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THE SON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1918.
11 Quinn Beats Old-Teammates and Drives Yonfe Into Second Division McGraw's Men Get Even Break irr Pittsburg SOX SHOVE YANKS INTO SECOND FOUR ijack Quinn Titchos Chicago to 4. to 2 Victory Over Old Bunkio Caldwell. Ilr FREDERICK. G. LIEU. Jack Quinn, born John Pecus. a Tan lee alumnus of the,IIUoo era paid a visit to his old dob at the Polo qrounds ytiterday and found his alma Water Hills chanp.-d since he teft In 1912. Jack eltehed for the White Box And (hunted tha Yankees Into the aecoi.j division. The Yankees could hit Jack, but not when any one happened to be on base, to Chicago won thn deciding; muii of a three itaine series by 4 to I. As a result the White Sox, moved Into fourth place, the Tanks dropping to fifth. Had, -fit. loule won yesterday the Yankees would have skidded clear to sixth. What made the (tine of' defeat more painful for Hug-gins mi the fact that It claims Quinn as Ms legal property, tut 10 far has been unable to get any action out of the National Commission. Quinn has been doing welt for the White Sox. After losing hla first game he has von four straight. Prodlsmt Caldwell Ttetnrna. Ray Caldwell la the only member of the Tankees with whom Jack Is well ae csalnted, as the telegrapher Is the only Yankee who was on the same payroll with Quinn six years ago. Caldwell re tamed to the Tanks a,fter week ending Is Weehawken with the Tletjen A Lang shipbuilders. On Saturday Ray pitched for tho Tletjens and on Sunday he ap peared In right field. In order not to be discovered Ray selected the mysterious name of Ross, but he could not hide his Identity from Ping Bodle and Herb Thormahlen. other Tanks whom the "aork or fight" order drove to Wee hawken. Only six hits were made oft Caldwell, half of them by Moetll, the hid Greek at second for the Sox, He maced Ray for a triple, a double and a single. Four nler, rhom the National Commission his awarded to the Sox, but still is a Tank, also blew himself to a triple, a doable and a single, while Bill Lomnr hit three singles. Tho Yankees hit Quinn safely in every Inning but the first, but the ninth was the only ene In which they managed to put together a run. Lamar's Superb Throw, There were several smart bits of field ing. In the ninth Lamar made a throw from deep centre, retiring Mostll. who tried to score from third after Bill hail caught Schalk's fly. Walters caught the tall Id the air, standing a few feet from the plate. It was one of the best throws made on the Polo Grounds' this season In the eighth Weaver ran about six feet to the right side of second base for Gllhooley's hopper and got Frank at first base. Buck also figured In two fist double plays. Chicago got Its first run In the thlr.1 hnlng, when ("chalk walked and scored on Good's double to left. The Sox added mother In the seventh, when Gandil tingled to left and scored on Mostll's triple to deep right. Chicago doubled Its score In the eighth Inning. Quinn walked an a starter and Good fanned. Lelbold drew his base on tails. Weaver hit to Caldwell, and hen Fonrnler muffed 'Ray's throw Quinn scored. Lelbold pulled up at third ind Weaver at second. Qandll then l.fted Lelbold home with a sacrifice fly. The Tankees avoided a shtitouf In' he tlnth. when Pratt opened with, a .single, took third on Hyatt's double and scored en Pecklnpaugh's Infield out. The score7 : CHICAGO (A.) NEW YORK (A.) so r n o a e an r n o a "rxLrf. .. 4 01 4 0 OJOIlh'ley.rf . 100 0 0 0 LRbold.lt. Ill 100 Lamar.ef,. ,A!i 1 0 Kaker.lb.,. 4 00 0 .0 Pralt.Sb 4 11 3 3 0 wraver.es. 4 0 0 3 SI fiindil.ib.. 21111 0 0 JColltns.rt 4 00 3 0 0 MMII.Sb.. 4 01 0 10 PineltLlb.. 100 1 0 0 rournler.n' 0 1 10 II tiyati.u, .. swi a ww Prckn'rh.na- 4 01 J 10 S'diallt.e... 110 1 10 Walters c... 4 1 1 0 0 Caldwell.p. 10 0 0 SO Q'Jlncp . 1 1 o 0 1 0 Totals.. ..19 4 IT II l( Totals., .14 1 10 27 10 1 Chlc-MO..., 0010 0 012 04 Sew York 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1-1 Two bse hitsGood. Fournler. Mostll, Hyatt . Three base hits Fourtuer. Mostll. Stolen bases Fnurnler, Lamar. Sacrifice hit It-will Sacrifice n Gandil. Double plays Weirsr and Gandil: Moattl. Weaver and Cwct): Lunir and Walters. Left on bases ifw York. 7; Chicago. 4. First base on rrorChlearo. 1. Bs?e on ball OH Cald--tell. 1 (Rrhalk, Iibold. Quinn); off Qnlnn. 1 (Gllhoolex). Struck out By Caldwell, 2 (Weaver, Good); by Quinn. ; Olyatt, Cald- fill. Earned runs Off Caldwell, 2; off Oriina. 1. TTmnlm Vratra IfllHVif-anil ViMa Time of game 1 hour and CLEVELAND AGAIN LOSES TO RED SOX Jones Allows Old Teammates Two Hits. BosTo.f, Aug. 19. (American) Bos ton took the second game of the series from Cleveland to-day, 6 to 0, giving the d Sox, with fourteen games to play, a lead of four games over the second r'sce Indians. Jones held Cleveland, his old team, to o hits. The conteat was decided In tao third Inning. Coveleskle - walked Hooper, with one out. Bhean singled, trunk's single off Turner's glove 'red Hooper. Ruth was passed Inten tionally Melnnls's single through short iwred fihean and Strunk. Ruth reached third on the play and scored as Turner threw out .Scott. McQuillan, who started pitching In the "Jth, yielded two runs In the seventh, n'n rtuth doubled, Mclnnls sacrificed na Scott and Agnew singled. The score; CLEVELAND (A.) 1 BOSTON fA.) - abrhoael ahrhoae "janfyir 4 00 1 OOlHooper.rf.. 410 1 0 0 Hreikfr.pf Attn n aI ei wood rf . soo 1 OOirtuth.lf.. '! 121 1 0 "'"ib 100 10 lO M'InnlMb. 101 7 0 0 iPjar.:b. 300 3 4 0fCoffey.:b, "Nell.;. . jnt 4 10 Arnew.c... "?nnm,B 0I 1 ,Jones,p... 411 1 10 4 00 0 30 301 00 :oi o to r ...... vvv o j u niounnn 0 00 0 Oft1 JS'elw . ooo 0 0 01 Totals... 81 11 M 10 ,oun, o o 0 0 0 ??!?;'. ,;s'5 " il truHU MfOu'llan In the eirhlh Innlnr. l for Turner In the ntnjh innlnr.. BoV.l- OOOwOOOOO-O on 0 0 4' 0 0 0 2 0 x- OmS.w'? h''7Strunk. Bulh, Bacrlflc bits rinS c',k,i- Mclnnls. Left on bases-Clove-(.,.'t.l. Bo"on, 10. Basts on balls Off Tnu2iV! "rfMeQulllan. 1; off Jones, t. HfiL Co'elesWe I In ts Innings; oO In i i. ." 1 ln. '"'dnts; off Kntmann. non AtJunL. "J1 b Pitcher By Coreleslile jWSSu.n Si,VP 2.1"-1-' Coveleskle, 1; by TuJ2 Knamann. 1; by Jones, I. COLLINS IN THE MARINES. I'asses hu Tlxanilnatlon and Is Ilenily for Cninp. PinuoKU'iru. Aug. 19. Eddie Col Mar second baseman of the Chicago America-), pasced the physical exam-to-day and was signed Into '"I'M States Marines. He expects Iv for the training camp at ParlJ 8. C, within a few days, tolllns was 31 years old last May,- Is ""Tied and has two children. CUBS SHUT OUT BRAVES. Martin Holds Boston to a lilts. While CraacUU Is Easy. Ciucaoo, Aug-. 