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THE SUN,' SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,' 191ff.
Campfire and Friar Rock Earned Titular Honors in Their Respective Classes on the American Turf This Year
INTO ITS OWN
tiiiiivr Crowds Saw ISolter
CoulHs 'Hum ill. Any
Time Since IDOU.
31 01 Mi THAN $50,000
it lien the bugler sounds "Taps" tit Hei
mint I '.irk to-morrow uftccnoon tlicro
sill come lo a close tlio most successful
tafon the tuif In the metro;ulltan ills,
tn;t Iiuh known since the, tcpeiel of the
Me) 'limy Iv Iti 1 01)3. In every way It
sirs llic mo"t successful since "racing
Mine back." Tliu crowds were larger, tile
tiiiil slakes more ealuaule, tliu
'Ms cr contestants larger, tlio contests
U;l 1 t i eallbte or the contestants
a u whole was better.
It seemed ns though every day pained
rev patron" of the turf ami tliey con
i 'Mint in Im reuse tmtll Labor Day, tehen
Uty gath'-icd iy the thousands at IM
rnent Patk and lilted that hugo course
to eurlloirlitg. Their irestii:o wrote
turf history, fur It will be iccimled tlut
rr.'.ie iKrroii!" saw the races oa that day
tlmi have attended n race meet In nearly
i ib-ude'. And Judging from tho en
t!m,n.istu displayed before, during mid
jflrr the events'. It wan a crowd that
sill support the sport in the future. They
..rued thrilled by tho e-oiitests nnil gave
.c-rl to their ffellnna with round after
round uf applause.
Rcliunnt Ileaervrs Credit.
A In former year.". August llslmont,
fturnun of the Jockey I'luii, was tho
who did moat to bilng the eiiort
.Vik tu lis own. Declaring that racing
a not a es)tt fur the wealt.iy any more
ihj'i It U for the poor, hu threw open
tlio rates of llelmotit l'.irk ami cave
i'I who eared to come free admission to
1 14 outtl'-'.d and tho old Held stand.
AU.ies his Invitation wan accepted by
'...iivitids who could 111 urfoid to pay
!ie (3 admission to the eland stand.
Aril It wHI alwa he thus, for Mr.
IVlniont has paid that while he Is bead
of the Westchester ltaclug Association
llithnvint Paik) the poor men. those
to ;oc a horse and rnunot affoid to
;) to see him race, will be admitted
t his course free. For doing this Sir.
IVInient has made thousands of friends.
Tills was evident every time una of his
'or? won mi Important stake. The
ulctier tec-hed cheers, of course, but
rt inorca than did the owner, whose
icarlct, maroon sleeves and black cap
are probably the must popular on the
.Mr. Itelniotit Is exceptionally pleased
ritli the results of the seaeon's r:icl ti jf,
tut hu Is far from h.itlstled : he wants
w no the sport moie popular than It
nrr was In th.s cotiutty and to that
mil hu Is worklUK ceasi-ltsly, He'
wants to make It n spoil for r.ch and '
'H,r, and when he throws open Ills gates 1
i.e wants iiioio persona to accept his
Onl) Tho Cbaiuplnim Crowurd.
The uir divided only two champions.
Thc an P.. T, Wilson, Jr.'s, Cninptlro 1
iml Aucust ltclmont a Krlar Hock. That
lamptlru wus tho best two-year-old of
'lie year there was no doubt. This lnxy
1 iKImt sin of Olamb.ila Nightfall
iued tins on several occasions. IIe
'ad i. trued the tltlo of king of thn
' arnsters early In tho season, clinched
t ic ciown at Saratoga and then won It
outrlRht when he captured the Futurity
ivtek uro yesterday, llesldts being
tilt best two-jiar-old lie also won the
re t .viioiiut of money during the
i-jiv He started only nine times, but
thb'i nine times ho earned more than
'Auuii. lie won six of his nine starts,
' . lulled second tw Ice and was unplaced
M.v onie. Heturnlnu from Saratoga he
id accumulated the huce winnings of
!:.:.. and to this he added 17,3tu
uln ho struRBlcd homo tho winner of
II lack Itory yhovrrd C'laaa.
While ('.impure proved that lio Is en
t't!d to tho crown many lioiFcmen re
srst that lie never met James Uutler's
i-rnt colt ltlack Ivory. This youngster
led four time and on each occasion
.'nl that ho w.h of championship
.illtirc. ill' won two events and finished
-oinl la tho other two, but beforo ho
' I t!tne to develop Ills greatest speed
be' irie ill it'id was thrown out of
llirry ravr.? Whitney too hat a colt
if"', illtcs pirvtnti'rt from struggling for
h" iionn, He Is Ilwfa, which itarted
iy oi -e That was In the rlplng Hock
sul'? "ription, eatly In the spring, and ho
n It m sui'h linpienslve ntylo na to
' ue ..r-rts to bri"ul him as a wonder
fjl 'i Hu Inmiediaaly after that
' . e he bei atno 111 and has not
' .) ! i eicii yit, HIcUcty, another of
Mr Wl. tney's chestnut colts, showed
' -. b.it hu wan beaten by t'amptlre In
' e l'u'urty and lott all claim to the
!' it (Jt't. iilre wax among the young
' trs ii lielmoiit's I'rlar I tuck was
u lh t!nef.-year-oldH. So great a
' ' ill it John II, Sl.iddeu. the
,z ' ' " t.ie turf." paid Aiuust Iiel
'(in fur hini. To Mr. Madilin
w "i ' i: mm Ii for stud purposes, 1
" ' ' t red hliti latt w.'ek. I'rlaH
ii i iiu- time-, won four chifhlj
''. building the lliooklyn and Sub
"id aps; llnlsheil third twlcn
1 ' ' .! lliiee times, righting
'- "ir iinuiiri for the thiee-j ear-
' i" Jainex liutler's Spur and
' ' ' " ' Dodge, which won the
" 1 1, i i.y, (
l" lhu f llniiillenp 1'Im.
t T ' i 'i king among tho older
a If ip lioise shoned good
i to wear the ciown. so
'.ie si:i')ii rest with the trl
I iIih.im of Andrew Miller's
' ' i 'lamp mi of l!il a ; Harry
' ej I'.'.inant ami August
'' , 1 ebMig Stiomboll.
