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X SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1904. Hfl
! DEFEAT SAINTS
figs and naoniran
3ig Jim" Had Lots of
Speed, but Lacked
Hanniran Missed Three Easy
Chances That Were Costly to
Standing of the CIuds.
lf! Ij- rc-
li Solsc 23 1G .564
W Bpokanc 22 1G .563
Butte 14 20 .412
M? Salt Lake 14 21 .400
(T Yesterday's Games.
R' Salt Lake 3. Boise 7.
. Butte 2. Spokane 12.
5- Today's Games.
Sj- BoI-ce at Salt Lake.
fjb Ppokane at Butto.
ft 7 ES, It happened to Salt Lake all
l right, but wasn't it sad! After se-
B curing fourteen safe hits off M
Closkcy's star slab artist, to be
thrown down and trampled upon Is
j enough to make oven tho stone-hearted
1 rtep. Hannlvan's errors and Wlggs
I - wlMness -were the distracting features
: that tended to lower our reputation with
i the roan that figures tho percentage. Net
one of Boise's seven runs were earned,
tffhlle Salt Lake's measly three tallies
pcro earned and fully deserved. It was a
ji most peculiar game and one that does
1 not occur very often, for which Salt Lake
5 should bo duly thankful.
Bruyettc Is on the pick list with a bad
jj hand and Hannlvnn was called In from
$ ihfl outfield to play shortstop. "Harm "
, can handle most anything that happens
out toward the middle garden, but he is
J not veil acquainted with the territory be
f trrifn second apd third base. Lino drives
I aryi scorching grounders were not well
3 melvcd by Ilannlvan, whoso baseball
$ childhood has beon spent among the weedB
ft and daisies of the outer garden. Consc-
qucntly he made three costly errors that
5 went a long way toward losing the game
i for the Elders,
li Wiggs Was Wildv
lt "BUr Jim" Wlggs was on tho rubber and
Aw speed to burn. Unlortunately, how
ifly"cr, Wlggs could not locate the plate
u T often an Jeven Bolso batters went
f toflrat after waiting In vain for a strike,
r when Wlggs put them over they came bo
t that the Infants had hard work to
I locate them and six retired without as
nucn as touching the horschlde. A. little
i wou,1 have helped matters won-
J ofrfully and perhaps won the game.
I jvijgs also contributed two selections to
? the error column.
i ' IcFarlan of Bclsc was touched up quite
? fj 7 but had Perfect control and 3tead
$ M iovn when matters reached a crisis,
-j fourteen times the Elders rapped him.
1, uut good luck and strong support kept
;K out all but three runs. McFarlan walked
( vffo men and struck out five.
I How It All Happened.
tLn lhe nrEt Inning Boise got one run.
i s ?. 011 ba,,s nnd R had throw to
? ?,ik.V .hjgs netted the visitors a lone
,1 uTll5)Por2re lno side was retired.
i- ti,5 ,n.01.""h an error by Ilannlvan, con
s' li ,u . l,wo "hiplcs, let In another run.
JM.! slxLh .another error by Hannlvnn.
tt iJj?.,orUbal,s and a three-sack drive by
a Houtz netted the Fruit Pickers
L io more runs.
i nJlifr clKhth an error by WJggs. n base
flitS.3?.? tnrec hits admitted two ad
s' Sl nLl.a,.,,es . Two bascs on baIls and
ln the last Inning brought In
? JleVK? "'"', nWns a total of seven for
i '"ClMkcy'fl delegation.
- tur S.a,nts' by dlnt of hard slugging, bc
i ton hiYI ns l? tha cchth after 'two
a donhi b,"n retired. Three singles and
- ?,?b1e. did the business,
j ' tea tnPiJ5r 41!' Xvas madc ,n the fourth
f" ttfl nn. ,the Salnt3 Walloped Ollt tWO '
H.nies a,ld a sacrince.
TtoHn f? was jci'laced at short by
rlteh J 8ev,erUh lnn,ne and the young
CnHVed.,lk.c a vetcran. In the
S thrcc hmlngs Tozcr made three
)hwS5 wd a nut0"t- 11,8 fast fielding
4ft&mh?Vier at thl!'d arier Buck had
TtiS? Til1Kmtb.as,l0.d ,th0 ba for two
f hits Tlcc and madc two
j'f Weaver's Sensational Catch.
