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DEATH SHIPS CREW
TELL JURY HOvV fIRE
STAHTED ON SLOCUM
Coroner OGorman Says that on Five
jy
Bodies Recovered Life Preservers
Were Properly Adjusted but Acted
as Weights and Bore Them Down
INQUIRY TO BE SEARCHING
AND MOST IMPORTANT
Bodies Washed Ashore ToDay on
Sound and Picked Up in Harlem
i River List of Corpses Found Now
Six Hundred and Sixtynine
LATEST FIGURES SHOW 669 BODIES
RECOVERED FROM THE SLOCUM WRECK
The IKaren In connection with the disaster np to date are n
folloT
BODIES nECOVKHED YESTE DAY 411
JOIIES niSCOVBUBD TOIJAl J
HOIUI3S pltBVlOUSIiY HBCOVEIIED rib
1OlAI BODIES RECOVERED UUli
3 0ljks IDENTIFIED YESTERDAY AND TODAY 4J
I I IIODIBS 1IlBVIOUSliY IOENTIFIEU 54U
TOTAL BODIES IDENTIFIED I
nODIES UNIDENTIFIED AT MORGUE J I
UODIES AT WORTH BROTHER ISLAND 4 I
BUIUED SATUIIDAV
BODIES UNIDENTIFIED AND 1
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TOTAI MISSING TO DATE J ia
REPORTED MISSING YESTERDAY
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OnfltD 9II8SINR ACCOUNT KOR YESTERDAY
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IOIA I MI9SINU APPROXIMATELY Ja
r TOTAI 1 JUTtED IN HOSPITALS uo I
While yet the bodies of victims of the Slocum disaster were being
conveyed from North Brother Island in a steady stream the inquest to fix
r the blame for the awful loss of life was convened today by Coroner
Berry This inquest promises to go on record as the most important pro
ceeding of te kind ever called in the United States as it will extend not
only into the liability of the owners and employees of the Knickerbocker
f Steamboat Company but into one ofthe most important branches of the
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Government service the Department of Steamboat Inspection
Public sentiment demands that the responsibility for the horror be
r fixed and the city authorities who have the investigation in charge feel the
weight of their duty More than two hundred witnesses have been sub
poenaed and the inquiry will penetrate not only to the actions of the cap
tain and crew of the Slocum the useless fire apparatus and the rotten life
< preservers but to the inspection system of the Government that allowed
r the Slocum to go away from shore a floating death trap
CITY A FLAGRANT OFFENDER
t Assistant United States DistrictAttorney Henry A Wise who is rep
resentative for the Government at the Slocum inquest said before the in
fluest started today
New York City authorities are inclined to blame the Federal inspec
tion service for this disaster I want to say that in the last year the city
of New York has been fined seven times for violations of Federal laws re
lating to harbor and river craft The city now willing to blame the Gov
ernment has been the most persistent and flagrant violator Mayir Me
Clellan has been notified and so far has done nothing to correct the negli
gence the Government has discovered on the citys harbor and river
boas
Mayor McClellan denied today that he had been notified by the
Federal authorities of violations of the steamboat laws
