuse a good
second and Princeton a half boat length
behind. The I.'nlon Boat Club crew
from Boston was clearly out of the race
and was a poor last. Harvard did not
enter tho race at all.
Coming down the strtch Coach Glcn
don'a crew, which was maintaining a
ii stroke, kept its slight lead but could
it. At the head of the
Island King, at stroke. Increased tho
speed and the Navy began to creep
ahead slowly, with Syracuse giving all
they had in an effort to stay with them.
Princeton could not stand the pace onJ
fsll slightly behind.
One Length In Lend.
When the Navy crossed the line they
had a clear lead of a boat's length over
Syracuse, with a similar distance be
tween Syracuse and Princeton, while
the Union crew was far In the rear.
Syracuse covered the course In three
seconds slower than the Middles.
The closest race of the afternoon was
th Junior collegiate eight oared race
for the New England challenge cup. and
the Navy as usual was the victor, but
only after one of the hardest and
closest races ever staged on the Schuyl
kill. Besides the Navy, Princeton, Har
vard. Syracuse and the Union Boat Club
lined up at the start.
By the time the bridge was reached
the Navy had gained a slight advantage,
hut Syracuse and Princeton were coming
rtrong and pushing Navy to the limit.
Coming down the stretch Syracuse
challenged the Navy, and from then
on it was a tossup as to which of these
two would win. At the head of the Isl
and they appeared to be exactly even,
and when the Navy started a sprint
Syracuse responded, and -for a moment
it seemed as though It was going
Into the lead. The middles, however,
liajd a trifle more In reserve, crept ahead
by Inches and crossed the line with a
ecant live foot lead. Tho time wnu
6:31 2-5, while Syracuse was lust one
fifth of a second slower. There was
open water between the Syracuse shell
and that of Princeton, with the Union
club eight clearly out of the running.
Three Ilecords Knll.
The weather and water conditions
were Ideal for the sport, nnd as a
result three records fell during the af
ternoon. The first one to go was In the
first doubles sculls race, when Paul Cos
tello and Jack Kelly covered the dls
Itance In 7:19 3-5. The former mark
(was 7 :28 2-5.
The second record went In the first
sculls race when the Vesper Boat Club,
ngaln stroked by Jack Kelly, set up a
mark of 6 :55, beating the rormcr flg
iircA set by the Itlverslde Boat Club In
1911, by four seconds.
The third record came In the special
race for 150 pound crews, the Penn eight
crossing the line In the fast time of
6:42 2-5. The former time, mnde bv the
Middles, wns 7:02 3-5. The 150 jiound
lace proved to be one ot the best of the
afternoon, with Penn, Navy, Princeton
and Yale lining up at the start. The
Middles seemed to have a slight lead
at the bridge, but coming down the
stretch they stuck too clos.- to the west
(il)ore and thus lost some valuable dis
tance. Penn, which had been coming
ttrong, went Into the lead, with Prince
ton a close second. Stroke Mitchell of
the Red and Bluo eight Increased the
stroke to thirty-seven down the stretch,
and at the Island raised It to thirty
eight, and the Bed and Blue shell fairly
skimmed across the water. Tliry flashed
over tho line with a lead of three-quarters
of a length over Princeton, with
Vale third nnd the Middles last.
Freshman Itncr a Thriller.
The freshman race also was a thriller.
with Princeton and Penn lighting for
first place, while Annapolis was a poor
third. It looked as If the Red and Blue
boys would go Into the lead coming
past the head ot the Island, but the
Tiger eight was a trifle too fast and
finished with a scant half length In
front,
Owing to the fact that the Union Boat
Club oarsmen were very late In arriving
In the city this morning, the morning
heat for the stewards' cup raco waB not
held. Syracure went up to the start of
the course nnd waited for over a half
h6ur before It was decided to call the
race off. Tho Syracuse and the Union
boats were allowed to go Into the final
without rowing.
The New York Athletic Club did not
show up for tho race for four oared
hells with the Puritan challenge cup
at stake nnd the University Barge Club
won the event unopposed.
Double 8culls, for Schuylkill Chaliengo Cup
VI on by Vrapr Boat Club (Paul Costello
and John Kelly). Tlmo 7:10 3-5 (new record) :
second. Undine Barge Club (G. Allison and
'Walter Hlgllng). Time, 7:29.
Second Single Sculls Won by Union Boat
Club (William Chandle) ; second. Undtno
Boil Club (Itlehard Cellars); third, Univer
sity Barge Club (I'. I). Morris, Jr.). Time,
s:IS.
Junior Cnllrglatc. New England Chaliengo
Cup Won by United States Naol Academy,
bow, Vincent; 2. Iienard: .1. I.ee, 4. Bellin
ger: B, Richardson; 0. Frawley; 7. Letch
field: stroke, Wanselow, coxswain, Ilothwell.
Time, 6:31 2-5, second, Syracuse, how, Shaw:
2, Rogers: 3, firmer. 4, Halen. .', Dawson;
fl.)loople;7. Winter. stroke, Morey; rotsualn,
Res. Time, 0 .11 3-5; third, Princeton,
bow. Drown, 2, Jones; ,1, Ityne, 4, Curtli; r
Martin; n, inn. 7. rtewun. stroke, Campbell:
fourth, Harvard University, how. Atkinson:
2, Ilatrheldrr, 3, Itorland. 4. Duncan; .",
Pedgnlrk, a, 1'atchleldtr. 7. Pond, stroke,
Olmsted, fifth, Union Boat Club 2. ho,
raltoastall. 2. 1'ew. 3, I'liher. 4. Whitman;
8, J, A. Jeffries, 6, l'arkman: 7, Milder;
stroke. Chandler.
First Four Heulls Won by Vesper Boat
(Huh- How, Auer. 2, Uutgrrsell; 3, Coatello;
4. Kellv. second, New York Athletic Club:
Tlow, Tentry; 2, Ebert; 3, Hcuapp; 4,
Uuschei third. Undine llarge Club- Hon-,
Hhlndhelser: 2, llundetu; 3, Collirs; 4, Sclp
pler. Time, 0 :".
Frtacacn, Eight Oared Elulla-Won by
r
Navy
Princeton I nlvtrstty How, Bchwartl 2.
Howland .1. Wrggan, 4. Jackson 5, llll
rartner n. Monlcomery 7. Marburg stroke,
Wright second. I'enn Ilow, fhambers. 2.
Mathcwron. 3. I.lefleld 4, Hone. K-wen-bau-h
0, Itlngh. 7. Wardner. stroke. Ura.
rox, flase, third, Navy Hon, Hchade. 2.
Uradley, S, ICIrkpatrlf k . 4, Holies. 5, Jack
son, 6, Winker. 7. Drowning, stroke. Hunt
Initton. cn, Hertley Time, ftl-5.
Hpeelal Eight Oared fihells for 100 Pound
Crew Won by I'enn How, (lees, 2, Diodes.
3, 1'ratt, 4, Ilernhardt, 5. Knight, 0, Jel
lenlh; 7, Klos,, stroke, Mitchell, coisnaln,
Minor flecond, Princeton How, Ham vim. 2,
Itolwrta; 3, Pitney, 4, Williamson: :, Blrong.
6. Thompson. 7. McAlbln. stroke. Welsh:
Jroxsnaln. llunliln. Third-Yale How, Oalt;
2, Ketchell: 3, Leslie: 4, Hurley: 5, Ueker:
16, Htreet. 7. Jlesmer, stroke, Ilenlway. cot
imaln, Hears. Fourth Navy How, Orow;
:2, Moss. 3, Moore. 4, Thompson: S, Talbot;
C, Ilruce, 7, Allison: Stroke, Clenahaw, cox.
Ham. Frailer. Time, 0.4.1
First Four Oared P!tell-Purltan Cup Won
by University Harge Club How, lione. 2,
llomevn, 3, Pepper, 4, Hoffman. Time,
7:49 3-5.
Hpeelal Hecond Interclub night Oared
Hhells Won by Undine Iloat Club; second,
Malta I'-'at Club. No time taken.
Final llrat-Krewards' Challenge Cup, for
Klght Oared Hhells Won by Navy Ilow, Ja
comlnl, 2, Orars, 3, Jordan. 4, Moore; A,
Hakow; fl, Johnson- 7, Wrlghman. stroke,
King; coisnaln, Clark. Hecond, Hyracuse
How. Itage; 2, Nicholson; 3, Orlmshaw. I.
Hoopue, r, Ilahrh, il, Ixmcamp, 7, Gallagher,
stroke, Itamml, coxswain, Jordan. Third,
Princeton. Fourth, Union Iloat Club. Time,
6.30 1-S. '
MISS GOSS IN GOOD STROKE.
