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CHEEYES TIGHTENS
AT SIGNS OF DANGER
MeGraw'g Champions Start
Well, but Stop Suddenly
Early in Contest.
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FRIBERG'S ABM HALTS RUN
New York Players Waste Finej
Chance to Score in Seventh
by Slow Base Running.
Special Dispatch to Thi N'tw Voik Hrbai.b.
Chicago, May 13.?A disjointed atfii-L
hi' t Vi- Ol.nt. tnjstl
failed, as might be expected, to get any
runs for them and they bit the dust
in the first game of their series with
the Cubs by a score of 3 to 0.
Virgil Cheeves was the pitcher who
accomplished the whitewashing of the
champions. Virgil was hit hard here
and there, but always bobbed up with
a lot of stuff on the pellet when he was
in danger of being scored upon.
Bill Ryan had the pitching assignment
for the Giants, but stepped down
after hurling six Innings to make room
for a pinch hitter. Claude Jonnard
then assumed the pitching burden,
and, though the game actually was
lost when he entered the box, he
yielded the runs that made the Cubs'
victory certain.
Giants Start Well.
Tt,? rttanta etartori well In the second.
but stopped as suddenly as they began.
Voung. who was first up, crashed the
ball to left center for a brace of baps
anrl Meusel reached first base on a pass.
Kelly was called out on strikes and
kicked lustily but to no avail at Umpire
Sentelle's judgment. Shlnners hit to
Hollooher, who forced Meusel with a
toss to Terry and Smith expired on a
grounder to Terry.
In their half of the inning the Cubs
put a run over the rubber, aided by an
error on the part of Shlnners. Terry
was easy for Bancroft and Kelly, but
Shlnners failed to cling to O'Farrell's
liner after getting both hooks on It.
Ryan let go a wild pitch that sent
O'Farrell to second, whence he scored
when "Chevy" poked a single to center.
Farther scoring was rendered impossible
when Statz hit into a double play engineered
by Kelly and Bancroft.
The Cubs made a bid for additional
runs in the fourth inning but the bid
wasn't strong enough. Hollocher led off
with a single to center and Kelleher folgrabbed
a line drive f rom primes'* hat
rrahbed a line drive from'Grime's bat
and Friberg forced Kelleher with a
grounder to Frisch, who tossed to Ban- i
croft. Hollocher reached third on thts
play, but he arul Friberg were left
stranded when Groh threw out Barber.
Tn the fifth Inning Smith blew himself
to a double to left, but he didn't
get past the middle bag. for there were
two out when he made Ida hit and
Ryan struck out.
Cheevea got an infield hit with two
out In the Cubs' half of this inning and
Stats singled to left, but the round was
closed out when Frisch and Kelly disposed
of Hollocher.
Frlhergr'a Arm to Rescue.
Only Krlherg's arm stood between the
Giants and a run In the sixth, but that
was quite enough. Bancroft started the :
lnlng with a two base rap off the wall I
111 right center and Krlsch's infield out I
put him on third. Groh lined to Friberg
and when Bancroft attempted to scorc
on the catch Kriberg cut him down wi:h
a rifle shot peg to O'Farrell.
Tn the seventh the Giants wasted another
fine chance to score. Young's ^Ingle
to left was followed by Meusel's
double to right. The runners hung to
their sacks while Kelleher was throwing
mil Kellv and Yoiinr waa cut down
at the plate when Shlnners hit to Hollocher.
Shlnners pilfered cecotyd and
when Smith walked the sacks were
loaded, hut Robertson, who batted for
Ryan, was struck out.
Two Infield hits and an error by Groh
in the Cubs' half of this Inning provided
Killefer's crew with an opening
for a run. but they failed to take advantage
of It. With Jonnard pitching
for the Giants. Rarber perished quietly
enough, but Terry smashed one at Groh
and beat It out. O'Farrell got a scratch
hit to Gmh and Heine's wild throw to
first enabled Terry to go to third.
O'Farrell darted for second, but Kelly
pounced on the ball and got It to Frlsch
in time to retire O'Farreil.
Hollocher and Kelleher walked In the
eighth after Statz fanned and Jonnard
nicked Grimes with a pitched ball, filling
the bases. FYlberg put the game on
Ice for the Cubs with a single to right
on which Hollocher and Kelleher raced
over the plate.
The score:
NEW YORK (N.) CHfCAOO (N.)
abrhoae abrhoae
Banr't.ss 30 1 1 2 0RtatZ.cf.. 401 1 0 0
Frlsch.2b 3 0 1 2 3 0 Hol'har.ss 3 11 3 <10
Oroh.3b . 3 00 1 3 1 Kel'her.Sb 311 0 20
Young.rf. 4 0 2 2 0 0 ("Irlmes.lb 3 00 ft 10
Meusel.lf 20 1 1 0 0< Frlberg.rf 4 0 1 2 10
Kelly.lb.. 400 11 2 0 Rarber.lt. 400 3 00
Shln's.cf. 4 0 1 4 0 1 Terry.2b.. 40 1 3 3 0
F. S tth.c. 30 1 2 0 0 O'Farr'l.e 311 ? 2 0
Rjan.p.. 2 00 o 1 0 Cheeves.p 3 02 0 0 0
Rob'eon 1 0 0 0 0 0
Jonard.p 00 0 0 0 0 Totals. .31 3 ft 27 15 0
Total*. .2fl 0 7 24 11 2|
Ratted for Ryan In seventh Inning.
New York 00000000 0-0
Chicago 00100002 *?3
Two base hits?Young, E. Smith. Raneroft.
Meusel. Stolen beee?Shlnners.
Double plays?Kelleher, Hollocher and
OrlMies: Kelly and Frlsch: Frlberg and
O'Farrell: Holloehrr, Terry and Orlmes.
Reft on hases?New York, ft; Chicago. 7.
Roses on balls?Off fheevea, 0: off Jonnand, j
Rases on halle?Off cheevee, 0; off Jonnavd,
2. Hits?Off Ryan, 3 In ft Innings: off Jonnard.
3 In 2 Innings, lilt by Pltchsr--Ry
Jonnard (Orlmes). Wild pitch -Ryan. Ros- I
ln? h<trll?r Hvan TTmnlea. O..I.11
kl*m. Tim* of c*me?1 hour and 4t? minute*.
Stuyversant Nine Downs
Commerce in Extra Innings
Stuyvesant High School defeated the
High School of Commerce team In an
eleven Inning game yeeterday at Catholic
Protectory Grounds by the score of
S to 7. A double by George Nelson, left,
fielder of the Dutchmen, with Nocero on
second by tirtue of a single and a steal,
provad the winning margin In the eleventh
frame. Nelson came home after
tenling third base on n long sacrifice
fly to left field.
Stjyvosant was out hit by Commerce,
12 to S. but hits wore m.tde at critics!
times when Ell Jacobs, the Commerce
tarirlci. became erratic. A combination
of errors and wild throws paved the way
for four tuns for Htuyvesant In tiie eventh.
when Elson fumbled tvhfclen's
grounder with the bases loaded. , 1
Nelson starred In t.ie field, accenting
nine chances without an error. Vhe
score: \
n. H.TTd
turves*nt ...10200040002 f? 10 2
C0?nm?rc* ...,o nolo .1 0 2 1 0 0-7 II 2
P*t?er1e?-Pljmn *nd lloeehelman; Jacob*
mid M"gul, I/jron*.
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jHUT OUT
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HOW HE GRIPS T
WITTS HOMER TIES 1
RATTLE IN THE HTH5
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baseman Danny Clark clicked a liomer
into the upper tier of the right field si
wing of the grandstand and restored the i ~
Tigers' lead to its original proportions. 1
Rigney drew a pass, but Bassler was a
called out on strikes after lining a "near homer"
into the right field stand, and /
Ehmko fouled to Baker for the third out. I
Witt reached first for the fourth time
when he beat out a bunt toward third
at the start of the Yankees' half and
Fewster also "got on" when his ground- *
er toward Clark took a bad bound over
the second baseman's head. Clark
squeezed onto Baker's pop fly but
booted Elmer Miller's grounder and
Witt scored and Fewster reached third
before the ball was returned to the infield.
