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SUNDAY, AVML i - ;;- -r - Spring Suits and Top Coats that'll make us friends as well .as dollars, $7.50 all along to $22.50. i Young men's Nobby Suits, some with peaked lapels, some with cuffs, some with new yokes, some with vents on sides, sizes i 115 to 19, $7-5, $10, $12.50. ; We show the biggest line of Woolens in Detroit .Suits and i ,Top Coats to order, $15, $40. and between. Cloth by the yard, too. 5r 33-36 MSCHI8AN AVE. BASEBALL OUTFITS Nothinff la'ckine that's required to play the great national game. The American and National Leagues and the best amateur nines in the country use the makes we sell. SpaldingV-Reach's-Chicajjo Sporiinjs Goods Co. Men's & Bovs' Finger Mitts.ISc to T5c Catchers' Mitts 15c to $0.00 Fielders' Mitts 30c to SS.uO Chest Protectors 50c to $7.50 Baseballs 5c to 1.50 Ttts : 5c to 1.00 Masks 25c to $3.25 Bags for 1. 3. or 6 bats. ...50c to $3.50Belts 25c up Shoe plates, umpires muu-aiuis, au"c -un.-. Spalding's and Reach's Baseball Rules, 10c. Baseball Suits Made to Order If vou are getting up a team, come in and let us figure on the complete outfit. We are sure to save you money. - Pardridge & The People's Store. 1 jBM 9pB0 I B a m m am A. m IIIB Eta K 1 CQPi 4Kk suits ana uvtKUUAis HOWLAMD & UhLIKI Over Gourlay's. I 'liiiini iiiii iiiim fn inmmmmmmMUE' iiimi icycles and Tires COME TO US FOR BARGAINS. verybody knows that we sell good tires for less money than anywhere r enrth. Detroit Cycle 239 Jefferson. E. B.. FINCH & CO. desire to discontinue their Bicycle Department and offer their stock of BICYCLES at AUCTION Including Columbias, Buffalo Kings, Barnes, etc. All late models arid guaranteed by the manufacturers. Sales on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 29 and 30, at 10, 2 and 8 o'clock. 202 WOODWARD AVENUE. THE TRAP. H. Guthard Won Mark Trophy. There was a big attendance at the regular shoot of the Pastime Gun Club, and in spite of the high wind which prevailed, the scores were verv good. The Marks trophy, the seventh event on the programme, was won by H. Guthard. Wolf and Springborn tied for toe class A medal. Guthard was tirst in class B, Klein was high man In class C. and Whltemorc was Ssft In class D. Scores: No. of targets. lC?T 10 10 10 10 25 25 Klein I l Hannebauer i 6 .. 5 6 i i lj. Whitemore 7 6 8 6 .... 17 1. Huppenau 5 5 .'. 8 6 i 20 18 H. Guthard 6 8 .. 7 .. 9 22 22 Tolsroa 7 9 9 7 .. 19 .22 Knarr 9 8 6 7 S 10 IS Springborn 7 5 8 S 7 17 22 Hart 7 .. .. S 20 IS Husber 8 7 9 9 7 19 20 Black S 7 7 7 19 17 Clark ' jj Cox 8 9 7 17 21 Weber 3 3 10 10 Olfs 3 12 Marks 9 10 8 21 18 3. Cbapman 8 .. 7 .. .. S 17 21 A; Chapman 4 ' 1 Wolf 8 S IS 22 North 6 .. 5 15 17 Freda 7 " 7 -J S - Bauerle ; - Welso S " Pee 5 H. Shratx 5 .. 