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THE MOHNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1908.
IN SPORTING WORLD Despite Unfavorable Weather, Outdoor Events Get De. cided Grip. GOULD. INVINCIBLE Amateur Tennis Champion Completely Outclasses Lorillard, Jr. BRIARCUFFE AUTO RACE I THREE STRAIGHT SETS Pony I'olo Mr-cling To-morrow Xlght I'lintcm League Opens Wednesday. New Vork, April 19. Despite the prevalence of cold ami generally un favorablrt weather for outdoor sports tho senson has bad an auspicious be ginning and the present week holds In prospect several features of Inter r.st to athletes and followers of sports In general. Chief of these will be tho Murathon raoo at Boston for L'hoo.ilnpf representatives for the Olympic frames In London this sum mer; tho race between elht onred crews representing Harvard and An napolis on tho Severn at Annapolis on Thursday, and the Rrlarcllffe auto road race In West Chester, N. Y on Krldny. Another ariiuiiif event of In terest will take place Wednesday on Carnegie lake, Princeton, when four new elght-oarcd shells will be christened. , Andrew Carnegie, who Rave the lake to the university, Is expected to mako a short address, This event will mark Princeton's formal prepa ration for entry upon college rowing. Bnxolmll Reigning. The baseball season Is now In full swing, both with the niijjor profes sional leagues and thn college teams. Roth big leagues played remarkably well during the past week notwith standing the cold, as was Instanced by several extra Inning games with email scores. Rrliircllffo Race. For the Rrlarcllffe road race on Friday twenty-two cars of. American and foreign manufacture are entered. The course Is thirty miles around and must be covered ton times. It Hps in southern West Chester county, New York, and Is considered a model track for a contest between stock cars. It was chosen by the commit tee because of the difficulties It pre sents to the motorists, who will be .forced to depenH more upon the dur ability of the cars than upon speed. There are many turns to negotiate which requires skillful driving. The course will bo patrolled by national guardsmen who have volunteered for the duty. Indoor Tennis Matches. The Indoor tennis matches at the St. Nicholas rink, New York, will bo llnlshcd during the week. These aro the women's doubles, between Mrs. Merger Wallace and Miss Adoe, who are playing the Misses Wild ley, tho match now standing "one all," 7-5, 4-6, and thn men's doubles, between Kolcombp Ward and Benls C. Wright, the former national champions, and Raymond J). 'Little and T. R. Pell, the former team lpading two sets to one, 7-5, 8-fi, 6-8. Tony I'olo Mooting. Tuesday night In New York dele gates from thirty of tho thirty-six tilths In the Pony Polo association will meet to discuss matters of more than ordinary Importance to tho game. One of the things which will probably be regulated is the abolition of tho two minute Interval between goals. Delegates from Plttshiirg. Chicago, New Haven, Buffalo, Phil adelphia and Baltimore will attend the meeting. Aqueduct Hnocs Continued. Racing at Aqueduct continues this week. Tho sport has thus far prov ed popular with tho public, the changes made In the system of bet ing having been accepted as a needed reform, and the fear of legislative In terference having somewhat lessened. Knstrrn Iicngtin Hnsohnll. Tho pastern league baseball season will open on Wednesday with a game between Newark and Baltimore a Newark. The other dubs of tho league will open Thursday. I'nlon Baseball Lciikuo. Tho new Union Baseball league which will have teams at. Philadel phia, Washington, Baltimore, Brook lyn, Reading Pnterson, Wilmington, and Elizabeth will bpgin play next Saturday. U, of I. Swimmer Travel, Tho University of Pennsylvania swimming and water polo teams will Invade the west this wppk, going to Pittsburg, Chicago, Urbana, 111., and St. Louis. Sailors to Battle. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of tills week at. Los Angeles the sailors of Rear Admiral Evans' Atlantic fleet will battle for tho various championships of the navy. All the fights will be held in the Chutes park, and James J. Jeff ries ,tho retired heavyweight cham pion, will officiate as referee. BITTLKn TKXN1S CHAMPION. Mexico City, April 11). Claude M. Tlutlen Is the first lawn tennis cham pion of Mexico. lie won the title in brilliant stylo yesterday from Harvey iMcQulston, running up in tho singles competition of tho first International Lawn Tennis tournament. Butlen won three straight Beet, 8-7; 11-9, and 6-2. Is the Only Paper in New Haven Publishing And Box Scores of the NATIONAL AND AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES. PURPLE IN LEAD Trio Have Lost But Ono Ganio Sinco the Decanter Pin League Opened. AT THE RAILROAD Y.M.C. A. Browns .Second In Race, With Tour Teams Tied for Third Sic Intosli Lender. IT. It, Y. M. C. A. STAniX(J. W. L. P.C. Purple 5 1 .S.13 Brown ..... 4 2 .liiii White 3 3 .noil KM 3 3 ,500 l'lnk 3 3 .5011 lilue 3 3 .6 M) Scarlet 2 4 .m Uray 1 6 .Hi? Thl Week's Schedule. . Monday nine vs. Purple Tuesday Seurlct vs. Hose Wednesday Whim vs. 1'lliK Thursday Brown vs. dray The Purples lead the eight trios In the leeantor Pin league at the H. 11. Y. M. C. A. with a reeord of live vie toricH In six game, played. The Browns are second with four vlelorles In six game?. Knur teams, the Whites, Reds, Pinks ami Blues and tied for third place with three victories and defeats. The earlcls are next to last, while the drays bring up the rear. Mclnlosh . the leader In the Individ ual race. Porto Is feeond with Pehle gel, Warley nnd Nlhlll following close ly behind. The records, nt the end of tho second week, April 17, follow: Team Mil ml In nr. no. .. 304 .. 2M H.T.T. S53 S42 SHI 823 SH S 12 827 780 Purple Brown White Red ;i!5 Pink Blue 2 S S Scarlet 2(1 tiray 2S3 Individual Average. U. H. M. ST. T. Mcintosh .. fi 115 313 18 Porto 117 88 317 6H8 Sehlegel ,,. 6 III K7 S'.iS 58 Wurley ... H 107 8.". 6 7 it Nlhlll B 108 81 287 5H7 Hrough . .. 112 !I2 288 658 HenlriKer ,,6 lis s 25 65s Hehecher',, 6 115 71 ,101 657 l.ee I 1 in Nil 22 657 CoKhhin ... 6 1"5 82 2!'8 r. 4 1 rtriinu .... n nr. si 27.1 513 Fletcher .. fi 1 11" 77 279 640 I'levlne 1 102 so 274 635 Hayes .... fi 105 Si; i'Sll 635 Wheeler... II I or, Sil 275 5.1.1 Mansfield . fi l'H 88 272 633 Peck 3 !4 85 204 204 M.-irnykft . . (1 !i5 84 SfiJ 521 Connolly . , fi (li SO 2tS 620 Coffey .... !i7 SI 24 509 Hart I0 S4 253 490 .laenhson ,.6 S7 SI 213 480 Chlsholm . II 8fi 82 242 429 tik ix soc i:h lkamt Avt-. 103.0 tilt.fi 98.0 Ii 5.:) H4.8 93.0 ii". ij IH'.fi 9 1.3 90.0 89.1 89.1 S8 8 88.8 88.0 87 .3 S'S.il 81. S 81 3 81 79.S Yale Defeats Cornell nnd .Must Piny llavcrford for t'hiimploiislilp, Hlt t HII I KAtiVK VI t Mil Mi, W. Vale 4 II iveiford 4 Columbia 3 Harvard , 3 Pennsylvania 1 Cornell o U Pts. 8 ! S ! 1 fi; 5! Yale's soccer team ana 111 did Itself proud Saturday when It. defeated the j Cornell eleven hy two goals to nil. This victory means that Ynle will now play Haverford for the college champion ship. Captain Wick's men have already beaten the llavcrford tpam, but Yale will do well not to place too much sig nificance on this victory, Haverford is older at the game than Yale, and has playej with consistency all through tho season and Yale will undoubtedly meet foemen worthy of their steel when they face the Haverford boys in the final for the cup. Saturday's game was played In rnlu and on a field of mud. Conse quently the finer points of the game were dispensed with hy both teams. The following Is the lineup: Yale. Cornell. Barrows, Doughprty Kustls Goal. Mahlstedt '. Wright U. F. B. Merrltt Tray Ij. F. B. Noycs Blchlo B. H. B. Wick, (capt.) 4 Towers C. II. B. Becbe GaladJIkon