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Wationais Will Battle the Cleveland Indians in Final Game of Ser?es Today
Battle Between Griffmen And Cleveland Postponed Doc Ayers to Op*x>se Guy Morton in Final with Indians. After th? Cleveland team had In dulsali In batting practice and shown tha few x-aat-reaoD? fana a few ?tunta In th? Heldin? Una the heaven? npantisl and the rain aune down. It was decided to call off hoatilltlea until th? afternoon, when the Indians will battu tha National? for th? third Um?. ThU U tba last game of the ??rt?? with Fohl'? warriors and the Foxy pilot U anxious to make it two eat ot three by annexing this con teat. Both managers were more than will it? to play yeaterday. a? they did not want to hav? any mor? double aoafj.r? than U i?ceeeary on the next trtp a??t ot tho we?tern club?, but oM weather man wa? not In a good humor, ?a ha let loose hU thunder holt with some rain which aoaked tha diamond, making it Impossible to play a game. ? ? Oria ?aid laat night that he would opposed tha ?diana with Doe Ayer?, ' who has been going like a house anr? this spring, and look? for the HD?ville moundsman to brins home the aealp? of the Fohl tribe. Manager Fohl will use hU next best ace in the person of Quy Morton in thia game against Doc Ayer?. The National? to date have lead all tha team? In the American League In hitting and scoring of run?. They have wellded their bats for Tt hit, and scored 3) runs in th? past week, against three clubs. One game with the Athletics, three with Boston and two with the In diana making six games played, winning five aad losing one on Fri day to the Cleveland club. AI Waldbauer. the big pitcher ?ent to the Atlanta club by the Old ?Fox last month, reported to Man ager Griffith last night and will be out for practice thia morning. Ha ia in the be*t of condition and the Foxy Pilot will look him over be fore ha la allowed to start any ?ramea In the big circuit. Waldbauer haa been given plenty of work by the Crackers, which will fit him for a campaign with the Nationals thla coming summer. It 1? expected that Charley Hum phrey will report to the manager In the next few days, which will give him one more fllnger from the port side of the plate to use a? a relief pitcher. Humphrey had a pretty good season in the American As sociation last year with the Minne apolis club, winning right games and losing eleven. Phillies and Cards Have Draw Battle 8t. I?uis. May 13.?A pitcher'? battle between May? ?nd Oeschger resulted in a 3-to-3 tie here when rain stopped the fray in the tenth inning. St. Louis scored three runs on two hits in the initial stanza. Score by innings: R. ? E Phiia. . *no 001 nnn 0?3 4 o St. Louia... 300 000 000 ??3 3 3 earn? called on account of rain. Batteries?Oeschger and Adams; Mays and Snyder. Umpires?Byron and O Day. Connie Macks Beat Champion White Sox Philadelphia. May 13.?Superior hit ting enabled the Athletics to romp . away with today's game with the champion White Sox, i to 1 The champions assumed a two-run lea tot tha first when they drove Meyers from the box. Score by Innings Chicago .-00?000?4 S 3 Philadelphia .101 "10 10--? 7 1 Batterie? ? Danforth. Ben? and Schalk; Myers. Adams, Geary and McAvoy Umpires?Connolly and L>i n?en. Grimes' WOdness Loses for Brooklyn ? Cincinnati. May 13.?Two hits. two errors, and the wildness of Grimes In the first two Innings gave the Reds ? * to I victory over the Dodger? this afternoon. R.H.E. Brooklyn _ 110 001 020?5 IS 2 Cincinnati .... 430 000 00??7 ? ? Batteries ? Grimes. Marquard, Cheney and Kiueger; Toney, Dress ier, Eller and Wingo. Umpires? Messi?. Klfm mid Km.-iir ? Tyler Holds Braves Safe and Cubs Win i*hicago. May 13.?Tyler had no dif ficulty in holding his former team mates ?afe today while the Cuba were pounding the offerings of both Naht and Canavan. The final ?cor? was Chleago 10. Bo?ton X Score by In ning?: Boaton .0t???0000? I ? 