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Full Box Scores of'-- -Ball
I ,..v .,
New Haven's Apparent Slump
Continues, Orators Win
ning Yesterday.
Ponlr Lose and Ilartford Wins, FIao
Ing Both Teams Even No Hoi-yoke-Waterburjr
Nrw Haven
New Britain 25
Waterbury 88
, 30
, .610
.6 J8
New Haven at Waterbury.
Merlden at Hartford.
Springfield at New Britain.
Bridgeport at Holyoke.
t .1
Tuckey, p ., 3
Stevens, p 3
Total ........... 87 (. 8 15 27 10 8
Rising ,lf 6 3
Connor, o 4
Btankard, 2b 6
Luby, cf S
Walte, rf 5
Yale, II) 4
Mc Andrews, 8b ... 3
Burns, us 4
McLean, p 4
0 0
(Sperlnl to the Journal-Courier.)
Bridgeport, July 6. New Haven
continued Its losing streak here to-day
when they loBt to the local club by
the score of 6-3. Waller again starred
In the box and It was duo chiefly to
his effectiveness that O'Bourke's men
won. When a hit was needed the vis
itors were helpless and this coupled
with some coettly errors settled the
argument Lefty Wllhelm, who per
formed for Bone's team, made his
most creditable showing of the sea-,
son and save for one wild peg which
resulted in a run appeared to have
steadied down materially. Although
the locals secured eleven safe swats
off his delivery they were pretty well
scattered and a majority of the run
getting cannot be charged against
' him. The visiting short-stops had a
bad day and Eddie Havel had no bet
ter success at this position than West
erners. Many more defeats for New
Haven will mean but one thing, and
that Is practically the loss of the pen
nant. Whatever Is the trouble with
the men It Is high time that this be
rooted out for the sake of the, team's
1 ultimate success. No one knows' what
Is the matter, but on the face of It
i this Is a fact and should be faoed
fairly and squarely by the owners of
the club. Following is the story of
the day's battle;
In the second the locals' tallied three
times on two free passes, singled by
Cassldy and Waller and O'Rourkes
two-bagger. They added one In theH Usher, p
third on two hits, Ladd scoring on
Fhalcn'a single after Sherwood let
Connell's throw go;throiigh him. .
-.JTlu? sixth saw-thorn tiring another
on Phaien's hit. Cassldy's sacrifice
and Waller's second bingo after Havel
had made an error of Swl..k's bound
er. Their last run came In the eighth
on Waller's third safe hit, a long drive
to right for two bases, followed bv
O'ltourke's tlmelv nval Vn'r V.m I
Haven In the fourth Plelss walked and
.Zacher fanned.- Simmons scored
'' Plelss by a smash to center for three
bases and came home himself on
Sherwood's sacrifice fly to Ladd. La-
chance went out, O'Rourke to Phalen.
;Thelr last run came In the eighth on
Connell's second bingo followed by a
pretty two-bagger from the bat of
Plelss which striking on the left field
foul line was sufficient to send Con
nell to third from where he reached
home on Zacher's out, Hilt to Phalen.
Waller's all round good work was
easily the feature of the contest.
The summary:'
; . New Haven.
... 4.
Totals 89 7 15 t7 16 2
Score by Innings:
Morlden 0 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 08
f prtngdeld 00400002 1 T
Sacrifice hits, Pastor 2, Barbour 2,
Coto, Connor, MeAndrewa; stolen bns
o, Slffol, Golden, Barbour, Luby,
Walto, Yale 2; two base hits, Golden,
Rising, Luby; three base hits, Wado,
Btankard; hits oft Tuckey 8 In 2 1-3
Innings; oft Btevans 7 in 6 2-3 Innings:
first base on bads oft Btev'ens 1, off
McLean 1: left on bases, Merden 7,
Springfield 8; struck out by Tuckey 1,
by Stevens 2, by McLean 3; double
plays, Burns and Tale, McLean, Burns
and Tale; time, 1:45; umpire, Wilkinson.
New York, Aided by Matliew
son's Stellar Pitching,
Beats Cincinnati.
World's Champions Now in Danger of
Losing Second Place Pittsburg
Too Much for Phillies.
ab r
Grant, ss 4 0
Knabe, 2b 2 0
Titus, rf 3 0
Magee, It 4 0
HrmiHlleld, lb ...... 4 . 0
Osborne, cf 4 0
Courtney, 3b 3 0
Dooln, o 4 1
Foxen, p 3 0
n.inTPoni) moves rp.
