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wtna .GTtw Arn wrcw vnttTT WF.RATiTOv THURSDAY. JULY' 15. 1920.
10 4 xxxfa mn ' ' . jB
Double Header From Cubs
(Quinn Knocked Out, but Ruth
Makes iris Twenty-eighth
Home Hun.
nr W.H.MAM n. iiasxa.
Tho Yankees are not thrlvlne. Their
midsummer campaign Is bumplnc alone,
JoBlnc opportunities and occasionally
yesterday for Instance lostnB crounil.
They wera beaten, 7 to 3, by the Browns,
and with the Cleveland It was the
tisual story -pmo team almost beat
them. Tho Yanks iost and the , Ckvjj
lands won and tho Yanks aa a result of
tho day's endeavors, widened by a full
Ritmc the sap between thorn and first
PlTh! Browns outBamcd Hug's liench
men yesterday. Babe Ilutli made his
twenty-elshth homo run and is but ono
behind his record, but what the Browns
did to the Yankees later took most of
tho gilt of enjoyment off the home run
Kuth lost a fly In tho seventh Inning
In a manner to Indicate the sun was to
blame, which maybe It was, though It
wasn't u strong sun. un,d right there
occurred the break of tho game. Had
Bulb caught that fly the whole aspect
of tho afternoon would have been
changed, hut as It was the Browns kept
right on, knocked Quinn out of the box
and made five runs, all after Buth's Ina
bility to grapplo with an ordinarily easy
Facing PUIe Davis, who beat them In
St. Louis, the Yankees prolonged their
batting ulump. They made but five hits.
They've slowed tip a. good deal this
month, but up to yesterday were fighting
hard ns ever. They didn't fight well
yesterday. They were listless, dispir
ited demeanor which won't do If they
are to keep in the pennant hunt.
Tho Browns made but ono hit In their
first six innings, then popped out with
n lot of them. The Yankees weren't
revelling In hits themselves in that
time. They made three, and the only
one that amounted to anything was
Buth's shot Into tho lower grand stand
In the second Inning, with nobody on.
The Babe did not receive tho tribute
of the fans with his customary smiling
front. He didn't look up and he didn't
lift his cap. a little courtesy which
wouldn't havo hurt him. which was tho
fans' due, and which he'll never bo big
enough to be above. He was boorish
itbout It and he waen't the only one.
Ward's manner of receiving home run
applause In tho eighth Inning also was
that of the boor. The fans have taken
the reverses of tho last two days with
better grace than tho players.
Ward unhooked a triple In tho fifth
with two out, and Plpp. who never hit
the ball past the infield, bounced to
Davis. Iliith tried to steal In the sixth
with nobody out. Davis wouldn't glvo
the Babe much of a chance to hit nfter
the homo run. The farco of walking
this great batter went right on. and
some day the rule makers will come to
a full realization of the fact that tho
.practice Is in great disfavor with tho
'public. As one baseball patron sanely
remarks: "It may bi good Inside stuff,
but tho fans don't put down their little
iron men to see Inside baseball."
With Buth'3 homer as velvet nOf went
Jingling and merry with the Yanks until
Blslcr led off with a single In the sev
enth. Jacobson raised a fly to left and
that's where Buth lost the decision In
his solar bout. He took tv somewhat
similar fly lif the next inning, Ttcfd" It,
but made a good deal of fuss, more than
seemed necessary, over lt
With two men on and nobody out.
Quinn lost all he had. He passed Will
lams, then came singles by .Smith nnd
Corner, the removal of Qijlnn. a hit by
Scvereld off Shore and a sacrifice fly
by Tobln. "When Ocdeon came to bnt In
this Inning he was hissed, The Inning
before he drove a liner to Quinn and
was thrown out. He petulantly threw
Ills bat at the ball. Ho wasn't trying to
hit Quinn. .but nevertheless It was a
thoughtless, senseless thing to do, and
some show of regret on Ocdeon'a part
would have set better on him than the
grinning he did when the people were
showing their disapproval. A clean
player, Qed.eon, but what he did on this
occasion was stupid,
Two runs gallivanted homo in the
eighth when Vlck became a colander for
a single with two on bases. The Yanks
made two In the eighth on a homo run
by Ward Into tho left field gallery, a
pass to RUth, a pitched ball which hit
Vlck on the head nnd did no more than
muss hs hair, and a single by Bodle.
Tho score:-
' ST L017IS (A.). I NEW YORK (A.).
ab r h o a el ibrli n 11
Tobln.rf.. 4(1 1 2 0 nPeck,rs., 4 0 0 0 30
Gedeon.2b rrfl)vn ftnlWanUb.. 5 12 I 00
HIsler.lb. 4 1,4 IT, Otrfl'lpp.lh,.. 400 11 "0
Jac'on.cf. 432 0 0 Otn.uih.If... 121 4 On
Will's.lf.. 31-p 4 0 OjMeusel.rf . 100 1 00
Pmlth.Sb. 4 J 2 .1 7.MVIck,rf.,.. 200 :i ot
C.erbr.i3 4 1 U 1 (tnl
nodle.cf,,. 301 3 00
Bevereld.c 3014 10
i'ratt.2o... soi l .10
u&vit.p.. 4 ii y u 4 1
Ruel.c.... 4 00 .1 10
Qulnn.p... 2 00 0 1 0
Totais..35 7'271Tl
Hnore.p.,., iuo o 0 0
Lewis.,., l iiu o oo
Totals.. .31 3 .1 11 in 1
Ilattcd for Shore In the ninth lnnlnr and
filed nut.
fit. LouIb 00000052 0-7
HfW Writ U1UUUU0 2 0-3
Uuna batted in Dy Tobln, 1; by Smith, 1;
by Gerber, ii: by Severeld, ,1 ; by Ward, 1;
by Uuth, 1: by Uudle, 1. Two bane hit
Sevf-eld. Thres bane hit Ward. Horn rum
Ward, nuth. Sacrifice fly--Tobln. Stolen
bases Tobln. Ituth. Loft on bases Ht. Louis,
4; New York, s. Hoses on balls Off Quinn,
2; off Davis, 0. Struck out Ily Davis, 3;
by Quinn. 4. Hit by Ditched Uis.ll Dr Davis
(Vlck). F-nrncd runs-Off Davis. 3: off
ijuinn. n. lllta-orr Quinn. a in six Innings
(nobody out In seventh uhen rellevtdl: off
Shore, 4 In three Innlnirs. Losing pitcher
wuinn. umpires iiiiaeDranu ana uvans,
Tiros of game 2 hours.
WASHINGTON, July 14 (Amerlcan).-
Wftsnington uereatea unicajo to-uay, (I to 4.
Tllce hit for a home run In tho flfUi with
two on base. In the eighth a walk ann three
triples In succession netted three more runs
tor Washington. The score:
ibrh a a e
ab r h n a e
Mebmld.lt 4 2 1 0 0 0
E.C'ns.Sb S 1 3 5 2 0
Ve'ver,3b 3 0 0 0 1 0
Jnck'n.rf. 3 1 2 2 0 0
Kelsch.cf . 4 0 1 1 0 0
Judre.lb.. 4 11 l 0 0
Mllan.U,.. .12 1 3 11
Itlce.cf.... .1 1 3 2 0 0
noth.rf... 4 11 2 0 0
Harrl,3b; 4 13 0 4 0
J.C'ns.lb 4 0 1 8 0 O'Shanks.Sb 4 0 1 2 3 0
HIsb'fB.ss 4 0 2 2 4 OiShan'n.ss. 4 00 2 4 0
Schalk.e.. 4 0 1 0 0 Oharrlty.c 10 0 1 2 0
Wlll'ms.p 300 tr"2 0 Courtn'y.p 3 00 1 rto
Mc.M'Iln. 100 0 OOShaw.p... 000 0 0 0
tl'tcinlch.c 200 0 0 0
Totals. .35 1 11 21 0 0
Totals.. .12(1 10 T 14 1
Batted for Williams In the ninth Inning.
tUatted -lor Shaw In the third Inning.
Chicago , 20200000 01
Washington 00003003 x 0
Three base hits Jackson, Felsch, n. CoU
llns, lloth, Harris, Shanks. Home run Itlre.
Sacrifices Weaver, Bice.' Doublo play E.
