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s ! PAGES 9 TO 16. SECOND SECTION. a W ' NEW HAVEN, CON2T., SATURDAY JULY 37 1907 FASTEST MILE RACE OF YEAR Paced by Baron Grattan in Free-for-All Pace at Detroit. FAMOUS GEERS' DRIVE Horse Brought Up from Be hind in Stretch, Win ning by Head. Detroit, July 26. Five thousand peo ple at the Grosse Polnte track this aft ternoon saw the fastest mile race of the year in the first heat of the free-for-all pace when Baron Grattan came from behind In the stretch and after one of the famous Geers' drives beat They had gone the first quarter In 29 1-2 seconds and to the half in 1:00 1-2. An gus Pointer was leading, and Baron Grattan trailed to the top of the stretch where Goers set him going and In a splendid quarter at a two minute gait he overhauled Angus Pointer and left little question as to the result of thf race. The second heat was a repe tition In slower time and in the third Angus Pointer tried to win from sec ond position, but Baron Grattan step ped away from him when called upon, ending It in easy style. Angus Pointer had been the betting choice, at even hioney over the field. The 2:08 trot showed that Lillian R., the sensation of the close of the racing season of 1906 is in fine fettle. She was the choice at even, and In the first heat she was in third place on the last turn where she trotted so fast that she made those In front break, winning handily In the stretch. Lillian R.,. trotted, the same way In the next mile and was jogging in 2:08 1-4 at the end. The third heat was even easier than the others had been for the mare. Dewitt was favorite in the field of a dozen 2:15 trotters selling for $75 in $235, while Lotta, formerly Lady Thistle, brought $45. The first heat was a keen race at the end, Lotta leading when they were half way down the stretch.- Tempus Fugit came fast and it was H drive between McHenry and Geers, the first named landing Lotta by a nose in 2:09 1-4, The rest of it was not hard for Lotta,Tempus Fugit breaking In the second heata. Sbaughran won the Chamber of Com merce consolation In straight heats without a great deal of trouble, Dan S., the favorite beln;j unable to measure trades with him, although it was head finish In the second heat when Geers made his one bid. Summaries Free-for-All Pace. Purse $1,000. JBaron Brattan, b.g., by GGrat tan Mary Gamaleon, by Gamaleon. (GGeers) 1 1 1 lAnsfus Pointer, b. g., (Sunder- lin 2 2 2 lArgot Boy, b. g., (Cox) .. S 3 Gratt, Wk. h. (Spencer) dis Time 2:03 3-4; 2:04 1-4; 2:07. 2:15 trot, purse $1,500. ILotta, (formerly Lady Thistle) blk. m., by Guy Thistle, (McHenry) 1 Dewitt, b. g., (Smith) .......... 10 Tempus Fugit, ch. g. (Geers) .. 2 McDougall, ch. h. (Lasell) 8 Kern, ch. h., (Shank) 3 Codero, ro. h. (A. McDonald). 4 Prince C. br. h. (McKlnney)... 6 Cash. Jr.. br. e. (Rice) 1 1 1 2 9 3 4 4 6 8 6 10 Silver, oh. g. (Loomis) 5 10 The Pacolet, b. . (McDevitt) . 9 7 9 Dossie Villlers, br.. m. (Pack er) dis Charles Hubbard, blk. g. (Hoff man) ais Time 2:09 1-4; 2:09 1-4; 2:11 1-4. Bhaughran, b.h., by Ananias Favorita, by George Wilkes, TTnnfil 1 1 Tn.fi S.. b. el ('Geers) 4 2 2 Billy Seal, b. h. (Cox) .; 2 3dls Tommy Grattan, b. g. iMC- G-uire) 3 dr' Lady Patch, b. g. (Custer) .... dis Requisition, b. g. (Cunning ham) dis Time 2:09 1-4; 2:09 1-4; 2:08 1-4. 2:08 trot, pure $1,500. Ullian R-, b. m., by J. T. Let itin, by Louis Napoleon (Mc Devitt) 1-1 Turkey, br. g., (Geers 2 2 Charley Belden, br. g. (De Ry- t Ar.r 6 3 AMe Jay, b. m., (Starr) 6 t t iKMbarde, ro. g. (J. Dicker- I son) . Kid Shea, b. g., (Curry) 5 dis Time. 2:09 1-4; 2:08 1-4; 2:09 1-4. CROKER'S ORBY BADLY BEATEN. Hot Favorite, but the Colt Comes lu 1 r I,nst In Race. Liverpool, July 26.