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Cubs Take Second Game of Series from Red Sox?Police Game Booked Today
"Caught a twelve-pound trout!" "Twelve pounds ? Why trout don't come that big." ?Third party?"They do after you've told about it eleven times! " "Even Artiste Get the Fever" By TOPUFFE HE?EWE ?s TAKIN&. THE WATER. cu rat-? it'* tHiN*?y 0 HOW I ?iET ?,,?,? . TWl?? \*at\y ???attt ,-aa. "I hear they caught Smith sharping at cardi at Ed s house the other night.' "Yeh? How'd he feel about it?" "\ ery much put out!" 4= CHICAGO CUBS EVEN COUNT WITH RED SOX IN SECOND Lefty Tyler Proves to Have Real Punch in Pinches, and Mitchell's Tribe Land from Boston Team by Count of 3 to 1. By CHARLES DRYDEN. Chicago. Sept. 6.?Vastly more baseball was injected into the tecor.d chunk of the world series. The Cubs played some of it with their bats and with their hands and feet, and trimmed the Red Sox. 3 to 1. Being a southpaw. Lefty Tyler had to go and ferment in the ninth and toss a scare into the frothing bugs. Two triples before a hard was out compiled a tally for the Boston crew. The finish beheld two red legs on the towpath. two out and Babe Ruth hovering in the offing to snipe for Bush. That was where Babe intend?d to come through with a homer, but Schang^closed the act with a tall fly to Hollocher. nue rou.id? the second?upset Bu1Ict<i Jut* Iiy?*h. Three tallies arrived on fou.- hits and one pasr, ar.d if Bullet J? suffer*?] nom shell shock it was iut apparent ha the subsequent ?poada. Hi pitched great ball In the fourth and .sixth, the only times the threatened him. Tyler was a v.ad. all rijsht. Four singles - . .?i ilio progress of the visitors Il Um bat until the ninth, when. no reason at all. Strunk and WbHcxaan busted triples in rapid suc cuK-ton. ? ivo-ha se bio., by Bill Kiliefer in th? second urs**t Push, .md Bill is terribly ? < reclaimed the conquering No woi.der Bill smote that two - r. He had just had his eye cd cut by old Doc Mcrkle. In MM Urst h.:'f of the second Stuffy Mi. Inni? bunted aloiv: the first base line yuite a mob of Cubs assembled to ScM the pill and some party un? kno -n kic':ed a quantity of dirt in Bill's lclt lamp. Several uthletes tried to di: Btnff out. Metis finally bor rowed a hr t? ? kerchief, treated a cor ner of the fabric es though h? In te ule ri to tlirov a spit-ball, and what ever '; \.;is in tht_? e> e. the eye yv.ldee to this novel trfjtment. Doc Mcrkle held his clinic at the home plate -jo thi?* ;.'.! night ecc how it was done. The s pi use was deafening. Thoi?* three tallies in the second arci: ed the ire of Coach Wagner, operine third bn^c. He and ?. Otto Km be. official barker for the Cubs. had been sqoQwhtnc at each other rirce the start of the centle pastime. At the doss of the second, Knabe invited Wagner under the stand. Wa,gneT not only went: he grabbed Otto by the aim and dragged him th/ough the dugout. A guy nivzht as well try to wrestle a depth homb. The chunky Knabe upset Wahrer ar.d mopped up considerable ? dirt with the broad back of the Boston coach. Cub reserves dragged the scrappers apart Just as a patrol of four cr five Red Sox dashed across No Han's Land to the rescue. The umpire- pmd no attention to the fricas. AVhr-l's the use? Let the boys ii.?ht. That is what they have got to do. or work, as soon as the serie* ends. Bein?r ball players Knabe and Wagner indulged In a bit of pre lirr'narv practice. More power to *h? .-? if they really intend to fight. Knabe does his barking at first base opposite the visitor.-' kennel. Fur an inning or two the Red Sox non-es ?tsttinls in the dugout made faces at Otto but none offered to bite. Some inside baseball was Intro duced by both sides in the first inning. Hooper walked and Shean struck owl as Hooper started to st?