From Opening" of Game Reds
Have Everything Their
O'TOOLE STARS FOR PIRATES
Brooklyn Defeated by Boston,
and Giants Win L?rom
6t. Louts. May fc?Twaiye hits od Boh
[Harmon In seven Innings to-day gave Cin?
cinnati ten tuns and a ahut-out victory.
Bencher opened the game with a double,
?wo* advanced by Uatca'a cafe bunt, niul
was stored by Mitchell, Hoblltscl bavins
bciu hit by a pitched ba'.t. from thai time
un the visitor* bad ihlnst ihclr own way,
Uea'par retiring hit opponent! In rapid
St. lands. Cincinnati.
All ii O A H AU 11 O A K
Hug'lna, zb .". 2221 Hatcher, It * * - 0 ?
Miller, If... 4 o 2 u VBates, vf..:? 13UO
OaU?s. ct... 4 1 ??? o IHob'ael, n> 2 1 6 t? ?
Kon'hy. lb. 4 via 1 t ;.M'rs'ns. lb 1 0 C- u ?
Wille, rt.... 2 0 u : OMitch'l, rf * 3 v ?
Mowrey, 3b 4 0 3 o OKgan, 2b..;; 1120
Smith, .???<... t v 4 s 1 Phelan. 3b 3 3 3 0
Wlngo. c... .1 0 13 1 Ke'ond, ft. ?'? 1 - 2 *
Harmon, p. a l 0 6 OM'Leait. <? 1 .". 1 u
Willis. 0 ?1 0 I OOaspar, V. 4 - 0 2 0
?BUli .1 0 0 0 "
Totals ...Jl 4 CT 31 4 Totals ...10 15 ".1 10 0
"Batted for Hormon in seventh.
Score by Inntnss: 1!'
1 oil* .0 0 ?? 0 o 0 ??. 0 n? .)
Cincinnati .t i oo o o c Ofv-w
Summary: Runs?Bescher < 3?. Bates, Hob,
litre! '?-'>. Mitchell, Egan ?:>. Phelan. Two
bnjo bits?Bescher, Mitchell, Harmon, Hob
r.trfl. S!o:tn basts ?Batcher 13). Double
pay? Huggir? to Smith to Konetehy. l.eir
,.n biies?it. Louis. Cincinnati. T. Hits?
OfT Harmon. 12 In 7 Innings; oft" Willis. S In
2 Innings, Klrtt base on balls?Off Harmon.
1: off Qaspar. I. Struck oil'l?By Oatpar, 4;
by Harmon, l. Hit t>>- pitcher?By Harmon,
I (Hobllttel): by Ga.-par. : (Wille). Um
pins. Johnttonc and Baton.
0700LE GETS GOOD SUPPORT
rittsburgl:. Fa . May 3.?Chicago was shut
out to-day by ire- splendid work of O'Toolo
nn.t the good support given him by the 1
J'iMjburtrb players. Only two Chicago run?
ners reached third base. Mclntyra wne
taken out l:i the mlddlo of the third, Raul- j
Oach taking nil place. Score:
Ali II O A H AH H O A K
Byrne, Ib.. 4 10 1 ISheck'd, If 3 0 4 0 0'
Carey. If... 4 2 : 0 0 Schulte, rM 1 1 M
ILaach. ct.. r. : 1 o o Tinker. t? i l 4 2 i
Wagner, ts. 2 2 2 4 OHof'aa. er. 3 l 2 ?> o
Chillier, lb.. 4 1 10 1 o zira'an, lb 4 I S 0 0
Wilson, if. 4 ; 1 0 o Evert, ab.. 4 l 2 3 ?>
M'Car'y, 21) 3 1 4 1 0 Lennox, ab 3 ?> 1 0 ?
,;thson. c... 3 0 7 1 0Archer, c.. 3 0 2 4"
O'Toolc, p. 3 2 0 4 OM'Infre, t> l o o l o
Iteulb'k, p. 3 0 0 2?'
Totals ...Silt:; 12 I Totals ...SO S 34 13 1
or. by Innings, it. :
(Pittsburgh ..?.ll Co on; ft-?;
Summary. Rune?Byrne, V'arcy. Leach <3),
McCarthy, O'Toole. TWb-bose hits?Wagner,
O'Toole, Rofntah, Threo-1>aie hit?Ever*,
Sacrifice hit?Wagner, stolen bate?Leach.
Double play?Wagner to Miller. Left on
bases?Pittsburgh. I; Chicago, >'. First bate
on errors?Pittsburgh, l: Chicago, l, Hits ?
orr Molntyre, ? (n : i-o Innings: <>rf rteui
bach, .". In :?:??? Innlngi first b^se on lulls
?oil O'Toole. i: off Mclntyre, l; oft lieiil
bacll, i. Struck out?By O'Toole, T; by It tu I
Ibach, 2. Tasted ball?Archer. Time of
game. 1:13. Umpires, Bronnan and (.j-.eens.
FIVE PITCHERS USED
. Boston. May :.?I'.oston urea up mo Brook?
lyn pltchcri and hit another freely In the
Aril two Innings to-day, je.-orlng ten rum, 1
and won t>y ll to 7. Urooklyu hammered i
iBronvn /roni the bos after scoring four runs j
in the third. Score: :
Ab II OA B lirookltn.
