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4e THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, .AUGUST 18, 1920. n Baseball World Mourns Deathof Ray Chapman, Diamond Star Yankees 'GameOff- -Giants Split Even With Phillies KELLY'S SACRIFICE WINS FOR GIANTS Sends In Winning flun in tlio Teith Philliei Rally in Ninth of Second flame. fiprcial to Tim Bun sn tttm Vobk llmui.p. PsTIUDaTLPKlA, Aug. 17. The (Hants got nn even break In to-day's double header with the PhllltM, winning tho first game S In 7 In ten innings nnd log Init the second 3 to 2. Seven pitchers and twonly-ono other players wero pressed Into lervict In tlio Brat game. Trod Toney, Phil Douglas and Jess Barnes tolled In the ha Jfnr the (Hants and BPM Klx.-y. Lee UeedOWB, Walter II. und Oenrge Bnilth did tlio flinging for the 1'hlllles. A cleverly consummated hit nnd run ' play ami a' double steal figured largely In the neoiing of a run by the rhllllcs r In the second Inning of the first game. With two out J. Miller singled to right and raeed to third n moment later on Wrlghlstonn'H poke to the same field. Miller tlu n scored on a double tuMl Rlxey led off In the third Inning with a single to centre and Paillette was lilt by a pitched hall, ut Bourveau Beat oiit a hit to Krlseh. The lath r'l throw to nnil him at first we nt ever Kelly's head to the fence. Rsey and Paillette scoring and Le Bourveau reaching thin'. T.o BotlrbMU remained at third when Rnwlings filed to King, hut scored When King cut loose with a wild peg to the plate, The GHanta broke loose In the fifth nnd scored seven runs on n double by Frlsch. a pass to King, singles by Doyle and Snyder, a double by flrlmos, who batted for Toney : a pass to Burns, a single by Smith, who batted for Lefevre : a single by Frlsch, who took his second turn at bnt In the Inning, nnd a double steal. It was In this frame that Itlxev gave way to Meadows. DoUglaa replaced Toney In the box for the (Hants In the fifth. The Phllltea got lo him for a run, after which he save way to Barries. The rhllllcs got their run on one base, blows by Le Bourveau nnd Wlllln'me, B-DOOt by King and a single by Meusct, They made an other run In tho seventh on a triple by Meusel and a single by J. Miller. A double by Williams, a phaa tn Meusel and an error by Doyle gave the Phillies the tying nm in the ninth on Dtyle's error, a wild peg In an attempt to Complete a double plsy that would have ended the game. The throw en abled Williams to score from third base. A double by Young , a single by Frlsch and a sacrifice fly by Kelly gave the Hants the winning run In the tenth. L Bourveau caught K. Ily's By at the edge of the left field bleachers. Art Nehf und Wilbur Iluhbell were the opposing pitchers tn the second game. Each held the opposing batters runless for five Innings, but In the sixth the Slants got two runs. Young opened with a double to left and Frlsch moved him along to third wllh a sacrifice. Young was hung up between third base v.id the plate on Kelly's rap to J, Miller, hut bv artful dodging got back to third In safety. Kelly reaehed second on the 1 play and Spencer drove lioth men over ! the plate with :t double lo rigtit. The Phillies won with two runs In lV ninth on a double by (Ynvath. who htted for I.e Bourveau. and singles by Meusel. J. Miller and R. Miller. The eres : FIRST DAME. NEW YORK (N ah i h a ."fitns.lf.. 4 11 n Halrd.3b. inn 1 Yoi.nk'.rf . B 1 t n l"rh.3h,sa .1 1 3 1 K lly.lh . , 4 (1 o n Chapman Dead; Mays Is Exonerated of Blame Cleveland Shortstop Bnocombi Soon After Operation for Fractured Skull. Kl -K.rf . BpVer.cf . rwyle.Ih.. Sr.yrter.c . Toney, p. , dimes. . D'stas.j.. . Barnes, p. 1 fl 1 II 0 (I 4 l :t 4 1 5 c, 1 n 0 (1 III 0 no ii a 2 o o II ), Philadelphia (V). a el eb r h o a el 0 o rrietts ,1b. 4 1 l in go 1 o r. urvc'u If 4 2 2 1 00 n 0 R.nga,Sb, r. no 3 3 fl jn1 wisms.er i 3 o oo a a Mi usel.rf. 4 l 2 o n n n t J.MHler.ss Jl!l "II .no W'st'neJb :.(I 1 0 i) n2 wi-.iat.r. . 0 t 11 ""I OOlRlgcy.p... Ill ''SO i t Mi-iui'ws.p o o a o i o 1 O'tHtcngel. . 1 (I 0 ft 00 04 Detts.p... . on " " " " no iCravatb.. l oo n no no ii. Smith. p. "a" " '-'"' 1 o iFlsteher. 1 oo 0 "0, Ily WILLIAM B. 1IANNA. Hay Chapman, tho Cleveland short stop, fine fielder and skilful batter, whoso skuii was fractured by a pitched bull In the game at the I'olo GfOUndl on Monday, did not live tho night out. Ho died In St. Iirenco Hospital, In 163d street, at 4:40 o'clock yoaterdnv morning, and tho whole has, ball world is saddened. Vigorous, strong and the picture of health one afternoon, by the time daylight was creeping over the Harlom hills tho next morning h had passed to the "green fields of Kden." From the time the ambulnnce brought him from tho Polo Qroundf he naver regained -consciousness. The body, which was In an under taker's In Amsterdam nvenuo through out tho day, was taken to Cleveland last evening. The player's wife, who arrived from Cleveland yesterday morn ing, accompanied if, as did Chapman'a lirother-ln-l iw. Mho has been with the chili ( ii thi trip; Till Speaker, manager of the team, ami Joe Wood, the out fielder. Players of the Yankee team, as well as tile dead player's club associates, called to view the body and pay a last tribute. The Hev. Father Connors of Philadelphia, wno performed the mnr rlage ceremony of Chapman nnd his wile, hurried over to New York yester day morning, and It wns he who broke the news of her husband's death to Mrs. Chapman. The Clereland players and officials, as well as Charles MeManus, secretary of the New York club, were at the hos pital most of the night awaiting the result of the trephining operation which was the only hope of saving Chapman's life. The operation was performed by Dr. Thomas D, Merrlgan, surgical director "f St. Laurence Hospital. It laated an hour and twenty rolnutea and the stricken player died three hours and niy minutes later. Another Player Is Dead From Injuries .