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z. NI YOU! IN .1 40VERNM ENT L WILL HAVE you I alASIN MEXICANS u. f yp DU DONT ViAtCH OUT, CritM ILI Hit liar, HAb -ro .5 MILE AVterPEItFokm wiE-t -F415 STUNT It4 -Me A-PI lEA'LY 40,000 SEE SOX BEATEN Mgoks Win, 8-2 and 6-03 Before Record Holiday Crowds .11.. first Game Goes Overtime, Champions Scoring Six Runs in 1 Oth. A 1 AmERICAN LEAGUE RESULTS , I Attendance rbilatitlphia 2, floNton 2 (a nt 10 Intirri) 12,979 rtiladelphis I. Itooton 0 (p in) 20,214 goahinaten-New York Bain (IrvUM-Pt fruit Cold a thirato Cold h 010 . rtilsdriphis I. Boston 0 (0 in) It Wigton-New York t trvrtosti- Dr trot t Lottle-tilksito American League Standing Won Lost Pto won (hkotio ............ 8 1 .833 Washington ...... 8 1 .50 8ro Tork ........... 1 .607 St Loots. 3 2 .600 Detroit 3 2 .600 ihgaddphin 2 2 .400 002 1913 .500 1,000 .167 .400 .41t .800 IMIATON 2 4 .333 .280 clevIitnd , , 0 A .000 .667 knell Carl League Games Today. Made ;phi& at Boston. Isishington at New York. It Look at rid( sgo. Cleveland at Detroit. RECORD HOLIDAY CROWD. But It Had Few Chances to Cheer for Home Team. By T. 1i. LU1tNANE. There was a perfect stage setting for baseball at Fenway I'ark yesterday, for the lovers of the game were out in inrce and never had more enthusiasm to offer when there was the slightest chance for the Red Sox to show their real form. It was the largest holiday crowd ever seen at a ball game in this city, and there haVe been atonic pretty swell crowds in the past. The official count for the two games yesterday was 39,823. The morning game drew out an unusually large crowd-1979 being pretty near the record for a morning game in I3oston. In the afternoon there were 2ii,8-14 spectators, who remained to the finish, although there was quite a heavy fall of rain during several innings and many a loyal rooter went home not only badly diaappointed by the weak showing of the Speed Buys, but soaked to the skin as well. The morning game went to the Athletics by 8 to 2. although the score was tied in the ninth Inning. In the 10th weakness on the part of the Red, Sox and some ellek stickwors by - the Champions were good for six runs and I victory. Boston I'd by I to 0 for seven innings, but in the eighth a pass and two doubles by Collins and Baker put the Athletics Nri the lead, 2 to 1. The Red box tied ktha score in this Inning, when Janyrin nee home from third on Eddie Plank la a most sensational manner and put the crovid on edge for one mighty howl. but the loth inning closed the entertainment, and the Alackmen enjoyed their lunch, for it was their first victory of the season. In this game Ray Collins pitched first-class hall. It was Hugh Itedieht whom the Quakers masAcred in the 10th. i 1 1411okt:19y Gtelatn.laguemrp MfanckA. f teprennonOoni When the time came to start the afternoon game dark clouds were low- r ering, and there was a hustle to get the 'Play started. Foster was put in by Manager Carrigan, and Pennock, a clever left-hander, was sent to the firing 4 not -) only proved a mighty good workman in yithe box, but swung his bat with the I grace and freedom of a lusty farmer 'threshing out it stack of oats. in the second game the Athletics got the Jump in the fourth inning by scoring (cur runs, whereas ordinary fielding Would have held them scoreless. And ithese four runs were a mighty high fetwe for the Red Sox to scale. The Mackmen also scored runs in the eventh and ninth, winning by 6 to eine Red Sox got only one hit in the ,hrst Fix innings, getting another in the seventh and two in the ninth. The Inme team displayed no form whatever irith the stick, and although the crowd cheered.whenever a Boston man made I food play or reached first base, there . was nothing to, it from start to finish but the lively Athletics. Pennock, althotath a bit wild at times, pitched an intelligent game and was . . barked up in superb manner by his infield. especially McInnis and Barry, . ishae Collins came within a hair of i' InAKItg I most marvelous play on a vunder that Gardner hit over second him SPoaker made one clever running eatch in center field, Scott won the ,hearte of the fans by his splendid work iat short. and Thomas continued his Nem and accurate throwing to the 'beset . That four-run inning in the second Finle itoted Hite a cross-counter on the liss of an Opponent who did not seem to ears to come back for more. It put the Athlettes in a position to play with rare Ilthilice and the home players failed 11:0, resnonel to the call for a rally, al- In onKh the immense throng sat and elteerrid anti watched and waited for :iso,,rnething to turn up. But there did i:tol'etn to be a good kick left in the 711"ti tioye after that man Pennock i wavered his wallop in the second in- tire. The Red Sox are riot hitting the ball so far this season They need practice. 1 117d s' Int of It. I never saw a team , .,.,17tneedeci it more. To win games the - "t 'tan boys must commence to hit 'th'It biku Pretty e This table Will Soon, - times the number of , the Players reached bases in the , two tattles yesterday; faa.,--- -,i Women--Save money by maklet your purchases from Globe advertisers. Be sure to read the advertisements in today's Globe.. STANDISH AR,k1A.'W OLLAR f 4et 12' Cac!r2A Athletics Boston .. - SECOND GAME Alta Ptles ' 11 -, 6 6 boNton 8 4 0 PIIILA AR It B11 Murphy rf 3 2 1 Daley If 4 . 1 0 E Collins 211 5 2 3 Baker ab ,, .... 4 0 1 McInnis lb 5 1 2 Strn uk cf 4 1 1 Parry ss 4 1 -2 Sehang c 5 0 . 2 llonek p 0 0 0 Orr .... 1 0 0 AVyekorf p 2 0 0 Plank p 2 0 ' 0 Totals 39 8 12 BOSTON 'Hooper rf 3 0 0 Engle lb 5 0 1 Speaker et 4 0 1 Lewis If 3 1 1 flartiner 3b 4 0 1 Yerkes 2b 3 0 0 Soon ss 4 0 1 Cady 4 0 1 It Collins p 2 0 0 tNunmsker 1 0 0 tJanvrin 0 1 0 Bedient p 0 0 0 Itehg If 1 0 0 Kelly p 0 0 0 ritS11 GAME ' ' : - 114 - 214 8B Home Tie 44 - 22 14i 9 ' - 8 55 13 8 8 2 29 29 12 Morning Game. Ray Collins had good support in the morning game and got through till . the eighth inning without being .cored on, althou.gh he was not in.his best form. Meanwhile the Red Sox had scored a run in the second inning, When Lewis led off with a fine double to left -and Larry Gardner followed with a single to right. It looked like more runs when Yerkes put Gardner on secont with a sacrifice and Scott followed with a single which put him on third. There was nothing doing, however, as Cady hit to Baker and Gardner was thrown out at the plate, and on Collins' groumler, Scott was forced -at third, Baker to Schang. This. one run looked good enough until