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1 TTrl ..u.i-. in ihalr wlhtur VVI ' rur..t Brtdffnttb. tar of their cage out or ena.w. Th,y htd boe separated and ,tood with hln " Bd I. nnnnalta eOTIMrl. nlMIKu entered the T l"p'r . .. ordering WU. ! H Bl.ckburn. the nearest man W .. . t.i ttiai-kbura wu I ... to follow nil". It " ,Mn"n' r . .,,., under P. T. B.rnum. . ... ri.,.wKnm old. in ins nar- . ..' "Lions and myself J i never ' I ..nnrlenned what LmIv may 1 UtkiB ' Yti mt Derore on v - met oeiiww " be cauea s "" - ,ln. The man wno ur.eapwvv.u17 . i i. ka m in im anOiii kith L-gllttlt o'c Kww.nl. ion. a. h. - ,MloM. Fishermen, too. "-" Leptirs. ,11 that we near v - large around at ttovepipew. nwa tM wood! on one tide of the right or ..ii. i tht hlih grant an tha lWtft of the right of way. ara eroae-a...ka In varloua Darta of teuirnsu ' - .try tvery summer. I would not LjiH witnesses or iu ind their performances liars. . 1.1 M1I lham liar a. line IH I "" L wi event In my Ufa a an antraaj I v.. ....... ma a fallow-feellne- with tuner na -I im who. under tha shock of fear r ...ifam.ni . innpiuiiN rlecsli and copperheads into ooecom- lcora Th.iaa noaa iianaina n ti ippaarad to bt tan faat nlh. 1 Iht Ih'lr ayaa wr aa larg a aa pan- ik.L Thalr roan, In mT aoundad L h, explotlon of turn, moona and liMll. -Ohm a man wrote and aakad how ...k i .a.iM aive for a wolf that waa f, (,,t tall at the ahouldara. Ha I utn the wolf and meant to trap im. I rrplltn tnai i wouiu par t io( wolf that waa two feat and I Inchaa Iht thouldere ana wouia anow a -' i a ai'.ft inr. mbawb inAaa ,na I will mall you a cheeky for tUO.' tnflta our cwrr"njnMBni. Uncle Bam't Animal Trainer. Mr. Blarkk'j:n entered tha lloa'a dan RrUaort It reare aao. From that line to tkli he hae Head among tlia i let crwturea of the earth. Ha It hi. ironi. alert and active ana I at cow tent erer to trtln . Hone, tlf ara .1 itohanlB. He haa aaaaad ta ride. Laevtr. la drcue peredee. seated on a not in oorn animal rafea. epanfiao ai tmilinf. with no protection teralnat Inornble drith but a rawhide whip l.l an abundance of eelf-conndtaea. Vifflrially, Mr. Blukburn to known aa V fctad animal kttper of tha L'nltod ti Government, being aeeoclatexl I daly duly at the National Knoloflc. I Park. PracticaJIr. if aot theoretic h. he hat e better andaratandlnf of io fmMim man nee any otnar haa In country. He wee aaeletant eupar- adentof tRrnan't maaafcrla for ny yrari and taw Jumbo killed by a ifht train In Canada. The literature of tha ihow." ha aaid. aced Jumbu'e welaht at ten l'-h In my opinion, aat about two above the nht ngura. Neverthe- "U the laraeat alaohaat ipiureo ay , ,B4 IfBllble old fellow. Ha trlxl 1 in train down tha trark ana a im. I tnt ahead of him aa aat at I "0. eut he wee hit OB tha lea- a. 4 bled up. me enalne and ihr. 'f thrown into the ditch by tha colon. He aaw the headllaht nf tha Imotive-w. w,r, kdm, tn, ,nima. "..m-ana wee lntelllo.it ' to know that he would be run "ie.. he ot oil tha main Una. ne louldn't find an .. 7J1 1!" 'J' "'ndlnf on alther alda '"Mwrn ha. b ,h, ,anOlord. aduaJ pnyMclan and .,.!. nd animal colony In Waahlnfton. " "-turr fram tha WVod. md bear . ..7 IOr ,n Dr-r' - . ?:?M,:ktn r" "'o-d for tha Tt Wisdom Of Inahaai k lliann.l. . . . Nl eai .kl ... r- "'ocaourn aald, 'I" Inck 0U,.VV.' ln-.n. w " ranark. . " ,w cniCRH VIH r"'D. In a L:.W." frouna ""n b,i.. V.l 7 araat many Hen.v..T """ ovar-aatlnt. a Ken":;:; "r; . ha. v . nr 1 1 trawi . - US ' hlr dietary mil . ,,Mn " va r1"" it. . Cl,lcl," had bean ' 'ni I" u iV J1 "0B or u ' 'or 7 " " wa animal n. h. .rd w?,,rH. alaphant. and h c Th!T mi.nnr nor lr n.t,, :"" 1 . wrown down. ,r of 1arwcn- oo.r h"'t.r.ntl'n .lrfoodnd ""r . t ?r ,hw" B,, deor1 ha lom" "Tfl. .r ,0i hnt by mil. or drink ? "8 Odor' ta "h . w pel vvraav VITSJ paj, - UmaPDUa. I aa.a. Illeaa- Bu, :Lb. r,,i .- nk. '"Ixw. fnflbou. the proni-hornad m..'."",ou' th Proni-.hornad h Anvri b,-;.'"d dear, ,U ... r' Some? -th 'w ocuatomad ka... 1' The reindeer in la..... . IDOU lea l.t .a . . " ("nehment ."i , tnara It Hit la Vf ll!ow ?JLh l.v! ,n 8U" m lneiv win nat n. ' rm. Bxiwrlmenfa i. tew., ' told tha chanoet not vary premUlni." BtOrlaa V .. t,r"h- iii! ,1? ' wowe" ,n mMdla r h" wma in?' but th' dl- h if that !. 4 0,,l1 801 "eorma Ireat - " "aeona ha .. i. d . ry w thr.Lr "ine i akad u lea spiled -.11 .e iv . . 'V,rtl 'them'?f? 10 ' " of . . "na D0,'' WW only w tcratchet accldently t . - . - or purposely Inflicted. I have been In soma tight cornere. but man It a thinking machine and the odds are with hire to long aa be doesn't loaa his head. "My arrealeet Kara oeeurad on that morning at Bridgeport, though In reality f waa not In any danger. Tha next experience which oaueed my hair to stand up happened midway between two towns In northern New Tork. We showed In one af the towns and paraded la both. A terrific storm same up. The thunder boomed like whole batteries of artillery and the lightning Ailed the black sky with long, crooked streaks and flashes. "My waton companions were three healthy Hons, one of which was uncommonly larae and active. It had eeemed that he had been eyeing me rather gluttonously all season. Often be would strike at me at he paaaed back and forth In tha cace. On the day I am speaking about, I wore at usual, high boots, tights and plaid hilts. After a particularly loud crash of thunder, the big Hon raa right up to me and hid his head under my kilts t hurriedly moved side-wtyt on my stool to get away but the farther I moved, the harder he bored into me with his noae. My last hour had oomt. aa 1 thought. "I stood up, the head of the Hon tllll under my Boottlah skirts, snd backed to tha center of the ease, where an Iron partition was strapped to the rant. It wat hours. It eeemed to me, before I got the partition looeej . Animala Caa Blur Ukt Men. "In tha meantime the llon'i hose wet bard against my atomach and he was bresthlng horribly, but not saying a word. Wall, I escaped by a quick turn and slammed the partition down Into the Don't face. The old fellow, trembling with terror, looked at me reproachfully and then began to roar. "Mons axe always dangerous, having, as they do. good day a and bad days, exactly like human hemes. Rut they are more to be trusted than are Utwra. A lion that will stand up and bellow and walk bis cage savagely la easier to get along with than It the one that Has quietly la a corner, watching and. perhapa, thinking out a campaign of destruction. Wild animals can bluff just like soma men. If their bluffs fail to work, they gt rattled and don't know what to do aexf. "A lion fresh from the Jungle la more tractable than ta one with a long line of aoo logical park ancestors. He It worn out by hi Journey In cramped quartan THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1915 hn Animal Story From the Teacher By Janies 8. Korrow. ..