Collins, Rlsberg and J. Collins. Left oa
bases Chicago, 7; Washington, 5. I)ao on
balls-Off Shaw. 1; off Williams. !. Hlts
Off Shaw, 0 In 3 Innings; off Courtney, 5 In
G Innings. Hit by plfcher By Courtney, l
(Jackson). Struck out-By Shaw, 1: by
Courtney, 4: by Williams, 4. Winning
pitcher Courtney. Umpires Morlarty and
Chill. Time of gam 1 hour and 42 minutes.
JUSLEY CAMP, England. July 14 (Cana
dian Press). The Kolapore challenge cup.
open to members of the British forces only,
was wm at the annual lllsley rifle meet
to-day by South Africa. Canada waa sec
ond and the British Isles third. The trophy
was donated aa a perpetual trophy In 1171
by the late Bajali of Kolapore, and calls
for teams of eight men flrlna tan shots
e.scn at rangen oi jw, wi ana to yards.
8:80 P. M. Yankees vs. Bt Louis.-AdV.
Mamaux and Pfeffer in
Fine Form Against Cubs
Olson's Homer Under Fence
Wins Ono of Two Games
for Lodgers.
Special to Tim Bi'N ahti New Yosk Heiuld.
Chicago, July H. The Dodgers won
both sections of a double headfrsjfrom
the. Cuba here this afternoon and tight
ened their grasp on first place In the
National Leuguo struggle. It was the
second time In tho series that Brooklyn
has captured a bargain bill from, Fred
Mitchell's North aiders. The eqore ff
the first gamo waa 3 to 2 jind that cf
the following contest 4 to 1. In eaca
conflict tho Brooklyn pitchers were too
strong for the Cub batters.
Mamaux twirled the Initial game, but
In the ninth frame ho was rescued ly
Grimes, when the Cubs Hashed a nlly.
Tyltr was Mamaux's rival and both
pitchers went ulong smoothly until the
sixth Inning, when all tho (coring of U-o
contest was accomplished. In the first
live chapters, however, Mamaux clearly
outpltchcd the Cuba' southpaw. He lysid.
Mitchell' men to two cinglCH, wnlla
the Dodgers hit Tyler freely, but could
not connect when a blow was needed to
jiusli a, runner over tho plate.
'me Dodgers finally scoreu uiree limes
In the sixth. Koncy opened the Inning
with a triplo and Krueger sent him
lume with a short slnglo to right.
Krueger went to second on an Infield
out and Olson followed with a sharp
grounder past Deal. The ball did not
stop until It had passed under tho gate
of the picket fence in left field and Ivan
waH credited wtlh a home run that sent
Krueger over tho plate ahead of him.
Tho Cubs came back In their half ot
tho session after two were out with a
rally which fell one run short of evening
up tho score. Terry tingled and Bobert
son drew a pass. Barber beat out a hit
to Johnston, filling tho bases. Mamaux
was unsteady and I'uskert singled to
left, Hcorlng Terry and Robertson. Deal
closed the Inning with a fly to Wheat
The Cubs' half of the ninth was ex
citing? Paskcrt opened It with a hit to
Johnson and Deal sacrificed. 1'askert
took third on a passed ball and then
Grimes went to tho slab. Faskcrt held
third while Johnston tossed out Frlbcrg.
Merkla batted for Killefer and walked.
He stole second, and Flack, who batted
for Tyler, ended the gamo by hitting to
Olson, who throw him out.
In the second gamo Pfeffer hurled
against Carter. Pfeffer was In splendid
form, and after- the hccond inning never
was In danger. Tho Dodgers got to
Carter at the start, singles by Olson,
Johnston nnd Griffith netting them their
first tally In the oponlng round.
Deal's double. Frlberg's sacrifice and
Daly's slnglo to centre In the second
Inning resulted In tho Cubs evening up
tho score. The Dodger3 regained the
lead In the following stanza, when thi-y
scored ono run on Olson's .single to
centre, Griffith's infield out and Wheat's
double to left.
In tho sixth frame Wheat started tho
Dodgers off by clouting the ball to
Paskcrt a territory for three bases and
Myers scored him with a double. Konay
fouled out and Kililuff popped to Bar
ber. Tho Cubs' first Backer thought
Kllduff's out retired tho side (and he
rolled the ball to the slab. Myers ran
Athletics Score 3 in First In
ning but Lose.
' Philadelphia, Pa., July 14 (Atner
lean). Philadelphia batted Covelesklo
for three runs In tho first Inning to-day,
but thereafter could do nothing with
him, and Cloveland came from behind
and won S to 3. The score:
ab r h o n e1 ab r h o a e
Evana.lf.. SOO 2 00 Wltt.rf. .. 411 0 00
Chap'n.ss 32 2 3 2 01
Spe'ker.cf 4 1 2' 4 0 0
Wood.rf.. 5 02 0 0 0
Gord'r,3b 4 00 0 0 0
Wnm's.2b 2 11 5 2 0
Pykes,3b.. 30 1 1 2 0
Walker.lf. 3 0 1 3 0 0
Welch.cf.. 4 1 2 4 0 0
Dugan.Zb. 4 11 3 3 1
rerklns.c 4 0 1 r, 2 0
John'n.lbl 30 0 11 10
O'Nrlll.c' 4 0 0 2 2 0
arlfllth,ll 30 0 8 00
Gallo'y.ss. 3 0 1 3 10
Mccre.p... 3 0 0 0 30
cov uie.p 4 1. u o u
Totals. .34 5 0 27 13 0 Totals. ..31 3 S 27 It 1
Cloveland 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1-.1
Philadelphia 30000 0 00 0-3
Two base hits Wood, Wilt, Dugan, Per
kins. Three base hit Chapman. Sacrifices
Johnston, Speaker, Dykes, Walker. Double
play Wambsganns anil Johnston. Left on
bases Cleveland, 9; Philadelphia. 3. Bases
on balls Off Moorj, 5. Struck cut-Br Cove
leskl, 2; by Moore, 3. Umpires Nallln and
Connolly. 'Imo of gnmc 1 hour and' 41 min
CINCINNATI. Ohio. July 14 (Natlonalh
Clnclnnatl won a hard fought ten Inning
game from Philadelphia to-day, 3 to 2.
Fletcher was put out of the game In the
seventh Inning for disputing a dtclslor. by
Umpiro Harrison. The score:
ab r h n a el ' alrli one
P'ettc.lb. .10310 1 0;nnth,:b... 5 2 1 3 2 0
Il'lnBs.2b 500 2 1 0D'bert.1b. 502 8 0 0
W'ams.ct 5 11 1 0 0
Iloush.cf.. 502 3 0 0
Dunean.lf. 4 0 1 3 0 0
Neale.rt.. 4 00 5 1 0
Crar.e,3b.. 4 0 1 2 21
Rlcklng.ss 4 0 0 2 10
Allen.c... 4 12 4 5 0
Lurpje.p... 4 0 2 0 1 0
Stengel.rf 4 0 1 4 0 0!
Meusel.lf. 3 00 2 0 Hi
F-cher.s. 3 0 1 2 2 0
Wst'e.3b. 1 0 0 0 10
M -r.2b.as 4 12 - 4 1
Whrow.o 3 01 3 1 01
niov.n... 4 OC 2 1 01
Totals.. .39 3 11 30 12 1
Totals. .37 2 ll's u I
On? out when sinning run was scored.
Philadelphia .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-2
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-3
Two base hit-Allen. Threo base lilt
Williams. fttolen base Itoush. Double
play Allen to nath. Left on bases Phila
delphia, 7: Cincinnati, 8. Bases on hnlls
Off Luque. 2. Struck out By Luque, .1: by
Blxey, 3. Wild pltch-nUey. Umpires
Harrison and McCormlck. Tlnie of dame
2 hours and 12 minutes.
At Springfield (first game) ,B, It. E.
Springfield 5 14 1
Hartford ;; 3 10 2
P.alterl4 Moraran, Koran. Jenson and
Wilder; Head. Pennington and Cox. (Fifteen
Second rnmc B. II. K.
Springfield 4 13 0
Hartford J 8 1
Batteries Mayberry and Naughton; Cox
and Killcy. (Ten Innings.)
At Albany B. If. E.
Altany 9 .? 2
Bridgeport . ,M 2
Batteries Harrington an Predlger; House
and Skiff.
American and National League Records.
St. Loujs. 7: New Ydrk. 3.
