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NKW-VUHK, SUNDAY, MARCH J-', 1014.
PART II. EIGHT PASES.
WITH lYI'GRAW IN
COMMAND, GIANTS
DEFEAT DALLAS
Team Displays Mid-Season
Form with Bats, and
Pitchers Go Well.
DOYLE AND MERKLE
O?T CIRCUIT DRIVES
Responsible Between Them
for Six of the Ten
Runs Scored.
WORDY TUT ON FIELD
New York Manager and the Um?
pire Swap Opinions of Each
Other During Game.
? ?
. T< ? March SI Bom? f th? ?-?
?h?t as " ed by Mike Doi n'a
P tch?rp In Marl s wee? were reli ased
hre big bunches to-d.-" . -.vie; m.-.
Chaw s n th the mai
ding, won their first el?
? -v of thi i" ? lO? ??' ??'?:. ns.? of the
re wa K> to 1.
ted all of their t..
?to r g ....
le dire tly Ira ed to 1 royle ai d M<
vho produced h' me runs, ?in both ?
ajoi 1 era 01 I le bases
?ra were struck
la led the attack on Pit er Sti ? 1
am] run, a triple and ? sti -
Do? le mad? gle during the tir
run In
I be event 1 ftl roti
f thi me not told in the
1 lively tilt between M< -
..- ' pire 1)
I,re railed Jim Thoi t first
\ throw from Hai
ral i ?se, but Dunlap ?Je
out and srouaed t1 ?? In of
He bega
?f a'l a??? some otlitr decisions of
been umplrli g ti ese
? \ .-r since t)i" i liant tx gan
??? trs Tei is.
inge of left-handed com?
plin ? game was r< sum? d ai d Mc
Gras ? ??' r< d to the bi nch
?. t ordei ed ? " th?
gall
? cr killed the att
usibie for so ?? ? ? the lleldlng
. . . .
..f Marqusrd and Froi
? a ? m walk, d or nil ;i batsman
Bttween tl.em the; truck of the
Tea ted I
It would have tx 11 I for .1
' two ei ' ? hits in the
"
. St? ? icored M
g with the .
Icklj wiped oui
- . ? e bat
I and
: . ? ?
erroi irna a
three 1 ? ? ? I "
1 . ? ? two
en M? rkle bumpi I a
t field f< e tin
n the 1 ''th, but
flftl ; ? ;
0 far
ead 1
? It the bases ? Ith hi?
?
. ??'. ?
Strobel did a
-1 81 ott, .m Ind
1 ? ed the garni He limited
1
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.1 back aa fast as
t bal Fromme dl 1 the
aune In 1 ? ? and seventh. In the
eight Dallas threatened to
? ?' 1 Fi rked ei ough
? m. . -
??
ould i."t
. two "H
? . ? iklni
i and
Tl ? i? am
til Mond
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Princeton Sees Cubs Swim.
? " ' ? ' ' Tl -
'"'' hers t
,,,*''' ? ' II. I
of 4:
? ...m
s/hil? A E
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Snowstorm Prevents Game.
......
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!.._' thern
^^???t teat'..
I,
j Feds Have Spent
$2,500,000 to Date
( idea*... March -i?The rsdeeal
i ragwe already ims ppsnal $SJS?$J?Ut in
it?. ? umpiilKn. aeenrilini; lu Heure? Riven
? .?it In SSI) l..\ I'rexillenl l.ilnmre I he
expenditures im lud ' rental nf grosnsds,
IBMRBej spearf for Btands and Iniild'nu- und
advance ?alarles t<> pin>er?.
?rgardhag reparta from the Kn*t la
da* thnl l..i\ ,i nur ler.rr luid (.aid the
Nattaaal l'iutue -re-sM oner ssimi.ikmi to
? luirle? P. Tafl f.? Ids llsldlBga in the
rMeavs ? luh. h ?ras suhl *hnt the Cea
aery-Spiegel ayadleate "a-- fevered sa the
future nw hit of Hie i luh should Hie deal
cm Ihretsgb.