? Weaver In the sixth i0-
nh hnlwi9 though the air to head
; lund M2?,,df and ca"?ht It with one
"talnrd ,hl i ? n,id ovcr' but BU,t
iben twnhnspnerlod and retIred the side
if Pon i m?n were on bates.
'I snowing la the score:
Sbbltt s" J " 0 0
; WanB;ps;:-":;;::j j I i j
!, T0UIs M 7 7 27 1
i SALT LAKE.
fuller 1 t A'P- R- P.O. A. 15.
f gacien c '"" r ? 1 7 1 0
;SlmaS lb g j 1 j ? 0
j f ftrong . , 1 2 4 l o
: ' 8 2 0 2 1 3 0
jLB& Winnings-41 3 11 27 9 5
Bvfau Lake 1C0 012
Ean,M " 000 100 020- 3
Flanner'VP' 3" Sa"mco hlt
Babbitt; ' I V.ff i0rVDelma8- Stolen bane
MSke- H vll 0,1 haes-Boloo. 10: Salt
ry. MuiieA vrwo"b!15? hits-Weaver.
f!luu. n , ,1' 'sks. Threo-baso hit
PftPlaty-Gmlin to Clark. lilt
SKvJ.j"w. 6-hv m nlro,nB- Struck out-By
K J 'r TImr, Mc.F'iran, B. Wild pUch-
,0n' ATttTncc4'3m U,ro-'V
Tale, 1; Princeton, 10.
PRINCETON, N. J., Juno 11. Score:
, R. H. E.
Tale . 010 000 000 1 7 a
Princeton 000 007 03 10 10 0
LONDON. June 11. Tho committee of
Oxford and Cambridge universities, hav
ing In chargo tho arrangements for the
athletic meeting with tho Harvard-Yale
team, will meet June 13 to consider the
condition suggested by the Americans
and to fix a dntc for the contest. It seems
probable" that the date- will bo July 23,
Vanderbilt's Horso Winnor.
PARIS. Juno 11. W. K. Vanderbilt's
Marl Gold won the summer handicap at
tho Longchamp races today.
WILL PITCH TODAY
Elmer Meredith will pitch this nfternoon
and Manager GImlln has promised the
fans that he will win or die in the at
tempt. Bolso and Salt Lake are now tied
In the week's series with two games apiece
and tholocals will mukc a strenuous ef
fort to cop tho odd game today. Tomor
row the Tnfants and Elders will clash
again. The teams piny Monday Instead
of Tuesday for the reason that June 13 Is
Miners' Union day. and an Increased at
tendance Is anticipated, particularly in
Ed Bruyetto, the Elders' popular short
stop, will not be able to play for several
dv!m'BrH.y.ctte ha? nn Injured hand that
Tin S?P hlll on tll bcnch u,,tH the lat
ter part of tho week at leasL
i TtUB' th.? new slalj artist from Wash-
' b0 rked some time this
v,oek. Titus Is a nlc appearing young
fellow who has the action of a ball player
and Manager GImlln believes that he will
pr.i a AJa,uabIe addition to tho Saints'
Remember, today's gamo begins at 3
o'clock instead of 3:30 p. m.
Standing of the Clubs.
xr , , L. P.c.
New lork 29 55 574
Cincinnati 31 3 fi74
gh'cago , 28 14 -GCT
Pittsburg 23 IS .561
St- Louis 21 2 .147
Brooklyn ; ..,19 27 ,m
Boston fi . 27 372
Philadelphia s 31 .2(6
St. Louis, 5; Brooklyn, 2.
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. June 11. Thero
wn? llttlo excitement In the game at
Washington park this afternoon, the St,
Louis team easily defeating tho home
nine. Jack Taylor allowed the locals only
five hits. Attendance, 6C00. Score:
T , R. H. E.
St. Louis 100 000 130-6 13 1
Brooklyn 100 000 0012 5 1
Batterlea Taylor and Grady. Cronln and
RItter; two-bane hits Shannon, Barclay.
