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Nationals Lose the Second Game to Connie Mack*s Tribe in Extra Innings '
Macks Take Second Game From Griffmen in Eleventh Rip Van Winkle Wishes His Jinx on Nation als at Shibe Park When Judge Slumbers, By JOHN A. DUGAN. Philadelphia. Pa.. May 4?Rip Van Winkle wished Twin Beds just off the right-hand point of the initial sack at Shibe Park today when Joe Judge, of Lewiston, Maine, and Tommy Connelly, of Nan tucket, Masa., proceeded to slumber in the eleventh inning of the over time battle ?taged between the Nationals and the Mackmen, which the latter captured by I to 0. The haunts of dreamland, staged by this pair proved costly to the Nationals, as Judge's dream in "Crabbingville" allowed Burns, of the Quakers, time enough to tally at the rounting dish. Umpire Tommy Connelly, of the "Irish brogue." was suddenly awakened by the crash of the willow hitting the horsehide and with but little time in which to wipe out his eyes. Tommy guessed wrong. Of course, the issue was against the Nationals, but his decision sent some 4.000 Brotherly Love fans home in a good humor, as one of the best pitchers' battle ever staged at Shibe Park was witnessed. Before telling of this venture into the land of dreams by these down-East Yankees, it must be first pro claimed that "Rebel" Scott Perry, from the home of the Crackers, proved the undaunted hero of the occasion. Perry pitched through the entire? ?levan frame? for Mack's "Cool 11??" and more than distinguished htstu?lf as ha not only hung up his second vietory of the sea?on over Grift? clan, but In doing so set the ?waiters from President Wilson'? home, down with three scattered hita. Th? midway sack waa as far aa th? Nationals could got on the ??try-go-"round, aa Parry received air-tight ?upport and never seemed to tire under the strain of work ing against two of th? heat war hor??? in Clark C Griffith'? ?table. Harry Marner, Grift's big aouth paw truckman, from Hacken?? ck, N. J., worked five Innings for the visitors, but he wabbled slightly In tho next frame and Walter John son waa Tuahed into the fray to halt the artillery tire opened up by Mack's club. Walter waa easily equal to the difficult task In this session and all hand? may have been cheering and rooting until ?un-down, if It had mst.been for the trip to Slumberland laeed by the Notable?, Judge and Connelly. It was in th? final half of the eleventh, after two hands had -rounded out that George Burns managed to squeeze himself on the A rat ?ack by the way of a ?cratch U??_. This ?am? Georg? Burns, who yeaterday crashed out three base clouts, that spelt doom for the Nationals took advantage ot a passed ball, made by Ainsmlth, is lien Johnson was pitching to Gardner and hiked to second. Gard ner was purposely granted a walk. ?o Ainsmith's boot cannot be re corded aa the miscue that helped the Athletics to the victory. ?'Heck** Davidson, from somewhere in the Wild and Woolly West, then fell in his regular turn at the plate. He whacked the leather just out of the reach of Howard Shanks, at the third corner, but Lieut. Lavan, by a great ?printing act. managed to camp behind the ball, and, seeing that it waa too late to head oft* either of the base runners, threw to Judge. Little Joe was all action, as Lavan's throw beat Davidson to the bag, but Umpire Connelly called It the other ?say, and Joe proceeded to tide Tom my out of the lot. While Judge was handing Tommy a tongue-lacing, George Burns raced to the piale with what proved to be the winning ??unter. The real feature of the game was not- the near-pinch-punch of David son, but the brilliant work staged by th? mighty Walter, when he took the mound in the sixth. Jamieson ?nd Kopp had hit safely off the de livery of Harper. The Jersey south paw then filled the sacks by giving free transportation to Walker. The Kony Pilot believed that Harper had had enough of the going, and flashed him the "shower call." With the Kansas cyclone on the point. Burns fouled out to Shanks, who mad? a great catch of the ball, while Gard ner was forced to ground to Shanks, who headed oft Jamieson at the plate. Ainsmith In turn tried for Gardner* at flrst. but Kopp turned third and broke for the pan. Judge quickly relayed the ball back to Ain amith. who caught Kopp oft* the bag. The score: Athletic?- AR R. H. PO. A. at Jaj?ieaon, rf. 4 4 1 S 4 4 Kran?, ?f.-. 4 4 114t Wslaer. ef. 4 ? ? 1 ? ? Barns, lb. S 1 S IT ? ? Gardiner. Sh. S 4 ? ? 1 ? r?,i_e-, ??. s * ? a s ? i>uip>!i. sa. 4 a ? s s a rer?? e. 4 4 4 t 4 4 T?b . 34 1 4 SS I! 4 V .lineali- AB. R. H PO. A. K. ??tro?, rf. 4 a a a 4 a Lasa?, sa. 4 ? 4 S 4 4 Mil?n. rf. SSII.?? ????a sa.. S 4 4 S 4 s Jadee, lb. 4 ? 4 14 S ? Moa:.?. _. 4 ? 4 S t 1 Slrolte. tt. ? 4 1 4 1 ? Aii?ni-, e. 4 4 4 4 S 4 *_rr?sr. p. S a 1 1 1 ? Smaata. p.. S 4 4 ? ? a .s 4 s _ - ? Tr? o? arr?n tain?ros run arai aerarad. Su?? Or irrniaes? Attirati? .a-a-MSt-l Natte?le ..?at ?__?_-? ?.?ni il?: l?t a? Imr? Natine-? 4; A ti - Mio. T. *rta? lasa? oa ta?a-O? Perty. S- rat Harper. I: taf Jo? rae?. 1. I an inn pite?d?Br PIRATES BEAT CARDS IN EXTRA INNINGS Put?burgh. Pa.. May 4.?The Pi ratea defeated the Cardinale. ? to 4. today m a ten-inning game. Pack ard retired In the flrst after the lo cals got four runs. Sherdell held the Pirat?? scoreless until the tenth, when Catoa's triple and Mollwlts'a ?ingle brought ih another. Stengle and CuUhaw were put out of the game by Harrison. Score by Innings: R.H.K. St. Louis .4414104004?4 9 1 Pittsburgh .4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?i 10 4 Batterle??Packard, Sherdell and -nyder: Cooper and Schmidt and Ar cher I'mplres?Messrs. Harriaon and ?iiasi'y. JEFF TESREAU HOLDS BEANTOWN CLAN SAFE Boa?an. Maaa. May ?.