Boston, : Detroit, .1 (first garni),
lbstcn, 4; Detroit, 0 (second, game),
Cleveland, 3; llilladelphla, 3.
Wanlnston, 0: Chleagi, 4.
Won. Ist. P.C.
K) 20 .071
, M 23 .
48 30 .1113
!M nil .314
.10 40 .101
37 .".'I .W7
21 M .310
21 01 .230
Cleveland ...
New York ..
Wahlng'.o.i .
St. Louis ....
St. Louis In New York. i
Detroit in Boston.
vutcia'iu in I niiauvipillA. K
, Chicago In Washington. I
II 111 ' I ' "77 I I ' S..I.S-. I .-.I III
Leading Hitters
in Major 'Leagues
Player. Ctnb. fi. A.IJ. It. tj. V.C.
SUIer, . Loul 70 SIS 60 1W .
Npeaker, Cleveland. 70 3 71 1JJ .403
,UrUon, Chicago.,. 74 Ml 4 117 .30J
Ituth, New VorU... 74 Mi M 07 .MS
Ulce. Washington... 74 208 43 100 .300
Mayer. Hob. 0. A.H. It. H. I.C.
llornxby, St. Louis. 01 3!S M 110 .300
Sinltli, New York.. 40 139 10 47 J3S
Monrtchy, llrooUlrn. 07 Ml 31 RO MO
IUiUf.h, flBflnaall.. 71 IM 33 M J
(rob. Cincinnati.... 70 270 43 00 J10
to third and crossed tho plate when
Elliott singled to right;
Pfeffer was lnvlnclblo after the third
Inning, and Barber's slnglo In tho ninth
waa the only hit made oft him In tho
last six frames.
After Olson had made his freak home
run In tho first game Manager Mitchell
protested to Umpiro Klem on the
grounds that ho did not think tho ball
had gone tho required 215 feet from the
home plate when It rolled through the
fence. When the second gamo was com
pleted the distance from tho Plate to
the spot whero the ball rolled under the
gate was measured and found to exceed
233 feet. It therefore was a lcga homo
run and left Mitchell no grounds on
which to protest the contest. Tho score:
. nb r h o a e ab r h o a e
Olson.es.. 4 1 1 3 2 0 Two'bly.rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
John'n.Sb 5 0 1
1 1 iMTerry.ss... s i i a n
Nles.rf... 30 1 3 Op
Wheat.lf. 4 02 3 0 0
Uob'son.lt 3io . vv
Ilarber.lb. 40 1 13 0 0
I'sskert.cf 4 02 1 0 0
PoaUb... 30 1 1 10
Krlb'rg.Sb 4 0 0 1 3 0
Klllefer.c. 2 0 0 3 1 0
Merkle... 100 n 0 0
Dslv.a.... 0 00 2 0 0
Mycrs.cr, ao.o 3 ou
Ko-chy.lb 4 11 7 0 0
Klld'ff,2b 301 1 2 0
Krueger.c 4 11 7 10
Matra'x.p 3 0 1 0 2 0
Grimes, p. 000 0 0 0
iTyler.P.... 2 00 0 3 0
Totals..35 3 0 27 8 01
tFIacll.... 1 00 o uu
I TOUU...30 2 0I7 IS I
Patted for Killefer In the "!vnlli Inning.
tBnttnl for Tyler in the ninth timing,
llrooklyn 00000300 0-3
Chicago 0000020 0 0-2
Two base hits-Johnston, Wheat. Mamaux.
Three basn hit Konetchy. Homo run-Olson.
Stolen base-Daly. Sacrifices-Terry. M.
Deal. Left on bas-Drooklyn, 11 ! Chicago,
7. Dasea on balls-Off Tyler. 3: off Mamaux.
3: off Orlmcs, 1. Hlts-Off Mamaux. fi In
R 1-3 Innings; off Grimes, 0 In 2-3 Inning.
Struck out-I)r Mamaux, 7: by Tyler, 4.
Passed ball Kruegnr. Winning pltchor
Mamaux. Umpires Klem and Emslle. Time
of game 2 hours.
ab r h o a e ab r h o n e
Olson. ss.. .122 2 5 1 'Two'bly.rf 4 00 4 00
Jolm'n.3b 502 0 2 0,
Crlfth.rf 40 1 0 0 0
Terry.ss.. 4 00 I 3 0
Itob'son.ir so i 3 ou
llarber.lb. 4 0! 12 0 1
Paskert.cf 4 00 3 0 0
Wheat.lf. 4 1 2 3 0 0
Myers.ef . 4 1 1 2 0 0
Ko'chy.iD soon uo
Deal.3b... 4 11 O . u
Klld'ff.2b 4 02 3 2 0 Trib'rg.Sb 200 1 5 0
F.lllott.c.. 40 1 0 1 0'Daly.c.... 30 1 3 10
I'fcffer.p. 3 00 0 3 0
rarter.p... 2 00 0 1 0
Flack.... 1 00 0 0 0
Bailey ,p.. 0 00 0 10
Totals. .30 4 11 27 13 1
Totals.. 31 13 27 13 1
Batted for Carter la the eighth Inning.
Brooklyn 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0-4
Chicago 01000000 0-1
Two base hits-Deal, Wheat, Myers. Three
haso hit Wheat. Stolen bastv-Barber. Sacri
fice Prlbers. Double play Terry. Vrlbcri;
and Barber. Left on bases-Brooklyn, 7;
Chicago, Bases on balls-Off Tfeffer. I;
off Carter. 1: off Bailey. 1. Hlts-Off Car
ter. It In R Innings, off Uatley, 0 In 1 In
ning. Struck out-By Pfeffer, 2. losing
Pltclier-Carter. Umpires-Klein and Emslle.
Time of game t hour and 31 minutes.
Akrcn. S; Jersey City, 2 (five Innings:
called on account of rain).
Buffalo, fi; Baltimore, 3.
Toronto, 7; Beadles, 3.
Other teams wero pot echeduled.
W. L. P.CI w. l. r.c
Buffalo. , &l 27 .607 Beading. . 41 41 ..'.00
Baltlmoro 51 20 .OSS'Jersey City 30 51 .370
Toronto.. 53 31 .3tHochster. 20 54 .321
Akron.... 51 30 .K30'Ryracuse.. IS 01 .223
Jersey City In Buffalo.
Syracuse In Toronto.
" Reading In Rochester.'
Baltimore In Akron.
at ia'Fr.u.0.
R. II. E.
210000000-3 fl 3
1 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 x-4) 10 2
Batteries Frank and Egan; Martin and
R. H. E.
Raadlng 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 14 2
Toronto O 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 0-7 9 0
Batteries Brown, Barriers and Konnlck;
Shea and Deln.
R. II. E.
Jersey City O 0 0 0 2-2 0 2
Akron 2 3 1 2 0-8 13 1
Batteries Brenell, Donovan and Freltag;
Flaherty and Walker, Sinllh. Called end ot
fifth lnnlngi rain.
PITTSBURG, Pa.. July 14 (National).
Pittsburg won its third straight game from
Boston to-day, 4 to 3. Victory came In the
eighth Inning. In the sixth Mann hit over
the left field fenro for a home run. the first
hit out of the park this season. The score:
ab r h o a of ab r h o a e
Powcll.cf 3 1 1 2 0 0 Blgbee.lf.. 4 23 1 0 0
Ford.... 100 0 OOCarey.cf.. 312 3' 0 0
Kayrcs.cf 10 1 2 0 0 S'worth.rf 4 01 2 0 0
Plck,2b... 401 2 4 1 Whltl'd.3b 4 0 2 2 3 1
Mann.lf.. 2114 O0C'shaw,2b 411 5 5 1
Bul'van.rf 3 0 0 1 01
urimm.io. .toil -u
Holke.lb. 5 00 8 1 Ol
B'ckel.Sb. 3 0 3 0 10
Caton.ss,. 3 0 1 0 3 0
Hoef'nerie 3 0 0 1 2 0
MMlle.ss 4 00 .1 I OlConper.p.. 3 00 1 4 0
O'Nell.C. 4 11 1 0
Oesch'r.p 3 01 1 10
Totals 31 4 10 27 19 2
tGowdy.. 10 0 u o 0
Totals. 3 1 3 9 24 10 2
Batted for Powell in the seventh tnnlng.
IBatted for Oeschger In the ninth Inning.