Miller stole second without draw- f
ing a throw, and after Pipp had popped a
to Clark. Ward brought both runs
across with a single 10 left. A fumble ti
by Bobble Yea eh put Ward on second, b
where he was left stranded when Scott w
struck out. a
These runs put the Yanks in front for ti
the first time, but not for long. Bert
Blue, the first mat) up for the Tigers In b
the eighth, slapped a liner to right een- s
ter which was booted by Witt and fum- it
bled by Elmer Miller, until it collided t<
with the fence. By the time it was re- h
turned to the diamond Blue had com- o
pieieo mo iirtuu wilii iiiji tying run I
and been credited with a'homer. h
In the Yankees' half Schang led off a
with a single to right but was caught u
flatfooted off first on the second ball v
pitched to Shawkey. Phawkey then lined n
to Blue and Witt, who singled to cen- t
ter for his third hit, was nipped steal- b
ing second for the third out. AVith one
out in the ninth J. Franklin Baker poled
a single to right, but Miller nnd Plpp *
eeuld do nothing for him and the game J
went Into extra Innings. r
Neither Ride threatened In the tenth, A
but with one out In the eleventh Veach J
singled to center and went to third on jy
Hellmann's single to right. Cutshaw, J
who had replaced Clark at second base ?
for the Tigers, popped to AVard, but
Rlgney singled to right, scoring A'ench
and sending Hellmann to third. AVith i
Bassler at bat, the Tigers tried a double C
steal which resulted In Hellmann being .
erased at the plate for the third out.
Camp Skinner batted for Shawkey in h
the A'ankees' half and grounded out to h
Cutshaw, but Whltey Witt pumped a
liner into the unprotected zone between t
Veach and Cobb and raced around the o
bases for a homer that tied the score, z
After Miller had fanned, J. Franklin
Baker doubled to left and was left on
second when Miller grounded to Rigncy.
Murray Called On.
Murray succeeded to Shawkey's va- M
rated place In the twelfth and escaped '
unscathed after passing the first man A
up. In the thirteenth, however, Jones
singled to center, went to third on
Cobb't single to right. and scored on ^
Veaeh's lilt past Scott. Hellmnnn ,s
fouled to Pipp, hut f'utshaw slapped a
hit to center and Cobh rode home on a
the blow while Veach advanced to third. ,
Hlgney sent a long sacrifice fly to Mil- j|
ler and Veach scored. Outshaw going to
second. Bassler then uncorked a long H
high fly to right center which looked
like another homer until Elmer Miller y
grabbed It after a long, hard run.
Tho score: \
DETROIT (A.) | NEW YORK (A )
ah r h n a ei ah r li o n F
Rlue.lb.. 4 111,1 4 1'Wltt.rf.. 112 4 1 00 F
.Tones,3b. till 4 4 0 Eewster.lf fi 1 I B "0
Oohb.nf.. 11 1 1 2 0 0 liaker.lb.. 0 0 2 1 0 0 F
Veach,If. 0 2 2 1 II 1IMiller,rf . Bit B 01
lleU'n.rf. 012 2 oo.pipp.lb.... 10 0 14 oO
Clark,2b. 4 2 2 2 3 21 Ward.2b.. 10 2 1 7 0
Cut*'w,2b 2 0 1 3 2 0 seott,sa... 0 0 0 I 10
Rlgney.a* 4 02 2 2 O Hchaug.c.. 10 2 0 2 1
Bassler,e B0 0 0 2 0 Shawkey.p 4 00 I 10
Ehmke.p. 4 00 2 3 0|*8klnn<r.. loo o 00 j
- -Murray,p. ooo 0 oo
Totals..47 8 12 30 20 4 >.Mays 1 00 0 0 0 j
Totals..10 1 13 30 11 2
I 'Batted for Hhawkey In the eleventh Inning,
tBatted fop Murray In the thirteenth Inning.
Detroit 0000201 1 00 I 0 3?R
I New York 0000 0 1 3 00010 0?8
j Two base bits?Miller, Bsker. Home runs
?Clark, Blue. Witt. Stolen base- Miller.
Sacrifices?Ehmke, Ward. Rlgney. Double
plays?Jones and Blue; Blue and Rlgney.
I/oft on bases?New York. 12; Detroit, B.
Bases on balls?Off Ehmke, 0; off Shawkry,
3. Struck out?By Hhawkey, 3; by Murray,
.1 by Ehmke, 5. Hits?Off Hhawkey, 8 In
Ul Innings: off Murray, 4 In 2 Innings I?osPitcher
Murray. Umpires?Mnrlnrty and
%!lln. Time of game- 3 hours and 20 min\
' v
4 Tj
BY CUt
/hose No Hit Game
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""^HARLES ROBERTSON of tl
perience of pitching a no-hl'
league diamond. Veteran tw
host of others served them up ir
nd in truth the majority of the s
esired goal. And along comes this
tart.
The amazing Robertson was b<
tate of Rip Collins, who spent a 1
hunted to the Rod Sox. The estei
f the White Sox, picked up Roben
'exasy that he put him to work in
lub of the American Association.
This spring the Kid recalled tl
hy of a pitcher in trim to toll he ti
-the answer was the no-hit game,
smething Charley a few days later
ing out in an extra inning encoun
a though the Kid's kid will do.
Columbia Checks Rally
and Beats Rutgers, 9
fan Brocklen Halts Nil
Inning Spurt.
Columbia, aided by the good pitch
f Van Brocklin, scored a victory e
tutgers by a score of 9 to 5 yester
fternoon on South Field.
Coaclv Coakley surprised Colum
ans by benching Captain Clark
ringing llartman in 4o catch, CI
,ent in in the second Inning, howc
fter Hart man broke his finger tr>
3 catch a foul tip.
Rutgers scored in its first turn
at. Duffy hammered a single thro'
hort, Durand filed out to Stack, B
ighouse clouted a homer Into the <
erficld stands scoring Duffy ahead
Im. The next two batters were e
uts.
Columbia managed to retll&te In
alf of the first with one run. Tedf
nd Smith singled, Moeschen, playing
sual good game, bunted to the pltcl
/ ho threw the pill over the first bt
nan's head. Tedford scored. A
wo were out in the next Inning Coli
in pushed two more runs across.
RUTGERS. N I ' COLUMBIA,
ab r h o a e >brh O
>uffy,2b 412 a 0 1 Tedford.2b4 3 2 2
Jursnd.lbft 1 O 7 O 1 iSmUh.ef.. .3 2 3 1
rghouw,e402 ft I O MVhen.nl I 1 2
'latt.Sb. 210 0 4 OiClark.c. . .4 0 0 ft
Vhrelk.p 4 10 0 3 OS lack. If. .411 2
Wm.B ..^dnn L> 4 fl! Strnm I h. 4 12 10
Celly.tf. .811 3 OOWatt.ib. 30O 3
lalon'y.rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 VB'klln.p 4 00 0
ohnson.cf 3 0 0 1 O 0 Barber,rf. 310 3
?ra.p ,0 00 1 1 0
Clafn'n. .000 0 00 ToU)?. .33 0 103:
Total...33 9 6 34 13 2
tugtera 2 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 !
olumbla X 3 0 0 1 1 0 4!
Clafhausen batted for Leon In the n
nnlng.
