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i j I THE DIAMOND jT CHATTER. F ATHLETICS .1 EAST AND WEST I F1ELP HAPPENING I
1 l( j BBinaBSSsiassBasB
f ' j Pitcher Essick Loses
I :j " the Game.
, 1 I Nerve failed at the Critical
! '1 1 Point and Riade Babes
i 1 ' - Present.
Locals Had the Game "Won Till llie
, Finish, When They Dropped
to the Bear. 1
' W"TRSE luck for tlle Eklers! Tnat
ujfi ravenous bunch of balltosscrs
( Y y controlled by John McCloskey.
1 i , alias "Honest John," went after
tho Saints acaln yesterday! and
trimmed them by a score of S to C.
This makes four out of five for the
Boise team this week, not so bad for.
a bunch Qf Infants,
I The run - sotting
. commenced In the Honest John
second Inning. Scents Pennant.
Babbitt walked to
' first, went down on Hanson's" single
j and scored on Delmas's error. Tills
Jilt ,, ended operations for the Infants.
, 1 When the Saints came to 'bat In the
( last half of the second, the big- balloon
went ud and the fireworks started for
fair. Bruyette went out on a dinky hit
1 1 to Eabbltt. Tozler got a base on balls
and advanced on a fielder's choice by
i Essick, which, however, ' was not han-
i . died In time -to catch the batter.
I , "Dulch" iluller was next with a long
' I ' single that scored
But this is wnac
hurts. Twice ycs
t e rday afternoon
the Elders had the
game well In hand,
and both times
went to the bad and
allowed the North
erners to scorcf In
the fourth Inning,
when the score
stood 4-1 In the lo
cal's favor, Essick
caused tho fans to
weep large tears q
I Borrow, wun uiu
Essick Studies the bases full, the
! Boise Batters, young pitcher went
up In the air and
' walked the next two batters, forcing
two runners across the plate.
Wild Throw by Essick.
Atraln in the ninth when thescore
was tied. Essick threw to the plate to
I -.-i- v,,f Vila
Icaicn uuu, win.
throw went nearly
(,, fifteen feet over
I (i Hausen's head. Be-
1 fore the ball was
recovered two Boise
runners had scored.
I Blewett opened
i the game for the
1 1 visitors, but he was
easy, for the locals,
ko McCloskey sub-
I ,, I stltuted Starkell in
' 'I tho- third Inning.
( The latter pitched
1 a good gmo and
allowed- the Elders
. but three hits.
'Hope I Cyf
two runners. Fred
Wucd came in for a
flwat at the horse
hide that planted
(Muller safely at
the third sack.
Father Glm sent a
long, high one out
to the left garden,
hut "Lefty" Houtz
twas there, so Glm
, Timely Hit.
Bill Hausen was
next In line and. .is
IXisu.il, tho old I
"Weed. Is Proud of " Warhorse " de--rrf
tjt, - JIvered the goods.
, His Home Run After allowing .Mr.
1 Bat. ' Wced to pilfer the
i second cushion,
Hausen swung on the ball and brought
I , in both Muller and "Weed. Delmas went
, went out on a drive to second base and
t the side retired with four tallies to
I their credit.
. . In the fourth Inning Essick did his
heart-breaking stunt. 'Two men were
down and three others were scattered
' around on the bases. Hanson was up
I and the fans Bald, "What a pipe!"
The first ball over was a strike. So
waa the second. Two gone, the bases
1 full and two strikes on the batter. This
I ' waa the way. things stood when Essick
( lost control. , GT
Essick in the Air.
I One after another came the balls and
, before the pitcher from Iowa recovered
v two batters had walked to first and two
"i runners had been
,i I forced In. The next
I I m.h went out and
' j the inning closed
. ' ,fc with the Elders Htill
i i J one run to the
I ' good,
i In the next four
innings Boise made
! I two tallies and the
'i I) locals one, making
' Ji the score C-6 when
I L . tho ninth inning
i I opened.
if The first two In-
j . fants went out.
, ',.) "Soldier" Cook got
M n slnflp nnri . T!nli.
H ( ' I bltt drove a long , x,
"., one out to centerTozor in tne Gar"
- that wns good for den After Flies,
two sacks at 'least.
H1 , i Olm fielded the ball In to Essick and
1, the latter tried to catch Cook at the
H ' plate. Ho made a miserable throw,
however, and the ball went over by tho
bleachers. Babbitt took advantage of
the error and traveled home.