Ilrr Vollrylnir In Factor In Pel
ham Doubles Plnnl.
AfK.r '.n erratic flrnt net Mlas Eleanor
(lean and Miss Helen Olllcaudeau played
splendid fnnla In the final round of
tho Pelham County Club Invitation
doubles toLrnament yesterday and de
feated Mrs. Itawaon Wood nnd Mrs
Marshall McLean. The score was 4 6,
6 3, 6 2 Miss Ooss, who played
rather poorly In tho singles tournament
wns at the top of her game In the last
set t f the doubles final, her sharp vo
leylng nt the net being the leading
factor In tho victory. Miss Gllle.iu
denu from back court played steadily,
covered a lot of ground and used good
Judgment In choice of shots.
The final In mlxrd doubles erded In a
straight set triumph for Mrs. Uenjamln
F. flrlggs nnd H. Howard Voshell. They
defeated Miss Kleanor Ooss and If. M.
Blodgett, 6 4, 6 4. The summary : .
Women's Doubles Final Round Miss Klea-
nor Ooss and Miss Helen Olllcaudeau de
feated Mrs. Ttawson WTood and Mrs. Marshall
McLean, 4-fl, ft 3, ft 2.
Mixed Doubles-Third Hound-Mrs. L. O.
Morris and A. Iler defeated Mrs. Ingo Hart
man and A. D. Hammett, 7.". 8-fl.
Seml-Flnal Round Mlm Kleanor Ooss nnd
H M. ntodgolt defeated Miss Margaret
flrove and J. II. Btelnkampf, 2 d, P I. C 3;
Mrs. H. F. Hrlggs and 8. H. Voshell won by
default.
Final Ro-tnd-Mrs. n. F. Hrlggs and 8. H.
Voshell defeated Miss V. Ooss and 11. M.
niodjett, B-4, ft 4.
YALE TRIUMPHS AT TENNIS.
Drfenta Ilnrvnrd, 7 Matches) to
nt CilinbrldKe.
Sj,rclal to Tim His ami Nkw York Hmum,
Cambriooi:, Mass., May 23. Yale van
qulshed Harvard at tennis here this af
ternoon. 7 matches to 2, and to add hu
mlllation to the Crimson played some
substitutes during the doubles matches.
The Ells without Captain Garland
played no strongly as ever, winning four
of the six matchss in singles and three
In doubles. Hawkcs, acting captain, de
feated Harvard's leader, George Helm,
after a hot light, 9 7, 7 5. Yale won
her first four bo'jta In singles, the fifth
nnd sixth men on the Harvard team
being Conquerors. The Ells furthermore
made a clean sweep In doubles.
H'AI.IFV AT MONTCI-AIIC.
MONTCLAIR, N. J... May 20.-Tlie quali
fying round of tho June best ball tourna
ment and a handicap event In two classes
wero played on the Montclalt Oolf Club
links to-day. The scores
Cla.s A C. Cairns and J. B. Ilrown, 81
10.71: H. M. Robinson and P L. Oallagher,
S3 12. 71, W. It. Hotchkln and K. H.
Htearns, 84-14, 70; 11. V. Harrison, Jr.,
and P. C. Lowry, S8 10, f.l); J. I. Simmons
and J. Hodgson, S0-H, 72. n. J. Bword.1
and J. II. Kremer, 0213, 71).
Class H Frank Hughes and J. C. Piatt,
nrv-20, 7.1: I). O. liralne and W. P. Paxton,
US-18, 77.
Handicap, Clais A II. M. Robinson, ftt
12, 73. Class BII. M. flrcen, 0.i-23. 70.
CATHOLIC IIASKIIALI. l.i:AOt:i:.
Klght clubs are represented In the Catholic
Hnscball league, whleh va organized last
week by John Iladlnelll, director of athletics
of tho Catholic league. The following
clubs are entered In the Irague: Ozanum
No. 1, Ht. Aloyslus of Vorkvllle, St. Aloyslus
of Harlem, St. John the HaptIM, Annuncia
tion Athletic Club. Berkeley Catholle Club.
Holy Name Club, St. Lucy Y. M. C. C. The
next meeting of the league Mill take place
nest Wednesday night In the Holy Name
Club. 107 West Ninety-seventh stnet, at 8
P. M.
rrrr.u montclahi kksui.ts.
Special fo Tits Bcn anu Nmv Youk Hbiuld.
MONTCLAIR, N. J.. May 25I.-A seventy
two bolo medal play handicap competition
began on tho Upper Montclalr Country Club
links to-day. Bcores In the first eighteen
holes were;
George ltossen, 88 IP, 69; E. A. Drennan,
pr22, 73: Prank Fuller, 82-S, 74; 8. M.
Harding. 604. 70; P. Rutherford. IKI 20,
7ft. A. netterldge, 83-5, 78: A. D. Iluzhy,
87-8. 79: H. Molr, Kfl-7, 79. II. Htruller,
101-22, 79; R. C. Iloyt, 101-20. 81, A.
Drown, 101-23, 81; V. J. McLaughlin, 8
4, 81.
nu.Nnr.i: pkpkats iawlf.r.
Special lo Tub Hc.n ani Nnw Yomc Hiialb.
LAWRENCE, Mass, May 29. Before ten
thousand persons nt the open air arena here
I J ark Lawler of Omaha; Hnrry KM Flrown of
I'hllAdlphla got a referfe'ii tlcMlon over
Freddy Jacks of Knuland. while thv rhed-
ulwl ttvelv round bnut l-etuecn Mel Coocan
. i.t... ...I n.t 1nr r, nf V.u. V-,
. OI inniRIll Htm n, ... ... sx
luai utopptd by the referen In tho sixth
' A .n.l tlnclfi roil nr rnnlr.'t
ruillio sm .s.vss - -
i tu.vx itinoi: Mvr.ursTAKi:.
CI, EN RIME, N. J., May 29. -i. W. Jbarl
was tho winner of a ball ei-p mkm ..n
the f.lcn Itldse Couuntry Club links thlj
I afternoon. Thy scores:
O. W. MeAd, 8d HI. 70t H. L. Snyder,
!!9 13, 74: H. R. Kelly. 93-19, 71. C. W
Yates, 92-1. 75. H. R. louden, 81-fl. 75;
X. a. Currier, 94-17. 77; Ud Hill. IO 78,
1 A. J- Armstrong, iav-27. 78; II. M. Walker.
H-17. 78. U E. M Coy, 100-21. 79; T. C.
iloffat. 103-21, 79.
I n
News Is Here Continued From the
Eight Which Defeated
COLUMBIA LOSES
IN GOLF CONTEST
Falls Uefore Gcdney Form in
Match on Lnttcr's Links
bv 0 to 1.
iir icimn jr. pcthib.
Columbia University's golf team struck
a Bnag as a result of Its match with the
representatives of the Gcdney Farm
Country Club played yesterday on the
links of the latter, the rcoro being 8
matches to 1. counting both singles and
foursomes. Although still a youngster
nmcng the metropolitan clubs, Gedney
had out a team of veterans to oppose the
collegians, In the lineup being Hamilton
K Kerr, who only the week before hnd
been runner up to Grant Peacock of
Cherry Valley In the annual Invitation
tournament of the Garden City Golf
Club. C. 11. Paul kd for the "Farmers,''
and after a stubborn battle defeated the
Blue and White captain nnd Intercol
legiate champion, A. L. Walker. Jr., by
1 up. with a round of 78. In the best ball
event Paul and Kerrdefeated Walker nnd
N. E. Van Hnnltc by 5 up and 3 to play.
Kerr also scored In the singles, defeating
Mnrtln Schrleber 3 nnd 1.
W. H. Tower had the distinction of
being the only ntayer on tho Columbia
side to win a match when he defeated
W. W. Lyon, 3 nnd 1. The Illue and
White played one substitute, S. H. Snlf
fln, who partnered B. A. Church, giving
place (or the 'ndivlduals to Schrleber
The summary :
DEBT BALL.
OBDNEV FARM. COLUMHIA.
Taul-Kerr (5-31... 1 Walker-Van Raalls 0
Lyon-Jones (2 up). 1 Rohdenberg-Tower. 0
Conklln-Halgh(3-2) 1 Snlffln-Church .... 0
Total
...3 Total ....
SINGLES.
GEDNEY FARM. COLUMBIA.