Two base talta?Smith. Durand. Three
Jt. Stark. Home ran?Blerfnghouse. St
aae* Moesrhen, Strom, Johnson. Sact
It?Watt. Struck out?By Wheelock. 3
ruling*, by l,con. none In 2 Innings: by
Irocklln. 9. Basea on balls?Off Wboeloc
ff Iyron. 2; off Van Brocklln, 4. T-eft on 1
-Columbia. 9; Rutgers. 0 Hit by pitch
ly Wheelock (Strom, Smith).
Eastern League.
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
W. L. F.C.I W. L.
lew Haven.II 9 .6RS( Bridgeport... 7 I)
Ittsfleld ...10 9 .929 Hartford.... 9 10
'Itclihurg... 0 7 .993: Waterbury.. 9 10
Ibany !> 7 .99.t|?prlngfleld.. BIO
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
At Springfield? R. II
row llaven ' H 1.'
prlngfleld 1) 1
Latteries?Mayberry and Slmpaon; Mul
At Hartford? R. H
ilbany A 1
lartford >1 I
nattrrlee?Pennington, (".ntrlaa, Johneon
Ingor; Morgan Bnil Murphy.
At Waterbury? 1}- H
Irtdgeport " |
t'aterbury B 1."
Bntterlee?braeure, Lepard and 8n
torgan and Tyler.
At Plttafleld? R. H
'Itchburg . .1 I
'Ittafleld It 1'
Hatter Ira?Neltake and Itnrgrravre; Ml
loyre, Bennett. T.aplante and Redman.
Home Run Hitters
of the Major Leagw
AMRRII'AN f.KAGlK.
Seasm
T.?t
Harrle. llo?ton I
Blue, Itetrolt I
( lark. Hetrolt 1
Witt, New York I
Miller, Philadelphia ........ 1
Slater, St. I.onla t
Perkinn. Philadelphia I
Collin*. St. l.oole 1
NATIONAI, I.HAdl'S. '
Rowdy, Boaton I
Wheat. Brooklyn 1
I RAt.t K TOTAIA.
American l.eagne A:
National l.eagiie ?i
BE NEW YORK HERALJ
?S, WHO SC
Startled Baseballdom |
p igSpLETTlN G
Iff 'ER. GO. Ill
fJiin A?so<oi
j PtfOTVOPAPHtH.
le Chicago White Sox had the novel ext
game in his first appearance on a major
triers like Mathewson, Johnson, Clcotte and
lany a year before attaining such a result,
tar boxmen of the past never reached the
i youngster and turns the trick in his first
jrn at Sherman, Texas, and was a schoolbrief
time with the Yankees and was then
?med Kid Gleaeon, director of the destinies
t?on last year and found him so green and
$ more northerly clime for the Minneapolis
ic cub and one day when ho found himself
irned Robertson loose on the Detroit Tigers
And just to show that the boy really had
pitched brilliantly against the Yanks, winter
with the renowned Carl Mays. It looks
City College Beats Seton
-5 for Fourth Straight Win
ith Axtell Has Fine Afternoon
a o Ci. :_Li r
?* Jiraiyui uauics.
ling The C. C. N. Y. baseball team won Its
,ver fourth victory In Ave games by beating
. the Seton Hall College nine yesterday In
the Lewlsohn Stadium. The score was
6 to 2. It was the third game of the
b1a week for Axtell, Lavender moundsman.
and who had twirled against North Carolina
ttrl< on Monday and Stevens on Wednesday,
ver- but he pitched magnificent ball yester'lng
day. allowing only five scattered hits.
One of Seton Hall's two runs was
unearned and tne other was tallied In
UK" the ninth after Donovan had stolen two
'er" bases.
cn" City College had no trouble In hitting
"* the deliveries of outwater. making twelve
asy hits in all. Murray's double scored two
runs In the third, and In the following
lnntsg two baggers by Welsberg and
ord Kelly and Trullo's single scored two
.hl8 more.
r' Trullo, Lavender centerflelder, made
'se* his first error In two years when he
r,er dopped O'Neill's fly In the fifth. He had
jm" played perfect ball on the freshmen team
last year1 and continued tho record
through the eleven games he played this
J? year.
"0 V. C. N. Y. SETON HALL.
20 ah r h o a r sbrhoae
10 liabn.3b .100 0 ao.MHor'k.lMnn 110
0 0 Rle*cr.3b. .0 0 0 1 O 0 O'Nelll.lb 4 0 0 0 00
00 Kellv.ib. .4 1 2 3 1 1 Fries, rf ..40 1 9 00
0 1 Ab'c'va.2b 00 0 0 1 O Fel lers.cf.. 4 0 0 1 1 0
2 0 Nadel.lf.. .4 1 3 1 O 1 Coll.Sb... .3 0 1 1 10
oo Rnskin.lb.3 1 3 0 0 0 WHor'ltji 4 0 O O 40
Murrajr,c..4 1 3 11 0 0 Donovan.cS 11 (I 3 0
'82 Axtell.p . 30 1 0 2 0 Kenny.3b .303 5 1 3
Welnb'g,rf 4 I 1 1 OOOutw r,p. .3 1 0 1 3 0
Elns'n.rf. 00 0 O 0 0
1?5 Sals.at .301 2 20 Totals. .31 2 0 24 13 3
c?0 Trullo.cf .3 1 1 1 0 1
Inth Martln.cf 1 0 0 0 00
base Totals.. 34 A 12*28 8 3
olcn *Kcnny out for not touching second base
lore in the ninth Inning.
In 7 Seton Hall. .. .0 o 0 0 1 0 0 0 1?2
Van C. C. N. Y. . . 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 O X?8
It. 0; First bane on errors?C. C. N. Y., 3; Seton
mill. i WO O&W I11TK" " V\<J1 IT, i>tllTT?y,
?r? Welabcn-. ' "' nny. Hacrlflee hits?Axtell. Halx.
Stolen ' "<>?Donovan, 2. Left on baaee?
O. O. N. V., 7; Heton Hall, 8. Basea on balls
?Off Axtell. 1: off Outwater. 1. Struck out
?By Axtell, 9; by Outwater. 4. Hit by
pitchers?Hy Axtell (M. Hornak.l Passed
balla?Donovan. Murray. Hlta?Off Axtell.
p c. 8 In 0 Innings; off Outwater. 13 In 8 Innings
4,17 I'mplrea?Messrs. Tone and fllchel. Time of
378 Kamo?1 hour and 80 minutes.
.878 ??????
"3" Army Nine Defeated
e by Colgate, 8 to 2
I 2 Wrst Point, May 13. ? Colgate
ren- handed Army a Jolt to-day, ben ting the
cadets by a score of 8 to 2. The West
r. E. pointers were unable to hit Blumo ef.
, rectively, while Colgate took kindly to
HM<1 all three of the Army hurlers' offerings.
Roper was slammed for six hits for
E- a total of Ave runs In the visitors' halt
} ^ of the third. The cadets' defense was
llfh'. atrocious throughout. Smythe's circus
catch off Plume's bat In the eighth was
t. E. the fielding feature.
J * The score:
lllcr, ARMY. OOLOATE.
ab r h o a e ab r h o a e
Smythe'cf 2 1 1 3 0 1 Kelly.If ,.801 0 10
?tVIUilde.2b3 0 0 2 4 2 Hub'rd.rf.,8 I 1 O 00
I ; French,If .3 0 0 1 0 I Htrfnen.cf.4 3 1 3 00
I! fltorrk.3b,.4 1 1141 Uerman..1b80 0 3 0 0
I ; Render, lb 4 0 I If) 0 0 JKnrne*,o,.6 I 3 A 10
?- I Dasher.s*. ,3 0 2 2 1 1 EH.irns.lb4 0 3 13 00
I : Oood'n.rf, .4 0 0 2 0 n Ssnford.Sb.l 1 2 3 8 1
I Wood.r. . 4 00 a 3 0 Ohern.ss 42 1 l Si
Roper.p. .100 I 10 Blume.p . 3 11 0 10
Whltson.p.I 0 o O 00 i. ?.