Burge; three-base hit Taylor; base on
balls, off Taylor 5; struck out, by Taylor
5, by Cronln 1. Umpire. Hurst.
Boston, 1; Pittsburg, 19.
BOSTON. June U.-Thc Boston Nation
als went to pieces today and Pittsburg
scored at will. Willis was batted out of
the box In the third inning and Stewart
was batted almost as hard. Attendance.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg...., Oil 002 f.03 19 15 3
Boston 010 000 000 1 C 7
Batteries Leevcr and Phelps; Willis,
Stewart and Moran Base on balls Oft
Willis, 2; off Stewart, 3; on! Lccvor, 2.
Struck .out By Stewart, l; by Leovcr, 1.
Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati, 7.
PHILADELPHIA, June 11. Errors bv
the home team, together with consecutive
hitting by Cincinnati, gave the visitors
the game today. The brilliant work of
Hugglna nnd Woodruff was a fcaturo of
the game. Attendance, 4700. Score:
, . R. H. E.
Cincinnati 101 020 000 7 8 2
Philadelphia 100 000 001 2 0 7
Batteries Harper and Pcitz; Dugglcby
nnd Dooln. Two-bnse hits Seymour. Kel
ly. Dolan. Base on bnlls Off Harper, 1;
off Duggloby. 4. Struck out By Harper,
2; by Dugglcby, 1. Umpire Johnstone.
New York, O; Chicago, 1.
NEW YORK, Juno 11. McGlnnlty met
vith his first defeat of the present season
at the Polo grounds today. It was a
twelve-inning game and tho visiting Chi
cago tenm won out by a 3coro of 1 to 0
cn a hit by Chance, two outs and a sin
gle by Evcrs. Attendance. 3S.S00, Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 000 000 000 001 1 10 2
New York 000 000 OoO 000 0 3 0
Batteries Wicker and Kllng: McGlnnlty
nnd Warner, Two-base hit Ever. Base
on Balls Off Wicker 1. Struck out By
McGlnnlty, 2 by Wicker, 10. Umpire
Emslle and o'Daj
Denver, 3; Sioux City, O.
DENVER, June 11. Dcnvor returned
yesterday's compliment to Sioux City to
day by shutting tho visitors out. Tho
homo team played an almost errorless
game. Cable'B pitching was most effec
R. H. E.
Denver 001 100 01 3 C 2
Sioux City .000 000 000-O G 1
Batteries Cable and Lucia, Llndcrman
"Wet Grounds Prevent Gamo.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo,, June 11.
Colorado Sprlnga-St. Joseph game post
poned; wot grounds.
Omaha, 3; Des Moines, 5.
OMAHA. June H.Raggod fielding mado
today's game uninteresting. Both pltch
ors kept tho hits scattered, but errors per
mitted tho vlsitors'to win out. Score:
R. H. E.
Omaha 100 001 1003 a fi
Des Moines 020 000 2010 8 2
Batteries McCarthy and Gondinu, HoX
fer and Towne.
CITY AND COUNTY
EMPLOYEES TO MIX
Next Saturday at Calder's Park the em
ployes of the city side of the Joint bulld
lrg will meet tho employes of the county
Bide ln battle array on the diamond Last
year the county was whitewashed by the
city and vanquished, pining for rcvengo,
have challenged their ancient enemies to
a series of three games 10 decide tho
chnmplonshin. it : understood that Blllv
Watson of tho Surveyor's office will pitch
for the county and Jack Watson will
catch. Llslo Evans will be In the pitch
er's box for the city nnd Jake Jeffs will
slop the hot ones with the muffs. Tho
contest Is arousing much Interest In tho
offices at the building nnd It may be nec
essary to partition tho city from tho
county part to prevent bloodshed
Miners No Matcli for
Spokane Just Wipes Up the
Ground With the Copper
Butte Team Could Not Connect
With the Balls Pitched by
Special to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont., June 14. Loucks,
twlrler for tho Indians, gave an ex
hibition of pitching today that can
not be surpassed by any of the
siabmen of tho big leagues. For nine In
nings he held Wllmot's Miners under con
trol of his delivery, and four hits chalked
up to tho locals tells how completely at
his mercy he had Butto's stick artists.
Eleven earned runs for Rcllly's men Is
the awful talc.