Rwecn'y, 2b ? 3 ? 0 All }[ O A EI
Ca'pboll, rl I 1 2 0 OlMoran, r.".. 4 l 3 o 01
Miller, if.. 0 2 l o IDaub't, lb 4 lid o ol
Kirke, If... 6 l 2 l I Smith, 9b.. 4 : : ; ul
Devlin, tb.. 6 110 ii ON'rth'n, cf 4 v 3 l o
Spratt, .-<.. 4 1 0 :: l Daly, If.... 4 u o l o
IM'D'ald, 3b S 2 11 OCut'aw, 3b. 3 lilt
Oowdy, c... 3 2 Ii 1 1 Tooley, ss. 4 1 0 4 1
Brown, p... 110 1 0 Erwin, c... l o 3 u o
Hock, i. 2 0 0 u v Hlgglns, C 2 0 3 0 1
Knetser, p 0 n o o o
Bchardt, |. o n ft i o
Ylh'llng, p." l o l u
Totals ^.5>.H 3J 12 4 Totals ...S3 7 34 !.' ::
Score, .by^Innings: It,
Boston .? 4 ?> o o l o o ??ll
Brooklyn .0040 6' OS? 71
(Summary: Runs?Sweeney, Ulliler (3),
CainpballM KlrV.c i2>. Devlin, Spratt, Mc- '
Donalrl I2>, dowdy, Moran <:?'. Dauben f3)i
Smith, Duly, Yingllng. Two-base hltR
Spra::. Qowdy (3), Smith. Sacrifice il\ -
Korthen. Stolen base?-rfmtth. Double plays 1
?Sweeney to Devlin; Northen to Daunen. I
J.e.'t on bates?Boston, s; Brooklyn, 7. First
t as" on frrors?Hostfm. 3: Brooklyn, 1 Hit
?Off Knetzer, '.' <4 at bat, none out, fir.*! Ill
nlng); off Schardt, S In l liinlns; off Vine- j
Jour. S In 7 Innings; off Urov n. 4 In ; 2-3 In- '
nlnpf: oft Hogg, .1 in 61-3 Inning. Kir.-: bane I
on balls?Off Knetser, I; off Schardt; j; oir
Yingllng, S: oir Brown, 4; oh* Unas' 3 i
Btruek ou:-Hy Sohardt, *.: by Yingllng. 3;
by H?gg, 3. Wild pitch?Hogg, Yingllng i
J'iwMc.1 ball?Hlgglns. Time at game 1 ?<; '
t:midres. Blgler and Flnncran,
GIANTS WIN NINTH STRAIGHT
J4aw Tork. May 5.?The Giants won theti 1
ninth straight victory to-day, u;a!i, defeat- '
^ng the Phillies, tho ecore being to 4. "Big '
Jeff ' Teareau, the (Hants' spltbnll recruit
allgbtly outpltched Barl Moore. Mycn was
orderwl ort the ! ? .d by Umpire Kkm :or pro
teatlng a strike < ?<. on him In tho eighth I
Inning, and Wilton linlshetl hit time ot bat.
l'hUadelphla, x, H York,
AH H O A K AH II O A f.
XnaSe, T?.. 4 : Z I I lev.,re. ',:. 4 v 1 <i i !
'I'lrtls, r/.... 4 2 1? oDoyle, .-i,.. i i .i u
Cobert. Tj. 1 l t ' os'grakt, i-f 3 1 S 1 i
f-ask-n, cf 4 I ; u Murray, rf 3 12 ] o
pravafb, if r. 2 I 0 0 Becker, rf. 2 ? 2 0 u
irilderilB, n I 0 r. ? OMefkle, lb 1 1 1? 2 0
tioolan, at.. 3 024 OH or nog, 4 1 j 1 1
(Iraham, e. 4 0 " 2 Oaiiafer, - .; ? j ?? ?
Metre, p...:: u (1 1 0Myers, e... .1 ; 5 1, ?
?Dot ney .. 1 u 0 11 V Wilton, i I " .
Tctrenu, p I 11 1 z u
Totals ...34 S 21 11 1 Totals ...22 V 2T 11 3
?Batted for Moora In ninth.
Score by Inn'.r.-s: U.
rhlJade'.phli . 0 ; 0 0 0 1 0 0 2?t
'A'erw Y'o.-k.Z 6 B O 0 01 0 *-0
Summary: P.ujik?Knabe, 7;tuf. Cra\'4tb
f3>. Doyle (J), Murray, Beeker, Merklo
Two-bate hits?Titus. Merkte. Doyle. Three
bate hits?>t< :?? 1.'1. ? r .vath. lit. r in -
Titus. Sacrifice fly?Uoo'.an. Stolen batin?
Doyle (3), Murray. Khufer, Titus. Knabe
L*': or, bates?New York. ?'. Phllurlelphlt
It Flrtt base on errors?New Yori:, 1: Phll
a?r>ul.:a, 2. Klisl b.is-_. on ballt ? Ott ret
reau. 4: oft* Moore. 4 Struck out?By i,
reau. t; by Moore, 3. wild pitch?Moore.
Time of game, 2.03. Umpires, Klem aiei
Trunks, Bags, Suit-Cases
Yesterday's Results in Three Big Leagues
Boston, U: Brooklyn. 7.
St. Louis. 0: Cincinnati, 10.
Pittsburgh, 6j Chicago, 9.
New York, ?; Philadelphia, 4.
Richmond, P; Washington,
Now York, Beading, 0.
Cincinnati, fi; Chicago, 5.
Cleveland, B; Pittsburgh, 6.
Detroit, 1: St. Louis, ?.
Philadelphia, 5; New York, 11.
Chicago, 3; Cleveland, 1.
AVashlngton, 5; Huston, 6.
Now York .
SL Louis .
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Richmond . 2
Pittsburgh . 2
Heading . 1
Chicago . 1
Cincinnati . 1
Washington . 0
Now York . n
f,on Iietrolt _
000 St. Louis . ..
000 New York .,
WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY
Brooklyn at Boston.
Philadelphia at New York.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
(Other game not scheduled.)
Washington St Richmond.
Plttsburg at Cleveland.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Reading at New York
St. Louis at Detroit.
Cleveland at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia.
Boston at Washington.