I do not know that Mr Wise is z United States Assistant District
Attorney I nor am I aware that any notification that the city was violating
Uncle Sams laws has been sent to me said the Mayor
< Do you know of any such notification reaching this office or else
I where asked the Mayor turning to Secretary OBrien who had just
entered
1 know of no notice being sent to this office to the effect stated by
Mr Wise answered Mr OBrien
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That some of the alleged lifepreservers on the Gen Slocum were
life destroyers was asserted today by Coroner OGorman just before
l the opening of the inquest He made the remark in calling attention to
five of these appliances which were found properly fastened to bodies that
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were dragged up from the bottom of the river Instead of keeping the
misguided persons who depended upon them afloat they acted as sinkers
The City Record appeared in mourning today In memory of the Slocum
disaster The first page of the citys official newspaper was printed with
lino at deep black separating the columns There was no editorial com
ent
Dockmaster Rooney Sweeney caw a bpdy floating > la tho river near
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J AHO DAH BET ON DE BAY
MAN LfAPS fROM
BROOKLYN BRIDG
Philip Krantz Jumps Into the
East River but Swims to a
Pier and Is Taken to Hudson
Street Hospital
Alighting from n trolley car crosslni
ho Brooklyn Bridge from the Man
nttan end Into today Philip Kranj
f No 9 Morton Mreot shouted thai
he wns ffoln to IMP from the Bridge
The car had reached a point lImos I
half way across the centre span and
neither car Inspector nor Bridge roo
llceman were In sight Krantz throv
off his hat and coat and was castln
aslje his vest when the conductor and
motormnn of the car with several pass
cngers mnde a rush for Mm He quicklY
evaded thorn and mounting the trollli
work reached the south cable upon
which he poised for several moments
Just ns several pairs of hands were
stretched forth to restrain him Krantz
gave a yell and leaped Into space He
splatrhed Into the water withln lfty feel
of ono Manhattan piers Coming to Ihe
surface he swam to tho shore at the
foot of Dover street where deckhand
pulled him out of the water Krantz
recovered nnd said he lived at No 9
Morton street He Is thirty years ol
age Krantz Is an engineer The hos
pital surgeons say ho Is not seriously
Injured Ho told the doctors thnt he
jumped IwcnuHO he knew he could per
form the feat safely
CHICAGO WINNERS
WASHINGTON PATUC RACE
TRACK CHICAGO Juno MThe
wlnneri of the races held hero today
are as follows
FIRST HACE Four furlongs Won
by Kurtrman Blue Bird wns second
and Seasick third Time 013 15
SECOND RACEOne mlleWon by
The Regent Hbony waa second and
Golden Mineral third TlmelW 25
THIRD RACE Mile and a sixteenth
Won by Wilful Srmwnno wns second
and Leila third Time 146
FOURTH RACE Mile and seventy
vards Won by Phil Finch Jerry
Lynch wns second and Foncnuta third
TimelH 35
FIFTH RACK His furlongs Won by
BurlelRh Birch Broom WDH second nnd
Fred LeffertB third Time 112 2B
