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Fa Favorite ror it Beats Out Kieme
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H F F Williais Willi D1 Candling n d i 1g at 9 to i
Wins the Kensington K Iisington
Stee St t tee plechase
i There were we wcr re two features on the card
to todilyth day 1 thePreakness Preakness Stakes for three
yearolfls earolds I Id 1Rl ul d the Kensington KensJngton Steeple
ciiast cna iiajxiieap h iauica 1lcap for fouryearolds fouryear lds and
vp lpwara vara are j
aianey fagets fagets aets Cairngorm won the
PrtaltntSJ s ana H 1 F Williams iluams Cand
ling lln > the meefls1flgton Kensington ensmgtonThe The iraoK uao trao1 lt ltwas was
meL la L Mitre lre Va > was a good crowa present pr 5en
notwlthsanding llotwlth f anding the 3 admissioi admissiozi fee
Sam s sam m iiiareui l1drttu me ne Western n trainer
who 110 wu f reiusii r rusd fIilS d a license for striking strIliln g
ouim nn KJMaduen h 14Maduen Madutn several years ears ago waa wa
reicstatjd 1CIns reiisatc1 a d today He will train lor E E
B jsrnjthers s am m hers Two favorites Cairn cairnt
t S t iorm ad a d t1tora ± iooray won
The Spnmaries
llrs raceHandfcllp for aU ages
about abcuiX > ix rurlongs Toscan lib 5 Oacrm Oaqm
btQ s b > to won bIg Ben 116 Redtern
S to Fsecona fsecnu seconu Wotanj otan an 107 Hiidebranaj Hildebrand
l i toi to tOl tOthiru I third Time ime llu Bnotguu
Woo Wo o tsaw q aw and New NcwMown Mown Hay also
jjyond race raceThe The Kensington X nsington Steeple
ehae jJandlcap friahdjcapi lor fouryearolds and
upard ujard about two miles Canaim Canal
isKA li3 14s eitchj eitch a to 1 won Jim Newman
14 H1 Ray 3 to 1 second secondBube Hube lt 186 1 b
jodrocitj xlrocJ 12 to 1 tnirdtime third T tlme 357 57
jesgraAe esgrae liontire Jtussell Sage age Vvo v 0
c 1n 1nJ i J Lavator avatpr ato and tlyiag lY g Virginian V also al > o
Xhlrd race raceFor For twoyearolds tW < five
jUrtonso JUinssor 1Uingso 1U7 Knapp inapp a to 1
Von jerry Jtrr Wernberg 10 1ut tVofeill O i iT ieilu T eilu eili
t 0 0 01 1 second S cond Nostromo 107 Crimmins
SO Uto D to 1 i thira Time Iu2 1ul5 15 X Dr > r Hollis
Lancastrian L Jca5triatI AYaterbok Capias Quor ¬
um Aletear l teor Astronomer Stalactical
How About You Yo Edward Russell ana
There 1hereNow Mow also ran
Fourth ourthraceThe race raceThe The Preakness Stakes
for three threevearolds earolds one mile and seven ¬
ty yards Cairngorm 114 Davis 9 to 6
won Kiamesha 104 Hildebrand Hildebrandj S to
1 1 second 5ec nd Coymaid 109 Knapp 0 to 1
thir third d Time 14545 145 15 4 Watertight aterught Bo
heniia h 111ia Vontromp Cedarstrome Glen
echo Iota and Lindale also ran
Fifth race raceSelling Selling for twoyearolds
five fiv furlongs Hooray Hoora lOt ONeill 0 Neill 7 to
5 won Rust 97 Kelly KeU 12 to 1 second
Ketropaw Re ropaV MS Martin MtrtinJ 20 to a 1 third
Time Timel 10225 1132 25 Evening Miss Point
KJngsmere l High Brush Br shTarlac Tarlac Gen
tIan Gamester Sandringham Belle
Succeed Su d Eileen Burn Isadaisy lsadaIs and
Hump Dumptsy D mptsy also ran
i Sbqh Sixth racePurse race Purse for threeYearolds
and upwards one and oneeighth oneeighthmHes miles
Kehalian 91 Miller 5 to 1 won The
Southerner 106 ONeUl 11 to o 5 second
Orthouox o 1Q1ox 106 iMartin MartIn 8 to 1 third
i Time 154 Jennie Mc McCabe Jc Cabe The Veiled
Lady Incubator Daisy Green Wizard T acJ
DUke of Kendall Ella Snyder Ton rom
LawEon awson wnon Priority and Sir Shep also ran
t Entries R tries for Monda 1londay Monday y j
I Srst rst race raccS raceSIX Six furlongs Hamburg
Be 13e le 127 Iad Lady Amelia l LO Irene Lind
H2 1I Outcome 108
se e < 115 Memories
N NeJt r Mown Hay Ha 107 G Gold Rose 99 9
TVlST ilrlJoram 1irjoram oram 97 Ancestor 95 Lady Hen en
ritta rtt ta 95 KiameshL92 Kiamesha 92 Palette 93
Cinpo 90 90j Diamond Flush 81
Scond conU race raceFIve Five furlongs furlon Vitesse i
94 9tSand Sand Storm 96 Andria 110 Speed
wy w 94 Miss 1issCliff Cliff W 97 Isolation 9o 9
xiiee 1iee Abbott 100 Lindy Hindoo lOo 10
Aodvne dyne 104 Elizabeth ElizabcthF F 93 Jessa
dne e99 49 Odd Ella 92 Goldie 94 Mlnne
ttha 103 Early Hours 96 Phyllis
jS9 99
Third + race raceMlle Mile and seventy sevent yards
fricander ricander 12C l2Gi 12 St Valentine 111 Red R d
nIght 1 ht UO Miss J ss Crawford 110