C. II. Paul (1 up). 1 A. L. Walker, Jr. n
II. K. Kerr (3-1).. 1 M. Hcrleber 0
Jay 8. Jones (1 up) 1 E. L. Rohdenberg. 0
W. W. I.von 0 W. H. Tower (3-1). 1
, E.W.Conklln (4-3). t B. A. Church . . 0
1 A 11 il.i.i. ,o.,v 1 V t? Van Tlnnltp H
Total .1 Total 1
Orand totals Oedney Farms, 8; Colum
bia, I.
Practice for the IVmncii.
As the Eastern Association and Orls
com cup matches In Philadelphia will
rob the metropolitan women golfers of
an opportunity to practise over the links
of the Greenwich Country Club next
week, which Is the week preceding their
annual championship tournament, that
organization has offered the fair players
the privilege of its course for Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of
this week. The Eastern and (Irlscom
cup tourneys are scheduled for Monday,
June 7. to Friday, June U Inclusive,
while tho metropolitan play will begin
at Greenwich on Monday, Juno 14.
Without some such plan as that which
has Just been mapped out by the offi
cials of the Women's Metropolitan Golf
Association, a great mnjorlty of the
contestants In the metropolitan would
hnve to tee up without n chance to
familiarize themselves with the links.
Although the winter left the Green
wlli putting greens somewhat the worse
for wear they are now coming around
In fine shnpe, and It Is thought that the
course will bo at Its best by qualifying
day, which Is Monday, June 14. As
MIsh Marlon Holllns has not returned
from abroad the title will go undefend
ed. Against this, however, has to be
set the fact that Miss H. Arnold Jack
son, twice winner of the national cham
pionship, Is now resident In the metro
politan district and even now Is famil
iarizing herself with the title circuit. It
Is hoped also that Mrs. Quentln Teltner,
many times winner of' the metropolitan
honors, will be In tho field, and if this
should turn out to be tho case the tour
nament will be up to tho old standard
despite the absenco of the chnmplon.
Collegians Pall to Play
A dozen Greenwich Country Club cad
dies spent a profitless day yesterday,
and the members of that organization
were short that number of dug toters as
the result of tho failure of Princeton
nnd Cornell to put In an appearance for
their scheduled match over that course.
The collegians had been granted the
courtesy of the links and club house
and tho caddie master had been re
quested to save from the Saturday rush
enough boys to see the teams through
their encounter. Kvery detail was care
fully attended to on the part of Green
wich, but no collegian put In an appear
ance. U was thought that probably the
two teams had forgotten Just where they
were scheduled to play on that particu
lar day.
There was a tie for" first and second
prizes In the ball sweepstake on the
Paltttsrol Golf Club links yesterday, C.
K. Vim Vleck, Jr.. scoring 79 5 74.
nnd Gordon Bunker 91 7 84. Dr. F.
A. Steele finished In third position with
a card of S3 3 75.
F. E. Aiken won the prize In class A.
playing In tho red card competition nt
Dunwoodle Country Club yesterday, his
return being 81 8 73. In class' II a
rnnl nf mft 45 7S hrnneht R T." Pkn.
I vin in ahead of the field.
('. E. BACON THE LEADER.
CALDWELL, N. J., May 29. A ball siveep
rtake and blind landlcnp were played on
the Esrex IVUs Country ClOb links to-day,
In the rweepstake. Class A, C. E. Racon
had 838. 75, n-id I. L. MrCord, 1)7-20, 77,
while In Class II. S. M. Tracy led with 99
20, 73. In the blind handicap 8. SI. Tracy
I v n. low, with 9013. 82.
I LKHir.H'S lACIlOSSE VICTORY.
I RALTIMORE.' Md., May Ifl.-Lehlgli de
i ftatid Johns Hopkins at lacrosse to-day by
j score of 0 to 1.
EM 1
cnraK .vms s i ..Mt.. MTOTbaL Ji;sr.,
Syracuse
GEORGETOWN NINE
GETS FIRST DEFEAT
Fordham Chechu Winning j
Streak of Southerners.
After going through seventeen games
without a defeat the Georgetown Univer
sity baseball team lost to the Fordham
University nine nt Fordham Field yester
day afternoon by 5 to 2.
Waters, Fordham'a star twirlcr, won
his eighth straight victory, holding the
visitors to five scattered hits and Issuing
only two free passes to first base. He
also registered nine strikeouts.
With two out in the first inning
Halloran doubled to left and scored later
on Finn's single. The Bronx collegians .
U , , . . f ,L I . I. T . . 1 . I
hut uiii-- IIIUIU 1UIIS 111 UIU HIAU1. OUIV
ley led off by beating out nn Infield hit
Hu stole second and went to third when
Finn grounded out to second. Lcfevrc
lifted a high fly to Matoney, the George
town second baseman, who lost tho-ball
In the sun, Buckley scoring Coustneau,
the Fordham catcher, followed with a
home run to left, sending Lefevre across
the plate before him.
The Georgetown aggregation scored IU
two runs In the seventh Inning, Dudack
led off with a single and took second
when Walsh walked, Dudack stole third.
When Walsh tried to lake second Cousl
neau threw wild to second and both run
ners scored as Buckley fumbled the ball
In centre field.
The score :
FORDHAM. (iEOROETOWN.
ali r h on: abrhoae
M'L'ln.lb 400 8 0 0H.B'van,lb 4 0 0 11 1 0
Il'ckley.cf 4 1 I 1 0 llJ.S'van.lf . 401 2 00
H'lor'n.rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 R'yn'lds.p, 4 00 1 0 0
rinn.2t. . 311 1 3 0IL'schak,c. 3 00 8 1 1
L'f evrcss 3 11 4 0 OiMalon'yb 4 0 0 0 5 1
("Ineau.c. 2 1110 1 lIDudack.cf 4 1 2 2 0 0
Keough.lf 3 0C 2 OfifWalah.rf.. 3 1 0 0 0 0
Hoetor,3b 3 00 1 0 KFlavln.Jb. 30 1 1 0 0
Waters.p. 3 00 0 2 OTFeea.ss.. .. 20 1 1 2 0
(Hyman... 100 0 0 0
iotais..S)3 5 27 0 3
I Totals... 32 2 5 21 9 2
Hotted for Flavin In ninth Inning.
Oeorgetown 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Fordham 1 0 0 0 0 3 0
First base on error Oeorgetown, 1
ham, 2. Two base lilt-Halloran.
0 0-2
1 x-5
Ford-
Home
run touslneau. Sai-hIta fiv if
Stolen bases J Sullivan. Finn (2), Couslncau
(2), IlucMey. Reynolds, Lefevre, Dudack. Ift
on bases-Fordham (3), Georgetown (8).
Rases on balls Off Reynolds. 1 : nff U'irs
Sjruck out-Uy Waters. 0. by Reynolds, 7J
.... tunnels 117 urynnias (t-ousineau) ;
by Waters (Fees). Wild pitch-Waters.
Umpire Mr. Walker. Time of game--l hour
and 55 minutes.
ANOTHER FOR LAFAYETTE.
1
Gnlna Twelfth Consecutive Victory
bjr IleatlnR Lelilich, 8 to II.
Special to Tug 8tN and New York Hjoiaid.
Kaston, Pa Stay 29. -Lafayette Col
lego won Its twelfth consecutive base
ball game here to-day by defeating Le
high University In an uphill game by
8 to 3. Five runs In the seventh In
ning gave the home team the verdict.
Hradshaw, the Lafayette catcher, with
two home runs and a double, led In the
offensive. Sensational one hand catches
were made by WcllC3 and Wolbach. Tho
score :
LAFAYETTE. LEHIGH.
ab r h o at ab r li o a
Welles.2b.. 50 1 2 2!Savnrla,lf.. 4 02 1 0
oiuacn.ir ami n iiotr,2h, .... r.02 l 3
GazelK1h. 4 012 1
Chlll-on.lb 3 11 ft 1
Illeber.ss.. .111 .1 4
Mathog.cf.. 5 1110
Wllson.c 3 00 fl 2
Yap.lh 2 0 111 0
fiheady.rf., 000 0 0
Carney.cf.. 4 11 2 01
Houser.rf. 4IOO OIThomn'n.rf. son n n
H'shaw.c . 3 33 8 0'Reck.3b.... 4 00 1 3
Moycr.p... 4 0 1 0 4 Donoan. 310 3 4
Lees.p 4 112 0
I Totals.. .33 3 7 20 12
Lehigh 02000010 0-3
Lafayette 0 0 1 0 1 1 5 0 Jt-8
Errors Welles, Rradshaw, Yap, Wilson.