-Rlchard Croker's three-year-old colt Orby, winner of the Derby was beaten here to-day in the race for the Atlantic stakes, by Linacre, Earlston and Eastern in the order nam- There were only four starters, and Orby was a hot favorite. The betting was 7 to 4 on Linacre, who also ran in the Derby. Linacre won by a head, and the same distance separated the second and third horses. YALE man hurt. Captain of Last Year". Freshman Team Seriously Injured. Lowell, Mass., July 26.-Grover Fels, nnntaln of last year's Yale freshman baseball team, lies at his home here unconscious and probably dying from the effects of being hit by a pitched ball. The ball, delivered by his broth er. Max Fels, in a game yesterday, struck Grover in the temple while he was at bat. He dropped and never re gained consciousness. THREE FAVORITES VICTORS AT BRIGHTON RACES One Jockey Falls Over An other, and a Third is Injured, New York, July 26. There were no particular features In the racing at Brighton Beach to-day. Three favorites won. In the fifth race Jockey Doyle was injured when his mount fell and Jockey James Hennessy fell over him but was uninjured. Jockey Finn was kicked at the post in the sixth race. Summaries: First, selling, six furlongs Quadrille, 110, Garner, 15 to 1, won; Don Hamilton, 110, Mountain, 11 to 1, second; Flaxman, 113, Knapp, 20 to 1, third. Time, 1:13 2-5. Second, five and a half furlongs Nim bus, 114, Knapp, 3 to 5, won; Earl's Court, 102, Miller, 20 to 1, second; Keep Moving, 114, E. Dugan, 18 to 5, third, Time, 1:06 3-5. Third, steeplechase, selling, about two miles Jimmy Lane, 143, Turnburk, even, won; Buckman, 142, Carney, 112 to 1, second; Bluepigeon, 139, Huppe, 2 to 1, third. Time, 3:55. Fourth, one mile and a furlong Mar tin Doyle, 114, Mountain, 7 to 2, won; Golf Ball, 102, Miller, 4 to 1, second Ampedo, 97, Grand, 15 to 1, third. Timo, 1:52. Fifth, selling, one mile and a quarter Flavigny, 91, Sumter, 8 to 1, won Lancastrian, 106, Dugan, 11 to 5, sec ond; Smiling Tom, 100, Miller, 5 to 2, third. Time, 2:05 3-5. Sixth, six furlongs King Sol, 105, Walsh, 2 to 1, won; Slumberless, 107, Grand, 30 to 1, second; Banyan, 105, E. Dugan, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:14 3-5. State League Standing. , Won. Lost. P.C. Holyoke E4 25 .684 Hartford . .. 47 29 .618 Waterbury 46 31 .597 Springfield 46 33 .582 Norwich 45 35 ' .562 Bridgeport 34 44 .436 New Haven ... 29 62 .363 New London 15 63 .192 FAVORITE LOSES TQ CLOSE DANBURY RACE J. H. Lewis Suspended Six ty Days For Abuse of Starter. Danbury, July 26. The last day of the Danbury number of the Metropolit an light harness racing circuit brought together in the 2:13 trot five of the fast est horses that ever competed on the local track. King Axworthy, owned by Edward Bedford of Greens Farms, and entered by R. L. Williams, his trainer, was the favorite, but was beaten out by Morn, a long shot. Ida Gray, who finished third, gave both of the others a close run. J. H. Lewis, the veteran driver, who drove Lunda in Wednes day's sensational race, has been sus pended for sixty days, for using Im prrper language to the starter on that day. Summaries: 2:13 Trot. Stake Race. Morn, ch g, Howell 3 King Axworthy, b g, Wil liams , , 1 Ida Gray, b g, McBride .. 2 Gold Burr, ch g, Flagg .. 5 Baron B., b g, Sheldon 4 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 dr Time 2:21 1-2, 2:19 1-2, 2:22 1-4, 2:22 3-4, 2:23 3-4. 2:20 Trot. Purse $400. Robert I, jr., bg, Ohl.... 6 6 5 1 2 1 1 C. O. D., ch g, Brusle.... 2 8 12 12 2 Croesus, br g, Young .... 1123633 G. L. Smiley, b g, Clark.. 7 2 3 4 7 ro Silene, br m, Nugent 3 3 8 6 5 ro Blancha Goddard, ch in, Conlon 85773 ro Jennie V., b m, Crowley.. 