h. II. B. O'Sulllvan Nar.tyau B. W. Congdon Chryssldes H. I. Jennings Retana C. F. Hart Stramarklau I I. MeNulty "Wordon U W. It has not yet been decided when the tie will be played off, but It Is expected that the match will he svrangpd so that It will be played within ft couple, of wepks. The contest will be played on neutral grounds. TO MEOT MIDSHIPMUX. Harvard Men Clash on Diamond and on Severn, Annapolis, Md., April 19The Har vard baseball squad, numbering 22 men, under the caro of Coach Pleper, arriv ed nt Annapolis from Cambridge today, and are quartered at Curhel hill, where the. members of tho Harvard 'varsity eight, preceded them late Inst week. Tho Harvard men will meet tho Midshipmen on the Naval Academy diamond ard on (ho two mile. Severn river course thin week, "While, taking their regular spring practice hrre. as gnosis of the naval academy athletic association, after the custom of the past four years, the Har vard nine will meet the Midshipmen in two practice games on Tuesday and Thursday. The regular game between tho two teams will take place on Saturday, 1 ' " i ii 1 11 " i N RW IIAVKX SHOWS. Now they pay there're no amusements In our New Haven town, But you'll ilnd lots of Inducements If you'll only go around. New York Is the only town to be in, That Is what they say, Dirt you'll Ilnd on many occasions That Is not the way. They talk about Coney Island, ii s eerinmiy Knt (lie, name, But our amusements Bt the Itock Aro precisely Just thn same, Now you lake In the theaters, No matter where you go, But when you come to New Haven, You'll find tho same old show. OHO. K, SCI 1 RUCK. Rorvnixo into .shape. Xmv Haven High School Wins Jilslly from Now Britain Nino. In their first game of the Reason, the New Britain High school nine met defeat Saturday afternoon at Yale. Held, at the hands of tnc New Haven High school baseball team by the score of 9 to J. The New Britain's captain was barred from playing on account of deficiencies In studies, Dunn the first basemen, acting as' field cap tain. The visitors certainly showed little knowledge of baseball, In their opening game. Tenm work was nb sent throughout while error and In dividual playing predominated. In the fifth Inning Dunn, who played first base, made a beautiful catch of a foul fly. By winning this game the Io.mi1 High school nliowed Its superiority over the New Britain school In base ball. This especially was a much eov cled victory as the local basketball team tied the New Britain quintet, who were the Intersrbolastle cham pions of the stute. In football both also claimed the championship. The pluylng of the local nine was worthy of much praise. Their good work tit tho bat and on the field put tho visi tors in the shade. This fact had much to do with their victory. Although there was a small attend ance, the local boys were In the field to play baseball and play they did. They started things humming Ininied- 1 lately, and In the first Inning they se '.'.cured seven runs, each member of the team having a chance at the bat. Bo ' sides this they were only able to get ; but two runs during the remainder of the game. .Walsh excelled for tho visitors, striking out eleven men. Stnrkwea ! ther did the trick on the slab for the local boys. Ills good Judgment and "tensers" got the New Britain play ers biting at all times. He only presented the visitors with three hits while six of them fanned the air, Knlsey starred for the Infield, getting two runs. He hit the ball cverytlmn he was at bat nnd secured the only three-bacger In the game. Kourteen men wi fe used during the came, ali nf whom made a good showlnc. Mes singer showed good form In the out Held, letting nothing get by him. He also made two hits. Manager Chandler Intends keeping the boys In trim, for he has secured two practice games this week. The "'"ft will be played this nfter noon at Yale field, no aomission to no