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Doe Ayers itrone rlgbt arm guided the
IvxiUonala to an easy 7 to 0 victory over
"the Detroit Tigers yesterday afternoon.
I making It three in a row and at the same
1 .7 tine dropping the Jungaleers to third
- place and obtaining lor vvaihington a
, firmer grasp on the top rung of the lad
Detroit was simply outclassed, beaten
In such an emphatic manner as to leave
go room for doubt as jo why the Grin-
I men are leaaing ine American wagiie.
The visitors, Tielped swell the Kauonals
i un total oy commnunjr lour errors.
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home tallies, but with all this there
i V never was a time yesieraay wnen me
- Tigers-looked dangerous.
. Howard Shanks continued his brilliant
work by scoring the first run with a
sacrifice fly and following this up In the
fifth i by unbuckling a home-run, driving
the ball over High's dome to the center-
H field fence. '
It was Ayers' introduction to the Tigers
and he looked even better against them
than he did against the other Western
clubs. Jennings several times ordered
his men to lay down bunts on the big
pitcher.' but even this bit of strategy
CroTrd Is Noisy One.
There was a big. noisy crowd on hand.
The fans wanted to get a good look at
the American League leaders. At no
time this season has the rooting been so
Intense and spontaneous as was in evi
dence yesterday. The encouraging
shouts from the multitude spurred Griff's
young players to do their "durndest" and
the club looked like the greatest aggre
Ifanager Jennings sent in three hurlers.
Mark Hall started and lasted five innings.
Myies Main tolled for two frames, and
Reynolds pitched the eighth. Runs were
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men to face him. but High clubbed to
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WASHINGTON vs. DETROIT at 2:45 P. M.
to everj' purchaser of any of our many makes of men's shoes, up to 2:45 p. m. TOD AYi (time of game). Among these shoes are
the following makes of famous trade-mark, guaranteed shoes, that sell at the same prices the worltf over.
The CRADDOCK Shoe ... Price, J3.50 & $4.00
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The tickets given with these 'shoes will be good for any regular scheduled game on the home grounds during the. entire season.
Remember, boys, the team has always been a record-breaker on the road. Let's send them off on their first Western trip with
a final win and an enthusiastic farewell that will spur them for the days that must elapse before they are back with us again. We
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deep left field and in attempting to
stretch the blow Into a home run, he
was caught at the plate by a perfect re
lay. Shanks. McBrlde. to Henry.
The Nationals carried the fight right
into the camp of the enemy by giving
Doc Ayers a two-run lead in the final
half of the opening chapter. Moeller hit
the first ball pitched, driving it to the
scoreboard. He 'stumbled and fell as
he was rounding first baseand a per
fectly good triple was spoiled, as Dan
could get no farther than second base.
Foster walked, and when Milan laid
down a pretty bunt. Moeller dashed
over to third and Foster was safe at the
mldrtatlon. dandll was passed, filling the
bases. Shanks hoisted to High. Moeller
coming home on the catch. Morgan
singled past Morlarty. scoring Foster.
McBrlde fanned .for the third out
, Ray Morzan drew a walk to start the
Nationals'-fourth. and stole second base.
McBrlde and Henry both died, but Ayers
came through with, his only hit of the
game, a rip-snorting single past Morlarty,
After two had gone In Washington a
fifth, Gandll doubled and crossed the
plate ahead of Shanks, who banged to
the center field fence for & clean home
Ilmll la Taken Out.
Jennings at this stage decided that
Hall was through for the day and Main
was on the mound when Washington
came to bat In the sixth. Moeller got a
life In the seventh when a dinky roller
filtered through Moriarty's props. Dan
swiped second and. went to third when
Stanage threw poorly to Kavanaugh.
Foster walked and Milan grounded to
Kavanagh. who pegged to Burns In
Plenty of time to retire the runner, but
Burns dropped the ball. Moeller scamp
ered heme on the error.