19. (National) Speed Martin held Boston to threo hits to-day, while Chicago batted Crandall freely and shut out the Braves by 2 to 0. Paskert'n walk, Morkle's triple and Deal's single tallied the locals'- runs. The score: BOsrrow w CHICAGO (N.) abrh o ae ah r h n . . Reriog.Jb.' 1 0 0 S to Flaek.rl.... 400 0 00 Tsrrart If 30 1 MlloUoch'r.ss 402 1 70 Chadb'eSf. 401 1 0M Mann.lt,,., 4 00 I 0 0 ,wry.ss 400 J 4 MPaakerwcl... 1 1 1 J 00 JLsmiltUb J 01 0 to! Merkle.lb.. 4 1 1 11 0 0 101 0 S 101 0 00 101 10 101 0 10 Konet'r.lb 3 00 13 10 Wiieon,c.. 10 0 1 10 JUwl'gs,rf. 10 0 1 00 ricx.zt, DeiLIb O'e'arrell.c. V-raouaii,p, jv 0 10 atartin,p... --otaie...no 114110' Totals.... isii SSr10"'"1 ' 000000 0, 00-0 Chicago 1 000002 00 x-1 Two baae M t W-V Tr ..1 inY. w. 1 fThres base hlt-Msrkle. Stolen baart-Cbad- x.?CI:an hlis-llek, Konetcby. uUlV"-. ,o0e. Plays-Hek, .llolloeher and .fki?U:r,niu1 Konstchy. Hcrsog, Wilson ana TerrV. Lett on basts Boston, 4 : Chl uffiJ' ?",, on oUls-Ott crandall, 1: off ftyJiS--, .a" h P'olr-r. Martin cTauulS, i out-By Martin. : by rodshcSansup bases and robins t Ed's Homer Off Mnrquard, With BnsesrFnll, Gives Reds Victory, 8 to 4. Bptdal DitpateA to Tac Sc-s. Cincinnati, Aug. !. A Red assault on Rube Marquard which netted three runs in the sixth and another smashing five rsm drive In the seventh, headed by & home run by Rouah with the baies full, gave Cincinnati an S to 4 victory over the Dodgers. to-day. Brooklyn ral lies In the eighth and ninth wero checked after single counts had been registered. Johnston doubled In the first, took second on Olson's sacrifice and beat's. Magee's throw to the plate on Daubert's grounder. In the third Johnston beat out a bunt, took third on a wild pitch and registered on Daubert's sacrifice fly Daubert drove a home run to the centre Held wall In the eighth Inning. Blackburne trtped and rcored .on a wild pitch in the sixth. Wlngo walked Qroh singled. So did Cueto, Wlngo scoring. .While. Groh was being run down Cueto took third, lie scored on Blackburne's following thump. With two down ln the seventh. Wlngo, Schneider and Groh singled. Wlngo scoring. Cuteo walked, filling the bases. Roush rapped a four base blow to right, scoring Schneider, Qroh and Cuteo ahead. The score: BUOOKLTN M.) 1 CINCINNATI (N.) ibrboir1 abrhoae J'atoart... 4 2 3 1 OWOrohJb 413 1 00 Olson. n... 4 00 z 1 v'uue-o.ii.. .. lai iv C 10 Boush.cf... 411 S 10 1 0 OfS.Hsree.lb. 101)0 00 3 1 0 UMsree.lb. 4 0O-0 10 4 1 1 OrlBUh.rf.. (03 1 0 0 4 4 1 O burnf.es.. (11 1 SI 1 l!Winrc.e.'... 4 3 3 ( 10 O 1 0 Schnrlder.p (11 0 10 o ocl Daobert.lb 4 11 Whestjf... 30 1 Mmaef... 0 01 0-Mara.tb. 401 Doolan.Ib.. 30 3 Archer.e. .. 4 01 M auarn.D. 301 Coombs... Ill I Totals., as s i i Batted tor Marquard In ninth InnlntT. Brooklyn 1010O001 t anelnnatl 0OO00S&0 x s Two baft- bits Johnston, Doolan. Three base bit Blackburne. Home runs Rousn. Daubert. SUolen base Wbeal. Sacriflee hrts -Cueto. Roush. Olson. Sacrifice fly Dau bert, Lett-on base-Hroo5tlyn.-Ul Ctucin- nMt, u.- nm oasa on error vincinnm.ni. Basel .on balls OO- SthntMer, 1: oil ..-car- quardj lilt .by pilcber By 5rbnloi. by Marquaro. r.' isiruea om-r Struck out-Br Schnelaer'. Vfl Od pitcbss Schneider, Marquard. , SENATORS .WIN IN lTH; r WASHrNaTONi Aug. 19 (Amcricat)) Foster's triple and Judge's sacrifice, fly gave Washington a tun ln the fourteenth Inning 'and a 3 to 2 victory oven-. St. Louis to-day. Johnson fanned twelve batsmen. It was the fifteenth extra In ning game he has pitched this season, having won eight and lost seven. The score: - ST. iOUIS JA.) ab r h o a WASHINGTON (A.) ab r h o a e Shotton.lt.. 80 1 2 to Foster.lb.. 5 2 2 1 31 Tobinif... 0 0 2 0 0 Msisel.tb.. 702 1 SO Rlilrr.lri... (1117 10 Judfe.lb..., t.0 0 IE 0 0 Drmmrtt.rf .4 00 4 00 RaiMlrTX.ef (01 2 00 xuan.ci.s. ill I v Schulte.rf.. (04 1 10 Shanks... (00 3 30 Iavanss... BOO 3 31 3edeon.2b. 410 H0 Atu5ttn.ii.. (0 1 B ! 8evereid.c. Rorri.rj.. lot J 3 1 Atnmith.c. SO0U 31 ( 03 1 2 0Jobnson,p., (0 1 0(0 Totals. 4 2 II 22 l Totals.. . 1 8 U 3 Two out when winning run was scored. St. Ixiuls otootoooooooo 01 Washington 0001010000000 t-1 Two bsee hits Foster. Slsler, Rors. Three base hit Foster. Stolen bases Gedeon, Austin, Rlsler, Schulte. Sacrlfifn hits Gedeon, Demmitt 2 Sacrifice fly-Judjre. Double plsrs Johnson, Alnmillh nd Judre: Johnson. Foster and Judie: Schulte and Judre. If on.baeea-S. luis. 13: Wash lrloo, 4. First base on errors-St. 4-ouis, 2. Bases on balls Off Johnson. 4: oil Rogers. 2. Hit by pitcher By Johnson (Slsler). Struck out By Johnson, U: by Borers. 1. Passed ball Alnsmlth. PHILS WIN EBB0B CARNIVAL. Sr. Louts, Aug. 19. (National) In a carnival Of errora In which not a run was earned the Phillies defeated St. Louis by 7 to 1. The score : PHILADELPHIA (N.)l ST. LOUIS N.) abrhoael ahrhoae Bincrott.ss 51 0 S f 2Arfrsnn.rf 401 0 jo W'llsms.cf. 120 3 01 Betwl.lb . 4 00 2 30 Stock lb... (3 3 0 2opaulette.lh 40210 2 1 Luderas.lb ( 1 3 10 1 OIHorrsbT.ss. 4 1 0 S 4 1 Meueel.lf.. 403 O 00 Flsher.tb... 400 (t (iv7lh.rl. CO 2 3 OO McHenry.U 40 2 t 0 0 Pearce.ro., sow i t rwir.vi.. 4 00 3 0 1 4 00 0 0 0lBrott,e. .. 300 3 4 0 101 0 40 100 O 00 000 0 10 P'derrast.p 3 01 0 101 Anemt.c. Amrs.n., arimm..,. Tuero.p. .. Totals. 34 7.10 27111 I Tnlsls... 311(27214 Batted for Ames In elcbth'lnnlnr. Philadelphia 25i2i2!! li Bt. louls 00000000 11 Three base hit Mouse!. Stolen bases Meuael. I. Sacrifice hits Williams. 1; Pearce. Double plays-Bancroft and Ivuderus: Betsel, Fisher and Paulette. Left on bases Phila delphia. I; St. Louis. I. First baae on errors Philadelphia. 2: St. Louis. 1. Bases on bslls -Off PrendeTiast.1: off Ames. t. IUtaOff Ames. 7 In I: off Tuero. 1 In 1. Struck out By Prenderraet, 4: by Tuero, 1. Passed ball Brock. Losing pitcher Ames. American and National Leagiie Records. RESULTS OF AMEBICAW LEAGUE. Chicago. -4 1 Mew Tork, 1. Boston,, 0 1 Cleveland, 0. Philadelphia, B Detroit, 8. Washington 3 8U Louis, 3 . (14 Innings). STANDING OF Played, .. 113 .. 114 .. 11B .. Iia , . '100 . ill , 113 . . 113 Boston Clcrelnnd... tTaihlagloa, Chicago..,., New York... Ht. LonU..,. Detroit Philadelphia GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY. Clereland In Boston. ' Dstrolt la PhllsdelpUla. It. LOall IB TTaihiBftOB, s.1. Ul . Hi.'