the eighth inning, when Collins started off by giving Murphy a base on balls. Daley sacrificed. Collins doubled. scoring Murphy. and Eddie came home himself a, moment later when Baker also doubled. and the score stood 2 to I, with the Red Sox on the, short end. Carrigan' s men tied it up in their half of the eighth, when, with one out, Speaker singled, it being the second hit made off Wyckoff, who had gone in to pitch for the Athletics in the third. Baker fumbled Lewis' grounder, so Speaker reached third, and "Duffy" 14 a fi safe on Baker's , poor throw. "Duffy" fell in going into first. and Janvrin was substituted to run for him.' Things began to look squally for Wyckoff, and Connie Mack sent Plank In to relieve him. Gardner -hit a grounder toward first, which McInnis Played to the plate, and later came Over and made the putout on Speaker,-Who was run out between the bases; Janvrin going over to third meanwhile and Gardner to second. ' Then came Janyrin's great steal home with the tying run. Yerkes flied to right for the third out, but- the score was 2-all. Both sides were retired in order in the ninth, Nunamaker being sent to bat for Collins with two- men out. Bedient, therefore, had to go. in- to pitch ,in the inth. He was very wild and passed Murphy, the first man up. Larry:Gardner tried to force Murphy at second on Daley's grounder and not only lost his roan, but threw wild. Murphy kept on to third, from where he scored on Eddie Collis' double, which itehg could not get under. the wind carrying the ball over his head and bothering him generally. Baker was passed . purposely, filling the bases. McInnis singled, scoring Daley and Collins. but Baker was held at second. He was Caught off a moment,later on a quick throw by Cady to Scott. Strunk was passed and Carrigan pulled Bedient out of the box, sending in Kelly,: who passed Barry, tha first man to face-1 him. and again filling the bases. Schang hit to right, the wind carrying the ball over Hooper's head, and McInnis and Strunk scored. Thera was a bad mixup by the Boston infielders, during which they lost Schang, he having gone to second. where he found Barry camped; but Barry went to third on the unsuccessful attempt to get Schang at first. Barry and Schang then made a double steal, on which the former scored the sixth run of the inning, making the, score stand 8 to 2. With one out in Boston' s half, Engle made a hit, but was left. The score: TB PO A P, 1 1.0 0 O 1 0 0 5 4'-2 0 2 1.,4 2 210 1 0 1 2 0.0 8 0 4 1 3 5 8 0 O 0 2 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 3 0 O 0 1 0 - - - 17 30 20 3 O 0100 111010 11200 121-01 11411 O 0140 11710 11480 0002,0 O 0000 O 0000 O 0000 O 0000 O 0000 Totals .84 2 6 7 80 12 2 Bafted for Houck in third. Matted for R. Collins in ninth. pan for LOWiS in eighth. Innings .1 2 3 4 5 a 7 8 910 - Philadelphia ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 Boston 0100000100-2 Two-base hits, C-01liM4 2, Baker, Barry. Seining, Lewis. Sacrifice bits, Daley. Yerkes, Lewis. Stolen bases, danyrin, Barry, Seining'. le Eng 2. Hits, off Houck, 3 in 2 innings; err -Wyckoff, 2 in 314 innings; off Plank. I in 2 innings; off Collins, 9 in 8 innings; off Bedieat, 2 in one-third of an inning; off Kelly, 1 in two-thirds of one inning. Pirat base on errors, Boston 2. Left on bases, Boston 8, Philadelphia 8. Nen on balls, by Collins 2, by Bedient a, by Kelly, by Houck, by Wyckoff 2. Struck out. by Collins 2, by Houck, by Wyckoff, by Plank. Double plays, Scott (unassistedi. Shang and E. Collins. Umpires, Connolly and Dineen. Time, 2b 17m. - Afternoon Game. The afternoon game started promptly at 3 o'clock, the Athletics going out in order, Scott making a pretty running catch of a tly-well into left field. Hooper worked a pass and was sacrificed ,to second by Engle. Speaker tried a bunt. but Was thrown out by Baker. - Lewis drew a pass. only to see Gardner send a long fly to left. In the second Baker 'was thrown out by Foster. McInnis rolled the ball to third, and Gardner fell all over it. Strunk filed to left. Barry rolled one down to Gardner, who once more played the ball badly; but it went for a scratch base hit. Then Foster became a little wobbly and passed Lapp. tilling the bases. Pennock, after a good wait, saw 41 fast straight one coming up, and he smashed it to left center for three bases, which was good for three runs. Murphy singled, scoring Pennock, and the Athletics had a fine lead of, tour runs. Boston went out in order. Both teams went out in order in the third. In the fourth one man reached first base, he being Larry Gardner, on a single. The fifth inning was another blank for both teams. In the sixth Collins singled and was beautifully thrown out by Thomas when he tried for second. With two gone. McInnis singled. but Strunk rolled one to Engle. The home team once more went out in order. ' The visitors scored one run in the seventh on a pass to Barry, a sacrifice by Lapp and Pennock's single to center. With one down, Gardner singled and Yerkes drew a pass. only to see Scott strike out and Rehg, batting for Thomas. thrown out at first by Barn,. McInnis making a one-handed catch at full reach with his toe on the bag. The Athletics went out in order ire the eighth. Carrigan. batting for Foster, was hit by a pitched ball and Janvrin ran for him; but he never left first base, as the next three men went out on flies. Johnson went in to pitch for Boston In the ninth inning. Strunk got a short fly into right center, and by sharp hustling beat Hooper's throw to second. Am , Lew HOANi rstom -0-1E 151EACHER5 MR. DENNOCK CLEARED 1FIE, eASE5PARE-ww. 1-1R-601E - , Barry was thrown out-by Johnson. Lapp singled, scoring Strunk. Then two force plays followed and the Red Soxwent in for their last chance: Lewis got one to his liking and smashed the ball against the fence in left center for two bases. It was a grand hit and was madly cheered by the crowd. Gardner flied to center field. Yerkes hit a sharp ball that Baker partially stopped, but could not get up in time to throw---to first. : Scott made a fine bid for a run, driving the ball on a line just to the left of second base, where Barry took it with one hand after a Sharp run and a jump, easily touching second before Lewis could return and completing a double play. The ,score: PRILA AR R BII TB PO A E Murphy LI 5011200 Indy a 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 Collins 2b 4011011 Baker 311 4 000180 MeInnis lb 4 1 1 1 13 0 0 Strunk If 4 1 1 2 4 0 0 Barry as . 