... | Sarcka.p. . I 0 0 0 0 1 Total* . 40 8 11 97 1A I
! Stovonsonl 0 0 0 0 0
!, I ?
, Totsi* 31 3 A 37 12 7
Batted for Whltson in the ?l*lh Inning
l Army 0 0 0 0 I 0 II I 0?3
>v Colgate 0 0 A 1 I 0 0 O 1?8
- Htolon bases--Bteffen. Herman, J. Bame*
? (2). Ohern. Storrlc. Two base hit* -Sanford,
Reader Threo ba*e hit*?Kelly. Smytbe.
Hit*?Off Roper, 7 In 4 Inning*: off Whltaon.
1 In 2 Innings; off flarcka, 3 In 3 Inning*,
liana* on hall*?Off Whltson. 3: off flarrka. 1;
! off Illume, a. Htrurk out?By Roper, 1: by
Whltson, 1; by fl?rcka. 1; by Blunte, 4. Wild
pitch- -whltson Harrka. Passed balls?J.
llamas. S. Double play?Ohern. flnnford and
3 K Barnes. I/eft on baaea? Array, 7; Colgate,
4 3 Time of game. 2 hour* ?nfl 94 mlniMM
J Umpires-Marshall snd Trauti.
D, SUNDAY, MAY 14,
1QRE 3 RU
DODGERS BEATEN ,
BY REDS' DEFENSE
Donohne Batted as Hard as
Shriver and Mitchell of
Losers.
Cincinnati. May 13.?Brilliant defensive
work by the Reds' infield to-day 1
enabled them to beat the Brooklyn 1
Dodgers, 8 to 3, although each team 1
made twelve hits, and one of the Brook- 1
lyn hits was a home run by Zack Wheat (
In the ninth inning. '
The Reds, at that, devoted three sin- 1
gles, a double and a sacrifice to- the
scoring of one run in the eighth inning.
. Harry Shriver, the right handed '
rookie, started for the Dodgers and ]
allowed one hit In each of the first :
three innings. The Dodgers were hit- i
ting Pete Donohue's right handed de- !
livery frequently and the game was a ]
stand off until the Reds scored two :
runs in the fourth on a pass, triple and
sacrifice fly.
In the fourth, Shriver was derrlcked
and Southpaw Clarence Mitchell went (
to the rescue, but Clarence was hit hard i
when hits meant runs.
The Dodgers lost three games In ,
Pittsburgh and have dropped the first <
two here. They left for the West with the
Btlng of a 4 to 3 defeat at the hands <
of the Boston Braves last Sunday.
High to-day proved himself a good i
lead off man by opening the first Inning (
with a long single to center off Donohue.
He scored on Johnston's infield out and
Tom Griffith's single to center. Wheat >
was safe on Bohne's fumble of a hot
drive, but Myers hit into a double play.
The Dodgers were the victims of a peculiar
double play In the second inning. J
Bert Griffith opened with a single to '
right and took second on Olson's single
past Pinelll. Hungllng filed to Pat Dun- ;
can In left field and Bert Griffith attempted
to take third on the out. For '
some unknown reason, Bohne deserted *
his position at second base, for which 1
Olson was headed and ran to third.
There he took the throw from Dunoan '
and tagged Griffith sliding Into the bag. 1
The sight of a second baseman comple- '
ing a double play at third on a straight '
| play was new to the 4,000 fans.
I Another chance was missed by the i 1
Dodgers in the fourth through a queer j!
play by Bohne. Wheat opened with a triple
to left center and Myers walked. ]
Bert Griffith grounded to Cavency. ]
Wheat pretended to start for the plate <
in order to confuse Bohne. Bohne, start- ]
ed as if to throw to the plate, but .
switched and threw to Pinelli. who
tagged Wheat sliding back to third. Ol- ]
son rolled to the busy Bohne who tagged <
Bert Griffith going to second. Olson
stole second but Hungllng struck out.
The Bed attack was delayed until the
fourth inning, when George Harper 1
opened with a pass and held first while
Hargraves struck out. Harper scored on |
Caveney's triple that was carried over !
Myers's head by the wind, and Caveney ]
aeored on Plnelll's sacrifice fly to Tom .
Griffiths.
George Burns ODened the Reds' attack 1
of four runs off Shriver end Mitchell in ]
the fifth Inning with a single to left.
Daubert laid down a sacrifice bunt to ,
Johnston and Bert Griffith muffed the 1
throw to first. Duncan then sacrificed.
Bohne was walked purposely, filling the
bases, after which "Uncle Robbie'.' made
the strange move of rellev1 it a pitcher
who had been Instructed to pas i a man.
Clarence Mitchell went to the rescue
of Shriver and fanned Rube Bressler,
who batted for Harper, but Hargrave 1
doubled to center on a short fly that 1
Myers tried to trap, scoring Burns, '
Daubert and Borne. Caveney singled '
to center, scoring Hargrave.
Burns tripled off Mitchell In the sixth
and, on the squeeze play, Daubert's sacrifice
sent Burns nome.
*Four hits and a sacrifice gave the
Reds one run in the eighth inning.
Caveney opened the eighth with a dou
ble to center and Plnelll sacrificed.
Donohue beat out a hit to High. Caveney
holding third. Burns singled to center,
scoring Oaveney. Donohue taking
second. Daubert tried to sacrifice, but
1 forced Donohuo at third. Duncan
bounced a single off Mitchell's shins for ,
the fourth hit of the inning, filling the
bases. Bohne's fly to Myers left three
Reds on bases. ]
After Wheat's home run In the ninth 1
inning, Daubert got an error for muffing
a foul from Myers, but Myers then '
popped to Pinelli.
' BROOKLYN <N.) | CINCINNATI (N.) i
sbrhoael ab r h o a e <
I High,sr.. 4113 3 OjBurns.cf.. 3 23 1 0 0 <
, J'ston.Sb 4 0 2 2 4 o'lVberi.lh. 2 1 1 10 0 1 :
T.Q'th.rf. 4 03 1 0 OiDtmean.lf. 4 02 3 1 0 i
Wheat.If. 4 1 2 2 0 0lBohn?,2b. 4 1 0 2 4 1 I
Myers,cf. 3 00 2 0 0 Harper,rf. 1 1 0 0 0 0 <
B.O'th.lb 4 1 2 7 2 IIH'gravs.c. 8 11 3 10 I
. Olson,2b. 4 0 1 3 1 OlCav'ney.ss 4 2 3 4 4 0
H'gllng.c 40 t 4 1 o!pinrlll.3b. 20 1 2 3 0
Shrtver,p. 200 0 OOD'ohue.p. 401 1 00
MitchTl,p 20 0 0 1 Oi Brassier. 1 00 0 0 0 (
Neale.rf.. 100 1 0 0
Totals.33 3 12 24 12 1
f Totals..31 n 12 27 13 2 /
Batted for Harper In the fifth Inning.
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2?3 ,
Cincinnati 00024101 x?8 '
Two huso lilts? Duncan, llargravc, Cavcney,
B. Hrlfflth. Thrse base lilt?Wheat, Caveney, 1
Burns. Ilungilng. Itoma run?Wheat'. Stolon '
hasp?Olson. Sacrifices?Ptnolll 2, Daubert I
-S. Duncan. Double plays?Caveney and Daubert;
Duncan and Bohne; Bohne, Caveney ,
and Daubert. I^ft on bases?Brooklyn, (I; \
Cincinnati, 8. Bases on balls?Off Shrlver, '
4; off Donohue. 1. Struck out?By Shrlver, i
2; by Mitchell, 1; by Donohue, 3. Hits?Off |
Shrlver, 5 In 4 1-3 Innings; off Mitchell, 7 ,
. In 3 2-3 innings. Losing pitcher?Shrlver. ,
Umplres-sO'Day and Hart. Time of game?