White Ponies Lose Dowd's Men
Easily Outrlasa New Brluiln.
Hartford, July 6. Hartford defeated
New Britain here today. 4 to 2. Fallon
scored the f1rt run for the home team
n the first Inning, reaching first on
balls, going to second on Gardner's
hit, stealing third and scoring on
Noyes' out. The visitors made their
only runs in the seventh and Hartford
won the game In the eighth, In which
C-'ardner singled and O'Leary mndo a
three bagger. Ru flange, the New Bri
tain catcher, was knocked out by a
pitched ball In the third. Score:
ab r bh po a e
Wallace, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Fallon, If 1 1 0 3 0 0
Gardner, 2b 4 12 10 0
Connery, lb 3 0 0 11 0 0
Noyes, 3b 3 0 1 3 5 0
Yancey, cf 3 1 0 3 0 0
Justice, i 4 1 'l 1 1 2
O'Leary, o 3 0 1 6 0 0
3 0 0 0 5 0
W. L.
Pittsburg 44 j?
Chicago 41 27
New York ,' 42 23
Cincinnati 36 35
Hoiton 81 39
Philadelphia 2 35
flt. IO uli 27 42
Brooklyn 26 41
Totals 30 1 5 '25 22 1
One out when winning run scored.
Bcora by Innings:
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1-2
Phllad.lphla .. ......0 0001000 0-1
Throe-baso hit, Abhattcchlo; sacrifice
hits, Abbatlcchlo, Wilson, Foxen and
Knabe; stolen bases, Wagner, Knnbo
and Tins; left on bases, Pittsburg 6.
Philadelphia 7; first base on balls, off
Maddox I. off Foxen 2; first base on er-
,ii:l ruI 1 lusuurg i; mi oy piii-nrr, inuuu
.tsuninnd Courtney; struck out by Muddox
4, by Foxen 5'; parsed ball, Dooln; time,
1:45; umpire, O'Dny.
.4:; 5
New York at Cincinnati,
Philadelphia at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn nt Chlrnn.
Boston at St. Louts.
Bt. Louis, July 6. St. Louis-Boston
gamo postponed wet grounds.
At Kowpll Lowell 0, Now Bedford
Coney Island Jockey Club Has
Had Great Season at
Sheepshead Track.
rapture Big Money In Lust Day's
It uee. by Beating King James
At Brockton Brockton , Haver-
Clnclnnatl, July 6. New York won hill 4.
the first game of tho series with Cln- j At Lawrence Fall River 7, Law
clnnntl through ltiucky hits and poor ! rf,nrfl , . ,
throwing on the part of Catcher
Bchlel. Mathewson
throughout: Score:
Clin liiniill.
ab r 1H po a
Hugglns, 2b. ..... 4 0 0 1 4
Kane, cf 4 1 2 4 0
Lobert, 3b 4 0 1 1 3
Poskert. If. 4 0 0 4 0
Ganzel, lb 4 0 1 10 0
Schlel, c 3 0 0 4 1
Mitchell, rf 3 0 0 2 0
Hulswltt, ss 3 0 0 1 2
Ewlng, p 3 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 1 4 27 10
At Montreal Montreal 0, Toronto 3.
At Providence Frovldence 8, Balti
more 5.
Totals 27
New Britain,
ab r
Marsans, It 4 1
Almeida, 3b 3 0
Waterman, rfv.... 4 0
McCabe, cf 6 1
Burns, 2b 3 0
Bunyan, lb 3 0
Cabrera, ss 3 0
Rufiange, c 0 0
Coney, c 2 0
Relger, p 4 0
Padron, x 1 0
4 5 27 11 2
bh po
2 1
Connell, rf . ... . , . 4 1
Plelss, If 3 1 1
Zacher, cf 4 0 0
Simmons, 2b 4 l i
Sherwood, 3b .... 3 0 1
Lachance, lb .... 4 0 0
Westerberg, ss . . . 1 0 0
Havel, ss 3 0 0
Waters, o 3 0 1
Wllhelm, p- , 3 o 0
Totals 31 3
ab r bh po
O'Rourke, 2b .... 6 0 2 1
Heaumont, c ..... 5 0 1
Bertwhlstle, rf . . . 4 0 1
Ladd, cf 4 1 i
Hilt, ss 3 i o
Phelnn, lb ,4 1 2
Cassldy, It ....... 3 1 1
Swlck, 3b ...3 1 0
Waller, p 4 3
6 24 8 6
1 03
1 6
Totals ,i 85 6 11 27 8 1
Score by, Innings:
Kew Haven.,. .0 0 0 2 0 0
Bridgeport .... 0 8 1 0 0 1
Sacrifice hits, Sherwood, Cassldy;
stolen nases, i'leiss, Havel; two-bnse
hits, O Iiourke, waller, Plelss; three
base hit, Simmons; Innings pitched,
wuneim 8, waller ; hits, off Wllhelm
11, oft Waller 6; struck out, by Wll
helm 8, by Waller 8; bases on balls,
by Wllhelm 2, by Waller 1; wild
pitches, Wllhelm 2; time of game,
1:50; umpire, Rorty; attendance, 260.