Tho ondKwa3 in sight. The Elders
came to the bat, but retired in one
two order oh soft hits to the infield
Weed whs hit by the pitcher and went
to first, but Hausen could do nothing
and perished on a line drive to third
base, ending the game.
BA. It. BIL PO. A. E.
Houtz. 1. f D -0 3 1 0 ;
Weaver, c. f 3 1 1 1 0 u
McKovitt, r. f 5 12 10 0
O'Coniiell, 2 b f. 1 1 2 3 0
Eleey. 1 b 3 1111 0 0
Cook. 3 b G 1 2 1 3 1
Babbitt, s. s 4 2 13 2 2
Blowctt. p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Starkell, p 2 0 1 0 3 0
Hansen, c. 4 1 1.1 1 1
Totals ....37 S 13 27 12 4
5AL.T. LAKE. '
AB. R, BII. PO. A E.
Muller, 1. f... 5 1 2 1 0 0
Weed, 3 b 4 1 - 2 3 2 1
Glmlln, r. t C 0 0 0 0 0
Hausen, c 4 0 12 3 0
Delmas, 2 b 4 2 0 1 1 1
Kellackcy.' 1 b 4 0 1 1C 0 0
Bruyette, s. n 4 0 2 3 4 0
Tozler. r. f 3 10 10 0
'Essick, p 4 10 0-41
Total ...37 G S 27 17 3
Boiso 010 '220 012 o
Salt Lake 00 010 100-C
Earned runs Boise. 2; Snlt Lake. 1. Sac
rifice nil's Weaver. .Klaey. Stolen buses
Houtz Weed, Delmas. Baeea on balls
On" Essick, 5; Blowctt. 2. Two-base hits
Houtz. MelCcvllt. Thrcc-bado hits Bab
bitt. Double playn CConncll to Babbitt
to Elsev. Hit by pitched ball Weed.
Struck 'out By Essick, 1: BlewctL 2;
Starkell, 1. Passed balls Hanson. Timo
of gome, one hour fifty minutes, Umpire,
J. Peck Sharp. Attendance. S00.
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of tho Clubs.
W. Ij. P.C.
Boise '. 4 1 .00
Butto 2 3 .500
Spokane 2 2 .50")
Salt Lake 1 4 .200
MINERS SHUT OUT
Spokane "Warriors Fail to Cross tho
Plate in Game With Butte
Miners Bat Hard.
BUTTE took today's game away
from Spokane 11 to 0, Carney was
batted out of the box In the sixth
and JRellly put "Doc" Closer Into
try out for the Indians. The Dentist
put a slow one that fooled two miners
and escaped with his life and six hits.
It was only in the first and last Innings
that the Wllmot band failed to cross
The Mountaineers took a fearful
streak of batting and made nineteen
hits with fast fielding, and perfect sup
port at all times. In the second Butte
got three runs, when Frary encroached
on Rockenfield'3 territory after Run
kle's fiy and then muffed an easy one.
That gave Runkle first, and later he
and Clark scored on Swindell's drive to
left field. In the third Wllmot stole
second and tallied on Runkle's hit to
left; Clark got In on Rellly's error. In
tho seventh Bandelln 'Increased his hlt
ting reputation with a three-bagger.
, For the Indiana there was nothing
but hard luck. They found Bandelln's
curves handily, but fouls and easy files
kept them away from first for most of
the time. The nearest they came to
scoring was when Ferris hit for first
and Murdock sacrificed him for a bag,
as did Rockenfleld. But the shortstop
stayed at third, and when Martlnkc
bunted to Bandelln mltted and was
caught at first. Score:
AB. R. IL PO. A. E.