3 Chicago .0 3 1 01 0? J x-10 1? o Natif, Canavan and Wilson; Tyler and Kllllfer Umpire??Quigley and Harrison. Off? Accepted. Chicago, May 13.?Jack Dempeey today received a wire from James W. Coffroth. of San FrancsIco. ac cepting Dempae*-*? offer to light Fred Fulton for the benefit of the training camp activities. Coffroth has ?ent a representative to Seattle to consult Fulton. It will be a forty-round affair if clinched. The new Spring \_.COLLAR_/ PIMLICO BALTIMORE Maijlawd ttth.r Ciak .'?__ Dally. I.elwV?.a steeple ?___? ADMISSION. ?I??. Tttwt Mart. I-a? _>. M. < Smt aa* _tr tarn Ws.hi?*toa try * _. ?stadia? A _lnl ? ta Track. Sdl-lim sai Stami* Cmm?s Of New York Yankee. Kew Tork. May li.?CoL Rup pert. owner of the Yankees, an nounced laat night that for the remainder of the seaavon th? Polo around? will be thrown open to men In army and navy uniforma on each Monday, when American League 'fames are played. The soldiers and sailors will be guests of Col. Rapport. Beginning today men in uni form will be admitted free at the Eighth avenue gate of the Polo Grounds, where they only will hay? to pay the government war tax of ten cents. Boston Red Sox Trim Fielder Jones' Tribe Boston, May 13.?Fielder Jones used seventeen men in an effort to down Boston today, but the Sox came through on the long end of a 7-5 score after more than two hour? of wretched baseball. The Browns used five pitchers agatnat the home team, while Joe Bush went the distance for the Sox despite the fact that he was practically unable to locate the pla'e. The score: BOSTON | ST. LOC1S ?b.h.po.a.?.! ab h.?"-!???*? H.siptr. if... Jill ? Te*??, cf.. S 0 ? ? 1 Shear?, -b. .. 4 I 1 4 9l.4r?Un. ?. J 1 4 S 0 ?trunk, et... 4 119 arUMer. lb.. UHI 0 Wh't'sa'n. Ill I I I ? ?muh. li... S i 1 0 9 .vicinai?; Ih. 4 919 1 IJDaaartt, rf. ? 1 1 1 1 Tierna-, Jb. S 1 1 1 ?:i*.?leon. Jb. 4 1 I S 0 ?Scott, aa... ? 9 1 4 U N'n'mkr. e J 1 4 I S At-pa-w, e... 3 1 3 1 " Cr-rtsrr. u. ? I I I 1 Ber??, tv.... 4 4 9 4 9 Hmark. ? 9 ? t 9 9 J bn?n. al Mil ?soth'r'n. ?Hill Bosrera, p.. 1 I 9 1 1 ?????'nVt. siili ?'Lei field, ?IMI? ?Uaiawl .... 1 I I I I ?Johna .... 1 I I I 9 ?nrradrn .99119 ?Tritato ...Sii SU 1 Total? ...?10 ?IT 1 ?Batted tor Herber Ire ^shth. 'Batted for Houcfc tn ninth. 'Batted for Rrajer? in fourth. Scot. Ir? innina?? su. Looi? .I I I 1 2 ? 1 ? 1-5 Bsiattava .3 I I I ? I I I * Ril-av-BooritT 2. Bbaaa 2, Strunk 2. White man. Savaith 1 ?natia 3; tvro-b??? hit?. White man 2. tm*?.. Haaith, Scott, Austin; tbxee bas? hit?. GVtruivk; atolert laaaaa Laater 2. Whivniaa. Shewn, Smith; left on ba???. at? Loui? l'I, Boato? 11; ta???? on ball?, off Buah ' off .-saataVarOB 1. off linear? 1, off DaTrnravrt 3; -irurk eat, br Buah 3, br DaTenrort 2; bit br ritener, tar Lcifjeld. Aaaaew; doable piara? a*??? i-r to Arts'in. Austin to IJa-er: bit. off Snth ?coo 5 in 11-3 imaii a?, off Kraavsni 3 in 2 - '? inning?, off Darmi p 3 ia 11-3 innins?. LrittfUt ? in 32-- niiiir.J?. off Houek 1 In 1 nnins. umpires ? ? I., i.ti'in and MoriartT. Yankees Nose Ont Orer Detroit Tigers New Tork, May II.?The Yankees defeated the Tigers her? today. In the sixth Inning after two men were out. The final score was 3 to 2. Erickson pitched a close game Jn all but the fatal sixth. Score by innings: Detroit. ; ?000 0000?2 7 3 New York.. OOOOOSOOx?3 7 2 Batteries?Erickson and Tello; Russell. Morrridge and Hannah. Um pires, Messrs. Nallin and Evans. FRITZ HANSON MEETS MIDDLE-WEIGHT CHAMP I Frits Hanson, who Is touring the South at the present time, has been meeting the best boys for the past two weeks and has added five more matches to his long string of vic tories, defeating Bobby Byland. at Columbia, S. C. ; Ludwig