In strango contrast to the "professional
work of Loucks was tho miserable pitch
ing of Bandelln. who. becoming discour
aged early In the game, game tho Indians
Mxtccn hits, which sent bunches of the
visitors scurrying around the circuit. He
walked one lone Spokane man an deluded
another Into striking out.
Despite four crros chalked to the visit
ors, their fielding was uniformly good and
nilsplaya, barring one, counted Tor naught.
Frary distinguished himself In the bat
ling line to-day. Five times nt bat, he
caught tho sphere four times, once lining
out a three-bagger, which brought in
two of his companions. Cnrnev was the
only other Indian to get n three-bagger.
Burns made a three-baso hit for Butto,
bringing Ward home, who got his start
as a result of Forns funibllng a grounder,
permitting Ward to reach the Initial sack
Spencer a two-base hit then scored Burns
and the run-gcttlng of the locals stopped.
Davis work today gave general satisfac
, , AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Runkle. sh 3 0 0 4 1 1
Bandelln, p 0 0 0 3 0
Lally. If 3 0 12 10
Ward, 2b 4 1 0 2.1 1
Shaffer, lb 0 0 8 1 0
McHalo. cf. 10 0 2 0 0
Burns, rf 4 1-1 l 0 0
Spencer, c ,.. 10 2 3 4 1
Cook. 3b 3 0 0 2 2 1
Totals 33 2 4 24 13 4
AB. K. H. PO. A. E.
Ferris, ss 4-1 3 1 0 2
Carney, rf G 2 2 1 0 0
Itockenficld, 2b -H 2 2 2 1 l
Frary, c. 5 3 4 9 0 0
Rellly. 3b. 12 3 111
Holland, lb 4 0 0 5 0 0
Murdock, cf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Howlett. If. 4 1 0 4 1 0
Loucks, p 4 1113 0
Totals 37 12 1G 27 0 4
Score by Innlnga
Butte 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
Spokane I 0 2 1 1 4 0 0 12
Earned runs. Butte 1, Spokane 11; sacri
fice hltfl, Ferris, Rockcnficld, Rellly;
wtolen bases, Carney, Ferris. Holland,
Howlett, Murdock; two-Uase hits, Lally,
Spencer, Rockcnficld, Rellly; three-base
hits, Burns, Carney, Frary; bascs on
balls, off Bandelln 1. off Loucks 2; first
baso on orrors, Butto 1, Spokane 3; struck
out. by Bandelln 1. by Loucks 4; left on
bases, Butte 7, Spokane 5; time of game,
1:15; attendance, 250; umpire, Davis,
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle, 2; Tncoma, 1.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 11. Seattle won
tho game ln the ninth through errors by
Sheehan and Lynch, followed by Frisk's
long drive. Thomas outpUchcd Hughes,
nnd got half of Tncoma's hits. Score:
R. 11. E.
Seattle 00) 000 002 2 4 3
Tacnma 010 000 000 1 2 3
Bntterles Hughes and Wilson; Thomas
and llogan. Umpire, O'Connell,
Los Angelos, 5; Portland, 4.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 11. In tho last
half of tho ninth inning, with two men on
bases, two out and tho scoro 4 to 3 ln fa
vor of Portland. Flood for Los Angelos
hit a grounder to Francis, who fumbled
It, allowed Splc3 to reach homo and tied
tho score. Thlelman then balked, forcing
In another run nnd winning the game for
Los Angeles. Both pitchers were reason
ably effective, but Thlelman gave live
baocs on balls, which, with Xour iirvi- 6-
hind him, lost the game for Portland.
R. II. E.
Los Angeles 000 003 002 5 5 1
Portland ...300 010 COO 4 4 4
Batteries Hall nnd Spies; Thlelman and
Shea Umpire. McDonald.
San Francisco, 5; Oakland, 7.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 11. A spectac
ular play ended today's game and cut
oft 'Frisco's hope of victory. In the ninth,
with two locals on bascs, Strclb made a
double play unassisted and rotlred tho
side. Oakland found Knell casv from tho
.'tart, but Schmidt was ln be'tter form
R. H. E.
San Iranclsco . 200 011 Ml 5 0 3
Oakland.. 201 020 20x 7 12 4
Batteries Knell and Lcahv; Schmidt
Standing: of the Clubs.
