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THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1910, KAUFF GETS TWO HITS, BUT ERRS Benny Drops a Fly in the Tenth and the Misplay Helps Braves Score Winning Run Over Giants at New York. MATTY STARTS 17TH SEASON B ASEBALL STANDING AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. CLUBS. Louisville __^___ __ INDIAN Al'OLlsf _0|_»I 0|_4| 3|12| .933 0| 3|~6l 2|~3| 0| .693 j 1 ] 1 1 t 1 If NEW YORK, May 4 --The v e t e r a n New York pitcher, Christopher Mathewson. started his beventeenth season with the New York team here today and lost a close ten-inning game to Boston, 7 to 6. With the exception of the first inning, when he was handicapped by indifferent infield support, Mathewson pitched good ball. He lost in the tenth when he gave his only base on bails to Smith, who took second on Kauff's muff of Coinp- ton's fly, and scored on Gowdy's single. Score: Bos. AB H.O A E| N Y. A B H O A B Manvlle.a B -1 2 4 1 Burn-s.lf.. 4 2 2 1 0 J3vers,2.. 5 1 5 3 0 KobrtBn.rf 6 2 2 0 0 Collln§,lf. 5 2 2 0 0 Doyle, 2 . . 4 0 2 0 1 Wllhoit.rf 5 2 1 0 0 Kauff.cf . 5 2 3 0 1 Kntchy.l 5 2 6 0 0 Fletcher.s 5 1 1 4 0 Smith,3.. 4 2 1 4 I M e i l e . l . 4 1 11 2 1 Cmptn.cf. 5 1 4 0 1 M i K b n M 4 2 2 4 0 GoWtJy.c. 5 2 8 2 0 Rarlden.c 4 1 3 1 0 Tyler.p.. 4 J 1 0 . 0 'Rouseh . 0 0 0 0 0 Hughes.p 1 0 0 0 O D o o l n c . . 0 0 1 0 0 Mthwsn.p 3 0 2 6 0 . Totals... 44 14 30 3 Totals. ..38 11 *29 IS 3 'Collins out, hit by batted ball. 'Ran for Rarldcn in ninth. Boston 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 -- 7 N e w Y o i k . . 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0--6 Two-baso hit -- Fletcher. Three-base hits Merklc. Stolen bases-- Rousch. Sacilllce flies -- Doyle, Mathewson. Double plays -Smith to Evers to Konetchy; Maranvllle to Bvers to Konetchy; McKetchnle to' Merkle. Base on balls--- Oft Mathewson, 1; off Tyler, 1. Hits and earned luns -- Off Mathewson, 3 runs; off. Tyler, 10 hits and 3 runs In $* innings; off Hughes, 1 lilt and no runs in 1% innings. Struck out -- By Mathewaon, 1, by Tyler, 3, by Hughes, 1. Umplres--Rlgler and Eason. Time-- -2.08. MYERS SAVES GAME. BROOKLYN, N. Y., May 4.-- Brooklyn strengthened its hold on first place today by shutting out Philadelphia, 2 to 0. The Superbas bunched two"doubles and two singles of McQuillan in the fifth, scoring two runs. Dell pitched grea f ball throughout, allowing only three hits. Two sensational catches by Myers oft Cravath and Luderus In deep center in the ninth, with a runner on first, saved a tie and a possible defeat. Score: Phlla. AB H O A 13 Bklyn. AB H O A E Stock.3.. 4 0 0 1 0 H.Myrs.cf. 4 1 6 0 0 Bancrft.s 3 1 4 4 0 Daubert.l 4 1 9 1 0 Whittd.lf 4 1 4 0 0 Stengel.rf 3 0 2 0 U Cravth.rf. 4 0 0 0 0 Wheat.lf 3 1 2 0 0 Luderus.l 4 1 10 0 0 Mowrey,3. 3 1 1 0 0 Paskrt.cf 8 0 2 0 0 Cutahaw,2 2 0 2 2 1 Niehoff.2 8 0 2 5 OOlson.s... 3 1 1 6 1 Burns.c.. 2 0 2 1 0 J Myers.o 3 1 4 1 0 'Cooper.. 1 0 0* 0 ODell.p.... 3 1 0 1 0 Adams.c. 0 0 0 0 0 M'Quiln.p 1 0 0 1 0 ! Good.... 1 0 0 0 0 Rixey.p.. 0 0 0 1 0 Totals. 80 3 24 13 0 Totals.. 28 7 2 7 1 0 2 *Batted for Burns In the eighth : Batted for McQuillan In the eighth. Philadelphia.. O O O ' O O O O O 0 -- 0 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 * 2 Two-base hits -- Luderus, Mowrey, Olson Three-base hit -- Whitted Stolen bases-Paskert, Daubert. Sacrifice hits -- McQuillan, Mowrey, Cutshaw. Double play -- NIehoff to Bancroft to Luderus Bases on balls -- Off McQuillan, 1; off Rlxey, 1; off Dell, 1. Hits and earned rune -- Off McQuillan, 6 hitg, 2 runs, in 7 innings; off Rlxey, ' 1 hit, no runs, in 1 inning. Struck out -- By McQuillan, 1; by Dell, 4. Passed ball--Burns Urn- L A V E N D E R WEAKENS. PITTSBURGH, Pa., May 4.-- Pittsburgh defeated Chicago here today, 4 to 2, winning in the eighth inning when Lavender weakened and allowed two triples, a double and a single which gave the Pirates three funs. Score: Minneapolis , . ]| »\ | 1| 0| 8| 0| 0| 71^.5:18 Columbus ...'. 0| 0| 2| | 2| 0| I| 2| 7| .538 Kansas Cit» ... 0| 0| 0| SJ I 8| 0| 0| 5| .385 Toledo ".' "of 0| ofoj f| I 1| 2| 41 .333 St. Paul 0| 2| 0| 1| 0| 1| | 0| 4| .333 Milwaukee .7.. 0| 0] 0| 2| 0| 1| 0| I 8| .231 Total lost.... 1| 4| 61 01 8! 8| 8|iO|..|. ... f ' In Other Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W LPct W LPct. Brooklyn.. 8 4 .667 Chicago ... 8 7 533 Boston 8 5 .615 St. Louis. .. 8 9 .471 Phlla.. .. 8 6 .571 Pittsburgh. 7 9 .437 Cincinnati, 10 8 .556 New York.. 2 11 .154 A M E R I C A N LEAGUE. W LPot W LPct Wr*hin§rtn 11 C . 6 4 7 N ? w Y o t k . 8 8 500 Cleveland.. 11 7 .61 1 Detroit.. . . 9 9 .500 Boston,. . 10 8 W 6 S t Louis. . 6 10 .375 Chicago . 10 9 626 Phi la fi ) 2 .294 CENTRAL LEAGUE. W. L. Pet W L Pet Davton . . . 5 0 1 000 Wheeling . . 2 8 .400 Evansvllle.. 6 1 857 South Bend. 2 4 .383 G. Rapids... 3 2 .600 Springfield 1 4 .200 Terre Haute 3 3 .500 Muskegon. .. 