Resa, at Charlotte. N. C; John Gegas, at Charleston. S. C. : Ningo Largo, at Spartanburg, S. C, and Joe Nassar. at Greenville. S. C. He meets Max Miller tonight at Wilmington. N. C. and after the match will leave for this city In order to arrive here In time for hia bout Thursday night at the Lyceum with Joe Turner. The Swede is confident that he ran defeat the local man and Ik hacking himself heavily In the com ing match and Is anxjous to show the local fang that he can master Joe In a match In which the toe j hold is not barred Turner has been in constant training for his match with Mike Yokel, and now that It haa been postponed, will keep right on work ing up until the day before his bout with Hanson. Thursday night? Premien Take Game. The Premiere defeated the Fuel Administration yesterday on the White Lot In an Interesting game by a 17 to 11 count. Boyd, who pitched for the Premier?, waa in form and . kept the Fuel Adminis tration's hit? well scattered during the game. BASEBALL STATISTICS a\a*\**mm League. ??.4??????'! RESULTS. Athletics, ?; Chicago, 4. New York. I; Detroit. J. Boston. 7; St. Louis, 5. Cleveland-Washington, rain. WHERE THET PLAY TODAY. Cleveland at Washington. Detroit at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia STANDING Or THE CUBS. Won. Lost? Pet? Boston .14 10 .513 New Tork .?..13 10 .545 Cleveland...12 10 .543 Chicago .?..12 11 .524 Waahlaa-toa .M 14 .47? St Louis. 9 11 .450 Athletics . 9 12 .42* Detlcrt . 7 11 .181 National Lea-rue. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Cincinnati. 7; Brooklyn. 5. Chicago, 10; Boston, I. Phillies, 2; St, Louis. X. New Tork-Pittsburgh, rain. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. New York at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Phillies at 84. Louis Boston at Chicago. ?TARDINO or THE CLUBS. Won. Loot. Pet N?w Tork .It I .t?T Chicago.?..14 ? .700 Pittsburgh .11 ? .55? Cincinnati .........IX 12 .500 Phillie?.? 11 .45. Brooklyn .7 II .350 St Louis .? u .31? Boston. 7 ? .313 PROBABLE RIDERS Ot THE PREAKNESS Sunbriar. Knapp; War Cloud. I?ftus: SeweU Comb?, ' Gentry; Jack Hare, Jr., Peak; High Cat Trois?; Arrah Go On, Schuttlnger; Sunny Slop?, Callahan; Recount. Mergler; Quietude. A. Collins; Georg? Starr, Kummer; Fon ground, Tapi In; Tb? Portar, Trox lar; Flag?, Robinson: Lanlua, l.yke ; Trompe da Morta, Rod rigues; Compadre. WalU; Dr. Johnson, Ambrose, Nepperhan, Midgley. and Mary Maud, McAtee. SENIOR LEAGUE PRESSED HARD Collapse of Three Eastern Clubs Adds Gloom in National League. New Tork, May 13.?It look? as If the old National Leagu? wa? In for a tough season. Just when It ap peared as if the strengthening of the Western clubs might inject a new lease of life Into the older or ganization of the major leagues, th? loss of players tn the national army draft has dealt the National I?ague a body blow which Is going to hurt. It would have been a source of some comfort to the league if the Boston, Phillies and th? Robins had not -one to piece? all at th? same time, permitting the Giants to assume a lead which haa virtually made the 1918 pennant race an ex ercise trallop for McGraw's men, but with the Eastern trio out of the hunt before the ses_on Is a month old. th? West was depended upon to make a half Interesting race with the Giants. Now It looks a? if the 1317 champions would simply br?ese ?long and clinch the pennant be fore this season 1? half over. Two defeats in a row at Pitts burgh has been a source of some comfort to the folllowers of the Na tional League, and no one will be grudge the Pirates the credit for putting a stop to the flying Cotba mite?, hut Pittsburgh has suffered a crushing blow in losing Earl Hamilton, Its star mound artist, who has gone to Frisco to enlist, and the chances are that one or two more of the