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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
LA TEST DOPE ON
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
CLOSE IN EAST
THE SEASON IS WARMING UP
Copyright, 191?. by the 1'ress Publishing Co. (The New York World.
HERRESHOFF VS. KIRBY
ARE GOLF FINALISTS
Travis and Topping Lose Out
in Spirited Game
ON NASSAU LINKS
lading From Indications This
Will Be One of the Most Suc
cessful Seasons in the His
tory of the Gridiron.
(Wlrtl. 1S1. h Trie I'ma PliMla'aet Oo
iTtia New lrk W,.rl I)
FROM an Indications th's will be
one of the moat stirrea.ful foot
ball seasons In th history of
tne snort Already at Vila they are
predicting that the Ell team will be aa
Mi UfiaT aa anv that ever mm ii,, k i
Harvard la claiming l he swiftest haclt
neid Harvard ever had. rrlnretnn !
saying little but sawing wood for far
mer oroera. cr.lu-. with the marvel
tom Thorpe, will be more dangerous to
tae ci collece taenia than evar before.
Thorp la a moat amaslng athlete. It
Waa expected that he'd be a little atal
ta ngsjj of long reat after hla
great performance in winning the two
all-round championships at the Olympic
came. But here he la playing star
football at the boglnnlng of the season,
scoring coal after foal with hla lon
Mess and making touchdowns after
sensational run. Thorpe l the greatest
all-round athlete ever aeen In action.
"tter wnat aport he take up. ath
ledss. football, haaeball. baaket bail,
team la, lacroaae. hockey he 1a a cham
pion among champion a.
Pann.ylvanla s machine MOWlog
championship form already, and Mike
Murphy, health rratored, la In shape
again. Cornell Is getting down lo hard
work. Taken all around, the Eaatern
fastball eeaaon will ba one of bard
games, mora Interesting than
ever under the new rules.
EDDIE M' MA I lows offer of I..M0 to
Ad Wolgaat for a ten-round bout
with Johnny Leoro l good adver
Using for lore. Probably It won't In
tereat Woltaat very mush, unleaa Tom
Jonas flgurea Lore nil eaav mark Wh.n
Wolgaat takes any risk Intentionally he
wants a small fortune for doing It.
WoUjasta Idea of hla own drawing
power and gats value isn't at all micro,
seoplc. SUM. ir hs thtnka Leors galted
to spar s nice ten rounds he might lie
willing to accept a annul aum Ilka IT.&OU
for thirty mlnutea uf light sxerclse.
BOAT MCARNUY wrltss that
Luther Mcttarty will aurely give
' At Kaufman a hot fight mi the
Coast. Hs thinks that lauther will ls
returned winner tiefors the time limit
Kaufman haa lost a fight or two, but
I'm much mlataken If ha Is "all In "
Ho hasn't fougilit very ofisn. ami he
tf a clean-living fellow. lis should
be at his best now. Kaufman was
kaocked out by Palser here, but If ever
had hard luck In the ring Kauf-
had It that night. Up to the laat
saoond It was nip and tuck. Palser had
knocked him down, and he had flattened
Palser. Kaufman waa ahowlng much
mors "class" than Ihs big blond fighter
when the and came, was boalng oleverly
and hitting hard. It waa not a Mow
that made him loae. Palser rushed him
to the ropes, and plunging in headlong
butted him squarely on the chin. No
doubt that butt waa accidental, but the
effect on Kaufman was just aa unfortu
nate as It would havs been had Pslser
meant to butt, lie waa badly dased.
Backing away across the ring, with
Palser following fast, Kaufman tried to
dusk a right swing, still .tizzy from
the offset of the butt, he waa too alow,
and Palser, changing, awung an upper
rut and caught him fairly on the point.