-Jeff Teareau held the Brav?? httlea- for eight In ning? todas?, enabling the Giants to wm 4 to 1. Tba Giants landed hard an Heart?, Scora by inning?: ?J?? Tort .eoo :io 001-4- o ?Baton .004 oso On?1 1 i Soxtarmm-Ttoroau, Salice and Mc CMty: Heama and Wilson. Umpires -Rt**1er aad Moran, Honor. S; by Johnson, t Hita made-Off Har raw. 4; tat Johrasran. a Streck . ut-By Harper, 1; bf Perrj. 4. Two tata, nit- Dugan. stolen baa??Milan. Dotrble plsy-Sbank? to Alsasnitb to Judge to tinerrrlth Bit by pitched baall Harpex hit Perry. Paeed b*ll Al.smttn. Cm pare*?Diserra ?od ceni?? ly. Tuna ef game-'-? hou? t? minute*. Winning raitcher-Parry. U? ing pitcher?JohiMou. JUNGALEERS DEFEAT CHAMPION WHITE SOX Detroit, Mich., May ?.?Three hits off Eddie Cicotte in tbe eleventh in ning enabled the Tigers to defeat the White Sox this afternoon, 2 to 1. Thla waa half tbe number of hita made off him In the world aeries here in the entire game. Boland was exceptionally effective in the pinches, while Dressen was the bat ting demon of the afternoon, getting three safe hits. Score. Detroit. AB H O A E| Chicase. AB ? O A ? Dl m m 4b. t J 12 ? 0 Leibold.rf.. t 1 1 ? ? Boah.ss.... 1 ? 3 1 11 Wearer,?*.. A 2 ? ? ? Cobb.cf.... ?11? 0?Biaberg.?b.. ? 1 1 1 ? Veacb.lf... 4 1 2 ? oJ.rkain.lf.. ? ? 1 ? ? Heilman.rf ?11? ilFelech.cf... t ? 2 ? 1 Vitt.Jb..... 4*19 ?tGandil.lb... i lit H Yonngjb.. 3*45 OlM-Jfnl'n.??? 3 ? ? 3 ? Yelle.c. * ? ? : 0|4chalk.c... 3 ? i 1 ? Boland.p.. 3 ? ? 2 0 ricotte.p... t ? 0 T 1 ??Mtrrphy.... 1 ? ? ? ? Ljnn.c. * ? 1 ? ? Totale. . 32 ?1S13 1 Total?... 37 tail 2 ?Murphy batted for ?chalk. ?One out when arinning trat soorad. Score by inning?? Detroit ..?aatOI 000? Chicago .(?.'? m 00-1 Sumaian: Buta? SaWaaaaat? Bush. Leibuld. Two baa? bita-eandil. 2; reach. (Abb. lirst base cat balls?Off Boland, i; off CVMte. 3. Struck out-By Botanti. 5; bv Picjtte. A Double piara -Teal? to Yo;mg; Young to Btiah. Pawed ball ?Lynn, Stol.-n beet? Young Haeriflce hns We*r*r. Bush. 2. empires- -Mi narit. ?nd O'lr?igbbn FOHL'S INDIANS LOSE TO ST. LOUIS BROWNS St. Louis. May I.?The Browns ?nd Indians put on their third successive one-run game today, but this time the home side won out 4 to 3. George Sisler played a spectacular game for the Browns and brought In the winning run. He opened the eighth with a single, and went to second when Kavanaugh missed a throw by Morton, advanced to third on Smith's sacrifice, and crossed the plate on Demmitfs single. Barling tbe sixth Gallla had the Indians on his hip. Chapman and Speaker sin gled, Roth tripled and Wamby sin gled. In the other eight round? .he scattered four hits and fanned four batters for the third out with a run ner on third. Score: sit.Loma AB H O A El Indian?. AB HO A E Tobin.cf... 4 I 1 ? f?Halt.3b. 3 t ? 1 ? Maa?rl.3b.. 3 2 ? 1 l,Ch?pmanj? A 1 3 ? I Bialer.lb... A Ili 1 li .speaker, cf.. 4 11?? Smith.l*. . 3 2 1* (?Both ri. 4 3 1?? TVr-miU.rf 4 12? OiWamhj-.rrb.. 3231? Odeon.3). 4 2 4*. 0 Kam-.lb... 3 ? ? ? 1 N'm'ker.c. 4(41 CsWnod.lf. till? flerber.aa.. 3 13 4 ltr.Neill.c. . 4*520 Galli?,!- ... 3 ? 1 t il Mnrton.p... 3*14* --tVilliaro?.. 1 ? ? ? * Total?... IKIIS i ?Otimey.... 1 ? ? ? ??Miller. ? ? ? ? | Totale... 34 ? 24 13 2 ?Batted for r?aranaiigb in fourth. K?tted for Morton in ninth. : Batted for O'Neill la ninth. Score by innina* ? nereland .000 f? ?Of St. Loni? .mm??'-? Snnunary; Runs? M*i?el. Sister. Deanmitt. Gedeon, Chapman. Speaker, Roth. Taro-base hita?Qedtson. Tobin, Wool. *rnr*e-b?se hit Both, siacn?ee bit??Wamby, Smith. Double playe-Oerber to Oedeoa to Sialer; Sialer to G-rber; r?i?ler te Morton to Karanagh. Sto!? basaa?Both. Hit by pitched hell?Morton bit Maisrl. Wild pitch-Morton. Baaea on belie Off (?allia, 1. Struck ont?By Galli?. 4: by Morton. 4. Left cat bese*-St. Louie. ?; Otara land, a Time of tame?1 hour 30 minute? I'na rirr? Owen? ?nd Hildebrand. CUBS SCORE EIGHTH VICTORY; DEFEAT REDS Chicago, Hay t.?Th? Cub? ?cored their eighth straight victory today, defeating the Red?. 1 to 0. Pas kerfs long fly. a pa?? to Hollocher and an infield hit by Mann ?cored for tbe Cub? In the sixth. Score by innings: R ? E Cincinnati .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 ti i Chicago .OOOOOlOOx?1 ? 0 Batteries?Eller and Allen ; Tyler and Killlfer. Umpires?Messrs. Byron and O'Day. DODGERS SHUT OUT MORJtN'S PHILLIES Brooklyn. N. T.. May I.?The Dodg ers treated the Phillie? to a ahutout today 3 to 0. It waa Grimes' first victory In sixteen games and he clinched It by giving only three hita. Prendergast waa found for a triple, a double and two singles in the fourth. Score by innings: Philadelphia .000 000 OOtV-0 1 1 Brooklyn .nmcif-l t ? Batterie?? Prendergast and Burns; Grime* and O ruege r. Umpires?? lem and Erosile. Turner Want? Boat. Joe Turner, boxer from middle West now In the service and stationed at Fort Myer in Company B. Thirty seventh Regiment of Engineer?, want? to have a bout with Tommy Lowe. Turner lights at IIS pound?, bat la willing to make 138 or 140 In order to meet Lowe. Joe haa defeated some good men at hla weight and la ready at any tima to enter the ring and make the beat of them travel fast while they ara facing hint. YANKS BEAT RED SOX BT RALLY IN NINTH Polo Ground?. New Tork, May -? Th? Tank???, with Allen RuaaeU in the box. defeated the Red Box here this afternoon In a well play?? and Interesting game hy the acore of 5 to 1 Ruth? batting was a feature. Ha hit a home ran Into the upper tier ef tha light Held ?tand with Soott on -ret baa? In the aeventh inning, ai in the ninth hla long double to right ?cored Agnew. Ruth had nine assists and two er rors. Running catches by Hooper and Miller were the fielding headlln ers. Hooper made a bare-hand catch of Hannah'? fly tn the ?acond Inning. Miller made a running catch of Ag new's long drive In the seventh. Mil ler also drove in the winning run with a long hoist to Schang In the ninth Inning. The score: Her Sor. AB ? ? A Kl Yankees. AB H ? A ? Root? .rf.. S S S ? ?|Marsens,rf. 4 S 4 4 4 Sliean.2b... 4 4 1 S 4|Pe? .s?. 3 114 4 Strunk?.. 4 4 4 4 ?JBakwJ?... 