Reynolds was nominated to twirl the
Washington eighth and, like his prede
cessors, he was not allowed to depart
unscathed. Henry worked Reynolds for
CONTINUED OK PAGE SINE.
SEVENTH STREET STORE ONLY
but we want that game today
JOE WOOD, TWIRLING
Was Wild in the First Inning, but In
proved as the Game
Boston, May 27. Pitching his. first full
game of the year, Joa Wooe", beat the
Naps today. E to t He nassed three men
In the first Inning, but after that had no
difficulty In finding the plate. Toward
the latter part of the game his speed In
creased and he seemed to be back In
his old-time form. In "the eighth the
Naps pounded" htm severely, but Joe
Wood kept his nerve to the end. The
Red Sox knocked Hagerman out of the
box In the third, Steen taking hi place.
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B0HL0T SMASHES AVT0 BEC0BD.
Special to Tsa Washington Herald.
Indianapolis, Incu, May 17. A new
track record was made at the Motor
Speedway today when Bolllot the
French driver, covered the two and one
half miles in 1 JO.li, a speed of approxi
mately 100 miles an hour. The record
was made during the elimination speed
trials for Saturday's SOO-mlle race.
BIKE BACES STABT NOV. 21.
Bprdal to The 'Wsshinoton Herald,
New York. May 27. The six-day bicy
cle race this year will be held In Madi
son Square Garden, November II to a,
which Is much earlier than usual.
; and Root
for the Team
Monday, the team came within striking distance of
First Place in the Pennant .Race by defeating Hughey
Jennings' Detroit Tigers Tuesday they copped First
Place yesterday they added another game and TODAY
why TODAY every loyal fan in town that can get there
will be out to the old ball park rooting for the home team.
The Home of BERBERICH is going to help swell the
crowd by giving
6E0KET0WN IS VICTOR
OYER GALLAIIDET TEAM
Kendall .Green Boys Force HUltoppers
to Play Air-tight
ROCKWELL PLATS GREAT GAME
Georgetown defeated Gallaudet yester
day on the Hilltop. 4 to 2. but not until
the boys from Kendall Green had demon
strated that 'they were wonderfully
strong on the defense.
Hagsrtymounted the rubber for the
Blue and Gray and twirled a good game,
holding the losers to no runs and no hits
during the first eight innings. In the
final turn at bat, however, Gallaudet
rallied and Rendall broke Into the hit
column with a single to right Rockwell
followed with a double into the right
field stands, and a moment later both
scored on an error by Weems and a
Rockwell played a sensational game at
short, and besides making a clever run
ning catch. Initiated two successful dou
ble plays at opportune times.
.Weems featured with a home run In
the second Inning, driving a homer
around the circuit, ahead of him. Score:
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Time of fims 1 hoar and S5 rnlnotes.
TALE TEHHIS TEAM LOSES.
Special to The Washington Herald.
Princeton. N. J- May 17. The Prince
ton tennis team defeated Tale her to
day with six matches to nothing. Rain
Interrupted the meet and the last three
matches were called oft.
WITH ATTY PITCHING,
GIAJH-S DEFEAT CUBS
Two of New .York's Runi Are
Scored as Results of
Bprdal to To Wsaolnston Herald.
Chicago, May 27. The Giants, Mathew
son pitching, took an easy gam from the
Cuba, I to 1, today. 'The locals scored In
the second on Phelan's triple, and an
out In the fourth,, Merkle's single, and
triple by Bnodgraas gave the Giants
their first run. Burns walked In the
fifth. took third on Bresnahan'a wild
throw, and was sacrificed home. Meyers'
bit a fumble by Williams, and Beschera
sacrifice accounted for the visitors' third
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Nationals Start Trip
Leading the League
Griffmen Leave for Boston This Evening Jennings
Praises the' Nationals
ali TOGETHER, NOW. BOTS.
Cp st the top-fotnj; North.