-HlNOTON, Ootober 1-TWo of Uncle Sam's Wild Creatures 1 A 5 . UMtTLaT 5yM AaiiMai "TfeAINER. AND Ml DCMNcf PrWrNER. over land and water and can't gueas what Is going to happen to him. The too lion, en tha other hand, la well ted and aleek and hat the arrogance which cornea with luxury and Idleness. Oh, there la a whole lot of human nature in animals; or a whole lot of animalism In human nature. If that la the way you prefer to look at it. "I used to train four lions at a time. First I would trim their elawa. That done, I would put collars on them and chain them In the corner! of a cat. Then I would go Into the center of the cage, tit down on a stool, light my pipe snd read a newspaper, not having looked at the lions or In their direction. So the dayt would pass, tha lions lowering their roars measurably and gradually diminishing their efforts to get at me. 'The next lesson would be taught with a broom and a long rawhide whip. I would sweep the lions and they would strike at the breom and try to chew It. When they open their mouths I mould gently touch them on the tongue with the whip and 'he ting would causa them to keep their mouths shut Tba Btform of a Lionet. "By and by 1 could tweep them from tha ends of their nosea to tht tips of their tails, and then tome morning I would turn them all loose In the cage and rlda with, them In tht parade, wild animals are much like children. If a mother Is forever whipping. Jerking and scolding her children they get ugly Jn turn and disobedient "The kind, firm, sensible mother, who haa patience and caa control her temper Is at once feared, lowed and obeyed. Tht trainer who beats his animala trifles with death, and even If he lives he botches his work. "About the handsomest lioness I aver saw belonged to W. W. Cola, the showmao. He sold it to James A. Bailey and word paased along between the cages that Cola had put one over on the old men. The beast, so the gossips related, waa crazy: she'd, eat any one up who got within grabbing distance. , "I rave her a corner In a waaron that contained two other Hone, ghe would strike when the passed me and show her teeth, upper and lower. I knew at once that she had been abuaed. I could tee her cringe every time she looked at my whip. Before the turn-mer was ovsr I was stroking her neck and back at tht marched from one end of the cage to the other during- our morning parade. "Tea, the Hon Is tht king among beasts In other ways than in looks. I onoe put a big tiger In a cage with a lion, chaining the lion, but giving him slack enough to etand up and turn around. It waa the opening of the season In New York and we paraded In the streets from early In the evening until' U o'clock at night "Red Are wat burned oa the top of my wagon and the animals became greatly excited. The tiger pounced on the Hon, but I stopped the fight with tht stool on which I waa sitting. Later the battle waa renewed, the lion knocking the tiger down five times. Tht lion. In my opinion, can whip anything that walks. "Moukeys are the smartest of all animala; pouch animals are stupidest I taught a kangaroo the use of .boxing gloves, but I never could break him of trying to kick me In the stomach er neck with his hind foot. Monkeys of the pouch variety ire Just aa active and mlschlev-Icus. however, as are the other members of their tribe. ' Tha Monkey That Showed Off. "One of them got a Braall nut In hit pouch and I had td lance hit Jaw and take the nut out Ha pulled the ttltchea from tht tnclilon and then for teveral daya showed off to his astonished friends by drawing long straws back and forth through the wound. "Another monkey would get a stiff piece of hay and use H to chase waterbuga out of the cracks In his cage. It required some thinking In advance to do such a thing at that, but the animal that thinks la rare and at best can't go vary far. AH mowing and living creatures are governed by their instincts first, to protect themselves; second, to get food for themselves, and third, to ranroduca themselves. And 'there they stop. "I don't humanise animals. I have lived too long among them to give them attributes they don't poasest. They can't be raised up, or uplifted, aa some good persons phrase it. A leopard will always be a leopard. Centuries can't change him. A wild man. however, may be caught In the woods, taught to eat with a knife and fork and to read and write. Hla generations will constantly Improve. The American Indian la an illustration In point. Many Indians hava become artlatt, enclneers and poets. "The war In Europe hat cut off the supply of animala coming from Africa i.nd tht Orient Practically, the Germane have a monopoly of the business and Hamburg Is the greatest of all wild animal markets. In normal timet a fine blsok-maned Hon will sell for fl.OOO, an ordinary adult Hon for 000 up to HM, and a lioness for MAA. A two-year old Bengal tiger la worth $740, and an adult 11.000, "A good elephant, eight or ten yean of age, will bring S2..Y and to will a hippopotamus. dirafTes were quoted early this year at 13,000. A double-horr.ed rhinoceros will sell readily for 13.0)10 and a tingle-horned one for any price that may be asked but never for less than $7,500. "I'll say this about animals," Mr. Blaokburn observed at the end of tht Interview: 'They know their friends. A dog, aa every one undentands, will Instantly sense or tmell the roan or woman who la an enemy of the dog family. One of the ftO-pound Alaskan bears always eemea to the fence of hit Inclotun when I am around so aa to shake hands with me. A certain Hon, though eating hit dinner, will postpone his meal to put his paw, claws drawn in. through the bare and on my arm and will gently stroke me from shoulder to wrist, his face aglow with affection." (Copyright, 1815, by James B. Morrow.) THE