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I1 12 THE SALT liAKB ITttBTOTB: STUSTDAT MOlXCSTGr, MAY 8, 1904. 1
HI! ' Lb . ' - f - - - - -r-
if NOTABLE EVENTS OF A DAY IN THE DOMAIN OF SPoffl
I--V t I MORE IJg . P'M JtyBATfeE QEir R6HT?y '
I !' t 4-
........ T T T T TTTTTTTTTTtttf
Run Out of Ginger Too
l j; Act Very Much Like Quarter
Hj; ! Horses on the Home
, Butte Takes a Ragged but Interest-
H;i 1 in& Game, by Hitting and
1 ' Baso Running.
H i .
1 'HT ES. they did 11 again' The bunch
H' I , W from Sruoketown werc there at tlic
' i , 1 J. fl"'-sl1 again yesterday, and as a
( i : result the U-.rrO garr.o of the. series
j v.'cr.l lo tho Miners by a margin of one
un. With tv.o men goi:e In the ninth ln-
i I . "Ins Butte got busy, ami lon hits by
jj i 1 : Wllmot, Hunklo and McHale brought in
j ' ; ! ' Lrt-o nins. enough to tie the scoro and
)', wm the game. Score Butte 12, Salt Lako
;i' ' ! ' The article of ball handed out yestcrdav
1 'V " 1 , was rather on the brush league order, bu" t
Hl j T ."- tbc Jicorc slg-zagged
Hl1' r (K7f - along enough to
i . ' 7 Iceep up interest.
Hji I, ; ? yj" The Miners secured
, i i'l P. A nineteen hltM off
i t , - " i?Xv Jensen and Tozer,
T ' tf&fAs v-hllo Drlnkwator
: I 7 jg$Z allowed the Elders
r i,"' j r-jrf:2' fourteen. Butlo
H'i j ( 7Yvr mado six errors,
1 , ' ' rmt V J J three of which were
I ! ' If cVvs jt committed by "Sun-
' ' ' I vVi & ' J'm" Shaffer.
I ' 1 J Salt Lake escaped
' . M j I ' Tho Elders aa
, i I1! ' u&ual started out
' ' v brilliantly, and In
, 'Air the llrst four lu-
1 i h nlnRs piled up six
; , ,i , u tallies to the Ml-
! ' i rrn,. tij nerB' one Jensen
l WUmot Sad WA9 pitching fairly
i ' i "Wings When good ball and kept
Ahvoid 8Uff clcntl,y to pro-
, I , AOioaa. vent much run get-
1 1 ') : i I '-In the Blxth Inning occurred tho daily-
1 t , ! l i ' balloon ascension, and before Jensen's
l y,, i ; narachute reached terra flrma. the Smokc-
i j. , i (own players had marked up six runs
H 't i Kvcry man on the Butte team took a turn
i JsM ; i at the bat In this inning, moro than half
H him ' (,f them getting safe hits. Jensen assist-
i fflft1, ed the Miners by
ll V walking two of
H , their number and feSjv5Sr-.
V hitting a third
' . one with a -!,
l :. !i pitched ball.
1 ;i "When tho dlsas- y
H, . j I p .1 ter ended Butto v
' I I ft i , l was two tallies M V(0
H' I I ahead. f J$
iTtf . ' In the eighth
'ii'li the Elders rallied 4 X
l i! 5' J ' I and three runs (A) k--T
HH 'i '-ame "Weed ' v l jv
T .rfcS! and Glmlln wcro ... J JMiL
; !J I f Hit by pitched -"it
i In i balls, Hausen got
'l llVl('j a single, and'
H i ' '.Uli I3ruyelte conclud- cwr-in tjtj
A Pd with a nice lndi J10 ,a
f ' double, All of Very Mild Kick.
which combined to help matters, and when
tho Miners took their turn at tho "willow
In the ninth they woro one shy.
Right her was where the Butto players
showed their linlshlhg qualities. Tho llrst
two Mind's perished and it looked llko a
pipe for Salt Lake. But the worst was
yet to come.