Tb Griffmea lesrs todsj.
Tbs nnt back bnr. stajlat Soath.
IXars a hnnca tbay'r there to sur.
"You've sot to hand It to Grlff-lf his
club keeps on playing the kind of base
ball are have seen here the past three
dais, the Nationals will win the Ameri
can League pennant In a 'walk." said
Manager Hughey. Jennings, of the De
troit Tigers, last night.
"Washington Is playing Just the kind
of ball they did on that sensational trip
through the West two years ago. Griff s
pitchers seem to be In great shape, the
men are hitting at the right time, and
we have -looked like a poor ball club In
comparison; howetcr. Cobb will be back
soon, and when we next come to Wash
ington a different story may be told."
George Morlarty and other members
of the Detroit club spoke complimentary
of Pitcher Doc Ayers.
"We thought he would be wild, but
he fooled us. and kept the ball right
over the plate all the time. He had
plenty of "stuff" on it. too. Griff seems
to be as lucky as Connie Mack In pick
ing up promising young ball players.
especially pitchers." vouchsafed Morlarty.
For the final game of the Detroit se
ries here this afternoon, Jim Shaw will
be on the mound for the Nationals and
will oppose George Dauss, who, with
Dubuc, Is regarded as the best fllnger
In Jennings' stable. Dauss has always
caused the Griffmen a lot of trouble.
Every member of the Grlmthlan squad,
with the exception of Eddie AInsmlth.
will be taken along when the team
boards the Federal Express for Boston
this evening. Manager Griffith has re
duced his pitching staff to eight men. and
It Is expected that this number of hurlen
will be found with the club all season.
For utility purposes Griff has Wall!
Smith, Joe Gedeon. and Acosta.
EchaefQr and Nick Altrock will accom-lto
pany the team, of course. It Is ex-1
pected that AInsmlth will be able to
again take up the catcher's duties' while
the team Is In the West, and he will
Join his mates Just as soon as he can be
of use to the club.
That relay of Shanks and McBrlde In
the first Inning was a work of art. Little
Hughle High hit a cunlng liner over
Shanks' head, and the ball sailed all the
way to the bleachers In left field. High
1 fast, and he sprinted around the base
paths at a great clip. Shanks recovered
the ball In fine stjle and shot It true to
McBrlde. Without a second's hesitation,
"Mac" wheeled and cut loose with the
pHL It was a perfect throw, asrd even If
it had not been High had no chance in
the world to touch the horqe plate, for
GAYETY TO HAVE BASEBAIX.
At the Gayety oil summer the baseball
results will be reproduced In every de
tail on the Nokes" Electrascore while the
Nationals are abroad. It Is Just like
watching the game, every play being vis
ible. Boston vs. Washington, so come
and see the Nationals win. Careful at
tention has been given In the selections
of mechanics to operate the board, being
men well posted In the rules and regu
lations of of the game. Smoking per
mitted. .Admission 10c and 20c.
BROWN BEATS PRHH3ET0N.
Princeton, N. J., May 27. Brown de
feated Princeton here today by a score
of 10 to i. The Tigers failed to show the
form displajed when they won from
Michigan last week. They fell an easy
prey to the superior batting of the visi
Batteries-LambertoD. Wall and Salmon; Henry
and Hasleton. Umpires Messrs, Sternberg and
COMPLETE STATISTICS OF
Waabiarton. I; Detroit. 0.
Boston. 5: Clereland, .
Philadelphia. 1: St. Louts, L
(Called In fifth; rain.)
ChicsfOiXew Tori Bain.
GAMES SCHKDDLED TODAV.
Datroir st Washington.
St. Louis st Philadelphia.
j Chicago at New York.
Cterelasd it Boston.