WARNING FROM ROBINSON
Will Invoke Law if Necessary
to Protect Superbas.
? s-;,. i ;;, Man !: -1 The <;...- sr. ?
tract labor law will he invoked 'i Fed
eral League agents attempt to open nego?
tiations with Hmoklyn playera
r was made at the
training ramp of the Superbas here to?
day by w 11 ? rt Rol tot when told of th"
pr?s. ? '., -, n <d Harrj C. < leaalei.
manager of the Pittsburgh Federal
Gessler yesterdaj was served with an
Injunction restraining him from approacl
ii'K an) playei undei i ontract vv ith th<
i ? n Braves in training al M
"If any attempl li made by Gessler to
negotiate with ant Brooklyn playemunder
contract I ahall employ the same methods
us< : ? ? h- Stalltnga, of the B I
Nationals.' asid Robl
JOE JEANNETTE
WINS BOUT ABROAD
Larns Decision Over Georges
Carpentier After 15 Rounds of
Fast Boxing in France.
Hans, March 21.?Joe Jeannette the
Amerk-aii heavywelghi pugilist, won the
decision over Geo get Carpentier, th?
French champion, 01 poinl !n a slash?
ing fifteen-round bout here to-night.
The battle took place al Luna Park,
which was crowded with nun, soin, ol
a bom paid OE for a< I -
lid tO 1" over
J
.i. inetti had th< advantage al th? etart
of the contest, and In the earl) rounds,
which were marked by continuous Infight?
ing, ''art i ntli r : -it u i a ,;' i def? n e, and
several of thi rounds ended In his favor.
The American, who had a trifle more
weigh! than his opponent, landed heavilj
. ..-. rinc
?hman, nnd ppeai ed al the
end of th? fight thai Jeanette had been
i-e the referee gatr lii'1"
the
The fai efforta of ' pel
who L* th< Idol of French iportsmena
I then i ppoinl mi nl ov er
his- |!. ?
!"? ? ?? Lmei ?can negi .
' l le " as I .i i.i been box
lie baa long had
? ? ? vv. 'c i . ha?
and with i he posait ?? ex ? ; Ion of
Jack Johnson's
? val He hai met
and has w m ? .?.
r him on
leai met l best mei n the
? asa with gri lie
ons to Johi son, Lani
! Mi Vi v' and "8and: ? bul
defe,,'. ,| .. ' with I ? ? ol the
? ? hamplon al one timi o ai othi r
11 ? ? ? ory over II I mpion
la no surprise to tl ? >?? nthui i*tu
i ? - hea' v -v eight
? ? i. . beei
ixers Both
Papki
of twenl
CHAPPELL IN HOSPITAL
White Sox Fielder Buffering
from Blood Poisoning in Foot.
Oakland, Cal., March ' Lan*] Chap*
j pell, al * outfl? Id* ? of f e n .< ago White
' Box, has been in a aanatorlum here since
Mondsy, suffering fron ni.I poison
Ing While still In a a? rloui co
is reported to be Improving.
Chappell broke In s pair of nevv |] , ^
in t ? - ? j ' n I the Ban Frai
' ? I .!.. :.d ? '
the akin off ins lefl foot. 1 I ? bi
r,. ; m< ? ted temia de* ? lopi d.
ENGLAND WINS AT RUGBY
! Defeats Scotland in Final Game
for International Title.
