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. THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918.
Giants in One Week Equal Number of Victories Scored in Three Months on Polo Grounds Robins Nose Out Reds
HAVE NO RESPECT
FOR AL MAM AUX !
I nls Itoinlwml Delivery
'Milliomih'c Kid" unci
float IMriitos, (5 to 2.
VH TOWS (UVK CIjASSV
it riti:iiKmcK o. tne.
At M.iinnu.v., the millionaire kid of the (
Pintle flinging staff, tried to avenge the ,
t.nm.rli. the (Hants handed him In 1
Hcven ...uml, on the banks of the Har- ,
Inn l!t Saturday, but It was poor at- ,
tempt McC.rnw's reformed sluggers nau .
1 ' ' IVPI'V-I ' " " . . -
. ............I r,.. iii.arra rnnniniinn. iirv
shut him up for thirteen hlta, adding j
If any III luck
up lo nineteen imsa;a. j
went with the thirteen hits. Mamaux i
.i. n .i.. ni.ni. tiai,' net un. I
got It nil, as the Giants dldn t act un- j
.in.... i aiii I In 2 i
.... .... I........ " -
h.rh gave New York five out of the j
six game of the Tlriite set, a division
iiult" satisfactory to John Joseph Me-
Klnco the latest (ilnnt uplirt ntarioa
list Thursday the locale have won seven
out of . Wit games In Harlem, Prior
t th.it they had won only seven games i
In their own yard all season, ineiphla, 3. Hurt un balla-Off Clrnttc. li off i
Laltnhnns will ho welcome guests at ,
th, llarlH,, p-isture for another week If
tlicy deslrt- to remain here. ,
Willi., tl... 1 11 ii tit were thumnlna Ma-
i.ux t all the corner . and crevices I
the l'olo yird a l'lrate war '?r'c '
rpondput riTiiarkcd sadly: t.ee, that s
fanny: I never wiw Al with more stuff
n his life." t
That reminds ut of a little story about ,
Laltue Klrby. a young pitcher the CJIants
hud a few years ago who later turned
outlleldcr and was a big hitter In the
Southern Asoc!atlon, but proved a
bloomer In the Feds. After the Giants I
hud the l'J12 pennant cinched McUraw
..... iii... I.. .n,ln.i It. .-. Tl. rirav'a
llt nilll.i III ilnailli1. WW". ...-..
,.oumlcd him for five lilts In i the first (,0,.p Three Rtins In Xllltll ,
inulnr. after which he settled, and the,'",p 111111 .'wiiiii
lantx won, 6 to 5. I
Too Mooli Slnff"
Mcllniw, dwlrlng to compliment the
kd after the game, said, "You did very
nicely to-day, youni; fellow, after that
llrst Imilng." 1
l.altue, hlshly pleased, grew connuen-
t til ntul satil to Map. "You knew what .
ivas the matter with me In that flrat 1 . f . . Iiooley. Malsel and High are laid up.
..inl'iiK. didn't you?" McOraw confessed 1 "' '"'r two w'r out' st' Uul'' 'cor'd i However, It Is easy to see how difficult
he didn't know, so IRue replied, "Why, , tl,r' runs In the ninth Inning, and won It Is to get good Infleldera when the
I had tiw much stuff on the ball." I.a- the Anil game of the aerlea with the 'Towns were forced to sign the grlixled
ltuc didn't last long with the Giants. Braves. 5 to 3. veteran Bobby allace for reserve
The next time Mamaux pitches Jimmy Blackburn, who was recalled from,,cr ""'I cl,v'r noffP Ernie John
Callahan will lie Just as well pleased . Providence of the International League "
If he leaves wme of his stuff In his suit . because of Injuries received by Catch-' ...
fasc. If "too much stuff was his all- dowdy and Tragreiwer last Mondav.
nient yesterday. I was on the receiving end for Boston Word was received from Donovan
The Bueeos were trimmed yesterday , to-day. The score; , to-night that he had signed Circus Solly
by a near l'lrate. Hube Benton. The qt" f-nrm iv i 'nnimv ivi Hofman. the former Cub and Pirate out
left handed Ilubc came atill closer to "' aUhoa abrhoae 1pl'lef ""l utility man. who was play-
lelng a sailor on Barney Dreyfuss's rWr.lf.rf. 5 1 : l oolMar'vllle.n too 4 10 Ing semi-pro hall In Chicago and run-
nect man ueorgp sisier, me worm i
champion near l'lrate. itutie ") 'MinfMb inns oi'Mlifpir'' ho i on wl"ns vrTy "Kht whn tne Plratea
won a game for Pittsburg In the unl- ilornnby.M. :. 1 J : 4 1 Knnetchr.lb 40 1 c 0 0 ( shunted him to the Southern League aev
forni of the Pirate man-o'-war, but Gov. i wilwn.rf.. iooo oo'JCSmlth.Sb. 311 o 10 eral years ato. and he did not do much
Tener cronocrt the game out. ana sent
him to the Giants. And Johnny Evers
l.as the nerve to SUCgest that the GOV-
rnor clmtiRe the name of his league
lo the Pennsylvania League because
Tener always is for the Phillies or
For iiu te a stretch t looked as though)
Rube would follow the course manned
,? wA,w I! u,ii.. .,f. .Jul i
out by Andercon, Sallee and Tesreau and I
" , .'""; V i . "
V iiniuici. rui riA iiiiiiiic i.ciiiuh ,i -
milled only one hit, but as his mates
l.ept bangliig nwny at Mamaux the Itube
was nble to rest on Ills oars and take
life easier. The Pirates smashed him
... f,- i.itu n.o i.o nhl.i, i.,,.l...ii,,
for four hits near the finish. Incltid ng
three buggers by lllnchinsti and Schulte.
which Miveil the Pirates from the Igno-
mlnv of a fourth shutout In the kaine
Clever Work by Giants.
The fllants played smart all around 1
ball to-dhy antl their fielding matched .
their hitting. Fletcher, who can lick'
mo rirutos one liainlcd any uay In tne
wccic, xnone llKit a Hope diamond at
short, whllo llerxoe, Robertson and
Knuff alHii made pretty plays. Joe
Schultz. who Is not an InnVldor ty trade,
but by adoption, robbed Robot teon of a
l,l!..,V,",l.,,","lV,'1Vr!. 'Viy " "rr,l f
turn i.iiiki. n III mill iiuivn ill uiil.
MatrnVuThc cZ t. MaVtU aer hUn I
.oriv num. rrn it th. i.t- i ih.
New York did not hide its punch from
first inning. Oeorge pushed a double to
centre and ran to third on Doyle's sacrl-
flee. Cobb would have scored on this, as I
not a Pirate covered the plate when ,
Hchmldt threw out Lawrence. Burns ,
scored nnywny on HorzoB'H Infield out. 1
Two more athletoM wearing the livery
of tho Mitlonal Exhibition Company 1
dented their fplkes Into tho plate In the
fourth. After Hans JyObert's cousin, Joe
Bchultz. piibheil back the right Meld wall
ao as to be able to spear Robertson's
liner with one hand, Kauff walked, and
Merkle pushed Ben to third with a single
to left. Fred took second on the futile
peg to get Benjamin Michael. Fletcher
had the hit in his bat which scored tha
pair; Artie shook a single Into centra
There was more Giant scoring In tha
fifth, when Charley Herzog crossed the
pan. Herxy hit a triple, which wasn't
exactly sltnon pure. It was a low liner
to left, which .Schulte misjudged and then
permitted to roll to the fence. Robert,
son shot a single hy McCarthy which had
nmoke on It, Herzog worlng,
The Pirates perked up 11 bit In the sev
enth. Schulte opened tho Inning with
the second Stnokettjwn hit and scored
when Hlnclim.in broke, up a fanning bee
among mni" sub In right field with a
triple. The Pirates had little coopera
tion, as Bill hung around third while
fnur liallcrn tried In vain 10 Heore him.
Sohultz walked, hut the three others
were easy outs. The 1 limits quickly got
this run back on Burns's triple and
Doyle's sarrillce fly.