1 hour and 52 minutes.
Cardinal* Beat Phillies ],
in a Loosefly Played Game
St. Louis, May 13.?Bases on balls ami
errors gavo St. Louis a 6 to 5 victory
over Philadelphia In a loosely played
same to-day. The locals were outhlt
two to one, but made the most of the
visitors* mlscucH, which resulted In
breaking Philadelphia's winning streak
i of four straight games. The score:
' PHTLAPBLPHIA(N.)| 8T. L01T18 (N.)
sit r h o a sj ill r li out
, L'eau.lf. 30 1 3 1 0 Smith.rf.. 3 S 0 o 0 1
Rapp.3b. 3 1 1 0 2 0T'rcer,ss. 3 2 1 3 2 1 j
W'tker.rf 311 1 0 1 Stock,3h.. 8 10 3 10 ,
Wins,of. 210 3 1 0!H'n*by,2b. 3 1 1 2 3 0 1
i Psrk'n.2b 4 1 1 1 A 2'F'nler.lb. 3 00 R 00
F'cher.ss 4 1 3 0 3 OlMcM'ry.lf. 4 0 2 4 1 0
. Leslie, lb. 40 1 12 0 0;H'cote.cf. 4 0 0 2 00
, Henllne.c 3 0 1-4 1 01 Asmlth.e. 0 0 3 1 0 ,
Rlng.p... 20 1 0 0 0 North.p.. 1 00 0 2 0
1 Winters,p 1 00 0 0 OiPertles.p. 101 0 0 0
l W'stone. 1 0 0 0 0 0|
1 Totals.. .28 6 8 27 10 2
Totals . 30 A 10 24 13 8|
Ratted for Ring In the sixth Inning.
Philadelphia 2001 2000 0-3
8t. Louis 3 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 x?0
Two base hits?Walker, McHenry, Hornsby. \
Fletcher, Rtolen base?Ttapp. Hacrlflcea?
Fournler. North. Double plays?Topnrcer,
Hornsby and Fournler; Lebourvesu and Henllne.
Left on bases?Philadelphia. 7; Ht.
Louis, A. Bases on balls?Off King, A; off i
North, 3. Struck out?By Ring. 2; by
Winters. I; by North. 2; by Pertlra, 2. lilts
?Off Ring, I In 0 Innings: off Winters. I
tn 3 Innings; off North. R In 4 1-3 Innings; !
off Pertlca, 2 In 1 2-3 Innings. Winning
pitcher?T'ertlca. Losing pitcher?Ring. Urn- I
j plres? Qulgley, Mornn and Kinslle. Time of
gains?1 hour end SO minute*. I
Villanova Nine Takes
Fifth Consecutive Win |
VILLANOVA, Pa., May 13.-Tha Villanova
College nine won Its fifth consecutive victory
when It beat the undefeated La Halle College
team by a score of A to 2 here to-day. Meader'a
superb hurling was the feature of the
game. The score;
La Sails 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-2
VHtanora 0 2 0 2 ? ? ? *~?
Re Merles?T racy and Clark; Mender and
McDonald.
,
1922.
NS ON M
ATHLETICS' HOMERS
SET BACK BROWNS
Perkins and Miller Hit Four
Base Clouts?Sisler and
Collins Do Too.
Pkiladklpkia, May 13.?Home run*
>y Perkins and Miller enabled Philadelphia
to even the series with St. Louis by
winning to-day, 7 to 4. The Athletics
>unched Ave of their seven hits off Van
311der in the third Inning for Ave runs.
Sisler and Pat Collins, a pinch hitter, in
;he ninth inning, also made homers'.
The score:
ST. LOUIS (A.) (PHILADELPHIA (A.)
abrgoae ab r h o a e
Tobin,rf. 5111 0 0,Young.2b 4 2 2 0 2 0
Clerber.as 50 1 0 2 0 J'nton.lb. 3 1 1 IS 10
Sisler,lb. 0 2 4 16 1 0 Walker,If. 4 0 1 1 0 0
tV'ms.lf. 3 0 1 2 0 0: Perkins,c. 32 1 1 0 0
9ever'd,c 400 2 0 OlMlller.cf.. 4 1 1 4 00
Sh'rten.cf 4 0 2 1 0 0 Welch.rf.. 200 0 in
FS'erbe,3b 3 00 0 4 0Dykes,3b. 3 00 2 I'. 0
McMs.2b 4 00 2 3 1 G'way.sa. 311 2 2 0
VanG'r.p 3 00 0 0 0 Rommel,p. 2 0 0 1 1 0
Collins.. Ill 0 00
Totals.. .28 7 7 27 9 0
Totals.37 4 10 24 10 II
Batted for Van Odder in the ninth inning,
3t. Louis 00100110 1?4
Philadelphia 00500002 x?7
Two base hit?Sisler. Home runs?Miller,
3lsler, Perkins. Collins. Stolen base?Sisler.
Sacrifices?Rommel, Johnston. Double play
-Ellerbe, McManus and Sisler. Left on \jises
3t. Louis, 8; Philadelphia, 1. Bases on
mils?Off Van Qllder, 2; off Rommel. 2.
Struck out?By Van Odder, 2: by Rommel, 1.
empires?Connolly and Wilson. Time of
same?1 hour and 25 minutes.
Stevens Tech Beats R. P. I
by Close Score of 3 to 2.
Ths Stevens Tech baseball team beat
the R. P. I. nine In Hoboken yesterday,
3 to 2.
Although outhlt by the visitors,
Stevens played classic ball In the field.
The play that stood out was Hannlgan's
throw from center, catching Brown at
the pan with what might have been
the winning run.
Kurtz trlppled In the first and went
lome on Huneke's sacrifice fly. Stevens
was held scoreless from then till the
sixth, when they scored one more by
:lean hitting.
Crosby starred at the bat. hitting
three times out of four at bat. The
score:
STEVENS. It. P. I.
abrhoae abrhosn
Roth.3b. 40 0 3 3 1 Sparrow.If.3 0 O 1 0 0
Kurt?.2b. 3 2 1 6 3 0 Al<lulKt.3b.3 0 1 1 6 0
H.uneke.lb4 0 1 0 0 0 Flecker,as. .4 0 O 1 4 3
H.O'O'I.ss.3 1 1 1 4 0 Fowlan.lb.3 0 I 16 00
FUnnlgn.cfe 0 1 3 2 0 Cropsey.e. 4 0 3 2 li
Jacobus,If . 1 0 0 1 0 0 Holcom.cf.4 0 0 2 00
F.O'Oal.rf.3 0 2 1 0 1 Capwcll.rf.4 10 1 10
Uasen'n.lf.SOO 1 0 0 Lorenzo.2b4 1 1 0 0 0
Hlglesr.c.. . 3 0 O 3 4 0 Brown,p. . 4 0 1 O 2 1
totDth,p..3 0 0 0 8 0 VanBeu.lf.S 0 1 O 00
Totals. .30 3 6 27 21 2 Totals. 35 3 8'24 14 8
None out when winning run was scored.
Steven/! 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 l ?3
R. P. ! 0 0 O 0 2 0 0 0 0?2
Two base hits?p. O'Call. Cropse.v. Three
jase hit?Kurtz. Sacrifice hit?Huneke.
Stolen bases?Kurtz. 2. Double plmy?Grtf1th,
Kotb and Kurtz. Bases on balls?tiff
Griffith. 1: off Brown. 3. Earned runs?Stevens.
2; R. P. I.. 2. Struck out?By Griffith. 3: by
Brown. 3. Hit by pitcher?By Griffith (Fow.
Iani. Left on bases?Stevens. 8; K. P. I., 12.
lTmplre?Post. N. Y. U. Time of game?2
hours and 10 minutes.
