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TWo-Button Double-Breasted Sack Something new and jaunty for the young I man. In black and white, new brown overplaid and black undrcf-sed worsted. Ready to wear away, $15. Single-breasted Sacks, all the new weaves, correctly styled low as $7.50 high as $22.50. Spring Top Coats, olives, gray, overplaids and invisible stripes, with yokes and without, with cuffs and without, $10, $12.50 and $15. In merchant tailoring, we show as many styles under one roof as you ordinarily find under a half a dozen roofs. Tailor them all in the building. Suits and top coats to order $15, $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25 to $40. Silk or satin linings in those at $25 and over if you don't sav "No." Pants to order "99c aleg" up to $10 for both legs. 32-36 Mich. Ave. kpecialist, 1 the Treatment , Kervou,, f-Jtttl 1. . . .... .1 ,..,. nr. nnnlt- ri.t.n..nrla nf vnnmr and nuouie-;muu n- ,"- t to a premature crave through cany a.,u, or 'later eWses. Chas Anderson was ? ims; b" VV. SA 'X; cvver met I could feel It; friends noiicei It. I became nervous. JW-S gloomy, had no ambition, easily urea. " 'TT i poor circulation, pimples on face, bac ?d drains at night, tired and t,wm"lnfbecame VkloT and 'contracted a blood ajc. I ""f, doctors and medical flrms-all railed",1" I?r5'(,,f hlVter. IF- R'T4 !?"nr en rely cmVd: They are the II Wl l rrffnhi: ,. honest SneclallMB ill the eoumo. - "5 enutatio'n and business iuu iuii iiv unrw. ' - . i nVi fnr nnv case ! npKjr. nf fraud and im10ators. wiu I ,-t-t.- iir"TMiAn t Vi-c a Tn.-VT will not cure. we tako tnat our .a.-,!. Mui-u-.. Wonic We treat ana cure aerrwiw v"1"' w",7itRtion free. Books calfor wSL for Question List for Home Treatment. DRS. KtNNtlM & HtlttW. seiby St., Detroit, MicT... FOR PITTSBURG OPPORTUNE HITTING IN THE SEVENTH WON FOR PIRATES. SELEE'S COLTS SCORED AN EAST VIC-TORT OVEP. CINCINNATI. GIANTS. PHILLIES, . BOSTON AND BROOKLYN DID NOT PLAY. STANDING, W. L. Pc. W. L. Pc. Flushing. 11 2 .S1G Philadel'a 6 7 .102 New York 9 5 .613 Brooklyn.. 5 -9 .357 Chicago... 7 4 .63S Cincinnati i 8 .333 Boston.... 7 6 .538 St. Louis.. 2 10 .107 2 Pittsburg, May 5. Both pitchers were hit hard and often and the game was seesawed up to the seventh, when Pittsburg, with three hits, made three runs. The feature was O'Connor's four hits, scoring five runs. Score: PITTSBURG. ST. IvOUIS. AB H O A E AB H t A E Davis, r. 5 2 2 0 0 Fa'rell, 2 5 113 0 -Clark, 1. 5 2 0 0 0 Do'v'n, r 3 2 1 0 0 Conr'y, s 4 2 1 2 1 Smo'f, m a 1 2 0 0 Wg'r, m 4 2 3 3 V Barc'y. 14 13 0 0 Br'f'd, 14 1 14 0. 0 Kr'ger, s 4 1 4 3 0 Ritc'y, 2 3 0 1 2 0 H'ui'n, 3 3 1 2 3 0 Leach, 3 2 2 0 2 0 Bras'r, 14 1 I I i O'Co'r, c 4 4 6 1 0 Ryan, c. 4 1 2 2 0 Ph'ppl, p 3 ,0 0 t 0 Yerk's, p 0 0 0 0 0 Popp. p. 2 0 0 1 0 J.O'N'l,' 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 15 27 16 1 Totals 33 12 24 12 0 Batted for Popp In the ninth. Innings 1 23456789 Pittsburg 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 1 '9 St. Louis 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 15 Runs Davis 2, Conroy, Wagner 2. Rltchey, Leach 39; Donovan, Barclay, Kruger, Hartman, Ryan 5. Two-base hit Davis. Three-base hits Wagner. Bransfteld, Leach. Sacrifice hits Conroy, Wagner, Bninsfield, Smoot, Hartman, Popp. Double p'.ay Wagner and Ritciiey. Bases on balls Off Popp, 3. Hit by pitched ball By Philllpi, Donovan; by Popp, Phillippl. Struck out By Philllpi 5. Wild pitch Popp. Passed ball O'Connor. Time 1;50. Umpire Ems-lie. Attendance 5,200. ;' Reds Conld Score bnt One Ran, Chicago, May 3. Opportune hitting .and three fast d ouble plays gave Chicago an easy victory to-day. Cincinnati scored once on three bunched hits. . Congalton's FAST WORK BY D. U. S. PREVENTED DETROIT COLLEGE FROM WINNING YESTERDAY'. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL HAD EAST TIME WITH THE CADETS. GREAT STRUGGLE BETWEEN WALK-ERVILLE AND AVON TIGERS. The crack Detroit college baseball team was defeated yesterday by the Detroit university team, in the fastest and prettiest game seen on the D. U. S. grounds this season. Lynch, the star pitcher, was In the box for the college, while Whiting, of the D. U. S., pitched a faultless game. The op posing pitchers were afforded excellent support, . and grand stand plays were numerous. The bunting of the university boys was timely and perfect; In the seventh inning a beautiful throw from left field by Werneken cut off a run at the plate, and In the inning following a long throw to third by Findlayson from deep center stopped a college rally. A neat double in the ninth, when Ford knocked down a hot line hit and fielded it to first, destroved the. college's ennnces of tie- ing the score. The playing of Kennedy at second was also a ieature. ucore: T). TT B DET. COLLEGE. AB H O A E ,AB H O A F Ford s.. 2 0 2 2 0 McD'l, m 4 1 3,0,0 Whlfg. p I 2 1 4 0 Mon'n, s 4 0 0 0 1 Keena, c 4 1 9 1 0 Miller. 