Pittsburg scored another run In the
eighth on Mamaux's second pass and
Hchulte's triple and the tllants got It
back on MerkloV duuble and Rariden's
single. Th" tcore;
PITTSBURG (N) NEW YORK IN.)
nalrd.Jb... 4 00 ; oolHurna.lf,.,. 022 2 00
Carey.cf.... 4 0 0 2 2 0 DoyleJb .. .. 2 0 1 6 2 0
Selmlte.lf 4 1 2 3 0 0Hertig.3b... 311 0 2 0
Hlnch'ii.lb. 4 0 1 . 0 0 llnb'taon.rf. 4 0 3 4 0 0
rormer,!h , 4 0 2 2 1 1 Kautf.cf.. .. 311 t ot
Hrhultz.rf . 3 0 0 4 OO'Merkle.lb..,. 4 2 2 10 0 0
M'Cart'y.ta 3 00 3 1 0 Kleteber.aa., so 2 1 10
Kchmldt.c. 4 0 0 2 4 0 Knriilen e. 3 0 1 4 00
Mamaux, p, 110 0 1 njllentonji.. too 0 10
Totala ,112524 ll Total. , 37613 27 13 1
ntt.burx 0 I 0 n 0 0 1 I e-3
.New Ymk, . ..100:1011
Two baae (ill. -Burn, Merklo. Thief bate
Uis llerjog, lllnthman, Burin, Sihiille. Htolen
lwe Ilarldeii Sacrllii'i' hlt- llnyle, NaerlAce
fly Dojle. Ii'iul.le piny.. Carey and Karineri
HiTg. I)ole and Merkle. Ift un liaaea
York, I'llUlitirg, t. yirat baae on
error- uli, 1, earned runa -Off Benton,
2, off Mauiaut, lilt by pltclier-By Ma.
maiK. I (H'lilur) lla.e. on h. 1 1 .-Off Ben.
ten, 4 (M.i 1 2, Srhtilla, McCarthy): off
Mamaux, 3 (fiauff, Itarlden, lleraog), Htruck
ut-By llenl.in, 3 (Care), Illnchntan, lie.
Carthy); !' Mumaiii. 2 Itent1.11 :i. Umpires
Mrasrs. (I'Duy and Ka.ou. 'lime of lane !
boor aad tl uUsuteo.
VISIT OF MACKMEN IS
PROFITABLE TO SOX
Chicago's Victories Climb to R
In a Row Athletics
Lose 14 Straight.
Chil-aoo, Aug. J (American). Chi-',
i h " gamea us eigmn eiraigm victory i
; to-day by taking the final game of Ihe I
series from the Athletic, 8 to 2. It wan
Philadelphia' fourteenth consecutive ,
defeat. The locali won hy bunching- hits
off Johnson and Williams.
The visitors scored a two run lead on
Clcotte In the first four InnlnRs by op
portune hitting, and he cave way to
Hem, who held his opponents safe,
'resident Ituppert, Vice-President
Huston- and Manager Donovan of the
Yankees saw the game as guests of
President Johnson. The score:
PHILADELPHIA JA.) ,,
Ltwry.lf. .1110 oop.Collina.rf si: l oo I
i.Miiiiir ''ill n n ii niru .11 a au
w,i,h,ri.. .100 . o iff. Col'na.itb 422 2 o o ,
runnel, iii 4 oo.jarKson.il. .. o : o oo
T ,l..t. nt . r. - V
. - n iiim.ci . k i
MrliuiiVlb 40 o 5 o o.ivi.o'h.c'fV
"' ??: 3 jo imi.o.
10M.Miirn.3b 100 u 10l,.relir. whs about.
Haley,. - .
30 0 j :o ciTOtti'.p,.
ooo 0 4 0
000 0 00
Johinon.p. 1 00 0 ootFournlrr,
..MrKiwee. ioo 0 ooHenz.p. .
"11 1 II
Wllllama.n ooo o in
Lannliuj.p. ioo 0 oo
Totals . U S 11 37 K 1
Watted for Clcotte In Ihe fourth Inning.
Philadelphia toeionoo 0-2
liilrifo o o 2 o A o l i-und
two tiste hltt-K. Colllnt, Frl.th. Thrrr. ' his club are Mclnnls and Strunk. Klther
bote hhl,,nJV,,'"'l,n"' ST,'r- -!i,r,r.,l,rt.,!!!;ot Loth would lit very nicely In the
JJ; ft", .wvr Wr.vV;'""" ' Vankee oulflt. though Connie Mack
,,, 2, llfU tM.,,('i,iriio. . Phlladrl. , would undoubtedly lose the last fan that
lJns ' ffii.",
ton, S and : In 4 1 off Wll
3: off tannine. 3 and 1 In
arncd runn 4ff I'loitte.
on . . i
ml 0 In b; off John
Vraffi'ia'Dike??. of ,lme"
1 hour and 5J mlnutM. .
Hnrl tlant, KI'uvph S in 3
and Beat Braves. to 3
Bostov, Aug. : (National). I.ajid
lug on Hughes for two two-base hits
n ml .in. I. .nt, . -..11, .
n ;! ij.SIVh .. ;" 3i i X;
r..c. j.i : ; S
An';;;;, .'., - J JoTvler.n . ;i: 5 so
Willl.mt.n. 0 1 0 0 00iltuches.D. . IOO 0 0 0
J Sm'h.rt.lf :oo 3 0 (iitColllin.. . ooo o no
.Um.y . . 0 o 0 j 0 iConnol.y J0,,00
Total .. .31 3 1 37 " o
.T0,a,,J ;M 5ir 'V' ... . ,
Bitted for Wilton In th fourth Innlni. I
IBatted for Ames In the setenth Inn ng.
jnatted for Blickburn In b- ninth Inning.
n,tnd for iiufh In the ninth Innlnc.
st, Uml 00010010 S-K,
ltoton OOltlOOO 13
Tw h, hlti-itenralet, Kenetier, Berk,
Thrc ln.r hln-l!lckburn, HomiliT, Tyler,
atnlen BUrklmm. (rrlilr hlt-Mrn,
' .serldre m-Bntl;r. Snnier. Potil.fo
pla.r llorn.h.r. llrltfl and Miller Left on
jlk(,,st. ,,,1,, 9 iioston. 7. rir.t bae on
,.r-i,r-Bo.t(.n. 1. Hao on balta-orr Tyler. 3:
off Hnshea, 3: off William., 3. Illta and oariicl
nm.-Off Anm. s lilta, t run In lnnlnx: off
ll'.lll.n.. . I In 1. T.U. fi ....I l
,4 Inning! : off Hughe.. 5 and 3 In 3. Htruck !
out -By Aniea, 2: by Hughea. 2; lr Willi. mn,
1. Wild lillch-llngliet. Cmplre.-Meai.ra. Ills-
I In. anri fl.p.laon Tim of i-aniiv ? hniira anrf
BED SOX AGAIN TRIUMPH.
Prot ky Boland'a Wlldneaa Beat
Tlarra. n t 2.
DEmotT, Mich., Aug. I (American).
here to-day. f, to
Boston won It' fourth straight game
largely because of
In the second and
"" nh J JKu
each of which proved costly. The score:
BOSTON (A.) DETROIT (A.)
,b f,h f ooVitt.3b 'Jo'o3?:,
Harry.2b,,, 612 1 2 0 Buah.aa.... .401 0 20
Ix-l..lf.... 3 00 2 1 0 Burna.lb.... 41211 00
""bhti'l lb ; 2 2 11 2 0 Cobb of., , IH J H
".liner ib "ill
scon. .'..' 100 2
Harper.rf. . 4 00 1 0 0
Young.2b... ton 2 JO
4 0 14
MeKee.e... 3 00 7 1 0
Boland.n.. . 1 0 0 0 3 0
10 0 2 2 0
Cuunt'g m.p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Dubuc.p 10 1 0 0 0
Crawford.. Ill 0 00
tHellman.... 101 0 00
tkavanagb, ioo 0 00
; t : i 0
irtuier 0 1 0 0
Totals M 3727 1SO
Batted ttr Ooaatagaaai la tae etnta Inning.
Battel for Toeag la M atnth Inning.