4 4 4 5 4 ro Sir Thistle, ch g, Day.... 5 7 6 7 ro Time 2:24 1-2, 2:27 1-2, 2:25 3-4, 2:23 1-4, 2:29 1-2, 2:27 1-2", 2:28 1-2. CLOTHED IN VICTORY. Meigs Beats Lambert, Nine by Score of 9 to 7. Meigs & Co. clothed themselves In glory at the baseball grame with Lam bert's team yesterday afternoon, se curing the gamp by 9 to 7 in seven inninizs of excltins snort. Three timmres tried to sausry boiu teams and succeeded in getting away alive. Brown for Metg-s smashed out a home run which ended the game In the seventh, as It was thought no use to play any longer. Line-up is as tonows: Meigs Carl rf., Kennedy p., Gold berg 2b., Baltnka If... Brown c. An drew 3b., Dunn ss., Pugh cf., Cohen, lb. Lamberts (jans p., zeirtenDerg 3b. Cohen 2b., Segan rf., McDermott It. Sleine of., Pierce c, Papemow ss, Swartz lb. FOR TACONIC CUP, HerreshoH and Clnrk to Meet for the Trophy. Manchester, Vt., July 26. Frederick Herreshoff, of Garden City, and Clar ence H. Clark, of the Philadelphia club will meet here to-morrow on the k wanok links In the final 36-ho!e match for the Taconic cun. a sa result of the serond day's play in the open golf tournament. Herreshoff worked his way to final honors by defeating Henry W. Brown o ftlie Philadelphia Country club and Henry H. Wilder of the Ves per Country club. Clarence M. Clark defeated Merrill K. Waters, Vermont state champion, and H. L. Edwards, former Texas cham pion. The summary: Taconic cud: Second round match Dlay: H. H. Wilder, Vesper, beat W. A. Hamilton. Foxhill, 6 up, 5 to play. Frederick Herreshoff. Garden City, bwit H. W. Brown, Philadelphia, 5 up, 3 to play. C M Clark, Philadelphia, beat M. K. Waters, Midland, 3 up. 2 to play. H. Ij. Edwards, Dallas, Texas, beat George E. Morse, Rutland, 4 up, 3 tj play. C. M. Clark beat H. I Edwards. 2 up. PORTS HERE Y PUZZIEJEW HAVEN Brownies Only Get Two Safe Hits Off Waterbury . Pitcher. PICNIC FOR SENATORS Whalers Easy Prey; Orators Whitewashed by Ponies; Rosebuds Lose. New Haven had another bitter pill to swallow yesterday when they lost the game by a close margin to Water bury. Taken all through it was a grand contest and every inch of the game was fought from the start until the last ditch was crossed. It was virtually won and lost in the 'first two innings, when each team got a man across tho plate. In the first Waterbury through an error on New Haven's part managed to send Hogarty home In the second, making the score 2 to 1 in favor of the visitors. From this on it was a pitch ers' battle all through, neither side be tng able to pound Nolte and Hogarty with safety. New Haven only secured a couple of hits off Hogarty and this coupled with the fact that the visitors played an errorless game won for them in a great measure the victory. Some of those qualified to speak gave the decision that the game was the best that has been played at the Rock this season. It was full of snap, clean and carried through without the usual dick ering between players and umpire. When the lucky seventh came round the fans got on edge and hoped that something would come to pass that would earn a couple of runs and put the locals on the right side of the scoring sheet. But they were doomed to disappointment for the players went out in the one, two, three order. Wa terbury followed suit in their part o the eighth. Hope eternal sprang to life in the breasts of the fans when In the eighth inning, with one man down Connell was given his base on balls, Hogarty followed this peice of loose work up by striking Fitzpatrick with the first ball delivered and the latter took first base advancing Jerry to sec ond. Hayward now appeared on the scene and New Haven's stock took an upward move. The mighty "Bill" p"re pared to swat her out, but after hav ing two strikes called against him he sent a pop to left field and was out Still there was hope for was not the might Sam the next batter? Hogarty evidently did not mean to take any chances