, of these have shown goo
"" ' )ii Mi'illng races, but the)
' in. t events that a real king
won. lloshles this trio II, O.
it s "black marvel," The Finn,
' ut fur titular honors. Ho
n 'rated that he can run far
' dt ho has vet to show ho can
J'fry vit'siit tt champion fihould bu able
,,C!'', At one time during tho sa
" Siiott llrass, the, Irish bred horse,
!,! IT 1J' a ,,lu ",0,it prnmlslng horse
' the jiar. Jl won several good and
cta ular races early In tho summer,
'Jl k!ti' then he ban been beaten by
. wi unierriH iiieiiincet., no
li'iLt w,r M" rc:nt races that experts
"tisreil bo waa only uu ordinary bun
WV thu handicap division, (he staeplt-
ciaf. I,,. u.uiu
7'i nortes at dlrrererit illstunces. Ho
aln -" numivin..' fs e. itraiii,
; ' ihc season there vtv sir .).
TWO EQUINE CHAMPIONS OF 1916, THEIR OWNERS AND TRAINERS.
m - mi m rock mi
OvHer of TxAXTjy Winner Ujjfj . 'tL Hiilaii
dance of cross-country material, nnd It
was believed tin) beet Jumpers seen In
tlieso parts ln America In several .vcam
would develop. Hut L'uch was not tlx
case. For some leasou or other prac
tically nil of them went wrong, with the
result that tho end of the siason saw a
dearth of these stout hearted animals.
Until the autumn meeting nt liclmont
Park Hlankenburg bad a tight hold on
tho crown, but when he went down In
tho Itrook Cup Handicap, which Is over
tlio thrco mllo course, at Helniont Far!
on t.Hhor DaWH Tell ton tr W Saei-'s
I'ebeto won the race, but he didn't p.ck
up Uiu title, for his race was not that of
a prince of tho turf, let atone n king.
He got home l:i front only because all
of his opponents fell. To almost all tho
experts Duko of Duluth Is Hl.mkenburg's
superior, especially over a long distance
of ground. He outran and outjumped
Hlaultenburg In tho Hrook Cup until hi
Jockey fell orf after hungllng over un
easy Jump half a mllo from homo.
Weldshlp showed tine form during tho
Saratoga meeting and good Judges say
ne r.in.eii tn.. right to bo ranked Mlh
v ' th
1 'e ear. iiioier
me uest crasi-rs
splajeil chainpionsliiii form In tho
spring and early hiitniiier. Ho won sev
eral good races nt Heltnoiit Fail: and
at hunt meets, but toward the end of the
sea-un showed only ordinary clis,
Tom Healcy. who has charec of It. T.
Wilton Jr.'s string of thoroughbreds,
and Sam IllUlieth, tialaer for August
Helmont, earned tho most glory amour;
the trainers. They developed and trained
tho real champions. Tom Henley han-
JUDGES CHOSEN FOR
GARDEN HORSE SHOW
Exports Will Award $30,000
t Thirty-first Ex
hibition. Alfred Tt. Maclay, chairman of the st
ecutlvc comnilttre of tho National Horse
Show Association, to-day announced the
list of Judges who will award iirlzes ag
gregating 130,000 at tho thirty-first an
nual exhibition nu November 11-17 In
Madison Sijuate Garden.
Kxperts from all over the United
States and Causda liavo been railed in
this year to attempt the dllllcult task
of dKtiibutlng 15 blue ribbons In such
a nay as to patlsfy 300 owners of tlOi)
horses. Men have been known, to spend
JSn.OUO for hoifes In trying to win n
pilzu worth $500 at this oldest and great
est "f horse fcliuKf, and the rivalry Is so
Intense that i-omo ono lias aptly ex
pressed It by yay'ng:
"Thirty thousand dollars In money
nnd a mlHion In feelln-i are at s'.ak.i
cety yrar lit tho Natlou il Horse Show."
To judge the high stepping linrnivn
l;or.-es, which always excite the Keen
est rivalry, John C, flrooino of Phila
delphia, II. Victor Loew und 11. von der
Hoist Koch of New York have been In
vited. Mr. (Iroome was formerly 'piesl
dent of tho Phlludf Iphl-a Horto Show
A'-so'-latlon nnd is n member of tho
Four-ln-hard Drlvlrg Club.. Mr. Loew
Is a member of the Coaching Club In
New York and Mr. Koch Is nu amateur
r,i. .-(, i-ltmi, I tvfiln ttlin lm linti'il tt ttie
International llor.-e Show In London as;
well n.s iho Natloinl Ilorae Show here,
Lady lb . If. th" tlrst woman to Judge
at tho n.irden, 1 .s oons?nted to serve
again this year with Jntne.s O. Marslmll
of tho New York Illd'osr Cub ut h-r
nssoalatu In th" chirses for long tailed
saddle hor.c. Divl.l T. Matlark, 'Major
of V.'lnohevter, K,v and a prominent
Lreeiler. will Judge tho dicked laddie
hurse.s In compiny with Mr. Marshall.
In tho division for tmttur.i and llgnt
htiiness hui-ses thieo well known e:;
perls will oIlliMate, Ono of thco Is
Pie'iri! Lorll'iard, Jr., grand.' j:i of the
only American turfman who ever win
.-.. t'..,.ll.h li.t'i' evlt'i un AniM'lean
bred luiiie. Hlu associates wl" bu ll. II.
Howie, who u!ii.o miIJ UU r.;ut In the
New York StuJ: Kxchaug') t.i bceoino u
trainer of Hutting horse.i, ami (U'eirg'i
Willing of Philadelphia who luJ bled,
exhibited nnd Judged light harnehs
horse for many years.
Tha omi c'ass for 'thoroughbred race
hoi sen will be Judged fli;g!n handed by
John ll. Maildeii, the largest breeder of
hucIi saddlo l;ores In the world.
ltcgluald C, .Viindcrbllt, preildenl of
(he .American Hackney llorca Society
and breeder of the ' champion hackney
inaro of the but National Horse Show,
lair, accepted nu Invitation to act with
Charles A. Daudoulne as Judge or har
ness ponies, nearly all of which are
hackneys.. The .hackney horses and
mares kept for breeding purposes will
be Judged by rtobert Clraham of Tor
onto, Canada, vyho Is one of tho lend
ing Importers und breeder of hack
nets and Clydesdales In Urltlsh Amer
ica. Huddle ponlea will be judged by
John Mc. IS. Bowman and Mr. Matlack,
while roxhaQ P. KefuV wjll jurlt tb
peiif ut A TIm J4ffa of Iwraian
i ri ' 'mi jranf;
and Jumper haveTiot yet been chosen,
died Camptlre and the other Wltun thor
oughbrols ln a way that earned hi in I
praise fium all rneegocis, ni.it after
Cimpllro won tho Full, ity the experts
,,,,! u i ai..i,- ,i. ,. ,i...
