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imays the New York Wonder
J Pitched a Great Game and
j ' "Had Everything."
m, By Bill Oarrigan.
Jit Rd So?: Catchor.
J i lDtrntlon News Service.
I fBOSTON'. Oct. 10. In tho Jlrst place, I
fi ito five Marqiiard credit for pitching
t mnd & of ball. The Rube had
1 LSet control, "hnrl everytliiiit,'," ns
J ibiwbflU expression eoes. VTr, wore
3 iLvTirlv unablo to see hln delivery for
1 Ss hiin one hit an Innlnp: until Just
1 TiJ. close of tho prime, when wc liopan
i jiSmd h'm heavily. This was In the
.1 rnagct credit for n putout on
a fiffi 'In this lnnlnff, but Speaker, who
1 mehinc from third-base box.
J 7!Ld as doos Gardner himself, that
S ufmt' dropped tho ball as he tapped
3 K"E;r but recovered It no quickly that
1 , ninolm did not ene the error, so our
1 Mtti i were all but killed, as It was two
t -i ind a man on flrft. Stahl sent I-Icn-vhmi
In to run for hlni and Cady went
Jii Itat lie drove an awful clout to rlpht
t Satlookfr" Rood for winning: the ame
-I Ski then and there, but Dcvorc made
sal i mat rnnnlnf? catch of It when none
, If believed he would bo able to pet
I Jrhfrc near the ball.
r4 virauard may be ald to have saved
? 'i bti f"me when he knocked down
J iiiWi rap and jrot Gardner at third. It
hi quick play and he executed It per
il tKtlr. Thr fact that Tlorzot- dropped
II m throw, as Speaker claims, docs not
(ftnrt from Marnuard's performance.
O'Brien Does Well. ;
A W. Buck O'Brien, wan there with the
jR Ml. lo'. H" pitched an exncptlonally
- mi same. HltH were even. Fortunate
ly .(5r ijfe Glnntfi they were able to lead
x t wit! two-bagger In the two In
1 isp" tJiev made runs. In the first cone
v, I'm Murray, who was battlnp llko a
h t. that drm'r- the ball from Hooper
F li fptakcr for two bases In the second
A Facriflce put him on third and
l ttcorf on TTtraofrs lone fly to Speak
fj '. TJi're was no chance for "Spoke"
lift hlni at the plat". Tn tho second
'r iit It was Herzop who led off with a
?' rtnsrfT In the fifth. Tho hit was a
M iriash that bounded off tho left
tit fence and koI by Lewi?. Meyers
V B pot attempt to sacrifice, but tried to
J It nl, but the best he could do mis
itMkf pood with a sinpio to right and
ttrr scored This fifth Innlnp was
I fjrlfn'? wortl The others wore almost
f iiftft exhibitions of pltrhlnp.
'f YVit name was almost devoid of sen
cMtltwl plays. The chances for the most
.Kit were easy ones. Murray pulled oft
circus rntch off Wnsncr and this with
fatt't play, already mentioned, were
Ter the first time la the scries we were
keni with n. bit nf luck when Stnhl
JltJ down Doyle's hot drive In the
kW. There was a man on second at
k time and If tho ball had pone a little
fjtft Mc it would have been soori for
iKlbiJM. and would easily have scored
HMD nit drat I must mention a pood
iff of Ilrrznj In tho eighth when he
4t up Terkos's cravuider away back
f.tMri. and with n lontr. accurate throw
ulppJ Stee at first.
till Full of Confidence.
X)r the series stands ovn. Never have
JH punt been more hard fonpht. The
"a of the third pjime wa as excltlnp
tlbe finlMi of the first panic on Hie
srouwl?, oeept In tho first lu
(ltwas the Oiants who wer on Ih
KW3I feat boiiove every man on the
rXVork side ftve up the pame for lost
mo Cady cracked out that lerrlllc drive
SrW prhl the one Dovoro madtj such a
"JIH catch or.
Xtte rcsulls of tho pa me would seem
sjrmblov tbnt the two teams are very
iHTIr niJtr,,cd. but I want to ny that
(HW'e the scries will po to our side.
Sulfite of the Ta-t Hint ive cannot win
Wj itmlRlil. We came fo near wlnnlnp
iM"' 'hat there coulfl have been no fun
iBi iW l'10 0,llor s,(,o- We arc chock
jijP! confidence Wo have started
.IMC0 fd will ko lictter from now on.
t sM probably have .Ion "Woods in
iivtox In tho. next pa mo at New York
V 1 suppose we wliriaoe Tesroau. None
bM'r fellows thinks lie can boat us, lot
flB ln ftRninst Smoky Joe. All our
rf In pood shape, i-xrept Speaker.
m&fi "M ?uffcr from a lame lop. The
itfl " hnd enoutjh to keep lilm out of
j ordinary- patno. hut "Spoke" Is the
t,n to (ult In a series like tills.
djA LOSING VENTURE
pnCAGo. Ur. U. -TU-ket scalpers
jlC sncocissful in pr.n-ui liip the
Hlfcnili for Hleculatlou purposes for
snini! between the Cubs and
VCiiii rou"d 'be venture a loslnp
'Bb t " "'"lost every street car
rf'Biv nc 't'lio, ilokots were offered
lJAu 0rA,crs !,t 1 -T.0 un hour before
IHl n1?' K fo'' P'v approached
iE01'' i-ould bo boupht for i, tho
KS;f fr,t'e fur reserved sonli-, and
BTl? t,?n",e tlino for o0 rents. All of
iffE,"5 called for resorvCl seats and
JlK: "ttle demand for them at any
HTi.t.Af a downtown hotol u bunch of 1
UX'?J which wore held at K Tucs-'
m vcro rcfutJt1 at 51-
IOardluals Beat Browns.
.-Op?. Mo.. Ort. 10. Mowt ey's i
rollowea by Evana'a slnple and i
"for In the elchth innlnp, pnve
' national Leapue club the cc
pe of the Interleapue sciies fori
eh'implonMdp with the Amor
6 -C" ..00002001 o a' 1ri E2
.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-2 B 1
!,,ll8Anstln. Biief. Bases
Qtt Hurk ?.. off Mitchell 1, off
nr fi. Struck out By Baum
by Mlti-hell 1. bv Burk 2.
le-Burk and Wlnpo; Gaum
' Aitlchell and Stephens. Umpires
n and Klnnetan. '
JfflBLIrT,A-Metics Win Again.