chnrged. The High's opponents will be some eollette men, many of whom have previously played on the local High. The probable line-up for to day's game follows: High School. College Consolidated l'.hiluslco Keetd' Catch. Hti rkwcather pommers Pitch. Flnnnngan Merwln l'lrst base. Baptuino Donegtm Second base. irodske Williams Third base. Kalsey Kngbinder Shortstop. Burns BrMidbont Left field. Connolly O'Brien Centpr field. Messlnger McManus Bight Held. CflLF NOIES. tymmm m i -.p The weather on Saturday was cold and niuiitraetlvo to even the moHt ar dent follower of the royal and ancient RHtiie. the various links were deserted for the greater purl of the day. t'ntll the weather gels balmier there will bo little Interest taken In the game. The golf season fur ines was opened Salunlnv at a number uf courses In the metropolitan district. The links were In excellent condition, hs n. rule, nnd bulging bv the number of players out the game "is likely to he morn popular than ever this year. Allbough de feated, the Columbia gnll' team tnaile a better showing In Hs second mutch of the senson on the links of the Forest 1111 1 Field club Saturday. Thn limit score stood 9 to 0 I" favor of the home team, but most of the Individual matches were bard fought. There were thirty-two ntnrters In the first, monthly handicap of the season nt the Dvker Meadow fiolf club. The three best scores were 10, U llhett. M, (1 ;rr C V. Meserole, 80, 10, 7ft, and W. C. Freeman. SS, II, 7ft. Itliett alo won the nine hole sweepstakes, the "whirl once around," with 4n, 4 1-2, 35 1-2. Old St. Andrews w-as In Hun with the Urst monthly handicap. As usual the besl eight (Unlilled for the cup nt match pl'iy. There were thirty starters, The score's of lite iUallller were: W. K. Hodmnann, Sn, 7-S2; John Heed, Jr., 84. 11-84; H. Limb, ton, 15-85; 1. M, Scl tgiunn, Inn, 14-SH; It. L. Harrison,' H2, 14-Sii; H. L. Harrison, 102. J -I -SS. A. . Uruwacll. pn, 12-Ss; T. A. Matthews. 101, 12-Ml; M. 1'. Flltk, 1 0H, IS-ftn. Princclnn'x team failed to appear at the Nassau Country club Saturday. The members devoled themselves to I lie nullifying play for the golf committee cups, each eight to llnlsh to Uecp on for one at match p,amcs. Four sets qualified.' The bent scrutch ncuro ivus tui i'i by W. J, Kvnnu. PIRATES LOSE LEAD Pittsburg Defeated for First Timo This Season by Cincinnati. CARDINALS FALL TO CUBS World's Champions Defeat St. I .mils nnd Lend in Race for National League Honors. NATIONAL I.F.AGVP. NTAXIIIMJ, W. L. 1 1 1 PC. .8'llt .750 .75J .500 .ilOll .2.10 .25') .2J0 Chicago 4 New Vork 3 ritlshui'it 3 Brooklyn 2 Philadelphia 2 KoHlon 1 Cincinnati 1 Ht. 1juIs 1 (i.AMI'.S TO-DAV. New l'ork at Brooklyn. Bunion at Plilliiilelpblit. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. Chicago at Kt. Louis. Cincinnati, O., lApill 19. Errors ave Pittsburg an early start In to-day's game, but later Cincinnati nuncnen hits on Camnltz and won. Wagner ap peared with the visitors and won ap plause. Score: Cincinnati. ab r bh 0 0 1 po 3 1 Hugglns, 7b 3 0 Lohert, It 3 0 Mitchell, rf 2 1 GanzPl, lb 4 1 McLean, c 4 1 Mowrey, 3b 4 0 Paskert, cf 4 0 Hulswltt, s 3 1 Ewlng, p 2 0 Totals 23 4 9 Pltt-hiinr. 9 3 ab bh 0 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 po 3 1 3 0 0 3 9 o 0 0 Moeller, rf Leach, 3h Cbuke, If .... 4 .... 3 .... 4 Wilson, cf 4 Wagner, ss 4 Abbatlechlo, 2b ... 2 Swnclnn, lb 4 (!llxon, c 3 Becker, 1 Camnltz, p 3 Totals 32 3 7 24 12 0 Batted for Clbson In ninth, Innlgs: Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 -4 Pittsburg 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-3 Two base hits, Taskert, Kwlng; three base hits, Lcnch: sacrifice lilts, Lohert, Abbatlerhlo, Kwlng; stolen base, Iluggins, Clarke; double plays, Pask ert to (Inntsel: Clarke to (ilhson to Wagner; Abbatlechlo to Hwaelna; bas es on balls, off Kwlng 1; off Camnltz (i; struck out by Kwlng 5; by Camnltz 4. Times 1:50. Umpire, Blgler, HT-.AT ST. LOUS CARDINALS. World's Baxrhnll ( Iminplons Win In Seventh liming, St. Louis, Mo., April lfl.