Boston , 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-3
Pittsburg 30000001 x-4
Two base lilts Oefcbger, Cafey, Wbltted
Three bai-o hlt-Blgbeo. Home run-Mann!
Stolen bse Pick, Maranvlllo. Sacrifices
Sullivan, Carey. Double plays Hoiks (un
assisted): Cooper. Cutshaw and Or 1mm:
Catan, Cutshaw and Grimm. Left on bases
Iloston, 2; Flttsburg, 4. Base on balls
Off Cooper, 5. Hit by pitcher By Cooper. 1
(Pick), Struck out-By Oeschger, 1. Win
ning pitcher Cooper. Losing pitcher
Oeschger. Umpires Moran and Rlgler. Time
of game 1 hour and 43 minutes.
fpedal lo Tub Son Nn New Yosk IIrxAid.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mase., July 14.-Charles"
Barrett, no nas served as trainer of tie)
Williams athletic . teams for over twenty
year, left for the Canadian League to-day
10 look over playern In the Interest of
Connie Maok's Athletics, with which he has
signed as scout. He formerly served In the
tame capacity with the New York Giants
and the New York Yankees. He was also
connected with the latter team as caretaker
of Its cripples for a number of years.
New York, 7: St. Louis. 1
Brooklyn, 3: Chicago, 2 (first game).
JJrooHlyi. 4: Chlrago, 1 (second game),
nttsburg. 4: Boston. 3. '
Cincinnati, 3; Philadelphia, 3 (ten Innings).
Played. Won.
41 .
Brooklyn ...
Cincinnati ...
Pittsburg ....
St. Louis ...
Ne'v York ..
Brooklyn In Chlc-i J.
Bojto.i 'n Plttsbu-g.
Philadelphia la Cincinnati.
Arthur Nehf in Fine Form
and Game Won, 7 to 1.
Sptctal la Tub Sou and New Yoik Hctald.
&r Louis, July 14. Arthur Nehf was
In fine form to-day and tho Giants
romped away with tho third and last
gamo of their aeries with tho Cardinals
by a scoro of 7 to 1.
The Giants tombed the offerings of
.Takn Mnv. Marvin Goodwin nnd LOU
North for twelve solid hits. They ot
a man around to third base In the second
Innlny, but there he was Btranded when
(May tlghtoncd and pulled himself out of
the hole by a display or spienma pucning
Prlsch led off with a single to centre,
stole second and continued on to third
, when Dllhoefer heaved Into centre field.
May, nowever, put on mo acrows anu
fanned Kolly and Kliux, and Doyle lifted
a short fly to Sehulti.
Tho Giants dented the plate nfttr
somo dlfllculty In the fourth, making one
run out of a situation that promised to
jleld more. Frlsch drew a. pass nnd
Kelly bounced a hit oft May's clove.
King rolled a bunt down tho third base
line and beat It out and the bases were
filled. Doyle succeeded only In shatter
ing the atmosphere about the plate, but
Snyder drove n fly to McHenry, on
which Frlach scored and the other run
ners moved up. Nehf ended the Inning
with iJ short fly to McHenry.
Another run waa chalked up In the
fifth. Bums popped to Lnvan, but Ban
croft doubled to right centro. Young
singled to !ft. scoring Bancroft, and
reached second when I .a van dropped
Janvrlnl) throw to head him oft at that
bag. Young reached third when Lavan
threw out Krlseh and Kelly filed to Mc
Henry. '
Damaging errors, by Hornsby and
Stock helped to bring about the downfall
ot May in tho seventh. Nehf opened
with a single to right, and on a run and
hit play Burns singled to left, putting
Nehf on third. Bancroft hit to Hornsby,
whose throw to head off Nehf at the
plate was wide, Nehf scoring. Young
waa called out on strikes, but Frisch
singled to right, scoring Burns. When
Schultz's throw to nab Bancroft at third
went through Stock. Bancroft scored
and Frisch took second. Kelly singled
to left, scoring Frisch, and May passed
ftom the scene. King; hit Into a double
play. The score :
ab r h o a e
Burns.lt.. 3 1 3 3 0 0
8T. LOUIB (N.)
ab r h o a e
Janvrln.lf. 40 1 1 0 0
Banc't.ss, 4 2 1 2 3 0
Young.rt. 3 02 2 0 0
FrlsclUb. 4 2 2 1 2 01
Four'er.lb 4 0 0 7 1 1
Stock.3b.. 4 00 1 1 1
H'nsby,2b. 4 0 1 0 2 1
.Kelly. lb.. 502 II 0 0
l,nvM,rs.. a o 0 I II
Dllh'fer.c. 3 0010 01
Klng.ct.. 5 0 1 2 0 0
Doyle.2b.. 4 0 0 3 3 0
Snyder.c.. 3 00 3 1 0
Nehf.p... 42 1 0 2 0
Mcll'ry.cf 3 1 2 4 0 0!
Schultx.rf. 30 3 3 0 0
May.p 2 0 1 0 0 0
(ioodnln.p 000 0 0 0
Toto!s..S9 7 12 27 11 0
Nirlh.p.. 000 0 0 0i
demons.. 1 00 0 0 0
Totals... 31 1 7 27 7 5
Batted for Goodwin In tho eighth Inning.
New York 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 1 0-7
St. Louis 00000001 0-1
Two base lilt Bancroft. Three base hits
Burns. McHenry. Stolen base Frisch. Sac
rifice Snydtr. Double plays Doyle, Ban
croft and Kelly; Bancroft and Kelly; Horns
ny and Fournter: Lavan and Fuuinler. Lett
on has New York, 8: St. Iuls, 3. Bases on
balls-Off May. Hlts-Off May, 10 In 0 1-3
Inning; off Goodwin, 1 In 1 2-3 Innings.
Struck out-By Nehf, 3. by May, 7; by
North, 3. Wild pltch-Norlh. Losing pitcher
-May. Umpires 3ulgtey and O'Day. Time
of game 1 hour and '53 minutes.
lied Sox Celebrate Occnnlon by
Winning; Twice From TlRera.
Boston-, July 14. Everett Scott ran his
string of consecutive games up to 691
to-day and Boston celebrated by defeat
ing Detroit In both ends of a double
header. C to u and 4 to 0. The first
game was won by a rally In tho ninth
Inning. Ty Cobb again Injured his left
leg In that Inning and waa carried from
the field. Jue Bush was ejected from
the game for bumping Into Umpire Frell
after a decision at flrst baie.
Pennock was credited with winning
both games. Detroit batters were inef
fective against Boston pitching, making
only four hits In each game. Scott
made two doubles and a single In the
second game. The scores:
ab r h n a r ab r Ii o a a
Young.Sb. 2 1 0 1 2 OtBalley.rf. 4 00 1 00
O.Bush,ss32 1 1 2 1McN'ly,2b 3 00 3 2 1
Cobb.cf.. 30 1 5 OOMen'key.lf 2 00 1 00
Joncs.cf.. 0 1 0 0 OOiSchang.o.. 4 1 1 9 21
Vcaeh.lf. 40 1 3 1 0 Mcl'nls.lb 4 23 8 0 0
F'tead.rf, 31 0 0 0 0lKoster.3b. 211 1 2 1
Ellleoiiilb 4 0 1 4 0 O'Scott.ss. .. 4 1 1 3 30
PuiellUb 3 00 2 1 01
A'r.mlth.c 2 0 0 1 1 01
Hendr'x.cf 30 1 1 0 0
Wale.... 100 0 0 0
-...MB..,,.. - , , V 1 U
nnocK.p u o 0 0 10
IKarr. ... 100 0 00
Monlon.a 100 1 0 0
Stanace.c 00 0 0 0 0
Aycrs.p.. 20 0 1 1 0
tShorten. 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 2968 27 133
Okrle.p.. 00 0 0 0O
Ehmke.p. 0 00 0 OOi
Totals. 29 5 4-23 8 1
One out tthen winning run was scored.
tBatted for Alneralth In eighth inning.
lllntted for Ayers In eighth Inning.
JBatted for Pennock in ninth inning.
Detroit 10000000 4-3
Boston 00100020 3-6
Two base hit Schang. Stolen bases Flag
stead. Ellison, Veach, O. Bush. Sacrlflcea
Menoskey, Foster, McNally. J. Bush. Double
plays Veach. Bush and Plnelll; Schang and
McNally, McNally, Scott and Mclnnla. Left
on bases Detroit, 3; Boston, 3. Bases on
ballv-Off Ayers, 1; off Ehmke. 1; off J.