4 .. .. .. .. V. Shratz - 3 Matt -. , 8 .. . .. .. - Sbaeberle " Wilfcchedtcr Beat Wullcenllle Asnin. The second of the series of team matches between the Walkerville Gun Club and the Winchester Gun Club of, Detroit was shot ''at the Walkeryllle club grounds yesterday afternoon and resulted in another victory lor the Winchester Gun Club. The scores were as follows: Walkerville A. Rcid 17, Just Clothes Nothing else, and we make that a study. Think of nothing else during the day and dream of it at night. But we're well rewarded for the efforts our success shows that. CLOTH ES To Order and Ready to Wear Pins Pong Sets $(.50 $2.00 1 $ .50 $3.50 $4.UJ $4.w $5 $6 $7 Blackwc Majestic Building. and Repair Co., j& Near Randolph. Wear 17. T. Rcid 13. Swift 12. Cady 10: total 71. Winchester Gun Club Toisma 17. Brodle 16, Guthard 15. Shlell 15, Lewis 12; total 75. The final match will be shot at the Winchester Gun Club grounds next Saturday, and promises to bo a very interesting event. Dropivcd the Name of Remingrton. The Remington Gun club will be known hereafter as the Fletclier club, the change in the name being agreed upon by the members yesterday. At the reirular shoot -yesterday. Langdon wim the c.ub sboot, by breaking 20 s-tralgnt. scores: No. of targets... 10 10 10 10 10 10 .. 20 I.ar.gdon 0 S 9 9 .. 7 5 20 F. Tyler 6 S 4 Voorhls 3 .. .' A. G. Tyler S 6 .. 8 .... 16 Vard 2 .. .. 4 Campbell 3 Powell S H. Tyler 4 2 6 .. 4 .. .. Porritt S G 4 6 4 12 THE WHEEL. Walthonr Will Stnrt Riding in a Kew Days. :Eobbie" Walthour, considered by many to be the peer of all cyclo racers behind motor tandems, will go from his home in Atlanta' In a few days to start on the racing circuit that has been laid out for him by Manager Field. Itepoits from Atlanta state that the star rider is traveling fastjr than ever before and should make isrcat inroads on .nis own worm s records .lust as scon as lie is pitted against men -of sfootf caliber. Walthour now weighs 145 pounds, and when In New York recently declared ho was fit for a hard season's campaign. Last year the' biomlo southerner won enough money to buy a handsome residence In Atlanta, and with two children and a contented : wife to encouraco htm. expects, to do even better this yoar. "Bobbie" holds the world's record of 37.17 for twenty-flvo miles, and has tho enviable reputation of .holding track records on evory oval ..where , he ap-pearedilast year. . ;-. ft W L.f '2, J MAUTNER STILL ON THE TRAIL FORT WAYNE ' MANAGER TRIED TO HAVE MULLIN ARRESTED. PITCHER SECRETLY SENT TO ST. LOUIS AND PLAN FRUSTRATED. JOSS PITCHED A WONDERFUL- GAME AT ST. LOUIS YESTERDAY. TO-DAY'S GAMES. Detroit at St. Louis. Cleveland at Chicago. STANDING. Per Per Won. Lost. ct. Won. Lost. ct. Wash'n. 3 1 .750 Detroit.. 1 1 .500 St. L'is. 2 2 . 500 Chicago. 1 1 .500 Baltim'e 3 2 . 506 Boston.. 2 3 .400 Cleve... 2 2 .'500. Phila.... 1 2 .333 Chicago, III., April 28.-(Special.)-When Pitcher George Mullin quit Chicago to-day he did so very hurriedly. He tarried not to pack his baggage. His appearance when' he boarded the train was one to suggest PITCHER MTJIXIIT, Young Man Who Is "Wanted" by Fort Wayne. that he was being initiated into a Greek letter society, one side of his face being shaved clean, the other wearing two days' growth of beard and the whole countenance showing extreme pallor. All this was because George was enacting the stellar role in the drama of "Hunted Down" with Detective Sergeants Joseph T. Barry and Dennis J. Mackey, of the central office, in the heavy roles. Light comedy work was contributed by Billy May, John Sullivan and various Detroit players. A Mr. Mautner. of Fort Wayne, is making good his