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Nationals Get Revenge in Shigfestf&r Wednesday*s Defeat by the Yankee#
Griff men Trounce Yankees In Second Game of Series v * ' I . Nationals Get Sweet Revenge from Miller Huggins' Crew in a Slugfest, Gathering ' - 1 Fifteeir Base Knocks. ?r JOHN A. DUGAN. New York. April 25.?Baseball writers in this big town proclaimed yesterday, after the grand and glorious opening staged by the New York Yankees, that Gark Griffith* Nationals^ looked like the nineteenth club in a nine-team circuit, but these same experts of the national pastime were forced to admit that they were somewhat wrong this I afternoon at the Polo Grounds when the "Foxy Pilot's" clan put a j clean-cut victory over on the Yankees by a 7-to-5 score. It was a slug- : fesi. pare and simple/ from the word go, but Griffs tribe got their bats into working order and pounded out fifteen solid whacks for a total of seven counters, while the Yankees went to the offerings of Griff's pitchers for eleven crashes. One-half dozen artists of the hill i faced the 4.000 Gotham fans who journeyed to the Bronx heights to \ witness this second battle. Miller Huggins was not satisfied with the work of Ray Caldwell j and wished in both "Slim" Love and "Lefty" Mogridge. while Griff I opened the fray with Harry Harper. The Hackensack southpaw's slants just suited the Yanks and after one frame the Nationals' leader ordered Harper to the showers and Jimmy Shaw took up the burden. It proved touch going for the Pitts-, burgh atogle along about the fifth Inning, and Earl Ylngling. of "hold out" and American Association lame, broke in with reaults that ha hung up his initial victory of the season. Earl owe* hia flrat victory to the at*k work of Milan. Lavas. Judge. .MnsmHh and Morgah. aa thLi com bination either crashed them out in the plflch or paved the way for the Xatlonala to register at the counting block. It waa the Tennessee flyer's elnch punch In the first half of the ninth that batted across tha two tallies whlrh spelt Of feat for the Yankees, while Judge. Morgan. Ainsmith and Liivan delivered in the Jama of the pinch stuff in the early goins. The Nationals went to Caklwe I In the opening inning after one was ''own. I.avan singled and stole aec ond. but his efforts went all for nutight, as Milan and Shanks failed to come through with the punch In the second, after Judge had popped out. Morgan and Foster hit safely, but this chance was passed up when Aipsmlth was doubled into a two-ply killing on the hit and run. Frank Scbulte was called upon In the third as "a pinch hitter, but he fauned the air tor his initial time In the American' League. The -tariffmen were not to be halted as three Mows off the bats of Shot ion. l.ivan and Milan netted the flrat counter and It was not until the aixth that the real flrewoiks started that p C"d the crew from President Wil son's homo in the runnings. Shanks. Judge and Morgan followed with base blow., to open the way for the Na tional trio of counters in this Inning. Foster popped out. but Eddie Ain smith proved the guy with the wallop ns he busted through a two-base clout ihfci scored this trio of base runners. tSharrity. as a jam hitter, and Shotton failed to add to the Nationals' total. Judge's two-base whack, a sacrifice hit by Morgan, and Foster's long sac rifice fly to Miller put the Nationals ahead in the eighth, but it was only abort lived, as the Yankees came from behind and forced Griff s tribe to go the limit In the final. A scratch single by Shotton started the rally in the last. Lavan followed by hitting the right field stands for two bases and Milan settled the issue for good and all when he crashed