CHOCHEMS POKER CLUB With Nathan Leipsig in the Game nenn niTturri'n had the Jr waiter In Laaarut Bimbel- rnevsrt restaurani sring pack Or cards to him. "Now I show you that trick, IgnaU," he aald to Mr. Fluegelmann, who wat tilting with him and looked bored. "What irlckr taked Mr. Fluegelmann, listlessly. "Tha trick what I been telling you about for hair an hour." said Mr. Saltpeter. "Now pick out a card." Mr. nueelrnarsi took a card from tht pack, looked at It, and put It Into tht pack which Morrlt held In hit hands. "Now," aald Mr. Saltpeter, "I bet you tt I can pick out the card yon seen." "I wouldn't tt you," aald Mr. Fluegel-mann. "Well. I bat you a dollar I can tell you what the card was," tald Mr. Saltpeter. "What waa Itr "The ten of cluba" aald Mr. Saltpeter. "No, It wasn't," declared Mr. Flueicel-mann. "It waa Iht four of hearts. Fay tht dollar." "Teu're a cheater," said Mr. Saltpeter. "And I wilt- not pay. I knowed the card all tht ilma." In the mltlat of the dispute Levi Blau-stein strolled Into the reataurant, aooom. panlod by a tall, handsome stranger, smooth of face, quick of eye and" genial of manner. They listened to Iht wrangle going on between Mr. Baltpeter and Mr. Fluegelmann for a time, and then Mr. Blausteln Interrupted tha talkera. - "I like It that you meet my friend here," he laid. "Herr Moshe Saltpeter tod Ignati Fluegeltnann, shake hands with I'rofeeeor loipalg." Mc, Itlpals greeted tha two and picked up tht pack of cardi and looked at them for a moment, then e bodied and placed the deck on the table. "Mr. Saltpeter, you were doing tome kind of a card trick," he tald "Listen. I'll eut the cards with you for is, the high card to win, ace being high, of course, ti either of ua cult tha ace of spades the other hat got to givt him 123." "I'll go you," aald Mr. Saltpeter, throwing $5 on the table.. "I been a sport" , Mr. Saltpeter said a myttle word or two which Madame Sadie Napthall, the fortune teller, had taught him, and cut tha queen of cluba V "Beat It," he said. L.Mr. Leipsig smiled, and without even looking at the deck eut and turned over hla card. It waa tha ace of tpadeat , The tmlle vanished from Mr. Saltpeter's face, and ha took $23 from hit pocket and added it to the pool already on tha By IRWG J. LEWIS. table. Mr. Letptlg placed tht money In a pockttbook and ttood for an Instant and smiled. Ht took the tee of a pa dee and toeaed H In the air, to that It touched tha calling, where It remained seemingly stuck to the pltster. Mr. Lelptlg fixed hit eye on some Invisible point In vacancy and suddenly reached up and- telaed a $20 gold piece. Mr. Baltpeter stared at the stranger. "Marvelous," ht said. Still smiling Mr. Leipsig took Mr. Saltpeter's hat which waa lying on a chair, and removed from the Intldt a 120 bill, folded so as to fit behind the and. "Oy, oy," said Mr. Baltpeter. "Why didn't I know It waa there?" The waiter placed a dish containing two hard-boiled eggt before Mr. Saltpeter. "I waa Just going to eat," tald Morris- "Allow me te open one of the eggs for you; It looks peculiar," tald Mr, Leipsig. "Go ahead." ssld Mr. Saltpeter. "Maybe It Is peculiar that way. Blmbelmeler's eggs ain't always what they should be." Mr. Leipsig look a steel knits, carefully cut the egg In two and took from the Interior a $10 gold piece. Mr. Saltpeter looked at tht man with the deepest respect. "Did you really find all this money 7" be asked. "Just tricks." said Mr, Ltlpslg. "I'm full of them." "Csn you do tricks with carder' asked Mr. Saltpeter eagerly. "I can de anything with cards; they are my particular lone suit" said Mr. Leipsig. , . . Mr. Saltpeter waved his hand to Mr. Fluegelmann and Levi Blausteln. "(Jo away, you two hangere-around," he commanded. "I want to hold a private conversation with Herr Leipsig. Be at the Chochems Poker Club to-night They Is going to be a big game. Bring lota of money." When Mr. Saltpeter and Mr. Leipsig were tlone tlie former stared at hit companion. "What I am going to tell you," tald Mr. Saltpeter, "It not to be told to n one else. Should t hear any one say that I said It I shall deny . It -and oast upon you the odious of dlasecllmatlng a falsehood." . , Mr. Leipsig smiled. "What you say win be under a rose," he tald. Mr. Saluieter looked at tht celling; and took a long breath. "So long as you been discretion, I don't can what you talk under," he aald. "Now, listen, Herr Leipsig, I been looking for a man like you for 10 yeara." "For whyf 1 "Te be a confederate,'' tald Mr. Baltpeter. "I been President of the Coohemt Poker Club, and I got a suspicion that f am being treated not right by certain other memben, one of whom, I got to say It, la that Levi Blausteln what came In hen with you." "Why, Blausteln la going to be" Mr. Leipsig paused, and then continued: "Never mind what I waa going to say. I forget It Aber, what caa I do for your" "Come up to the poker game at the Chochems Club to-night," said Mr. Saltpeter, "and deal good hands to tne and .. .. . .; .. . .. let me win money from Levi Blausteln and thoee Bclilsmlela, what been getting all of my guter mamma lately. I cut up wlbnlga with you." Mr. Lolpalg thought for a moment. "I will play In the game," he aald, "and will look out for my own winnings, res, I'll be there and take part to-night." Mr. Saltpeter shook handa with hit new acquaintance. "I want that you surprise those cheaters," he said. "You can deal good hands te ana party, can't you, and pretty good handa to the othen, to that they will do soma betting?" "Shire. I csn," aald Mr. Ltlpslg. "I told you I can do anything with cards." "Oy. fine,", said Mr. Saltpeter. "Surprise them; will you?" "I promise lo surprise you," said Mr. Ltlpslg. And he took hit leave. Mr. Saltpeter, left alor.e, lighted a cigarette, and smoked complacently. Then ht frowned. - "I wonder," he mused, "did he mean anything Insldloua In that last remark?" When Mr, Baltpeter entered the Chochemt poker Club that night he found Mr. Lelpalg and Mr. Blausteln already there. Ignati Fluegelmann, Yullut Shab. bosdeckel, Boloeay Blumstetn and Al Henbfeld, members o'f the club, also were present The Chochems were gsilng In a fascinated manner at Mr. Leipsig, who was engaged In tearing a pack of cards In two. He did tt deftly. "I'm to strong In my handa and wriste." tald Mr. Ltlpslg, "that If ewer I took hold of