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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1916.
Cullop Sets Fine Example for Caldwell-- Tired After Long Trip From N. Y.,Nfck Begs to Go on Mound and Beats Tigers
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TANKS SHATTER
LOSING STREAK;
ALSO RECORDS
Bfcat Tigers, 4 to 2, mul Bet
ter Marks for Meagre Hit
ting and Light Scoring.
(VICTORY COMES IN 9TH
Rush of Browns Features
Work in Major Leagues
Sensational Run of Fourteen Straight Earns Respect for
Fielder Jones's Team Superbas Continue on -Road
to Pennantville-J-Week's Review.
Br ritjrRicK a. libs.
Dvnotr, Aug. (.That lone losing
trsak of the Tankees, which had cov
ered a stretch of nine well pitched and
law, score tames, esploded with a loud
F at Marin Field this afternoon In the
Inning of tha gam between Dono
van's crippled aggregation and the
Tatars. A home run, two doublet, then
.baa on balli and finally another
tenia propelled the Yankee to victory,
thalflrat they tatted since a week ago
last Friday at Chicago. The score was
4 to I. The victory kept Donovan's
team n tha first division.
In Breaking the losing 'streak the
Yankees also broke two records of
Meagre hitting and light scoring, such
Mi no team In tha major leagues has
eosaplUd In a long, long time. Had they
Called to score In that ninth Inning to
4ay, tha Yankees would have completed
It' Innings without scoring more than
single run In any frame.
Their record of ninety-nine la, not
Mealy to be touched for soma time. They
lao .want far .beyond all batting marks
gar tna same number of Innings when
nay poled out four hits for a total of
fMbaaas In tha final Inning to-day.
Tare alnglaa In Saturday's game had
need tha limit in n stretch of ten. games.
Setae Are) Dtrldeg.
for tha day are divided be
i Nlek Culton. who led tha Tanks to
Brat victory In tsn games and to
ITIeK's tenth triumph of the year; to
Allan Itusaell, who finished up the pitch-
lag vurflen when Nick had to lay 4t
down In tha ninth Inning; to Walter
FU, whoas collossal clout to the ex
treene centra Held corner started the
Tankees on their winning rally, and to
Maaar Miller, whose final doubls In tha
kit Inning chased In the two runs which
Made up tha Yankees' margin of victory.
. Cullop reported to Donovan hers this
naming after an all night ride from
Ifaw Torn ana it was at his own
sweat that ha was allowed to go Into the
ton. Nlek insisted that he could pitch
as good a game as he had displayed
up-to taa time 01 his injury, ana ino
van. 'after seeing Cullop warm up, de
. aided to let him prove It.
The star southpaw more than did hts
Mart Tha Tigers had been ahut out for
aegBt innings ana one waa out in tne
ninth when Ty Cobb, who had not
reached Brat base in his three previous
trips to tha plate, pounded out a double
to left centre. This hit. by tha way, was
thai Brat and 'only hit of the Tigers which
stag not touched by a Yankee lnflelder.
Two scratch hits and a pass followed
aad Donovan sounded tha recall on Cul
lop: Russell finished the game, retiring
ua sms on a grounaar oy t-nwiora ana
svsgtlkaout by Harper.
" Brllllaat Metdlae; Feataswa.
CP to the ninth Inning tha game waa
The rush of tha Superbss and St
Louis Browns featured tha playing In
the two major league racea last week.
The Robins have been travelling at a
pace that mnkes It look more and more
like a Fletbush world's series. Many
fans, having In mind the performances
of the Braves, who refused to crack In
1(14, and the Phillies, who refused to
crack In 1915, are treating the Dodgers
with a lot of respect. In fact few base
ball fans expect to hear i any cracking
sound In Brooklyn between nowand tha
end of the eesson in October.
The Robins have clearly shown they
are no flash combination. They put up
a stiff fight last seaeon. They were In
the going until the last week of ,tlie
race, and finished third. Thin .year they
nave lea me league practically an sea
son. The team hns either been first or
just below the ' lead In club batting
throughout the campaign. The pitchers
have been the most consistent In the
league.
The team won eight straight games
before Ffeffer was licked In the second
section of Saturday's double header, and
during the week they Inflated their per
centage from .105 to .zs and increased
their lead over Boston 12 to ft points.
PfesTer Efcaeta's Big Ac.
Pfeffer's blowout last Saturday came
very unexpectedly, as the blc fellow had
taken the lead among Brooklyn pitchers.
with seventeen victories and live defeata
In last week's pitching averages. It
waa expected Jeff would beat Pittsburg
aa the Pirates are about as reeoie a
batting crew as haa called around here
for some time. The team waa shut out
five times In the greater city, taking
three straight goose egg treatments in
Manhattan at the hands or Anderson,
Bailee and Tesreau, and one each from
Smith and Marquard In Brooklyn.
Boston still In close enough to make
trouble for the Robins should the Brook
lyn crew stumble Just a little. The Phillies
also refuse to be enaxen on, ana zwc-
Oraw will not admit he Is out of the
hunt until he Is counted out. However,
the hope of all of Brooklyn's opponents
Is a disastrous third western trip, nut
as all the Western nines are sinking
deeper Into the mire all the time, the
Dodaers should at least break even.
Then, again, they have a long stretch of
games at Flatbush. and Brooklyn la aa
easy to beat In Flatbush as. Is Jess Wil
lard In ten rounds.
Another thing In Brooklyn's favor la
that the aianta are much stronger now
than ever, and should raise, a lot of,
havoc among the Braves and the Phillies
In September.
Btattlngs has been suspended. Even Is
again out of the game and the Braves
lost botlj of their catchers dowdy and
Tragressor in 'the same tilt Yet
they won six out of nine gsmes last
week. The Braves are getting fine
pitching and are winning by tha closest
scores. The club remains a bad last In
team batting, but contlnuea to be In the
runnlna for the flsg.
The Phillies won five games last week
LOUISVILLE HOLDS
MARK FOR LOSSES
ATHLETICS CLOSER
TO LEAGUE RECORD
Colonels Sot Record in 1880
WcntDown to 26 Con
secutive Defeats.
ATHLETICS PILING 'EM UP
and lost two. They got quite a shock
last Saturday, when Watson, a rookie
from Paris, Tex., beat the great Alexan
der t to 0. This was only the second
time Alexander was beaten by a West
ern club this season.
The (Hants fared tha same as the
Phillies, winning five out of seven
games. The team suddenly haa hit a
strange batting slump. The team made
only ten hits In Its last three gamea
with the Cubs, yet won two of them.
The pitching Is much better, but' still
uncertain. Tesreau either pttchea shut
outs or la bumped from the box. An
derson also Is an on and oft performer,
but Perritr, Benton, Schupp and Bailee
are going great.
In IMS Clark arimtn took a Tankee
team out West In first Place and came
back eighth. Frank Karrell wan so cha
grined that OrifT lost nis job. Tne lto
Yanka went West In first place and
unless something happens they will bi
seventh by the time they get hark
next Saturday to feast on the AthletUs
In -a double header.
For quite a while Donovan's substi
tutes held up their end, but wfcen the
blow came they fell hard. The tough
est feature of their losses Is the fact
that the games have all been no well
pitched that with Ollhooley. Magee and
Baker In the- game most all of them
would have been New York victories.
Yanks' Pecallar Case.