2 2 I 1 2 0 0 Lapp e 2' 1 I 1 1 0 0 Pennock p 4 1 2 4 0 8 0 Totals 33 6 8 11 27 13 1 BOSTON Hooper rf 3 0 0 0 0- 0 0 Engle lb 3 0 0 0 12.1 0 Speaker cf 3 0 ' 0 0 2 0 0 Lewis If 3 0 I 2 4 0 0 Gardner 3b 4 0 2 2 0 2 1 Yerkes 2h -3 0 1 1 3 1 0 Scott ss 40 00 2 4 0 Thomase 2 000 3 1 0 Nunamaker c 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Foster p 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 Johnson p OOOOOOOOOOOO I 0 t 0 0 0 0 tCarrtgan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tJanvrin 0 0 0 00 0 0 Totals 28 0 4 5 27 13 1 -- Batted for Thomas in seventh. tilatted for Foster in eighth. Ran for Carrigan in eighth. Innings 1 0 34 5 6 78 9 Philadelphia 0 4 0 0 0 0,1 0 Two-base hits. Lewis. Strunk. Three-base bit, Pennock. Hits, off Foster 8 In 8 innings, oft' Johnson 2 in L inning. First base on error. Philadelphia. Left on bases. Boston 7, Philadelphia L. Stolen hases Gardner,. Yerkes. Sacrifice hits, Engle, Lapp, Speaker, Barry. First base on balls, Foster 2, Pennock 3. Struck out. Foster 3, Pennoek 1. Double play, Barry (unassisted). Hit by pitehed ball, by Pennock, Carrigan. Time, lb 53m. Umpire- in-chief, Dineen. Umpire On the bases, Connolly. Attendance, 26,844. , - CRUSH AT FENWAPARK. Many Thousands Who Waited to See Finish of Marathon Caught In Big 1 Jam at Ball Field.. The nearly 40,000 baseball enthusiasts who flocked to Fenway Park yesterday did so in spite of the fact that the weather conditions were very uncertain. There was a. sprinkle in the forenoon, and something considerably more than -a sprinkle in the afternoon. Two full innings of the second game had not been played before there was a heavy shower, and fof a time there were Indications that not even the four and one-half Innings necessary to void the rain check could be played. Those in the bleachers remained there and sought to shelter themselves under newspapers, for that was the only protection they had. There was no chance for them to get under cover inside the grounds as all the covered stands were packed to the limit. The shower lasted nearly 20 minutes, the game going on meanwhile, and by the time five Innings had been completed the rain had stopped. Thousands arid thousands of those who attended the afternoon game had waited around to see the finish of the Marathon and then made a rush to the grounds. Never before, with the possible exception of the day on which Joe Wood and Walter Johnson engaged in their memorable battle. has there been such a crush at Fenway Park. The late comers, fortunately, were men, for it would have been a had jam for women to have been caught in. The big crowd, every man in it anxious to be the first at the ticket offices, began pushing and pulling, swaying this way and that. It was a good-natured crowd, although many in it had provocation to feel otherwise. - One man, with his overcoat torn down the back, from the collar to the hem on the skirt. took the thing as a matter of course, and never let up in his efforts to hold his position, which he thought a favorable one to get the coveted ticket which would allow him to get inside. Finally the supply of 75 cents in the grandstand was exhausted, and the crowd untangled itself and made a break for the booths where admission tickets to the bleachers might be had. The congestion was immediately relieved. It was a pretty lively quarter of an hour, however. Once inside, the' latecomers Joined with the other thousands In every manner possible to encourage Manager Carrigan's boys to win out. but the beans were spilled when Pennock. the Athletics' pitcher, cracked out his three-bagger In the second inning with the bases full. James C. O'Leary. American Association Results. At LouisvilleCleveland 9. Louisville & At Kansas CityKansas City 12, Paul 4. At IndianapolisColumbus-Indianapolis game. cold. At MilwaukeeMilwaukee-Minneapolie game, cold. EMO,.N, Southern Association ,Results. At NashvilleNashville Z Chattanooga O.. , - At New OrleansNew Orleans 5, Birmingham, - At AlobileMontgomery 4. Mobile 1. At AtlantaAtlanta 7, Memphis 5. Springfield Gets Gene Good. SYRACUSE, N Y, April 20Gene Good, right fielder of the Syracuse club of the New York State League, was today sold to the Springfield. Mass, club of the Eastern Association. - Commission Meets Tomorrow. CHICAO, April 20The National Baseball Commission will meet in Chicago next'Wednesday, it was announced at tbeDilice of Pres Johnson today. Aside from routine business, it was bald. there was nothing of importance On tke program. , " Was a Case Where Simultaneous Salute Would Be Acceptable By WALLACE GOLDSMITH. t PILGRIMS FIRST TIE, THEN LOSE Fitchburg Winner in Double-Header. Lynn and Waterbury Split and New London Takes Two, Haverhill Beaten, 5 to 3t by , Providence. , FITCHBURG, April 20Fred Lake's New England League team played a tie game, 4 to 4, with the Pilgrims of Boston, a team composed of former college players, this morning. The game was ,called at the close of the ninth inning because of rain. Nichols, who pitched for the visitors. had perfect control, a deceptive drop ball and a variety of curves that completely puzzled the New England Leaguers. Ryan, Kilhullen, Lewis and Babson did the batting. Lewis, who has signed to play with the New England League team here, played,at star genie for the Pilgrims. John Dooley, president of the Winter League Club of Boston, who umpired the game, was struck by a foul ball behind the right ear and it was badly lacerated. The score: , FITCHBURG bh po a e Ryan cf..... 1201 Spires 8b.... 2 1 1 0 Sweatt 21,. 0 8 2 0 Kennedy If. 1 1 0 1 e.. 1 8 8 0 Galvin rt.... 0 200 Torphey se.. 1 8 2 0 Little 0 7 0 0 Colltnsp....O 0 1 1 Lamotbe p... 0 0 1 0 'Totals 6 27 10 21 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 i3 9 Fitchburg - 200000020-4 Pilgrims 200002000-4 Runs made, by Ryan 2, Spires 2. Nash, Robson, Norton, Lewis. Two-base hits. Kilbullen, Lewis. Three-base hits, Ryan, Lewis. Stolen bases, Spires, Norton. Base on halls, by Nichols, by Collins 8, by Lamothe. Struck out. by Nichols S. by Collins 4, by Lamothe 8. Sacrifice bits. Clifford. Sweatt. Double plays, Skilton and Lewis; Torphey, Sweatt and Little. Hit by pitched ball, Spires. Nichols. Wild pitch, Collins. Umpire, J. Dooley.