. CAUSEY CONQUERED, BUT TONEY ATONES Pirates Bent Giants in First by 8 to 1 New Yorks Lnnd Second Game; 3 to 0. Sptcial Dttpatc to Tns Svs. PiTTsnuBO, Aug.. 19. The losing streak of ths Giants was halted tempo rarily this afternoon when they broke even with the Pirates. MoOraw's men were trounced In the opening, game by S to 1, but Fred Toney shut out the Besdek athletes by 3 to 0 In tho second contest. Causey was pounded for eight runs In six Innings, of the first encounter and gave way to Demaree, who checked the Pirates. In two rounds of the sunset Hit It looked as though Toney might be scored on. In the second Inning Boutnwonn beat a bunt., and then Btsds ; called for u.o ,,.. legged It for second Cutbhaw swung1 at the ball and sent a liner Into the hands of KaufT, who doubled Bouthworth at first. Mollwltx singled to left and stole1 second, but he was left, as McKechnle hit to the pitcher and was thrown out at first, In the fourth Inning, with two out. Bouthworth tripled to right, but he was left, as Cutshaw filed to Burns. With those exceptions the Pirate hitters were quite harmless under the spell of Toney's pitching. Barns Qntte Active. The Qlants got a run In the first In ning on Burns's single, Kauf's pass and a double steal worked by nums and Doyle, the latter having forced KaufT. Burns started trouble again In the sixth, when he opened with a single, but was forced by Thorpe. Doyle came along with a triple and Thorpe came home. The first gams was monotonously one sided. Pittsburg started scoring in the second, getting a run on Slcklng's fum ble of MeKechnle's grounder, after which the runner stole second and came home on Schmidt's single. The Giants showed some ambition In the third and tied the score on Burns's single, his steal of secondhand Doyle's hit. The Tlrates untied the score In the fourth, getting a rim on MeKechnle's triple and a wide throw by Sicking. The Pirates got three runs In the fifth on Carey's safe bunt, Southworth's double, Cutshaw's triple and a squeexe play. In the sixth Comitock's single, nigbee's pass, Southworth'a single snd Cutshaw's one baser gave three mbro. The scores: FIRST GAME NF.W YORK IN.) PITTSBURG N.) abrhoae abrhoae Bnrns.lf... 412 1 1 Oinoone.ss... 4 0 2 0 (0 Compt'n.rf 4 0 0 Kauff.cf... 41 Doyle.Zb. . 4 t ! Fletcher.es 4 01 Zlm'm&n.lb 4 0 0 0 ioiHixnee.ii... in J m 1 eNCaray.rt.... (13 4' 10 S OOlH-wonh.rf. 311 1 00 3 2 MCutsbsw.lb. 4 1 2 0 2 0 I 10 HollwUs.lri 3 so il 0 0 1 2 2(VKe-h,,b 4 13 0 1 Sckna-Jb. 4 02 Rarldercc. 4 OA Canany.o . 200 withon... lot I lOtSchra'dt.c.. 1 02 3 0 0 0 1 0'Comstock.p 4 11 0 2 0 o oo Demaree.p. ooo 0 0 M Totals... 33 1 11 T. 11 0 Totals. .. 1J 1 4 13:' Raited for Caoaey In the seventh inning. New York OOtOOOOO 0-1 Pittsburr 0 1 0 1 3 3 0 0 x-i Two base hlta-Fletcbor. Southworth. Three base hits Cutehaw. McKerhnte. Stolen feat 'Burns. Kauff. Btarbee. Southworth. -McKeobnle 2. Schmidt. Sacrifice hits-Blfbee. Mollwlts. Double playCarey and Mollwlts. Ift on bases New York. : rtUsburr. T First bsse on error Plttsburt, 1. Itaoes on balls Oft Causer, I: nft Demare. 1. Hits Off Causey, 12 in 4 tnnlncs: off Demaree. 1 In t Inntnn: oft Comstock, 9 in 9 iuMoes. Struck out By Causey, l; by' Deraaree. 2; by Comstock, 7. Loiinr pitcher Causey, SECOND GAME. NEW YORK N.) I PITTSBtJRO' (N.) abrh o ie ' ab rh o a e Tturna.lt... 4 1 3 4 0 OiBoono.ss... 4 00 2 10 Thorpe rf.. 4 10 3 0 0VBitbee.il..-. soo 0 0 0 Kaufl.cf 100 1 1 0 Htnchmen 111 0 0 0 DoTle.2b 4 0 1 0 3 0 L'arrr.cf.. la: & no I rietcber.ss 4 0 1 2 4 0 S'liworth.rf 4 01 3 0 0 Skklnr.Jb. 4 00 0 0IMn!llls.1h 4 011 to nanaen.c. suo o x-Kecn e.JD 300 1 so Tuner, P . ?00 0 30Sml!h,c. ... 1 00 4 00 Schmldt,c. 2 00 3 0 0 Totals .,32 2 I 27 11 o.looner.p.. 100 0 10 Totals, ..JS 1 7 27 19 0 . "Hajiw lor JJifDee in ninth Inrunr rew York 10000100 02 i-msourr oooooooo l l Two base hit llinchman. Thn-e baiw hits Doyle. Southworth Stolen bases Burns. Doyle. Carey, Mollwlts. Double play Kauff tnd Zimmerman. Left on bases-New York. 1: Piltsburr. &. Baew on balls Oft- Cooper. I. Struck out By Toney. 1: by Cooper, . NINE PASSES IN ONE BOUND. Neasos's Itr-cord Set In Game Won by Athletics Over Titters, Pit tLAPEiJitiA, Aug 1 9. (American) uaroner-s single, roiiowing two bases on balls, two Infield hits and Burh's error, won for the Athletics from Detroit by 9 to 8. Watson shut out Detroit until the .i.iv, 1 nv. . 1 . . - ..... nticii nuii vuo um no iiiip?ea jour men. uregg replaced him. and after Griggs hit ..safely, Grepr passed three men. Adams then supplanted Gregg and rtn.li .m. Hush cleared the bases with a trinle. C. Jones passed two in the latter half of the sixth, establishing a season's rec ord of nine bases on balls In one Inning. The score: DETOOIT (A.) I PHILADELPHIA (A.) abrhoael ahrhnan nusn.ss,... in : l I'J.eoruT.p. . It.Joure.lb. 41 t 1 1 OIKoon.lf ... Cobb.cf ... 4 10 2 0 0 Wslker.cf.. Veach.lf. . 110 1 1 o'Darns.lb..., r.rlm.lb.. 1 1 1 t 1 l6ardner.lb. Harprr.rf.. 2 to 4 OOMcAvoy.c. Youna-.lb.. 211 4 4 llDyttes.lb... Spencer.c. 1110 1 o!Dursn.s. . C.Jnnes.p.. 100 0 to Watson.p... Kalllo.p.... 100 0 OOGrepp.p ' 'Adsms.p... Totals.. W16HM-,Acosts.rf... 4 11100 S 1 1 3 00 4 1 0 0 00 Sill 10 4 12 0 10 in : to SI 0 6 40 401 1 CO :oi o on 000 0 00 OOO 0 00 110 0 OO . . ,1 .Totals.. Sit 10 57 14 0 None out when winning mu waa scored. Detroit 0OOO0S00 ft t Philadelphia 01010100 4 9 Two has hit Giisjrs. Three base hit Hush. Stolen base Young. Double plara4. Pykea and Dusan; Dykes and Burns Lett on bases Detroit. 4: Philadelphia. 1. First base on rrrors Philadelphia. 4, Bases on halls Off C. Jones. 4: on Kalllo. 1; off Watson. 6: off Grrrr. 1. lilts Off O. Jones. ( In S Innlnrs (none out ln sixth): -off Kalllo. 4 In 1 lnn1ns (none out In ninth): off Wat son. 1 In 511 tnnlnzs; oft Urrrr. 1 (pitched to four batters In sixth); off Adams. 1 In M Innlnr; oft Jsmloion. I In 1 innlnrs. Struck out-By Watson, 1; by Jamleson. l. wlnninr pitcher Jamleeon. Loslnr pitcher Kalllo. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. . v JTATI05AL LEAOTJE. Plttsbsrg, Si ITew York. 1 (first). New York. S Plttibnrg, 1 (second), CinelnnaU. Si Brooklyn, 4. ' Chicago, S lloston, o Philadelphia, Ti St. Lools, l, THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. P. C " Played. Won. Lost. p. c, 07 43 MS Chicago.,;.., 113 73 .10 .0.1,2 04 OO JHJI New York Ill 04 47 J177 0.1 53 MH Pittsburg 113 RO fix Mr Ki B7 .401 ritrtlnnatl Ill . no nr. .80.1 nn nu ,4ho mookiyn in nt nn , .4.10 ns tin A17 Philadelphia... 