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attracted another lorge crowd tO dar
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fiJ thdr teethlitjd m liII PfOlt lty
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Olnnltywajln mio form and frequently
cut hUraelf looie urtntf his famous
ralssball with great effect
Flrit Irtnlnfl I
Donlln out pitcher to llrst protvnc
U out short to first JlcQann nied put to
centre NO RUNS
Slaftord walkd Hennesiy bunted to
for6lntr liaftord at second
Htclteri itrUck out Hennessout try
g to tcarsecond NO HUNS
p v Second Inning
t ircrtej hlt to centre forth baks
Pahlen hit toleft for two bases ecor
lilt Mertes na viln outt fionvnltcher to
flrst Dahlen gjxrff to third Gilbert hit
to pltolior and Dahlen was thrown out at
the plate Orejnahan tiled to rlzht
ONE RUN
VftUShWi popped out to Ollbort
Matthews struck out Moore did the
same NO RUNS
V third Inning
McOlnnltjf was out second to first on
a beautiful play lonlln rapped safe
one toleft Browne lilt to left for tlireo
blip oorlJlgOonlln MoQann knocked
hart drlys to loft for two toisej scoring
Browne Mertea filed to centre nab
len fllcdout to lefI TWO RUNS
Ohtppl out Gilbert toStoOann Doa
i eau out on a line drive to pltclior WaR
ner hit safe over second afford s I
groaind rto Dahlen forced AVagner out
tWcond NO RmiS
I Fourth Inning
Wairner wentln to pltchVfor Blrmlng
ham Devlin hit to lefttwo tbtues Oil
il bert bunted to t > he pitcher who threw
wild to flrsUv the ball boUnillns over
rthe fence mnd both ItIUt sco red Bres
nahan filed put to third SlcOlnnlty
til lAtely DonUn went nratiomfieldora
choice MoOlnnlty being out at cond
Donlln out trylnj to steal iscond TWO
RUNS
Henne 3r out on a < grounder to Unit
Murdock out third to first Vauiluin
out on grounder tlutNORUNB
Fifth Inning
Browne o t ipltcher to nrat McGann
pONIed out to Bhort Mertw out > hort
tollrtNORUNB took ahens place at hort I
Matthem ol1t Ollbert to McO nn
Moore led out to erteBohJmfl1od I
v out to Mertes too Bandow making n
f beautiful runnlnsr catch NO RUNS
8xthr Irinlhg
i vBatrlLnir yllllrhaJd rap over first for
i three bags DevSIn out third to first
Btranir scoring Ollbort safa on
L Vaughns rror Brennhan struck out
J whlld Olllert stole ooiU McQInnlty
111 was safe on Bch pplserror Gilbert out
u othome ate while ouem tlnJlndOUblft
teal with McG nnltyi NO RyNB
w Amee pttohlne for N WYork Mor
lilialj catchltig De sau out from Mar
Bhall to McQanr Wajrner fouls out to
catchr Hafford hits lato rtorlrht
Hennessy ouVAmesto iicaami NO
RUNS
1 Seventh Inning
Matthewa pitching for Birmingham
Donlln walked and stole second Brown
rot ufo to right and Donlln scored
Urowne reaChIng second the throw
MoCann safe on Moores error > Browne
scort B llertea safe on Bchlpplj er
ror McQann scoring Btraflg beat out
beautiful bunt Devlin Jiltsafe to left
ind Merlesscored Gilbert popped out
to HitftorJ Devlin stolesecond Btrang
ecwed on tho throw Marshall fouled
out to thlldAmclIlrllckout FIVE
lWN I
MurdoeUstruck Vnugftnn Walked
Matthewi hit oaf Iy to left Moore Hale
on fielders chjlce Matthowa out
Strong to Gilbert Shlppl filed out to
Gilbert NO RUNS
IHarl1h Innliiir
Donlln hIt > to centre for two bags
Browne out shorn to first McGann
llled out to right Donlln Hcorlng
H Mortca leoond to IIJtONIJ RUN
I LDmaU struck out Matthews out