*al. Shean stuck up his b?it and Kill i fer's throw caromed off the stick and fell dead in the middle of the arena. For that Hooper was called out and the Cubs got credit for a double ploy, though Hooper reached second on the interference. In th?? home half Amos Strunk job bed Hollocher with a trick play. The Iettar war on first when Mann sii d to center Strunk caught the bel'. dropped it purposely, and forced Hollocher rt seeond. This stunt put the fastest runner in the Cub r-iible on first, hut Paskert did nothing for :he major. Dode skied to left Tb* fatal humping of Bullet Joe In Ito t-conil opened softly'with a pass to MerUe. That wasn't much of a bump. Pick bunted toward third has? and Able Seaman Thom as canic in to do his duty, but the pill ducked ?Teto the trough <>f the sen ariti rolled on toward th*? bag. Deal tried to sacrifice, changed his mind and popped to tfhean. Next reme ?,?11 Kill,fer with his recent ly scraped and cleaned eyeball. He clouted the first pitch for two b;s#?s. Mcrkle scoring. Tyler pok ed A single to center on which Pick ?nd KUlifor counted Agnew walk ed out to meet the peg home and relayed Tyler out -otng to second. Flack beat a hopper to Melnnis and wa<4 nipped stealing. In the fourth Merkle reached second on W'hiteman's muff of a fly. Pick's bunt to Bush killed Merkle at third. Deal skied to right and Agnew stopped Pick stealing. Hollocher led with a triple in the sixth. Scott threw Masm out. hold ing Hollocher at third. Paskert hit to Scott ?Ad his throw stopped Hollocher at the plate. Merkle then singled, sending ?Paskert to third. Markle was nipped iu the attempt ed double steal. The triples of Strunk and White roan in the ninth created an up roar. One run in. a man at third and none out. Tyler tossed Melnnis ont at first. Scott walked. Dubuc went on for Thomas and fanned. Schang who had relieved Agnew In ?he eighth, flierf to Hollocher. To Swim Eightv Mile?. New York, Sept. ?.-linn:y F.l?onsky. of Pelham Bay Nival Training Sta tion, holder of many freaK recordb In Um water, will attempt to smash his record of swimming sixty-five miles on next. Wednesday. Boat ?wsln's Mate Elionaky plans to swim a distance of eighty miles, during which time he will go up and down the Cast and Hudson rivers, start ing and finishing .it Brighton Beach. Elionsky has made several trip? be tween the Battery and Sandy Hook, on one occasion being in the water twenty hours. Sonny Slope Selli for $25,000. Belmont Park. N. Y.. gept t.? Sunny Slap?*, a three-year-old colt by Astronomer-Neva W.. va? ?old here yesterday by William Martin, who owned and trained him. to the Beech Stable While the price was not an nounced, it wa? ?aid to bat in excess cU 12.01?. J^ CUBS EVEN COUNT Chicago. Ab. R ?. O A. E. Flack, rt. i 0 2 4 1 0 Hollocher, ss. 4 0 1 5 4 0 Mann. If. 4 0 0 0 0 0 raekert, et. 4 9 0 2 0 0 Merkle. lb. ? 1 1 6 1 0 Tick. ?b. ? 1 1 4 4 0 Deal. 3b. 2 0 0 1 1 1 Killcrer, c. ? 1 1 4 2 0 Tyler, ?. 3 0 1 I 2 0 Total? .27 3 7 27 IS 1 Boston. Ab. R. ?. ?. A. E. Hooper, rf. 3 0 1 1 0 0 Shean. 2b. 4 0 1 6 1 0 Strunk, cf. 4 1 1 1 2 0 ? Whlteman. If. 3 0 1 3 0 1 Melnnis. lb. 4 0 17 0 0 Scott, ss.. 2 0 0 2 3 0 ?Thomas. 3b. 3 0 0 1 1 0 ? Agnew, c. 2 0 0 2 4 0 1 Schang, c. 1 0 1 1 0 0 Bush, ?_ .2 .0 0 0 S 0 i'Dubuc . 10 0 0 0 0 Total? .29 1 ? 24 14 1 ?Batted for Thoma? in ninth. ! Boston. 00000000 1?1 ?Chicago. 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 x?S Two-base hit?Kiliefer. Three | base hit?Hollocher. Strunk. White man. Sacrifice hits?Scott. Deal. ' Double plays?Kiliefer to Holloch I er; Hollocher to Pick to Merkle. i Struck out?By Tyler, 2. Base on ?balls?Off Tyler. 4; off Bush. 3. Left ?on bases?Boston. 7; Chicago, 4. (Umpire ?.?Hildebrand at plat?; ! Klem al first base; Owens at aec ?ond; O'Day at third. Time?5:00. Play by Play on the Second Game of Series FIRST INNING First inning?Boston: Hooper up; ball one. ball two, ball three, strike . one, called; Hooper walked. Shean up; : strike one called; strike two missed; ? foul; ball one; strike three, Shean ? fanned. Strunk up; Hooper attempted j to steal second and was called out ! because Shean interferred with the ' ' throw. Strunk fouled out to Hol [ locher. No runs, no hits, no errors, ; none left. The Cubs were given credit? I for a double play on Shean's Inter ference, Killlfer to Hollocher. Chicago?Ball one strike one called; ball two; Flack singled to left. Hol locher up Flack out. Bush to Scott, on Hollocher'? grounder to the pitcher. Mann up: ball-one; ball two; Hollocher out Strunk to Shean. when Strunk purposely dropped Mann's high fly. picked up the ball \ and threw it to second. Paskert up: | Strike one called; ball two: foul ? ?trike two: Paakert flied to Whlte I man. No run?, one hit, no errors, one left. SECOND INNING Second Inning?Boston: Wfiiteman up: ball 1. ball 2. hall 3. ball 4, White man walked. Mclnnta up: Melnnis beat out a bunt. Scott