through his two-bagger that scored tho former Brownies. The Yankees put two over in the Brat by meeting the delivery of Har 9*r and again went to work on Shaw la the third when they pushed across another. Baker's home run into the right Held stand In the fifth proved Shaw's undoing and Earl Yingling ?was then called into the fray. He ?aye a very good account of himself aa one tally marked up against" his hurling came by way of a base on balls. Bodie'a whack to right field and lavan's boot of Hannah's, grounder. The score: ? I II It li 5 'Ratieft tor Harper la thin! ?Battel Shaw ia the sixth, Vw To*: H N n A K I illnxilcy. if s J 3 I a ? fCrkinianck. m i I 3 j a tl *? - ? 1 I 1 1 ? - ? ? I 1 1 ? ">?? lb ?? 1 1 a a a ? ?"Nr. H- I a 1 tea *???". rf. j a 1 ? a a ttaUKlh. <91340 p.... 1 a a a 1 a >??. r. - 1 a a a ? * ? ???ia 1 ? 1 ? a ivt least* T-tato '. * ? 11 a 1 1 tV.lwi tor Caldwell la Math. 'Batted (or law la ? Ullt-f "1M1M - - ?? ?vSa-N.? York. I left *1 baea?Mot Tart. ?; NatloaaK f. baaa oa balle-OC Lara. 1: Caldwell, |j Yiagiiac. 1; Skew. X Into* pitdwd-By akhaell. ?: ton, ?; Motiridae. ?; Harper. 1; Hw?. I: Yiactiac. t Hka wade-OC Caldwell. ?? Lot*. 3: MapMgta 3: Hurrvr. 3: Shaw. 5; f i- .'i"".' ~ ort-Bv r*ldwe!? ?: T/nrp. He* Tukac Doodle . 0* fe De*?tt If RACES TODAY AT Havre de Grace 7 RACES DAILY at Idt P. M. Eddie Gharrity May Be Called for Special Work New York. April 25. mS.-Eddle Gharrity, the understudy to Eddie Ainsmith. of Clark Griffith's catch ing staff, may be forced at any ipoment to report to the national army. Gharrity is In the A-l Class of the draft and has already started preparations to rive up pastiming In - the major leagues. Griff and Gharrity were in a long conference todsy that resulted In the fact that the clouting re ceiver has tendered the Foiy Pilot notice that he may go at any time. It is known that Gharrity is already working for an assignment in the naYy as he is an expert at engineering in shipbuilding and may be called for this special work within the next few days. 1; Shaw, 1: Tingling. 1. Horn# run?Baker. Two-haae hita?Miller. Judge, Latin. Milan. Sacrifice hit*--Morgan. Sifrilke fly?Floater. Stolen bases?Latu. Doable plaja- Hannah to Baker, Tingling to Judge. Umpire* Meaara. Lhneen and Connolly. Time of game. 2 hour* a ad S minutes. BUT INDIANS BEAT OUT JENNING'S JUNGALEERS j Detroit. April 25.?The Cleveland In ? dians. with four reserve players in ! the line-up, made merry with the I Tipcrs' pitchers this afternoon, and j won out 8 to 4. I1 Speaker possibly made the star play of the game when he stole home from third on Kaliion and Stanage in the eighth innin?. Wamby, Graney. Tur i ner and Kavanaugh. four of the I Cleveland regulars, are laid up with i the grip, as is also Ty Cobb, of the ( Tigers. The score: Detroit. IP. H O A E' Indian?. AB HOAK I Dreasen.lb. 4 112 0 nnslow.lf... 5 1 0 # 1 | Buafa.w ... 4 ? 1 3 0 HaK.se 5 3 12# J Veacb.tf... 42 I t 0 Speaker .ef.. ? 1 1 ? ? Oil ?'Both.rf 31419 J 0 4 0 o Williama.lb J 1 14 0 o 3 1 2 t IjtieUJb 1 ? f i 9 2 1*2 OtScliatfcr.2b. 5 ? 5 2 ? | -tmnage.c.. 3 1 2 ? 0,0'Neil.c.... 4 2 4 2 0 : Kinneran.p 10 0 2 fiToumhr.p.. 4 10 0 1 | C.Joaeap.. 0 9 0 0 o4Wood.1T... 1 1 0 ? ? j 'Speacer... 0000 Oi Hall.p 0 0 0 2 1) Totala... 37 1127 11 2 j Kallio... 0 0 0 0 0, ! D>er.rf 2 0 0 1 0) j rTelle 110 0?' 1 U.Cobb.... l o o ? o I T?>t?U.. *~3t It IS : j * Ratted for fc*inuer?ri in fifth* ? t Batted fcr Hall in aeveauii. ? J Patted for Kallio inn eighth. j 4Ratted for Onflow in ninth. j Scot* by Innings - I Detroit OW (CO 2?-? Cleveland 110 HIM ' Summary: Bona? Walker, 2; Young. 2: Halt, . 