KkiJFy1-1- (t. 10. The PhUa
iKTn ,PerJ':an made It three out of
l ! ,0CR Interleapue series by
ft, the National leapxic team
rflBTnir. p ;'ctl pnino, Mctnnos scored
i'Kit d,,f,na hl double and single
S-Bh SreiCrj' of Eart :v,o01'c' H F
t(it "'0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 04 11 1 i
;ttttV" 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0-3 S 2
Srt RM'TBrown. Bender and Lapp:
biti?" R"d KllUfor and Morpan. !
JjMinsionc and Hail.
JWCLONE" JOHNNY" IS
mT 9VER GODFREY
ff.KE?H T-AC. Wis., Orl. JO.-ThoJ
itiJhnn'PMrid bout between Cy
Huit r Thompson of Syracuse. III..
iHV0niMX ,hf" "'orld's mlddlewelpht
?BPl. .'i..Hn(' Art Godfrov of Mln
fBS fffet?r,l1f'1 -n th olphth round
W.P m$n" tt0l"5l,t l" 'o Godfrey
fiuHko"11 Socrota-T Retires.
ef i?clu10 Petor A. Kelly, ."cc
?3lll Vn Rostrtl National baseball
, jTBPb,r ?n C n,s i"rm expires
Kry Kelly has served as
Hi52'T Presidents John Dovov
. fcfi. tv?1; WllHnm II. UuHsell. w.
r-Ln,0w, .Tohn M Ward and
IMARQUARD WINS SECOND
CONTEST FOR NEW YORK
(Continued. From Pago One.)
.iVnV o.. another has without
oven slldlnp. StaJil's bounder wa prabbed
by Murquard, and the Rubo'fl ne-r to
third nailed Larry. Everything mlcht
saretchedCCnh!d,rcnt if Gardner had
uvn c,l .I111 .n!,1 nc should have.
I wn ItiS-n Mtuat,on l0ed lesa tenso with
to tie. man " flrflt and one needed
StAhl pulled himself out of the ramo
in favor of tho fleet Hcnrikscn. The paSe
appeared to be over whrn S
prounded to Fletcher. But Mcrklc ffie
a clwn muff of Arthur'Tthrow. Henri k-
SS ih"niLi a w t.,,ero ,n a C,0RC decision,
secoml nTT,plif,h 10 9adyJ Wasner stole
two ii.7h0,cri,,7 tne n'P catcher was
ed whni'ind noth n whn ho connect-
?ri9i hnv ,mlPncd to his drive has been
: dwi7 If ,l, ,,,uJn,t happened the
fnr h,,i '.d,havc ,.),c" Practically over.
rh ,C, n5ht wilu,l hftV heen left In
I th People from New York.
Speaker Is Lame.
cJh,9J,vx 1'or,ft borlnp under a handl
nnrir h' Tf,fL ?PeaW reported at tho
h?m a. ,bad J,cft nk,c whlh slowed
;nmM..con1,lo,mb,,y- 1Ie hold Horzop re
fPp"8ilj!o for the hurt, saylnp that some
thlnp was spralnod when the Giant third
n?n unn !p.w-ea Mm In tho Wednesday
nattle and threw him off his Btrldc. This
nt' ?ml of tho other New York
tactics and the blocklnp stunts of Mr.
apnor have served to create a lot of
lil""""5 between the rival teams.
Therea no friendship stuff in this series,
and It would not be surprlsinp if some
body started n scrap before the finish.
Three reasons were piven for tho In-!
ci ease In attendance. Bcforo tho first
pame here people were friphtened by the
crowd stories. They thought there would
Do a mad Jamb and difficulty about se
curing seats. Tho fact that there were
tickets uncalled for yosterdav reassured
the public. Then the. weather was th
regular mldseason brand. AIbo, a. blt
, terly-foupht tie pamo always stirs up
i the fans.
There were two bands on hand apaln
and they played "Tc-syle," Boston's na
tional hymn, between Innings, hoping It
would be a Jinx to nube.
Before tho contest Speaker and Doyle
drovo around the field in Tris's new car
and had their pictures taken several
Fielding- Is Brilliant.
Devore was back In the game and was
stationed In right field, so Murray would
not be bothered by the sun. The flcld
Inp was tho best of the scries to dato.
Uno mistake was made on each side.
Heine "Wagner dropped a thrown ball after
tapping a would-be thief. Merkle's muff
In the ninth was the only New York slip.
Lewis, Speaker and Devore dlstlnpulshed
themselves with swell catches, and Doyle
and Herzop did some protty lnflcldlng.
O'Brien was rather fortunate In tho
opening Innlnp. Devore pot to him for a
single. Doyle's liner went to Speaker
and then Josh was caught stealing. Snod
prass hit tho pill hard, but Speaker war.
In front of It. The first run was scored
hy Bed Murray In the second Innlnp. Hts
double started tho round. A. sacrifice
bunt and a. sacrifice fly pot him In.
Tlie fifth was a turbulent session for
Buck. Ilcrzog sent a double to left and
moved to third on Meyers's out. The un
I fortunate Mr. Fletcher temporarily got
rid of his hoodoo and sent a. single to
right, which counted llerzy
When Flotoher tried to steal. Wagner
dropped Carrlgan's pop and saved him.
Marjuard then walked and was forced by
Devore. .Tosh worked a delayed stoal of
second and an Intentional pass was hand
ed to Doylo. Buck's control was still bad
against Snodprass. but he finally got him
on a line drive to Lewis. After that
O'Brien pitched a dandy game and didn't
give the Giants a look In.
Lewis made the first hit off Rube at
tho opcnlnp of the Boston second. A
sacrifice followed, but neither Stahl nor
Wagner could bring Duff the rest of the
way. , .
j Spoakor singled with one out In the
I fourth. Tie was forced by Lewis and
Gardner diod on a fly. Stahl stunp a
hit to right center in the fifth. He was
nailed when be tried to advance on a
short passed ball and both Wapner and
I Carrlpan hit Rube hard In this round, but
Heine's drive was gathered In by Mur
rav by a clrciiB cateh and Martjuard
blocked down Bill's shot.
Yorkc.'t's blow In the sixth occurred
with two out and Speaker fouled. A tre
mendous wallop by Manager Stahl net
tod him a pair of bases in tho seventh.