up: The game halted for several minutes while Merkle removed some particles of dirt from Killifer'? eye. Ball 1; Scott out on a sacrifice. Killifer to Pick, who covered first, Whlteman going to third and Melnnis to second. Thomas up: Ball I. ball 2. strike 1 foul, ball 3: Whlteman out at the plate, Pick to Killifer, Melnnis taking third and Thomas halting at first. Agnew up: Agnew flied to Flack. No runs, 1 hit, no errors, two left. Chicago?Merkle up: Ball 1. ball 2. strike 1 called, strike 2 missed, ball 3; Merkle walked. PiclC up: Ball 1, ball 2, strike 1 called: Pick took first when Thomas allowed Pick's groun.ier to go between his legs. The official scorer, however, gave it a? a hit. Deal up: strike 1 called, strike 2 foul; Deal out on a pop to Shean. Killifer un Merkle scored on Killifer'? two-base hit to right. Pick stopping at third. Tyler up: Strike 1; Pick and Killlfer scored on Tyler1? single to center. Tyler out at second trying to stretch the hit, Strunk to Agnew to Shean. Flack up: Ball I: Flack beat out a nit to Melnnis. Hollacher up: Ball 1. strike 1 called, ball 2; Flack out steal Ins. Agnew to Shean. Three run?, four hit?, no errors, none left. THIRD INNING Third inning?Boston: Bush up: Rush walked. Hooper up: Bush out Tycr to Hollocher when Hooper bunted. Hooper out. Hollocher to Pick and Shean mie at first on Pick's low throw. Strunk fouled to Killifer No run?, no kits, no errors, one left. Chicago?Hollocher out Shean to Meloni?. Mann out to Melnnis un assisted. Paskert filed to Shean No runs, no hits, no erro?, none left. FOURTH INNING Fourth Inning?Boston: Whlteman flied to Pick. Mclnnia out Hollocher ? to Merkle. Scott out Pick to Merkle. No runs, no hit?, no errors, none left. Chicago: Merkle safe at second on Whiteman? muff of his tall fly. Merkle out Bush to Thoma? on Pick'? attempted sacrifice. Deal flied to Hooper. Pick out stealing, Agnew to Scott. No runs, no hits, one error, none left. FIFTH INNING Fifth innins?Boll?n: Thoma? out. Deal to Merkle; Agnew flied to Flack; Bu?h safe at first on Deal*? error; Hooper filed to Flack. No run?, no Mrs. one error, one left. ?cas??Killifer out. Thoma? to ?i Tiler iuuicu to Agnew. STAR MASTER WIUS FEATURE Macomber's Entry Scores in Richmond Handicap at Belmont Park. Belmont Park, Sept. ?.??. K. Macomber s Star Master won the Richmond handicap over the seven furlong course, finishing fully three length? ahead of the Whitney entry Corn Tassel. The latter wa? the favorite at ?-to-2. Deck Mate finished first in the fifth, but was disqualified for fouling. Oenone took the money. Starry Banner ran third and wa? given second by the Judge?. Peep Sight, who finished third wa? disqualified and Impartially was awarded show money. Deck Mate crowded Broom Peddler at Uie head of the ?tretch and the latter fell. Starry Banner was hemmed in on the rail ln the stretch and could not get through. It was a big day for Jockey Lyke. He rode three winners and finished ?econd to Loftus ploting dame Cock In hi? fourth ?tart. He won on Earlocker in the first carrying the silks of the Brighton stables; on Regal Lodge In the fourth, and Thunderstorm In the last. Lyke rode Poacher In the third and his mount led to the last furlong, but was ourgamed for the finish. The summary: FIRST RACE-FWe and half turione?: E?r locker. 11? (like). ? to 1. 2 to 1. eean; Sailot. ',05 (McAteel. 1? to 1. 5 to 1. 2 to 1: Hindoo alan. 10O (B-tbetl. * te I. IS te 1. I I? 1 riene. 1?7 2-S- Plater zi, N?n batate, Madam Hyp?.' Wondermen. Jolin Potters also ran. SECOND BACB-Seten furlon??: Star Mai ler. 123 ILoftua). ? to i. 4 to 5, 2 to 5; Com Ta.?el 12? iRobineon). I to 1 eren. 2 to 5: Decaddi. I? iMcAlee). 2D tn I. ? to 1. 4 to 1. n.ae. 138. Rhine M?tden. Snap Draco? 2nd, leweler. Day Dur. Tom McT??art also ran. THIRD RACE?Mile and ?utet-nth: liana lock. Ill (Wale?), ? to 2, out and c?'t: Poacher, 107 (Lerke) 2 to 7, out. out: Stradltarioua, 106 (Preecel. ?I to 1, 4 to 1 and cut. Time. 1:4* !-5. Threo itartera. FOl'RTH RACE?One mile: Reer?l Lodge. 107 ILykei. 13 to 20 ?nd out; War Machine. 107 (Jonneon), 11 to I. 3 to 5, out; Motte. 197 irollina). S to 1, earn. out. Time, 137 3-5. Tht*o ?tarter?. FIFTH RACE-One rule: Deck Mate? 101 (Belli. 7 to 5. 3 to 5, 1 to J: Oenone. 104 (Me Atee). ? to 1, S to 2. ? to 5: Starry Banner. 10T (Schuttitaterl. ( to 1. 2 to 1. 