a mangood-by. I would break hit nonet to pieces." He looked at Mr. Saltpeter when he made .the assertion, and the latter smiled at the strong man. "Not me," he said, "you and me are friends. Nit wahr?" "Oewias. For sure," said Mr. Leipsig. "Now let's start the game," It waa decided to play all Jackpots. with a twenty-dollar limit, tha dealer to ante 13. Mr. Saltpeter brought out a raok of chips and several new packs of cards. Mr. Blsusteln waved the chips away. "We got to play with money," he said. "I Ilka to see the green goods on the tsble." Tha othtrt agreed to thlt, and Mr. Saltpeter privately tald to Mr. Lelptlg: "Don't start right off with the big hands te me and the poorer oaet to tht others. Walt a few mlnutea." "I'll start In 15 minutes," whispered Mr. Ltlpslg. Mr. HerahfeM dealt the first hand and Mr. Leipsig opened it Mr. Herehfeld was the only one who stayed. "You opened the pot for $2. the site of It. Herr Lelpalg," he aald. "I hope you won't take It demlaa should I make It $10 more. Which la what I do. Make it me a favor and raise It back." "I Just see -you." said Mr. Ltlpslg sharply. "Now give to me one card." Mr. Herehfeld emlled and dealt the card. "Not that tt ahould be thought that I took advantage of a ttnnger." ssld Mr. Herehfeld. "I will take one card, tht tame likewise." "I ll bet a dollar," tald Mr. Ltlpslg, who looked unhappy. "Just $20 more." said Mr. Herehfeld easily, "and hoping that I excite those cupidities of yours, ,Herr Lieptig, I put In this twenty-dollar gold piece, I bear you Ilka gold." 'Twenty more," aald Mr. Lelptlg, drop- Gam NATIONAL LEAGUE. Batting rarefee. Playere-Clubs. AB R. H. Pet. Luiierua, Philadelphia ens AS 1.'. .HIS Doria, New York 97 M lit .!! OHirnTH. CINCINNATI Wi M 17S -.Of uincnmaa, pittaaurg Daubert, Brouklyr. .., Markle, New Tork ... Bnyder, St. Louta Robertaon, New Tork, Kantleoaer, Pittsburg Collllia, Boetoa Luna, at. Leule Hchulta. nilraan T. CI.AHKH. CINCINNATI H X .V.2Mrj OROH CINCINNATI Cravath, Philadelphia . I. 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Hummel, Brooklya Heck. m. Louie McCarthy, Brooklyn O. Miller. Brooklyn Thorpe. New Terk Homnby, Bt. !.oula WINOO, CINCINNATI .., Phelan. Chlcaso LUACH, CINCINNATI ... Balrd. Plttebura Htandrldse, Chlcaso Fltapatrkk. Boston Teereau. New Tork Olaon. Brooklyn IriKMlsTaaa, Boeton Oram New Tork Coetello, Pltlebun Merer. Phllaitelphla Whallna. Boeton DALK. CINCINNATI .... Fucker, Hreosiya Byrne Philadelphia Rreenaaan. Chlosta Moran, Boeton Bchupp. New Tork ftAS 71 iti .nod MA . ta loi ,aui 4H4 BO 144 .SMI 44 40 im .Mill 62a 71 167 .! si a is .at V.J to 104 .tut 4U e-j im ,vi 11M 14 B78 lf .2N Bit 17 H .2HH 6.10 W 1IU .V i II M .2x2 BA7 tt IM .2X2 441 43 124 . .2X1 82 11 23 3M 75 I 21 .21' 114 Bt at .2X0 17 long Hits Br Clubs. Clubs. Chicago Philadelphia , Pltteburg St. Iule CINCINNATI. New York ... Brooklyn .... Boeton 14 24 .Zit 348 33 tW ' .27t KILLKKRR. CINCINNATI. B44 74 14 .274 O. Burna. New Tork KM 7t li! .271 Salxr. Chlcaso 4KB 74 HI .XTo J. 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M t 22 .234 . 123 21 62 .231 ITS 'JO 33 .282 204 52 43 S2S 441 24 loo 20 W .Zll t 12 .230 8 11 .22 23 73 .228 40 100 .227 133 41 75 .224 B02 40 113 .223 33 4 8 .122 51 US .221 22 .20 123 18 50 .lit 823 44 71 .118 1U3 17 41 .218 124 It 27 .218 Kl 4 18 .217 . 136 . . 42 834 40 .213 It .Pit t .214 M an .2na . 213 18 44 .203 400 M 82 .vo 10 1 2 .300 Club yielding- Records. Clubs. O. PO. A. B). TC. Aw. CINC'IN'TI.. 137 4118 t71 111 5T .Ml Boetoa Ill 4t4t 1IJ xes eeie . Fltteburt-.-. U ! " Philadelphia I4t 3IH net 111 lltt .Mi St. Loula.. 134 4MI 14 lit till .M4 Brooklyn... ltl 4M7 1171 137 ItSl .Ml New Tork... lit 4tlt 111? XI 4144 . Chicago Ill tilt 114 171 till .MT Double Playa Brooklyn, 17: New Tork. Ill: Philadelphia, 111; St. Leula, 111; Chlcaso. M: Claclaaatt, 147; Pittsburg, ltl) Boston, 111. Triple Play New Tork wa St. Louis, Lohert snd Doyle. Pasaed Balls Brooklya, II; Cincinnati, II: Boeton, I; St. Loula, II: Philadelphia, It; New Tork, 11; Chicago, II; Pittsburg, 14. Tan leading Bass Stealers. PlayereClobe, . O. Carey, Plttehurg 137 HKItZOO. CINCIK'TI ... 114 Balrd. Plttaburg Ill Saler. Chicago 141 Whltted. Philadelphia... Ill Butler, Bt Louis Ul Catahaw, Brooklyn Ill Johnetoa, Plttaburg .... 144 J. Miller, Bt. Louie 147 Robertaon, New Tork ..131 HB, Av. 31 ,!l! 34 ,!3 17 :iii 11 . .17 ! Ten Leading' Bun Getters. Playere-Clube. 0. R. Cravath. Philadelphia... 141 17 Doyle. New Tork 141 14 Carayt Pittsburg 137 71 Butler, St. Louie 1.H 71 Bancroft, Philadelphia.. 119 II Burna. New Tork Ill 71 Saler. Chlcaso Ill 74 O Mara. Brooklya 141 71 Miller, Bt. Louie 147. 74 klLLEPER. CIN'NATI.. Ill 74 Clnb Batting Records. Cluba. 0. AB. R. PH. PR. RH. Bt. Louis.... 114 Mil 171 1171 lit 17 CINC'IN'TI.. Ill 1134 117 1117 111 lit New .Terk.. lit Bill lit Mil lit 114 Brooklya... Ill ill! i:l 1161 114 171 Plttabara... Ill MI7 141 1131 117 111 Philadelphia 141 471 III 1I7T 117 171 Chlcaso Ill Kill 111 1131 111 111 Beaten Ill 4111 ill 1111 lit 113 in. IB. HR. TB. ER. 101 li ii l?It 411 11 31 ii lilt 431 114 It 14 1114 441 lit II 10 Kill 311 191 II 11 10M 381 III II 14 1147 391 lit 71 13 li4 341 lit 13 II l3l 374 Ten Leading Sluggers, Players Cluba Cravath. Phlla.., Luderae, Phlla. Baler, Chlcaso.... Doyle, New York, Lone. St Loula... Hlnchman, Pitta. 2B. 3B. HR. TR. EB. 31 T II 111 111 31 7 7 III 13 11 II III II It 4 161 It 14 34 13 GRIFFITH. CIN'I. II li Warner, Pitts 31 17 Williams, Chi 21 t OROH, CINCIN'TI. 13 1 II 101 Pltchtra' Rtcords. Pitchers-Clubs,. Rsrnes. Boston Hill. Pittsburg Hogs, Chicago Bnardmaa. St. L. . . Schuppt New York. 70 Av. .43 Av. .341 ,117 ,331 ,331 j ,317 ,311 111 W. L. SO. BB. H. Av. 0 13 11 41 LOO) w is s 33 I t. 1 0 0 f I4K) 12 1.000 1 0 S 18 11 1.000 1 tt 28 BS 1.008 ping In 40, "(tight back at you." said Mr. Hersh feld. "I raise you $20." "Mr. Ltlpslg stared at hie cards. "Who. dealt?" he demanded. In a hanh tone. "I dealt, and you know It." aald Mr. Hershfeld. "Then I quit," said Mr. Ltlpslg, showing down his hand. "I got two pairs, eights up. but those two raises of yours convinces me that you must - have me beaten. Take the pot You dealt and you earned It. I guess." "Just for tht refutation of thoee ansaltt I show my hand," said Mr. Herehfeld. 