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TIMELY -BITS ?F Ml
Plans To Be Laid on Monday foi
Greeting Olympic Team.
HARO ROW FOR ATHLETICS
Managei of St. Louis Browns
Suspended on Account of
War with Umpire.
Itan A.**?o?-iarion of the
; m haa it??
??- ? ?.; act :-;
? valeriana shoul
? . -. F. W.
tor a apt si meet
i.- iharp on
? ? ration to
rge L. Horlne,
. -, ilany -
I Tel 8. ?' -??aetded te
: f?r a time to t: el Ii .> c ? a
followers of the
bow full ?
Held .i n Ath
le Club, who-*' r? : reee :,;.i
?._. al*?o will
athle re 1
The Boston Red Sox. by wim.iug two
? im the- chi.ago White Sov, and
the >'. i Dgtoa Senators, by capturing a
double rituder from the St. Louis Browns,
drew further away from the Philadelphia
Atblftl?.-- in the American league pen
seat race .?esterday. The world's cham
? a hard row to hoe In lighting
their ?j'- t,i tha front, t?o fur as posi?
tion m :. rae? goe?. the*, rara much worse
off then -t the pioaant time last year,
when they were about five and a half
janit-s :t..ir.d '.he Detroit Tigers. Now
they are a full ten g_,ii>_> behind the Red
lOB, -? ? :e it a long wa> Still
to fio the fad remains that they must
trave? St a 7*JU per cent pace and win _t
ea out ol every ten games plated
? their third pennant in SIM ??_
Uto. Thia is presuming, of course, ihat
a cyclone or something of the aort dosa
not at: Ike the Ked Sox or the Senators.
Roy Reeves, sporting editor of "The
nla Public Leuger," Bays in coa.
? on the Athletics:
There is no doubt in the mine! of the
wrii.-i mat the occasionally flagrant of
? the piay ?>f the Athletl?. .**. are In?
due to the erratic work of the
, .*. "Nothing succeeds ilk?* suc?
cess." If Manager Mack's pltchera were
?rm It is our ?'irm conviction that
-? .,_ent offence and defence of tue
m would be commensurate to
of th?* pltchera Any team with
? corps of pitchers is naturally a
ition Convene v, s
-? ?.?a-i i>!**?*ds a lack el eon?
,fi?*n an Indiff?rer,''??. Sate
y. nas b"?-n practically useless.
.. of th ? Athletl? veteran
exhibited flashes of form,
one- Plank- has pitched conoiet
to the high standard sel
? ars. To the averag- fol
ti.e sport the tremendous lm
port of this fact Is rarely recognized
Statins the thought affirmatively we risk
tlon that had Coombs, Binder
and Morgan be?-n of the same us?- th'..j
? at year the. champlona would
r ? Il a to ke*p out of fourth
t would be rivalling Boston for
? dp hon'.rs. If, Indeed, not '.n first
Georp?? Stovail, manager of the Ht
_oai- Browns, was Indefinitely rraaponded
Test-? :a;.. b> President J?-?hn-on, -if t! ?
League, as a result of his
wordy war with Westervelt, the umpire
in ?**.-M.ington on Wednesday.
-san, the erstwhii*- _pltb_.ll pit- bet
of the Athletics, will not go to the Kansas
Qty club of the American Aasociatlon
He Is ?.uoted as saying yesterday:
"Aw, nlx on Kansas CHy. Think I'm
going out In the Middle West to die of
heal prostration? I guess not. It's me
Par little old Martins Ferry. I'll play
? der the big tent or won't play on an1'
The story comes from Philadelphia that
Horace Kogtl, president e.f the Phillies,
haa been offered $1?.?:?00 in cash for Kixey,
Fr_a forma? University of Virginia pitcher,
? terday held the Chicago Cubs to
? Itlxey is 6 feet ? Inches tell.
DaO| tin, former president of
th? Lincoln club of the Western League
?as fined i&f) by the National Baseball
on yesterday for violating the
l*tt?*r end s; lrlt of the national -agreement
member of that league.
The commlhsi'in said that during the In?
vestigation of tha salary claim of E. ii.
geh t tha Linroin dub evidence
was submitted which lndlcat_ that De
apaln w hile president Of the club had
: agreement to pay fiagnler, at
?it the aeaaoa of l.n. %ss> a monti
of the ?alary srtpnlat?-il by hla
?ntriict, in violari?.r< or th?*
?alary I h ?t of the WoatOTf
was adjudged InHig.
a th a national agree
?-ague in any capa ?Ity until
sf his fine through th ?
tary of the commission.