SIXTH RACEOne mile Won by Ac
tlon Sprncerlan wag second Sweet
Tone third ilmlI40
RESULTS AT KENILWORTH
KEN1LWORTH RACE TRA CK
BUFFALO June OTllo results of the
races run here toduy are as follows
First Rice 31x furlongs purse J100
for threeyearolds selling Southamp
ton 105 if Michaels 7 to 6 und 1 to 2
won by three lengths John F Ahcarn
105 Romanclll to l and 3 to 5 sec
ond Uuliy Ring 102 Quinn 30 to 1 and
10 to 1 third Time 116 36
SECOND RACE Mile nnd seventy
yards purse J100 for threeyearolds
and np selling Little Boy 108 Cistro
7 to 10 and out won by two lengths
Panther 110 Creamer SO to 1 and 4 to 1
second rrlnoo of Him 91 fOlnoy 4 to 1
and 7 to 10 third Time 155 35
THIRD RACE Five furlongs purse
J100 for twoyearolds Roynl Legend
> J QuInn 11 to 5 ijnrt 1 to 2 won by a
nose Maggie Mackey 100 Romnnelll
9 to 10 wan second LerJdu SO limo
can 10 to 1 nnd 5 to 2 third Time
104 3G
FOURTH RACE Mile and onesix
teenth the Clinton value 11000 for
threoycarolda and upward selling
Easy Street IDS Wonderly 8 to 1 and
3 to 1 won by one and onehalf lengths
Benokart 106 J Walah4 to 1 and 7
to 6 second Courtmald M Olney 3
tol and even third Time 152 35
FIFTH RACKFlve furlongs purse
too for tWoyear old maidens and win
ners of ono race only Kittle Plan JOS
Castro 3 to l and oven won by a hraa
BelUnap 106 Roraanelll 2 w1 and
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EVENING WORLD RACE CHART
FOURTH DAY AT SHEEPSHEAD BAY
The ISrenluc World cheirti fire Indexed Irora flrat race nt Aqueduct
I III FinST HACK n0 addMi JlRlrtn line No 2 for tivoimroldi lait flr ind
J tO FI nnV INJ
4U imphalf furlong ot futurity course suit fair Won driving Tlmf I OK 1S
VInneI h c hy II I puo nCnta Owner M CUncy
Inil x llonw j pcksy JVtBt U 3J i finT Optn C OL Il gh
120 Dtlcanta Line US 0 lit Ik fii H S 3 Rl
I13 Jury O Bpencfr 115 4 41 4S 3 > 2 K 10 4118
IgJ8 utnmnnd Flush Bhaw 120 2 14 34 JHS nit v2A 1 flR TIO
31 Hot Shot Hick 111 A n 8 0 S > 4 A 4 85 1
2A Itrd Reynard 1 Martin 110 3 1 Hi It 4H 4S Ito on 20 to
IIA Aronaut lllllflranl 115 7 T T 7 T R 7 8 3 2
1211 Undue Gordon ONclll 111 12 12 12 12 12 7 7 10 4 BJ
rVmir de Loon lIlKKlnn US 1 24 2 A 12B 7l I no 10 4 2
3 O Crunher Holmmi UK 11 11 11 II B II 100 ino Sn 15
111 Prince Joseph Hum 111 10 111 10 III in 10 2O IB SnIt 4
111n 10B
111 Mn ry MOIO Mixmoy 112 n 111K 10S II II II zoo 3un UK 4W
30 llrnlala It rhllllpn 112 S K S d 12 T 8 2 05
= Afftnt H Callahan tlA 13 13 11 13 13 13 oom RO 4O
20OW
IVI Only One Gannon 111 14 14 14 14 14 14 W 100 40 20
23JJIIU Halley 11 nyllman 111 15 III 11 III 11 15 BO 60 20 10
tplronta umlcr a hanl drle nil through utrrtch Jrrry C rinliihrd ntronc IHnmnnd
Fluih ran hl racr
I
> 4 I RRCOND Cdf 9uO added sclllnc for Ihrefrtaroldi sml up one mllr Start
MI fair Won ranlly Time 139 44 Winner br h bj IJimpllgMer Serene
Onr M I Haman
Index Horses Jocteyi ttJOCJI j U fin Op n Clo rf Bh
304 Do Itemlie J Martin 103 1 IV I iu jt Ir 3 a IIII 110
314 Champlaln 3 Joan VI S 4 > Jj 3H BH IIi 10 12 I 11
33S Martinmas Kuns 103 S 312 2 2 2 3 I a
323 liob Uurphym WIIlh11I I 1 8 > S 41 4t 40 110 I 10
M02 Akfla i Ilurni 110 II 4 4 SID II 12 II