Bush, 4; off Pennock, 1. Hlts-Off Ayers, 6
In 7 Innings: off Okrle, none In one Inning;
off Ehmke, 2 In 1-3 inning; oft J. Bush, 3 In
8 Innings (none out In ninth); oft Pennock,
1 In 1 Inning. Hit by pitcher By Ayers
(Foster): by J. Bush (Young). Struck out
By Ayers, 1; by Okrle, 1; by J. Bush. 0; by
rennock, 1. Winning pitcher Pennock.
Losing pitcher Ehmke. Umpires Dlnncen
and Frell. Time of game 2 hours.
ab r h o a e
Y'ng,2b,ss 4 00 8 3 0
Bush.ss..' 2 00 0 2 0
A'sm'h.lb 201 3 0 0
Hale.cf... 4 00 .1 0 0
Veach.lf.. 4 00 2 0 0
FTget'd.rf 3 0 1 1 0 0
E'son.l.2b.2 0 0 a 1 1
ab r h o a e
Balley.rf. 400 2 0 0
Vlttib... 2 00 0 3 1
1 M'osky.lf 301 3 0 0
M'In'a.lb 3 1111 10
MTfiy.zo u a - so
Scntt.ii.. 4 1 3 2 2 0
Wlters.o 4 11 3 0 0
Knock, p. 203 11 0
Jonea.ss.. 100 0 2 0
Plnelli,3b. 30 1 1 2 0
Stanage.c 3 01 1 4 1
Oldham.p. 2 0 0 0 4 0
Woodall. 100 0 00
Okrle.p... 000 0 10
Totals.:9 4 11 27 11 1
TotaIs...31 04 24 IS 2
Batted for Oldham In eighth Inning.
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Boston 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 x-4
Two base hits Stanage. Mclnnls. Scott,
3: Walters. Saertf less Mclnnls. Pennock.
Double play Vltt. McNally and Mclnnls.
Left on bases Detroit, 4; Boston, 7. Base
on balls-Off Oldham. 4. Hlts-Off Oldham.
8 In 7 Innings; off Okrle. 3 In 1 Inning.
8truck out-By rennock. 3. Wild pltch
Oldham. Losing pitcher Oldham. Umpires
Frell and Dlnneen. Time of game 1 hour
and 30 minutes.
At St. Taul (first game) R. H. e.
Columbus ,..7 10 3
St. Paul 13 ia 4
Batteries Danforth, McQuillan and Hart
ley; Coumbe and Hargraw, Momenemy.
Second game n. II. E.
Columbus 3 8 1
St. Paul 13 13 4
Batteries George and Hartley; Merrltt
and Harrrave. Momenemy.
At Minneapolis (first game)
R. II. B.
.19 1
3 10
Batteries-Brady and Kelley; Lowdermllk
and Mayer.
Second game
R. II. E.
11 1
0 10 1
and McNeil; James,
Toledo . .
Batteries Stryker
Crafty and Mayer..
At Kansas City R. II. E.
Louisville 17 0
Kansas City 12 12 0
Batteries Koob. Graham and Meyer;
llorstman and Sweeney,
At Milwaukee R. I. JJ.
Indianapolis. 13 13 2
Milwaukee 4 0 8
Bitteries-Whltfhoun and Hnllne Kor
throp and Btumpf.
Winner of Finals
in Olympic Bouts
OLYMPIC boxing bouts ame to
an end last night In the Slxtx
ninth Regiment Armory with
winners In tho final bouts during the
three nights' competition aa follows;
113 round Clasa P. Zlvlc, Pitta
burr. 118 Pound Class E. L. Hartm&n.
138 Pound Class Jack Zlvlc,
135- Pound Class Frank Cossldy,
New York.
147 Pound Class William Clark.
1(0 Pound Class Gam Lagonla,
New York. ,
Heavy we Irrht Clara William
Spongier, New York.
175 Pound Class K. P. Eagan,
With Spongier Will Represent
This City in Olympics.
Samuel Lagonla of the Bronxdale A.
C national 15S pound champion, and
Frank Cassldy ot tho Ozanam Associa
tion were the only successful New York
era In tho finals of the Olympic boxing
championship tournament last night In
the Sixty-ninth Beglmcnt Armory. Of
the down local amateurs who competed
In tho toumey Lagonla, Cassldy and
William Spenglor, who won In the
heavyweight class Tueaday night, were
the only ones who will represent this
city In the coming Olympics In Antworp.
Cassldy earned the right to represent
New York by defeating Samuel Mos
berg, another local boy ot tho Pastime
A. C In the final of the 133 pound
class. The bout was Interesting from
tho 'start, with tho Ozanam boxer car
rying off the honors by a wlda margin.
Tho Judges did not hesitate to award
the verdict to Cassldy.
Lagonla, who la a member of the
New York Fire Department, gained hta
final -decision wlthoutentering tho ring;.
Lieut. Joseph A. Cranston of the United
States Army was to have met Lagonla,
In tho final ot the ICQ pound class.
Lagonla In his ecml-flnal bout won the
Judges' decision over another one of
Uncle Sam's service men, Stephen
Mchle of tho United States Navy.
Two brothers representing the Willow
A. C. of Pittsburg also won the right
to make the trip. They are Peter Zlvlc
and Jack Zlvlc. Pete won the final of
tho 111 pound class, while his heavier
brother took the honorp In the 12.S pound
clars The summaries:
ItsYound Class (Hemmnnls)-Pcter Zlilc.
Willow A. C, Plttrburg. defeated Prhnte
John l.essar, United States Army! three
rounds. Judges' decision; Frank t)l Qennaro,
Paullst A. C, New York, defeated By'iiJamln
Ba, Curtis College. Philadelphia, thrie
rounds. Judges' decision.
112 Pound Class-Floal-P. Zlilc, Willow A.
C, Pittsburg, debated Frank Dl Gennaro.
Paullst A. C, New York: Judges' decision.
118 round Claw (Seml-Flnals)-Stephen
Ousttn. South Boston, defeated Hilly Levlne.
New York, three rounds. Judges' decision;
Karl L. Hartman. Herman Institute, Phila
delphia, defeated Neal Brock, Cleveland,
threa rounds. Judges' decision.
lilt Pound ClasKKlnal Earl I.. Hartman,
Herman Institute, Philadelphia, defeated
Stephen Giistui, South Boston. Judges' de
cision after an etrn round.
1211 Pound Class (Seml-Flnals) Jack Zlvlc.
Willow A. C, Pittsburg, defeated Edmund
Hlley, New York, thr rounds, Judge-i' de
cision; Gmrgu D. Etrell, United States Naiy,
defeated Private Anthony Chlchorlcco, United
States Army, three rounds, Judgw' decision.
120 Pound Cta-Flnal-J.iek zlvlc. Willow
A. C, Pittsburg, defeated George V. Etceil,
U. S. Navy; fudges' decision.
135 Pound Ctasj (Sml-Flnals) Frank Cas
sldy, Ozanam Association, New York, de
feated Benjamin Poiiteau. St. Christopher
Club, New York, three rounds. Judges' de
cision; Samul Mosberg, Pastime A. C, New
York, defeated Sergeant E. L. Towlcry,
United States Army, three rounds. Judges'
133 Pound Clas-Flnal-Frank Cassldy,
Ozanam Association, New Yoik, defeated
Sam Mosberg, Pastloio A, C New York,
Judges' decision. '
147 Pound Class Soml-lTlnals-Jack Brad
ley. Pastime A. C. New York, defeated Jo
seph Floilo, Paullst A. C, New York, thrw
rcunds. JudgtV decision;. William Clark. ll'T
nan Institute. Philadelphia, defeated Prl
ate Frederick Koldberg. United States
Army, three rounds, Judges' decision.
U7 Peund Class-Final William Clark,
Herman Institute, Philadelphia, defeated
Jack Bradley, Pastime A. C. New York.
Judges' decision.
IftO Pound Class Seml-FlnalsSaraue! La
gonla, Dronxdale A. C New York, defeated
Stephen Muehle, United Statta Navy, throe
rounds. Judres' decision; Lieut. Joseph A.
Clan.ton. United 8tats Navy, defeated Ed
win W. gchell. United Slates Navy, threa
rounds. Judges' decision.