vnanias 106 Spring 105 1 Xi Oarsman 102
3rly r1y H 102 Red Friar 97 Uncas 93
Brigand 97 7 Black Prince Prlnce90 90 Stamphg
Ground 95 Palm Bearer 92 92
Fourth F urt 1 rac ra rncqFive FFive Five and onehalf rur fur ¬
longs ton gs Albert F Veronese Osiris
Vood Voorliees ees Green Gre n Room At Dawn Gary Car
El Topia Capeas 101 each George s
Bennett 112
Fifth race raceOne One and nd onesixteenth
miles Sigllght 94 Contend 106 106 06
Jane Holly H lh 105 St st Breeze Br eze 106 Ona
tas tasl06 106 Arabo 109 Khailan 97 Jen J n ¬
nie McCabe 84T 84 i Sidney C Love 109
Miss Rillle 103 Little Woods 86 B
Onward 90 Memories 111 Hippo ¬
crates 103 Dereszke 109 10 Qrjy II I
Sixth race raceSix Six furlongs Koenlgln
Luise 99 McChord 114 DArkle 106
Flaxn Flaxnian Flaxman ian 119 Little Woods 106 the
Claimant 106 Dr Royal 101 Bank I
109 Hyacinth 99 Bedelia 99 Uncle
Bob 104 Cederstrom 109
Sesults R sults at Louisville
LOUISVILLE Ky May 27 27The The
thirtyflfs ihirt first t running of the famous old
Kentucky Oaks was the feature event
Qf an n excellent e cellent program at Churchill
i Downs this afternoon and a large crowd
turned out to witness the sport
Seven Sev nftme5went fillies went to the post with Sis
Lee Le < the favorite Sis SlsLee Lee was strongly
supported by b the people but ran a dis ¬
appointing race
The winner Jannetta proved much the 1
best st Austin rated her along in behind
the leader the first half mile and round
Inir in ng the tt tte e turn Into the theh home ome stretch S she h I
moved move d up strong At the furlong polo
she caught and passed Mumand and
drawing away at the end won In a gal
leD °
OutsIde of the fixed event the attrac ¬
tion tJon was a seven furlong condition race
in w Whh hich the Montgomery Handicap win ¬
ner nero R Rams m Horn started The latter was 1
beavllv played playedat at a short price but fail
I eo a to make good Silver Sil Skin beating him
out a head after attera a terrific drive which
lasted from the top of t the stretch home
The Th track tr ck was fast
i First Firrtr raceSix ceSix furlonr < Athlone 10 10i
rwis Wishard hardT S to 5 won Ice Water 108
f < D Austin 6 to 5 second Autumn
Leaves 304 04 fMcLl1u McLaughlin bUn 4 to 1 1 third
Time 114 45 Madoc and S A B Balso also
E JilU it
ESocond SClcondraccFlvo Socond COfld nice raceF1vo Five furlongs Romola
l 10S < j < lKibllckJ Vibllck 8 to 5 won wo Colonel Bron
aton ton 105 fB B Davis 8 to 1 second Vlo yb
UO McLaughlin 3 to 1 third Time
102 25 5 Henr Henry > Vatterson Cottontown
KouKhrock and Ecliptic also aso ran
Th Third ird race raceSeVon Seven furlongs Silver
Skin 102 McIntyre 7 to 2 won von Rams
Horn 104 McLaughlin 7 to 10 sec
ond Martin Doyle Do lc 102 D Austin 3 to
I j third Time 12715 Charlie v also
Fourth n ourth race m raceKentucky c eIentuclty Kentucky Oaks one m ile
and a sixteenth Jannetta 112 CD D Aus us ¬
tin 13 to s won Mum 112 B Davis
80 to t 1 second Sis Lee l e 112 J Mcln
tvre yre 9 to 5 thlrdTime 149 14945 45 L La < a
Londe Lou M Bashford Belle and
Lady Goodrich also ran
Fifth racoFour and onehalf fur
longs Lady Carol 108 Niblack 6 to
2 won Prominence 103 Treuht > l 9 to
I Isecond 5 second Vie Kinney Klnne 305 T TfaYl Taylor r
30 to 1 third Time 054 45 Lady Lad >
o Trovers Traver5MJRs Miss Scott Nuns Veiling rcf1fn Ca
i X I I lox and Lila M also ran
Sixth Slxt race race raceOne < One ne mile Autollght lOCi
fTooman Tooman 25 5 to t 1 1 won Tho Pet 87
J Howell 12 to 1 Second Miss Doyle
107 Treubel 13 to 10 third Time
1 hi215 42 1 1 Ed EdSznith 1 Smith Annie W Williams JUlanw De ¬
fense Heidelberg Marshal Ney Mamie
AUto and Big Beach alfiO ran
Photo by HarrIsEwing
Upper Row Left to Right RightLarki Larkin Drennon Burns Ayer Keane Second Row RowWhite White Coach Apperious ApperiousMcGettigaDMartelI McGettiganMartell Hart Manager 1tianagerLawlerSchelIer MailagerLawler Lawler Scheller
1 Lower Row RowCurry RowCurrySmith Curry Smith SrnithCaptainMorgan Captain Morgan Scorer Devlin Healy Fleming
Beat Out Yale Yal by a Small SJl1all
Margin Ma gin r
Eligibility Code Killed Pennsylvanias
Chances ChancesNo No Talk of ofInter Inter
sectional Meet
PHIA May 27 2 27Cornell CorneU Cornell for the first
time Um In her herhtstoIY history today won the In ¬
tercollegiate championship in track and