Bcotl md, March 21 Tin
to-daj won the interna
Rui fool
i f?al . i ? Scott ?? ..m hy II i ;'
COVEY REGAINS HIS
FORM ON COURTS
With Hon. Neville l.ytton Lasily
Defeats Jay (ionld and
VV. M. I. Huhn.
legr i pa to Tl
T'h Man 'i M 1 '?> lion Se
villa Lytton and .rgi Covey, the pro*
irt amplon, to-day
?? d vv il T Huhn and Jaj Oould
? h ? at the H icqui t Club
it waa *.. ei usivi thai practical!) ? ;
detalla of the match wer? refused be
? . :iihi-rs of th< Racquet ? lui did
- ? ? . it.,- Oould
sported
Tin Hrll ? ? ? defeated ; ? \ ? ?
item si piona two sets out ?f three,
. . ? . ., :
?? < ..f
teh dec?an foi 'he
this COU i
i . hii employer, Lytton
,m<
.la i. . ? lid not play up
in f.,i h, n prubabl wa i the best i al
ed i ? ' evi.n I ourt of thi
tub
. ? ged hi
? i .. ||| <.r thi ' I ? ?? Knglish?
-ni aid to .I raurl ol
?.I | Mr ' lOUld di fl i?' d
f,,, th, a ni id i ' ha rnp onal ip ?
ley.
THE DAYS OF REAL SPORT
WACO HOLDS GIAN1
TO AN EVEN SCO!
Matty and Rest of Donli
Team Show Effects o
Cold Weather.
Waco, Tex Marrii J! ?Mike Doultn
i his dh Ision of ? llanta were not ?bl
|tnke -i War,, icatp this afternoon.
did fight their iphlll wa? to a
? The acore was :. to :,. and thi t after It
one tl ne I ?d i.-.k. n .. ;? ad "f
It was ' slugging soiree snd
s well played battle. CoM weather, ar]
pixel ers from spi. dint iq .
a. t. .| m the hea> boml ardmenl
The v... .,. Navigators !
m ich - ? ? ? I Big fen? i ,i the
over the plate, and the home folk.-- th
: it '?? various un] i ????? ted localltii a T
? d on him for three singles, a I
- ? ' ? n the first Inn
? The) relocated him in the fifth, this
ting o two
e first threi
j for v. ... o, wa the t eflfi tlve of
j the ta n ii ra, bul the other two a
? i ' arm stly '<? the Giants. Mur
best batti r, with three sink;
i and he pn v< nt< d defeat In the nil
a m ?n oui ?1
? ? ' all rl< Thal II row sa1
B< hui . ? .- .. ? ? ?
, T< aas sluggers
j Th.- Glanl over with three t
lie In the sixth, on lots b) Grant Bti
and McLean, a base on balls and i
I batsman. Thej lied the score In I
I eighth, ..n an error, another Ml batana
? -? ? ,.- ? 'I 1'.. >h< r N"itl
i i? acored In proporLoi, t.? Its hits, ?
' fell down on more than one *?
? ? ook ior runs.
i The s. in
NETO Y "Ilk (VACO
I
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(Jrant, ?..61
M ra . ?' ?? 0 tlk< n I 1 2 o
n. lb. SO S12 0 0 tl I ! 1
I ... If., I 'l '.i M ilmqul ? 13?
l 1 1 4 1 U. hlet- n.lb a 1 11?
i ? i ,?... '. : i
m. i/ .-.. ? (0 l . blow,
I ,
Ma nn.pt 0 0 0 ? i ? I I
? Dr.nl 10 0
u, p o i ,, ,.- ? , |?| I 0 0 0
IS 11 Totals i
I ?Batted for Mat ewaon i the al si
for Joel the i
New Tork . I I I I I
I ... ,i i i ? ? ft
First base on error? New Ti < I; vv*-.>.
Lrfi on base? New fork, I0? Waeo, in vlf
basa ' " "i. ?t, |; i
? ??.a. I: I
? i < : b) \ ' ?'. ? i Hon
run?M . her. Twi
It - ".,: ? ?an
lnf, M
v. mqulst and Wol Ii
Passed
:? ? Hit 11 i Itehei
, ?.ah? - Hits Ort Mai
nnlnai I ipp, < In 4 Ii
Ogle, t m I ii Jost 1 In 3 Inn? ??