2: Speaker. Both, f ietz. 2; Schafer.. O'Neill. Two-bcse hits-Walker. WtCiama, Young, Drea ?en, Speaker. Three-base hit?O'Neil. Kiwt bane on balls-Off Finneran. 3; off Hall. 2; off Kallio, 1; off C. Jones. 1; off Coumbe. 3; Wild pitch? Finneran. Sacrifice fly?Coumbe. Struck Out-By Finneran. 1; by Kallio, 1; by Ccumbe, 3. Double play?Both to O'Neil. Passed ball?Stanage. Hit by pitcher?Hall bit Ceta. Stolen basea?Halt. 2; Schafer, Both. 2; Speaker. Sacrifice bit-Williame. Umptrea-OLoughBn and Moriarty. BUT BONDS CUBS DEFEAT CARDS BY HENDRIX' PITCHING Chicago. April 35.?The Cubs defeat ed the Cardinals here today 3 to 2. Hendrix, the Cubs* pitcher, was the inndlvldual star of the game. He held the visitors to eight safe hits and made a double and two singles himself in three times at bat. The score: St. Louis ...\ 010 000 001-2 8 Z Chicago 110 010 00*-3 8 2 Batteries: Packard. Horstman and Snyder and Gonsales; Hendrix and KUltfe*. Umpires: O'Day and Byron. BUT BONDS BRAVES WIN SECOND GAME FROM PHILLIES Boston. April 25.?The Braves beat the Phillies. 8 to I. here today. Pow ell* ? two triples featured the game. Nehf hurled for the Braves and held his opponents well, but errors kept him in constant danger. The score by Innings: R.H.E Philadelphia ....6 00002120-5 9 4 Boston ???04020 x-6 10 5 Batteries?Prendergast: Tlncup and Adams and Dilhoefer; Nehf and Wil son. Umpires?Messrs. Moran and i'Jgler. BUT BOKD6 RED SOX TAKE GAME FROM ATHLETIC CREW Philaedlphla. April S.-Th? Red Sox avenged the opening day defeat by trouncing the Athletic* today. ? to 1. M4ck naed three pitchers, bat all were wild and were hit hard. Maya, of Boston, had the Athletics bats men at his mercy throughout the game. Boetom .? 1 1 1 9 * 0 0 0 1-4 II ? Philadelphia ...???? 0?? 1 0-1 * "l Battarlea?Maya and Agncw; Adams and Fahey, Oeary. McAvoy. Umpires ?Nslltn and Evans. BCI BONDS Aaacoctu Wants fltnn Bergt Mike Ready, of Anacoatia, has organised a baseball club for the coming year. The team is composed of players of note and would like to ~ ar from any dub* dealrtng games for Sundays. All communications should be addressed to Manager Raedy at Number Ten prectnCt sta IN OPENING GAME PIRATES BEAT REDS Pittsburgh. April 36,-The Pirate, defeated the Cincinnati Red* la the openln* came of the season here. The only ran of the came In Um first limine, on Ca ton's single to center i a sacrifice by Molljrlta and Carer* safe bunt About 11400 attended the I ???* The score by R.H.E. Cincinnati ? 0 0 ? 0 0 ? 0 0-0 2 1 Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?18 1 Batteries?Schneider and WInco: Killer and Schmidt. Umpires?Har rison and Qulcley. ! BUT BONDS ? MCCARTHY'S BIG BAT HELPS GIANTS WIN Brooklyn, April 25?McCarthy. Slant catcher, broke up the came with the Dodgers hare this afternoon wltH a long triple to the left-field fence in the tenth Inninc. He scored a mo ment later on Wllhoite'a sacrifice fly. Poll Parrltt pitched his first Came of the year for the Slants and maintained their unbeaten record. Score by lnnlnga: New York .... 0 1 0 1 ? 0 1 ? 1 l-? 12 Oj Brooklyn S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-5 ? 1 Batteries ? Perrttt, Anderson. Mc Carthy, Rarlden; Marquard. Oriner, Cheney and Kreuger. Umpires? Kikm and Emslie. DEPARTMENTAL OPENS | NEXT MONDAY EVENING The Departmental League will open the seaaon on next Monday afternoon on the Ellipse diamond. The Departtnent of .Agriculture and the Engineers. 427th Company, will play the opening game at 5:20 p. m. B> Prank Stone, of Montana, will umpire the first game and a fast exhibition la looked for. "Big Ed" Emmons, the broad shouldered New Torkerw Is report ed to be In grand shape and cer tainly will give the fans a rare ex hibition of the pitching art. "Bull" Young will be the recipient of Em mons' lire ball. O'Leary has great confidence In this batery, as they have shown great form during prac tioe. The schedule for the coming week Is as follows: April 2*. Engineers. 