1 6 .143 / Yesterday's Results A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION. INDIANAPOLIS, 11; ST. PAUL, 5. Louisville, 3; Minneapolis, 2. Kansas City, 7; Toledo, 1. Milwaukee, 6; Columbus, 8. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburgh, 4, Chicago, 2. Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis, I. Boston, 7, New York, 6. (10 Innings.) Brooklyn, 2, PliIladelplTtaT 0 A M E R I C A N LEAGUE. Cleveland, 2; Chicago, 0- St. Louis, 7; Detroit, 6. Washington, 5, Philadelphia; 1. Boston, 3, New York, 0. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Atlanta, 3; Mobile, 1. Chattanooga, 2; -Memphis, 0. Birmingham, 7; New Orleans, 6. Nashville, 3, Little Rock, 1. WESTERN LEAGUE. Des Molnes, 7; Lincoln, 6. Wichita, 3; Topeka, 2. Omaha, 6; Sioux City, 0. St Joseph, 6; Denver, 3 CENTRAL LEAGUE, Springfield, 4; Wheeling, 2. , Terre Haute, 4; Muskegon, 0. Dayton, 9; South Bend, 6. Grand Rapids, 4; Evansville, 0 Today's Games A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION. INDIANAPOLIS AT ST. PAUL. Toledo at Kansas City. Louisville at Minneapolis. Columbus at Milwaukee. N A T I O N A L LEAGUE. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at St Louis Chicago at Pittsburgh. A M E R I C A N LEAGUE. St. Louis at Detroit Cleveland at Chicago DOWNS YANKEES WITJHWO HITS Pitcher Leonard of Boston Shows Great Form and Shuts Out New York Americans, 3 to 0, in Fast Dame. LocalBoy Enters* · t| __ L t ,, , , MIJLIII.JIIIIIL.IMIIIIMII iiir-i-." j^T J B^ n »a ag »ea,T;itjt^r-"f''=rFwrT---rri ~i TI-.TI rt * TOM ALLKV, an Indianapolis boy, will take part in the 300- mile race on May 30. He will drive tho Orgen Special, tho last car to enter the sixth annual classic. Alley has been in the race game for a long time and as a mechanician learned it from the bottom up. He lives at 410 Irving place. CALDWELL IS QUITE WILdi BOSTON, May 4.-- Leonaid allowed New York only, two hits today, the Boston Americana shutting out the vHHoi.«, 3 to 0. Caidwell hit two men during the second inning, one of them, Bany, scoring on Catrigun's sacrifice and L e o n a r d s sharp single to center. Hoblitnell and Lewis singled in the eighth inning, the former being forced at thiid when Gard- micrffToe. neT- atterTrptea to micrffToe. Lewis Gardner worked a double steal and tho former scoied on Barry's infield h i t , Gardner going to third. The latter v\as caught off third but tallied when Caidwell dropped Baker's throw to the plate. Malsel.cf Ollboly.rf 4 Magee.lf. Baker, 3 Plpp.l ' Pknpgh.s Nunmkr.c 3 Caldwel.p 3 Totals. New York 0 Boston 0 A f s e J S B 4 4 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 8 H 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 O 3 2 2 2 2 7 4 2 0 24 A 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 4 12 R 0 0 0 0 0 J ] 0 1 3 Bos Hnrksn,lf. 4 1 J a n v r l n . a . 3 2 Hoopet.if. 4 Hobllt.sU. 4 ABH O A E 0 2 1 Gaidnei,3. 3 0 3 2 3 0 Le\\ Kef Bai ry, 2 Caiigan.c 8 0, Leoiuiid.p 3 1 1 Totalfl., 29 9 27 12 0 1 1 r Schulte.lt 4 Flack.rf. 3 'Mann... 0 Wilima.ct 3 Zmrmn.S 4 Saler.l... 3 Doolan.s. 3 Archer, c. 3 YerkeB,2. 3 Lavndr.p. 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 16 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 5 0 Johnston,! 4 1 6 Carey.lf... 4 1 3 Barney.cf. 3 0 2 Hchmn.rf. 4 2 2 Wagner.s 2 1 3 Balrd,3... 4 0 1 Knabe,2., 4 2 0 0 0 Schmldt.c 4 0 10 4 0 Cooper.p.. 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 T) 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 Totals. 29 6 2 4 1 3 0| Totals7^32 8,27 7 0 'Batted for Flack in the ninth Chicago 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 ~ 0 0--2 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 ·--4 Two-base" .hits--Zimmerman, Archer, Hlnchman, Knabe, Three-base hits--Williams, Carey, Hinchman Stolen bases-Barney, Schulte, Sacrifice hit--Doolan. Double plays--Schmidt to Wagner to Johnstons Schmidt to Balrd. First base on balls--Off lavender, 2; off Cooper. 3. Earned runs-Off Lavender, 4; off Coopei, 2 Hit by pitcher--Bv Lavender, Wagner. Struck out --By Lavender, S; by Cooper, 9 Umpires-O'Day and Harrison Time--1'46. CARDS WEAKEN IN NINTH. - '· -f.**- . . . - . - - . . . and Cincinnati made three runs, winning ** 4 to 8. Score: nis Cln. AB H O A E Neale.cf. 6 1 Kilefer.lf 4 1 Chase, 1.. 4 arlfith.rf. 4 Groh,3... 3 Herzog.s, 3 2 Louden, 2. 4 2 Clark.c.. 1 'Rodgers. 0 Schulz.p. 0 'Mitchell. 1 Snider.p. 0 Toney.p.. 2 Wlngo.c. 1 1 0 112 0 3 0 0 0 o 0 0 2 2 3 2 5 3 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 St. L AB H O A B Bescher,lf 4 0 Smlth.ef.. 4 1 Betzel,2 . 4 Long.rf... 4 Miller,!.. Beck,3... 4 2 3 Gonzales.c 3 Ames.p... 3 'Snydor... 1 Wllson... 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 110 2 0 1 0 0 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 32 9 27 12 5 Totals. 82 7 27 13 'Ran for Clark In the eighth. 'Batted for Schulz in the ninth. ·Batted for Berk In the nlntli. 