Again there were two down and "Wap
ner could not deliver.
The pinch hitters used In the eighth
woro helploss. Both of them had been
disposed of when Hooper pot Marquaxd s
lonesome Pss. Hcrzog's stop and throw
killed nrf Yerkes.
There was no advantage In the mat
ter of hitting except that Now York s
blows were better bunched. Lnch team
manufactured seven safe ones and there
were two doubles for each. Stahl. Lewis
and Devore were the leading swatters
with two apiece.
Josh's pair wore lucky and so was one
of Duff's, but Jake had a perfect right
to his. If he. had only saved bin double
for the big ninth Inning doings there
would have been a vastly different story
to relate. , .
The Game in Detail.
Joh Devore. itio Aral batter up. witcht-1 thr-r
bull ilrlfl lir and Kicn took tvo trikr. O Br cm
roI t!io nxl on" I" H'e Kroovc nnd Josh wiuici
it to rklit for ; clean hIiikIc. Doylo fsllrd to "'I
vnre lilm, ffiwlln? nut n sliort fir to SpA?r.
JoMi tJipn ino.l ft lfl. lil , thrown oit
cully, Wwtncr lalcliic Carrlem' perfect throw.
PnodKranf Uo OleJ out ti Speaker. No run.
TIlC fount W 1-.0 ftrlkpj ami two tnllR nn
IJoop-r wln-n lie tln'hnJ Into on and ralred
dinky fly io rMeher. T'rkra r.a.i nn rry vie
tlin nf M-riiimnrit lIMei. Mnnlnc p" four At
llvcrlc HneaVpr irni a Kiounilcr down to l)orl!
Out ll.r Nc York riUln lundtnl perecllr for
tlir third out. No mns.
Murray locked over ono and thrn rleklr.l tho
next on afnilln-; oui a mlehty arcaah to wattr
It vflT,u.i"f-. 'Br Pt iba firtt to wlo.
f MV- , , " blt h" touiiia't aacrtlle. but tb
JJfiJLj rker bunleJ tb a for a Mil dalh.
O nrljn to atail. Murray Koine on to thtnj. Her
vK taea reuirned to th bjch, by aendlruc a flr
to Hoofur that wai Ions eooucti to Jut Murray
.r, kT LHo Wt BrU
ball idtchc4 iortm to Oardner for tbo thlnl out.
Duffy twt oparirt auipleloualy by t'fJnr the
. 00,1011 h't oS Mariuard. it bclns a clean
lnsl to center. H fat Un second ball pitched,
witn two balla calIS Oardnur sacrtnetd blm to
aecond on a twnt to Honoc It wu t-o and
in for Slant irhtn h teat out i fir that Mur
ray fathered In nicety. Wagner alio couldn't
help Mnnlnr; on three pitched balls, the second
belnj a (out. No runs.
Fletcher worried O'ltrlen inio a walk after Ui
flrat two were called alrlke. Martjnard sac
rificed nicely. O'Hrlen to Stahl. but De-ore
fanned aftor jrtttlnr, three wide ones and Dojle'e
bent offertnic wa.n a hot icroander that Staht cared
for all alone. No run.
Car-lean lifted tall foul that Meyers cor
ralled and then both O'nrica and Hooper fanned,
the- latter on three pitched balla. Martjuard was
Roln Krcat rUst hero and the Red Soi looked
worried. No runs.
SnodjtraM watched one striko co oer and then
aent an e.ay rrounder to Tcrkea for the flrrt
out. Murray couldn't beat out a. bunl to O'Brien
and Merklo hit Uio second batl pitched rlsht
back to O'Brien. No run.
Yerkct made Marquard pitch, worklnc tho
count to two and two when he fouled to Fletch
er. Speaker hit the flrrt tell pitched to left for
a. neat slnsle, hut LowU forced Trls at second
on a bounder to JTeriot-. who made tho piltout
alono. Gardner then filed out to Murray. No
Giants Bunch Hits.
Heraoj; lei a slriki go oyer and then bounced
out a double to left field. Meyers went out,
0 Drlen to Staht. on an unintentional sacrifice.
Herxo-; taking third.- Fletcher a-wunc at one and
mlffd, but connected with the next one for n
alnslo to right, scoring lienor. Fletcher Imme
diately stole second, heatlnc tho throw rully.
Mnrquard took four straight balls and walked.
Deore hit to "Wanner, forolnc Marnuard to
lerkea, Pletcher solnc to third. Dnrore alro
9loIn second oleanly, the throw not belni; Rood.
Doyle also walked, aa!n on four stralcht balls.
Tills filled the bases, but th best Snodcrasa
could do wan a fly to Iyvwlr. One run.
Stahl nloahod out n fine slncle to richt, but
wns retlied on an attempted -.teal. Meyers to
noyl. Murray then mado one of his moat apre
tacular catches of a drive from Wasnc.-'e bat.
lie leaped In the air, spetred the ball and fell
completely over wJUi it. Even the partlaan Ited
Sox fans cheered. Carrlgan ended tho Inning with
a smash at Marijuard. No runK. 1
Murray took two atrlkes without maklnc a
move, then two balls and finally filed to Lewis.
Merklo worked the count to two and three and
then fanned out. Ilenog died on his grounder
to Wn-ier. No runs.
O'Brien wunB futllely at three straight pitches
and sat down. Hooper hit the second ball deliv
ered to him for lifter to Captain Doyle. Yorke.i
raised a little flicker of bopo by tingling to cen
ter, but Speaker put up an easy foul to Merers.
Meyers brought the count to three and two and
hen fanned on a fast high one. Kletcher laced
one down to Gardner, whose throw heat him to
the bag. Marnuard alio wis easy, rending one
down to Stnhl, wh6 toMed It to O'Brien for the
out. No runs.
Itvls took a couple of trlk. then a pair nf
wide ones and finally retired on a bounce to
Fletcher. Gardner aJo made the "nube" pitch
hard hut with two and two on lilm. fouled out
to Murray. Rtalil let a perfect striko go by and
then soaked the ball Into the left field stand for
a double. "Wagner couldn't help and retired on
3l high fly to Devore. No runs.
Devore had a strike called and then singled to
left prettily. Doylo hit the flrrt ball pitched for
a fly that Lewi gathered In on the run. Snod
grnta. tool: a ball and a strike, and then shot the
ephcre through short for a single. Deioro going
to second only. Murray fouled off a couple and
thn filed out to Irwls. Merkle wasn't there In
the rlnrh and forced Snodcrau on a grounder
to Wagner. No runs.