..- ..i... tii.iiv. i,.-. ti, .ivvi.titiin -
great victory was due as miuh t Tom
ilealey's patience and knowledge of th
thoroughbred as it was lo tho speed and'
courage of the colt. (
.-.uii iiiiurcwi mauo lev. misiaues wuu
the Hi lniont horses. Kvery time they
went to the post they were "lit" and
when they wero beaten It was not be
cause of lack of phslc.il con.lltlor. lie
nutsed tho speed and sttemith of Friar
Hock, the three-veai-old Mm in such a
way as to tenvo that gieat colt none the i
tvi... i. ft 1.I.J I. ....I .....Vh'.. ...,,...'
palgn, and It was the belief of lllldrr.li
as well as a host of experts that I'rlar
Hock would have been returned the wit,
Her of the historic Lawn nee Iteallzatlim
V'tcrday If Mr. Madden, his new omiir,
had allowed him to start. Mr. Madden
thought so. too, and gave Hlldrcth a
check for u sum etpial to the amount of
the i-ommIslon he was entitled to If
the colt won that classic.
It was HUdreth'M fdtlll that enuble.1
that honest old gelding Stroniboli tc
reach the front rank nmoiig the han.t'cap
parses. lie calcrcu
to tho gelding'! I
kindly nature, nnd with every Mart !
seeme.i aula to get a little more speed
OUt Of hllll. ,
.Xllduler Very Sneeessfiil.
Although he won few rich Make'.'tii" most womlei'iil nubile ilirt.irre I
Willie Mldglcy, who haiulIeM iiHTord A.
Cochran's big siring of thoroughbred--.
deserves great credit. P.y his ability to!
send his charscs to the iost at their top
form ho earned thu reputation as being'
ono of the greatest tralneis In .Vnortea. ,
He saddled more winners than any other'
trainer, nnd earned praise from his em-'
ployer mid a majoilty of ra . 'goers for'
"'"V".V' . 1 " lllVll 11 " 3 ' '
Hesldes peifecling their nliyslral eon. 1
dltlon Mldgley taught Ills cliatges tijjthflr peMormanres ' A. the age nf 3il
bleak quick.y at l' e jiost. So common i Kat.ah e. is iiinnipg a half mile In 1 :34 '
was It for the Cochran horses to get '" ' i""" 4--1 and w!ii"ng rsce
nway In front that experts often wagerr.l nf 'T race x itli c.tvkllke tigularlty.
that they would bj leading at tin- llrsli P'themem wa. cmnrenteil upon
lurlong po.t. , bv pi mv llnnltsli papets, ns It was n
Johnny McTargnrt etnleil thn re.isnn , l:"' he did hl List ntnnlm,', and
ns the lending Jeekcv. llarlv In th" sen-1 1,11 contained only pi.ile for the ger
son It seemed as though he" had lost hl tleminlv vny 1... cui du. tnl hlirsc'.f In
skill that made him so popular In other , 1 ' "8 ''tbi'O'ld.
jears, hut from tho time he went tol "N ",ft 'aee w,i" In Dcember, I.'SP.
Saratoga until yestenl.iv he rnd" like "hl'!1 nmntfiir bo .ouipetril
tho great Jncky he Is. His alertness at' J"," ,ff"lr ""f-haif mllo road lac
the post, combined with his Judgment i.fl,"'!'' .''-v ! 10 audi, idgepoi t gj mn.it Hun,
pnen nnd ability to Tide a strorg ilnU'i
Mtise, a vast majority to ptoclalm lilm
tun best rider In America
It was Ills perfe-t tine nn Cnrnpflrs
that helped that colt wm tlm Futurity,
nnd It was hu perfect horsemanship n't
Stromboll on Labor Day that enable I
the old 'gelding to beat Honner In the
Municipal Handicap. In tint race ho
outgcniT.illi d ami .iiilrode Jimmy Hu'..
well, who had tho mount on Andrew
Illg llnte Iteeelpts
The secretaries nf every racing asso-
elation in mo Mine riporteit that they
tud taieeii hi more money at tne.r git' i
this year than at liny time since 190S.
and an Instance nf thu size of tho purtes
Inng up e'.in be gleaned from the follow
ing list of the largest winnings;
it. :d. id. unr
llnrrv Kelly... 3
(irorre Hnilth, 3
Sligrt llru.i... I
The I'liin 4
Dli-ll Wlllliuut 3
Mnr'n (Inoiby 4
Deer Trap 5
All Dnille 4
Thoriililll ... S
T. MeTaf (art t
wwmm i n ill mi
NOTED ATHLETE QUITS.
. . :
""""' 0'" " W'NT ne.t MW -
tle lllatmirrrs, llHnu l' Tons.
.,. . . . ..
I The recent retliment nf Frank ICn-
n.Hy from iietlw- panMpatlon 'in Hack j rnlHIiiw at tl. .'. . Not'erd
nthletb-s marked the nass.na of em.. of.M'' ,vc' 1 i.Uit h
i-.inne. tho a-.hletio world lias CVer
Slatting at. th ere nf IS he was n
actin nniipetltirn urull lie was 34 ears'
old, and dmlng that tlmo was always a
In these days we often h.ir of nth-
l't"i doing wonderful performan -e In
th nnd lulf in.lu raas, bu. how
' niary nf
...... , .- ,,, KU
.in tney nie i 'i and .lupln ate I
...A .v.. nt .i.i I
Marttn with a P inile.ip of ;.:.o ho
I impi'ii In , un an ea v ni itii.e im.l ten
th" time pr.zu wlili an actual perform-'
at.co nf 24 ;5S.
MISS GALLIGAN VICTOR.
Shawm-.I!, P.i Sept. 'J. In tlio M-d.
fib' Alia ic ouiilour cinttnp (iiisliip
! Imu.lns i.ieet '.i,i In the l)i'lav,ie
li ver li.'d'iv Mi. s Cku'e ilnl ,.in f
Ne,v Y ii ; won tan 'JOO y d-d otiep event,
deft at. g M.-.- Olci I lorfimr bv a Utth
nf M'.-.jr.l Tie l.n e ,r,l MMille Allan-
in .'ii.iiiiiiui'iiii,i ie is oii ny .Ml- s UU.l
I'.in.iei-. .i I.' alietli Heei.er was
seeniui nnd Fiotvnti! M.-Launhlin tli.nl.