'Batted for Hornsby In the ninth. Cincinnati 0 0--n 0 1 0 0 0 3 -- 4 S t . Louis 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0--2 Two-base hits--Gonzalea. Betzel Stolen bases--Herzog, Louden, Miller, Hornnby Sacrifice hits--Klllefer, Wtngo. Double plays --Betzel to Miller; Wingo to Chase. Bases on balls--Off Toney, 2, off Schultz, 1; oft Ames, 4. Hits and earned tuns--Off Toney, 8 hita, 2 iuns, In 6 Innings, off Schneider. ^ run, no hits, In 1 Inning. Struck out -By Toney, B, by Schultz 1, by .Sehneldei 1; by Ames, 6. Passed balls--Oonzales i Umpires--Klein and IStnslle _ Time--1'67. TECH INDIANS AGAIN WIN LEAGUE GAME, 23 to 10 East Side School Leaders Continue Fast Race and Pile Up Big Scbre on the Tigers. CLUB STANDING W. I, Indians 4 0 Braves 1 T Giants 0 2 Tigers 0 2 Washington at Philadelphia New York at Boston CENTRAL LEAGUE. Wheeling at Springfield Dayton at South Bend. Evansvllle at Grand Rapids Terre Haute at Muskegon. A. A. A. 7?ace Officials Named CONCLUDED FROM PAGE 14. of the Orgen Chicago. The Motor Car car weighs Company of 2,000 pounds 0--0 Two-base hits--Janvrln, Peeklnpaugb, Stolon bat.cs--Lewis, Gaidner Sactiflcp hits --Lewis, Gardner, Carrlgan Double plays-Baker to Pipp to Peckinpaugh, Peckinpaugh to Baker. Bases on balls--Off Caidwell, 1. off Leonard, 2. Hits and earned runs--OfC Caidwell, 9 hits, 2 runH. off Leonard, 2 hits, no runs Hit by pitcher--By Caldwell (Jan- vrln, Barry) Struck out--By Oaldwll, 1, by Leonaid, 2 Passed ball--Nunamaker Umpires--Connolly and Owens, Time--1 12 DUBUC LOSES FOR TIGERS. DETROIT, Mich., MayJ_4.-~St. Louis broke its long losing streak today when it defeated Detroit, 7 to 6, in a loosely plajed contest that went thirteen innings. Sisler led the way to victory when he hunted safely in the flnal Iri- ning and scored on a sacrifice, an en or and a single. Detroit used four pitchers and St. Louis three. Dubuc, who started for the Tigers, lost hia own game in the fifth inning by making a wide throw to the plate, with the bases filled and a certain double play in sight, lie got but one man and his miss cost two runs. Cobb failed to hit in s,K times at bat. Score. St L, -AB H O Shoton.lf 6 0 5 ,Iohnsn,8. B 0 M l l l e i . r f . B Slbler.l.. 6 PratU... 4 Mrsans.cf B Deal,3... 5 Hartley.c B Dvnpit.p. 1 M'Cabe.p. 0 Groom,p. 2 'Tobin .. 1 J Borton . 1 2 1 1 2 17 1 4 0 5 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Del. Vltt,3. Cobb.cf AB H O A E 2 2 3 0 Veach.lf.. 6 1 i 2 Crwfrd.rf 5 0 1 Hellman,2 6 3 1 6 1 19 6 2 4 Htanage.c. 4 2 4 "Malsel. . . 0 0 0 0 1 Buins.l. Young.s Baker,c 'Harper. 1 1 Dubuc.p . 2 Erlkson.p 0 DausH.p . 1 'Kavangh 1 Covlskle.p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals. BO 12 39 19 Totals. 40 10 39 16 3 'Batted for Davenport In the fifth 'Batted for McCabe In the sixth. "Batted firrDnnBs in the eleventh ·Batted for Baker In the thirteenth. "Ran for Stanage In the ninth. S t . Louis 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1--7 Detioit, 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--6 Two-base hits--Sisler, Veach, Heilmann, 2 Three-base hits--Pratt, Young, Dubuc. Stolen bases--Deal, 2; Marsans, Vltt, Veach Sacrifice hits--Pratt, Mai sans, DRUBS Double plays--Johnson to Pratt Bases on balls-Off Davenport, 1; off Groom, 1; off Dubuc, 3; off Erickson, 1; off Dains, 1, off Covcles- kle, 2. Hits and earned runs--Off Daven^ port, hits, 6; runs 3 In 4 Innings, off McCabe hits 3, runs 3 In 1 Inning; off Groom, hits 3, runs 0 In 8 innings, off Dubuc, hits 4, runs 8 In 5 Innings; off Eilckson, hits 1, runs D_inone out In s i x t h ) ; o^ff DUUSR, lilts 3, runs 3 in 6 Innings, off Covcleskle, hits 2, runs 1 in 2 Innings Stiuck out--Bv Groom 1 , 3, by Dubuc, 1, bv Dauss, 2 Um- pires--Hlldebrand and O'Loughlin Time-2:48. SPEAKER'S HIT WINS. CHICAGO, May 4.--Cleveland shut out Chicago 2 to 0 today in their first gamp here of the season. Speaker's double, fol- lowlng a base on ballsjto Turner, gave the visitors their first run. Their other run was made in the sixth when Wambs- ganss's double scored Roth, who had singled. Two lightning double plays deprived the locals of at least two runs, and probably cost them tbe game President Comi'skey today announced the release of Joe Fautsch, Infielder, to the Richmond club of the International League. Score: and carries a four-cylinder motor with a bore of 3^3-64 inches and a stroke of 6 inches. This Elves it a piston displacement of 299 eubte-inches, which is within the 300-cubtc-inch displacement limit ^^^ 1 ^^^^^^%5^^.^^^^-._^TM^.