427th Co.. vs. Agriculture. April 20, Finance and Aocounts vs. Q. M. C. Supply Con trol. May 1, Commerce vs. War Trade Board. May 2, Personnel vs. War Risk Insurance Accounts. May 2. War, Trade Board vs. Engineers, 427th Co. May 4, Supply-Control vs. Commerce. MIGHTY SUN BRIAR LOSES TO HEFFERING Lexington. Ky.. April 26. - Mighty Sun Briar, vWWto Sharp Kilmer's can didate for the Kentucky Derby, heavily played, wu defeated at the Kentucky Association track this afternoon by Jim Heffering, which paid $7$ for a $2 ticket. Choirmaster, another long: shot was second. Sun Briar finishing a bad third. The contest, which was fourth on the card, a six furlong- dash was really the feature of the day be cause of Sun Briar's starting. Form players came out badly today, several horses going over at good ; odds. In the second race, Audrey K. went over, paying 128.90 to H Martre I took the third, paying $15.50 and Van l nessa Wells at $18 for second place I cashed. The track was heavy. BCT BONDS CLASSIC RACES TO OPEN PENN RELAYS Philadelphia. April 25,-The athletic clans from l?ast, West, North and South will begin to gather today for Pennsylvania's annual relay carni val. which takes place tomorrow and Saturday on Franklin Field. The in creased importance of tomorrow's events this season is bringing on the athletes a day sooner than usual. State College will bring down a dozen athletes today, so that they will get a good night's rest before they com ! pete tomorrow. Those who compete only on Saturday will not arrive until tomorrow. Tomorrow's program Is pro^bly the most Interesting and spectacular that' has ever been arranged for the relay carnival. This is 6ue to th* addition of seven military and naval events, in which many of the great est ex-college and club athletes In America are entered. Special Interest is being taken In the military and naval relay races tomorrow. The army will be rep resented by Camp Dix and Camp Funston, of Kansas. These two teams have some wonderful runners In their ranks, but they will havfe to step all the way to beat the sailor athletes from our navy yard. Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Wlssahlckon Barracks and other naval camps.1 BtfY ?rtMTV" BASEBALL STATISTICS American League. V E.HTUEDAY'S RE81LT8. Washington. 7; New York. 5. Cleveland. S; Detroit, 4. St. Louis-Chicago, rain. Boston. (; Athletics. 1. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Washington at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Detroit Chicago at St. Louis. ADDING Or THE CLUBS. ' Won. Lost. Pet. Boston 2 2 .200 Cleveland S 2 .714 Detroit ?... 2 2 500 New York 4 < .400 Washington S S .375 Athletics 2 5 .375 St. Louis 2 4 .222 Chicago 1 2 .223 Natioaal Lmim. ?? " YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. I Pittsburgh, 1; Cincinnati, ?. I New York. ?; Brooklyn. (. Chicago,. 2; St Louis. 2. Boston, ?; Phillies, 6. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. New York at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at Boston. ? Cincinnati at Pittsburgh St Louis at Chicago. STANDING or THE CLUBS. Won. Lost Pet New Tork ? 0 1.000 Phillies ? 2 .750 Cincinnati 4 2 .571 St Louis 2 2 .500 Pittsburgh 2 2 .500 Chicago .: 2 2 .EM Boston 2 ( .251 Brooklyn ? S .000 tovnfln LEAGUE RESULTS. New Orleafia-Blrmlngham. rain., - Chattanooga, ?; Little Rofek, I. Memphis-Nashville, rain. - ? 