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r.rw n n Admission reduced to 10c Each ticket
tS 'eU,,cs tno holdcr lo 10c In trade.
S aiders Park
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ABEE ! i 4crc1 concert Sunday afternoon and
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"4 r?.7 Dal,.y Btage via Big Cottonwood
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Commodore Takes Race
Crab Apple Dofeats Dr.
Frasse After Driver is
Other Events at Calder's Park, Which
Some Two Thousand Spec
COMMODORE, the handsomo sorrol
gelding belonging to M. H, Wilson,
and ridden by Jockey Nattrcss, cap
tured the three-quarter of a mllo
running race at Calder's park In one of
the prettiest finishes of the year. Tho 2000
spectators Jumped to their feet and
cheered wildly as Hymn and Commodoro
fought It out down tho stretch, and when
tho sorrell horse flashed under tho -wire a
length to tho good, tho grand stand
echoed with tho noise. Tho race was by
far tho most exciting of tho day, dcsplto
tho fact that only two horses wcro en
tered. Tho trotting races did not como
up to expectations except In one or two
Pree-for-All Drd Not Come Off.
The free-for-all did not materialize. In
stead, Crab Apple and Dr. Frasso wero
pitted against each other. Dr. Frasso took
the first heat, but tho judges were not
s,at,sncd i with the rnco and called Crab
Apple s driver to tho stand and warned
h m against "laying up heats." Tho ad
vice had the desired effect, for Crab Ap
ple took the next thrco heats without dlf
llculty, -wlnnln gthe race.
Chester S.. JuHa A.. Juno Wilkes and
Anglo Durvea were tho onii-io in tu uo
ond event. Chester S. took thp ilrst heat,
but was beaten out the secohd time by
Angle Duryca. Tho race was close and
the horses finished less than a length
apart In a hard drive. Chester captured
i'.1. tTV? 9ucccedlnir heats without much
U fflculty. Angle Duryca secured second
place In the race, and Julia A. third.
Lavitia Takes Three Straight
Lavltla, Lpcke. Flcctaway and Black
i5'inefaccd tho starter In the third race,
the nrst-namcd horso waa casllv the best
and took the race In straight boats. Fleet
away wa3 second and Blackwlng third.
Ed Conwy, driven by "Doc" Carson,
failed to materialize in th fourth race
although supported by tho crowd. The
sorrell horse took tho first heat, but the
succeeding threo went to Ladysmlth, Con
roy finishing- well In the rear. Raymond
S secured third place.
Last on tho card was the running race,
In which were entered Commodore, Hymn
and Geisha Girl. Tho last was scratched
at post time, and only two horses faced
tho II ag.
Hymn secured tho lead at the start and
held It until tho live-eighths polo was
reached. Nattress rated Commodoro well
Within striking distance, and when the
stretch was reached the sorrel horse made
Neck-and-Neck in the Stretch.
Hymn had considerable left, and stalled
off tho Commodoro until within a few
lengths of tho wire, when Nattress used
his whip vigorously and forced his mount
under tho wlro llrst by a length. Tho
time, 1:1S!., equals the track record for
tho distance, formerly held by Miss Rem
son. To save some of tho horses from being
"marked," tho Judges did not announce
the actual time In several heats, but gave
It out several sfenmln Klnrvc.T1 Tim n,,iov,n
snd time, as, caught by half a dozen stop
watches at tho wire, aro given below.
Crab Apple 2 111
Dr. Frasse ! i 2 "
Time, 2:IS2-5, 2:13&, 2:10ft, 2:2-t&.
Cheater S i 2 11
Julia A .,,.2 3 3 2
June Wilkes 3 4 4 4
Anglo Duryca 12 3
Time, 2:17. 2:1H. 2:21, 2:22'u
Lavltla B , 1 1 j
Locke 2 4 4
Flectaway 3 2 2
Blackwlng 3 3
Time, 2:32, 2:31!, 2:37.
Ed Conroy . 1 2 3 3
Raymond S. .2 3 2 2
Ladysmlth 3 111
Time, 2:2Si. 2:271(s. 2:0, 2:10.
Three-quarters mile, running Commo
dore llrst, Hymn second. Time, 1:1SVS.
Results at Meadows.
SEATTLE. Wash., July 4. Summary at
First rnco, six and a half furlongs', sell-
5nT Clnnnhni- won Kvurmnrn onnnnil
Breton third. Time, 1:22.