-^^ilaeea An_tJje cars by,,Jthe Spegdway. infield crackelTIn" the ninth inning today! Allgy is an imlfttnapWs Boy and" line ·zas--__ .,,- j rv j n g piaoe, Ho has chosen a 1 ? ^haniclan, Harold Smith of Gal- restonrTex. He nnished In eighth place in the 500-mile race last year r driving a Duesenberg car. His time for the rare was 6:15:08.01, or an average of T9.B8 miles an hour, He began his career as a rot, i.ooo 500 .00ft .000 The Indians of the Technical High School League held theh lead when they easily defeated tho Tigers yesterday, 23 to 10 The game was close until the fourth Inning when ten runs were scored by the winners. Two pltcheia of tho Tigers were knocked out of tho box. Tho Indians have not lost a gamo and the Faculty will try to defeat them Monday. Andmson and McKlnxle will form the battery for the teachers Scoie 1 Indians 6 0 3 l6 0 0 B--23 I B 3 2 4 0 runs--Brown 1 1 0 2--10, 8 Tigeis Home runs--Brown Three-bnso lilts- Brown, Meyers, A. Brottn. Two-base hits-Lawler, Woods, Ash, The tiack elimination trials were held yesterday nt Wlllaid Pnrk and Coach Brun- how picked the stars who are to RO t» Greenfield tomorrow. Tho same team that won'from Blchmond will make tho trip. Cleve. ABH O A K Oianey.rf 4 Turner,3, 4 Speakr.cf 4 Roth.rf . 4 Gandil.l. 4 Howard.3 4 Wmbgs.s. 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 12 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 '2 0 y. 4. -0" (U0 . A- Coumbe.p 4 0 1 6 ' Chi. Ldhold.rf 2 Morlrty.l. 2 M'Mulln.3 4 E Collns,2 4 J Clns.if 1 4 Jackfon,lf 8 FflHch.cf 4 AB H 0 A E Schalk.c . 2 2 10 1 Willams.p 2' 0 0 3 'Lynn . . . 1 _0_0_0_(L Paber,p. . , 0 1 1 0 0 , test driver in this city and .his rise to fame was swift. He ascrlbesf a big part of his success to Ralph DePalma, with whom he rode in the 1914 race. His first big race was at Sioux City in 1914 where he set the pace for more than half the race He was a dangerous contender until he was burned by a gasoline explosion. He turned his car over to Ralph Mulford who finished third for him In dlrf track races in 1914 he proved his ability as a-dr-iver. At Minne-" apolis he ran away from such drivers aa Burman Mulford and DePalma and bioke the world's record on dirt tracks for 100 miles. With his additional experience he is expected to show some real s»peed In the SOTT-mile event this season. _ CHRISTIAENS PICKS MECHANIC. J OSEF CHRISTIAENS has chosen the man who will ride through the big race with him ami act as his mechanician. The man he has picked is his brother, A Christlaens of Brussels, Belgium. They have driven together in a number of races and Josef, in a letter to Speedway officials, declares that IIP is exceedingly glad that his brother has been able to leave tho army In Belgium long enough to help him w i n tbo 300-mile Indianapolis race. Advices from New York say t h a t Chris- tiaena is tuning up bis Sunbeam on the big wooden saucer at Sheepshead Ray and that he will take part in the Metropolitan Cup race before leaving for Indianapolis The car he i» driving has a record of 120 miles an hour on the Brooklands tracinn England, where it made several time trials. It never has been driven in a race. SUE CHICAGO SPEEDWAY. Creditors Ask That Receiver Be Appointed -- Officials Claim Solvency. CHICAGO, May 4 --Suit foi tlio a p p o i n t - ment of a receiver for the Speedway 1'aik Association, which operates tho automobile race track built last yeai at Maxwood, a suburb, was begun today In tW C h c u l t Court by Charles Mcltiigli and others who claim to bo creditors McIIugh alleged IIP had been unable to collect on a j u d g m e n t of »2,574 Th" atmoclatl6n -is a $1, 000,000- oorpoiatlon Officers of the association said that the concern was solvent and could liquidate any claims The petition for a lecolver, It IB nald, would not Interfere with the raco to take place May £0. Totals. 35 9 2 7 ) 4 1| Totals . 31 8 37 9 0 "Batted for Wllllamo In the seventh. Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 1 n 0 0--3 Chicago.,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 Two-base hits--Speaker, Jackson, Wambs- ganss Seolen base--Schalk, Sacrifice hits- Jackson, Schalk Double plays--Schalk to Weaver, Coumbe to Gandll to O'Nell Wambsganss to Howard. Bases on balls -Off Williams, 2; off Faber, 1 Earned runs --Off Williams, 2 in 7 innings Struck out --By Williams, 6; by Coumbe, 2, by Faber 1 Umpires--Evans and Chill. Time--1:43 ANOTHER FOR JOHNSON. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Mav 4.--John son kept Thlladelphia's hits seatterei and Washington won easily today, 5 to Sheehan was wild, giving nine bases 01 balls and making two wild pltcnes It eight innings, but tho visitors lost sev eral scoring oppoitunitles when tnpje up'on efforts to steal bases. Score: Wash AB H O A B Moeller.rf 5 Fostar.S . B Mllan.cf. 4 Rondeu,lf 3 ,fudee,l.. 4 Morgan,2. 3 Slmnks.a Johnsn.p. 4 0 0 0 Totals. 3 3 1 2 2 7 11 0 Phlla AH 11 o A 3 Witt,ft Walsh,i f Strunk.of. Lajole 2 M ' I n n K I Plok,3 Srhanfj.r 1 0 3 Oldllng.lf. 4 0 1 0 1 0 Sheehan.p 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 3 8 0 3 0 0 Meyei , Wcavci.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 6 27 20 'Batted for Sheelmirln the eighth Washington Philadelphia., t 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -Two-base hits--Moeller, Witt Three-has hits- Foster. Strunk Stolen bases --Milan Judge 2, Morgan Sactlfiro hit- Moigan Bases on balls--Off Kheelian 9, off Weaver 1. Hits anrl earned runs-Off Johnson, hits, 1 run In t Innings, off Rhcchan, f hits 1 run In 8 innings, off Wea\er, 6 bits, i u n n In 1 Inning, Struck out By Johnson 7; by b h e e h a n / i . wild p l u h p f i -- S h e c h a n L Johnson Umpires -Dlneen and Nalllr Time--1 55 CONCLUDED FROM PAGE 14. asct(ill nine does not appear. Mr Marn has not told us whether they will at- empt that d i f f i c u l t caclan/a Local Jottings, M'COURT WINNER IN CUE LEAGUE Pittsburgh Representative in Interstate league Takes First Place and Wins $750 Prize Money--Ellis Second. LOCAL PLAYERS SPLIT EVEN McCOURT BEATS 8CANLAN. CLKVKLANl), O., !Mu 4.