Home runs Hradshan- 2. Two base hits
Rradhaw, Welles. Chlllton, Rote. Sacrifice
hit Wolbach. Struck out Hy Mover. 7;
hj Lees, 7. Ilnses on balls Off Moyer, 0;
off Lees, 4. Double plays Chltlson and
Onzella: Gnzelln, Welles nnd Chlllson.
Stolen bases Wolbach, Rleber. Mathog. Hit
by pitched ball Rradshaw, Wilson, Umpire
-Ratzell.
CORNELL WINS TOIUI TENN.
ITHACA. N. Y., May 29,-The rejuvented
Cornell baseball team defeated Pennsylvania
this afternoon hy the scoro of (1 to 3, bunch
ing five hits off Sheffey In the fifth Inning,
one nf them a home run by Mayer, and scor
ing five run', vne score
PENNSYLVANIA.
CORNELL.
ah r h o a c
ab r h one
McN'1.2h. 300 2 1 0
Splers,2h 2 11 3 3 0
Shrlv'r.sa 3 10 1 4 OiMurphy.lb 1 1 0 10
0
Hw'nv..1h. 3 1 1 0 3 0!
rcmvtn.ir. zoo 2
1 0
Wray.lf..1 4 00 4 0 0 Mayer.rf . 411
5 00
Yates.lb. 40.113 1 llf-ro-s.rr.. 401
War'k.c. 300 4 1 0 Wolf.3b.. 400
Harvey,cf 4 02 0 0 O'Cownn.ss. 3 1 1
Myers.rf. 3 00 0 OOlWIncor.c. 411
00
21
1 2
0
Shef fey.p 1 0 0 0 2 0 Andmws.p 3 11 1 3 1
B'land.p. 20 1 0 1 0
Wolf.... 010 0 001 Totals. 270027 144
Totals. 303 7 21 13 l!
Ratted for Shrlver In the ninth Inning.
Cornell 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 jt-
Pennsyhanla ....000 1 0000 23
Flrat baso on errors Cornell, 1: Pennsyl
vania. 2. Double plays McNlchol and
Yates; Wolf and Spiers: Wolf, Murphy and
Andrews. Left on bases Cornell, 5: Penn
sylvania, 3. Homo run Mayer, lilts Oft
Andrews, 7: off Sheffey, 5; off Strlehland.
1. Struck out Ry Andrews, 1: by 8hsffey,
3; by Strlchlan'd, 1. Wild pitch Andrews.
Hit by pitcher Hy Strlehland, 1 (Murphy).
Stolen base Mayor. Sacrlflre. hits Enworth
2, Cowan, Sweeney, Time of game 2 hours'.
Umpire Cunneen.
ELI FRESHMEN WIN AT NETS.
NEW HAVEN, May 2fl. Tho Yale freshmen
tennis team defeated the Harvard freshmen
here to-day 7 matches to 2. Yale's aecond
team won all six matches .from Ilrown's
second tennis team. Not a Drown man won
a set.
In the Yale lnterscholastlc finals to-day,
which were begun on May 22 and postponed
because of rain, Jones of Moses Hrown High
Bchool, Trovldence, defeated Weller of the
Iloxbury Bchool In Cheshire, 02, 0 4 The
champlopshlp team banner went to the
Hotchklss Bchool ot Lakevllle.
W0OSTER ATIIIT.TES WIN.
Special to The Scn anp New Yoaic Houtn.
WASH1NOTON. Pa.. May 20. Wooater
(Ohio) College this afternoon won the first
track meet ever held with W. and J. by
75Vi points to .IftVi. In spile of the fact that
they had participated In a meet yesterday
wit Ii Mount Union College at Alliance. Ohio,
ths Ouckeya track men showed decided su
periority over the Pcnnsylvanlans, winning
with comparative ease.
FOX TERRIER SHOW
A BIO SUCCESS
HritiBh ?,rel Smooth Maxim
Perfection Chief Winner at I
Hockawny Hunting Club.
sly FnANIC F. DOLE.
staged In the open, on a lawn bordered
hj hedges and rambling rotes at the
Ilockaway Hunting Club, the specialty
show of the American Fox Terrier Club
yesterday scored a decided success. Miss
M. E. Lewis, the Judge from England,
was early at her task, and, barring a
delay due to the late arrival of some
Philadelphia entrants, tverythlng went
as merrily in the adjudication line as
wedding bells. Miss IwUi wore a pen
cilled stripe wnlte flannel suit, with a
gray felt soft hnt, and evinced a keen
for the good points of a terrier.
Theodore Offerman was tho steward,
and the committee to aid were Archie
I) Tappan, Mrs. Hoy A. Ralnry, Herbery
Hughes, George N. Owen, Q. A Shaw
McKean, Harvey S. Ladew and Ilobert
Hedgwlck, Jr. It was a better entry
thnn for the show of the American Fox
Terrier Club nt Hamilton, Mass., I su
perintended three yearn ngo, and from
the high quality of the 128 homebred
and Imported terriers In the classes I
regard It a the best show of the breed
ever held In this country or Canada.
It was qulto like old times to sec Wln
throp Rutherfurd as an exhibitor. The
luncheon was well carried out, and Will
iam A. Hazard and other oIDclals of the
famous Polo Club did all In their power"
to make everybody happy.
Mrs. Kalney hnd a bit of poor luck,
for one of her terriers, und a rather
noted one, Conejo Rebellion, escaped
from the motor van In which Charles
Trayford brought the dogs over from
Huntington. Somewhere between that
town nnd Cedarhurst there Is a black
and white wire haired terrier at largo
that Is worth 11,000 on the market.
English Doe nn Toji.
Miss Lewis took the smooths first.
Thomas Rice Varlck's Deputy Chief won
In American bred dogs, but thereafter
had to give way to ono of the best
smooth dogs seen out In many years,
Maxim Perfection. Although full sized.
he Is particularly strong In the well
filled face, which Is tan with a white
blaze. This Is a two-year-old Importa
tion by Franklin J. WHIock of Pitts
burg, which was brod In England In de
fiance of the war mandate stopping
breeding at kennels to help savo food, so
that Maxim Perfection Is termed "Ille
gitimate." although sired by Good
Cheer Madge Maxim, both good win
ners over there.
The war derelict is so good he would
never have left England without being
shown but for the bar sinister In his
pedigree. He won the limit, open and
winners' classes. Deputy Chief being re
serve. In the bitch classes for smooths
E. H. Ingwersan's puppy, Sandy Girl,
accounted for that class and the nov
ice. In which she beat Wlnthrop Ruther
furd's Warren Utmost, and later gained
a higher distinction In being placed re
serve in winners to the great champion
Sabine Fernlike.
In wire haired dogs a wonderfully good
puppy came out In Mr. and Mrs.
George N. Owen's King's Point
Falcon. bred by the owner and
sired by Mrs. Ralney's champion
Wycollar Boy. This is a typical chip
of the old block and won in senior pup
pies and the novice, his only times be
fore Miss Lewis until the winner's class.
Sirs. A. D. Tappan was first and second
In tho large class for American breds
with Renard Reflex and Ilenard Roy
alist, both sons of champion Aman Mar
vel. Renard Reflex also won tho limit,
and the open fell to Russell 11. Johnson,
Jr.'s, new Importation, Rocketer. Final
ly, after a close analysis of the field.
Miss Lewis awarded winners to the Wy
collar Boy puppy. King's Point Falcon,
with Rocketer reserve.
Winners), bitches, In the wires was won
by the Doreda Kennels' Doreda Dame.
The prize for the best dog or bitch at
the show was won by King's Point Falcon,
tho puppy bred by Mr. and Mrs. Owen.
The awards follow:
SMOOTH TERRIERS.
Puppies, Dog-Irvln,r c. Ackerman's Hum
beratoue Quicksand, first.
Novice, Dogs-Irving C. Ackerman's Hum
berstone Quicksand, first; II. I'. J. Earn
ahaw's Earnacllff Chieftain, second.
American Rred, Dogs Thomas Rice Var
lck's Deputy Chief, first, George (!. Sin
clair's Sabine Rlcolo, second; Mrs, J. B.
Abie's Nlola Sentinel, third.
Limit. Dogs Franklin J. Wlllock's Maxim
Perfection, first; Thomas Hlce Varlck's
Deputy Chief, second. Oeorgo O. Sinclair's
Sthlne nine R.ill, third.
Open, Dogs-Franklin J. Wlllock's Maxim
Perfection, first. Tlipmas Rico Vanck'a
lijpuly fhlef. second: Oeorgu G. Sinclair's
Bahlne Rifle Ball, third.