The crippling of tha Yankee stars
this season breaks all baseball tSrecedent.
There never was a case where an en
tire outfield, plus Its-leading utility man,
was Incapacitated at the same tin, ai
la the case with Malsel, Ollhooley, Ma
gee and High.
All during the long period of drought
the pitching haa been glltedged, George
Mogrldge, .the lefthander, especially
being forced to suffer some heart break
ing defeata. It wilt be hoped that
Caldwell's suspension will teach the big
felloW a lesson. However, he will have
to do a lot to vindicate himself before
his employers, also before the New York
fans.
The defeat of Mogrldge last Saturday
added another hard luck chapter to hi
record on the present Western trip. He
held the White Box and Browns to two
runs each In regulation games and lott
both. Then he held the Browns to two
runs In thirteen Innings, and the game
was lost In the fourteenth, with Russell
pitching. On Saturday errors and
poor throwing coat a game. In which he
held the Tigers to two runs In thirteen
innings.
It now looks aa though the fight for
tne American league pennant will aim
mer down to Chicago, Boston and tne
Browns, with the White Sox the favor
ite. The Browns tinve been playing
spectacular ball and Fielder Jones again
haa shown his detractors that he Is the
same Fielder who led his low hitting
Whits Box to all their tight finishes.
Jones could not aulte match hla 190
White Sox run of nineteen straight, but
fourteen In a row Isn t half bad.
Mackmen Go Down to 18th
Straight Defeat Score
Is S to 2.
MORTON ON THE MOUND
by brilliant fielding and weak
hitting, tha same meaning good pitching.
Tha Yankees cot only two hits off George
Danss np to tha ninth, but hla wlldness
sjava them chances to score In two In
lags. In tha opening frame Hofman
singled to right with one out and ad
'van cad on Peck's Infield out Plpp, who
later collected two hits, grounded to
Burns. In tha second Inning Oldrlng
'walked and waa forced at second by
dad eon. Boone's out put dedeon on
second, and passes to Alexander and
Cullop filled the bases. Miller filed to
Young; and the chance was gone.
With two out In the third Plpp singled
to centre and stole second Just before
'Oldrlng walked, dedeon ended the In
ning by striking out From thla time
until tha ninth only three Yanka faced
Daajsa In each Inning. Peck waa the
only one to reach first on a pass In the
eighth, and he died stealing.
Tha Tigers had runners on second and
"third with two out In the first Inning.
and Vaach filed out From the first to
tha ninth Inning only four men -reached
Curst on Cullop and only one got to sec-
POINT JUDITH MAGPIES
AWARDED POLO GAME
Committee Decides Protest
Against Deal Team
Week's Schedule.
Will the Athletics ahat(er the long
Mending major league record for con
secutive defeats? A big league record of
twenty-six straight losses was suffered by
I.ou sv I e In the old American asso-
c'utlon In 18S9 and the Red Box have the
dlstlnrtlotuof holding the modern record
of twenty game losses in a row in line.
The eyes of baseball fans throughout the
country nre focussed on the present los
ing slrenk of the Athletics and It would
not surprise enthusiasts of tha national
nut lm to see Connie Mack's outfit drop
two more consecutive games and thereby
equal the modern mark held by tha Sox.
In 1883 the Louisville team startled the
baseball world by suffering a record
number of straight losses. V
The string was finally broken by a 7
to 3 victory over the St. Louis team,
which put an end to the worst ldslng
streak the game has ever known. Up
t the time of the victory over St. Louis
the Colonels had tost twenty-six games
In a row. and the few wavering sup
porters' of the club were on the verge of
abandoning all hope that the team' would
ever win a game.
Record Once Kgaallesl.
The dubious feat of the Louisville club
remains, and may alwayn remain. Jhe
major league record. Only once has It
been equalled in a minor league, ana it
has never been surpassed In any pro
fessional circuit.
In 1913 the Meridian (Miss.) club of
the Cotton States League waa kicked for
twenty-six consecutive wallops, and had
the worlds record In sight wnen tne
team fell down and won a game.
The record losing streak of the Na
tional League was pulled off In 1890, the
year of the Brotherhood war, wnen the
ntteburg club dropped twenty-three
games In n row. The whole bunch of
smoky City players went over to the
players league, and Guy Hecker, the
new manager, hnd to build practically a
new team, getting hla material where he
COUIO.
Oatlnok Seemed Hopeless.
The outlook seemed hopeless, snd the
club was nlways on the verse of bank
ruptcy, but the Imperturbable and pic
turesque J. Palmer O'Nell managed to
ktep It afloat and retain the franchise
for the Smoky City. After the long
losing, streak the fans deserted the
sinking ship and cave their support to
the players' league team, which In
cluded most of the old Pittsburg fa
vorltes.
dames were transferred to other
cities and even to neighboring towns In
Pmnsylvanla and Ohio and West Vlr
Klnla. The club also set up another
record that year by losing three games
In a day. During the season Pittsburg
had fifty players on Its roll at one
time or another, ten of them being
pitchers.
Cunnum, Aug. (. (American)
Philadelphia tost Its eighteenth straight
game to-day, Cleveland winning 8 to 2).
In an effort to break his club's losing
streak Connie Mack decided to use his
three best pitchers Nabors. Myers and
Bush each to work three Innings at
top speed. Nabors went through all
right, but Myers and Bush were hit
hard.
duy Morton made hts reappearance In
the box for Cleveland, It being the first
game he hnd started sine June 14. He
was taken out when he began to tire.
Tha score:
CLEVELAND (A.)
abr n o ae
nrlner.lt.. 4 11 0. AO
Chspm'n.lb 111 1 I
speaiter.ci, 403 o io
Roth.rf 0t 2 e1
RAIN INTERFERES WITH
SPEEDWAY TROT MEET
Causes Postponement of Half
of Programme Straight
Heats Feature.
PHILADELPHIA (A.)
so r n o a e
Witt.ss let 2 It
Walih.rf... 10 0 l en
ftrunk.lf.. 210 0 Pi)
Lsote.2b... 4 12 2 50
Oandll.lb.. 4 0 0 00'M'Innli.lh. 4 0 110 DO
wamri s.sa.. 2 3 1 - J oi m tiwee.jo os i zi
Turner.Sb.. 4 0 1 4 impint.ci
O'Neill.c... 1 00 4 lOHtley.c
Heavy showers which fell while tha
matinee waa In progress were tha causa
of half tha events of tha Road Drivers
Association, New York, on Harlem Speed
way yesterday being called off. Prior to
the heavy downpour three of tha sis
events were decided snd sll resulted In
straight heats.
The 1 :09 trot, which wss a three horse
affair, wa's the feature. C. A. Horn's
brown mare Little Klla A won tha race.
taking both heats by a small margin.
In the Class 1 :05 trot Marion Toaaing-
ton was to have measured strides with
Master McKerron, the champion, but
Master McKerron was drawn at post
time. She waa matched with Nightin
gale, a black mars belonging to E. B.
Mutter, and won both heats handily. Tha
aummaes:
lilt TROT.
Little Ella A., br. m. tC. A. Hern)..
Bettla Baron, br. m. (E. Carpenter).
Catherine P., b. m. (MulUr)
Time, isio, mi.
1:11 TROT.
Hladeburg. br. g. (K. B. Muller).
Morion.p
Klepfer.p
Artttals
100 0 00
100 0 01
Sis. 1 111 17 11 0
Nbor.p..