, W. L. PC.
-Boston 30 15 .067
New York 2G 37 .605
Chicago 20 20 .565
Clo eland 22 t 536
Philadelphia 23 20 '535
St. Louis 21 20 5P
Detroit ig 27 !372
Washington s 34 ,luo
Boston at SU Iouls.
New York at Chicago.
St. Louis, 7; Boston, 1.
ST. LOUIS, June 11. The St. Louis team
had little trouble In wvnnlng today's game
Barney Pelty pitched for tho locals ami
allowed Boston only six hits. Attendance
91U0. Sco.ro :
St. Louis 201 020 02 7 ll" E"
Boston 000 000 001 1 C 1
Batteries Pol ty and Sugdcn; Gibson and
Chicago, 3; Now York, 6.
CHICAGO, June 11. The visitors today
made all of the hits for extra bases and
mado them all count. The Holding on both
sides was nearly perfect, Chesbro's work
being especially brilliant, with throe put
outs and eight assists. Attendance, 12,850.
H. H. E.
Chicago 001 010 001 3 G 1
New York 200 001 000 6 11 1
Batteries Patterson. Altrock and Sulli
van; Chesbro and McGuIrot
Cleveland, 0; Philadelphia, 1.
CLEVELAND, O.. June 11. Philadelphia
won out In a pitchers' battle. Plank was
Invincible with men on buses. In the last
six Innings only ono Clevelandor reached
first. Attendance, 10,000. Score:
R. II. E.
Cleveland 000 000 000 0 4 0
Philadelphia 010 000 000 1 0 0 ;
Butteries Rhodes and Abbott; Plank
Detroit, 8; Washington, 3.
DETROIT, Mich., Juno 11. Flno hitting
won today's gamo for Detroit. Donovan
helped his tenm out of a tie with his homo
run, scoring two, and Grcrnlngcr's homo
run was the first over tho fence In seven
years. Attendance, 3500. Scoro;
, . R. II. E.
Wanhlngton ,,..000 200 001 3 I 0
Detroit ..101 221 01 8 12 2
Batteries Donovan and Buelow; Orth
Something doing at Camilla Springs.
Maccabee excursion Wednesday, June
15. Trains S a, jn.' and 1:30 p. in.
ST. LOUIS, June 11. Indiana won the
Western collegiate athletic championship
today at tho Stadium. Tho scores of the
eight colleges represented In the meet fol
lows: Indiana university. 42; Lcland
Stanford university of California. 2; Pur
ouo university of Indiana, 24; University
of Colorado, 16; University of Missouri,
15; Washington university of St. Louis.
14; University of Illinois, 0; Christian
Brothers college of St. Louis, 1.
In tho 120-yard high hurdle. T. Shldler
of Indiana university beat tho world's rec
ord of 15 1-5 seconds by onc-flfth of a sec
ond, but as there wero only two official
timer the time made by Shldler will not
be officially recognized as a now record.
100-yard dnsh H. Martin. I. U., won; W.
E. Johnson. U. of C. second; H. K. Tootle.
W. U.. third. Time. 10 1-5 seconds,
SSO-yard run Charles Schultz. U. of M.,
won; M. Wallace, I. U-, second; F. F
llolmau. L. S. V., third. Time, 2 minutes
440-yard run A. C. Klngsberrv, U. of C.
won; J. Fleming. W. U.. second; G.
Thompson, I. U., third. TImo, I minutes,
9 3-5 seconds.
Putting tho Shot-O. E. Hyde, L. S. U..
won; 11. W. Cenderson. U. of M., second; I
II. Wulff. U. of M., third. Distance 40 1
feet. 10 Inches.
120-yard high hurdle T. Shldler, Indiana
university, won; 11. W. Lanagan, L. S. U..
second; L. Smith, V. U third. Time. 15
seconds. Tho world'3 record was beaten.
Shldler covering tho distance, Jumping ten
three-feet six-Inch hurdles, and cut ono
filfth of a second from tho record. As
there wero only two official timers, the
record, It was announced, will not be of
220-yard run H. G. Martin. I. U., won;
W. E. Johnson, U. of C, second; H. T
Tootle. W. U., third. Time, 21 4-5 seconds.