Merlden Bent tho Ponies Who Are
Now Sliarlnfc Leftd With Hartford.
Springfield, Mass., July 6 In a heavy
hitting. game, Merlden defeats Sprtng-
neia, s to 7 today, Stevens stopping a
batting rally by fanning Yale for the
third out with men on third and sec
ond in the ninth. Rising's great hitting
was, the big feature, the Springfield
man hitting safe drives five times In
El row. Every one of the hits was
clean. Tuckey was knocked out of the
box In the third. Great fielding by
Wnfle prevented Springfield from win
ning. The score:
0 ' 0
2 6 24 13 2
x Batted for Cabrera in 9th,
Score by Innlnga:
Hartford 1 0000003 4
New Britain 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 I
Three base hit, O'Leary; stolen base.
Fallon .Gardner 2, Noyes, Marsans,
Waterman 3; sacrifice hits, Connery.
Noyes, lAlmelda 2, Cabrpra, Cooney;
double plays,' Connery (unnsMeted),
Bunyan and Cabrera; Bunyan and
Burns; bases on balls, by Fisher 4, by
Retger 6; struck out hy Fisher 4, by
Relger 4; hit by pitcher, by Fisher 4,
by Relger 1; passed ballp, O'Leary,
Conney 2; left on bases, Hartford 8,
New Britain 14; wild pitch, hy Fisher;
first base on errors, Hartford 2, New
Britain 2; time 2:05; umpire,
At Savin Rock tomorrow tho New
Britain state league team will play a
double-header with tho locals. Tho
first game will be called at 2 o'clock.
Tenney, lb.
Doyle, 2b. ...
Bresrjahan, c.
Donlln, rf. ,.
Seymour, cf,
Devlin, 3b. .
Shannon, If. .
Brldwell, ss.
Mathewson, p,
New York
bh po
1 11
3 0
Winners of First Prize In Competition
at II. & II. Alleys.
The prize winners -at the H. and H.
bowling alleys on Orange street for
the past week were as follows:
Duck pin contest, Collott won the
prize with a total of 112: candle 'pin
contest, Collett alco won the prize with
a jcore of 111. In the big pin competi
tion, Miller curried oft tho honors, with
a total of 224. In spile ofvthe warm
evenings considerable interest Is mani
fested In the varlcis contests now go
ing on ,nt these popular alleys. The
same prize will be given again this
week for the bowler making the high
est score In each of tho three competitions.
Totals 31 2 8 27 14 2
Score by Inntncs:
Cincinnati ... 1 0 0 0 0
New' York. ... 0 0 1 0 1
I TWO-nasA nit, noyiee;
hit, Kane; sacrifice hit,
stolen bases, Lobert, Doyle, liresna-
hnntfl bases on bulls, off Ewlng 2;
struck out. by Ewlng 2, by Mathew
son 6; passed ball, Schlel; time, 1:35;
umpire", Klem.
0 0 0 01
0,0 0 02
Brooklyn Hit Ball Hard and Chicago's
Mlsplnys Cause for Losh of C.nnie.
Chicago, July 6. Brooklyn's heavy
hitting coupled with errors by Chicago
substitutes, gave the visitors to-day's
gamo, 5 to 4. Chicago also batted
hard hut.tould not find Bell's curves
In the final Inning. Score:
1 Chicago.
Hofman, lb 5
Shecknrd, If 5
Howard, rf 5
Zimmerman, 2b.
Stelnfeldt, 3b. ..
Moran, c
Durbin, cf
Tinker, ss
Frazer, p
Brown, p 1
bh po
Renault and Bni-ler of franco and
Beiu of Germany Favorite.