Mrrn.p....
ntiah.n
Dsrls
IRowe
40 1 2 00
101 4 10
10 0 0 00
100 0 10
eoo l oo
too o oo
00 0 0 00
1W .1. (3 ?i 14 1
liter) for Bn.h In the ninth inning.
tRVilior Haley In the ninth tnnlnf.
Philadelphia eeooojOOO-J
Cleveland 00011011 X t
Torn Hmmm Ftiianranev. 1. Three base bit
Roth. PucTldc. hits-Chapmen. Walih. Double
plays-Witt. Lalole and Melnnls: Wainbe
anus an1 Osnrtil: Lalole and Melnnlt. Left
nn hAaea Clerelnnd. t! PhtladelDhla. 1. FlrOt
bloe on error-Cleveland. 1. Base on balls
on Morton, i; on Hiepier. z: on aoot.
off Mren. t: off Buah. 1. Hits and earned
niii-ifl Merlon. .T hits. S runs in 7 Inmost
off Klepfer. 1 hits, no runs In 1 lnnlrts: off
riaoors. 2 nui, no rune in inmnapi pa
Mren. 4 nil : runs in i inmni.; on win,
K nil. 9 rum In ' Innliurn. Struck out Br Mor
: or
res
same I
hours and 5 minutes
Myers, i hit. : runs In 1 Innlnn;
ft Ml. 9 run. In . Inntnra Struck ou
ton. l; by Klepfer. 1: by Nabors. 2:
Myers. 1. Wild pit eh Nabors. L'mplr
Mennr.. Dlneen and Nsllln. Time ot ran
Exultsnt, br.
(j. Ollmnre)...
time, lilt. 1:11.
MATCH RACE.
Marlon Toddtnston, c. m. (J. T. Shea) I
Nightingale, blk. m. (E. B. Muller).. I
Time, i;g, ;.
1:10 TROT, AOAIN8T TIME.
Nightingale, blk. m. (E. B. Muller).
Time, i;o.
HOI TROT, AOAIN8T TIME!
Marlon Teddlngton, e. m. (J. P. Shea)
Tims,
GOES TO RED SOX
BIBDLE OUT Tff FRONT.
Wins, WO Yard Ran Prom Scratch
In Mohawk A. C. Games,
Keen competition marked the mem
bers' games of the Mohawk A. C. Jit
Macomb's Dam Park yesterday. The
feature event, the 00 yard run, was won
by Harry Hlddle, who started from
scratch. His time was 1:15. d. Max
zucca. with a handicap of 115 yards,
breasted the tape a winner In the one
mile run. Tho hundred yard dash was
won by 1'. MoAndrews, who started from
the six and one-half yard mark. The
hummnrles:
1 Yard Da.h (Handlesp) Won by P.
McAndrrwi (H feet); J. Foley its feet),
xconrl: 3. Tlshe (4Vi feet), third. Time,
10 1.5 enmt. .
One Mile llun lllanaicap) won By u.
Maiiucca n:s yarn.i: iv. unit
Foster Holds Browns to Three
Hits Thomas and Austin
in Fist Fight.
MISJUDGED FLY IN
TENTH IS COSTLY
Followed by Poster's Single,
It Enables Senators to .
Win, 2 to 1.
LEAD OF SOX BEDCCED
Cricaoo, Aug. (Americsn). John
Collins misjudged Moellefe long fly In
the tenth. Inning after two ware as and
It went for a triple, -which, what fol
lowed by Foster's alngta to centra, gave
Washington tha winning run ova? 'Chi
cago. Tha score was S to 1.
To-day's defeat of tha locals snfs Bos
ton's win over Bt. Louis cut doSTn the
margin to half a gams for the leattrshlp
In ths American League race, with Chi
cago In tha front
Chloago scored in tna sistn, wnen a.
Conine's single, sn Infield out. and
Felsh's hit netted a run. wasumgton
tied tha count In the seventh, whan
Rice walked, Williams sacrincea ana
Morgan sent Mice horns with a slngts.
Wolfgang allowed only three hits dur
ing his reign on the mound, snd when
Walter Johnson replaced Boehllng,
Kabet took the mound for tha locals.
The score: "
WASHINGTON (A.) CHICAGO (A.)
sbrhoae sbrhoae
Moeller.lf.. Ill 0 0J.Collne.rf.. 400 0 JO
rofter.10... Ill &tm?'mj iJ ! !!
miuike.cf.. 100 1 10lE.ColllBS.2b 411 1 40
Rlce.rf 110 1 00
GRAYS CLIMB AT
NEWARK'S EXPENSE
Defeat Tcnney's Indians by 8
to 1 Score and Break Tie
for First Place.
Wllllime.lb ISO 10 I
Morgsn.:b. 40 4 1 10
Henry.e.... 200 I 2 0
Atnsmlth.r. 100 I 0 0
McBrirte.. 4 00 1 2 0
Boehling.p. 20 0 1 10
Ohanrtty.. 100 o 00
Johnoon.p.. 100 0 0 0
Totals.JtltMiii
Jirkeon.lf. 40 4 0
Neu.lb 10 017 00
relerh.ef... 40 1 I ee
Sch.lk.c... 40 1 2 10
M MuUln.tb 10 1 0 40
Wolff ituj.p 111 0 10
Psber.p SOI 0 00
iraurnipr. . ivu w vv
tLelbold.... 101 I 0 0
Murphy...
Tot all. .. til's 10 iTi
in tae eicani isaing.
WILKINSON EASY MAHK
International League.
ProrMeaee, 1; Newark, I.
Steading of the Clubs.
W. L. PC.I W I. pc
ProTldence... M 4) . Ml Baltimore.,.. Mi; i
Buffalo., i 41 .U;Hlchmnnd..,. 4t i: (tt
Montreal 41 44 .M7 Newark ) M .:
Tersnto 47 41 .l;Rochrner 3 U (II
Oaate aehedslrd far To-day.
Buffalo In Toronto (two).
yarili), second:
Time, 4:i.
H. Diddle (.cratch),
(IIS
third.
White Saa Feast Merrily.
Red floa Set Mark
The American League losing streak
record of twenty games was set up by
Itoston In 1901. Jimmy Collins, who r,.i
Thanks to eight victories over the poor nisnsged the Ited Sox from the first. .
old Athletics In Chicago, the White Sox and who had kept the club In the first1
nave taken the lead, and tne comiskey mviinn ana won two pennants prior
entry looks mighty strong now. Even to the fatal year, wna charged by the
with Speaker In the game, man for man Uoston fans with neglecting his duties,
the club looks easily the best In the and the veterans of the outfit seemed
league. Rddle Collins still Is about SO to go all to pieces.
points under his former Athletic batting As a result Itoston not only suffered
stride, vet he Is comlna stronaer every the dlsxrace of settlnar an American
day and Is beginning to look again like League record for consecutive defeats.
the Rddle of yore. i out nnlrhed the season In the cellar,
oo Varrfa (Handlcan) Wen br Harry
HMrtle (.cratch); Lew Cohen (12 yards),
ecnnd; K. James (11 yard.), third. Time.
i:u
Running Ifnn Stan and Jumn (Handicap)
Won br J. Dolan ( feet i Inch..). 41
feet 4 Inch..: I,. Rlecher (t feet), 44 feet
H Inch, irrond: I. uoerning iicraicni, i
incnee, intra.