One-mllo run L. E. Heam. P. U.. won;
W. F. Vcrner. P. U.. second; L. Horna
day, I. U.. third. Time, 4 minutes, 41 1-5
Throwing hammer II. L. Thomas. P.
U., won; V. II. Banks, I. U.. second; O
S. Towlor. U. of C, third. Distance. 114
feet 0 Inches.
Running high Jump H. W. Bell, L. S.
V won; N. Dole, L. S. U., second; V
Shldler, I. U., third. Distance, 5 feet 9
Hlmnlnrr lrrn,1 4iirrr T.I 1r tii t r.
U.. won; L. Smith, W. U.. second; W. E.
Johnfnn, U. of C, third. Distance, 21 feet
Two-mile run W. F. Vomer, P. U.. won;
L E. Heam. P. of U.. second; C. L.
llornady, I. U third. Time, 11 minutes
Notes of the Ring.
Mannger Kelioy also .announces that he
will match Tommy Burns ugninat anv
two middle-weights In Utah, Idaho or
Montana, and offers to wager that his
man can dispose of both his opponents
within twenty rounds.
Manager Kollcy gave out the following
report last evening. "I have S300 to wngor
that Tommy Burns can dispose of Tom
mK. RS)ly' who recently fought a draw
with Jimmy Flynn In a 20-round bout. I
desire to state that I will back Jerry Mc
Carthy for tho same amount In u 20
round bout with Jack Rellly."
American Association Games.
At Louisville Louisville. 3. Kansas
..-M ndlannpolls First game, Indlannpo
f auI. C; acco"d ffame, Indlnnap
olla 1. St. Paul 4.
At Toledo First came, Toledo 2. Minne
apolis 4; flccond gamo, Toledo 0, Minne
At Columbus Columbus 10 ajllwaukoe 0.
lay Have to Postpone
IViunroe's Backers Will Con
sent to Change In Date
Have No Desire, They Say, to
Have Their Man Fight a
SAN FRANCISCO. June ll.-Adlviccs
from the training quarters of J. J.
Jeffries state that the condition of
the chumplon's Injured knee Is
somewhat Improved, but he will not be
able to leave his cottage today. Possibly
ho may do some work tomorrow, if he
docs not rapidly recover tho use of his
leg ho may bo compelled to require a
postponement of the fight, but ho does
nnl,olpato that this will bo nccensarv.
hen asked If they would consent to "a
chango of date, the backers of Munroo
stated that they had no deslro to have
their man tight a cripple.
ino aoeior wno is attondlng Jcffrlcs's
Injured knoo left here this afternoon. Ho
said Jeffries must bo caroful and take
good care of tho Injured member. De
"JefTrles's kneo Is on U10 bum. and ho
cannot do anything but 'gym' work, and
ho must cut out all road work. He will
not leave here until the last moment.
Thcro will be no postponement ' of tho
flRht. Jeffries will bo on hand and ready
to jo the limit."
j Southern Golf Tournament.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. June ll.-Flnals In
tho championship ipatchcs of the South
ern Golf association wore played today,
l-or tho championship the contest was be
tweon William Hill and A. II. Mnnson of
Durlon. Ga.; for the Dixie cup. between
C. U Nolson of Louisville and H, R. Phil
lips, and for tho consolation, 11. H. Wash
burn and Mr. Withers matched their skill.
Down at Grnvesend. Hw1 If
NEW YORK, June 11. Gravesend sum- MWr 1!
mary: First race, handicap, about six MKSsal
furlongs Lady Amelia won, John F. sec- a5"?!
ond. Kins Pepper third. Tlmo. 1:09 4-5, f Ifl
Second race, tho Kensington steeple- Tjlfir If
chase, about two miles Candling won, will IE
Judith Campbell second. Cockrobln third. (fl
Time. 4:03. mm U
Third race, the Tremont stakes. 512.500, ffijlvaL
about six furlongs Merry Lark won, II l$l IS
Veto second, Brltlshor third. Time. 1:10 4-3. ! Ifff !fl
Fourth race, Brooklyn derby of 510,000, I MlfK 31
one mile and a half Bryn Mawr won, , filHwIif
High Ball second, Tho Southerner third. I n t2U 1!