1333 Onalas iTra > t 0II114IOTlJ oO SIS 30 20L1I
Homcittad Crlinmlpi ICY lifr I 11 11 S 11 10 40 11 II
Iriuclbt Klldcbnnd 01 13 1 fT II II IU II I 2
302 The Rhymer tM 11110 lPil 1 1 II 0 fOlli II
2UU llollna It Phllllpl 101 10 12 12 > io 10 10 110 100 0 210
33 l > urazzo Cormack 100 H 11 I I x
i l if f n fA fA U
217 Ethic J Uochran w 18 in I in IB
277 Clnclnnatus Denouza lOT 12 II 13 13 IB 18 10 11 II II
200 Sir Shrp II Callahan 102 12i I I 8 IS III 14 100 200 110 ao
t Franctfco Gannon 101 2 1 0 12 12 1 1 4 11 I
121 Col norer F Thompson 110 11 14 14 Jl 14 10 100 IOO 200 100
Scratched Gold boma Ovrrtvelghti D urazzo 2 D > lInaI Champlain i De
n uk wan beat Champlaln chotred Improv ement Martinmas cloaed atronr
I
Q IO THIRD RACE The Ronebud tor mile too jaan old 12000 added lie farlonn
til of Futurttj cour Start fnlr Won driving Time 101 33 Winner br f by
tlJV JobnionPparrow Wine OwnerIt T Wilton
Index llorsrs i jMJS JVt St U U S H Fin Open Cloa Plgli
03H hele Snuvnre Cormark 103 3 g > S > 3 > 4 < Iv 11 g s2 I
llI 7 Incantation J Martin 11J 1 2J 2J 2 3 M 1 710
181 Fancy Dret Redfem 107 2 1 1J 1 > 1 > Il 1x 12 3 1
2Mi Martha Gorman Bullman 110 G 4H 4 > 4 > S > 44 x 12f tl
101 Aiicot nell nurn > 1IV1 4 5 li III Jo 40 10 tli
12il Hxlment u Gannon 101 B II 1 1 II 01 10O loo fO 1C
M3 nolle HI < < noraH VhllMpn 101 R 1 1 1 1 1 JM do 0 1Cf
32U Ilnda I e lllnrln > 105 7 0 II II 8 8 SOa 60 20 8
140 Lady France I1l1d brand UP n II II P a 7 2 41
Scratche1 Salt and Pepper Overweight Fancy Dren Z Added itarter liiTTe
Klxnorn LInda Le and Martha Oorman B ell Saurac showed Improvement Incanta
tion tired In the lait 8Islnlh Fancy Dre ran acood ra
lll FOURTH RACE 1200 add d handicap for threeyearold and upward mil and
J one llfhth Start good Won ridden out Time 154 16 Winner ch f by ri
rate ofPenzanceDeeember Owner II n Durham
iKdM noraea Jockeyt Wt lit L FjnOp nClo Pi 8b
117 Ilekaber J Martin 100 I 11 3 34 1 > 3 83 l8 2S
Rvahle ONeill 122 a 2 I I Ik Z oB f J5
107
nOT Whorler Shaw 110 t 11 21 2t 3 3 82 111 25
32ft Cnrbuncl IJedfern ion 4 t II 6 5 4 n R 2 g5
332 > Brlfand Crlmmlna 10 I II 4H 4 5 6 IO 82 I
Dekaber came ay from the field at th eighth poland had lometnlnf left at tho
enl Savable tired In the lait itztMnth Whorler will Improve
nmr RACK SlOOO ndded for thre eyearoldi iMt ilx furlong of main track
3 < t < t Slut rood Won driving Time l 18i Winner br Co by Top Oallant Olen
hop Owner F Oebhard
Iiirlexltor t Jockeys WI U T Vi JIn Opn Clo rl IIh
nl ° pulu IlIeki 1211 3 t 21 21 2 1 RII 1110 IS
nltlblrta ONell Ofl a JH liilh II 2 > 75g 2 3B 18
331 DUInatlon J Martin 111 8 8 4 4 31 < I g 112 i 14
32i 11 of Portlandn Callahan JM 8S 21 Jt y 4 414 so 40 in 4
llrqulter Hlld brand 111 S f J ft I in 3O loo so 6
nne Uyer lOll 4 4 I j 8 III ano 300 som 6M
321 hattah Durns int 1 7 7 7 7 7 40 fin 12 4
Thlntle Dale Lynalll 5 I g 7J 1 20 100 J0 5
Olart Tiding nullman 111 7l I II II B I 20 40 8 5S
IS2 llpud Lad Thompiion IPS II 10 10 10 10 In so 100 8Vi 10
Pul > u > clo Kl tlronn Liberia quit In tht final iliternlh Divination made up
8om irround