threat to trouble Mullin. On information from : ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS I ON Pages 6, 7 lO, Part One-3, Part Two re Indiana, Detective Mackey had sworn out a warrant for the arrest of Mullin as a fugitive from justice, the allegation being that the pitcher is wanted in Indiana for receiving the sum of $25 on false pretenses, the date of al-, .1 ..a, - n.lmln'il nn In Tn- diana. being given as November u. lnis is ine cay on wuwu wxut.i serts that Mullin signed with him and marie affidavit that he was signed with no other club. May Gave Officers Wrong Steer. detective Barry anneared at the ho tel at 10:30 this morning with the pa pers. He approached Dick Harley, Billy May and Jimmie Casey, and asked if Mullin was about. Casey started to look the player up, but May, who suspected something, caiiea mm to one side and tipped him. Casey then gave up the search, and while . . the. Irstotivea Were bandying words, Jack Cronin. Miillin s roommate, went, up oiau. iuum t ut nri iatilv transferred him to another floor. Mullin was shav ing when round, out was u khhc-when told what was coming off that ... - ,.1 nnmr,lnc tVlP Iflh. The IIP ULIUIU tui",".. v.. j detective had been turned over to Dwycr who took tne maner wu v-u..-sideration. and began wiring Detroit tn.M,,n,..r,c ATonntime ATnv and Sullivan secured the transportation to . . . i,ntn r,f frho hntf.1 by the ladies' entrance and landed him CBACH DETROIT, - -.S-'Si, I ' Beginning in top ro at the;efi: WTooIe's BOard of Athletic Control; K McDonaid;; center ieid; tt ond row:-Kehnedy second base; iHifonald M.;,? .J-t Sullivan, rlffht field. Bottom row. Linskey, catcher, Kronner, left field, "Ducky" Holmes, coach; -Breen, sib. aboard the 11 a. m. train, just, as it was-pulling out. Barry., who did not know Mullin, was powerless to proceed after the nature of his mission was discovered. Mullin will probably have to face the music at some time, but it wa not thought wise to leave him do it alone in Chicago. He can be taken on new papers in St. Louis or in Detroit. The effort will be made to force Mautner to serve a fugitive warrant in the latter city, where the proceedings can be more easily defended. If requisition papers are granted, the Detroit club will defend the original case in the Indiana courts. It is admitted that Mullin had acted worse than unwisely, but it is held that there was no deceit, necessary ground for the action, as Mautner knew Mullin had signed with and received advance from both Detroit and Brooklyn. 'Regardless of Mullin's conduct, Detroit's claim on him is indisputable. Mautner himself has no baseball club. Rain Prevented Game in Chicago. There was no game here to-day, owing to rain that continued all through the forenoon. Comiskey refused to call the came off early, and thus allow Detroit to go to St. Louis this afternoon, though it was apparent that play would be lmpossiDie. xne team left tb-nitrht on the 11:30 train. due in St. Louis at 8:04 a. m: A series of four games will be opened on Sunday. The two daysenforced lay-off has done the boys no good, and may affect their work somewhat in the first game or two. JOB S. JACKSON. Senator Ontbnttcd Plymouth Rocks. Washington, April 28. To-day's game between Washington and Boston was a slugging match In which Washington did the better work. Score: WASHINGTON. ASHOAE AB H O A E Ryan, r.. -1 1 2 0 0 Parent, s 4 0 1 5 0 Keis'r, m 5 3 2 0 0 Stahl, m. 4 0 1 0 o Wolv'n, 3 4 0 1 0 0 Collins, 3 5 3 1 4 0 Del'tv, 1. 