ICO Pound riasv-Flnal Sam Lagonla, New
York, won by default from Lieut. Joseph A.
Cranston, U. S. Army.
Throckmorton nnd Ilnntcr Defeat
Title Holders, at Westchester.
Francis T. Hunter and Harold A.
Throckmorton, who fought a hard flva
get match for the Westchester county
tennis championship last Sunday, played
on the same side of the net yesterday In
the doubles tltia round at the County
Tennis Club of Westchester and defeated
the title holders. Dr. George King and
Allen Tobcy with case.
Men's Doubles Final Round Harold A.
Throckmorton and Francis T. Hunter de
feated Dr. Ocorge King and Allen Tobey,
81, 04, 6-2.
Women's Singles Third Hound Mrs. Will
iam H.'Prltcbard defeated Mrs. P. Bancroft,
81, 00; Mr?. L. O MorrU defeated Mrs.
Cebum. 01, 0-1: Mrs. Williams defeated
Mrs. Helen Meade. 1. 8-4.
At Memphis-First game R. H. E.
Mero&hl 0 9 0
Nashville 3 5 0
Batteries Vance and Btschoff; Mels and
Second game R. H. E.
Memphis 10 11 0
Nashville 3 10 1
8een Innings by agreement.
Batteries Thweatt and Blschoft; Toraltn,
Albrls. Browa and Morrow.
At Atlanta-First game R. H. E.
Atlanta 4 9 2
Birmingham 3 6 0
Twelve Innings.
Batteries Merkla and Mills; 1 Cofflndaffer
and Gcoch.
Second game R. H, E.
Atlanta- 5 7 0
Birmingham 12 1
Seven Innings, by agreement.
Batteries Sheehan and llager; Gallagher
and Peters.
At Little Rock- R. H. E.
Little Rook 8 12 2
Chattanooga 4 8 1
Batteries Robinson and Kohlbecker; Cun
ningham ami N'elderkorn.
Other teams were not scheduled.
Aids in Hie Defeat by Bots
ford on Woodmere Courts.
A high wind Hint was almost a gn'
played haMso wfth tho tennis of most of
tho contestants In the open tournament
of tho Woodmero Club yesterday. Those
who are accustomed, to play for the line
or for the corners wero bothered par
ticularly by tho conditions. It was n
day for lobbing or fpr light hitting, as
It was difficult to gatigo distances or
speed with any degree of accuracy. Tho
hard hitters had the advantage.
In no match was It more noticeable
than In thq fourth round contest between
Wlllard S. Uotsford and Percy I Kynas
tcn. Tho former was rflnncr up In tho
New Jersey tennis champllonshlp last
month and tho latter won the Nassau
and Queens championship, and on all
form the match should liavu bcon n close
one. So completely, however, was Ky
naston'a gamo upset by tho wind that
swept the courts that ho wa.i unable to,
win mora than ono gamo In the two
sets. Kynaston saw somo of his choicest
shots carried out of court, first beyond
the base line nnd tho next time wide of
tho side lines, and try as lie would ha
could not nttuno his stroke to the wind,
for the guxt were not always ot the
samo velocity. It was a case of out
guessing tjWn opponents tho wind nnd
tho player on tho oilier side ot the net.
Woodmere Club Single.
Third Round Paul Marllu defeated W. Da
Muth. 0-2 and default; Frederick C. Ander
son defeated Harold Taylor', 01, 02; Fred
Letsoti defeated DOnald Keresey, 02, 04:
Alfred D. Hammed defeated Charles A. And
erson, 03, 02; Hugh L. Nchrlng vs. W. M.
Jonnlngs, fi I, unfinished.
Fourth P.ound William Rosenbaum de
feated Harry Sachs, tl-2. 6-3; Wlllard S.
Botsford defeated Tercy L. Kynaston. 00,
61 ; M. Goldman defeated Edward J. McCall.
1-4, 0-0, 14-12; Paul Martin defeated Will
iam J. Gallon, 03, 4-0, 61; Frederick C.
Andorson defeated Carlotan Putnam, 60,
First Hound-Fred tataon and II. J. Fltr
pitlrlck defeated William H. Ruxton and
Byron Klknchl, 0-3, 6-1 : William Kati and
E. McLaughlin defeated Kill Uaeke and J.
MeWhorter. 108, 03; George 8. (Iroes
beck and Slgmund Spaeth defeated Thomas
Keen nnd I,. I.uckenhach. 02, 0 1. Alfred
D. Hammett nnd Embree Henderson defeated
J. D. Keyes and J. Wood, 02, 61.
Second Round rercy L. Kynoston and D.
M. Lay defeated C. Reynell and George T.
Trln 0-2. 0-2.
Chicago, July 14. Seven players
won their way Into tho sixth round of
the annual national clay court tennis
championship men's singles In a day of
feature matches at the South Side
Tennis Chin, They were It. LIndley
Murray of Niagara Falls, N. Y., Roland
Roberts of San Francisco, Vincent
Richards of New Tork and Walter T.
Hayes, Ralph H. Burdlck. I.uclan Will
iams nnd Jerry Weber, all of Chicago,
Murray ran through live rewinds to
day, two by defaults. In tho third
round he insisted on playing 11 Chl
cagoan, Lou Hayes, who had posted a
default In his favor to hold over his
name In the bracket, and eliminated
Hayes, 6 1, 6 3. In tho fourth round,
continuing his hard volleying, aggressive
net game, Murray defeated Harry Grin
stead of Louisville, 61, 62.
Tho Niagara Falls man was con
fronted with tho Western Intercolleglato
champion, Walter S. Wesbrook, In the
fifth round, but toppjed him In the samo
businesslike manner of his preceding
victories. 61. 62.
Both Hayes ami Durdlck won through
two rounds, In tho fifth bracket Hayes
eliminated Edmond Levy of California,
by a nnu display of steady, accurate
driving. 61. 1 G, 60.
Durdlck' won applause by his work
In the fourth round; in which he de,
fcatcd Kenneth Slmmons, tho Yale Uni
versity star, In two love sets. In tho
fifth round Durdlck won after' Walter
Haase of St. Louis, 6 2, 62.
Robert LIndley Murry, Buffalo, defeated
L. R. Hayes, Chicago. 61. 03.
Walter K. Wesbrook, Detroit, defeated A.
W. Sliaw. Pawtucket. R. I 0-2, 6-0.
W. T. Hayes, Chicago, dofeated D. Taylor
Ward. Chicago. 6-1. 6-1.
Roland Roberts. San Francisco, defeated
Harry Waldner, Wlnnetka. 111.. G-2. 0-8.
DETROIT. July 14.-Bran Downey of Go
lumbus, Ohio, shaded Soldier Bartfleld.
New lork. In a hard fought ten round match
here to-night. In overy round but the ninth
Downey had tho advantage.
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Duck & Khaki Pants $2.75
Polo Ponies At Auction Polo Ponies
Mr. E. Lowdcr Stokes wilt offer for sale
hii entire string of Pak Ponies, consisting of
thirteen head, at auction, without reserve on
at the field opposite the MeaSowbrook
Hunt Club. Wtjtbury, L I.
The ponies are being played by the Messrs,
Stokes and are very handy, strong,, fast
ponies and believed to be sound. Ponies
may be seen at Mineola Fair Grounds and
un be sent to the field for trial. Edward
Lowdtr Stokes, 20 South 15th Street. Phila
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Covers 300 Yards in 4 M.
40 IS S. and 4 M. 34 IS S.
Twice within an hour Mls Kthelda
Ulclbtrcy of the New York Womena
Swimming: Aaaoclatlon bettered tho
world's, record for awlmmlnj; 300 yards
In final Olympic water trials for women
In tho lagoon of tho Manhattan Jicacli
Baths list evenlnrf.
Heir flrat successful nttcmrt was In
a. preliminary heat, when aha covered
the dlHtnneo In 1 mlnutea s" 1-5 seo
ons, cllpplntr two and four-flM) seconds
off tho figures rrtado seven years ago In
Australia and tied In a recent Olympic
trial at San Francisco by Mr. Frances
Cowells Scroth. Her eclipse of Iter own
mark came with tho running oft of tho
nnal heat, which she won by ten yards
In. the amazing time of i mlnutea 31 1-5
seconds. Tho summaries:
.100 Meter Swimming njco.-Flrst Heat
Won by Itlsa Charlotte Iloyle, New York
Women's Bwlmmlns Association! Miss Helen
Moses. Outrlscer Club of Honolulu, ecoiw.