with Kennedy giving him his base on balls. Still there was hope, The "Kid" who has come In handy at divers times was the next man up. The crowd gave him; every encouragement and did their best to rattle the visiting twiner. Sherwood made a bold at tempt to save the day but he sent a fly to right field which was accepted and Waterbury breathed an inward sigh of satisfaction. In the ninth the players went out In the 1-2-3 order and New Haven was credited with one more loss to the already many. The score: New Haven. r. h. p.o. a. Connell, rf 12 10 Fitzpatrick, 2b 0 0 13 Haywood,' If 0 0 1 0 Kennedy, 3b 0 0 16 0 Sherwood, 3b 0 0 2 4 Wade, cf 0 0 0 0 Keenan, ss 0 0 1 3 Lucia, c 0 0 5 1 Nolte, p 0 0 0 6 Totals 1 2 27 17 Waterbury. r. h. p.o. a. Ward, ss 1 3 1 5 Barrett, cf 0.0 4 0 McAndrews, 3b 0 13 2 Swander, If 0 1 6 0 O'Rourke, 2b 0 1 0 1 Lachance, lb 0 1 9 0 Schincel, c 0 0 8 1 Ryan, rf 0 0 10 Hogarty, p 1 0 0 2 Totals 2 7 27 11 0 Score by innings: New Haven 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Waterbury 11000000 02 Cacrifice hits Barrett. Keenan, La chance, Schincel, 1. Stolen bases Con nell, 2, Ward, Fitzpatrick. Two base hits Connell, Ward. Struck out By Nolte, 2; by Hogarty, 3. Bases on balls By Nolte, 2; by Hogarty, 6. Hit by pitched ball Fitzpatrick. Left on bas esNew Haven, 7; Waterbury, 6. Time 1:40. Umpire Kelly. ORATORS TRIMMED. Only Four Bridgeport Players Get to First. Bridgeport, Conn., July 26. Only four Bridgeport players got to first base to day and none of these got as. far as second. While Luby was holding; Bridgeport in this manner with the aid of perfect support, Bowe, a new one on the Bridgeport team, was having a hard time in his try-out game. Elev en hits for a total of 21 bases were made off him. and his infield support was poor so that Springfield had no trouble in winning, 8 to 0. Score: Springfield. r. lb. p.o. a. e. Tale, lb 2 1 15 0 0 3 1 0 13 0 1 d 0 0 2 0 10 0 3 4 0 3.0 0 0 3 0 27 13 0 p.o. a. e. 0 6 2 0 10 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 ,5 0 18 0 0 2 4 3 2 0 0 0 5 1 27 21 6 2 3 18 0 0 00 Connor, c 2 1 Stankard, 2b 2 1 Rising, If 0 1 Burns, ss. 1 2 White, rf U 1 Curtiss, 3b 0 Tansey, ef 1 2 Luby, p 0 0 Totals O'Rourke, jr., 2b. Rogers, rf Sawyer, If Ladd, cf Hughes, 3b Phelan, lb Hilt, ss Sebastian, c Bowe, p Totals 0 3 Score by innings: Springfield ...1 0 1 u u nrlcronnTt ...0 0 U U U Two base hit, Burns, anree oase hits Tansey, Rising, Cononr. Home run, Stankard. Sacrifice hits, Connor, Rising, Burns, Curtiss. otoien dm, Connor 2, Burns, Tansey. uuuuic vj, Curtiss, Stankard ana xaiu. xa. v.. balls, off Luby, 1; oft wowe, t. by pitched ball, Burns. StrucK out, oy Luby, 1; by Bowe, 1. Time, 1:25. Um pire, McCloud. HOLYOKE BEAT RQ8EBITD3. Norwich Ontplays Holyoke, but Errors Are Costly. Holyoke. Mass., July. 26.-Although Holyoke was outplayed in every de-- partment Norwich lost by a 4 to 3 score. The three errors made by Nor wich, resulted in as many runs, while Holyoke's mlsplays came costly In the seventh inning. In that inning after Norwich had scored three runs, there were still three men on bases with none out, but Hodge shut out further scoring. In the eighth Norwich had three on bases with only one out but could not get a man across the plate. The fielding feature was a throw from left field by Bannoir which shut Cote off at the plater,, in the fifth inning. Scoret Holyoke. r. p.o. a. e. 2 0 0 Hoffman, cf 1 Bannon, If 1 Leplne, rf 1 . 0 0 9 2 2 1 11 0 Massey, lb 0 Grubb, 3b 0. Baker, 2b 0' Boucher, ss 1 Thackara, c 0 Hodge, p ....; 0 Totals 4 4 27 18 6 Norwich. r. h.- p.o. a. e. Pastor, ss 0 2 2 2 1 Duffy, rf 0 110 0 Colden, cf 0 110 0 Plank, cf 0 0 10 0 Soffel, 2b 0 0 4 3 1 Accorslni, lb 1 1 8 0 0 Perkins, 3b 1 0 2 3 0 Cote, If 1 2 1 0 1 McCarthy, o ...0 2 4 1 0 Duff, p 0 10 10 Totals 3 10 25 10 3 Score by Innings: Holyoke 10 110 0 10 x 4 Norwich .