Th" fid var.1 i.iim, t-m ,(1.it,. i
.1 t I.,.,. ...,.. .!.. .....
, ,"' 111 """'"r nun
ritniirii Mini 'llllc,
.TOIINHTOW; . P.... ,'..pi. ti.,Tlis 1- '.
culm tt.im, i tmmplnis nf I'ltHourg, in-, iv
ellmlnaleil .Inlit.stoevri fr'im the .verl-.'s
uniui'iiir l-Sft-tiii'l i b.iuiilnii-.)iti terb-s i. v
wlmilng I tn 0, making o third content uu.
ii"riss,irv In tin "in. nr Un liniiurs In
the riilddlo Allan', illrtrlet, .luhn town
un. inutile to lilt ICIni; w lien m-u ucro un
SCHEDUXED BOXING BOUTS.
MONDAY, Hll'THMiircn 11,
Olympic A :. "Cares" rtielan and
"Joluiiiy Kill'" Ilarrh.
Tur.su.w, HHPTnMnnn t:.
Horlsm S. C. (Ibemuiels) "Wee V&,"
Tlurlnu und "Andy" CVirlei, "Juhiuiv"
Ilavra nnd "Toinniy" Fsrrell,
nrua.l w v S. C. "Willie" Deochar and
WBD.N,.'dDAT, rapTiuinKit Is.
ptonear S. C. "PacUj'' Ifommev and
"Joe" Mooner, "Km" Hums aud "Juhnny
NOTTER BREAKS BONE
IN HAND; RETIRES
Forcod to Stop rniiir After
Four Hounds Airnint
Johnny Kid Alberts.
Franklo Nntlfr tried tho Impossible
nt tin Itroadway Sporting Club last
i ght when he uttemii.i d to continue h's
ten round bout ngnn st Kid Alberts nficr
lueak, ng n ..mall hie e In hu left hand
In iho br.-t round. .Sutter did succeed
In golm; Hire u nioro toiimH, but li was
so iil.iliili in .1l.ti,.k.. m.i. i!ia Inlnre
nt' .,(,,..,v nai:oT. cam.', to
Ins r-. iie and stopped the affair.
Alliens 1: .il In!.. Iti.. belter nf Ibn
r defended him-
pt hanileil. Imwevr, n
and when his
r01'''' '"' '''' v':l' 1 ;l nf f0111"''
k,'.ti be wis to,. erlni-!v Iiamllcapiied
" give a good fe-,vi.,t of hlm.'lf.
l"0 H X "l""' ' e-.i.i-tln il the referee
1 1'1"''!"''. lh bout. In tin. H t tl i session to
isnve Inmmv Crr frnni tuillirr damago
at "10 hands or Hilly WMdou.
K. O. TOR LEONARD
, . . I...,,,. T..
., ,. ', ., ' .,..,', . ,'.. ', ' . : .
",M "i " i . i.'iiih' .'ii tnui'ii.K iirie
in live tnunils. It was 1'ie llrM lluie
MeAiulri'ivs was ever kuockeil out. It
vi.s a j, iv.it t'cat tor t.o fan. There
wan plenty nf aitlnn until the K. u.
laiiie. C'l.irl 0 l.eoi. inl stopped Willie
lluiuinn in till no rnutds,
VOLK BEATS GIXVP.Y.
At tie fjlieenlin'o A, C. Lift t tg'il
Sailor Volk niitpolntrd IP no ii Iv.'y nf
Tie F-ntiN In ten roii'ids.
TENNIS AT MALBA.
MettiA, L. J Sep;, 9 -In tin
tn'ii 'lev on the coin Is nf tlie Mal'-n Fb Id
I'ld M.nri'- Club tn.il.iy Miss I lorothv
Metrrltt won tl." women's prize und
IT!1 ! !'"' M'T 'he men's prise. Phil p
' M I'- won Ho u,- 'i si "i.nd pilze,
I 'I'll.. pr,'s v-nro pl'iseiitid b" I. ,1. M.'t
' I u, pic-..b' t i l' the club,
ARC LIGHTS IN STADIUM.
JWrnx. S.-pt 9. Aro l.glus may be
p.K.'.l ale u at t,ie tt.idiiiin so us tn nil -
'bin II.IM.ll I Oi
II. Ilia; I U: L.ilU i j tn pt.ictiso
I ufier .tu.t: i..i. n :
..,!,.,;. , ',. ;;' V : .
1 ' "'' "" ' "!
..y n,i.;it e. ., Ciu.-e, i an i.itl,.
Kuio the uHc'T.i'un al tl Ciim''iu!o In-
s;,n,t ,i. 'i:,,,t ha'ls the mil' t of tliu
toalb.il.cra until nearly twiliht.
AMONG LOCAL BALL T0SSERS
1h IttotiN 1,.1'i-flH eyelid lllis to bind;
games ii Isi'tiis ueeea-'iu ftmn 11 lo
HI e.it iiviu.il .ice I'l.iy at opponenti
viiiitn.iU. Je-t-iili llu.cnfcl I, !; 3 cau'dne I
aeeriue', N. V. C.
Tin t.nrcbmnnt Ath'-'lc, Isjdlng setnl
prn tea, ii ut llrunx i.i'ir'), want c.im.'x
MniiiiK r b'l'ililrg I'i. i lie' last utum'tlun
fur s.iliinliiy nr Suinl.iv. I I ti.iesl eeltblii
IdO milts of tfv v Y'Tli cltv. It, HalgsM,
CSl ht. Ann's neeiui, Hinux, ,N, t, TcU
pnunc, 1U1C0 .MjiliKjii S'lusie,
Wrt llarlsni Ite-t"!' 'lean flub has aun
ilny .bites open in pi nicer and ui tuber
tor llht icnil-tiru t -uins. li.-inies ta be
plsyed on npi.irn"ii s greiimt.. 'r j,
Doherty, 33 U'ul l.'.'-'.l atrcft, city,
Nembl A. C. of Tha llrcnx would like to
hrer frem llaht "till-pro tenm wllllii( tu
travel. Antlif.tiy LnuUI,4043 White I'lulni
Brother Against Brother
Two Grant Boys Ran a Dead Heat for the National
Five Mile Championship Fraternal Rivalry Ex
tends to Practically Every Branch of Sport.