The National Commission also promul
gated a Ondlag yemerday In whlrh it di
a Chicago Cubs forward ?40
ary of the eooHBlsshia tox
? . Joseph Agier, in full aet
Hb-B? ciaba for salary. After
ISSd by Chicago t? Jersey City,
M th? I'.rnatlonal League, early in
April. r- a > '. by direction ?>f the com?
mission , ,,., ,,a<.. transferred to Atlanta.
ot the ??kii.tn.-rn league. Th" player sub
? of QM for salary and the
QMeego jnter claim of 1*0 ad
j n its service.
'Young" Jack O'Brien, a iiret
fias? box?**-, recently outpointed him,
"Young" Drown, the sensational !__t Side
., trylnK to reach
the top ,,. tbedaaa He says he ran whip
"?-**"!'? !? n laaalf or twenty-flve round
"?ut ?n?! hopee to get the ehane?? some'
***.* M'-an while Brown Is making nu?
merous engagement* with rugged .pi -
?""at* u, im] have his hands full in
?*? Oarij.n Best Me nday night, when he
J*kes. or, Willi?- Bee bar, who has beaten
?Jaaekeut" Brown Htid has a draw with
rSattltag * s credit.
Oeorge IM-frail ~n_s_agar of the Ht.
?Uul? Hrowne. Is trying ?o negotiate rt
**d* tor Hobby Well?, the ?rack aatChO.
*t th<- lere?} ot th?: ?ataras.
ttf__ league. Monty <'roras,
for .-"tovfcll, ha? offered $','?* and
t*t*\ Hoyara, In lu?) In g Jimmy Austin.
?Nae wiu? Ute ?anke**. for Welle l'rcsl-.
STRIKING PHOTOGRAPH OF KOLEHMAINEN WINNING THE 5,000
METRE HACK AT OLYMPIC GAMES.
Camera ciiii-.it hiin with both feel off the ?round, rather unusual with runners.
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Hannes Kolehmainen, of Finland, winning the tinal heat of the 5,000-metre run, in which he defeated J. Bouin,
of France, by a step in the fast time of 14 minutes 3d J-S seconds
Kolehmainen was the biggest individual winner ^t the Olympic carnes, as he won both the 5,000 and 10,000
metre runs and finished first in the 'cr?>s?-country race.
?Phot-? bv B?wta I?**? km.)
American Athletes in
I Berlin for Track Meet
Leander Crew Wins Eight
Oared Race in the
Heri,:,. July If*.-Thirteen members of
the American team arrived her? to-day to
! participate In tho athletic games which
?re to he held next Bund.ty. The athletes
ar* James E. Meredith, "Mercersburg
AearJamy; M el vln W, Sheppard. Irish
American A. C. ; Tionsid F. Upplncott.
1'rnverslty of Pennsylvanls; Te) H. Her?a,
?"orr.'jll University: P. ?" Gerhardt. Olym?
pic A. ?'.. San Francisco. Patrick J. M
l'.T.ald, Irish-American A. ?'. ; Harry ?.
Babcock. Columbia University; Mark 8.
Wright Dartmouth : Frank J. Coy'e, T'nl
v?*rsltv of Chicago, Qeorge L. H??rlne.
Inland Stanford University; J'-rvis W.
BunVeka University of Pennsylvania.
Ralph Rcse. Olympic A. '"., ??ar. Frai
co. and H. B. Enrlght, Itoston A ?:.
There if the greatest Interest among
German sportsmen at the pruspef.-t of
another meeting botWOSa Meredith and
liai.s H raun, whom the Germana contend
I would have WOO the ?tt-metre run at
Stockholm If he h?.d not he?-n boxed. H??
rlne Is determined to rem'*?** the rtaln
of ni? d"f?'at at ths Olympic gar
Stockholm. July 1?. -The Olympic re?
gatta, in which there ar?; do American
antrles, was continued hors to-day, and
the famous Eeander crew of London
ENGLAND AND THE GAMES*
London Papera Still Talking of
America's Great Showing.
Lonoon, July 19-"T?.e Tim?!" and
other, morning papers cordially Indorp-?
the Miggestlon of Hlr Arthur C??nan
I'oyle. that a single team from the whol?
Hrltish Empire be entered In the next
Olympic gainea, "seeking among Um ?>y
lun cr Malay swimmers. Indian runners
and Sikh wrestlers for possible winners"
The Stockholm correspondent of 'The
Times," referring to the controversy
arising out of England's poor showing,
pays a warm tribute tc th?j Americans'
wonderful organization and discipline, and
Their tact.? *. of SOUIM, have been l??
gitim?t?- under the rules, except for an
occasional indiscretion resulting from ex
? -Mahrs Mal, but tbotr a?Smlrabl< aaoeatloa
n.hdc Um odds heavy against foreign
i ompotltora, however Individually brill?
iant they wer? The porf?*Ct organization
of the team was extraordinarily demon?
strated j?y the arrival of seven A11?I
.uii'.ng ths tlrst doi'-n in the MJn?.
thoa. i?ut pos.-?lbly in this case discipline
. ? i-lid Itself, and calculation?- ?rers upset
by the two South Africans?.