Stahl began to rush the mllltla In at this itaee.
Kngle batted for Carrlgnn and Bedlent went out
! to warm up for the ninth Inning. Kngle ran tho
I count up pretty well but finally filed to Murray.
Ball went lo the plate Instead of O'Brlon and
fanned on four pitched balls, tho first being a bill.
Hooper worried Manjunrd a llttlo and finally drew
x walk. YerkM took the limit count and then
went out. Honor; to Merkle. No runs.
nedlcnt and Cady went in to finish the game for
lh Red Hot. Herrog stopped tho first pilch with
Iil arm and went to first. Meyers hsd two strikes,
called when llenog trl-d to steal, tun was flagged
on a perfect throw to Yerkes. Moyers then nln
gled through short. Fletcher followed with a fly
In Speaker, the latter making a great running
catch of It. lie stopped rhnrt and threw to flre.t
ao well that he doubled Meyers before he could
get back No run.
Speaker wan first up and the Bed Sox rooters
appealed to hlin frantically to start something.
He let a wide one go and then put up a tall fly
to Fletcher, at which there were loud groaiiH a 11
over the field. Lewie did better With to
strikes called, he hit to Merklo and best tho
throw to Mariurd, who covered the bag. Gard
ner took a ball and then smashed out a double
to center, scoring the fleet Lotvla. The rooting
nov was little short of franlte and Stahl came
up calmly. The count waa two and two hen
Jnli lilt to Marnuard, who threw to third and
nailed Gardner. Herzog making a fine play of It.
Henrlksen then ran for Slahl Wagner hit the
first ball pitched for a single to right and Hen
rlksen went to third on It amid the most deaf
ening excitement Wagner Increased the din by
atcnllng second cleanly. A base hit at thin Mage
would have won tho game and Cady came up
primly Ho lot two go by. but otepped Into the
third pitch and sent up, ft hard liner to right field
that appeared to be the hit that would win the
game for Botton. Jorh Deyore was off with the
crack of the bat and pulled down the llnor. turn
ing defeat Into victory I
I FANS PAY FORTUNE I
TO SEE THREE GAMES
Total for threo games:
Total paid attendance, 100,502.
Total receipts. $196,fi3S.
National commission's share, 519.
New York club's share, $.15,394.51.
Boston club's share. 3lu,ri9t.S.
Players' share, ?10G,lS1.o2.
Last year the total attendance. In
cluding non-paid admissions, for the
first threo games was 101, 7R3, and
the total receipts were $195,91-1.50.
Official Score of Third Game
AB, B. H. TB. SH. SB. BB. PO, A. E.
nevora rf 4 022010200
SnnriMS Cf'... . 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
if 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 0
Kf' I ' V 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 1
wfrSS nb 2 112 10 0 13 0
Stvorf' C " ".' .-.-r 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 1 0
SS0,.'" .... 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 0
Total ... ... .28 2 7 0 3 1 3 27 0 1
AB. R. H. TB. SH. SB, BB. PO. A. E.
v, 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Hoopoi, n 4 0 , j 0 o 0 3 j 0
Yorkoa, 2b 4 0 x 1 0 0 0 3 1 0
Spoakor, cr 4 x 2 2 0 0 0 4 Q Q
Lowis, If J"" 3 o 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0
Gardner. 3u 4 023000 11 10
Stahl, lb ."; .i o 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 1
Wagnor, sa 2 0000003 2 0
Garriga". c 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Englo '!""": ' 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Oady, c o o 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0
O'Brien, P ' V. i o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ball . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bodlont, P ' o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 1 7 9 1 1 1 27 16 1
Total ." , , .
batted for Oarrigan in eight".
J?SSSd tor O'Brlon In eighth.
yfBatted for Stahl in ninth.
Score hy Innings ,...0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 o 2
New York 1 1 0 . - 0 0 2 17
Hits .. o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 li
Boston ... 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 27
Hits . " w7' m"do 'of f 'O'Brien, G in 8 Innings. Two-baso hits Murray,
Summary, ""fnnr Doublo playu Spoaker to Stahl. Base on balls Off
Horsog, StoVQMftuard ? . Struck outUiy Marquard 6 (Yorkos Wagner,
O'Brien, 3: off KrqSJll)- by O'Brien. 3 (Dovoro, Merklo, Moycrs). Hit by
O'Brien (2), g05ec Horzog. Umpires EvanH, Klem, Bigler and O'Longh-STIme-hSure
and 20 mlnntea.
FRESH I ES TO PLAY
OGDEN ON SATURDAY
The football team of the Opden hlph
school will play its first real pame of the
season Saturday momlnp at 10:30 o'clock,
when Coach George Brown will brine his
oquad to Salt Lake for a tryout with the
freshman team of the University of Uta.li.
While tho proopects for th local team
are not as bright as they mlpht be. the
players and Coach Brown are not lack
inp In determination to plve the "U"
freshles a llpht all the way.
The team which comes to Salt Lake on
Saturday will be made up from amonp
tho following studentsr Flay Pearson,
Claudo Farr. John Mille. Jack Tackett.
Frank Smith, Willis Smith. Wallace
Ituby. William Glasmann, Jr.. Jxyle
Griffin, Llide Lake, Leonard Malison.
Joslah Price. L. Cooney. John Checkctts,
C. S. Wallace and Kd Conroy.
The foilowlnp will be the freshman line
up for tomorrow: rtuppcrl and Moose,
r. c; Daly, r. t.: Peterson and Harris,
r. p.; TJIchnor and Smith, c; Parrj'. I. p.;
Brockmeyer and Hunter, 1. t.; Marpctts.
1. e.: W. Stack, r. h.: F. Stack and Llllle,
1. li.: Travis, f.; Moose and Gardener, q.
Tho following Is the freshman schedule
for the year October 12. Ogdon at
Cummlnps field; October 25. Jordan at
Cummlnps Hold, November 2. Granite at
Cummlnps field: November 9, Salt Lake
at Cummlnps field; November 15. Opdcn
at Ogden; November 2.1, Pocatcllo acad
emy at Pocatcllo.