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CLASSIC ENGLISH DERBY . ,
TO DTJftYEA'S DUNBAR H
Only American-Owned Horse in the Race at Epsom
Downs Is First Yankee Winner of
the Event in Seven Years
Y0UHG CABLE 0FEBAT0E
WINS $20,000 ON DEEBY
North Sydney, Nova Scwtla,
May 37 Trro dollars tavealetl la
pool la the Easrllsh Derky vrott
tZOfiOO for William C. Towxwemd,
a tTTrnrr-tliree-year-oIa cable
operator la the North Sydney of
fice today. Towrsueaal drew Dur
bar II. the outsider, which, wot
(he race. ' f
Epsom. England, May 27. Durbar II,
the only American owned hone that ran.
won the classic Derby .at Epsom Downs
today, defeating the cream of the untisn
Carrying the green and white colors
of II. B. Duryea, Durbar II ran a
brilliant rare, finishing amidst a burst
of applause, in which King George,
Queen Mary, and other members of the
royal family joined.
H. Cholmondeley s Hapsburg ran sec
ond, and IL J. King's Peter the Hermit
Other Sporting News
EVERY GBHTMAK STARS.
AVERS Great pitching, holding
Tigers to five hits and shutting
them out. Also made a base hit.
HENRY Scored one run; held
Ayers up In line style and block
ed the plate from hostile run
ners. GAXDHV-Had perfect day at bat.
scored a run. made a sacrifice hit
and saved McBrlde an error by
MORGAN Made a base hit In first
round, which scored a run and
later scored run after he had
MeDniDE Connected for a single,
and played a fine defensive
game, nipping Burns and High
at piste with lightning throw.
FOSTER Scored one of the seven
runs made by the Nationals and
made a nice catch of MeKee's
foul fly in the sixth.
SHAK!I Had busy day afield.
catching five flies; started relay
getting man at plate; hit sacri
fice fly scoring run In first round
and sent Gandll home with a cir
cuit punch In the fifth.
MILA Made sacrifice hit and
pulled nice catch of Kavanaugh's
MOELLER Connected for double
and scored two of the runs
credited to th- Nationals.
BEXTLEY Fore 3d Sam Crawford
to hit weakly to Morgan when
High was on third waiting to
John Henry had the rubber most effectu
John Henry was a trifle high-minded
In the second round, and but- for fast
work by McBrlde the Tigers would hae
scored a run. Bums was on third when
Morlarty, who was on first, attempted
steal. There were two out at the
time, and Henry made the full throw
In order to snuff out George at see-
ond. Morgan was playing the bag and
McBrlde was backing up. The ball came
high and passed over Morgan's head.
McBrlde, standing about Hie feet behind
second, took the ball and by a quick
peg. threw Burns out at the plate. This
was the second Tiger runner who died
at tne home base In as many innings.
Jack Bentley again pitched one inning
ana again ne was not scored upon. High
singled to center and was allowed to
steal second and third, but Crawford
could not bring him In. the heavy hitting
uuuinuer senaing a grounder which Mor
gan manipulated to Gandll.
CONTINUED O.V PAGE NINE.
TO H0ID TTTT.Tl MEET.
The track athletes of Washington and
Baltimore will have an opportunity to
meet in the field events to be given at
v.nesapeaice Beach on June 2i under the
auspices ot the Ancient Order of Hibern
ians of "Washington and Baltimore. These
games will be run under the A. A. U.
sanation, and will consist of five races:
ICO-yard handicap. 4W-yard handicap.
1,000-yard handicap, and a three-mile
handicap. -There will also be a bojs' re
lay race, open to boys attending Catho
FIGHTERS RECEIVE SHARES.
Special to The Washlajton Herald. '
New York. May 27. The receipts of the
Willie Ritchie-Charley White fight hela
last night in Milwaukee were only JK.600.
according to a telegram received here
today from Tom Andrews, who pro
moted the fight. Ritchie got his S10.C00
guarantee .and SSOO for expenses, and
White got 2?t4 per cent, of P.2S5.
THE MAJOR LEAGUES.