4 S 1 S 4 Srhanf.lf.. 14 14 Ofl'ratt...... 3 S 4 S 4 M cl an?Jb 3 4 4 3 l|'-lnn.lh. 3 S 4 S 4 Hoboj.lt... 3 017 ? ?Bodie.lf. 3 14 4 4 Seiitt.s?.... 4 14 4 ?Miller.ct ... S 4 4 4 4 AcneW.C.. 4 1 S 4 iMIannah.r... 2 0 S 4 4 Ruth,?. 4 S 114 IiRuaaell.i'. 4 4 14 4 ?tali... 44 4 SS IS l| Tot*!*... SS S ? 14 4 Scora bj inarn?? Boat? .t? ai aa-s Near Yo* .11S4-W-4 Summtry: Runs?Hooper, Scott, ????, Ruth, Slam rat. S; ????. Miller, Peckinuaush. H?rnt run? Rut?, Three??s? hit -Hooper. Two base hiU-Bodi?. Hooper, Agnew, Ruth, sacrifice bila?reckiiipaiish. Mclnnls, Miller, Pratt Sac rino? flj-Miller. Stolen bass-e-Sbean, Hannah. Doubl? pia?-Hannah to I*ipp to Baker. Base? oa ba_?OS ?raa?1, S: oft Ruth. 3. Strack out-?? Bussiti 1 Left a? hau? New York. 4: Beaton. 7. Wild pitch?Rut? I?piree _ Nallia. JACK OZAR TO MEET TURNER Local Grappler Will Face the Best Man in His Class. Jack Osar, of Lebanon, Fa., will make hi? flrat appearance before a local audience this aeaion when he meeta Joe Turner In a finish match at the Lyceum The ater Thuraday night. Ozar won the Police Gazette belt from Tur ner at Harrlaburg, Pa., two yeara ago, and laat season Joe defeated Osar at the Gayety Theater, win ning back the belt tn one of the beat bouta ever staged here. Each man had a fall to his credit when Joe tossed Jack over his head with a flying mare, the Lebanon grappler landing head flrst on th? bare floor and waa unable to ? continue the bout and Referee Fred Huber gave the decision to the lo cal man. Since then Osar has won all his matches from the beat middleweight? In the country, in cluding Mike Tokel, whom he de feated March 1, In a fa.it bout. Manager McGeorge has been try ing to arrange a match between these two men all season, but Osar always demanded a large purse and would not consider less than 11.000. The articles for Thursday night'a match call for a finish match, beat two In three falls, with no holds barred but the strangle hold. Ozar will receive $400 if he wins, and ?300 If he lose?: while Joe's contract call? for $500 if he win? and nothing if he loses. This Is giving Ozar the be?t of the money end, but Turner Is anxious to get another crack at him. and In order to get the bout, conceded to these term?. Ozar 1? at preaent wrestling the wreatilng team? at Lebanon Valley College and should be In great ahape. CARDINALS TO PLAY FIRST GAME OF YEAR Alexandria. Va.. May 4.?The Cardi nal Athletic Club baseball team will play the first game of the 19? sea son on the Alexandria High School ground?. Sunday, May 5, at 3 o'clock. One of the crack United States serv ice teams, stationed here, will be the Cardinal?' opponents, and a fine game should be witnessed by the large crowd expected to attend. The Cardinals will have many new players. Including Catcher Tost, late of Tale College, who now resides in this city. Manager McDonald will ar range his line-up after watching his "ponies'* In action, and will select those best suited for the positions on the team. The demand has been laid off by Assistant Manager 1'ayne and Coach Williams and everything is In readiness tor the opening contest. FEATURE EVENT IS MAPLEW00D SHOOT Philadelphia, May 4.?One of the moat popular of the feature events of trapdom is the "Maplewood 100." Staged for the first time In 1917, at nine of the most Important trapshoot ing carnival? In the Eastern statea. It met with Instant favor and thla year the event la being ataged at the thir teen largest trapahooting tournaments m the East Thus far. It haa been conducted at four place??the Westy Hogan?. finehurst, Lakewood, and the Boston Athletic Association. The winners of the "Maplewood 100" at the thirteen shooting tournaments will meet at Maplewood. N. H.. on July 7, etaring th? running of the Maplewood midsummer trapshoottng tournan?eit and decide the champion ship. Unquestionably this event will bring together thirteen of the beat trapahooters In the Eaat. Last year it took 100 straight to win. John I. Chlpley. of Greensboro, N. C, won the "Maplewood 100" at the Westy Hogans, by breaking luu straight R. P. Morgan, of Washing ton, D. C. won the event at Plne hurst, with 98x100 and 40 straight In the . shoot-off. William P. Wolaten croft, of Philadelphia, won the race at I?kewood, with 48 and Louia P. Cur t?a, of Boston, waa the winner in the Boston A. A. shoot with 99. SOUTHERN BASEBALL Memphis, I; Nashville. 0. Atlanta. 4; Mobile, J. Little Rock. 5; Chattanooga. 3. New Or lean?, I; Birmingham, 0. Kyrsssm Wi_* __??____ New Tork. May ?.-William Kyro tten. of the U?lroae ?. ?., won the Bvening Mail marathon of twelve and one-half miles through New Tork atreeta Charlea Pores finished aec ond and Hannes Kolehmalnen third. Kyronen's time waa l:?_e. The three !_?________-* ior ?*? a??**?? ??? of, the Wpa, BAN JOHNSON PASSES BDCK Puts It Up to the National League to Scrap with International. Philadelphia. Pa., May 4.?Ban B. Johnson, preildent of the American League, attempted laat Sunday to induce Clark C. Griffith and Colonel Ituppert. owner? of th? New Tork Yankee?, to ?tage a game at the Federal League park at Harriaon, N. J? but the silver-haired leader of the Washington club gently aide stepped the Issue becauae of a scheduled exhibition in Providence, R. I., with the Boston Bravea Developments of the past week ?how Johnson passing the buck to the National League, and President Tener lined up the Phillies and dodgera for a battle at the former outlaw holdout Johnson passed the buck because he wa? not ready to fight th? new International League. Preaident Farrell, of the newly born circuit protested against the major leagu ers staging game? In hla territory. This protest came early In the week when Johnson had scheduled the Yankee? and Boston Red Sox for a battle In these swamp land? of New Jersey. * Ban B. was given another chance to ?lip gently out of th? picture, when he waa Informed that the Red Sox had booked an exhibition