MANY VETERANS ON
FAST DENVER TEAM
Interest Is already belnp displayed in
the blp pame between Utah and Denver
to be played on Cummlnps field October
19. Thero was a. moctlnp of the repre
sentatives of the conference schools tn
Denver early in the week and all the
schools except Utah were represented.
The question of cllplbillty was taken up
and the lists of eligible men were passed
upon. Tho following list of men who have
filled requirements and who will be al
lowed to represent the University of
Denver was sent to Prof J. F. Merrill
of the University of Utah csterday: Paul
Barker, James Blnpham. Guy Brubacker,
Nathaniel Card, Joseph Collins, Morris
Donaldson. Joseph Flemmlnp. J. J. Gun
nel, Gcorpe Herbert, Harold Klnp, George
Koonsman. Horace ICanyon. Jtoas Larpe,
Irvlnr Miller. Elmer Munn. William Nash.
Rufsell Palmer. Maynard Porter. Howard
Shotwcll. Reno Bobert. Julius Sc.hnicdcr,
Robert Wells and Marry Wilson.
Most of these men are veterans and
their reputations throughout the confer
ence assure tho strength of the Ministers'
lineup this year, and everyone looks for
a fierce battle this fall. Last year's game
between Utah and Denver resulted in
a 0 to 0 score-
Won. Lost. P.C.
Oakland 110 75 .591
Lros Angelc lOt 70 .5C0
"Vernon . .......... ..103 79 .."i".7
Portland 77 90 . 1 CI
San Franslsco lfC
Sacramento . ........ 63 lis
OAKLAND, Cal.. Oct. 10. Score:
R. H. E.
Portland 3 7 1
San Francisco S 10 2
Batteries Kocstncr and Fisher; Miller
SACRAMENTO. Oct. 10. Score:
R. H. E.
Oakland C, 12
Sacramento 5 10 2
Batteries Gregory and Mltzc; Gllligan
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 10. Score:
R. II. 13.
Vernon 5 12 1
Los Angeles 2 P.- 2
Batteries Stewart and Brown; Tozer
DENVER WOULD PLAY
COAST LEAGUE TEAM
DENVER. Oct. 10. James McGlll, own
er of tho Denver Western league cham
pions, is In correspondence with the
managers of the Oakland team In tho
Const league relative to a scries of post
season panics for the championship of
the west. Denver has taken three
straight panics In a seven-game scries
with Minneapolis, champion team of the
American association. Tho ncpotlatlons
for a series with Oakland arc contingent
upon Denver winning the series with
CHICAGO. Oct. 10. Another title
clash between Jack Johnson, heavyweight
champion pugilist, and Jim Flynn Is being
arranged. It was reported here last nlpht.
Jack Cmiey and Johnson were in confer
ence during tho day and the champion
Is said to have been told that another
JT.0.000 would bo posted for u tight In
Paris. Johnson assorted his willingness
to give Flynn another chance, but inslst-
i ed on a large side bot as a puarantco of
UTAH AGGIES PREPARE
FOR SATURDAY'S GAME
DENVER. Oct. 10. Scrimmage practice
yesterday, with light work today, was
I the programme at the Colorado State
School of Mines In preparation for Fri
day's pamo with the Utah Apples. The
Apples concluded I heir hard practice yes
terday. Coach Teetzell having planned
only light work today, declaring his men
ready for Friday's battle.
Grand Junction Coming.
The Grand Junction eleven will nrrlve
on the A:M train this afternoon. Coach
Kacher Is confident that his boys will
tako a fall out of the local hlph school.
I while Richardson of the local team Is
jjust as confident that the Indians will
pinch the Tiger's tall. Moth coaches
have good grounds for their assertions,
and from the dop- there Is little choice
between the two squads.
St. Joe Gots Bouts.
I CHICAGO. Oct. lP.Tony Caponl and
Ray Marshall were matched here last
night for a ilftecn-round light at St. Jo
seph, Mo., on October 29. and "Knock
out'' Brown and Steve. ICetchcll were
signed for a bout at the same number
of rounds at the same place on Novem
ber 2S. The latter match will be at 133
CHICAGO. Oct. 10. Many change
have been tirade on the Northwestern uni
versity football tonm In preparation 'or
the game with Wisconsin Saturday at
Madison. Tho men were put through
hard practice yesterday to get accus
tomed to their positions.
t'lrt rae l'le (iirlonc Pelllnc. Tttftfjejr
oll Ami up ird.
Index. Wt Index. ..Wt.i
mi Slv Ht !7l Kins Is.xr ....IP
IWt The UK Hl VtvUn t4
111 OoM Point ....tMliirilUer.il lo
t7 Mwn 1M I'M TerahiooV 1W
5e)iil tire Stx fiirloHe. JWMhr. Thftrjer.
oll D1 upTrard.
Ill Uon Crrcnleaf..1i UJ Unicl l
JM Fair LouUe . .111 UN Mtu lw
HM Dublin MIn.. . .1091 11M HefMvter lot
197 netlinlcVer ....lftjl
Thlnl raie rive furtenK Siltinx. Tvo.jrir
nlila. HOC YOXK ICS! 11 JrflBl' .TYKun.!01
ll Slorra Wl 13 Jtarte j,r ...101
lfl Senor Uoreute. 1' Allee Terea 101
tOv! rietVncy ..101'
Fourth rare-One roll. Selling Thrcr-rnr-eldi
Index Wt If Oirnro 10
UK Rota It5 I4rtrt IUmrTar . ..10J
HIS MiM Plfinle .. .1831 ll'S Tore Onard ....10J
IS?.' CreteJien O tl 1UJ ?lteplnd 10
tl KlKln W
Fifth rare Fire furlonc. SelllnR. All a3,
riJSl Abound 11I I'M Klnt Kirl lit
1233 Tur Po-t ....11JI1S3? Marte Cefhlll....1H
711 Rar Kfiin ....llllJW 0etj ciotb ....181
SI'th raerrire nr1 a half rurlonri. Selllar.
Three- ear-old and uparrl.
tn l-a- . I1 15' Rn StOfla . . 1M
HOI Mad Muicrore 1PJ 1MI Clara, W 1PJ
(i:57 I'lrkanlnnr 10J' (ml Itatel C . JOt
i: q-iev T 'p r
SIX FAVORITES IE
Talent Fails to Pick a Winner
in the Afternoon's
Six favorite in a row went down to
defeat at Lagoon yesterday and the
talent went homo feeling like they were
on the wrong end of a world's series bet.