-Chlcngo r took to-day's game from St. Louis, 4 to 3. It was Score: n loosely played contest. St. Lieils, a I) r bh po a e 10 3 1 0 3 0 0 12 0 0 3 3 10 0 13 0 1 0 2 3 2 3 2 11 12 4 2 0 0 5 0 9 27 17 7 bh pn a e 110 0 10 0 0 1 3 0 0' 2 0 10 1 3 0 0 111 1 0 2 6 0 2 8 10 0 14 1 !) 27 13 2 Charles, ,1b ... Barry, rf DelPhunty, If Murray, rf ... Konetchy, lb . Byrnes, ss ... Ilosietter, c . Cllbert, 2h ... Mciilynn, p , . 4 Totals 33 3 Chicago. lib Single, cf 5 Sheckard, If 4 Kchulte, rf H Chance, 1b 5 Stelnfeldt, 3b .... 5 Kvers, 2b 3 Tinker, ss Kllng, c .. Overall, p 4 Totals . St. Louhi Chicago , 002 1 0000 03 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 -4 Two base bits, Schulte, Chance, ("iil bert; pnerillce hits, Tinker, Kvers 2, Charles, Konetchy, Mciilynn; stolen bases, Murray, Ilostetter, Kvers; left on bases, St, Louis I), Chicago 12; buses on hnllH, off Overall 1, Mctnynn 2; hit by pitcher, by overall 1. hy Mciilynn 1: struck out. by Overall 6. Time 1;5(1. I'm pi re, O'tiay, AN'NT L MARATHON HACK, 117 I'lirollcd to Hun : 31)11 Yards. 5 Mile and Boston, April 19. The Btrcngth, r n. coo ii I it ion 11110 ll'Hiuing Ol 111 largest number ot long distance alli Iclcfi ever brought together In this country will be tested to-morrnw In tho twelfth annual .Marathon race of tho Huston Athletic association from Ash land, Mass., to the club housn In city, a distance of twenty-live tulles nnd ami yards. The entry list closed with 1 47 on the roll, Incliniing nearly all the famous runners In thn 'country, hh well as several from abroad. The race this year has I a ken on add ed importance In that It Is the offlclul trial for the candidates for ,r. loam that will represent the t'nlted states In the Marathon run of the Olympic games In Mngland III July. The best men, In ml. 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 to winning the prizes, offered annually, will win the rlKlit In wear the Stars and Stripes In compel It Ion with the foremost runners of the world. The record for the Marathon Is 3 hour:., 21 minutes and 21 seconds, estab lished last year by Thomas Longboat, Hie Indian, who has since been adjudg ed a. professional. Longboat cut the record one second Icsh than five min utes, and In doing It, carried Robert A, Fowler of the Cambridge gymnasium iibm under the former record. Fowler will contend to-morrow. PLANT'S XFAV ST RAM YACHT. Iohimln Will he Ono of the largest Craft Afloat. Tho Iolnnda, the new sdeam yacht built on tho Clydo for ex-Commodore .Morton F. Plunt, will ho ono of tho largest yachts afloat. She Is longer than tho LyslsU'ttta, owned by James Gor don Bennett, and will bo fitted much more luxuriously than that vessel. A partial description of tho vessel 1b: "Tho principal dimensions of tho Io lnnda are: Length ovor all, 305 feet! beam, 37 feet 6 Inches: depth, 23 feet. Sho Is about 2.U00 tons yacht measure ment and was designed by Cox & King of London, under whoso supervision the yachts belonging to most of the crown ed heads of Kuropo have been built. Her twin Bcrcw machinery Is of tha triple expansion four crank type, of 3,000 to 4,000 hursepowor. Ono of the notable features Is that her boiler's are partly cylindrical marlno return tubu lar nnd partly water tube. This com bination, tho first installed in any yacht, aftordB tho special' advantage of being able to ralso steam and get under way at practically a niotncnt'a notice or J provides additional speed at short no tice when required, whllo the bunker capacity of some 050 tons gives tho yacht a very extensive ocean steaming radius, - "Needless to say everything possible Is provided to render tho new yacht thoroughly up to date, Including motor and steam launches, quick firing guns und an elaborate system of