-('"I'll to Tns Hun and Nw Yosk mam D, KALAMAZOO, Mich., Aug. 17. Carl Jager of Plalfwell, who waa hit on the head by a thrown ball during a ball game at Sliver Creek Sunday, died In a ltos 1 here early this morning. Jager was UnCOnldoUl when brought to the hospital early Monday morning and he did not rally from that condi tion. It Is believed that his skull w as fractured, concussion of ihe brain resulting, from which, ho died. i it fill 11. (' Is Post pi, ned. il. Ruppert of the Yankees ordered the game scheduled for yesterday post poned until tO-mOrrow when he heard of the fatal outcome of the accident at tho Polo Oroundi. .Irtlm Keydler, presi dent of the National League, directed that flags on nil club flelda fly at half mast for a week and that the players of his league wear Insignia of mourn ing. There have been serious accidents on big league ball fields from Injuries simi lar to this one a batter struck on the 1 head by a pit lie,1 ball but men whose j President Johnson Silent on "Strike" C HICAiiO, Aug. 17. Han John son, president of the Ameri can league, to-night said lie could make no statement concerning the future status of Carl Mays until he had more complete reports, when informed of the reported intention of tho Boston and Detroit teama to "atrlke" unless the pitcher be ban ished because of the death of Itay Chapman. President Johnson said hn knew of no Way by which owen Bush, shortstop of the Detroit team, could he trn'iisferreil to Cleveland, a pro cedure which Bush suggested tn Boston to-night. "It Is past the time when sales or trades can he made between clubs," said President Johnson, "and n loan 'of u player to a pennant contender would MVer be sanctioned by the other clubs. Tho whole affair Is a most unfortunate one, hut I can see no way that one club ran help Cleveland In Its emergency." operation relieved that condition to such an extent that the pulse Increased td 00. Tho Injury to the brain waa too great, however, for hope of recovery. Before the operation the stricken man suffered spasms on both sides, Indicating to tho sufgeons that the brain on both sides, had been Injured by the blow. Dr. Merrlgan emld there probably was a ! ration on the slxht side, tho opposite side from the ono Btrurk. Thero was a Deplores Move to Banish rupture of the lateral sinus. AVf. C. Fans by the scon- looked at the body mays rrom Kiame. Ill James F. M (lowaii s lindert.ikffu: Dinna Care Is a Worthy Stable Mate of Man o' War Samuel Riddle's Three-year-old Son of Superman Wins Saranac Handicap From Fast Field? Running Mile in 1:38 8-5 at Saratoga. PLAYERS ACTING HASTILY. SAYS MACK i. loins at .No. ixiii Amsterdam avenu and hundreds of Hu m stood Outside with i I'ilii AiiKi.rniA, Aug. 17. Conn uarsu hwih wiien me Mini containing i tonlghi me oouy was carrieii io ine nearse to n taken to tho train. Players' ''Strike" Deplored. Levelheaded baseball men do not be lieve the "strike" said to have been contemplated by Boston and Detroit players If Mays were sent In to pitch against them or their meeting looking to having him banished from baseball would amount to anything mors than talk by certain spirit prono to hasty agitation. That the element of bitter ness should appear In the tragic, affair was regarded as particularly deplorable. Col. Ruppert had this to say: "Many players are hurt In baseball, and I don't ace how they can hold Mays responsible for yesterdays accident. There is nor the slightest ground for any such action as Is reported to be planned by the Detroit and Boston players." "Our attitude," added Col. Huston, "Is that the occurrence was absolutely ac cidental, and about the reported petition of the players In Boston we arc not going to do anything until we know auch a petition Is In existence." Col. Huston and Manager Speaker had a talk yesterday. The New York magnate said ho hoped there would be no ill feeling between players of the two teams arising from the death of Chap man. "On the part of two or three of our players there Is some bitterness toward Mays," Speaker answered, "but I am ir.iili.' to do all 1 en f, c,ira it I ..... I r II - - ' """""J ft"-" wvrv .a, iwum nui I,.,.,,,- ,,,, ...... 1, tterneM thnt yesterday an Instance of a big league player's being killed before. Tile dls- ' tress of Chapman's teammates, partlcu-! jary Trie Speakerf was acute, ami Cart Mays, wild threw the bill which felled Chariman, also was greatly affected. Mays yesterday waa exonerated of ad I 111 Hue In the mat'vr. but that did not Cause him to be any the less deeply grieved over- the untimely passing of tin Cleveland player, Ma.vs ami chap- i man have had many a duel of wits and skill at the plate on,. nn export pitcher, the other an expert batter. Chapman was a hard man to pitch to. He crowded the plate with head bent 10'' ward. The first tiling Mays did when he learned of the death of Chapman was to call at tiie office of District Attor- ney ,ioc- of the Homicide Bureau His visit there was voluntary, ami on j torney decided that the entirely accidental and would he taken, Lawyer Frederick ij. Grant of the N'. w York club's counsel accompanies (hi pitcher. The Mill which inflicted tho mortal injury waa a fart one on the Inside 1 ( not a curve. It may be that Chapman I thought it was toirc to break away from him. What he thought never w ill be known. Sometimes a "wingy" ball one scuffed bj contact with concrete takes an eccentric flight. After Mays had picked the ball up and thrown it to first base, thlnktngstt had hit Chapman'a bat, be noticed a roiurh spot on it and called Umpire Con nollys attention to It. Tie umpire threw it out of the game. In these days Totals.. 3S 8 U30I1 4' Totals.. 41 7 1 1 30 11 Ratted tor betevre in the fifth Inning, Paiteil tor Toner in tho fifth Inning, (Batted for Meadows In tie- sixth Inning nutted for Petti in the elshth Innlni.-. TBstteil for C. Smith In the tenth Inning. New York 0 0 n 0 7 n n 0 0 1-S , Philadelphia 0130101010-7 Two base hits Frlsch, Orlmea, Burns, Young, Williams. Three bae hit Meusel. Stolen basse Frlsch, B, Smith. J. Miller, Wrllrhtsmne. Sacrifice Kelly. Double p'ny- -Frlsch, Doyle nn.l Kelly: Frlsch ami Kelly; ,,...,.,.. 1 MIMr IMvev. Rnwllnc .1 'el 1 Patiiette. lift on bases New York. 3; Phlla-I of concrete stands "wingy" b ills are gelphia, s. Hares mi balls-Oft Barnes. -. ofl 1 thrown out dally. The hall yesterday, Itlxey 1: off Meadows 1 Hs-OM however, a pt ired to come up fast and In 4 Innings: off Douglass, 3 In l-.l limln, . . . off Harnee. r. In 5 J-8 Inntnus: off BlXey, I Stralgnt. In i l-.l Innings; otf Meadows, I In i 8-3 The Yankee players recalled vividly Innings: off Bctta, noli, la 2 InnlngSjOff O i that It wn I Just such a ball "hjch tine;: mlth. .1 in - inmiigs. im ug i . - ,.. ... , k ... . .. . ., e .. KtrurK qui tsy J , . , .. . , by Rlxey, 4; i,y tured his akull Pewater, crouched ii never moved as the bad Jeff Pfeffer came hurtling ronev. Paulette ami r.i. Tnnev. :t: hv DOUJtlaS. I Meadows, 4; o nuts, i. inning preiier Barnea. Losing pitcher O. Smith, umpires Bigler and Moran. Time of game 'J hours and 17 minutes. , SECOND f!AMK. KSTW T)RK IN.) I PHILAOBLFHIA fN.) ab r h o a el ah r h o a e Burns.lf.. 3 0 1 1 0 0 PsUl'le.lb 4 0 1 3 10 fie'vre.ss. 2oo o t.OitsB'eaudf 2 0 1 I oo v: smith loo o oOiOravatn. loi o Po Baled. 3b. 1 00 0 .1 O Jiltengel .. 010 fl (Ml Yoimg.rf. 412 0 " o:itaw'ss.'