Ho dropped, and the referee stopped ih,
If Kaufman la still good aa hs
Was that night he'll give Met'arty onr
Sat the hardeat fights the tilg row
pasjeher has had sluts starting fur that
SPEAK INT. of cowpunchrrs, I hsd a
letter from Jeaa Wlllard yester
day. Wlllerd ! a very unusual
sort of a heavyweight. AH the others,
I've noticed, have letter-heuda snd
printed envelopes, pointing out the fr
that they are the one and only "White
Hope," challenger of Johnson, Ac. itut
OM WUIard'e envelope appeara the sim
ple Inscription, "Jeaa Wlllard, Heavy
desty such as this deaervea auo-
EDDIK M'OOOHTY should neve a
comparatively easy tlm boxing
ten rounds with Jack Denning ua
Mosvday night. Not that any of Mc
Oeerty'a recent engagementa have been
of thai strenuous variety. Par from It:
One round is hardly a warming-up trot
for him. But If the McUoorty-Dennlng
doesn't amount to much the
de Ponthieu-Kddle Kelly and the
Frank Is Burns-Kddle Morgan bouts
will furnish excitement enough. The
eh lightweight champion haa been
lag good of late. Frank Krne
to have hlni liuatlli.g ull the
champions before the winter la
ARVARD'B row:ng aquad la al
ready hard at work for the eeaaon
of 1113. The oaramen will work
River OksWlog until the lag conn a
then trsln llkluly throughout the
In the gymnasium. It's no eon.
that Harvard has been doing such
work on the Tliamr ,a,i. apriun
Valt ma: a k66um ! f
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XJ J ) N li i GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY Sw
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V J I 'I I J J oalou at IM.IIaielpbia. I'hllidali.hia at Ito.too. aSB" T TunDtsr
J) J ) I J S Cbtram at Itrult. IHtabur.h at ('In. InnaU. aJ1 IHOKr M
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I HABVAPJi t - "e-T ct-aJ'.
CLOSE SEASON ACROSS
BRIDGE WITH MUSIC
UMpalsO Klein Htnl orth
MMMCLTMi N. v.. Oct. r,, rnder
weather entwlltlnna Ihut were Ideal, the
tkusehull eeaaon for lfl'J In the Nnliunal
l,eugtie came to an snd to-day with n
ciun. Iietween the QidBtl gild iMiilgera.
The eloaln-t waa OS rt airily u kUgptolottl
one for .)reallett Klibetta ha. I rllnin
nnn'a Twenty-third RogtmoM Hand oh I
hum! and from 1 O'dtot k un;il the game
finished, the niualeltina piayod nil the
POpasaf alra to the delight or the
In order u, give Wfl Toareuu a w nrk-i
ou iefore the oosnstti World's aterioo, sgjoJaillati to CJsmo. no i.i'ns.
Manager Mexlraw had the big pitcher Mklklff Mingled to left. Chose otrt.
atari the game Togrsau had plenty i.ri Khea t.i tian.lll Itanlela waa snfe on
peed In hla vearm-up to Chief Meyera j ,,.,r,,. fujnbls. DUlstl Stols sec
gad tin' Ulunt motara Ml l.iud In their. ,,,,.1. I.evilelt Wna lilt b) a pitchod hall,
pralar tint he would iet the lied Si ( huing the lioaex Slump Out, Mollr.de
Pa: llagon was SloOtOd by Ujiilen to' t.i tiatnlll Mldklff aeoilnx. Smith Mod
do the twirling for the Dodgi is. I t.i Lopoftl ONR RI'N,
A ii vtarler MVOM was flOgdhsadsd I Second Inning avahportg out M. Mlllan theatre In the country will lute a re
to first by Ititgiin and on Doylo'g preity to Cbaat Hhanka a In gl tit to centre, port for tliu beniarit of their matinee
drive to eeutre. )vore by fnat atirlntlng ' MeUrlde forced Hhunka, Mldklff to putrona.
Cut to third. iJoyle taking aafOnd on Stump MoBlids stole sscond. A. Will- At the starting points New Tork and
Stegel't throw to third to get Povoro, I IMM alngled to centre. ItoRrida loor 1 DolIDD 01 many wrltera and telegraph
nodcraao raiasd a pop fly to snort right
which Morun ma le ,t wonderful runnliiK
catch of and holding DSVOTS at third.
Murray was lilt In the ribs, lining the
buses. Morun made another great run
ning Botch of Metkb's long lly. Ills
I great tkltOW to the plate seared 'Devon
I from trying lo score. Ilersog raise,! a
fly lo the Inneld which Fisher oollared
and the limoklyn tins went wild. No
Morun popped up to tli" Infield Mdan
nerxog granueo tin- sail. UUtsnaW
drove a bounder to Fletcher Stengel
mlSSSl three swings at 'I'e.areau'a fast
ones, no itr.NH.
Het'on.l Inning -Meyers safe on a
grounder to Fisher. Fletcher beat OUt
his high I. .Hinder OVer itngOII S head.
Tear.-i.ii ft .-.I to l''.l..-t (In tliA hit 1
and run play DoVore was retired at
llrst. Daiibeit then made u marvellous
a op of isirrv Do ic's grounder, no
DgUhert amaahed u lw ffy o left.