electric lighting, which Is tho largest ever in stalled In a prlvato yacht, ller design ers have made arrangements for man ipulating the Marconi Installation of 0 1 wireless telegraphy, and a submarine 0 siguulllng system Is Also installed. "Tho heating system throughout tho yacht Is by steam, The refrigerating plant, with cold chambers, etc., has been very carefully considered and has very large storage capacity, Including tlsh stores, dairy, etc. A spacious laun dry is being fitted up on the orlop deck, tho laundry machinery being worked by electric motors. A comprehensive sys tern of ventilation Is being installed, some thirty motor drives centrifugal fans being employod. "The accommodation for owner and guests comprises drawing and dining rooms, library, smoking rooth and otlv er saloons, with owner's staterooms and msny guests' rooms and bath rooms, superbly fitted throughout, tlia 0 ! general idea or style being yuecn 0 I Anno and early Oeorglan. Tho officers', servnnts' nnd crew's quarters arc also very spacious and arranged to accom mndato about eighty persons." the Journnl-Ceurler Is the only mi per In the elj- piililliiig full reports mill tint Kcnrrx of all Hie Mittnnnl mid American league guinea. West was pulled out of the twlrler's stable Saturday by tho New Haven Stale lengue management and pitched against the New Bedford New Eng land leaguers. Walter proved far .from effective on the slab and his curves were treated with unexpected rudeness. The home team slashed three runs' oft him In the opening Inning and three more In the third, whereupon our bnlky hn:-bccn sulked back to the bench and basktd In the sun for the remainder of the guinc, Nolle, who relieved West, pitched good hall, and New Haven Almost caught up with tho New Bedford ag gregation, Hivel who did all the hitting hero failed to touch tho ball safely Satur day, while Zaeher en light tho leather for singles twice. Sherwood also got two lilts, Simmons was not used against New Jleilford and .terry Connell. the utility man played first sack, (jrlflln caught a good game. Daly's nine plnyn Lynn to-morrow, and probably Itroekton Thursday and Friday. Saturday they will return home and clash with the Tuxedos. Pittsburg lest Us lead, nnd the flrt game In the National league race yes lenhiy, while Cincinnati lis opponents, won Us first contest of the senson. The Plrales played errorless ball. The world's champions hy defeating Ihn St. 1iuls Cardinals yesterday have captured the lead In tho National league baaeball race, while New Vork and Pittsburg are tied for second placs, Although securing hut four hits nff White of the While Snx the St. Louts Hrnwim shut out Chicago and recaptur ed the leading role In the American league. COLLIDE RASKIIALL UKSI LTH. Yale, 5; N. Y. A. C 2. Cornell, 11; New York I'nnvernlty, 8 Fordhnm, !); Harvard, ". Williams, 4; Hrnwn (12 Innings) 2. Amherst, 2; M. A. C, 0, Pennsylvania ,12; Carlisle, 5. Pprlngllehl T. ('., I); Worceater, 8. Exeter, 7; Wllllston, 8. Holy Cross, 1; Seton Hall, 0. Pen n State, II; Virginia, 6. W. & J ; Lehigh, 1. Vlllnnova, 11); Gallnudet, 2. Union, 8; Pratt Institute, 5. Georgetown vs. Princeton (rain), Navy v, Columbia (rain). WON GAMK RY FORFEIT. Sovereigns Won First Gamo and Now ( liiillcngn World. The youngwte.rs, known ns tho Sov ereigns wish to make their debut Into the athletic world hy Ismilng n, chal lenge to all ten year old baseball teams In the city. Answers to be sent to Nathan Kolelsky, Mgr., 131 Liberty street. They secured their first victory hy forfeit,' as tho Boys of '76 nine, with whom they were scheduled to play, failed to put In appearance, The line up for the Sovereigns follows: K. Ilnr gen, pitch; S. Bailey, catch; K. Mc tiann, first base; O. Splllcr, captain, second base; M. Hirn, third base; M. Koletsky, sliort-Ht.op; S. Yaffe, left field; J. "Welner, right, field; A, PIto, center field. BROWNS CLIMBING St. Louis Americans Shut Out Chicago White Sox, 4 to 0. ONLY SECURED FOUR HITS Four Hnscs on Halls and Four Emirs Mainly Cai(so of Winning Runs. AMERICAN LKAGIK STANDIXO. W. L. 