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WHEEI THE HIGHLANDERS WON A GAME!
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Robideau Hands Lore a Beauti
ful Ten-Round Trimming.
It, 1U. e Th. rn Ml
ITwa Ml Tort Wood).
JOKNKT LORE'S foot alrpped lt
night At tiio (tan of hi rouad-tha-world
tour. Johtinr mot Ami Row-
dsau, tho Unllod BtaUa Navy tight
weight, at tho St. "teholai Robideau
handod Johnny beautiful tan-round
trimming and laughed all tho way
It we thfa way Tno St. Nicholas put
on a Mil of tbrwt ton-round bouti. In
th flrit Kid Black jabbod and did other
thing to eni Toung Leroy. who dancod
la olreloa and tnod to look aa If ko
llkod It After that Leo Rouok fought
Knockout Brown of Chicago and boat
hla at ovary atria of mixing and long
raago work. Brown showed a remark
ably hard law, and not vary much of
Than nam tha rl aerap of tho ovw
nlng. Lor had about thro pound
advantage In weight atrlpptng At 117.
while FoWdeau weighed 117 In hi fight
ing tog. Lor, thick necked, wagohful
and confident seamed to have th olaai
la th drat round. Robideau. summer
and wealing a rather forced (mile,
alilag around the aggreaalv Lore, was
attar him In straight plunges.
throe or four bard right. It
Uke a abort fight, with RoMdoau
oa tha loelng and.
at tha neat round waa a aurprlaa.
UpkMaaii. atlU laughing, ripped lata
Joaatay. started hhn with a oasspi of
harp left, and than swished over a
aarraag right to his jaw. aaaging him
rsellng hack. Lor waa groggy. H
nearly dropped, than spread hi lag
aad swung hi fists deiporately a
tisjut rushed In eagerly. There waa
atlU a minute or more to go- Lore
the lefts and rights that
on him from ail anglss.
LOWE cams out for the thlr' with a
grim look and an evident an slaty
s avD (ha boots. Ho slugged
aad ruahsd aad sluggsd. Robideau
steed htm off with Jarring lefts. It waa
gda and rock 'all tha way now. Robi
deau had th boat of tho third. Lore of
fate fourth, Robideau of tha fifth. In
tha sixth Lor landed hard body
pwaabee. Ha waa trying hard and tak
ing chances. Ons of hi punches want
far below the belt end the tar waa
hart He retaliated with a tight hook
that staggered Lors sgaln. Tha asvsnth
was sven. Lore beating away at the
body. Robideau sanding his hssd bob
baas; back every taw seconds with a
hard Isrt that never missed. Lors
simply lowered his head and triad to
s eighth waa one long mix-up.
Lora waa trying his best to gst over
a daeisive punch. Robldsau. dancing
sround. jabbing, shooting a right now
aad then. wa holding htm aafe. Lor
hit low again and than sgaln. Robl
dsau. hurt turned his head and ap
pealed ui the rsfsrse, but kept on fight
ing. He held his awn.
Th n.nth was ons long slugging see
el on. Lore plungad snd plunged, and
tha sailor met him and stood too to
to. Lor had a little 111 beUr of It
On long left swing to the jaw made
Sam totter. And Sam came bark with
a left that nearly took Johnny off his
Both started hot-foot for a finish In
th last round. Robideau ( was laughing
and Lors mighty ssiious. In the first
hot mtaup Robideau put over the hard
est left of the evening, sending I.jrs
stsggsring haok. The sailor, still with
lhat cheerful smile, folkrwod faat anl
Mocked Lore's wild swings. In the
mils of a mixing rally Robkdsau's riglit
Crashed on Lore's ohlri, and Johnny saw
ten million stars. He was reeling njw.
In half a minute's fighting lie recovered,
but was knocked gruggy with another
right. Game. Johnn reeled in and slug
gsd his best snd inaanged to stick It out.
Hut Robideau won by a good margin.
Ha ww still laughing as hs shook hands
at the rlnish.
IN a latter to 11UI Neuman Ooorgs
HcDonald, who brought Matt Wells
to America, says that ths sport li
rather slow in England lust now.