7; Atlanta, I, Former v F e a t h c r-weight Champion Will Be Un4er Tutelage of Nelson. -c B$4| Tommy ("KM") Uurp*r. former feather-weight champion of the Unltad States la going to entar the roped arena again, this time under i the riUHMMnt of Bat Nelson. the former world phatnplon light weight. Murphy la going to-help | the boya In Hhaki and wUl "tfTe e? -Ptakey" ?? htbltlona at the different camp' with Nellon In punching the "Kai ser," the dummy that Bat la show; Ing In the different boots J>eing ataged In and around thla olty. "Kid" Murphy'a real name la Thomaa M. Pinclt: he haa been In hualneaa In Waahington for the| paat aeverai montha aa manager or one of the United Cigar Storee. While a cor^tiet In the band of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, ata tioned at Fort Logan. CoL. In ltl? he vanqulahed all opponenta In the ranks for his weight and backed by hundred* of aoldiera went to Den ver and faced Battling Nelson In nine rounds. From the Twenty- I fourth Infantry he waa transferred to the Fifth Cavalry, from which he waa mustered out. Quite by accident "Plnkey, aa he ? is better known to hla friends, bumped Into Bat Nelson here a I week or so ago.-" Both former box- ? era have the distinction .of never I having dlaslpated, and both are fol- ? lowers of Billy Sunday. They at-H tend aa many aervleea aa It la poa aible for them when In the town that Billy t? holding forth. On a I Sunday night Plnkey "hit the trail whlla attending one of the Sunday meeUngs at the Tabernacle. . Murphy and his manager, Nelson, are out to help the aoldiera and aallors, so -will put on boxing exhl- ? bltlons until Plnkey gets In condi tion and then he intends to enter ? the ring In some of the lights that are being held In the Monumental City. He will be handled by Bat Nelson In those bouts.and Is confi dent he can come back and make the feather-welghta travel a faat clip before getting hla number. 1 BUT BONDS HIGH SCHOOL GABIES STAGED ON SATURDAY The liberty bond parade will cause the postponement of the high school? ball games for this afternoon, accord-1 ing to the various coaches. The pub lic schools will be let out at noon, so that^all students can Uke part In the parade. The contests will be resumed on I Saturday when high schools stage! their second double header at the I American League ball park. Eastern meets Central in the first game and Technical will battle Business In the night cap The games will start at 2 p. m. BUT SERVICE TEAMS TO PLAY FOR CHARITY A ball gpme for charity will be played at the American League Park when two service teams will battle each other. The Mpth Infantry of the Eightieth Division at Camp Lee Is to | meet the Port Myer nine for the benefit of Providence Hospital. This game will take the place of the an- | nual meeting of the Chevy Chase and | Metropolitan Clubs for the benefit of the same organization. There are several former big league! players In the line-up of the teanri| j that will come from Camp L?e. Camp Lee has one of the strongest service nines in this vicinity. Most every member of the team has had some professional experience. Fort Myer | possesses some players of note which it Is claimed will make the Infantry men hustle all the way to .come out on tlie long end of the score. BOY BONDS? CHIEF BENDER QUITS. Philadelphia. April 25-Charlea Al bert Bender, the Chippewa Indian, who won fame both as an Athletic! and Phlllle player. Is out of baseball [ for the duration of the war. Today Bender, hero of many world's series, Is going to start work ing at. Hog Island. He acqppted a position yesterday ?and will try to do his bit toward crushing the Hun by building ships: -BpT BONDS? . Date* Baltimore, April 8.?The dates of the County School Athletic Track and Field Meets under the auspices