Miss Margaret Woodbrtdge, Detroit A. C.,
third! Ml Irene Quest. Meadowbrook Club,
fourth! Miss Hesslo tlyan, Meadowbrook
Club, fifth. Time, 4 ".lnu,,V! n,?,,,,,!f:
onds. Second Heat-Won by Mist k14
Ul.lbtrey. New York ifan j
inlns Association; Mies hleanor Uhl,
Meadowbrook Club of Philadelphia, see.
ondj Mrs. IVanccs Cowells Hcroth, Ban
Viaiiclsco, third. Miss Eileen lllffgl",
New York Women's Swimming Asso-
t..h lffnlr T rlrrrns
tllir llorwthoe), y.,
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one hour.
Some Wg M'eakfish Taken by Joe Htuli'ibaitm.
Fishing In Jamaica Day on Sunday Joe
Stublbaum. one of the guides from Boegel s
at Canarrle. landed some very nlf j -
Tlie largest was 8U pounds, and l
big fellow he Had to otherof ill . and nvi
pounds each. The tides ere lalo last night
and the guides wero not In In tln to get
!orTOha?doui;r,he;ed be
somo gooil caicne. imru ""', , "i
In tho bay and they seem to b pretty well
Till ii.r end not confined to anj' ono
chsnnel In particular, The lde -'1. run h.gl.
in Jamaica naj i";i" '""".-..z .: .
will niAke an Ideal afternoon to fish up to
high water.
On win not nave to sues w :
either or thero are p enty of fluke lii mo
hay an.rsonV, lafayett... Tho
hii fellows, somo of Hum golns oer
half a pound.
Still Complaining of Hie ueam irawier..
Several fshlng boat captains ylslted the of
fice of the SUN AND NEW YpriK HEIULD
yesterday and they were loud In their com
plslnts against the beam trawlers, and they
er anilous to know what was dono at the
meeting ot the Anglers League, called for
the piirposo of starting a movement to nave
the trawlers done nway with along these
shores. The Anglers League did hold a meet
ing for this purpose, but no report of It was
cnt to the Hod and gun department. The
To the Races $10
"Yankee Doodle II."
Leavos Dunne's Dock. Sheepsh-d Hay.
10 A. M. en rs"c days: Inspection pr
mlts Tl iiir'tenters; reduced to 40;
tickets for inle on the boat.
CapL Thcs. PowIowsXy 'X0--tnk
Lcavng dc-'k foot of Ocean Ave. 0:4j
A. M. Tickets limited. Reserve In ad
vance 10 each. Tel. Coney Island 1301.
niflal 111 daily. 8 A. M.. exo. Monday.
1 Hfll HA Sunday, fi A. M Sheepshtad
$10.00 EACH RACE
View Them at Close Bnrt'e
Capt. ENGLAND In Charge.
Lunches nnd Refrrahments Sened.
Alwajs plenty of bait. Capt. ENGLAND.
ELLA leaves every
Saturday Afternoon at 1 P. 1YI.
Fare il.23 Inc. bait; Sun., 7 A. M.. JI.SO.
Tues.. Wed., Thur Sea Bass and f.lng.
Capt. F. 8CHWART7.MAN.
KHAKI $1.75
5 A. M. VLENTY 11 ASS.
leaves nammer's Dock,
Sheepshead Bay, every day.
Come early. Take Brighton "L" train for
good fishing and see yacht races afterward.
The new auxiliary yacht "Doughboy" leavos
Btahle's Pier, Canarsle, 0 A. M. Thursday
and Saturday. Capacity SO, will limit to 30
for comtort. rare 3.0U. Tel. 2330 Canarsle.
First Day to the Yacht Races Fare 13.00.
leaves Sheepshead Dally
8 A. M., Sun. 7 A. M.
Cant. PI.AOE.
Special Netlce NO TRIP This THUltSDAY
ft ' J Lvs. Molltor's dock,
l-OrnrnOflOrft Queenswater Sta
8:13 train. Sunday. 3:2." train. Hen Wright.
1,030 SEA DAS3 CAl
Daily 8 A. M.
fi.mai. K I l
Pant. J XranTlM ChM..h..,l n.u
Will not go fishing on fhnrs. and Saturday.
win iea-e Her own dock,
Sheepshead Bay, 10:30
A. M. Thursday.
Sunday 0:30.
Dally, exc
Mon. and Frl.. S:.m emm
8I1V" WW fteepoVt. Far.
, Inc. bait.
Tri.titm mmirvn is .
w, JVIJ,
cuvwa sj Bsi c nenry Bb,
formerly of the steamer Jit. Desert.
Tuts.. Thurs.. 8at.. Sum Capt. Ed DAl'.rrrri'
lvs. Canarsle 7 A. M. Dali
8:30 Sunday. DICK PERSON
..uj, o a. 4i exc. Mon.,
liWlllalll zi , , "sneaa my.
Hiwsnssss CtJu LOUIS HARMS,
Captain Joe H.
"ra oneepshead Bay
dally except Monday 8 A.M.
v.y.. auuii i UUUKJiBR.
Leaves R. R. dock. Wreck Lead,
dally, exc. Mon. and Frl., 0:43
train. Sunday 8:13 train.
YACHT RACES. Cabin cruiser "Hawk" for
karter, 10 to 13 pcrsoas; capacity S3.
Phono 2537 Mldwood.
elation, fourth! Miss Klcanor Hmlth, Morn,
lncsldo A. C. fifth, Time, 4 minutes 40 1-J
seconds, l'lnal tleat-Won by Miss Dlelh
irev: Miss Uhl, second: Mrs. Bcrotli, third,
Miss Woodbrldge, fourth: Miss Iloyle, fifth.
Miss Moses, sixth. Time, 4 minutes 31 1-.1
ThiS' Diving Competition, Won by Mlis
listen Mean, New lock Voiiiu' Bwliuinlng
Association! Miss Ellten Rlggln, New York
Women,'" Swimming Association, second.
Miss Alice Lord, New Yerk Women's 8evlnt
mlnc Association, third; Miss Deltln rlrlmo,
Minneapolis, fourth; Miss Elisabeth Decker,
I'hlladelphla. fifth! Miss Helen Walnwrlght,
New York Women's Bwlmmlng Association,
sixth: Miss Ilertha Tompkins, New York
Women's Swimming Association, seventh.
Miss Constance Dresser, Detroit, slglitli;
Miss VonnU Malcolmson, Detroit, ninth;
Miss Klleen Allen, Ban Francisco, tenth,
Mrs. Josephine llartlett Taylor, New York
Women's Swimming Association, eleventh.
incnnoN riNisnns second.
Spntal In Tin Sim and Nsw Yoik Heuib,
BCtinNBCTADY. N. Y July 14.-H. 11,
Noyes of Oneida, with a par score of 7J, led
a field ol 132 starters In the quallflng
round of tho anmml Invitation tournament
of the Mohawk Coif Club hero to-day. B,
Davidson llerron, national amateur cham
pion, nas second, with a card of Til.
Metropolitan players who got In the first
thirty-two aro u A. Wilson, 87; K. Dono
hoe. IT; W. It. Itlchanls, 84; 1're.l Connell,
88. Others who qualified In lower divisions
were II. J. McClellan, G, F. Morrison, Walter
Carey, K, A. Bchellfer, O. N. Ilelyee. and
Illalne Damon. Match play In all divisions
will "tart to-morrow.
COI.UMI1UB, Ohio. July H.-Ilob Martin of
Akron. Ohio, heavyweight champion of tlis
A. k"V" knocked out Dick O'Brien of Clii.
rlnnatl In the first round of their scheduled
flftenn round bout hern to-night.
EM. A.M. KM, AJ.I. l'.M. A.M. I.t.
f 730 731 1028 10:41 83.1 8:4
538 M? 8:44 1193 11:41 MS OU
1 41 U ID u jvo ' ."" ?"-?f
.ni ln-17 n3. 13 aa' 1:12 113M U-Ji
JV-io u ilio 2:oa lua
sto,- For ..I U ad.
Conservation' Commission would dUleklT
straighten the matter out It they had ths
authority, and any movement that may to
nut forth had better be along tb lines of
having rite Conservation Commission setlls
the matter.
Itiport ol Catches Off Seabrlgbl.