--ChurlpH M«. Court of rittnlmrgh tonight won tho Inter. Htato Three.Cushion Illlllttrd league clmm- ploiidhlp by defeating John Scanlnn of thin eltj, 60 to 30, in his flnal match of tho NCH- gon. Tills gives AlrCourl rt record of 31) games won nnd 0 lout. Chariot) Klllx, nlio of Pittsburgh, cloned his neuron wltli lift PATRIOTS AWAKE! Our National Existence Is At Stake!! The U.S. Alone Must Possess-- It Means Control of the Seas! --Blondie Patten dropped in ypst. eve o ask whether t'y 01 Ilex gets ciedlt or winning est 's gulnp at St. Paul, Hex oes. --Jiinrnie MoGlll \\as ;e Tiosl at :i little incheon .it which Seth Klein, Tom Jones nd Doug Wheeler weie gueHts, but n f t » i - ards J C won the box of candy at tho gar stand over which lite presides. Jasy money, eh, Jlmmie? --Bob Wilkin, just back from Lousville, ays that John Lancaster, (ieo. Ilueclu'l t al. had better not i.-ive so much about heir Boys Our Indians, Hob Buy), can ake Their Boys out and trim them the eat day they ever saw with one hand led behind their backs, too, eh, bob? --Cap Tarlton was wandoilng about ke a lost spirit long about 4 p. m. yest. ooking for a boon companion Did you nd him, Cap? --Peto Willis homed into the gamo at he cigar stand yest, and got a good rimming and seives you l i g h t , too, 1'ete. --Paul Martin is w o i k i n g overtime tiy»- ng to get news of the Notie Dame Glee Club's coming into the papeis and is suc- eeding in breaking into this one only. We're always glad, to help j o u , Paul --The Old Timer kicked one t h e other ay when he made PJiil Lewis a member f the Milleis and Baldamoro Acosta lay with the Breweis. Pretty soon he'll iut Ty Cobb with the 'Yankees and Walt ohnson with the Tigers or the, Keds. :?ome again, Old Timer, --Heib Berg took ye,ed down the line cat. in Hal Cooler's three-cushion bil- iard tourney to the tune of 12 to 15 in ieventy-three innings, each player get- ing a high run of two and \o ed having none of the breaks and missing a lot of naturals that he nevHrVlll miss when he meets Jack Bad or Hairy Gelsel. From St. Paul. With the flibt road game a. v u l o r y Manager Hendrlcks hopes to hang up , recoid on the western swing of the ircuit. Itogge is the pitching selection for tomorrow, with Carter and Willis In cserve. "We aie in first class condition, and barring injuries our club should be in BYJJLAUDE WOLFF. When" August Kleckhofcr d e f e a t e d Pierre Maupome last night in their last interstate cue match of t h e season, thn first four places in the league nice w o i c decided. __Charlps McCourt of I ' l t t s b t i r g l ' Is tho winner of first place, w i t h Chailes Kills of I'ltlsburgli, woild's t h i e e - c i i H l i l o i l champion, in second place. M a u p o m n of j St. Louis (H tlie winner of t h i i d and Clnr- ence Jatltson of l o t l o t t lido f o u i t b money cinched, B his victory, M c C o u i t w i n s H i s t j n l / o of $750; Kills takes second inoiun, ^460, Maupome Is tho winner of $!100, while Jackson wins $200 for fourth place The otlier money places in t h o league race, including twelfth position, have not been decided, as there'are scveial games j e t to be played. ; , Morin Downs Gasper. Last night at tbo Boaid of Trade two gamos were plaved. Charles M o i i r r ot Chicago defeated Vernon (jasper in tho first match, while T I a i r v Cooler, pie.sl- dent of the Interstate League, defeated George Copulos of Detroit The hitter plau»r look the place of .ICHH Lean in t i n league and when defeated last night w e n t i n t o n tie w i t h Morln for t w e l f t h nioriov The gamo between M o i l n nnd Oaspei w o n t e i g h t y - t h r o e I n n i n g s w i t h t h o f o i - rner coming out on top In a count of »0 to 37 Morln scored c o n s i s t e n t l y for tbe first fiftv-flvo Innings, m a k i n g 41 points, but it took him t w e n t v - c l i r h t I n n i n g s to count the remaining six Tbo w i n n e r had a high run of f o u r , as did tbo loser. Morln took (be load at tho start of tho gamo and held It throughout. Cooler Defeats Copulas. In t l i e second game Coolei came t h i o u g l i with a victory and I n d d e u t a l l v placed Copulos In a tie for t w e l f t h place w i t h Morln. Cooler played g r e a t b l l l l a n l s foi tho fliHt forty-nine Innings, c o u n t i n g thlrty-nlno points At t h a t stage Copulos bad 27. Both playei.s shot ,i slow and careful game w i t h p l e n t y of s a f e t y Tho Dotloiler spurted nnd cloned Un gap find In the e i g h t y - f o u r t h i n n i n g tbe scorn was 46 to 4B in Cooler's favor The home player counted one In tlie eighty-seventh n n d lan out with three in tbo following, fi ame. Tbe Jlrst count In the- run wns ono of tho hardest shftts iseon on the local table tills season. Cooler bad a high run of six, while tbe best Copulos could do was n f o u n t of four. UTS. submarines, so equipped, could remain submerged indefinitely, could terrorize the oceans for thousands of miles an_d_could-enter the Thames, Kiel Harbor or the Dardanelles without being discovered and sink great fleets of dreadnaughts!!! Watch This Newspaper for Big Announcement Auto TOQS Bosch Magnetos U A T K H M !''