100 48 Hi , ,440 -40 03 .437 Boston Ill 4rt u.t .4.-1-! 43 OS JOS St. Louts HT 4S 0!) .410 New York In Flttsbnrff. Brooklyn In ClntlaaatL JJostoa In Chleafo. Philadelphia ln St. Xools. HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT OHM HUYDLER, acting president for Cincinnati yesterday afternoon to sit on the National Commlt-sion ln Its discussion of tho world's series. Heydler had nothlnR doflnlte to aay with regard to tho series or the marked lack of rellahlo information on fact that there Is only one chance In fifty that the series will be stased. Tho fans seom to be very apathetic toward tho classic Members of both tho v"( Hnuunaa ana me uosion Americans, wnicn appear niui. imcij meet If the series 1. playod..have expressed an unwillingness to enBage ln It un ess the Nntloni.1 r"nmml.rtnn rn nrrwlnr. o r.m, from the War DeDart- Chicago Nationals and the Boston Americans, which appear most illtely to ..... ,,u,iuiiaj UU(UiBlUll (IIUUULD U Cllllii 11 Will lll ' " ' ' morit extending for those two clubs the period of trrace granted to them In re- en: on September 1. The National Cornmleslon has applied for tho extension of that period, but we will Ventura that it will get no satisfaction. Garry Herrmann, wo under- stand, has written to Gen. Crowder asking him. to tell local draft boards not to enforce the order on world's series participants until that event Is de- elded. Gen. Crowder haa not yet replied, and when tie does Herrmann will be greaUjr disappointed. Gen. Crowder says that the moment September 1 lumps Into the calendar It will ha a race hAtwnen the draft boards and thoso players who still ars at their baseball work. body and we predict that clubs will have a hard time putting nines Into the nela for the Labor nv dnnhln hrarters. Will Oult Their Iffmlwri nf tUm ru.lnnri wVm League pennant, said here tho other day that they would quit the team ofi Tho track police had difficulty In keep August SI. Chick Gandil made a similar statement In regard to the Whlto Irnt the crowd ln cheek. r- - j . . ... . . . .s . i it Mlnili! xe an inn nv noiinds thA baJt fUA' mosi pi ine -uos nave expresseu seniimems auong w Harry Frnzce denied the, other day that Ruth and other members of the lied Sox had been warned to get out of baseball, but the fact Is that the players ore not willing to jeopardize their deferred classification by playing ball after August 31. So the outlook for the world's series Is very dark. We cannot say that we are chagrined thereover. The leagues could have played the series if they had been willing to lop a week off the August -h,ii1 Tino.-.. th.. - - ev rw n nnA iler-lded 'v"v v. s aaunv V ot a tUV t V C ia.4t to play through that date and take a Labor Day there will be a walllt.g and gnashing of teeth that will be heard from Cape Cod to the Chicago atcckynrds. The leagues could have mads the world's series sure If they had an nounced that It would be played principally for war funds. We arc quite positive that on anch a basis the War Department would have lent Its as sistance and local draft boards would have cooperated. However, the clubs decided on an all or nothing policy, and If they get nothing they will have only themselves to blame. MeXooghlln Will Hot Play In National Tennis Tourney. When' the draw for the national championship tennis singles Is made nt the offices of the United States National Lawn Tennis Association this after noon the name of Maurice E. McLoughlln will not be Included. It was learned yesterday from Paul Williams, field secretary of the association, that Mc Loughlln would not compete for ths title. It had been understood that he was coming East again. Julian S. Jdyrlck yesterday received a letter from Mc Laughlin, who is on sea duty off Ban Diego, that he did not care to play this season. The Comet wrote that he was not ln tennis condition. Buch be ing the case, 'tis better that he stay away. George M. Church, who Is at. Instructor ln aviation. at Barron Tleld In Texas, decided that affairs down there needed his attention more than did the tennis comretltlon. Billy Johnston's entry may be received to-day. and the entries of IJndley Murray and Kumagae already are ln. The field numbers more than eighty, and with the decision to play only late ln the afternoon it seems probable that some of the names will be lopped on. There are twenty teams ln the fathers and sons' tournament and thirty-five ln the veterans' singles. Again We Say (hat Baseball Bets Are Off. Some days ago we declared that because of the curtailment of the schedules of the major leagues wagers on the races ore off un- . . . ., less tne oeuoni agreea 10 conwrrue letters from Interested persons who contend that all bets should stay on be cause the leagues will award championship pennants. This argument has no hearing on the case. The wagers were made on the basis of 164 games. Any outside Inter ference which makes curtailment necessary Invalidates all bets. That Is final cs far as this column Is concerned. Early Rlim of College Football Activity. Intercollegiate football activity already has been started. The new fourth class at Annapolis Is practising under Gil Doble. and the Navy Is hopeful that It. will play the Anny,, The outlook for that game is quite promising. T'W.Tshlnglon and Jefferson- announces the engagement of Ralph Hutchi son, the old Princeton quarter, as coach, and Dean Brlggs of Harvard tells us that the chances of having' Intercollegiate football at Harvard this fall re good. ' ' NEWARK LN RALLY. Beats, naltlmore When Orioles Start Krrlnsr In 4he Ninth. INTKBNATIONAL I.FAOUK. Results ' Yearterday'a Came. Dlnthamton, IS. Jeraey City, 1. Newark. 1; Baltimore. 7. TtufTaln. f. Rochester. 1. Toronto. 1: Hamilton, o. I Mandlnr af the Teasaa. W. L. PC.I W. L. PC. Tornnlo 71 17 . 644 Newark H 6 .471 Binrhamton. 15 .IS Ituffalo UalUmorn. .. M 42 .411 Hamilton.. l 0 .47 n it .140 U 77 .14 Ilochewer.... t7 47 .MljJeraey vtty... s Oamea Scheduled for TV-clay. Jersey City In Sllnshamton. Newark In Baltimore. Rochester In lluffalo. Hamilton In Toronto. Baltimoiie, Aug. 16. A rally in tho ninth, when the support of Lewis, the local pitcher, cracked, to-day gave Newark a 1 to 2 victory over Balti more. The score: VF.WAJRK (I.) BALTIMORE (I.) ab r h o a e al r It o a e SlantVr.ss 10 0 0 1 Ol Mulvey.rf. 200 4 00 411 401 412 101 000 101 4 00 301 100 rownn.D ti: o it- (Yane.s... r-ather If . 