field fteldathletica athletics beating out Yale by b two
and onehalf points The Th final score
was was Cornell Cornell30P2 30 30P2 Yale 28 28i Harvard
20 l0 h Pennsylvania 18 Princeton 15
Syracuse 8 Swarthmore 2 Haverford
1 Columbia 1 Colgate 8 Stevens 3
AmhErst 8
With V th seventeen twelve eleven and
nine men respectively who whoquaUfied qualified in
yesterdays trials Yale Pennsylvania
Cornell and Harvard met again to fight
it out for premier honors in the thir ¬
tieth annual track and field meeting of
the Intercollegiate Athletic Association sociation
Penn Did Well
The chief topic of conversation at th the
training quarters of the various teams
this morning m ining was the excellent show ¬
ing ingof of the Quakers who were thought
to be helplessly out or the race when
Cartmell and Taylor last Iastyears years star
point winners were knocked down and
out by the ruthless hand of ottho the Penn
faculty facult
The ineligibility of Greene who com ¬
peted In the opening games last summer sumnier
was also severely s verely felt by Pennsylvania
for the Quakers star halfback could
easily casll have qualified yesterday in the
broad jump and the distances he has
been clearing in practice and in the
dual du meets would surely surel have been good
enough for one point this afternoon
Murphy r Mur urphy phy Disappo inted
Mike Murphy was wasconsfderahly considerably disap ¬
pointed > olnted over the failure of Harris who
has ha In practice been beating Shevlin out
regularly In the hammer and and1IcLana McLana
han the record holder of the pole vault
to qualify in their respective specialties
hut In spite of the setoacks s tnacks and the re ¬
markable showing sl1owlngot of some of the en ¬
tries from the smaller colleges Yale was
still the general favorite and was ex ¬
pected to win by a smal i margin
Cornell made a remarkable showing in
the trials but Manager E H Rich said
this morning that all of his men men did not
quite come up to the form which their
performances In practice had promised
rurner was counted on to toquallfy qualify in
the low hurdles and points were ex ¬
pected rom Moser in the broad hradjump jump
but both went out In the trials
Two Records Go
Two records were broken Parsons Parsonsot of
Yale lowering his own record by run ¬
ning ningahalt a half mile In 150 or 45 of a a sec ¬
ond faster Dray a freshman trcshmantrom from the
same university In the pole vault
cleared 11 feet 10 lOY Inches
The executive board of tho intercolle ¬
giate association met again at the Hous H us ¬
ton Club this morning with a full repre ¬
sentation Very little was said con ¬
cerning the proposition to t > hold a meet
one week after the Intercollegiate In
which the winners of the latter would
meet the winners w1nnersot of Western conference
games and the matter was not spoken
of in the meeting
100yard run semifinal heats
First FirstheatV heat heatWOn Won m by Shick Harvard
eccnd Reed Amherst Time 01015 010 15
Second heat heatVon Won by Miller lf III cr Prince ¬
second Knakal Columbia Time
D DWinal Winal 1 Final heat he1tVon Won by Shlck Harvard
Miller Princeton third Reed
fourth ourtli Knakal Columbia
Time 01015 0 010 10 15
Com Corniletely pletely 1let ly 911 Outplayed layed at
New Haven
White Pitched Good Game But Jackson
Kept Hits Scattered Scatteredone One
in Eighth
NEW HAVEN Conn May Ia 27 nThe The
opening gun of Ge qrgetowns Northern North rn
trip was > fired here today on Yales field
and after the smoke of the contest
cleared deared away the rcpre representatives cntat1veiiof of the
Blue and Gray had gone down to de ¬
feat by 7 to 1
The victory was a wellearned one on by
the th Yale contingent for they th v played
the game g me better and more pkillfully lcllIfl lly
than the team that beat them twice in
April The team that Yale Y le lined up
against the Georgetowns here today
while Individually the same men was WtS
as aaa a whole a much different one from
that which Georgetown defeated early
in the year ye r
Toda y they played ball like so soniany many
veterans and no point pointin in the game Was was
overlooked by the wearers ot the dark
White Pitched
Coach Aperious and Captain Morgan
had to call all bn on n young White who wIt is the