IBattod for MeKaa la 'the atnth Inning.
Raa for Dobae la the atnth Inning.
Dtrott 00000003 0-3
Two baae kits Hooper, Walker, Gardner,
Teach. Three bate hit Crawford. Stolon baa
Barry. Sacrifice hlta towla, Walker, gcott
1. HarrlUc. fllea-Bcott, Vltt. Ift on baaea
Bsaton, 7 : Detroit, I. Baaea on balla Off Foa
ter. 3: off Boland, 3; off Cunningham, 2. Illta
and earned runa Off Foster, 2 runa: off Bo.
land. 1 hlta, 4 runa In 3 1-3; off Cunningham,
4 hltt, 1 ran In OCJ Inntnga: off llubuc. 1
hit. no runa In 1 Inning. Struck nut By Foa.
ter. 1: by Cunningham, 4: by llubuc. 1. Wild
nltch Cunningham. I'aaaed ball Thomaa. Urn
' ConBollf and Ow7nt Time of
'tnd mlntTtea 0,
game 1 hour
Tlera Sln Coast Pitcher.
Hak FaANClBCO, Aug. I. The Detroit
Tlgera have stened Pitcher Johnny Couch
of the local Pacific Coast League club, It
was announced to-day. Couch formerly
hurled for fitanford University. He will
join Detroit next spring.
National and American League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
New Tork. t Pltttborg, 3.
Brooklya. B Clarlnaatl. 4 (is lanlagt).
Fklladelekle, 1 Cklcagn, 0 (12 Innlngt).
HI. I.oolt, D Roilnn, il.
riayed. Woa. I.ntl. P.C. I'lajrd. Won,
ruoklya M M ill .WS'S llnatnn ml Ml
Boston M 49 !I7 J170 Chirac IM r,H
Philadelphia.... to III .18 jiot N'ew York T B3
New York M 4U 44 Jill Cleveland 07 A3
Chicago M 4S III .44111 llrlrnlt loot fill
HI. I.oull t 44 BS ,444 Waahltlglon , INI 4D
Flttlbnrg M 40 BO ,444 til. I.oula ON 40
Ciarlaoatl 07 SH bo .nes Philadelphia... on 10
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
Cblragn la 5ow York, 1 Tirw York In Detroit.
Pllltbarg la Breoklya, Hnalon In Nt. I.oula.
Claelaaatl ta Bottoa (two), I Wa.hlngtoa In Chleage.
M. Iiaoli In PkllMolfkltvl Philadelphia le OTarotaaA,
APPEAL FOR HELP
With Huston and Donovan,
Yankee President Visits
HOFMAX SIGNS CONTRACT
DitTnotT, Aug. 2. The Yankees ar
rived here this morning. Many of them
spent tha day watdhlng the Detroit
Tigers lose to the Boston world' cham
pions. After dropping alx games In a
row to St. Ioula It was rather a novelty
for the boys to see some one else lose.
Bill Donovan did not accompany the
team to Detroit. He went to Chicago,
wh. he met Col.
Huston, president a
Ituppert and Capt.
nd secretary of the
..it.i. n.1.1. linn inuninn wiipnifi ilia
" t "Vnv. irin held n
4l! 13 3 0 I Important conference this afternoon with
4t3 l 00 I'resldcnt Ban Johnson and there Is con
4 11 f 1 0 1 fllilrrnhU khoc nliitlnii liere aa to what the
r 7 - ,... .m. ,iih
It Is reported, however, that the
Yankee officials have appealed to tha
league head to give them aotno help at
this tlnie, as the club with Its unparal
leled list of Injuries seems worthy of
some consideration. What Ban can do
for them Is hard to conceive. Kvery
club but the Athletics Is In the race
the only players Mack has left on
remained loyal to him In Philadelphia If
lie sold anv or tnese ton survivors or
the former famous Athletlua.
- - - - -
Caldnrll May Ur Traded.
, RPP"t and Hu.t
Johnon to help the
pf a ieAii Yn
Huston may have asked
them make some kind
nks might even be
, willing to trade Caldwell at this time
as Slim Is In very had all around. Dono
van says nothing ever got him as worked
up as Caldwell's behavior at this time,
v;hen he expected every man to remain
loyal to him In the club's adversity,
Bill Ls no strict disciplinarian, aa Cald
' well Is the first player he has fined
since becoming a manager In 1911. The
club ownera also nre bitter against Cald
we"- He Is paid 18.000 a year and so
-on onlv flv. m v.t m.
fault was found with his pitching ao
fault was found with his pitching ao
long as lie behaved.
Both Keating and Markle alae are
on the market. An effort was made to
trade Keating before the club went West,
but without success. Just now the team
needs hitting strength on the Infield
more than anything else, despite the
ct that four outfielders Magee. Oil-
R "aseuaii pcnool. llofman wao
In the Fexls. However, he may fit In
with Miller and Oldrlng for the time
helnr. nnil If li mn hit inn Rnllv
hi. used on the Infield later on
The Yankee have threV pretty good
men out on option who would help the
club JUBl nowShocker of Toronto, and
Arrairon and iUmlrvx of Rlohmnnil
ii K ,?? . Rlcnmond.
However, there would be a terrific howl
from the International League If these
players were lifted now. Donovan did
get Miller back from Baltimore, jut
had to send Hartzell to the Birds.
Fritz Malsel rejoined the Yankees
here to-day, and may try to play second
bn.se before the end of the aeries.
Bargain Attraetleaa At.
aoaneel by Temer.
President Tener yesterday announced
the dates nf postponed games that will
be played In the National League. The
crop Is an unusually large one and the
bargain day fans will be kept busy. No
games are scheduled for Cincinnati and
St, I.ouls, hut there are plenty of double
headers throughout Hip rest of the cir
cuit. Following nre the dates, all being
double headers except where marked
with an X :
At Boetnn With Cincinnati. August, t. I
ui.il 7: nltb I'lll-burg, Auguat 10, Heptnm
ber 23. with New i'ork, September 2: with
1'hllnitelphla. September 6 and 6; lth
Brooklyn, September I: with Chicago,
At Brooklyn Wltn Pittsburg, August 6:
with lln.ton. Auguat 12; with Cincinnati,
September II; with fblcago, September 31.
At New York With St. I.oula. Auguat
9. September 23; th Brooklyn, Peptem
ber : wllli I'bllnilclphla, Keptomber I,
with Cincinnati. September II: with Pitta
burg. September II; nlth Boston. Septem
At Philadelphia With Cincinnati.
August 9; with Now Tork, Auguat II;
with rtrooklyn. Saptambar 1; with Chicago.
September II; with Pltttfburg, Septem
..Al ,.,t,i.u,r. w'.,h Brooklyn. Auguat
1,.!..wtih Philadelphia. August II and II;
with floaton, Auguat 21 and 30. with Cln
elnnatl. September 1; with St. I.oula, Sep.
At Chicago With Now Tork. Auguat 1TX
and II; with Brooklyn. August 2IX.
RIDGEWOOD'S FINE CARD.
Cakan fltara, Royals aaa Baaka
wlcka to Play an "aaday.
Three of the leading aeml.prn teamt no'
playing on Inrnl itlamnnda "111 br aeen In
action net Sunday at Wallace's llldgennod
llrouiula. llulaey street nnd Wyekoff ave.
nue, iirtiouiyn. in me tirnt game, at 1:30.
'' (:""" "" aro piling ,,p , great
record, will bo pitted again." ifa i,,,
'Wants, nnd the winner of that game will
face Hie ltuahwltka In the final tilt,
Tho Cuban., after a poor start, braced
sufficiently to win nine of their laat ten
guinea, a record that few local semi. pro
Irani can bouat of, The team Is well lm.
ancetl ami la sure to make conalderable
trouble for th Ilnynla. They will have
their atar pitcher, Suarez, pitted agnlnat
Lefty Harvey, (llrard and llohman will
work for the nu.hwlckt-
. A.MKRICA.V I.EAOTJI!.
Clerelanil, at Waahlngtoa. 0.
Chicago. Hi Philadelphia, 3.
Bnttoa, 0 Ilelrolf, z.