"In any cane the Ameri'-ann, In tl??- ?on- ;
Of inil!; ?M atlih-t'-- in tl ? I
md their claqua In the galb-ry. have '
m, exhibition <f organization and
dlKlpllne of which Hrit..-t. athletes are'
a inaocent The FnKlinh tactics
?n th?- path have baoa ? ol children
veterana Everybody oon?
?erned admita that ths waj Mritish af?
faira wer.- manacad a sra fi ????" I
dent LIlUi la ? ..i.M'ieriiig the proposition.
W.-llg Ik hattlat around .340 and Is con
i oas of tffte boat catchen in th??
minor leagues. He has a great thro a Ins i
arm arxl ha I booa | laying in good luck I
? . ? ' l n I" hi "lxth in profee
si??nf?i compan?. in addition to II s
Hrowns. the White Box and the Yankees
arc Mddtoc f',r Walls The Cardinals
a|O0 hs ? SS offer for him
Thr<-<- ten-round bouts nnd two of six
La ?ah will provide plenty of enter?
tainment for tho boxlnr "fan*-" who ?to
u> th" Kalrmount Athletic ?Hub, at Third |
avenue and 187th Btreet, to-night The
bars who will clash In the ten-round
beata are Jimmy Metchen vs. Tommy
Men-en. Artie Edwards vs. "Kid" Will?
iam*? and Frank Kllleen va.% "Kid" Her?
?Willie nitchle, of San Francisco, has
r?'fused an offer to come East for a liout
with Orover Hajres In Pnlladelphla, on ac?
count of the heat Even an offer of Zi>
per ."ut of the gross receipts was not
t'harley Young, Of thla city, will croae
glove? with " Voting" Rector, of New Jer?
sey, ut llrown's Uymnaslum to-night.
The usuul fortj-two rounila of boxing
will be ueen a* th*> Ht. Nt<-holRH Mnk to?
night. In the main l?out I'lnky Bums, of
tu* Rui Hid*, will meet Battling Chuck.
England, won th* eight-oar ut:"!! raes II
defeated N?w Cellaga, Oxford, by on?
length afte- ,t stirring race In I minutes
15 7-10 seconds.
In the semi-final heat? of the Out-rigged
fours Ludwljfshafen beat Denmark b)
two and a half length? In 6 minutes '?
onds while the <-<>w representing the
Thame? Rowlnfr '?ub beat th" ( hris
tlar.la four i y a o.uart?r of a length, in T
minute? 4'?* ???conde.
In the ?'inal heat the Lridv.?Kshafin
beat the four of tl.? Thames Rowing
''lu?b by two and a half Itrigtr.* Ir 6 min?
utes &*?> ?-5 seconda.
The Leander eight enjoye?! an ?ine_
pe'ctedjy easy victory nvrr t:
Hewing Club In tie semi-final thh n. ?
Ing. While New College row?, ever.
Leander and Herl'ri eren OS * ven terms
for the first quarter of the ?jintance. ,\t
tha half the Britishers assumed tr,e- .
which they held until t?.,' ai I Tbi
ilshmen easily held the Berha ?-.ghf_
plucky spurt an! paddled heme, irli
by half a length In 6 minute? If 1-1
In the seml-nnai ?.eats of the alafia
acull?, V:irni_n. Belgium, beat Kuala.
Russia by a length in ; minutes I
onds. while Klnnear, England, beat E !?
Butler, ItoontO, by two leagtbl II 1 'nln
utes H - M ' da
In the final heat K. - Sted Velr
rnjj.n Bad odded to '?.?-at Bl
points. Tbe Bngllahman led througl
the rac and aras four lengths !n fron? at
the ilnlsh. His time was 7 mlaoteo 47 3-10
SURPASSES MEN ON LINKS
Mrs. Chilvers's Score Is So
Good That It Is Suppressed.
An amusing Incident happened
Monday at the July Invitation
tournament at Mapiewp??d. N n. Mr
William Chllvers. a well known New fork
golfer, arrived at the hotel on Hunda;. I
and entered her name in tha toon
Those in charge accepted her entry, al
though the tournament was l_dl' for
men, thinking that no woman could sur?
vive such I'ompetltlon and that lier high
?core would quick!) eliminate her.
Mr?. Chllvers rtnlshed her ?juallfylng
round with a splendid t*. defeating every
man at Maplewood and being beat? n emit
by a few college cracks, who had an
tared from Bethlehem.
When Mrs Chllvera epilet?) landed In
her card and the ? ommlttea saw their
own scores surpassed, as well as tl..: bed
of the Mapltwuod m?*n, th-re w.-\s great
?or.Hternatlon, and after mj'-ti hurrl?-d
whlapertng ? apOetal m?etlhg _t called
to i ?insider the situation.