-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 03 Sacrifice hits Bannon, Hodge, Pas tor, Dpffy, Plank, Perkins, Stolen bas es Lepine, 2; Bannon. Two base hits Massey, Pastor. First base on balls; oft Hodge, 1; off Duff, 5. Left on bas es Holyoke, 7; Norwich, 10. Struck out by Hodge, 8; by Duff, 3. Hit by pitcher Bannon. Double play Grubb and Massey. Time 1:30. Umpire, Ror ty. WHALERS AN EASY PREY. Senators Have Picnic With Humphrey's Tallenders. Hartford, July 26. Hartford easily defeated New London here today, 7 to 1, in an uninteresting game. The home team made three singles and a two bagger in the third Inning, and, aided by New London's fielding, scored four runs. Three more were added in the fifth. New London's only run was made on throe singles. Refrange made a fine catch of a foul in the third Inn ing but in doing so ran against the grandstand and was knocked out for a Bridgeport. r .... 0 score; p.o. a. e. 4 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 3 2 0 5 0 0 2 4 1 9 0 0 0 3 0 27 13 4 p.o. a. e. 4 0 1 1 0 0 10 0 1 3 2 110 3 1.0 3 2 1 5 3 0 0 2 0 2i 12 4 Hartford. r. b.h. Gastmeyer, e Lelivelt, rf .. Noyes, 3b ... Fallon, If ... Ross, c Luyster, cf . Rothfuss, 2b Nehring, lb . Volz, p New London. r. b Waterman, ss Rankin, If' .... Finn, cf Barbour, 3b McCabe, rf ... Murray, 2b ... Page, lb Refrange, c .. Reiger, p Totals ELSEWHERE Score by innings. Hartford 0 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 x 7 New London 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Two base hits Ross, Noyes. Three base hits Fallon, Waterman. Stolen bases Ross, 2. Sacrifice hits-Gast-meyer, Lellvelt, Rankin. Base on balls By Volz, 3; by Reiger, 2. Struck out By Volz, 2. Hit by pitched ball By "Volz, 1. Left on bases Hartford, 5; New London, 10. Bases on errors Hartford, 3; New London, 3. Time 1:46. Umpire Kennedy. OUR FINEST FALL TO BRASS C!T. COPS Outplay Waterbury Guardi ans, But Could Not Out play the Umpire. MADDEN'S FINE CATCH Wallace, Old State Leaguer, Fans Eleven Elm City Bluecoats. (Special to The Journal and Courier.) Waterbury, July 26. The first of the series of games between the New Ha ven police and their foe, the Waterbury police, ended In a victory for the Brass City nine this afternoon at the Reid vllle grounds, Waterbury. A hard com bination to beat met the New Haven ers, but they put all their ener gy Into the contest and showed at lesst a spirited fight. The most op pressive opposition our finest received was in Umpire Cooney Rice, who was an official in the state 'eague for a short time and who also joined the ranks of the Waterbury Sta'te league team for a while. The unprejudiced opinion of the people who attended the game was that Cooney literally gave the game to the Waterbury team. The ball had to cut the plate and also reach a certain elevation, the medium of the distance between the knees and the shoulders, tt he would call R- a ball. This rule only , varied when Wallace, the Brass City twirler, was in the box. Or. bases, the New Haven infield had to tag the runner at least five feet from the base or the runner would be call ed safe. The other force which was contributed to have the Elm City men meet defeat was Wallace, the Water bury police twirler. He is an old state leaguer, and certainly handed over the goods to-day. He had a total of eleven strike outs to his credit and did not 'pass a man to the Initial bag. The Elm City guardians outbatted the Brass City aggregation; also out fielded them, and on bases played all around them. Dermoty occupied the slab for Now Haven and pitched good ball. His wildness whonln bad holes osused the majority of the Waterbury runs. Doherty and Connelly