Wllmot awattcd out a long, high one to
deep middle and before the ball was re
turned to the diamond Wllmot was at tho
three-quarters pole. Runkle helped mat
ters with a doublc-sacker out toward tho
left garden, which brought in Wllmot and
tied the score.
The Grand Finale.
Then camo Jlm
mio McIInle. tho
05Sb . jyA, Butte middle flcld-
A2?aa1j? cr McHale missed
TS on tho third swing
faa$fft drove the ball over
i$L in the direction of
mkJk X&s 1110 Penitentiary. Tt
f miffrtv WIls a vjclous wal-
I2jr IXLLhWtl lop and the fleet-
'7 -flQveTH footed Jimmle can-
Vgi&Ay.F tercd around to tho
.v.Sont thr( clI8hion bc.
fore the horseshldo
was located und
Kellacky4 fielded back. This
scored Runkle and the game wa3 won.
When tho .Elders came to the bat In
their half .of the ninth Inning, thoy. tried
hard to win out In a driving finish.
"Dutch" Mulier hit out a two-bagger to
the middle field, but In trying to mako it
good for three sacks, perished.
Weed followed with a single. "Lucky
Dog' Glnlln went to second on an error
by Spencer, who dropped a long flv that
Hliould have been captured. TozcV had
perished on a drlvo to first base and Bill
Hausen came to tho bat, with tho re
sponsibility of a gamo resting on his
Tho Elders needed two runs. to win and
Weed and Gimlln were at third and sec
ond respectively. A single by Hausen
sg& would havo cinched
'Vfrffl tho contest With
doubtful hearts tho
. j fans waited.
V-Wt swung ' onco
t-sfKjjA and missed. Ho
(. ) swung again and
"l&WSl s did no better. For
A. ? the third Umo ho
leaned qgalnBt tho
k 'l willow with all his
might and following
YSljvj 'n the footsteps of tho
&jsxia& mighty Cocy, struck.
OUt. s ,
It was all over and
onto mdro the hopes
Bmyette Wore an. of tho Elder admlr
Expectant Air- rihSWnlS
and a Suit. Following, is . tho
score: , , ,' .
BUTTE. "" .
AB. "R. BTL PO. A.E.
Spencer; 1. f. 5 3 1 0 0:1
Ward, 2 15...., ! 1 11 n 0
Hoffmclslcr, S b .... 5 0 1 3 5 1
Sbafren 1 b....f G 1 . 2 '13 0 3
Wllmot, r. f 4 12 0 0
Runkle, a. s rt. 1 "1 2' 2 1
McHale. c. f..- C, 3 C 1 1 0
Swindells, c G ' 1 3-' 3' 4' "o
Drlnkwatcr, p 5 .1. -2. 0 2 0
Totals ...V I1..-10" " 12 " 10 27" 15( 6
', SALT, LAKE.
AB.'H. BII. PO: A. E
Mullcr, 1. f..w. ...... (511000
Weed, 3b 5 2 2' 1 3 0
Glmlln, r. f 5 1 1 1 ' 0 0
Hausen, c G 2 2 i 1 0
Dulmas. 2 b 6 113 2 0
Kellackoy. 1 b 4 1 0 12 1 1
Bruyette, b. s 4 13 18 0
Ward, c. f... 5 11 4 1 0
Jensen, p 3 1 1 3 0 2 1
Tozler, p 1 0 0 1 0 0
Total ..................44 U 14 27 13 2
Score by Innings '
Butto 010 016 11212
Salt Lako Ill 301 13011
Sacrifice hits Bruyctto. Stolen bascsrr
SchnJfor, McHale, Mullcr, Delmas, 2. Bases
on balls On! Jensen, 3; Tozler. 1: Drink
water, 1. Two-baso hits McIIalo, 2;
SwlndHIs, Mullcr, Hansen. Bruyctto, Jen
sen. Threc-baso hits Wllmot, McHale.