- Time, lh 45m. , The Pilgrims were beaten in the afternoon by 7 to I. "Chick" McLaughlin. who pitched for the visitors, was not effective, owing to the wet condition of the ball. Sager, , who opposed, him. pitched strong in the pinches and received good support. The batting of Egan, a South Boston lad who is being given a trial with Fitchburg, and the fielding of Torphey were features. Lewis played a star game for the visitors. The game was called in the seveilth inning because of rain. The score: I FITCHBURG bh po a e Ryan cf. I 3 0 0 Spires 0 0 2 0 Sweatt 2b... 1 8 1 Kponedy If 1 3 0 0 KIIhultefl e. 1 2 2 0 Sweetland e. 0 0 1 0 Gilmore rt.., 1 1 0 0 Torphey sm.., 1 2 3 0 Egan 2 1 00 Sager p..... 1 0.2 0 9 21 11 0 Innings 1 2 8 4 5 6 7 Fitchburg 0 1 0 8 8 0 7 Pilgrims 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 Runs Mad. by Spires, Sweatt, Kennedy, Kitholleti, r ore, Torphey, Egan, Norton. Two-base hi lorton. Three-base hit, Sweatt. Home re- ,3 in. Stolen bases, Ryan, Spires. Base On a hy McLaughlin 3, by sager. t , Struck a McLaughlin 3, by Sager. Sacrifice hi l 'es. Mt by pitched ball, Ryan, Babson. 41 pitch, MeDanghlin. umpires, Dooley i plurray. Time, lh 20m. -- c I . L.?, ,i WINS AND LOSES. - Water Jr, Beaten in Morning Game, 1 tt 0, but Comes Back for 3-2 vict oy In Afternoon. -- LYNX, April 2Waterbury of the EaSteln' Association played fine ball ggainSt :be Lynn New England League team atpcean Park, this afternoon. and by winning, 8 to 2, atoned for the 1-to-0 defeat il sustained in the morning gathe. Hovlikpitcting was too much for the Ocean ark team this afternoon. He allowed but three singles, two of which figured in the runs made by Lynn In the sec nd Inning. The atting, of Williams and Nixon was be d and timely. Condon, who re- nlitenvge,d f . eneedinsitxbernebnox. Tinhethisecoeriegsh:th in- , MORNING GAME - -rNN I WATERBVRY i be po el bh po a e Moultoat.b.. 1 0 1 0McKillan If.. 0 4 0 0 mutt e f .. 0 4 1 0 Nixon rt ... 1 2 0 0 Grand 111... 0 2 0 0 Pohl e..-.... 0 0 2 0 Romveal It. 0 2 0 0,Stuith et ... 1 3 0 0 Shankey lb.. 19 0 0 Shields lb... 0 8 1 0 Lynch 31s ... 0'1 1 0 Williams 2b. 1 1 2 1 Wendell e .. 1 8 1 O'Kohncille se. 0 0 2 0 dissertate Sti 1 I 2 11Vgartner 3b. 0 0 2 1 McKeep.,.0010IcLeaap...0010 Teed IP .... 0 0 1110yudstrotu p. 0 0 1 0 .... .....s Total 4 2T 8 1 Totals.-- 3 24 II 2 Ieeirgs .... ......1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 V LInn 00000001 1 Run made. by Wendell. Stolen bases, Shan-, key,. Mcgillen, Pohl, Williams 2. Base on balls, br McKee. by Teed 2, by Lyndstrom. Struck u it by McKee 8, by Teed 4, by McLean 2, by yndstrosu 2, Saclike bits, Tees!. Shields. 'clot. Mt by pitched ball. rubl UMW willrYb Tints lb Wm. - PILGRIMS bb po a e Nash as 0101 Babson It 3 1 0 0 Norton 2b 0 1 1 0 Sktiton cf 0 5 1 0 Lewis lb '2 8 00 Clifford rt 0 2 0 0 Burke e 1 9 0 0 Marshall 313 1 0 0 0 Nitebolta p 0 0 3 0 Totals - 7 27 6 1 PILGRIMS - bh po a e Nnsh Bs I 1 5 0 Babson It 0 0 0 0 Norton 2b 1 4 0 1 Skilton et 0 0 0 0 Lew1sb I 8 2 0 Clifford rf 0 1 0 0 Burke c, 0 8 0 0 Marsha11.81).1110 tdeLaugh'n p 106 0 Total 18 )4 1 WATERBURY -LYNN bh po a el bit po a e McKillan If 0 1 0 03Moulton 21). I 2 2 0 Nixon rt.... 3 1 0 OOreiitt cf 0 2 1 1 leohl 013 1 liStranck rt.. 01 0 0 Smith cf... 0 0 0 -O'Robinson It. 0 1 0 0 Shields lb.. 110 o'Shankey lb. 0 8 0 0 Williams 2b 3 1 3 0 Lynch 3b... 1 0 1 0 Kohnville ss 21 1 0, Wendell c.. 010 1 1 Bauttueer 3b 0 0 2 0 Dion as-- 1 3 0 0 Hovlik p....004 0,Lee p 0 0 7 1 I Condon 0 0 0 0 Totals.... 9 2711 ll Totals 3 2712 3 Innings ....... I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Waterbury 000000120-3 Lynn 020000000-2 Runs made, by Nixon, Fohl, Williams, Lynch. Wendell. Two-base bits, Williams 2, Fohl, Nixon. Three-base bit, Kohnville. Stolen bases, Nixon, Williams, Wendell. Base on balls, by Ilevlik, by Lee 4. Struck out, by Hovlik 19, by Lee 3, by Condon 6. Double play, Fohl and Kohnville. ' Hit by pitched ball. Wendell. Wild pitches, Lee. Condon. Time. 21x 5m. Umpire, Henry. U. S. M. WINS IN 11TH. Lynn School Team Loses Out in Long Game at Beverly. BEVERLY, April 20The United Shoe Machinery .team defeated the Lynn second team - on the McKay Field in 11 innings here this afternoon by 6 to b. Peterson. played a good game for the hometeam and L. McPherson for the visitors. The game was witnessed by 300 fans. The score: UNITED 8110E bh po a IIM'Don'll se 0 0 0 Leonora ss.. 0 1 0 Moriarty If.. 0 0 1 Coeran 2b... 3 6 2 O'Donnell C. 1 8 4 UNITED SHOE LYNN 2D. bh po a e bh po a IIM'Don'll ss 0 0 0 0 Gellesple 213. 0 2 3 Leonarn Fs.. 0 I 0 0 LM'P'rson ss 2 2 3 Moriarty If 0 0 1 0 Reed It 1 3 0 Coeran 21)... 3 6 2 0 Korph'g'n 3b 2 3 1 O'Donnell C. 1 8 4 0 AM'P'rson et 0 1 0 ENI'Don't 3b 1 3 1 OlHayes 1 8 0 IrPeterson et 1 3 0 0 Freeland rt. 1 0 0 Dowdell lb.. 011 2 0 Warner 112 3 , Glenn If ss.; 3 0 1 0 Woodcock p. 0 0 1 MeQuarie If; 1 00 0 Vaughn p 1 0 1 Kenney r f. 0 - 0 0 0 Devine p.... 1'1 3 0 Totals 98112 ' SPetersen I 0 I 0 . . , Totals 1-2 33 1-5 0 , ARLINGTON 8, READING 4. TWO FOR WHITE SOX. e 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 o o 0 2 One Out when winning run was scored. Innings 1 2. 8 4 5 8 7 8 9 10 11 United Shoe 1 O. 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1-6 Lynn 2d 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0' 0 0 0-5 Runs made, by Reed, Horphagen, A. McPherson, Freeland, Warner, Devine, Mcguarle, Cocran 2, Glenn 2. Two-base hits, McPherson, Freeland, Warner. Three-base hits, Reed, Coeran. Stolen bases, Korphagen, Freeland, Cocran 4, E. McDonnell. Glenn. Devine. Base on balls, by Vaughn 2, by Devine 3, by Peterson 4. Struek out, by Woodcock 5. by Vaughn 7. by Devine 4, by Peterson 5. Sacrifiee bit, Reed. Double play, Dowdell and Cocran. Wild pitch, Devine. Time, 2b 15m. Umpire, Fuller. Other Inter league Games. At ',Owe 11(A All Lowell 6, Toronto 5; (p m) New London 10, Lowell 5. At Lawrence(A New London 6, Lawrence 1; (p m) Toronto 4, Lowell O. At HaverhillProvidence 5, Haverhill 3. At WorcesterWorcester 7, Hartford 2. At Portland(A Portland 8, All-Stars 7; (13 m) Bowdoin 4, Portland 8. Visitors Have a Batting Streak in the Sixth and Clinch the Game on Losers' Grounds. READING, April 20After five innings or close and snappy- hall playing, with the score 1 to I, the Arlington town team by clever stick work, aided by a group of errors, swelled its total to 7, and won before 1000 spectators by 8 to 4. Washburn was the star of the game, with two clean singles and a double and five stolen bases, one or which was a clever steal. The score: ARLINGTON I READING biz po a to bh po a P Murray $s I I 4 01Washburn 3b 3 0 0 rrainer 811 I 0 2 liCushman 2b 0 1 4'1 Flynn p 1 0 0 lit'offey 0 2 4 8 Lowe 2b 2 5 4 0 4tark e 3 9 2 0 O'Brien lb.. 013 0 IESing LI, If 0 2 0 0 o'Nell et 0 0 0 Olkzmith et 1 1 0 0 Towle e 1 7 8 0,Frazer lb 112 0 0 O'Meara If.. 2 0 0 0 Iudkins 0 0 0 1 Blair it 1 0 0 0,Benson p 0 0 8 0 1 Ryan If 0 0 0 0 Totals. 