r SIXTH nACK The OrM Belting for threeyearoldi and up one mile and a
J I teenth on turf Start good Won driving TlmI41
ind n Jockeyi WI1lJ I FIn OP9IL cioa PI IIh
1 Sheriff Jnell num 104 4 II S U 2J 3IVi t B fo 3
113 Ultntr TTMirn W 1 1 41 1 IVi t 82 18B 1 12
271 Wild Thyme Crlmmlnn 01 2 n 1t 3 3k 3 72 nH tt
IZ JI HtnJV Ulldebrand IBI RI 4J I1lt 3kBJ 4 gi gJ 710 11
1211 Klorham Queen W lInn > y 01 24 1 > 4S 4 1 11 is n I
221 tiny Hoy Shaw 110 3 II 7 S R ftl in is n J
Z111 trader J Martin 10S II h II 7B 7 1 II 2B IRI itt 12
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18V HoUth Trimble ONeill lOll I I 8 B I I B tt 2 RI
Coupled tDrad heat
Vonk flnlih on Dainty Sheriff Bell ran his race wild Thyme lire In the
MrMrh
RUNOFF Start fair Won driving T hneI1I1 25 Winner h c by Ornament
Ijoulne 0ner M U llayman
Sheriff Roll Ilurn 101 I II Mi 12 1t
Ualntv Trnver l 141 2 2 ns J
Piii t outrun nll the w
SHEEPSHEAD ENTRIES FOR TOMORROW
SHEEPSHEAD BAT RACE TRACK
1
N V June Orhe entries for to
morrows races are as follows
llnt lUee T aosrold i lIInlr flv 1
anil onehalf furlonm of Futurity counf
Star Uly ion WIT Vlr o 10
222 Vlnrhwt rin3 J 2i Won Amour 101
32S Torrhllo 109 ili HI Ann 103
3211 Ik S 112 ZOO Cam Joneslo
tll Harpoon 112 32 Th Ch ntl
M4 Jock MrKon 118 clrer 107
Siehm
1247 Jle H I fo ltlonil2 2S7Annlo Ruutll101
ail Um rlck 1W 1 lllshborn 101
il1 Kallor Bovll2 32O8ach m 104
201 Connutlo 11101 2SOJoId n nuck104
Second nacc The Surf five and a half
of Futurity cour i
furlonja
in Tongorder ll soufs 1 Bnkit IUar114
330 Diamond 118 3I8 > Gllpln 118
339 Knight ot 330 Ianadtnii 118
arlH8 Sir llrCllar lit
Coup Tonxonler and Diamond Pagtt
entry
Third nace Helllnit ale furlong on mil In
track
MAtarlla lilt 104 Mlmota U1
ato Unmatked KM 124 Danclnc nell S3
323 I Ltola J m Danlil 104 1
33I > Incold 110 Happy Hollawl ur
I even was second and Mlstreis 103
Michaels 7 tolnnd 5 to 2 third
Time 104 86
SIXTH RACE Five furlongs purse
JIQO for threeyearolds and up
i A
ji tiJ 1 iJ
210 Enl 1 < 0 X3 II mhlal r
338 OKI Coboun Unrlandlin lt iAs j JuiTa tiiVim r
ItoMlmol 101 sin TlnT piVni J
J21 Oav Ltharluio 33S AVcnilon IO
S38 CounfpolH I0i am TouiSl S
FuSfll cnourtTTh 8lfti wn turlon at
229 IIrYn tawrl30 330 Oold Dome ltll
tlt MSIIIlrat 121 311 FIrnmul 111
331 IJroomtlck 12 1 Mrm
in4 Dy Biankrm 331 Rtllart 111 100
337 Ormondeilftlld 311 1 ld Slntll1
FlTFII R1nlrod UCIOl 1IDQlJU
abrt OQur
102 l 2SDBI ck I > MhlW
fi Jn
nco t
lilr Oun Oonover 1 ft
2W JilTilnu ISO JtS witnVr1 IW
2S < J l aII IeII nannian iu
UcrmuJa a J Th lnlantM
fcln yir
If tltl
mm omndn flta aJ8 lJuck 1011 11
lk CandUn < < ua 1 la Plnl
118 11 SUnr TwI1I
tI MO
Slalh nc lIandlts ODe mil an < l n
3i Orav r110 Riliicho 03
82ft Carbuoclt 107 8M rolontay
ft fgI ti fr
274 Mantrevm 104 Sit llydrancta
820 Flham OdKnVS au xictic AA
SJ3 Den Macbhui t 320 lIsbon M
James V 102 McKlnney 11 ia 30 and I
outiTOII by one and a halt lengths
Albula Ill it Walsh 5 to 1 and 1 to 2
econd Flllott Ill CJ Daly 10 to 1
and 2to L thIN Time L032 J >
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TROLLEY DOUGfRS
fASV fOR GIANTS
New Yorkers Make a Clean
Sweep of It Taking the Last