BAT SIDE CRUISE ENDS.
ST. Louts. Aug. (American).
Boston won from St. Louis, 1 to 0. here
to-day. Foster held the locals to three
hits. Onlv one man reached third. Mar-
sans going there from first In the second
on a passed ball and Gardner's error.
Itoston made Its run In the fifth inning
after two were out on successive slnglgs
by Foster, Hooper and Barry.
A fist flRht added excitement to the
game In the sixth Inning. After Austin
had two strikes on him, Thomas was
heard making a remark to him. He
struck out on the next ball. Immediately
tore off Thomas's mask and the two
came to blows.
Umpire Chill stepped between them
and players and police rushed to his
assistance and separated them. The
two were ordered off ths field. The
score:
ST. LOUIS (A.)
sb r n o s e
Plpp Starts the Traahle.
UPP opened the Tankee ninth with a
xrlva far over Cobb's head. Ty put on
rfull aneed for the ball, but before It was
hack to the plate Plpp had "touched all
those baser sa ncnaeier-oraercn,
' ths Yankees were ahead 1 to 0. Oldrlng
hit to deep left for two bases and counted
'when dedeon slashed another double to
left Boone struck out, Alexander
Miked and Cullon'i grounder to Burns
advanced both runners. Miller hit Just
Inside third base for a double, scoring
dedeon and Alexander. Hofman ended
'tha Innlnar with a grounder to Young
Then the Tigers threw a big scare Into
the Yankees. Veach was easy on a
.grounder to Boone, but Cobb lined to
left centre for two bases. Veach's line
drive eluded Feck, who' made a great
gffort to stab It with one hand, and Cobb
raced home. Hellman beat out a bunt
to Boone and Young worked Cullop for
Ta pass, filling the bases. This put the
tying run on first base and Donovan
called Cullop to the bench, supplanting
Mm with Russell. Crawford, batting
for Baker, forced Young at second.
Gedeon to Peck, and Tlussell then set
Harper down on strikes, tne latter nat
a. etna for Dauss.
: Both sides played errorless ball. Hof
sgan Starred In the fourth Inning when
J he ran Into right centre, lumped Into the
sJr snd while notn reei were on inr
ground caught a long fly from Bums's
bat Cobb, the next batsman, lilt to left
t centre snd Solly made another circus
catch. ' . ,
; Oscar Stanage had to retire In the
ninth Inning when a foul tip from
Boone's bat Injured his hand.
Urban Shocker, who was recalled from
Toronto, Joined the Yankees here to-day.
The score:
NEW YORK (A.) I
sb r h o a e
Mllter.lf..- oi 2 oo
Kitiiui.fi tet oo
eck'ah.ss 10 0 1 sol
MM.ffc...- 4 1 2 10 A'l
Otdrlng.rf. 211 0 OOj Veach. If.
Oedeon.fb. 4 11 I i o
aeonejb... 410 1 2
Alesaa'rx!. 2 1 0 4 2 0
s cullop.p... ioo e o
atusssu.p.. eoo o oo
Njuwaoansett Pint. R. I.. Aug. t.
By a ruling ot the committee of the
Polo Association tournament, the Deal
vs. Polst Judith Magpies game of Thurs
day has been awarded to the Point
Judith team on the score at the sixth
period of 3 to 2V.
After taking on JC. Cooley to re
place J. B. Williamson for the last two
periods. Deal won by 3 to 3 tt. unaer
the rule that the same player may not
be a member of two teams for the one
event the Magpies are declared the win
ners. As a result the Magpies win piay
the Meadow Hrook nugby four In the
semi-final of the Rathborne memorial
cup on Wednesday and the victors will
meet Point Judith in the final Saturday.
The Junior clmmplonshlp will be tne
main feature of the week. To-morrow
Point Judith will oppose Cooperatown
In this event. Tuesday the game will
be.betwVen tho Meadow Hrook Thirds
and Meadow Hrook Hugby.
On Thursday the two winners win piay
the final for the title, with which goes
the Ksmuel D. Warren trophy and In
dividual eups. Friday will be devoted to
the annual gymkhana and races, leav
ing the games for the Atlantic cups and
the final of the national open champion
ship for the week of August 14.
PORTLAND NINE LOSES.
STAMPoan. Conn.. Aug. (Exhibi
tion). The Stamford semi-prof esslonals
defeated Portland of the Eastern league
In an exhibition game to-day, 6 to 3.
Th',COre! H.H.K.
!HMerle Merts and Duller; (I. Martin,
Durnins and Sweatt.
Tho world's champion Bed Sox were
going very well until they ran Into the
Infuriated Browns, who knocked them off
the front. The Bostons are travelling at
a steady gait, however. They are hit
ting much harder than In past weeks.
The plucky Cleveland Indians are still
fighting hard. Detroit was floundering
In a bad slump before the Yankee tonic
revived them and Griffith Is managing
to stay Just above .HOO.
The Athletics have become a disgrace
to major league baseball and an Insult
to the patrona of Philadelphia as well as
tne league. Tne wnite Klephnnts now
have lost' eighteen straight games and
Mack has not won a gsme In the West
this year, though he has almost finished
his second Western trip. Only two vic
tories have been won by the Athletics
from Western opponents all season, Joe
Bush pitching shutouts over St. Louis
and Cleveland.
Mark's Poor Alibi. .
Connie Mack Is the only baseball man.
ager who has won six major league pen
nants. He also Is tho only manager who
has won three world's championships.
We respect Mnck for what he has done,
but In baseball you can't get by on past
reputations.
No manager Is no big that he can
take a team apart like the old Ath
letics and fill their places with a lot of
grlen collegians and semi-pros and ad
vertise it major league baseball. Other
clubs were forced to pay big money to
stars to hold them during the Fed war,
so Mark's alibi that his old team tried to
hold him up Is no alibi. It was up to
him to stick and play out his hand and
wait for better times.
Mack represents the third largest city
Ir. the country', a city of 2,000,000 people.
Philadelphia may not have supported
Mack as well as It might, but Mack Is
Imposing on his adopted rlty by staging
that kind of ball. Undoubtedly Connie
realises what he has done. He says he
will retire from baseball before he sells
another star,
losing 10S games and winning only 49.
BASEBALL TO-DAY, EBBRTfl FIELD.
Brooklyn v.. rittaburc. 3:10 I. it. Ait.
TYPOS' T0UEHEY STARTS.
Chicago and Plttabara Win Opra-
Ina Games,
I.s'niANAroLiB, lnd.,'Aug. 6. Chicago
and Pittsburg were winners over Boston
and Indianapolis respectively to-ilay In
the opening gnmes here of the ninth an
nual tournament of the union Printers
National Himeball League. The Indiana
Sunday baseball law. causing play to
cease at 6 P. M., cut the Chtcago-Koston
game to six Innings, Chicago winning.
S to 3. The score of the game won by
Pittsburg was 3 to !.
The tournament ends on Friday. The
games scheduled In the first round of
plnv fillow:
Monday, Cleveland vs. Philadelphia,
Washington vs. New York. St. Paul vs.
ClnrinnaTT: Tuesday morning, St. Loula
vs. Detroit. One defeat eliminates a
team from the tournament.
The scores of to-day's games follow :
Llaht Breeae llaadleapa Craft on
Last Day's Ran.