game at Patterson tomorrow, and with his usual diplomatic manner, he im mediately paased the lemon along to John K. Tenar. Becauae the new International threatened to jump tha reina of or ganised baseball, the acheduled game haa been cancelled, and it now appeara aa If It will be tough going for the majora to derive financial benefit? from the obligations which they assumed with the Federal League when the Sinclair-Ward combination waa declared defunct. Upon learning today that or ganized baseball had withdrawn from New Jersey, for time being, the Old Fox gave his opinion on the plan, drift cannot see where it would be fair play with Farrell'a league for the major league? to In vade the new league's territory. In speaking of the proposition the Foxy Polit said: "I am satisfied that organised baseball is attempt ing to play fair with the new In ternational League. Give Farrell'a circuit a chance and if they get go ing wo will be compelled to look to some other sources to clear our In debtedness to the Federal League stockholder. "But once the league wabblea I do not blame Johnson. Tener or any one else for cutting into their ter ritory and especially in Newark aa this spot would no doubt draw rec ord breaking Sunday crowds. Re member now. that the major leagues have supported the old Interna tional for a long time and It la no more than Fight that we should eros? over whan they get going bad. Personally I first want to see them given the chance to come through." Griffs tribe leaves tomorrow morn ing for Baltimore, where Jack Dunn's Orioles, of the new International l.c.-igue, will be played at the Gen tlemen's Driving Club Park. Captain George McBride will t In charge of the party, as the Old Kox made a hurried business trip to Washington last night and will not rejoin the club until Monday, when the final game of the series is booked with Connie Mack's "White Elephants." Molilo Craft and Jimmy Shaw are slated to work in this game against Dunn's Orioles. Grlff will send back either his king pin. Walter Johnson, or Jimmy Shaw against the Athletics In this final game of the series Monday. Walter has been carrying the brunt of the pitching burden thla spring, but tho Old Fox Is anxious to annex this final battle of the series and push the Kan sas Cyclone into this battle with but one day's rest. The Old Fox was a trifle peeved to day at the Schedule Committee of the American League, as it appears that the western clubs were "hogging" the Sunday dates In the West. Accord ing to the list of games the Cleve land Club, which will be playing Washington In the capital City on Saturday, will jump to tbe ?sixth City for a game next Sunday with the Chicago Club. The White Sox are playing in the Quaker City on Saturday. It will be remembered that last season each of the Eastern League clubs were given a chance at these Sunday dates in Cleveland, but this year the Western moguls have crabbed the party. Five games are scheduled for the Florida Avenue bailiwick this week. The Nationals will open the first home series with the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday. Barrow'? league leadera will hold forth In a three day atay, while on Friday tha first invasion of the West will be made in Lee Fohl"? Cleveland Indian?, who are acheduled to finish out the week. Eddie Gharrity and Georgle Du Mont said farewell to their team mates after the game this afternoon, aa thla youthful pair of benedicts will start doing their bit for Uncle Sam, tn the Bethlehem shipbuilding plant, at Harlem, Del., on Monday morning. They left tonight to as sume their duties. Harry Harptr twifted hie right ankle in the Nationals' sixth in ning when he slid Into the first sack and waa forced to retire under fire. Trainer Martin nursed the Injured member along and expects to have the lanky southpaw In shape to face the Boston Red Sox in the home game Tuesday. PENNSYLVaAWA GETS TWO FROM PRINCETON Princeton. M. J? May 1?Pennsyl vania captured both races In today's regatta on Carnegie Lake. Wright's crew won the two-mile race for the Chllda Cup by more than live lengths from Columbia and Princeton. The race between the latter two for second place waa one of the prettiest contests seen here In years. The New Yorkers finally nosed out the Tiger oraw by a f?w feet after a gruelling spurt In tbe last half mile. Ia the Freshman race Pennsylvania won from Princeton by more than a length. Council Wim Game. The faat G. P. O. team' was defeated by the faat Council of National Da fenae J?niora, 15 to 13, in a -well played game. The feature? of the game were fast fielding by Graves, Walker and the Smiths, Young pitched ? brilliant same for the winnera. ARMY NINE DEFEATS CATHOLIC U. TE.4M West Point, N. T? May 4-The Army won again today, defeating the Catho llo University in a looaely pUyed game. Ito t The visitor? looked like a ball team for alx Inning?, but their defenae cracked and apllt wide open In the ?eventh, and the Army than and ther? tucked the gam? away. The collegiane took tha lead In their half of the third. Caahmaa hit aafely. Foo ter fought B. McCarthy'? grasaer long enough to give that runner a life. They both moved up when Munford I ?topped Kendrick'? hot one, but threw . too late to get Cttahmaa at third. | Duffy fanned, but Long acorad all, three runa with a swinging tripla to. center. Score: Arar. ab ? ? a e; e D. abhoai -iturraxe... UH oiDutTr.tf. I ? ? ? 1 Tate.??. tilt ?iLotat.lb. I 1 ? I ? Oliphant.? 3 11? ?I rtoranej.Jb . Hill lieria.rf.... 3 0?? ?tslchwaru.a? > ? * 1 1 Foeter.Ib.. ? 1 ? 3 ?;p??????.?? 3 ? ? ? ? H-buratJb. I0?1 l:Glaaoott.a?. 1 ? 1 ? 1 Domini Jb. A 1 I 1 ?jCaahaaanjaA ? It?* M'CarthT.c I 1 II ? ?fU'CarU-.c. ??11? Miinford.E. 11?* ?IKetKlriek.r.. 3 ? ? I ? Wd'mjer.p 0 ? ? I Mr- " " MurriU.p.. 3 ? ? ? (? M'D'nonsti ? * ? ? ?| Tot?!?... ? ??? ? ToUb... 3! 11 17 10 I ?Batted fur Long in nioth. sscora Ir? inning? Arvtj . l'atuaolie L'Bitatwtr . Sunamarj: Bui?