llrotliers In sport arc so common ns to
occasion llttlo comment. Ono only need
call attention to Wade and Hill Kllllfcr,
.lliiiiny and Doe Johnston and Zucli and
Mack Wheat In baseball to-day. In tho
old days wero Ocorgo nnd Harry
Wright, Jesse and Ltt Tunnchlll and tho
famous Delchauty iiimlly. Jeff l'fcfi'cr
has built up n greater reputation as n
pitcher than did hl3 brother. On the
tuif wo liavo tlio two McTaggarts,
Johnny and Tommy, and the two Dugeya,
Ivldlo and Johnny, not to nay anything
if the brothers (.loose, leading Western
Jockeys. In billiards there aro tho Ap-
In tennis wo liavo had Irving nnd
Heals Wright, HIU and Kd I.a'rned, Hob
and (Jeoreu Wrenu. Karl JJehr of tennis
'amo b a brother of Max llthr, tho
cnlfer. In rvL'llmr the Ilutler and lledcll
brothers were famous. The prize ring
bus been full of brothers, quickly theio
conin to mind Terry, Hughey and I'hllly
McOovern, Mlko nnd Jack Twin Sulll-llS9
van, I.cach. I'hll and Marty CrjkJ; c'as-i
par. Jack and Heni.y Leon; Abe, Motito
and Caesar Attell; Jim and Jnek Jef -
fries, tho two Philadelphia O'Hrlens, io.
The wrestling mat ha had tho brothers
ZbysZko. And In foutu.ill think of the
Carrels of Michigan, the Coys, Chad
vilcks, llomelslcis, 1'hllblns and Joneses
of Yale. Wilson, last year's Yale captain.
Is it brother uf Wilson, the l'rlnceton
Brotbera on Track nfl Field.
llrotliers hnvo bten Just ns common
on the track and Held. Offhand one re
calls Dick and Alex flraut, Tom and
Jerry Fierce, I'red and I'hll Lorz, W. 5.
and A. 1!. lleorge, Dlek, Mirtln and Amly 1
S'.ierlil.'in. John and Tom Flanagan, 1-ou
and Dick Sheld"n. Jack ami Hob HlbT
Hill, Frank and Jim Plant, Jim and
Diirandu Mill. .. oarsmen as well iisriiu
ncl'd; Tom and Tim O'Connor, Ted niiu
Hub Meredith, l'latt and Hen Adams,
Haunrs and HIU Ko'.ehmalncn, Dan and
Tim Abeam, Sam and Louis Llcbgold,
.Too and Frank Loomls, tho brothers
Dadniun, l!el., l'oget, Frlck, Hacon, Clif
ford, Leahy, Hatpin, Habcoek. Dcsmar
teau. Kramer. lMward. Itlley and
others. Frtd Murray, the Olympic Club I
hurdler. Is a brother of w. l.lnuuy Mur
ray, the tennis crack.
Just the siinio as In baseball, whete
Hank Mathewson cannot bo e-nmpared
I with Chrlstv Mathewson nor Paul Cobb
with Ty Cobb nor Mack Wheat with
Huck Wheat, It generally has bten the
case 111 athletics that one brother com-
I pletely overshadows tho other. Thcro
have been many cases on tho track and
1 field, however, where brothers have been
I closely matched and the rivalry between
I them very keen.
Dick and Alex Grant were keen rivals.
Though Alex was the classier of tho
two Alex, It will be remembered, hold
l tho American two mllo record for many
)Mtn at- I was the winner "f many
hamplonshlp- Dick used to gi hint
. some great races. Ono of the most
morablo tares In the annals of sport
.1,. .,... ... . ...
'l' '.,1.:': .IS IS,,
CJr.mt brothers ln the five mllo national
championship of the I tilted .Mates In
Crant Iloya linn Dead llenl
Dick that' day ran Alex right up to
tho worMed. thn pair tearing the tape
on exactly even terms. Whether Alex
purposely hrld back In older to allow
his brother to tie with him for the na
tional tltlo or whether he was exhausted
from his efforts In winning the one mite
championship title earlier In the after
noon ofttlnies has been debated.' Any
way, Dick apparently gave Alex the race
of his life. Alex was n.uch thu dasher
runner of tho two. however. He won tho
national mllo rh.implonshlp In 1." 9,
19ol, 190L' and 1903 : the national '. ,vo
mile tit!" In ISP?, 19U0, If 01 nnd l.'OS;
tho na'tonul two mllo stfeplwhase In
1900 and ran a dead heat with Dick for
the national live mllo e'hamploi.shlp in
Mention the word "Sheridan" nowa
days and one Immediately would be
thought to icfcr to tho great Martin
Sheridan, Uiit wonderful an athlete as
marvelous Martin was, he dlon't have
an awful lot on his brother Dick, who
ptecided him. Did; only won three n.i
t'onal senior championships the ham
mer In 1900 and the !i-.us In 19'H and
190.' while Martin won i dozen. Martin
was the hero of two Olympic games.
Dick nevrr competed at an UlMiipl.ul.
Dick broko Into the gau o In IV.iT Just
after the Alhrn.s Olympiad of lS9'i. lie
was In the full glory of his athletic
career In 1900. the cnr nf the Paris
olympiad, but did not haw- enough pull
to set himself oil the team.
Mat tin Slierlilan, with the o' P"
slblo exception .f Jim Tho; p. -and
many of the e.spe is do rot tni..e the
fxcep'bm wa ll'e greatest iill I 'und
athlete the woild haf ever seen. Martin
won the nil loiinl ehainploi-ti.p of 'In
I lilted States In 190.'., 1907 and 1909.
)..'( never urn an all round title, but
e finished seci.'.d to Doc White In 1X9".
Tlio fiout'i" athletl-ally with Dl;; was
, tint he never f)ti the spn.t seihmslj
It wis all play ai.d a blue . il" to bi n.
' lie gavo litllii t.-i-e to tra nlng. If Dlek
I It .1 si Ivd tl.r benefits of ei.,i.'h!:ig an I
ti lining e.ij.r.ed by Mi it In he mil-'it
I have beconie as renowned .is Ills younger
A'lly Shei'.dni. the jolliiget of the
fa-u.l..', had tit" nuking- of a wondcriul
lllllle f. but b'jsliiiss tie-1 1 1 mil il mmt nt'
bis ilTorts uhil lie could Kite Utile nine to
It.l.j gatif. Allele's Riling lip of .'th-
t I . . I Ii- I,!.- In Tl ilm.i'
I j j, ,i.', .. f, ' Hi n'.e Kild Ih.U Aud bad
! ,, ....uiiini e,f a Ksv.itir ills, us tluower
I ,i, .,, i, . i,,,it Alnrttn.
lihl it s M. it'll. i sh-vidati who Will
, ""'I' "' naiii'"..l sn-n u'i lornerim
I,' ,i i'i,.,l in ti e athletic I. tul of tame. As
gieat tin atlileiu u w.n Hlcliard Shctl-
iliu tils career is iinnnieii ny tho per
lovumiHes of ll'.s- lllu-'.ilo'.is btnthir.