Dieppe, July 6. On the eve of the
gnat French automobile race, . tho
Grand Prix, which will be run to
morrow over a triangular course, 77
kilometers In length, ten times around.
The public choice for winner seems to
lie between Renault and Braslcr, rep
resenting France, and Ben, of Ger
many. The stock of the Italian driv
ers Is falling. Experts ire somewhat
puzzled by the reports of almost In
credible speed made at the trials, but
It ' Is believed, If the conlltlons are
favorable, a new world's record Is al
most certain.
Racing at Brighton Peach, 2:30 p. m.
Polo at ltocknway. B p. in.
Cricket: Philadelphia at Boutn
Golf: Advertising men's tournament
at. I.nmbton Country club, Toronto, Orit.
Lawn tennis: Tournament at Engle
wood Southern championships nt At
lanta, Gn. Tournament Country club of
Sprlnglleld Round Hohln dotibleH 8t
Westchester Country club, 4:30 p. m.
Is Japan to I's, Says Mikado's Man
Studying Our Architecture.
Chicago, July 8. "There Is absolute
ly nothing in Japan except the friend
liest feeling for the United States, War
talk Is silly," declared Kametara Hay
ashlda, special -representative of the
emperor of Japan and chief secretary
of the Japanese house of parliament.
He reached Chicago yesterday, coming
at the command of the ;Mlkado to con
fer with architects of Chicago and oth
er principal cities regarding the erec
tion of parliament buildings, for which
the Japanese Diet has appropriated
$12,000,000. He said that the Mikado
wanted "American workmanship and
American ideas for the building of the
pained "
"We consider," he said", 'that Ameri
ca has the best of almost everything.
America Is our friend; our neighbor,
and our brother, and we want closer re
lations with America."
The secretary will depart for Wash
ington tonight to visit President
Totals 38 4 12 27 10 2
ab r bh po a
Burch, If 5 1 1 4 1
Maloney, cf 6 1 1 2 0
Hummell, 2b 4
Lumloy, rf. ...... 2
Jordan, lb.
Sheehan, 3b.
Lewis, ss. , ,
Bergen, c. .
Mclntyre, p.
Wllhelm, p.
Bell, p
82 '5 8 27 12 1
ab r bh po a
Soffel, s 5 1 3 8 4
Paetor, 2b 3 0 0 2 2
Accorslnl, lb 5 0 0 0 0
Golden, cf 5 1 1 3 0
Wade, rf 0 3 2 ( 5 0
Barbour, 3b 3 1 3 0 0
Cote, If 4 1 2 2 0
Bridges, c ..3 1 8 3 i
500 Students Replslored at New York
New York, July 6. The fourteenth
summer school of New York universi
ty was formally opened at noon today
by Andrew S. Draper, commissioner of
education for the state of New York,
who will deliver a special address to
the students of all departments tn ths
library. This afternoon, from four to
six, a reception and lawn party was
given by the faculty to the students on
thi campuA.
For the first three days of registra
tion 500 students have reported. This
In far In excess of Inst year's prelim
inary registrations and Is said to Indi
cate the presence of the largest sum
mer community of students ever gath
ered on the Heights.
Batted for Eraser in seventh..
Score by innings:
Chicago 00000130 04
Brooklyn ..... 0 1 0,0 0 2 2 0 05
Two-base hit, Lewis, Bergen; three
base lilts, Stelnfeldt, Burch, Hummel,
Marshall; hits, oft Mclntyre 7 In 5 2-3
Innings, Wllhelm 3 in 1-3 Inning, Bell
2 In 3 Innings, Frnr.er 7 In 7 innings,
Brown 1 In 2 Innings; sacrifice lilts,
Jordan 2, Lumley 2; stolen base, Ma
loney; lvft on bases, Chicago 8, Brook
lyn 5; bases on balls, off Frnser 3,
Bell 1; struck out, by Mclntyre 4,
Frazer 3, Brown 2, Bell 1; time, 1:57;
umpires, Rudderham and Bitter.
New York, July 6. Abe At tell, tho
lightweight pufrlllHt, to-day Issued a
cluillengn to HnMIIng Nelson, who
knocked out Jne Ouns In Ran Frnncls."-)
last Hutnrrtny tn tight for the light
weight championship of the world. At
tell suggestes that, In event of tha chal
lenge being accepted, the tight take
plnoc before .lames Coffroth's club In
California. He will be willing, how
ever, he sold, to light before uny oth
er club, which may offer better Induce
ments than CofTroth.