iixHIbfcrt to 1dcoJ inunttord out to
Donlln NOiRUNB
1 Ninth Iniilntt
Strsjig beLt ut slow groundftr to
hort Dftvlln jtruok out Strang tole
second Gilbert out pitcher to first
< MAr lIi out on arounder to flnL No
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blp 5omi to thoibojli at tl1 i too olit
for thqlr osti guie
Grlmth seloctedPJc NOlVtonniid ounlf
Whltllrle pitch thl arterllh Iany
ortbe Hlgnlanderl Whru soOW on
th lr teet andth lr Jolnli 1011 lrened
that tbelItontgomerrIPorta were Will
Inr10take talr d ontbe home team
W 1110 leelei ulUped rI3I1tdnlo his
r old pOlltlonn llna dtncl1lt lIlel and
1llstlnK the b Uo
The boy klddSd him plenty
say
Ing iie was tool old and ought linivii
vriiinu tnftn yu l > r KyTl
young men a chance but tbey
worei
only k dd nK1 WhAtever his
Whetler I the best Imhls blliines ale
Tho Boer war sllw nttracted many 1
fans today but the piune drew a few
hundred enouph to nmlt up for the
balls lost andbato ntpjcn
First Irinlno
JWOrtl1ollt un a fly to Yea i
Shannon dlcU at first on u grounder to
Conroy Yeagerjumbled BdrowUa
easy grounder but Conroy pinched
lIrouthellJshard one lUId got him at
llrat NO RUNS
Opnrovs hleh ono was token by
Molesworth PulU hit to feft for two
JKIK II and was out tryin tb stretch It
to three Keeler vol flrt on bails
WlUams hft foaa tase and Kceler
racrt to third after Andersons Tdr ve
to left had struok the ohalkUne and
been declared foul Later Andv Of
out 011 ally tn centre NO HUNS was
Second Inning
Ottrdner drove to centre for two bases
and took thlrdjon a wlld ltch Gilbert
out at nut onYeagers 3tt Gardner
nru run down between third and Borne
when hetrletlto score on Mlllerlcks
easy grounder OBrien out
on
II
grounder to Nowton NO RUNS
HrQuthera could not hold Yeagers ta
baacoartye Klelnowa bunt was thrown
high by OBrien and all were Tsofe
MoOuIre Kaorlflced advan lntf tho mil
ners a r wed ball scored Yeager New
ton went toA first on ball Onnhov a
sfngle to centro brought Klelnow home
Pulhs rounder mat out Conroy at
socondi btita tow throw to firs scored
Newton ICoolerlny was taken bv
Moleaworth THREK RUNS
Thjrd Inrilrig
Hale struck out Molesworth went1 to
nut on ball llndto third on Newton
WIM throw to first Shannon struck
out Bchwutl out Wllllaml to Klelnow
NO RUNS
WUlUtm Ihot wos too Hat for
Brwithers Anderson placed i one to
right and Williams romnnd tn third
Yea w cent ono XISt RC I viid Williams
BCOrlngnnd Anerspn going to third
Klelnow hit In front of tho Dkteaiiii
irMOUt at first but Andcrwn cored
ilcQulro went out siviimnn to ntst
Newtjnout short to first TWO RIINS
Fourth Inning
Brouthers took first on balls but was
oroed at second by Gardners grounder
to Yeager Gilbert struck out1om
lerlcU forced Gardner out at leoond
NO RUNS
Conroy died at first on a grounder
Hale Fultt sent n fly to Gilbert Keel
er drove a single to rleht but was
forced at second on Wllllnmss srrounder
to Houthers NO RUNS
Fifth Inning
Whltley replaced Newton In tIle box
OBrien popped n ily to Yongor Brandt
took firston balls and scored on Moles
worth sliarp drlvi to loft for three
bases HIiimnAn etruclc out and so did
BcliwnrtK ONB HUN
Urandt pltcililnR for Jlontcomcry An
derson out Schwartz trt JllllHdck Oil
bert niailoallnoatci of Ypaxcrs drive
nl11 Urmiittthraw Klolnow out nt tlrst
NORUNSI
s Sixth Inning
