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MSULTS ON THE BALL GROUND, THE TRACK AND FIELD 1
Ml W. OF U.
j Ip, S. Makes a Poor
1 1 -
I jrsity Students Encaur
JLjto Go After Highest
j jHonors in the State.
j i 0f Good Material. . v
fell victim to tho Unlvcr
lv Wtes who defeated them In
WVTr afternoon's dual meet
fflfeSL Ind compelled the Saint,
"on in mo of the field
llf tarns will Pt greatly from
Wbi lnts have now mot two
I Ulcbvll compete in he
4 i meet and they Knowjust
tevent. they have a flght-
7 Za. They will make use of thl
I S-cntopood advantage and spc-
E ".to- these particular lines with
j'of tftnnins out in the Stato
.rii contest the University's
I couple of good hurdlers was
Barked. Christy captured
3e.e events with ease, but
.number of hill athletes who,
It practice, could make him
; legs farther and faster in
n RWhi. The University also
Itvelop a. HtUe more In the
broad jump and shot put.
ammer throw Bennion and
Ih defeated "Birr" Joe Smith,
EOt even with j-horn by wln
t the shot putInThe ham-
Smith barely reached the
ark, while Bennion sent tho
at for 120 feet und CarlBon
Ith 112, Smith attributes his
lis Inability to practice tho
Ing failed to supply him with
2id dash was a. magnificent
llch Whitney carried off the
ths splendid time of 101-5.
t waa a pretty contest be
er and Pitt, who finished in
arced. The relay was some
fare. In this Bennion and
7?re the chief actors. For
5fty yards the two giants
ej side by side, but Smith
ti and Bennion finished a
dozen yards to the good,
ho ended up the race for the
dashed across tho tape Just
is swinging into the stretch.
t were greatly disappointed
d Jump when "Cuddy"" Rus
U feet IVi Inches on his last
!reby turned a seeming do
Ictory The best hp did In
former trials wae ISM. feet,
Ints are yet at a loss to un
.he Eeneatlonal performance
!iterwards evened up things In
eJump. in making the winning
jMiel Lsnd hit the cross rod.
winced up In the air. wabbled
md finally dropped back Into
! following Is a summary o the
n;i dash Whitney. U. of U.;
ft . U. of U . Christy. L. D. S. U.
IB 1-5 seconds.
W dafh-Whltney and Rldeout,
yj W Lund and Jackoon, L. D.
f pile-Wade. Judd and Brown,
l Time, ':24
J1 hurdles-Christy. L. D. S.;
i'SU' Jlme' 18 seconds.
Ck". Jim 57 seconds,
t ffiS' Judd and Drcs3"'
hurdics-chrlsty, L. D. S.;
JEl' n?vnllni Whitney and
tffciiwi'-?' V ' w- Lund. Smith,
'msP 30 Bennlon'
ifcfr. Hin i, C'aho". Dod Rl
jfappenefl to Brown."
fc Not Guilty.
?lnSroS!,h.and t0 clnch th,
IMS' bati I f?" 5fh" put UP
S day Can bcat
Mfe d stayed for two
hta bill jL4Sh0 wlndow
1BKfrlWr. breuifhi aa caPt""d
lH?,1? th, tT,.nt 1,ack and placed
IKln n-ai, iP c1" and decided
BtTal Thin k e,ufor lwo dnyB'
fedtt0 sh?td the man
iK. Iy vrorij oard for hIm-
'KWchat"ilat,,nslalled In the
SSor ' or ft1' Whlch re"
V Md, 'cam process of ex-
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All Hallows Baseball Team for 1904.
lilne-TJp: P, Quimi; c, Curran; lb, McLa-ughlin; 2b, Gallacber; Sb, Pope; ss, Stewart (etipt.); ly Grldley; c, Cowan; r, Griffin. '
FROM ALL HALLOWS
Tho Collegiate. InDtltuto baseball team
took a fall out of the All Hallows agrrre
catlon yesterday afternoon In the second
leatruo came of tho Inter-scholostlc eerics.'
The final score was 10 to fl.