3 11110 Kldd, 2.. 3 1 1 2 0 J. S'n, 1-4 2 0 1 0 w,?r'n. l 4 0 s 1 0 Lynch. r 1 1 0 4 1 Colb'n, 1 4 2 7 0 0 O'Ke'e, 1 4 3 12 1 0 J. C'n, r 1 1 1 0 1 Brcen, 1. 4 0 0 0 i Flet'r, 3. 3 0 1 0 2 Ken y, i 4 'J l i -Fln'n, m 3 0 2 1 0 Llns'y, c 3 0 7 2 0 Totals 31 7 27 11 3 Totals 35 S 21 12 4 Innlnirs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 D U. a 1 0 0 1 J 0 0 1 '3 Detroit College 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 Runs-Whiting. Keena. Kldd-3; J. Sullivan. Lvnch 2. Two-base hits Whiting, McDonnell, O'Keefe. Sacrifice hits Ford, Kldd. Werneken. Stolen bases Whiting, Colburn, Finlayson, Keena. Kldd 2, J. Sullivan. First base on balls Off Lynch Ford. Balk Whiting. Left on bases Detroit College 5, D. U. S. 7. Struck out By Whiting 6, by Lvnch 6. Double plays Ford and Col- Hot Weather Spaeialtias in : ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS l j& ON & I t Pages 6, 7 & lO, Part One 3, Part Two. I $10 and $15 Mowlams & Uhlik one-hand catch of a liner from Crawford's bat was a sensational feature. Score: CHICAGO. AB H O A E Millar 1 S 1 a ! Lynch, m 4 0 1 I Dex'r. 3. 3 1 2 C'lton, r 3 Ch'nce, c 3 Lowe. 2.. 4 O'H'n. 1. 4 Tinker, s 4 CINCINNATI. AB H O A E 1 3 1 3 2 11 1 0. 0 Hoy. m.. 4 0 0 Dohbs, 1. 4 4 I B'kley, 1 4 0 0 C'ford, r 4 1 0 Beck. 2.. 4 1 0 Corc'n, s 4 0 0 S'feldt, 3 3 0 Bfrgen. c Ovsr Gouriay's, 153 Woodward Avenue, m OPENING SERIES American League Championship Santos. West End Park. VS. To-day a J 3:00 p. m. IESfaotr mm We make a Specialty of Wines and Liquors For family and medicinal purposes. Sole controller of CENTURY CLUB RYE Quality the best. Trices the lowest W. CHAS. BARRETT, 42 Cadillac Square. Phono 1329. YACHTSMEN TO HAVE FINE TIME INTERLAKE MEET AT THE BAY PROMISES WEILL. CANTON LAWN TRIMMER Everyone who has a lawn needsit. It cuts around trees and flowerbeds, along walks and curbing where the lawn-mower can't. . IT COSTS ONLY $1.50. If your time is worth anything and you have any respect for your back, you will not sheep-shear the lawn again this summer. Push it along, work the 'lever and watch the grass fly. Sent to any address upon receipt of price. Agents wanted and exclusive ter mors given. THE CANTON UUMrANi 5302 E. 4th St Canton, 0. If BJIUH X mm v JOE MEE HONG New Chinese Restaurant 55 Monroe Ave., Upstairs. " Everything first-class; private par lors. Open day ana nlgnt. THE WHEEL Simnr Will Go Back to France Aocord'ng to a rsport from Boston. Co-'U'Mmr. the French rider who has been livwi- mjniinrpmont of Frank Waller. HSp lu.eIluH w SSsswsfoor ha nnt rftacihed the rldlnc form ex 3fectea and, like daawara unyiore, ieeis iirnt tjie. American ujimitiu ik m-i cumiui w r Ded elaiar ana -ray tore scorcq wen Ktfirtn- rldftrs. BASKETBALL r'Sottlor Girls Are Cfemplons at -Ann Arbor. "' Ann Arbor, Mich., May 3. The senior girls Vratl- V HoBbathntl nhnMnlnmhlri nf tMM. inivmirv dv aeieaiiiur uie juniors iu the finals by a score of 7 to 0. Dean Mosher TOreBBluca xns viciunuus iiuu vrtvu t uttuu' Seme silk banner. Toledo. O., May 3. (Special.) This year's progrra-'nme for the aimal u1.-terlake meet at Put-in-Bay is the most interesting that has ever been arranged and Commodore Warren and the directors predict the finest meet in the history of the organization. The committee of the I. L. Y. A. met until midnight to-night and prepared everything for the biggest annual gathering o fresh water sailors. The programme includes many new features and there will be more tone and less noise to the meet than ever before. The headquarters will be at the Hotel Victory tins vear. 'i'he smokers and all social features will be held at the Vic-lory. Heretofore these have taken place at houses near the bay. The racing will be more attractive than ever before and the Cadillac. Detroit, and other Detroit tlyers. should carry back a line bunch or prizes. Cups will be offered in many of the classes and there will be no strings attached. The cash prizes wiH- be as large as eve.