-'h lot i.mw in ms.cr -i o i any bitterness that might arise. For the good of baseball, for the good of the players themselves, and especially but, Of regard for the poor fellow: that's dead, it la our duty to do that. I am coing to do nil 1 can to see that there is no bitterness." "AnJ you can depend on it that we'll rlo all we can," ttl. Huston replied. "It was a fast ball inside that hit Chapman," Miller Muggins, manage of tile Yankees, explained, "and the way 1 look at it something must have hap pen,,! to his left foot. No batter gets hit by a pitched hall so long oh the for ward foot Is free and he can shift It He can get out of thp way when that's the case. If for some reason he loses control of that foot for a moment, that Is when lie gets hit.'" The accident which practically put Chick Pewater of the Yankees out of play for the year happened in Jackson ville in an exhibition game ,ind was to- exoeut the one to Chapman, Hoy Corhan, th n shortstop of the Chicago AmoMetn, was hit on the her d by Roasetl Co: d, On li: old fankee grounds in New York and s critically ill for weeks, though his skull wasn't fractured. He never was a gcod batter again, and 'for several weeks Ford was too uuharvod to he of USA as a pitcher. A'ball slipped out of the hand of Andy Coakley In Cincinnati a number jf years ago Bild Struck. Roger Bresnahan ba.'k of (he tar. For a w ak Unsnahan was t , ar death. He recovered completely and waa as good11 i batter hv ever Amos Kind, broke Hugh Je inlngs's nose with a pitched ball at the Polo Grounds, Bill Hogg, one time Yankee pitcher, broke H.ll Bradley's wrist with a fast ball on the hilltop grounds. iwiirronec wa tint no actio ', i most BerlOUS of recent ve the plate, thrown by op. Illil ot far "Bean Hall." ..' Pr'h.nh.ss :i o o Kellv.il.. i 1 o 10 Pp'nc'r.cf 4 o 3 1 iove.2b. 40 1 '. Smiter.e. 3 00 fi Nehf.p... 3(1 I 2 4 !JIUfltter.3b 40 1 1 OjTrsg'seV.o 3 0ti 2 o Habbell.p. 3 l o There has not b.en the slightest Indi cation in any games Mays has pitched against the Cievelandl or any other club . ,, ftlthls year that he was using th" "bean n 10 ball," a ball flung at the head to make 0 Measel.rf . 4 1 2 o no i ihe batter dodge and drop and make Qpli.MIUer.es 40 2 l Mllin, :,.,.ni,i , .stand 1111 his work 1 jjjiltaya Said yesterday h, had :,. but one I 0 1 other batter tills year Jn'mleson of I Cleveland, whose clotalm: h - dust. d. Totnis.. :2 2 8t2ii in T Touis. .33 isioaT lo 1 , " gaw CWcl FeWater nil In Jackson- "atie.i . .- -oo. .i 1 1, ..... 1. ,. , ,.r,,i h out wnee wrajung nm was senreii. , ' ' eonllnuea. ! wsier is my, Close irienu. and after. seeing him nearly killed I have been so concerned and anxious not to lilt anybody in the head that for half of the season I really believe It made a had pitcher of me. My work In the early weeks suffered for this reason. "I have not been very fortunate of late. Last year a- fire destroyed my house and all 1 had, hut, that aside, I am more surry than words can express that this has happened. What effect will it have on my work'.' That is some thing I ( in't tell until the time comes." The blow on the head Which cut short tho life of the Cleveland (tar was a ler- rmd one. Dr. Merrlgan said yafterdqy that the fracture eXti nded three and a half inches to the base of the .skull. It war, a two armed iracture. a depressed fracture. One piece of bono was press ing down on the brain and was removed At 9:30 o clock Womwy Rlgnt ( hap REDD Mink Ol'T CI HV CHICAOO, Aug. 17. -tn a tight i:aine Cln clnnatl defeated Chicago In the final con r, t of tiie nerles to-ilay, 3 to 2. 'doubles by Slfklne. ami Allen after two w.r.. t in I " ninth putting oer the winning run : The score : j CINCINNATI (N.) i CHICACIOlN ) ah r h o a c ab r n o as icroh.np.. 412 1 loiFlackYrf.. 411 4 on I tVbcrt.lb 301 (1 1 n Terry. ss... ..no 11 an Koush.rf. 20 1 2 0 01 Bob'son.K 4 13 :t oo D'ncan.lf 3 00 3 0 0 Merkle.lh. 30013 on Kopf.ss... 300 2 I ii I'ask'rt.rf 4(1(1 2 01 Neale.rf.. 4 no l OOlDsal.Sb... 30 i n ;i o Slrk'g.2b. 411 3 2 O Iteraog,2h 200 1 lo Aiiea.c.,. 40 1 o Q0Twombly lol n no Klier.p... 411 o 2o!Daly,c .'inn 4 in niig-hn,p. -10 0 0 2 0 kMCiol to Tiik Si s ami Nkw Tnai KatULO, -Ma' 1: when Informed that other American League clubs were on the vergo of demanding the banishment of Pitcher Carl Mays, of the New York Yankees from or.raitzed baseball, said: "I think tho players who want to drive Mays out of baseball aro acting too hastily. You can't make me bo lleve that there Is a man in baseball, a pitcher, who deliberately would attempt to malm another player. I hope the mrmb.rs of my team do not take any action lemanding that Mays bo' barred from tho game at this time. They have no fact: to warrant such action. "1, for one, believe Chapman's death was an accident pure ami simple. The unfortunate part of It all Is that it hap pened to le .Mays who pitched the ball that hit Chapman. x "Any action demanding that Mays be drlVi n from organized bun-hall at this time would be takrn on his past record and not on the tacts in tins cafe. I honestly believe that Mays was trying to do the right tiling this yenr. I ad mit there was a time when we though' ie used the 'bean ball,' but not this year.". By HENRY V opriial lo Tns Hun and Nw Yosk Hbsald. Sahatooa, N. Y., Aug. 17. Man o War Is not the only great horse In Ham- Uel Riddle's burn. In Dlnna Caro he hits a ,tliree-year-old which is capable of beating ten times us many three- year-olda as can bent him. In the Sara nac handicap thU afternoon he showed the way home to a high class field, In cluding Harry I'ayne Whitney's Dr. ( lark, an added starter ; Hal Parr's Blazes, ED. H. Bradley's Busy Signal, J. H. I'.osslter's Wedding Cake and Mont ford Jones's Brookholt Dinna Care ran like a real stake horse. Outrun In the early stages by Busy Signal and Df. Clark, he laid In fourth position to the head of the home stretch, There he slipped through on the rail, caught tho leaders at the final sixteenth pole and then went on to win cleverly by a length. Clarence Kummer rode Dlnna Care and gave him a million dollar ride. He did everything a great Jockey should do and when he returned to the scales he was greel. il with vociferous cheering by thousands It was the first day he has ridden since he had his collarbone broken by a fall from Costly Colours at Aqueduct, and bis riding showod thnt his injury did not make him careless or timid. After the race Mr. Riddle was the recipient of hundreds of congratula tions. Horsemen and sportsmen gath ered around him In the club house and paddock and practically made him be lieve he had two champion three-year-olds in Man o' War and Dlna Care. They told him that to-day's winner was second only to his champion, that he could carry his speed over a distance of ground and; that he could carry weight and beat everything of his ago ' execept Man o war. While these re KINO. on the track, he warned him that his champion had better not have any ex cuses. "I'll mako your champion do his best to-day," he said. "Ho had better be fit and ready and make no mlstukes or I'll put a blemish on his record." Mr. Kiddie's trainer knew he wasn't going to Mart Man o' War and told lilm so. When Informed that the champion would not lun Mr. Bradley said: "Then you had better not start Dlnna Care. Scratch him and string along with me. I'll win." Fenstel Would Not Scratch. Feustel believed Busy Signal to be a real high class Ally, and while he knew Dlnna Care waa fast and fit and ready didn't believe his charge would win. He knew he would run the best race of hla career but didn't think he could beat