Double plays Ward to Bruyette to Del
mas, Hit by pitched ball Ward, 2. Hoff
mclstcr, Weed, Gimlln, Kellackey. Struck
out By Jensen, 2; Tozler, 1; Drlnkwatcr,
6. Wild pitches Tozler, Drlnkwatcr. Timo
of game, two hours forty-llvo minutes.
Uaipirc, J. Peck Sharp. Attendance, 100).
BY BOISE PETS
Slugging Contest Goes to the Credit
of the Idaho Boys, Who Hold a
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE. Ida., May 7. Boise 14, Spo
kane S. That is the score In the
fifth game" of the series, played
hero this week, and it robs the
Indians of the fondly-cherished hope of
taking" the lead from the McCloskey
ltes at this time. It was a good exhibi
tion, notwithstanding the number of
runs. Boise batted Dammann out of
the box, and he was relieved after the
fourth, Carney succeeding him. Still
Boise hammered the sphere mercilessly
until at the end of the seventh Boise
had charged up thirteen runs to only
two for Spokane. In the first of the
eighth, however, the Indians put on
their swatting clothes. Rockenfeld sent
one lo the shrubbery at deep left and
scpred a home run, and Martlnke plant
ed one Immediately after almost In tho
same spot, and got to third. Then there
was a procession. It became so hot for
Blewett that McCloskey puiled him out
in the middle of the Inning and put
Thompson in the box. Even then the
Indians landed one more run, making
six for the inning. There was little to
the game after that. Rockenfeld Was
the favorite of the day with a three
bagger and a single at a critical point
to his credit, In addition to the home
rub. Blewett pitched a nice game for
seven Innings. He was notlceablv an
gered at hiiing- pulled out.
SPOKAXE. . I
, AB. R. BH. PO. A. 13.
Ferris,, ss. 4-1 l o l 0
Murdock, cf. C 0 0 1 0 1
Rockenfeld. .2b. S 1 3 .2 3 0
aiartlnkc. If 6. 2 2 2 0 1
Frary, lb 4" 1 l n n o
Rellly, 3b 5 1 'l i' i j
Holland,, rf. G -.12100
Stanley, c 4 0 1-5,2,0
Dammann, p i .0. 0 1 2 0
.Carney, p. 3 1 2 0 6 0
, Totals ..' ..41 8 13' 27 11 "i
. BOISE. J
1 ' AB. R; BH. PO. A. E.
Houtz, If "4. 3 1' 1 - 0 0
Marshall, rf 3 1 l i o 0
Hummond, cf. ...... .-1 : 0- l oy' 0 0
McKcvltt. cf. and rf 4 3.1 l o 1
O'Connell, 2b '. 5 3 3 2 0 0
EiEcy, lb. '. ..'6 l s' 13 l o
Cook. 3b. 4 2 2- 2 ' 4 0
Babbitt, bs t.v4 1 ,2 2 5 l'
Hanson, c, 6 0 2 5 2 0
Blewett, p. , 5 ' 0 1 0 0 0
Thomps6ii,-p .'. 0 i 0- 0 0 1 3 0
Totals 41 14 17 27 . 15 2
Scdro" by innings''
Spokane 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 08
Boise ..w..O 1 2 1 2 4 3 1 014
Sacrifice hits Frary, Marshall, Cook.
Earned runs Spokane S, Bolso 5. Left on
bases Spokano S, Boise 6. Stolen bases
Ferris, Houtz. TWo-base hits Rocken
feld, Martlnke. Homo run Rockenfeld.
Bases on halls-r-Off Dammann 3, off Can
ney 1, off Blowctt 2. Hit by pitcher By
Carnoy 1. by Dammann 1. "Wild pitches
i Carnoy -3. Time of game 2:10. Umpire
McCarthy., Attendance 500.
Pocatello Fans Desire a Team.