Just as darkneas was setting. In last
night thirty boats, twenty of the power
variety and ten sailing craft, composing
the fleet of the ninth annual cruise of the
,Ilay Side Yacht Club, cast anchor off the
ciuonouse in i.iuic .cck nay nu-r mic
of the most successful trips up the Sound
In the history of the organisation.
Leaving Lloyds harbor off Hunting
ton yesterilay morning the sailing boats
encountered a veritable calm and the
aklppers on the power craft gallantly
went to their rescue nnd assisted them
until a breie developed. After reaching
Execution light the sailing boats needed
no assistance and proudly pointed their
bows Into Little Neck Bay. Commodore
William II. Johna In his power boat Wel
come led the fleet home by the customary
marnanlmltv. althoush he could prob
ably have done so on the' merits of the
boat, a sixty footer.
BOSTON (A.)
sb r h o a e
Hnaner.rf... 4 0 1 4 0 0
Bsrry.tb.... 40 1 0 4 0
Lewis.lf 40 1 1 0 0
nainer.lb... 10 1 9 0 0
Walkrr.ct.. 401 1 0 0
aardner.lb. 4 0 1 1 11
Scott... 4 01 4 2D,
Thomst.c... 2 00 1 2 0'
Csdy.c 10 0 1 10
Fottrr.p.... Ill 1 0 0
Totsis....minio l
Shottpn.lt... 40 1 100
Atiinn.iD.... iau i .v
SOD v to
Wallare.lb...
Rumley
Mlller.rf
Sl.ler.tb
Pratt.20
Mar.ani.ci..
Severrld.c...
!.aran.es
Koob.p
t Morton..
too 0 00
100 1 00
4 00 I 10
100 S 20
10 1 1 00
101 1 20
100 to
100 1 10
000 0 00
WaSlMl fee naehltaa
tnatted for McMsllia in tae team inntag.
tBttted fer Faher In tie teeth Inning,
matter', for J. Collins In tha tenth tnnlag.
TCsahlngtn I I t t t t I I I M
Chicsgo. v. oaoooiaase-t
Two base ttlts-MeMullls, J. Three hies Mt
Moeller. lUcrlHre hits Wolfssng. Henry, Will
iams. Left on bsses-Chlcsto. ; Wisaiagtoa.
2. Bases en nalls-Off Wi.lfg.ni, 1. Hits sod
earned rans-Og noehllnf. I hits sed 1 ran, In
7 Innings; Off Jehnaon, 1 hit and so. ma la 1
Innings: Wellting. 1 hits and I taa In I
Innings; rsh". 1 hit. snd 1 tun l 1 In
nine lilt hy plteher-ny Hnehllnf. 1 (Ness).
Struck out-ny Boehllsf. 2: by Jfnwan. 2.
Wltd pltch-Boehllns. Tissed balt-aetalk.
fmrlre.-MeMrs. Owens and HlldebrsaS.
Time ot time 1 ttenr snd M mlsates.
CASEY STAR PZiTOlMIJt.
Makes Beat Shawlasr at Alpha F. C.
' flames.
Rain Interrupted the games staged
hi- ih. Ainha Physical Culture Club at
Macomb's Dam Park yesterday. After
four events had been contested a heavy
shower made Its appearance and the bal
ance of the programme was necessarily
cancelled. ,
W. Carey made the nest snowing m
the day. He won the quarter mile
handicap run from the 40 yard mark and
finished second In tha running broad
Jump. W. Powe, the crack middle dis
tances was second In the 100 yard dash
and the 410 yard run. The summaries:
100 Yard D'ath (Handicap) Won by
Andy Tendelton (scratch): P8".. '
yards), second: F. William. ( yards),
third. Time. 10 l-S seconds.
440 Yard hun (Handicap) Won by W.
Carey (40 yards): W. I'owe (.cratch), sec-
PsoviBiNcr, Aug. t (International),
By defeating the Indians at Hoeky
Point here to-day the drays broke the
tie for first place nnd moved Into umlis-
Suted possession of the honor position,
luffalo drops to second place by lrtue.
of the Gray victory. The score to-day
waa S to 1, Providence hitting Pitcher
Wilkinson almost at will. The Ornys
bunched their runs In three Innings, scor
ing three times In the opening session,
twice In the fifth and three more In the
elghlh.
Newark's tone marker was chalked up
In - the first Inning. Eayrs, Providence
pitcher, was In fine form and fanned six
visiting batsmen. The Gray twlrler al
lowed only seven hits and they were
scattered through six Innings. Dave
Shesn, manager of the Grays, played a
sensational game at second base and alio
banged out three of his team's hits.
Outfielder Shorten of Newark also made
U:ree safeties. Cable continued his fins
Adding at second base for Newark, cut
ting off three apparent base hits. The
score: w
NEWARK (I.) I PROVIDENCE (I.)
sbrhoae abrhose
Cable.zb.... Ill JOlRehr.tf ill 2 it
Short en.lf. 10 1 4 OOKsne.cf 411 to
Catlah'n.cf Sill 0 0 Shean.:b.... S21 I II
wuter.rl... io l 2 oOiOnilow.ib.. 413 oi
Realey.lb.. 10012 OOlTutwller.rf. SO 0 10
Rltler.lb... 100 0 S Fahrln.ue.ae 101 0 11
Swares.ss.. 200 1 OJIHrslnerd.lb 4 11 1 11
Iran ..... IOOO OOiYelle.c 401 I 04
Schwert.c. 40 12 OOlKsyrs.p 110 0 10
rriisin n,p. too o so
Ascbe'h.ss. 0 00 0 0 0
Totala.,.,1 11127 Ut
Totals....SS17 2l!lo!
Bstted for Swires In the ninth Innlnf
Newark. .1 10000000 0 1
Providence 10002001 1-1
Sacrifice hit Fabrique. Stolen bases
Rebtr. Cable, Dralnerd. Two base bits
J-hfju. :; Belts'. First base nn balls-Oft
Wilkinson. I: off Karri. 1. Struck out-Hr
Wilkinson. 3; by Karri, t. Hit by pltcher-n,
Eayrs. 1 illealy. :; Swareii Umpires
Messrs. Hart and Weatervell. Time of ram
1 hour and 40 minutes.
I-
SPENCER STARS IN
NEWARK BIKE RACES
Toronto Cyclist Wins t lie
Brassard and Two-thirds
of a Mile Contest.
ond; H. Scotsey (40 yards).
S3 1-3 seconds.
by
third.
Running Ilrosd Jump (Handicap) Won
H. Clarke. II feet 1 Inchest W. Carey.
r..t inrhes. second: 8. Williams, II
PIRATES BUY PITCHERS.
PirrsBL-no. Aua. . The Pittsburg Nn
tlonnl League Baseball Club has pur
chased William J. Kvans from the Mor
gantown club of the Western North
rhVHIrmh Sub "of the "southern ' handicap swim for the same nlght. which
Association, Tending to an announce. I will afford the sprinters an opportunity
nient JtiM nude here. Both nre pitchers, to show their wnre.
Wrllmsn.p.. 0 00 0 10
Totals 2t 0 1 27 15 0
Batted for Wallace In the ninth Inning.
tllatted for Knnh In the elshth Innlnc.
Braitnn OOOOtOOO I
St. Iuls., 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4)
Two tuse hlt-Scnlt. Stolen base Gainer.