Mr. Bradley's filly. But he wouldn't crutch him. I'Ynistcl Isn't a betting Irnlner, and he ran his gelding to win the purse or a portion of It. And he was rewarded and tickled when he ran homi without a dollar of hla money bet on bun, The ruce was a hummer from ctart to finish. Busy Slgnnl and Dr. Clark stepped away from the barrier on their toes and, running as a team, quickly opened up a lead of two lengths on the remainder of the field, which was led by Busy Signal. When Kummer found that his mount was outrun he took a firm grip on tho gelding and rated him along at a nice steady pace, while nr. Clark and Busy Signal stepped along head and head up the back stretch and half way around the turn. There the leaders began to run wide and Blazes, which had been running in third place, slipped through on the rail and was the first to enter the home stretch. As he darted through or, the Inside Kummer shook up Dlnna Care and sneaked through an opening RED SOX DIVIDE WITH THE TIGERS Bostonians Settle First Came in First Inning. Boston, Aug. 17 (American). Bos ton and Detroit won and lost In a double header to-day, Boston winning the first game, 4 to I, and Detroit tho second, I to 1, The first game waa decided In the opening lulling, when a triple, double and three singles scored four runs, During the remainder of the game Old ham pitched well. Khmke had the bet ter of Harper In the second game. The scores : FIIIHT OAMK. HETUOIT (A.) ab r h hi a e 11ORT0N (A.t ab r h o a e VIK ..3b. . . 4 1 2 0 4 0 .,221 1 0 llrdv.2li. 400 1 4 114 1 n M, i, ), If '4 1 I 3 Nouns. 2b 4 0 2 3 n n llllnli Cobh.cf Veaeh.lf. 4 01 1 0 0 Hell'n.lb. 4 0 1 18 iOj i -in, in . ooo o oo PJIIa'n.lb 000 1 OOScim.ss Hhort'n.rf a 0 1 0 a 0rwaira.. IUons,8b4fl2 0 2 0 a.Jonen.p. 20 1 " HK.e .11(1 1 iy tPlsgit'd 1 00 0 0 01 Oldham, p 3 00 0 0 01 male. ... ioo 0 0 0 I 11 24 Jo Mnnper.rf. 4 0 1 2 Mrln'la.lb 4 12 17 Hunri'x.cr. 4 111 3 0 1 2 301 0 Totals. 32 4 10 27 10 : marks were from excited and en-1 between Dr. f'lnrk and Busy .Signal tnuslaatlO friends they were not very much exaggerated. Dlnna Care is- a pretty shifty three-year-old, and only a few colts are his master. Hie bad egs are mending rapidly under Louis Peuatel't careful handling and it would n d he surprising to see him returned to a thoroughly sound horse. ilMELY single by gharrity. ills nn Wins One Ghana of Double Header for Senators In 11th. Washington:, Aug. 1" (American). St. Louis and Washington split even In i, double headeV to-day, the visitors tak ing the first game, 7 to 2, the locals win ning out, 10 to 9. In the final, a free hitting contest that went eleven Innings. The) winning rt:n was the tesult of a hit and steal of si ond Im sthanks and a tingle1 by Oharrlty The scores: FIRST OAMB. ST. LOUg i A i WASHINGTON 'A.t ab r Ii, o n e ah r Ii o a e Oerber.u 32 1 .-, lOJJudge.lb.. 402 11 on OedSOnJttl 3 1 1 I 2 11 Mllna.lf . . 4 2 1-3 00 Blsler.lb, '01 11 4WBillerbe,3b 00 o lo J'bson-flf. .".00 2 0 1 'RkM.cf . . . 3 11 t 4 00 Willi's. if. .111 ii 0 fllBrower.rf 4 00 2 00.1 .aiitii.:iii. 411 u 1 oiiiarrls,Zb, .102 1 411 Tohla.rf :t I I 3 0 (1 S'ks.:'b-lf. 401 0 20 lllIlliiKs.e 2 00 .1 0 Olo'Nslll.sr. 10 1 2 (I 1 Rotho'n.p 200 1 iotcharrtty.o too 2 no Austin.. 1 00 0 a 0 Courtnv.p 300 0 0 1 Harwell. p IKIii t lOjlRoth.... 1 00 0 00 tseVereM 101 o o 01 , tTlloro'ea 010 0 OOj Totals .34 2 N.27 13 2 Shocker.p o o o o o o Finished In Pine Shape. He waa not n bit tired when he finished his hard race to-day and showed no signs of lameness. Despite the fact that he run faster and better than ever before he covered the one mile route over a dull truck In the real good time ol 1:3X1-5. As a yearling and early In his two-year-old year form he was the equal of Man o' War and until his legs went back on hltn Mr. Feustel was in doubt as to which was the better horse. When he first went t a the races he displayed a tremendous hurst of speed, but little staying power, and usually' quit after going a half mile. The quitting was the result of his bad legs. Now he Is able to run at a terrific pace and carry his peed any distance he Is asked to run. Mr. Riddle apparently was more, phased with Dlnna Care's victory than re was when Man o' War won hla nu meroua stakes. Ma root-d hard for his (barge nil the way through the home stretch, and when he won he falriy bubbled over with enthusiasm. Three times he congratulated his trainer for When straightened out for home Kummer was only a length behind Blazes and Dr. Clnrk and running smoothly und strong. Kummer knew his charge had something left and seemed content to wait with him a trifle longer. At the final furlong polo he struck him with the whip and Dinna Care responded gamely. He gained on thu leaders with every bound and caught them ut the final sixteenth pole. From there to the Judges be was only hand ridden to win stellar honorB. Hun o' War Loses a Shoe. Before this victory Mr. Kiddle and bis trainer received two rude shocks. In the morning they were nearly panic stricken. They thought Man o' War had gone larne. Feustel sent him out to run a mile and a quarter, which he did In 2 :03 2-3. When he returned he was limping badly, und trainer and owner thought he had broken down. When Feustel saw him limp he was scarcely able to talk. He rushed over to the colt, and an examination showed that hevhad thrown a shoe. It was a great relief to the owner and trainer, and then a search was made for the plate. It waa found at the Bve-elghtha pole and showed that the champion had run flve-eighths of a mile with only three plates- StHTHKRN ASSOCIATION. At Birmingham Tetali. 3d 7 10 27 1(1 l! Balled for Bothoron la seventh Inning. tBafted for llurw, II (a nlntii Innlnu. 'Han for Bevsrtld In ninth limine. IBatten for Courtney In ninth Inning. St. Louis 1 (1 (I 0 (I 0 II 0 le-7 Washington I ill 00000 02 Two hum. htta-Shdtr, Williams, stolen base O'Ntlll. Sacrifice Tohln. Doubif playn-()N, in. Harris and Judge! Harris, O'Neill and Judge, Left on basse Bt, Louis, 7; Washington. 1. Hares on halls off Court ney, 3: off Bothoron, 1. HitsOff Snthornn. , In B Innings: ofl Burwoli, none In 2 In-1 ,,,,.-,, ut, i,rr, I III I .i.e. 1 1 II II J pitcncr n Courtney tderber): (Harris), struck out By Courts Botnoron, 1: oy Burwell, I; tv Winning pitch. r-Hurweii. Umpires Hilda. brand anil Morlarty, Time, of game ilV liours. BRCONTJ OAMH BT. LOUIS (A. I WASHINGTON tA. I I nursing the horse Into such great form Birmingham and three times be congratulated Clai enee Kummer for his masterly ride. The race was worth JB.600 to the winner, and Mr. Riddle intimated that i hla Jockey and train' r will get a big j portion of It as a prize. The race was a bin dlasncolntttunl tn K. ft. Bradley, owner of Busy Signal. u," Ro,'k which finished third, a head behind Dr. j n""terle-Yeliow Clark, which finished second. In theiitoone snd Mllli. morning he beli.v.d his filly would run1 At Nashville a record t. reining race n. H. F. 2 7 2 n a 2 Qoodorod Memahli Batterlea Merriaon and ('.ooch and Rlachof f . At Chattsnooga H 11. E. Cliattanoona I 4 O New Orleans ' 0 Batteries York and Niaoerkorn; Tor kelson und t.o, le. At Little Rock Nashville Jorse and P.. H. K. . n i.i 4 .1.4 fl Brottem i Totals 3(1 .1 11 24 Id 01 Ilsn for Hellmann In eighth Inning "" ror manage In ninth Inning. IDatted for Oldham In ninth Inning. Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 03 Boston 4 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 x- 4 Two base hlts-Veaeb, Hellmann, Yoiiiik, ll'iidryx, Vltt. Three base hits Btllh, Vltl. Stolen hase-Menosky. Sacrifice - Jones. Doublj play-Cobb and Bnali. Left nn bases I'etrhlt, H ; Boston. 3. liases on balls Off Jonen, 2. Umplrea-Dlneen and Bvaas. Time of game 1 hour aad 53 minutes. SECOND CAME. rJETBOITtA.) I BOSTON (A.I -i b r h o a ab r b o a VnnnR.2b. 3 2 2 4 2 0iVltt,3h. ... 40 1 1 50 Bush, us... 401 2 1 HBrady.2b.. 3 0 0 1 Id Oobbjof... 801 4 Ortl'Ksrr ion n no Veaeh.lf.. 4 1 3 0 0 0Foster.2b. 1 00 0 1 0 Helln.lb. 3 01 5 0 OlM'n'sky.lf 3 0 2 3 0 0 Flagd.rf. 4 00 4 0 O'Hooper.rf. 30 1 1 0 0 PfneltLIb 4 00 2 aniMcTn'i. m aniir. nn nl"w." i"I o HOMenrtx.cf. 2 0 2 1 Ehmke.p. 4 02 1 1 08ohang,c.. 3 00 3 . . i8eott,as... 110 2 Totals..S5 3H2710IMcNa'y, lllir 0 IHarper.p.. 3 0 0 0 SARATOGA ENTRIES. First i: nn bar tin re yet, olda : ii furlonan I Index. Ilnrm. Wt. Index. Hone a - Lady It wyck.KKii 7i' (ili.iln Fin,,,, !,,, IWII Mini in. Mm 724 Ciint, Hei ltrll! 704i Hoodwink ...1101 72.'. Cupi. Alr.Kk I in 330 Pilgrim in MS La Itabler ( 730 Mile. Vivian. 1071 110.'. Lad) llrunil lu 70N llrayalan .. 122 - Tllanla .... m 713 lloldle Hoae.UNil 72tf Aflernnnn l!4 722 Hekket 100 - Pontypridd ,,s flOH Round Bobln.110! At3 Vice C'rtnsn ill Second Race Btaeplerhaae, fur four yen. olds and upward; about two mlleei Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Home. (L 743Jsy Bird.... 144 712 Vigilant ...IsJ 7IH Inlldel II....144! 3U4' Ithoma U Third Itare-Orab Hag llandlrap, r tw. yciir-oiaii; nix lurioiixa; Index. Horse. Wt. llltfi Eteilllty ...107 (T3S) Htep Llshtly.1001 TM ienJMIjnliierl22 733 Tiding 10 7 Ml1 I.unl Hose... ION 710 I'asaa l'an.,UI (71H) Oriole 1 720 1 lb-del rar ..111 Index. Keraa (Si 747 ii'.- , , . ,,ni 73S1 IHImiii, adaie im 71i IHedgi field nn 710, Rrntlnna Vet Km 72' fPlaybllea im M' HKnohhle ....nj 733 ttrttrigsntt ti - MORI S, rcen I l l 710 n Mm Hi, uihi' i nxrlty . . (713) tWapltl 107 1121 1 Brig, tlenertl f tJ. K. L. Rons entry. tW. It. See entry, lit. T Wilson, Jr., entry. tQulncy Btable entry. 1 eurth Rare The Clomnns Handlrip w three-year-olda and upward: one mile, Index. Homo. h- 1222) tKnol .. . in, 02i tCrank m 70S Courtship ...im 723 IKrewer loa 739 IMad Htt.i" 73(1 Cryital ford I 724 flt. Allan... iiq for tbree-year-nldi tWnlters.. lllalley. 0 0(1 fl fl 0 0 0 TnlnU .'10 1 7 27 1 J 'Untied for Brady In seventh Inning. tHattecl for Harper In ninth Inning. titan for Walter! In ninth Inning. Detroit 1 0 0 0 0 1 (I 0 t-,1 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 o-i Two base hlts-Vesch. Ehmke. Rush. Vltt, Three haso lilt Vegan. Stolen bales Hooper, Herdryx. Sacrifices-Young, Helnnls. Donhle plnya Mclnnls (unassisted): Scott and Vltt: Pinelll, 3"oung and Hellmann. I-ft on buses -I'Otrnft. B: Boston. 11. Rases on halla- Oif Ehmke. 8; off Harper. 3. Hit hv pitched bull By Ehmke (Hendryx, Seottl. Stro-k out Ry Rhnike. 4: by Harper, 2. Wild pl'ch Harper, fussed ball Stanac -. empires V. vans and Dlnneen. Time of game 2 hours. BRAVKS WIN KXIIIB1TION OAMK TORONTO. Aug. ll.-The Boston Braves to day defeated the Toronto International League cinh tn a ten Inning game by a aeore of 2 to 1. The score: R. H. E Toronto.. 000001 000 01 3 1 Boston .0 00000001 1-2 10 0 Batteries Snyder.'Ryan. Hearne and 8and heri!. Scott, Townsend and O'Neill. Index. Hone. Wt 7.'13i Blue Wrack. 108 730 win US (7211 Cnmoufleur .104 17301 Milkmaid ...110 730 Naturalist ..128 743 Under Fire.. 103 ftH.V Tbunderst'm 103 (1106) Tailor Maid. 102 tsamuel Unas entry. B. C. Hlldrth entry. Tlfth Rarn-Olalnilns : and upward: mm mile. Indix. Ibnee. Wt.llndex, llorae, , r.07 Phalarii i,,,loa m T.8elglanll.im 721 Plaer 10s I4C Uola m 727 "I'm .H'lVau lOlli (lsi c.ui Scheer' mil (IUI4I 'Tnn H 1I3 Sixth Race 1'or maldrnt; two yetr-oMi, six furlolliis: Index. Horae. Wt.llndex. Horae. t .726 (lea. Menooalllo MT Rport. Bleod.iiii Bwnase i rain., li-n tiei-mnnt 747 1'aliaaka . . . 11., 720 Toreadnr 747 Frigate ... .1131 720 Lueky rind Crey Leg... 113 72" Playfellow 720 Two Featherslini 720 Our Boon. 717 Itato 113 - Dartmoor .. 747 Mendocino ..113 Weather clear; track faat. Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed. Ten pounds allowance. IM 111 111 EASTERN LEAOIIE. At Sjirlngfleld (First game) - It. H Springfield j Hartford A 11 2 Hatlerleaa Lowe and Wilder. Pennington and I 'mum Second game Hartford Springfield Batteries Bteublng and Kelly Randolph. At Plltsfleld Plttafleld Woteestef Batterlea Kelleher and Jordan: Bach and Lyler. At Bridgeport (Flrat ganio)- BrldgepoH Albany Batterlea Stauffer, Houae and Srnnlon and Olllia. Second game Bridgeport Albany Batterlea Hummer and Muaser: Martin and Predlger. n. H. e 4 n ; ..16: Helm and n h k ..in i 0 2 R. H. B. 4 9 1 16 1, Muaaer. n. h. b ' 2 e i 1 4 3 MrCorrjr, nuaOHT TRAFFIC aoi.r toi rnrt. The annual tournament of the Netlonal Freight Traffic Oolf Aaaoclatlon will cm held on the Hnckenaack (Jf. J.) Coif cluS ooatee Bepteaiber i and 2. ROD AND GUN NEWS HIGH WATER FOR LOCAL ANOLERS FROM AJ'OrRT 18 TO AUOIST 22 jaroy hook iTinress Jamaica nay fioveniora Wlll-tj llBrngnoapati uny "witar-'iei Islann Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A M P t August IB 10:41 11:01 10:40 11:08 11:24 11:41 11:24 11 it Aueaiat 10 11:2S U:) 11:33 11:5.-, 12:11 la-fi Aliauat 20 12:1" 12:23 12:33 1:01 12.32 IBM Auruat 21 13:40 1:00 18:43 1:14 1:23 1:32 1:20 1-M August 23 1:34 2:03 1 30 2:08 2:17 2:40 2:22 2 f4 - Point A.M. P.M. 1 67 2:21 247 an 3 44 4:07 4 40 3:06 3S4 6:11 New Haven A.M. P.M. 141 2:06 2:31 3:34 3:2) a ,YJ 4:34 4: VI 6 30 8 36 The ttije given in the above table bt Eastern standard time. For daylight sating lime add ene hour i - . . n i . i . i i . - . i ai Man o' War was among the entries he ' jivlerlea Payne, believed she would win. Meeting Feustel novle and Pomta. n. H. E. 3 9 2 3 11 1 Fulton and Lees; Lukej- 42 SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART SARATOGA RACETRACK, Auk. 17. Clean track fast. ab r h o c-erber r ll 2 I O'lleon.'Jh .-, I 2 :l Blsler.lb. .I'hwon.ef. wirmsjH r. 'i i o Bmlth,3b, 4 11 3 Tobln.rf . n t 3 4 I Bererd,e c o 1 x DTten.B.. 2 (i o o Burwell.p 110 1 Well nn.p 0(1 0 0 Austin., 10 1 o Vamil'r.p 2 0 10 all nn n ii , 1 I H 1 JUdgt .Hi.. 4 1 I 12 2 0! : (i Kllorbe 3b & L' 1 1 2 I I 1114 i (1 tltoth If O II n n OOI 4 2 3 2 oo P.iee.ef... . 4 10 2 (i n 1 Indeg. Hora i 0 Brower.rf nil : I 1 Jyntei Totals... 