Second race, six furlongs, Belling Dorlco
won, Cloche D'Or second, Skip Mo third.
Time, 1 HVi.
Third race, six and a half furlongs, soil
ingBox Elder won, Sollnus second, Sir
Dougal third. Time, 1:22.
Fourth race, six furlongs, Rolling Nonlo
won. Oro Viva second, Sue Christian
third. Time. 1:11.
FLCth race, flvo furlongs, selling Mlmo
won, TJlctma second, Agnes Mack third.
Sixth raco. Celebration handicap, one
and a quarter mllc:i Forest King won,
Plntonlus second. Col. Anderson third.
Seventh race, seven furlongs, selling
Dora 1. won. Decoy second, Henry Clay
Rye third. Time. 1:2S.
Eighth race, mile, soiling Red Tip won,
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12d Knt second- Gionrlcc third. Time,
m?ryICAG' July IIawthorne sum-
T7JiSt raco' nlx furlongs Grand won,
Freckman second, Watermelon third,
-llmo, 1;15 2-G.
Second race, mile Exclamation won,
Jerry Lynch second, Merry Pioneer third,
lime, 1:42 2-5,
Third race, mile Ananias won. Dalway
second, Miss Crawford third. Time.
lMl 3-0. .
Fourth race, mile and an eighth McGco
T,n B,d Nowa second, Colonial Girl
third. Time, 1:51.
Fifth race, mile and a half Roscmond
won. Major- Mansls second, Alma Dufour
third. Time, 2:30.
Sixth race, live furlongs Miss Ino won.
l'laxman second, Plnkcrton third. Time
1 :01 4-'j.
At St. Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS. July 4.-FaIr grounds sum
mary: First raco, flvo furlongs, selling Wll
lowdcn won. Fay Tcmpleton second.
Franco third. Time, 1:04.
Second race, six furlongs, selling
Evening Star won. Potter second, Sid Sil
ver third. Time. 1:1S.
Third race, mllo and seventy yards, sell
ing Ncttlo Regent won, Lady Fonso sec
ond, Easter Walters third. Time. 1:50.
I Fourth raco, mile and three-sixteenths
Independence handicap Montcbank won
2-0IU TSa second' Forcand third. Time!
Fifth race, six furlongs, purse Elastic
won, Floral Wreath second, Clear tho
Arena third. Time. 1:17.
Sixth raco, mile, purse First Mason
7i?,n rcd LoPPert second, Harmakls
third. Time, 1:14.
seventh race, mile and an eighth. sell
ingCaithness won, Zella Knight second.
Boaster third. Time, 2:00.
Hawthorno Entries Today.
CHICAGO. July 4. Hawthorne entries
for today are:
First race, six furlones
Away Right 107 Maud Moser 107
Seven Oaks 107 Sarna 107
My Alice 107 Ayr 109
grneron 100 W. E. E3torwood.ll2
Ireeslns 117 Brand New 110
faecond raco, steeplechase, short course
Miss Brandon ....130 Donamt 135
xSchwartzwald ...lCCxCrcolIn J3S
Falema HOHandvlco 149
Montnlc 152 xCorrlgan entry.
Third race, selling mllo and seventy
Mcsso 100 Louisville 102
III11 Massle io Federal 101
Bummor II 107 Glassful 10s
Orfeo no Birch Broom Ill
Crestfallen 112 Nitrate U5
Fourth race, six furlongs
Sylvia Talbot ....105 Flying Ship 105
Cardinal Wolsoy.. 107 Ethel Wheat 107
Tho Lady 107 Malnamo Inen ...107
Apola 100 a. D. Gibson ....100
Money Muss 109 Skillful no
Fifth race, selling, mllo and seventy
Girl 100 Hudson 102
Emma A. M 102 Kings Court 101
Don t Ask Me.,.. 105 Pearl Diver 105
Celebration 107 Handley Cross ...10!)