Spccia to Tho Tribune
POCATELLO, Ida., May 7 While Po
catello, was not able to got in on the Pa
cific National league, tho prospects are
now bright for some good amateur games
here this season- A proposition Is on foot
to organize a four-olub league, compris
ing the towns of .Pocatello, Idaho Falls,
Blackfoot and Sr. Anthony. Tho Poca
tello "fans" aro pushing the proposition
pretty hard and are meeting with encour
agement from the "fans" In tho other
towns named. Tho question will be do
cldcd Sunday, when our club will try con
clusions with tho club at Idaho Falls.
Won Close Battle.
CHICAGO, May 7. Wllhclm was very
effective for four lnnlnss today, but the
locals hit him hard and timely in tho
noxt four. Two singles and a doublo
Martcd Boston off with two runs In tho
first, Wicker's passes and poor support
scoring tho other three. Attendance, 4500.
R. II. E.
Chicago 000 010 41 C 11 4
Boston 20-3 001 110 5 10 1
Batteries Wicker and KUng; Wllhclm
Two-baso hits, McCarthy. Garncy and
Chance. Three-base hits, Evers, Casey.
Struck out. by Wlckor C. Bases on balls,
off Wicker 3, off Wllhclm 3. Umpire,
Trolley Dodgers Beaten.
CINCINNATI. May 7. Cincinnati found
Poole's delivery comparatively easy, but
did not get tho full value of their hits In
runs. SuthofTs wildness aided Brooklyn
in their scoring. Attendance, 7000. Score:
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 000 201 30 C 12 0
Brooklyn 000 LOO 020 4 7 0
Batterlos Suthoff and Schlel; Poole and
Earned runs, Cincinnati u. Brooklyn 2.
Two-busc hits, Kelly. Odwell. Babb, I-Iug-glns.
Three-base hit, Woodruff. Homo
run. Dolan. Bases on balls, off Suthoff C,
off Poole &. Struck out. by Suthoff 3, by
Poole 1 Umpire, O'Day.
Homo Run in Tenth Inning.
PITTSBURG, May 7. With Doylo oh
first In tho tenth inning Dooln hit to tho
center field fence for a homo run. Up to
that time bnlv one man on each sldo had
reached third base. Attendance, 6100.
SCOrC: R, IT. E.
Pittsburg- 000 000 000 0-0 C 2
Philadelphia 000 000 000 2-2 4 1
Batteries Lee vcr and Phelps; Dugglcby
Earned runs Philadelphia. 1. Two-baso
hits Clarke, Wagner. Homo run Dooln.
Struck out By Lccver, 1. Bnse on balls
Off Leevcr, 2. off Duggleby, 2. Umplro,
St. Louis Hoodooed.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. Tho lodmU stream of
tho St Louis National league team con
tinued in the opening gamo with New York
hero todav, the visitors winning in a ninth
inning finish. Attendance, 7S00. Score:
R H E
St. Louis 000 100 000-1-' 5 2
Now York! ,000 000 002-2 0 1
Batteries J. Taylor and Grady; L. Tay
lor. McGltmlty and Bowermun.
Earned runs New York, 1C. .Two-baso
hits Becklfty. Three-base hits McCor
mlck, Bresnahan. Base on balls Oft J.
Taylor, 1. Struck out By J. Taylor, 1; by
L. Taylor, 2; by McGlnnlty, 2. Umpire,
Johnstone and Moran.
Denver Wins Again.
DENVER. May 7. Jarrott for Sioux City
was found for twelve hits today and Den
ver won as It pleased. High wind Inter
fered with deep fielding. The gamo was
slow throughout. Score:
R. H. E.
Denver Ml 100 00-5. 12 0
Sioux City 010 000 0001 C 3
Batteries Vol lendorf and Lucia; Jarrott
OMAHA. May 7.-The local team colo
brated their ho.ne-comlng and tho open
ing of tho season on the home grounds by
defeating the visitors by a score of 7 lo 3.
Tho usual opening ceremony, Including a
speech from tho Mayor, preceded tho
game, which was won by suporb pitching
and errorless playing by the locals. Score?
R. II. E.
Qaiaha 401 101 0007 13 0
Dcs Moines 200 ICO 000-3 5 4
Batteries Schafstall and Gondlng; Har
vey and Boalos.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. May 7. ,
Colorado Springs and St. Joseph gamo
Long Hits Win.