31 3 T 2T 8 01 'Tun Ratted for i.c Rourvesti in nmta inuing. Han for cravath in ninth uuilng, 1 Kiev York '1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-2 rtillail-lphta o (i 'i 0 0 1 0 0 2-3 Two baee hits Young, Bpencer. Travath. Three bane bit-Young. Saerlflrei-Nehf. T'riaeh Snyder. Le ilourveau. DOttbfc playrt -Povle. Friaeh, Kelly tnd Snyder: FTtseb, I T'nvie nnd Kelly: Williams and It. Miller. Left on baaea-New York. 7; Philadelphia, Haae on balls OH Iluhbell, 1. Struck out, jty Nehf. 3; by Iluhbell, H. I'mplrea Moran am ItlglSr. Jmm Ol Bamo i nuur anil 1, mine tea. ' . I Totals.. .31 363T to 1 Patted for llcrjog In ninth InnlnF- Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 i Uhl-ago 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 2 02 Two bast titt tiroh. Ratten, Robertson. i Ftoi It. Bleklng, Allen. Home run Robertson! Stolen basee v'Ounoan, Qroto, IMtuberl, Rob i rt en Baoritlcea- Daobert, Reiasb, Heraog, Terry. Lift on bases Cincinnati, U: rhi l :, , 7 I!aea on halla Off Kller. X nff Vaughn, 2. Hit by pllcher-lty Vaughn (Pun can), atruek out By Kller, Ij by Vaughn 3. I'naaod ball Allen, linplres O'Day and Qulgley. Time of game Ih. 46m. PIRATES DEFEAT CARDINALS, RT. LOflB, Aug. 17 (National). Pittsburg, defeated Bt. I.oulr 10 to 11 tn-dny, hl'tlng : Bebupp hard nnd piling ut, a lead which ihe , locals were unable to overcome, despite a 1 belated rally. Local officials announced a . poatponed r;iimc with Boaton will be played 1 here Thursday, which Is nn open date In the schedule, The aeore- PlTTBRfRO IN i ST LOD1B (N.l ab r h o n ah r h o a e 1 Rigbee.lf. 3 0 1 0 0 0 .'nnvrln.lh 4 o I 1 Carer .ct. 432 4 00 routn'r,la i n i o Nlch'n.rf. 433 3 0 1 Bchults.rf 3 11 2 Whlfd.lh 4 1 1 11 0 OHtock.Xb.. 3 2 3 2 Cuta'w,2b 3 1 1 3 4 0 Hor by,2h. .12 2 1 10 Rarb'e.es 8 1 2 0 3 MMeBi'r.lf. 3 1 2 5 00 1 McK'lei3b 4 11 0 11 Lavan.sa. 3 0 2 0 4 1 Haef'er.o 40 1 0 OlHtsth'e.cf 4 0 S 2 00 Cooper, p. 40 1 i 1 OlPllh'fer.c 4 0 0 3 SO Carlson, p 1 00 0 1 OIRrhupp.p. 1 00 0 021 -'-ixortn. . . i n o n n o i . , U-.l 1 , V . t, OOj mans puum nu utvinmi io s... tan mo r.-o AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kanaas City Cclumbus Kaunas City . . .. Batterlea Mulrennan and Keiley; und Bweer.oy. At Bt. Paul Indianapolis St. Paul Batteries Petty and llrnllne Margrave, .'. Minneapolis Louisville Mlnni apolla i...f erlee--Wright ami MeyiT :;'-hnuer and Ma'er. fK Milwaukee Toledo . . etim'aukis It. H. E. 6 1) 1 3 8 3 Reynolds It. H. E. ... 4 I ... 6 9 3 Marritt ami R. H. E ...7 8 2 ...II 16 2 James, Hob It. H. E. ... 12 ft 3 3 S 1 (i ILirris.'.'b. I I -' 1 0 Bh'ks,lf,3b " 2 2 2 1 o t 1 O'Xclll.as. II 13 :i 4 o i i Pldnlch.e, '- ooi i o I OIIMIIan.... 1 0 n ll i o 0 'I Oharrlty.c os o in v o iBcbacht.p. ooo u on II 0 Aeosta.p. . 4 02 I) 0 0 izaenary.p i o i o l o 1'IRSTf RACK Purse, l, 433.32. Three-quartern of a mile. For mares three-year-olds ami up. Claiming. Winner, ch. m... S. hv Fair Play Joblet. Owner and Trainer. V KRAFT Start good. Won easily. Place same. Post 3:00, Off 3:01. Time. 1:13 4-3. 'i rtn. jocuey. upen.iiigh.cinee.inaee. Sh. 1' 1' 1" I" Pone.- .... 1-3 2-7 2-7 - ia eio 2 2 Rohlnson . 4-1 3-1 3-1 .3-3 -3 3 3 3 Johnson .. 6-1 8-1 8-1 0-5 Liberty Cllrl showed speed for a quarter, then tired. TDtalsi.sKSMtfl l I Totals.. 12 I01SJ3 Hatted for vt ellman In eluhth Inning. One out when srlnniag run was scored. Iftsa for Kllorbe In tenth Inning. iBatted for Pleitllch In fifth Inning. Bt. Louis 3 0 0 1 2 '1 H I 0,6.1 Washington, 1 o o o r, o 3 o o o 1-10 Two base hits Staler, Kllerbe. Tohln. Smith. Acosto. Threti base hits Jaeobson, c, Nell!, Stolen bases Rice. Shatiks. Bacii- ficeH Williams, (tedi-on. .facohson. Harris,, Sn.lth. Oerher. Double playH lierher, (le-,1,-e.n and Sisler: Blotter. .Indue nnd Pirn I.-l: Tobln nnd Sister: Smith, ''ledim and B'SI4 : , 710 Harris and Judge, Left on has. s St. U,lll, , ' 12: u aahington. 12. Bases on h.-i'l i--i 'f Wt 120 2 1 715 Liberty dill .10(1 I : - Rullieking Air: lOU .'! .' Jyatee was in hand all the a Weak ride on RslHehina Alra. Scratched Mlb . Vivian, Betty J.. Weary. Sweet Mualc. 7J.0 SF.CONH RACE-Purae 31,633.22. For three-year-olds and upward v Start irood. Won easily. Place driving a., 3. bv Tracery Royal Coinage. Cailor. Time, 1 :3 3-3. Cinder Worms In .Inmalra Ray. The detested little cinder worma ahowed'uo in quantities In Jamaica Bay yesterday and made all of the guides groggy with rage. fhere was no uae in the gulden Romg on mo handle Jnat berauae the cinder worms auo denly decided to come out. It waa more or less s kindness on the par; of the worms, be rauae It suppllea a reasonable excuse for not catching weakflsh. Not hat they have heen getting any nuiiner oi sessusn, na e'nt. , . However, the cinder worma are out and the weakfishlng will be poor until they dlaap pear. Sometimes they atay out for a week, but uauallv thev go hark to their homea In the cinder bottom within tnree or lour iiuse Thev usually come out following heavy hM J;een way under normal, but September nd October may make up for the poor earb Po!inr ft' th' "' man down at . SKi C anarne. who has cleaned mora leakflsh than almoat any man on earth HSX2rtvL!h h co"ld elean all the .eakfish caught so far thla acaaon In ona fterfioom This could mean a lot of fish, oi I reddle Is an adept at removing tta He works and cleaning weakflsh. atchea of three and four to a heat wera hlch y; Htnry n"v""'ia fished In he harged three weakflsh and five larea le.w Jri .T " H"rrl" ,lld fW any (eakfish hut Ms party of two had ii rood nyweakff.h Sl' J??'-? ." , 11"!! "'Ie ht on account of the cinder rain. and. strange as ii may seeoi. ,i leu.. v.- 0 u eaiiust would he taken. Jee a heavy rain to send them scurrying back to btuhlbaum went out ,iear the top of the tide cover. . hut returned ahortl; afterwarda and said he When these cinder worma are out the flah , e'd not try to rial that once ho aaiv the simply gorge themselves with them and they cinder worms he k lew he was beaten and are In such great quantities inai mere "gaye It up. tndlesa food for the flah. This accounts In This Is ihe second appearance of the worms a measure fc r the failure to catch fish on thla aeason. and may bo their last Boms ether halt white the worms are out. seasons they come out three tlmea and thev One o. the great advantages oi meac same i '" u anown to appear quite lata In the tn4. .vnrn,. Is that ihev bring eounlleaa . lan flah Into the bays tn feed and many of tho fish remain In. Will Harris and Charlie Johr.aon. two of the Canarsle rruldes. aald they aan a great achool of weak flah the fn n-idth of (he channel sweep down the : false channel when anchored there vesterd.iy. jThev would not tile on the shrimp bait be icHiiie thev all had their fill of cinder worms. ' These same wv-ikflah will make fine fishing In the bav Juat aa soon as the worms take to Tnat, 3:30 Off. :3t. One mile. Winner, br. Vrnof",'i f mad. a h. , i lnd0.r worn' "d that thev n. r!lHh0m,'!, "'mediately after spawn hn, k U1 ""V1 'hem away from Us Ir honies. hut the next tide rarrlea thent baeK ir the have not . been devoured. The, ap pear sometimes In auch quantltlea that the wn er looks reddlah In patches, and the great fLfti movt' Bl""r ' 'he Hde. At times hey are ham and firm, as thev were f ""'."' anu ac o'ner 'Inies thev are rt- Index. Horse. Rouleau 721 Manoevre 724 (123 724 (100 1 I -117 Sw't Music. 