4 3 3 0 0 Free'n, r 5 2 3 1 0 Conc'n. 2 5 1 1 3 0 Hlck'n. 1 5 3 3 0 2 Carey, 1.. 3 0 9 1 0 Lach'e. 1. 5 1 11 0 0 Elv. ....- 3 3 7 0 Ferris, 2.-4 1.3 .8 u. Drill, c. 2 0 5 0 0 Crlger. c 3 0 1 1 0 Lee, p.... 4 3 1 0 0 Dlneen, p 0 0 0 0 0 ijem r, p. i j u u i Totals. 33 1 27 11 0 BOSTON. Totals .39 12 24 19 3 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 S 7 S 9 Washington .'.4 2 0 0 0 H I 3 -! Boston 0 0 0 2 5 0 2 1 0-7 'Runs Ryan 2, Keister 3. De'.ahunty 2.' OouEhlin.2. Carey, Ely. Drill 2. Lee 213; Stahl. Collins, 'Freeman 2, Hickman, La-chanct?, Ferris 7. Two-base hits Dclahanty 2, Ryan, Ely. Hickman. Demlnger, Freeman. Three-base hits Lee. Collins, Hickman. Ilemlncer. Freeman. Ferris. La- chance 2. ' Bases on balls Off Leo 2. off Demlnger 7. . Hit by pitched ball Drli:. Stahl. Struck out-By Lee 5, by Demlnger 1 Left on bases Washington 5. Boston . Wild pitch Demlnger 1. Time 1:50. Umpire arieriean. Attendance s.uyu. But One Hit Off Jo. St. Louis, April 26. One hit of the scratch variety was all St. Louis could make off .loss whn nitched his first game for Cleve land to-day. The St. Louis team was shut out, but Sudhoff's effectiveness prevented a larger score, bcore: ST. LOUIS. CLEVELAND. AB H O A E AB H O A E Burk't, 1 4 12 0 1 Pl'k'g, m3 13 0 0 H'd'k, m 4 0 2 0 0 M'C'tHy, 1. 3 3 2 0 Jones, r. 2 0 1 0 0 M'C'y. 1. 3 2 2 0 0 And'n, 1 4 0 7 1 0 H'rvey, r 3 0 2 0 0 Wall'e, s 4 0 3 1 1 Schr'k, 1 4 2 11 0 0 Pad'n, 2. 3 0 2 1 0 Bon'er, 2 2 0 0 1 0 M'Co'k, 3 2 0 1 3 1 Tho'y, 2 2 0 2 2 0 Do nue, cju( i u Boiy, iuiu S'dh'ff. D 2 0 1 2 0 Goch'r. s3 0 1 2 1 Bemis, c 3 2 5 1 0 Joss, p.. 4 1 0 3 0 Totals 27 ' 12G 11 3 Totals 31 8 27 11 1 Harvey out on third bunt. Tnniners 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Cleveland o u o o u u 3 u u a Runs Schrcck, Gochnauer, Bemis. Two-base hit Joss. Sacrifice hits Donohuc. McCarthy, Harvey. Stolen base Jones. Double plays Gochnaur and Schreck; D.on-ohue, McCorniick aod Anderson. Hit by pitcher By Sudhoff: Bemis. Left on bases St. Louis 5, Cleveland 5. Struck out-By Joss 5. by Sudhoff 6. Bases on balls-Oft Sudhoff 2. off Joss 4. Passed balls-DoncJhue, B;mls. Umpire Carruthers. Time 1:50. Attendance 3,500. Orioles Won From Athletics. Baltimore, April 26. Th5 home team won to-day by sharp playing, Howell doing perhaps the best work. A heavy wind made I', unpleasant for both players and spectators and doubled the work of tho pitchers. Score: BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA. AB II O A E AB II O A E Gllb't, s. 3 0 3 3 0 Harfl, 1 2 0 3 0 0 Sh'k'd, m 3 2 0 0 0 Fultz, 2. 4 0 2 0 0 Kelley, 3 4 2 3 4 1 Davis, 1. 4 0 6 1 0 Se'm'r r 4 0 1 0 0 L. C's. 3 4 1 3 2 1 Willi's, 2 4 2 1 2 0 Flick, r. 3 0 1 0 0 Selb'h 1. 