-. Kx-Comrflociore nunungLon, ui Cleveland has ottered a fine cup for a time prize in the free-for-all race, which will go in addition to the Victory cup. There will be a big change in the wav th races are run. Mondav. Julv 21. "will be devoted to a reception on the yachts and a smoker at the victory in the evening. Tuesday there will be a triangular race. Wednesday a windward and leeward race will be sailed. Thursday will be given over (o social features entirely. In the morning there will be a squadron sail to Ballast island, where several hun dred northern envision a. c. a. members will be having their annual meet. In the afternoon there will be an interchange of courtesies, and in the evening the annual hall will be held at. the Victory. Friday tne iree-ior-aii race will be held, and the meet will wind un Friday night with another big smoker at-which the week's prizes will be dJstriDtiteu. Commodore Warren's fine auxiliary Wcinco will be the official headquarters for racing, and Secretary Seitz will live aboard of her. M'n'ee, p 3 1 l" 2 0 Stlm'l, p 3 1 0 1 Totals.. 33 W 27 12 1 Totals. .33 8 24 J- 1 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 0 Chicago 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 Runs Dexter 2. Congalton 2. Chance, O'Hagcn-6; Doblis-1. Left on bases Chicago 7, Cincinnati 4. Two-base hits Con-three fast double plays gave Chicago an galton. Tinker. Stolen base Dexter. Douhlo Plavs-Jxlenofec and O'Hagen; O'Hagen (nn. ass'isted); Tinker, Lowe and O'Hagen. Struck out-By Menefee 2. by Stlmmel 1. Baso on halls-Off Stlmmel 1. Hit with ball-Chance, Menefee. Time 1:30. Lmpire Cantillon. Attendance, 0,200. Battle Crock Player Signs WltH Connie Mack's Team. Battle Creek, Mich., May 3.-Clarence Fuchs who came here from the South Bend Grens to loin the state league team as an all-round man. was released yesterday, having received' a good offer to join the American League team at Philadelphia. Hi left for that city to-day. Itain Fell In New York. New York, May 3. The New York-Phlla-de'phla and the Brooklyn-Boston baseball games to-day were postponed on account of rain. BAILED AT THE PLATE. Big Joe Ganzel has been chosen as captain of the Grand Rapids team. It will cost 2r, cents to see a Michigan State League game, with 15 cents additional for grandstand seats. II E. Towle. of Grand River avenue, has a box of cigars for McAllister for making the first home run at Bennett Park. Jack D?bbs has a red fox which he wants McPhee to adopt as official mascot of the Cincinnati. Dobbs captured Reynard himself. Stalllngs Is supplying his patrons with score cards gratis. It is a good idea, and the move ought to be followed by other clubs. Both Flint and Lansing will wear.carmlne suits this season. The scorers and spectators will have a busy time keeping tab on the men. It Is now certain that Eddie Zlnram, who caught for youngstown last season, will manage the FJInt club. Zlnram Is a great favorite with the Flint fans. There are three Willlamses on the Chicago National League team, and it Is said that even Selee fails to pick out the right Williams when he wants him. Last year It took nearly four months for the White Stockings to enjoy the sensation of being shut out. This year Detroit accomplished the feat In two days. Dave Brain has been made captain of the Buffalo nine. The choice Is a popular one In Buffalo, and no one on the team will be able to direct the men better than Brain. With everything working in harmony, Jack Doyle thinks that the Giants will be a winning bunch. He says the -New Yorks fear no team in the league, not even Pittsburg. Brush is kicking himself every time he. hears Pitcher TVrlght's name mentioned. The Cincinnati magnate could have secured the player for $500 from Dayton, but passed the offer by. burne. Passed balls Keena, Llnskey. Time 2:20. Umpire Sparks. Attendance 250. Close Share f,r Wnlkervillc. A great 12-lnning game was played at Walkerville yesterday between the Walker-vllles and Avon Tigers. Walkerville scored a run In the twelfth Inning, and won tho game, the final result being 9 to 8. The Avon Tigers had a big lead up to the ninth. Inning, when the alkervllles made "a splendid rally and tied the score. Score: WALKERVILLE. AVON TIGERS. ABHOAS AB H O A E Neal, m. 7 0 11 0 Smith, I. 0 2 2 0 0 B'eroft, c G 2 10 t 0 Lount, m t! 0 2 0 0 Mogg, 3. 6 4 2 1 1 Gill, s... 5 115 0 B'rand, s 6 1 0 4 0 Breslln.I 5 3 12 0 U Marcon, 16 1 16 0 u M'phy 3 5 4 2 4 0 M'Cl,p-m 6 2 13 1 Kadau, c 6 2 10 2.0 Taylor, 2 5 1 3 2 0 Roercl, 2 6 2 2 1 2 Parent, 1 4 2 3 0 0 Moran, r 4 0 1 0 0 Wilson, r 2 0 0 0 0 Coutts, p 5 0 1 0 0 D'neau.p 3 10 4 0 Totals. 