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Cincinnati, t; Philadelphia, s.
Boston. ?; St. Louis, f.
Brooalrn Ptttaburih Rain.
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New York st Cbirago. '
,. Philadelphia, si Cincinnati.
' Boston at St. LoUs.
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favorite, failed to get In the money.
A brilliant crowd of record breaking
size witnessed the race, while more than
3.000 policemen and detectives kept a
vigilant watch to prevent militant suf
fragettes from spoiling the race as they
had threatened to do.
King George took the defeat of his. horse
Brakespeir philosophically, saying: "It's
part of the game."
The start of the race was delayed
owing to the fractious behavior of
Kennymore, which was'ridden by Frank
O'Neill, an American jockey.
The weather was brilliant and the track
Durbar IL was an outsider, the book
makers laying odds of 20 to 1 against
him. The odds on Hapsburg were 33 to
I. and the odds on Peter the Hermit were
100 to 1.
Durbar IL was" ridden by Jockey Mac
Gee, an American boy, who rode a bril
liant race, winning by three lengths.
The earlier odds on Durbar II. had
been 25 to 1. but as post time approached,
the bookmakers thought less or the
American horse's chances, and length
Durbar was the first American-owned
horse to win the Derby since Richard
Crokers Orby won It In 1997.
BELMONT FEATURE TO
Favorite Masquerader Finishes Second
in Juvenile Stakes Shannon River
Takes the Steeplechase.
LARGE CROWD IS ON HAND
New York,, a rank outsider, at 12 to 1,
defeated the Masquerader In the Juve
nile, the feature event of the second
day's racing at Belmont Park track.
Marlon IL. after making the pace aU the
way. gave way to Hauberk and the fa
orite in the stretch, but the former won
handily. The Masquerader was quoted
at 3 to S and found many backers at that
Shannon River had a fight before he
won the steeplechase from Orowoc and
Free and Easy. The last named made a
couple of bad Jumps, but finally caught
his stride and pushed the winner to the
last quarter, where Orowoc beat blra for
A crowd of perhaps S.C0O persons was
on hand for the second day's racing.
The betting conditions of yesterday were
continued and "within the law" specula
tion was brisk.
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J half faiianr. Forrcast. 10S (Sun.t(r). 'i to 1. I to
i. itch, won: iTerroc. its (Fairbrotfctr). S to I.
J to L to S. Mcond: Frsrock. US (Butvtll). J3
iv.mii.9u2, uuro. Tim. saJZ-a. Al Ktarvs,
Rains Maldra, Toaa Star. Itotr. Doublet. Black
Cap and Cot. RadrU also ran.
SFOOND RACE-Stx ntrkmes; pone $3D; con
ditions: threr-rrsrolds sod Tiimsnl: handlean.
Sprit, la (Botwel!). Ztol.ttoS.ltoS. won;
Srruilboard. 117 (Datlea). S to 1, 2 to 1. rtra.
second: SoprrtnUndrat. 109 (Glass), t to 1. 5 to 2.
t to 5. thud. Time. 1-Tt FUUmoW. Churxks.
Helen Barbae, sad Aldcoarsn sbo ran.
THIRD RACE-Hsadlcap; thrre-resr-olds and up
ward: six lorlacca. Koamtr. 1M (Turner) T to 5.
S to S. out, won; Yankee Notions. IK (Brsdj). S
to Z. era. 2 to 5. second. Leo Sholnr. U7 (Woods).
uioi.sui.3toz. third. Time not taken.
Uontirsor. Ben Quince, and Decor also ran.
FOURTH RACE-JnTenUe; two-rearolda: fire for
mers. Hsnberx. 112 (Boston). E to L I to 1
I to L won. Marion H-. IK (Kedrris). 25 to L S
to 1. to 1. Kcond: The. Masquerader. US (But-
wtU). 11 to 3. out. third. Time. IffllJ. Bsrtonet,
Gsrbssr. 'Double Eas. Two Rorsla, Gloamlng.
and Duke ot Imnoar alno ran. -Acded starters.