Sixth race, live and a half furlongs
Green Gown 105 Ivan the Terrible. 103
Lady Goodrich ..105 Michael Byrnes ..105
Sartan 10$ La Londo 115
Allen Avon 105
WICKS WINS SWEEP STAKE
IN GOLF TOURNAMENT
Steady playing and excellent approach
ing, combined with a handicap of live
strokes, enabled E. B. Wicks to win the
sweepstake golf tournament at the Coun
try club yesterday afternoon. Ho came
within thrco of tying Bogy, which was
two better than Harkness, his next
A3 expected, the handicaps given wero
too large, and as a consequence Copp was
tho only scratch man to get a chance at
the stake. Ho came within six of tying
Bogy, but as two of the handicap mei(
had tho same good fortune, ho will have
to play off the tic before getting In on tho
spoils. McGurrln. tho other scratch man,
played a good game, and came within
eight of equillng Bogy. No exceptional
scores were mado yesterday, and the beat
scores made wore little above the average.
For yesterday's playing Bogy was set at
39. with tho strokes divided on the holes
ns Xollows: Gardcn-5, hlllsldo-C, crest-l
hoodoo-3, farvlow-4, lookoul-5, brlnk-4!
Drs. Traccy and Nlles refrained from en
torlng tho contest, believing that they had
no chance to win, despite their eleven
stroke handicap. They played around -together,
and on adding up their scores thev
discovered to their great surprise that
they would have won llrst and second
places respectively had they entered the
After yesterday's tournament somo more
qualification games were played, with the
result that tho following men wero select
ed to represent tho local club against tho
Butto aggregation. Their names and
qualifying scores are. McGurrln 123,
Harkness UC. Halo 129, Thompson 132,
Copp 130. Fischer 117, Hplmun 111, Wicks
143TOfflcer 152. Dr. Charles Plummcr and
Mlujt Ferry have also been selected, but
they have not yet handed In their qualify
HENLEY, England. July 4. Although
the Henley regratta properly commences
tomorrow, it was necessary to row oft a
couple of preliminary heats for tho dia
mond sculls today In consequence of tho
large entry. I F. Scholos of Don Row
lng club of Toronto, easily won his heat,
defeating A. A. Stuart of the Kingston
Rowing club by live lengths. Time, 9.10.
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YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR
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Via O. S. L-. Round trip from Salt
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and also hotel expenses boyond Monlda
for the sev.m-days' tour. Reservations
should be made early, ns the parly Is
limited lo fifty persons.
See agents for full partlcularst Ask
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SPOIL THE RAGE
Collett "Wins Handicap Fifty Urch
ins Engage in a Race to Cap-
ture a Dog-.
BALKY motors, a canine pursuit race
and an overflow crowd wcro tho fea
tures of last night's meet at the
saucer track. Tho largest crowd of
tho season, between 3C00 and 3500 persons,
found seats around the track or contented
themselves with standing room on the
Inside. Tho blko races themselves wero
fairly good, though not quite up to tho
expectations of tho crowd or tho pro
motors. The flvc-mllo motor-paced raco
between Hardy Downing, John Chapman
and W. E. Samulson. which was adver
tised as the featuro of tho meet, did not
matcrlallc, owing to the Indisposition of
tho '"red devils." Samuelson's machine
went wrong on tho third lap of tho race,
and he was compelled to drop out. Down
lng's machine could not give him tho de
sired pace, so the event went to Chapman
without much dispute.
Collett "Wins Handicap.
Tho mllo handicap "pro" raco was won
by Collett, with Hardy Downing a good
sdcond. Samuclson was compelled to over
exert hlmsel.f catching tho limit man, and
consequently was "all In" at tho finish.
Collett and Downing mado a pretty finish,
tho former winning by half a wheel
length. Stevens was third and Achorn
fourth. Time. 1:59 2-5.
Agra won the three-mile amateur ovent,
with Heagren, his teammate, second, Carl
Redman was third and Welser fourth.
Time, C:21 3-5.
Tho consolation amateur event went to
Ivor Redman. Tuto second, Ellswood
third. Time. 1:03 3-5.
Chapman's time for the five-mile motor
paced race was S.03.
"Bud" Grey, a local youth, gavo a clover
exhibition of fancy bicycle riding.
An Amusing- Incident.
An amusing Incident wa3 U10 offorls of
about Ufty urchins In an attempt to cap
ture a small yellow dog that had gained
admittance to tho enclosure. Fearing that
tho canine might get on tho track and
cause a spill Manager Heagren brdered It
captured and removed. A hordo of young
sters Joined In tho chose, but It was sev
eral minutes beforo tho dog was finally
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J Beginning Tuesday morn- 2(
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