UNLUCKY FOR REDS
Paiibert Drives Pfcffer irome
in That Frame. Dodgers
Winning, 5 to 4.
STENGEL HITS HOMER
r OF.OHfji? . rsnBftwoon.
Herr Peter Schneider, who hurled the
Hunerbaa back to a to 1 defeat In the
opening game of the Brooklyn-Cincinnati
aerie at Ebbets Field laat Saturday,
tried to repeat over yonder on the Flat-
buih frontier yesterday, but fallejl to
turn the trick. The Dodgers triumphed
by a score of S to 4 and captured the
serlea, winning five games out of six.
Before Pete bit the dust he forced the
Superbas, with the great Pfrffer on the
motind, to go far Into extra Innings.
Rfnritw iw n r nti without the semblance
. li. i .u. -i.i. .1. h. it.rt. td
of a hit In the eighth, the Beds tlea
things up. 4 to 4, and the team raced
neck and neck through the ninth, tenth.
eleventh and twelfth Innings. In the
thirteenth Capt. Jake Daubert broke the
Jam by driving In the winning run.
Brooklyn filled the boeea In Uie twelfth
with only one down, but was turned bac..
r. ' ." 'r..-.- k Aie hn with onel't-By (iould, 3! br Oallla, 3: br Aera. 1.
ii mi ,t -..,.1 ik. M.a. I
m,t in th. Thirteenth, started the Ml-1
ncrbas off on another and what prot ed I
' . m t .
the victorious cnarae. dik j" i-- ,
Into one of hla rival's fast ones and .
.nniiinr .inrlo to centre. John-
aon laahed a liner Into left, planting Jeff
With the acore a tie at 4 to 4, one
out, Pfeffer on second and Johnson on
first. Daubert naught one of chnelder"s
offerings amidships and hammered the
ball high over Boush's head In left cen
tre fleW, pushing Pfeffer home with the
triumphant tally. '
Though the Dodgers won. they played
aome of the crudeat baaebatl t hoy have
uncorked In a long time. PfelTer pitched
shutout ball, not a single Bed run be ng
earned, all the Cincinnati counta being
ushered In on the error flatter. The
Dodcera, who have been making every
hit tell, yeaterday wasted a whole cart
load of blretles. It look twenty-one
ringing Dodger hlb. Including a hurri
cane homer by Casey Htengel and Dau
bert's long double In the final frame, to
manufacture the five rune.
Pfeffer'a support was erratic, one min
ute the Dodger fleldera showing them
selves to be the most butter fingered
gentry In the world and the next thrill
ing the atand with some marvellous
catch. Ivy Olaon. who has been cover
ing the short field like a carpet recently,
committed a whole flock of misde
meanors yesterday. Kven Casey Sten
gel, one of the most reliable fielders that
ever patrolled the outpost, muffed an
But Casey made up for the bobble by
robbing Tommy Griffith of an apparem.
homer with nouah on ahead In the
eighth. He ahot across the outfield like
a atreak of greased lightning and
coralled the ball when It was headed
for the fence at a ten miles a min
ute clip. On the other aide of the
outfield Buck Wheat made two glitter
ing grabs. He raced over near the foul
line and nulled down Neale's man sited
wallop In the aecond and dashed over
Into left centre for Schnelder'a long liner
In the ninth.
Brooklyn atarted clanging the ecorlng
gong In the first frame, Johnson leading
i. i.i. i t . j ..,i.
off with a single to centre and getting
forced at aecond by Daubert. Jake took
second on a wild pitch, third on Cut-1
, , . hl, , .-., mriA
Shaw's jcratch ti t to Oroh. and scored
when Heine hurled the ball over Hal
Chase's educated dome.
The Reds married the score In their
I half of the second only to have Brooklyn
I divorce things In the last half of the
stanza, fnaso singieo to icri ami toon
second when McKechnle beat tut a lilt
to deep short. Ixiuden forced McKechnlw
Cutshaw to Olson, and Cliaso scored
when Olson, trying for a double play,
hurled the apple at an Inoffensive old
gentleman bark of first base. Singles
hy McCarty and Pfeffer and Johnston's
force out of Jeff at second put McCarty
across the pan In the last half of the
Both teams scored a run again In the
fourth. Stengel dropped Chase's fly to
right. Hal took second on a wild pitch
and scored when McKechnle bent out a
hit past Olson. Stengel, the llrst man
to face fchnelder In Brooklyn's half of
the fourth, hammered the hall over the
garden wall In right field for a homer.
It was one of the longest clouts ever
made at Ebbets Field.
Catahaw fllngles tgata.
Cutshaw singled to left in the sixth,
worked around to third 011 inn Infield
outa and rode home astraddle of Olson's
larrup to left. McCarty singled Iv to
third, but Ihe pair languished when
The Redo tied It up In the eighth.
Rouah walked. Stengel made a wonder
ful catch of Griffith's red hot line fly to
right centra. Chase was winged with a
pitched ball. Neale fanned, and when
McCarty threw wild to second Eddie
took third and Hal reached the mid
way. McKechnle hit to Olwn. who cut
lose with another frenzied flip over
Daubert's thatch, Roush and Chase reg
istering. How Brooklyn won out In the thir
teenth already has been told. The Pitts.
hurg Pirates will be entertained hy the
I,i'I.T.r 1,i1),,f."' !'?''' 0"-' Tit-
night the whole Brooklyn Beb.ill riulnstrtet
will oe tne guests or .Manager Rnhlnsnii
of the New Brighton Theatre, Yetcr.
day's score ,
CINCINNATI IN I I BltOOKI.YN (N )
ab r h o a e. ah r j, 0 .. p
Oroh at .. 601 3 4 1 .lobn.ton.ef 701 on
111111. 11. ci.. .10.1 u iiiiiticll IP
Drlffllh.rf. 6 0 0 t 1 0lwi1e.it. If
Chaao.lb. 59J1J 0 D Cul.li4w.sh
Ne.ile.lf... rtoi onlsirniirl.rf..
MiK'me.ib SO 4 3 4 0 Mnurv..tb,
l.ollileu,:b. 1. 0 0 .', Ml Olson... ,.
Wlngo.e. .'1 0 2 S 30 MiC.irly,e
Sohnelder.p S 0 n 0 C 0lfetfrr,p ..
13 11 0 u
r, 0 1 .', 11 1)
i; 1 4 .1 r, 0
."13 1 0 1
too ; 20'
ii 0 2 7 .'1 3
4 12 5 11
112 0 3 11
Totala. .,44 4 1037 20 l Totala. .fflli :i 81 18 r.
One out when winning run wa .cored,
llrooliljn... 110101000000 15 I
Two baae hit Daubert. Home run Stengel,
Stolen baaea .Htengel, McCarty. Waerlltce hit. '
Hiiu.lt McKechnle, Muwrrey, Mt('art). Double
playa-McKechnle and Cht.e; (II. un, Cut.lall I
and Haulier!. Left un baara -I'lnclnitiill, 9.
Itronkbn, 14. 1'lrat bn.e on errorH I'lneln.
natl, 3. Ila.ea on ball. -IIIT Kchnelder, 4 1
(Wheat, Rtengel, Mowrey, MrCarlM : nfr pf,.f
fer, 1 (Houah). Kanieil run.-(Iff Kchnelder, I
off Pfeffer, none, lilt b pllrlier-My I'lef. I
fer, 1 (Chaae). Htruek out-lly Schneider, 4
(Pfeffer 2, Mowrey, (ll.on) hy Pfuffi r, t '
(rtciinetanr a, .-.eair e, 1110111, wuq pitehea
ny Sihnelder, I; by Pfetfrr, I. rmplrra .
Meaara. Klem (plate) and I'ni.lle (baara), Time
of gamo 2 houra and 49 tnlnutei.
BANKHA1.I, TO-DA Y. KHIIKTR FIKI.II.
Brooklyn v., Pltiaburg, 3:30 p. M .irf,-
' I.oadrrnillk o He Belrnaed,
Ct.zvgl.ANP, Atw. 2, tlrover Ltuider
mllk la apcrdlng to-day toward his en.
em Illinois liome, and It Is probable ho
never will wear an Indian unlfoini iiualii.