Slinli's Cossacks DIsreRtird Protest of
Great Britain.
Teheran, July 6. Sixty Cossacks
Inst night took up a position behind
the British legation where many per
sons have taken refuge, with the ex
pectation that the 2 refuges would
make an endeavor' to escape from the
building. The nrltlnh charge d'af
faires hsa protested to the Persian
government ng-nlnst this action of" the
Cossacks and has demanded thnt the
governor appear before him In fuM
uniform and apologize
The bazaar has again been ordered
to close The Russian' hank -has sud
denly demanded the repayment of
outstanding hills, thus causing many
commercial difficulties
Pittsburg Scores Winning Run front
Philadelphia In Last. Period.
Pittsburg, July 6. Pittsburg won out
in the ninth inning today, defeating
Philadelphia by a score of 2 to 1. Score:
Leach, 3b
Abbatlcchlo, 2b
Sforke, lb
xPhelps .
Maddox, p
ab r , bh po a e
4 0 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0
4 1 2 2 0 0
3 0 1 3 3 0
2 1 12 3 0
,3 0 0 10 2 0
10 10 0 0
. 2 ,0 0 2 0 0
,3.0 0 4 0 0
,3 0 1 2 3 0
,29 2 6 27 13 0
Totals 29
xBatted for Storke In ninth,
Don Enrique Nnttea, "Chancellor of
the cnnsnlnle of the republic of Hnlva-
oor lor the port 01 New York, wns a
prisoner In Jefferson Market court to
day1, charged with abandonment by his
wife, Anna, nn Amerlenn-born woman.
Trnvers City, Mich., July 6. 'Die
Northern Bench hotel on North port Bay
In the Leelennu prnlnuln. thirty miles
from here. The seven guests nt the
resort, which opened Its doors last Sat
urday, were forced to flee.
Washington, July B.At k conference
to-d.-iy between Secretary of War
Wright. Arlmlrnl Plllsbury, tho acting
hend of the nnvy depratment, and Gen
eral Clarence It. Edwards, chief of tho
Insular Bureau, war department, It was
decided that, toe United States marlnpn
should not bb withdrawn until after the
election, although all Information re
ceived Indicates their presence at the
polling places prohBhly will not lis nec
essary. Washington, July B. All government
agencies nre. at work to obtain evi
dences of violations of the neutrality
laws on the Mexican border, preceding
nnd following the raid nt Las Vacas,
Conhulla, The dispatches, however,
which come to the government relternta
the difficulty of obtaining any satisfac
tory and conclusive evidence, through
unwillingness of those who know 10
'make any admissions. f
Sheepshead Bay, July 6 The spring
meeting of tho Coney Island Jockey
club came to a close today with the
running of the Lawrence Reallzatlpn
slakes, worth $17,860, to the winner,
which resulted In an easy victory for
August Belmont's Falrplay with J. E.
Madden s King James second and F,
A. Forsythe's Dorante third. Falrplay
so overwhelmingly outclassed his Held
that he was practically out of the bet
ting, being quoted at 1 to 4. The Bel
mont horse was never fully extender
at any stage of the Journey and was
only galloping at the end.
The Lawrence Realisation stakes
has been run for the last twenty years
and has been won by some of the best
thoroughbreds America has produced,
Including Hamburg, Ort Wells, Syson
by.' Ethelhert, The Parader, Salvator
and many others. This stake Is for
threc-ycnr-olds under stake weight and
is one mile and five furlongs. Four
were carded to start over night, but
Antaeus was withdrawn and Alfred
Noble was added at the last moment.
The start was bad, Dornnte bolting as
the barrier was sprung. Alfred Noble
broke first followed by King James and
Falrplay. At the padJock turn Dorante
who had lost many lengths at the
start raced up to his field and took a
length and a half lead .on the turn
with King James about the same dis
tance before the Belmont colt. Alfred
Noble was many lengths behind his
field at this period and was hopelessly
beaten. Dorante continued to show tho
way In the run down the back stretch
with the favorlto now In second place.
