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page eight THE SAXT jLAT"F1 TJEHBtCSTE, Wednesday morning, October 12, 190i
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III BASEBALL j f fYV I Mf PWC j Priz9fishting
1 1 RACING Jl vli J Inlli 11 fL tff j Cycling, Tennis
I WINS RACE IN -Tom
All in Sight
Scoops In McDowell Stako
First, Second and Third
It Was a Feat Nevor Before Ac
complished in Stake Raco
LEXINGTON. Ky., Oct. 11. Tom Ax
cvorthy, a prohibitive favorite, captured
the McDowell stake for four-year-old
trotters, worth 53000, In the first heat of
the three-heat race, and by distancing
the other two horses took first, second
and third money. It way a feat
never before accomplished In a stake
race on the Lexington track. The 2:09
clas9 trotting was unfinished on ac
count of darknees. P.esmlts:
Unfinished 2:16 trotting, purse $1000;
three in five Millard Sanders won the
second, third and fifth heats in 2:12,
2,11, 2:1S; Mainland won the first and
fourth heats in 2:Hyt, 2:12. Bell C.
Miss Kinney, Free Silver. Antoinette,
Circus Girl and Cologne D. also started.
The McDowell, four-year-old, trot
ting, value $3000; three In five Tom Ax
worthy won the first heat in 2:14. Lady
Pauline C and Oak Blosson distanced.
2:0S class pacing, purse $1200, three In
five King Direct won the second, third
and fourth heatH In 2:11, 2-12, 2:12;
Ash Rose won the first heat In 2:12.
PInchem, "Wilkes, Dr. Madera, Per
sonette, Dry Monopole, Red Tell,
Muskeed, Gentry and Bub Orell also
2:09 class trotting, purse $1500; two in
three (unfinished) Robert Mc. won the
third heat in 2:13?.l; Marlon Wilkes won
Ihe second heat In 2:14: John Taylor
won the first heat In 2:13. Llsonjero
vlda, High wood, Judge Green, Jim
Ferry and Luna also started.
I Worth. Entries for Wednesday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO. Oct. 11. Worth entries for
First race, five- furlongs
Simplicity 103Arrah May 110
Greengown 103S. P. Lancaster ..105
Dundall . lOSHarumscarum . .110
Mrs. Bob HOClara Berry 110
Loglstolla 110 Useful Lady 110'
Conluress llOMon Amour 110
Odclot UOBIack Art 113
B. Prlnco CharlIo.ll3Pre3ontIment 116
Second race, ono mile and one hundred
Arab KOThane 110
D. L Mooro 101 Easy Trade 101
Gllfaln lOlScorUc 101
Frivol ltfiHarrv Preston ....105
Kings Coilrt ..lOGMr. Farnum 106
Frank M lOOIIarney .100
Ben Chance lOOScotsman 110
Third race, the Oaklawn stakes, five
and ono-half furlonKB
Miss Jordan 107The Bello 107
Exalted HOGold Enamel 110
Monto HOSHvers Kin 110
Subtle 110 Lady Savoy .HE
Flaxman mivurtzminn . ... 120
Fourth race, ono mile and twenty yards,
Glorlosa SOSinglng Maatar... K
LuralJghior OSHuzzah ICO
Ethylene lOOFonsoluca. ,'. 100
Spencorlan lOJPort Royal .....'...105
Pr Sliver wings ..107Bad News 123
Fifth race, seven furlongs
Blnglng Master ... MMIngorc SO
Postman lOlGregor K. 101
Fossil . lOlComscato 10J
Mansard lOlMtsa Crawford ....101
Stroller .IWFloral King 107
Estrada Palma ...107
Sixth race, six furloiyja. selling
My Jane lOOTrlumvIr 100
Cyprlenne 103M. McCaffcrty ....ICC
Fox Meodo 103Marco 103
Goodman 103St. Paula IKS
Determination . ..105MohIcan ...103
Martlu3 KBJackfulI 110
Lady Freo Kt UOSad Sam , 113
Tarn o'Slianter ...lloBen Mora lis
Weather cioudy; trsck fust.
At' Morris Park.
NEW YORK, Oct 11. Morris Park re
sults: First race, six and a half fur
longsRose Pen won, Water Pansy sec
ond, Tide third. Time, 1:23.
Second race. Helling, steeplechase,
about two miles Connlvor won. Gold
Ray second. Jim Slick third. Time, 3:50.
Third rnco, Eclipse course Bulllgerutit
won, D'Arklu occond. Critical third.
Time, 1:10. .
Fourth race, tho Rancho Del Paso.
Ecllpae course, six furlongs Bcdowln
won, Pasadena second, Cairn Gor third.'
Fifth race, soiling. Withers' mile Glis
ten won, Andrew Mack socond, Sals
third. Time, 1:42.
Sixth race, mile and a quarter, over the
hill Mabel Richardson won, Eugenie
Burch second, Carbunclo third. Time,
At Dolmar Park.
ST. LOUIS, Oct, 11. Dolmar summary:
First race, llvo nnd a half furlongs
Wakeful won, Dorothy Dodd second.
Belle S. third. Time, 1:00.
Second raco. six and a half furlongs,
selling Mlndora won. Glcndon second,
Algonquin third. Tlmo, 1:2251.
Third race, llvo and a half furlongs,
selling Vestry won, Bob Curt second,
Jako Ward third. Tlmo, 1:0051.
Fourth race, handicap, mile and a six
teenth Tho RcRent won. Footlights Fn
vorlto second, Lacy Crawford third.
Fifth race, mile and soventy yards
Frank Ryan won. Bountiful second,
Sanctlsslna third. Tlmo, 147d.