Baolllllig the hidlrro i? poaltloa th.y
would o??, upy if th?ay posted th? n-t la
the betel ris it reallj should be the] k
rided that the only Way r?i pe? t I
ladtea chaffing them and te bold tha
hotel _(Tragen, s wIt ?.?,.. to
suppress Mr?. Chllvera - name .-??>?i ?
wbleti tiif, .tc'iT'linj-iv did.
But murder will out. for the whole
coi,,riy knowa ahoal H iksw, it snj
wants t<? create a panic emoag th?- men
they need only apeaa of th?*? new woman s
SELLECK SETS A GOLF MARK.
Stamford. Conn., July Bl-?Chester .-???!
leek mad?' a new amateur mark f?.
ntaoebole coures bl Weebura to-day in
his match with L>. T. Uoolbury foc |
July ? up ii.' ?Jld tn>? hi,, noie? In 34.]
Mr. Pelleck w.,ji the mati.h I and 2. B. le. I
BeofleU defeatei Lr j.-h Huub in the
other ?end-final match on?! ?..Ill play Hel
leck or, Saturday.
RACES FOR PARKWAY TRACK.
There* will be ten fast races on the eerd
for the third matinee of th? Interoiarough
series at the Parkway. 'Jravesend. Long
Island, track this aftern??;?
It Is expect?*?! that a number of fast
trotters and pacers owned by paslftmta Of
New Vork and Brooklyn will compete for
HERZ AND MASSEY IN DRAW.
In a hard-fought Nut, ?"harley Hera,
the Oklahoma lightweight, and Bob Maa
eev, of Hartford. r?nn., fought a
ten round draw at the Olympic Athletic
Club, of Harlem last ntght. Her. scored
t\ knockdown In the fourth round, but
the bell saved Massey. The latter, how?
ever, rallied gam.-ly and avowed mar
by sending Herx down for a nine count ?
In th?' seventh
Including the prt-O-nlnaries. th?re waf
more t_?? ?_t_ ?_u.il? -t ho.ln_?.
Dave Cfjilvie Shows Way to
"Pros" en Shawnee Links.
THREE OTHERS CLOSE UP
Smith, Nichols and McFarlane
Only One Stroke Behind
: . ?.-?'
fitr<>U'M>*i-g. 1'enn.. July 1? Wit ?
round* ?: f r US, l?av- .
of ths v rtrta ' otrat] ? o mtrj i
1 lr. the fire* half i I
? nt at the Ihawt l IBtl )
th. of Wykagyl; OU Nichols of
Wilmington, and W .-' M K.irUne, th.*
1 i ? *
In bla first opea touraamenl la Amei t
All three had I ' ' IT th.- thirty?
When N -isrt-d ?-ur this .
he f?-ii tont, so t" ?; i i never
played i as it frequenUy
too mu '. an iwledca t.* wAra?
ut all H- ?.?'.? g 77 after ml?-i-lng
' ot In b-ngth
blStead of Improving 00 this In the afier
nooTi N ? ' a* ? .t.d
a I ? ?? ? ' t th?
?- t r the shorter
inward |ourDey. Till? far? bin a ??i. a
si ? ?
His card read a? foil
< . ? t 4 4 ?I 4 4 4
i l 8 4 4 S -*? * I 4 4" ;?
4 .'. ? .. 4 .'. .". I .*. 44
lr. . 4 ? . 6 4 ?I 4 4 I?I-. . ?
Louis s ?orft-er
- I gains i"
the morning, takl*;-* ??, tut he Cot
Btaahle working later ;.;. I With a ?t **",
lahed the day among thi
The biggest gallery followed rtmlth ;?n?l
IfcParlane, who wer? partners ?hi? after?
s ?'?;. ' ' i H?? ? pr? ana - omina home the
Eastern professional ' amplon took threa
pota, whi i. amounted f? bis n Imita.
Niel i and McLood ara th? ?aeoritea,
and the] ara ezpacted t?. fight It ?.'?t for
ths hlef pria? ?< to-morrow
The ?" Orai follow:
?..'i. . -
Morris ' '? unt] 7?. SI IM
Ullberl S s Wilmington... TI h. i.-..?
Aie- Smith Wykasyl .. - 77 ?) 1.'...
?\ ? Mi 1 -.r .... ? . - .77 "Cl :.*.9
James Mllllgan, Wyoming ?a.
.77 M ISO
J?. - - . : : ' ? i?h;a
Countrj v*'. M IS3
Ju r. Pork Whit? Marsl
1.? ? .' ? . -4 M 170
Its ? 1*3 !S ?71
' M -? M IT4
Irving B. Bl user, ???? vrdi?*i M M '74
?*ewarb . ?87 17.*.