Wheal atru.k out. H. in. erl tried lo
ateal Second but was easily .aught by
Meyers' perfeel throw te llole. Ki'k-
Patrlok a us the t hlnl Vlflttst on il
slow lioup.br to Hersog. No Itl'NS.
Third lnnlng--Mnudgrasa huiitesl
alralght to Itagon. Murray rolled a
slow one to fJutShaW and heat his throw
lo mat. Murrey then made a pretty
Steel "f SSCOUdi Merklg made thrve
swipes at the gf, llemog gr.iumled
out. Cutshaw to Daubert no RtTNg.
PletOnOf ran out In centre and made
I m at Batch of Fish. r's By Miller was
Balled out on strike. Itagon. who
tkiited left handed was also uiisuc. ess
ful in tin. ling Tesreau's benders. No
Fouth Inning Meyers slammed a
liner to oentfS fOT u base. Fletcher
alao found ftagon tor a tuifety to
right, Tesreau bunted to Itagon. who
tfcrOT to Klrkpaltrli k, forcing the
Chief at t Ii 1 1 at. Wheat, after a hard
SPrlnt) gathered In I levnre's foul fly
Wheal got Doyle's high lly. NO ni'.NS
Morun pasted a lly Into Devores
Lands. t'utH'iaw doubled. Stengel
was handed a free pass to first
DaUnsrt lilt to Doyle, who touched
out Stengel on his way to aecond. but
Haubert beat Larry's t.iniw to llrst,
t'utahaw going to third. Wheat raised
a fly to abort renin.
EARLY IN FARE1LL
GAME WITH HILLTOPS
i 'hu.ee. Ih.
R. Wllllume. e.
I ,a parte, BO.
M. Hrlde. e.
Umplrsa -nlneei. nnJ Hurt.
AMKKICAN UCAOVM PARK. New
York, Oct. fi The Yunka n.l Senatois
playsd their llnal game of the seuson
at tin- Hilltop this afternoon. The
fine weather brought 01
K.OUD r.ina tn ih- tttittop.
waa aaalKiieil to d.i I In
n crowd of
the Yanka and TOM HUgnOI waa hla
Klret lmilng Moellei atru. k out.
Koater walked. Milan forced Koater,
M.'Mlllau t.i stump. Milan atols -
n Milan a'u stole thlr.l. rn
1 ,ns. wiinamn went tu sooonn an 1
Williams uciit to second on si
passed ball. Hughes walked. Moellsfl
out, stump to Chase, onk RUM
McMillan out, McBHde to Handll. I
William filed to Mueller
all lick out NO Itl NS.
Third Inning- t-'oatcr knocked
bagger down the right field line Milan
walked, Poster going to third on s
pasotd bail Qnndll sinitied o ssntre.
Pooler BOO ling and Milan going to
third l.aporte heal out an Inlleld Int.
eeoring. Shanks beat out a
I hunt. tllllnir the bases Mi Ut ide
,,,,,.,( ,,, , hn-c Handll scored on A.
I Williams's high dv to LellVelt Hughes
fanned. THRKK HUNB,
Mldklff out, Mclliide to Can. ill I'hsae
lout, Mcllrlde to Handll Daniels (lied
I to Milan No Itl'NS
MISS MARGARET CURTIS
WINS NATIONAL GOLF
TITLE FOR THIRD TIME.
Boston I'ldver Pffe:its Mrs. Bartow
in Flnali il MtnchtttM 3
Up and 2 to Cio.
.VANiilK.Hi'Fit. Maes. Vt. 6 -i'luy-lng
witli a bally erlgpled hand. Miss
Mnrg.net Curtis of Boston won the na
tional Women's golf I humihionshlp for
the third time on the lessen County links
to-I i. Mia. I'urils won In the finals
from Mrs. OoBsld H. Harlow of I'hia
detphM by the s ore of I up and to go.
It was unccr: tin Whether the finals
would he played to-day, as Mlas Curtis
severely Injured her hsjaj several days
ago, but against the advice of hcv physi
cian f'hc decide I In ll l . not CMtlkg to
dlssppoUit a largo gsUerp.