-Murray, t; Tat?, I; OUpbant. I Inari?. Pvaster. -Munford. Long. Cattarsela, Me (?rthr, Kradriet Stolen hs?n Murre?. Oli phaat, Deri?, Ulennon. (lUanrtt- Sacrifice hit Kooner. Two hue liitA-Tate, Oliphant. Three- I ban hita-A. MKauthr. Lorn Struck eut-1 Bj Munford. 3; br AlurriU. ?; by Kendriet. 1. Hits-off Munford, i In 313 rnatnfs; on j Wesl.nmeser. nota? in 1 inning; off Murrill. 1 ! In 11-3 intnnas. Baa?? oa halle-Off Munford, 2: off W ?denme., er. 1; off Kendrick, ?. GIRLS SHOULD LEARN TENNIS! Is the Advice of Violet Sut ton, Only Woman Instructor. New York. May 4.?The famou? But ton sisters of Southern California have won so many tenni? eventa that they are qualified to speak with authority concerning tha sport. Consequently there will be more than a little interest in the opinions of Violet Button, now Mrs. Hope Doeg. of Santa Monica, who la believed to be the only woman t in the country acting aa a profes sional tennis instructor. She haa charge of the game In a girla' ?chool and so ia interested in the sport from the standpoint of th? beginner. "To have a national championship for girla, played In connection with the women's national at Philadelphia, is an excellent idea and I strongly advocate It." Thus emphatically docs the preae.it spokesman for the But tons endorse th? action of the United State? National Lawn Tenni? Asso ciation In establishing tha event at ita last annual meeting. In outlining her ideas for teaching tennis she aaya that children should have a temala bat and ball when they | are 4 yeara old- By starting thus early they become somewhat accus tomed to the "feel" of the game's implementa, ao that they take to in struction much more readily. "Children ahould begin to learn ten nis when they are 10 or 12 yeara old." she aays. "For little one?, racket? should weigh about eleven ounce?; for the bigjer yonugsters. It) or 12 year?, it is best to use a racket weighing about twelve or thirteen ounces. No girt should play with a racket more than thirteen and a half ounces in weight. "If full benefit Is to be derived from the sport wraps should always be put on after plyaing. and as soon as pos sible a shower should be taken, fol lowed by a change to dry clothing." Mrs. Doeg Is chary of "don'ts," but she does Issue this warning to be ginners: "Avoid a heavy meal Just before playing and don't take Iced drinks. This advice Is common knowledge to boys who have been In training, but its Importance Is often Ignored by girls who have lacked this kind of in struction." BOXERS PULLED FAKE, DECLARES FITZGERALD Xew Haven, Conn.. May 1.?The Lew Tendier-Willie Jackson boxing tout staged here Monday night was a barefaced fake according to David Fitzgerald, who refereed the bout. "Tendier and Jackson pulled one of I the worst fakes I have seen In a ten. time," declared Fitxgerald today. "It was a fake from the first to the last round and a fellow must have been I totally blind not to have seen it. "I noticed at the start that I hey had on big training gloves, but ? did not care about that so long as there waa no complaint from the managers, the club officials or any of tbe fans. Tendier and Jackson monkeyo-I sway I round after round, pulling punches I and missing awing?, and trying to make the spectators believe ? he;? were| fighting." LIEUT. SOUSA AGAIN CHOSEN PRESIDENTI Philadelphia, May 4.?Lieut. John Philip Souaa, U. S. A?, for the third time haa been choaen aa president of the American Amateur Trapshooter?' Association. Lieut. Bousa was the first president of the association. Other officers selected to aid the famous bandmaster in his effort to make the A. A. T. A. the national body for trapahooters are Dr. Horace Betta, of Wilmington, Dei., first vice president: ?Ralph L. Spotts, of New York City, second vice president; Ed ward H. Mone, of Hartford, Conn., third vice preaident; Harold A. Knight, of Syracuae, N. Y., Becretary. and L W. Hutchlne, of New York, general manager. Dr. Betta la the only officer besides Lieut Souaa who has been connected with the organisation since ita in ception. Ralph Spetta la the former American champion at 200 targets and one of tho beat ?hots in the country, and *?:. H. Morse ia treasurer of tha Hart ford Gun Club and a high type of sportsman. Mr. Hutchlns ia the former editor of Outdoor Life. To Play Quartermarferi. Manager Wright expects stiff oppo sition today when he ?tacke his ath letes up against the crack Quarter master Corpa ulna at Fort Myer. Va Ha win have hla beat line-up on the field and Judging from the game? played to date the soldiers will see one of the fattest teams In thla sec tion In action. Braund, Blachott, Neltsey or Barry, tha latter a new I comer In the local amateur r?nks. ? Will be ready for montad duty. Hurd and Connor? will divide the receiving. [while tha Infield will be Uta same aa in pfraviou? stays*- , TOP HONORS 60 TO ALLAN LARD Edward Styles, Low Med alist, Was Defeated in Final Round. ?T PRANK m. voi-jrc. Allan Lard, of Chevy Chaae. yea- I terday won ultimate honora la tbe Waahington Golf and Country Club'a ?pring invitation golf tourn- I amant, beating Edward Style?, low . medallet who la one of th? new member? of the ho?t organisation. I In tb? flrst flight ( up and 4. j Lard, who la a veteran at th? gam? ?nd know? it from a to a. put up hla uaual stead y game, while Style?, who haa been going at a great rate recently, was decidedly off form. To add to thla. Style? j lost hla putter Juat before the I match and had to uae a atrange ! one, which no doubt dlaconcerted ? blm somewhat, although not enough to account for the relative difference In their play, a? bla other cluba were not working well either, and, aa a matter of fact, be did not make more than one or two good shot? throughout tb? match and appeared to be "green ?hy." rarely ever getting up. Style*? ?emi-flnal round opponent waa Hugh MacKenzle. of