of the Public Athletic League were announc ed today. Baltimore City win hold Its athletic tests at Patterson Park on Tuesday. June 4, while the Mary- [ land State championships, known the Olympiad Meet, will be ataged at Homewood on Friday. Jnne 7. BUT BONDS HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES. FIR8T RACE-Two rear old; claiming; fort furlongs: Mclaaa. M; John Poaea, UP; Titer Bom UI; lortm Lady, NT; B.br flirt. Mr* KaU LeydecUr. Ill; -We Win. HE; ?Lendonia. IIS; ?Hilda. Mi; Hitch; Koo. NT. SECOND BACE-Thiee jean old; Saxaaia Joanwn* 1M; 'Adele, Ml; Aarfgn. 1U; Shade, 1M. " THIRD RACE?Foor fain Old and *p; claiming; Mr furiongt: Klldan. 112; Tro. aa Aeal. 114; Presumption. 1* Omtal, U?; Hon. 1H; Priam (lap), IB; *Mi - ---- Handful], 1M; 'J Earate, 111; daft M. ?nUdded, IN; King K. 114; Mas Hur ra j. W; Humiliation, 1M; 'Bacon, Ml; Es timable, 114; Mia Kroter, 112; ? IN. FOURTH RACE?Thra. jean old sad up; handicap, idling; fir. and oof-half furlongs: ?Murphy, lit; Nominee, Ml; ChankUI. IB; Searuia II limp.I, Ml; Ballast. WO. FIFTH RAdE-Thna yean old; selHng; mil. aad aerentj Tarda: Ham Buxotne. M?i Odalisque. *: 'Producer. Ml; ?Omal, Ml; "Etna Cart EU.answ. Ml; ?Osndalaria. _ Woodcock, 111 SIXTH RACE?Foe three nan old and ap; handicap; six furlong: Ban, 11*; ?Pksmne (law.), llf: dsacjow, 1U: iSaSMsr. Ill; ta Caddy, 121; Marthas. ?; FltawilUsra (Imp.). IB; Clack Boo. Ml; *? Mfasa. W. . SEVENTH RACE?Four jmn eM aad ap; claiming; saa mils aad asraotj rarfe: *Wgn. W; nuta, ?; 0. M. Miliar. 112; Mad* Wtag - " * Ml; lafeaa OaM. in; m**"' B?W*e TWO-YEAR-OLD Richard Carman -Gets Hon ors in Perryville Sell . / ing Stakes. Havre de Qnot, M?1 . April 8. .tfter many attempts, Richard Car-1 mail's prise 2-year-old, Auntie, (lip ped under the wire a winner yester day afternoon and captured the Per-i ryvine Belling' Stakes. - I Harry Payne Whitney put over two I of his youngsters, In Creason. In the baby race, and Blazonry, with which Ivf expects to win rranv. nurses at I'lmllco. In the sixth event. Prisons Mullens won the llfth race I tnd made It the first win for her otfner, ltaj. 1. K. L. Ross, since j this meeting opened. HMf KAOB?Tv* .ran old: four ud mt lialf furlooo: Owbi.'ik IRoUmoii. 'M Z-Ki. I 136; OlM Mint, lie IPuki. 5 30. IX . nlMr. 1OT (MeAte). US. Ttaw. Hll klshaBSr K*tfa MrBrvt?, star IWr. Dr. Bat. and I jjju yim SECOND RACE?Ahnjt two miles: Pandean. LIT ? (Atkra). <119. 33.5), woo; Little Horn. H5 (Callahan). 2131, 11*; "PoHn. HT (Cbrkl, !*?. AM. Time. 4ft Bob Redfiald. Kii I 'Intai nnt Out. ClboU. Saacoaat tm4 and TuravU a too ran. V THIRD RACK?Fit* and one half furlong: Grey E*?le. VS (Mcrgler). 7.10. 3.19 and 17t. an; RoIMn L*ird. 113 (Rodriguez), 4.00 aod 3.00. aecood; Chartoa CanoeH. Wl (Bnllman). h9, third. Time. l*f ys. Loftta, Annie Kd gar. Hwfa, Tranby, Farorite Article, Anita. I C*cU. Sam Pldnft. l>artry. Kfanandi. Haacl dale. Tk*a and Bert WiUiaam alao ran. moDRTH RACE?Four and one half fnr I Imp: Aontie. 1? (Dominic*), WW. T.? and I 4J?. won: Harmon. HI (Hotammrth). All and |2S.?. aecood: Utile Handle. HI (HcAUe). 1.00, third. ^Time, 54 3-5. Saperha. Tommy Waae, ? Jack Laary. Bafheera, Eaquimau. Agnaa Coo* ! and Cain Spring alao ran. I FIFTH RACE-Three fourth* mile: Priacilla Mnllina, IS (Lykel, ??. 4.30 and IM. nmi Yankee Wit<*. 1H (Kmnmer), 3JO and kH. ?erond; Celto. 13 (Ambnm). 3?. third. I Time. 1:1# Crepuacule, Parour and Cobalt 1 Law alao ran. I SIXTH RACE-H lie and arrenty yards: I I . TODAY'S SELECTIONS. Fir?t race?John Powers, Mn Kate Lydecker, Ml Ida. Second race?Pepper, Am I cm. Grayson. - . Third race?1 Mae Murray, Jo aephlna Zarete, Feltcldad. Fourth race?Murphy, Church ill. ScorpIL , Fifth race?Htrry Burjoyne, Coral. 