9 27 13 111 I Totals.: 8 2718 0 , innings ..... 2 8 4 5 6 78 9 Arlington 000016010-8 Reading .1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0-4 Runs made, by Murray, Trainer 2, Flynn. Lowe, O'Neil, Towle, O'Meara, Wastaburik, 2. Coffey, Stark. Two-base hits, Trainer, Murray, Blair, Washburn. Tbree-base bit, Lowe. Stolen bases. Trainer, 'Washburn 5, Coffey 2, Stark. Base on balls, by Lynn, by Benson 7. Struck out, by Flynn 8, by Benson 4. Umpire, Ford. Time, 2b. Braintree A. A. and Samec Club Lose to Braintree Team. BRAINTREE, April 20In the first of a series of games between the Braintree White Sox and the Braintree A. A., for the championship of the town, the White Sox won this morning, 6 to 2, in the presence of one of the largest crowds of fans ever seen in this town. Rosa of the White Sox struck out 17, men. The score: , Innings-1 2 3 45 67 89 11 H E White Sox. 0 0 0 32 01 6 6 2 Braintree. 000010001-346 Batteries. Ross and Simmons;. Barron and Pittinit. The White Sox won tlieir second game of the day by defeating the Samee Club of Dorchester this afternoon. 3 to 2. Rain necessitated the calling of the game after six Innings had been played. The score: , BRAINTREE W S SAMEC CLUB bh po e bit po a e Taylor es. 1 1 g 0 Wolf rf ;1 0 1 0 Jones 1 2 2- 11Whauf cf 1 0 0 0 Itekwater ef 1 00 0,Perry p..-- 1 1 2 0 Sullivan e... 0 8 2 OiDurham lb 0 9 0 0 Tbayer . lb... 1- 7 0 l'Burnham ss 1 1 8 0 Vi"burton 3b. 0 0 1 0:Powers c 1 4 I 0 Crmichael If 0 0 0 BAhern 1 2 1 0 Leraugle rt. 0 0 0 0 Finney 3b 0 0 2 0 Mack 0 0 2 0 Smith If. 0 1 0 0 Roes rt...... 1 0 0 01 t Totals... 515 9 0 , Totals-- 518 9 21 , Innings 1 2" 3 4 5 6 Braintree W S 2 0 0 0 1 0-3 Santee Club '0 0 0 2 0 0-2 Runs made. by PrInkwater, SullIvan, Rosa. When? Perry. Two-base hits. foinkwater, Powers. Base on balls, by .Mack, by Powers 0. Struck Out. by Mack 7, by Powers 3. Saeridt-Te bits, Drinkwater. Sullittan. Umpires. Dennehy end Brown. Time, lb. ELKS ENTERTAIN RED SOX. Speaker, Wood, Cade; Garlow, Rehg, Thomas, Leonard and Scott Speak at Boston Lodge's Reception. Members of the Boston Red Sox were the guests of the Boston Lodge of Elks last evening at an informal entertainment in the Elks' Home.-10 Somerset St. at 'which William A. Murphy of the Globe staff was the principal speaker. Several hundred Elks were present. After extending the welcome of the Elks to the visiting ball players, Mr Murphy facetiously complimented the guests upon their "true Massachusetts courtesy in declining to take a game from the 'visiting team upon Patriots' Day." - "The American ballfield, properly con- ducted," continued Mr Murphy, "-is one of the greatest moral institutions in this country, and the unfailing square dealing and uprightness of you players have contributed much to the sturdy character of American citizenship." The speaker called attention to the especial significance of Patriots' Day to the Elks, pointing out the fact that the American flag is the emblem of the order. In concluding he referred to the Mexican situation. complimenting President Wilson and his Cabinet and saying that a united Nation stood behind them, all political differences forgotten. At the end of his address, the entire gathering rose to sing "The Star Spangled Banner." Tris Speaker, who was accorded a very hearty reception, made a brief address. He Was followed by Joe Wood, Cady, Garlow, Rehg, Thomas, "Dutch" Leonard and Everett Scott, who, as a new-comer, received a particularly enthusiastic greeting. Bill Carrigan, manager of the Sox, was present, but, at his own request. w'as not called upon to speak. Sandy Chapman sang humorous songs and told stories. and Tom Rice of East Boston contributed several songs. The "11 o'clock toast" was given by Logan McLean, and after the regular program 13. vaudeville entertainment v as supplied by talent from several of the local theatres. By midnight nearly 1000 Elks had gathered in the building. Jeremiah J. Hurley, chairman of the entertainment committee, was in charge of all arrangements. ON MANY DIAMONDS. itt De ll-st Playground: 'Innings 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 R H E Notre Dame.2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0--6 9 2 Warren A C.0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 9-3 44 Batteries, Weiner and Jean; Fitzgerald and Henderson. At Franklin Field: Innings ...1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 R IT E Dor Spar'ws.0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0-7 11 1 Bennetts .0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0-5 3 6 - Batteries, L. Park and Askins; Downey and Corbett. At Newton Y. M. C. A. field: Innings....1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R E N Y C A.0 0 0 12 1 4 2 10 16 7 SYMCA.000000000-033 Batteries, Cady, Ashworth, Allen and Taffe; Sullivan and Dorsey. At Columbus-Av Playground: Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7'RHE Y M C A Cubs 0 3 1 1 3 2 2-12 13 0 EBeubs ...... 0001100-245 Batteries, Doherty and Sullivan; Pellegrinni and Richmond. At Glendale Park, Everett: Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 RHE Everett 220070102-14141 Everett CC 1 0 0 1 00 0 0 0-2 5 4 Batteries, Lewis and Laskey; Bond and Poole. i At Gibson-st Playground: Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 RITE Dor'r Naps 2 0 2 0 6 0 0 2 12 18 2 Suffolk 000021011-55 4 Batteries, Collins and O'Hearn; Connors and Mercer and McMorrow. At Boston Common: Innings-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 R H E ANVEH.T.4 4 3 1 0 11 0 1411 3 Oriole A C.4 2 2 1 0 4 0 0 0-13 8 2 Batteries Kascari and Channen; Jef Oriole A C.4 2 2 1 0 4 Batteries, Wart and fries and Kro At Brighton: Innings....1 2 3 4 5 6 Notre Dame.2 0 0 0 3 1 Brighton .0 0 0 0 0 0 Batteries. Weiner and and Kelley. At North Brighton: Innings....1 2 3 4 5 6 Marion A C..0 2 0 2 2 0 Viand A C..0 0 0 0 0 0 Batteries, Carroll and and Kelley. WINCHESTER A bh po Ikturray ss 0 0 Norton IL 1 0 Bangs 2b 1 2 Kenney lb 0 7 damson 211 1 1 Leland rt., 2 0 Matthews et 0 0 Bills et 0 0 Melds e 215 rift p 12 7 8 9 11 J-1 E 2 1 ---9 11 2 2 0)0-2 2 I Jean; Seolley 7 8 9 R IT E 2 '0 8 15 1 1 0 .0-1 3 3 Kent; Landy SELECTMAN STARTS GAME. Winchester Nine Downs the Dedham Team on Home Grounds. WINCHESTER, April 30The Winchester baseball team opened its season this afternoon by defeating the Dedham team, 8 to L Chairman of the Selectmen George T. Davidson, who is also president of the Winchester Baseball .Aso.. elation, pitched the first ball. a strike. The summary: A DEDHAU a el bh po O ()Terris as 1 2 O 0:floyie rf.... 1 1 O 0;11anner 2h, e. 1 4 O sO-fartnett p, lb 0 7 1 (14hauer 111,21, 1 fl O'Siorris'y e.21, 2 2 O 0:Weserob If, 0 1 O OAValley 30... 