held the batting honors for the New Haven nine both gefttlng two hits. Dermoty and Doherty were the only men who suc ceeded In getting a hit larger than a single. Tha most sensational feature of this nine inning battle was a one-hand catch by Madden in the ninth cutting off New Haven's chance of scoring in this" last, inning. In the first inning each team scored one run. For Waterbury Dodds walked but went out at second, Ellias to Doher ty, Horan being safe on a fielder's choice. Horan was. advanced to second on Magner's single and scored on Wal lace's single into right field. Ellias fanned, Desmoty started off with a two bagger, went to third on a passed ball and scored on Doherty's fly out to Stevens. The fourth found our foe three runs ahead. Madden was given a life, stole second, went to third on Stevens' out, Lyons to Lautenbach. McLane was safe on Ellias' fumble, went to second when Dodds was hit by one of Dermoty's wild ones and scored on a passed ball by Tracy. Dodds scored on Magner's timely single. A comedy of mlsplays scored New Haven's next run in the fourth. Lau tenbach was an easy out, Wallace to Horan. Horan, unassisted put out Con nelly. Lyons singled, went to second on a wild toss by Wallace, stole third and crossed the platter on a wild throw by Wallace. Doherty's two bagger was the cause of two of the Elm City nine's runs Tracey was safe on Wallace's wild toss to first and went to third on another of Wallace's wild ones. Dermoty walked and stole second. Doherty's double brought home both Tracey and Dermoty. Lautenbach went to first on a fumble by Ktersted and Doherty rambled home on Connelly's single. The seventh inning ended the run making of both teams. Doliejty drove out his second single, went to second on a high throw into the grand stand by Wallace and rolled home when Kierstod allowed Lautenbach's grasser to roam through his legs. Stevens fumble of Lyon's high one allowed Do hertv to cross the platter. The Waterbury coppers came to the hat in their half of the seventh ready to do or die. Umpire Rice was bound that they should not do the latter so .-amp to their rescue. Dermoty start cd off badly by hitting Kiersted, who although mortally injured managed to reaJi second before Tracy s speedy-re' ply to Doherty reached the second bag. Kavanaugh did tha walking stunt, Madden fiied' to Walsh 'who squeezed the ball in good will. Stevens was safe on Ellias' fumble, Kiersted and Kav anaugh tumbling merrily across the plate. McLane singled and Stevens went to third. Dodds popped an easy one just over Tracy's head. Dermoty started after it and so aid Tracy. Tra cy put his big mit over his head and the ball fell into it. This was followed by a clash and when the thunder seiged It was found that Dermoty was bleeding. He was led from the field and his injury cared for. Within five minutes he returned amidst the violent applause of the gallant 1,000, who risk ed everything to see the noble repre sentatives of the police battle. Horan walked and Ellias' fumble of Magner's roller allowed Stevens and McLane to tally with ease. Connelly threw the sphereold in from left field, which pos ition it had reached after several glor ious infield throws, to Tracy. The lat ter allowed the ball to escape him and it rolled towards the . grand stand. Horan stalked in from second base on this play and although tagged out by Dermoty was called safe by the "upm." A hot discussion ensued about the field rules allowing a player to take a base when the ball touched the grand stand. Rice won out, as he would not change his decision and the game was resumed. Wallace singled but was caught trying to steal second. In the eighth and ninth the New Ha vens tried in vain to overcome the lead of their opponents. In the final Inning, Lautenbach