The pitching of McJClece, tho Collcrria-to
twlrler. waa a fbaturo of tbo game. Mc
Nlece had good control and kopt his hits
well scattered throughout tho contest.
Nlelson at nccond bnso and Io Marr in
left field also distinguished themselves by
some clover work.
The All Hallows men wore weak at tho
bat and unablo to do muoh with tho de
ceptive twints handed out by the Collegi
ate slab artist.
Institute. All Hallows.
Hakonson c Curran
McNIeco p Qulnn
Troxall lb McLauRhlln
Niclson 2b Gallacbor
E. Larson 3b Pope
Hauxhurst a. 3 Stewart
Miller I.f Grldloy
A. Larson r.f Griffin
L.o Marr c.f Cowan
"Not tho Collegiates.
Tho Collcclato Institute ball players de
sire to have It undorutood ihat they were
not defeated by tho Union school team on
Friday, as reported yesterday morning.
A picked team railing themselves tho
Collcsiatc Institutes wcro defeated by tho
Union School nine, but It was not the
regrular Collegiate ball team.
Plenty of Ball Today.
The Local Amateur league begins Us
season today by playing three games. Tho
Calder's Park team and the Orlolc3 will
cross bats at Calder's. Th Woodmen
and tho O. S. L. will look horns at
Twelfth East and Fourth South. Tho
Salt Lake Nationals and the Kelth
O'Brlen aggregation will do tholr funny
stums up at Fort Douglas. All thrco
games v.ill bo called at 3:30 o'clock.
' Lucky jWino Wins.
Tho Lucky Nino of tho Hamilton school
defeated tho Websters Thursday by a
score of 7 to 6. and also defeated tho
Emersons by a score of 25 to 4. Howard
Young, the pltchor of tho Lucky Nine,
met with an accident by catching the bali
on his thumb, lift will not bo able to
pitch again for four weeks. Scotty Case
got a kick for missing a ball that was so
slick It wouldn't stick In his mlt. Line
up: First base, Forbes Dono: second baso.
Bill Grieve, third base, Dono Canablock;
shortstop. Matty Gallagcr; catcher. Bill
Klnghorn; pitcher. Teddy Egll: left field,
Paul Gallegor; ccntor field, Scotty Case;
f right field, Butchorman Somcrs.
Chance for Juniors.
The Riverside baseball team defeated
tho Pitt Streets yesterday afternoon In
a hurd-fought game by tho close 3coro
of 3 to 0 Tho Riversides are now out
with a challenge for any junior Iam In
tho city. Thrlr line-up Is as follows:
Jnmc3 Cottorol, catcher; Mostyn Parry,
rltcher; Fred Bronachsky, first base;
Frank Morgan, second baso: Charles Mor
gan, third base; James Giles, shortstop;
Calvin Millard, left field; John Jorvey,
center field; Robert Henderson, right
"Won a Close Game.
Tho Mosquito Flat team defeated Bill
J onion's Stars by a scoro of 2 to 1 aftev a
hard mime of ten Innings on Capitol hil
yesterday afternoon, Tho llno-up follows.
Mosqtiltos Bert Harrison, p ; W. John
son, c: C. Parsons, lb.; F. Paruons. 2b.;
V. Arnold, 3b.: Fat Papwortri, ss. , G-eorsm
Traynor, if.; Roy Farncs, If ; F. Rich. cf.
Jenson Stars Bill Jenson, p.; A. Rich,
c.; N. Arnold, lb.; Bill Lloyd, 2b.: Bunny
Hopple. 3b.; F. Brown, ss; J. Willie, rf.;
Ed Burloy, If.; John Bach, cf.
Scores of foreign newspaper men have
arrived in St. Louis to servo their pa
pers with World's fair news. French
and German newspapers are represent
ed most numerously, but there arc cor
respondents present from all European
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SIX STARTERS FALL
NEW YORK. May 7. At Morris park
today In the Now York oteeplechaso,
about two miles, b!x of -tho twelve start
ers fell. Jookey BramlH, who had the
mount on Moon Dabiy, fell at tho Jump
on the hill the lajrt timo around, and sus
tained injuries which may provo fatal.
vHo was removed, to tho Fordham hoopltal
in a dying condition. Summary.