'I hove been at M mte Carlo all win
ter," writes McDonald. 'The game la
no good over here, only for a champion
ship fight I tried to get HoFarland to
moot Welsh In London. Packey wanted
l;0,JO for his and. and Welsh wanted
tha same Thst mads It almost lmpos-
s.'bls to fix It up I offered them gU.OOt
for their end. I have the greatest build
ing; In the world, larger than the Oar
dsn. I am trying to get Ritchie and
Walsh. I hav not had anything to do
all Wells sines Welsh beat him. Ha
treated me very badly. Had no settling
with him over ths HuFarland bout yst.
1 think Young Brown did very wsll go
ing ten rounds with Mutton. I am wil
ing Kllbans to Inquire What he would
come to England and meet Digger Hun
ley twenty rounds for."
FREDDY WELbH didn't nssd to
convpialn of his Inability to gt
rights In England, with tu.000
offered for awiatch between Welsh and
McFarland And there's no reason why
Pacaay anould say that It's hard to get
Walsh Into a ring. Apparently nsltlier
1 overanxious for another meeting
whan each demands a prohibWJve "ad'
for th fight.
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m .; -34 y tew .
msum mi wrn 10 rnnnrn
aYsTK ;A a i 'I assgssassK - . ni i.nrn i riini.r i nation
rv :m wa a? 'asv. i m i iiiit i in i niiin i rc ,
KEPT GIANT HITS
Tesreau Is Almost as Big
a Puzzle to Tinker's Cin
Me rains, of
Mi era c
rrrrjilres Brennen and Eason ,
iHnsrial to The renlng World
POLO OROUND". NEW YORK May
I. Big Jsff Tesresti was taken from the
csg this afternoon and tumsd tooae on
th Reds while Johnson, the famous
Redskin pitcher who has won all of the
gtmee for the Red no far. eel In for
the opposition Jack Murray's neck tin
limbered during the night and lie was
able tn resume his Job In right field. A
crowd of 1.000 saw the doing.
FIRST IMntM TU Red scored
right off ths reel. Mates smssfhed a liner
Into left that got ,tway from Burns and
roiled "to the fence for three bases.
Rericer grounded out to Rhafer, nut
Tinker poked a single Into right and
Bstss scored. Hoblltzel strurtk out Just
ss Tinker stole second, and Chafer threw
out Marsans. ONE RUN.
The (Hants died quickry. Hnodarass
wss thrown out by Johnson and Sharer
was called out on strikes. Burns slnuled
to right but waa caught napping off
first 0 RUN
8E-ON.. INN INI The Rede died
oulokly In their half. Tearaau tossed
out Egsn. Grant waa called out vn
strikes Hhafer made a beautiful mop
of Clark's bounder and threw him out
at flret. NO JN8.
Doyle slartsd off with a haae on hall,
but Hurray poppsd out to Tinker and
Merkl hit into a double piay. Oram to
Tinker to Hoblltiel. NO Rt'NH
TmrRiD ININ1NO Johnson struck ou'.
Hates went out on a grounder to Hhafer
and Becker popped out to Hhafer. N'O
A.ier Hsrsog had Died out to centr
Meyer smashed a long single pas.
thtnd, but Testsau hit into a double
play. NO Rl'NH
FOURTH INHrNG This lime Tes
reau got out of a bad hols. Tinker got
a baa oa ball. Hoblltiel hit to Tea
reau but Tinker beat the throw to sec
ond aad both runners ware safe Mar
ian advanced them both with a pretty
sacrifice, but Egan bounced a high one
to Tsarsau. who threw Tinker out at the
(date. On an attempted double steal
Egsn was thrown out before Hoblltiel
could score. NO RUNS
Hnodgraea strU' K nut snd Shaft r waa
thrown out by Tlnkei Tinker threw
out Bums. NO HUNS.
FTFTH INNJrAI Grant filed out t
Murrwy. shsfei n.ale a -Aondeiful
slop and threw out Clark. rlgfgon
toased out Jotinson. NO UUNd.