Braves Down Pirates in
Loosely Played Game, 8 to 5
Pittsburgh, May 18:?Boston defeated
Pittsburgh 8 to 5 to-day In a loosely
played game in which errors and wild
pitches figured In the scoring, dowdy's
home run over the left field wall In the
iwh inrin, came with the bases filled.
[n the ninth Kopf was sent to flrst base
an Catcher Sfattox's Interference. The
score:
BOSTON <N.) I PITTSBURGH (N.)
abrhoae! abrhoae
Powell.ef 5 01 3 0 P M'vllle.ss. 521 2 r> 0
Kopf .as.. 4 1 0 2 G 21Carey,cf.. 5 2 3 2 00
K'orth.rf. 4 20 5 0 OlBlgbcr,lf.. 3 0 1 1 00
N'son.lf.. 3 02 1 0 0,Ens.2h... 3 1 2 4 0 1
Cruise,If. 100 1 0 1 |Tra.vn'r,3b 4 0 I 0 II
B'ckel.Sb. 4 2 3 1 1 0 Mueller,rf 10 1 oO
Holke.lb. 4 10 10 1 0,Grimm,lb. ? " <i It 11
Ford,2b.. 311 1 20Mattox,r. 4 0 0 0 20
Gowdy.c. 311 2 0 OiCooper.n.. 2 00 O 10
O'Nelf.e.. 1 00 0 0 0 tRnbvet .. 100 0 00i
McQ'en.p 3 00 1 1 OlM'rlaon.p. 00 0 0 0 0
ItBarnhart 1 00 0 0 0
Totals..35*8 8 27 11 3i
I Totals.. .3d 5 0 27 10 3?
Kopf riven base on catcher's Interference,
eliminating time at oat.
tBaticd for Cooper In the sixth Inning.
tBatted for Morrison In the ninth Inning.
Boston 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 I 0?8
Pittsburgh 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 O-O
Two base hits?Boeckel, Ens. Three base
llts?Boeckel, 2. Home run?Oowdy. Stolen
base?Holke. Sacrifices?McQulllen. Higher,
En*. Double play?Cooper, Urlmm and MhIlox.
Deft on bases?Boston, 4; Pittsburgh,
5. Bases on balls?Off Cooper, 2. Struck
out?By McQulllen, 1; by Cooper, 2; by
Morrison, 1. lilts?Off Cooper, 7 In 0 lutings;
off Morrison, 1 in 3 Innings. Wild
pitches?McQulllen, Morrison. Winning pltch>r?McQulllen.
Dosing pitcher?Cooper. Umpires?
Rlgler and Mccormick. Time of game
?1 hour and 54 minutes.
Carroll of Holy Crocs
Turns Back Penn State
JpedaJ Dispatch fo Thi Ngw Tosk Hpiur.p.
"WoitcgSTEit, Mass., May 13.?Holy
2ross turned In a 4 to 1 victory over
t'enn State here to-day In the fastest
lame played on the home diamond this
tenaon. The visitors were unable to hit j
Carroll, who allowed three scattered hits. !
It was a close game until the seventh I
nntng, when the Purple hitters found j
Miller for two singles and a double, |
which together with an error and alow
'leldlng registered three runa. Sharp
leldlng by both teams shout off runs,
rhe score;
HOLY CROSS. | PENN STATE.
I,.Dugan,lf3 1 2 1 0 0 Ultery.lb. 4 O 1 a 00
ft'treau.3b.4 1 3 0 5 ! Palm.cf. . .3 0 1 1 00
Runon.M.Sl O 1 3 C Ughtn'r.lf.4 1 0 1 0 0
L.Dugan.rfl 0 0 1 0 C Koehler.??.4 0 0 4 0 0
Slmend'rcf4 1 3 3 0 0 Redenk.rf. 4 0 0 8 3 0
M'(iulrn3h4 O 1 1 3 0 Sparks.3b.3 0 0 I 3 1
Doh rty.lM 0 2 12 0 0 Traphr.2b3 0 1 2 00
Ryan.c 40 1 b 0 0 I.udw|ck.c.3 0 0 3 11
Cairoll.p 3 0 1 0 I 0 Mtller.p.. .200 0 00
Totala .33 4 11 37 11 1 Totals .30 1 3 24 11 3
Holy (Toes 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 *?4
Petto State 000 1 0000 0---1
Two base hit?filtnendlnger Three base hit ?
Rlinendlnger. Stolen bases?Oagnon. Dugnn.
I.lghtner. l>otib e play?Koohler and L'llery.
Bases on balls?Off Carroll. 3; off Miller. 2.
St ruck out?By Carroll. 0; by Miller. 2. Passed 1
ball?By Ludwlck. Umpires- Barry and Bar- i
nett. Tlmeofgsme?1 notirand 45 minutes.
Williams Beats Amherst.
tfpectal Dispatch to Tub Nrtv York Hnt.tin.
"Williamstown. Mass , May 13.?
Wllllama defeated Amlierat. 83 to 43, In
the annual track meet, on Weaton Field
to-day. C'apt. Phillips In the hurdles,
Fasce In the two mllea, Miller In the
sprints and llecket In. the weights were
substantial pointers for Williams, while
Clark wns Amherst's beat bet. Beokat
nf Williams established a new college
mark for .the discus. Dodge equalled
the college record of 22 seconds flat In
the 220 yard dash.
Soldier Polo Game.
CAMP Dix. N. J., May 1*.?The Virginia
Military Institute to-day defeated
the Sixth Field Artillery In a polo game,
17 to 13. Tito artillery team allowed the
military institute a handicap of fifteen
goals.
Mrs. Sweeny Wins.
Vancouver, b. C., May h.?Mra. c.
S. Swtfny nt Vancouver to-day won the
Hrltleh Columbia women'a golf champlonahtp
for flic aixffri time, defeating
Mra, L. II. PaMeraon, Victoria, 7 and 6.
AN AND.
/ ] ' 1
Five Leading Hitters
in Each Major League
NATIONAL IJCAGt'E.
O. AB. II. P.C.
Gowdy, Boston 14 48 17 .4<M
T. Griffith, Brooklyn. 18 86 84 .480
Torporoer, St. LouU...l? 03 21 .388
Blgbee, Pittsburgh 88 183 48 .388
Maranvllle, PtttNburgh.26 188 48 .377
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
. / G. AB. H. F.C.
Witt. New York 88 7? 32 .487
Clark, Detroit IB 40 18 .400
Staler, St. Lonta 88 118 46 .388
Speaker, Cleveland... .88 186 40 .381
Jamleson, Cleveland . .37 103 38 .389
PENNOCK'S PITCHING
DEFEATS WHITE SOX
Red Sox Twirler Holds Rivals
to Two Hits?Harris
Poles Homer. |
Boston, May 13.?Joe Pennock held
the White Sox to two hits to-day, Boaton
winning 3 to 1. Chicago's single run
was the result of errors by Plttenger
and Smith In the ninth Inning.
Tn the flfth inning Harris hit a home
run over the left center field fence, and
then three errors, two by Johnson, gave
the home team another run. A pass by
I^verette in the seventh and hits by
Menosky and Pratt scored the third and
ltfSt Boston run. The ecore:
CHICAGO (A.) | BOSTON' (A.)
ab r h o a e| ab r h o a e
J'aon.aa.. 300 3 8 8| L'bold.cf. 3 10 2 0?
Btrunk.cf 4 00 0 OOM'sky.lf.. 3 02 5 1 C
E.C'ns,2b 4 00 5 4 0 Pratt.2b.. 40 1 2 4C
Hooper, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0 8mlth,rf.. 3 00 0 0 1
Moatll.lf. 2 0 0 3 0 0 Du(an,i>. 3 00 3 3 C
Sheely.lb 3 0 0 9 lOHarrls.lb. 4 1110 OC
McC'n.Sb 3 0 1 1 2 0 Plt'ger,3b 4 0 0 2 3 1
Schalk.c. 3 1 0 2 0 0 Ruel.c 211 3 3f
L'rette.p. 2 00 0 1 1 Pennock.p 300 0 1 ?
yaryan. 1 00 0 0 0
I fPftlk 0 00 0 0 0 Totals...29 3 5 27 13 2
Totals..28 1 2 24 IB 4
Batted for Leverette tn the ninth liming.
tRan for Yaryan In the ninth Inning.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1?1
Boston 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 x?3
Two base hit?McClellan. Home run?Harris.