The heavy track upset form calculations
and the horses failed to run to the figures.
However, a majority of the winners were
well supported by stable connections and
others and It is doubtful If the book
makers wound up the day with a profit.
The weather was the best that has
been experienced at tho meeting and with
promise of perfect weather conditions to
day and the added inducement of being
Ladles" day." when mombers of the
fair sex are admitted without charge
should bring out easily the banner crowd
of the fall meeting.
Jockey Roy Sclden, who has been per
forming at tho meet, -will not be seen In
the saddle for the present. The Judges
were not entirely satisfied with Master
Roy's efforts on several homos and
have susponded him pending an investi
gation. The track management Is de
termined that tho racing shall be- true
and formful and will act promptly Jf
lead to believe that overv starter It not
putting forth his best efforts
The Texas contingent put over a pood
one In the first race when The Fad
finished In front of his field. Frank
Ruhstaller opened favorite but quickly
receded on a report from tho paddock
that tho horse appeared lame. Lee Har
rison was backed Into favor while The
Fad closed nt ! to 2. Frog Eye was also
well played on a mistaken belief that
he could run on a muddy track.
Ruhstaller and The Fad ran head and
head until well into the stretch when the
former "cracked" and the Dallas stable,
horso lasted long enough to win by three
quarters of a length, from Lcc Harrison
which closed with a rush. Tembrook
dropped into third place two lengths In
front of tho tired Ruhstaller.
Favorites Finish Poorly.
The rout of the talent continued In the
second race. Gasket was made favorite,
and Stout Heart was a wcll-playcd sec
ond choice. Gaskot managed to gel up In
time to finish third a nose In front of
Stout Heart while Auto Run, at 6 to 1,
and Mrs. Gamp, at 3j to 1. were fighting
It out for first place, the former winning
by a half-length. Mrs. Gamp opened up
a tremendous early lead but tired badly.
Boland stopped riding too early on the
filly or she might have lasted out the
Dutch Courage, who was given the post
of favoritism In the third race, has evi
dently trained off. lie showed nothing
yesterday to warrant the belief that he
is In anything like his best form, and
finished away back. Just Red, well sup
ported by a select few, made ovcry post
a winning one. while Sweetdale. one of
the warmest things of the meeting, was
the runner up. The later was played
from a high offering of 15 to 1 to close
at 6 to 1, and ran a smart race. Charley
Brown was an easy third.
.Indpo Sale made It three In a row when
he won the fourth race from Miss Kom.
Rake and three others. Rake, which baa
won five of his last seven starts, was
favorite, but the truck Just suited Judge
Sale, which Is probably a better horse
than clven credit for brnsr. II. mnile nil
the pace, stood off several challenges
from Mlsn Korn, which was a keen con
tender throughout, and had enough left
to beat her a head at the finish. Rake
closed stoutly and saved show honors.
Long Shots in Money,
For tho third time since the meeting
opened, Rota wan made favorite nnd was
well supported by the talent, and for the
third tlmo proved a disappointment, fin
ishing out of tho monoy. The winner
turned up In C. W. Kennnn, which has
been performing consistently and figured
to havo rt royal chance. Flying and Mlns
Picnic, each quoted at 15 to1 1, finished
second and third. Jockey Groth's ride
on tho well-nlaved Oscuro wjk n Joke.
He pot the- gcldlup cut off a. number of
times, each time losing several lengths,
but for which ho would have been a cer
Balronla opened favorite in tho last
race, but In the face of a strong play on
Trcmargo closed at 2 to 1, while Tremar
po was n slight favorite at post time.
Orlmar Lad, from tho consistent Balchler
stable, was strongly fancied at 3 to 1,
while Mandadero went bcgglnp at 25 to 1.
Orlmar Lad went to the front at the
Htart and showed the way until well Into
the stretch, when Baltonia, which had
steadily Improved her position, came on
to win In a drive by half a length from
Orlmar Lad. Mandadero dropped Into
third place. Tremarpo was slow to get
In motion and was always outrun.
A constant stream of horses passed
through the pates of Iagoon yesterday
to reinforce those already on the ground.
The contingent from Vancouver, Victoria
and Spokane, seventy-one strong, and In
cluding some of the bst horses in train
ing In the west, were tho new arrivals.
The Canadian meetings closed Saturday
ami the pick of the horses were shipped
to Lagoon. A few days' rest will put
the runners In good shape, and with tho
track In pood condition an even better
class of horses will be seen in contention.
I'lrM re. five and lialf furlnncK The (7radtr ,
115 AmlrM. tj.70. M.0 and fi7i. won; noo'
er. 10-.' (Henryi. ll.W and ?.o. mart; Jirnml
OUI. US WacO. II.70i third. Time 1 07 Over
the SUnd. World" Wonder. ItoeV Par. Itojtl Atn
bo. HiMon. Farmer Joe. and lineal Crown alo
"."eeond race, tlx fiirlnnra Oreat llrltttn, 107
tllenrr. H SO 3 10 and t: 10. on: Crlaeo. in
fOrxwe). J and 11.50. econd; SrooVe llOMie. Ill ,
(Steelel. IM0. thlnt. Time 1 :1S 2-h. Trlnec
HerniM nd Piimhninun alo ran.
Thlnl race, mile nnd eventr Tard-CrofTcr
10. UBr MP. Jl.tO nd .0. won: Ifflrn,
101 f(5el, i:.70 and U.JO. feeond: Pliant ICO
(Obrtl. tJ.$0. third. Tine ., 5tamr. Tie
rale Plana. Wlihlnj: Rlnf, Supple. Beautiful and
Kthel Fimvon alto ran.
Fourth race. tv turlonea Htlea Parbee. 110
(Audrftil. 17 to 13.10 and : 70. on: Jim mr
101 ttor.ortbV : to and It.M. aecood. Kofleld.
107 (HuxIoo), t:o. third. Tim? t-i: 3-J. Ut.
tie Fathrr rretutnpllon alxj rn.
Fifth M'e. on mile Winter Oreen. IN (Mole.
rtrthl. li! ao, 17 and JS.fO. on: Coijnt!e, 163
fGooel. II SO and ! W. acrnnd; Reciprocity.