FIFTH RtCE-StecpIechaae: three-rear-olds and
upward: alut two miles snd a hslf Shsnnon
Rirer. Is t men), eren. out. won; Orowoc, 12a
(llsyncs). 9 to 10, out. second. Free snd Esar. 122
(Corawan) 3) to l. out, taird. Time, J ti. Only
SIXTH KM tr-Tnree-Trsr-oJds snd upwsrd. one
mile. Connemara. ST (McCaner). to I. J to 1.
eren. won Merrr Tak. 115 (Turner). to I. 6 to S.
1 to 2. Pernod. Miss Csrsnsch. 95 (J. MeTsnrt).
Stol.to5.Ttol0. third. Time. HO . Msr-
raret MeW, Beetnoren. and Cafaostre1 slso ran.
MARSANS MAKES FINE
CATCH AND REDS WIN
Line Drive from LuderuY Bat, Which
Cuban Gttches, Checks Rally
by the Phillies.
Cincinnati. May 17. The Reds made it
two out of three from the Phillies, tak
ing today's contest. 8 to 6, but it took
a record-breaking stunt to turn the ic
torj. In the eighth, with two men on
the bases and three runs needed to tie.
Marsans made a sensational catch of a
line drive by, Luderus. Score:
Cincinnati. AB HO A ElPhilUes. ABHOAE
.Monnjt alls OTajkmcf i J 2 0 0
Hemwss 4 0 2 HHred.Si. J 1 2 2 0
Marsans If ...
Ames p.. ....
3 3 2 4 0 LoberMb...
5 12 3
z a o o Msgee u ...
I1SII raiath.rf ...
4 14 0 0 t.uderns.lb...
2 13 0 1 Itooln.c
0 0 0 t Bums.c
3 0 0 1 t ManhaU p.
110 10 Chabien.n .
4 2 110
4 010 2 0
3 112 0
2 0 2 10
112 0 0
0 0 0 14
2 0 0 3 1
0 0 t V 0
0 0 0 0 0 Oeschger p.
. 1 1 0 S 0
.10 0 0 4
Totals S 10 SID llliecki
0 0 0 0 l
Irelanw . .
10 0 0 0
"Ran for Clarke In the eshth.
tBatted for Marshall In the third.
IBatted for Dooin In the sbth
IBatted for Chalmen in the eighth.
Batted for Tlncup in the eighth.
Btted for Seed in tie ninth.
Cincinnati 0 3 10
.2 0 I 1 x-l
Runs-Henog. Grab (3), RobUtxeD. Bates. Clark.
Rawliugs, Paskert. Magee (2). Crarath. Derotr.
KlUifer. HIU made-OS Ames, 10 in 1 1-3 innings:
oft Benton. 2 In 1 2-3 innings; oft MsnasO, 4 In 2
innings; off Chsbnera, 3 in S innings; off Oeschger. 1
la 1 inning. Two-base hit Benton. Ssermee hits
Groh. Clsrk. Double plsr-Benog to Grab to Hob
lltatU. Struck oat-Br Ames, 4; br Marshall. 2; br
Chalmers, 1. Stolen haaes Groh. dark. First base
on bans Off Ames, 4; off Marshall. 1; off Chalmers,
3. off Oeschger, 3. Umpires Mesas. Klem and
Hart. Time of game 2 hours and T minutes.
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Cambridge. Mass., May 17. Dartmouth
hammered Fry and Hitchcock of Har
vard all over the lot, winning a. 10-to-S
game on Soldiers Field this afternoon.
The Green mad fifteen hits. Including
three doubles. WlUard. of Dartmouth,
kept the Crimson hits well scattered.
Dartmouth . 10000202 1-M IS I
Hamrd.. ... 01000001 01
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