CLEVELAND. O,, May 7. Cleveland
beat Detroit again today by making long
hits off Donovan. The scoro was tied in
the sixth, Bradley hit a homer, and in tho
sovcuth. after Donovan struck out two,
Joss tripled and Bay made a homo run.
Attendance, 2100. Scoro:
R. IT. E.
Cleveland 100 101 20 5 9 1
Detroit 000 101 000 2 S 0
Batteries Joss and Bomls; Donovan and
Rally in the Ninth.
CHICAGO, May 7. The locals won a
close game from St. Louis today by a
groat batting rally In tho last Inning.
Two of the visitors. Sugden and Burkett,
woro put out of the gamo for kicking.
Attendance, 5C00. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 102 Ml 002 S 15 1
St. ' Louis 301 0 003 7 14 1
Batteries Altrock. Walsh and Sullivan;
Pclty, Sudhoff, Sugden and Kahoe.
Nevr York, 6; Boston, 3.
BOSTON, May 7. Now York won out
today, C lo 3, In a hitting contest, by
bunching hits and taking advantage of
Boston's mlsplays in tho third inning. La
Chanco accopted seventeen chances with
out an error. Attendance, 11,100. Scbre:
R, H. E.
New York 003 000 001 C 11 3
Boston 000 002 OOJ 3 C 2
Batteries Chesbro and Magulrc; Dlnccn
Washington Still Losing.
PHILADELPHIA, May 7. Tho locals
again defeated Washington today by su
perior playing. Attendance, 7000. Score:
R, H. E.
Philadelphia 003 003 23-ll 15 2
Washington 000 C01 030 4 10 3
Batteries Waddcl and Schrcck; Jacob
son and Drill.
PACTEIC COAST LEAGUE.
Hard Batting Wins.
PORTLAND, Or., May 7. Portland's
hard batting won tho gamo today from
Oakland. Tho Portlandcrs landed on Gra
ham fifteen times, thrco of which wero
thrce-baso hits. Thielmon pitched well
throughout and after the first Inning re
ceived good support. Freeman, who broke
his ankle In tho game yesterday, will not
bo ablo to play for a month at least. At
tendance, 3000. Score;
R. II. E.
Portland 023 ICO 12-9 15 3
Oakland 030 100 0105 7 6
Batteries Thlelman and Shea; Graham
and Lohman. Umplro, Huston.
Yerkes Is Generous.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 7 Up to the
ninth Inning today every ono of tho An
gels Jhat mado tho circuit was stated on
tho routo with a free pass by Pitcher
Yerkes. Baum pitched anexcellent gamo
and with tho usslstance of good fielding
prevented the locals from scoring after
the first inning. Score:
R. H. E.
Los Angoles 100 210 001-5 It 3
San Francisco 00 000 0002 8 3
BatterlcB Baum and Spies; Yerkes and
Leahy. Umpire, McDonald. J
Rough and Tumble Gamo.
-SEATTLE, Wash., lay 7. Tacoma beat
Scattlo by a scoro of 11 to 6 In a rough
and tumble game. It was givo and take
until the seventh Inning, when errors of
Judgment by Shields and Delahanty set
the ball rolling and Tacoma got flvo runs,
Including battery orVors of both sides
there were twenty errors In tho game.
Both Kcefo and Shields wcro nervous. In
ono Inning Kecfo hit three batters. with
wild pltchd balls. ShleldB gavo way in
the Inst of the seventh to Young Hall, who
pitched fairly good ball for tho remainder
of tho game. Score:
R HL E
Seattle 120 200 Oil 6 9 5
Tacoma ,.....-..022 000 60211 11 3
Batteries Shields, Hall and Wilson;
Kccfe and Graham. Umpire, O'ConnolL
At Kansas City Kansas City, 1; Colum
At Milwaukee Milwaukee, 7; Louis
At St, Paul SL Paul-Indianapolis game
See Keith-O'Brien's window Sunday
and Monday for the "sewing" clone in
the public schools, for the SL Louis
HIS NAME A HOOD'00,
JAP POOR HAS IT CHANGED
HARTFORD CITY, Ind , May 7.