First race, handicap, last xlx furlong of
tho Withers mile Shrine won, Montreson
second, Hallo third. Timo. 1:11.
' Second race, lour and a half furlongs of
tho Ecllpao course SU Bellano won,
Schulamllo second, Bank third. Time,
. Third race, the Bouquet stakes, nve fur
lonss Gold Ten won, High porn S2cond,
Wotorsldo third. Time. l:01Vi7
Fourth race, the ToboGEan handicap,
Ecllpao course nurst Park won, Kohl
noor second. Gay Boy third. Time, 1:14.
Fifth race; tho. Now York steeplechase,
i about two. m Ilea Caller won, Lavator sec
ond, St. Judc third. Time. 3:E6&.
Sixth race, selling, tho Withers mile
Nnmtor won, All Gold second, Akela
third. Time. l:-il;,
St, Louis Baces.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. Delmar park sum
mary: First race, four and a half furloncs.
purse MIbs Powell won, Paul Revere sec
ond, Zlnda third. Time. IrtiU.
Second race, six furlongs, selling Flora
Levy won, Nabockllsh second, Tickful
third. Timo. l;22ife.
Third race, sir furlongs, selling Ra
dium won, Satchel second, Thlabe third.
Fourth race, mile and an eighth. Mound
City Derby, valuo to tho winner about
Saw Bugler won, Barkloy second, Raln
Und third. Timo, 2:06?i.
Fifth race, nix furlongs, purse Charllo
Thompson Avon. Clare-mount second, Out
law third. Time. 1:21.
Slith racs, mile and an eighth, sailing
Lord Tennyson won. Larry Wilt second,
KxRpo third. Time. 2:0614.
Sovcml-. race, seven furlongs, selling
John Doylo won. Decoration second,
Fioral Wreath third. Timo, 1:36.
STttathcTS Hakes Purchase.
NEW YORK, May 7. At the sale of
hot sen which were the property of the
late y. C. Whitney, held In the paddock
b.i?or- the 'races at Morris Parle todny,
Lorviddas, 3, by Kajnburar-BoiBe, which
rcji . iifcor.d to Hamburg- Belle In the
futurity l?t year, was sold to E. E.
Smathero for MC.000 llr. Smathers al
so purchawd King Cole, ?- two-year-old
by Hajnbyrx-Blaeic Venus, for 5-1100.
SARATOGA. K. Y., May T.-Mmo. Jan
SJiGchrk, the cctrcne, left hnro today for
the Actors' home at New West Brighton,
fitnton Island, N. Y.. whero she will prob
ablv p3?n the remainder of her life. Sho
is 71 years of ago. During tho pa.st year
i-h "has bfon rared for by ber fomily
phv.-sician, Dr. James EL Kelly.
Col. Mills Exonerated.
WASH1NGTOM. May 7. It was said at
the War dopirtmcnt that Col. A. R Mills,
?uperlntond-r.t cf the West Point military
ocadeir.y, had hen exoDoctitcd of tho
ChargeB made againr.t him by Capt. J. W.
Walker, retired. The chorgo grow out of
the action of Col. Mills in ordering Capt.
Walker from tho ncadimiy grounds.
Leaves Now York Sun.
WASHINGTON, May 7. David S. Ear
ly, for fifteen years in charge of tho
Washington, bureau of the Now York Sun,
has resigned to become, on July 10, editor-in-chief
of the Providonca (R, L) Journal.
Goodwin & Van Pelt, lawyers, have
removed to suite 12-13 Commercial
Bob Fitzsimmons Starting to Take Light Exercise by Running Ten Miles by the Sido of a Horas.