Pirate crew, Including Cooper, who blanked the Giants on Saturday, will be taken when the Class A men ar? called Into the service. HANDICAP PUZZLE TO GREEN COMMITTEE The Green Committee of the Washington Golf and Country Club is having Its troubles in handicap ping its new members and has asked that three rounds be played ? nd the cards turned in in order that the players may be given a raking. The club has taken on at least fifty within the past month or so and is anxious to get a line on their ability before the r?guler schedule of closed events for tbe season is announced. Entries Close Soon For Big Jump Race New York. May 13.?The United Hunts Racing Association, which will stage its annual spring meeting at Bel mont Park Terminal Saturday, May :?", announces that entries for the great United Hunts Steeplechase will clos next Wednesday, May 15. This 3?.??? ?vent Is one of the sportiest of the steeplechase typ? In America, and a glance over the nomi nations to date reveals the fact that most of the prominent owners In the country will show their color? In the event. LOUISVILLE ENTRIES. LouisTiilie. Kj.. Maj 13-Entries for Tur? ila.. Mar M: FIRaT RACE-Pura?. grn: ?-rear? old maid en?; aia furimi??: Ichiban, 1?; Pair Santa 105: Biscuit Tritoni (Imp.l. 106; Kerkam W?; O? ?beer, lOf ; Attor?j Mtrir, 10T; I>. Blair 10G; Jona l Da, (Imp). 110: J. Walser 110; Locky Day. ??; ??leap, l_. Arso et?giblr: Exhorter (imp.l. n?; Retirer. IB; Paleine? (imp.), ili; Addante, 115; Walter Brady 107? Queen Blond., 105. SECOND ?-.?(?,;-<?ime?. rm : I j_ra old; six fiirlorujs: ?Rnoliwoor]. 96: Y ?near? Welle?. M; ?Jar* ?., 101; -Quito, WI: ?Butcher Bo> TO: ??ary'? Baa?, WI; ?Brownie McDowell, M?; Saxanain?. 10?; Khareraanch. 103; Blind Ft-ant ? If. THIRD RACE?l'une. WsVi-3 rear? old aad up; six furlongs: Sweet Alya'iim. 90; Raim. 100: Counterblast. ?_; Blaekie Daw 100; Kir Belle, 103: Green Jones, m. FOURTH RACE-C_iminB. ?09; 3 rea? o? ud up; mile and Bere?ty yard?: ?Dirrar-on, 105: Merchant, TO?; Tan?, 11?; *"??t? I?-ah, 111: ponchi???. 112. FIFTH BACE-Porar. MOO; 3 ?ears old and up; six furino??: Dr. Lery. MS; Amerio?? 1?3; ?ernest, 103; Krxrblr. 105; ?p?? 109; Smart Money, 110; Buford, MO. SIXTH RACE-Pur*>. MO; t rea? old?; t_r furkati?: TerriN. Mia, 103; Nap?, 100; Count erb??no?, 100; Ml?? Proctor, IO?; Ji?r> Ul: s*txar-oar- 111. SEVENTH R_C--Cts__?; IN?; I f__ eld and np sili- ?ad ?tua?; __? ud s.,_? yarda: *__ Wright, s?; ?C??nut?, MI: Dia? beth H.. ?: ?Bit of Brama?. _: Barbara Shill log, ti; _?_ Car?, IT; Audrey ?., t?; Kat?ya Ora?, It?; _tue Bigger. ?; (in?de Po?t, ??*; ?rinarra, 109; Oar's Daughter 1rs? Also eligible: ?Alda. 1?; Tre I?, MS. PIMLICO ENTRIES. FIRST RAHE-Sellini; maiden ?-lear-old?; four and a bah* furiant?. ?La Dwine (hap.). 1?; Pinard, 110: ?Bora? _, OT; Ut?ira. 10?; Marie Oonnell. KB ; Ring Leader, _,; Kernot?. ?; ?Dr. Rae, 10?; C- BUI Bandar, 1_; ?BU ifrr Sand. ?; ?_?___, 100; ?Wraton. ]?; John Powers, 110. SECOND *-_C_-C___r; *-r_r__ and up; me mil? Mououomoy, 103; ?Capt. Ray, lut; Onward, lis); ?Wood Tran, ??: *?_boh. IJO; Rinfiori?e, 100; IMsckassin. 95; Kin? Worth, 115: *I_D(d_, 109; Puerteas One. MO; Gama rock, 1?; Nominee (Imp), lu); ?Mito II limp.). ??: Airman. Ili; Sand?an II. 110. THIRD RACE-*?? H?mpd?o ?teepieci??; i Tear-old? aad up; two and a half mile?. Melo drama. 140; Kilix, 150; Pandean. 150; Nutaaa?. 13T; Cold- Lor?, 146; UHI? Horn. 145; Rob ert Olirer. .'55, FOURTH itA(-_-The Piping Bock Aspirant plate for 2-yea? ?3?; fire furlong?. MUa Inrer, 115: Lady Vulcain. IK; Th? Talker, 11?; Uncle I????. 119; Ophelia (imp.). 115; Keren*?. US. FIFTH RACB-The Sndbronk Park prsaa; J-yrsr ol? sud up; sir. f_lor??. Mm Mill-?. ??; Oumr?j. 109; Barn.