'Then It la." Ht spread out four hearts and a club. Then he added, talking to the chagrined Mr. Leipsig: "Bolossy he told me you was one of those card wis-ards, and I said a witard that way was no better poker player than any one -else, did he not deal . I done It to show you up." "I'll be even with you for that" said Mr. Ltlpslg. "Try it," said Mr. Hershteld. "I ain't a Chochem for nothing, I ain't. Xm I winner now? How do you doT I'll tuy a wlnnor, you see, till the end of the game," . Mr. Lelptlg elaborately shuffled the cards, and dealt. The opening waa paased until It reached Mr. Hershfeld. , "Now opts It." tald Mr. Lelpalg. Mr. Hershfeld knocked and shook hit head. A look of anwsement came over the face of Mr. Iiptig. He started to say something and caught himself. "Well, 1 open It myself," said Mr. Leipsig, and addressing himself to Mr. Hershfeld he said: "Come In and try It again." Mr. Hershfeld threw away hla - cards. am Alexander. Phlla.... Memeur, Pltiebsrf., Hitter, New York., Htandrklte. Chicago,. TONKT, CIN'TI. ... Rucker, Brooklyn.... latvle, BkiatoB Nelhaut, Ht. Loula... Nehr. Boston S. Smith. Rreoklyn.. Raton, Boeton Coombe, Brooklya... Pierce, Chlcaso Vaughn. Chlcaso .... bell, Brooklyn Ames, Ht, Louis Demaree. Phlla Mayer, Phlla Teeraau New Tork., James, Boeton , WelTee. Brooklyn DA LSI, CINCINNATI 17 Stroud. New Turk., 10 Rudolph, Boeton 21 Meadow. 81, Loula. 12 Mcquillan. Phlla... 12 Rimer, Phlla 11 Tyler, Boat en 10 Marquard, Brooklyn. 10 MrKKSERY. CIN... I OUOHOK, CtN I Herbert, New Tork.. 1 Kelly, Plttiburt 1 Hlrand. Beaton 1 Adama, Pltteburs... It Harmon, Pltuhurt.. 16 Dusk. St. Loul II Hushes, Boston 12 Roblnaos, Ht. Ixiull.. t Chalmarw, Phlla I 8CHNEIDKR. CIN... 14 Zabel. Chlcaso T Hallee. St. Louie 18 Humphries, Chicago.. 9 Perrttt. New Tork... 11 Lavender. Chlcaso... 11 Cheney, Brooklyn .... Perdue, St, lula.,,. LEAR, CIN'TI Diiuslaae. Chlcaso,., Mathewion. N. V. .. Bentcn. New York.. Kantlehner, Plttebs Orlnar. SI. Louie.... Appleten Brooklyn... Cooper, Pltteburt. . ,. Srhauer. New Tork., Adama. Chloaso Palmero, New Tork.. Baumtartner. Phlla. ., Altchlion, Brooklyn. Tlncup, Phlla Plsyere-Clube Cobb, Detroit St Collins, chlcaso Vtumter, Chicago Speaker, Hoeton Ruth. Boston Uretg, Huston Mclnnls, Athletlee Jackson, Chicago Vsach. Detroit Klrke. Cleveland Lewis, Bostun W. Davhr Athletics .....T..' Gainer, Boston Crawford, Detroit iiarbsr, Waahlnston Kevanafh, Detroit Slsler, St. Loula Bauman, New Tork Hrunl. Athletics C. Milan. Waahlnttoa Gondii. Waahlnston , r-ratt, Bt, Loula Shotton, St. Louis Howard, Bt, Louie Lalole, Athletlca Cady, Boston Mullln, New Tork R. Colllna, Boston ,' HoblHasl. Bostun atatsel. New York E. Foster, Washington . Wood. Bostun K. Murphy, Chicago Baker. Detroit C. Walker. Ht. Loula Janvrln, Bostun Bchalk. Chicago Chapman, Clevelaad Leonard. Boston Roth, Cleveland Cook, New York Austin, St, l,ouls ,, Lapp. Athletics Gardner, Hnaton Orkney. Cleveland High. Naw York J. Collins, Chicago Weaver, Chicago F7vana. Cleveland Hartsell, New York Shanks. Washington O. Foster, Boston McKee, Detroit Smith. Cleveland Glaring. Athletlee Shew, Waahlnston ........ Count be. Cleveland A Williams. Washington. , Kopp, Washington Vt:t. Detroit Pslsch, Chicago Plpp, New Tork Rueeell, Chicago Caldwell, New York ribald. Chli ago Barry. Boston Turner, Clevelend Wllle, Cleveland Burna, Detroit Schant. Athletlee C. Thomee, Boston Clcotte. Chicago Leery. St. Loula Wagner. Boston Hooper. Boston O'Neill, Cleveland ......... Young, Detroit Southworth. Cleveland .... Johnson, Washington Moeller, Waahlngton Morgan! Waahintton Mays, Boston Kopf. Athletlca Stanate. Detroit Lavan, St Louis W. Jameo, Detroit Severeld, St. Louie Henry, Weahtnatea Hraley, Xthltlra pecklnpeugh. New York... Nunamaker. New York.... Mayer. Chicago Johns. Chloaso . . . . O. Rush. Detroit Wellman. St. Louie Morlarlty. Detroit ......... Cree. New York Henrlkeen, Boston Jacobson. St. Louie Alesamler, New York Carrigan. Beaton Boone. New York Ayere, Waahlngton Walsh. St. Louis J. Wsleh. Athletlca Blackburn, Chlcaso McRride. Waahintton Melons. Athletics Ainemllh. Washington .... Oluhe Detroit .... Chicago ... Boston ..... Cleveland . St. Louie . Waahlngton Atheltlca . New Tork Cluba Pournier, Chicago . Cohb, Detroit Jackson. Chicago ... Kavanash, Detroit . E. Colllna, Chicago , ii1 mr tt . v g I II i t i - w mM 10 233 t 14S 1 33 1 87 100 4 35 1 20 1 10 1 a M It 81 10 M 8 1111 13 137 t HO T 70 it te 15113 15 174 4 23 14 It 16 KK 8 62 III 1.1 11 SU 11 3 11 Hw 10 78 10 DO 6 88 2 12 I t 1 B 1 13 14 17 17 1 1? 118 14 It7 T 56 10 78 18 1011 t AH 17 112 11 38 17 Bl 18118 12 76 12 32 10 4t 11 103 14 63 18 T 12 03 12 43 e 44 It 7 83 t 64 1 8 a an 15 .. 10 lu 34 2111 m its 10 37 41 113 74 187 23 i r. It 5 22 48 18 41 42 130 tl 310 VI 183 7 IM 74 231 102 1X1 tl 111 57 1X3 54 I.W 73 7 22 8 74 2117 101 248 ;i 177 61 2H3 83 221 3t 214 34 132 81 173 37 38. 114 6 24 4 12 4 10 I 23 :i2 124 61 242 Ki ri 58 2UI 33 1.H6 40 1111 7 217 77 121 5.1 23 133 54 218 74 177 71 137 1 148 43 13 46 170 It 200 76 203 64 123 40 13 11 1.13 .13 180 36 lul 43 108 6 4 23 38 6 36 24 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Batting A. rare get. AB. R. 604 143 6ue 115 412 M 632 107 87 16 447 42 400 02 6U2 81 3M 36 6.11 67 27 4 200 SO (SKI 7V 41 832 55 2K0 28 2 2 474 78 533 31 471) 61 .WO til 641 do 3"7 44 4S0 40 It 24 82 10 23 8 378 61 326 77 6V7 Tl 61 t 616 84 136 15 4UH 62 8U4 41 408 45 630 10" 48 8 87 tt 473 70 4n tt 815 28 4W 40 42 4(17 60 334 11 4 78 KM 17 . tea at 403 61 TV II e t , 417 33 . 80 4 . 44 3 . 36 t , 188 16 . St 1 . 64 lit 424 86 48A 3 142 2M1 422 164 12.1 84 847 ll2 37 227 236 63t 878 .-MS ITT 143 4.13 34 182 It 35 175 301 . sno 63 ins 173 7T 620 33 243 50 100 602 101 8T 16 m im 82 1 418 68 1511 417 372 477 190 12)1 Club Batting Recordt. Cluba Detroit Boston ..... Chloaio .... St. Loula .., Waahintton Cleveland .. Athletlee ... New York ., O. AB. R. , IM MSO 1S4 , 141 4731 101 , 111 47(7 IM , 156 4M4 III , IM 4IM Ii2 , 111 4i5t in , 111 4M7 Ul , 141 4U1 170 .T3SI .? .7. .730 .7311 I .TO i .H7 .037 .W6 . ,txo . I .6X1 .871 .6X3 .6I0 ,o.- .AM .538 JV4H .531 .320 .625 .022 .500 .fkrl .0 .OliO .St K ,6"0 .MKl ; ..vr I .300 .4NI .430 .4I .4H2 .42 , .444 .4UT .43T .4:13 .420 .414 .407 .4(10 .4CO I ..17& I .88 .334 ..VIS .33.1 .333 ;to .273 .178 .MO ,0)10 .000 .000 .Ouv H. Av, 'Jul ,M nm .334 I. ie .330 172 .323 23 t .313 141 .315 141 .313 175 .312 lul .3415 15t . 