Ferris, s. s 4 0-1 l l l
Murdock, a f 3 0 2 2 0 0
Rockonllcld, 2 b 4 0 0 3 7 0
Martlnke, I. f 4 0 0 2 0 0
Frary, lb....; 4 0 2 33 0 1
Rellly, 3 b....i 2 0 0 1 2 1
Holland, r. f. 4 0 2 0 0 0
Stanley, c 4 0 0 6 3 0
Carney, p. 2 0 0 0 2 0"
Moser, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 33 0 7 27 16 3
' AB. R. H, PO. A. E",
Spencer. 3 b G 1 8 0 1 1
Hoffmclster, 2 b.... C 1 2 3 2 0
Shaffor, lat ..; 8 14 9 0 0
Wllmot, r. f 4 113 0 1
Runkle. s. o.., 4 3 3 3 3 0
Clark, 1. f. 3 2 1 4 0 0
McFIale. c. trrr. 3 0 1 2 0 0
Swindells, c B l l 3 0 0
Bandelln, p 5 1 2 0 3 0
Totals 42 11 IS 27 9 2
Score by Innlnpw
Spokano , 000 COD 005 0
Butte 032 112 U0-U
Earned runs Butte. 8. Three-base hits
Hoffmclster, Bandelln. Two-base hits
Holland. Shafrer, Spencer, Runkle. Sac
rlflco hits Murdock, Clark, McHalo.
Stolen bases Spencer. Wllmot. Runklo,
Clark. Struck out Carney. 1; Moser, 2;
Bandelln, 2. Bases on balls Carney. 3;
Moser. 1; Bandelln, 3. Left on bases Spo
kane, 0: Butte, 7. Double play Rocken
fleld to Frary, Runkle to I-Joffmelgtor.
Time, one hour fifty-five minutes. Umpire,
McCartney. Attendance, GC0.
Fast Game at Seattle.
SEATTLE. Wash., April 30. In the fast
est, most scientific and hardest fought
game of the ncaaon Portland won from
Seattle this afternoon by a ocore of 2 to 1.
Everyone of the three runs waa earned.
None of the errors made was a factor In
the result. Butler for Portland pitched
Dractlcally perfect ball. Not a Seattlc
lto succeeded in walking to first on ball3,N
and not a wild pitch crept into the ecoro.
1 R, H. B.
Seattle 100 000 OOO-l G 2
Portland 010 001 0002 6 1
Batierles Barber, and Wilson; Butler
Easy for the Locals.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 30. The local
team had an easy time today with the
visitors. Hall's delivery wns easy to con
nect with. Flood was the chief blunderer,
four errors being credited to him. Score:
Los Angcleg 100 003 0001 -3 9
San Francisco 100 1!00 32 S 12 3
Batteries Hall and Shie; Jones and
;Tig-ers "Were Terrors.
TACOMA. Wash., April 30. The Tigers
administered a. successive coat of white
wash to Oakland today In a brilliant game
which wan a pitchers' battle with thd odds
in St. Vraln's favor. The first' two balls
St, Vrain pitched were manipulated into
chance hits and after that Oakland could
' " ' I
li in ii iTi I IP 1 ni.m, r,
SALT LAKE BALL TEAM EOU 1904.
Top Row "Wjggs, Hausen, Quick, Essick,' Delmas, Giinlin. Bottom Bow Davis, Tozcr, Muller, Weed,
do nothing with him. Eagan's two home
runa and Graham's single, followed by
clever hit and run work, gave Tacoma its
throo Vuns. The fielding of Nordyke on
first baso was tho feature.1 Attendance,
3000. Score: '
R. H. E.
Oakland 000 000 0000 fi 1
Tacoma 010 010 01' 3 7 1
Batteries Buchannan and Lohman; St.
Vraln and Graham. Umpire, Huston.
I NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing1 of 'the Clbs.
W. L. P.C.
New York '. .6 2 .S00
Brooklyn " C .CS3
Cincinnati 8 G .6il
St. Louis G 5 .Wj
Chicago , o G .000
Boston .. , -l G ..400
PlttBburg 1 -So
.Philadelphia 2 3 .200
Boston Badly Beaten.
NEW YORK, April 30. Nov; York hit
Carney at will today and Bo3ton lost their
second game of tho present ferles. Tho
visiting pitcher was relieved by Fisher In
tho seventh. McGann and Warner divided
hitting honors for New York. Attendance,
R. II. E.
Now York S00 01 1 02'-10 12 1
Boston 000 COO 100 1 4 1
Batteries Mathowson, Wlltse and War
ner; Carney, Fl3her and Movan. Earned
runs New York 5. Two-buse hi t3 Mc
Gann 3, Abbattachlo. Home run McGann.
Bases on balls Off Mathowson 3. off
Wlltzo 4, orf Carney 3, off Flalior 2. Struck
out Bv Mathowson 4, by Wlltze 1. by
Carnoy 1, by Fisher 1. Umpires Moi'an
Corrigan "Was a Host.