Winners, Dogs Franklin J. Wlllock's
Maxim Perfection, first; Thomas Rice Var
lck's Deputy Chief, second.
Maiden, Dogs and Bitches Frank J. Wll
lock's Msxlm l"crfectlon, first; E. H, Ing
M'er.en'a Sandy Girl, aecond; Irving C. Ack
erman's Humberstone Quicksand, third.
Debutante, Dogs and Hitches Frank J.
Wlllock's Maxim Perfection, first; E. II.
Incwersen's Sandy Girl, awond; Irving C.
Ackerman's Humberstone Quicksand, third.
Puppies, Blti.he.E. H. Inguersen's Sandy
Girl, first; Jnmes R. Cooper's Belle of
Sandy, second, Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Owen's K'ng Tc'iit Lynrettc, third.
Novice, Hitches B. H. Ingwersen's Sandy
Girl, first; Wlnthrop Rutherfurd's Warren
Utmost, second; George C. Sinclair's Kitty
Claire, third.
American Rred, Rltrhes Thomas Rica
Varlck's Ophelia Supreme, first. Mr. and
Mrs. George N. Owen's King's Point Lyn
nette, second.
Limit, Hitches E. II. Ingwersen's Mola
Dunsworth, first; Thomas Rice Varlck's
Ophelia Supreme, second: Wlnthrop Ruther
furd's Warren Utmost, third.
Open, Bitches Thomaa Bice Varlck's
Chnmplon Sublno Fernlike, first; Wlnthrop
Rutherfurd's Warren Utmost, second; E. H.
Ingwersen's Sabine Firecracker, third.
Winners, Bitches E. II. Ingwersen's Bandy
Girl, first: Thomas Bice Varlck's Cham
pion Sabine Fernlike, reserve.
WIRF.BAlnKD TERRIERS.
Pupptea, Dogs (0 to 9 Months) Gretehen
Wahfa Ybur Rowdy, first: Q. A. Shaw
MeKean's Pride Hill Tweak 'Em Again,
second; Claudia Thelps's Boastor Rattrap,
third.
Puppies, Dogs (9 to 12 Months) Mr. and
Mrs. George N. Owen's Kings Point Falcon,
flrat: Mrs. A. D. Tappan's Renard Royalist,
second: Mrs, Roy A. Ralney's Conejo Shav
ings, third.
Novice, Dogs Mr. and Mrs. Georgs N.
Owen's Kings Point Falcon, first; James
Anderson's Dundee Duplex, second; Mrs. T.
Laurence Saunders's Treetop Blizzard, third.
American Bred, Dogs Mrs. A. D. Tappan's
Renaud Reflex, first: Mrs. A. D. Tappan's
Renaud Royalist, second; Irving C. Acker
man's Humberstone Tough Nut, third.
Limit, Dogs Mrs. A. D. Tappan's Renaud
Reflex, first: Irving C. Ackerman's Humber
stone Tough Nut, second; Harvey S. Ladew's
Vlckery Artist, third.
Open, Dogs Itussel H. Johnson, Jr.'s.
Rocketer, first: Irving C. Ackerman's Hum
berstone Tough Nut. seeond; W. F. Llvesey'a
Walnut Master Key, third.
Winners. Dogs Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Owen's King Tolnt Falcon, first; Busscl
Johnson, Jr.'s, Rocketer, reserve.
W)CTIIEnN ASSOCLVTION.
At Little Bock R. II. E.
Little Rock On;
Birmingham 2 s 0
Batteries Hengeveld and Brotten; Morrison
and Peters.
At Memphis n. II. E.
Memphis 2 10 0
Atlanta 1 8 2
Batteries Aebrls and Meyers; Sheehan and
linger.
At Chattanooga R. ir. E.
Chattanooga 5 13 2
Mobil 7 8 0
Batteries Vines and Townsend; Hold and
Coleman.
At Nashville B. IL E.
Nashville 3 5 0
New Orleans I 4 I
rtatterles P. Jonnard and O. Jonnaed
Y,aixer ana ucuorr?,
r
Second Section of the
Leading Hitters
in Major Leagues
NATIONAL
Player. Club.
Ilornsby, bt, L. ....
(iroh, Cln
Dnubfrt, Cln
Robertson, Chi
Itotish, Cln.
AMERICAN
riaycr. Club.
Johnston, (,'leie
Jackson, C'hl
Ilendrjx. Hot
Judge, Wash
tt-aker, Cleie. . , . . .
LEAGUE.
O. A.H. It.
3d 141 M
33 130 29
34 130
33 IK 18
30 131 20
LEAGUE.
O. A. II. II.
33 118 11
33 It) IB
33 131 23
34 143 23
31 121 34
n. p.p.
57 .338
52 .382
43 Jin
4t .341
43 .330
ii. r.c.
41 .379
48 ,37t
49 ,JM
fit .304
43 .363
INDIANS AND SOX
IN AN EVEN BREAK
Cleveland Pitcher Forces
Winning Run in Ninth.
CurvxLAND, Ohio, May 29. Cleveland
nnd Chicago broke even in a double
header to-day, Chicago winning the first,
8 to 7, nnd Cleveland the second, 8 to 1.
Chicago won the first game In the
ninth Inning, when Myers was hit safely
by tho three men who faced him. Nle
haus succeeded him and was hit safely
by J. Collins. Bngby then went to the
mound and after getting Rlsbcrg and
Lynn out of the way, passed the next
three batsmen, forcing In two runs and
tying the scoro, He pitched' two wide
ones to E. Collins and gave way to
Faeth. who walked the batsman and
forced In the winning run.
It was Bagby's first defeat of the year
after winning eight straight.
The Indians compiled their early lead
by hard hitting, ten of their twelve hits
being good for two bases.
There was nothing to It but Cleveland
In the second game, as Caldwell kept the
Chicago hits scattered while Wilkinson
was hit hard In spots, tho batting of
Caldwell and Chapman being big factors
In the result. Tho score :
riRST GAME.
(A.) CLEVELAND
h o a e ab r h
2 2 10 Evn.ns.lf.. 4 1 2
2 10 2 Chap'n.aa. 4 1 0
4 0 .1 1 Fpe'ker.cf 4 2 2
2 S 2 0 Wood.rf. . 1 OJ
2 1 0 0 Smith, rf.. 30 1
17 10 G-dner1b. 5 0 1
1 1 3 HWam's,2b 5 1 1
1 4 lOU'nston.lb 4 0 1
CHICAGO
ab r
L'lbold.lf 5 1
M'rphy.rf 4 1
E.CTns,2b 5 1
W'ver,3h fi2
Felsch.rf 8 1
(A.)
0 a
4 00
2 20
4 00
1 PO
1 t0
1 20
3 20
1) 0 0
2 00
0 2U
0 00
o on
0 1 0
J rdan.lb 4 0
Blsb g.ss
Lynn.c. .
WU'ms.p
Heath.p..
I'ayne.p..
Faher.p..
MeM'lln
0 0 OOlO'Nelll.c. 4 1 1
0 O 1 l'Myers.p... 4 1 2
u u iju'Mehaus.p nun
0 0
0 0
1 2
0 0
Hagby.p... 0 0 0
Faith, p. I. 000
JC'ns.lb 1 1
JMcCle n 0 1
Totals.. 38 7 12 27 9 0
Totals..42 8in27 12 5
Hatted for Williams In fourth Inning.
tliatted for Jourdan In ninth Inning.
tllatted for Payne In ninth Inning.
Chicago 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 5-8
Cleveland 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-7
Two base hits Rlsberg, Weaver. Gardner,
Evans, 2: Speaker, 2: O'Neill, Wood,
Wambsganss. Myers. Johnston. Stolen
J base Johnston. Sacrifices Lynn, Chapman,
vvoon. nouoie piaya ti. xjoitins (unas
sisted): Rlsberg, E. Collins and Jourdan.
l.eft on tusea Chicago, 14; Cleveland, 8,
Bases on balls Off Williams. 1 ; off Payne,
1- off Myers. I: off Bagby, .1; off Faith. 1.
Hlts-Off Williams, 8 In 3 Innings; off
Heath. 2 In 1 Inning, off Payne. 1 In 4
Innlnirs: off Faber. 1 in 1 Inning: off Myers.
I 15 In s Innings (none out In 0th): off Nle
haus. 1 In no Inning (pitched to one batter);
I off Bagby, none In 2-1 Inning; off Faith.