According to rumor, ho will hn notllled
U Mrt to tho Portland Pacific Coast
Oould Blanks Griff men, 3 to 0
Fust Fielding Helps
Cet.vgt.An, Aug. 1 (American).
Cleveland shut out Washington to-day,
3 to 0, and won the series by taking
three out of four games. Gould pitched
lor the winners.
Washington had two thrown out at J
Ihe plate. A catch by Graney In the
reventh also cut off two runs. The
i core :
ab r h o a e
Moe.tter.lt... too 4 oo
Fn.ler.2b... 30 0 1 St
Milan. cf.... 40 0 0 0 1
Rlee.rf 401 3 0 0
WlllUml.lb. 4 0 1 0 0
Mortn.:b.. 4 0 1 2 3 0
ab r h o a e
Mraney.lf., 4 1 2 2 0 0
unanm'it.it) 401 3 3 0
Koth.cf..., 4 1 3 2 0 0
Smith. rf ., 3 00 3 1 0
WamM'a.M 4 0 1 0 4 0
liatltlll.lt... 300 10 0 0
rurner.Jb.. 3 00 3 1 0
O'Nelll.e.... 1 t 0 7 10
40 2 3 3 t
40 1 3 10
2 00 0 30
000 0 00
10 1 0 0 0
10 1 0 00
(ioultl.li. , 1 00 0 3 0
Tolala, ,.: jt 15 0
Totals 34 0 S 34 12 3
th ae.enth Inning.
iiaiien ror uajiu in tne aeren'
timted for Arers In the nlntli
U'ashlniton aetOOOOt, 0-4)
Clrriland 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 x-3
Two base hits Rota, Jamleson. Three hum
hlt-nire. Sacrlflre hlU Oould 2. Smith. Stolen
bae roter. Double plar Smith and O'Neill.
Illta Off riontd, t hlta, no rum In t Innlnxi;
off (lallla, 4 hits 2 earned runt In Innlnta:
off Ajem, 2 Mt, no run. In 2. Flrat txae on
balla-Off ilould, ; nit Oallla. 3. Bit br
Mtchetl lialla-Br (iallla. 1 (O'Neill). H truck
Willi pltrh-liallla. Flrat baae on errors
... i. . . .... l.u.i...i..
w..hlnxti'm. 10. Time of tame 1 hour and M
n. I . T I Ii Z ivt ......II. ...I
IN PITCHING DUEL
Defeats PrcndergMt In 12 In
ning Fray, Killlfer Scoring
Game's Lone Ran.
PltrLADiLftru, Aug. (National).
Philadelphia to-day defeated Chicago In
a pitching duet between Alexander and
Prendergael Which went twelve inntnga.
The score waa 1 to t.
Killlfer led off In the twelfth with a
single and went to third when Wilson
threw wild to catch him off flrat. Alex
ander sent a short fly to Kelly.
Paakert then beat out a bunt, Killlfer
remaining at third until after Zimmer
man, who covered first base, muffed
Prendergast'a throw. Zimmerman took
hla time going after the ball, and Killlfer
Chlcaajo'a claim that Paakert knocked
the ball out of Ztmmerman'a handa waa
not allowed. The score :
CHICAGO (N.) irarLASZLraiA (N )
Zetder.lb... 401 2 3 OjPaakert.cf... (04 2 0 0
Flack. rt... 401 1 0 Nlehoff.lb... 4 00 4 1 0
Mann.lt.... 600 I 00 Bjme.lb.... (0 10 30
Zim'man.Sb f 0 0 I 4 1C.ood.rf 6 0 2 2 0 0
Kellr.cf.... 6 0 2 4 O0Whttted.lt.. 600 1 00
Saier.lb. .. 3 0 1 15 2 1 Luderua.lb.. 4 0 1 13 00
Wnrlm'n.as 5 00 1 : 0 Bann-ofus. 6 00 7 4 1
WIIon.c.... 4O0 1 01 Kllllfer.c.. 613 7 10
l'rend'gt.p 6 0 0 1 O'Alexander.p 40 1 0 to
Totals ...41 0 7S4 1 sl Totals... .43 1 II 14 JO 1
On out when winning run waa scored.
l'hlladrlrhta.. 00000000000 1-1
Two base hlta Rater, I.utlerna, rattan.
Stolen baaea-S.ler, Zimmerman. Hacrtnce hlta
F1k M.hoff. Aleiander. Dooble nlay-Nle.
hoff and Bancroft. Ift on baaea-Chlcago, ;
Philadelphia, It. rirat baa on arror-Chlcago,
1 Baaea on bal a Off Prendergatt. 1: off Alex-
Qg Pr,dergaat. none.
xXtnrk out-By Aletander, 7. Vwplrea Me.tra.
liron and Qutgley. Ttme of game-1 hour and
NEW YORK STATE LEAQUE.
w l PC., w. 1. iv
Blnghamt'n V, 83 .7SiUt1ca ..
42 47 ,472
Svraeuaa... a J7 .591 Elmlra 41 ? .4i6
WIIUr.hTre 41 SJ .513 Albany. 31 49 .457
1 Scranttm... 34 II .WBarriabnrg. IS M ,3l
At Ultke.barre (first game) R. II, K.
nitiKh.imtnn... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 10 2
Wllkeabarre. .. 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 x 6 10 3
lutterles Pltton and Peterton; Dough
I ertv ami Ilrlger.
'' 1 Second game) Ft.H, K.
BIllKhamtn 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 4 1
Vllkeh.irrr 0 0 0 0 3 2 x4 7 2
I llatlerle. Warned and Peterson; Heret
.kl mill Ilrlger.
At Scrnnton It. B. R
r.lmliii oioooaoo 01 9 1
' seranton . 10000301 x 6 8 1
llatterle. Wllhelm and Caaey; Beckver-
111 It and Hrnnnan.
At Albany R. H. E.
Albany 10 10 0 10 1 01 9 4
t.'tlca OOlOliOO I 9 I
lLitterte. Dotiobue and Wanamakor;
Smith. Ilnng and Ilrurgy.
At Harrl.hurg R. n. K
Syr.icu.e .. , 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 I 1 I
lUrrl.burc. .. 10 0 0 0 10 0 x 2 S 1
llatterlea-Taylor and Hlldebrand,
lluetike and Wheat, Blair
Minor League Results.
At St. Paul R. H. B
Minneapolis 4 10
St. Paul 0 I 0
llatterle. Tingling an Owoet; Clrlner,
Ilphnm and Clemona.
At Columbua R, H. K.
Toledo 10 II 0
Columbua I II 2
Hatterlra Pierce and Sweeney; Wella,
Dull.. Ilrut-k, Plrh, I.lngrelt and Coleman.
No other games were echeduled
R. B B.
'i''"."'?,,. : J "
The New Orleana-Llttle Rock and Tllr.
ininitlmm. (Chattanooga gamea were po.t.
potit'd , rulti.
Nn other game waa achedulrd.
Peterahurg, b, Norfolk, 2.
Itorky Mounl. 3, Port. mouth, I
South Atlantic League,
Auguata, 1; Columbia, 0
Columbu.. 3; Cbnrleston, 0,
Juckaouv llle, 11; Maoon. 1.
We. tern Aaaoclatlon,
Denlaon, 1, Mtukogee, 0 (llrst I
Pent. on, .', .Mu.kiiKee, 3 (aecond)
Tlllm, 1, Furl Smith, 3.
Paris, ti, (akliiboiiia Ch), 3.
Sherman, ; MoAleater, 3 (flrat).
MrAleater, 3, Sherman, I laecondl.
Pacini' Coaat League,
Los Angelea, 6; Vernon, 8,
Oal.l.inil. 3: Portland, 0.
Salt Luke, 7; Sun Franrlaro, f
fit. Joa, 4, Omaha, I
Lincoln. 0: Topeka, I,
Sioux City. 2; Wichita, I.
Ilea Molnra, 9; Denver, 1,
North Carolina lague,
liieeiitbnrn, : A.hevllle, 0.
Durhnm, 3; Italelgh, 2.