In tho run around the upper turn Falr
play gradually closed up on the leader,
Dorante, and at the head of the stretch
Fnlrplny was In front by one and a
half b-ngths. From this to the finish he
had an easy time and won by . two
lengths, King James caught Doranto
tiring nnd easily beat him for th
Place. Sir Martin proved himself tho
host two year old In training when he
easily won the second half of the
Double Event, defeating a high class
field. Sir Martin picked up 129 pounds,
topwelght, and ran the gamost race he
has shown. He was under a hard drive
In tho early part, but responded and
was returned an easy victor. Helmet,
tho supposed crack of the Keeno sta
ble, had worked a very fast trial for
this race Saturday when he' stepped
three-quarters of a mile around the
turn In 1:12 3-5 and was considered by
many horsemen to have an exception
ally good chance of defeating the Mad
den entry. Helmet went out at the
start and opened up a lead of four or
flvo lengths and held his advantage to
tho stretch, where he began to tire and
Sir Martin, running through, took
command and won. Helmet was an
nnsy second over Fayette.
First race, The Tammany, selling,
for two year olds, five and a half fur
long; Futurity course Melissa, 103,
McCarthy, 4 to 1, 8 to 5, 4 to 5, won;
Gliding Bell, 09, Gilbert, 7 to 1, 5 to
2, 7 to 5, third. Time, 1:07 3-5.
Helen Harvey, Waponoca, Feseatore,
Ruxton, Nedllm, Chepontuc, Chaper
on, Mugwump, and Dander also ran.
Second race, The Requlttal handi
cap, for three year olds and upward;
seven furlongs, main course Peter
Quince, 112, Notter, 3 to 1, even, 1 to
2, won; Dreamer, 118, McCarthy
to 1, 8 to 5, 4 to 5, second; Roseben,
180, Garner, 3 to 1, even, 1 to 2,
third. Time, 1:25 4-5. Timber, King
Cobo.lt, Falcada, Tony Bonero, Crea
tion and Sir Cleges also ran. Roseben
and Sir Cleges added starters.
Third race, the Double Erent (sec
ond half), for two-year-olds, guarnn
teed cash value 110,000. six furlongs,
Futurity course Sir Martin, 129, J,
Lee, 3 to 5, 1 to 5 and out, won; Hel
met, 122, Notter, 2 to 1, 7 to 10 and 1
to 4, second; Fayette, 129, Miller, 3 to
5, 1 to and out, third. Time, 1:13
Fourth, tho Lawrence Realization
for three-year-olds, $10,000 added
one mile and five lengths Fair Play,
12(1, E. Dugan, 1 to 4 and out, won
King James, 126, Miller, 4 to 1, 1 to 3
nnd out, second; Dorante, 12, J. Lee,
20 to 1, 3 to 1 and out, third. Time,
2:46 1-5.
Fifth, the-Tournament handicap, for
three-year-olds nnd up, $600 added,
one mile and an eighth, turf course.
Grapple, 116, Garner, 11 to 5, 4 to
nnd 2 to 5, won; Tourenne, 118, Mil
ler, 6 to 2, even and 1 io 2, second
Snilor Girl, 85, Upton, 40 to 1, 15 to 1
and 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:52 2-5.
Sixth, the Ethelhert, selling, for
three-year-olds and upward, $500 add
ed, one mile Frizette, 102, Upton, 8
to 1, 2 to 1 and even, won; Marathon,
111, McCarthy, 8 to B, 1 to 2 and 1 to
4, second; The Wrestler. 103, -Sweet,
4 to 1, 8 to 5 and 4 to 5, third. Time,
1:38 2-5.
Second Gnmo Will ho a Hot One
rinj-ed To-morrow n't Ynto Field.
To-morrow afternoon on the 'var
slty diamond at the Yale field tho
newspaper team and the nine from the
police department will meet In the
second game of a series of three. A
the blue coats, ran off with the flMt
struggle In a peculiarly foxy manner,
rumor has It that the serines, being a
little peeved, will enter the contest
prepared to give out a good beating to
tholr brothers on Court street. -The
minions of the law have played excel
lent hall, however, and are very confi
dent that they can duplicate their
vlotory of three weeks ago.
The dope points to a red hot session
and the followers on each team will
be on hand at 2 o'clock to encourage
the men. Following Is the line-up:
Newspaper Men Brastow p, O'Neil
0, Halffht lb, Barnett 2b, Parsons ss,
Shea 3b, Barry If, Donahue or, Gillette
or Fryer rf.
Police Carroll ss, McCormack cf,
Sullivan If, Lyons 3b, Doherty 2b,
Tralnor 2b, Lautenbach lb, Dermody
p, McDermott c, Connolly rf.