rlghtfle rightulelder ider erof of the team to do o the twirl ¬
ing and lIndhe he acquitted himself in a aery very
fine manner and gave gaVe ga ve ample am pleevld pleevldnc evidence nc
that he has the material for regular re iular
pitcher next season
He was ably assisted in his work by
that master mechanic Hub Hurt whose W hOse
coachin coa chin g gand and catching was of such high
order as to call out the nraise of the
crowd To the credit of otCurrv Curry It must
be said that the thcbo3 boy dirt nicely and
Captain Morgan and Coach Aperious are
sanguine that he will make good on the
team during the rest of the season eaSQn
Burns played the best bestgatne game for George ¬
town in the field as nshls his catches were
nil ill made on n extremely difficult play
Morgan played as asusunl usual abrllllant a brilliant game mimt >
at third His blocking of otblg big Bowman
was one of the features of the game
Three in Second
In the second inning Yale made
enough runs to win the game Cote the
first up leading off with a clean hit
over second base which Cun man ¬
aged ag d to block and keep the runner on
first fir t Cote then th n purloined second
Housekamp Housekamphlt hit a asharn sharn sham one down to
Curry Curr who threw to third to catoh
Cote but was too late House HOUfickamp kamp go
Ing up to second Bowmans foul fOulfiy fly
was cleverly captured by Morgan
Camp was hit by pitcher thereby filling
the bases Chapin drove a hard one
down to Curry who ho fumbled the ball
and McGettigan who recovered it made
a poor throw to first Cote and House ¬
kamp scoring scoringl10rgnnfielded Morgan fielded Jacksons
slow hit to Larkin in time to put him
out but Camp romped home while th tim
play was being made Barnes Barnesfinlsh9d finished
the inning by going golngout out to Morgan
In Yalos half of the fourth Bowman
led off with w1tQ a single to center The hit
looked good for a threebagger but
Burns Burns made the th brilliant play pla of the
day by b catching the ball In his left le ft
jiand and as It was bounding over his hij head
Camp singled Bowman Bowm n went out at t
third on an attempt to steal Hart to
Morgan Chapin fanned the air and
then White sent 8cntJI1 Jackson C kS ont9ilrst tpfirst to Ilrst hit ¬
ting him on the ribs Barnes dumped a I
< CJnU CJnUiJcd Ci mtjjcQ iJcd oriPage Two This Section S cllon
Obliged I to Extend ExtedT1ieni xteild TliernK Tl e1J1f
I j selves seses to Beat Penn
< H t
Cornell CorncilHad Had Little LittIeTrouble Trouble in Winning
Junior J uniorEightOared EightOared Event
Summa Summaries ries
PHILADELPHIA May27 May 27Tho Tho Ves ¬
per per3oat Boat Clubs Henley H nlcy eight defeated
the tn e University of Pennsylvanias Penns l Vani as crew rew
this afternoon over the Echuylkill
course I >
I V The second second American Henley regattsu reSat re gatt
Ihere here attracted one oneof of the t e largest gather ¬
ings ingBof of r rowing enthusiasts that d ever ver
lined the banks Of the Schuylklll river
The fact faetthat that the leading colleges had
entered crews brought out the cheering hce rlng
collegian The crimson of Harvard the
i blue of Yale and the Cornellian CQrnellfanand and
white of Cornell mingled with the red
and andhlue blue of Pennsylvania wherevqr one
could see
The opening race was started prompt ¬
ly The University Barge Club and an
Philadelphia Boat Club were the start ¬
ers Comlnft Comin under the bridge the
Phillies got Into the university boys
water A foul oul was claimed and allow ¬
ed The men finished the race which
was asan an n exciting e cJtipg one the Philadelphia
boys bo s Inning but were disqualified The
single scull race resulted in an easy ea
victory for Thomas Thoma s Stokes of the Un i
vorsity Barge Club
Crews Cheered
Cheers greeted gre ted the first of the eight
oared crews as they rowed to the start
The Harvard and Pennsylvania fresh ¬
men m e nand and the t hC West cst Philadelphia PI1 ndCIPhlan and andT > d dT des Ves T es 5 ¬
per second eights were the contenders I
Penn got away a way in the lead and showed show d
the way W1 to the head heatlof of the island 1 land Here I
the Crimson overtook the Red and Blue
and a magnificent struggle ensued to
the finish Amid cries of Come Penn
nndGo and Go it Harvard Harva rd they fought fought des I Ithe