Wins Bi( Victory Over ! I
Princeton ! 1 1
Best 1 Track Wwi n Yearr !; j I
in Point of Interest . ; ;H
and Records. ' ' I
i MoLanalian. of Tale Made Evert- ' ' U
Twolve Poet in Exhibition ' I ,
PoleVa.ult ij l
tv y BW 'HAVEN,1 CannMay. TWa j I
w today won the ajinual Bprinff I '
traok frames over Princeton, on
Yalo field, in a meet aa succaes- ' I
ful in point of interest tor the spec- iH
tatoro and in, point of records as any ' ! t
held here ' for many years. The star J
performance v.'as the world's pole- (
vault record, made by W. McLanahan, j
1505, of Tale, who vaulted a clean
twelve feet in exhibition. .
Tto records for Yale-Princetonrdnal J 1 I
meets wcro clso mado. John R, De- ' 1
wltt of Princeton throw the sixteen- j ,
pound hnmmor 164 feet G-Inches,, com- 1
inc close to hlz beat perfonnanao In I iH
tlio intercollegiate track meet. R T.. ,rH
Glas3, the Yale football guard, put the '
shot 60 feet 3& inchca, beating- th9 rec-- ' j
ord made in the Yale dual meet by I !
Fred 3cck, who holds tho intercol-
leslcte record. ' ' i
Princeton, with a team of lees thon f
tvrenty men, was hopelessly oatclaasad 1 i jH
in many of the eventu. ' ,
One hundred daah Won by Lowe,j j
Yale. Time, 10 seconds. j ,
One hundred and twenty-yard hurdle) I
Won by Clapp, Yale. Time, 16 sec- ' , '
Ono-milo runWon by Williams, j "i '
Princeton. Time, 4 minutes 312-5 Bec-j I (
Shot putWon by Glass.ale, 46 feet,i ,
3Vj inches. H
Four hundred and forty-yard daeh I ,
Von by Burnap, Yale. Time, 511-5 seo ! t
ondc. i I , ,
Two-mile nm Won by HaU, Yale: j tM
Timo, 10 minutes, C2 2-5 scconda. 1 I ,
Two hundred-yard hurdles Won by. I
Clapp, Yalo. Time. :24 2-5. . I , (Jj
Two hundred and twenty-yard da3h i 1 ! I'H
Won by Loiur. Yale. Time. 21 -1-5. ; ,(l i
Broad Jump Won- by Sheffield, Yale,'
23 feet Wz inohes. 'iH
Eight hundred and. eighty-yard run j UH
Won by Parsons, Yale. Time, 1 minute ' ' ' J
59 2-5 seconds, '( -,'
Hammer throw Won by Dewitt, i '
Princeton. 1G4 feet, 6 Inches. j ' ' 'H
Pole vault Won by McLanahan, '
Yale, 11 feet Inches. . !
High jump Won by Jack. Yale, 5 , IrH
feet U J.4 inches. r jH
Score: Yale, 77; Princeton, 27. IHI
AT THE HOTELS. J: H
'" Tko lTew Wilson. ! .
Yestordav's arrivals at the New Wilson I iH
European hotel wore: Mrs. Manslleld, j I jfl
Portland; C. E. Brown and wife, Janes- ',i J SB
vlllo, Wls.; Mrs. Laura Smith. Roanoko, ,
Va.; H. B. Mohler. DiUsbury, Pa.; G. W. , j
Moos. San Francisco; Hr C, Lovolcss, ' ,
Jfujiangton; A. P. Mlllstraup, Ogden; S. i ,
J. Fell, Portland; H. Enslnger and wlfo, y ,
Ogdon.; Charles F. Stnrtovozit, Blnshim;' ) t ,
S. W. Moheo, Jr., Donver, A. H. May, 1 i
Omaha; G. W. Stolle, Phlladeiphla.; G. I I ' VAl
Black, Rock Sprlru?v. Wyo.: Mrs, H. E.
Van Houeoii, Rawlins. AVyo.: R. W. ,
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N'otlcc Is hereby given that the partner-, 1 iKVJVJ
aldn heretofore existing between tho j U j
SndanS at 13 West Second South ,M Blflffl
JVJ 2it Lal-o City. UUih, la tlik? day , i1' t'H
dtewlvcd IV um'tuM consent, the said Guh L
MdandTr assuming .all. debts of said lata , ttM
flrra i and to collect .all oustond I wc accounts , t
thereof WILLIAM A. WALLACE ,