4 2 1 0 0 Sey'd. m 4 1 1 0 0 McG'n, 13 0 13 1 0 M. C's, s 4 1 3 2 1 Rob'n. c. 4 1 4 1 0 Steel'n. ,c 3 1 4 2 0 How'l. p. 3 1 1 4 0 Dug'y,- p 3 0 1 7 1 Totals 32 10 27 15 1 Totals 31 4 24 14 3 Innings 12345G7S9 Baltimore 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 -6 Philadelphia 1 0010000 0-2 Runs Sheckanl 2, Kelley, Williams 2. McGann 6; Hartsel, Flick 2. Sacrifice hit Gilbert. Two-base hits Sclbacih, Kelley Steelman. Three-base hit Robinson. Stolen bases Sbeckard, Seymour, Flick 2. McGann Davis. Bases on balls Off Dug-gleby 2 off Howell 2. Hit by pitched balls Flick 2. Struck out By Duggleby 3, by Howell 3. Left on bases Baltimore 5, Philadelphia 5. Time 1:45. Umpire O'Laughlin. Attondance 3,910. LEEVER WAS AN ENIGMA PITTSBURG TWIRLER COMPLETELT FOOLED SSLEE'S COLTS. NEW TORK HAD LITTLE TROUBLE DEFEATING THE .BROOKLTNS. BOSTON CARRIED OFF HONORS IN QUAKER CITY YESTERDAY. TO-DAY'S GAMES. St. Loois at Cincinnati. Plttbnrs at CMcago. STANDING. W. L. PC. " W.' Ij. PC. Chicago 6 2 .750 Boston 5- 5 .a00 Pittsburg... 6 2 . 750 New York..-4 5 .444 Phlladelp'ia 5 4 . 550 Cincinnati.. 3 6 .333 Brooklyn.... 5 5 . 500 St. Louis... 1 6'. 143 Pittsburg, Pa., April 20. Chicago failed to get a man beyond second base until the' ninth inning, when an error put Lynch on third. Leever had the visitors at his mercy throughout, while Rhodes gave nine hits In the first two innings. Score: PITTSBURG. . CHICAGO. AB H O A E AB H O A E Davis, r..4 3 1 0 0 Lyn'h, m.3 0 2 0 .0 Clarice, .. 3 2 2 0 0 Mnler. 1..4 0 1 0 0 Beau't. m.4 2 2 1 0 Dexter, 3.4 12 0 1 W'gn'r, s.4 1 2 4 0 Cohg'n, r.4 0 2 1 0 Br'fi'd, 1.4 1 13 0 0 King, C...3 14 2 0 rtit'h'y, 2.4 0 1 1 1 Lowe. 2.. .3 0 2 5 0 Leach, 3.. 3 1 0 5 1 O'Ha'n. 1.3 O S 10 Zlm'er, c.3 0 8 1 0 Tinker, 8.3 1 3 3 3 Leever, p.4 1 0 2 0 Rh'des, p.3 0 0 1 1 TotaIs..33 11 27 14 2' Totals.. 30 3 24 13 5 Innings 1 23456789 Pittsburg 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 '' Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Runs Davis 2, Clarke 2, Brarisfleld, Leach, Leever 7. "Two-.base hits Davis, Clarke, Dexter. Stolen bases Davis, 'Leach. Double plays Beaumont, Wagner and Zim-mer; Lowe. Tinker-and O'Hagnn. Bases on bulls Oft Leever 1, olt Rhodes 2. . Bit by pltchod ball Zlmmer. . Struck out By Leever 3, by Rhodes 3. Passed balls King 2. Time 1:35. Umpire Cantl'.lonJ Attendance 11,750. BnttiiiK Matinee nt PhiladcIpIiJn. .Philadelphia. April 26. Heavy" hitting by both clubs was the feature ,of to-day's game between Boston and Philadelphia. Iberg and Pittlnger were forced by the bombardment to retire, and' Miillarky.. who was substituted by Boston, wag more effective than Voorhees, who took- Iberg's place; . Jacklltsch was injured in sliding' to second base and could . not continue. Score BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. AB H O A E AB H O A E Cooley.m 6 4 3 o 0 Tho'as.m-2 10 1 0 Tenney.l 4 2 10 1 1 Barry. r.: 6 3 2 0 0 Demont,2 5 1 0 2 0 Brown.l.. 5 2 10 0 Court'y.l 6 3 0 0 0 Dougias.l 5 1 15 2 0 Carney.r 5 4 2 1 0 Jackl'h.c 1 0 2 0 0' Grem'ir,3 5 4 1 0 0 Dooin.c.'. 4 2 2 2 1 Long,.".. 5 16 4 1 Hulsw't.s 3 10 4 1 Moran.c. 4 2 5 1 0 Hallm'n.J 4. 2. 2 3 0 Pittln'r.p 4 0 0 2 0 Chllds,2. . S 0. i- 4 0 Muiar'y.p 10 0 10 Iberg.p.. 1 ;0 0 v0 0 Voor'es.p 4 1 1 "'2 1 Maher.... 1 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 45 21 27 12 2 Totals.. 38 13 2 IS 3 Batted for Voorhees in the ninth. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Boston 2 0 171 01 0. 