*-'. BHsa (imp). H9; Jock Soot, 111; Leoriure?, 1_; Ben Crow (Imp). ??; Dr. Job?on. ?? SIXTH HAPU-Th. C?b Hoe? handicap: claiming; 3-year-oMs and up: one mile. Caran Boy. Mr, Fencer. M: ?Prilmm? (imp!. IBS; ?Walter Lady, 9?; FhUerrold. 115; Kohinoor, M0; Sandman II. 1?; Woor-trap, M; ?Fred crick tba Great (iaip.). 90; Tb? Belgiu ? (irato, S. SBVENTH RACB-OU-ain?; J-rear-old, aad up; one ralle and ????tr yarda ?Greeting? M: Valsrarr. ??: Mo?? Glow, ?; ?Dundmrj Iti: ?lison. HI; Dan. HI; Gold -eat Boy, ?II; ?Hiit-?, 111; ?a-iertaths?, M; N. A. Beai IM: ??a? Less. I?; Farce, _r, *"" ****** tJ. P. Griffi- -try. laleraatloaal Uagar. Syracuse, 1: Jersey City. 3. Rochester, 0: Newark. 4. Toronto, 1; Baltimore. (. Buffalo at Bln-hamston. rain. HUMPHRIES IS BACK IN FORM Highland Lassie Wins Sixth Three Lengths Ahead of . His Field. By JERRY DOIl.F. Jockey Bill Humphries celebrated hi? return to th? ?addi? after His recent accident by bringing home ? Highland Lassie, about three lengths ahead of his Held In the drat section of the Annapolis Handicap, tbe sixth race on th? card at Pimlico yesterday. So many horse? were entered In the Annapolis Handicap that tt?* race was divided into two sections running on tha card aa th? ?ixth and seventh races. Humphries took his horse to the front at the break, with Boxer hanging on gamely. The stretch turn proved tha undoing of Boxer, and Highland Lassie showed bis running ability drawing away to a safe leaSS and wa? let down at the end. Boxer managed to get Into second place with Monocacy third. Judge Wlnfleld captured the sec ond section of the Anapolls Handi cap by a noae from Sky Pilot Sky Pilot opened a big gap In the back stretch, and wa? going strong at the end. Judge Wlngfield closed with a hard rush to nip Sky Pilot at tha wire. McAtee put up a very weak ride on Sky Pilot, and with a little stronger ride the newly formed Po tomac Stable's faat campaigner would have landed the brackets. Lanlu?, George Wldener*? candidat? for the Preakneas, ahowed hla worth as a ?printer in th? Southern i-i-v.-idi cap when he atepped the mile In 1:4? and beat such good ones aa Flag?. Rhin? Maiden. Johren and Philippic Sweep Up 2nd went to th? front soon after the barrier, but could not stand the pace and had to give up to Lanlua, who was going easily, net tine into the stretch the Wldener gelding had things hla way and won driving. Flags, th? odds-on favorite. got place, with Johren third. By his performance yesterday Lanlua won many friend? and If ha runs to hi? form of yesterday tn the Preakness he will be the horse to fear. Coming from behind at the laat lump. Superhuman grabbed the hon ors in the Glenmora Steeplechase. In 'fldel 2nd raced himself to death In the early running and tired badly. Superhuman fenced nicely the entire route and deaerved the victory. Dr. J. 8. Tyree, the local druggist shot one across In the baby race when hi? Sea Pirate, a half-brother to King Neptune, showed his heels to his field and won easily. Gettine off to a long lead the Tyree colt easily raced Greenmint into submission and crosaed the wire with a length to spare. King John made a run-away affair of the second race when he got off to a long lead and never was In danger. Although he tired badly In the last furlong, his lead held him safe until he had crosaed the wire. FI RET RAiT-l-Fir? fsirlitli? ef ? mile. IM Pirate, 11? (Like), ?M, 11.99, J.??. won: Orvsea Mint. Ufi IBnrtoe'. 4 49. IS?, ?ecoaid ; Pouluaar. 115 (??.???????. It?, third. Tim?. 149. Banal. Indian Hivins. Peer?. Th? Blu? Drake and Swieawnopt aha? ran. SECOND RACB-Oaa* ?ail?. Kto? John, 112 (Rias). 5 40, 3 90. 1.99. won; Dra?or n, 14? (Wnl?l. 5.10, 9.99. aMontt: ranno?. 