51 20 36 19 2 Tolals.48 1133 12 2 None out when running run scored. Innings. ...1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Walk'villo .1 00010 10500 19 Avon TIgers.O 0700000100 03 Runs Neal 2, Beecroft 2, Mogg, Bertrand, MftCIure, Parent 2-9; Smith, Lount, Gill 2. Breslin. Murphy, Kndau, Coutts S. Innings pitched By McClurc 5. by Neal 1, b-Deneau 6. Base hits Oft McCIure 9, off Neal 1, off Deneau 4. Two-bate hits Beecroft 2, Mogg. Bertrand. Murphy 3, Breslin 2, Roecel. Home run Neal. Sacrifice hits Taylor, Parent, Breslin. . Stolen bases-Neal, Mogg Smith. First base on balls Oft McCIure 1, off Deneau 3, off Coutts 2. Hit by pitcher Coutts. First base on errors Walkerville 2. Avon Tigers 2. Left on bases Walkerr. lie 10. Avon Tigers 10 Struck out By McCIure 2. liy Neal 1. by Deneau 5. by Coutts 5. Double plays McCIure and Marcon; Kadau and Breslin. Pissed ball Kadau. Time 2:15. Umpire Horsbcrg. Attendance 500. Overwhelming; Defeat for D. B. V. Polish Seminary played a great game yesterday, shutting out Detroit Business University with no runs and but two scratch hits. Score: SEMINARY. D. B. U. AB H O A B AB H O A E Szy'skU. 6 5 3 2 0 Wat's,3-p 3 110 1 Platta,2.. 5 3 1 3 0 Adis'n.m. 2 0 0 0 0 Rnb'skl.s 5 10 10 B'mb'rg.r 3 0 10 1 Pie'ski.c. 5 4. 10 0 0 Casey.s.. 3 0 0 2 2 OVsta.m. 5 1110 Taylor.2.. 3 0 2 1 2 Koz'skl.l 4 2 0 0 0 Bowler.l. 3 0 7 0 2 Pry-skl.l. 5 1 11 0 0 Dick.2-p.. 3 112 1 Now'skl.r 5 1110 Tuomey.c 3 0 8 2 0 Zak'skt.p 4 10 10 Mores.l.. 3 0 4 0 0 Totals.. 44 10 27 9 0 Totals. .26 2 21' 7 9 Innings ....1 23456780 D. B. U 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Seminary 0 7 0 0 8 6 0 3 2! Two-base hits Dicks, Czelusta. Roba-czewskl. Double plays Czelusta and Przy-borskl; Przyhorskl unassisted. Hit by pitcher Kozlowskl. Bases on halls Off Dicks 3. Sacrifice hit Zukowskl. Stolen bases Polish Seminary 12, D. B. U. 0. Struck out-By Zukowskl 10, by Dicks 8. Passed balls Pleczynskl. Tuomey 4. Wild pitches Dicks, Waters. Umpire Gryczka. Time 1:40. Attendance 450. Jnvcnllc league in the Pielrt. The Juvenile League Is the latest organization to spring up in Detroit. The league Is composed of the Tigers, Comets, Averys, Cardinals, Shamrocks and Admirals. None of the teams average over 15 years. A schedule has been prepared for the season, which was opened yesterday, when the Tigers beat the Cardinals S to 5 and the Shamrocks tronnced the Admirals to the tune of 12 to 5. Batteries: Tigers, Bradley Continued on Page Ten Part 1. MICHIGAN S TA TE LEAGUE SCHEDULE FOR 1902. AT AT AT AT "' AT AT Abroad.,.. SAGINAW. FLINT. LANSING. UD. RAPIDS. MUSKEGON. BATTLE CR'K. U ThE. i$;.7S i-?ns S.fV Sept. 10-11 . Sept. 15-16. Sept. 12-13-14S " May30t-30-31 ' June 13-14-15S May 15-16-17 : May 27-28-29 ' May lSS-ffl ' Tune ""S-'3-24 ue 3S4-5 June 1S-2-3 July 6S-7-8 . . June 25-26-27 Wlnf Juv45 ' 8 ASF BALL Ak24s125-26 July 25-26-27S July 28-29-30 July 9-10-UV Pllnt Se&AV BASZBJILL J; Aug. 12.-13-14 Aug. 15-1G-17S Aug. 9-10S-U' Sept. 8-9 , - Sept. 12-13-11S , bopt..J-a. : ' Trnia'lS-2-1 "wTTTr " May 21-2223 May 18S-19-20 July 6S-7-8 tSSl-jm-so ' iSPJ MTVc ?. Jtme 10-11-12 , June 7-8S-9 July 15-16-17 ,m ; iu v UB i-' NEWS IN June 22S-23-2S. . '. June 28-293-30 July 25-26-27S Sept. 17-18 Sept. 19-20 Sept. 218-22 faept. tu-JI . May 24-25S-26 June 16-17-18 , May 27-23-29 n,T mkbsr t!!S 5"ws ai July 12-138-14 July 1,2-3 Jane M-l DETROIT July 31-Aw 1-2 SlvMM Grand Rapids Aug. 9-10S-U July 15-16-17 July 9-10-U .. vit JuiyJi A.ug.ii Ji ly-23-24 : P Aug. 24S-25-26 Sept. 5.6-7S Aug. 21-22-23 Aug. 18-19-20 Aug. "'- Sept. 19-20 Sept. 17-18. Sept. 23-24 . Sept. 10-11 SIP- SIS" FREE 1SW " Sept.! Sept. 21S-22 Sept. 8-9; . - Sept. 12-13-14& ' Sept. a-b-73 , . MlySr-28-29 ;WM88-.' J6-16-17 ." JUnel4-l-15S' Jf "SV" 24 - ' I ' ' July SlAug. 1-2 June 7-SSN9 May 80-30-31 JuVie -6-27 A'iaI?f.! ' PRESS Battle Creek AuS. 18-19-30 auly 12-13SM4-11 Jirtyji-t July a-29-30 Aug. 21--.-23 : TICOd , Aug. 30-80-31S Aug. 27-28-29-29 Aug. 12-13-14- ; Sept 1-1 Sept. 15-16 Sept. 21S-22 . . it i'. Sept.. 8-5-8-3. - : i CHwi to be played In the city scheduled 'with. tMaraing gne to to played In, city scheduled witii. HAND GIFTS TO M'ALLISTER FIRST HOME RUN ON THE LOCAL GROUNDS MADE BY -HIM. WRIGHT. OF CLEVELAND. -WENT TO STABLE SHORTLY AFTER. DEBUT OF WIN MERCER PROVED TO BE A PROMISING ONE. STANDING. W. L. Pc. W. L. Pc. Detroit 6 2 .750 Boston 5 5 . 500 St. Louis., fi 4 .600 Raltimore.. 4 5 . 441 Philadelphia 5 4 .556 Chicago 4 5 .441 Washington 5 5 .o00 Cleveland... s & .