100 1 10 Lawry.So... Zwillimr.lt. i:rltfln.ib.. swir'nr.ib. 41 in oc Leld.cf. .. ill s 0 01 itfa, U j lolriw?' insnmell.aj 30 1 s ;gaan;5 31sbop.lb,. Keller.c... 211 10 Parlier.e... Ms.lden.c, Harloot.p.. 10 0 0 0 0 Clark.cl.... 40 1 0 4 1 Lew1s,p.. . Parnbam.. Totals...S01ir7H 11 Totals... 11 11017 111 Batted for Lewis ln the ninth innlnr. "Newark 00001000 13- Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 0-: sacrifice nits scods, vitavp, nrurj, iiu. Tarker. Stolen baa-Cather. Douoie plays 4rsne ana uninn: vvcr .wuimcn. Mulvey and Crane. Daaea on balla-Cff 1iwls. 1: off Barfoot. S. Struck out-fDy Jwis. I: by llarfoot. 5. Left on basea lisltlmore. 7: Newark, 4. First base on error- Newark, 1. SKEETER8 ARE TROUNCED, BWOHAMTON, Aug. 19. Bkeeters were trounced by Blnghamton to-day, 1! to .1. The score .lwuBT crrY (I.) BINOnAMTON (I.) sbrhoit ab r h o a e nnxlhlb 4 00 1 41 Oakea,lf.... 4 11 1 0 0 100 1 101 Mooper.ro.. 410 0 11 McCab.rf. 101 1 OOfnecher.c, iher.e... 4 11 10 IVh-se.rt.Ioa 00 001 lll.ihtn 11,.. 100 11 00 Hainea.r.... 100 0 00 Knlselyrf., 411 1 0 0 raXX.!!..... IVl V Vilnrj.ui..,. via x vw Jlelier.e... 400 I 1 OrM'Larry.lb. 8111 is Pala.lt 101 I 0 0 liiiey.ci..,. 411 1 ui VThMler.cf 111 1 00 Hartman.lb 411 4 TO Kanley.ss.. Ill 0 14 Webb.p 4 11 1 0 0 Kr'h's.lb.ss 101 1 10 llehl.p 100 0 10 Totals. ..M 1 4 M 11 1 Totals. .11 1! 15 57 11 1 Snfc.::::: ? r j . f 0.1. Two bear hits Kntselr, McLarry !. Webb. Flsvher. Threo baae hit Wheeler, Stolen bsse Oakes. Sacrifice fir Henley Double nlays McLarry and Webb; Hanky. Han. man and Mcl-ayry. Left on bsses Rlnrhnuv ion. I; Jersey City. 4. First base on errors t-ninghamton. 1; Jersey (Mty, 1. Bsses on balla-Off Webb, l: off Henl. 1. Hit by ...nn. W.Mv i (Whltahooas)! br Hehl. 3 (Hooper. Knlsely). Struck out Dy Webb, ; by neni, At -Buffalo R. II. E. nocheater 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 T I Buffalo ....... .0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 X It 0 Batteries Orant and O'Neill; Ilelfrlch and Peagough. At Toronto P. If. IS. Hamilton ....0 01000100 01 1 4 Toronto ? 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1-0 1 Batteries Ray and Hopper; Justin, Peclf and Fisher. GAMER AT CF.I.TIC PAnK. Hurling and (laellc football will feature at Celtic ram neat aunuy iqt ins pencni hot St, John's Hospital of Long Island 1 cm- Cork will cross sticks with Clare. Championship football games will bring together Oalway and Klldara and Curls and Walerford. O'NKIL A BENF.DICK. Jack O'Nell, the New York A. C. dls tance runner, and Miss Daisy Pston. a ,ln of tha former nraaldent of tha Mornlngslde A. c. were married. en Bun aay at tne unurcn oi in incarnation. O'NsU ji.a member ot ths Naval Reserve, Br DANIEL. t of tho National League, left this city probability of Us being played. The that subject may be explained by the There will be no extension lor any- . I Clubs on Auafnst 31. atlii pnnt.niKr. fnr thn American t 1.1. l av a-.j j,vra w chance on tho series. If It rains on . t , , - ineir wogrr icr : TIGER TO COACH AT W. & J. Itnlph ItatchUnn, Old Princeton Quarter, H acred a Morrovr. Washington, Pa., Aug. 19, An nouncement was made to-day that Ralph I Hutchison, Princeton quarterback and coach, had been named football coach at Washington and Jefferson, to succeed David C. Morrow, who left this city this week for Camp Meade, Md., aa a Captain ln the Engineering corps. Two other men wore considered for the place, the others being Hugo Bexdek, manager of tho Pittsburg Pirates, and Dutch Sommers, the old Penn star, lata Colgate and Michigan Aggies coach. Besdek is not going back to coach at Oregon this fall. TEN STAKES AT EMPIRE. New F.Tf nts Announced for Sleet Inar in October, Announcement of ten new stakes for the fall meeting to be held from October 14 through the 26th was nlade yesterday by the Kmplre City Itaclng Association. Five are for three-year-olds and up ward, one for all ages, one for three-year-olds and three for two-year-olds. The aggregate value In added monev Is 113.700. The richest is the YorVtown. for three-year-olds and upward, with a a a a i ... X . . tf.uou in auaca money, ni one mue ana a furlong. SARATOGA ENTRIES. First Race For maidens; two-year-olds: Horse. Wt Horse. WI . li: . 11 . 11s . US . 107 . 11C . US Jnwlse Child . Thirteen Plurenzl ... Mormon El dor Pollu Le lit I aire .... Leap Frog . .. .. io;i ... M ... irr, Resist Hopeful Hadrian Mandsrln'a Coat.. Pluvlada .. lis ... 11s ... 11: ... lit! ... lie Charley Thorley.i, ICourllng Colors. . seaway soria 107 Second Raoo For throe-rear-olds and un- wara; aciung; aeTen luriougs; Horse. Wt Horse. Wt. , 112 , Hi , 107 , M . 114 , HS , 101 ino Pen Ilampaon. , 10 . 1M Kama Water War Star Class Katie Canal Koh.l.noor ,, Sandman IT nenevolent Fsu d'Artlfloe VA Cudthca Midnight Sun Busy Joe Adeta . . 00 1 , 109 . IIS . ia M Rose of Autumn., rtroom Peddle miss Krmer Msster Karma... . Kt'Korat ts lAiy Ixin 107Crumpsall u( Third Race For three-year-olds: condl- .: 0-. mue: Ildnc. Wl I .. 19V .. 105' . c:i . lot .. ft Horse, Free Cutter .. Wsr Machine Nutcracker ... Valerius riennrr PlagV KreT.sl Tombolo Sunny Slope.. Night Wind L'fntlrmlers , . . so Jsik Stuart Fourth Itace Orsb Bar Handicap; 7ear-nma; six juriongs: Horse. Wl Horse. wt Hilly Kelly 1SS Pete.- Uncle White . Colonel Livingston US .. lOu ,.. 112 ,.. 124 ,.. 120 Olnrer .. 101 itanniDsl Batter Cake.... Delaware Lord Brighton Teller Stickling Cirrus , 1121 Sweep On Star Realm ,,,,, , 100 , 121 ,.. Ill ,...121 ,.. 100 ,.. Ill niar llarapson., Billy Connell,,,, Blairgowrie .... , 10)1 , lit , 111 Filth Race Tor three-year-olda snd want; selllnt;; ono mile and a quarter: Horse. Wt. Horse. Conduit Ill fluckboard Juuce Wins field... US Shanhsllymoor..., Col. Msrclimont.. Ill 'Woodlbrnsli .... Little Nearer HI Bsr of Phoenix.. Harden 10 Grouse ,,,,, 'Irregular II" Harnood II Valala llOIOnward Up- lTt, .. IM , 101 ,. M ,. IfS I0S Sixth Race For maidens; three-year-olds aim upwarui uuo raiie; Hors Wt Hnrae. Wt. .. 110 ,.1I0 .. 11s Wlngold , Bar One , Star Ben ,. 110 L'lnflrmiera ,. ItS! .. 11s ,. 11s ,. Ill Cola ....... arouse Impetus ,, Mr. Med - Porte Drapaau 1-7 1 I 'Apprentice allowance daimai?, ERROR IN PLACING ANGERS RACEGOERS Saratoga Judges Ignore Minuet and Givo the last Event to War Kiss. Speciat DtttatcK to Tub Bcs. r- . . . . v A.u Ilk TM wnM , .. M Cress day at the Saratoga track. While It enriched the mercy fujid ... - - 7 , . Mt a deep dent In the ox?neucj; " flattered Its backers Tnat tWQ other fn'rorItas j0,t Was not due to lack ot Fpeed or courage. one of lnem waa oe.ten because of a rank decision by the Judges. 