0 0 2 teFarringt'n ef 0 1 3 9,Iaeobs ef.... 0 0 Totals..... 8 27 6 0 Totals-- 624 9 6 Innings - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Winchester 1 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 --8 Dedham 000001000-1 Runs made, by Murray, Norton. Bangs, Kenney, Adamson. Leland, Tilt. Dick le. Ferris. Three-bat,e Leland. 1in. Stolen base. Kentilti 2, Bangs 2. Norton. Ferris 2. Base on balls. by Tift 2 by Hartnett 2, by Shatter. Struck out. by Tilt 13, by Hartnett 2, by Shatter a. Sacrifice bits. Norton. Tilt. Double play, Tilt; Kenney. Hit by pitched ball, Ferris, Leland. Murray. Wild ptch, Hartnett. Time, 2Lt. Cmplre, Coady. PENN VICTORY IN THE EIGHTH Holy Cross Pitcher Loses His Cunning. Murray Had Held Opponents Hitless Up to the SeYenthso Worcester Team Just Nosed Out by 4 to 3 Braves to Play. . , WORCESTER. April 20 After Holy 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS. Cross had scored three runs and looked I like a Winner in today's game with Ent- - Attendance versity of Pennsylvania. Rob Murray, ! St Low, s. chtem 0 the Holy Cross pitcher. weakened and ' Boston-Philadelphia 2360 Rain the visitors grabbed the game, 4 to & New latrk-Brooklyn Ita:la Penn did not get a hit until the sev- Pittsburg-Cincinnati Cold enth. and then Irwin scored on his own single and Minds double. Hits by Wal- National League Standing. . lace. Mann and McChett. a bad throw Won Lost Ptswon 191 by Norton and a wild pitch gave Penn Brooklyn 3 0 1.000 .400 the.Victory in the eighth. The score: Philadelphia 0 1.006 .130 UNIV OF PENN bh po a Minn 2h.... 1 0 3 Haley rt... 0 0 1 MeChett rt. 1 0 0 Irwin If 1 1 0 Minds et.... 1 1 0 Williams 3b. 0 1 0 Sehimpt ss.. 0 1 2 White as. 0 1 0 Wallace lb. 1 8 0 Sehwert C. 0 7 0 Weed p.... 0 1 1 Madden p... 0 0 0 Armstrong. 0 0 0 Totalti.... 5 27 7 Batted for Schimpf In serentft. Innings 1 2 8 4 5 8 7 9 12 of P 000000130-4 Ho iy Cross 010101000-3 Rung made, by O'Brien 2. Murphy. Mann, Irwin, Wallace, Madden. Two-Ms e hits. Minds, Saunders. Stolen bases. O'Brien, Williams. Base on bang, by Murray 2. by Weed 0, by Madden 2. Struck out. by Murray 7. by weed3. by Madden 3. Sacrifice hits, Carroll, Williams. Double play, Schimpf to Mann to Wallae. Hit by pitched ball. Carroll, R. Murray. Will pitches, 1Veed. Murray, Madden. Time. 21a 10m. Umpires, Conway and Murphy. HARVARD DISAPPOINTED. President Obliged to Cancel Visit to White House--Game, With Catholic University Goes Over. WASHINGTON, April 20 Rain prevented the Harvard baseball team from meeting Catholic University at the American League Grounds here this afternoon, the gatne being postponed until tomorrow. The visit to the White House, which was scheduled for this morning, had to be canceled' by President Wilson. Instead of going to meet the Prssident . the squad was conducted by Congressman Winslow through the Treasury vaults and mint. On Thursday the University Club will give a smoker to the team. Harvard will have a strong opponent in Catholic University. Coach Moran has two first-class pitchers in Trayers and Crocker. The lineup for tomorrow's game will probably be as follows: HarvardNash, cf ; Wingate, as; Ayers, lb; Gaunett, rf: Mahan or Hardwick, If; Winter, 2b;Fripp or Milholland, 3b: Osborne, e: Hitchcock or Whitney, P. Catholic University,Zachry, c; White, ss; Donnelly, ef; Lynch, If; Tracey, 2b; Cooley, 3b: Derby, lb; Smith, rf; Trayers or Crocker. P. FEDERAL LEAGUE RESULTS. --- I St Louis 3. Chicago I. Indianapolis 7. Kansas City 2. IBrooklyn-Baltimore, rain. Buffalo-Pittsburg, wet grounds. Federal e 0 0 0 U ft I 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 1 Brooklyn 2 St !Antis 4 Buffalo 2 Chicago 2 Indianapolis , 2 Kansas City 2 Baltimore 1 Pittsburg 0 Totals. 4 27 13 2 League Standing. : Won Lost PO won 2 0 ' 1,000 1 2 1 .667 2 3 2 3 .100 ' 2 3 .100 1 2 .333 0 Z .000 Federal League Games Today Indianapolis at Kansas City. Brooklyn at Baltimore. Buffalo at Pittsburg. , Chicago at St Louis. ST LOUIS 3, CHICAGO 1. HOLY cnoss 1 Pittsburg', bh te, a e I St Louts., j mum? 213. 1 2 2 0 (lama North MI 0 0 3 1 Cincinnati Saunders as. 1 1 2 tC)ialiti:reriyeg arer .t .1. .t ). 001 I 001 001 B:ew81.431IN o r Murpilr It.. 1 2 0 0 Carroll e.... 0 8 2 0 Nation It Murray p. 0 1 3 0 Groom Outpitches Hendrix, Timely ., Hits Beating Chiteds. fi ST LOUIS, April 20Groom was steady in all but one inning today, while Hendrix was hit at opportune stages. St Louis taking the opening game with Chicago, 3 to 1. Tinkers men scored their one tally on Groom's wild throw with the bases full. A double and three singles netted St Louis a brace of runs in the fifth, while a double and a single in the eighth counted another for the home club. The score: Innings ..1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E St' Louis....0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 7 2 Chicago ....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 2 Batteries. Groom and Hartley; Hendrix and Wilson. Indiana IS'olis 7, Kansas City 2. KANSAS .CITY ,- April '20One good Inning, the second, In which the visitors piled up six runs, was enough to give the Indianapolis Federal a 7-to-2 victory over Kansas City today. ,Kalserling pitched an excellent game for the visitors. Manager Stovall, with two Injured hands, occupied the bench and Perring took the Kansas City manager's place at first base. The score: Innings ..1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 R H E Ind'apolis .0 6 0 0 0 01 0 0 710 0 Kan City....0 011 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 2 Batteries, Kalserling and Texter; Hogan, Stone and Easterly..7- Weeghman Waives Cheney. CHICAGO, April 20Larry Cheney, pitcher of the Chicago National ball club, will not be signtd by the Chicago Federals. Pres Weeghman of the Chicago Federals said tonight that he would take no players from either the National or American Chicago club. Cheney conferred at St Louis today with Joe Tinker, manager of the Chicago Pederals. and it is said a deal to sign the pitcher only nepded Weeghman's approval. , I Centipedes 7, Wakefield 4. WAKEFIELD, April 20The Centipedes of Lawrence won from the Wakefield town team, 7 to 4, in the opening game of the season this afternoon before a large crowd of spectators. The visitors won by bunching hits, aided by the wildness of Rogers. The work of Dolan of the visitors was a feature. The score: CENTIPEDES bb ir a e Leavers 2b. I - I 1 O'Neil et 0 0 0 0 Dolan e.... 214 2 0 X Burkbard If. 0 1 0 0 X X Gallaway lib 1 8 1 0 t' Harrison lb. 0 7 0 0 2 I enngham so 0 0 2 0 2 7 Cantillton rt I 0 0 0 0 01 Herzog p.... 0 0 3 0 1 Totals. 