ANOTHER BIG CROWD
WATCH ES NEWN HAM'S
REBS WIN BALL GAME
Washington Again Defeat^., This Time by
6 t 2--x lue anu D?. wring Each Make HlHij
i\uii?* ast anu ^napp.> Playing
UY GUS 31 ALBERT.
Big But Blue put the salt In the
raw spots of the Washington dub yes
terdny when he derrlckad a choice of?
fering from 1'ltcher frmton, sending
It hlKh over left Held fence, scoring
lleriny McFarluud aheai of him. The
game ended, Richmond, 6; Washington,
Until Bert got nasty and proved that
1 when It comes to smiting with the
wood he is some chicken, the game
.was close. Incidentally nearly 3,000!
fans paid real money to witness the
second performance of baseball offer-j
cd at the new yard Also Incidentally I
every one of tlio crowd was well re?
paid and enjoyed it quite us much as.
on the opening day. Newnham's Rehs
aro popular because they are ball'
players. Big und husk> with a lusty
SWnt stowed away In cither hand,!
they give un exhibition which meets
tho approval of a eins? of fans who!
know the game inside out. \
Ii there can be any criticism of the)
contest ut all, since Rlcniltotid won
and still Is ut the tup of Hie heap. It!
might he the. slothful manner In ?
which Trenton worked. As n lime kill-'
er he will top the heap, lie took all
the pep out of the crowd and set it on!
edge. Still the game WBB Interesting. ?
far more Interesting than what' the,
fans have, been accustomed to. There
wus Just enough hitting to keep Some?
thing happening all of the time, and
Just enough inlscues to help Newn?
ham's gang in the plnchfs.
A freak play, or rather Soybold's
quick working in taking advantage of
au opportunity, provided the sensu
tl u from a defensive standpoint and
resulted in a double pl.iy. preventing
the visitors from adding to their list
of counts. It came about In the
eighth, when Adler was on third base.;
Geary, with one down, hit what would
ordinarily havo been a sncr lice IIy.
Sox was under It, and Geary started
for home. On a quick throw to Patsy
Bohanutin, Howling was caught Off the
bag and the run stopped.
Howling, be it mentioned, also found'
the distance to left field fence. For?
tunately there was nobedy on, and lie)
circled with himself us company. In?
deed, the .Senators oulh't tho locals.)
but were thwarted in every attempt j
to make the circuit. Newnham's men-j
lals happened <,n ttie Job, while Grover
Ooshorn showed no mercy In the
However, Mr. Ooshorn can thank
himself for one of the two scores
credited to the Invaders. It was his
benve, With an easy out In sight,
which allowed Gus- Duntion to cross In
the sixth. Browne, with Himdon on
third, hit to the pitcher. Grover Ilrt-L
bpoted the ball and then tried to see
how far he could mis*? Bohannan's
glove. While the ball was taking a
quiet spin out toward right field fence,
1 "in,ion ambled over the plate.
Ftirr Icker evidently was off stride,
for three of his Juggles helped the
Rebl considerably. The locals scored,
iwlce In the llfth, tar.ing, the lead
away from Washington. at l' to I.J
Browne then pushed Dundon across t?I
the sixth as alreudy narrated. Alflo,I
.seeing the danger, gave the word and]
twice more the Robs toed the pan.)
thanks to the generosity of Messrs.!
Trenton and Farrlcker It happened!
thusly; Newnhani was safe when Far-j
ricker hoisted hla tap over Dundon'sj
head, taking second on the play. Gos-I
horn was ult?u t>a,t"e em mother of Mr.)
Farrlcker's blunders, when he let the]
l tilde r 111 his gloVO get too active.
Prout hit and got a lite when Alflcl
was (breed at third. Hoffman lived
on .? walk, staggering tl e sacks with
human freight. Trenton. showing
that he was a good fellow, let loose u
wild pitch und Goshorn counted, the
others advancing a sack. O'Hare was
ihcro with the sacrifice skyrocket and
Th. other two happened In the next!
trnnie, after Mc Far land had walked.I
slide second and advanced to third
while Bnhaunah was grounding out]
from Geary to Farrlcker. Then Berti
Blue got rid of the .smash over tho'
T!ie came was primarily marked byj
the defensive play Of the Rehs. Not
I n opportunity was los: t<> keep ihel
visitors rlued to the Hacks. Goshorn
I alone blundered, it ,vaa fast and ac?
curate hall playing, not the driveling,
hesitating kind. The big fellows knew'
HERMITAGE GOLF CLUB
At, Interesting golf tournament took!
PI . ? ? yesterday on th,- links of the
Hermitage Golf club. Oply <>ne ball
was played by two players, consisting!
"f a woman and man, partners, each
taklnc alternate drives.
lie field consisted of thirty enthu?
siasts, s.v. ral good scores Were made.
Mist Sophie Meredith, playing with
Ueddea Winston, won, with score of
j The next mixed tournament will bo
I an l^-hole contest.
At Montgomery; Montgomery, 6; Mo?
At Nashville: Nashville, <5. Memphis.
At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 2;At?
At Birmingham: Birmingham, c New
What to do und when to do it. and they
won. Washington finishes to-day, af?
ter which Heading comes lor three
Kumes. The score:
AB R. it. O. A. U
Prout, 3b.? 2 2 2, ? (
Hoffman, ab. 0 ft 0 t 0 t
o'llure. !f. -4 o u l l I
Srybold. rf.4 X 0 3 3 4
MCParlond, cf. 31:10c
llohaumui. lb.? 0 1 W 1 I
niu?. c.:.* 1 -? 4 1 <?'
Newnham, as. 3 0 0 1 u f
OotiKirn. p.B 1 ft 0 S '.'
Totals .'.a. 0 T K 13
a 13. it. it o. A. r;.
Fallen, if. t (p L 3 ft *.
Lumlon, :b. 4 I 1 3 1 u
Adler. 3b. 3 0 2 2 1 ?