Doyle got a base on bulla for Ihe set
ond time. Murrey hit lnui a daub
fday, Egan to Tinker to rfebllUt
Msrkls filed to Mstsane in deep egntl
ggVHH Ml S X IffiHJi.' 8 '
m m n in 1 iz ..mini, i mil mini:
V . EVERSCUBS DOWN
lurraoA Bsohsr atrvok out Ttakar aano
rtruok out KO RUNS.
Haraog singled to right Haraog was
out atsaHng ssooud. Meyers was thrown
I out by Tinker. Teoreau waa safe on
Kgan'a fomMa of aa eesry rolkw. (mod
grass forced out Tssreau at second.
SEVENTH rVNTNO Heraog throw out
Hohlttael after making a protty step.
Mareans hanked a single Into centra
Maraana waa out stealing second Egan
waa salted out on strikes. NO RUNS.
OF ATLANTIC Y. C. RACES
Series One of Features of
Season's Programme Just
Atlantic Yacht Club members won't
vc much time to drop snchors thla
immer. for the schedule of racing fix-
rrgg, now out. shows that special races '
v been planned to keep the sailors I
for the wind a great part of the time,
kg six short course race on Hatur-
If will constitute a ssrtea for which
j Ire will be given In each class to th
I Owl scoring the grratent number of
nils In acrordan e w ith the point sys-
During nice week, haglnntng Aug.
U, there will be a series of rdce
of Class S hosts for a oud offered
through rhe Crescent A. C. by
Kir Thome Llpton under condition
similar lo those governing ths Thomp
son Cup series for Q Class. All races
w-111 be sailed and de-'lded under ths rac
ing rules of the Atlantic Yacht Club.
AU entrlss must be mads on entry
blanks furnished by the Regatta Oom-
Following 11 a list of ths
VnMer. M. .1" hwiiu
and hl.w, .tart II 1. U.
in -U .inn- T Ones essstu. fgsawk u
oa iwioo. nut s r. v
Hiiui-itt), jimp ?H t.o rssatta. Ulasssa II
ana neioe. eian a r. M
Maturtai. July O-Opso reaiUa. Q
in 'i. nan .1 I'. M.
fUturilay. JiUt It Aoaa rasatta.
aod below pi i-t 3 I'. II.
Satuidai. Aus IB ii reailta
and below, atari 9 P. M
1Sie.da.v Au 1. haoa weak
Wednielir. Au 'JO-llaor weak
Thurwlay, Aus. :1 hi r vieek.
inaal i lri-illlr
rnilar-. Au n - IU weak, all ctetaa aiacul
ji-muj. -..- 1 Annual rasaile :i
-I-!.; 'I. ul. aiartiui at it A u
eanirai,. 11 . 1 a, raaatta
nod lielow. ttart II P. M.
WINNER TO-NIGHT MAY BE
The first big wrestling ihow held in
New York this season la to take placs at
ths Atlaailtc Garden Athletic Club to
night when two finish cuntesta will be
staged with four of the nest men in the
world as onteetants The mi.naitet' of
Stanislaus Zbyssko. the mighiy Pole
win ou ui the ring iirir prepared la
make a 111. ilea with lie w:ninr of IV
bout between George Lurl h t 1 Rajl
lnn Oliamplon. snd Caseaiia, the Italian
LurU h Mid Caieaut are tn wrestle, best
two of three, strsngle holds barred, no
In 1. 1" -Hi-olid finish contest of the
nigh: Constant Le Msrin, the giant
Frenchman, i to i pined ggaiaii Paul
SampHon, tlie tlermnn, t a tretuen
tUU h!a man, weighing nes-. l tv 1
hundred and fifty !ound This bOUl la
alio g be he.t iw-h QUI of tlnee. Tin
Is but one plsllmlnai) so tr.e hi
UPTON CUP TO WINNER
HW1 CHAJ4M. !
Hall, New Detroit Pitcher,
Kept Chance's Men Guess
ing at Start.
Via oil, if.
Umpires Dlnsen snd Hart.
fgpsria! to The Crests World.