'In the" last race Richard T. Wilson's Minuet croesedthe finish line nearly a half length In front. To the astonishment of the onlookers In me stana tne judges noistea ine numwir . -..m'0'- , This mistake aroused the crowd to tt high pitch of excitement. Thousands gathered around the stand and booed and lilsseL It was the worst verdict nf thn vnur and thn vnrni demonstration. e"7 - the : Af;eVKettln8 nway J Dar"er badly she " a? InTer J le T u,nerand kiWked . . .,,Mi th. h.,a . .v.. hl. .tM .v, .m.it hnn.l.lv beaten. There Jockey Ensor took her to the outside other field and gave her a i.t, nr k. hin Th.t nil Hint w a v uvea wa, vsw nuii aim ""i was necessary to make her run over her opponents, but her gallant struggle went for nought, for the judges placed her second. Buxton earned the wrath of friend and foo alike for the wretched way he handled Mr. Macomber's llotllster, the I M ,h. odds on favorite In the Bed Cross Han dicap. yThe Jockey got his mount away running and Holllster led his opponents out of tho chute by several lengths. Then Buxton Vulled'hls mount back Into third jioeltlon. If he had Instructions to lay off the pace this move might be excused, but he held him under a chok ing pull and refused to allow him to ex tend himself during the long run up the back stretch. Roundir the turn he made no move to go to the front, and then when he made his bid ln tne noma stretch he went to the outside of the field. These tactics proved too big a handicap for the colt to overcome and the best ho could do was to finish second behind Slippery Elm. Buxton's rfde on War Marvel In the first race was also a tig disappointment. The Mohawk went to Mr. Wilson's Wyoming. After Panaman and "sweep Up II. had run themselves out fighting for the lead In the drat half mile. Wyom ing came with a rush In the final furlong and won by two lengths. Elmendorf fin ished second and Japhet was third. Roamer showed this morning that he iB me wry ion ul nis lorm lor nis 1 trial against the mile record on Wednes- day by tho handy manner In which he reeled off a mile adn a furlong In 1 :51 1-5, of which the first mile was cov . erod In 1:16 flat The splendid little 'gelding had much more weight up than he will be required to carry on Wednes- day, and it was ths opinion of those who saw tne worn mat tne gallop was ac complished with a lot of speed In re serve. Results of Races at tho Saratoga Track First Race FItb and a ball furlonrs. taoyrar.olds. Funs 600. For Flu. Horse, Wt. Jocker. St. PI 11 IJon lor iro .Knsor ... , Kin Ar"ln..i. Ill Falrbrol her 4 Lad's Ixive.... lie. Robinson... 50 War Marvel... ..Iiuxton . .. & Msd llaller.... 1M..B1I SO Farmlnrdale.. 10S..Litie .... jo Duf n Guise. !0S, Kummer . . 40 ietment .... l(r... Pirec. Si t'Otlnella 112. .8r4iul'r v I & t-l 30 10 10 4 40 15 a in :o t' iainriaca . . un. MCAtee .un, i.-v,... nisri xooa won eapuy. Winner, ch. g.. by Heno-AUle d'Or. Owned by P. A. Clsrk. Trained by W. Hojan. Second Rare SelllnK steeplechase. About two miles. Por four-yeir-olds and upward. Turse K0. Pin. Horse. Wt Jockey. St. PI. 1" Infidel II 1ST..nyers s Earl Thistle... tr. Crawford... 4 -lt Son King 15.. Allen - 1-i 4 Pint Out m..CsmptKll.. 1 -i Time i:ZL&. Start rood. Won easily. Winner, b. g.. by Radford Miss Mathewe. Owned by -J. E widner. Trained by J. II. Lewis. Third Race The Red Cross Handicap. One mile. For three-year-olds and upward. Purse r.oo. Fm. Horse. Wi Jockey. St. Hi Hllppery Kim. 100.. Walls .... 1: Holllster Si: Huxlon . . J-I0 llondsre 107 .Rodriauex.. & I Frsnklln l..ThurbT. . Il l f Jusiiu' au' Bout t7..Knsnr .... 9 t Sasin ins..Xolnn . . . :i Time I -17 :. Stan rood. Won drivlnir. Winner, br. r.. hy Ranrockbarn Scha'.be. Owred by Woodlsnd Stock Farm Trained by It. A. Smltb. Fourth Race The Mohawk. Selllnr For thre-year-olos. mre :.us guaranteed. Fin. Horse. Wt. Jockey. St. pj 1' Wyoming Elisor 4 . S Elmendorf ... 10..Schufger... ... 10,.Lunsford .. 1 4 Kg.,,." i e"aaa4J C 1.3 S , 10..Lyke 1110 i Sweep Up II... ltH..31cAte... 15 Time i:J5 1. sian good, won eaellr. Winner, ch. e.. by ltrrn Mawr Star of the Wist. Owned by R. T, Wilson, Jr. Trained by T. J. Healy. Fifth Race One mile. Clsrmlnr. For three ?aar olds and upward, I'urse IO0O. Fin. Horse. Wt. Jockey. St. PI. 1 Dan 11S..O Preece.. 11 i : Peckmate .. .. no. .Bell ... 1 3 Pleas'! Drrsms. lot. .Callahan .. t Harry Shannon, l(W..Schut'rer, . S S-: 5 Benefactor . ... M..S3nd 7 l i 6 Nlrel 104. Like 1 :-5 Square Set.. . lM-.McIntyre... 40 IS TV n. a 1 -ft A K tl.r. ,nnH Wnn . i I .- Wlnntr, h. g.. 'by Ilryn Mawr Margaret t! uwnea Dy -i. it. outbvc. j.rujneu oj n, iv. Ual). SUth Race-riTe furlonra For old maiden fillies, I'urso Sb0. Fin. Hor. Wt. Jockey. 1 War Kiss )14..nuxton .... : Minuet lH. Ensor 1 Shady lit.. Robinson.. 4 Catspaw U4..Lyke I Marion nolllna lit. .Huff tloldrale llt.Ttoiler .... 7 Vesper Hour... lit. .A. Collins.. 5 Beltle Bluff.... 114. .Williams... 1 Rose licsyes... H4..Loraas 10 Troniperise .... I14.,).unsford .. two-year. Bt. PI. 20 I 11 E S-10 10.5 0-5 IS 4 , SO 20 , 9-1 2 IS IS I 10 10 11 6 10 :s s 12 S 21 S 30 10 I 11 Hero lias HI. .rairbrothor Several hundred soldiers were treated to some fine swimming races, under the auspices of ths New York A. C, yester day at the opening of the new pool at Camp Mills. In the 300 yard Invitation swim Lieut I.udy Longer of Camp dor don, Georgia, defeated Leo Olnbel of the uiouei ottne .ar.es: 'rlvntc A. (.' New York A. C. The summaries 12 Yard Bwlm Won by I fiault. Headquarters Company, Misty-fourth Infantry: I'rltate Jnmes Trahey, Camp .il,- MoAnn.lt Pnrnnp.l If 1' tnt,n...n 'J! I Quartermaster's Corps, third. Time, 23 3-5 rcnnil SO Yard Swim Won by Private II, J. Priystalskl, Company li. Fiftieth In. fantryr Field Clerk W. A. Stephen, Head, quarters Company, second; Private J, C. Korns, Company II, Fiftieth Infantry, third. Time, 1:01 l-tf. 100 Yard Swim (Invitation) Won by Lieut. Ludy .Lancer. Camp Gordon. Qsorgla: Leo Glebsl. New Tork A. C, aoc ond. Tims, till 1.1. ' ... , i line i :iv aiun livuii. non urivinf w - - neepsnrnu nay Muronolitan il'dir Cu I'l.i.r.Vi. . r t. ; Winner, b. t. ' by Stsr Shoot-Sweet Mr- ('O)IR KAKI.V FPU (IIIOI) I ISIIIN'O. M 't1i c ,;;i r ' Ml''S: ,?JZ.A M'romUr' Tr"Wd flAfl I fin I from Wreck l.ead daily ' uu!' BS.a I T axrrtT7T TJTarPT nrfurT 1 ' ' - - rant, tleo W W ion i-aiirr.vii,'.iiiii-inuiurr,i.i nutnn Vn i..i. i xiAiitxxiXb onnia tiuiiiixitj. i ,,.