Browne, ri. 4 0 v 3 ; 0
Howling, cf.O 1 3 1 0 t
Geary, s?. 4 0 0 3 $ 0
Parrlcker, lb. t 0 l 13 1 3
Horn, ct,.4 0 3 0 0 0
Trenton, i>. 201030
?Casey . 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total.34 2 lfl 21 IS 3
The .?eure by innings: It.
Washington.0 0001 100 0-2
?Batted lor Trenton In ninth.
Summitry: Two-base hits?Blue. Prom.
-Mel ariarot. Adler. ll.vie runs?Dowllng,
Biue, eaorlrUyi hits?Adler. Hoffman (2?.
Sacrifice nyw-OIHare. Stolen .bases?Dow
Uns. MoForlund, Hohaum.n IS). Double'
ploys?Seybotd to Newnbani; Beybold to Bo
hannon. Left on bases?Richmond, io
Washington, s. First base on hails?1 iff
Trenton. 7; off Qoshorn. 2. struck out?By
tJothorn, 1. Hit by pltchsr-Seybold. M "
Karland. Wild pilch?Trenton 13?. Time
of some. 2.0.*.. Umpire, Oassnteyer.
HAMILTON IS EFFECTIVE
Cleveland, o.. May 2?Pittsburgh
batted out another victory to-dnv, de?
feating Cleveland, 6 to 5. Cleveland
could do but little with Hamilton, the]
Pittsburgh pitcher, but errors behind]
the latter allowed the Forest City's
team to all but tie the score. Three'
errors In succession tilled bases for
Cleveland in the ninth. a two-base
bit scored two. There was none out.
but Hamilton euused Freeman and Ort
to pop iiji easy Hies, and Delohanty,
who was passed purposely, was forced
tor tho lust out by Selig. Score:
AB. It. O. A. E.
Uritton. 3b. f. 1120
Freeman, b. r> 1 a 0 0
Ort, if. 1 2 0 0
1 iclehanty, cf.? 2 2 0 1 a
Selig, 21?... 5 1 3 3 0
Stringer, If. 4 12 0 1
Klrby, ss. 4 0 4 3. 1
Clrecn, c.4 0 7 3 1
Haflcrty, p. 3 0 0 2 11
Wakcfleld* .. 1 0 11 0 0
Walter?? . u o u o o
Totals .38 1 27 13 a
AB. H. O. A. K.
Callahan, cf. 60201
Huff, as. 3 2 8 1
Brown, rf.fJ.. ."> 1 2 0 n
Rlley, if. 4 s 1 1 0
Pelfer, lb. 3 0 10 0 0
rtltchoy, ;i>. 4 12 7 4
Fowler, 3b.^ 4 2 f. (1 U
Hughes, c. 3 2 2 l 1
Hamilton, p. 4 2 >< 4 \
Totals .33 13 27 16 S
? Batted for linfferty in ninth,
'vfian for Wakeileld In ninth
Scon- by innings: r..
Cleveland .0 0 0 a 0 ; 0 1 2??
Pittsburgh .0 0 0 :: 1 o 1 1 0?6
Summary: Huns?Freeman. Ort, Dcl
ehanty, Klr*by, Qreen, Callahan. Brown.
Rlley, Ritchey. Two-base hits?Brltton,
Hughes, Brown, Rlley. Home run?
Itiloy. Sacrifice lilt?Duff. Sacrifice
11 > ? Duff. Stolen bases?Hughes. Sti
n?r. Freeman, Dolehanty. Double play?
Klrby, Sells' and Freeman. First base
on balls?Off linfferty. 2: off Hamilton,
:;. Struck otil?By Rnfferty, I. by Hani
Hi, n :;. wild pltolt?Rnfferty. First on
errors?Cleveland. !>. Left on bases?
Clcvi laud. Pittsburgh, n.
READING TRIMS NEW YORK
New York. May 2? Billy Jordan's
New York team of the United Stales
League was I rimmed here this after?
noon at Bronx Oval by the Reading
nine to tho tune of < to '.'. .lack Cro
n.ii. who played v.'lth the (Hants In
100.1, pitched for the visitors. and
Snuiiny Smith, who twirled for the
1'i ovideiicc.Montreal and Toronto teams
of the old Rastnrn League, opposed
him Porte, the Reading catcher,
made two doubles and a dingle 'ii four i
tinn-s up. Tin- score:
AH H. O. A. K.
Shcckard, cf. ?'? I I 1 0
Malay. U. 10 3 0 1
Brouthers, ;b. t i ?< i 1
liielers. 2b. 4 10 3 0
Heal, rf. - r. 1 0 o n
Abll. lb. a 2 :l 1 0
Broderlck, ss. 3 o .. n o
Porte, c. 4 3 11 0 0
Cronln. p. ? 0 0 I 0
i Totals .:il 9 -'7 " -
i N?W York.
AB. H. O. A. 15.
I Brown, lb. ?? 0 1 0 0
' Freyer. ss. 1 1 0 2 1
I Wall, lb. 4 2 10 1 3
lUruKgi. c. 3 0 10 1 0
TOung, rf. * 1 0 0 0
Hynes. 2b. a o 2 1 o
iTIerney, cf. 4 0 2 i 0
Dlsbrow, If. * i 0 " 0
Smith, p. 4 0 2 6 0
Totals .30 R 27 12 3
Score -by innings: It.
Reading .0 0 0 S O 1 0 0 0 G
New Vorn .I 0 0 0 O'O 0 I 0?2
Summary: Runs Dieters (3), Il-ytl
i i. Broderlck, Porte, Brown, Dlsbrow.
First bnSO Oil errors Reading, -'; Now
York. i. Two-base hits?Shockurd,
Porto (2), Dlsbrow. Sacrifice bits ?