Fishing on grounds off ftjb'Wt lirt
Thursday sixty trwn aboard the Trlscllls
landed fair catches of seabaaa before run
ning to tho lightship for linn and whiting.
Tho first prlxe pool as won by Chsilos
Munves with a eesbnss. Thomas Pelaney
took second money, also with a seabas.
Charles Allals and Harry Itnlno were tie.
for third prlio and Capt, t.ngland dec dsj
that they should go ttttyfltty on the third
Fair Fishing In the Sound Water.
Itobert Finch of Brooklyn was one of a
party of five who fished off Baton's Neck
Light on last Friday and the bsg was tl
blackflsli. 14 flounders. 8 lonicods nnd null
a lot of large runners. The blarkflsh were
generally small, but ono bhr fellow was
hauled aboard by Denny Phillips which
weighed four and a quarter pound'. The
others In the party wero William Whiteside,
Iloyal E. Smith and Samuel Letters. Tin
party motored to Cold Spring Harbor snd
rowed out to the light. They tlsh then
grounds regulnily, remaining Inside the htr
hor In rough weather. Inside the harbor
they catch flounders, tomcods, lafayettos and
17 1 isin Leaves Shecpshead Bay dally,
11L1V1A!8 A. M.i Sun., 7:30. C1US IIAU.
Will not go fishing Thursday or Saturday.
will sail Filday this week
t 8:30 A. M.
Fishing and see (be Yacht Races Thursdaj,
tftLftDT II Dally 8. fsuii. 7, from uneepi.
ErrOKI II. i,ra(f. f.wiiicok.
LEATHER Boat Cushions, all lengths, 83c. It.
Army 1 lip Rubber Boots, J3.P3. Army tints,
10x10. jr,n, an,, Bridge street. Brooklm.
A.l.lCOir-A dally 8, tun. 7, Sat.' 3 I'. M.
AlVIfcmUA simepshoert Bay. J. rilcliatl.
KLONDIKF. docs not sail until further no
tice. Capt. P, I'ERSSON.
AnMlDAI Leaves Shee;:shead Bay Sundef
flUlillKHL T:30. Capt. CHARLIE.
Hui Yortor 'vs- Dunne's Dock, Sheeps
new i enter hfad llfly to.Jyi Ciub.
ANNA K. carkbe chartered for yacht racej,
Capt. II. WIEMEYER, East "2d St., Ber
gen Beach.
leaves Canarsln every day 1
A. M. Capt. M. ROWLAND.
QAPPHfi Kaes' Canarsle eery'rtay 7 A.
otr rnu M ror;DKrt b tynijall.
IL' Leaves Rayslde Dock 8 A.
JOSepnme M. dally. Capt. BEnT.
' '-"''" from Sheepshead Bay.
Yankee Doodle 11 WrjW6t
Fishing Tackle Exclusively
Salesrooms and factory under one roof.
11? Fallon Street, New York.
1 1 1 D P l? aves Bay 44th st Ulmer fark,
JUIillL Tues.. Thurs., Sat. U A. M. Sua.
Ollnnliinn I'Vl. Dunne's Dock, Sheepshead
""''"'"""niaokfUh. Capt. J. LUNDY
Pl.lnil Week days
I'. M., Sun. 'i
:3U A. M.
umuw capt
Bryan. Oaboro Dock.
FishingTackle and Bait
Dealers who do not sell live bait have ths
words "tackle only" or "no bait" following
their names. List appears Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Abbey A Imbrle, OT Chambers st. Tackle only.
Abercromble Fltch.Mad.av. A 43th. T'kl oil).
Baumann. S232 Second av., near 115th st,
Baumaun. .lohn. 3T1 W. 123th St.
Brunner, WashitktTelT43S Cort. Helgramltes.
Blachlnsky.3012 3d T.(165tli sU. Tl.Mel.i:U
'Bmnner, WasbMktTelT433 Cort. Helgramltes.
Clement, Geo.. A., 168 Amsterdam av., N.Y.O.
Coe, Alpheus. 27 West 123th st. Taekle only.
Conroy, Thos. J 23 John st. Tackle only.
Davega, S. D. Co., 123 W. 125th St. 1 A
Davega. S. B. Co., Ill East 42d st. I
Davega. 8. II. Co., 831 Broadway. !,"
Davega. 8. n. Co., 15 Cortlandt st. 1 B'1;
Dlrkes. 401 W. WHh st. (A. Dory prop.). Tel.
Dutll. John, 428 W. 42d st. Tel. Longacre 237.
Fuchs. H.. 32 First av. Tel. 038 Orchard. Bait.
Glldenberg,2821 8th av., 133th st. Mnrn'sd 8071
Sordon. 2127 Amsterdam av., IBStn st. No ball
eorge's.168 Am'stm av. Tel.Col2182. BaltfT.
Gross. 2337 3d av.. nr.128 St. Sec. hand tackle.
Gross, 8th av. and 31th st. Second hand tackle
lllrsch. L., eoa Amst'am av.. asi-vuia sis. in.
IIochgraf.F..S07E.34thst. Tel.Vanderbllt 2M0.
Jaffe. 1334 Amst'dm av. Tackle and halt. TeU
Kellerman,30V) Sdav.,138 St. Tel.Mel.1060. Ba
Xlffe, II. II. Co., 523 Broadway. Tackle only.
Klrtland's, 00 Chambers st. Tackle Helgra es,
Laxarus. Sol., 218 E. BOth St. No bait.
Levltens. 331 E.1SS st. Tackleftbalt. Mel.39SV
Macy. R. II. Co.. B'way A 34th st. No balu
Merker,H..1402Amst.av..n'r 134th. T kle6all
Metropolitan Hdw. Co., Church and Vesey sta,
Hudson Terminal, Grand Central. No bait.
Ofllry. R. Co.. 79 Chamoera st. No hall.
Patterson.aottfried.Hunter.lTOFutst. No !;
Pollmen!.D..383Bleeckercor.Ferry. Tackle oa-
Relf, J. 1!.. 300 Third av. Fishing tackle.
Relngoid. 121 8th av cor. lttth st. Tkletbalt.
Rogers Peet Co.. B'way t 13th st. iTacklj
Rogers Peet Co., B'way at Warren st I at ou'
Rogers Peel Co.. B'way at 3tth st. four
Rogers Peet Co., Fifth av. at 4tst st. tont.
Rosenbaum. 360 E.lSSth st. 3d av."L" statloa
firhorarllne. Daly A Gales. S02-4 Broadway.
flchults Novelty Co.. 122 Nassau st. Tackle.
Yom IIofe.E. A Co.. 112 Fulton st. Tackle onW
Von LengirKeSDetmoia.ine..iii i ma.riv.
Wal,O..1701stav.nr.l0th. 53670rch. Tldsbkl
Abraham t 8traus. Fulton et. Taekle only.
Conien. A., 532 Orand n. 1V1. 801S Stall.
Doerlnx A Oo.,304 Llherty T., nr. Schenck .
Vn.i.in t- a. ninrrndar.cor.De Kelt) af
.lohnson, P. 230 Wyckorf av., 602 EvergreiS.
Xlngston.HOOFulton st. 7S0S Bedford-Repalri.
Kraeuter, -ai uranam av. nan
Kummer.3l.,1736 B'way.B klyn. Tackle bait.
Loeser, Frederick A Co., Fulton st. Tkle on.y.
. r . i r.i nm.rt t Tel. ?t23 Main.
Wlehaelson. It. H., 1274 Bedford av. Tkle only
Mlcnaeison, n. u,k urniowsy. ;.. ......
Muller.O.,22 Wyckoff av. Tel.3211 Kv-rgrei
Morris.A..1737Fultonst..Reld av. 15 Bedfors
Roeper,iI.W., 777 Woodward av. Tackle onlf,
Bchaaf, 103 Flatbush av. Tel. 23H Sterllnl'
BchebIer.F..2.MWyckoffav.Tel.lT Evergrsi.
filote. 84l Flushing av. Tel. 4816 Stall
Bprung.L.,27l Atlantic av.Tel.3878 Eas'N.T.
Voehrlnger.lMSMvrtle av. Tsl.4178-wn ni.s,
Weber. 1I 143 Broadway. Tide books.
Wrmbs. MIka. 441 ISth st..Wut N-Tork, N-J.
JVlhaa.lL.717 Uackns'k Plk.rd..W.Hoboltia(

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