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 r.c. .800 .600 .500 .60J :500 .883 .333 .250 Bt. Louis 4 Chicago , 3 Boston 2 Chicago 2 FhllHilolplila, 2 Detroit 1 Cleveland 1 Washington 1 GAMES TO-DAV. St. Louis at Chicago. .; Cleveland at Detroit. Washington at Nc;w York. Philadelphia at Loston (two- games), Chicago, April 19. Chicago out-hit St. Louts to-day, but could not soore. The visitors tallied four times, mainly because of bases on balls and errors, Hcore: ab r bh po a e ,4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 ,301400 ,801100 .401411 . 4 0 J 10 0 1 ,3 0 1 5 2 0 ,301620 ,8 0 1 0 2 1 ,1 0 0 0 0 0 ,1 0 0 0 0 0 ,33 0 1 27 13 1 Hahn, rf. ... K. Jones, ef. Parent, ss. .. At. 2b Donohue. lb. Hulllvun, c. White, p. . Davis Anderson Ratted for Tannchll In ninth. Batted for Sullivan In ninth. St. Louis, ab bh po Hoffman, rf. . C. Jones, ef. . Stone, If. . . . . Williams, 2b. Wallace, ss. . Ferris, 3b. T. Jones, lb. . Spencer, c. . . . Howell, p. ... Totals .32 4 4 27 15 1 Score by Innings: Chicago 00 ) 00000 00 St. Louis 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 04 Ieft on bases: Chicago 8. Bt. Louis 7. Two haBe hits: Spencer. Haerltlee hits, Hpencer, Wallace. Blolen bnse: Dough erty. Double play: Spencer to Wal lace. Struck out: Hy White 6, by How ell 3. Dases on bulls: Off White 4; off Howell 2. Time, I :Ii7. Umpires, O' Loughlln and Kgan. WEST HIT HARD. New Haven Stain Iviguers Loso to Now Ilcdford, 7 to 6. The New Haven stato lenguo team lost to thn New Ilcdford nine of tho New Kngland league, Hattirday, by tho Bcnro of 7 to 6. West was hit hard In tho first Inning and tho homo team scored threo runs. The llno-up and summary: New Red ford . ab. bh. po. a. Moorehead, ss. Hroen, If Sowle, lb Harrows, cf. . . Lord, 2b ..3 1 1 4 ..- 4 3 10 0 3 3 1 6 0 Adler, 3b. Coughlln, rf. Miller, c. Delnvo, p. Totals 31 8 27 15 E Now llnvon. ab. bh. po. 4 0 i 0 0 Connell,' lb. .. llavell, ss. Hayward, 2b. Wade, rf. ... Sherwood, 3b. Zaeher, cf. . . . Abott, If Grltlln, c West, p Knolte, p. . . Totals S3 7 24 8 8 Score by Innings: New Hod ford. 30300001 x 7 New Haven... 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 06 Runs, Moorehead 2, Sowle, Harrows 2, Lord, Adler, Council, Sherwood 2, Zaeher, Grlllln, West; sacrltlco lilts, Hroen. Miller; stolen base, Sherwood; IWul hnun nil balls, oft Delavo 3, Off West IS, oft Knolto 1; left on bases, New Rod ford 11, New Haven 4; struck out, by West 3, by Knolto 3, by Delavo 7; wild pitch, Delnvo; hit by pitched bull. Zaeher, Lord; time, 2 hours; Umpire, Dalbee; attendance, 200. EASY FOR TUXEDOS. Cooke's Aggregation Wilt Play llto New Haven Statu Leniuers. In the final series between tho Tux edos and Tigers Saturday afternoon tit the prairie, Cooke's aggregation won two straight games by the scores of 5 to 4 und to 1. Hums, who pitched the second game for tho Tuxodo.i, was Invincible. The Tuxedos will play the state lengue team Saturday afternoon, at the Sinvln Itock grounds. CARPET BOWLING, Vow llnvon Caledonians Play Hurt" fnnl This Evening. What Is expected to be one of the greatest games of carpet bowls that has ever been played In the state will take plaeo UiIh evening at Hurt ford between the New Haven C.ileilo nlan team and the team of Clan Gor don of the Capital city. It la well known that Clan Gordon's team will leave no stone unturned In defeat the New Haven team and the game will undoubtedly be holly contested. So far Captain l'ater.