NAVTN FTBLD. DETROIT. Msy I
The Highlander hoped to put over
their first little winning etreak of tha
season a they gathered on the T1gr
lot for th second conflict of the series
with Hughay Jennings and hi Tiger
this afternoon. They have not won
two game in aucneaalon sine the open
ing of the campaign, and th boy were
confident that thla would b a fine day
for It. Heinle Srhula waa th pitcher
for Chance Hall, one of th new hurl
ers on th Tiger list, worked for th
hom club. Ty Cobb was out of th
gam. He la reported Ul.
FIRST INNING Daniel walked.
Wolter Una filed to Vaaeh, Daniel
waa out stealing. Stanage Bush.
Hart sell walked. Hart sell was out
stealing, Htanage to Hush. NO RONS
Bush was out. Derrick to Chan. Vltt
want out. Hart sell to Ohaae. VahuHs
fumbled Crawford's grounder aad Bam
waa aafe at first. Veaoh singled to osn-
; tre. but Crawford waa held at second.
I Dubur singled to left, scoring Crawford
i and Vaaoh High gat a base on balls.
I Deal out. Dwrljk to Cha. TWO
, acA-u.i- i.iaiau l ree singled to
: right. Chase filed out to High Cree
' was caught off flrt and run down,
j Hall to Crawford to Buah and Vltt got
the putout. Sweeney was out. Vltt to
' Crawford NO RL'NR
stanag; out, lerr.-k to Chase Hall
went out. itiaae to Hsrtxell to BchulU.
when the ball bounded off Chase' mitt.
BchulU covorlng th bag. (Buah sln-
gled to right field and stole second.
! Vtf, filed out to Xkantsls. XO RUNS.
i THIRD rXTXlNG-dtlldklff singled lo
right. Derrick hit into a doub'e play.
Bush got the grounder, touched
ond, forcing Mldain, then threw to
Crsntfoard. putting out Derrick, gchulti
filed out to Veacjh. NO RUNS.
Orawford out on a hunt, Mldkiff to
Chase. Vesch doubled to right, but in
trying to stretoh the hit was out. Hart
sell to Dei nek to Mldkiff. Dubur waa
out on atrlkes. NO RUNS.
FOURTH INNING- Daniels wss out,
Deal to Crawford Wolter filed to High
Cree got a single 10 right and Heiii.nH
went to irttrd. Chase out. Hall iu
Crawford. NO runs
High dOUhlad to Isft Deal hunted In
PchttllSi wito threw uo Mid Stiff, gatuna
Hiirh geini to third was a nit for
ileal, howo. er. Muuai- hit :nto i
doiihle play, Hartiiel) to Hernoii, to
TIGERS GOT JUMP
SCORING TWO RUNS
Brooklyn and Chicago Play
Fine Fielding Game in
Third of Series.
Fehult. rf .
Umpire Mors. O'Day and Email.
tltesrtel v Tlw r.traln Tfortd
EBBETS FIELD. BROOKLYN. N. T.
Hay I. With the series a tie. each
team having won a game, the Chicago
iGuba and the Dodgers oame together
again this sfternoon fnr the thiid com
bst of their present tngagement. It was
a bit chilly for bsaebe'l. but In spite
of this over eight thousand fans cam
to the big stadium to see the game.
Pahlan put In his star southpaw, 'Nap
Rudker. to do the flinging, while Bvor Rucker grounded out. avers to Archer,
depended on Jimmy Lavender. ! Moran hit to Archer, who beat him in
FTRST INNTNG Leach singled to cen- the sprint to the bag. NO RUNS,
tre. Schulte. lifted one close to the right EIGHTH INNING Breanahan lngle,l
field fence, which Moran got under clev- to left, the ball going through Smith
erly. Leach made a clever steal of sec- u,. a r;fe shot Lavender raised a
ond. Mitchell walked. Phelan lift! a hunt pop fly, which Miller got under,
fly to short lejft. which Wheat ran in tori Leach struck out, Breanahan stealing
st top speed, and after capturing the second on the third strike. s-hulti-ball
threw to Cuurhaw at second In fanned out weakly, and the fane gave
plenty ot time to double up Leach. .JO rtAicker a great ovation for his fine
RUNT. 1 Pitching NO ROMS.