107 lieorgle 112 Falfan I.iore 117 V- of the V PP. Bt. 'i H S 3 6 3 3 2( 4 3 6 0 6 6 4 4" Si 1" 1 " 2 2 4 3 3 3 4 3 2 1113 Owner. MONT FORD JONES. Trnmer, F. A. Open. High. Close. Place. Sh. nn. .tockey. awn.Hlgb.cieee, 1" 1' .lohn-oii .. i-t g.i r.i s.4 . 3V4 2 Rodriguez 20-t ,30-1 30-1 10-1 4-1 2 3 MeAtee ... 5-1 .3-1 3-1 g.:, 3-5 4 4 Lyke 3-2 7-2 7-2 0-5 2-5 3 5 Sande 10-1 12-1 10-1 3-1 1-1 (1 0 Kummer . . 7-5 7-5 0-5 1-2 1-6 I We 'are almost sure to have good veakflsh- I tremely soft and break Into pieces almost iing In the bay later on, nr me nan win I wi "nig loucnea. The n orma will be ann surelv come -.n ann mey win i.mi ii n .,- imu anil men food supply Is there, rp to now tne nsmng eooie reai goon l;fl,hln. ive should ha-e Sehaeht, 1: off 'Lynch. 7; off Afosn. 1: off' Punrell, I: off Weilmnn. i; off Xaiharv, l. Inde eff Van iiildrr.11. Hits Off tehafhl, 3 oil 717 I .liming (one on huso, none out In thlrd; 723 ofl Areata, 12 In 7 uatiaga (two on base. 717 none, out In ninth i: off Lynch, 3 In 4 1-31 741 Innings: off Van Cllder. 4 In 4 Innings; off !.3 Burwell. 8 In 2 1-3 Innings; nff WetbtaM, 732 none in i- 1 1 1 luufl , ut , i ,., -, nlrgs. Struck out-B Lynch. 2. by Van, cllder, 1. wild pitch Lynch. winning I td Rouleau was waited with to the middle of the turn, where he moved tm and went lo I the .front In the atretcb and won under wrapa at the end. Manoevre made up a lot i of ground In the run through, the laat quarter. Sweet Music ran a good race. Dree:u of the Valley quit suddenly at tne head or the stretch. Falan Hon', nream of the Valley, Rouleau. Oeorgle and Sweet Music wore blinkers. Scratched Thunderstorm, Wyoming, Young Adam, Captain Alcock. Frederick The Great and Escovar THIRD HACK For two-year olds, purse. 11,436.12. Selling. Six furlongs. Btatt good. Won ridden out 1'la.e drill' g. Poat. 4:00. Off, 4:02. Winner, ch. e 2. the Manager , ater mossom. uwner. c. A. Al'I'LKCATI; Trainer. L. J SOD AND GUN. BATTERY LANDING Ef.I.A Ifavrs eit?ry Saturday Afternoon at 1 P. M. Fares H 30 Inc. halt: Sun.. 7 A. IK., 12.50; Tues.. Wed., Sea Pass and Ling. Cap. V. 8CHWART2MAN. ALERT COLUMBIA BOD AND GUN. Leaves R. R. dock. Wreck Lea-i, dally, exc. Mon. and Frl. (I t;i train. Sunday 5 2r, train. Capt. CRORCR WI'.BON leaves Wreck Lead .a'atl, dady exc Men. 1 and l'rl. 0:43 train. Sunday 3.23. ''apt-. Jake Rathman. SKA nAB AND llM'KFIl Rhelnhelmer, . Horse. Jim Daley.., Shehu : Kye Opener . . Fornova Kate Fraley. . Ramkl'n Prtalel Time. 1:14 1- Wl. PP. Bt. PRISCILU LEAVES BATTERY iSeaPieon Jockey. Op ''.High. Cloae. Place. Bh. I-I 7-2 11 -3 31-.-. 8-1 7-1 , Fin IMVi a 1 2' 1' I" I-' Behut'rer . 3-1 101 7 I1 JiJ 2'4 SUsi Callahan.. 2-1 104 3 4 3' 3' 3 IU Mootwy .. il- ins .-. .1 4 5 4 Turner ... 3-1 7-1 101 1 7 6 8 1 Wlda 20-1 20-1 10-1 112 4 2 7 7 7 0 Kummor... H-l 8-1 7-1 112 2 3 2 6 7 F'brothor.. 4-1 7-1 6-1 lim Daisy waa easily hest. went to the front on the turn and won with something spare. Sheha was always well up and had no excuse. I.ye Opener held on well -I 3- 2 4- 1 -I 7:43 EVERY BAH EXCEPT MONDAY. Lunches nnd Refreshment Berved. : Always plenty of halt. ( apt. EXHLAXP BASS FISHING. 8 A. M. SI NDAY. leaves Bheepeheail liaj Ig A. L dally for Fluk. Cant. FRANK PA (MANN fl-3 6-5 2-1 H-3 1 I i.lirher Zarhar-. Ialng pitcher 3 an i and pulled up lame. tnrnova ran a good race. (.Iltier. l moires luoriai tv ami imueurair.i. Time of game 2 hours and 24 mlnutea. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. batteries Brady and McNeil; Northrop and Huston (ten Innlngai. American and National League Records. RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES. RIt I.TS OF KSTEIlllAY'S GAMES. Buffalo. 2: Jersey City. I i first garnet. Jersey City, 3; Ruffalo. 2 (second game, seven Innlngai. Akron, S; Reading. 3 tflr:t game'. Akron. II; Heading. I (second rame. aeveu Innlngai The Rochester-Baltimore double header was postponed on account of rnl . Othir tcaraS, were not scheduled. Frlr.let. Fornova and Eye Opener wore blinkers. . ScratchedTrader. - -1 FOCRTH RACE Tho Bsranac Handicap, rurae. 12,300 added. For three 'Ol year-olds. Mile. Winner, ch. g.. 3, by Superman Dlnawlck. Owner. OI.EN RIOT.iLE FARM. Trainer, L. F.natel. .Time. 1:38 3-3. Btart good. Won driving. Place aame. Post, 4:30. Off, 4:34. H H 4 B Fin. Jockey. Open.Htgh.Close.l'lace. fh 3Vj 4 4 3i, I1 Kummer . 4-1 fl-1 (1-1 2-i v '." 1 IU IU 2h Ambrose . 2-1 11-3 .",-1 1-1 2-:, I1' '.", 3 4" 3'Vi Lyke 8-3 M u ;.,n (fa 4 3 1 2 4 Rodrlgiies.. .".-l 7-i 3-1 8-r, 7. in B 3 fi 3 3 McAfee ... 8-1 lO-l 8-1 g.-, 3 (1 6 6 Johnson .13-1 21.1 20-1 7-1 3- rush through the final ttahth and was golna awav ar the end. I 'r. Onrk was tiring In last sixteenth Pusy signal fell hack after turning for bume. nut came on again an.i rinisncn oui sirong. inaies ran a good race. Pinna Care, Rlaie-. BrMkhoti and Uuty Signal wore hllnkrra. "Or, Clnrk an added starter. Scratched Man o' War, Krewer. Edwlna. BEA It ASS AND HI .ACM 1Mb leaves Blieepsiieid Dally 8 A. M.. Bun. 7 A. M. Cant. PLACE. leaves Bayslde Dock, Bhecpshead Hay. dally. 10 A. 11,1 Sat. 2 P. M.; tlin. 8 A. M. Capt. JOE. rsr. ,--- , SHAMROCK AURORA SEA1IASB, A.r BLACKFIFI '.. Steamer "LINTA" leaves Canarsle 7:30 0 3d A M. Sunday. Tues.. Thtlrf., -"at. WM. lleAVOT. I Index. Horse. VI t. PI'. Bt. 1 17331 Dlnnn Care 110 4 4 730 -Dr. Clark. 120 1 1 i ii:i Hiisv Signal 112 3 S Si P,la7.es .... 110 2 2 i72."l Rrookholt.. 113 3 6 I (0931 Wed'g Cnke 110 (I 3 . Dinna ( are eioaeu witn ! ss WHITBY sr Sigy. Hani, rer's nock i PLENTY RIG WABS OX TIIK K1.0X11IKI.. Str. EVELYN 2l Jfe I Cant. J. MARTIN. Bheepshaad Pay. ! Sunday 0:30. Lntlly, sM Mon. and l'rl., 8:30, froir Bllver Wave, .-"rcepx -i. Fare I CARMAN rVNTON. Georgie M. MJ.R.III leaves Murray'a Wr,vg Lead, dally 8 13 Iraki, Bun. 3:23 train. M. Uarray TROUT KIBHlu-7 miles, rscellent atrtsm; well stocked; good accommodation!, rates 1300 day. HENHYVILLE HOL'SE. Hnc villa. Monroe Co.. Pa. HICK ItASS-Sl'N. :30. I.ONOIIiANt II. dally 8 A. IL, e. Men., frdni Bheep"lieal Bey, capt. iiria HARMS SELNADA Leaves Mnnhattnu Iai'h hrl'. Bheepshcad Ray, ilally I" . M Buuday 8 A. M. capt Sciirci'T. Inc. halt. STANDING OF TIIK CM'BB. w i . n ( i w I . i f i llaltlniore 7s' 38 .1172' Reading. . . RB. ni .487 72;s FIFTH RACE For threo-year-oWa. Selling. Pursv IL433.22. Toronto.. 80 41 ,M1 Jtie'y City 41 73 .387' 4:."fl. Off. 3:00. Start fair. Woe driving, place same. Akron 74 43 .U221 Rochaster. 34 7 .301 by Theo. CooK-Canny Mlaa. owner Buffets.. 73 40 111". Syracuse. 27 88 .23:1 1:40 2-3. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. Bt. RAL PARR. Trainer. GA-MKS SCHEDt l.KD FOR TO-DAY. No games scheduled. I c To'la.38 10 13 27 12 2Kloodwln.p ooo 0 on , tClemons. 