!. CO. 4111 N. ('upltol Avenue. Slrtiiii Sfiiice Svil«m 37 W.Vtr. Phiio 3000 T'lidlllni- Aittiiiuolilln On. of Indlami, 500 Ciiplliil Avrinin C O I, k M O T O It t' A It · O. rnclury 1!IO-740 1C. Wunli. Ht. I on It. Hlllllh, \\OHlrrn Il«'l'. Eiseman Magnetos Franklin VSVIKJ! Gafford Trucks rim./wom!!' 1 ' I Oltll NlljM'lt A It HO It HICKS, C».. III. « Wil SI HiHlni-Silhirliiiil Metor Sil» Ci. 5UN Mer Hh.nefUl7»M. 12J4 Indlint Siluuimi Niw Yirk Hit M«ridi»tiSti. Old riiimo 1HHI, New JI402. Pierce Sfutz Hrniidi, 4!!I-H H. Cuultol Avc. I'. O'Hrlpii Co., N. t'up. Ht. h T II T '/, M O T O i l C A It O O. Tenth iiinl Cn|i|tol Avc. TU«A VIIIKHI'ONK 1IOOO I If 08 MnniNB Mfrilco H.vMe.n, 87 W, Vt. M| til,'A II A NT II 1C TIKIti ] I U OS 800-10 Noiilh Illinois STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE UNITED STATES OF THE BRANCH Motor Men, Are~G6ing to Try to Play Ball Game the race all the way," said Manager There's going to be a big bilttle staged at Washington Park FTunday m o i n l n g in the way of a baseball encounter betweeji tho East Sides and the West 8lde.n, ten ma made up of automobile nnd uecPHHory men of Indianapolis. Tho East Hides will number In their squad the, men in the automobile business east of Meridian stieet, and tbe West Hides' loster will be composed of gasoline wagon m e i c b a n t H went of Meridian. The game IB scheduled to start at 10 a m., and there w i l l be enough reserves on hand to till up n n v holes made bv exhaustion The rosteis follow East Sides. Flint Team--Ilehm f K f l l y K p i l i i K ) , Hi, Showaltcr (Palut), 2b, Myors ( O a k l a n d ) , 'Hi, McCord (Studebakei), sa, Ooebcl ( f ' b o v i o let), r f ; Delbrook (ThalmeiM), ( f , I l u n n r - woll (Hudson), I f , Trone ( O c t i o l t K l c c l i l d ) , catcher, Affeitflr (l)ntrolt K l e t t r l c ) , p l t d u r Second Tpnin-KanoUHo ( r n t c i s t a t n t , I b , Law (Hudson), Sb. Pj^rnonH h t u d - b a k f i ) . 8b, Orlffey (ArorB«orlcB), m, Wlleox (Cane), i f , BroarluB (Mllk-r Tires), rf , H l i d ( I n k ' i - Btdtfl, I f ; Garhartt ( H u d n o n ) , i n t d i o i , Cunningham (C)ievrolft), pltchoi H u b N t l t u t f H -- Bryan, O a k l a n d , diaprnnn, Oakland, Fift, Tnidnon, Kolley, A r m e , Chapman, FlBk, Hayes, I n t o r d t a t p , Mycis, StiKln- baker, Dunning, R t u d o B a k t i , H u l l a i d , fitudc- baker, I^loyd?, Case, nolllnifei, Kelly K p i l r i K , Uoa.fl Oakland, Wlkkjn, H u d n o n , Clilllson, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Limited ON THE 31st Day of Dec'ember, 1915. Tlie U N Hi (inch O l I U c l«i loialcil at No, 5') J o h n sheet, New Y o i k c i t y , N Y._ .1 M O N T O O M K U Y 1 I A K I O . W I L L I A M I I A U K , possible exception---of--another- hu-iloi, --will stand pat on my present-lineup^ 1 -Th*o new Lexington Park Js nowhere near as largo as the old one. The field ias been rearranged and home plate in where left field was formerly. The stands accommodate ten thousand and were packed to a suffocation point this afternoon, Catcher Schang was guilty of a bad play when lie failed to throw Gllmore out at first base when he dropped a third strike. Smith was on third at the time, and a few seconds later a double steal was successfully executed. Leary's home run was tho first ever made over the fence at Lexington Park. Of course, the left field wall is shorter than the old field, but It takes a mighty drive to send the pill over the barrier. G i o v o r Land blocked two of the Tribe at home pl.itc. Heilley made home easily in tho f o u r t h , but failed to touch the pinte, and when Urover got the ball he tagged "ITM ollt , , . , i Uolan was blocked by I ^aml in t h e i eighth on an attempted double steal with f Vandal) Cozy and Orover had words following the play and for o tlrne a fight threatened to ensue. Umpires and players separated the pair. Herman Bionkie. R favorite with local fan 1 ? put up his usual sparkling game, making two n i f t v stops around third. Duke Heilley was given a big lumd when he c a m e on tho field. Tho sawed- otTone always engages the fans in a rag- chewlng match Leary did riot impress tho fans as being a Hal Chase around first base, but he has a w a of riding tho pill that makes a hit. He delivered three timely blows, two being singles and the other a home r u n . -· · · - - - MoCorrnlek a n d O'Brien h a d