had singled and reached iflrst. Connelly smashed one of Wal lace's foolers apparently safely out' of the reach of Madden. But alas! This star leaped in the air, catching the ball in his hand and throwing it to! first, completing a pretty doubl'e play. The treatment by the Waterbury po lice was excellent. Nothing was lack ing in the way of trying to drown the sorrowful mood which had been devel oped by the visiting guardians of the peace. ' A return game will be played in New Haven next week and Billle Lush will be requested to officiate with the indi cator. The score: Waterbury Police. r. lb. p.o. a. e. Dodd, o 1 .0 14 0 1 Horan, lb. 2 0 9 0 0 Magner, rf. 0 2 0 0 1 Wallace, p 0 2 0 4 ; 1 Kierstes, 3b. .......... 2 10 13 Cutting, 3b. 0 1 O: 0 0 Kavanaugh, 2b. 2 0 0 1 2 Madden, ss. 1 0 2 1 0 Stevens, If 10 10 1 McLane, cf 2- 10 0 0 Totals ...11 7 26 , 7 9 Ellias out foul bunt third strike. asiew Haven Police. ' r. lb. p.o. a Ellias, ss MdDermott, ss. ,., ... 0 ... 0 ... 2 Dermoty, p. ...... Doherty, 2b. 2 Lautenbach. lb. ...... 1 Connelly, If 0 2 Lyons, 3b 1 1 Walsh, cf 0 0 Roach, rf 0 0 Tracy, o.. 1 1 Totals 7 8 24 12 3 Score by Innings: Waterbury Police...! 3 0 0 2 0 5 0 11 New Haven Police. .1 0 0 1 3 0 2 u u '( Stolen bases, Kierstel 2, Madden, Dormody, Lautenbach, Lyons. two base hits, Rermoty, Roherty. .Double plays, Madden, Horan. Base on balls, off Dermoty, 7. Passed balls, Tracy, 3. Hit by pitched ball, Dodds, Kava naugh, Kiersted 2. Struck out, by Wallace.. 11; by Dermoty, 7. Wild pitohes, Wallace, 3. Time, 2 hours. At tendance, 1,000. Umpire Cooney Rice. NO MORE BASEBALL. Unless Attenilanee Is Better, the Season W!R End. Walllngford, July 26 The game to morrow afternoon on the South Colony street grounds between the Walllng fods and Echoes, of Hartford,, is call ed for 3 o'clock. A warm game is an ticipated as the Echoes have been play ing a fine game and the "Wallingfords wil as usual put up good ball. Jerry Callahan will be on the rub ber for the local team and will be there with the goods. Unless the at tendance Is better at to-morrow's game than it has been in the past Manager McICeon announces that it will be the test home game for the Wallingfords. The lineup for the Wallingfords In to-morrow's game: Commerford, c; Callahan, p; James Barry, lb; Saund ers, 2b; Lynch, ss; Coughlin, 3b; Nu gent, If; Welch, cf; Daniels, rf; Dun die, umpire. COUNTRY CLUB. Postnoned Handicap Round to be Played To-day. Walllngford, July 26. To-morrow af ternoon at the Country club links will be played the postponed first round of the choice 18 hole handicap. 6n Saturday, August 3, the members will again play 18 holues, medal play. From the two scores each player may make tip a final , score of eighteen holes by a "choice of the best score he has made on each hole in the two rounds. DETROIT MAY GET KOCKILL. Has Ten Day Option on Albany First Uuscmnn at 1(2,500. Albany, N. Y July 26. The LUbany Baseball association announced to-day that a ten days' option for the sale of First Baseman Kockill had been se cured by the Detroit team of tha Amer ican league. If the deal is closed the Albany club is to receive $2,500 for Kockill's release, the player to join the Detroit taam at thoend of the New York Estate league seas'on. CUBS' TW1RLERS EASY FflUOSJilTlONM St. Louis Takes First Home Game From Dodgers 3 to 2. YANKEES DROP TWO Poor Stick Work and Loose Fielding Loses for New Yorks. Chicago, July 26.Boston won to-Hay, in a hard hitting and poor flelfllnaj game. Five hits and four runs retire ed Lundgren at the end of the sec ond inning. Pfeister was effective unJ til the seventh, when the visitors scored five runs on five hits, a gift and twoi errors. Score: R.H.E. Chicago 12 f 6 0 0 2 2 07 11 2 Boston 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 