Winston. Palem. 10: l.'hrlolte, 0 (fliat).
I'liiirlntte, 4; Wlnaton-Salem, I (aecond)
Ilendertnn, 4; llopklnavllle. 1
Clarli.vtlle, .'; Dawann Sprlnga. 3
Owensboro, 5: Madlaonvllle, 0
Waco. I; rteaiimont, 2
San Antonio, 0; Shreveporl, I,
ilalvraton. t; Fort Worth, .
Hou.ton, 3; Uallaa, 0,
Say Shift to Baltimore Is Onlj
Temporary May Be Em
ployed as Scout.
BREEZY BASEBALL GOSSIP
Faithful, conscientious old ftoy Hart
zell will report to the Baltimore Orioles
In Richmond to-morrow, The Yankee
club last night Issued a statement to
the effect that HarUeirn temporary shift
to Baltimore does not mean that the old
boy has been released. He waa sent to
Baltimore merely because the Tankeea
were In such bad way that they had to
have Miller, and have him quick, and
Baltimore would not stand for the re
call at this time without getting a man
to take Miller's place, so Roy waa
In sending Hartzell to Baltimore the
club officials said they have hla base
ball future In mind. Next season Roy
will be used In the capacity of scout or
the club will try to locate him with
soma good minor league club as man
ager. If he deslren he may have his un
conditional release, under the terms of
agreement with the Players Fraternity.
Before leaving for Richmond Hartzell
expressed himself as perfectly satisfied
with the shift. Roy would do anything
to help out the boys, and If he can bo
of more assistance to them playing In '
Elmer Miller's shoen on the Baltimore
club then Roy will play In Baltimore.
Congratulations were In order for
Walter Johnson yesterday, when the
Senator star celebrated the ninth an
niversary of his1' debut In the American
League. It was on August 2, 190", that
the Hpeed King twirled his first game for
the Senators, then managed by Joe
Johnson got off to a poor start In hla
flrat year as a big leaguer, but shortly
after hit Initial season started out on a
career that haa made him the nightmare
of the American Iveague batters. Fol
lowing la the record compiled by the
burly Swede while with Washington :
Year. O. W. L PC. SO BB. H At
1M7 II i I Kl (4 II j 2 34
1MI 3 14 14 .600 140 6: IK 2 M
IM 40 13 21 .342 1(4 14 247 2 20
110 45 2S 17 ,5M 311 7 Z.SI
1911 40 23 13 .015 20? 70 29: 2 41
UK M 32 12 .727 303 7C 2( 2.91
1113 47 M 7 .71 243 34 2.10 1 C?
114 61 2( 11 .641 225 74 217 1 71
116 47 27 II .75 203 64 2S 1.15
1S14 31 17 11 .W7 151 63 115 .
Delehantr'a Dlfflcalt Task.
Jim Delehanty, former Tiger star. Is
having his troubles as a mannger. 1
Delehanty Is guiding the destinies of thet
Beaumont club In the Texas Lengue and
Is getting mediocre results. The Beau
mont nine is Intrenched In last place
and Delehanty already Is hearing those
remarks that are not becoming a man
ager. Iaat year Jim piloted Hartford
to a pennant In the no
Walter Blatr la instilling new life in
the Harrlsburg club, recently trans
ferred from Troy. Blair has made many
chance., in the Harrlsburg lineup and
remarkable results) have been attained. I
T. nnw InAti. aa if lllnlr'a m wilt tint
lone remain In last place. George
Wlltse. who ls nt the helm of the Albany
!. j.. j .. -i.,.,, it .h. a.m.
"n ,"., . ' " ' " ' .
aa when he left It many years ago, and
the Senators may soon find themselves
In the position now occupied by Harrls
burg. He Agmln fthlftral.
Cheater Hoff, former Tankee. a native
of Tonkers. continues to take In the
scenery. Thla time Chet goes to Salt
Lake City of the Coast League, having
been sent to the Saints by Little Bock,
Laat season Hoff was given a trial by
the Browns, but Fielder Jones released
him to Rochester, from which team he
left to Join St. Louis. Rochester In turn
sent the southpaw to Little Rock.
Maurice Craft, the twirler recently
purchased from the Norfolk club of the
Virginia League by Washington, has ac
complished the seemingly Impossible.
Out of high school less than two years
Craft has stepped from a Class C league
Into the whoes of a big tinier. He has i
Had only ono year s experience in pro
fessional bahebatl anil those who have
watched him are confident that the
young fellow Is In the big leagues for an
A remarkable record waa compiled
last Saturday by Harry Roberta of the
Owensboro K. I, T, league team. Rob
erts pitched both games of a double
header against Clarksvllle, winning the
first game, 1 to 0, and losing the second
In fourteen Innings by another 1 to 0
score. A total of twelve hits was made
by Clarkaville In the two games, one be
ing a home run that decided the Issue In
the second contest. Roberta haa been
twirling gilt edged ball all season and la
attracting the attention of major league
scouts throughout the country.
Jim Thorpe ia endeavoring to convince
major league managers that they made
a aerloua mistake when they allowed him
to drift downward. Jim Is playing a
fine game for Milwaukee In the Ameri
can Association. He leads the league In
base stealing and la riolnc rood work
In hitting. Recenly at Ixmtsvllle a line I
drive from Thorpe's bat hit the left
field fence, the clout being the longest
drive ever made at the Colonel's park. I
oeorge niock, the veteran big league
catcner, is carrying around a much
labelled suit case. Within the last two
necks lllocl; has been shifted four times.
He was trcently let out by St. Joseph
to Wichita nnd a few days later Wichita
sent him hack to St. Joseph, whence I
he left for Milwaukee.
Monte Cio.. a member of the Ath
letics In the olilen days, l playing senil
pro hall in Philadelphia, Mnnte still has 1
,i good deal of tl.e old pep left and Is
cavorting around In a capablo manner. I
Mltterllng, the fotiner I'rsliius n.ir re
cently let out hy Connie Mack, nl.to Is
playing with the free lancers in tho
TWO GAMES AT L. I. CITY.
Plalnflelda. I,. I. City Nine and
Degnon. tn Piny Monday.
Two gamea will he ptujed at Drgnon
Flrld, oppo.ltr the lliiuirra Point enur
atatlon of the Stelnway tube, next Sunday.
In Ihe flrat game the Plalnflelda, one of
New Jeraey'a Uuillng semi-pro nine., will
clash with the Long I. land Cltj team,
composed of the pick of the semi. pro tal
ent In the lloruiiKh nf Qucrna. and Die
winner of that rnnteat will cl.rt with the
Degnnn (lraa. The Plalnflelda will use
MrKnerny. Currle or MrMnhoii on ihe
mound and Sneer will catch.
Max llorlker. the local boy who la to
report to the Cleveland club on September
1, and Juke Slchlrr, former Atlantic
Leaguer, will appear In the dray lineup,
as will nilly Ollbrrt. Fred .fHrklltsrh, Ills
land, Frank Carroll, Charley Mearu anil
Walter Ancker, all former major Icaguen.
MEADOW BROOK THIRDS
LEAD IN P0L0MATCH
Vanquish Mendow Brook Rtig
hys 10 1-4- lo 5 1-4 in Army
and Navy Cup Play.
NAnrtAOANSETT Pur, R. I., Aug. 2.
To open the series for the Army and
Navy cups for teams not less than sev
enteen goals handicap the Meadow
Brook third and Meadow Brook Itugby
teams played to-day In the Polo Asso
ciation tournament tit the Point Judith
Club. The Meadow Brook Thirds wn
by in 1.4 to 5 1-4.
Receiving two goals by handicap, the
third team doubled the start through
goals by Raymond and Morgan elmont
In the llrst period before the Rnghys
gained a point through a long hit by
Balding. It was a well fought game.
The Randolph cup final will be played
to-morrow lietween the Aiken Red Birds
and Meadow Brook Rugby second, while
Deal and Point Judith Magpies meet In
the second game for the Rathbone cups.
The summary :
FIRST fJAMK. ARMT AND NAVT CUTS.