4 to 5; Peep Sle/ht, 101 (WaltoeTI. 5 to 1. t to 1. ?t;?. Tinte. 1:41 1-5. Broom Peddler, Impartiality, Mr. Space. HiaTti Olympua also rr.u. ?Dieviualined for f?tal SIXTH ??G?-Slj furlnnn: ?-year-oU?: Thunderstorm. 115 (Lykel. 3 to I. ?ten. 1 to 2. aron; Romer. 115 (A. Collinal, 7 to 2. 4 to 5. J to 5: Balustrade. 115 (Loma?). ? to 1. J to I. S to 5 Una?. 1:13 3-5. Antoinette. Maggie Maitland, Tepevgt-ur. Grandee aleo ran. BELMONT ENTRIES. FIRST RATE-Ree and one-half furlon??. Fair and Square. 107: Bricht Light* 07: Thiatledon. 1C7; Gold Vale. 106; Jojful, IM; Tipple?, 109. SECOND RACE?About 2 mite?. Doublet. 147; Skibbrreen. 147; Traditioner. 147; Reddest, I 135: Nutme?. 147: niml 2d, 130. THIRD BACE-Se?en ftrrlcnga. Hiiitleane. 107; Kelatrare. 115; War Pennant, 105; Tornati?, 110 ; Que.tirona ire. US. KOl'RTH RACE? One and flte-eiejhth? mile?. Ji tiren. 126: WTiirepooretul. 116; P?pn 1.'?,, ? ??? ??'?-???? Banane*. Ill; Rutili. H, 105: RWjht. 102: Katdor. 107; Mi? Bran, ;W: Babette. 109; Kohinoor, 107; Mm Fannie, 102; Lady Vara, 106; Rosa of Autumn, ICO; Glory Belle. HTf. SIXTH RACE-Sil turioni?. OMalley. 113: VYiiurold. 112: Belle o' th? Sa 112: Matter Key, IIS; Gratt?e, 115; Mia? Fauntleeoy, 111: Peasant. 115: Stairit of France. 115; Bniot An?el. 112: Wen. Humphrey. l!5;~Tere?? J.. 112: Billy McClay, 115: Udy Vera. 112: Monty Byna;. Mi Trampator, 115; Phalaria, 115; Berealle 2d. Ill GRIFF'S DRY DOCKERS IN BIG GAME TODAY Baltimore. Sept. ?.?There should be a number of feature? to the double header booked tomorrow at Oriole Park between the Baltimore Dry Dock? and Shipbuilding Company and the Hog Island Shipyard. The games will mark the local debut of Joe Judge. Frank Schulte and Eddie Ain smith, of the Washington Ameri cans, and the return to a Baltimore team by Dandy Dave Danforth, for mer Southpaw of the Birds. Lai, considered the greatest Chl nece player who ever indulged in the diamond sport, and Chief Bender, Judged in his price to be the best pitcher among Indians who ever curved a baseball, will be here with the visitors. It Is reported that Lai Is as lithe as a eat and is a wonder around ?hortatop. Only his weak nee with the bat has kept him from the big show. Flack out, Bush to Melnnis. No run?, mo hits, no errors, none left SIXTH INNING Sixth Inning?Boston: Shean singled to center; Strunk forced Shean at second. Pick to Hollocher; White man hit into a double play, Hollo cher to Pick to Merkle. No runs, one hit. no errors, none left Chicago?Hollocher cracked a three base hit to the right field foul line; Mann out, Scott to Melnnis; Hollo ??G out at the plate, Scott to Apr new, on Paskert's grounder; Merkle singled to center, Paskert taking third; It was a hit-and-run play; Merkle out stealing, Agnew to Scott to Melnnis. No runs, two hits, no errors, one left. SEVENTH INNING Seventh Inning ? Boston: Melnnis out. Hollocher lo Merkle. Scott filed to Paskert. Thomas filed to Flack. No runs, no hits, no error?, none left. Chicago?Pick walked. Deal out to Melnnis unassisted. Pick going to second; It was a sacrifice. Killifer walked. Tyler filed to Whlteman. Flack filed to Strunk. No run?, no hits, no errors, two left. EIGHTH INNING Eighth Inning ? Boston: Schan?? batted for Agnew. Schang hit to Hol locher. too hot to handle, and he was ?iven a single. Bush flied to Paskert Hooper singled to right. Schang out at third. Flack to Deal. Shean out, Merkle to Tyler No runs, two hits. no errors, one left. Chicago?Hollocher filed*- to Shean, Mann filed to Whlteman. Paskert) fouled to Schang. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. NINTH INNING Ninth inning?Boston: Strunk tripled to deep right. Strunk ?cored on Whlteman's triple to deep right cen ter. Melnnis out. Tyler to Merkle. Whlteman holding third. 