1-13 Philadelphia 0 0 1 0.2 2:4 0 0-9 Runs Cooley 4, Tenney, Demont 2. -Courtney Carney 2. Gremlnger, Long, Moron 13' Thomas, Barry 2, Brown, Douglas, Dooln 2, Hulswltt, HalimahS. Two-base hits Demont. Courtney, .Long, Dooln 2; Hulswltt, Hallman. Three-base Jilts Tenney, Moran, Barry. Sacrifice hits Tenney 2. Stolen bases Cooley 3. Demont. ' Carney 3. Double plays Long and Tenney 2; Carney and Tenney; Douglas (unassisted): Ba'es on balls Off Pittlnger 4, off Mul-larkey 3, off Ibert 1. Hit by pitched-ball Moran. Struck out By Mullarky 2. by Iberg 3. Passed ball Moran. Wild pitches Voorhees 2. Time 2:05. Umpire Brown: Attendance 4,145. New York, 4j Brooklyn, 1. New York, April 26. The second game of the series between the Brooklyn and New York baseball teams was played to-day at the Poio grounds, and New York won by a (core of 4 to 1. Score: BROOKLYN. NEW YORK. AB H O A E AB H O A E Keeler.r. 4 0 10 1 Haltren.r 4 12 0 0 Dolan.m. 4 0 10 1 Brodie,m 3 0 10 0 McCr'y.l 118 10 Lauder,3 4 1110 Dahlen.s. 3 0 1 5 2 Doyle.l... 4 2 10- 0 0 FIood,2.. 3 1 4 2 0 Smith.2.. 4 2 3 5 0 Hlld'nd.l 4 12 1 0' Jackson, 1 4 0 0 0 1 Irwin, 3... 2 12 10 Dunn.s... 3 0 4 1 0 Ahearn.c 3 1 5 0 0 Bower n.c 3 0 6 2 0 Kltson.p 3 0 0 3 0 -Sparks, p. 1 0 0 2. 1 Totals.. 31 5 24 13 3 Totals.. 30 6 27 11 2 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0. 0 1 0 01 New York 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 Runs Van Haltren, Lander. Doyle; Smith 4- Irwin 1. Two-base hit Lauder. Three-base hit Brodle. Stolen bases Lauder, smith Fln.vl. Irwin. Double play Dahlen. McCre'ery and Irwin. First base on errors New York 3, lirooKiyn i. jij,cs on oan---Off Snarks 4. off Kltson 2. Left on bases New York 5. Brooklyn 9. Hit by pitched bans -Rv Snarks 2. Struck out By Sparks 5, by Kltson 3. Wild' pitch Kitson.- Time 1:40. trapiie y ubj- iHiauLu Bron Ployed Like Amateiirs. Cincinnati, April 26. The Cincinnati team won to-day through hard and timely hitting, together with a comedy o errors on the part of St. Louis. ' The latter team could do nothing with Helsman until the eighth inning, when he let down, havlne an easy lead on the St. Louis team. Score: CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. AR H O A B AB H O A E Hoy.m.... 6 3 1 0 0 Farrell,2. 5 2 4 3 4 Dobhs.l... a z z o ionov n,r j u & u. i Beckley.l r. 4 11 1 1 Smoot.m. 4 110 .0 Crawf'd.r 4 1 0 0 0 Barclay.l 4 10 0 0 Beck.2.... 5 3 2 6 0 Krugcr.s. 4 2 2 4 3 norc'r'n.s 3 I) 3 3 J) H'itm'n.3 4 2 0 1 0 St'n'dt,3. 5 2 5 2 0 H'z'lton.l 4 0 12 2 1 fV Mai -Sarnies and Mall orders delivared MICHIGAN n . fit-it f;junMBfiBMHxBVieAf irutltsv : jts. m 1 -w jz4tii'vnsriS!jt4' ON DRAUGHT AT AtL READING BARS, Phone m .CYCLES Maiuley Bros,, . 172 WOODWAftD AVE. Ttprsen c 5 2 S- 1 0 Nichols.o 4 2 1 3 1 O'Neill.. 10 0 o o , Totals. 4J-17 27 18 1 Totals.. 36 10 24 17.10 Batted' for 'Yerkes in tbe iifth.- Inn'lnes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - St.,Lonls ...........O 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0-J B.ins-H6y 2. Dobhs, Beckley 2, Crawtorf 2 - Beck' 2 , CoVoOran, Steinteldt. Bergen 2, Haisman-lt: DonoTan. Smoot, Barclay, K?ur4. Two-base hlts-Farroll Smooti H&rtman. Home run -Dobb Beckley. Double plays-r Nichols and Haitelton; Adams and Hazel-ton; Beck, Gorcoran and Beckley Bases on biHs-Otr Warns 3. off Helsman 1. Hit by itched bali-By: Adams 1, by Hetema" L Struck out-Bir, Helsman 2. Time-1:50. Utfl-plre-Erhslle. ' attendance 1.400. TaUe Spalding Case Out of Court. New -York, ..April 26.