r eratey JeratC > to the finish Harvard Harya 1 1 winning
out Just managing to pull the bow o of I
the Crimson shell she over cr the finish line
about two feet ahead of the Pennsyl ¬
van wmla ia boat
The lonplooked for tryout of the Ves I
pers per s now famous fa m OUS English E n lishHenleY Henley crew creY
came with the race for the Stewards 1
Cup C p The wearers of the Maroon and
Gray wore Wf > rc opposed by b a picked crew of o
past P1 S t and a and nc1preiel1t present University of Pennsyl Penl1 yl ¬
vania oarsmen V V I
Good Start V
They Th y got off to a faultless aultles start s art nml nnt an
from tho upper bridge it was wa nip niand and
tuck with now one crew leading and
then the other They came down the tho
stream amid amI deafening deafenlrigcheersfro cheers from m the
onlookers s sand and at the head of Peters
island the Red and an 1 Blue held the ad ¬
Vesper V Rpr here her settled down < to work 1
The Dempsey stroke began to talk and
lh the e enthusiasm of the Vesper I
support supp O rt
era know no bounds Penn it seemed
began egan to draw away but the veteran
bea t club men went after their rivals
About the middle of of the island Vesper
came up with a rush rusham1 and anl pushing the
nose of their shell tothe front front held the
lead to the end cn end after u tter one of the most
desperate races raceH ever seen on the
Vesper won by half it t length V
Cornell won the race r ICO for eijjhtoared
junior college crews by two lengths l Tgt18 in
a i1 very east manner Yale finis finished hed a
length ahead Ilhe d o f I the University tJ lverslty of Penn ¬
sylvania elgl elgli i i Cornell took the lead at
tho outstuit tJed t Jed by bya a a length half way
down Qn thj th > J course urso and finished rowing
Poteid Potei il1Qnor d Honor for orBIng B Be in ng tIre
i Best Athlete I
Douglas Howard to Carry Ca y Brigade I
V Colors ColorsA ColorsAwatd Awards watd da Will Be Made
V v This Week
ANNAPOLIS A NAPOLJS Md May 27 27Midshlp Midship ¬
man manRobcrt Robert Wiitsie SpofTord SpofCodof of Iran ¬
sas sasII1ember member of the present second class
at trfe t Je Naval Academy cm1em who had the
dIst distinction nction of f leading the naval nayalbase base ¬
ball team to victory over the West
Point Cadets Jp In the annual baseball
game at West Point Point last week has been
voted yote by the NaVy Athletic At hletic Associa ¬
tion t1onas as the midshipman midshipm a n at the th institu ¬
tion whose wl10segeneral general excellence In ath ¬
letics has surpassed any aoyoth anyothers others rs in the
last lqstycar year V
For Forthis this honor Midshipman SpofEord Spo fford is
to be be awarded the handsome prize sword
whfch Is presented presentedevcry eycry V year Jcn to the
midshipman for general excellence in
To Carry Colors
Thp Th The right rlghttocarr to carry the brigade colors
of die he midshipmen V brigade for next
year yet yearlias > r V has been awarded aWl 1e < to to the first com i
pany pan This honor is IS conferred conferrepIorgen for gen ¬
eral proficiency in a all ll drills and andath ath ¬ V
letics letic srhc V The V company < omp is captained by
Midshipman Douglns L L Howard Howardson son of
Commander T B Howard U S N
The Thq success of the midshipmen in the
several cv ral branches b of o athletics s besides 1
their workin work In the various Yariousdr drills lls counts
considerable consld rable in this annual nnnu r competi ¬ I
tion V
Tho awards will be b be e made next week
during the annual an nual exercises before the U the e
board of visitors
ITHACA N Y May 27 27CorneU Cornell had
little ilUl V difficulty dl1cultyln in trimming Manhattan
today toda although the visitors had seem ¬
ing opportunities to score In three thre in ¬
nings Score
Cornell 0030000 00200000x2 Ox 25 5 2
Manhattan 0 Q QO 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 3 1
Batteries BatterieLlmstad Umstad and Welch elch Dolan
and Cotter Coh s smPirClI Umpire VznpireMrHoagland mPirClI Mr Hoagland Hoa land I 1 1and I
PRINCETON N J May iIay2 27 27Prince Prince ¬
ton easily defeated the Pennsylvania Pcnns lvanln
baseball base nll team here this afternoon by b
the score of 6 to toO 0 Byram struck out
fifteen men and allowed no hits Only Onl
two Pennsylvanians reached second s con 1
base Score