Hoodooed by a name apparently un
sulted for a good baseball player and
handicapped by his erratic ball playing
a Hartford City man has secured a new
name and profitable position in the
Every baseball player and fan In In
diana and the Three-I league knows
Jap Poor. He first achieved fame by
his formation of the Indiana State
league, and later the gas belt league.
All his enterprises were promoted with
out finance and were short lived. Never
discouraged Jap Poor would lose no
time in getting to another State, where
he would attempt a similar enterprise,
but always with the same result. The
first snow flj' caught Jap with his. sum
mer togs, and he would find employ
ment then behind the bar, although an
At the first sign of spring Jap Poor,
who was tending bar In this city, dis
appeared as mysteriously as he came.
Later a letter was received from him
stating that he was signed by the
Louisville team. Today word was re
ceived from him that he would play
shortstop for cither the Kansas City or
Louisville club under the name of John
Wagoner. Manager Tebeau liked his
work. Poor says that he believes the
hoodoo has been broken by his change
of name, and his Identity has been lost
to the nemesis which pursued him re
lentlessly. Poor's Hartford City friends
hope that "Johnny Wagoner" will make
good, and believe that he will.
Ogdon Has Games in View.
OGDEN, May 7. Tho Ogdcn team of
the Utah-Wyoming leaguo goes to Evans
ton tomorrow morning to play their sec
ond ga-ne with tho team of that city.
The local team has arranged for games
at Ogden, with tho Fort Douglas sol
diers on May 22, and tho Cleveland Com
mission company July 3 and 4.
At Cambridge Harvard, G; Williams, 2.
At Providence Yalo. 10; Brown, 1.
At Ithlca Columbia, 7; Cornell. 0.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania, C; Prince
YALE BEAT THE NAVY
ON THE WATER
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May !. Tho Yalo
eight defeated tho naval academy crew
this evening by a boat length In a two
mllo raco on the Sovorh river. Tho wa
ter was very rough and the raco did not
take place until after sundown. Yale won
out in, the last half mile by a spurt. Tlmo:
Yale, 10-23; Navy. 10:31.
INTENSE WON THE
$600 NURSERY STAKE
LOUISVILLE, May 7. Intense, a 20 to
1 shot, owned by C. W. Mopre pf Los An
geles, won tho $6000 Nursery stakes for 2-ycar-olds
at Churchill Downs today. In
tho steoplochaso -Step Lightly was killed
by falling at tho sixth jump.' Jockoy Mc
Auliff was stunned but soon regained con
First raco, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Delmonico won; Name Okie, second;
New Mown Hay, third. Time, 1:23V
Second race, llvo furlongs Miss Inez
won; Walter Arnold, second; Lawlor,
third. Time, 1:01.
Third race, mile Prince Sliver Wings
won; Ed Tlerney, second; Lonsdale, third.
Fourth raco, tho Nursery stakes, four
and a half furlongs Intenso won; Blue
Bird, second; Olzau, third. Time. :54j-
Fifth race, ntccplechaso, selling, full
course Itacatlara won; Dr. Powlln. sec
ond; Gov. Boyd, third Time, not taken.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yardB, sell
ingBarney Burke won; St. Hera, second;
Discus, third. Time, 1:47.
Tame Going at Chicago.
CHICAGO. May 7. Worth summary:
First race, six furlongs Monastic II
won; Don Domo, second; Alllsto, third.
Timo, 1:12 4-C.
Second race, five furlongs, selling King's
Trophy won; Philanthropist, uecond; Lu
.zarlon. third. Time, 1:01 1-5.
Third race, mllo and a quarter Potheen
won: Little Elkln, oecond; Mauser, third.
Time, 2:07 1-5.
i Fourth race, mile and an eighth Port
Royal won; Gregor K, second; Banter
third. Time, 1:53.