Columbia, but the latter did not put up much oppoaltion and Style?' medal acore of II each way for a 74 eaaily gave him the decision, i and 4. Lard went Into the finale by virtue of a win over George _. Truett. The only unusual feature to this match was ?tymtes laid by Lard on the sixth, eighth and ninth ? holes, the veteran home player j pulling off a clever shot when he I negotlsted the one at the ninth, which made him 4 down at tbe turn. Lard won. 4 up and t. Despite threatening weather condi tions, a large gallery waa on hand for the final round. Lard ?tarted off with a good drive and by laying Style? a stymie on hi? third won the hola Prom then on until the eighth It arta a procession of either wins or halves for Lard. Styles had an excellant op portunity of winning the second when hla opponent fell short on hla tea ahot and then sent his second almost' to the opposite edge of the green, but be missed a comparatively short putt which enabled Lard to get a half. It was two up for Lard when Styles, after making a good recovery of a sliced drive, overplayed his fourth ?hot and took two putts. The fourth was halved in par 4. Styles lost an other opportunity on tho fifth when Lard topped hi? drive and had a poor seoond. but his third was one of the beat of the match, the ball rolling almost dead to tha hole. Styles w_s within putting dl?tance on hla sec ond, but aera In ralaaed. giving the Chevy Chase player another half after it looked a? If he had lost The ?Ixth waa very poorly play ed. Lard winning S to 7 after the home youngster had gotten Into all kind? of troubla A missed ?hort putt coat Styles the next hole, Lard rimming th? cup on hi? sec ond and taking It In par S Lard missed his first Important putt on the eighth, which gave Style? his first win. but Styles evened things up by presenting Lard with the next hole when he missed of about the ?ame length. Style? topped hi? drive from the tenth tee with the result that Lard. P?ylng straight down the course, beat him home by a stroke. Styles' attempt to sink a five-footer for a half falling short by Inches. This made the visitor ? up and Styles' fozzled drive and poor second snd thirds on the next made him 4 down with only seven moro to play. He rallied on the twelfth and with the aid of a stymie took this ?ma, but the match ended when I? rd I won the thirteenth. On thi? last hole, both players got away well from the tee, but each topped his second, Lard getting a pretty third hole high and going down in par 4, after - his opponent hsd also reached the green on bis third, but took three putts. FIRST SIXTEEN. fsrmi final round : 1?ward Strie?, tv,. _- - D. C., defeated Hash 11?Ken?e. Columbia. ? up and 4: Alien lard. Cher* Chaae, defeated George E. Truett, Washington C. C-. 4 up ?od ?. S?al round : Lard deefated Style. S np and 4. Conanlationa. arm ?-flnal round: Bruce I. Tar ior, KajiDockburn. defeated Rier?rd P. Hawes. Washington O, C. 3 up and S: Athen Mao Kenrie. Columbia, defeated William A. Knowle?. Washington C. C, 5 up and 4 Final round: MarKenire defeated Ta.ior. f up and 5 SECOND SI-TEE?.'. Serai-final rear?: Albert L, Thurn?? Co lumbia, defeated Arthur S. atattingly. Ca> lumrjsa. 1 up; Loia? W. We?.er. Columbia, ?e feated H C. Chamberlain. ?Vilumi ia. ? K|'. Final rouad: Wearer defeated Thurman. ? up ud 3. Oonaolations, erali-flnal round: C. V. Piper, Waahington C. C. dei?ted r*. C. Clark, Wash ir?ton C. C. 1 tt?: L D. Kirkpatrkk. Wash ington C. C, defeated John A Krau. Colin? bas 1 up. Final round: Piper defeated Kirkpatnck, S up and X THIRD SIXTEEN. Semi-fir? 1 round: Kinsaul? P. Smith, jr.. Co lumbia, defeated Lbs? Haine?, Kirk? de. 4 un and B; Coarad ?. Doyle, Columbia, defeated Jame? T. McClenlhan. Waahiniloo C. C. 1 up. Final round: Smith defeat? IV..?, t np and 5 Consolatlone, ?eml-flnal round: Samuel Is*. Most-, Washingtem C. C. defeated J ?I, Willi?, Wa?hrngton C. ? 3 np snd f, G M. I'oaej, Columbia, defeated T. M. Vanii.?sen. Kirkr?e, 4 np aad 4 Final round: Poser deft?ed Moatrr, 1 up. FlirRTH SIXTEEN. Semi final rot??: Job? T. Harris. Bannork bnm, defeated Toa? Moore. Bannockbum. 4 up and 3; E. J. I?yle. Bannockbum. defeated Charlea D. Dugune, Waahington C. C, 1 up at 14 holes. ?Inai rom? : Harria defeated Doyle, 4 np and S. Consolation?, armi-flnal round: C. K. Fellon. Bantlock born, defeaUd ?. ?IcB. Sierre?. Che-? Chaae, 4 np ?ad 3; B, Tot?n, Wasliirurton C. C, won by default. . Final round: Felton defeated Tottcn. S ?? and 1 Tbe card: lard Out . ?4S446353-37 ?a . 4 SS 4.-I?-*? Stjle? Ont . 4 44 4 IT 4 4 4-45 la . 4 444*????-*?-?3 John H. Cr-pp. of Oaeay Chaae. won the gross scora paia? in the all ?j handicap cent with a nice TS, hia card being a? follows: Out . 444 344 54 5-?? la . 3 S ? S S 4 ? S 5-34-7" Balp Barnard, of Oohanbi?, won the toa net aeor? pria? with an 83-14-45. while ?econd low net went to tttam T. Coat?, ot the home club, he getting ?a S4 with 14 off for a ? ? t 7" Cai. Yo-ng Critkaly IL Lexington. Ky.. May ?.-Col. Milton Young, 67 year? old. former member of the State Racing Comrr.iaaion and one of the mnt widely known breeders and turfmen in the United States, I? seriously 111 with uraemlc poisoning and hla condition Is crit ical. He was for year? owner of McGrathlana Farm and racing Judge on many big track? of the country. Little Stan Wia. R. ?. K. LitUe elanU .Ed* a? ?ee-5 S 1 Little Stara .?_??4_4-7 * 1 Batterie??Isadora and Buppert: Sake?, Bowman and Charles. Struck out?By ??Adore, t; Sake?, 3; ?*?___&??-' ' \ Cudgel Comes Home First In Merchants9 Commander's Ross Star Sprinter Captures Feature Event from Classy Field of Twelve Starters. By ?-murr dovuc On? of tha large?! crowd? of the meeting journeyed to Plmlico yewer vlay to at*) Cudgel, Commander ?. ?. L Rota?