Pennsylvania 00000000 0000000000 0 0 0 3
Princeton 01 0101301 0 1 01 0 1 3 01 0 1 Ox 0 x 6 9 1 1
Batteries Batteriesnrad BatteriesBrady Brady and Hare Byram and
Cooney Coone r
Bobby llobt > y Baker Bat r of this city is looking
for a match with any of the 1IOpound 110 poul1d
fighters in these these parts 1 a 11s for a side bet
He has been In training for fQrsome some time j
at 312S Fourteenth street northwest
whero ho will be bcglud triad to torccele receive cbal
Secon d Stra Straight ght Win
V V For Washington Club V
Manager Stahls Batting Played V Prominent
Part Pat joOutcome in In Outcome of QfG Game GameNationals 1meNati Nationals nals
V V Outplayed Si t Louis Outfit Outf t V
ST STLOUIS LOUIS May a 27 27It It is something
like old times to ba able to let out a i
I whoop wboopubout about two hyoylctor1es victories in succession sUccessl ri
by bytheNatloJ1als the Nationals but here her It Js s They lJho
today downed St StLuiby Louis by 2 to 1 1bY 1 by V
playing plny gbott hotter r ball Bill Wolfe twirled
for Washington and was a a ravenous
de destroyer troYrr He Hewaahltslx was hit six times but no
tw two o oof of the safe ties were w WV reln re in the same sam
Inning inningOnly Only twice twice did dfd V he loosen loos en up
wltha witha withapass pass an and d both those free rides
were w re given g ven In the first inning Neither
counted In the rungetting In the fifth
Inning j lng he stabbed Frisk In the leg mak
leg Ip g two on bases but Tom Jones flied
l land and no harm harrowas was dono
Glade Glade pitche pitched d an gt erratic game me He
was hit hUin in every inning innihgbut but two struck
out nine n ine men and gave gaveon one lon lonely lybate base
The Th runs runsoff off him were were made by bunch ¬
ing pairs of hits ts in In the thefirst first and nd third
rounds Washington did well In 111Ule the
field every man man havjni ha haJlt Jlt a chance tous to tals
tingulsh tinguishhimsel himself except Hunlsman whr who
had nothing nothingmore more exciting efctirithan than Ioi long g
flies to c chase hase V
Nill Was W Busy V V
NIlland = N11 and Jones were the busy bi1syboy boys
Nlll Nil accepted acc oPte < as many m anY chances at a sec ¬
ond as as s Sta Stahl hl did at first base and made
an error besides t esiMs The The error was a ran rank k
juggle ju ggleo of a agI ground und ball but he h more more
than atoned for that by a series erIe5 of o t
pretty stops when carelessness would
have meant meantttins runs Jones had five files
In center and white his hiscatches catches were
not sensa sensational tional It was wa jn necessary essary for him
to deliver the rea real l igoodsThree goods Three times
his catches were the last outs
Umpire Connolly read Stahl and
Hughes a long lecture lecture before beorethe the game
especially threatening Sta Stahl hl with the
dire displeasure of Ban Johnson If he h
did not curb his tongue Jake prom
ised to be bequiet quiet and signified signifiedhls his hon ¬
est intentions by making two hitseach hits each
of whic whICh h brought In a run As two tw
runs were all Was Washington hington made his re ¬
turn was w aBa a big factor fa dor in the result
Scoring Began V
Washington started scoring In the
first Hill doubled and Stahl Stahlsfngled singled
bringing him home The winning tally
came cameinthe In the third thirdfn inning lng Jones Jone b beat < at a
bunt Hill went but out on bunted strikes V
Tories Tonesstole stole second and completed the
circuit on Stahls single s to right
Heydon was responsible for the St
Louis run In the thefirSt first inning 1 Stone
drew a a pass and andwas was forced by Koehler
who went to third on Frisks single Tom
Jones drove to Cassidy who hustled husUedthe the
ball to tho plate and caught Koehler Koehterbe be
tween third and home hQmeIn In trying t ll gJo to
nail him Heydon threw low to Hill V
and hit Koehler Koe lerlri In the theback back allowing
that thatathlete athlete to return to third He scor
ed later on Wallaces lngtly long fly to center
After that St Louis Lo uisgoton1v got only one man ma n to
The Score
St St Louis R R H O A E
Stone If 0 1 1 0 0
Koehler cf 1 1 4 0 0
Frisk rf 0 2 0 0 V 0
Jones Ib V 11 0 5 0 0
Wallace ss 0 2 3 1 1
Moran iIoran2b 2b 0 0 4 0 0
Gleason 3b 0 0 1 10 0 1