Whitley took Hrouthorns bunt and
threw him out at flrjt Gardners
Rrniindor was too swift for Williams
Gilbert popped n nYlo Wllllnms luid
Mlllerlck did tie sapie for Klelnow
NO nUNS
McGutpo smashed oim poat third for
fbns nnd WJiltley walked Conroys
rrounder forced VWJiltley at uncond
Conroy ran for stcond ami McGuire
hIWII4 on third started for home
b4IInrORUrht between btl e4ItlookCQ
lIk an out liutiOBritn hUMoGulreIn
the foc lhtIWbt1I1 Druthe runner
ecortd vrulta fJ e nrt Coniioy j botne
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SECOND RACEAdHlgh20 to
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THIRD RACE Ulbaton7pf10
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anced cardbf IUVIII8venti was nff md
at City Park Track today OmeWr
fields were namedtogo In thSdlfferNit
racta < Bovcral sbtblcu which have been
rapine liere will leave fdr Bennlngiito
morrow Joseph Murphy lwv to 1
nlghf for St Wuls wherJhf vlll spend
couple of days Ha will1 be on hand
Henrtlngs on f Wednesday lwhereloM
rlll ncti osi assoolivite judgo bKIJdl
appor i < > j
Ke < acr iinglod W rlgJit put wUMams
popoed a ffy to 1MmerokJj5yp5RUNS
8l1venth
OBrien rolled one to iKlriiwr tO ian
out Conroy handed Brandts grounder
o KWnfcw In time Mosolworth hit
tafeJy dow nthc left fQuJJnCittwu
lorced at second by Shannon NO
HUNS c
Anderson died at first on a mrounder
10 Shannon Yeaer houndar alanced
off nranrtts feet and rolIM Into the
Irst Imnemaqs hands lCIlnowre ached
irst onbnll MIOlllr s tx > p was taen
bv Jliillcrlck NOmfN8i
Eighth nrilng
BciiwaMs tulj Y4iper to Klelnow
Ypager made > > splendid rtop of BroiilH
orj grounder hml thrciv1 the runner out
at flrt I Klelnow fumblvd Gnriliiorj
rrounder but the butter wasforccd at
CC l1rl Ih Ollberlft Ir lIl1dlJr to Yelgcr
NO mINfi j
hlle r 11IIOJ1IiIIlcn nn
COl1roo Orpc Ilil OtlnlrClr a hanh
11112 ilrovn n liner Info Rhnnnons mil
NO HUNS i
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Nlrjth Inning
Mlllerlcioufi Williams tordelh
ODrlen died by tliQv same mtans
Brundt out fly toAndoreonNO RPN8
SCOTREULTS
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KilrJ vnu thu Afternoon yut U the
wlnnw otthe oond raw WM tetnr
announced Thty AmUIItG prutlon
bet1een I Ule front ot tbe place I tM4 M
eaJoon arid the l llrwQIr BOCM of
men reire titrvolUlv watihing e 1
1vone > Bev n prlppnOrs end > Ktof ro
ttiffpiViphermUla We re captured
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the ttIitIWrllld inn InJtIClla v1c
qufrlM > Whdwohthtt IetOnd racet
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f HOT SPRINGS FINISHES
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HOT 8PRINOS Marcb llTlie truck
was hOI v hPr today and the weather
cloudy The races multcd as follows
FIRST RACBPaul Jones < I to 11 Ji
SfordellavGitii 1 Geneva L lGto
11 S TTmeU7V
i SECOND RAOKfPr tty Nellf f7 to
2tWIIUam Maftlt 7 to 1 t Starling
n loIOTlme4J8
THIRD RACI5 FAI rnUin OJ 06 I
Sidney C lov II to 11 Jack Young
IT to 2 3 TlmelM36
FQtJtTltMCEGUstenlto7 I
lIttle Wilily 1 toI2 Falkland J to
3 Tjml 2f 6
l I1 Tl RACHyanriois 7 toiO ls
Voltngo 10 to U2 Dewey 19 to 1 3
Tlme115 4B
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Forecast for thethlrtyolxh6ure
ending t 8 P W 8und y for Neyv
YorK City r vtclntYlrtl
cloudy tfrrnlghtVfoHovfed by rtw