MEADOW IIROOK I MEADOW BROOK
1- F S. von stade... 411 K. S. Heynal 4
2- Rsimontl Belmont. &. 2 -J C. Cnolej 3
3 T. Itltcliiock. Jr.. 4 j w. naltlinir
4-Moraan Belmont. 4 (-John Drage...
Team handicap. Team handlrap 1
Score Meadow Brook, 3d Ooala earned, 10;
br handlrap, 3; leaa penaltlea, 1. Total Ion.
Meadow iirooa. iinihj ooaia earned, a, iea
n.t,.!fla fcl. Tnt.l -KU. Individual aoala II.
I llelmnnl. 4: W. Ilaldlnr. 1: llrai-e. 2! Von
Mtade. 3, llltrhcock, 2: M. Belmont, 2: Cooler.
1. Penalties- ronla aillnat M. Ileltnont. :i It
I Belmont and Draae: aafetlea br M
I and Urate. Referee 11. w. Hopping
MABEL TRASR TROTS
FAST IN RICH STAKE
Wins Taper Mills Purse
Record Time nt (Jinnd
Kaijuazoo, Mich.. Aug. Mahel
Trask, driven by Walter Cox. won the
110,000 Paper Mills purse this afternoon
for 2:08 trotters, setting a mark of
2:03 for the event and Incidentally
trotting the fastest mile of the present
I Grand Circuit scaton. The famed daugh-
tor nf Peter tho llrent fttllv mi.t.-llncrt
1 ter or Peter tne ureal nin sustained
, her reputation for upeetl and racing
, stamina by disposing of a representative
field of trotters quite as successfully aa
she had previously done at Cleveland
and Detroit. She was forced to her
record mile by St. Frisco, driven by
"Pop" Oeers. Every time the veteran
appeared he was greeted with rounds
There were eight starters In the
Paper Mills trot. The Cox mare waa
favorite and won In four straight heats,
the purse being divided on that basis.
Her winnings were $4,500, St. Frisco
, ftnd Guy Nella carried the battle to her
111 Kirn neat. .muei won ine nrsi neai
In 2:0",, but In the second heat (leers
forced Cox to drlvo his beist to win In
2:03., establishing a record for the
event and beating the previous best
mark of 2:05,(, made by Peter Scott
In 191B. The third and fourth mlleei
were In 2:0'., Cox showing In front
J " " ,r
I 2:18 trot (3 In t: purse. t.O0:
Eaperanza, b m by Carlokln (Durfea) 1
1 Rreecia. b. m. iFIemingi
Oeorte N. Patterson, hlk, h (Ruth.
ford 3 3 4
Kchomore. hlk, a. (McDonald 1 4 4 3
lMtaburgh. eh. c. (Murphy) Sin
Teddy Brooks, b. s. (Wllaon) S 0
The Expoaer. br. b. (Donahue) 7 7 7
Time-3:0I, 2:07t,, 2:10.
Paper Milla Stakee. for :: trotters (4 heat
nlatti: purae. 110.030:
Mabel Traak, ch. m . by Peter the
nre at iCoti
1 1 1
8t. !, b. h. (Oeers)
Jur Nella, br. m (Snow)
I.arume Lad. b g (McDonald)
Vanco, b. g (Murphy)
The Eno, ch. h (Floyd)
Omar, b a Idrady)
, 3 S 3
4 e 4
7 r. 5dia
Virginia iiarnrite. d m. (uurrrei.. 4 aia
Time 2:07V 2:0Ji. 2:os, ::0CV
2:0 pace (I in S: purae, 11.000:
Leila Patchen. hlk. m by Dan's
Brother iSnow) 4 2 11
The Savoy, hlk g, iFloyd) 3 13 2
White Sox. b. m, iDurfeei 2 3 2 3
King Couohman. br. g lAtkln.on) 5 f 4 4
(ienrral Todd, b a. illrn) ,. 1 4 dla
Joe Patchen II.. br t (Firming), t edit
Protrro Hoy. b. k iDanirl.),... 7 die
Time 2:0G', 2:03V 2:07'.. 2:06";, 2:0,
SPENCER, SCORES 25 POINTS.
Toronto Lad Wins Alternanre Rare
at Newark Veladroaaa.
Nbwauk, N. J., Aug. 2. Arthur
Spencer, the Toronto youngster, won the
altrmance race at the local Velodrome
tn-nlght, heating out Oscar Egg of
Switzerland, Frank Cavanagh of this
city and Marcel Dupuy of France.
Spencer finished with 25 points. Cava
nagh and Kgg tied for second honors
with IK points each, while Dupuy waa
laBt, scoring 11 points.
Tom Hello, the sturdy Brooklyn ama
teur, took first place In the two mile
open. Just beating out Edward Byron of
Australia. The half mile handicap for
tho amateurs went to Auguat Lang of
Newark, who atarted from the fifteen
yard mark. The summaries ;
Half Mil Handicap. Amateur Won by
Auguat Lang (15 yards); Wllltam Schnei
der (10 ard), second: Andrew Craclnch
(65 yarda), third; William Spencer (20
yard.), fourth. Time, (4 1-5 aecond..
Two Mile Open. Amateur Won bv Tom
Hello; IMward B rnn, aecond; William
.-prtierr. miru, innma. ritnlmiiwn.,
fourth, Tlmr, 4:11 1.6.
The Alternance Itacr, One Mile, Profes
alnnal Wop bv Arthur Spencer. 25 points;
Frank Cavanagh and ncar Kec tied for
aecond with 11 polnta; Man-el Dimiuv. 11
point., fourth Klr.t heiit Won hy Cav
i !,M,gl.unT.';v' .::v,',t1 :.,!LB',.,,!'r-.J.l;,;:
ST, 4-5. aat rlehlli mil... 1" 1 r, ..mml.
Second heat Won by Sprnrrr, Cunn.txh
eecond; Dupuy, third Time. ; :,o, u.t
elahUi mile, 12 1 r, aecond. Third heat--
I ,t,!..'i Ti'.f.?' M:r: , "tr0!"1 '. 'J'. """f."'
12 1 & .econtl. Fourth beat Won by Snen
cer. l.gg, second, Dupuy. third. Time,
Twenty-live Mile Team Itnte, Profra
sloiuil) Won hy Alfred Cirndk and Alfred
iiouiii'i; viiii. un HHniry antl i;d,iir Mad
leu, second, Lloyd Tlioma. and lluu. ohrt.
John and Menu. Hedrll, fourtb.
BIO ENTRY FOR GOSHEN MEET.
More Than SOO Trottrra and Parera
to Race on Ana:. N. ft and 10.
Attracted b) the pirn-es and plate
hung up for tV different events, more
than 200 trottrra nnd pacers have been
entered for the three day meet which
will be held hy the Monroe Helving Park
Association at (lolit'ti, N, Y., on August
s, ! and 10, Among those entered are
many liarneBs ltoren which have earned
futile on the small tracks of Ihe Knst,
Officers of Ihe association predict that
thu meet will be the most succesHful
ever held al Ihe historic old track. The
olilcers of the n-soclatlon are; Pierre
Lnrlllard, Jr.. pteWilent , J. J, Miller,
vice-president; J. II Carpenter, treas
urcr, and William K, Ilci;crson, sccrc-
A special train will leave Jersey City
over the Krle Railroad at 12:15 each
day and return Immediately after tho
In at race,
by Tallying 5 Buns in
8th Score. 7 to :t.
WITTER STARS AT l!
International League He.uli..
Newark, 7j ttlrhmomt, .1.
Itorheater, 4! Buffalo, 1
Montreal, 5. Toronto, 4 (12 innln;
Standing nf the Hub..
W. I,. If , W
Buffalo... Ho 41 .iii. Toronto t
Providence. M 42 .613 Rlnlunnnd !
Montreal.., 47 4.' ..',:lNearU ?
Baltimore.. 4! 44 .527 Rncl:.trr 34
flame Scheduled for Tn-da.r.
Baltimore In Richmond.
Montreal In notifitf.