199 (MeAta??. Ja?, third. Time, 1:411?. Mnauker. Roaifh Weather. Albora. Bonne Cauee. Mohlcaa, Srvrstarh Wood Clock. Rnaboro II. ilia* *I*i?rrp, gaxlvam? Jour ney, G?,?? Sand. Orata? and CaatenOer alao ran. THIRD RACB-tarn and rmastvuartar ?Ule. Superman, flj (Blakal. ITO. 1299 ?ad 4.90. ?roa; Infllel 2nd. 13? (Franklin), 4.99 aad 374. ?rs-md; New Hav??. 142 lOnwford). *"?, third. Ttrae, 4:24 t-j. Woiferton "aid. Otte Floto. Rhomb ?nd Warlock also rao. r.ltRTH RACB-h-ite-fii-hlli? ef a mil?. Knot, 111 (Williams), 499. MS. 2 39, ?nan: Com fort, 112 ? Robinet??. 270. ti?, memi: Thistle doo. IIS (J. McrTaa-aut). ilo. third. Tim?. HB. Dardo?, Santa-? Dais. Talo and Balaron, ?ho ran. FlfTH RACK-Hil* Larili?. IB (J. afe Taajrarti. 10 JO. I?. 180. ?Von: 'Pias?. IM (Rob inson). I SO. 300. aecond-, ?Johrasn. 107 iTrnmei. 3.09. third. Time. Ist? Sweep Ir? 2nd. Rhine Maiden. Zululaad, Kabeaaka aad rhilUral? airo ran.. SIXTH RACE Mile ?ad SB eiftith Blati Und I-aaaie, Il? (Hirmrahr?*). 9.4?. U.49. 7.20. ?roa; Boxer. 107 (Mette?), 11.79. 499. ageond: M.snocacv. 11? (Atexaodar). 4tS. third. Tuave. IM. Amaiaamator. Fair!?. Aaatral. Paddr Dear. Friar Nota-pat, Crem Dolly aad Ben lUmperan alao ran. SRVTNTH BUT, Ma? and an .lartith. Jodie Win-meld. 110 (Hnanr). 9 29. 4 10 tsd 3?. won: R?-v Pilot, in? (MrAteei. 449 and 3.90. aeeond: lloblin. 91 Ir?oaool. ?.SO, Unni. Time, 1 ? >?. Prioc? ?.. Starter. Irregular, Kin? naher. Biennali, OdaJiaqraa alao ran. LOUISVILLE RESULTS. PTRST RACE-Purse ?WO; maiden eralts sud cr-ldinaa; taro-year-oMa; four furlon???: Coi l.ivirujaton. 109 lUllev). 449. 3 10. ISO. vim llenninss P?rk. 112 (McCkb?). 5.30. 439, atc ond; Jo? Rtahr. 109 fMurphv). S.99, Uiird. Tim? 44 34, Balistite. Boa Sinie. Brother Maslaran, MrVex. I Win I Win. I'ncle John alao ran. SECOND RACE?Purse 17Tb) : thrvaa-TJar-old? and up; six -urloni?: gol l'ila???. M9 (OaXvtayl, G. W. 3 30. MO. won; Word? of Wuadora, 11*7 iDranKfaue), 3,39, 139. ?eeoaad; Blue Paradise. Ht iKerlrrisi. 4.99, third. Time 1:144-5. Pomp. Tom Andereon, Noia B. Kildare Boy, Leicester. Broncho Bill?. Ora? Behaar. Kate Adam, ?od Dental also ran. THIRD RACE?OUlm?rur narr?. 9190: three yeai-old? and op; mil? and ?M yarda: Old Bea. 110 ? Connotili. MM. 14?, ? Ha. ?oa: Soaiiaa. 119 (lientrji. 47?. ?74. WBrad; Moon taia Baa? tad. IOS (Graba?), 10.1?, thirvl. Tim lato. Hink, lad. Oianey Molta, Charit? Can neo. Tena-he?. gTrrf-nalia, Mog?, ?lead Osea ?1 and R a Bassh aaio an. FOURTH RACB-Pvu?JO; Iha.l MM ?St?, ?a furlran??: Olnaaay Chassa. Ill (H. -?aural cat. *M. ont, ?fea; Rieht Ant*?, m (J. Mor.? . 4.99, eat. aarjrasd; St Auaraattra?. ?M (M, Sanile?. ont, thud. TUna 1:14 Taorajala aan raa. flfPH tLACB-?sat furino??: Baialo lu (ConnoUj), 4.50. 14?, IMI waa; Jap. U0 (?1.? Cabel, UM) 9.90, araorsad; Madras. 11? (Morrai ITO. third. Time 494-4 Fluahfnt Beaut?. Mat Storie?. lady Minster, Iaiverne, Lay? ?ad Tl?? Oleaner alao ran. SIXTH RACE-MU? and aanaty yank: Hoi linsvar, 94 (Iairasfnrd). MX. 13.30 aad ?_?. ?,s. : Valor. 112 (Roth). 444 ?ad 4M. Sav-ond; Rut teravxsU-h, 112 (Dooohnel, JJB, thtrd. Time. 1:49. 8prlnn.de, Plumm, Vali Swrsoti ?ad Dia mond also ran. SEVENTH RAOE-M11? and aTxtaanth: 1, Rufu?, HO (Jeffriea), TM 5.39 ?ad ?.M. won: Txsttery. 191 (gaud?). 10.90 and 499, aaxind; Nltht Owl, 1(B ISlmtaon). 2.99, third. Time. 1? Aitrt. Fit, Jack Reerea a!?? ran. Marian After Commission. Boston, May II.?Edward Mahan, of ? ? tick. former Harvard football champion, now a sergeant in the Ha ?fine Corp?, u one of the SM enlisted men ?elected to attend the first Ma rine Corp? Officer?? Training -Camp to ba held at Quantico, Va. Leim Begins Traiafaf. Denver, Colo.. May lt.?Ted Lewis, welter-weight champion, starte.? training her? today for hla twenty round championship match with Johnny Tillman. of St Paul, at the stock yards stadium next Friday night 1*1 m Lexington, Ky.. May 13.?John Splan. es. amona? the laat living light harness horse drivers of ?wr iter years, died hare early today He had