Martin won the Junior t. itlun.il shot put
ting t-banr.'o.i.-h'p in 19'H, the t-enlor
national sl.ot puttiiig ihauipioioliip the
same year, the national dbxeu. ctiaiuin'.
ship III 1901, 'H'Oel, 1907 a'nl 1911, tho
pulo vault for il'M.mcc ih.iiuplonshlp m
19ml und 1907, the. all round ciiainplon
shlu of tlm United Slates lit 1905, 1?07
Martin wm many metropolitan and
Canadian titles, lie was a many times
recuid holder, wrecking world llg'ues
time und again. At tho At!ina Olym, ad
of 190H .Martin n'ol'id mure, poinU than
any other two athletes In competition,
nnd in fuel morn posits than most of
Iho cntln teams nf sevetal coiiutlles,
pom' Judgment by an ollli-lal In the
broad Jump at tho Loudon ulenmiad in
190S cost Martin tliu ltnllvldu.il point
honors, but he was beaten only a iiuarter
of a point, his score of 1 1 points only
being surpassed by Me) Sheppard's total
of 11 ll points.
l'latt Attains Is considered to be the
greatest nil round Jumper in tlio world.
Matt captured tho Junior national run
ning broad Jump tltlo In 1907, He won
tho national hop, step and Jump cham
pionships In 1107, 1903 and 1912: the
standing high Jump titles in 1909, 1910,
1911, 1913 and 1914; the standing broad
Jump championships of tho country In
19111 and 1914 nnd the running broad
Jump championship In 1908, 1911, 1913
and 1914. The polo vault for distance
championships were captured by Piatt
111 1910, 1913, 1914 nnd 1915.
(Jreat a Jumper as l'latt Adams Is. his
younger brother Hen has given lilm some
hard tussles. Tho most notable was at
the Olympic games at Stockholm In 1912,
when Hen forced l'latt to the limit In the
btandlng high Jump championship, l'latt
capturing tho premier laurels for Uncle
.Sam, with lien beating tho rest of the
world's greatest Jumpers for second him.
ors. In the standing broad Jump Tslcll
tlras of (Jreeco won. l'latt Ailnna
to bo content with eecond laurels, but
"Hco again jouiiB Hen was rteht on M
back and grabbed third prize, '
lam Shehlun, who won the nil lonitd 1
fhamplonshlp of the United Stales In
und who captured the hrond Juni
In tho dual meut between the Uindon
, A. l and the New Vork A. C., was sue-
i ceeded by his brother Dick, who won'
the national rlinmplonslilps with th shot
In 1 SSM? and 1899, with tlio dlseiis in
1S99 and 1900 and with tho flfty-nlx
pound weight In 1S3S.
The Walking I.lrbKoldi.
Louis Llebgold gave his brother Sam
FOtno of his hardest race, ami Sam was
one of the greatest walk, .- tills country
ever produced. Sam wop Ins first na-
tlonal championship In lb92 and hlu las:
In 1911. Any athlete that ran hold
chnmtilonshlii form for .hrhtefii .mr
rertalnly Is n wonder. It was only his
Virother's prowess that Kept l.ouls i.leb-
eold from heinu n cliiiiuion. Louis tin-
tecond to Sam In scorm of raees.
nm won the national one mile walk- 1 ,anl na 1,1 "'' e-ratt. stio lias been
tuu I'latniilonshlps In 1x94. 1S93, U9, tho most consl-tetit winner of the season,
ls9T. ll'OT. 190S and 190?. and three mile ",,lt'p ""o went Into commission Just prior
championships In 1593, 1S93. IS94, 1S10. ,lle cruba of the New York Yacht
lxit, 1907, 19118, 1909 nnd 1910. Ho Club, topping her guod wotk by annex
would have won many more titles, ontv lB hoth tho Astor Cup for schooners
walking was wiped off the national , ani1 famous King's Cup.
championship programme for several i It was not tin wins tint M irted
years. 1 Commoiloiu Flint after tin- hi- ntlo
Dick Olfford, the national three mlla ' PrlM. H clial!ng 'd on the eve of th
walking champion of 1912. and Ills I I'liUezvoun of the cni'lng e iuadion of
brother aro worthy huecessorn to their ! New York Yacht Club more than
father, who won the national live mllo "'Kht days before either race was sailed,
running championship of the United At that time Commodore Plant was of
States In I S SO. Tim Ahearne won tho "'o opinion that he owned tho fastest
Olympic trip'.; J'Jntp charr.plcr.Jhlp at'acnt in commission reear.lle nf mIs
Lond.m In 1908. but since then his'"1' delgn. If he should annex cither
ounger brother Dan has developed Into , "e or the other of the historic prlzea
ro great a Jumper as to mako tho fan ho will liavo proven l.ls contention tu
forgot all about Tim. "l0 satisfaction of tlm e ntlro yachting
Hrothcr Tim, with the winning of yev-, world,
eral Irish championships as well as th,
L'ngllsh long Jump championship In 1H9 lrl on Tuesday.
and the Olympic triple Jump ln 190S and. Tll0 Plart of ,llo c M Chalieiig"
by hanging up a llritlsh hop. step and , Cup raco ha been set f.,r 11 .Vcluek
Jump record of 4i feet 111, Inches. n the mnrnlng of September l:', u will
thought lilmelf fome pumpkins, but b ,. ,.,, f ,, ,) ,,,H., .f
tl-en ji.ung luti came along and ec.lpsvd r0Ur.P !h ,n nlll, !lrmiJ , nvn ,,,,.
I Im s best efforts m ,,!(.;lt Vo,.( , (T M leaving U
I un iiiivv In li.l.l.ip nf Hu. Viiiflil.1 lull, .,. . .... , .' . '
, "'"'.A Z''li .'1. !Z n ' t
l Ibe lie s, Dan won tuc Junior national
',1 Jim,,, titles .,, 19... J "I""'":
.. .. .. ... ....
the .senior Imp, step and Jump titles In
1910. 1911. 1913, 1914 nnd 11' 1.'. He
wuti the indoor hop. step and Jump eh im-plon-lilp
of the rouutrv In 1909 and 1 1
For several yeais'Jack L'ller has been
, In the country. J.uk ...ptuied the na-
' tlonal ,.w htl.dllng titles It. 1907. 19US.