6 ,2M 5 ,21 176 .SI 12 .1111 7 .202 78 .XI W .201 137 .2NU 132 .2nt 138 Jim IW .137 154 .2.44 87 .2H3 133 .282 53 .2H1 13 .180 7 .2X0 106 .27 145 .278 134 .176 14 .274 141 .274 37 .174 138 .273 83 .273 111 .272 162 .271 18 .270 101 .im 128 .203 114 ,tH8 84 .2T 10(1 .288 tut .ma 108 lit 148 .231 143 .201 26 .231 M .2 113 .204 20 .203 23 .203 lit .XV M .231 11 .2311 t .200 47 SV) BH. SB. 8H. 1337 131 IN 1241 171 CI 1341 111 100 12M SOI 171 1177 IM 113 11M IM 171 1171 IK 1 US IM IM Long Hits By Clubs. IR.IB.HR. TB. EB. .. 101 07 21 1401 484 .. Ul IS 21 1171 421 ..IK 7i 14 1441 187 .. 173 74 II 1M7 J77 ., M B 8 UN 81 .. 1H 71 11 lUd Ml .. 171 47 II USI Ml ...1S3 41 K 1171 941 Tan Leading Sluggers, t .230 1,18 .248 106 .348 lit .247 21 .24T 83 .240 tv .248 104 .248 31 .244 30 .244 M t 84 .141 44 .240 16 64 .238 83 .238 128 .237 88 .235 88 .234 41 .232 33 .231 100 .220 44 .220 8 .221) 86 .tit 68 .228 111 .224 14 .222 44 .222 I .221 17 .221 116 .221 54 .220 II ,22l) 22 .21 121 .210 22 .213 8 .218 42 .213 18 .211 88 .311 11 .210 10 .2IK) 17 .ma 12 .2.17 11 .207 83 .20)1 08 .20II M .201 30 .KM 34 .2 10 IB, IB. HR. TB. KB. Av. . M 17 I 206 a ,4M . H 11 I 287 11 .411 .11 14 I M II .449 . 14 11 4 141 IS .441 . 21 11 4 226 64 .440 "Got nothing," he said. Mr, Blumsteln. who had peered into Mr. Herehfeld e hsnd, said In a stage whisper: "Oy, I thought you had three kings." Mr. Hershfeld made no reply and Mr. Leipsig looked disturbed. He showed his openers, and they were three aces. The game went on for a few minutes, and Mr. Lelpalg again shuffled the cards. He looked at Mr. Saltpeter and asked: "What time is It?" "Half-past eight," said Mr. Saltpeter. "Well, we been playing just lii minutes," said Mr. Leipsig. "And It li time something was doing." . "Sure, go to It. ' sa'd Mr. Baltpeter, with much satisfaction. "Deal big bands." And he set himself for a big play. Mr. Saltpeter had aces and Jacks snd looked' on with much composure when Mr. Blausteln opened the pot for tht limit. Mr. Fluegelmann stayed, remarking: ''I should raise It only that I want all hands In this time." "I'll raise It for you." said. Mr. Saltpeter. He threw $4(1 into tha center of the table. ' Mr. Lelptlg looked eagerly at Mr. Herehfeld. "You are going to raise It," he said. "You look Ilka you htd a big hsnd." Mr. Hershfsld examined hla five cards, and laid them In front of him. "I'm out," he sold. . "Why are you out?" demanded Mr. Leipsig Indignantly. "Make me no questions," said Mr. Hershfeld. "I got your money, and I'm going te keep It, small as the amount lr." Mr. Leipsig nearly dropped the deck, such was his wrath. "I Ilka that I get evea with you," he said. Voach. Detroit ... Crawford, Detroit Hlnink. Athletlca Rpeeker, Boston , Pratt, St Loula . Cluba New York.. Boeton , . . , Chlcaso ... Waahlngtoa Detroit .... Clevelend M. l-oula .. Alhlellci .. Pitchers -clubs. nelih, Chicago 1 net sue, Bl Jiuts.., 8 1'arat, St, Luul 1 Hhciitan, Athl.tke. 1 I ll'l'l'. New lork... 1 Varkle, New lork., 1 iiiiinan, Ht, L.oma Morrisette. Athletlee. oimi:. hi, 1 .011 Is. Kiev, Uasninauin . ()dhsm, Detroit ... Wnd. Bostun Ruth. Bostun Shore, Uiisf n U. Foster, Huston . Leonard, Boston ... Sci.tt, Chicago .... folsnd, Detroit ... YV. Johnson U'mh Uat a. i..,.i. Wolfgang, ChtoatoV Hoehler, Detroit ... W. James, Detroit., 12 II Russell, Chicago .... 11 II R. Collins, Hoeton.., I 4 Sleler. Bt. Loula.... 4 I Crowell, Athletics.. Breseler. Athletics... Weaver. Athletlee.,. Meehan, Athletlca... Key. Athletics Turner, Athletlee ... Richardson. Athl. .. Bother n, Ht. Loula.. Ecclss, Athletics ... Haas. Athletlee .... Baumtardnor, St. L, Vance. New Tork . . . Donovan, New Tork. Davis. Athletics Fllllntlm. Athletlee.. Nabore, Athletlca ... KauC. Brooklyn I.. Magee. Brooklyn. Barter. Plttebura Fleener. Chicago . . . . . Deal. St. Loula Campbell, Newark... Lennoi, Plttaburg Mann, Chicago W. Millar, Ht. Louie Konetchv, Plltsburt Flack, Chicago Wilson. Brooklyn ,, A. Wilson, Chtcieo Evana, Baltimore Kenworthy, Kanaae City.. Tohln, tt. Louie Terkae, Pltteburg Dalton. BulTalo Zwllllnt. Chlcaso Cooper, Hrooklyn Roush, Newerk Horton, Ht. Louie .... Kelley, Pittsburg Walsh, Ht. Louis tniase. buffs lo Ollmore. Kanaae City.. Crnmlall, St. Louis.... hhsw. Kanaae City..,. Wlckland. Pittsburg... R. iMyeni, Brookly.i... Vaughn, Bt. Loula.... Mowroy. pittshurs Oakrs. Pittsburg Mar shell. Bunalo Hartley St. louls , Qrlsga. Brooklyn Easterly, Knnsae City.... Lnudn. Buffalo Bcheer, Newark Zlnn, Baltimore Weetenll. Chicago M. Brown. Chicago.... Duncan, Baltimore Lord, Buffalo Roech, Buffalo llendrla, Chicago Tinker, Chicago Drake, Ht. Loula Rnele. Buffalo McC-mnell. Chicago ... Land. Brooklyn O. Anderson. Brooklyn. 241 71 lit 4044 1114 111 llil .Ill 114 4111 111! lit 1141 .143 III 4011 Itll lit 1.131 .III 111 4114 3104 111 1131 .III 111 in: im 111 13:1 ,ii Double Playa Cleveland, 77: St. Loula, 117; Waahlnston, 107; Athletlee, 111: lie-troll, 103; Chicago, II; New Tork, 130; Boeton, II. ..Triple Playe-Cleveland (21 va. New York; Wood aad Chapman; Cleveland va, Athletlca; Barbara. Waiubyranea snd Klrke. St. Iuis va. Boeton: Shotton, Staler and Severeld. Pasaed Halle Cleveland, 1?; Athletics, II; Chicago, li: Detroit 11; Waehlntten, 17: St. Louie, 17; New York. It; Boston, Ttn Leading Bass Stealers. Playsra-Clube. Cobb, Detroit Malsel. New York .... Shotton, St Louis ... K. Collins. Chlcaso ., Moeller, Waahlnttoa , Milan, Waahlnston ,, J. Colllna, Chlcaso .. Chapman. Cleveland , Coak. Naw York ... Bush, Detroit Ttn Leading Ran Getters. Playere-Clube. Cobb, Detroit V'itt, Detroit E. Collins. Chicago . Hpeaksr. boeton ... Kournlsr, Chlcaso .. Chapman, Cleveland Bueh, Detroit Hooper, Boston .... Murphy, Chicago ... Shotton, St. Louis .. O. SH Av. 114 It .11 1S4 II .37 111 44 .31 in 44 .: in 34 .ti 141 4.1 .31 141 37 .11 112 31 .24 131 II .14 111 II .11 0. R. Av. HI 141 .11 41 in .; Ill III .71 141 117 .71 lis 13 .11 111 101 . M .11 141 II .11 136 14 .11 11 10 .11 Pitchers' Records. SO. BB, t KM i 11 lie IS tl 04 2t II 13 Dupiott, Washington 2 I 18 Aycrs, nasmnglo.i.. 16 3 V4 Maya, Boston 4 8 68 Mogrides, New Tork Is t Cole. New Tork .... 3 8 20 Brenton, Cleveland.. I 1 17 8 t 104 I It2 8 80 Perry man. St. Louis. 1 8 17 Brown, New Tork... 1 S 33 Knowunn. Athletlca. 4 7 22 Coumhe. Cleveland.. 