* - aga ' "i <?Spen si
-i :?3
a
GUNNERS OUT IN FORCE
L. F. Massa Captures Thr-3?
Prizes at Crescent Traps.
i There was a decided picking up In thi
? .,-?. . at th? Bay Ridge traps of tin
!. r. . ? t ?thletir Club yeaterday. Ter
?. ?. .. the III Ing Uns, Inctudlni
iii n Stevens, tiie professional, who wai
! gUn . ? ? ? ? St? v. ns WS?
j not a member the prises ?II went to !.. F
??gasa ? o finished ?< rend
v , ., t< ok ' ? t.ii>? home trophj ? Ith
n ..... . loo taget the prsst
,], i.t's . !up, ? Ith ?' ' .i"' of ?2 out of C't
UrgeU, snd the stake trophy, with B ? it
..f : b
The snnusl - hoot foi *'?? el ai
,,f thi ' lub win >"? de.'i.i.'i nexl Bal
Tii? o?
Take Home Tl OS targe'?
j| j i h ? ? ? ? - t ? ' ' "11 ? ? ?
i | Blorka ? - v Herts
r a, i ulta fis??, aft; ' ? Btnsl I
i, me kl n" "?? "? I ' ? '"?
I -. V,rK.?,,r 11*|
(.'residents i u> ? ??' targets; tuti'ii a?v?h.
The Gotham Weekly Gazette
. v* \- /" \t \ l>/ It ...j 101 1 Published Every Sunday
Vol.X. No.'?. Gotham, N. Y. County, MARC H 22,1914. moa, see***
THE GOTHAM GAZETTE,
"Genial. Giltter'.ne; aad hor
gOOUS."
1 rankiin P. Adams, Editor
Advert?alos rate, 13 aa agst?
.
Publication oTle?. IM .\"as?au St..
i let ham.
| Motto: "Hew to the line, let
i the chips fall where
? they may."
WE ARE h.:rf to stay.
Bverj fen/ dnyi rumors
, reach mir ears gbonl we
! iiaviriL.' iii-ii Um property
where the Bun, n dalle
newspaper v\hi-!i <?i"' Mal?
Ion nui s.'iah Clark ?nd
Bill li vv in ?uni Sam Adama
! and Jesse vVms. ami Huh
?grd .'ni'1 Al Tbomgs used
? to b" on. ?^ published. We
w i h to brand tin? rumors si
unqualified fslsehoodg.
Thi. tiv/prrr lias ju^r
boon Installed in rlno Deng
1+s. We mo well ggtlsfl?d
god harte not tlio slicrhtfst
Intention *>f pnjctagbig an
otber alts ftw tho pvbUcg*
tion of this pallsdlnm of
liberty, if the profita of
this paper wnrranl it ami
tho Indications are thai they
will, ooradvertising Increas
1 ins: weekly vv.> might buy
the ground n. tu I hgre ? ten?
nis court i?nt op there, that
, . ,
, striking tu aa an Ideal place
for samo, it being so near
\ the office.
For ail lime thou, thi
I Oazetti ? 111 continue to be
! published ar im LVggggu
? Street For nil time ?re
shall continue to print the
i news, tu comment fearlessly
upon marten end lo print
j ail the advertising that boa
i est ]H'<i[>ii> want to i;ivo us.
Now, while the subject is
i at band, la a lino time lo
subscribe. Only |2J0 i year,
srlth the N. v. Bunday Trib*
; uno thru m in.
T-* the H'litor of the Oasette,
Sir:
Art Onltcrman ia going
nro-inil this town carrying an
Old mu'ltiy eane-5eate.l sam
pla-casa that is a dtagra a
a rai a .shame. The han.lles he
hn? tier! up with strinc
j Bhossld nor ? ant<eaaiful poet
I like he Is have mure renard*
r..r the profeaartoB of letti i -
? thai) to bt ages like that &
hnn? lu afbeeoald p of i
Into m --rep-re
GILBERT THORKELAY
it >>, ? ? v ,i, 44 ]. y \ll-u r
M v s ti.