Game of the Series Hands
Down
NEW YORK
R IB PO A B
Rrosnahan cf 3 1 2 0 0
Browne rf 2 1 0 0 0
Devlin 3b 1 1 1 6 0
McQann Ib 1 2 11 00
Mcrtbslt 2 3 3 0 0
Dahlcn us 0 2 1 2 0
Gilbert 2b 1 2 2 2 0
Dowcrman c 2 1 7 1 1
Mathowaon p 0 0 0 6 0
Totals 12 13 27 16 1
BROOKLYN
R IB PO A B
Sheckard If 0 1 2 0 0
Lumlejr rf 0 O 1 0 0
Dillon Ib 1 0 12 0 0
Oessler cf 1 1 0 1 0
BaW > ss 0 0 2 2 J
Jacklltsch 2b 2 2 2 0 0
McCormlck 3b 0 2 2 B 01
Rlttor c 0 1 3 2 0
Reldy p 0 0 0 B 0
Poole p 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 8 24 IB 3
SCORE BY INNINGS
Brooklyn 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 i 0 4
Now 31011420 12
TwoBaseHlts McGann MertAS
Dahlen Jacklltsch Poole Sacrlflc
HIU Devlin Mfithowi > Jtolen Baa t
StcGann rferlesC Gilbert 2 Lft
on J > a eNew York 3t Brooklyn
First Base on Errors New York J
Double play Devlin and McGann
Struck OutBy Reldy 5 by ilathew
son 6 Bases on Balls Off Reid 1
off Mathewson 1 off Poole 1 Time of
GomeOne hour and forty minutes
Umpires Zlmmer nnd Emslle At
tendance SCM
Rpeclal to Th Erenln World
POIO GROUNDS June ZOThe fa
natic In the Kre n shirt ambles down to
that part of the Brand stand adjacent to
and parallel with the firstba line
This Is a point of vantage to which all
true fans turn their toes
Ah theres Johnny exclaims the
fan In the green shirt Hello Johnny
But although Johnny Is easily within
hearing hi somehow neglects to rocog
nil the hall
Johnnys other name Is McGraw
He Is engaged In telling blic Devlin
that Taylor has n crick In his neck and
that Ames Is expected to Jon the team
In the Immediate nearnesi
Play ball calls tho umpire and the
lost of the present terles betwen the
lo < al Nationals Is on
Klrnt Iniilnir
The tall and lithe Mall goes Into the
box and pitch his effort to Sheckard
who weakly pops It up to Breinnhan
Matty does even better with Lumley
who raps thrice but hopelessly at the
ball Dillon has more luck and 1 pre
sented with a pass to first Jacklltsch
connects for a pretty twohagncr on
which Dillon scores liixbb rapped out
a single and Jncklltsoh crossed the
rubber although on a good throw which
Bowertnan dropped he might have been
raught at the plat Uri ler splanhnl
an easy ono to Gilbert und died on tlrst
TWO RUNS
Breinalmn reached tlrst on four bad
ones Brownes protty rap to short con
tre moved Roger up a peg Devlin
bunted along the third base line Mc
Cormlck gathered It In iinJ Rot It to
flral In time Then the might McGaim
cam to the fore nlth a hit and Urns
sml Urowne came home McQann stole
racond Merten i > mnihed a hard one
filnps ho third base line which netted
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Continued on Second Pace
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OEK BER 8E T5 nUT
SAVABLE IN FE TURE
AT SHEEPSHEAH OAf
f
Bella Sauvage Takes Rosebud Stakes
for Tvi oYearOlds at a Good Price
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from Incantation and Fancy Dress J
After a Drive v <
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PULSUS WINS THREEYEAR
OLD RACE FRON LIBERIA P
In tHe Last Race Sheriff Bell and Dainty