09 12 Batteries Lundgren, Pfeister, Durbir and Moran; Llndaman, Dorner and Needham. Time, 1:22. Umpire, CDay. St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis, July 26. St. Louis returned: heme to-day after an absence of mora than a month and defeated- Brooklyn in the opening; game, 3 to 2. Score: R.H.E. St. Louis 00201000 3 6 0 Brooklyn 00000000 22 4 0 Batteries Karger and Noonan; Ruok er and Ritter. Time, 1:19. Umpire, Riger. , Game Postponed. , At Cincinnati By agreement'the Cm cinr.ati-New York game scheduled for to-day was postponed until Sunday, when two games will be played. National Lengue Standing. Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago ., 64 22 -.744 New York BO 31 .617 Pittsburg1... BO 32 .619 Philadelphia ... 45 ' 35 .562 Brooklyn 39 , 47. .453 Boston ... ... ., ,.34' 48 .415 Cincinnati ........ 33 51 ,393 St. Louis 20 . 69 .225 AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York, July 26. The Cleveland team 'took both games of to-day's double header from the local Americans who batted and fielded poorly. The scores: First game. c , ' , R.H.E. Cleveland 00012 300 17 12 2 New York ......O 011Q2010 6 10 7 Batteries Rhoades and Bemis; New-, ton, Hogg land Thomas. Time, 2:10 Umpires, Hurst and Connolly. , v (Second Game.) , - R.H.E Cleveland .... ..0 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 18 10 1 New York 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0-3 5 5 Batteries Thlelman and Clark;; Moore and Klelnow, Time, . 2 hours, . Umpires, Connolly and Hurst. .. 1 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 8. Philadelphia, July 26. Philadelphia! made it four straight from Chicago to day. Plank held the visitors safe in all but one inning. Score: RvH.E. Chicago 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 03. 8 2. Philadelphia ...0 0201010 4 11 1 Batteries Altroek and McFarland ; Plank and Powers. Time, 1:40. Um pires, Sheridan and Stafford. , , Boston 3, Detroit 1. Boston, July 26. Boston frequently ' got men to bases to-day, but not until two were out in the seventh was tha rally begun which gave them the gamo, 3 to 1. Sullivan's great running Catcl , broke up Detroit's spurt in the final inning. Score: , R'.H.Kw Boston 0 000-0021 3 7 2 Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 6 4 Batteries Young and Criger, Shaw; Mullin and Schmidt. Time, 1:41. Um pire, O'Loug'hlin. St. Louis 5, Washington 4. Washington, July 26. In a Iona drawn out contest, St. Loula defeated Washington to-day, B to 4. A fluka home run, a right field fly bounding in to the bleacher seats, practica-lly wont tho game for the visitors. Score: R.-H.E. Washington ....1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 04 7 2 St. Louis .0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-5 9 2 Batteries Graham, Pairkenberg.Smithi Hoydon and Warner; Dineen, Howell and Spencer. Time, 2:15. Umpire, Evans. ' ' American League Standing. Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago ... .v 52 33 .612 Cleveland 52 34 .598 Detroit 1 49 35 .596 Philadelphia 42 35 .545 New York 47 44 .616 St. Louis 36 50 .419 Boston 3 61. .400 Washington ... 25 . 54 .316 New England League. At Haverhille Haverhill-New Bed- ford game postponed; rain. At Worcester Worcester 5. Lynn 2. At Lowell Lowell-Fall River gams postponed; wet grounds. ' At Lawrence Lawrence-Brockton game postponed; rain. . Eastern League. At Baltimore: Baltimore 4, Newark 5. At Montreal: Montreal-Buffalo game postponed.. rin At Toronto: Toronto 14, Rochester 3. Shortstop Elberfleld Suspended. New York. July 26. It was an nounocd here today that Norman By -berfield, Shortstop of the New York American league team, has .een. sus pended indefinitely owing to indifferent work in the" field and at the bat.