Left n Uses Boston. I; St. 1-ouls. 4. Bases
on balls Off Foster, 2: off Knob, 2. Hlti and
earned run. Off Ve.ter. 3 hits, no runs In
Inntnrs: off Kooh. 7 hlti. 1 run In I Innlnii:
off Wellman. I hit and no rum In 1 lnninr. Hit
hy nltrher-Br Foster. 1 ( Ma rssnsj. Struck
ont-Ilr Foster. 3: hy Wellmsn, 1. Wild pitch
Foster. Passed hill Thomas. Umpires
Messrs. Chill and Connolly. Time ot ftrae-1
.hour and 47 minutes.
Coed win to Defend Title.
The field which wilt start In the one
mile metropolitan championship swim at
Steeplechase Park pool to-night under
the auspices of the dlenmore Athletic
Club Is one of the best ever started in
a mile swim. The New York A. C. alone
has entered five stars In Vollmer. Cann,
Whentley, Goodwin and Zlmnoch. The
younger men will have to go somo If
thev exnect to beat out the veteran.
"Hud" Goodwin, present champion. The
Glenmores have arranged a 13 yard
II feet I Inches, second; 8. Williams
feet 1 Inch, third. .
1.000 Tard Run (Handicap) Won by W.
Murray (scratch); H. Clarke III yardif.
second: H. Beaton (S3 yards), third. Time.
2:11.
MBS. SHAFER GOLF WINNER.
tsseies Oavermars Cap at Maltsa
Field aad Marine dab.
The semi-finals In the men's golf
tournament for the goernora' cup at
the Malba Field and Marine Club and
the final round In the women's tourna
ment were played yesterday. In the
men's division. O. C. Trumbull and W.
Z. Shafer qualified for the final. Mrs.
W. '.. Shnfer won the uovemors' cup
In the women's division by defeating
Miss B. Hugglns, 4 and 3. The sum
maries: Semi-finals for Governors' Cup O. C.
Trumbull het c. n. Woodrow, S and 4:
W. Z. Shafer heat W. Sampson. 4 and 3
Women's Final for Governors' Cup Mrs.
W. 7. Shsfer best Mils E. Httgiins. I
and I.
MITZE TO PILOT ST. JOE.
Carl (Honus) Mttse, - formerly a
catcher on the Vernon team of the Pa
cific Coast league, who was released
early last May, has signed to manage
the St. Joseph team.
Newark, N. J Aug. 6. Amur
8pencer, the young Toronto cyclist. u.i
the star in to-day' races at the Ve 0.
drome. Spencer defeated Alfred i.oul
let In the Brassard race nt erne m ie
and followed this up by beatlnc l'r.in.
olsco Verrl, the Italian uprlnter in ivu
straight heats of a two-tlilnN ir ,c
match race. Both of Spencer'" vh t rm
a.m ftMl.il ...(tt, ... .. t : . .. 1
crowd.
BobKpcars. the lanky Autr"lii'i f 'r
the third time thla season ilcf(.tt."
Frank Kramer, the national rli.mipi .1'
In a special match race. Spe,ir tc
the measure of the title holder I 1 tne
out of three heats of it twn-tlilnls m
match. Spears won the fir: heat .md
Kramer the second, while the Autrall.iti
again showed to the fore in the mul
heat.
Spencer's victory over Gotillet In th
Brnssnrd was entirely unexpected He
vas out in front nil the way
The five mile open race for the pro.
fesslonals wna won by Alf Uremia .tfter
John Bedell, who finished first, hnd been
disqualified for coming throuKh on the
pole. It was a blsnUet finish.. l!'cc!s
McNamara came home second, foll.iwM
by Frnk u'orry. Kramer and (loultet,
Qus Lang of Irvliigtop won the tun
mile open for the amateurs. The summaries:
n. 11. k.
,. 00007 11 7 1
. 0 2 0 0 1 01 4 I
snd Covtrlck; Smith,
First same
Chimin
Boston
latteries Kller
disss and Harvey.
Second game ' R. U. K.
rittsburs nonaetoo 01 4
Indianapolis... 0 0 0 J 0,0 0 0 13 7 4
Hatterles nreiler and Storktl; Eggert.
Powers and Johnston.
Standings and Results in the Minor Leagues
-
lttl.1.. ..13 4 27 13 Ol
Results of Yesterday's Games in the Two
Big Leagues and Standing, of the Clubs
DETROIT (A.)
lb r h o a e
Vltt.Zh 4 00 I 4 0
Biish.ee 101 3 10
niirns.lb.,,. 40 1 13 0 0
Cobb.ef 4 11 0 0 0
4 11 3 00
Keilman.rf . 4 0 1 0 00
Ynunr.lh... 10! 3 10
1 0 4 2 0 Stanase.c.. 301 J to
Hauts.p, ... 2nn n oo
Baker.c eoo 1 00
Cras ford.. 100 0 00
tHarner.... 100 0 00
trailer oon 0 00
Totlll.....l3 SlTlTtO
4 UlttM for Bsstr In the ninth Inning.
tlUtted tor flsnss In the ninth Innlnf.
TRin fer Crawford in the ninth Inning.
a New York 00000000 44
Detroit 00040000 2-2
Two hase hlts-Mlller, Oldrlng. Hedenn,
r Cehb. Home run Plpp. Stolen hase ripp.
taft en tieses-New York. 7 : Detroit, '. Rises
..-, balls-Off rnllep. 1; off Diuss. . Hlta and
1 parses nws-og Cnllnp, 1 hits. I run in s i-j
sasfjei ow nnaseii. no nits. 1 run in in
II on urn., nits, run. m innins".
I win ny (.uuop. ' iry i.u-.vii, Qy
umpires nn.1.- '" .
xiae si gijBi-l sears 11s 1 sua-
NATIONAL LEAGUE,
Yestrrdsi's Results.
No gsmes were scheduled, sll teams being
In ths Kail.
DKTAII.KH BTANItINO Of1 TUB CLUBS.
i
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's Results.
New York, 4; Detroit, 2.
Cleveland, 1; .Philadelphia. 3.
Boiton. 1: St. Louts- 0.
Washington, 2; Chicago, 1 (10 Innings),
BsvTAJLEU HTANIHSO Of THE CI.L'IIS,
ii . . . 1 .1
c 1 1 . e 5 I I i
CLUBS HHl! f I
IHifiycotS J l
Brooklyn... a to in lio 1 10 .63
ieiToii J J jo y,M
Philadelphia" 4 "1 " " J 3 40 470
Hew York.... "4 1 "i "f ,M jo'Us 11(1
Chicago 11 1 " 1 io I1' 48 M .40S
St, Louis ' 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 II 1 J .411
PitUburt 1111 7 e l' 41 S3 .4341
Cincinnati... 1, i l l 71
Osnias losL. ii 31 40 41 U J7'SJ 03! 311 3W
I To-day's Itrhedule.
Chicsfo,,
CLCB1
Boiton.,
Cltrsland.,
New York.
Detroit.,
Wi.himton,
t. Louis....
Philadelphia
Osmes loat
81
1 ie
44 41 (4 47 SO 44'
Hi
iliJi
10 It SO 4477
1 13 SS 43 .n't
17 44 .5A4
II 31 47 34
1 ll M SO Sll
i.l ai "To mo
I2 "w!"ol AM
1 ib'ts'jss
11 7 401140a
GORDON WINS MILE RACE.