* atar ?printer, capture toe Merchants? Handicap, at a male and sixty yards, from a claaay field. The card yeeterday waa by f?r the beet that baa been Man since the apring meeting w?a inaugurated over a month ago. Each event brought large fields to the barrier and favor- | Itea acorad la tbe majority of tbe racea. Twelve hone? faced tbe ?tarter In the Merchants Handicap. At the break Kalitan. winner of the Pr-eak raeaa laat year, waa the firtrt to abow her colora, with Crank i?c?nig nara. l.yke on Cudgel raosd hi? horee eaally and whan the ?tretch turn waa reach ed he made hi? move, bringing the hora? on the ran. In the ?tretch Cudgel proved him self the da?? of the race and literally ran away from ?hi? field after coming from behind with ? great rush. Johren. who ha? been sheaving fine form of late, finished second, with Crank third. Many admirer? of Cudgel at the course yesterday hacked him to the limit. He has followers from the Weat who believe he can beat Omar Khsyyam. The Pimlico Nursery, a four and a half furlong ?print for ?-year-old?. was captured by Blue laddie after a ?trenuous stretch run. The ?lii.uuo beauty. 'The Wanderer, after leading until the ?treten, tired badly and had to give up. Blue Lad die, going strong all the ?ray. easily *aa*ww away from tbe tiring colt and won handily. The Wanderer, how ever, lasted long enough to ?tall off Esquimau, who closed ? big gap. Puaey Willow, ?. E. Widener'a leap- ? ?r, ran hi? usual good race and land- : ed the victory In the Mount Washing- ' ton Steeplechase. Pussy w illow let Emerald Iale, id. set the pace until : the last fence and then he came with ? his customary stretch run to grab ?n : easy victory. An upaet occured in the secoml | race when the form player? re ceived a jolt a? The Ma?querad<-r galloped under the wire a ?inn? r. beating ?uch good one? a? Pul lux.1 Koh-I-Noor. He Will and other : high class hor?e?. A ton of money went In the m?- j chine? on He Will, but he could not get up In his final stride? to I get the brackets. He will went to the front soon after tbe barrier and drew away toi a aafe distance until It looked like ? hi? race from the ?tart. Tbe ? stretch turn proved his undoing, j however, and Little Trolse. aboard tbe Masquera der. saved ground at the turn. Putting hi? mount aa the rail he raced He Will into ' submission and ?lipped under the wire with a length to spare. Mrs Kate I-eyde.ker. oft to a good lead had little trouble stalling oft! the rush of Penrose. in the baby < race at the beginning of the after-1 noon'? ?port and won easily. The, filly was let down at the end and | at no stage of tha race wa? the ? reault In doubt. Follower? of ? Agnes Cook, the glume little filly . owned by Lewis Garth, were much disappointed when she failed to come in the money. Of late the Garth filly ha? run ?orne race? that have been little short of sensa- j tlonal. Sandman :d captured the night cap from Grey Eagle and alls? Kruter. after the latter, who ?raa| installed favorite, weakened. FIRST RACE-FVsu aad rane-half furlc-ur. Mr?. Kate la-ydecker. Ita ? Rotainaoa). if?. 3 10. tit, ?ran: Penrose. tt (atdirawl, J ?. 2M. trema ; S?re?*p?et. KB (Busto??. I.tp, third. Time, 9M 34. In tbe ran?, Banxai. Zatpia. Rianca, bendi.ua. Bsitterfr?. ?taeotad. l'nwise Child. CeawBa-dader aad Afar* Caaak ft?*? rar , 8ECOXD RACE?Sil furlong?: Tbe Ma? nrarrader. Its iTmi?e). MM, IM. i.W. ?rea: Be Kill UI (J. ??rTatart). Af?. ..?. eera?d.< Wood Trap, IM (A Colli??), t?. third- Tim. AMERICANS SHOULD KNOW HOW TO SHOOT Philadelphia. May 4.?"I want eTery American soldier to be able to shoot." That sentence?brief and to the point ?is from the lip* of the commander of the American forcee abroad?<3en. John J. Pershing. Every American soldier should be able to shoot?and shoot straight- and so should every American. This f-sel inje is becoming more prevalent every day. The learn-to-shoot idea is trav eling fast. The National Shooting Associations are doing their utmost to ? ncourage every one to take up shoot ing as a means of recreation and protection. Quite naturaly the gov ernment approves. No man ia sent to the firing line until he is a qualified marksman. No man ?can learn to shoot in a day or a month. It takes considerable study and a long time to make a man a good shot with a rifle or shotgun, it takes a long time to develop an ef fective army when men must be taught to shoot after enlistment. BASEBALL STATISTICS Aaerrcan Ltttut. 1KATKRDAI ? Hist I 1 ? Athletics, 1; Washington. 0. New Tork. 5: Boston. 4. Detroit. I; Chicago. 1. St. Louis. 4: Cleveland. J. VA H KR P. THEY PLAY TODAY. Chicago at Detroit. Cleveland at St. Louis. ATA-iDIMG Or THE 111 IS. *?Von. Lost? Pet. Boston .II ? .Tat Cleveland . ? 5 .?4? Chicago .S S .545 New Tork .* ? 50? A til let ics . 6 S .4?? Detroit . 4 C .4?. St. Loui? . S 8 "H W ?ablegten .? 1* -M? National League. YESTERDAY*?. ?EM LTf?. Brooklyn. I; Phillies. ?. New Tork. 4; Boston. I. Bittaburgh, S: St. Louis. 4. Chicago, 1; Cincinnati, t. ?? HERE THEY PLAY TODAY. St. Louis at Chicago. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. STANDING Or THE I'Lt'B?. Won. Lost. Pet. Saar Tork .14 1 -MI Chicago .? S .?41 Phillies .S 7 .UI Plttiburgh . ? ? ??? Cincinnati .7 ? ?*?*? St Loui? ??.t M -SII Brooklyn .* 1? ??? Bt-ytot. ,..?...?.^.. * U JM is??? rr?- f.. Trial by Sa aaa THian E-OB-Tw? Warn: ls_ Ml (Bran?, Kit, ?J4 ?.SS, ww?. a fWaBwi. T.S4. 4J?, atatad; aut, ilsarrett,. J?. t?sd. Tta?. ?SaTM. Ula 3d. Cb?aoe I_e l'?i__ Bet aad Os_ G????? ST?C--P? km??: SB? Is44??. IB ___ ml, S? _a. 2?. waa; T_ Wnlilii. Ill (_ss_r, 3.-. amarai : r?i?_so. IB ?arg? ?J?, tun. rama. ?_?_ a.t_, ta?? lamm. Bra-, ta.it. as?. t?s. _s. w_ 113 iTHailw). s.a. _?. ... ? ,n__ri, ?._. __, __?, _B? usaSOUS. II" II?Craw), IT?. third Tta., 1 ? SA Sa__. Alth?. INrk??-?? ami Js-a ??t ata ata *s-~*EBT_ BAC?-Ow -Ms: - - tl kB lO-k-asa). 4441 _T4, __; . lalergkarl. 544. _?: Mas Erta*. MS (Eta? ??, SJB; Tame. i_js maeter ?nd G?r Buttera* alao'rr?. LEXINGTON RESULTS FIRST RACE-?? fa?as-a: Prasa? at Oaaw I? llloote). 