\v nawktns ? ?? >" ?; mai
i ? i I t s
-, i ? ? is T. at gehi
I - N?rna*..ti i
-?.*.. 1: ii 28 tarset*: hHtidt-i
? ? .o a i.i \la?s.i (S), S3
it), aj; J sthuiu ??). z2j a
i ?-t rj -." i :r rberi ..-i.
I ;? K lorl
j...... . i ?
Local News
WESTCHESTER
WHISPERINGS.
I .Ota ?of news arouml this
busy Ic.rt: this wk.
' r-j" t annus ? I?
... ? leer remen'?
I. ? I ?? si., Julv
lien Carhart
from Palm B< acl
?aa i last un 'tith
this
I f ycni t?iink
i-::'t the best
in ton n .1 -1. v
Bob Collier.
home
?here lie
some of
'ill lfAZF.TTI
am
?iiicflnnn
Brill or
Moi . ? .
genial i ? .
?;? . itei
handing around thi .Mick. .
ai d bal } girl doing
' ?
? that Bill '!
UcAdoo of In
? Wils.' \\
ton. I '. ' ' . 11 ?latlii '
gaged, ten Bill
our i ? as yel
-
VI
Ii 'i ?. '.'.' ? ? a ?
of Rye und .1 u I? Mitel ell of
Mo m Vernon ave gol
? ?? ? i Man y
oui the billets,
lia to I
Mel Beltshoovi
f gton again
? ?
? ? ?
v. Law, I Ji of
?
blymui ? ? ? anka of
your ' sgrl
.:? highly
.
-
w hit? I first In line
', ....
this yr.. so .la
? ?
-?? ?? irv evening
car- have t" rtiri so slow we pastlm? wai - search
? I. mand. 'I hey just creep
i " - ? ii it - "ti tin- Stock
Ex. wen : I rhurs al
$50,000 each which is sup
posed to be cheap but it
looks like quite a sum to u-.
1 r auf!,!:.'! Kli e M I
aras a pleasant
i me day la i bul ?? <?
? d in * ? 'ii c again,
< -runt, is our sentii
Charley M irse got ba< k
from a trip abroa ! Tliurs
looking fii ' l; CI ?? '? ? ' a
?hav< 'I off his mu I
Iule Hawthorne
good the e da) ? I
Brooklyn Bit?.
Pre I Krackt s th nldng of
putting a to i on i "' the
bridges that fi m ..ur
town to Gotham
Fe '?".''. mad? his will this
wk W'e wondei
. ; \ / ; - ? . , ? -,
;.. knoa ho? a ? dispos? 1 of
.. ir wealth, i t<
i.. i ter i ellos e i ? use
b \e Bklyn coi will calll
i for our am tal allot
next
? ' ir thanka in adt mi e,
Hex.
Been ? leaning
. omm'r don i subscribe to The
... ...
? Union .-. Hi
. i
....
?
Si Patrick
qule) h< ? ? ? thou! anj
> co a? i . ? brill
lam. grei it we 1
luai wk., tho tried to
before
ao we could ? ?
-
New Rochelle Nubbins.
Win
dn tlic Brosdwav
along .it night even when
there is no car ahead of
anything.
Burl H h c- 'he popular
snd talented1 travel
v.a<- nntted in mati
yesterday to Miss Mai
Oliver of he
EETTg ?rishes
and h ni. 1
1111 < ; v
-, ? ' ."; ? ? ,,-lfa
Ale\ Smith i'och.rin "f
g i nava hia
idy on Ma)
S to Ir) f< efendlng l he
nd your
a ' h'.fior
v. ? ?
\.,t : ui reai DOS I : -
'
Maxob H ?
the v. c
Boeton Bita.