....... ...m ...... ..w., ...... ......
match for l.ls brother ..ver tho luilongi
route, but In the sprints over tlm fences
!'!!,;'B. ':T:';'I.1J,J,';!. ".',"",.'"-
same eM-nln- In Madison Siii
i no (l.i-di n
In 1911 both nf the Filer boy
the world's- seventy atd low hurdling
Tin XI on I rent llfsiiiiirli'aiis.
One nf the most wmiiletfui famllbs of
brothers wa- the Desinarteaus of Mon
treal. The only one who made a world
wide reputation was nugene. who cap
tured tin1 foi pound rhuuiplonshlp nf Hie
I. lilted Stntes in 190J and defeated tli
gieat John Flanagan In the fit! pound
weight tluoev at the St. Louis Olympiad
ni r.'is. i.ugene i esiuarieau nan itmr(
Pintiiers, nmi aroiiuu .Montreal nu or tno
Desniarte.ius were noted for th"lr nth
letle prowess. The Desm irteati brothers'
tug of war team it was made up nf the
live brotl.ers was undefeated for sev
All of the athlete enthuoiain ar
familiar with the doings of the Koleh
malni'ii brothers, llanncs, when In con
dition, being without a peer lu the uma
t"ur distance running ranks, and HII
having humbled the cream of the profes
sional long distance runners. V U
lie.nge was ono uf tho gteatest mllers
the woild has ever seen, but A, II, llenrge
a!i ;u .nee ed Intcrnatloiril fame. Ton
Fl.'ii.ig.in never achicieil the- sucoes
that b.s brother John il'.d. but Tom was
an all tired goad athlete at that
. i ..n iiu-i,. j, .ii.iii.t apnns. Iii Iliiio, , mis
I'OTTKELL A VICTOR. '";!!' .l!..''',V..,,',',,M','t ''"''l 1m''""4
,, . . ,,, ,. . Willi Altii'ir, .M nun .nmi -., i,i run"
CiNVINVATt. O'.i.o. Sept. 9.-i:h.i I'ot-U,..,,i ,, v.. : ! ' r L
trell or cummin, the only out of town! . :i Tl,,:' ,',,',; , V. ,
pliyer wlm took pi-t in tlie npi'tiing of, Hei-ker. K n,. , (. ,'i....
Hie trl-State tennis loiirnanif nt lure in
i iv bid l.n trinible winning from lleniy
U la le nf Ci '.i-.ni-.ati by scores of 1.
M s Aitnnr Itulir mil Miss llvelvn
Lu -is, tlio former winning by li .1, 1 6,
0- - a
ill'ani JnhpMon, fntmei- national
h lu.pion, wan lout lo- Am.iiicaii till"
lis- week t i 1!. N. Will'iins, .1' , arrived
t'l-d'i.v. He w.ll p'ay m Tie touiney on
liRITISH SOCCER RESULTS.
T.iiM.iiS. M l. P A In p-egr-iti nt
f nl. I' II ll ll'- ' .1. ' f 1 1 .IS. ,r 'till I
ci' i r Mi.. Kn; 1 i i.-ii Sfi 'I...II ifiii-r
, .t'l'rttl- "1." IS'-IO, 111.1111" III l'l 1 ii i is-
i il-.g .uiit.'-. I'l.'i l.n: ii .ij.gu.v mp tiss
mn de. :d' 1. vx III- 't .lruu-il giei" -1111111
s inl liiiiis, tlii bui'iii 1 Tu Limit'. e-. s
sii I ;
l,..s'c..silll;i: m;i-tiu '
11 . 111. 1111 lt"i. -, 1. Itln 1. id.- . i Hi -t
"i u iii.l.ti. I, sMn lip.irt rnuiiti. I.
Hiiri.'iii I'" 1 V.H-, o: 1,1 . si ;inot, 11 Itvet-..-i
1. si'.Kr, I M in. Iiss'-i- rin, 11;
S'luthpi.t ''-iiinii, 0 11'dli.itii Atliti', it,
Mm" h" -r Ftuted i'. I'le'tun North lint,
4, ll'imte, .' Kii Inbi.e. m. lime, 11.
llradti'i-'l CP y, I. i'ti--.trr' 1
(irtmt'.v Ti'.vti.l, l.ds i',ie , n, Hiei'lsi..
In-d Tmin. '.'; Hit i'tv, t l,.'eMer
I'.nf. J; liefilsM Pulled, i' l.ltii'i.n e'.i .
:i lllrtiilin;liiiiii, V N'liit . '.niti' v, 1,
lljrnvlev I. Itutli'M li tin '.', N.im, I'.'ri-si,
I. Sli.'iTln'.l U."liii.l.u, 1, liradf.iril. 11.
t.ut; UiiN I'uxiHIN'ATIii.S'
rrtiu'. 1 1 Ti't'eldlAlli, ll.il. iur. 1
Itr 'ittoM, 1, ,XiiJtb,l'lll't'HI, 1 Clislse I. I
('re ii I'abi", I l.ui'iii, ;i; Went ll mi
t'niti'.l, 4 .Milie.ut. :i, I'ii 1 1 a 11 1 . I li,i.-
lug. .. ij'i."iii r.irii 11,
e',,iptnii eini'iii, -
C'l' ,1, Mr trie,- 1 stl 1 ll.linhirfil
i iii... ........ i I.... i... t 11....1
Tiuii.iiti,ii . i r.. ti ii 'i ' ii,.. .' ..
i, inn i. in. un, i, ii ii in iiuii-rs, i, mnrtun,
ti. M, Mlrii' i, .'li Motherwell, I
lil.ASOOW Cl'P TIHS.
Pitlt, o e
I'.itrlck Thistle, 0 Qunt
TWO BIG YACHT
RACES THIS WEEK
Elona and Katonra to Sail foi'
Capo Mny and Brcnton
TOD'S CRAFT JIOLDS HOT II
Two Important ra.a are scheduled to
be sailed beforo the yachting season i t
1910 comes to an end. 'Hie schoonirs
Klcna and Kaloura aro to raco for the
Capo May nnd the llrcnton iteef trophies.
Hoth contests aro scheduled lo start Cils
week. The Capo May raco will btart on
September 12, and If tho yachts are back
the other contest will start on Septem
ber 1C. As the winds are generally more
than satlsfactcty at this season of the
year, yachtsmen bcllevn that there will
be no postponement In the s'n-t of either
Hoth -ups aro historic trophies. Haln
nie held by Katoura, a two masti'i
schooner designed and built by thil
Herreslioff Manufacturing Omipatiy In
1914 for Kooert i:
Tod. u former com-'
modore of tho Atlantic Yacht Club. Sti
aM "uxlllnry craft, UVi feet long over
! all. With a waterlllie length of 116 feet.
a beam of 30 feet and u draught of 1.