Athletics Take New York Into
Camp by Playing Ganlo
Every Minute. ; I
Detroit Brats Buffalo, While Boston
Wins Close Contest from Wor
center Aggregation.
. Diamond Chippings.
Cheer jip New Haveners! Hartford
lost nine straight games, and Is sti'.l
very much In the running!
Perhaps things will change to-day at
St. Louis 41
Cleveland 89
Detroit 89
Chicago 88
l'hllndulphla 85
Huston 81
New York 27
Washington ,.t 26
Detroit at New York.
Chicago at Washington.
Cleveland at hoslon.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
L. ; , P.O.
29 ;Mt
29 ' :573
80 .663
32 .64:1
82 .623
89 . .443
-42 .8911
42 .3S
' ' ' - "t
Philadelphia, July 6. Philadelphia,
beat New York' to-day, . by making
every hit count and by taking advant
age of the visitors'
scoro: -Now
ab r
Nlles, 2 b 6
Ball, ss f. . . . 4
Keeler, rf. . t 4
Morarlty, If 4
Hemphill, cf. , . . . 4
Stahl. lb 4
Conroy, 3b.
Klelnow, c.
Orth, p ..3
Hogg, p 0
Lake 1
mlsplays. The
bh po
0 2
2 , 1
Following Is what Sid Challenger has
to say about last week's record: .
The week ending with the great mid
summer holiday was marked ny a
slaughter of batting averages and a
triumph for the salivated curve serv
ers throughout the Connecticut league
circuit. No less than six stickers re
tired from the special mention class,
and but three, Including two who have
been In only a few games, conje In
to repair the heavy loss. It was Indeed
a week of twirling dominance, made
all the more notable by some of the
most accurate fielding ever put In by
Connecticut league clubs in one six-day
Section of the championship battle.
Just lis runs wus me sum total 01
base path 'traveling from home plate
to home plate, an average of less than
flftaen for each team. New Haven led
with eighteen, while Merlden' registered
but four In the tour games played.
Bridgeport and Holyoke each scored
sixteen, while Springfield won five
games by scoring Just fourteen, three
1 to 0 games in succession, msKing a
notable contribution to pitcher efTlcleh
cy. New Britain scored fourteen, Wa
terbury fifteen ana Hnrirora eleven.
The fielding that assisted the piichtrs
in keeping down the runs was marKea
by but seventy-nine errors, or an av
erage of about ten to each club, less.
than two to a game. Bofiel or Mermen
and Nichols of Waterbury were the on
ly batters In tho list last weeK to ma
terially Improve their average,
O'Rourke Is still a real leader, al
though ntcher Nods of Bridgeport has
a higher average for a few games play
ed. Captain O' Hagan of Waterburj Is
another of the newcomers, but he has
only been at It a short while. Tiros
who tell victims to conrusmg curves
were Ladd of Bridgeport, PU-ls of New
London, Btanknrdi of Ppilngfleld,
Schmidt of Holyoke, Pndrn of New
Britain and Accorslnl of Merlden.
Marked Is the, tumble In the team Bat
ting, only two teams, New Britain and
Waterbury, escaping tha general
slaughter, and that Is due more to their
lower previous records than anything
notable Inst week. The leoders all lost
heavily In points, New Haven more
than Bridgeport, which now steps to
the front ngsln. Hartford lost the
most points nnd yet showed a recovery
from the losing slump, thanks to clover
pitching and grand fielding.
Every team in the league made nota
ble gnlns In fielding averages, but
Merlden, and that organization .stood
pat. New Brltntn nnd Bridgeport added
onch four points, Springfield was goad
for three more. Waterbury bettered
things by two, and Hartford, Holyoke
and New Haven gatnea one. ,
.......36 S
0 0
I 24 10
. ab
Hartzol, If. 3
Nichols, 2b. ...... 4
Davis, lb 2
Murphy, rf. 3
. Zamlock. who was signed by Hart
ford, has been playing with the Rock
vllle team during the week. If he's a
heavy batsman some of the fans would
like to see htm in action ncre.
Pitcher Lavender of Holyoke has
practically recovered from his recent
indisposition, and will work regularly
with the team. .
J. Collins, Sb.
Oldrlng, set. .
E. Collins, ss.
Powers, c.
Smith, c
Vlckers, p. . .
Coombs, p. ..
Seybold ........ 0
bh po
0 S
2 0
1 12
,1 i
0, 1
1 2
0 ;
' 0' '
1 '
' o;-'.