I none In 1-.1 Inning. Hit bv pitched ball
Ry Mvers r.Murpnyi. Htrucic out iiy win
lams, 2: hv Payne, 1; by Myers, 5. Wild
pltches-Wllllams, 2. Winning pitcher
Payne, losing pitcher Bagby. Umpires
Dlnneen and Nallln. Time of game 2 hours
and 2b minutes.
SECOND GAME.
CHICAGO (A.) I CLEVELAND (A.)
abrhoae abrhoae
Lelbold.U 5 0 1 3 0 0:Jamle'n.lf 5 0 2 5 0 0
Murp'y.rf 4 00
3 o o.chap n.ss. r. i s i
3 3 OlSpeak'r.cf 4 0 2 4 1 0
2 .lOSmlth.rf.. 40 1 1 0 0
2 1 0lOard'r.3b. 2 1 0 2 0 0
E.Co B,2 i u
Wea'rJb. 4 0 1
Felsrh.cf. 4 0 1
Jo'rian.lb 4 1 1
Blsb'g.ss. 4 0 2
Schalk.c. 402
Wltk'on.p 3 00
McMul'n 000
0 0; Wam's,2b. 3 11 0 3 0
2 1 Oljohns'n.lb 3 1 1 10 0 0
O'Nelll.c. 32 1 4 0 0
Caldwell, p 4 1 3 0 2 0
-1 Totals. .33 S 14
10 0
Totals.. 3l 1 10 21 uui
Batted for Wilkinson In the ninth Inning.
Chlcogo 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Cleveland 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 1 x-8
To base hits Felsch. E. Collins. Chap
man and Janileaon Home run Chapman.
Sacrifices Wambsganss, Johnston and Gard
ner. Double play E. Collins and Jourdan.
Left on bases Chicago. 0; Cleveland, 0.
Base on balls-Off Wilkinson, 2; .off Cald
well. 1. Struck out-By Wilkinson, 1; by
Caldwell, 2. Passed ball-Schalk, 1. Um
pires Nallln and Dlnneen. Time of game
1 hour and 33 minutes.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Results of Yesterdoy's Games.
Baltimore. 11; Jersey City. 10.
Buffalo. 5: Akron. 4.
Reading, 5: Syracuse. 3.
Toronto, 13; Rochester. 0.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. P.C.I W. L. r.c.
Ruftalo. .
25 9 .73--iReadlng. . 14 19 .424
24 11 ifiSrtlJersey C. 13 W .400
Toronto
Raltimore 21 14 .000 Rochester. 12 2.1 .-14.1
Akron.... 17 15 .531 Syracuse.. 0 23 .203
Games Scheduled for To-day.
Daltlmore In Jersey City.
Syracuse In Reading.
Toronto in Rochester.
Akron In Buffalo.
At Jersey City- R. 11. E.
Baltimore ..1 0 .1 0 0 0 4 0 1-11 17 1
Jersey City.. 3 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0-10 10 3
Batteries SuUlvan. Kneisch, Lefler and
Casey: Wllhelm, Carlson, Blemlller, Hyde.
At Bochester B. H. E.
Toronto ....1 2 2 0 7 1 0 0 0-13 14 3
Rochester . .0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 11 10 2
Batteries Shea and Sandberg; Acosta,
Barnes, Kelly and Conley.
At Buffalo B. II. E.
Akron 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0-4 ft 1
Buffalo ,...1 0 I 0 0 0 3 0 x S 7 3
Batteries Hill, Flnneran and Smith; Mc
Cnhe. Thomas. Bengough and Druggy. .
At Reading- R. II. E.
Syracuso ... .10000110 0-3 8 0
Rending 1 0002002 x 5 9 2
Batteries Enzman and Nlebergall; Barn
stndt and Konnlck.
COLLEGE BASEBALL RESULTS.
At South Field Dartmouth, 2; Columbia, 1.
At Fordham Field Fordham, 5; George
town, 2.
At Blnghamton, N. Y. Syracuse, 7; Col-
BUNew Haven Frineeton. 0: Yale, 5.
At Cambridge, Mass. Harvard, 2; Brown, 1,
At Annapolis, Md. Navy. Hi Army. 1,
At Ithaca, N. Y. Cornell 0; Pennsyl-
vnnla. 3.
At Wllllamstown, Mass. Holy Cross, 12;
Williams. 3.
At Orono. Me. Maine, 0; Bowdoln, 6.
At I-ewliton, Me. Bates, 5; Colby, 3.
At Schenectady Union. 9; Rochester Uni
versity. 3.
At nttsburg West Virginia, 11; University
ot nttsburg, 1.
At Durham, N. II. New Hampshire Col
lege 2. Springfield Y. M. C. A. 1.
At Troy, N. Y. Rensselaer Poly Institute
12, Hamilton Coltego 4.
RESOIXTE'S MAST TESTED.
BRISTOL. B. L, May 29. The sloop Reso
lute, candidate to defend the America's Cup,
was taken out Into Narragansett Bay to-day
for two hours and In the test, the third In
which the steel mast has been used, gave
complete satisfaction, according to officials
In charge. All the spars worked to perfec
tion and the yacht showed lively action un
der a twelve mile breeze from the northeast.
National and American League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadelphia, 2: New York, 1.
Brooklyn. Boston. 1 (1st game),
ltrooklm. 81 Boston. 4 (2d game 10 Innings).
Cincinnati. 3! Pittsburg, S.
Chicago, 81 St. I-oals, 8.
STANDING OF
flayed. Won. Lost. P.P.
Chicago
r-lnrlnnnil ..
37 22 18 .898
..30
21
IS
III
18
10
14
13
IS
14
IS
17
20
ID
15
83
.563
irirnoklyn ...
.rlttuburt ...
I Boston
St. Louis...
-fc.- Vrlf..
....-IS
33
32
3d
33
U
.343
.469
.444
.414
.371
rhUadclphla
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
rMUdelplda In New York.
JMfSlOU VIOVUJD,
Plttsborg In Cincinnati.
Bt. Louis (a Chicago
TIGERS DOWN YALE
IN 6 TO 5 GAME
nig Crowd Sees Loosely riaycd
But Exciting: Tussle on
Elis' Diamond.
Special to Tin 8cm and New YosK HeuLD.
Nw Haven, Conn.. May 29. In a
game that was always loosely enough
played to make It cxclUng. Princeton
defeated Yale this afternoon. 6 to 5, be
fore the uaual big crowd that is at
tracted by the coming of the Tigers.
Far better ball games have been played
on Yale Field this year, lut the stlcK-to-lt-lvcnesj
of tho men from New jer
sey was mifflclent to keep up the Inter
est until the last man was out. Both
teams played uncertain ball, especially
the Inftelders, and many a man was aa
van:ed because) of loose nanmmg ot tnc
ball, both at the throwing and receiv
ing ends.
Yale started off llko a sure winner,
touching up Warburton. the Princeton
star for three hits and a run in the
first Inning. With Crane out, Sawyer
got on on an infield hit and went to sec
ond as Keyes shot the ball wild to Cook.
Charley Faherty. who has the faoulty of
delivering In the hly games, ripped a
single to left field, Bcorlng Sawyer.
Faherty went to second on the throw
to catch Sawyer at the plate, but himself
Ti 1 u n I nrnM fit homo on McNamaras
TJrjtty throw on Diamond's hit.
Princeton came oacK wiwi mi
the second inning, Diamond made n
poor pass of Fisher's roller to first, nnd
McNamara was given a life when Ald
rlch dropped Sawyer's toss In at at
tempted force play at second. Both were
sacrificed by McPliee. Cook's hit drove
In Fisher and after Keyes went out
Warburton lined ona down the right
field foul line, scoring McNamara and
Cook,
Yalo evened up matters In the fourth
when two errors by Warburton and one
by Trimble were Injected In the play.
Holmes contributed a single, but Yale's
two runs were unearned. Hits by
t7i.A-i. niamnn nnit Aldrlch and a
wild peg to Becond by Keyes gave Yale
two runs In the fifth, after which Mar
getts went In and held the Ells hltless.
A dropped ball by Peters at the plate
on an attempt to catch McNamara re
sulted In a Tiger run In the sixth and
with the bases; clogged In the seventh,
Sellc-rk forced In the tlelng nbi when he
hit Cook, Princeton clinched the game
In the eighth. Margetts walked, went to
second on Strublng's sacrifice and scored
on Lee's clean hit to right
A great catch by Faherty off Fisher's
bat in the third was the fielding feature.
pnivorrrov.
V4T.R
ab r h o a e
ab r h o a e
S'blng.cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Lee.rf... fi 0 3 2 I 0!