Ml Mie boys at New i la
teem to like W. If. Tafi
if ?. !in.1 Vale ele?
gant. W. 11 was "ttr ' a* -
o f t h e U. S.
-. snd served oui
full term.
Evctybodj i t? ?
look at tlie pile if silver $
in the a indi iw don nsi lirs.
The money is owned by * e
M. V. Tribune, but ?I -? ems ^
like a paper with all that ,
ougl ? t advertise in
I HE ltiZETl1
? . Jim Hem? i -
the | l
'
? , " l'ai
tl . Hub iBosI ? Pn -
.;. SB
.i ? (Silent) 1
. \ ran to Mon
? at'n da]
the w k.
.. was a
com'g
ii? t a? kn?
?1J kfi?'Wi; he was till h'S
sot in a |
? ? gel ? ? ? ? :
-
Wall
A *
? ire? Gar. new?
? .
? ear the
. ? has
t
.
i ; .' ? ; I.., ..-I.
Un ? % ? N i: Ptg <<t
' ? ? . '
? ?d Burt Hendrick, wire?
to Go ' f.ill
win thi : - I sat
.
sa th? slush ? '?
I the ill hi fan-:
tasi rrlppei ? wir< Mrs.
Cast to thai
? - ?
. ?? S300.<no da I, H
like
? ri Hank Si?
\ ?
tea-i
tures S
Mar bu
dons 1
the ot
ter i ?? that do
'.
trn joint
? Is
? '
?.
- fa. wai print? ? thi week
before.*
? .\T-t .1 Bob ;- the new
prill peat tlni
piece? il Boh takes
ln< le-tall
IRALDA.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Rex Bea e rated
ten;,i- playci and sv ii
is thii kini .
wk -ly t ? span? r
Jersey. Well, an ct?. Rex,
is all we got in say. also
any runter- we
just ask os.
W'c ha?e aw
of writing The Gazi i n
t1 typen ritei We have
mighty little bent '
me? banica and i.i? r p
ami ever-. tilTlt
foes wri ? g with thi
chine, whicn is prett- ? ?
we h n e t? -? nd for thi
wrecking res in ; it de
; in US ' ISt like
anything does which is
short ? ; ? ? lion.
M V AI .
RETIRKD, repon ?ve,
? . ? ? -,
. a ' igl v.-.-.?
ita \ ' , HT
? -1 -
? go to '? ? ..??!? i.
Brighton i ghtei
' ? ?
"' M ghlii
? .
r Gotham nee s
i .
-Flotx B*klyn
? . go
? ; ' - 1 . . ... ? -:
? Men. C?a Bk'g
a'g '..:._
.
-i m.. ? are, Lou.
? to ?iit up the
efore itt g ? il on
. . ? s ?
Kl'l'IE.
' .
I It I M I ICWKI IN I I
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\.i Mt Vernon. S* Y.
'
- ? m Border, by
- ? ?il -
I I Kir?
U
.
i gr?
- lit? ?? ?'.
in?
?dr r frtendi <
iev ti ,.? "?>et the Habit.''
BRILL
BROTHERS
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H?USER'BREAKS DOWN
f fr-.tn aervooa proatratloii P
. ;..-. ? u. -i !<? ; fot avers i nibs.
_, T _?, __ .. , Mauser atisca the latter part of IMS
St. Louis Player in Hospital as u ,,tn (??.,(lll;i. ?,.r , ,,., ? of mir.
Result of Misfortunes. f<sfu?nea Among thee? wen the deal ot
-? i rula March t trnoM H?user. < ' "? ,v ? ,i"',!, "f hlH s,n',I: ?
? i. .. v.- ? ..,???'? ' "? s knee which
. ??? lav, ? "t igll ' ? ''"' ''??''?
CLINTON WINS A
TROPHY ON TRACK
Sweeps to Victory by a Big
Margin at Princeton
Club Games.
MORIARTY SHOWS HIS
HEELS IN MILE RUN
Schoolboys Urged on to Keen
Contests by Cheering of
Their Supporters.