527 9 1 0 0 WAKEFIELD po Crosby 2b... 1 2 0 Horrlzan sm. 2 1 3 Holmberg It. 0 2 1 rbilbrlek lb. 0 5 1 RAnderson rt 1 0 0 Ruggles cf.. 0 1 0 N Anderson 3b0 2 0 Bennett c... 0 0 Rogers p.... 0 0 1 p.... 1 0 1 Wrenn lb... 1 5 1 Johnson, ct. 1 0 0 N. SF NO 10 I I - Totals.... 7 77 e 0 o 0 I 0 0 2 0 0 o 0 8 3 inningS 2 3 4 5 8 8 9 Centipedes 011202100-7 Wakefield 000000301-4 Runs made, by Dolan 2. Gallaway 2. Cantlillon. Cunningham, Leavers. 0Niel, Crosby, Ilorrigan, IL Anderson. Two-base bits, It. Anderson, Johirsm Three-baser bit. Crosb2,-. Stolen bases, Leavers. Pohl!). Rase on balls, by Rogers 3. by O'Niel. by Herzog 2. Struck out, by Rogers 3. by 0'.Niel S. by Herzog' 13. Double play, Holmberg and Wrenn. -Passed ball, Bennett. Time. lb 50m. Umpire. Me. Hugh. - ST LOUIS KEEPS CUBSRUNLESS Doak Unhittable in the Pinches. Sun Shines in Philadelphia; but There's No Carnet Field Unfit for Quakers and e Attenclanca 0 2300 Rain Ran Cold - Won Lost Pia won 19IS Brooldyn 3 0 1.000 .400 Philadelphia 0 1.000 130 Pittsburge I 1 .833 .714 St Louts 3 4 .429 .129 Chicago 3 .400 .623 Cincinnati 1 3 .250 .167 BOSTON 0 3 .000 .200 New York 0 3 .000 .667 National League Games Today. Boston at Philadelphia-New York at Brooklyn. Chicago at klt, LOW& Pittsburg at Cincinnati. ST LOUIS 2, CHICAGO O. Three of Their Five Errors Help to Beat Cubs. ST LOUIS, April 20Willie Doak Wal invincible In the pinches this afternoon while his teammates took advantage of Chicago's errors and hit Humphries when hits meant a run, St Louis winning 2 to O. Two errors figured in St Louis' first run in the tifth inning. After one was out Cruise singled to left. Snyder also singled, and when Johnston fumbled the ball Cruise raced to third. Ott Johnston's throw home Bresnahan erred and Cruise counted. In the nest inning Huggins singled and reached second when Zimmerman dropped Bresnahan's throw. Magee then singled to left, counting Huggins with the local team's last run. The score: ST-'4,01IS AB It Iinegins 2b 4 1 Magee ef 4 0 Butler ss 0 Miller lb I 0 Wilson rt 3 0 Dolan 3h 2 0 Cruise if 1 Snyder E, 3 0 Doak p 3 0 Bit 1'I1 PO A 1 1 3 3 2 I 1 ti 1 1 70 O 0 1 0 0 0 0 '1 1 1 0 1 10 3 O 0 0 3 Nap Rucker III and In Bed. - NEW YORK; April 20Napoleon ft Rucker, the great hurler of the Brooklyn Nationals. is stilL ill, and it will probably be two weeks before he will be about to pitch another game for the Robins. He contracted a heavy cold last-Tuesday and has been in bed ever since. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. GAMES TODAY. Toronto at Providence. Buffalo at Baltimore. Rochester at Newark. Montreal at Jersey City. WILL KEEP PLAYERS OUT. --- Middleboro C. C. Wins. MIDDLEB0110, April 20--The Catholie Club won from St Patrick's of Brockton today. 10 to 1. The score:: Innings... .1 3' 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 H11 Catholic C S 0 2 0 IP 0 0 0 0-10 6 1 St Patricks 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Batteries. Michaels and Wright; Ley-t 1ln and Doherty. di 0 & 10 S . n . t--1 : v, o fi n. , 0 4 I :1: 9 2 T T 27 10 .1 o CHICAGO Leach 3b Good rf - 3 0 I 1 1 2 n -- Sweeney 2b I A I 2 Zimmerman ss 3 ' 0 3 4 2 Schulte If 0 0 0 1 '0. Saler lb 3 to 0 0 11 to .A - Johnston ef 4 0 I 1 3 i 1 Bresnahan c 4 0 0 0 4 I 1 t Humphries p 3 0 0 0 4 A Williams 1 0 0 0 0 ot 0 -iTotals 28 0 3 3 24 I.7o 5 Batted for Humphries In 0th. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 ol T 8 72 St Louis 0000 1 1 0 0 2 Sacrifice bits, Sweeney, Littler. Stolen bases. Good, Saler, Miller. Double play. Good. Zimmerman and Bresnahan. Wild pitch. Ink. Hit by pitcher. by Doak. Good. ,Scloulte. Ba.st on balls. by Doak 5. by Humphries. Struck out. by Doak 10. by Humphries. Left on beset.. St Louis 3, Chicago 9. (.1mturca. 113ron and Orth. Time 211. . DAY OFF FOR BRAVES. - Sun Shone in Phtladelphia,but Heavy Rain in Morning Made Field Unfit to Play On. PHILADELPHIA, April 20Although the sun was shining today, the Phillies and Boston I3raves did not clash on the ball field. A heavy shower this morning soaked into the soft ground and made the diamond and outfield muddy. It was finally decided to call the game y off when a small army of men with - brooms and sponges failed to Mr4 ke. much impression os the playing field. The Phi ilies were very anxious to plav . as the team seems to be going right. Dooin wanted to try out Oescheger a young pitcher who did well against the A thleties. The Braves put in the time around --: the city and watched the bulletins from - Mexico In the newspaper windows. "Rube" Oldring of the Athletics. who has returned returned here to secure medical -!fr treatment. may be compelled to remain --, out of the game for some time. Old-ring's trouble is In the muscles of the -abdomen. A cold settled in these muscles and -caused him considerable L:r pain. "Rube" concealed the fact that he was suffering as long as possibie. but he was finally compelled to give up and return here for treatment. 7 ft, , ? Aps - , Pres Barrow of the International 1 League Says Jumpers to the Federals Are Barred for Good. t NEW YORK, April 20Although the Fed e ra I League has taken many players from the International League. Tres Barrow of the international circuit said today that not one of his club owners will be be permitted to take back a single player who has Jumped. , "International League players." be said. "who have taken part in any Federal League games are through with 1-i; our league for all time and cannot come back under any conditions. They have - preferred the Federat League to the in-- ternational-and they must win or fall with it. rv "In the event that the Federal League 'blows up' not a single player who jumped either his reserve clause or his -0 contract will be permitted to take part in an International League contest. - 'Several clubs in our league have under consideration lawsuits against the Federal League for interfering with their property. but the league will not attempt in any way to seek the return s, of any of the players who jumped from the International League." .7 -- Rain Stops Game in Auburn. .41 AUBURN-. Me, April 2)The Lewiston New England League team endeavored to play its first game at A. A. A. Park this afternoon, but a pouring rain stopped it after three and a half innings had been played. It rained all the time - the play was in progress, and the game gave no indication of the merits of either team. The Bates men proved to be the better mudhorses, however, and - when the gThe was called had scored 13 runs to two for the New England '1 Leaguers. - t I ; 1 SE mgoks ReC( first Gam Scar ImERICAN LEAG 1 , 1 ,., . -- ' .............., I - THE , RUSTON' GLITBETU , ESDAY APRIL 21 7 I ... Home , . R , c ase Where a Right Here Was a . . . . 