PITTSBURG. April 30 Cbrrlgan pitched
a good game and won for his team by
batting In the necessary runs In the tenth
inning. Phllllppl Rave hits only In three
Innings, just enough to lose the gaaie. At
tendance, 4500. Score:
R. II. E.
Chicago 0f0 000 001 1-3 G 0
Pittsburg .. 000 001 001 02 8 2
Batteries Phllllppl and Phelps, Corrigan
and Kllng. Earned runo Pltlaburg 1.
Two-base hit McCarthy. Three baso hit
Leach- Home run Wagner. Baso on'
balls-Off Phllllppl 1, off Corrigan 3.
Struck out By Phllllppl 5, by Corrigan 1.
Kellum as a Pitcher.
ST. LOUIS, April 30. Cincinnati won the
third Ramo of tho scries from St. Louis
thl3 afternoon In easy fashion. O'Neill
was In poor form and his support In the
field was very ordinary. Kollnm pitched
a good game. Attendance, 10,200. Score:
R IT. E.
St. Louis 010 000 000--1 9 C
Cincinnati 002 220 001-7 0 1
Batteries O'Neill and Searfert, Kollum
and Sohlel. Two-base hit OdMl. Baso on
balls O'Neill 0, Kollum 2. Struck out
By Kellum 2, by O'Neill 1. Umpire
OVDay. ' , . 1
AjJIEKICAN-LEAG-UE. . N
Standing of tho, Clubs.
. W.' l.: PcO.
Boston 10 A ..883 v
Philadelphia .: , 0- . .G00.
St, LouIm 4. C .KB
New York" 0 ft .515
Chicago t li .C3S
Detroit .. .'. C G .4W
Cleveland -I C .400
Washington 0 10 .030
Boston at the Finish.
WASHINGTON. April 20. Wnrtiilnfjton
Btarted out ns a winner today against
Boston, but fell down and did nothing In
the last hulf. Score:
R. II. E.
Washington 001 COOPCO-I 0 1
Boston 030 010 000 1 11 1
Batteries Jacobs and iviltrcdge. Win
ters, Young and Farrell.
Picnic for St. Louis.
CLEVELAND. April 30. Cleveland was
outplayed at aU points today. St, Loutu
batting Bombard llard In tho third In
ning, when they secured live runs on four
singles, Bernhard's error and Jones's
triple. Howell pitched a strong game. At
tendance, 2700. Score:
R. H. E.
Clovcland COO DOO 010-1 G . 2
St. Louis t COO ICO 0107 12 ,1
Batteries Bcrnhard and Bemls, Howell
and Sugden. '
Giants Bit the Dust.
, PHILADELPHIA, April 30. The homo
team defeated New York today by supe
rior work at the bat. While tho visitors
made nlno safe hits, they were ucattered.
and the Utah? mado five of their ten in the
fifth Inning. Attendance, 7C0O. Score:
R. II. E.
Phlladelohla 200 040 C0,-r. 10 0
Now York 000 110 000-2 9 1
Batteries Plank and Powers, Clieabro
Played to a Standstill.
DETROIT, April 30. Rain began falling
In the ninth Inning of today's (fame, and
It had to be called with the a core tied.
Rconarkable foul catches by Mclnlyrci
Gremlnger and Carr were features. At
tendance, 2S00. Score.
R. H. E.
Detroit OCO 100 020-3 7 1
Chicago 000 001 0jl-3 9 4
Batteries Stoval I and Woods, Flaherty
' "WESTERN ( LEAGUE.
Sioux City tho Winner.
" "ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 30. Sioux City
won from St. Joseph today by a score at
0 to 4 In n ten-Inning game. Meoscrly
and Kelly of the visitors In tho ninth ln
,nlng lied the score by a fumble, by 'lhlrd'
Baseman Schlbork of tho locals and a
wild throw to Heoond. Tho visitors drew
two In tho tcnth. Score:
B. II. E.
St. Joseph ....100 010 020 01 2
Sioux City 020 000 002 2-41 It, -1
BalterloB Sample and Oarvln; Kohl
otat, Jarrett and Ilesa. (
Eomo-Eun Day at Denvor.
DENVER, April SO. Denver ,wnN vrom
Omaha today by a score of 12 to S. Hen
derson, after pitching nix lunlnss lor
Omaha, was battfd out" of tho box. Two
home runa by each Hide and a fierce bat
ting rally were the features of tho game.
m R. H. E.