'Kin* John. Siith race?Tea Caddy, Jack Hare, Jr.. Uncle Bryn. Seventh race?Hubbub, Judfe Wtncfleld. KUU. Blaaoury, HI UtUm), IA t? wee: Lad Herbert; Ml (Stalker), 3.1* and M*. ?naml; K?u*U>r BtuOoick lM (Bddrtgnezl. U?. third. Time, 1* BeaatXnl Katai/a. fall stamp. Trend UtkUj ted, Be? Blue eqd Dot* lie Marr iIh ran. SEVENTH laCB-Mila a^ a .aiite?U>: ; Bitnoea. M (A. OaWaa). ?.?, l? aad ?.?. woe; hm lae. M (gu&erl. <.<? and la mc oad; Starter. IK (Sofcaworth). UP. thud Time. 1 :? Boxer, riare, Boelnail. Mim Karaite. BtacUord. Marbtakand. Casta. D? Jina^ Soldier. fitrliroe, Stalwart Helen and I'erp Again alao ran. LEXINGTON ENTRIES. FIRST RAOR-Clnwning. Ml; three yearoMa .1(1 up; six furioass: Beat Beno. M. tfhm | 1(3; ?Rudtoinc Qvnt. 1?; ?Pancefnl Star. ltt; ?Billv Joe. iCS; Mountain Roee 11. 1M; 'Alex UcU, U9. . SECOND RACC?Purae, VOO; tfo-yearoW maiden coRe and fMNli fuur furkMflp: Benny. 19; By Heck. IV; Bu*er Clark. 112; K. 1. Lynch. IB; Hidden Jes 4. lit; Uowcfl. Ill THIRD IT irr ffclwfc MM; three-jear-oida and ih?; ilx lartooo: B ? Been. M; lUUe I i AXUiX. M; Brotum Eagle. . J-ek K.. 1?; ?Oof. ICS; Mart re, 119; To* nan. 112; Ward* of VVi*iooj. Ill FOURTH R^CV-Pune. MM; I* rtaneflle; tliiee-year-old enlts and celdtmp: ab. t? ? mp: Bar One <hnj&). Ml; Aatec. 112; Bnt r Boy. lit; Eroeet B.. 112* Homager, lit; lUAe. 112; Lucky B . 112: Speerlme (imp.). IB; Kling. ill PIFTH BACT-Pnrw. *600; tvo-7?nr-oJ3 waul * en colt- and grldlnff; foar Maa?: Heck Cierner. W); ffSr Foe. 1(D; Col U+ingrtnn. )?>: . Do Cod. 112: JagM. 112; John Churchill. Ill | KIXTH RACE?(Mairuins. 160*: three-*ear-okl | and nr Allien and fc?are?; Mile and areenty yatdm: ?Conner. ?; Bit of Blame;. .101; Mae Lei. 106; ?Little NtastT. m: *8nn Maid. Ml; Kedah. 1M; ?Petit Bleu. Ml. SEVENTH RACE?Claindng. MM: tbTe^year olds and up; mile and eeventy ymrde: Dickie! W . ?; ?Snrpaaaing. Ml; -Ikecntor. MB; 'Jack j Beeeea. 10; Kifleahooter. Ill; Eddie T.. Ill Alexander's Horsa Lands Star Cup in Steeplechase Oakland Beats Field in First j Race at Arlington Park Yesterday. batting to the front at Um break. Oakland, carrying the colon of B. Ripley. had an hit tlmaholdlng bar field safe, and wen aa aha ploaseri, in the flrat face yesterday afternoon at Arlington Park. Getting away wen bnntrhad. Oak* land waa first to show her colon, and after getting In the backat/etch >he drew away and wea going eaay at the end. Interna ran a good race, but could never catch the leader, lawa, who haa been showing a good performance of late, finished third. Gen. /James A. Buchanan landed another purae yeaterday whan his hone. Cloth of Gold, won the mile sprint for gentlemen riders. Red, Peat waa the contender, and l>reaaed Gen. Buchanan's hone hard the entire diatanoe. Red Poet fought for her bead in the back stretch. but' at no time would Ptunkett, who ha<, the mount, let ber oat . Red Poet waa nearly put out of the running at the start whan she was crowded. She quickly regained her stride, however, but could nut set up with Cloth of Gold. Harry Alexander's fencer. Horaa. landed the Evening SUr Cop In the steeplachaae. The hone fenced nicely and daaerved the victory. Alagardl faltered at the first fence, but after beating her a* the Asat of the lumps. Jockey Daley aucceeded in getting her over. Trea Moutarde finished third. LEXINGTON RESULTS. Lexiagtaa. Ky. April 8.?Biwiy: FIRST KACK-Thrw fourths mile: Sqneelm. IIS (Kaapp). i?. IS ud m. voa; Night Owl. NT (BimaoB), 5.5* and S.?, aeooad; Bar- ; veal Kit*. IN (Willi*!. IM. third. Tin*. J Some Mother's Boy He Is Fighting For You; Are You Buying Liberty Bonds to Help Him? "Annie Laurie... "And a Helmar Can you beat it?