Brouthers. Abil. Broderick, Freyer,
Dlsbrow. Stolen base??Beal, Abll.
young. Left on bases?Beading, 8:New
York, S. Double play?I'orte anil Brod
ertck. Buses on balls?off Crohln, 3; off
Smith, 4, struck out?By*Cronln, It:
by Smith. 9. nit by pitcher?By Cro
iiln, 2 (Bruggy. Hynos). Passed balls?
I'orte, :*. Umpire. Tone. Time, 1:44.
BUGS RAYMOND LOSES GAME
Cincinnati, O., May 2.?By bunching
their bits In a timely manner, the Cl:i
oinnatians took the second game of the
series In tho United States Lcagu"
from Chicago. Baits Raymond pitched
for thc visitors, but thj local men got
to him In the first round of the con?
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Bade], rf . ft
Barton, 2b . 5
Armibruster. cf . 3
tYitterstettcr, If .... I
I Mollencamp, 1 h .
lilicks. c . 8
IConnell, 3b . 3
j Blernran, ss . 4
Crow, p . 2
Ifogan, p . i
6 10 27 14 1
AB. B. II. O, A. E
Lynch, rf . 3 1 1 1 D (
School. 2b . it 1 1 2 3 1
Walters, 3b . 2 l 0 4 5 <
O-ertcurleh, cf . 1
Stanley, If . 3
Molnke, ss . 4
Crowley, lb . 2
Raymond, p . 2
Parker, p . 1
2 2 0 2 0
0 1 1 0 0
Totals .23 5 6 21 13 5
Score by Innings: R,
Cincinnati .1020 1O2Ox?6
Chicago .0 0 0 3 0 01 1 0?5
Summary: Left on bases?Cincinnati.
9; Chicago, !>. Double "play?[licks and
Connell. Struck out?by Crow. 3; by
ITogan, 2: by. Raymond. 2: by Parker.
3. Bases on br.lls?off Crow. 3; off
Hogan. 1; off Raymond, 2: off Parker.
3. Sacrttlce hits?Mollencamp, Hogan,
Crotvley. Slolen bases?Badel, Wht^r
stetter. Wild pitches?Parker. 1; Ray.
mond, I. Hits? off Crow, 2 In 4 In?
nings: off Hogan. 4 In 4 Inning?: off
Raymond. 9 In 5 1-3 innings: off Par?
ker. 1 in 3 '-Z innings. Time of game,
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SHIFT IN LINE-UP
OF DETROIT TEAM
Works, Pitching His First Game,
Shuts Out St.
BOSTON HITS GROOM HARD
Chicago Wins Pitchers' Battle.
Athletics Lose to High?
Detroit. SMay 2.? Works, pitching hl? first
gamo of the Benson, shut out St. Louis l to
0. Bailey was wild and was replaced by
Lake In tho second. .IcunlngH mndc a shift.
In his Jlnc-up. sending Louden to the bench,
Morlnrlty to tiilrd, Vitt to second and Dclu
Ji?nty to left Meld. Stanagu was benched
In favor of OnelOW. Score:
bt. Louis. Ilrtrolt.
I AB II O A 0 AU II OAK
Shntten. cf 3 oil) I'Bush. IS... 3 13 11
Auatln, si.. 4 j ? t uvitt. ?t?...i 4 1 4 2 0
StOVajl, lb. 3 UIO e UCnhb, cf... 4 3 2 0 1)
Importe, rf 4 0 '-' V UCraw'd. rf 4 0 1) 0 V
BoRnn, if.. ? 1 : e ODole'ty, if 3 1 a u 0
Print. :o... t 2 ?' 4 OOalner, Hi 3 0 tl 0 0
Wallace, na a 0 .t 3 PSIor'lty. 3b 1 0 2 4 u
Krlchell, c. 3 0 1 1 Onslnw. e. 1 I I I I
Bulley, p... 0 u 0 0 0 Work?, p.. 3 0 0 1 1
j Lake, p.... 3 U V I U
I Totals ...20 6 74 13 1 Totals ...SI 0:7 14 '.'
! Hcbra by Innings: It.
! Detroit .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
St. l.out'w.0 0 0 0 0 0 'J U 0-1/
RUmmaryi Hun?Bush. Two-base hits?
Cobb. Delehsnty. Sacrifice hits?Gainer,
Htovalt. Stolen banes?Morlarlty If). Dele
hsnty. Bauble play?'Morlarlty to Vitt to
? lalner. Left Oil bakes ?Detroit. S; St. Loul*.
6. First base on errors--St. Louis, 1. lilts ?
fiir Bailey, 2 In 1 Inning; nft Lake. 1 In 7
I Innings. First bate on balls?OR Works.:;.
?>tr hake, ??. struck out?By Works. Z. hy
Lake, 4. Hit by pitcher?Shottsn. Wild
pitch?Bailey. Tlmo of game. 1:45. Umpires,
Uguu and Bran*.
Washington. May 2 ?Hosten hit C.room
hard and timely to-day. defeating Wash?
ington tf to 6. Sensational fielding plays,
were made by Lewis, Speaker, Knight und
ABB 0 A B ABB O A i.
Hooper, rf. S I I 0 OMoclIer. If 3 1 3 1 1
Kugle, 9b.. 4 10 1 9 Foster. 3b. ( 3:1 I I
Snciiker. dill l 0 Milan, if.. 4 1 a 0 II
Bradley, mo ; 0 oSch'fer, rf 3 3 0 a 11
Oordnsr, tb 4 '1 ii 3 BFIynn, ib.. 1 011 1 ft
Lewis. If... 4 0 5 1 u Knight. Ib 2 1 I 2
Wagner, ss 1 1 2 2 OM'Brl'e, ni l 3 I
Nuna'kcr. c 4 2 6 3 o Henry, C 4 0 f. 3
Halt, p. 3 1 0 j 1 Groom, p.. 2021
?i.'ashlon... t 0,0 3 0
Totals ...35 1127 11 I Totals ...21 7 27 H 3|
?Batted for firoom In ninth.