Ml, i "lu-ita
ll.lt ..... 4 11 II 1 7 .1
III 4 4 I II II
At the end ..I' the mat. it Silas II.
gtrewn, prealdenl uf the U. s. i. a..
preoented miss Curtis with a gold
mrdal and Mrs Harlow, who has once
n runner up, with a sliver
World's Series Supplies
News of Battles Sought by Every Hamlet
Fortunes Spent to See Games Between Giants and
Red box, While Monster Preparations Are
Under Way to Furnish Far Away Fans
With Pen Pictures of the Contests.
BY BOZBUAN t.l LOr.R.
EXT to a Providential election
hold the attention of 911,000.000 Americans like a get of baseball games
that decide the championship of the world. At first glance that state
ment may sound exaggerated, but it Is not.
On the eve of the annual World's series to bo played between the Clan's
and the lied Hox the demand for nows Is so great that the telegraph com
panies are making elaborate preparations to convey bulletins to every nook j
and namiet in rue 1 111 r 1 nunn a
levratlons could not be more extensive
There la not a dally IIMBsT In ths
country thst he not ordered the de-
Italia of the game aont by Innlnra.
There Is not a hamlet of I.OOO people
I that will not have telographle reports
as the games procee.1. At relay sta
tions and on the sending and receiving
ends of the telegraph wire It la esti
mated ll.taTO operators will he required
to handle the news. Officials of the
telegraph companies say that It Is 1m
poeellile to estimate In advaii.e what
this will coat the out-of-town fana. It
will run Into an enormous figure.
ARMY OF WRITER8 AND TELE
Tn addition to the. regular newa aervicc
hundreds of electric bulletin b.iarda
have hewn erected In the different towna
and citlea and these will allow the prog
ress of the iiffin play by play, livery
1 oporatori win be employed aa aro re
nulred at a Naitl'uial convention.
New York reservation.
. , ... . -:ii isaiilal wHtera .
am,m M,"" -'- 7 tj
lone hundred ep.Htlul wires are 'n
I Htniiic Into th pitrki". Thi'd' ftlll 0
Into thousands as they reach the relay
stations and tiro net work beglna to
spread over the country like a huge
spider web. The morning newspaper
men do not use the wires dining the
progress of the gauie hat as many more
direct wires will be required that night
tu huit-Uu the lorlse Written by them.
Fortunatjly for the lallioads, or un
fortunately us ths BSSa may be, Uic im
mense throngs ot' Jnoplc who see the
gam.- ut New Yor- gild Huston will not
travel between III twt cities. They
would but lor th.- fat that the sealing
capacity tn the ball paika la so llmlttil
that only the ho enthusiast, can he
aivunimoualiMi. counting tne newspaper
men, players, official.-, and the few fa-
vorrd fans. perhCPi MM people will
nuke the tuunie" l . twea-n Hoston and
.. .. . ,,..' .. ....
lorn obu. ami io euvuimuouais
them more than I dOMg Ss?clal trahM
be run by the New York, New
Haven and Hartford Railroad.
All of thi. will "Vtit an immense
amount of money, but a. the baseball
fan muat have Hla news "hot from the
griddle'' he te willing U foot the bill.
$100,000 ALONE PAID TO SEE
.speaking of cost, thu fan. of New
York and Hoston will pay out upward
of eioo.ouo to sec tho games. Thai, how.
ever, 1. but a drop in the buoket com
pared with hn' It wUI tax the leas
tortU04tg people living lu distant locali
ties to get the news,
If It were possible to ciect a stadium
that would hold loti.OUO people and the
fana throughout the country knew that
there wounl be a chance of getting a
seat, audi an ainptiheatr would be
just a. crowded as will tho Hrush
Stadium and Fenway I'ark next week.
I Men connected with baseball in New
Vuik fur a aeca ur uiore oae uean
there Is nothing that can attract and
v. - u a vuua mu v-nuuua. 1 in ae ji '-
If the country was at war.
healeged with thousands of letters and
telegrams from friends out of town lieg
glng for tickets to the game. The -National
Commission has wlaely decided
that the home funs must have the first
chance and the out of town enthusiasts
will have to depend upon tne bulletin
Persons In New York who ran watch
ths championship games at close range
do not really appreciate to what extent
they are envied by fans In other sec
tions. The eagerness with which these
baseball lovers In the little hamlets and
towns awult the news is difficult to
understand. To give you an Idea 1 have
u letter from a seventeen-year-old boy
living in a little town In Alabama of
let-a than Wu people, which reada as
"Will ynu please send us a telegram
each night after the game, telling us
who won and what men pitched."