Fifth race, six furlongs Big Ben won;
Irene Llndsey. . second; Beau Ormonde,
third. Time, 1:13.
Sixth race, mile Trinity Bcllo won;
Falkland, second. Soldier of Fortune,
third. Time, 1:41 1-5.
KOLITZ POPULAR EXCURSION
To Ogden, Via D. & R. G., May 8.
Fare $1.00 for the round trip. Special
train leaves Salt Lake U:30 a. m. Re- )
turning leaves Ogden 9:00 p. m. A nice
outing for everybody. Refreshments
served free on tho train.
KEEP YOUR EYE ON CASTILLA. 1
SEASON CLOSES f
AT OAKLAND W
Large Crowd Attends thil gi
and Bettors Have a &Kjj
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7.-
successful season in & j ;t
of California racing esdtiij &
land today, and the
witnessed by a very large fci ft
grandstand and the tettlnj ria
thronged. Well-played W
generally successful. Thi fcj
the card was the mile anl i n
handicap. It resulted In 1 1
tory for Caronal, an 8 to 1 fa
beating Veterano In a driye. h
ser, who, coupled with G.
hern, was favorite, flnliitf''
Jones, on Veterano. made a
foul against the winner, toifcj
allowed. The stewards feU a
provement of Caronal TCasriSM?
den and suspended the sUUtofBt'
Chappell and Jockey TomarhiH
definitely. The stewards rtE:
Jockeys Bozeman and BirBl
have been on the ground
time. Bonner was reinstall
for Charles and John McCi&MBC
Weather fine, track fast. HiB
First race, six and a tilifBf
selling Yellowstone won, Bclflh
ond, Profitable third. Time, LSMfc
Second race, one mile uS.flN
tcenth, selling Oscar Tolle
signed second, Dr. Shorb uiri'Jfc
Third race. Futurity cours, tv
Andrew B. Cook won, OcyrcUajlJ
Clausus third. Time. 1:10.
Fourth race, handicap, eCjmP!
eighth Caronal won, Vettna
Joe Lesser third. Tlm, 15W-
Fifth race, two miles,
dient won, Rio ShansoJ g,1
Searcher third. Time. 3:ilH.
Sixth race, mile and a tliteMBF
lngj. v. Kirby won, Pl'Ieu'.J
ond, David S. third. Time, IIP
CLAUDE WINS THE
KANSAS CITY. May 7.-0b! tu
four-time Derby winner, W
with ease the Elmridge fcawl j
Iris in two lengths ahead of J j
Moharlb, the winner of the w- W
Derby, was third. Sunoau! U
First race, mile, selling-R n
many won, Erne second, LfcJ W
Time. 1:43. . , J J?
Second race, five and a .
longs, purse-Skillful ttod, A l
second. Actlne third. Time, 1JH C i
Third race, four and a WJ f
purse-Vidalia won, .Sptalw J
second. Quindaro third. Tire
Fo3urth race. Elmridge
and one-eighth miles. '
Claude won. Elliott second. W
third. Time, 1:39. ;
Fifth race, six furtonp JJF P
Nervator won. Irish Jewel
Idrls third. Time, i:18Ur .f
Sixth race, four and a
second. Adare third. Tftne.Wi
onds. ,m j
ACTIVITY AMONG HORSE
. : tl
1, of lui
This has been a fcj.
Calder-a track Wcamo on y
or. but onco again the w .
mare, Juno WUk, Jwi
well within herself Ima l
and takes her work wgn Kit
ways eager to step fast ,
There were a n""'10Itun, W ,
Mr. Joe Richards wl uw & ,
over to Edwards for tram MC
nre some among the beit oi
with a' mark of 2 tf buJr k
JTanasor RucN Is cr ,,
mer and paint b?? '"UuP. i
roundlngs. all to the
public and of 0fse,?nTilr
forward to Decoration d c ,s
pcclktlon of bavins the g
given In Utah for the o$uw ,c
son's races. rJ
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