Make a Dead Heat that the Former
Wins Easily in the Run Off Despite
Fact that Other Is OddsOn Favorite 3
SHEEPSHEAD BAT June 20
Favorites fared badly at Dhcepshead
today Up to the fifth race Do Resrke
was the only choice to get home In front
and he was only moderately backed
The defeat of Incantation and Savable
coil the talent thousands of dollars
The Rosebud Stakes was the only
feature outside of the Grass Selling
Stakes but the stake wore almost
lost Jght of In the general excellence
of the card Incantation was thought
unbeatable In the Rosebud but the
winner turned up In Belle SauTo
who < was a 10 to 1 chance Fancy Dre s
running In the Keene colors looked like
the winner at the head of tho stretch
hut IneantaOon nailed him and bad
him beaten at the furlong pole where
Belle Sauvage came with a rush and
mothering Incantation m the lut el
teentli won by half a length
Bavable wns looked upon as a sure
winner In the handicap but DcknDer
a much Improved mare waited In be
hind the favorite and Whorler and won
a good race In a sharp drive through
the stretch
Delcnnt Won Bsmllr
Speculators fought shy of the opening
dash because It seemed a very open
event Diamond Flush was the openlnr
favorite but was not heavily backed
Benlnln Hot Shot and Jerry C were
nibbled at They went away to a good
brenk and ran closely bunched to the
stretch Red Reynard Delconta and
Diamond Flush being tho leaders Once
around the bend Delcantn showed In
front followed toy Diamond Flush and
Jerry C Delcanta held his lead to the
end winning cleverly by a length from
Terry C who beat Diamond Flush In a
hard drive
driveThU
ThU Fmvorlte Won
Do Reszke was the favorite in tho
second race He broke well raced to
ilw front at once and did lltue more
than gallop In front all the way
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> Hsi
Francesco Martinmas and Clumrpteln
were clnno up to the stretch UTiorc j5
Do RSke drew away and won easily or °
throe lengths from Champlain who
beat Martinmas a head In a hard drive
Bob Murphy Akela and Onatoaj Went <
next heads apart j
Hello Ma a we Driving
Incantation was served up goad anal
hot In the Rosebud Stakes Komto
post at odds on The contenders p
penred tobe Martha Gorman andLlul
Frances but they wore not heav Jo
backed and steadily receded fa thebet
tins Fancy Dress and luo1f
raced head and bead to tie Hereto
followed by Belle Bauvoee and JbMa4 j
Hello When they came atoutsatsl
I bend Incantation and Fancy Dreai bJ
gan n furious drive wbtoh ated t
the last sixteenth where BeJlp 8 m j5
come throuch and woo hth4I rLIP It
from Incantation who beat WaaH
Dress throsquartersi or a length
DebbeSD Drlro
Savable waa the cbolo in the
and was well backed Whorlei cpQItIIiI
up second choice but went book fa tM
betting until near the close whes
commission from Pittsburgh Phil
drove down the price Whorler tlaU11re4
his backer by going to the front
making the pace to the far C iv
SAvable moved ni theflt5 d
the turn Dekaber suddenly me
to the leaden and they turned
stretch on even term In tbe 2iID
Dekaber went t o the frontaD4
under a mild drrra by a leagtb 4M
Savable who beat TrVhorler threannMN