Weaver c 00 0 0 V 9 3 0
Glade GladCp p i 00 0 0 0 4 0
Vanzant 00 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 6 6r 27 8 2
t Batted ret U W Weaver faver In n ninth inth ln h
Washington V R R H H O A E
C Jones jonesctl cf l 2 5 0 0 01
3b > 1 1 1 20 2 0
Stahl Stahllb Ib 0 2 8 1 0
Huelsman If 0 0 0 0 0
Cassidy Cassld ss V 0 3 4 4V V 3 0
Nill Ni NiIl2b l 2b 0 0 5 5 1
Cassaday Cassada rf V 0 0 2 0 0
Hevdon c 0 1 22 2 V 2 1
Wolfe Volfe p 0 0 3 3 0
Totals 2 27 27 16 16 i 2 2 21
St St StLouis Louis V 1 1V 1OOV V 0 OOV 0 0 kOO00O1 0000 0 0 0 0 01 1
Washington 10100000 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 02 2
Twobase hit h hitHill tHBI Hill First FIr on balls I
Off Glade J Left Lefton on bases bnseSSt St Louis i I
8 C nT nTnn Vashlngion ash nn V inr in rnn 7 SaCrJfi Sacrifice C Cnnn nnn tAn V Vk k t f
g1 < n Ce hit hitsMoran S 11 oran
Nill Stolen bases baEesC C Jones Struck J
out outBy By Glade S by Wolfe 1 Hit by b 1
pitcher Wolfe 1 1 Attendance 5400
Umpire UmpireConGolly Connolly Time Tlmel 1 hour and
fortyfive ortYfiVenutes V minutes V VV V j
iluelsma f1n ji thought he had no chance
to cut ut Koehler off at the plate in the
first Hrston on Fricks hit and threw thre to sec ¬
ond Koehler lacked nerve nerve and re ¬
mained en third thir d
Glade pitcl pitched d six straight strikes to
Cassaday Heydon He r donaml and Wolfe in the
second and then made a wild pitch
After the break he pitched two twom mere re
successive suceessivestrIkes strikes and fanned the side sIci sld
Nill ran from second se ond to the right
field stand to get Glades foul In the
second and barely bar l landed it Loud
applause He made three thre e eouts outs and an all
assist in the first two Innings
Jones hit hitIn in the third was a bunt
to Glade which he beat by b a hair It
was was the theflrst first time in many moons a
National has beaten a it bunt
Hill went cntout out on bunted strikes try j
Iric y to sacrifice s1crti riJ Jones in < s In il the the third th I ar nnd > d j
then Jones stole second V
The hit with wfthwhich whic which h Stahl scored Jones
In the third was wasn a steady Texas
leaguer to right Only a good runner
Jones could have reached home from
second on It
Gleason Glea sen made n1a C his second Secon ci cirank rank enori crt 0 5 s
1 I
when he booted Cassadays Cassada s grounder In I
the fourth His Hsfirst first fall down was Wl on j r
Huelsmans drive In the initial round roun jj o oS S
First Baseman Jones for forSt St Louis 1 J
did Id not ot figure ina in a pia play until the th Jo fourth rth
inning mnln V V i r
Umpire Conn Connolly Connollysnosa ConnqUtV m mno i snosa V no noa f18beg3n began to bleed ble i
the fourth fourthaession sess fession lo h His bad work of the th
day dn before was wassUll still in the 8 popular mind
end he received little sympathy sYllpa tlly
After making two hits in succession i
off Glade Stahl struck strucko V VOllt out V
Tom Jones trf tried d a daring steal In the j
V f V V > nv T1 ITr l r rs tSr t v ft t r 1
dy d to catch him playing off o 1secortd second
Jones instead o of f running back backw went V Vsv sv nt for ¬
ward Cassidy threw thr wt to o Hill Hi111t in time Umeto So
catch < him V V V
Cassidy Cnssfd got a a Texas Tcaslcaguer leaguer V Vto to left
in th the i sixth V V
Wallace made his second bit It by driv drIv ¬
j ing one too tO hot hotfor for Gass Cassidy idy to handle
Jones sent sentA senta a screamer screamer s rearner to Glade GladeJn in the t tie e
seventh that t4atwas was waatoo too torrid to take and
j thus registered his second hlt V
Stahls Sfa la attempt to bunt in fheeigbth the eighth
round was a most dismal talurcCas failure Cas V
sidys ldYs was a a howling success succe succe because
Gleason < sat satdovJnl1atd down hard when he 1e tried to
1 fie field ld it + V V V
L It t t Rpckenfield patt bat was wasthe the cry
when Moran went to the plate in the
eighth ef hth Inning Rockenfield Rockenftedc could Uld not n Jt
have done worse wor se V as Moran knocked an
easy one onet to Cassaday V
Qassaday QRssa 1ty J Is a lefthanded l f hapd dba batter tter but
3 invariably hits hits to Jilt left fiel field He seems
unable to t > get g et around on Iith i i V the th thV V 1 bail b U in V
time V to toknock tOVV VV knock it elsewhere V V V V