held the relue in sulkies In ?very country in th? world where trotting and, pacing was practiced. He had signes! momento? from roy alty in several countries. PIMLICO SELECTIONS. Flrat race?John Power?, Pln aed, Old BUI B?nd?r. Second race?Monomoy, King Worth. Airman. Third race?Robert Olivar, Pan dean. Klllix. Fourth, race?Ophelia, Kerenaky. Uncle? Laaale. Fifth race?Jock Scott. Dr. John? ?on. I?ochare?. Sixth race?Flittergold, Wood trap. Water ??dy. Seventh rae??Dundreary, Hub bub, Cobalt Lasa WAR CLOUD AT PIMLICO TRACK Kentcky Derby Favorite Getting Ready for Turf Classic of Maryland. War Cloud, who ara? favored to win the Kentucky Derby laat Satur day, arrived at Pimlico yesterday from Churchill Down?, ready for th? bar rier In Tba Prealmee?, tb? turf claaatc of Maryland, to be run at tba old Hilltop track tomorrow. On? of th? largest Held? that ha? ?van faced the barrier 1? expected to take th? word totnorrow. Sew?!! Comb?, who gave a good account of himself for thr?? quart?? of a mile In tha derby, I? expected to ar rive today. It la also probable that ??coba will be ?hipped to ?tart In the Mg race. Sunbriar, th? champion 1-year-old of laat year, will arrive today, ac cordlrig to advice? from Kentucky. Sunbriar I? owned by Willi? Sharp? Kilmer, and wa? scratched from the Derby at the laat minute beca?ie he wa? not In condition. Other horse? which will face the ?tarter are well known to Maryland racing fan?. Jack Hare, jr., whlcb haa recenetly run aeveral good race?. with Flag?, th? Whitney candidate. George Starr and Dr. Johnson will lea?*? tb? post. NO HEAVY TITLE GO UNTIL WAR IS OVER New Tork. May It?With th? Wll lard-Fulton bout definitely called off by Col. J. C. Miller. It ia being pro dieted In boxing circle? today that no battle for the world's champion ship will be staged until after the ?rar. Colonel Miller took the only course that waa left for him when he called off the match, for It became more evident every day that th? boxing publie did not want It Practically every State which haa legalized boxing turned a cold ?boul der toward Willard and Fulton. The governor? of no lea? than flv? State? came out openly again?t the bout ?nd the boxing public looked on with nothing more than a passive ?how of Interest. Midshipmen Keen Rivals Of Reserve Officers' Nine Annapoli?, May 13?There la keen rivalry between tbe baseball nines of the midshipmen and reserve officers who are training at the academy, and who number many college athletes among them. laser hai 1 game? are played every Thursday. Kach nine had won one up to this week, and the effort to break the draw on Thurs day resulted In a tie at three runs each. Another game will be played next Thursday, and enthusiasm la at a high pitch. CALL OFF REGATTA. Middle Sute* Oficial? Will Not Stage Labor Day Races. Philadelphia, Pa., May IS.-The an nual Middle States Regatta Wli not be held thi? year, according to a decl ?ion reached at the meeting of the officer? of the organisa tion held at the Hotel Walton last night. War conditions and lack of interest caused the action taken. The old officer? will continue In of fice thi? year, namely: Pre?dent, J. Klllott Newlin. of the Philadelphia Barge club; vie? president, Rlcherd Sturcke. of the Woodcllffe Boat Club. N. J.; secretary- treasurer. C Fred Mueller, of the Palisade Boat Club. Tonker?, and recording secretary, Harry Lauer, of the Metropolitan (N. J.) Rowing Club. The meeting next year will be held In New Tcrk. ' GIANTS NADE M SOUTHPAWS 1 -L-r Pat Moran Discloses Weak ness of New York and Pittsburgh Proves It. Philadelphia, Mar II.?"There ta only one way to atop thoae Giant?,' muttered Pat Moran laat Thursday a? h? watched hi? team go down to defeat on the Polo Ground?. "Mc Gr*w ha? a great ball* club and a gang of ?lugger? that will make