Sacrifices?Most 11, Rue), Dugan. Double
plays?Johnson, E. Collins and Sheely 2. Left
on bases?Chicago, 2; Boston. 8. Bases on
balls?Off Leverottr, 4; off Pennock, 1.
Struck out?By Leverette, 2: by Pennock. 3.
Passed ball?rtuel. Umpires?Walsh, Chill
and Owens. Time of game?1 hour and 2i
minutes.
Speaker's Indians Nose
Out Senators in Ninth
Washington, May 13. ? Cleveland
nosed out Washington 5 to 4 to-day in a
closely contested game. Francis allowed
the visitors only six hits, but was handicapped
by poor support. Bagby stopped
Washington after Uhle had been knodked
out of the box. The score:
CLEVELAND fA.) I WASHINGTON fA.)
abrho&e! abrhoae
Evans,If. 4 1 2 4 0 0|nush.3b.. I 0 1 1 3 0
W'nss.2b. 3 11 2 4 1iHarris,2b. A 1 2 1 II
Sp'ker.cf. 3 0 0 3 OOBIce.cf... 311 7 10
Mel's,lb. 3 1 0 12 0 0! Judge,lb.. 5 12 11 10
Sewsll.ss. 3 11 * fl llRrowcr.rf 40 1 1 10
G'dncr.Sb 3 0 1 1 0 OIGoslln.lf.. 4 1 1 1 O 0
Wood.rf. 40 1 (I 0 OOharrlty.c 3 0 0 3 1 0
O'Neill,c. 3 00 0 0 Oir'augh.ss. 3 00 2 5 1
Uhle.p... 3 1 0 0 2 0 Francis, p. 4 02 0 tC
Bagby.p. 1 00 0 0 o:
1 Totals. .36 4 10 27 10 2
Totals. .30 5 6 27 12 2|
Cleveland 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 O-i
WRPIllIlKUJTl u V u v </ u ? ? ?
Two bwe tilts?Judge. Goelln, Harris. Three
base hit?Evans. Sacrifices?Speaker, Sewell.
Double plays?Wambsganes. Sewelt and MoInnls;
Sewell and McGlnnls 2; Rice, Judge
and Bush; Brower and Uharrlty. Left or
bases?Cleveland, 4; Washington, 6. Base*
on balls?Off Uhie, 4; off Francis, 2. Struck
out?By Francis, 1. Hits?Off IThls, 9 In 8 1-3
Innings; oft Bagby, 1 In 2 1-3 Innings. Hit
by pitcher?By Francis, 2 (Mclnnls, Uhlet.
Winning pitcher?Uhle. Umpires?Hlldebrand,
Dlnneen and Evans. Time of game?1 hour
and 52 minutes.
Pennsylvania Wins From
Dartmouth Nine, 4 to 0
Special Dinpnlrh to Tub Nrw Vhik Herai.-j
IIanovkr, N. II., May 13.?Penn broke
Dartmouth's winning streak this afternoon,
trimming' the Green 4 to 0 before
a large prom crowd. Huntzlnger, the
Red and Blue twirler, had the Dartmouth
batters eating out of Ms hand,
allowing three lilts. Stelnlillber on the
mound for Dartmouth did not settle
down until the third Inning, Penn scoring
all their runs in the first two
frames.
The score:
PENN. | DARTMOUTH
abrhoae abrhoae
G'blatt,2h 4 12 9 1 OiD'tlno.lf.. 4 00 1 3 (
McO'w.rf 3 0 1 0 2 OK'aswsll.cf 4 0 1 0 3 C
S'van,3b. 4 00 2 0 1 M'nard.ss. 4 0 2 8 6 1
M'dln.lf. 200 0 1 0 Thurs'n.lb 4 0 0 0 8 (]
W'lilll.lb 4 00 0 14/>!coll"r.2b.? 2 00 1 0(1
Maher.e. 4 1 0 0 7(>Smltb,Sb. 3 00 8 0(1
M'fsy.ef. 3 1 2 0 2 OtS'man.rf.. B 0 0 1 2 1
Ij'gott.sa. 4 0 1 2 0 0 Seavey.c.. 2 00 2 4 C
Hunt'r.p. 411 2 OOHeep.c... 1 00 0 Or
StelrCber.p 3 0 0 0 0 C
Totals. .82 4 7 13 27 I
I Totals...80 0 8 11 27 2
Penn 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?4
Dartmouth 00000000 0?(
Two bass hits?Goldblatt, McOraw, Maynard.
Sacrifice hit?McOraw. Stolen base*
?McOraw, Sullivan, C'aswell, Maynard
Double play?Lelbgott. Goldblatt and Whitehill.
Left on bases?Penn, (1; Dartmouth, 0
Struck out?By Huntzlnger, 7; by Rtelnhllber
2. Bases on balls?Off Huntzlnger. 3; ofl
stelnhllber. 4. Umpires? Kelley and Gear
Tims of game?1 hour and 20 minutes.
Pimlico Entries.
First Race?Three-year-olds and upward;
claiming; maiden Jockeya; six furlongs:
Index. Wl. Index. Wt,
191 *C. E'hmannlOT ? Valentlned'Or 91
? *Beckna ....107 213 M. White.... 91
? *L. Herbert.107 232 *W. Stranger 9t
Zovlan 103 ? epietrna .... ?i
Second Race?Three-year-olds and upward
claiming; maiden Jockeys: aix lunonga:
Index. Wl.! Index. Wt
2ia Swift Graaa. OH 208 'Wis* Dov*..lo:
213* 'Pare 1081 02 War Relief... 91
191 Bernlce K... 931 220 'Jug 91
232 'Nlghtboat.. 09|
Third Race?Three-year-old* and upward;
riling; mtlo and arventy yard*:*
Index. Wt. Index. Wt,
(232) Henry G 114 200> Sea Cove 11"
242' Translate ..110 217 'Valor 11.1
217' *Wvnnewoodl23 20(J' Rpso Hill 10!
234' 'P. Harum. .113
Fourth Race?The Highland Selling Stake*
f2,000 added; three-year-old*; alx furlong*;
Index. ., Wt.JIndex. Wt
1(ih Queaada .... lot i 233 Rralnatorm ..10.1
222 t'Dunceeap.. OH' ? 'Lucky Rut'n. 91
233 Hud Flnher.. 104J 239' Hilly WatU. lOf
241 Dan Rolling.104! 130 'Treralyan ..101
103 Long Inland. 101 (220) Olynthu* .,..10.'
210 Doughnut ... 103[ ? 'Runnyol . ...lOt
233 fManna 101!
tR. T. Wllaon, Jr., entry.
Fifth Race?The Auburndal# Handicap;
.three-year-old* and upward; alx furlonga:
Index. Wt. Index. Wt,
199 St. Allan.... 103 ? Runnyland ..101
? Dlmmeadale. 103 (233) R. A. Poe....l2(
198'Georgia 118 ? Cahalan ....101
(220) Last Straw..117
Sixth Race ? Two-year-old maiden*; flv(
furlonga:
Index. Wt.Jndex. Wt
130' C. Pantagea .112; 243 High Rrlnc*.. 11."
? Patay R 113 233' Nassau Ill
? C. Kxatnlner.lIM 228" Uland Helng. .11."
? M. Von Per..112) ? Bud Larfier. . 113
? Certain 1131
Weather clear; track fast.