Oensi 'o lltln. Atlanta ?II SO
. -,?. - - -
Elr-ilra SB -4 ITS
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I C M) ".'. M
BIG DOG SHOVT BEGINS
Monmouth Kennel Club Annual
Fixture Opens To-day.
"tudgtns ii the reculai al 'he
annual i ti Ken?
nei club ?. LU bagln i I? o'elo :h tldi
. ? ?.n the lloll', v. ? . ? Is. Weal
N. J. T:
of ths eshib
,-. un aastrraa ?? t?al Il *e1U be
.,!.?> to He- anaual shoe of the
?Veatmlnstei Kennel Club
Tl- superintendent, Wilbur H t'urrell.
has peif.,--,! . v. ri p- Ible arrangement
for the convenience of rlallors, wie'h.r
they arrive t. ! oat or train. With Of
wlthcul riega, thej will find plenty of fa
. ..,..;. ,n ttioi to ths park. i
TO HEAD DISCIPLINARY SCHOOL.
Pr. Constantine f McOufc* has ?been
appointed supertatondanl of ths Bn
Idsriplinary Training S'hool. suereeding
? V. Wolfe, and will take up the moth
on Aafust II I*? '" ** '^" -''v- l" a
physlflan and lives at No. ?1 15th ?
For some ti?n<- past h? baa been pro?
fe??N?r of phyaiolofy and biology at St.
eg*. He has also mad? a
?f children. He .' the au?
thor- of h hoc* on physlr-il ctafture from
the phvsi.dans r<*lnt of view. H
H? (he Kings County McdlcaLB
1'he eaUrv ,.f .he superintendent s ofn>>>
is 13.000 per annum _
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE RESULTS.;
Hartford. 7. iprinfflold, 1
New Haven. '. Brtt^POIt, -? I
Ilolyoke. L. Waterbury, ? ttf innings*.
Gold Medal Winner at Dun
woodie Bows to Steams.
KEEN MATCHES THE RULE
Connolly Wins at Extra Hole by
"Sinking" a Sixty-Yard
Ttie eaaual lartta ? . if tournament
of thf Dunwoodle Country Club ora? con
i,rri v, with the first and sec
?rij rOUndl at mach play. Then' Were
? ? sixte-r.??. with beaaten etghta ir, ra-h
division. Thia brought ? tltlon
t,i the aeml-fli a] ? tage.
Tin? match that attu I , , > ief at
temtlor u,,? that - tl.er
Hamilton K. Kerr, of 1 ? -
the Held In I g
.'. end .J. N. Stesrns,
er, who re
. ? . r J-',,.x
Hllli Steal |(
nd ??m- tu plaS)
; ? I st the
iter. At the
, I, fifth hole, both drove tbe rqu
ind, thank?? to I
? hole. At
>? : drive i It a
t.1., * ? |na
? . he required
.,? the eighth
? ? kind of
u for Kerr
won th?' tenth a ?? th holts, while.
.,- -?ii. ??!>??.-nt:, ind fourteenth
Aftei the I f;e. r.iii had t.e?.ri halved
ste-arr;- had matt era pretty much hla own
. as [ ?ir foui at the rdstoonth gave
him et nlldt*nee. as well as an advantage, j
played out the bye hole, Kerr re- '
j quiring 13 to Some in against rite-arris's
j ? The card follows:
' atearns, out 4 ?-> i r, ? g 4 ?*-? 4 41
ret... I 4 4 t t t 6 4 4?41
In. ISS44444I \?B
Kerr, . ?? z o : 4 D B ?? 42 M
K. .'. Id, Jr., of Wee Bum, .'inured
: ? \rra hole matehaa In tue morn?
ing he took Bj ;. Bowera, of
Broohlawn, to the r inet??.?nth hole and
won hla match whei Bowera got into the
11 -.? r on hla * and found nls
li an unplayable lie. i
? .?? afternoon the \\>,. Burn player 1
ad ? onnoUy t?. tha nineteenth green
? ' '? .tel Bcofleld was on
the gr-een, twelve feet from the ho!.? In .
While Connolly's .Irlv? rame to rest Just
ker in front of the grt* '
TI e Hochland youth promr,?tl\ holed the
la shot, his bail lamllng clos? to the
- ?i running In. tt la estimated
thl? sensational shot was fully sixty
, ; long.
In Um third, fourth and fifth wixt-er.s
the r ,- pie) was on a handicap basis.
?at I '? I Ii ml Oleo Rids? *
rook em 1 up (IB
v Martin, Kka\an..k. t_a? d I
1 s .?*.,. .? 2 ip ,,t: 1 1 to r, : 1 , t M
2 _s ?:?j 1 11 ?,_? n -??a-??, aa,
.: ? ? ? ? .
:?. K-rr. ?.