( t ri roi it a,-.. t. TENN1B. TITLE FOB ARNOLD. Defeats Landau (or Champtonshtp of Snlllvan County, Sptdal DeipoJcA to Tats Sox. MxnuisrwoLO, N. T., Aug. 19. Tho final for tho Sullivan county tennis championship and the F. B. Alexander challenge cup was played this afternoon and was won by Bridgewater Arnold, Jr., of the Orange Lawn Tennis Club. Ho defeated B. Landau of the Harlem Tennis Club In straight sou at 75, 1. 6 J. Arnold already had won the handicap competition and the doubles championship with J, A. Pitman as hU partner. Previous winners of the Indt- .,,i,i r-,. in. L wood, each twice, and A. C Swayne once. DUNDEE DEFEATS TUOHEY ON POINTS Victor Scores Knockdown in Fifth Round Little Hnssell i Stops Murphy. Johnny Dundee, the eminent Italian highland fling dancer, was compelled to execute some of the liveliest gyrat ' '- c" t night at the Armory A. A. Jersey City, in the course of an eight round bout with Tommy TouheV. red headed Paterson Flash. ""nice won tne nout on points, but I f er tho final e ong had sounded ho knew ho hail attended the circus. Dundee landed the greater number of blown, and he scored a clean knockdown "In tho fifth session with as pretty a right cross as ever landed on a boxer's jaw. Tuohey opened a cut over Dundee's Mt . ?. h th round and the crlm- Eon incKiea aown tne Italian s raco ana made n good target for the Jeraeyn-nn to shoot at. Tuohey was eager to get toe to toe and exchange wallops with his opponent, and several times hr was accommodated. Dundee found the Jer seymah too strong at that style of mill ing and usually used his feet after a dozen thumps had been exchanged. Both men were on their feet, flailing away for dear life, when the gong ended the contest. The semifinal, which brought out two flyweights. Mickey rtussoll of Jersey City and Frankle Murphy of New Haven, was a sensational battle. Russell was thumped alt over tho ring in the fourth and was nearly done for in the fifth, when his seconds tossed In the sponge. The bout marked the end of Charley Doessereck's management of the club. ROD AND HIGH WATKB FOB. LOCAL ANOLKIIS FltOM AUGUST 20 TO AUOUST 34. Pandr Hook Princess Jamaica flav nnwnviN line iiormnori imy uuiii) Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. August 20 0:49 7:12 n.M 7 17 7-34 7:57 Aucust21.. .. 7:39 SOR 7 44 8:0.1, B.24 8:45 Ausust 23 . .. 8 27 8 43 8.3 8 '48 0.12 0 38 Aturustaa.. .'. 0:1.", OJS 9.-J0 9 40 10:00 10:20 Alixust 24. . .. 1002 102.) 10.07 10 38 10'47 Alurunt 25 lO-.H-t HIS 10-67 11-20 11:37 Weakfluli ln Worst Way. i IVAHbe.h mrm Mtlnc In thm WnMl ff,T. the channel so railed between Rockaway ' ""d Manhattan beaches. On sundsy nearly vii emirr jihirica iinjr ucri u.iifu iiiciv and the weskflsh echools were ho larre one boat, according tn Fred Boetel of Canarsle, took 108 fish. Boat calchea arted from E.0 to 100 nsh. Those anglers fishing the early morning high tide yeaterday did not do so wall as those who nshsd the previous night, but thiy hrouarht In weakfleh wolghlng from four 10 ten pounds each, some boatfi re turning with from half dozen to a dozen and a half fish. ' '.Fall Flounders at Tt'recU Lead. On gunday list st Wreck Lead at the point of tha west ber In the motor boat Thirsty. Capt, Henry Schanfer. anglers caught the Drat flounders of the season, ln the boat were John Klein, Otto Knoedler, II. Ilochllng and Fred Wall and aon. niarkflsh and umall grayflah were also taken. The grayflah. according to A, f-chloss, mate of the Thirsty, will be smoked for use at a futur dinner. "They are just aa tasty as smoked sturgeon," says rjchloss. Iluke at Rockaway Dell Uuoy. Fisherman In the Nnutlleua. Capt. Joe Stefano, fishing near Itockaay bell buoy last Saturdny. caupht from Ave to fourteen good sized nuke each, M, Majer ot 50) Ocean View avenue, Woodhaven. was high hook with fourteen fish. The Thorntons Pishing at Block Island. Mr. and Mm, Arthur Thornton of Rrook llli on Saturday started for lilock Island tn spend a two weeks vacation flshtng. Just before he left Mr. Thornton wrote to THE SUN: "You ought to see tha Im- riedlmenta! baa-s that won't shut, .keys est, fishing rods tied up with umbrellas and one ban filled with sinkers, Ac, weigh ing a ton A New Yorker's Kiprrtenee tilth Shark. Ono Sunday recently I fished at Spar Iluoy No 4. a short row from Klein's float, Hergen Beach, and fifteen minutes after I anchored 1 landed two fluke, tislng iiiom bunker bait. The lluke would not glance nt klllles, let alone take them. Then I cot a strike uhlrh carried away sinker, hooks. leader and about twenty I feet of line Afterward there waa nothing .1-, , . V. . , .nn, Tk.n T .1 rl f I Bn,l ' got onotner airiae. mu iimr i piyeu uui nun nn in,ti . v-... Kit Binwiy until uio lie, a,a.v ,u ", e.,--B 1 line bkbiii, I nlaveil the flsh In this way for some time and at last got the flan near the sur face. I had a shark about six feet In KOI) AM) GITS'. SKA BASS. BLACKrian AND POROIES. STR. BOHEMIAN! t'auy exo. ,-vion. a "ri.. 8 A.M i Bun., Capt. Plage, SHAMROCK Zli-SIF Deep Sc Fishin? Grounds , Slearlnga, deptha. dlatancea How to reach all the ismoui grounds, in tackle 1 .nr,l or mailed by I Knowlaon .t Muller. Hagle Bids,. Brooklyn. HAAS WANS HAMI. A A KM NOTICE. Thura., Sat., Ron. Josephine leVM Dunne's Dock, rapt. Bert. n s ilfcinv Dally t. Dunnes Dock. n. t.w" Sheepshead. Bun.. 6:10, II1IDIIC O Pnrcpsneaa, 3in., A. M., from Dunne's Dock SF.I.M ADA "? ?L"J"! r: rival newapaper irain ana flret trolley K 20 dilly exc Mon and Frl. Fare. Inc. halt. II SO. CABMAN ft DIlXTON'. him it luc Ali nrirt.fivu ATI! aTIIE-l Vnl Dally, "i A. M, M . J . R . i I i . v1 AH a"MP.LIsl funday. 6 A. M Kellermsn, S0.W lit ay., laith T1 Mel Vneu u Ol las sslsiVI II Cnp, j, Miirtln, lilffe fo . li H . 521 Uroadwst Tarale ViST- f..u avii miikk 'i m - vvi-fr TTTv Klrtlanrt's. MChamlicrsst Ti f,,,.. ,;',,!JlT; mI D ITD V from Hammer's Dock. HTi""''-"?, -AX?'' -i3 PKldlers. ' 1) 1 1 A U L I exc. Mon. A Frl, 41 ' "Siiry, i"-. ' tJiaaiiiera st N,j ,.I " INOHULLL raln. Pun . f. 23 train, epe. '.'