Crane.lf.. 4 00 2 0 0
Sawver.2b 4 11 2 3 0
Trlm'e.ss BOO 2 3 1 Par'ns.rf. 4 00 2 0 0
Flsher.c. .12 2 4 1 1 Fah'ty.cf. 422 4 0 0
McN'a.lf. .HI 2 1 0 Dla'd.lb.. 5 2 2 10 11
McP'e.2b. 1 00 3 a0'llo!mes,3b 30 1 2 10
ik nil n nl
lA'rlch.ss. 4 02 3 0 2
Peters.c. 300 2 2 1
Pelleck.p. 300 0 4 1
Keyei.3b. 3 0 1 3 4 21
wton.p.. 2 0 1 0 12
M'getts.p 0 10 0 0 0
Savage. 10 0 0 0 0
tFred'cK. 100 o uo
Tota!i..3J3 8 2711 5
Tfll.l. tit a II 7 11 A
"Hatted for Warburton in sixtn.
tllatted for Parsons In ninth.
I'rlnceton 0 .1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0-C
Yale 100220000-5
Sacrifice hits Mcphee. Cook, Strubln.
Sacrifice fly Fisher. Stolen bases Lee 2.
T In. . lit a nl... in fnnlr f.eft nn llfl.PH
Yale, 8; Princeton, 11. Struck out By Sell
eck, 1; by Warburton. 2; by Margetts. 1.
liases on Daus-ruu nenecs. 011 ntr-
httvtnn 1- f,ft Marvatl. 1 lit! hv tlttrhr
Sawyer, Cook, Holmes. Hlts-Off Warbur
ton, B in a innings; on iiargeiis, none in 1
Innings. Time of game 2 hours. Umpires
Messrs Borty and Stafford.
TIMELY HITTING DY CUIIS.
Chicago, May 29 (National).
'rimely hitting by Chicago behind Good
win's wlldness and erratic support en
abled the locals to make it six straight by
defeating St. Louis to-day, 8 to 5. A.
double steal by Hollocher and Pasker.
in which the former scored, and the at
tempted steal of third by Lavan when
that base was already occupied by Four
nler were features. The score:
CHICAOO (N.)
ab r h o
Flaek.rf. 4 l 2 3
Hollo'r.ss 4 2 2 3
rask't.cf, 3 2 0 0
Ilarb'r.lb 4 1 1 12
"nh'm.lf 302 2
Deal ,3b. . 110 r.
..ny.2h. 3 0 0 1
O'Far'U.C 30 1 1
Hendrlx.p 3 110
Martln,p. 100 0
ST. LOUIS (N.)
a el ab r h
OOlSmlth.cf.. 4 1 1
aoiRchults.rf. .10 1
OOlPtock.Sb.. 4 0 1
0 0 Hor'by,2b. 2 I 1
4)0 Four'er.lb 4 1 2
3NMcHe'y,lf. 4 1 1 .1
4 OII.AVnn a 4 0 1 1
1 OlDllhoe'r.c. 4 0 1 5 10
2 0(ioodwln,p 3 11 1 0 0
1 0 Sherdell.p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals. .32 8 9 27 14 0 Totals 3r. 1 10 24 13 .3
St. Louis 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 01
Chicago 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 1 x-8
' Two base hits Fournler, Bobertson, Smith,
Schultz, Hollocher and Barber. Stolen bases
Hollocher and raskert. Sacrifices Bobert
son and Terry. Double p)ays-4.nvan to
Hornsby to Fournlerj Smith to Hornsby to
Stock; Barber (unassisted). Left on bases
St. Louis. 0; Chicago, I. Base on Balls
Off Hendrlx. 3: off Ooodwln. 2: off Martin,
1. Hlts-Off Hendrlx, 10 In 7 1-3 Innings;
oft Martin, none In 12-3 Innings; off Good
win, 3 in 7 Innings: off Sherdell, 1 In 1 In
ning. Struck out By Goodwin, 2; by Hen
drlx, 1: by Sherdell, 1. Wild pitch Good
win. Winning pitcher Hendrlx, Losing
pitcher Goodwin. Umpires Qulgley and
O'Day. Time of game 2 hours.
HOLY CROSS VICTORIOUS.
WILLIAMSTOWN. Mass.. May 29. - Holy
Cross defeated Williams here to-day, the
score being 12 to 3, The score:
HOLY CBOSS.
ab r h o a e
LeoD'n.lf .1 3 3 4 4 1
Gag'n.ss 4 32 0 4 11
LenDn.cf 5 2 1 .1 0 0
O'C'or.lb 4 1 1 11 0 0
WILLIAMS.
ab r h o a e
Harder.rf 2 00 0 0 0
Mingo.rr.. :oo o 0 0
Mason,2D. 4 12
B'nton.ss. 4 0 0
4 2
2 3
01
01
00
00
01
00
30
40
M'G're.Jb 4 0 10
S'tow,3b. .100 0
D'h'ty.rf 4 2 1 1
Connors.c .10 0 8
Horan.p. 3 110
ft 0 Flnn.c... 4 1 1
1 Nichols, lb 3 1 1
OOiM'Lean.cf .100
0 0Ward.3b. 4 00
8 01
Burger.lf.
100
200
2 00
100
Hoyt.lt...
Fatton.p..
Holmes, p
Totalsll 12 10 27 18 4
Totals. 31 3 4 27 13 8
Holy Cross 3 0 0 4 1 3 0 1 012
Williams 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0-3
Base hlts-Jagnon. Leo Dugan. Three
base hit Nichols. Stolen bases O'Connor.
McGutre. Bases on balls Off Horan, 2: off
Patton. 4. Struck out By Horan, 7; by rat
ton, 3: by Holmes, 3. Double plays Gag
nor. McGuIro and O'Connor. Mason and
Nichols. Hit with pitched ball Harder and
Mingo. Wild pitches Horan. Holmes. Um
pireBarry. Time of game 1 hour and 43
minutes.
TENNIS VICTORY FOR W. VA.
MOBOANTOWN, W. Va May 29 West
Virginia University beat the University of
rittsburg at tennis here to-day. winning both
doubles matches and two of the four singles
matches. The work of Smith for Pitt inrf
Mcintosh tor West Virginia was high "las".
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
New York, 4) Boston, 3 (1st game)
New Yark, 8: B.ton, 3 (Jd ilme)
Washington, lit Philadelphia, 8 (1st rm,v
Washington. 5i Philadelphia, 0 (id 5SS.'
Chicago, l Cleveland, 1 (1st galne) '
Cleveland. 8: Chicago, I (2d Hmo
Detroit, 81 St. Louis, 3. "'
THE CLUBS.
Played. Won. Lost.
Cleveland . . .
Boston
New York...
Chicago .....
Washington .
St. Louis....
Philadelphia
Detroit
P.C.
...w CI u
..34
.678'
.618
..183
.84.1
.S2
301
.343
.303
21
21
IS
IS
13
12
10
13
13
IS
IS
20
23
23
3d
33
34
33
33
.....33
Philadelphia In Washington.
Chicago In Cleveland.
Detroit In St,
Louis.
Present Issue
DUNCAN HITS THE
REDS TO VICTORY
Makes Three Hits nnd Drivr
In Three Runs Agninst
the Tirntcs.
Cincinnati, Ohio, May ii (N'atlona
The hitting of Duncan was the leading
factor In Cincinnati's vlclory over Pit's,
burg to-day by a score of 3 to 2.
Duncan got three of the Ave hits made
by the Reda and drove over all the runs
His single In the first scored Dauber
and his home run to left field In the slx'h
drove In Groh.
Duncan and Qroh secured all the h i
made oft Carlson. Luijuo was hit free ,
but brilliant support kept down the
Pittsburg score. Tho score :
PITTSBUBO (N.) I CINCINNATI N
ab r h o a el ibrh i ,
N'clsn.lf 4 01 3 0 0! Itatli,2b 4 0 0 i o
Carey.cf .1 1 1 3 OOfDa'brt.lb 3 1 (Ml o
C'tnw.2b. 4 02 2 3WOroh,3b 412 1 i .
8'rwth,rf 3 00 0 OOlBoush.cf 2 00 4 .. o
Wh'td.Sb 3 00 3 oo iuncan,lf 3 13 . .,
Caton.sa. 401 3 2 0Kopf,s
00 1 .
Orlm.lti. 4 00 8 OO.'Eale.rf. 3 00
Bchm't.o 3112 l n:vingo.c. son ; .
Carlson, p 3 03 0 1 O'Luque.p . 3 00 u n
H'ncmn 1 0 0 0 0 0
1 Totals. IS 3 " 27 H
Totals. 32 2024 7 0!