Denver W0 105 OCT 12 13 3
Omaha 1....0M W1.O10 8 14 6
Batteries Kenna, Lucia and Heftier,
Henderson, Shafstall and Freeso.
Bain at Colorado Springs.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo., April CO.
Colorado Sprlngs-Des Moines gume post
At Columbus Columbus-MIlwavkee
game postponed; rain.
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 1, SU
At Louisville Louisville C, Minneapo
At Toledo Toledo 4, Kaunas City 2.
Today's batteries will probably be
Hausen and Wlggs for Salt Lake and
Jensen and Hanson for Boise.
Many a vigorous kick was registered
by the fans yesterday because Tozler
was placed 'in right field. The Idckers
argue that "Toz" is not In any kind of
form as yet and they think Glmlln
should keep him on the bench until he
gets rounded up a little.
There arc few better base-runners In
the P. N. league than "Bert" Delmas,
the diminutive Elder second baseman.
Delmas Is "fast on hla feet and knows
how to slide Into a sack If necessary.
He has pilfered two cushions this week
during the scries with the Infants.
Some of, the club managers are be
ginning to wonder what kind of dope
Is that iy by "Honest John" Mc
Closkey. 'Mac" has a tca'm composed
largely of "cast-offs" and men that
were released this season by Butte,
Spokane and Salt Lake, and yet he
seems to have the strongest team In the
PR0V0 ATHLETES '
DEFEAT Till L D. S.
"Big Joo" Smith Fails to Mako Good j
in the Hammer Throw Adams
Docs Good Work for B. Y. U.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, April 30. The annual field
day track meet between- the Brig
ham 'Young unlvejrsity of Provo
and the L. D. S. university of
Salt .Lake, held In this city today, re
sulted in a victory for the local boys.
The B. Y. U. athletes scored 71 points
and the visitors 33 points. Morgan
Adams of the B. Y. U. won the great
est number of Individual points', which
was IS, Sidney Christy of the L, D. S.
U. was second, ,wjth 16 points. In the
120-yard hurdle Christy beat Adams out
by a small lead, but he neglected to
- Jump two hurdlco and a protest was
filed by. the Provo school; but this was
later withdrawn. In the one-mile run
Glade led his competitors from' 100 to
175 yards the' entires distance, and won
.1.. .i r-riniu . nr- nhlHds.
Willi nanuu uui'.ii. an;v,uiiioi.u'i
tor , and Crosby of tho Beaver Branch
school were entered, and the former
carried off first honors In the 100 and
220-yard sprints,, and ill three did good
work In the on-mile- relay. The tmr
prise of the day was the Uefeat of "Big
Joe" Smith of the L. D. S. U.. in the
hammer-throwing event. The meet was
held on the new.B. Y. U. campus and
was witnessed by 2000 people. The vis
itors, about 300 strong, came down on
a special and returned in the evening.
The following Is the ioiramary:
One hundred-yard dash McCallistcr,
B. Y., first; Christy, L. D. S second.
One-mile run Glade first, How ell sec
ond, both B.' Y. U. Time, 6:23 1-6.
Two hundred and twenty-yard dash
McCalllster, B. Y., first; W. Lund, L.
D". S., second. Time, :24 2-6.
Hammer throw Peterson, B. Y., 07
! feet 10 Inches; Smith, L. D. S., 86 feet
One hundred and twonty-yuxd hurdle
Christy, L. D. 8.. first; Adams, B.
Y second. Time, 13 flat.
Four hundred and forty-yard darn
Spnuldlng. B. Y., first; Lovo, B. Y.,
second. Time, :64Vi.
High Jump N. Aduma, B. Y., first
5 feet 2 inches; A- L. AdamB, B. Y
Occond, 4 feet 11 inches.
Shot-put Smith, L. D. S., 8-i feet 2
inches; Christy, L. D. S., recond.