Rich Mom V Aug. 2 (Interna,
tlonal). Drlxlng out lle tallies In th.
eighth Inning, the Indians overcame
one run lead enjoyed by the locals, nnd
the visitors registered their second Mo
tory over the Rebels In as nituij tl)i
The score was 7 to 3, Frank McKenry,
former Red, travelled like a limn afire
until the eighth Inning. Before tha
fatal stanza the California militiaman
allowed only two hits, one holm? h dr.
cult clout by I.eo Witter.
In the eighth Inning, however, tn
Brnvea landed on McKenry with n en.
geance, four singles, a tuple and a
base on balls being Included In the col
lection. Newark got off to a two run
lead In the first Inning, hilt the Itebe'e
promptly tied the scorn In their h,ilt
Richmond went to the fore In the sixth
inning, finding Wilkinson for another
tally. The Newark pitcher kept tlm h!t
well scattered and wns accorded rina
support. In addition to maklmt i home
run, Witter hit for u triple In the eighth
Inning. Tho poore.
NEWARK (1 I RICHMOND (I.i
ih r Ii n i . ab r Ii o . .
Cable.Vb ... 4 2 2 4 4 l);ciemen.lf.. 311 0.
Shnrten.lf.. 4 00
Callahan.cf 4 0 0
" ii llentlrjx.Jb.
0 0 IMnk.lnii.rf
1 1 Arrason.a...
4 0 0 1
Hitler, 3b. . 4 0 0
lleiljr.aa. . 3 10
"cliwert.c. 4 1 2
Wllkln'n.p. 4 1 1
5 2 .1 1 .
3 0 3
3 0 1 4 nt
4 1)0 f 44
301 1 e
101 1 It
1 0 rne.te.Jb
. 1 Reynold. ,c
11 1' Total. . .JSJr 14
2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 1
: o o i) o i i o t-i
hit Bank. ton 'Ibrre bate hit
1 witter. Home, ruti-n liter '
Dnrfln. 2; Bendryx liaaea on balla -Off Wilt
.,, olt McKenry, 2. strut k out -By una
inaon. 2. Uft on bates Newark. 4. Richmond,
' 10. Time of game 1 hour and 30 mlnutea. Crc
I plrea-Meaara. Cheetnutt and t leary
MANAGER H0WLEY A HERO.
Circuit Drlre la Twelfth Brlage
Victory to Itoyala. R a 4.
Moxtiucal, Quebec. Aug, 2 (Inter
national). Manager Daniel Howley waa
the hero of the twelve Inning pitcher"'
battle between Fullcmvvlder nnd Her
bert to-day. In which the Itoyala eorr.eil
tho decision, 5 to 4 How Icy slammed
the ball over the left Held fence for i
home run, winning the game for Mon
treal by 6 to 4. The score:
TORONTO (I ) MONTREAL (I
: 1 Smyth. :b
S 1 1 3
f, oo ;,
4 2 2 14
4 0i.Morancr .
0 0 Mai.ell.lf,.
0 o Multb.rf
0 0 D.imrau.Sh.
r. l i t
r. 1 2 r
4 00 1
4 o t -
T p.on.cf ..
HO 0 0
Blackb'n.ib r, I 2
3 D olWaxner.a.
3 0 0 2 0 Ols'imirry.lb.
not f. o oi now ley i
Herbert.p . R 0 1
o :t1Pullen drr.p 4 o i
Totala... 42 4 730 13 1" Totala... 41 D S ft til
Two out when winning run t .cored
Stolen baae. Crltchell. Trout, Paut fmt!
Wagner Sacrifice hits Orttehell. namratt
Sacrifice fly flraham Two ba.e bit -Illa'a
burn Threr base hit Smith (Toronto Horn,
run Howley Strnek out Hy llerttrt. 1.
by Kullrnweldrr. 3 Itnara on ball. OB 11
brrt, 3: off Fullenwrlder, 1 I.eft on Iwn
Toronto, 6: Montreal, 2 Time of ia"n
2 houra and 3 minute.. I'niitlrre .Me..'.
Bran.fleld and Carpenter
LEVERENZ A PUZZLE.
et Blaana and Hnatlera Win by
4 ta 1 Const.
BurTAi). Aug. 2 (Intrrnatlot.ali
Inability of the Hlnona to olve the de
livery of Leverenj:, former St. Imi
Browrw pitcher, gave the HiiHtler- t'e
final game of the scries to-day by tl.e
score of 4 to 1. The s-ore:
BUFFALO (I )
ROCHESTER t! '
lib r h o a
KoDn.lf 4 01 0 uosloaiirf.
b 1 I
Channell.rf 30 1 2 0 1 HolKelb
. 0 (1
3 1 II
4 t I
4 1 4
3 0 0
4 0 0
JacKton.cr. 4 0 2 l
Cariat'm.Jb COO 3
Hiimmel.lb 4 0 110
H'Nelll.:b.. 40 1 2
Onalow.c ,. 4 t l 7
Pennock.D, 4 0 1 1
( n l.n b.cf
4 0 .1acobnn,lf
1 olsirlni.cb ..
0 1'levllll3h .
2 0 ll.de.e
GUI 100 0
o hi - -
Totala 36 1 27 12 ?
Batted for Chtnnell In the ninth Inning
Rnchtater 20000011 0-4
Flrat haaa en halla Off I'ennnek. 4 et I
erent, 3 Btrock out Hy Pennoi.. . ,f
Irereat, 7. Two ha.e hlta -.lai-or-tin, V"
Aulay. Stcrlflet hlta- Holle, Peilln s.rria-.
fly Jtckaen. Stolen t.a.e.- Slglln. MrlciH
McAulry nit hy pitcher Pt lyrereni. I Ctr
plrri Meatro. Htndlttoe and Freeman Ttf.
of game 1 hour and 48 mlnutea
CUBS AT WEST SIDE PARK,
Plar Drtscoll'o Jersey
The btggeat attraction .tag.d at '
Side Park. Jer.ev City lit inn l c.rl
rd for neit Sunday A itouhi. beait" '
been arranged, the feature of 1 h w
bring together Joe Tinker', fh '
ntid Pave prl.t-ii"'. Jer.et ,
Five new pU)er. hae beep an ih
(''uha'a ro.ter .liter th. trim mi' 1 i i
.t ml all will npiie.ir In Hie ' u
man, the ounxler who w,i pirn
in.. 1 t"
h ill tr .urn rroin (lie imh.si i -Kell).
outfleldrr I're.i M" ' "
Clrcy llr.t .d, krr .a tut rt'
titer lllant. PHttd'tirc .Ttltt l-'e.1
Mordrctl llrown, eterati of tr.r
hattlr. will pitch p.iM r ' 1 - e.i
tier. Flack, Mann Itiittte ,'! .
KelH. Salrr, Wnrtlltao m I ' - '
In thr lineup of thr . ' l t
In the nrsi gam" tne ,ter-. t
t and tn Newark tlrrnieu v r
.In a contest that wl" ,le i 1.
plon.tllp Of thr State Til- eti 'i
have plaed last Similar itn-
Tom eploalon caused a pn.'ini'
w l, if w t
Portland M 3J 71( l.awrtu "
N. Indon "3 .ew iiac.n
Woreeater 43 ?.'i Wd llrliltepnri '
Springheld 4 .".7 (,3'J Lowell
Lynn. 4." S4 f.. Ilartfotd "
At Springfield-- '
New Haven I 1 t II M M
Sprlngflelil . 1101000000 3
llatterle. vea er ami iirnnr 1
Powers and lit in.
At Lawrence "
New London ooooflteon '
Lawrence 1 " 1 ; n 0 n n
llatterle.. Rlener, i-henutth atit i
Fuller and Murphy
At Hartford '
Hartford . .ooooioane
Portland . 2 . j n n 0 1 e 1
Hattrrlea Fillip itrb-k, I'tet.. 1
Donaltl. Skiff, Tucl.ej and 'e-
At Wnrce.ier "
Lynn . i o i n o n ft (t '
Worcr.ter . ooiftl I o 0 .1
Hatterlra Turro and t'auo , n
Herring and Phillip.
At Lowell-- f
Lowell 0 I A 0 1 0 1 I
Ilrldgeport . ilMU'ji 'fl
Batteries flrren. Cou.lantlne.iu n
and Kllhulltn, Hou.t and Flalirr .