8cott walk ed. Dubue bats for Thomas. Dubuc fanned, swinging at a wide one. Schang filed to Hollocher. One run, two hits, no error?, two lefC MAGNATE AND PILOT IN BIG GAME TODAY Secretary AUmotid. of the Home Defense League, holding flag: dn lated by Cook-Stoddard Company! On the left I? "J?ck" Ryan, manag' r >f the Home Defense team, ?nd on the right 1? Sergt. "Mike'" Itaedy, man ager of the Police team. Ryan has Ju?t said to Raedy: "'Mike,' that is an awful pretty flag ind I hate to keep you from getting it," hence the ?tern expression of the tergeant._ POLICE ?AND HOME DEFENSE TEAMS kiZADY FOR BATTLE Everything is set' for th? annual baseball game between the Police and Home Defense League teams this afternoon at tho Amcrtcan L?eaguc i'ark. The gates will be open at 2:15 and the game will start promptly at 3 o'clock. The names of the members of the Police team are Brady. Hiaer. Nor savage, Pelo<,uin. Sayers, Grant, Car neo, Kelly, Hager, Rook. Frankel. Murray. Leahy. The Home Defense team is composed of Thomas. Meyer, Eiscman, Ryan, (le?ble. Walker, Rhtncbold. Kohl. Lyons, Anderson, Humrhries. Martin, Varol. Rhinehart and McCarty. Manager Jack Ryan desires every member of the Home Dofense team to be on hand at the pnrk promptly at 1:30 for a final try-out "Nick" Altrock. the greatest come dian who ever tossed a ball, will give those who attend all the amusement to be desired, while the game will furnish the thrills. The game will be umpired by "Shorty" Hughes and "Jimmy" Bett.-?, who need no introduction to the base ball fans of Washington. Their repu tation in the professional games speak for them. ? A greet ball game is assured, as the Honte Defensers are determined to retrieve themselves from their de feat of last year in one of the best and hardest-fought same? one would care to witness, and all of the nearly 10,000 persons who hive so far bought tickets are urged to attend. Those who have purchased only one ticket to the game and now desire additional tickets can ; ecure them on their arrival at the park from genial Charlie Waters, chairman of the ticket committee, and his assistants. Pro ceeds of came go to the Metropolitan Police Relief Association. May Close Maryland Tracks. Baltimore. Sept. ??.?A committee representing the Merchants and Manufacturer.?' Association of this city today colled on President Wil son and Congress to stop ra< \ng in Maryland for the duration of the war. Jon? ViiiU City. The man that mau-s Jess Willard the world's heavy-weight champion at Havana was a visitor in Washington yesterday. Jones is well known in the pugilistic world and Is here ready to serve t'nete Sam. He is awaiting a rail for activities In the Signal Corps or Engineering Department. -1-_ DARKEY LANDS OUT IN FRONT Vivell and Daly Horses Each Capture Two Races at Timonrnm. I Baltimore, Md., Sept. ?.?Thi? wa? a pretty good day for the racing ele ment at Tlmonlum as the track was rather heavy due to rain end the loser? of previous days of the meet picked up a little dough on the inud ders which paid good price?. E. G. V'lvcll and M. J. Daly each saddled a pair of winners at the fourth dey's meet at Timonlum thi? aftecnoon. Vivell color? romped home nr?t In the third, when D?vrkey ridden by Jackson, got off to a good ?tart and wa? never headed. Again tho Vi vell colors were first when Jackson I piloted Casaba home In front in the fifth event. Casaba took the lead and ? waa never headed. Daly won the fourth with Ocean Prince who wa? bracketed on Wed- ? ne?day. Thia one wa? ridden by D. Hoffman who took hi? mount out In front and won pulled up. Algardl won hi? third race for Daly at this meeting when Hoffman rode him home a winner in the seventh. Only one favorite won while second and third choices accounted for tbe other aix race?. Tbe results: FIRST KAc'E-.sii aiid a half furkm??: Th. opini? V. 11? fDa?sr<ul. ?SO. 4 0?. 2.7?. ?or allae Francia. 113 (Hoflmanl. 3 1?. J?, ?aeood : l.ei.er.l. ?? il-.ckeoai. XT?, turd Tu?, l? l'ar.l,m?. Heilige, CbilUn ?fu? III Ba) o' Light al?, ran. SECOND RACR S-i furkm??: Camba, li (Dojlel. 7 J?. 3 to. ;??. won; Doctor D. 1? Isomiiucki. 2.50. 2.50. ?rcood: Ampere II. 110 (Dawaon), 3.??, third. Tim?. 1J6. Birdman. Enonr?. Senia. Twentj-ecen also ran. TUIRD RAt'E-Milc and a halfr Darker. IM (Jackson). 115?, 5 J5. ?son: Kill?. 13? (Lani: ?. 6 10. ??. Met?, la? ? Hoffman), out, third. Tim?, 3 Al. Cari aus, ran. No a?ow tick??, ?old. FortlTH RAnE-81t ?od ? half furio?. ?TH?.? Print*. 11? (Hoffman!. 3.7?. ; ?0 2 ?I. won. Salii? O'D.;. 113 (Fader,). It? aad 3 SO. ; second: Exnreuion, M (Doyle). s.w. tliiH Tim?. 1 25. Firing Dart, Rradroaater and Freda Johnarm alan ran. FIFTH Rai?B-Olil. and a aijteentr, Caaaba. 11T (C. Jackson). 7 00. 3 OO. 7.10. ?ran; Disturber, li? (Bran). !.? and 7.20. second: Ray o' Li?*t 120 iHrlmini, 17?. third. Tina?. 2*. Ra?a Vea. Ilr. Swords al*o ran. SIXTB RACE?Sii and ? hait turioni? G M. Johuaon. IK flielritiTe), ? ??. 