1 0 0 0 0 0 IScott.p... noo 0 0 0 tKnnde. . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 Clenn.p... 000 0 0 0 Totals. 42 r, 14 27 12 3 Batted for Schupp In the fifth Inning. Batted for Ooodwln In the sixth Inlng. tRatted for Scott In the eighth Inuing. Pittsburg 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 n in gt. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 U0 Two hnae hits Haeffmr, Hornahy, F,,ur nler. Stolen bases Carey (J), Nicholson, McHenry. Sacrifices Catshaw, Wbltt.d. It, . Keehnle, Hacffner. lft on bases Plti. Oir r. g; Bt. lula, 9. Rases on halls Off Bchlipp 1; off Scott. 2 Hlla-Off Hehupp. II In tinlnga; off vtoodwln, none In 1 inning; off geott. 2 In 2 Innlngai off c.lenn, none In 1 lining: off Cooper, 12 in 7 Inlnga: off Carl son, 2 In 2 Innings. Struck out By Behupp, 2; by Cooper. I. Winning pitcher Cooper. Losing pitcher Behupp. I'mplrea Harrison and Hart. Time of game 1 hour and 32 minutes. AMERICAN LBAOI B. The New York-Cleveland game waa post poned on account of the death of Chapman. Ilnston, 4: Detroit, 3 (tir-t gime). IMrnit, 3; BeehBBi I (aaCSSS game), St. I ..ni.. 7; WasMagtes. I ilir-i game). Washington. Its Be, tswts, 0 (eleien In nings; secenil gillliei. Other teams were not NATTOXAI, I.EAOrK. JfriT IXSi "WjUeaelPhla. 7 (flrat ,mf). Pliilndelphla, 3; Xew York, (second game) t'lnelnnall, ll Chlrago. t. I'ittshurg, 10; St. Ixtala, n. cl-.ci'inlrd. ,1 STANDING OF THE CLUBS. ( level mil Chicago New York st. I. talis .'. Itn-ton Wii-liingtiin Detroit Pblluib'lpbbl I'bncd. Ill ..III .. till ...in ...llll . . ,l"8 ...III ...III W.m. 48 42 ill Lest. 4U 42 44 85 . 3D no mi 16 c. B4e I Claahtnall . 31 '-..,. . . .021 : Near York . .HI I'ittshurg ... .101 Cbirngo .... .411 st. i, .,ii. .. .378 Ho.ton .315 I Philadelphia Plav-d. Won. Lost, p. c. 107 61 46 .376 .111 63 48' .AOS .1111 (in .V) .fits 108 .16 .If .5B ...113 .16 Ml .487 ill m an .458 ...104 47 57 .482 -lie 44 mi .n," GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY. No games ( lev eland In New York. ( hung" in Philadelphia. Detroit In llosbin. Bt. Loala la Washlngtn. AT JERSEY CITY. FIRST CAMR. R. H. 1 I Puffnlo ... 0 0 I 0 1 OOO 0-2 4 0, Jersey City. 0 0 0 1 0 o 0 0 O-I r, 1 Retteries McCahe nnd Nlebergall: P-lemll j le' anil Freltag. SKCOND QAUB. !. It H. B. I Ruffalo 0 0 0 n 0 0 22 ll o 'Jersey City 0 0 0 o 2 0 I", il n i Called hy arri'em'-ni I i reeSOth Inning Patterle: Heitnian. CeT'loiiler. Nlebereail and Ferguson: Fr:-ttag and Hurley. AT READING. . i FIRST GAMK. R. H. fcf I Akron 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 0-8 1H 2 i Reading 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 IM 11 01 738 Dewey Eve i Rattertee Ferrvman , and Bmlth; Karpp I Moit hona . i and Konnlrk. 4H4 Bi ... r Flo. . HECON-P CAME. r - Gallant Foe Called bv agreement In seventh Inning. Hold I'D. Ft. H. E 710 YeomaAette n 0 007' Smart Cray, 101 8 2 11, 2' 724 Penelope ..111 2 1 I' I (107 The Lamh. .101 4 6 6 M 713 Rettv J ... 08H 7 3 3 3 mi Le C.lorleux 116 5 8 8 7 Itli7 Ralco Ill 3 3 4 4 70.-, Ira Wilson. 1081" 1 7 7 8 006 lanlee Star 102 I 3 8 One mile. Poat, Winner, h. g., 3, W. Garth. Time. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlgh. Close. Place. Sh. 2' 114 1" Callahan . 4-1 4-1 7-2 6-3 3-5 1 2' 2i Sande .... 3-1 3-1 IM j.j 3 5' 3' 3' Wlda 4-1 8-1 3-1 2-1 4-5 4 4 4 Hall t-i g. 6-1 3-2 6-3 6 6 3 Mnoney ...13-1 20-1 20-t g.j 4.1 3 3 6 Turner .... 3-1 7-1 7-1 5-2 6-5 8 8 7 8chut'ger..20-l 30-1 30-1 10- 4.1 7 7 8 MeAtee.... 8-1 10-1 7-1 3-2 6-3 UASS AND tl.ACKnsi:-7 A. U. Ht'NDAI. Ieavea mn epsncnu Day tally except Monday 8 A. M Capt. ARCH Y nuCKNER. 6Vtr,R FISHING TACKLE Smart Our rated with Penelope all the way, outgemlng her In the final drlv. The Lamb ran 11 very good race. Ratty J. tiled In last furlong. All but Smart Guy wore bllnkera. 7-VI si 1 elf furlongs, PEL LEWIS. Pia e di Magi Index. Horse 73.',' Hon.-y (ilrl Parhflion WlO Flambetlr nsn Hsilli.i Winner, ch. f.. Tialner, M. I'oal, 3:311. Hlrscl,. The Off. ., 32 Pume. I1.4.V..;-.'. na and a by Filar Hock Miss Kearney Or, ner, 8AM- Btait gcHwl, ion caOly. Akron 2 0 0 0 0 Reading 0 0 1 0 0 Batteries-Flaherty, Hill 1 Brown, flwarts snd Konnlck. 4-6 8 0 0-1 7 3 d Walker; Wl. Pr St. 14 , It Fin. nr, n 2 Phi' p i 113 3 I 3' t l 113 2 8 l t4j 31 14 .v 113 7 7 It 11 6 4 113 4 5 4 5 4 I 113 1 a 7 7 7 6 ll', 8 B 8 8 fl 7 113 6 4 2 3 3 8 115 10 10 0 9 A 0 115 5 8 10 10 10 10 Jockey. Open. High. Cloae.pio.ce. Ainhroae. . 7-3 11-5 0-3 J-3 8-5 Keough 8-5 Caldwell. ..311-1 Rice 2(1-1 Rohtnaon. IO-1 Falrb'her .20-1 Mooney ..15-1 Johnaon ..15-1 Lyke -i parrlsh ..20-1 40-1 50-1 12- 1 50-1 23-1 13- 1 13-1 fi-5 20-1 .-iO-I 10-1 50-1 25-1 15-1 13-1 50-1 50-1 Parhelion waa much Honey Girl made all the pace and won aha nleased Deal "I ine uiuqcv. r lamurua can a lair race. Slater Flo wore blinkers. Scratched Jesarta, Mavourneen. Valley of the Moon and Mualc la the Air. 1-2 7- 1 13-1 3-1 15-1 8- 1 5-1 5-1 15-1 Sh. 1-4 I- 5 3- 1 II- 1 8-5 8-1 4- 1 i-2 3-2 8-1 the FOR SALE CHEAP We alao lend money on tackle. . ,T 'T RE1F. 3.XI 3(7 Av.. nr 2-td StSN. Y. C i as 1 rVfll 1UDC leaves Eaat 1220 St.. 8un- !MADBLlNKb.t0uMd I Phorle Morntngalde 1375, A. LYONS. Lva. Molltor'a Dork, yueenswater Station, Tue-day, Thursday A Saturday. 6:4JJtrain. ,. .... XrwasBia Fluke and seAkthjll VarUwi, ac OLYMrlH , ommoeattons Tel. Waniagh 164. Capt. HILL MARCLKT. Beaford, L. I. ,,wiiiTr"n iviis" for hire. Telephone 180 wantash Wue n'' w'Bk ''""'ng at Fin , ' 0l. OUt PAV1S. (teaford. L. I. Ysnksebcodlell. Commodore fish and re(Tv::i:at': ' minutes to Harm gat Pay, " mivutr depot n :nin tHhore Road. Large, all clean room". Liberal table. L..M.VS tCAl HOUBK. Wan-town. X. J. IDA flcke-flpke-illke leaves Stahle'e, Canarrle. 7 A. M Tbura., Sat., Bun. Capt. POLLAK. Weakfish, Fluke, Lafayette. Tel. 2111 Bell Harhnr. CHAS. NDEHItKN. flow Creek. Jo... - Ira Baf Sea Rass nnd Rlaekflsh. Hall) tt A. M. Monday si 30.11 61 RAID A RoseR.II" Str, Myra K r.xe, pt A. M., Bfheepshfad Pay. 'apt. D. 1 MARTIN FIIKE AND EA Ills'. Carnarsle 7 A. M daily. 30 Sunday. DICK PEftSON. aying 1 ater, Landlns xeept MondH' .0 1 1 tally 'Bar 2 A. II., Bu.i. '. M. Capt. ADMIRAL :.,:ly"'10A.M Sun. 7 :30. Plenty or nun DAI ADIM leaves I rskriw 1 ,s Cap' Re I IIBJfW eall) a A. M.. Sun, ay e Ve eViaisa' a .., giteetrdiead Hay. I BSAD will not run until further 110- , tL.iTlre.ri gusrau. EFFORT II AMERICA Dally 8, Bua. 7, from Hu i ps. bend, Cnpt. f. WRKCK. 7. Bat I P. It J. Michael. nallr 8, Hun gheepehead Bay P. BELMONT ftPU 1. ;,o Tuea.. Timra.. Bal. Bun CS"' IIARI foot tilth S' . Hobo- .1, Pier 1, C. P..f. . 'C. 1 l F.i. 1IAI.M J JUDGE j PUANf, JOSEPHINE eave.- Ha) 41th si., t inier Pi , Tuea.. Thurs.. Bat. n A M. sun 8 A. M. CHAS. AM'ERBON leavea Canarsie every day 7 A. ai. Capt. M ROWI.ANP leaves Bayslde Dock 8 A, M. dally, Capt. BEBT. AMWVI Claaon Point. 8 A. h' T.iuti 1 flfW I Is Sunday. Bring bait.