4.4?. Am. 1?, ww?; ?nulli, ir (Lille, ?. T.34. S.tS. snaat; ? ISIIII. IB latntTii. t?, Uurd Tita-, 1_*_ Nib. Do? ksaa 8- RataaT ?ad Noti?sa ?Js? aaa SrXXtSD BAC?-Four sad aa? stati fai issa?. ??? ?__?. m (Cmiiiri. ta?s. a?, ?t?. won: Batter (._?. Its 10 Mil, ??? 4? a. and: _CDtal. IIS (Metc.ll. ?.?? third. T-? i_M. Cma She. Taa_gra Una. Bunio? II. Helas- Ge?es 1? ?_ Ww Maate ata tan. THIRD __c_-a_ fulraas BIB?. 1? (GfB*> er). 4? SJ?. _4. waa; Marr'a Bee?, ? iXandei. 4.44, 404. MOMMt ?iessa Oraaa. Ma .fool.. 4M. ___ Tras?. IIS. 1 salili a ? Arac11. Dock West ?ad Paaeeful a?r al? rar.. K'il 4TB RAI -,-Mil? s_d a quart- ?lar. acrr ?alt?. US ((_a?rrl. li SS 4?L AM. arsa: Hoir-trr. ia _<_?__l. ?44. sa?, mrrjrm will '??a the Four?, IB (Orar?p>. 4.4s. t_rd. Ttae. " ? M. C?or ripe?tarnst?. ? stana? I_so?. B???l II ?rad Bein? Votw __> na FIFTH BAI?- Four ?ad? one ?aif furloae?: ras? a. _a ishiihog.. m_. s.S. stt, ww?. 1. ?I. 1_ (Howard?. 5.44. 144. aaro? Boll ?: re H4 ll.entrr.. AM. t*.ir? Tb?, ?_*?. ?'?*? Hsrran. Busler (_*_*. Jta Dudle? a_a in?w_ ?J? ras. -1X1H KA' ?Mi- and ?sa farhaag Osta isUr. Iti .Madri. SJS. -44. oe, woa. Harre? ?si' : li: (Howard!. 1?. or? ? m?il Jota ? Kf ni?II. no show -otar- sarti. ?Saar*. !_?_ Sun Ma? a?? ma. -ivl.NTH BAC___i_ mal wta anima lili:?te, 14? llsur_b?:. T4.SS. __. T.i?. ww?. ? ? trr :io. MS (Stana?). 14.44. 5.*?. seca??. 1 die ? . )? iGcatr: I. S 3B. third. Timt. 1 ?? .?>. Solid SUank, Se? Urchin. Alba? ss? J. -:i Grab??? eh? ran. PHvJLICO ENTRIES FIRST a?C-S-OaJming: rhr??->ru-ol? ?ta im: ?bt fin-loo?: Sane bug. ?G; Ceaatta?r. A: ? .o?: Un?, ST; Demah. il?; I ??-.?tal???. Ut: Ideal. St; "H Bob. 114. ?Glonota. ??; *??aaa .iaap.i. MS; Josefina gar?le. !??- ?anera!. 1.1: Ken Hillian? 112. Ti liutai 4G, _? ss. ST. ???- RAC? --rwo-sjwar-old oacla and and Is???: ?ix i-?.? owe half t?ion?. Bla?njowrie. '">: Peer?. Il?: (irata Mint. 114. War Club. I-ttta Bd. IM THIRD RACK-Tha ??ata M?eplarh?aa BsV? nifi l?ndicap: four-sear-oM? aad rap: ?aro mal? aid ? quarter: ** ? _?rt ?Miter. MS: ?In?? ? II BT; Dorertsis. it?: \? Heran. 1?: rnjote. '.- Sten ?'ari. limp.?. 1_; ?"War laock. 14?: ***Ma_-_'er. IV: .?id Heg. 1S4. Ot? PVsU', IC; 1? Was?, k?: Ota??r. 1- Ear?. Lassi. ltt; Mraharal, US: The c_met. 133: I?r M-? .imp ?. I?: Mekaa. 133. -Car?, parr ant- ; ??4. STL. WioVnw mi rv. F.lLRTH RA.t Arhb??. T?| _?.<?. Uiree-star-oid?: a? faa-lta??: *???wpa? O'Sw-v. ill: ?Aid?, i?c. sonno. ???. s?ij?sa ut : -_ibber II ? tap.<. MS: ?1?ata T.. 14S: SViH-iuiKs?, MS: Vaiauar. 14?: Bom Bola. M ?hade. ?M: Air Veaaaa. m, rr-aatauni ??. "li Metta? tatrs: ***B. F. Ck_Ha tau?. SIITH RA( _-selllrat: S?f ?44s kw ??I e-ebaaf I II siila : ITmttnc j ??): Tttamy W?r. la ?Dr. R?. s?; Melancholia ? im? Ht: l-dr \uloair se ?arBhs?. MT: *S?a> ??ai? Lesrt-_r, HT. In? H?. IM: Bitaa-a. 14T MXTH RA<'--Three atar?1. aad u>: ?m miar: Ora?r K lia ..m in.p . 1_: ??For. gr^ii? ?imp ?. ISS: r-rluae ime. MS: Kb? Vidta 115: -?ora? St?r. MS: tire?!? (smp.i. 14S; lliintrv? UT: l_d> Doro??. la. "Hai Barai? urn .imp V SS4 ">. E. _ Bow tata? MiVESTH RACE-Tu. (_-?|i Hotel hand - ?cap; selling: ihrae-sear-olds and ??; taih asa? rixts v_ ?. Airman. IB; ?;?eur?? ? ??? ' er, MS: -Hg-.i_? I aale, ta. Farine Lita. MS: ? Pis?:? Ab?m. 114: tAldWsarsn. SS; ?c<?arl-r ? ; [ H mis Sweet Horn?. IM; Priore S.. 1?>, _ul> ???, MS: Oapwatu'? (imp ?. lflC. *A;\?en-io? ?Jlnwance claimed. ' -TTare? pou?d? ?pprnit.ee a:' ? ..nce ,.|?msed I LEXINGTON ENTRIES. FIRST BAC_-Cla?r?ng. SMO: three-sear?. 1? ? and np: ax furlur?t : ?__? Wright. M : Mabel Traak, 44; r?-ho. ?: Ina? Schorr, M?: -CUst > I Am. MS; *T~ Mis? 115: ?Poowfract ite I T-iba?tor. 1ST ; Ophelia W. IB; **SJ4_? ' Wisdom limp ?. 10? ?reaceful Star. ?G.. _ri I tre. Ill Ah? rlagihie: Jsck E.. IB; Fa' Alilo?, tate Yetat Joe. IM ! MJI..MI RA<-_-l'..rw. ?SB: tro>- " maiden colt? aad geldings tww mat on?-*? ? I liirkar?.? Man? Joda la?, rimila M?; J ? Sl.hr. W: CVaL Ut?ca.?. ?SS: JaSs? -haa?i". US: Louas Isa, 1_: War Htae (_?> li: l:-.,ie?? Si? Gil? 11*: Htatas?? Ptrrk. B*. (lirurer. 112: Ltadta. 114; Y___?. US. THIRD RAI B-l'urs?. SSS4: ??-t-- '? arid up. filli? and marr., -a f_io_n> M- : .?pi. 44; r_k -adj. M?. Blu? Par__ae. (M Kka?. MT; Dt. m. 1_. Fill RTH RAC_-r__ G M? Dartst ?Usi tliree vrar-oH?; mile ?nd eagk_ : Duk. sf ta soi. I?; W. P. G?bn?. UT; I ??ill iV?h 'rt. Aun? (?mal, IM: James FVartw. 114: Jis. H?tt.?ina IM: Yisa Amer ?-? 114: ?_<_?. h FIFTH BAI--Purse. MM: twi?r-oid?. four ?nd one-?? furWis. L?Is Maaagrr. ia t_a Bar;. _?? BUI? Elitra. IS; <*?_a Mrsw. Ill; Bh-hing Btautr. US; Slider *_k_ US. Col. Tsjlor. IB SIXTH BACB-CSsjr-G? SSV. tkata jmt olda, m?? ?ad a ?xt_mtb: *Tti_tar. 41; ?_?> Isar? SbilMSc. ?. ?Cluck Baraje.. 1?; ?larsa ?: ?Wa-mnaater. MT. Prtak Baa?, MS. Atase. 114. REYSTSTT- 4_(?-f?_m__. Saar; -? jmr old? ?ad wp: mile and aa ?iajath: *S????? Il SS: ?Solid Rock. ISS: *M__a? llnimi.?. M4 ?Danxsr. IV : A? Hw. M4; Old Bea. ST : i-r ririeot, ir. Old Broom. MS: For Faar. M? le_n nentlema?, 11?. *(^?dim KianG. '.Il *Anf>rrntiee aDown?cr B___B_ Weather, clear; tr?k. t?L HEAVY HITTING WINS GAME FOR MIDSHIPMEN Annapoll?. Md. May 4? Heavy hit ting, featured a same which the An napolis midshipmen won Gt?.t? th' nine of West Virginia Vnivet? ty here i thi? afternoon by a ?core of 12 to 4 ? Both teams fielded loosely at time? j but the way they clouted the ball ou tset thla and added to the Interest of the kiim. I The batting was trae throughout aa indicated by the number of strikeout? for the three pitchers beine only j seven. CoBesre At New Brunswick. R utaers *. Fordham 4. At Annapolis. Navy 12, Writ Vir ginia 4. At West Point, Army S. Catholic L'nlveralty 1 At Ithaca. Cornell S; Altentown 4 At 1?ddletown. Wealeyan 1?; Trin ity -_ PIMLICO BAI TIMOHF Maryl??d Jaekrr Clark ? prima Meel?MS. May 1 ?a If. G It??? Dally, laeladlaa " A DM ??>???-.. StJtO. ytrmt Mara. SS? ?. M. SuicUl S-t? of ttM fraaa Wukmgtta 1 ?,*44.? *