000 Now, . ,- . , , . , , Simultaneous Salute Would Be Acceptable - Ap .. ,,,,, ).0 you: 71.4. .11 . 1,:: .... I; m n s t . wan , 1 ii, é v,s. ,01116.: ti. ... . ivi....,,,o .. 510.),. .v. ; 4., : , , IN THE EIGHTH CUB&RUNLESa , By WALLACE GOLDSMITH. ., ,.., B Enr "TIE ill p, - a A 40VERNMENT INI1.1 HAVE YOU CHASIN.MEXICANS . . . ,,r, 711!;111 i a ""' , i,1 e '40, .,...swa . ,I I. . . , .. .., PVIsetCn.'1.asS tta 71146 . ....tn. . Atm fahrre . Holy Cross Pitcher Do k Unhittable in Doak - - . , - , . .s.3 Loses His Cunning., the Pinches. yp Ou DON'T VIA704 010 1 ot-.....e;,-' ?Joe- . ,tifelli , 44' .....-- ' , ---- - ' - - tio.00 - ,E"..-4.. 4,......,4- ... 4ir .- AV- . t i I - tt :k,,' 'I Yelt ' .V.V.P41r , "ity ito , .4 ' ' , .-1-. A 4 CIC.," - lir fa cr. , ,,, 1,.,.....5.1,,,, 1:,, , ' eV -'' VIIINk elee:4---(..,r3-6r.1) Murray Had Held Opponents Sun Shines nes in Philadelphia; ,, ,i. i ; t 5 0- Tel; w'' -; - , - -, al W .; r rc-- .A0 1 , tki, . 9,,Z.,', . , Jr ,,-, - 1 60 Before . ..441...,,,,......:.. ,i - - -c- 1 -",7,-, - --0:, -:... lie DID WE 5ALVTE ..utf,o, ---- -- i ::14. - I- 4 - C))k9 '' I Hitless Up to the SeYenth -- 3 , 020100,, , , t, , , , .4),,x0E,,,, 4,,t . .-,,.....--- HIS nA4? - ------1 .... . 1 el I but There's No Carnet '4w"' .' ''.' ; 1 ' " ( if , 1 5)-(OVI.D.5AY ' ---.--... ------f i - . I. 3. .....1 .:i s 4 1 ,...e. ''' '' ,' k Y l .IIss t r, ,tt , ,41 1, 0, , - I 0,1 ' .,, ft, DIDI Y,,,,,:: wE Lt ' .'" 1.'. ,W.droW Worcester Team Just Field Unfit for Quakers and '...- ", NV, , tEi) '44 ' - . ....I , ...., Ga-3- . - ,.. , , N" cr,, ,E2,... -------6 r -11 i tin' PitIRP" , ' DAmpEN ,g ---v 0 rift "."". '''' ..... -... 11017.-P : ' - .1.-111. j '''' ' . eAy.ir .4--;c 4 - Nosed Out by 4 to 1 1 Braves to Play. I I , ., 4 . ,,,,, -,..,, , PEltrogm , HIS 4 .11 ,' ti s ' -, , x ta o t ,,,,. a - - -:-.--- , ,, -, ,(L, 1 - , ... - 1,114 ., ,- ..k , ,i,-:,,4 ,,,,,, , .-.ket.,:-, , ....., - . ,,,, r, ii,1..,.. WORCESTER . April 2 0 - After Iioly 1 , is a ons .. I I 1 ie, ,,, ... ........ - , .,,,, N , . 0,-, , NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS. 'i k";;;5171;CiT:NZ4 ' - it A . 3 'WO"' 0 !mei bHampl ,litt,ItvivvAl, I t roamill t,NN,, '-ts t. - - It k t.), ' lg., Cross had scored three runs and lookedi .. like a winner in today's game with 13n1-1 - !St Louis 4'. Chicarce 0 Attendanea . .tts., - a te . , 1) I liev . ol , I ..;....... ibilkii BA t;i.e.,is: .41 : ,. Jo" .., : , 0,,,,,117:- : :i4k 4(--(1.14 't ',N4111 14 Z . ill come oN boY.5 ,. : - , 1 . versity of Pennsylvania. Rob Murray, the Holy Cross pitcher. weakened and ' Beaton-Philadelphia 2360 a I ) vit., ,,,!41 OiAlia GE1-19105E ek. .: ,," i lip ' . Rain 4. 111 110th. - 0 1 ,--, the visitors grabbed the game, 4 to & New YZ Penn did not get a hit until the sev- Pittsburg-Cincinnti Cold rk-Brooklyn ', a Rain S '.1 a 10M---- . : 1111' .. . si IN i.c. t enth. and then Irwin scored on his own '......0e t , .,-. p ,, 1 1...p0,0 - , , ' - - ' , d111 single and Minds' double. Hits by Wal- National League Standing. . , 1 , - 11 - -- "-- 4' 4 lace, Mann and McChett. a bad throw Won Lost Poo won 191 , .......-a.- 6 'N44 . zi , - 1,11rt ' 1 I Intl:1;01Yr: hia a 0 1.000 . c JSP it '- ol........- I 4. t ., criDft I I by Norton and a wild pitch gave Penn IR, 3 0 1.000 .400 Irlitsti GAME ' ' - . ,l''.hniclaindnealpti150 114 20 814 r i g 1111 till' ,..'' ---- I , ":4-- ---..16111,,r'-" - II ',,- ,717- , Hiri HAb iELP, .s theVictory in the eighth. The score: I ,. 1 70 40 , , 1 1 .833 .114 UNIV OF PE NN P 22 16 0 s 55 ,- - Jj -'r- e I bh po a e 3 4 .429 .429 , 13 8 6 2 29 -,--rf,-', . .., . St Louis HOLY CbithOp,s,Sa el I-, ... ,,,, ,,,..-..--- . N , ,,,- m . sca ' ,00144 .4--:,,s-.11 T4' act ' 1041mx111-5rE.ox:m.ro M PTEwslwrit-c-e illk(ks' I inn 2h.... 1 0 8 0 1 Murray 213. 1 2 2 0 clamor 2 3 .400 .823 SECOND GAME ,sit , 411-tgat dit ,,,,,., s, ,,,4, - Ak1' r--rim W.1- NINE All Haley rt... 0 0 1 0 Norton 3b... 0 0 3 1 ..,, BOSTON 1 3 .250 .161 I 11 . 6 6 6 29 afl "., ,-.: ''''' , ' '''',,, A it.,. rrytet'inhetitt, rt... 1. 01 00 00 0S klitionrdgerreso 70. 11 1 1 21 01 0 3 .000 400 wMlinudiasmest.s.b... 01 1 00 01 1,),alihreiyearte.t:: 00 1 00 00 New York 0 3 .000 .661 , 8 4 0 0 12 ,, 00,- . 044.t'l s e 0 , toot I.- sriAq S ,....,-,7 "' , '- leo, (D ng Game. 16..e,.. It'......--2 Settimpt as.. 0 1 2 0 Nforphy It 1 2 0 0 ' Alb,.-- MI' 'L'-.--7' . .--.2-------- - , - .:-.4---..e. White as.... 0 1 0 0 Carroll e.... 0 8 2 0 National League Games Today. Collins had good support in the -w II, do.... 41- g game and got through till the ---, :--- Igo - di, - Wallace lb. 1 8 0 0 It Murray p. 0 1 3 0 Boston at Philadelphia. 0 , .. T . , Ilk .'"0 . . .' ',. 4 t - . r . . - - Sehwert c.. 0 7 0 0 - - - - inning without beirtg sCored on. -,461' ,w-14'111111 , - ow . clirel le tnr oP .pn..;.:. 0 00 001 001 Que . - "le - 11-3 - - 17 P711 , -- t he was not in his best form. , ".--,-.1f( kt ,,,..' --------41,' N- 8 ,,..... Chicago at St LOW& Totals.... 4 2713 2 New York at Brooklyn. a ---) Atk ' ' ''''' ' ' ' Pittsburg at Cincinnati. ' while the Red Sox bad scored a '''I '''' . P'41111 ' . 1''). 4 -.'"..."':"---...- 40 ,,'. - - - the second inning, when Lewis '-.. 1 Totals.... 5 27 7 1 1 .1-1., , , 7 - - 41 1 a a - . AMID LOW MOANS tit011 IT-IZ , " 151EACHER5 MK. Prt41400c CLEARED ' - ' . , IrT , 1:;,.c r-,Arcvv ritic elpspqa ; - - , ' . , . . . , , , , --' , , , - . ,. , , , ...- - , - .... , . . - , ' , , - , , ummonm. ..- . ."-....,... - .tuoo lie- le At Atiant ,a Spring r. SYRACITS Good, right tt kr Of the New r, day sold to Lt Of the East( e H Commis CHICAbO, 4 Baseball Co k cago next AN " at theflic t Aside from rl there wags n, Errs dr....a.m., ta. 61,4 . way 1 s.....mw..ozzmz...... janc. Makers I 1 h 1 1 ) c 1...................... -- ',.....37.,..,..v ..., 1 I ii:; . 1 Calf 4 ' that T1 tht, two t"----. i a a 1 1! ann. ygnuo, 1. 4116 : . )11- , I 4 , - , itl, (A!.Ac.TO 1. ROW T ' 41' , t 17, ,

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