- Handy Jack McAllister, who plays nearly every position well and none at all real badly, hired a dray last evening and spent most of the night collecting; the various boxes of cigars, pairs, of trousers, spring has and other articles that have been offered to the first Tiger to make a home run' at Bennett Park grounds. Mac's claim on the booty was based on a smashing drive into deep left field, made in the second inning of yesterday's game. At the time that McAllister turned loose this bingle both of the naughty kids, Elberfeld and Gleason were on the sacks looking longingly homeward. Hence the drive netted three runs. Hence, also, it became the strongest link in the chain of happenings that drove to the bench, after three innings of toil, the speedy but uncertain Mr. Wright, of Cleveland.. These three runs were Just, half of the number that Detroit took down, the home nine ultimately winning by a score of 6 to 3. When Mr. Wright faced St. Louis last week he let the Browns dQ:wn for two hits and no tallies. Thfe brand of ball he served in the Mound City must have been a little better, or the batting eyes of the St. Louis tribe were not so bright. Wright had the speed that they- still dream of In Missouri, but his success in locating the plate was not notable. When he did get the ball over, the Tiger outfit took very kindly to 'it. In three innings Mr. Wright passed six men, was hit safely six times, and allowed six runs. After him came one Streit, a left-handed youth with nothing spectacular about his delivery, but with marked success in its use. Just one lonely hit was taken from him in five innings, Frank Dillon, in the eighth, dropping one safe in center field. Mercer's Debut a Snccesa. Opposed to Cleveland was Win Mercer, who made his Detroit debut as a Tiger. Winnie pitched a heady game that never looked to be in danger. Three of the eight hits take from him were long ones, one a legitimate triple, another a grounds-rule three bagger, and a third a real double. Mercer had sneed and a puzzling slow one, and he showed his real ability by his heaoy pitching when he seemed to be in a hole. In the fourth inning, after Bradley had opened with a three-bagger, he retired Gochnaur, Bemis and ,WrJght in succession on strikes. Generally he kept the opposition hitting into the air. He also found great, favor with the fana hv a demonstration of how to play ball all the time, though a pitcher, his work on the bases being especially imnressive to thoso not familiar with him. It is extremely doubtful if any professional baseball club has ever placed in the field a team faster on Its feet, all the way through, than, the nine that Detroit sent into the field, yesterday, with Mercer and McAllister, both sprinters, as the battery. There wasn t a man anvwhere in the line-up that is not recognizd as a fast and dangerous base runner. This quality aldsd. as it has been aiding all throueh the season, in turning few hits into good hurohes of runs. For the hit and run game that the Tigers ore working the line-up of yesterday was as nearly an Ideal one as any team now playing professional ball can present. Three Joyfnl Innings. The three innings that Wright pitched were joyful ones,- and gave the eleven-seconds outfit a chance to do some grand sack running. It was apparent from the start that -Wright was easy to work for passes. Holmes and Casey both getting these in the first after Barrett had gone out, Bradlev to Schreck. Holmes'stoie second, and was caught by about a yard on his attempt to steal, third. Casey s base became valueless when Harley filed to Eon'nor, the work being put over to the second inning. Elberfeld opened this by a dance about the box that brought a. call from Connollv, who mapped out the space that the batter is limited to. The shortstop worked a pass, and made second when Gleason hit neatly over Bradlev's head. Dillon filed to fiochnaur. Then came McAllister. The very first ball pitched suited him, and he laid against it, sending it down to the fence, near the score board. McCarthy fielded it in. and Wright 'got the ball on the Infield, relaying it to Bcmis just one step too late to get McAllister. With these three runs in, Mercer hit safely. He dashed for second and made the base on Bonner's muff of Bemis' throw. Barrett singled into left. Mercer scoring from second. Jlmmle got a good start off first, and Holmes hit to Bonner, who threw Duckey out at first. By the time Schreck got the ball Barrett was. almost at third base, and Schreck hurried his throw, over Bradley's head. Barrett continuing to the f)late. Good running was responsible for these last two runs. Casey tore away a single, but Harlev's fiv ended the agony. Elberfeld. Gleason and Dillon all waited out bad ones in the next inning, and McAllister scored Elberfeld with his second hit, a single to cenr ter. Gleason was caught at the plate, Irving to make home from second on the hit. Mercer hit to Bonner, and a double play was called on McAllister and the batter, though Mercer beat the throw to first by a yard. How Cleveland Scored. There wasn't much doing for either side after that, Cleveland having taken, two of her three runs In the