., ? ?, . :< Clark* DunireMdi? s up ar.d t>
it O U
ip end 4 te pla I
?* * ?at A. R. 81 Han I, ? 'nk
Ip _r.,| 1 to ;
? '. ; u??
in I.,,,-? Marl
I, 2 up rind 1 r-, ,
- ? I te play; '
? ind 2 to pis
:<*r?ult. yuln ?>? ',<??(
? ..ii.. beat Car
I41 ? ;.ait->^r.
? , 1 ; ley
Dun? - ' . ? ??. ?j
and 6 to pla M. u 1 sari I
?. ? ? , .* sat a
? 1 Olemaey, Plainfl?ld,
beat 1' K Olli
< . D lie. 7 up
I ' Malllefett, . ?
le ? V r!. Oolf 1 tul . 1 up (Hi
M M? smi !'ur,wo'?ll?. be?'.
net Fear, beat HUaon, B up and 4
in p:?) 1 , .? r-t- lor. 1 up
. 'ran* 1 .- ? ; I to 1 ??? M
v- SI ?f _i ? .
iitt? en '.r?*.
?"??-??s t",? Arllng ?,. .?fault; Bteveneon i?.-.
.a .?> M l??u?sl t*-t
... up ar. ] 1
TM1.1 sliteem ,flr?.' t I ltt?*ns;al.
??? ? *i . i Oolf ill), teat T F We
fl4), 1 op It
I JaiKlr?-".? a. Kumt-..,!> ??. I
end 4 to pi. v N rth, 1 > ir ? lie heat |
W n Rlai ' S .' up an I :
.112), txiat A.
; ? ? ?? .. : -, j p. 1 ?'
?l>,. t-?a' r
.1 - Phillips aiwanoy
14). 2 up o.,,l
? W Daytoi St. Andi iws ?
R T. Ma-sl to. 1 up; 2. 1
?? ? D. beat A. H. Johnson.
?.:?l 2 up and
i> _?r, 4 u?, sa l I ???>
beret Up?, .: it? ar-d 1 :o piay:
? ton .', ui -nt 4 '?
rea - 1 ip; Bland) ' sei
Roberta teat :'?'..*. - a
end 1 ?n I * t Man I up an!
sal '- n Klnasley .-? An
.!i?a, im 1 up; T. R. inwoodl* ?t?'
teat 1? m Phlllii. ??*?
? M Fluslilns .11 ?. te
'.'. i.- - - HO) - up; ?v *?\
H v . 11 a. ,di- .:.. tea rvharp?.
? 14? 1 UB I
a II.. ,? \. ? 1 ?
Fox Hill i' -' up; 0 W F%
M.int.a.'t... :? 1 M K?
i and t 1 ptal ? ?'. M
1. f|. "Carman, Plainh-ld
11), T ui H. II. For?!
v ? . .
? -ris. B up an.) 4 te
1 ui ??.I 2
? ?. ,-?- stxteMn 'irsr remnel)
Kinssle . ,- it- ( up su,) . r?) play; ,
Jchsrt*. 1 up, I'?! ? *? ,v
, , l*at Haines
fault. . _
Fifth -,irt???ii (Brs round! *>' m iimm?--. ;
Ne? V.r.. i ?" ? teal )? ?ward Wo l?>,
l?? lili!? |10), I Up I ? . jS. *?..???", I
:-.|,| Wee fen ? beet Donald ? arr. N>r i.
, 2 up and 1
.,,. beat J * ''? '?'? "?, Yoiintaknh
- Dunwoodle (MJ, beet '? |
|.v_';i j' ,|?i, 4 up :.n,l 3 ?o Pisy;
v. h ?-?i |we II. l? mwi ,iii? (11) ' *??? ?
inilttt, '.- ' 4 up and 8 to :
..... us), teat ?? ?. Tmllmen. I
beat .1 J 1 h-iinpson,
141 ? ui and ?'. ? i". . W T. Brey.
,. ,)!,, l,.:i? V 1?. I_aatr*nce. Arlsley
i n.tuniy l?*at hVofleld. 4 up
Sad ? to play: Ayllns teat T??nni?r. 2 up; Am?.
beet ralefwell, 2 up aad i to pley; ?ray beeil
Welling *-' "P ?n'1 * "' l'Uv _ . ,.__
l_ii?n ?Isnl nt' alxteteo (first r?,??nd>--oarr
i_atW_ I btof Willlas beat
1'vall 1?) UP and I M l-O Ml Tall
man. 4 up and .1 ? I'U/i Kompaaa beet l_w
rrnre, hy ,|?>faull _
ROSEDALE ELETBN SURPRISED.