tera of a length for the place
Race for Pulsns
v
Liberia and Belle of FortUn6 HsM
In close order to the stretch followil
by Pulsus and Revane On the tarn
Into the stretch Pulsus moved 133fc
Liberia and outgamlnp her In the
home won by a length and a haJtit c
Liberia who Wail three lenstbs
of Divination
DivinationA
A Dead Heat
Florham Queen made the roauta Lo
followed toy VUd Tnym Scruto TrtmbK
and Dainty In the coat They held thAI
order to the turn where Sheriff Bell
rac d Into the Vend followed toy Dalmty
These two fouglit It out oil the Mt
home to the finish It beIng a dead heat
Wild Thyme waa third a length awMg
In the runoft Sheriff Bell tmile fl
the running and won by a teajrth
RESULTS OF TODAYS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
BROOKLYN AT NEW YORK
Brooklyn 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4
NtwYork 3101 1420 12
Batteries Rtldy and nltter Mathew
son and Bowerman
PHILADELPHIA AT BOSTON
FIRST GAME
Philadelphia 300200001 6
Boilon 110000001 3
Batteries Duggleby and Roth Car
ney Pettlnger and Moron
PHILADELPHIA AT BOSTON
SECOND GAME
Philadelphia 000000000 0
Boston 00500031 9
Batteries Frnser and Dooln Wllhelm
nnd Needhain
PITTSBURQ AT ST LOUIS
Plttiburg 000000000 0
SI louis I 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3
BATTRRIKS Flaherty and Smith
Nichols and McLean
I
CHICAGO AND CINCINNATI
Chicago 000001000 I
Clnelnnitl 00030000 3
B VTTKRHS Brlsg and Kilns Har
der and jclu
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING
IT L rr T L rc
New TorksIl6 6MSU LoulsJ SS 0
hlosgo31 18 l nIlrooklynSI 33 3KU
ClnclnnatiSI 19 KV Uoston Sl 31 < 04
IttiDurf 27 SlolPhllapblall 07 29
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hand When you make up your
mind to buy aell or exchanoe a horse
or vehicle give World Want a trial
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
WASHINGTON AT PHILADWi
PHI A
WahlnStonO 1 00 1 Ol ODi
Philadelphia 30301400 II
Batteries Jacobson and Drill Rea <
ley and Sehreck 1
t y J
No frames were scheduled for t M
other clubs In the American acue
f
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING il
wL rr VL j
Boston34 17 637 FhUVphlUTaB He
New York 31 3X1 8U LouUS8 tl
ChloaoY9 a 458 Detroit = 0 M MT
Cle tlandJ6 n M3 Washmtfn 8 to J
EASTERN LEAGUE
ROCHESTER AT JERSEY OITV
1Utz
Rochester 0200IOJO I
Jersey City 2 0001110 1612
Batteries Faulkner and McAuIeyp
McCann and Carrisch
MONTREAL AT NEWARK 5
KRHS
RH31
Montreal 0 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 0 T S
Newark 0 0000000 11 4 S
Batteries Pappalau and JIoManu Sl
4
Hesterfer and Shea 1
BUFFALO AT PROVIDENCE T t
Buffalo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 nn1 t1f
Providence 0 0 0 0 d 1 1 WH 1 R <
BatteriesMcOce and McAllster MH ri
llgun and Thomas
TORONTO AT BALTIMORE 11
nHK
Toronto I 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 03 i Ii
iltlmora 0 0 I 0 0 0 6B 1 l
BatteriesMills nnd Raub WIllie and if It
Hcarne
EASTERN LEAGUE STANDING
Buffalo
Baltimore
Jersey City
Montreal
Xewark
Providence
Toronto
Bocheiter

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