first half of this inning. Bemis had opened the third with a hit that Elberfeld just reached, but that he was not able to make the throw on perfectly. He tried for it. and Dillon made a beautiful stop, of the wide bounder that was sent over, Bemis getting the base. He attempted to steal, and Gleason had time for a chat with Holmes before putting McAllister's . thrpw on xlie runner. Wright then hit to left field fence, but was held at third ori Harley's good return. Pickering; singled -into right, scoring the run, stole second, made tmra wnen Mccartny nn to jidci-lcim and Gleason lost the ball during an attemDt to cet Pickering on the line, and came home ori Sqhreck's Jong fly to -Harley. Barrett got Bonner on. a great catch, after Mercer had sent Harvey to first on balls. . In the fourth Mercer did his triple fannlntr act after Bradlev's three base hit and in the fifth Barrett got Pickering at third base by a great throw to Elberfeld, after nailing ,'HcnreeK s fiv. Bonner hit. Bradlev walked and Bemis doubled in tho sixth, but only one run resulted. ,Mereer was not hit safely in the last three innings. Streit Was the Good. The nearest Detroit came to doing any business with Streit was in the fourth, when Casey was walked and Harley was hit, with two gone, nothing resulting; and in the eighth, wnen Dillon- hit safely, stole second, made third on a passed ball, and tried to score on ssaapn" . i r TirORmay dovferyMte tailoi Aing and yet be called a tailor. A fashion plate in the wmdow and a few attractive cloth patterns on r"d the shelf is a poor excuse for -' tailoring. ' t i1nniiii. althoush We don't CBV " , JOLl a tailor who does gets more for hxs clothes than wedo cutter What wea" extend tne maKing-fit measure yo--Sopene for the anduafrom"bfnn?g Vo Tend. And all this worK from ffBT'jvice of our head man, -LUoaU his life. MADE TO ORDEBJ - j . tailoring OUGHT TO BE DONE. Wish we could show ir .rTTtrR SF.RVICI workmanship is. otiler pialae or pl ET -.t Wa nK m patrnJ;o0,r We don't claim to mKe better FOR. YOU WITH S.i wH claim to tnaR. as good ataboa, eltheshn ,thr3oa" half their prices. . sapIM and complete .lf measurement oat. By Mall.-a p. - - pBOld a DywHere. . Milo"'rH" TOPCOATS fit i .Talrr Ave.. Detroit MICHIGAN HEADQUARTER.. Mercer'sdrive to Bradley. Dillon wac run down on m -fr,,, was on third base by the time Dillon was nagged, we aiea uieie. . For Dltroit to-day the battery wrtl be Slever and McGuire; for Clove and. Joss and Bemis. The game will he called at 3 o'clock. Score: DteTROlT. AB R H O A E KrVf'::::::::::::::! &.3Vf::::::::::::::: Elberfeld, s. s 2 2 0 2 3 0 Gleason, 2b 3 11 4 I 1 Plllon. lb ? ? 1 5 ? o McAllister, c 4 1 2 i 1 u Mercer, p 11111 Totals 28 '.27 12 1 CLEVELAND. ' AB R H O A t Pickering, c. f J 2 1 1 0 McCarthy, 1. f ' ? Schreck. lb 4 0 0 7 0 . Harvey, r. f 5 i 1 ? 4 1 Bonner. 2b. 4 1 i J Bradley. 3b J n 0 3 3 0 gr"c..8:::::::::::: ItSV.::::: -i-illll Totals. ' i-V.K I 3 Tnnlncs 1 2345678J Detroit ... - ) 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 '-6 Cleveland .:::: 0 0 2 0.0 1 0 0 0-3 Innlnea pitched-Wright 3, Streit 5. Base hlts-oa Wright 6, off Streit 1. Two-base n Sls Three-base hits-Wright. Brad-ley -Home nm-McAlllstcr. Stolen basoa- Hoimes? Dillon. P'CTl"gr?ihtTbv,l?reTt vioiii .Rv Mercer 2, by wnsnt b. dj hireic H?t by puched' ball-By Streit, Harley. First base on: errors-Detroit 1. Left on hams-Detroit 7, Cleveland 5. Struck out-By Mercer Goehnaur. Bemis. Wright; by streit Barrett. Double plays-Barrett and ElberfeldT Gochnaur, Bemis and Schreck. Passed balls-McAllister. Bemis uri"e7 l-M Umpires-Connolly and Johnstone. Attendance 6,000. ' GosbIu of the Gaine. From this time on the his blue flag will fiv frc?n the Majestic building staff on each dav that the Tigers arc playing at home. AH of the Sunday games will start at 3 o'clock. One. section of the stand Is to be held at 75 cents, as is the case at Bennett Park. Bemis' catch of Gleason's foul fly. oyer at the Cleveland bench, was one of the prettiest plays seen on tho grounds this season. Jlmmle Barrett had a field flay yestoruay. with six pntouts, several of tlhem tine run- . -..-t A tna n!Rk. Oil WhlUlI lA- berfeld got Pickering at thtrd by some quick work. . , w.