.,"!; L T''l- 1S5 IMs- HK. BASS IM)ltilKS.u-1ro!rt .vs. 1 A. M. dally Hheeos, eaa nay, uapt rwrege. bl 1 P M d'llli, Sunday I A. M. nlalUU Finest Boat. Fastest. Comfort. Osborn Pock, Sheepshead Day. WeakOshlng. Messenger t'ler, canarsle launches with guide and bait. II a trip. t-.i iail Cenarale. Slaa-en A Bnherfa r, - , ... . V GtOrle M. i'e, ft?' Sun.. S-.25 trnln Fare, bait A war lux. 11.05. i ROSE R.II. 1 ; from CHnttiu, 1 A M n T PKanrtKRN HT ELMAR K, HISS BLAt'lkKIMI. Lsavea Shsepahtad Bay, A. M, dally., Oils It A 11. AUTOMOBII.r KXCIIANOE. WANTKD ACT08 FOR CASH. Bring up to door and, ''Caen In." Jandorf, llsl Druwlwsty. nesur Hth Bt, Telephone, Circle, 1474, 1 ' '" MURPHY TRIUMPHS BEFORE HOME FOLK rilots Directum J. to Victory in Grand Circnit Pace at Ponghkcopsic. PocaitKxxrsre, N. Y Aug. 13. Spir ited racing marked the opening day ot the Grand Circuit races at Poughkeepsle. Directum J., piloted by Tommy Murphy of this city, won "Tho Belmont," 2:05 pace. The i;0t pace, with five starters, pro vided the best race of tho afternoon, with a driving finish every heat Baxter Lou won the first heat, Ben All the sec ond and Hal Boy tho third. Ben All took the race by winning the extra' heat In a close finish. 1 Lliile March, Baron Atta and Betsy, Hamlin won heats ln the 2:07 pace, the extra heat and race going to Betsy Hnm lln. The 2:10 trot, the only trotting' event of the day, went to Iord Htout In straight heats. The summaries: 1:07 pace: purse. 11,000; three heats: Betsy Hamlin (Cox) .1 4 Baron Atta (Bows) 4 1 Ltesle March (Lawrence) 1 1 I 1. 1 it t I 1 ro 4 roi nudllcht (Murphy) 3 5 June Bur (Herry) t 3 Comsewosue Hal also started. Tim. 2:05. ;-.0S. JrCtVt. ::07U. 'in ueimont i:re pace; purse, 11.000: mree neats: Directum J. (Morphy) Ill Little Datlsts (Cox) 3 11 Mary Itnsellne rrr (Vslentlna) . . ! 1 4 Walter Cochata (Maple) 4 4 1 Klwsrd P. (Lr) i G ( Time, 1:04H 1:04. l:0Stt. 1:10 trot; purse, 11,000; three heats: Lord Stout (A. Stout).., Ill North Spur (Cm) 1 1 1 Bell Stanford (Ualstead) Ill Wlnnatom (Murphy) 4 4 4 Opera Eipreaa and Sllvermlne distanced In the first hest. Time. l:09W, 3:1114. 1:09. . 8:04. pace; purse. 11.000; three heats: ;"-n aii immani 4 Pitman) 4 1 1 1 il' ""i fJI"Wy.... 1 1 2 I ro ' . 7.X"u(;;,Tn',ne' i 1 l-eter o. (Snow) ..."!!! i 4 ro Time, 1:04H. i:0M. liOCU, 1:01. MAY PLAY 1 iv snnms. Boston, Aug. 19. Four members of the Boston American League team have receivea permission from their draft 1 boards to play ln the world series, narry Fracee announced to-night. The players are Harry Hooper, Amos Strur.k, Everett sscoii ana jonn sicmnis. TUNNIS AT HOUTIf AMPTOIV. PouTifAMrroK, I i Aug. 19. Play In the Invitation tennis tournament of the Meadow Club, scheduled for to-day. will be started on Wednesday, with LJndley Murray In the field. GUN NEWS WHICH Island J'olnt Iyimlon A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 7 is a-nn 10:12 10.29 8-2H 8-41 e-v, 822 u:no 11 17 014 9:30 R-53 9:10 11.4.1 12 01) U.1S 10 2t M 4U :30 12132 12 S3 10 45 11 m 11 Ob 10:27 1I:')Q 11. IB ;? 'ii . 1 IU 11 33 M II It 1 42 II U 'jl 12M7 length. Having no raff 1 i-as ln a dilemma. 1 drifted back past eral poats. non of which had n raff 1 mi unch towing rowboat. and .lihon,', the man had no gaff they di1 hi nravy noole attached to a strong line. Or or the men rowed over tn mv Ai , the hook In the shark'a mouth and pulled tho flsh .to the launch. Having no uae for the fish I gave It to them. PrL..-,n to Brren Island I found no nsh biting and I rowed back to Hiiov 4 anchored and lost two more rig.. Anuthtr e.rlke brought mo another shark with ih same- trouble nd no gaff. I hailed a boat with eight or ten men on bosrd, asked them 1( treay had a gaff, they had. but would uot stop. They said. "Vank It Into the boat." 1 want no shark In a ruwbeat wnn me. I auppose theso men when ihey returneil from their trip said "fishing ws no good." but they would not help to rid tho bay of these pests. Another boat, horn ever, cime nlong iind they put to death shark number two, r v .v''.u!!,k'n downs of dogfish (grayflah), but this la my first experience with shsrke Ihey are a cowardly flsh after the first au or set-en minutes NEW TORKKIt New Tork, Aug. 18, One More! Oh, Evelyn and Rosabel!. I've a!tvas stood by you' Our sc-ren though, X never te ; lou both to me sre true A many rsirnrs I hove drnnk In your sweet company Upon the icvente-n Fathom Itaik. Far out upon the esa, U'.".Ma Bar" l sign That I too often "nip": 10 1 drink one more Is m deslrn. Po nere she goes." to Skip' ARTHUR THORNTON. ROD AND C1CN. Capt. Joel dally exc Mon & Frl.. 1:11. Sunday 7 A M. from Ray-nor-s rev Tlnrl- -.-.... gnal. Freeport. CAPT. JOB RAYXOK. WekflsMtTg IlaegerT Launches. 18 n trip. inc. shrimp. Telephone iot c.n.riiV Catching big flsh now. Fred boe"-! STEEPLECHASE PIER J-?" , Weak. Fluke and Dlack Fish Island now running. gr,a riiinuri "J u. Runoay s . ...... ..,mQ ijya OUANE Sffls- Cnnarale 7 AM. Bring War Zone Paaa VEL0CITYi?K,l,r- Monday. (, ' Bheepahead Bay Bill SUBh.M AMERICA gh-.hyn ja. Fishing Tackle and Bait MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX Ahen-minhle A Vtf-h , . . ."""yp St Tsrkle onlr. "''t Tscile Depot, 1717 1st sr No halL watlsrk. Fidillers. iiiimnitia, in ay., iH-ar listh Hsunatin. Jiitm. 171 w iuta lleclier, 1: H Stth st. Tel Murrey itmi .e-. itrosowsir, Arasterdtra sr. tti Brown' 1715 Aud. Hrunner, Wash Mkt.' Tel.74M Oor't. IhlSiL'tJ Coe. Aleua, 17 W 12(th ,t. T,c"l- oni?"" DeiKit. :i7 at sr mnror. -inos. j.. .inMi .t n-.-..,.. . :" t-roolt. J B, am ay. 4M . --......t - - ..itii- oniv , Tackle oaly. Darrss. I.. Jr .lac .ITS W 1!S Fre.lm.tetbVlt. Dnegt, H ).. Co., til BVay. I HirtA tni , .,n .rtK- i.s I SJX. n V " VI. ..V'.. '? Bryant. ' f.SaVnWri'. 2l Sth ay S. ' tii.., i ano i ... 'i.ll Horhgrsef.'l... J7 K ,llh ii-ie S' n.T'Ckl' iy. I.,15., Tele bait,' It. of L. Both .lit- 104 Sth ar . cr llftsenbsuin, 262-SCS IS. IU. Srhebler. Frank Co. 110 1'srk Bit No hilt nrnoTBiiuiii. I'eu ...itv, oiij 11 frsy. a K.I. Schubsch A Hos, SOU Id sy. Fiddlers rtslt t!i StecnhcKk. H , UM fd sr. Tackle snd hill Vom note. E.. ft Co.. It: rnlton sti x?1 L.t Vendras. W, 1IM 1st sy, Tackle and halt 1 Von Ienrerte A PetijinM, ton f.th ay v,"'h.i Walr.O .171) 1st ay..nr.lWi st S3C7 Ore', SSed fJIl BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN Abraham A Strau, Pultcn st. Tatkle only Conirn, A , 111 drand st Tel. 30IS Stsn: Diierln? I- Co 651 I.llfrty sr . nr. Sciirnvk ar Klnssti-n, 14H Fulton st TMt Iledfnnl ' Kiimnier. 1TS7 1'ultnn t . Held sr im Itclfnrd Frederick ft Co. Fulton l Tkle ,,ni Msrslera. 1 !' . tl Court t Tel 11-5 jtai 7' Krhsef. 1S FMtbn.h av T, , sterllnT' yiete. Wm Its Flurnlnr ay Tel 4,io si... Vpeh-ierer 1" Mrrtle ay T.I 41? W nd, 5" NEWARK AND OUT OF TOWN AeVer. n. O.. Pewsren. N. J. Dslt. Blumenetetter, Pita's Inindlng, Ttockaway PL niganard, 60 Ttsak st., rwrk. KS1 Ukt. Bait Mmlng, IS Ferry st..Newsrk, Bait. Tel. 1254 Mkt. Iptctt IT. mi Uostgvmtry si. Jersey Cutr. Tel i'lL ,TX- in. i It I