Chalmers, Conley, Rtudebakflr, Hull, I n i l l a n - tba»|*t^*u*^ttav±.lCiu"!».TaUt»Xa«v * 4Jfifirj;.,4iia6e.» ,,.,, West Sides. ^^ Flrnt Team--Jonen (Empire), second hasp; Smith (KisPirmnn magneto), R h o i t s t o p , Hoover (Cadillac), t h i i d base, K l e i n (Fodders radiators), first bane, H o h a n n n n ( M i n t ford shocks), center field, Kfier ( W l l l a n i batteries), l«ft field. BilffKH (Whpeler Scheb lor), catcher, Ong ( H n H i U r u b f m i h i r . s ) , t i g h t field; Updyke (Locomobile), p l t c l u r Second Team--Wiley ( N a t i o n a l ) , necond bnie, H u n t e r ( I ' a c h a r d ) . ntioi t o t o p , H t P l n hart (Cadillac),' flrit bane, Flshui ( D o d g e ) , third baBO, Block (Olbson), c c n t f i f l n l d , I^athrop (Cole), left f l p l d , MlnthoriK (Colp), r i g h t field, PetnrBon (Hpgal a n d ( i i a n t ) , catcher, Jacksmri ( K r n p l r o ) , p i t c h e r , I" O'Brien (Plcice A r r o w ) , pltchei Bub8tt»nte» MHIP, B F Ooodrlcli Com pony, ICsteily, KlrcBtone t l r p f c , StrauiH, Strauss Servkf Syj|tcm, M u i i i f i , N a t i o n a l , Ad.imfl, R u l c k , Huff, B u l c k , Dolomb rued Caro; Dltknon N a t l o n u l , K t o u t , H o y n n n , H o m e Olllt e, N o i f c i i h , THE ASSETS OF THE SOCIETY IN THE UNITED STATES ARE ' AS FOLLOWS: Cash on band and In tbo banil'i (if agon's 01 o l h o i pciBoim $2(»2,.'t.1/30 HondH uwiif-d by Iho ( o i i i | ) f i n v l l r i l t i - d Hlatc«, D l H l i l i I nl ' o l u m b l a boniH, i n i i i k i - t v.iluc $20«,000 00 State, c ' o t i n l y and i n u n l i i p a i bondfi, i i i u i k e t vtilup- . KiT.OfiO 00 Halhoad m u i k c t H l o r U s \ t t l U P and bonds, 1,722,165 no I n t e l f nt due nnd i ciued AH other usaotfl- T o t a l 86 13,080,694 LIABILITIES. Losses a d l u H t c d ,ind not d u e losses u i i d d j u s t e d , IOHBCS in Misponso w a i t i n g f o r f u i t l u r proof . . · · A l l o t h e r claims iignlnst t h e HOI i e t y Amount nocr-SHaiy U lelnsiue outstanding r i s k s . . Total l i a b i l i t i e s $174,881 10 fc't.aVB I , 7 M , 7 G « « ,'»i!') 40 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE UNITED STATES BRANCH OF The Northern Assurance Company, Limited OF LONDON. ENGLAND, ON THE 31st Day of December. 1915, IH located In thn Monadnock Block, Dc.ubriin stK'i-t, Chicago, III. , MiumK''f p n r t u i e n t Western Tbe amount of Its ciipltiil IH $15,000,000.00 Tho a m o u n t of Its a p l t l i l paid u p Is . . . . 1,500,000,00 The iimount of Us 1 1 H. deposit IH ...... 200,000.00 THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY IN THE U. S. ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cash on b u n d and In I b n liiindu of UtfontH or other JM-ISOIIS ...... TOR9,filO.O« Hond» ownrd by tbo coin- pany, beailni? Intrlest n t tin 1 lute o f _ v u i l ( i i i H pei refitt, HOCUITill ilH follOWH. U n i t e d Klates bonds, i n n r - luit value ....... .ir.3,000.00 K t a t e , c o u n t y find municipal iTonilM -- i n a i l u t value -- 1,022,060.00 H n l l i o t i d p t o c k H und bonds, i i i u i k e t v n l u e . · · Other H t o i ' k H and bonds, mm lie) value .. . . I n l e i e s l d u o and accrued, tnailiot viiluo ..... lyo.ins on bonds f i n d m i n i KUKCH of l e a l eHtiHT ... DcbtH o l h e i w l H f t Hecmed IX b t H f o r piemlinns . . . . 2,950,255.00 .100,500.00 r)R,Sflr.98 I3fi.000.00 t!f,2Bf*,'ll r(43,,046.93 ^, - - J57!TiTT99Ti 36 (Tmnlre MeC.rmlr-lr .-allim" I f a r d ' 8lewaM-W.it n u r , WUK.MT, umpire Mcurmitic iaiimg| M a r m o n wildback, Oldmnoblle ! Hupmoblle Hl B (rlnn, an easy time, not being called upon to decide any close plays. TO BOOST FOR NATIONAL STADIUM IN WASHINGTON NEW YORK, May 4 --A committee Iia bfcn appointed by the Amatotn A t h l e t i c U n i o n , It was announced lait nlpht, to j?o to Wnalilnprton May 12 to attend the hoarlng on t b p bill recently I n t i o d u c p d In Congress bv RcprpBcntatlvc M u r i a v H u l b e i t of ( h r IrlBh-Amcilcan A t h l e t i c 'lttb of New Yoik which provldn» for thfl erection In Washington of a BtacUum which flflll hp aultablo for Olympic games and all national events and championships. CHEVY CHASE TENNIS. \ \ A R I l t N G T O N . Mav 4 Willis D i \ i » and A l b e i t h e n n e d j of t'« T ' n h p r s l t y of 1'enn- today w o n tlic final doubles match t h ~ n i p * » Chtt-jc club I n v i t a t i o n tennln t o r n a m e n t and w i l l meet T n Pell and c M JHull .Tr of New York In the c h a l - lengp lounrt H a t u i d a v Harold 'Ihiock- m o i t o n and Minn Florence H a l l l t i of Yoik won tbfl title In mixed doubles MAUPOME DEFEATED. CHK AGO May 4.--AiiKuil K l p c j f h e f p r r e p r e n e n t l n f r Bcnolnger'B rooma In tlie I n - terstatP Threo-Cuphlon Bllllaid I.eagun, ile feiitpil P l e i i e Maupomo of St T/iuh t o n i g h t , PURDUE TEAM OFF ON NORTHERN TRIP ISpeclal to Tho Indianapolis .Slot I LAFAYETTE, ind , May 4. I' mint's baseball team loft t h i n afternoon for Wisconsin, where It will plfty two week-end Stale of Indlan.i, Office of A u d l t o i of State 1, the u n d o i K l K n e d , .nidlloi of H l a t e of t h e H t a t o o f I r i d l n n a , h e r e b y c c i t l f y t b a l the d b o \ f Is ,i orri ct copy ol (ho H t i l e n i e n t of tho i o r n l l t l o n of the above m e n - tioned (omp.inv on t l i e ,'!!