-'.c in to r.onn. The bleacher attendance crowilcl mto jhe Hold, making grcuna ru un-v?,. affected but one hit. Bradley getting three that Harlev could easily have held him at second on. Jo who will pitch for Cleveland to-tay, held St. Louis down to one hit and a . . .... t. M,in,T Plti, he l irrardeil snuc-oiii. in j - as a wonc&r. He Is the man whom Strchel. nf Toledo, hart indicted lor rec--iviiiB on alleged false pretences. About 200 persons gained admission to Bennett Park yesterday without paying money, by breaking in a portion of rlpht field fence. There were a number of policemen' at the. game, but this fact did not prove any terror to tie. tax dodgers. Connollv and Johnstone have changed ... - ,t. A.t namttri o-nfn!? hpllllld the bat. Johnstone' save Mercer tho worst of a decision at -first yesterday. The superiority of the double , umpire system is plainly apparent, however. Johnstone was on top of every play that was made on the bases. Hosting Made Good ior Athletic. Philadelphia, May 3. The home team won easily to-day from Washington. Husting, ,.r,fi sicned bv Manager Mack, of tho local' dob. pitched his first game and proved an-enigma to tne support helped the locals in run-getting. Score: WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. AB H O A E. AB H O A E Rvan m 3 2 2 0 0 Hartz'l. 1.5 0 0 0 0 Ke'st'r 2.4 3 0 1 1 Fulte. 2... 5 0 .0 3 0 riri'll c ..4 0 3 0 2 Davis, 1..5 3 11 0 0 "Carly -l.U 1 13 2 0 Flfck. r..!3 1 3 0 0. Ely, s 3 1 0 2 0. Seyb'd, m.4 3 0 0 0 Xjee 1 4 u u v., i. vr s, a.o j. i i. i Patton r.4 - 0 0 1 0 Pow'rs, c.4 2 7 1 0 Carr'k, p.4 0 0 6 0 Husfgr, p.3 0 0 4 0 Totals.. 34 7-24 14 6 Totals.. S3 11 27 12 1' Innings 4 2 3 4 5 67 1.1 Phlhldelphla .:.,....0 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 '-3 Washington .........0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2-3 Runs Fultz. Davis 2. L. Cross, Flick .3, Seybold 29: Ryan. Carey. Ely-3. Two-base hits Ryan, Kelster. L. , Cross. Sacrifice hits L. Cross. Flick. M.' Cross, Hast ing. OUlieil Utiac . Washington 6, Philadelphia S. Bases on halls un .uarncii a, wit nuomia . ohuu, SSfBy CaFrlck 2, by Husting 7. Wild pltch-Hueting.. Tlme-1:35. Umplre-r O'lughlln. Attendance 1.005. Cy" Young Got Revcngre, Boston, May 3. Toung's curves proved very mystifying to the Baltimore batsmen: to-day and Boston won easily. Shields was, batted lard, in the fourth and fifth innings., The fielding was ftrst-class, nil of the errors resulting from, poor chances. Score: j. BOSTON. BALTIMORE. ' ABHOAE. ABHOAB Parent s. 4 14 4 1 Gllbert.s. 4 0 3 5 1 qtkhlm.'S 0 2 0 0 M'Graw.3 3 0 1 0 0 iiHi'i 1 3 0 0 0 Kelley.m.'4 0 10 0 Fr'man.r. 5 1 2 0 0 Seym'r.r. 3 0 4 0 0 H kman.ru 'i' w'. t m L'ch'ceM. S'810 0 0 Selbach.l 3 0 1 0 0 Ferrls,2.: 5 1-3 2 1 M'Gann.l 4 2 7 1 S Warnef.c 4 3 4 3 0 Br's'hn.c. 2 0 5. 1 0 Youns.p. 4 0 0 2 1 Shlelds.p. 3 0 10 1. Totals.. 39 14 27 11 ? Totals. .30 3 24 S 3 Innings ........ ...1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Boston .........0 0 2 5 2 1 0 0 -W Baltimore ..........0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0-1 TliiTi-Parant. : etahl 2. ColUns 3. Lar- chaince, Parria, .Warner 2-rlO: Gilbert 1. TwOr: base hits Mcuann, uoinna; -xnree-uase aim LO0D POISON Cursd to Stay Cured Forever . . ... ..... ia mf Dnlinnlnv In onnimnnlv rallprt th-l KllSVaTD seLes ItgmTy be .itb.rreV5 u tinted "lTh ft the disease may manifest itself In the form of Scrofula. Eciem. nhenmatio Pains Stiff or Swollen Joint.; Eruptions or Copper Colored Spots on h. f5H Bdy lit'tle Ulcers in the Mouth or on the Toiirue. Sore Throat. Swollen tSSSii. Falling out of the Hair or Eyebrows, and Anally a Leprous-like Decay o: .he Fl'eah and Tones. If you have any of these or similar symptoms, g.: brown's BLOOD CURE immediately. This treatment Is practically the resu t S iTf.wOTk It contain no dangerous drugs or Injurious medicines of any kin I. of life worj. u " rrj? Disease and forces out every particle of Impur- it'vIoon e?eV .STW SSW completely and forever. The Wool ity. Soon eery -sign ?"ab' n4 the hole system are cleansed, purified an I the tissue the flesh, the bones ana wk wnoi y fm duUtj mJ uresof life BROwSS BLOOD CURB, $2.00 a botUe. lasts a month. Made by Dr. Brown, 933 'Arch St.. Philadelphia. Pa. SOU) ONLY BY GRUNIW t mmttll, 8rillt v. mi BindolpJi St. aa am, ( Fine Machine and Too! Work Model and Experiment! Work. Aooupato Qep Cutting. Detroit Mode! Mm forks. GILMAN 8T.i COB. SECOND A.JO GRAND RIVER. M. 3533. WILLE..6ULDEH, Prop. -Freeman. Warner. Stolen bases-Collins, Parent. Sacrifice hlt-Bresnahan. Bases on oal sff Young 3, oft Shields 3. Struck out-By Young 3. by Shields 4. Left on bases-Boston 7. Baltimore 6. Passed balU -Bresriahan, Warner. Wild pitch-Young. Tim 1:45. Umplre-Sherldan. Attendance -2.937. White StocktnK Lost Another. St. Louis, May 3. Five hits off Callahan in the first inning, Including a triple and a double, gave St. Louis a lead to-day which the visitors could not overcome. Donahue held Chicago to four hits. Manager Griffith of Chicago was put oft the field for disputing a decision. Score: ST. LOUIS. CHICAGO. ABHOAB ABHOAE Burk't. 1 2 1 0 0 0 Strang, 3 5 1 0 3 0 H'd'k, m 3 1 4 0 0 Jones, m. 4 J 2 0 0 And'n l 4 1 11 0 0 Green, I. 4 1 3 0 0 Wall"e, so 2 0 2 1 Davis, s.2 0 2 3 0 iPad'en 2 4 1 1 2 0 Men's, r 2 0 0 0 0 Jotes r.rl 2 4 0 0 Isbell, 1. 