Score by innings: ft.
Boston.0 ?* 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-4
Washington .130010 00 0-:.
Bummar]: Runs?Bradley. Wagner, Nun?
amakcr (2), Hall i2>. Metaller (3), Poster,
Knight. Groom. Two-.basc hits?Wagner,
Hall. Hooper. Nunamakcr, Bradley, Milan.
Thrce-busc hits?Moeller, Nunamaker und I
Schaefcr. Facrlflc.? tly?Bchaefer. Double
play?Lewis to Nunamakcr. Left on bases?]
Hoffton. 7; Wushlncion. I, First base on er?
rors?Boston. 1: Washington. 1 First base
on balls-Off Hall. 4: off cirooin, I. Struck
out?By Ball, 3; by Cifoom, 7. Bit by pitch- I
er?By Ordern, l (Hall). Tim? of game,
hours. Umpires, Connolly and Bart.
NAPS LOSE TO CHICAGO
Chicago. May t.?Chicago defeated * leva
land 3 to i to-day. The game was a pitch
era' bsttlo between Wa'.sh and Kahler, In
which the former weakened after nlllng
I Be bases In tho seventh. Three bunched
hits, an error and ?aerified fly gave Chicago
their scores, while a double und trip'., tared
the vtsltoils from a shut out. Score:
AB II O A :: AB II O A B
Rath, 2b... 4 1 2 I 0 Oraney, If. 4 I 1 4 d
land. 3b_3 1 'i 1 UOIsoil, ss.. I 0 I t iii
Cal'han, If. 4 1 1 a uJa.-kaii. of 4 1 2 0 o!
Bodlo, Cf... 5 0 I 0 OLuJole. 11,. t 1 y o 't ?
Collins, rr.. 3 l l o iEasterly. >? * t a 2 t?j
/.older, lb.. 3 0 1} 1 0 Byan. rf... 3 0 3 0 0
Weaver, as. 3 0 1 2 1 Ball. 3b.,.. 4 111?'
Block, c... 3 2 4 l 0Br*nkle, sb .-. q i 4 1
Walsh, p... 2 0 1 1 0 Kahler, p. 3 0 0 2 0|
Lange, p... I 0 0 1 0 ?Bir'lmm.. 1 0 0 0 oj
Totals ...21 I CT 11 2 Totals .. .54 u -I Tl 1
?Baited lor Kahler 111 ninth.
Score by Innings: R.
Chicago .o 0 1 ;: 0 0 0 0
Summary: Buns ?Lord. Callahan. Weaver,
Lajole. Two-bus..- hit?Lajole. Three-baai
hits?Block, Ball. Sucrlfleo hit?Bodic. Sac?
rifice tly?Block. Left on basea?Chicago,
3; Cleveland. 8. Hits?Oft Walsh, 2 In C 1-2
Ir.nlngs. off Lange, ; In 2 2-3 Innings, First
base on balls?Off Kahler, 1; off Walsh, I;
off Lang?. L Struck out?By Kahler, 1.
by Walsh. 2; by Lange, I. Time of game,
1:23. Umpires. Dlneen and P. rrlno.
POORLY PLAYED GAME
Philadelphia. May J.?New Vor!?, again de?
feated the homo leam to-day In a poorly
played game. U to S. All the pitchers wer?
Ineffective except Quiiih. who pitched tho
last Ovo Inning? for New York, while both,
teams ma.lir many fielding errors. Score:
New Vork. Philadelphia.
AB It 0 A K AB H O A B
Zlnn. If.... 6 1 0 I u Ixird. If_j 2 10?
Mai tin, ss.. SttC 1 Strunk, cf. 3 0 7 0 0
rhu'ons. lb >J 1 It 1 OMagVrt. cf 1 0 11 0 0
free, cf. 4 13 0 SCollins, 2b. 0 2 2
llarlzell, rf 3 2 0 0 l Baker, so. 4 u 3
Colo'un, 3b 4 3 1 3 l Murphy, rf 4 1 1 1
c.irdner. ei> 4 4 3 3 I Barry, ss.. 3 0111
street, c... 4 0 4 1 OBPInnla, lb 1 2 :? 1 0
Vau grim, p. 1 0 0 2 UDar'Ick, ss 1 1 1 20
Botr. p.0 0 0 ? 0Thomas, c3 2220
Qulnn, p... 3I1-' "Rgan, c... 1 0 t> 'i 0
?Wotverton 1, 1 0 0 o.Morsun. p. 8 0 0 1 3
tKauft _ 0 0 0 0 ?Danf'th, p 2 0 u 1 u
Totals .. .38 12 '27 IS 4 Totals ..37 10 27 1U i
?Batted f"r Vaughn In fourth.
?Itan for Wolvcrton in fourth.
Score bv Innings: R.
N.-w Vork.0 r>n ? 2 1 40 0?11
Philadelphia .004 10 0000t-*
Summary: Runs? /Inn. .Marlin (i), Sim?
mons I2i. Crer 12), llarlgell (2), Col.?man.
fi.trdnrr. Lord, Strunk. Collins. Thomas (2).
Two-base bit?Lord. Thr*e-ba?? hits?Col?
lins, Tin.mas. Sacrifice* hit?Gardner. Sac
1 nice files-llnrtsell, street. Double play?