Sixth race, six and a halt furlongs
Oudon won, Crlmo second, Worthlnglon
third. Tlmo, 1:22.
On tho Worth Course.
CHICAGO, Oct. 11. Worth results;
First raco, alx furlongs Anna Beal won,
Automatom second, Beautiful and Best
third. Time, 1:15 2-5,
Second race, ono mile Adol Scruggs
won, W. J. Dcboe second, Annora third.
Time, 1:44 3-5.
Third race, six furlongs Big Ben won,
Floral King second, Nannlo Hodgo third.
Tlmo, 1:33 3-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs Cutter won,
Sincerity Bello second, Capltnno third.
Fifth race, mile and a half Major Man
sir won. Tho way second, Excentral
third. Time, 2:3S-
Sixth race, ono mile Dod Anderson
won, King of the Valley second, Barkol
moro third. Time, 1:43,
KANSAS CITT. Oct. 11. Elmrldgo ro
sults: First raco, five and a half fur
longs Lurotta won, Peggy second, Tyro
lean third. Time. 1:05.
Second race, seven furlongs Bucclouth
won, Hnvlland second, Florlzel third.
Third race, mllo and an eighth Buglo
horn won, Hans Wagner second. Sweet
Tone third. Tlmo, 1:51.
Fourth race, one mile Bombardier won.
Otto Stlfel second, Exclamation third.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs
Fustian won, Robinhood second, W. R.
Condon third. Time, 1:07.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Norl won,
Josette second, Patsy Brown third. Tlmo,
"IT" TEAM TTAR FAST PRACTICE.
Big Squad at Cummin gs Field Yester
Cummlngs field was lined with gridiron
enthusiasts last evening and tho "U"
football team went through tho snappiest
and most gingery practices of tho season.
Two full elevens and substitutes were out
in uniform and for three hours Coach
Maddock put tho aspirants for grldlorn
glory through a severe practice. At tho
closo Maddock expressed himself as being
well pleased with tho work of his men
and the 'varsity rooters who were pres
ent aro confident that their team will van
quish tho Montanans next Saturday.
Captain Jlmmlo Wade, who has been
111 for somo time past, was out lost night
and although the "U" quarterback 1b still
a trifle shaky, ho oxpects to be able to
play. Most of tho othor mon aro In good
shupe and expect to win on Saturday.
In Championship Contest.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 1L Miss Paul
ino Mackey, Oakley, defeated Miss Lottio
Dod, tho British champion, 2 up and 1 to
play, in the first round of the woman's
national golf championship. This defeat
puts Mies Dod in tho championship contests.
Wants to Fight Corbett or Britt.
NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Sam Harris,
manager for Terry McGovcrn, announced
today that as tho result of last night's
fight at Philadelphia he Is now prepared
to match McGovorn with either 'Young
Corbett or Jimmy Brltt for tho feather
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Post Season Series Played at Clove
land and St. Louis.
CLEVELAND. O.. Oct. 11. In a game
characterized by hard hitting, tho Pitts
burg Nationals dofcatcd the Clovoland
Americans. Although outbattod, tho PlttB
burgn bunchod oeven of their nine hits
In tho seventh and eighth Innings with
throo of Cleveland's errors, scoring seven
runs. Brunsfield was put out of tho gamo
for kicking. Attendance, 2405. Scoro:
R. II. E.
Clovoland 0 003 001 4 13 1
Pittsburg 000 000 310 7 9 1
Batteries Bornhard and Buolow; Lee
vcr and Phelps.
Game at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. ll.-Tho St. Louis
American league tonm made It ono all to
day In tho second gome In tho ehampion
shlo series botwoen the Americans and
xsatlonals, in a locwoly nlaynd and rather
uninteresting contest. Attendance, 2000.
R. H. E.
Americans 200 310 000 fl 15 1
Nationals 000 002 ICO 3 10 9
BattcrloB Slovor and Kahoct O'Nolll
San Francisco, 1; Oakland, 2.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 11. Heavy
pitching and light hitting featured to
day's gamo. Both Barber and Buchanan
wero In good form and outside of tho
third Inning not moro than one hit was
mado In an Inning. In tho tnlrd two hits
gavo Oakland ono of their runs. Score
San Francisco 000 000 0101 5 5
Oakland 001 030 01" 2 4 3
Batteries Barber and Gorton; Buchan
an and Stark. Umpire McCarthy.
Tacoma Wins a Game.
TACOMA. Wash., Oct. 11. On a wot and
slippery field Tacoma took the first game
from tho Portland team. Both pitchers
wore wild, but Overall was the more ef
fective. Thcro was not an earned run
mnde, each pitcher forcing in two scores
on balls. Scoro:
R. II. E.
Tacoma 000 003 21 G 0 4
Portland 000 200 020 I 5 4
Batteries Overall and Hogan; Butler
and Stanley. Umpire Brown.
P.acos at Blackfoot.
BLACKFOOT, Ida . Oct. II Tho open
ing day of tho southeastern Idaho fair
was very successful, good woathor, a fast
track, a largo numbor of horses. Includ
ing tho best In the Northwest and Utah,
such as Billy Mahnn. Inaugurator, Roso
mont, Billy Horton, Classla. Lamar.
Julia A. and othors In attendance drow
a big crowd. Entries for tomorrow em
brace all speedy short and long distance
If you find any tea with
our name on the package
not to your liking, take
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Canjvany, San Knuicinco.
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CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
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California and Eastern races. Direct
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attorneys and collectors tried for years to do this but failed. telegraph operator who skipped out and was caught in H'J
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dentists. This was 14 years old. Han went in bankruptcy Rating Books and collections free to members of tho as-
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