F! gbt thousand thee ring bovs and girls.
a crowd tl ' pa ked the nrmorv- of the
? ie Pire Der*rtaaant
tasted igalnst t v aeore hein ad
mltti d. ? . Red and Blaefe af n*
wut illnton 'ilgh s rhool awsep all before
nual n us ami of th?
meet yest rdae
afternoon.
Th.? roungstere from Slth street rot^e.i
up -i total ta and aron the trop h v
in m M .-" r lining High Sehool. whleh
Stuyvesnn?.
te of t . pn ne Massai Atas*
letlc ind itronf favorisa with
? v ? ? ., . ,,? In third position
only i potnl '?? ? i Manual Trainms
Poly Prep, winner of the trophy las?
rear, ? ia fourth srith H points to 're
credit
roaftei came Bryant
Brasnina n*n with II
? Hill IS, Mori - ?? asMrtern Ma
[Igh f, Conunerceli xa\iei
i Prep . !'? ... galle I, Brooklyn Prep nan
: rordham Prep I ? ic . ind th? r.inimntna
-? ati ?
w lid an i anboumnai vva?
rdei o( the day, Tas stlrrine strsins
: "' martial g fun shed aa the areas?
i band "f >' !i le Bebeoi :i. Manhattan, un
tl Jobs Donja
? i- i '. ' trees the w*!r
I drilled chorusea t.> freusted exi n-tntlona
j ..!' favorites to . nrrv tin colors kepr
.?. : i l ie- fever Bttl I
r Cur.ion Morisrty, o* Hiohmond Hin
rim'-. .- i. i .i il ig race In eii
;? M'.' M! ?-. le ip. ,1 .mi'
.n th- .?t twn ', i and aUling iloni
?p< ed ahead vv,.-; . seen
thirty viir.t? There ??is tom? iitt'e .its
ntmenl Oter th? fatlnr?? of rrans
Jenkina, of Par Korkaway, to assnpstSi
hut he plen,ie<l i'.lneis as his ?moiiac. PI*
tronk. "t" Clinton, >v.i*. aseaesa? with Plan ^
mi Bpeer, of Morrta, in third nnd i"
especl
In th'* early staK-'s of the rae.? P(
? -? ? ? ilong In the load? aith f
aerond place and M"n.-u-t> in third !"?*?
tion. Koma well Aloriij about the ball
n lie pool the Richmond Tint lad ti ed o i
? m aritb a aeries of abort pnrta
s?tti?fled that be held the ?itn
?- hand an si oui t.? ma hi* rae?
f'om the front
Ha ah< r-i i '? ar of the aaek, and cUdma
arlth a abide thai never hitched
ot ene,I grard aftei net On the last lap
ho area abb to e,-i?.> down Tu- Kirus-Ki"
hovvev. r, ,l|rl not end with r ne brvaklna
of the tape, for the .ond sad thir<i men
?rere ? ol to be daaXMsaad aC n*'k ?print
? 1 gamely, arid y.ilrid a little, hjt ntvrr
got within -?mu h.ilf dessn yards of the
Clinton r,inner.
Th" 'i ?arter-nnle rug saag g mixture of i
frei fi all BghrJng, akthtel rocketing and
gams apead y rutitilrii* on the pai*
[al l'in:e\. irf Morrta vrh<> flnali
hh ray to the front and captured
? . ' yard? In 671-?
seconda
Fin!' OStled about and tsrlee
thrown out i - ? al sbout H?
I aots
? through,
>r;.i ?n t t hundn
II! ike
High. ? i eiginee af De
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Howard Q Cnin. tne creek all around
ithlel the hTlgb ?x ?>' Cesssaerea
ad ? aiah a heav?
of H feel ? , - ' ?? si Msag
; anee, ot Poty Pre; n.
val? y run.-? big atan I i o'ina
both wee thai ?setela
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