'oct' Katourn won both cups from At
lantlc, now tlio (iroperty of James i.'. and
M'cholas T. Hrady.
Tl1" challenger also Is a HerreshofT
'Ic'Kned boat. She Is a steel schooner,
,3 rect s Inches over all, 96 feet on thi.
' nater "ne' -t '"'' s Inches beam, anj.
draRH 17 feel & Inches jf watel. Unosr.
oriltnury circumstances Hlcno would re-
eeliv considerable tltnn from Katoura..
, However, tho present series Is boat fof
boat, and the smaller craft will have to
do f',",,tl,",,? '? h,"al her Iurcr an'
,noru forlld'll,lu rlval-
i IMnnt Is (.'..undent,
Former Comniodoro Morton F. I'Unt.
t1'" of Ulena. He believes that
the eraft has an excellent chanco'
of winning the historic prUes. Certainly
,l10 nor,t of schooner, which was
''"I" ln 1911. ilur ! ibe n i. m -hi-iiii
wan ants the cotilldence that Commodore
, ,,r, ;, ,,,, (I,,.,, ,liUl ,H ,)(
tlnlsh line (,rr A" i"i'.i Ci ii 'i.. i i.ight
Vessel. Club topsails are birred.
1'riictic.r.ly tin , 'million, govern
the Hrr'iton iter f lace T"ie start again
Will be Amhiose Cliai.t . I I.ght Ves
sel and the tirii" set is n jj on
'"""'! eiueu.iier 1'. un. coursn
t.atu-ar.y Is dlnerent. It Is from th'
RI.ITIIItl- II, tj. ...! .. , ,t .
.., , ,, ,. , "r nion
. ,tatl,oar,, ,',; outs-m" n"
,,fll.K Jlnri(l ,()t ,., n , ,
Ambloto 4-,mr ., , P '"" " ",r
nKu,nu., ,ln-..rr , IN7:..
H'.tli trophies were originally offered
In 2, and ea. h h.is len u .n ,y n
. ... inn i-i.ii; ami i;i ji; tor a while on
the other side ,.f t!ie Atl.irti Sir Tt
Sutton, lt'irt.. won tile cups In ISO., evlth
J' it Ceiiesta and took th. in to Lnglaml.
Ihey were broiu-ht back by the Mlantle
In 1904, and b.n. .. tht n they have been
held bv sum" yacht owned by Commo
il'io Tod. l.at .e.ir tan Atl.imle trt.i.l
i I" reeaptur.' Hum, nnlv
t i lno hoth
eouie.ii.s to tlie Katmn.i
In the races last c.ir, Katoura look
"I hauls x ti.n.iites and 37 -. i nds !
'-.n -i. oni.". ii. in.' I'ain Mav raca
nun . . in i 1 1 i i n huts and I nmH
to .our ji; i i,.s p. u Hnntnn
Ib'i ( contest, T: e latter iltne 1 1.,. ..II
reconls for t1 i
"9 hour-. 17 n,.
it lonl. Allal't.
in m'. as ib I also the
i.. d' Its finds that
i i i- t u ajiie cinirsa.
BECKER LEADING SLUGGER. '
! I'i. cnier I. in t Tops iierli iin .-
elmlnn lliilsliit'ii Willi .If.'ll.
C;iici;n. s,.pt i Heals ll.-ki r, Kan
sas Citv. b ids ,n th,. .mi 1 1, ,n Associa
tion In hatting with .asii Jin, Thorpe,
Mllw.i" e". I- ah. ad i'i s'nleii b in with
4 H -lllil'-, Illil.ail.ipidls, 111 : IcrltliV '
li.is w.ib :t.t ; , inn tn, Coiiini'u- ami
SI. Paul, .a:::; lu.ii. Ka:,.,,s i-'i. I2 '
Itenll, Mllnatil .11 ' 'hai,n l.- im.
hi.nbus. ,:11H ; LcimH, K
uisas c.te. 316 ; "
llaigiave, Kai,-,.is City.
::i i . i.e iv is.
le.insas Ct, "u Uiikn. l.ow.uville,
! t' ; Demtnii t, ri.huiilnis, .'."j-i.
The li ailltlg p. i he! - fur 21 g.llllis fn.
I 'ur'.sr , 1 ii I it
!' -'."il l.'iul.e.r
IM. 11 lull I
.11, a c. mi;
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I'.' il ti' I
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JACOBS0N BATTING .311.
I. Illle Unci. I'lnj.r lsn Ileal In
Huns Senreil nmi Inuil llnais,
Nitw iii- i :. . i.i . s, , j,,,, ,
son of l.ii'lc Ho. , Ins i.ed limp'ti ha',
ling ii.uk i'i lb.- Si'i'l'i'i Asmii '.it.in
lie has an rieei.ig.. nf !'. 1 1 .lacolnoii
aKo hails in t 1 1 ha . h w n'.i Zi li 'id l
ruii'i s oieil w a : ' U.ne... Little
lln- k, Is ah. ad ' - 1 :i ba ei with 117
Knaiipp, N. v, i'ile.ii.. in s.u rllliv lilts
with I"., Iiuni e ,11, .1 n.iiru, I'bailn.
iioug.i, In li.iini riiui, with tight t. ich,
and Lull' lb" .i ' Iilb batting Willi '.'7:i
The h ail.ng b.itti i a an-
,l,l'-ob-"i', I. 'lb. Itoil,. ,;il, Kiimler
Lido lio. ., HI; Thrasher. Atlanta
::;i:i, .Mniau, .vi'.iut.i, ,12;, At-
t HUH, .IC'.'i : Si'hniill. Miilille, :ili:;C Me.
I i. ii ild, Aiiiii '.i, ,;:ui: Kni.-. l.tttie
linik, .jLI, .1. ll.irtis, ciiatt.iiiiMign, ,::iv
.Mi-usei, nil miiimi.tm, ,;.ll.
the lcadlt g pluheii- Im- i'.' g mic fni
. i"ft Ni'"
23 and 1., -iii 1
1 1 .- 'I.
jlraiirsTi, At ,11
17 and tl" M.u
te, 1 ' Snip 11.
Ilarnere.ee 1,1 1
f. illl I e, 1