T'hlladelp; la. Jul> 1?.-The R..-.?.'.">.'.??
i'rleket ?'lub va.? all out for 104 In the!
ftrst InnliiKS an?l the All-Phllnd.li?hla
playera had scored :*_> runs for a los? nil
six wl.'lceia wh??n stumiis were drawn for.
the da> In the ?lnul match here of th? ;
r_tiadlan tMrlst. which hegan to-day at I
Furni'ss atnl Bottoaaley made strong
stand?. f_r the Philadelphia team, the
former ??'..ring 94 uikI the latter 63 U
f,?ri' ttiey were retired. \N'allac?'. with a
letal of B ??aa ?_e ieigheat scorer for
?HIGH PRAISE FOR M'GRAW
! John T. Brush Sends Manager
j of Oiants His Congratulations.
Pittsburgh. July I!*.?John J. HeOffgW,
' of the New York fJHaata, wan the gUOBt
of honor to-night at a dinner to celebrate
hiy tenth year as manager of the New
York (Hants. During the evening he re?
ceived scores of telegram?? of congratula?
tion from all parts of the country, among
them being the following from John T.
Brush, president of the New Vork club:
"So rapidly have they passed, my dear
John, they seem short as any dream,
but brief as the years have seemed each
one of them has added fame ami luatr??
to pour tame. A history of the develop?
ment during the last decade of the great?
est sport the **?*orId has ever known must
place your name among those which will
?'.v.- so long aa the game endures. Mv
ration for you !n the beginning has
grown to ?ove, because of POUT honor.
loyalty, genius <?nd Indomitable deter?
mination to BUCOeed. T congratulate jrou
upon the record you have mad?-, and hop?
your fuf'ire may always be with the
I ??H.I!' -
PRAIRIE FIRE ON DRIVE
Patrons at Claremont Inn Near?
ly Routed by Smoke.
Harlem was visited by a g>r. :ln?. orairl"
lerda*/, With th.- whirling clouds
of Kuiok". the leaping, snakelike names
und nil the other trimmings ?if the real
atilde. Ueyund s'-orchlng the eteep r id-s
of Riverside Dries, near ??rant's Tointi
ng discomfort to two hundre?l
emont, at Riverside
?Mtv.? and '?27il street, tiie Are did no .lam
The bluze whs first noticed when per
?d'.ung '"i tho veranda ..f the ' 'in: ??
moni were covered v,,?!i denae ?louds of
???? WhlCh Seemed to be blowing ov?-r
the hill from the Hudson. Then the word
went forth that 'the prulrie s afire:" and
things began to happen.
R. H. (iushee, proprietor of the inn. j
g that he was In danger of !o?lne j
all his patrons, sent down Into the kitci.en
for help. A moment later the cook, th?
Chef, the underchefs. the bottle-washers
and kitchen mechanics poured for*h, !
armed with frying pans, broiling lrone.
mops and dish rags. These they began to !
wield with a vim, raising almost as *nu*h
dust as there had been smoke before. |
They were aided by several patrolmen
from th?< West IXth street station. And !
yet the Are burned.
Then it was decided to summon the es
-Iftance of the fln-men. and Engine dm- |
pony 3T. with Captain Cummlngs In the
van. appeared. The ho*e lines were strung |
??.long over the drive for three blocks and '
?arrled over the park wall, and after the
water had been turned on the fire had
short shrift. I
GIRL MAY SAVE ADMIRER
Rose Tunik Sought as Witness in
Wife Slaying Case.
Alexander Mayper. of counsel for Mau
M. Lustig, who is in tho Tombs
awaiting his second trial for th?d mnrder
"f his wife, said yesterday that Roue
Tunlk, the young woman with whom
L-UBtig was said to be infatuated, was In
\.its Vork ar.d that h? hoped to produce
her at the trial.
A dispatch from Denver last week stated
that Kos.? Tunlk had married and wa?
living trier?. Mr. Mayper said she had
been in New York for at least eight
months and. so far as he knew, had not
At th? time of Lustig's first trial she
ha?l Kone to Colorado for bor health, and
it was said her lif?' would be endangered
ihotlld she return to sea level. j
H RACES IN D?
Long Card at Last Day of
Grand Circuit Meeting.
DUDIE ARCHDALE A WINNER
Trots Fast Mile to Beat Bill?
Burke in Straight Heatl
Kaiamaioj. Mich, July ir-.-Th" tUfai
day of the Grand Circuit meet here Wll
characterised by Its long card of afeOO
races and the difficulty experienced Ml
nearly every heat In getting the starten
away. As a resuit the last he.it waa
raced when It was almost too dark te OSO
'genas the Held.
Dorsh Medium won first mon?y in the
2:'24 trot, Whlcn -.a? carried pear from
yesterday, having the be?,t ?-tanking after
five hotlv contested htats. In *.*/hlch
n??ne of fin ten stait.-rs was a >le to U*k)
I'udie Anhdal? w??n the fr?e-*or-ell
trot In straight heats, but had to tret
the faMest mile of the year??-?*1,?to
beat Billy Burke In the first beat. The
finish In this round was so clo*-e that
only the Judges could decide the winner.