Time. 2:35. tw II
Fifth race, selling, flvo and one-half fur- , a E0
longs Virgo won. Sandy Andy second, J nil Vi
Limerick third. Time, 1:0S 3-5. 1 1 SI
Sixth race, selling, mile and a sixteenth ilff I 8S
Dimple won. Judgo Denton second, De- 1 ,141? IE
kaber third. Time, 1:43 2-5. - IP
Seventh race, mile and a sixteenth, sell- wi-Klt
Ing Revllle won. Nine Spot second, Tan- ' fl' i
talua third. 'Time, 1.4S 3-5. ) W Mil
Results at St. Loulsv 'Ufl lH
ST. LOUIS. Juno 11. Fair grounds sum- Wfi III
First race, six furlongs, selling Happy fii 1
Chappy won. Caterpillar second, Clear- J, i Irfl
the Arena third. Time. 1:15. (U IJF'H
Second race, four furlongs, purse Arch . j $
Oldham won, Brooinhandle second, Zlnda, f I ' t
third. Time. ;1S. ' Jj! ! !
Third race, seven furlongs, puree Root- ' 'j' It
lights Favorite won, Mohave second Ma- . It tlM
falda third. Tlrr 1:29. Sttfj
Fourth race, itnc mile, the Inaugural i klf iLiH
Jack Young won. Taby Tosa second. Cop- fti 85 Srjl
perfleld third. Time. 1 :41?. nPSKH
Fifth race, six furlongs, purse Elaitlo J i fltlyM
won, Rebo second, Icewater third. Tlm, 7 ft TUjB
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards, sell- . fi Ihjjnl
lng Irish Jewel won. Mayor Graham see- j l F4i(.bB
ond, Pathos third. Time, l:46?i. 1 mrEtflfH
Seventh race, six furlongs, selling: On nrSJISillH
More won. Lady Contrary second, Wreath ' If wlli'lH
of Ivy third. Time. 1:15. ' pivlB
On Latonia Course. , ' f H
CINCINNATI, June 1L Latonia Rum- IrxllH
mary: First race, six furlongs Trom- ' sj JIlPJ
peuso won. Shipping Port second, Karl J il'IH
Kahler third. Tlmo, 1:114. i i jjlH
Second race, ono mile White PIum I Ej jjillj
won. MaJ. T. J. Carson second, Buccaneer MI iIhI
third. Time, 1:S9 3-5. UK I H
Third race, flvo and a half furlongs JB llij
Nicola won. DIxcllo second. Green Gowiji i&HlaH
third. Time, 1:09. j 'if
Fourth race. Cincinnati Hotel Sprlniri '! liij
handicap, mile and an eighth Delmonloo ' 1 '' ulH
won. Silk Maid second. St. Hera thlrA. fS ilM
x' 11.111 Kite, iiuii-- nun 1111.) iiiAia vu.r1 n fSUlLH
worn Jako second, Brand New third. Tlma, ItlfiSlil
Sixth race, six furlongs Laic Lavish ' 'Ii'hJjIbII
won, Mabel Winn 'second, Oudon third. ILwalaliH
Time, l:14i4. ifl 'S H
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CIHCAGO. June U. Harlem summarj': Sh p 'H
First race, seve.n furlongs Petor J. won. JJJ I
Frlcsos second. Canyon third. Time. 1:2S. , iUsll
Second race, half-mile Kurtzman won, 1 fi "rlj
Pinkcrton second, Usoful Lady third. vliWli
Time, :ift 4-5.
Third race, mllo and an eighth. Twl Hrji' U
nnd Clark stakes, value ?S2C0 Moharlb f 'K j
won, Bill Curtis second. Flo Rob third. 1 'jr. a
Time. 1:55 2-5. ,
Fourth race, mile and an eighth Bond- ('' v B il
age won. Bragg second, Lord Badgo third. t IH
Tlmo, lMS-'W. BjISl
Fifth raco, six furlongs Tho Crisis won, 1 HhJ ' B
Americano second, Mansard third, Tim, 1 I'VJ it
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