4 T 3S Hamlltan, Bt Uuls. t It 60 Walker, Cleveland... t t 87 Hagrrmaa. Cleveland 7 18 86 Bheehan, Athletics.. 4 8 28 Keating, New York,, 8 6 87 Hersted, Cleveland. . 3 6 34 Collamore. Cleveland 1 4 16 Phillip St. Louie... 1 I 4 Russell, New York.. 1 2 21 navies, Athletlee ... 1 3 S Carter, Cleveland ... I 2 12 Wyckcej, Athletics. H, Jones, ciwv..land Hhaw, Washlnstoa.. Hush, Ainiellce) ou-n, n.in.,1, .4k I Plank. Ht. Louie. . . 1S7 SU ,41luulnn Halllnutra.. Ill 47 ,411 1 Kamond, Newark., 30 II .3M Rarldan. Newark. Club Fielding Records. I &. $&:: lir, . w irt i "-B"w. ounaio.. H. Av. It !. 00 3U I WW la l.u m 11 i.ae 1.0.0 tl.VUU 11 l.too 3 l.UUl 18 I.IOU 111.0 k 42 112 776 1 7 lull .lilt tl 2IO ,7.. S3 2111 ,;u H'l .10 7u 21s ,11,8 73 137 971 05 261 .t7 11 13 ,887 1MLUS Detroit 'JM IS isi. lis v. a Covelsskle. Detroit.. 28 16 142 83 104 iJ Kaber. Chloaio 23 II lea 1,0 2M . Uresg. Boston 5 I 4 20 71 ,8i0 llelier, New York.. II 11 v 80 328 .821 Oa 11a, Wmhlnglon. 16 Hi 130 83 224 .810 Dubus. Detroit 17 12 It 89 iM ,t4 Hens, Chkago 14 II TS 41 iM .640 !?' LS'U 37 131 JI5 Ocite, Chicago .... 13 n 102 44 2! ,042 Caldwell, New York. It It 123 too 281 .020 Wsllaas. 81. Louis. 16 18 120 83 246 .OOu Morton, Cleveland... It 16 123 80 101 .600 Hoehllnt, Waah 13 18 lie) 114 21) .600 Koob. St Louie.... B 6 18 4T 120 0Wl narper, naanmsion. e Oarrtlt, Cleveland.. 1 1 2 1 48 SO It JO a a 21 .1x0 21 13 36 .000 IS 11 40 .lot) lo 4 21 .60S 8T 131 314 481) 12 66 117 .476 It 81 84 .438 43 80 8) .444 Pleh, New York 4 I 40 tfl 80 .444 W. Mitchell. Clave.. 11 14 142 1-3 tot .41 Hhawkey. New York. 8 18 85 74 171 ,ifl Lowdsrmllk, Detroit It It 145 164 111 .408 20 111 ,400 11 32 .401) 23 42 .400 20 no , IT 61 .400 47 97 .878 S3 108 .MM .18 123 .384 OA 180 .380 OS 121 JOT 78 16T .600 68 121 ,3'Ul 43 IB) .1133 38 81 .H.13 48 .83-1 It M 17 .331 10 .3 II 44 .838 10 32 lot 185 338 ,118 I T 8 12 6 10 S 8 4 IT 0 3 78 3d p. ..... Klepfer. Cleveland... 3 t 18 18 ta 1 4 o s 2 14 T a 13 IT 18 18 20 31 8 1 13 18 AB. ft, .. 480 02 .. 448 87 ..40 1 .. 280 SO .. 226 21 .. 624 76 .. 31 1 .. 448 Tt .. 523 TO .. 558 78 .. OOO 83 ,, 38 6 .. 258 48 . 538 ft2 . Hi 58 . 811 80 ..416 43 .. 4.14 88 .. 624 83 .. 624 .. 532 St 121 .31111 Tt 111! .134 to 184 .23 18 47 .20 48 IT ,2-0 IIS 183 .ISO 10 II .000 8 4 0 It 8 23 II 13 in M 11 J4 FEDERAL LEAGUE. Batting Averages. Plavare Cluba. T4 S8 640 ST .. 51.1 .. 431 48 ..085 86 .. 411 64 .. 140 17 .. 4 .16 88 .. 461 70 .. 841 1 .. 611 M ..504 66 ..608 64 .. 18, 3 .. 387 46 . 40 4 . 303 80 . 487 67 ..524 .. .112 80 .. 208 28 .. 78 t ..600 ST .. 307 4 ,. 3.11) .10 .. Ill . 88 21 7 84U .13 407 53 .. 202 .. Sub T ,110 t .00) 6 .000 16 .001) 7 .00 II .1100 21 .OKI 2 .000 19 Ono 66 .000 67 (100 41 .0 0 61 .000 Av. .140 .127 .327 .320 .311 14 .114 .312 .310 ,38I .3" K) .308 .301 ..130 2181 .208 .208 .2li .2114 .204 .208 J." .202 .202 .312 .3.1 .288 .284 .282 .22 .282 .282 .281 .178 .278 .276 .274 .271 .278 .272 .270 .KB .20 .280 .2118 .288 .280 .20 .2111 2X1 .2811 .211.1 Mr. Fluegelmann and Mr. Saltpeter were the only onee who had stayed with the opener, Levi Blausteln. The latter Inspected his hand with an anlxout manner at least It appeared so to Mr. 8alt:eter, who wat happy and confident. "One more raise back," said Mr. Blausteln, Mr. Fluegelmann stayed and Mr. Salt, peter, after hesitating about raiting again, just saw tha money. M r. Blsusteln said : "(live It me one card, and maybe I could get along without it" Mr. Fluegelmann took one card also. "One to me, and make It a big one," said Mr. Baltpeter. He did not even feel surprised when he inspected the card dealt to him and found It was the ace of hearts, making him an ace full. "Oy, but this feller Leipsig is a fine man to work with," he said to himself. "I treat him to something after the game." Mr, Blausteln, the opener, held up hit hand to attract attention. "The limit It r-"0." he said. "Us three got It to ourselves for a few minutes. I motion that we forget the limit for this hand and bet all we like." "Do ta you please," said Mr. Fluegelmann. "I d rawed for a flush and did not catch." "It suits me," said Mr. Saltpeter. "Oo as far as you like." "How much money you got?" asked Mr. Blausteln. "Three hundred and sixty dollars and my sleeve links, worth 20 more," tald Mr. Saltpeter. "There It I30." tald Mr. Blautteln. "It a tap, Morris." Inel H CM at . ?it wW A11 fit mi ..irii'cc.c7J-::::::::: in . 141 4113 1111 lit 1131 .Mi j "ports iTwarii Si Brown. Kansaa Cltv 121 Welsa, Chicago 73 Halt, Brooklyn 622 Knabe Baltimore 321 Herghaminer. Plttaburt...-. 448 Peering. Kansas city. nrnncn. Brooklyn Oondwm, Kansas City,, Hanforil, Chicago Packard, Kansaa City., Russell, Baltimore.... Ballsy Chlcaso Fred Smith, BrmaVlyn, Kruser, Kansas Csty... Korea. HI. Loula Pi Johneon, M. Louis. Klrkuattlck. Baltimore II. Mayer. HuKalu.... Bradley, Newark Brldw.ll. Ht. l-ois..:. Howard. Brooklyn) yiwiner. Plttebuqs..,, Horman. Hunaio. n.ll..h.. lullln Downey Buffalo. Berry, Plltsburt Hennlns. Kansas City. Main. Kansaa city... F Smith, Brooktyn... 11. Smith, Brooklyn... Bt. Louie.. Chlcato .. Newark .. Buffalo ... , 173 1 1(4 ht 178 . 02 , 37 1 Tl 408 1 241 , 16 . 3DI 1 171 403 . 233 , 173 . 36 . 211 . 814 Chadbourne. Kansas city.. 670 (elder, Chicago.... 471 Bchaerer. Newark.. l: Blair, BulTalo 288 stovali, Kanaae Cky 4H Huhn. Newark 404 Hauaer, Chlcaso.. 54 Beaton. Newark.. M Suaga, Baltimore.... ,, TT Beck. Chicago 888 Whlteihouoe. Newee-k... M Farrell. Chicago 123 Raw lings, Kansaa CKy 802 Reulbach. Newerk, 85 Pratt, Newark... 62 Klrby. Si. Loula 17ft Bmlth Baltimore 4O0 Asler. Baltimore. 288 Met andieee. Baltimore bw .. nr? .. 271 .. 177 .. 36 ., 78 .. 60 .. T SI .2 40 lit .2.1 12 27 .2 1. SU IM .2-. . 45 1 .'! S3 l .2-M S3 8S .2 .1 a i. 2.' 4 a . tt ta ,2i tl 1.11 .240 15 56 .'JIM. 4 18 .HI 41 12T ,2U 8 78 .113 VI 1" Jf4l no im .241 11 23 ,tl 22 53 llir 38 4.1 .2 Ml a 12 .x.v t it .tm 17 . 43 118 ,r 34 01 .1.1 17 44 .311 63 II XU1 n 4 1 4 67 lot .214 10 61 .1" 30 40 .r.K- 6 t .TJI 14 48 .l"-'7 at Tt ,r'T 73 I'M .2". an ua .2v8 28 20 ' 23 t4 .r-i 47 io4 .r-'j 36 M .2 2 t 12 .til ' T It .Kl IT Xl 84 81 rjo 11 21 .H 3t 48 .115 SO t4 .214 1 It HI T 11 .112 16 38 .312 -.18 tt . : H Si . 48 80 e 23 J04 : 34 66 .23 22 68 .22 2 II . ( 16 .! 