«( .day of l ) e - cernboi, IllHi, as Hliown by the o r l K i i m l H t J j t e t n e n t , .UK) t h a t tho said original H t a t e m e n t is now on (lie In U.iH oltlro In testimony whereof, I h e i o u r i t o ,sub- H ( i l b i m v name a n d affix m v I S K A L I oflidal f,eal, tills f i t h d a y Of A pi II, 1!)lfi D A L K J ClUTTl'iNBKUfilOR, A u d i t o r of St.ite tbo was 4. Klockhefer lont only ono B am« out of twenty-four on his home table thin aoMon. On tomonow afternoon Boiler Makaro a r e to meet Jielolt O at Belolt arid on Saturday the University of WlBeons4n team IH to be played at Madison. The last two games, w i t h Indiana and Notre Dame, have shown tho Old (fold and Black machine g i e a t l y improved, with the holes In the i n f i e l d well (Hied, and it IB fteilerally expected that a good showing will be made against tho two Wlpconsln teamB. Capt. Weber, W a l t e r , Croy. Finn, Perrln, Klstlei, Ktoneclfer, Thoman, Benson, Kauffman, Sbrode and Loy are tho men who are t a k i n g tho t r i p They are accompanied by Coach I'attiiot) and Student Manager (Jarrlson. Saturday also will see the I'm due track team competing against the Bad^era f t t Madison in the f l t s t dual tiack meet of the season. Coaches Wilson and Moj-rlll and theli sciuad of t h i n l y rlads will leave ·to)ine time tomorrow. Although track ' material haft been rather scarce at f'urdim thin year a fairly good team haH been built and a close meet la expected. Millers Presznt Game to Leaders CONCLUDED FROM PAGE 14. Gardnpr K a f r l f l f f b i t s H P I T V , W m t i n a n , BUCK Double plnys--Hawllii|(S 10 G d r d n e i "to H t o x a l l , Heagan to IMid.ui to l-'-wls, I'lu Un t o ""Woitman to I - P W I HUHPS on balls ( ft R f a u a i i , 1, 'iff Bailey, fi, off A d a m s i H i t s and earned riin^--Off Bal- Icv, 4 lilts, no t u n s In I l n n l n ( ( H , otf Ail HUM, 3 h i t s 1 r u n , In I I n n l i i K . iiff F{P»K.UI, ,! hits, no HirtH, J'tdngan. 1 In 9 by rtalley, nn\ Knapp Tlmi I fn K t n n U out -Hy Umplrei M i i l i a y PHILADELPHIA BOU18. l ' l l l l j A I l ! I r H I A , I'a May 4 - M i k e ( ost'r of S o u t l i w a r k n u t n l u R g e d I'nt Hrail- I P J , n t e i i l t o i l a l r l v n l , I n t h e maltv b a t t l e at the Brnailwav A c t u M l g l i t .Scknco was d l H i a i i l e i l iiml '»' six l o u n i l n ea h l«d eti~ Kiigod In a f i o e e x h i b i t i o n of the give-and- take ptyln of b a t t l i n g In tho othoi bouts Al Nelson f l o u n c e d GCOIRC H l a c k b u i n , Oar- by Caspar won from Flunk Donahue, WU- LIABILITIES. Lo«se) A d j u s t o d and not due $)2.'!,7ai '". Losses u n a d j u s t e d »;tO,122 8/ ^n3,S47 7'I Less l e l i i H U M U K O I.ir,G7« 00 H18,1G8.79 All o t l i o r clajtns aR.ilnst the coin pally .. . 93,188.85 A m o u n t ne essary to l o l n H i i i o outstanding i l s k s .. 2,921,093,19 Total l i a b i l i t i e s . $3,333,030.83 Tbo frrcittest a m o u n t In » n v one risk (10,000.00 Stabs of Indian'!, Ofllce of A u d i t o r of Stnto. I, the u n d d i M l g n e d , rujdltor of Htato of Iho n t , i t e of Indlan.i, bfioby c e i t i f v that tbe above is ,i ( O i i e r t copy of tbe Btate · i m n t of tbe c o n d i t i o n of the above mentioned ( o m p n t i v on Ibe 31st day of December, 191 f», us sbown bv tbo original s t a t e m e n t , a n d t b n t t b o palrl oilRlnal B t H t e m e n t i.s nov/ on file in tills office In te.stlmonv whereof. 1 l n - r e u n t o snb- si rlbe mv iiiitnc and afflK my I H I O A L I offlrlal seal, t i l l s 5th day of Apill, 1910 D A L N J . C R I T T R N K J O R G K R . A u d i t o r of Stato Me Rppticpr defeated Younc T l l g K l n i nrul V O U H K J l m r n y O'Hrlen knocked o u t Hab'' AilaniH in t l i o fit it r o u n d HAUGHTON CONGRATULATED ON BEHAVIOR OF TEAM UOH'ION, M U M S , May 4 --Tho Braves, i e - ffardpil In HoniH U i c l M last j c n r as tbo · m o s t b t l l l p e n nl" learn In tho major leagues w i n - pialsed foi t h e i r conduct In t h e fluid t h i s bomon bv President Tcner of t h e N a t i o n a l l e a g u e I" .1 telegram which I'residoiit H a u K l i t o i i of tho local club Rave " I m l K l i i K bv tlm position % o u r club holds In ilic i a i e tho piacttpp, of your policy has not m l l l t a t i - d against tho team's success t c o n g r a t u l a t e vou and ManHgei Htttlllngs on tho splendid behavior of tho boyi" GIANTS RELEASE PITCHER, \ K W YORK, May 4 -Tho Now Yoik National Leflguo club tonight rolcancd William K l t t i ' i , a pitcher, to tho Rochester club fit the I n t e r n a t i o n a l League u n d e r an optional agiijeioent. 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