Moran bunted, hut Bresnahan's light- Lavender mad a fin atari of Cut
nlng throw to Archr got him at first ( shaw's hsirl-hlt bounce and threw him
n 1 a hCb.aA a low line flv straight 1 ease ;in..i ,.,.i n, , r nti mW.
Into Ever' hand. Stengel walked and
tried to steal, but was nailed on Bres-1
nahan's line throw to Brldwsll XO.
SEXXCND INNFNG Archer was out.
Cutahaw to Daubert Evers walked.
rid Wall' I bouncer 10 Fisher for ood
Ever at cond. Brtdwell tried to jur- j
itlarlse second, but wa an easy out on I
Miller' perfect throw to Fisher NO
Wheat's terrific low line fly w
enatobed by Ever Daubert walked.
Bmltlh was hit with a fast Inahoat,
which was fh fourth ball and ha
went to first F1her waa dlspoaad of
by Ever and Arcner, Doin runners
moving up a Pg. Lavender Pur
posely walked Miller, fining the baa.
Rucker proved to be a poor httter in
the pinch, for h fanned out weakly.
THIRD iTjNNlNO -Breanahan Jam
med out a long fly to Wheat. Laven
der struck out. Leach walked. He
stole second, and on Miller s wild throw
down, he , continued right on to third.
Moran made a pretty running catch of
SchuMe'a fly In short right. NO RUNS.
Moran got firt on Ever' fumble.
Cutshaw bunted straight to Lavender,
forcing Moran at aecond Cuthaw to1
se ond. Btengl Wt a slow bounder to
Ever, who threw the ball to Arch.r
Just In trm to get the Dodger' si ug
lier. Cutahaw reaohtng third on bit out.
Wheat than mde good with a pretty
safe hit back of second and Cutnw
crosssd the plate wrltb the flrat run.
Wheat wa out stealing second, Br
nahan to Evers. ONE RUN.
FOURTH IN NINO Mitchell sent a
Jumper to Fisher and wa out t flrat.
V .-lan got to flrat on F1hr bad fum
ble. Archer waa thrown out at nrst ny
Flhr, linubert making a great stop of
the poor throw-. Ever filed out to
Wheat. NO RUNS.
'Manager Ever mad h'.s aecond er
ror of the game, this time by letting
Daubert'e groundar go throufri his
legs. Daubert stole second, Rresnahan
making a vary poor throw down. Brld
wsll captured Smith's fly. Flshsr
llRfUd to the Infield, the '-a!! hitting
Bridwell In ihe lege sr. I .-munding
away, allowing i'aaber: to -eanh third
Miller's sacrifice fly to Leach sllowed
Dauber: to CrOII the r'-te. and on
l.ei'.:h' throw ome Flshs;- cot to se -
ond Ruakar wen. out on h'.s ppsindgr,
I Lavgpaar t.. , ihe.. osv. run.
FTFTH IN .TXG Out haw and Dau
bert liaiidle.l II u null's noui. e.1. Bres-
na .an rgjatd a pop fly near the piteti-
' er' box which Mlllei got. Fisher tossed
o- l.a i ni NO RUNS
ate) luin ...
Nee York, g. QtoclnnMi. .
lilcago. I; troukbn 3.
it -t.,n j Piuaburah. 1. 13 ianisa
rbUadslaala, 4; t. teoli, I. 10 lakii
CioclsnaU at Nte York.
Chicago at Brooklra.
Illtati'UCIi at Hnfttoo.
Bt. Lou at
and throw to Archer Th crowd loudly
hlesed Umpire Emslle. as they thought
Moran had beaten the throw. Cutahaw
wax thrown out. LevefMer to Archer.
Stengel eoaked a grounder to Krver.
wlio fumbled the ball for the third time
In the game, (.nil th batter hla base.
Wheat hit to Bridwell. wo toned the
Ball to Ever, forcing Stengel. NO
SIXTH INNTNO Leach reached first
on SmiLh's fumble. Sohuite was hit by
s pitched ball. Mitchell drove a bounder
to Smith, who eomched third base, forrlns
Leach. Pielan's hat ono to Dauoert
forced Mitchell at second, Schulte ad
vancing to third. Phelan aule eecond.
and on Miller's -wild throw. Uchulte
crossed the piste. Plielan a1o tried to
tally, but was easily caught, Stengel
to Hunker to .filler. ONE RUN.