4 0 14 1 0 McC'k 3 4 14 11 Daly. 2.. 4 0 1 3 0 SuB'en c 3 0 3 0 0 McF'd, c 3 1 2 1 1 Dona-e, p 3 0 0 J J Call'n. p.4 1 0 5 1 Totals .30 1 27 12 2 Totals 32 4 24 16 2 Innings 123456789 St Loute 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -5 cmcag" 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-3 Runs-Burkett, Heidrlck, Wallace, Pad-den Jones 5; Strang. Mertes, McFarland 3 Two-boso hit-Padden. Three-base hit McCormick. Home run-Heidrlck. Double nlavs-Daly and Isbell; Callahan, Davis and Isbell. Sacrifice hlts-Heldrlck, Davis. Stolen bases Burketc, Wallace, Jones. Left on bascs-St. Louis 5, Chicago 7. Struck out By Dor.ahuc. 2. by Callahan 2. Bases on balls Off Donahue 4. off Callahan 3. Umpire Carruthcrs. Time 1:43. Attendance, 5.500. CATCHER FRED BUELOW IS SET DOWN FOR FIVE DAYS. Fred Buelow, catcher for the Detroit team, was suspended for Ave days and lined flO, as a result of his trouble with Umpire Carruthers at St Louis. Ban Johnson announcing the punish ment in a letter received yestepl.i; This kept Buelow out of the gamo resulted in McAllister's playing. low saw the game from the su: He will not be allowed to sit on i.. bench in uniform or to practice cept in the morning. On the same day that Buelow put out of the game Burkctt Paddcn, of St. Louis, were also i- : ed. Buelow is suspended, not beean-of taking hold of Carruthers. but n 'cause of alleged verbal abu? wiv he was put out of the game. Bnr,. ; and Padden both used some r.-i'-torrid language, but they are ?.i playing with McAleer. It is im?s:-. that Johnson has used them as : did Bonner, who had trouble r. Louis. Bonner was fined SI", and ' told that he was not suspended i cause he was new to the league . other offense would bring greater t . ishment. It Is supposed that bun,, and Padden, who are also new j" American, have been used as Ixm::-was. Buelow will work out every m lng at the park to keep In good r i: He is better now than he lias been, and was throwing with ki -speed and accuracy when turne.i by Carruthers. It is a notable , i that this umpire is having mor- . with the men than any other iw: ! handler, Clark Griffith, whom he oft yesterday, being his lifili since the opening of the season. Charlie Bennett Retires Kt' Active Business) Life .Charlie ..Bennett, the veteran Im"' catcher, has reth-ed from the elgsr ' ness in which he has been engaged '' ' .er portion of the time since a mllrwl dent Incapacitated him for work on : diamond. On May 1. baseball S"'? ',: he withdrew from his partnership u.-Gibbons, who will continue the w o. o a avenue business. Hereafter Mr. ) will live a quiet, home life. i!ov.,lin-- i of his time to art work. He ha? -' considerable success as a pain'.-r. Continued on Page 10-Pnrt '" IHCOCEL ND STRICTUR1 I ' guarantee my Latest Method Treatment to h permanent. and positive', core for Varicocele ana a"-tare, without cutUng-. stretching or loss of tirm. " Varicocele it absorbs the-bagging, or wormy mi.-equalizes circulation, stops pains In the groins . all drains, thereby giving the organs their Pper trttlon; vitalizes the. parts and restores lost po. in Stricture it absorbs the Stricture tissue. - .-smarting sensation, nervdnsness. weakness ba ck.. . etc, while In All Prostatic Troubles it the Treatment Far -Excellence. So posime'-. I that my Latest. Method Treatment will cute lou .j. lyou con PAY WHEN CURED t.,,.. MiMiir until ivou are convinced : kithoroacb MdioiW-.crii ta.taa '.staMttlwI. It makes no difference who . lma failed to cu you,, call or write, me. Each Time You Call You Sse Me Personal y r .each time yoii -Alte .it receives my personal attention The number o. -I am established lri Detroit, and the cures 1. accomplish e d after gli on up er doctors, has placed me as. the foremost specialist of the TOtr'. THE LWT MEIHJD MErMMr 61ttfl(l!EiB T0.CU E. TTarfcoccIe and Stricture without Cfc Stretchta or loss "of tin.e.1 also Blood Poion, Chronic, Private, ",.',, tency, Kidney. Liver Bladder, Stdtttachi Female and Ke. y TrSubles. CONSULTATION FREE. Calls If you cann ot ca.1. . for lilank for home treatment, rfect tm 0S,c,ne meat for those who cannot call; . BOOK FBBB. . All x for Canatlian Patient Shipped from Windsor, ah unargea I'Eeustu.' 80S Woodward Ave. Entrance 7 Wilcox St. , e Dfii HUIl, W s V n M, GOLDBERG.

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