V Vanzandt was was sent nt int in to bat for
T Teaver eaver in the last round r roun ound
V Connolly Conn olly showed s great improvement 1ni 1nirov rov ment
i in his indicator work
Although they will be tired tlredV V after aft two
n nlglits nig hts and days of travel when Wh r V jaiey iiY V V
get home Tuesday laymorning < morning the the Niition K tIon
ala confidently count upon taking V o1e V me
or more re of the 1he he games that da da1 > The he
first game will begin at 1030 and the
other at 2 oclock
V TItOS QS > S > RIOB R Ri Rri r i E
PHILADELPHIA May 27 27YO 27Young Young Dg had
t the thePhlllies Phillies at ath1s his mercy today letting
them down with three hits and shutting V
j them out by a score of 3 to 0 V
The Tl1escor score
0 00 0 0 0 OO 0 0 0 000 00 3 3
00010000 0 0 i 1 O O 023 2 3 S 1 V
Batteries Duggleby and Ka Kahoe hoe h08i
and Needham N edham Umplre TImpIreKlem Klem V
NEW YORK May ray 27 2VTheNew iLThe The New Yoirlc O ok k V
a as ls s beat beat Brookiyii Broo k1YIl today by byf to 1 1
locals knocked 1mOc edJonesutof Jones put out of l the e
in n the fourth fourth Strfc StrIcklett kiett wh re ¬
edbim him pitched pitcl1Eda a good goodgame game V
The score
w York 0 00 0 310006 3 10 0 0 6 6x4 x x4 i V
uu 0 0 0 0 9 Q 0 1 Q O bl j 1
Batteries BatteriesMathewsonand BatteriesMathewson Ma thewson and Bresnahan V
ones s Strlcklett Stricklettand and Bitter Umpires
> av and Bauswlne V
CHICAGO May Ma327 27 27fn In I a hardhitting
the Chicago Nationals defeated d feated St
today The home team excelled V
n base stealing and the th number of long
The Thesc score score Jre
0201 0 2 0112 0 1 1 2 1 1 xS x 8
Louis u 10 1 0 0000 0 V 00 O OV V J 0 2 01 014 0 14 4
Batteries BatteriesBriggs Brlggs and and Kling < Thielman V
Warner Umpire UmpireJohnstone Johnston V
PITTSBURG May 27 27Pitt 27Plttsburg Pittsburg burg de ¬
Cincinnati CinclIin t1 today by byS S to t9 3
started to pitch for the thevisltors visitors
was batted hard in the early innings
retired at the close of the fourth In
avor of Hahn who ho did not fare much
The score
3 012 0 L 1 2 1 01 0 1 1 0 x x8 8 8
Oil 0 1 1 10 1 0 000 00 0 O OV V 0 0 03 3
Batteries BatterIesFlaherty BatteriesFlah Flaherty rty and Peitz Harper
and Phelps Umpire UmpireEmsUe Emslle
At Toronto
ewark 0 00000a 00000aOaO6 0 0 0 0 03030 a V 0 OaO6 3 0 6 69 V VS 9 3
ronto 0 0004 0004000004 0 04 0 0 OQQ 00 0 0 4 7 6
V Batteries BatteriesMcPherson McPhersori andShea and iShea Crys
and Toft Umpire UmpIreHassett Hassett V
At AtRoc Rochester 1ester first game g II e
City 000000000 00 Q 0 QQO 000 03 3 0
000 000200 0 0 0 200 2 0 0 0 QOx Oxr 0 x 2 5 0
Batteries Clarkson and McChuley laf < uley
and Stellman V UmpiresV UmpIre UmpiresEgan san ga
n d Conway V V
Second game V V
City 3 30120121313 0 1 1ZIL1 20 J V 2 1 3 313 13 16 0
00 9 O00O 00000909 V 00 0O00Q0 V 00 00Q0 000 V 0 0V V 4 2
Batteries Batteries Miller and amlvan Vandersrift ergrift
and Payne Umpirss UmplresConway Conway V
Egan V
At AtB Buffalo f alo V
0000 0 O 00 0 0 3000 3 00 0 0 03 i 3 71 7 1
3 300 300O0D12x6 00 000 13x 6 S 0
Batteries BatteriesPooleandThpmas BatteriesPoole Poole and Thomas Kissin ¬
er and McManus Umpire UmpireZIm UmpireZiminer ZImmer l1er
At Montreal V V
ltimore 0000001 000000103412 03 4 12 9 V
0 02000 0200001 20 00 01 0 1 00 00 003 3 8 6
Batteries BatterlesBurchell Burchell an and d V Byers Bye rs Pappa
and Raub Umpire rmpircloran Moran
BALTIMORE May > 27 27DlckA1der 27Dicl Dick Ander ¬
on was given tjle V decision < over ove Tommy
Qweof of Washtnstoi WL Waii 1lnt01 cri on < a foul lust
In tho e ighth i hth round rO n of their
ched cliedUled led ed fifteenround llfteenroundcontest contest
Lowe won a mile but continue to hi it
the tjlincGts < llnchg after tttertieing uelng cautioned V
times The boys bo s had agreed to t V
clean and the action of the
efcre Tommy Daly was perfectly
us ustitled < tltled From the very start Lowe
the advantage advantageandhe and he continued to
it throughout
BALTIMORE BALTIMOJtE May 27 27The The George ¬
Reserves Rese rVcs were defeated t by > y V the
reand and Ohio Athletic Associa ¬
ion by 6 to 4 Matthews MatthewfiarJd and Simon
he opposing twirlers pitched good goo o a d

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