Daubet t went out. Lavender to Archer.
Smith alngle.1 to the Infield, the hall hit
ting Lavender's hand and hounding
away. Fierier hit Into a double play,
Evers to Bnldwall to Archer. NO Rl'Nfl.
SEVENTH INNTNO Archer tiled to
Moron, vgfg raised a pop fly. whi.' i
Miller caught. Bridwell drerv a pass on
balls. On the next pitched hall Hrldwe-1
tried to steal second, but was nailed on
Miller's fast throw to Ktaher. NO HUNS
Miller filed nut to Evcrs in short right.
I o,rd In Wheat's fly In deep centre. NO!
mi.vth rNXUXG-Mltoliell (Ued to
Moran. Phelan slnglexi to centre. Millar
made a great catch of Archer foul fly
naJ. lh6 grand stand, and on a great
jj, t0 Cutahaw Phelan wa doujblod
trying to steal second. NO RUN'S,
JOHNSON REFUSES PARDON
FOR MANAGER STOVALL.
C1HTCAGO, May I George Stovall't.
suspension was not lifted a a result of
his conference with President B. B.
Johnson to-day, but Mr. Johnson will
confsr with the directors of the St
Lout American soon, probably on
Saturday, and th question of a par
don for th manager will be dlaoussed
eitovall, In making his plea, for rein
statement, declared he was more than
sorry for hla attack on Umpire Fergj
on and railed attention to hi previous
record. Mr Johmoii told him he would
have to wlt until he had talked tha
matter over with the d. rector. -tttovaJI
returned to 8t. Louis this afternoon.
International I.easjwja Standla.
(Huh W. L.
kC. i Club.
.as: M e iieel.. .
HSi Ib.l.wtar. .
rroWdonoe. 10 f
eaalts of Veslerday'e Gaun
Haff.io ft. Jene.i City. 4. 10 lanluaa
Toriu'i . 4, Naiark. S.
PMildeuee, 0. MonTril, 3.
BaltlBOSS. 0; sWIksWir, 4.
Game Mcliedaled for
Jan:' CM; at Buffalo.
Newark at Tcrnutt..
lroidDc at Miiotraai.
Baltimar at Rochester
rA Smart Efhet
1 ir If til Dealer
Van Zandt, Jacob & Co. Troy. NY
W'KTllOV oF TUm LAM O
AirreXAfcas aMora tat "Ther
HHVANptHi Aftg CeftLY To
WIN el TVHR. oVC IN llltj .
PC. J Club. W L. CC. Club. W,
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.JWI Obicasn.. II 10 .Mo New York.. 3
VtTER DAY'S GAMES
I New York, 0. Detroit, O,
t.Virlind. 4. Bcetos. 1. i
Wmhinaton. .1 . I M OSes, 3.
Plnlaileluhia. I: Ki Louis. 2.
LeUnciuLED rwi it-UAt
1 New York it Detroit.
Boetno at i l.n'l .
I i'klladtliJui at Inula,
I WaiSlnston at Chliaao.
CAPTAIN OF AUSTRALIAN
Ca.pt Stanley N. Dojst of the Aus
tralisn tennis teem that will compete
against the Americana In the prelimin
aries for the Davis International chal
lenge cup arrived in inwn lo-duy on liie
liner Majestic. Coming d.rect from
London. Doust 'was the first of h:
team mates to get In the city, the
others tskirtg the longer route agfASI
the country froth California
The Australian csptaln wa met it
tho pier oy Robert D. H'n-nn. president
of theVnltctl States Tgfinil Association,
who escorted tlie noted taC'iuet pisvtr
to the Hotel XoAlptai where the far
eigners will stay while in this BOUHUT
A. B Jones and Horace Rice with
their manager left Chicago last night
and are due here this evening. Their
urrlval wdl complete the Australian
team and the visitor will immediately
1 1 art practice on the i oiu Ih of the t 'rea
cent Club In preparation for th Davis
preliminary : next rnoiun.