3 10 ?nd 2 5?. won. lion. Nesille. IO? IO. Jackaeal. ?0?. 2?. econd. Hopa. 11? (Domioickl. 240. third Ttnaa, ' l?i. Alma ? , N'olii and Numerate alan ran. SEVENTH RAI-E-Oo? mile: Alcardl, 11? (Hoffman). 7.C0, 2.?. .nd 3.??, ??on; Syphon B"T. 11? IN*. F, 1er, ??J, 410; Joe? De.alea. 10? II. Dawaonl, ISO. third. Time. 1 ?1 J-5 little Er;.and, ?roily O. and Oradon alao ran. TIMONIUM ENTRIES. F1R?T RACE-For 3-ye.r-olds and np a, ir.?; half f Lirions? Theophik V. m : Tankard. IB; Cbilluu Km?, Hi, Vuguaa 8. lU; l>. lane-?-. IH. SECOND RACI^For ?-year-old. ?rUinr. fitrlimit. Kef Note. 10?; I^tnster, 112: Quick step. M?; Twilitht IV. 10?; Pathla. It?; Bianc?. i 10?. ? THIRD BACB-For ?-?rar-oH? and nn; ! rlaimin? mil? and ? siitecnth Ocia Priuc-, II?: Hopa. 11?: N'olii. 114, Captain aiarchmost. 1124; Bo-nrt, lia. ? FCK'BTH ?tACB-For 4-vear-old? and up; r-laiming si, furlane?. Thrill. 107: Loi?, 1.7; ? Merry Jubilee, MT ; alaxim. Choice. II? ; Am I per? II. 1?; Fred A. Johnson. M7; tt M. Johnaon. Ili: Netti? Walra'.t. IT; al'o elicibl. to atan. Salii, OOay. ?ft; T.entj ?erra, :t?. FIFTH RACE? For 1-swar-ol?a and np; ?t? fiiTluni?. Lads Small, 1C; Pepper. 110; All?? R. 112; Eipreaaion, ltr. FT)"?! I'a-I. Ut; Orslion. IIS. ^IXTH RACE-Por four year Mas ?nd up; (l.iimiru; aix furlonjra Mol). O. 1C7 ; funeral. la?; F Rascuelo. 110; Ouata. I ??; Dork ?leal. IK; Eli? Jenni??. ItT; Rnadmaeter. 110; Lon d ? Girl. 107: al.- eliaihle to ?tart, alias Franoes. 107; Surerrt. 1?. SEVENTH RACE?For three-year-ole? ?nd up; mile and a ?ixteenth. R.ivrl.z'it, 11?; tJt tle Enlland. 11?; Gre?t Polls. Ila: ' et Ito. 115; Kismet R.. Il?; liorkiort. 11?; . R?r? V,-?. 11?; Prplion Boy. 11?; alao rUftbat to start- Handln?, HI: Jnbal. 11? li-tein Mar Ge with T." Rochester. Sept. ?. ?Manager Arthur Irwin has left for hie I.?-me in NVw York, where he will confer with the Y M. C. A. officials concerning an in vitation to over seas a? a coach. That Rookie from the 13th Squad. ^A-L <*0SBY r-. ?Sir. have you another ^"7 SlRCp? TH^ RAZOR IPPED. SAILORS HAND REX BEATING: CAPPUBS LOSE TO WAR RISK SECTIOK OXE. 1 ..Ttrrl?. a ? ' ? o II a War Ri?k, ?; Cappub. I. ?Wbere Tkey Flay. No game ?cheduled. ?taaatlaa ?af the rlaba. W. L Pct War Risk . 2 o lofio Marines . 1 ? inflo Commerce . o S .000 Csppub . r. ? .000 War Ri?k. of th? Departmental League, strengthened its hold on first place in section one yesterday at American League Park when it defeated the Capital Publisher? In a hard-fought game. In which one Inning ?a? enough to decide the con text by a t?-to-3 count. Manager Mulvey was compelled to use a trio of left-hander? befoie he could ?top the onslaught of the War Rl?k outfit. Thl? trio wa? rot hit hard, but they were wild and issued passes when they proved cost ly. McGrath. who was in the cen ter of the diamond for the Cappub until the fourth, waa found for three hits, but he hed walked one and hit another, coupled with a blow which was responaible for three ,.f the runs. Pat Dennean was substituted and walked Lynn and Sweeney singled Up came Walter Beali and belt.?] one to deep .left center, good for three bases, and three more tallies were over the plate. This ended the scoring of War Risk The Printer? opened their half of the first with two hits, together with wildness on the part of Bar-all ?ratea netted thre runs ?nd were held score lee? for the re?t of the conte?t. The score : War Ria? ' Penpub: AR Ft o A i- AB ? ri a e GUl.lb. 1 ?10 ? ?Jartialf. 3 !? ? a Iwti-*ue.2b 4*33 0 Multe?.2b 2 ? 2 4 i Tjeer.J? ??11? ? ito ara?*?..?? 31111 Il ufhtoei.cf ] 1 1 ? ?BitarnraUb.. ? 1 ? I 1 Hanael.lf... 3 ? 0 ? ? MoeUurue.cf 2 11?? Keyarac.. 4 IBI O.Teeeedale.c.. ? 1 12 ? ? Lata? ?a ... I t ? 4 ??ir'rad'braT.rf 2 ? 1 ? ?? Sereeney.rf. ?Ili 0 Barloar .rf . ? ? ? ? ? Chriatten.rf 1 0 1 0 C R mhardt.ea 3 ? 1 I ?! Eeall.p. ?lit 0 MeGnth.r?.. 1 ? ? ? 1 iDenneean.p . 1 ? I 1 ?] --mn.p. 1 ? ? 1 ?, Totale. . 31 ?SU ?, Tatua. 24 4? 3 Scot* by mileage: War Ida? .V. ???!?????< Cappub . I??????? t-* Ron? ? Tyter, Dferashton. Hast, Key?.?. ! Latta. Sera-ette-. Shoeenater Hustara. MoflUcue I Uft on baeee-War Sta?. 2; Capfaub. 5. Frm | ratti ob errea-t?War Riefe. 1. Kirn bava? os taallev-Otf Beeil <: off McGrath. I; off. Remn ' 1. Inaini? piteh?d-BT MeUrath. 1 13: by Denetian, 2 2-3: by Serr?n. 1. Bita ??de Off . McGrath. 