J1h MrjJ rritfjifilnfl Sunday
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An automatio clutchIn the Subway
btrtwrtn Canal andfeprlnlr strtets this
fiternpori itopped y Ie aox ayenue ex
preis which hadron fulliVp fd pMtn
danier frn l 1
net wMibrpu htt6i uch a sud i
d rj tOJlt at nearly itvtry iJaswnger
In the sev n cars iris thrown downi
Many thougTit ciJlilBlwijhiuloccurred j
eervloe Inthe Btibw y jwas laid1 up
for neirl julf aJh hour While track
walkers and the train crew pritd from
the wheels the brakes which the auto
matic dutch
Nobody washurt
j
flhbrt Line to Cler lnn i
pnnartrmt lUllrMd < Tbroiwt l R
culetVeI N w York dllr t 4J3 P U
UTJVM d tv i ivl TlJAvJf iChluuri Lira
ltji no utr taret
The Encodes
OIaMilion
cannot rtcill the opportunity
Jo be reorejented In tpmor
rows
Sunday Worlds
Want Directory
alter tills great 12page Index
of the peoples wants h once
departed on Itswulily Journey
liito1
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Half x Million Homos
10 youd better send your ad
toMhi neirfst WorlisA eney
early 6Uyt ti
While There la Yet Time t
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Ttilt RACE Royal Arm 10
to1t 1 Daleirnan 7to 5 2Mono
or 1 ri 1 j tl
FOUTti ACE Ecltcheon 7
to10i if I vln loI2 10 1 2
Mar t Jphn o1 S
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Bpcclal to TtJe Erenjnr World
N6Y ORIiBANdJ I tt March IJ 1 A
lkfurlonghandlpap Ili which sonia bl
theb est spMhters onj the ferouhiUare
critered is lerv d M afealure at the
FalrQ round this afterhbpnThe ab
i enc ofRims Horn1 whlcii wsscardifd
as 19P weight In tnlsracerobbed the
event of some Itsintereiiti
Rams Horn was worked mile this
morning In nshade better than 149
and will betshipped to Memphis and
probably started In the Montgomery
Handicap The stablesof G CBdn
nctt IS B Smathersond M iGoldblatt
left this morning for Memphis Befow
leaving Hlldreth sold the twayearold
Handbag to ArchlejZlmmer or Si ooo
FIRSTRACE
Sdllrxt thrwytaroidij Jive furlonia
IJtlln
Slartiri Jockeys Wta SIIP1 BtT
Slmnllcltv 6hnvfr W9 < U T51 J8
ji nX l Biy H9hllUn l 12 5 JH
Arch QldhamllMcMullenUO 0585
Charier Dlok on Prf > intlm nt Anal
Alon iMlller nuistll lqlltlIS anti Onward
alia ran I
SECOND RACE
Billing thrteyfarold filliesi ttycn fur
IQR
DetIlO
StartnJocke Wts SIPI Sh
FalrCalrPlO8havul08 III PIo
Jucarai ii lAel03 10 2
Ion AmollroDIIIOS 0B 12
April Bird Margery Gattny Blylotua te
Pr c lou Calendula 8t Uonnl Mlsi Hair
CMpptf Thorp alo ran
THinDHACE
Fourj r61Ji anil upward one mile and
t nty yinlii
I eiill
Sidrters Jbckiys WU SL H hT
loysl Arnnarisnawr > 1A 14 2
lall hian ponilqlck UlNI 23
lonoxrauh AufUtl > on 118 8 1 12
Irbr U nn tt Urn Maclhul Sambo Ool1
dalIarklmore Vreslonlan Mil Love
Abour aUoron
bouralonllOUnTItRACIiJ
Handicap thNoyearold upward IT
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ipl irtiri Jockeys Wt 81 PI Bh
iCutchwn ijAubuchon 100 710
nvlnclbl I Ui106 9 13 0
td ro John onf8hav r tOO I 3
alter Hortfntla sIlO ran
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himself with difficulty from the bag
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superintendent of tho dock was acttlns
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self In the rolling ohnfr without assist
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