-The Isgal war fcoi twecn -Andlrew' Frecdman and Albert O'. Soaldlne" -for control ot the National Bnamins 'W hroiieht to an end to-day when by consent of all, the parties justice: Glegcrlch, in the Supreme Court lhade -an order permitting, the als- ' cult tnf an Iniunction hrou'snt by- Freedman against SpaldinK and His adiherents: ins vumnui. " ,, Yi tlnutcnt-'e of ' the 6uit was signed by all tha lawyers engaged" in the litigation. ; .. THE AUTO. Wlii Have a Racers Ready at Same ', Time. . Both " Tom ' Cooper and John Ford will Movi,'t!h.'tr.rfr.-rin!r autos ready by the mid.- dii of nsxt ;mj)nth, work on the now raa-chinos luwitlsr. already began. Coopers en- reach jfcetron ;this week, and Torn says it will only .be : 4 short time before bis "streak'' will ' be .ready. Ford s machine will: have a' opiaponnd- engine of 6o horae. power' and" anbuld be a fast one. It 1 likely thaf:,a,-8Woepstake race will be a?.. fahcel-for, bni6 time in Juno, .in which the. fastvmachlncs of the city will take part.' ' . s . -'Tim REVOLVER. ' . . 5liilV;sErBWf"CoppcrB Won Affttia. :-?he ptstpl;slipts of the Hunt Street' station seem to be; th' whole thing when it cornea ;to''ii!ttinghe 'buil's-eyc, as yesterday the conpers:-tdbk Jths Scotten nvenue men Into csSp: ho'"ffire nt the close- being 200 to ierT-'THa follows: 'V--':' -' fla;;5Sa.V3d. lst,2d. 3d.;,i- Erhard, . -' if -5 S"25 Marq'rdt 8 13 12-r3S Carney- lS 'lS" Bowden. 11 lt-rHt- Sn&W-" H-7' ?TOst. 0 12 8-3 S-i'.-SC on. rS ISBB Tllden :. . 4 li R 2S Aii-'.i -Vi.t.i'i'..M" Orahd total.... i.vl(l7 ' Thiir is' &?Brt.of the series betweea the: IriSvtch l local police . Hebt tofeW handsome Peters cup. !!3Je SoiSl ior cup commences on May 12 UM3L off the orlhw..t coast of ciaa. Htere av d woman weave tho cloth i the me prtmive m. er, d it is then shipped to British mill. o h. finished. i..i.nritlsr aa flns clothe as' that the hygienic aUamerortH0 aTmoaphere of H.rriB l.Saivea wool its fleoaHtsr. dhe woh life of the sheep Jits it the .trenath which m.ttee the manufactured goods so donOM. PsUITS $15 5 TOPCOATS i ai memen.na is limited and I M BQODiy OI mm-mmm- ; usually bargained for by a few large mills, and so the genuine titled "name much expense with most all tailors. We have them, and have mem in aounuance. we rfetthem direct and give them direct at their proper n. orice of their eKclusivenese. .elf.mea.urement ea-ipm.t will be sent you for the prepa w HEADQUARXER9, 2I0.282 Woodward Ave.. Detroit 669" for a case to your noose. Cm J . iiiniHiiillSftmnnMlllleWMMlMBBIMr MICHIGAN WON OVER BELOIT GAME AT ANN ARBOB WAS INTERESTING THROUGHOUT. ' SNOW SWATTED THE HORSEHIDB IN HIS OLD-TIME FORM. SCORES OF OTHER BIG GAMES FLAYED IN THE STATE. Ann Arbor, Mich., April 26. (Spe. cial.) Five hundred famv challenged pneumonia tovday by -going out-to-Fer-ry Field to watch the Michigan-Belolt game; and if the exposure proves fatal; those who sacrificed themselves