3: off Dennean. 3. off Satrran. L Struck out-By Beali. ?; taf MeCrath, 4; br Dennea?, 1 : by Saamn. 4. Threat-hate? bit ? Befell Ttto-heaaaa hit?TtteeaSale. Saverraae hit? ? -Muleey, C*ari?tie. Stolen base? ? hhoenatee. Hushes (21. Doubl? |4?j?? Keyata to Doro a.hatfe; Lr-.in to Dosohtee fen Gill Bit by pitesear -Be Beali (Bernhardt) : by MeGratth I ? ton). Wild piteli?Beat". I'mpirttt ' Handiboa and Betta. Tune -1 6 ?etvTio?? Tato. Iralrrilar'a Rarst:'!? Operation?. 1; Rex, : ??"?aere Tabe?? Play. No game scheduled. Siasela? ?( 1*4 ( lata?. Operation? . 1 ? 1.??? Clarendon . 1 ? 1.0?? Navy Tard . 1 ? I.?*? Rex . ? ? .?O? Commerce . ? 1 ??*? Tbe Operation won ote: the Rex A. C. yesterday ut l'ni.'n ?J?t ? ? Payk, by a ?tore of 1 to :. making their second straight vieter?. It was anybody's game up until the seventh, when Morrison walked and Owen? h:i to L>on?. ?eltiag Morrison at second. Murphy walked and Degnrn got a life on Living ston'? error. Owens ?cetrina fiaba muffed Watt? fly put Decnan over on Matthew? hit ?nd Husbcrjrer filed to deep right which netted Oaera tiona two tallies Operation? got or.e more In the eighth frame a hen W?lker hit tt left field ?nd Puidy flied to third Morrison hit the old horsebide for three bases, ?coring Walker. Bet ?? ? ? ? t Otta? IMOII Roavru.24>.... 3 15 11 Murta, .lb . ? ? ? 1 1 aa... Il 1 1 ? Usuane 3b > ?11.1 ? J.FltUM.e. 4 14 11 a-?t|.2h I 1 1 *? 1 .411? Ulnae ? . ? ? 1 ? ? DyaTlh .... I 1 ? I l? Ma?aawa.?.. 3 1??? Raha.rf 3 11* 1 ? heeltee If . ? ? ? ? ? Lie'itm.a? . ? ? ! : "???.il ... 3 11?? O'OonnVrf 3 0 3? 1 l'imi. ?. 3 ? 1 ? 1 Liona.?. III!? trotti on.ef . S 1 ? 1 ? TWal? , I 1*3 I r Ip:i 5I3II ?Taro rat when arare- er?? railed aas ai ? jette< of dferkne??. Sona? by mninrt ? ? ei A. C- ???*?*?:- I Opaestioae . I I 4 4 ? I H Rana ? Welker. Oat?a D -?ta?n C ffiar. Liona. Left on baaaat l;.t a C . 5. Oltaa Uose. C. Kirtt late en hall??Off ! f* ? a., - a Oaeea?. .1. Three-haee hit Mtre -: hite? Desalan. Wette. Rna-? Cafter? ?teat?. Stolen taaaea-Warts, M"m?r.-i ta , - R,l, J. FltzseraJti. Hit by mleher-f:v L a?ai Baser . tastare?-Met.r?. l?rr tad ? icuee. L0C.US WILL PUY BALTIMORE RACKETERS ? large rallery is ?expected at th?? Dumbarton Club couru today when the Georgetown team, aa Waahinc ton'a champions, will fmc*? th?1 Bal.f more championa. the Baltim? ?etic Club rt-pre**? ii' . . *?>. ir. nual inter-city match. Play will atari at :.t?out S o'clo k. th? card call tne tor ?n sinn?*? Mi three doubles matches. The Mo*.u mental Citv representatives ?or year bi:t it ia t*elieved th?? >*ar cause of the unusual streme.' Dumbarton boya, that Washing oa haa an excellent chance <f ?ev revenge for last year a defeat a!i<t b.inping home th*? bacon." STAGE ALL SET FOR RACES AT HAVRE DE GRACE TRACK Harre de Grace, Md . Sept ?. ? Th? staffe is set at Havre de Grace for the Inauguration of what promi?*e*s to be the best season of fail racing Mary land will ever have known. Between ROO and 1.601 of the very beat thorough breds of varions axes and aorta are aaaembled at Havre de Grace travk or sheltered in barns on farms round about. They h?rVe been thorousMy seasoned by weeks of sprinp and sum mer rapine snd tbey represent the best there Is In American and Cana dian sportsmanship. Every horseman. Elastern. Western or Canadian, who thinks he amounts to anything In racing or ever hopes to will have his colors up in Maryland this fall and most of them will do their first racing here. The H.^vre de Grace meeting, which will be conducted by the Harford Ag riculture and Breeders' Association will bepin on Tuesday and continue to the end of the month. Havre ?e Grace racing will be folowed by the October meeting of th* Maryland State Fair corporation at X?aurel Park and that by the November meeting of the Maryland Jockey Clab and tbe Southern Maryland Agricultural Aj^o cfation at Pimlico and Bowie. The horses will quit for> the year at Bowie on the 30th of November. Situated about midway between Wil mington And Baltimore on the main lines of the Baltimore and Ohio and WILL START SEPT. 16 University of Pennsylvania Foot , bailers Called for Practice. Philadelphia. Sept. ?