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rtR)T BACK For mat dean thx
year-old, sta lur1oaga.Cdahubsr, 104)
(ButweU), won; Bruaa BeUe. Ua (Da.
via), aaoond; Li'Algion. no (Fair
brother), third. Tims. LULL gjy
Boots, Brother Folk, War Lord, Brra
dor, Cap. Jink. Top Hat. Resound,
Chad Buford. Tadopap, Ksrdossros,
Corncraokar also ran. IB Mu tools paid:
Mahubar, straight, N; place. U.M.
how. . Bruen Belle. pUce. Mti show,
til L'Alglon (Bold), show, fggo
SECOND RAf -E - Two-year Kld ooltf.
four and a half fui longs Oarl, 1
CTurnsr), first. Fathom, Ul Tair
brother). second; Defend am, Ul (Bui
wsll), third. Tune. & -. TTsi gllil
also ran. II autusas paid: Oart atMlfht
U, place 13.10, no a how. Fathom place
12 W. no arrow, Defend urn no show,
THIRD RAOE-slllng. three paar
old and upward; mil aad forty wards.
-Hedge Roe. 17 (Skirrln), wool Ag
nier, 106 (Ward), secood; MoCrearp. Mr
(Robblna). third. Tim. LJi-a. Man
tine, Montagala, Fairy Oodmother, Ut
tery, Adolant. OttUo, Orbed Lad and
Frank Pur cell alio ran. 13 mutuell
paid: Hedge Rose, straight, (36.80; plmx),
BOW; show, pi Aejntar. place. B.2V
show. W.m. McCreary, shorn, 9,lfl.
RACE TRACK. PIMLICO. 56M., lfa
8 The entries for to-moTrowJ-Tc
are as follow:
FIRST RACE Santa , foe two-jasr ajfai flea
rarlonu Mg4, li: Wooden Sm ui-'h
Ulgfssj, IlSl Ulilkr Way, 104; Robert bljw
lWt JIMsu. 1fs
ALi'.in it cr . . it .k .... -
i , uir. rjr-o.ia aaa
upward: su f jrmu - Ambrose. tn , grraoe I
I Ufl 'Udr Irraa. 110. -BersiU Jr . 112: SaX
107 Kinder Lou Ml V l. Bwt.r. Uj Basi
Crec. 10T. UauiF. ISO 'Witer Weiiej, ijj
Tjh It Hind, lli: i.r iu Val, 10T; "Am tor
113, f.rttida, 113: UtU 3ui4tr, 10T; tad.
OU1-. 110; efka Ktwret. 110: Tlrm. 130
THIRD RACE-Thre rar.ilda r.d igrwaag.
ua hgtssga, Horrou, iob Medlitor. US, !!
ur. 10 acaUiras. Unuiliiis, 100, Ouss
FOVRTB RACK 4kasa4jakS four-wiarlds
aad u.ar1. to m.lea eim fkara. 1ST; u
lea.-. 1. nil !. IHT: lUi kficm, 14. Ft"
S Ylnkcr. 137. lli.i-.i-: . 13!. -uii.nio Rl'tr
. . . - , . , a
KMTH ltcV -Vllins. baadi-ar: ti.re.aar
oiu- id pwsr o.. Bnl t-vijr Meocii. log,
i Oiiitsla gwlaanii, p i.i Oro, iu; NksUaa!
-,,ii 1:1, i...ii, ,-. .. 1. 1
w.inl. cue mlk mil fett irg urrrtltt v
111 ihstgadsr, ItSl te-ir. lw. Haetea, lot:
Elab. P. wl II ro. lie: Hoffaun. 11.
Vt o.ioV-iaf: I1U. Daluterfiel I. 113; M anUMT
Aparsstk-e ailoKiDia of lnt r ds ciekmwt
Wins ga. on ato Bet.
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IGdtnian of N' 1 ork be! lift In 'pari
i m it .el a' rinillco yesterday and got
L'.sM 011 Cadau.
The Arrow Shirt label
is the mark of style and
durability its makers
depend upon its good
qualities to sell you
another shirt with the
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