Broad Jump Adams, B. Y 19 feet
4 inches; Lund, L. D. S., 19 feet 3
Pole vault Adams, B. Y., first, 10 feet
2 Inches; Low6, B. Y., 9 feet.
One-mile relay race Chldester, Cros
by, St'alllngs, McCalllster. B. Y., first;
Lund, Roster, Reed., Jackson, L. D. S.,
second. Time, 4:40'
league. "Buck" Woaver, McKevitt,
Jensen and Eabbltt were all passed up
by the ther clubs, but they seem to be
doing g reat work under the direction
of McCl03key. "Somethln's wrong
Pearl Casey, the former Ogden sec
ond baseman, who Is now doing time
with the Sacramento club In the coast
league. Is the most talked-of ball
player on the coast at present. Casey
recently won his game with a home
run and a few days later lost one on
an error as second. He Is admitted to
be the best second-sackor In the league
and could no doubt make good In much
faster company than, the Pacific Coast
The Twenty-second battery baseball
team won e, closely contested game from
the Twelfth battery on the fort grounds
yesterday afternoon-by a score of 10
to 15. J
Today Is the first of the month and
the heavy hitters will have a chance at
the home-run money recently offered by
a Salt Lake merchant.
The City Amateur league season
opens today with the following games:
Ca'.der's Park vs. Kelth-O'Brlens, at
Calder's park; Woodmen vs. Orioles, at
Fort Douglas; Salt Lake ta'Nionals vs.
O. S. L. at Twelfth East and Fourth
Good Crowd of Horsey j
Down to Bco tho Spott-jfj
roat Work Exp" :M
INDICATIONS are that cc Ji5
; largest crowds of the s
H go down to Calderis park thl, Jj
lng to watch the Tvtoyy
of the harness horsw noj? ctii.'
the track. Tho fine weather of ft'
week has put tho tract In stii
and tho probabilities are that
boats will bo stepped off btfoj,
today. There are about fifty
horoeo now quartered at tho tiwi
almost every cme of thtm v?ill iJ?
a try-out this mornlr-.j. Tfl
horsemen have signified thalr ly
of going down to the track thii i5
lng to watch tho trials,
The racing Beacon opens ou'hiifi
tlon day with a big meet
management of C. Y. Ruii
JS00 will bo distributed Ja punMjB
that day. '
The event of-principal lr.tiiwi ifw.1
hor.se fanclera is th& frtcfoMj 3t
and pace. The speediest anli ml
the State will be entered in thHliW
Horses with marks ranging fren jjt
to :12 will meet, and th& prbUjjSr
are that the track record will h kdr
Among tho animals that rujt
pate in the free-for-all are Eobdlfe
Miss "Williams-,. Osmont, Borah QtW
Tombstone and Dr. Humelbaufh'i 3
In addition to tho big fret-for.iiiwX'-'1
there will be several class evcti J&
probably some running recta. 2mL
load of running horses will reatiX
this week from California &rA ?QS
training at once for the DecoritlsS
BAN FRANCISCO, April tisjk
at Oakland todty was marked t7
and exciting finishes. Tare iirm
and a second choice were Buccenftlxi
Tho surprise wa3 the vlciorrctf5jH
die Eelle in the first race. QuottitlB
to 1, she got off well. and. leadibjM
most from tho Btart, proved u A
winner over Flyor and Judye TecdB
See told the Judges that Fiaseer.liP
favorite, sulked. jf
The feature was tho mile tad ta
long handicap. Caronal, heavllr tm,
ported, went to the front early atyS
ridden out, from Illlllouon and Gn&M
Voterano, the favorite, mads t m
Eduardo, a 7 to 1 shot, took ti.'tM
year-old race by a neck from SakliH'
Money Mubs, Matt Hogan uJiflB
"Wagner finished heads apirt h &
fifth. Results; '
First race, elx and a half tdsM
sellln Dandle Belle won, Flyer ewf
Judge Voorhies third, Time, lAJi
Second race, four and a half fc'jyft
purse Eduardo won, Salable K-ak
Sea Air third. Time, ES sscondf. ;
Third race, mile and a slxtHntM
lng Redwald won. Kitty Kelly Ha
Goldflnder third. Time, 1:43. j
Fourth race, mile and a fain
handicap. Caronal won, IlllUmtai
ond, Grafter third. Time, lS. i
Fifth race, sis furlocgi, s
Money Mus3 won, Matt Hognsw
Louis Wagner third. Time, 1:15. '1
Sixth race, seven furlonjj,
Ananias won. Gateway sicosd, .
Little third. Time, 1 25.
Close at EinlocL
ST. LOUIS. April ZO.-Bsr'a
Monday the KInloch races will K
over the Delmar track Sununujr
First race, six furlowr-0
won, Satchel second, Maid third, i.
Second race, mile, selllnf-g
won, Ingolthrif t second, Tts
third. Time. 1.4G44. .A
Thfrd race, four and a half
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