-The I'nlver sity of Pennsylvania will begin prep n-ation? for Its second war-time foot ball season on Monday, September 1C Robert C. Folwell. who once more will have charge of the coaching, ba? Is sued a call for all candidate? to re port on that date The late date Is due to a proposa! Pennsylvania made to all opponent? not to start prelimi nar?' work until the middle ?f the month. The schedule a? prepared l? an un usually intcrcsth.2 one. The season open? with Franklin and Marshal', on October d. followed with Bucameli a week later. On October 19 Swarth more comes to Franklin Field. The first came which is of cham pionship proportions is that with Pitts burgh on October 36 at Pittsburgh. Word come? from the we?tern end of the State that Pittsburch retain? rather more veteran material than Pennsylvania, but the Red and Blue count? on giving tbe Panthers aa close a battle a? ever. Lafayette 1? Penn sylvania's opponent on November ? at Franklin Field, followed by Dart mouth on November ?. There will be no game with Michigan thia year, but the place of the Wolverine? will be taken by the Georgi? School of Tech nology on November its. The final game of the year will he played with Cornell. ?? usual. This game, however, will be played on Saturday. November 3, instead ol Thanksgiving Day Virginia Series Postponed. Because of the District BasebaV Association booking the Clarendor team with the Navy Yard club a< Union League Park on Sunday after noon, tbe championahip battle of thi Northern Virginian series betwee: Clarendon and Cardinal clubs ha? beei called oiT. The next date for thi? a' ray 1? September 22 at Ameileai League Ball Pax*. 'Pennsylvania rm!l ma de and reecho 1 by the famous Slate roads ? have made Maryland popular . . h automobilista ail over the coun rv. ! Havre de Grace is the most accesi ble town in ihe eastern tide ti'rr. Also it is one of the most attractive i The race track occupies a pronto;? - tory that juts abruptly out Into placid Cl.e^apeake Bay ?nd the li= scape is a variation of wooded btflfl and watery expanses. The climat ?* .always good and at this season "he country ia beautifully green. The climate is ro equabl*?. ln ' ef ? many horsemen have made the uta*) ? ! of Havre ?de Grace tra ok the pern . ( nent abodes of their atables. Bcv*-ral ? hundred of the runners that ?ill is ?? } part In the Septeml-er racine 1 ? ?? I and then pass on to La urei Park down from Yonkers at the end of i July pretty ?? ? knocked out by th? re ] campaigns on the nutropolit 1 These horses, all, have freshct \ I wonderfully. Moreover. th.-r. ? j been a marked improvement in condition of some of tbe stable?. I ; have arrived from Saratoga ir ' last ten days. j Havre de Grace ?ill have N'e? | ? competition throughout the S* : her meeting and I?at?rel Park will h ??? competition to the 26th of O. , But New York racing this fall help, not injure, the sport In Ma-> ' land HERRICK-PURINTON TEAM LANDS MVTCH The District championship '* ? tournament was brought to a close on tbe Dumbarton courts yesterday af ternoon ?hen the finals in the m? ? ? doubles and consolation ainglea ?era gotten out of the way. Darkness forced a postponement of the doubles maten between Sam Her? rick and John A. Purinton and Loma I. Doyle and T. A. Sellon on Thurs day. At that time th? latter pi ir was within two games of the mat -h. leading 3?ft. 6?3 and 5?all. but the Herrick-Purinton team got away t?? a brilliant start when play was ee? tinued yesterday, squaring the ma'chj at 2?all by taking tbe next two gume? and then capturing the deciding set, ' S?4. Both men playtd strong Individual games as well as making a good com. bination for teamwork. Roth iMyi? and Seller were good, but they simply could not get going in time Owen Howenatein won the consola tion?, beating Geer in the finale, ??i. ft?1 the letter having eliminated Dodge, t?!. .?ft, ln the eem.-nnale. LIEUT TO?CHARD DIES. Toretnto. Sept ?.?Lieut. G. F. Touc-hard. an Inslrurtor in th? Royal Air Force at Camp Borden, died sud denly yesterday In a hospital he??. He. wa? a prominent tenni? player la the United State- ?nd had rompete* in ?evei-al nation?! tournament?. One month aso be wa? atlmitt>d to the hospital to undergo an operailran on Iti? throat. He ara? prepartna ta* leave when it ?at- found nevesaaiy ta perform a iteco?*?" operation for an ?*> sees? on ? he ?train. Lieut. Te ucea? rd was J? year? oltT and a wkioteer. He l? ?urvived I" a 4-veai-oM dau?hier Urla? In <'ht.-?.?ro and hi? pare?.? who laeleta ta >>?w Tack.