6 It J.l ( 11 . Club Braiding Records, nuha. O. PO. A. K. TC v. PltUburr 161 tone 18M 172 eoiT 471 Ht. 1-ouls 108 4108 117 310 ami .07 Newark 140 4"ft8 1VTT tut 8271 .! " Buffalo 133 4041 I38 342 8.121 I2 C hicago 150 4"63 10n3 337 IH2 Kanana City.... 100 8H8 3116 360 S3u4 ll Haltlmore 146 62i loss tea 81.13 jkv , Brooklyn 103 4081 M1 288 taa) oo Doubts Pleye Pittsburg. 87; Brooklyn. 101 n. Haltlmore. 132: Buffalo. 18; &. LouU, Hi?; Kanaka Ctty, 00: Newark. 118: Chlcaso, !. - Triple risrs Bt. Ixmls (2) vs. Brook I) n. Tohln, Brldwsll, Johnson and Borton. va. Baltimore. CrsndsJI. Deal and Borton. Kansas City ve. BurTalo, Perrlna. Kenworthy, stovall end Easterly: Brooklyn ve. St. Loula Cooper, F, -Smith. Bredlry, H Smith and Holt. PsmmI luills Plttsburs. IT: RmftklvM fl M 160 ,61 Baitlmire. 14: Buffalo. 18; St. Louis. 18; Kan- aas city, 14; Newark, s; cnicsso, a. Ten Leading Bass Stealers. ever Kaufl, Brooklyn ... Masse. Brooklya ... Flack, Chicago ..... Mowrey. Pittsburg . Kelly. Plltsburt ... Myere. Brooklyn ... Louden. Buffalo Cooper, Brooklyn .. Johneon, St. Louis . Miller, St Louis ... 0. . 115 . 1211 . 138 . 148 . 145 . 1IT . 140 . 152 . 140 . 103 Ten Leading Run Ottttrs, ittra. Players Clubs. Magee, Brooklyn Berthauiimer, Plttaburg Kauri. Brooklyn Dvana, Baltimore Borton, St. Loula Flack, Chicago Campbell, Newark .... Chase. Buffalo Tobln, Bt. Louie Esmond. Newark 0. 120 12T 1.16 146 1S8 138 127 144 106 140 SB. , Av. 68 .42 33 .2) 38 .27 38 ,!il 311 ,'.M 28 .10 30 .21 31 .20 : .'- 38 ' .2U R. Av. 87 .73 81 .12 fj 88 M .M tT .41 83 .81 78 .81 86 .58 SO . .38 at) ,h Club Batting Records. Cluba. O. AB. R. Bit. SB, SH Av. Brooklyn.... 162 eot 845 jail 244 let ,2"8 Pittsburg ... 101 4M82 671 1371 lo ,23 lot OfloV 823 1311 in .10 100 4WV8 lit 1176 188 188 X'l 140 4804) 668 1228 1T4 11 .2.'! 162 6031 671 1246 18 118 .MT Kansaa Cltv 150 4848 640 1181 148 171 .144 Baltimore... 148 asoe est usx 12U ia .it Long Hits By Clubs. ClUbS. IB. IB. HB. TB. Bfl. Av. Brooklya 301 14 M 178A 46T JOT Chloae-o 178 78 41 1T4S 4t .3X3 St. Louis 107 82 23 1747 434 843 Pltteburg 18S TT IS 18.13 l0 ,41 Buffalo 180 44 40 jano 4,17 .114 Newark 200 77 17 1838 4 .fcj Kansas City 101 84 38 1688 4fl3 .ti-7 Baltimore 188 60 It 1676 SM .Ii4.. Ten Leading Sluggers. Players Cluba. Kauri. Rreoklyn Konetchy, Pittsburg. Chase, Buffalo uann, Chicago. Kwlllleis. hlcal Chi emeu Cllmors. Kansas City. 22 16 Tobln, rit Loula 17 14 Evana, Baltimore 81 10 Flack, Chicago 17 14 Cooper, Brooklyn 26 It Pitchers' Records. w Burk. Pltteburg .... i Herbert Bt Louis... 1 McConnell, Chicago.. 36 Marshall. Buffalo ., 2 Plank. Ht. Louie 20 Cullop. Kansas City. 20 tfeuinecn, newark.. ia M. Brown, Chlcaso.. It Allen. Pltteburg XI Dickson, Pittsburg .. 7 Packard. Kan. Cltv So Marlon, Brooklrn ... 18 Andsreon. Buffalo... IS Smith, Brooklyn ... 1 Roane. Pittsburg.... 18 Crandall, 81. Louie.. 30 Bchula, Buffalo 21 Knetser, Pittsburg... 17 Moran. Newark 13 Davenport. Ht. Louis S3 Barker Plttebura 8 Johnson, Kansas City 10 Prendersast. Chi 13 Hendrla, Chicago.... Id Moaeiev, Newark.... 14 Kalserllng. Newark.. 14 (Iroum. HI. Ixiula. .. II Comats.a, Pittsburg, s Hrandom, .Newark .. Bedlent Buffalo ... 15 Main. Kansas city.. 13 Bluejacket. Brooklyn iu Wataon. St. l-oula.. II nnnens. Brooklyn.. 10 Falkenberg. Brooklyn 13 Wilts. Brooklyn Seat on. Newark Black. Baltimore ... Npham, Brooklyn ... Suggs. Baltimore.... R. Johneon, Haiti... Wlllett, St. Louie .. Hearne. Pittsburg... Hennlng. Kan. City Qulnn, Baltimore. .. . Le Clair. Baltimore. Bailey. Chicago Krapp. Buffnl Brennan, Chhago ... Walker. Brooklyn'.. Conley, Baltimore .. Wllscn. Brooklyn .. Woodman, Buffalo .. Blackburn. K. C. . . Touns. Baltimore . . Billiard. Newark ... Adama. Kansas City. Khmke, Buffalo . . . ia B. na tb, xb. av. 23 II 12 243 80 . 28 IT 10 2H4 S3 .478 83 I 17 380 101 ,471 11 IS 4 203 88 .4.1 80 t II tie Tl .4-11 L. SO. 0 t 0 11 10 134 1 21 11 1.14 11 He 10 112' t 0.1 13 127 4 .17 12 MT I 43 11 133 t 6 II 81 14 108 16 10T 16 116 10 8 IT 21T 7 41 15 113 11 83 15 111 14 128 14 l 11 110 3 16 1 IT 18 108 14 1)0 IT 107 8 40 21 lltt 7 40 It 117 30 Si X 174 SB .423 t 133 Tt .417 1 221 SO .411 1 304 61 .408 t 213 6S .406 BB. H. Av. . 11 I . , 16 48 1.0U 84 SM .716- 84 88 .tttl.i 611 Km .840 84 270 .840 80 321 .843. S3 177 .1 48 . rt 2.11 .ll 31 111 6 4 14 241 .Uii S3 100 .bis 74 IH'I .813 SU 173 Ht 221 .611:1 74 1W8 JU 146 - 83 23 ,5"7 ' 84 103 .08.1i 08 72 ,M4 . 43 116 ,aw 67 244 .0 .8 08 117 .612 84 148 .018 ' IT 216 ,0lO 82 2"-'3 ..VJ 74 2i .rwv 41 . 13 .V, .fiun 86 2T7 .44 88 IT'i .481 Tl 103 . 474 98 1.11 .474 88 11(8 .403 53 2 .441 . S 32 .414 112 208 .4.13 44 l .'O .4-.S It 13T .429 74 2al .4 1 4 8U 2U1 .408 It 84 ,4n) S3 11 .8.VI 80 170 .304 . 61 27 .0 28 US .! 117 20H .2 1 11.1 178 .28 V 118 .208 211 82 ,:il S6 03 t 18 13 27 13 26 87 ,2II 84 111 IX It ,0011 24 .ir 31 . I M UOI Mr. Baltpeter smiled widely and threw in his money and sleeve llnka "It la a lesson to in Impulsive youtn. ne saia. "Oy, I got an ace full." "That's second." said Mr. Blausteln, , raking In the big pot. "Four eights. Bursting with fury nr. Baltpeter giareu., at Mr. Lelpalg. "Bay. you Leipsig, what.. kind of a dealer are you, anywayr- ne . demanded. "I like that you answer." Mr. Leipsig waved his hand. "I promised to surprise you," he said. Then he turned tcward Mr. Hershfeld. "For why did not you come In?" he asked. "Did, you not have a hand?" "I had four sixes," said Mr. Herehfeld calmly. "Then why did you stay out?' asked Mr. Blausteln. ., "Beacuse Leipsig dealt that's why," said Mr, Herehfeld. "He used to do card, tricks on the stage, and I know him," Mr. Leipsig and Mr. Blausteln left the, club together. Hal fan hour later Mr. Saltpeter, weary . and without funds, walked Into the Leh- mann Hotel and asked Abie Morning-star, the night clerk, to hand him the key to his room. ' "Fine evening after that hotness." said a voice at Mr. Saltpeter's shoulder. He looked quickly around. The speaker waa Levi Blausteln. Mr. Saltpeter laid strong hand on Levi's shoulder. "Oa the level. Levi," he aald, "and man " to man, for why did Xelpelg do It like he '. did?" "Didn't you hear?" asked Mr. Blausteln. , "Him and me are going to be brothert-ln-' law, and he wanted that 1 should have a good lot of money go that I should give them a fine present. He's going to marry . I my sister next Thursfay."

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