Knlehmalnen neatest by Abate
Wood In Scotch Meet In' Boston.
Boston, Aug. 8. Willie Oorilon of the
New York A. C. defeated a large field
of starters In an amateur mile race for
the Walter Hcott trophy nt the Scotch
games here last night. Ills- time was 4
minutes 32 1-5 seconds. A. D. Colby of
the Boston Athletic Association was a
closo seonml.
Abhlr Wood, the Canadian long dis
tance champion, defeated Willie Kolelt
malnen of Finland In the professional
five mile international championship race.
The winner's time wk Sfl minutes 32
secnndi.
Victor MeCauley, the fninter Canadian
long illrtrftico runner, now wearing the
colors of tho Dorchester Club, cisily won
tho ten mile roml raco. Ills tittle was 1
hour 2." minutes 40 seconds Clai.nce
He Mar. winner of the Boston Athletic
AfHnclntlon maruthon In !!ll, was second.
New York Slate League.
W. L,. I-C . W, L. PC,
Ikntbantton. M J ,lSt.tlca
Sn-acuM- ,. Mil .60 Albany
Wilkesharre. l l .tin Elmtrs
Scrsnton ..I .Mtlllsrrlsburg..
a a .:
40 (2 .413
41 M ,m
ii .ioo
RECORDS OF MAJOR LEAGUE
TEAMS FOR THE PAST WEEK.
At Alln ...,,-. T V ,
Albany 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 s 4 7 I
Serimon. .,.. . . 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 -
Batteries Donohtie and wanamaaer,
Foi. lleekerrit and Hranmin.
.1 ITtirs . R. H. B.
ninilumton... 0 3 1 1 0 0 t 0 0
-I 10
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 I
Hatt'e'ries pitton and Teterson: Sherry,
Karpp and Ilrusgy.
At Syracuse . ",' ",'
rimlra 00000110 0 3 7 1
Syracuse . 0 0 0 I t 0 0 0 W3 3 1
Hatterles Wllhslm, iHnsrss and CSSry;
Taylor. Both and Hlldehrand.
No other gams was scheduled.
Western League.
w. i. rc.i
Omaha 1 35 .411 Denrer
Lincoln r. II .Mi Wichita
tie. Moines,. M M ,4M Topeka......
Sious City... M Joseph..,
Omaha. 10; Tnpeka, 1 (first),
nmalia, TO; Tnpeka, I Isecond).
Mnux City. 5; Denver. 0 (first),
Denter, I; 8lou 1 Ity, 3 (second).
Wichita. i Des Moines. 2 ((trst).
Wichita, ; Des Moines. 4 (second).
St, Jo.eph, 4; I,lncoln,"2 (first).
t, Joseph, 4; Lincoln. 4 (second).
W. L. PC.
47 13 .470
47 St ,4U
41 li .V
42 M .421
hreveport
waco
Texas league.
W. L. PC. I
W. L. PC.
a n ,570 Helvetian.... M 33 .314
a bo ,5 sin Antonio., w us ,,
The week's record In earh league
nlutetl. ion anil Inst, itlth runs. 1
errors, men left nn hne and runs scored
hj opponents, Inrlmllne tl)e semes of Nat
urds;, August a, Is as fnllaun
National league,
W, L. B. II. K. L.B. tl.H.
,.. Kort Worth. M 34 .331 Beaumont.... 4J M .421
" hits' Houston.... ") M .SiHlPillas, 44 71.34
rhlcaso In New Yorka
I'lllsljurg In Brooklyn.
Cincinnati in Boiton (two),
t. Leuls Is PbliadilskU.
Te-day's Hrhedule,
New York In Cleveland.
Boston in Chtcsgn,
Philadelphia In Detroit.
Washington la UU Loula
Brook tin. ,
Beaten
Philadelphia
New York..
Chicago . . . ,
Nt. Lnttla.. , ,
I'lttshurs...
Cincinnati,.
f'hlraso
Boston
(let eland., , ,
New York...
Detroit . ....
Nt. Louis...
Waabiagtoer,
VtsUMsIpala
sn
ss
A3
34
4S
M
Ml
10
SS
3
31
43
4S
AA
SA
:ts
23
21
ts
14
17
In
20
American iMivr,
IV. I.. B. II. K.
S 1 4S
SS
II
IS
11
31
34
U
S4
41
32
:n
:i3
41
ns
LB. O.H.
ss IS
U
llA.iininnl fthrevenort. 1
Houston, 2: Fort Worth, 0 (14 Innings).
Waco. I; fan Antonio, 0 (first, 11 In
Wacn, 2; Han Antonio, I (second, 10 In-
nlns.i.
Halve. ton, 4: Dallas, 0 (first).
(JaUnlon, 1; Dallas, 2 (second)
American Association.
w. l. rc.l w. u pc.
KsniisClty M it .1" St Psul si ut .30s
I-omsvlllc.... 0 43 .St! Toledo '.. M 32 .IM
Indianapolis. SI 47 ..V,: t'oltimbul 41 M .411
Minneapolis. M 81 .tttMllwaukee,,. M TO .340
At Toledo (flnt game) R. H. E.
Louisville !"
Toledo I 3
llattsrles Stroud. James and Bllllnn;
Oedlent and Sweeney.
The iscond game wai poitponed on ac
count of rain. - ..
At Milwaukee R. H. E.
Milwaukee 3 0
Kansas City 4 17 3
natterles Comstock. Shackelford and
Block: Hnvllk. Regan and Berry. Hargrate.
At St. raul tnrst samsi n. 11. r..
Minneapolis 3 I 1
St. Paul 1... 4 7 2
natterles 3 tnsuns ana uwens, upnim
and demons. ' ..
fierond Oame R. H. E.
Minn. spoil. , 7 10 1
St. Paul I 14 0
Hatterles Dumom and Land; llrlntr.
Nflhsus snd Mayer.
At Columbus tnrst gams) R. H. E.
Columbus ;j 0
Indlanapoll 2 11 2
Hatterles Davis and Lalnnge; Aldrldgt,
Dale and aossett,
ttecond Oame R. H. h.
Columbus 3 I 4
Indianapolis 3 I 1
Batteries Pish and J. Bradley: Carter
and Aching. (Called at tho end of ninth
Inning on account of darkness.)
Eastern Leegue.
W. L. PC. I
rtealhern Asseclattesv,
W. L. PC.I
Nathrtlle.. . (3 40 .413 Memnht
V.a. O-taan. Mlt tAl I m.n.l nhM
Atlanta 51 41 .Sl!uttlf Rock..
New Orleans
Portland M 2J .716
New London K 24 .194
Worcester.... 44 37 Mt
Lynn '. 43 40 .321
Sprlnzfield.., 43 " :
At Brldseoort
W. L. PC.
Lawrence 31 44 .431
New Haven., 31 44 ,
Hridseport 3t 31 ,J93
(Atwell .10 :J .373
Hartford : 32 3.V)
R. II. E.
t.vnn 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 311 11 3
Bridgeport. 13200IOOIO1 II 3
llattsrles Hoyt. Jewett and Carroll;
House, Tillman and Flaneity,
No othir gatnea scheduled.
W. L. PC.
II 34 4M
43 CO ,414
47 14 .441
, 13 M .314
R. H. B.
,.243
1 I I
Chattanooga 3! ii .300 Mobile
At itohlle
Mobil.