PLAYERS ARE KNOWN ALL OVER
The last three words In that letter will
prubably give the fan ul the Ma ,-tiv a
line of thought that, perhaps, hail I time the National League officials re
liever occurred to him. The New Yorker fused to recognise officially the rival
anu me HoHtonlan muy not realise that
til Me. .re ,.1111...., I. .u. ........ . .
.V " - "r"'"'"
I " . ' I"1""1" en
otner piaysri in the big leagues, and
their records are a well known in ih..
1 bojTfl who play on .he town 1-it and the
tarm us they are ,i the nun who c.ie.
lo the Polo Umiinds during the regular
season. Those comm.. lads, huving no
hunce in eee their heroes n action,
read every thing they can get on the
subject and. In a Way, are better in
formed on the records than we are. (lo
among them and you will be surprised I present rates and regulations ror in.
to see how qulokly thev will pic k you I big games.
up on the slightest Inaccuracy as to When 'he World's Series was mad
figures. In the I'nlte.i atal ,. aii .! Institution the Olants and
is likely that there are Hsi.oon boys llg-
uring on who Mod raw and Sia.'il ought
io pitcti in the opening game More-
t '' ,," . h 'T. ... ,.-.r.l'.'.V. W
hen i'y cobii made g tour of the
Country with a theatrical show lasl
I tan he wus met at the stations by
large crowds who followed at his heels
UCllI the constant nolorlety gut on his
i n.ri ... .,,..1 I... I... ,.. ,w
' . . .. w.hbii. rie suya
i that ihoec fens In the llttl. , ities tn,.
I h. i,,t ..s
I than ho did himself.
When Uirry Uoile goes lu bis hom.
In blreese. III., every fall he says ma.
he Is often asked about plays thu
OCmO up In the previous July,
"Those fans,'' says Darry, "can tell
mo which of my hits In the World's
Setie. were made off curve balls .
Fans often wonder why it a ,, a
ball player, uccuetomed lo the rooting
of the crowds every day. geia rattled
during a big championship scie iln,j
often completely loses hla nerve. Nat
urally he feela thut a big burden l up in
hla shoulders but his performance In
the presence of the crowd ... not nearly
of so much concern to htm as the feel
ings of those fans In the home t,.,
who are waiting breathlessly to learn
if ho make. good. Throughout the pig
ssek the playera arc flooded with t-la-grums
from all parts of Hie country
containing congratulations, udvlce snd
After the Olant. hoi loal the ,.cond
game to the Athletics la.t fall McGraw
wa. the recipient of u trunkfiil of lele-
gracUc uiesssgvs advising nlm wko to
Interest for Millions;
Huge Task to Keep the Fans
In Touch With the Big Games
eiorts of each gam flashed to all parts of ths United States,
Canada, Cnba and ths leading osntrss of Europe.
Over 10,000 telegraph operators will relay news of games seat
by 870 special writers, who will cover ths series In addition to the
regular baseball reporters.
Interest la so great that electric scoreboards will be erected la
many towns, giving detailed descriptions of each contest.
One hundred special wires have been Strang In the Polo Grounds
pedal trains to transport a small army of players, oat dais,
newspaper men and fans between Wew Tork and Boston.
Only the Presidential election can compete with the big series
for public Interest.
Thousands of fans will spend fortunes for their tlcPets.
STsmes of stars of both teams are Intimately known la every Til
lage throughout the country.
Playsrs are greeted like heroes on returning homo after the
world series contests.
Demands for t.cketa have already ezoeedsd the capacity of Ten
way Park and the Trash Stadium.
Almost every theatre In the land will provide reports for their
pitch the following day. He had 10
have the wires In his room disconnected
to keep the exclt. d fana from calling
him up on the long dlatanee pho.v.
Connie Mack would not go near a tele
phone for a week.
WHEN THERE WERE NO POST-
Ten years ago there was no such
thing aa u regulur, officially conducted
Wiiill n Denes. ii was ine i.tii-- ...
gradually demanded that the i ham- I
plnnshlp Of the world be decided on-
nually. This ' made possible by ,
the Invasion of the American LeagUI
Ah soon us that body was reoognln d :
as S major organltatlon there was a
constant argument as to the superior
ity of the tw" lngues. When the
Giants first won the pennant, In IstM,
I there was no World's Series
I hod V. Boston also won me i..-..o.....