Collins to Derrick to iMcIhni*. Lert oil base*
? Neu York, li; Philadelphia, 5. First baas
on errors?New York. 4; Philadelphia, ::.
lilts off Vaughn. ."? and II limes at bat In
:: Innings; off Hoff. 2 and .'. times at bat
In 1 Inning; off Qulnn, 3 mid is times at
bal In ."? Innings; off Morgan, 4 and 17 times
at bat in 4 innings mono out In ilftlii; off
Danforth. S lind 21 times at hut In 3 In?
nings. First huso 011 balla?Oft Morgun, 3:
off Danforth. 4; off Vaughn. 1; off Hoff. 1.
Struck out?By Morgun. 1; by Danforth, 1;
Struck out?'ByMorgan, isby Danforth, 1; by
Morgan. 1 fCreol. Tlmo of game, 2:16. Um?
pires. U'Loughlln and Westervclt.
Free at Lee Park
Tueadays and Fridays, Instead of
Tursdnys and Thursdnyn, hnvc been
designated by PreMldent I.andKrnf
art Ladies' Dn.vn at l.ee Tnrk, irken
there ??III be no ndnitsaion charce,
??Uber itenrriil or to the firruiidulanil,
in accordance ??Jth tbisi decision,
?v,,iiirn of Itlelniioiiil are Lulled to
attend the Knute to-dn.i ??Ithniit any
ehnrge ?? batsine? er.
Initial Contests of S. A. I. A. A.
at Baltimore on
Washington. May 2.?Many followers
or truck athletics In Washington win
Journey to Bultlmorc next Saturday
to witness the Initial meet uf tho re?
cently organized South Atlantic In?
tercollegiate Athletic Association, and,
Judging front the daisy list uf en?
tries alreudy received, tno meet
promises to bo the biggest buctyss of
i Its kind this season In tho South At
; lantlo i'cctlon. An entry list of be
? twoen l?O and 175 Is certainly some
I Indication of the 'quantity of competl
I tlon thut will bo served the specta?
Tho linder path urtlMs nt 0oorgo?
to wn have been In hard training lor
the puBl several weeks, and in view
; of the excellent Bhowinir they made In
?tin: several Indoor mctts during the
: past winter, the followers of tho hill?
top school urc confident of a clean vic?
tory, which will not only conclude one
of the most successful track seasons
in the history of Georgetown, but will
glvo tho school the unique distinction
of winning tho tlrst meet held by the
I newly orgunlzcd S. A. 1. A. A.
] I211cr, whose all-rounl work r>n the
Georgetown truck team this year lias
been the sensation of t iu South, is at
: preeent In excellent condition and much
is expected of him by his friends, Hor
rag, Dlgnuii. Wagner und Hunte:, of
Johns Hopkins, huvo each negotiated
I the 10'j-yurd dash in ti n seconds Hat'
and are certain to give the .New VorK
lad a close race. Glass, captain of the
Washington and Lee team, must also
be reckoned us a possible winner in
this event. Costeiio, of Georgetown,
j besides being entered In tho pole vault,
I will light for u jrtacu in Hie 100-yard
; dabh. Ex-Caplatn Mart),: und "Connlo"'
McGrath, of Georgetown will atrejigth
I en thu chances of their team to place
I In this event.
I Brewer, the surprise of the track
I season at Georgetown, is showing
great form In tho trig*, dashes at the
West End, und Is certain to be heard
from before he leaves the Monumental
Landau, of Georg'town, who ran on
the relay team in several meets, won
the .S^O-yard event at the Fifth ItVtgi
\ menl games, the mil* run In the Wash
i Ins ton National Guard meet, placed
third In the lsO-ya,rd rOn In the same
I meet, should give Lee, of llopklns, a
I 'dose race In the mile. This dlmlnu
Uvej Washington lad, besides being a
aeudy runner, is possessed of a never
<ay-dlo spljJt that has won him many
racis In fjto last -four yoars While
ao claims to have btcn troubled some
vhat with a bad throat, he will be In
Sno fettle iy Saturday.
OUspjnan, another ilio.'irrtwn maln
? tay In too distances, is training dally
'or the SS.Vynrd run, and, past per?
formances eonsidired, ho should Show
'Ais heels to most of those entered
against him. In this event, however.
Spence, of the University of North
Carolina, who goes the distance in two
.lilnutca four StcondS, and Captain
Trotter, of tho North Carolina A. and
if. team, with a llnie_ equally as fast,
are strong favorites*
" While the shot-put In by no means
Hie stellar attraction of the> Home wood
meet, because of th ? large number of
?rell-knoiwn competitors, no little |n-:
terest Is centred In this event. Fol?
lowing an- the men entered: P.-ck and;
.Miles, of Washington and Lee; Klier,
of Georgetown; Johnson, of Richmond
College; Bowler, of Virginia Polytech?
nic Institute: Floyd, Hum, Cool. Har?
grove, of North Carolina A. and M .
Dlgnan, Ltebinaporgcr, Michael, Bald?
win, Morton and Trudcan, of Johns
The preliminaries for th^ meet will
be held at llomewood, Baltimore. Fri?
day of this week at 4 P. M. The- finals
wilt be held Saturday at 2 P. M. Im
mediately following th- track1- meet
finals the championship la erosso game
will take placo between Hopkins and
s'wai-thmore. Much Interest Is also
centred In this game, since the much
improved Swarthniora team Is strain?
ing every -nerve to wipe out the de?
feat received at l/he hands of the Hop?
kins team last year.
Defeat of Richmond Is Ninth
Straight Victory for Home
! Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Farmvllle, Va., May 2.?Hampden
Sidney won Its ninth straight victory
to-day by defeating Richmond College
by the score of 5 to 3. Hampden-SId
ncy had the ga'nie going her way from
the start, and It was only In the ninth
that Richmond managed to land a man
safe on third. In the ninth, however,
by a base on*ballii. an error and three
hits, she earned three runs. The stara
for Richmond College were Woodward,
Stephens, Aiicarrow, while Lewis, C.
Ii. Saunders and Frey played the best
bull for llainpden-Sldney.
Score by innings: It.