(Callahan). K 70. third. Time t : :3 J-S. Cor
Uil. Wlnnlne Witch and 1II llore aim ran
Sixth race, one tnllr Central Marehmont. 10J j
r.Molenrthl. t. : Jo and K. os: Fea Clin
ICS (C.ooiel. U 10 and M. aecfind: Fereroan. 101 ;
(T-allahanl. .M. third. Tlme-I l MCltnitV.
Jack Kill. Morkler, Coldena and E. 11. Mellrlde f
al;n ran. j
Flm race. flTe-elahth of a mile Far Hrub,
111 (nul.ell. to 1. oo; fierrard. JO! (Mai
ttnl. li to 1. teeond: PtocWtoo. 11 (Sbuttlmer.
3 to 1. third. Time 1 01
S-J-ond rare. fle and a bill fsrlon niton
tit (Sbuittajtrri. t lo 1 won: Mahubah. til tile
Tacstrt) 6 to 1. tcorvl: Ambroie, lt (Iutli
J to 1. third. TlwelrO .
Third race. thrr.n.uatefi of a mile, aelllns -Vtnrta
Stronte. ! Ambroe1. S to i. ron; Kate
K 107 fPalM. Z te 1. "ond: Pt-ct. 187 (Bm
in. to 1. third. Tlree-I H.
Fourth race, one and one.li.teotla mile Carl
ten O.. 1M fHopklBH. 4 to 1. won: Our Fiacher.
1M (Cili'il. J tn 1. eond; Sehao 1M (Shuttln
serl. i to 1. thlnl Tlm 1:IS ;-S.
Klfth raee. tbree-iuarter. of a mile, ulllns
Sherwoc-1. H- tnutwflll, : to 1. won: lloftman.
110 (l)rrnel. I! to I. eeond: CherTed. 105 (
(Sbuttlnrvri. J o 1. third. Time l:t-
Sixth race, one and one-ilxleenth mlf Ja---
quellna. 110 (Oro), 1 to 1. o: Wplferton. 109
(KracJii. to t. necond: OaVhnrU .107 (amalli. 1
10 to 1, third Time 1 t$. I
Tigers Are Secretive.
PRIXCETON". N. J.. Oct. 10. It might
well be imagined that Princeton -was on
the eve of the Harvard or Yale games
from the shroud of mystcrv that envelops
tho practice thl week. All the Important
wivk Is being done behind closed gates,
and the roaches declare that an attack
Is being developed more varied tban nny
Tiger team has presented In years.
I FEEL BULLY! HEAD CLEAR. STOMACH ' II
SWEET, B01LSJIGHJ - "CA5CAIFJS" I
You utcn and women who can't set sweeten tho 9tomabf remore the four jfl
feeling right who hvo hcnrlache, V1105'011 nn.d 'ermontinj; fopfl nrtd
..-..,1 - i e,,! foul cases; tnko the oxeois bilo from tni? i a
coated toncuo, foul taste and foul ivor- nnd' fttrry off lb(, COnMipJlte, , .1
breath, ntzziness, can't sloep, are waste matter and poison from the bow- ft f
nervous and upset, bothered with a sick. el?. : II
Cass, disordered stomach, and are all A Caaearet tonight will strnitht-'n jj
worn out, vou out by itiornius: a j0-eent box will ;j I
.Arc 'you Jccepinc your bowels clean keep your bead clear. ?tomacb swett, -j I
with CascarcU or merely dosing your- liver and bowels regular and mk . ;j i
self very few davs with salts, catbar- yon feel cheerful and bttllv for month & m
tic pills, castor oil and other harsh irri- Don't forget tha children -their litt!e J
tinsf tinstdes need a ;ood spn,lr cleauiiujr, ; fl
Cng'Mrcts immediately cleanse and" too. M I
m CANDY CATHARTIC 11
(AdTe-tlaeracr'i JSjr fl
TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART 1
Complied br r. ClarV. rabllifcrJ bj Mrx. r. SL O. 3V1naer
K. C. Hopper. Trealdlnc Judcr. 11. Monlti-. Start.. 9Mt
LAGOON. Vub. Thandar. October 10, Uir 1'surtli dar. Wratker elaar. Tratk kearr. SBr
I zlrtO l'lHsT KACC Kha and a bait furlonsi. Scitlsc Ttoet.7eAr.0VI1 tad un. Net ! fB
inU to winner 1M0. aeeond IK, tbtrd iV. B'
index. IIor. Wt. 3t. U Vj S. Sir. . Tin. Joat. Op. O.
1SH Th Kad. S IK 2 7T7! Ts i Tl Tn Orith S -t Bi
U: Uo llarrlaon II.. a. 107 l .... 1 ' t: at lUnattr .. I'.-l IBl
Wt Tembrook. lot ( .... K ; t : J ! Otom ! H
31.1 I. Itubataller. 4....IW 2 .... Ik la ! m I n rtfrnth ... '-4 B
13l TanU, X 101 .... SI M 17 M Mt 11 . .. M Kl
1M Froc Etc. j) j .... t t t, HUI.. I
At poil 1 nilnutfl. OS At 3Jt. Time :U. :(. 1;12.& PiA I-I plar. M kw. lUrrl- 1
fon 1S place. 1-5 ahow. Tembrook, 3-2 (how. Winner ofe. c. br WoobOwofe Fahloobl. Trained Kfl
br O. W. Keller. Scratched. W, Jo Tranlc 101. Staadlnc alart Ke-1 WoA'alspInK, toA - Hl
Ur third driving, lllr.li trlce. Tembrook 13, Tanla Jfl. lfr 4. Wlmer r Merest tr 1K4 N jjjjjjjjW
bid. OTerweljcht, TembrooV 1. Taata S. Istt Ilarrlioa II. I. T- Fad lay o the Inside ot Frame mB
Ituhtullcr until well down the atretch, when be drew away, havlnc naeaich led to atalt OS t.