I.,.-. ... .....I ,1... frtna in th..t CltV are
V X .V.., '" ..e he fact thai the
lllimni - - - - -
OlantS declined to piay mem. roan is
one reason why thev are so enthu-
, mastic this time. snd. Incidentally, so
anxious to bet tneir money.
The following spring Mr. Tlrtieh fle
.tared that he would agree to a serlc
of games If they were arranged nnd
played under the auspices of the Na
tional Commission. In fact. Mr. Ttrush
did mint of the work In framing the
' the Athletics played for the . rumplon-
1 ship. The dlati won win wssaw
fallowing vear the opponents eirt i
C lloagO Cut., and the White Sox. I nat
time the White Box won. I
For wo years the OUbS and the De-j
troll Tigers fought for the honor and
ths Cuhg won both times. PltShurgh I
wu. nexl in win gnd heat the Tltrcra .1
Tlie Cutis then played the Athletic.
,n,l were dsfasVtsd. Ijwt year the 1
...a -he Athletic, met again and
that time Philadelphia got even for the
defeat In Vi-
Beginning In 1906 " wlM hf "" thai
the National 1 tlgllf ha won four
ehaWnplonShtpS to the American League's
Thi. la the last .lay of the major
league aeaaon In the East. Oreater New
York will see It. la.t Mg league game,
oiitakle of the worhl's series at the Polo
tlisinnil.. In Brooklyn, where the (Hants
meet the Dodgers tor thejr laat struggle
l.efore thev meet the ltel Snx, and at
the Hilltop, where the Highlanders
iliiah with the Senators for the nnal
battle. The .e.son for l.oth league
III elo-e in the West to-morrow.
If we ihn iij consider the series, un.
Officially played between the Boston
lied snx end ths Pirates, which waa
won hy Host on, the two leagues would
Ix- tied with four victories each.
The fnill.a ...n. mmm ...... fc. .
j ,crie, aiQ mor.. evenly fought' than
i any ..fits predecessors.
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4. ARTIIt'H HKlllilN. Alriand,
sx-utt. Cbadwli'll Tria. liar HVe
Frank Mills I'la.riB ami olhrra'
THE GI kL F KOiM BRIGHTON
OPEN ALL WINTER
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up gnd l to go. In
the Na -e.au countr
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III .i I I -i a a e
P. was a strong contest. Trsvli
at tiled Indifferently and after siiiarln
matters In the fourth, went Into thf
dumps and lost four holes in suorea
slon. Then fori IM smiled on lilrn sml
hla luck chaiig..! OK the 12th. a Ions
rook, not larger than a nedlntn s.e.
dog. deflected hla bail from going out
of bounds and gave him s half. Then
he won three holes In sue. .salon tad
halved the nest. Thlngi began to look
hilly for llerrsehoff, but Travis was
in trouble on thi ITlh and that ended
Klrkby beel Tapping
up un.l t to
out . I I
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.1 a meshing long gme
ns a rule Klrkby managed to keep tha
lead from the Ural hole, liut onlv by
the skin Of his tret';, three times
thereafter 'i.ing only 1 up and never
more than except at the thlr.l when
hs wes i to ths good. Their meds'
play showing was rather ordinary,
gummary gecond set: J, .McDonald.
National, h at latins R. Hyde. South
Snore, 1 up; V C, Longley, rrovldenee.
heat J, B. P, Tappan. Nassau, 1 and
Third lei I N. Stearns 3d. Nassau.
beal a it. Pish, Nan nal, and l
II II. Townsend, Nassau, beat X. E.
sprague, in wood, 2 and i. Fourth set
-ii. u Downey, Apawamls, beat Don-
l al l McKellar. Midland, up; HowsrJ
Maxwell, Nassau, heat M. 1. twle.
Plus Ing, l up. Plfth set Pr. Morris
Carpenter, Oakland, heat P. Tt. Jn
nines. Harden City, and .': James A.
tlllmon jr . Osrden City, beat ciar
enec thinning, Nassau. B and 4.
h'erna Meals Willi In Mum Boat.
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rVrss ill Kitia-M '"tv . male i flr.t . wrau-.
Vi tni, eitj ..i the Otvaisia t. t, ami tlefrarss
Kllbj Willi, in a rather alow ait-r.iiui.1 miiilsH.
II. r. Nsytli f ralabel am irlas In tar emu
viadtin b) t'. ulltpiitatisf, TnaaSU Iilsoa of
gasssi i'h a. aii reeads. T..toib r.re; eat
uutsled tit lis Hood in a fast -ix t ns4 - at a
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