Vernon McKltmey, favorite in the free
for-nll ps''**. lost the first heat, but took
the n?-x* two with ease. Sir R. won the
first heat, and was looked upon as a
dangerous opponent for Vernon M Kln
r.ey In the,second, but he was frightened
by a horse which broke from lt.? haltet*
in th? Held and ran onto the tru k.
The mishap cauaad Wr R. to !?reak uadly
and h" was distanced.
Dictator Todd was In a class by him?
self In the 2:l? trot. He took the ??vent In
straight heats. Ruth McGregor was an
The summaries follow:
TROTTINA?2 S* CLASS- PFRSF. |!.0OS?
TIEST THREE IN PITS.
Dor?h Medium, blk. m., by Red
Medium ">?*rs;.3 3 1 1 1
Wayside, b. h. (J, Benyon). S fl fi 1 S
Marlon K . b. m. 'Murphy).6 3 2 14
Haron Todd, br. h. (Mcrvinsldl.. 8 7. * S S
Heien H <*onnor. b m. ?Floyd). 4 8 7 S 8
Mary C, . br m. <Cox). 2 1 J Tdl?
Thlstls Donne, b. h. f?hank).... 1 2 4 MM
Mount Hurst, b. g. (Shntt).J ? ? lit
lien Kelly, b. g. (Jam-si.7 ?il?
May <)r*::ar.. b. m iHra.lj). .11?
Tlm?. .Ml?,, 8:11%, 2:11V. 2 14V,. 2:1IH.
ntOTTDia KREE FOR AU*?PI'RSE.
|l.'?flO--FlEST TWO IN THREE
Du?*!e Archdale, blk. m., by Ar^Mate
(Geera) . 1 1
Billy Hurk-, br. h ?M - Dorai?!?. 2
Nancy R<>y<-e. blk. m 'M<"~artriy>.S S
t'our.try Jay. eh. g. (R. Macey?.4 4
Ootd !x-.!!?r. , h g. iMireyi. . dis
Hrace Girdle, b m. iMcMahon?.Ils
Time. 9M%, t*SS%.
rACIN'J?FREE F'*R ALL- l't'RSE. |1,?00?
BEST TWO IN threi:
Verr.on M'K'.nney, I? h , by 'juy Me -
Klnney i James) . ?5 1 1
Don r-nimore, b. h ?Parker?. 2 2 3
Evel-r. W., b. m. ??hanksl. t 3 3
Marry Widow, b. m McMahoni. 4 4 4
?lr R.. b. g (Murphy).1 ?lia
Tim?. 2:06?%. 2:<"?5'-?. 2.04*4.
TROTTIN' 2 l? CLASS PURSE, 12.06??
r?EST TOREK IN FIVE.
rMetitor Todd. !.lk. h.. by TU*M
i Murphy? _ . 1 1 1
Ruth JlcOfseor, -h m. 'Mrivnaidi_2 2 2
Mike As-an. b t (Shanks) . 4 ."?
Mm C???ldy. b. m. 'Sar..ters>.S 4 i
Arona MeKInaey, b'k. m (fJei,.
lohr.nle M-"*lum. b. s ?H : l?on). M ?; S
S-ellf rolb??rt, b. in. (Pblveiy). S dis
r.l.a Todd, I r. m 'I?-ar.i . 7 dis
Lord Ouyton. b. h. ?Xesblt?'.?Ils
Time, 2:1"V v nui?. 2 ??'.
PA?"lN't-2.11 CLASS TORSE. ?1.0O
THREB |M FIVi:
Te^rire W. Newton, br. h., by
Lockhsrt ?Parker? . 1 1 2 2 2
v,:?ie Heil, b m. fMun hyl - 7 ?J 1 1 S
Las?is Lai, h m iM<-Mahom? ?? 7 :* .t l
Ms-.s-le'.J b. h (Cos).. . .2 '.* ?*> 4 4
Ideal, b. g ?Rayi. 4 I ' S 5
H.iu.l <t . b ?'? 'Sh!vti}->. 3 5 4 -""Us
i'i'i \SOg, 'h h. .Fier-Un?..B 4 dis
Ttme, lrSS-4, 2 ou:?. .* <?*??.. IrSS, I ttl??
The Opposing Forcea Fought Like Demons?Over
the Intrenchments They Shot, Stabbed and
Slashed at Each Other with
the Fury of Fiends.
The pity ot it all waa manifested by the shocking scene on that battle?
field the next day. ThU hitherto quiet spot of earth was devastated and
covered with the slain, weltering in their own blood.
Men in hundreds, killed and wounded together, were piled in hideous
heaps?some bodies, which had lain for houra under the fire of battle,
being perforated with wounds. The writhing of the wounded beneath the
dead moved these masses at times; while often a lifted arm or quivering
limb told of the horrible agony which the owner suffered.
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