' i
Totals 29 6 6 27 13 i
Batted for Hogg In ninth. ,i
Batted for Vlckers In sixth. V '
Score by Innings: , , -- 1
New York:....0 1 0 1 0 8 0 0 05
Philadelphia . 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 6 1
Two-fiase hit, Conroy; hits, oft Vlck-, j
ers 7 In 6 innings, off Coombs 1 ,ln 3 .
Innings, off Orth 4 in 5 1-3 Innings,' oft ',
Hogg 2 In 2 2-3 Innings; sacitflce hits,
Klelnow, Davis, Murphy; stolen bases,'
Keeler, Klelnow, Stahl, Nichols: left 1
on bases, New York 5, Philadelphia 4S
first base on balls, off Orth ,2, : off
Hogg 1 ; first base on errors. New York:
3, Philadelphia 2; struck olt, by Orth,
3, by Coombs 3, by Hogg 'I; time, 2 :
hours; umpires,' ' O'Lougiijln and
Egan. , ' A ' '" -"' .
j' , :
, At Buffalo Buffalo (Kastern)': 1 2t
Detroit (American) 4. ' . f ,;
At Worcester, Mass. Boston (Am
erican) 7, Worcester (N. E.) 6.
. Twenty-five women lay delegates aU
tended th General Methodist Episcopal
conference In Baltimore. All worked
like beavers to Induce the conferenoe to
declare tn favor of licensing women at
preachers, as several other denomlna
tlons have done, For some time womentl
have preached as evangelists In the pul
nlts of the church, nnd the women del
egates declared that the time Jhajj
come lor ino conierento 10 mno ucuuiii
in the matter. They submitted several
memorials and saw to It that they were
properly considered, but the conference
adjourned without taking any action.,
Instead of giving up the women are)
working harder than ever and declare)
their Intention to stick at It until their
point Is gained.
Hobe Ferris, the old Connnecticut
lenguer, Is playing a great game at
third for the St. Louis Americans.
Society Note Jimmy Bertwhlstle has
cut a lot of little round holes In the
roof of his cap. His hend now looks
like the top of a salt cellar. Eddie
Swlck Is getting the eyes of the ladles
with his black and white Jersey.
With the teams all so nearly equal as
at present In the Connecticut league
there Is likely to be a spurt by any one
at ny time, end a slump by some other.
Thnt will add to the Interest from now
on. Bill Hnnna Is pleased with his New
Britain team. "We are going fine now."
ho said, 'and expect to clean up gome
games this week. All tho boys are
hitting the ball and the pitchers are
right up to snuff. I have another Cu
ban on the way. This chap Is a short
stop, and Is said to be a. wonder. He
has already left Cuba on his way to
this league."
Springfield Is playing wonderful base
ball Just now with the pitchers working
perfectly, the most Important? thing- aft
er all.
All Mnnngcrs of Teams Requested at
Gathering on East Shore.
A meeting of the captains and mana
gers of the baseball clubs composing
the City league will be held at
tho Lighthouse Point hotel this
evening at which plans will probably
be discussed for playing some of their
games 'nt the, Lighthouse Point
grounds. It Is desired that all the
managers of city league clubs will at
tend this ' session, as matters of gen
eral Interest to amateur players and
promoters of the city are to be tak
en up.
Marsans has no superior and mighty
few equals as nn outfielder In thlB
league. His batting Is most consistent,
nnd the way ha places himself for the
batters la a lesson for every other out
fielder in the league.
Montclair, N. J.,, July 6. Successful
In their efforts to keep dogs fromt
barking at night, or from biting peo
ple, the town council has now taken
up the matter of compelling owners of
automobiles not to "toot theTr horns"
while passing through this plate lata
at night. The matter has been brought
to the attention of tne council by
Councilman Charles ' H. Hartshorne,
who Is also the author of the now fam
ous "Dog Ordinance,"
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T. 1)111.
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Town cars, Tc
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if, W, smith, prop,
'phone 3584-8.
agent; 16L'
442 btutM ot. lJhU)ie 3476.
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Temple Bt. .
Phone 8508 White
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Odessa, July 6. The wheat crop this
year Is so bad, being from 25 to 60 per
cent, below the average, that represent
atives here of American agricultural
machinery manufacturers are counter
manding orders. Grain dealers predict
a famln6, ,
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Hro-ndway; 'phone .8415. IL
jfi. uoolatie, Mr.
t Wholesale" and It
tall), Henry HortoiL
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