can have the consolation- of knowing that they saw Michigan, win a, game from one of the colleges in the first class. The weather was something ' horrible. It was a mixture of April railfall in Michigan, atmospheric disturbances In Kansas and Klondike temperature. Despite being up against the combination, the two teams played a really brilliant game, and the .score, wabbled so that it lent a great Inter est to the spectators. ' Snow was the real thing with his stick to-day. He swatted: the . ball safely every time' Morey would put them over the rubber - and toe big- Michigan athlete's bat -is. responsible for four of the runs.' The hurricane rnhheii him of a florae run by blowinsr the ' sphere Into foul ground.' Michigan showed marked lrr.proVement :In fast work and her two. dOUDiejpiays-were executed with accuracy. It looks as if the ream orcsented to-da . will go through the season .unchanged. uelolf gatnerea;ir-a ner runs'in two lnnlng3. In thft"-,. third Utley?s bad throw to second 1-t two Belolt men live and some hatttng brought In three runs- In the fourth, Schiappacasse's error gave Belolt a chance and a passed ' ball bv Stripp, and another error by Utley , adlo wed . the : 'BadKers thfi(e,-runs with enly twoigafa: hits; These two were . tb,a only- bad. Innings lies by good batUnerand.base-fjiurinins;, aimougnJ-Merriivs-oaqjjoxow.neipea Contlnnca on Vmwt lO Part 1. "ff-i;iii'-- ii ii i, s ' 1 :oK-Jfua'own;.nWois5tatemj;W Ro. Jl. Every bottle ituaran teed.' i Gray a Worcester's,, a Wooawalrdve ,w em t . i;itilnii loarR of -respect re mains for th old eottatje industry of spinning and weaving is proven by the fact that Homespuns are to be the leading cloths for current season's styles.1- MADE TO ORDER. 'My THE Bock of the Yelar Eagle Roadsters. ana jo.uu Eagle pacers...... VM and $50.00 Express RScers $25'00 Express Roadsters.... $15-00 and $20.00 1901 Ladies' $25.00 Wheels, this week $15.00 Boys', and Girls' Wheels 15- Good Single Tube Tires......... $1'00 Extra Quality, Season's Guarantee. $2.00 Foot Pumps, 25c; Bells, 25c; Looks, 15c. Basement of Bookstore. Ping-Pong, Table Tennis, $1.50 up. Fine Sets, $2.00. BOXING Detroit Light Guard Armory, Under auspices 20th Century A. C. THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY I, THREE STAR BOUTS Biz. Mackey, Findlay. 0., v. 1, r,.fqln M V fit UD : ilf-u. Chicago, reterve. wwia v--.. - time called at 8:30 sharp. Tlcke.s o. at Osburn's cafe, 55 Monroe ave. Brusso, ot Detroit, vs. Jack Hyde, or I lyn, N. Y 150 lbs.; Jimmie Hoy. of land vs. Unknown, at 122 lbs- l -nrlce's-Gallery, cents (no reserve) eral admission, ?1; ringside chairs. !: We make a Specialty o! Pure Wines and Liquors For family and medicinal purposes. Sole controller of CENTURY CLUB RYE Quality the best PrlceJ the lowest. gW.CHAS. BARRETT, 4 caainae aauaru. Phone 1329. AN OPPORTUNITY To obtain over $65,000 on an Imwtsu: ; one dollar. National Bank referem-. . r full, particulars and circulars, addp tacky Mutual Sweepstakes Assoclat. -.-MILTON YOUNG. Mgr., Lexington. W- BiiieiMjcidney; &B adder kWobI$tor.:. mm Cures in j Iq unurs! I ... tinlMlBY ' DISCHAROEsj ?ewai coanterf"'! STE6K m mi - . i. -

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