it tough for any right-handed pitcher In the world, but It might be differ ent ? a good ?out?paw waa out ther? ?Deeding 'em ovar. I really believe New Tork 1? made *to arder for a left-hander and It wouldn't ?urprlie me if ?ome one out Weat would put a crimp In that winning ?treak. It will take a left-hander, though, and no one el?e. "What chance haa a right-hander? Juat look back a year or ao and try to recall Alexander'? perform ance?. Alex had lot? of ?peed, load? of curve?, but they hammered him all over the lot If he tried to mix them up and use a change of pace they'd murder that kind of a ball. Now if they could do that to Alex. what ?how did the other? have! Not even a Chlnamaa'a chance. But I ?till believe they will be ea?y for a good left-hander aad I only wl?h I had Eppa Rlxey to uae againit them." Pat had the proper dope, for the very next day the O?ante went to Pittsburgh, where they were de feated by Karl Hamilton by a com fortable ?core. Thi? cauaed quite a little surprise, but Bar? I? a south paw and his slants were working beautifully. Hugo Besdek forced hi? luck on Saturday and Inserted Cooper, another left-hander, ana the result waa the first shut-out of th? year for the man of McGraw. Too bad Pittsburgh hasn't a flock of fork-hander twlrlers to us? In this ?eries; but the Western m?nager? ar? getting their port-ilder? In ?bane to give the Giant* a awell reception. Karl Hamilton slipped Into the lime light when he trimmed the New fork assassin? Friday ?nd ?ome of tbe dopeaters looked up his record. They discovered that he had won alx ?tralght games! Pretty good for a twirler In Pittsburgh; but there were groans of sadness when It was an nounced that he quit baseball after that game snd left for an army can tonment. Hamilton'? case Is an Interesting on?. Hers is a youngster who wa? branded a reliure In his early twen ties and chased from the St. Louis Brown? to Columbu? in a deal which made Fielder Jones feel sad becauae he felt he wa? Imposing on Joe Tinker. In other words. Jone* Im agined he was handing Columbus a real quince and wondered how long he would last in the Association. However, Tinker got busy, told Ham ilton a few things and shipped him back to the big leag-ue via Pitts burgh. When Earl started In the game he. waa considered a very erratic guy. When he was good he wa? veo?. VERT good, but when he wa? bad it wa? terrible. He seldom allowed many hita, always tried for a strike out record and usually worked him self to death before tb? garne w?s over. He could "blow up" better than any tarlrler In the world, and at the end never waa uaed but au? a relief hurler when the game wa? lost. Thi? year Hamilton changed hi? t?ctica. Now he lets the opponent? hit the ball at -sill as long a? tt doesn't count and saves his strength for tbe tight placea He did this sjtalnst New fork, and In a game against tb? Cardinal? he blanked the foe, although they made flv? hits and his own team scored only one run. Hamilton's come-back ha? been mystery. Some of the fans say It's a difference In the class of the league: other? declare the southpaw finally MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS. Milwaukee, f; Minneapolis. 1. Columbu?, 2; I?ul?ville, 0. Kansa? City. T; St Paul. 10. Toledo. 1; Indianapolis, i._ MONROE $17.00 CLOTHES SHOP F at lOtk St. N. W. Uptten S. B. Corner. 2d Fleer. $25.00 Vabe for $17.00 One Block fron. P-twwyrvani? RaiTroad Stitkm Botel Imperial Broadway and 32d Street. NEW YORK CITY. Radial Center ol All Subway, Elevated, Sarface and Tube Unes Near All the Big Shops ? RATES?$2.00 per day up, with private bath $2.50 per ?ay up. SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO .ARMY AND NAVY MEN J? O. STACK. Plaident. Parker, Bridget & Co. 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