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JERSEY CITY BEATS
BUFFALO INTENTH
Teearr Helps in Great Ways taj
Defeat?Zitman Has Bat- '
ting Streak.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
Jersey City, 8; Buffalo, 1.
Rochester. 2: Newark, 0.
Toronto, T: Baltimore. 6 (first came).
Toronto. 8; Baltimore, 1 (7 Innings. aen*
on it game).
Syracuse, >8; Reading, 8.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.C.I W. I,. P.O.
' Toronto ....17 10 .030,Readlng 12 H .-ilia
Baltimore ..18 10 .618!Jersey City..11 14 . i '(1
Rochester ..14 11 .5B0!Syracuso ....10 ift ..txj
Buffalo ....14 12 .538!Newark ? 17 .318
. (JAMES 8CHEDULED TO-DAY.
Newark at Rochester.
Jersey City at Buffalo.
Reading at Syracuse^
Buffalo, May 13.?Jersey City ln>*
proved In playing over yesterday, an$
with the clever pitching of Tecarr dee
feated the Buffalo team, 8 to 1. It waf
a tie at 1 all until -the tenth, whefl
the Skeeters pounded Heltman for sevcq
tallies. Zltman had five hits for as manj|
chances. The score:
, JERSEY CITY (I.) | BUFFALO (I.)
ab r li o a e| ab r h o a a
[ Jacobs,If 3 2 1 3 0 O'Burns.cf.. 401 1 n
. D'son.rf. 3 10 tl 0 0 Butlsr.2b. 3 00 8 3 8
' Z'man.rf 5 1 5 3 0 0 Kelly,lb.. 4 0 0 10 " 8
McC'n,3b 4 00 0 0 0!Kaae,rf.v 401 2 oj
' D'rau.lb. 3 10 10 0 OlShee'n.ss. 4 00 2 4 8
t Freltag.c 511 4 JOS'dan.Sb.. 4 0 1 3 2 8
Braun.ss. 311 1 5 liDye.lf.... 4 00 2 0 1
K'ger.2b. 4 12 3 1 l|B'gough.C. 3 10 3 1 (J
Tecarr,p. 3 00 0 3 0|Heltman,p 3 0 0 1 5 8
? Totala.33 8 10 30 10 2! Totals.. .83 1 3 30 17^
! Buffalo 000001000 0-1
1 Jersey City 000001 000 7-1
I Two base hits?Jacobs. Kllllnger. Stoleg
1 bases?Butler, Jacobs. Sacrifices?Donelson,
MeCarron, Tecarr. Double plays?Kllllnger
1 and Damrau: Butler and Kelly; Sheehan,
1 Butler and Kelly. Left on bases?Buffalo,
3; Jersey City, 7. Bases on balls?Off llelt*
man, 7: off Teearr, 1. Struck out?By Helta
man, 2: by Tecarr. 2. Winning pltcher-a
Tecarr. Losing pitcher?Heltman. TTmplreg
?McGowan and Gelsol. Time of game?I
hour and 55 minutes.
At Syracuse? r. n. Fl,
Rending 0 0 10 110 11?5 )n a
Syracuse 2131 132 3 x?10 10 8
lotteries?Brown, Rader, M. Thomas,
Swartz anil Clarke; Montgomery and NicheraalL
At Rochester? n. ]t. KL
N*\f*rk oooooono o?n t i
Rochester 0001 0001 x?2 7 1
Batteries?Loftus and Walker; Hughes ana
Lake.
At Toronto (first samel- R. 11. K,
Baltimore 02000004 0?6 11 1
Toronto .1 0 0 .1 0 0 1 0 x?7 14 d
Batteries?Thomas, Matthews. Parnharq
and McAvoy: Thomson and Sandberg.
I Second game? R. H. B.
Baltimore 1 0 0 0 0 0 0?1 4 1
1 Toronto 0 0 .7 1 1 1 x?6 0 0
| Batteries?Groves, Thomas and Styles; Cone
nelly and Devlne. (8even innings, by res
quest.),
Louisville Entries.
First Race?Purse, $1,300; claiming; threes
year-olds and upward; seven furlongs I
Comedle d' Amour, 03; *Wm. Oldt, 08 J
Oolr.la, 08; He.-moden, 103; Brennln, 103i
May Bod Inc. 104; 'Hazel W., 104; 'Penwell,
i 104; Cobalt Lass, 100; Nancy Wyatf, 100;
Pyx, 114; Grayson, 114; First Consul, 114;
Funny .toe, 114: Trollus, 114: Ruby, 10-1;
Frank Boyd, 103; Philanderer. 106; Sergt.
i York, 114; Lugs, 98; Prince Wells, OH.
Second Race?Purse. $1,300: claiming; four
year-olds and upward; mile and a sixteenth;
Corllla, 103; 'Warsaw, 108; 'Lebluet, 108;
I 'Dr. Rao, I Oh; 'Plotter, 108; 'Virgo, 108;
Ryes of Youth, 108; 'Bond, 108; Chlnnla
i Walsh, 108; Ollls Wood. 113; Blaise, 113|
I Quito, 118; Merchant, US; Young Adam, 315.
i Third Race?Purse $1,300; claiming; for
wo-year-olds; fillies; four and a half fur.
longs: Spartlna, 90: 'Poppye, 09; 'Corto,
. 102; Yalta, 106; Erla, 101: Antonla, 104;
I Needy, 104; Anna Tod, 107; Ted's Plum, 113|
. Panna, 104: Tholma K., 104; Power, 10Tt
Flnday. 107; Great Luck, 104.
I Fourth Race?Puree. $1,400; clalmtngf
thiee-year-olds and upward; mile and an
eighth: 'Lady Lillian, 102: 'Honolulu Boy,
, 104: Paris Maid, 103; Uncle Vclo, 3 051
Accelerate, 107; Rep, 112.
Fifth Race?Purse $1,400; Allowances; the
Jeffersontown Purse; for two-year-olds and
upward: six furlongs: Montara, 03; Dort??
tliy Buckner, 03; Birdie G., 03: -flsnscelcs,
. 1>"3- Ronus, 03: Thlbodeaus. 08; Margaret
' Windsor, 08; Chaeolet, 104: Jim Daisy, 100;
Bolance Wheel, 100: Col. Baker, 109; tTllgli
Cloud, 100; Hereafter, 100; Travesty, t<>9;
Gangway, 109; Sir William, 104; Flags, 100.
fJohn I,owe entry.
Sixth Race?Purse $1,400; niahlen two-years
I olds, colts and geldings; four furlengs: Golds
. n Crest, 115: Prince Tlitll, IIS; tDroagi
i MAker. US: Jakle Hay. 115; Taylor Hay,
115; May Buddy, 115; Shower of Gold. 11.',]
tJuplter, 115: Dr. McArthur. 115; IBelxonl,
113; Tender Seth. 115: Jack Bauer, 115; Big
Bap, 115; tAscot, 113: Baster Bells, 1131
Mlda, 110. IT. C. McDowell entry. 1M. Joue]
entry.
Seventh Bace?Purse $1,400; claiming; fo<
1 four-year-olds and upward: mile and a slxe
teenth: British Maid, 105; 'Lady Longs
fellow. 105; 'Pirate McGee, 108; 'Faux Col.
108: 'Richelieu, 108; 'Corson, 108; 'Blacl!
Thong, 108; Mlllersburg, 108: Wade Mce
' Lemore, 118; Red Lege, 113; Sea Way, 11.11
? Lottery, 113; Toney Beau, 110; Grand DaddyC
> 113. ^
I 'Apprentlcs sHowancs claimed.
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Garden Pool to Open.
The world's largest and most sanitary Iim
door swimming pool, located In Madlewi
Square Garden, will open June 3. A total
' ot ninety-three days will bs devoted to th]
monster pool, closing on Labor Day, Sep.
' tvmber 4.
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