Richmond College-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 3?3
llampden-Sidney .l I ooo i 2 u u? 5
Butteries: For Richmond college?
Clarke and Uwalhmey; for Ilainpden
Sldin-y?Lewis and Frey.
Summary: lilts?Off Gwathmey, 11:
ofr Lewis, G. Base on balls?Off Gwath?
mey, 0; off Lewis, 3. Struck out?By
Gwathmey. ?; by Lewis, 12. Stolen
Imses?Richmond College, 2; Hampden
Sidney, 6. Two-base hits?.Wool, Lew's
und Frey, empire. O'Toole.
V. M. I. IS DEFEATED.
Gullford College, With Professional
Hotter; , Wlus Game.
[Special to The Tiniea-Dlspatch.]
Lexington, Va., .May 2.?Virginia
Military Institute, lost to Gullford Col
lego to-duy by the score of 5- to 4 In
h game of eight innings, tho Cadets
being called to drill. Moore twice ro
tired Gullford with three on bases. In
the fourth, after four lilts were made
without a run, and in the third, after
two singles. MOOre hit to deep centre
for a home run. Gullford used it pro?
Score by innings: R. H: E.
Gullford .U 0 2 0 1 2 0 O?.". 12 0
v. m. I.o o :: o i o o o?i o ::
Batteries: Bt-nbow und Hobbs: Mooro
Gordon Motor Company
GAME MARKED BY
Washington and Lee Defeats
Trinity by Score of
7 to 4.
tSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.*
Lexington, Va., May 2.?Washington
and Leo won from Trinity, ol North
Carolina, to-day, 7 to 1, In a Bum?
marked by loose lleldjug. Lile twirled
his Itrst bis game for Washington and
Lee, and pitch-d heady ball at all
stages, mid llelded Iiis position in great
Klllpe, for Trinity, pltehed a fair
game, hut ho let Washington and Leo
take the l.-ad in tho sixth, whan lie In?
tercepted a throw from the outfield,
allowing Turbytlll to score, when ho
should have been out. Lile scored .1
moment lot >r on Webster's single.
Washington and Lee \v.1 ,i never headed.
Tin- locals scored two In the first
Inning on a pass, two hits and an out
and a double steal. Trinity forged
ahead In the third, scoring Ihre i on a
walk, a sacrifice, two hits and a passed
i third strike, which bounded off tho
plate OVI r Donahue's head, Washing?
ton and Lee won the gunn- in the sixth
?ui KnlpO'B ploy, and added two muru
In lha seventh, after Krwln's double,
when Trinity made several bad throws
around second und third. Trinity mad*
the Una) run In the eighth on two hits
j and a stolen base.
?"core: R, H. E.
Wash, and Leo.. 3 0 0 0 0 S : 0 4?7 f, 5
Trinity . 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0?1 6 9
Butteries: Lite and Donahue: Knipo
; and McLean. Stolen bases?l-'oushee,
; Anderson, Webster (2>, llaftery, Smith,
Ll|e Three-base hit?liile. Two-base
hit?Erwin. Struck out?by Lile, ll;
I by K nlpC, C.
CAROLINA - WINS
FROM y. P.
[Special toTii* Times-Dispatch. 1
Chapel Mill. N. C. .May 2?In 11 nwat
fest Carolina defeated Virginia poly
li hnlc Institute hero to-day. h to 3.
Bally and Sw.nl: featured at the bat
with n triple and 11 Single apiece. La?
nier pltehed a steady game for Caro?
lina, keeping his lots well scattered.
Kvans, for tin- TcchS, tanned eleven,
but bunched hit" spoiled his game.
Seor.- by innings: lt. IL K.
j Carolina .1 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 ??s 11 4
Vi 1'- 1.0 2 0 ('0 0 0 0 0?2 S 1
Batteries: Lanier and Swing; Kvuns
and Legge. Two-base hits?Winstead,
Pick. Three-base hits?-Swing. Bailey.
Stolen base*?Jones. Mines. Double
play?Bailey to Winstead to Leak, t'11)
plre, Dalton, of Trinity.
victory roit Georgia.
A. A. M. Defenled In Fust (.nine hy\
-?cure of '? to 0.
Raleigh. N. c. May 3?ir,e Univer?
sity of Georgia won from a. & M to?
day. 2 to 0. in one cf the must in?
tensely exciting games seen here thl3
Carl Thompson sustained his repu?
tation as on- of tti- best college p'toh
er8 In the South, but In Robertson he
found a worthy opponent.. Tho big
Red and White southpaw deserved tu
win the game, allowing the Georgia
Crackers only live hits, while A. & M.
tfot seven off of Thompson, but an er?
ror by Second Baseman Patton. pre?
cede.! by a Mugle by Twllty, won the
game :..: the Red and Black. Although
tin error coltftan Is heavily loaded, a
total of nine errors being made by the
two teams, the game was featured by
th- team work <-f the Georgians and
the work of Robertson and Tnomoeon;
.-cor- by Innings: r- h e.
v t. M u 11 011 0 0 ft ii 0?0 1 4
U. of On. - <? 0 a 1 0 0*0 0 1?2 r. 5
'Batteries: Robertson and Seifert'. C.
Thompson and Bowden.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Lucille La Verne Company,
In William Gillette's beautiful play,
Prices: Matinee. 15c, 26c and 3jC
Nights, ISc, 25c, 35c"and 50c._
BIJOU ? THIS WEEK
LUCILLE LA VERNE
From Will N. Ifarben's Novel.
In a revival of his best of fun shows,
Including carrie webber.
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday,
May 2, 3 and 4.
Game called 4:30 P. M.
\il ml ?Kinn. 26c. Grandstand. Lie/
UNITED STATES LEA G IE. .
Game Called -Itl5.
Admission, 250. Grandstand, 25c extra,
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