Nashville. ....
Hatterles I.edbetler and Schmidt; Ellis
and Street.
At New Orleans (first same) R. H. E.
New Orleans.. 1 I I
Chattanooga I 4 I
Hatterles Townsend and Deberry; John
ion and Kitchens.
At New Orleans (second gams)
R. H. E.
New Orleans Ill
Chattanooga I 10 1
Batteries Brsnton and Hlgflni; Merrltt
and Kitchens.
At Memphis R. II. E.
Memphl I 10 0
I.l 1 tie Rock 2 11
Hatterles Flncher and Rusl, Baumgard
ner; Hnmqulet and Otbson.
No other games srheluled,
Virginia League,
W. L. PC.I
new 1 news. , i-eiersnun
Rocky Mo'nt 17 11 .ejw Norfolk..
ronsmoutn, is 11 .ui
No fames were scheduled.
Central League.
W. L. PC.I
KvansrlUe.. 17 13 .MrSrandRaplds 13 It ,1
17 11 .MKiTerre iisute. II II
W. L. re
17 13 .311
T 22 .341
W. L. PC,
Three I league.
W. L. P.
I'eotla. . 3 31 in'rtock l.land.
rioomlnrtoii m tj M oil n, ,
llannllisl,, .. 1 14 ..'.) Otilucy
Itockford, ., 32 30 .51C Davenport .
W. I. PC.
IS 34 ,441
44 S'. ,431
42 II ,40s
13 2 ,101
l.engne,
South Atlantic
Columbia. . . . 22 Vi !?! Jacksonville
Augusta 21 is .mi coiumous,,.. :o :i ,411
iJ Charleston... 20 II .SMIMscon II 23 ,410
I aamea aresa iesuui.1.
W. L. PC.
IS II .514
McAltster.
Muskogee,,
Denlion
Tulia..
Weelera Association.
W. L. PC.I
to
I 7
7
I
.:$!
.543
.M3
.121
Okls City.,
ahrrmsn...
Parli..,.
W. L. PC.
3 3
3 3
7 10
Port Smith,,. 3 tl
.son
.too
.413
.311
Muskogee, 3: Sherman. 4.
Denlson, 4; Oklahoma rlty, 2,
McAle.ter. 7: Fort Sinllh, 1,
Tulsa, 4; Paris, 1.
Spokane..
Tieome.,,
Butte
Northwesters Iegue.
W. L,. PC.I W. L PC
, 31 41 .HI Seattle 41 S3 .413
. 41 ti .IlllOreat Palls. 41 41 .111
. .41 47 JMIVaaeouTer. 41 33 .441
Muskeron... 17 13 .M'Terre Haute. II II .470
sprlngneld., 17 14 ,st south Bend.. 17 11 .1!.
Dayton 17 II .3l3Wheelin.... 13 II .III
North Ca retina league.
W. L. PC. W. L. PC.
Charlotte..., 20 .csi.Win .Salem,. It 11 Sll
Durham II II .33 (ireenshoro. . 14 II .417
Alhevllle,. 12 II 322Raleigh 7 23 .2.'3
No games were scheduled.
Central Aaeerlattea.
W. L. PC. I W. L. PC.
Muscatine. .. M 33 .121 Waterloo II 47 .33
Mirshillto'n 3 31 .121 Cedar Rapids 41 32 ,4M
Clinton 32 40 .Mi Mason city... M 11 .311
Ottumwe., ., 30 44 .Stllrnrt Dodfe... 13 13 ,337
rnrkV Ceaet Leagse.
Los Angeles. U7 a 'Si! Portland
Vernon 17 S3 .34 Salt Iks...,
S. Prsnctico. s 17 331 Oakland
Virnon. 4: L01 Angeles. 3 (first)
Angeles, I; Vernon, 0 (second).
Salt Lake City, 3; Han Franclace.
(first). San Francisco, 1; Salt Lake City,
( (second). 1
, rertlaad. (; Oakland, L
The Brassard Race, rrofn.lnn.il, Arthur
Spencer, Toronto, ts Alfred tlnullet. Aui
trails Won by Spencer. Time, 1,014.1.
Last elrhth mile. II seconds.
One-quarter Mile llxmllctp. Amst.ur
Won by IL F. Abbott 133 ant.i. li.o-ii.
I.ucknlng (33 yards), second W.ttrr
White (13 yards), third; A 1' Camnurait
(40 yards), fourth: K. J Cnrroll (Ii yjrHI,
fifth. Walter White i dliuuiinr.1 fir
finishing Inside the black line Tims.
23 2-3 seconds.
One. third Mile Handicap, rrnf."!""!
Won by Raymond Elton (40 ard.i I" if4
Krebs (40 yards I. second. iSmilon v
133 yards), third: Frank Curry 121 w H .
fourth: Hans Ohrt (33 yards), fit III ' ti
31 t-S seconds.
Two. thirds Mile Mutch Usee 1 '(
slnnal; Arthur Spencer vs. Pratirisr r rr'
Won by Spencer. First heai t"
Spencer. Time. 1:34. List eluht '
1. .. ...n.ri. Ptrnml ltj, won l. 1
cer. Time. 2;I0. I. ait eighth nn e, U M
seconds
Two. thirds Mile Match ltrr i'r..f.
slnnal; Frank L Kramer llohcrt B
Spears Won hy Spears First Ii'.' '
hy hpeari Time, iim 10 i.a- ' t
mile. 12 2.S seconds Second Ileal " J"
Kramer. Time. 1.51 2.S. Last elsh'i
13 l-S seconds. Third neit won r
Time. 1:33 2.3. I.ait eighth mile ''
ecnndi.
Two Mile rrnressionai, iianuiean "-
hy Alfred Ooullet (icratchi. oc.ir ill
110 yards), second; r;ni!c in1
yards). Ihlrd: Reginald M.-St" i'
(scratch), fourth: I'harles f'lrr r
yards), fifth. Time, 3:31 4.3
Two Mile Open. Amateur W.in VJ'
gust J. Lang, Irtlngton. Tom ll 1
Fpnrtlva llallano scnni llarrv II t s.
San Francisco, third. IMward in 1 '
trills, fourth. Time, I 12 I
Two Mile nil nation. Amn Mir
Robert Modersiilm, Irvliid"" t
Atlardl, itrnoklvn, second Wll 1 ' '
H View Wheelmen, Ihlrd Mm" t f
Newirk, fourth Time, t l
Five Mile Open. Prnfes.lona W
Alfred llrenda: Ileilnald MrVsni
ond; Frank Cnrry. third, Frank I K "'
rnurtn: Aitren unuiiet u
10;O4 t-3, John Dedell llnlshf ' "'
was-dUquallflfd for takliis 1 1. p .
the Inside,
linlf nt FlnahhiK l.lnl-'
lardlner W While, i' I" 1
II Itoyd. together with eihi
Mantle or C, II, steilik
fourth place with '.' stroke. 1
In the second Installment of met
the qulalfylng round f.ir iV P'
cup on the links of the I" ' ,
Club yesterday, Although Wli" e
at till best he led the rtrl.l iU. '
an 10. Watli returned a car.l !
Bovd II, ,,,
C. H. Htevlrk won the ir.fel' "" .
a card of 7. 12. R. S !"'.' '
with 1211. 14, and ( F Watts
with 114, 74.
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