-on'.s men arc proud possessors of an unbroken string of victories, and It goes with out, saying that they will strain every nerve to ngaln return with victory perched on their banner. Captures Gold Racquet anil Promise Trophy or ICqutil Value for Next Year. Tuxedo Park, N. y April 19. Jaw Gould, amateur champion court ten. nls player of tho world defeated Pierre i.oMimra, jr., of the Tuxedo TennU and Kuequot club to-day in tho third and final -round for tho gold racquet championship hy three straight Bets, o-u, u-i, o-u. v-o-uays victory makag Gould, tho winner of the $200 gold racquet outright. Mr; Gould was la excellent form and used his "railroad servlco" to advantage. Mr. Lorillard played a plucky game, but was out- classed. i . ' . Mr. Gould has promised a troDhe of equal value for next year's corn- petition and tho Tuxedo tennis and racquci ciud proposed to put up a special cup next year for the winner, of all events. v In to-day's match Gould seemed ln vlnclblo, scoring elghtoen games Us one. rno ganery ana dedans weral crowded with a fashionable assenvi blage. Tho following Is the score : First sot: Gould 1 Lorillard 0 Second set: . Gould 0 1 Lorillard ... 1 0 Third set: Gould 1 Lorillard 0 A. Forester, marker; Rlohmen Tablet, Tuxedo Tennis and Raoquea club, refcroe of faults. Charles E. Bands won the Buffaxeflf Taylor gold racquet to-day. , CHANGES OS GOLF LINES. Now Haven Club Course, AlrouM Shortemed Two Holes. Several changes In the lay out of thU New Haven Golf club course have beeq mane the past week and whllo It has shortened the distance of two holes 11 Is readily admitted that the improves mcnts are a great advantage to those who are not expert in every ehot. ) Tho second hole was shortened so aj to reach' tho green on the drive. Am there Is a hazard here a topped ball is penalized, where previously in the; old lay' out It took a 175 yard drive taf clear It. i Another Important change Is ' the placing of the tee forward on the eevn enth hole. As this part of the course Is narrow and with trees on one side, and thsj Mtreet on tho other It now gives one a greater scope to stay on the course even if the ball Is somewhat sliced ot pulled. . With these improvements the losing of a ball Is greatly reduced and makes the game more Interesting to both tho novice and expert. AFTER TIISON CUP. Teams from Grays und Co. E WlH Shoot for Coveted Trophy. :.' The finals In the shoot for theiTIN son cup, which were to have been hel1 held last Saturday night, will take place the same night this week. The postponement was assisted because ol the repairs to the range In the cellar. Thrtwo teams thnt have qualified fofl this final round arc tho ones from thai Light guard and from the Orays. Tha former team Is composed of Sergeant) Hranrietnonr, Conoral Felsted and Prt vato Miller, while Lieutenant Crabb Sedgeant Kills and Corporal Harrison will uphold tho honor of the Grays. Iii the seml-llnals, the Co. E. team shofl 137, while tho Oravs' team scored 188 The shoot-oft should prove to be a verjfj close one. , JERSEY CITY BEATEN. J New York, April 19. The New TorH American lengue tenm defeated the Jer sey Cltv team of the Eastern league In an exhibition game at Hobokon to-dayj The score: Now York (American) ) ;.. 7 4 R. H. EU ) 1 4 Batteries: Hughes, Orlfflth and) Sweeney; Wlltso and Vandegrlff. i MOTOR CAE DIRECTORY. 1 THE MAXWELL Lh! a Vu'.S Meadow street, 'phone 6869-2. ' tie, 91 Meadow street; 'phone 586-. 7Ti nounnii r " NT H. Whitfield, aarent; 14 j ULUgMUDIIX i'rk street, 'phone 6254. nrn 8. 6. Colbiirn, agent; 143 Park DlU street;Jphonc. rneiiilfiDII C i. ADDCDCriM 5T" Broad LUuUmUOILb w mi I known 2860. W. T. Dill. way; 'phone CLEMENT BAYARD AND POPE WAVERL?, 67 Broadway; 'phone 2860. W. T. Dlltl' THOMAS-DEI ROIT CaiTandCaRunabouts.ffj W. A. Maynard, agent, 68 Gilbert ave nue; 'phono 376-3. eiitiU'P CAOACC (Repairs ana Storage) Ollllin a ohiihul iei Commerce street, Y, W. Smith, propjjphone 3684-3. POPE-HRTrOBD"&ora-mrii:n; 'phono 3684-3. THE TODD RUBBER CO. T7lJ!LeZ 442 State Ht. Phone 3476. THE FORD. Tho Ford Auto. 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