'Batted for Carlson In ninth.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 l a-.
Cincinnati 1 0000200 :
Two base lilt-Oroh. Three base hit ar
son. Home run Duncan. Double ray
(Iroh, Wlngo and Eaubert, Luque. Bam ai.n
Daubert. Left on bases Pittsburg 7 C'li
clnnatl 3. Base on bolls Off Luque, 3 off
Carlson, 2. Hit by pitcher By Luque, 1.
Struck out By Luque, 1. by Carlson, I
Umpires Hart and McCormlek Time of
came, 1 hour 33 minutes.
TWO FOR TIIK SKNATOHS.
Philadelphia, Jlay 29 I American' -Washington
had a big Inning In each
game of the first double header in thK
city this season, winning' both battles bv
scores of 11 to 5 and 5 to 0. Bern
yielded eight safeties In the second in
ning of the first game.
Johnson held the locals to four singlet
In the second contest and Plclnlch's home
run with two on bases In the fourth In
ning decided the Issue. The scores :
FIBRT GAME. ,
WASHINGTON (A.) i PHILADELPHIA i.V
abrhoael abrhoarf
Jude.lb. 3 23 13 0 0 Dykes,2h 4 00 6
Milan, K.. 31 2 0 0 0 Thom's,.1b 5 02 4
40
10
oo
1 fl
00
00
40
OA
oo
Shanks.lf 1 00 0 0 OiWalker.lf. 1 2
BIce.cf . .. 5 0 2 1 0 llWelch,cf .512
Both.rf. 232 2 OO'Dugan.ss. 311
B. HTIs.ib 302 3 7 llWItt.rf . . . 4 12
Hll'rte.Hb 4 1 0 3 4 0 Perklns.c. 1 0 1
Khan'n.ss 4 1 2 2 2 0 Styles.c. . . .10 1
C. ha'rtty.': 4 2 3 3 1 0 Orlffln.lb. 4 1 0
Zach'ry.p 4 1 3 0 2 0 Perry ,p... 000
Keefe.p... 100
10
Totals.35 11 19 27 16 2Moore . 1 00 0 0 0
IB.Har'Is.p 1 00 0 2 0
liommei.p. uun ti uu
ItBurrus . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. SS 5 11 27 13 0
Batted for Keefe In fourth Innings.
t Batted for Bommel In ninth Inning.
Washington 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 11
Philadelphia .... 00030001 1-S
Two base hits Both, S. Harris. Zarhary
nnd Bice. Three bnw hits-Judge, Welch
and Thomas (2). Stolen bases Bice and
Both (2). Sacrifices S. Harris and Shanks.
Trouble plays Shannon, 8. Harris and Judge,
Dugnn, Dykes and firlffln. Left on bases
Vashlnton. 4. Philadelphia. 8. Bases ot
balls Off Zachary, 2: off Perry, 1, off B
Harris. 1; off Bommel. I. Hlts-Off Tern,
8 In 2 Innings; off Kcete. 3 In 2 Innings oft
B. Harris, 8 In 4 innings; off Bommel, none
In 1 Inning. Hit by pitcher By Keefe, Roth.
Struck out By Zachary, 3; by Keefe, 1 , by
B. Harris, 2. Losing pitcher Perry. Um
piresOwens and Chill. Time of game 1
hour and 54 minutes.
SECOND GAME.
WASHINGTON (A.) PHILADELPHIA (A 1
abrhoael ab r h o a i
Judge.lb. 4 1 1 (1 O0lDykes.2b. 3 0 0 .1 4 0
Milan. If.. 401 0 0 0 Thom's-lb 30 1 3 10
Blce.cf. . 301 3 0 0 Walker.lf 40 1 1 10
Both.rf.. 4 0.1 0 OO'Welch.cf.. 4 00 1 Of)
Harris.Ib .1 I 2 3 1 O'Dupan.ss. 4 00 3 ?, 0
El'bee.3b 4 115 .1 0' Wltt.rf . . . 4 00 1 0'
Shan'n.ss 3 1 1 0 4 HOrlffln.lb 3 00 11 3 0
P'nlch.c. 4 1 1 10 20,perklns,e. 30 t 3 no
J'son.p.. 400 0 lOjMoore.p.. 301 1 OA
Totals.33 5 11 27T1 P Totals. 31 0 4 27 !
Wnshlngtoi 1 0 O 4 0 O 0 0 0"
Philadelphia 00 0 00000 O--0
Home run riclnlch. Two bnse lilt Milan
Sacrifices Milan, Harris. Double plav-,
Moore. Dugan and Dykes. Left on bae's-j
Washington, 0; Philadelphia. 0. Bases nn
halls-Off Moore, 3. Hit by pltrher-By
Johnson, 2 (Dykes. Thomas). Struck out
By Johnson. 0: by Moore. 3. Balk-Johnson
Umpires-Owen and Chill. Time of rime
1 hour and 20 minutes.
Gerber's Throw Costly.
St. Louis. May 29 (American)
Gerber's wild throw In the eighth after
two men were out paved the way for
two runs and gavo Detroit a secoml
straight vlctor.v over St. Loul.s to-dav
The score wns 5 to 3. It was the sixth
straight defeat for the locals. :hmk
allowed six hits, but kept them well
scattered. Tho score:
DETROIT (A.) ! ST. LOUS (A 1
naI'J.h aei abrhoae
oung.2b 5 0 1 4.aoiAustln..1h. 4 12 .1 .10
Jones.3b. .112 1 0 r)P(leon.2b 40 1 1 Id
Cohhrf 22 1 0 0 OiSlsler.Ib.. 3 00 0 1"
wc?n'!: 5 9 V 1 0 Ja'bson.rf 4 10 2 10
Heirn.lh 2111.1 1 0 Wll'ms.cf 2 12 .1 (1 1
Ilacd.rf .10 0 .-, nOITobln,lf.. .10 1 5 in
Ilush.ss.. 5 0 1 1 r, WOerber.ss. 400 2 2 1
Man Ke.c 5 12 2 0 OlRevercld.e 4 1) 11 1 0 11
Lhmke.p 4 00 0 4 O'Davls.p.. . 2 0 0 1 4 0
Totals..34 51127 17o'rSm,m- 100
I Totals... PI 31127 13 2
Batted for Davis In the ninth Inning.
P'lro"; 102000020-1
st-k" 20000001 0-.T
vTwoJl?"v,l!,t.',-Coob' Tob'n. Austin. Three
base hlt-WIllljms. Home run-1Vllllams
Molen base Cobb. Sacrifice hlt-Hel!m.!n,
Hush. Gedeon. Double plays Bush and Bell
man; Jacobson and Sister. Left on bases-
J?.'.,r?!' !2: 5'' I'oul, na!" 0" balla
Off Ehmke. G; off Davis. R. Struck oul
By Ehmke, 1. Wild pltch-Davls. Umpim
Connolly and Morlarty. Time of same
2 hours.
KASTEILV LEAGUE.
At SprlnRfleld rt H E.
Springfield s 10 5
New Haven , 6 12 0
Batteries Jensen. Morgan and" Wilder.
Gulden. Brown and Wilson.
At rittsfield- n K E
IMftSfl-l,! .a 1
Bridgeport .'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.8 12 5
uuncrirs oiuoine ana snovcr, Hayflen, si.
Walsh, Lennon and rasquelly.
At Worcester i ir F!
Worcester 12 i." ;
Waterbury .. n is I
Tin, T.I-U T . .
.Mm...-,. u,3i,, utnneii ana ienm.in.
Kahn. McQuade. Williams and Shlnau.t
At ITartfnrrl 1, it f
Hartford ' 1 1
Albany 0 I t
Batteries Pennington nnd Damm. Mar
quis and Plkerle.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Columbus n ir 1-1
Toledo r 13 i
Columbus 4 11 1
Batteries Dubuc. Mlddleton and Murphy
McQuillan, Mulrennan and Hartley ill in
nings). At St. Paul rt. It. E.
Minneapolis 2 5 I
St. Paul .1 5 I
Batteries Schauer and Owens. Hall ar.J
Hargrave.
At Indianapolis R H E
Louisville 2 3
Indianapolis 5 12 '
Batteries Koob, Wright and Meyer. Cavel
and Gossctt.
At Milwaukee- B 'I I"
Kansas Cllv r. ID H
Milwaukee t... ... 13 IS
Batteries Tuero. Bolden, Letter a n
Sweeney; Northrop, Gaston and Virion.
D U I 1 IfV
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platinum, watches, diamonds, pearls.
van. write.
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