llarrlton, which clpted l'.b a itront ruih. TembrooV eloe up all the war. Frank HukMaller Hh
atoppd to a walk, was under punishment the final elthth. Fros te cute not in In la rolm InnBafl
1 dn 1 fiKCOND RACt" Four and a halt turlonpu Fume. Tno-eir-l4. Net value to win- nLnlfl
1-tUJ per tK. t ceo ml 1J6. third !!. jn
Index. Hone. wt. St. U H ; Btr. Ttn. ' Jock. Op. CI." Bfl
1100 Auto Run lit : .... : H.i : 2 :tV: IS CaT'natisri . ... K " c
13C( .Mm. Gamp li: 1 I Ij IS li 2 IV4 I. Dla4 3 7-t
(1365) naiket 112 I .... 2 1 4 t 1 ! In Cfrr l
1012 Stout Heart 115 2 3 n I it tl. Nlcol 11 J aalnnM
901 Tom G 103 .... li 'i t 2 12 (I Roaea II M WH
.355 Force .. 115 2 Hi (X MtCloa-kcr . ... It . IH
... Kl Hablo 103 4 .... 7 7 7 Fauler II Hfl
At roll 1H minute. OrT at 3:04. Time ::i 3-5, :H. :47. Rum Z place. 4-1 akow. 0m (-1 H
place. -- .lio. GaCjct 1-4 how. Winner 'h. c br Mart Santa Maudo Fealr. Trained tor 1- aH
W. Vounc. Scratched 10 Flccknoy 105. Etandlnc atari cnod. Wen drlrtac. teMd toppinc. H
third drlrlns. HIkIi price, nun 7, Gamp 4. Gartet 3-3. Orervolxhf. Tern C. 1. Auto Run were H
Hit. Gamp down by derrc. Rfttlnc up In the anal atrlde. Mri. flamp opened np a tienet)4oM nnaafl
sap. but tired badlr the latt part. Gaahet unabln to Krp up la the. flm part, eloaed atoattr jH
Force turned around Quickly at th port 1'J't at the barrier fo
1 dri't THIRD n.CK-.HIx furlonci. Selllac. Thrcc-jcir-oUi. Net value to "tuner ink. H
11 Ui cond JM, third J3S. . jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjM
inde. Hotte. " " Vt. St. U H K Btr. FIB. Jockey. Op. ft.
IW Juu Red io: 2 .... 1 2V I 3H 1 3H 1 3 C. II. Miller.... 2 -t
3K Sweotdal- 106 4 .... 22 24 24 21 OrmM t I JnaaaH
1131 Charier Drown ....IK 2 .... 2 5 3 1 3 4 2 1 Cav'naUKh . ... 2 tt-1 Hfl
115? Padlo Shapiro 101 I .... I'i1 2 4 2 i Radtk C t WKM
mi Dutch Courage ... 105 .... 7 B X hi In Hill 31 3
13W Florence Krlpp ....101 1 .... : C2 UO Ul Mc)ncll . U InaaBI
13?0 Helen N lttf 7 .... S 3 7 7 7 Ototh 11 It fH
-At pot u minute. Off at S:31V. Tlm :24. :!, l:KJ-5. Red 1 place. 1-2 anow. B.t. ILaani
dale 2 place. rhow. Drown 3-5 show. Winner ch. s. br Oinard Dorlr. Trained lr K. Ileltlr. jjjjjH
Standing atari cood. Won eaallr, aeeond drlvinc. tntrd eaillr. IIIrIi price. 5wt'etllo li. Win- Inaaafli
ncr entered for JO0. No bid. Orerwelchl. Helen S. Juit Ited went to tile lead with a rtMh and iaaaaaal
held tho rame all throuch the. raee. Sweetdale tho eloU tn pursuit throuctiaat. Clttrler nran nannfl
held the balance aafe. Dutch Courts broke ilowlr, but Hill kept taklnc him baek la the flrtt nananO
rlxhth or the race. ijjjjjH
I I rt 21 TOURTH RACB One mile and twenty rardi. Srlllnc Thre t-f ar-old and upward. Snaanal
1 'I U J Net value to winner, tlii. aeeond JM. third ili. fnnaHi
Index. Hor. Wt. St. H V, ; Sir. "Tin. Jockey. Op. 57 flfli
(133) Judce Fal. i 102 4 1 H I 1 1 3V4 1 l'z 1 b Fauler 2 X EnHB
1JS7 Mill Korn, K 109 2 2 22 2 3H2n 2 2ti Hill I S nBI
(lJiT) Hake. 100 S II 4 4 Jltj :i SJrn 7l 1 InaHl
US: Miami, 4 W 3 42 12 3a I S til Car'nauch . .. 3 7-1 nHfl
12ST Force. S 112 1 3 Hi 3 2 IS t ( St n,ner 2 inaaanai
H01 RoteVAle. 10? i Eh ( Me Dow ell . II HI
At pott 1 minute. Off at 3:ei!4. Tlnic :2S, 1:1 4-t, 1:44 1-1. 1:4!. Silt 4-S place. 7-1 how SLaaM
Kom 116 place, 1 ihov Raka 14 abow. Winner hlV. b. br Pannorkbiim AMKKitA VleinrtJ. HHI
TralnH by W. II. Sink. Jr. SLtodlnz ttart tiwl. Woo ridden out. ateoml "tally, third drlvlar. Bnaaaal
UUti price. Rake f-S. Miami IS-J. Wlnnar entmei for 3oi No hid. Judre Sal mi.l" all tnaanal
the pe, itood several e.btllence made by MIn Korn durlna: the runolnc. Mlr Korn dlt In - Ibbbbbbb!
thr stretch, then rame with a rath. Rake trailed In tho early part, made a ttoul efTort In th- JinHfl
final furlonc. BnaaaS
ltn FIFTH RACE One nll. Roll Inc. Tbree-yetr-oldi and upwtrd. Nt rahi to winner BnaaH
1 f UU iW, recond t. third 115. fllHI
lodev. Home. Wt. St. U H i Sir. Flo. Jockey. pp. Cl ilH
120S C. W. Kennon. 5....IW 1 3 i 2 t 2 li 1U Cavanauch . .. t-2 H-A
131 Fljlnc I 10 2 2 1 2 2 It 1 2V, 1 IS, Flavher II 11 finaHH
W, Mlft ricnlr, 5 100 4 1 14 1 i III 2 , J I MulIUin .J t. faHnl
1132 Rota. I li: C C It 14 4 3-i Hill I-S -.'. M IBI
(13) Otcnro, 4 109 I 41 2n 31 41 57 Grvth 4 131 flnHlfl
iV) Dublin Mlnit.. 4....10? 3 C 1 i S i Hanover IS Jo iH9
At pott Vi minute. Oft at 4:21. Time :2 2-1, 1:13 1-1. 1 11. Kennon 1 place. 2-i ILHI
how. Flrlnc ( place. S2 show. Plenlc 12 show. Winner h. c. by Dick Wcllt Nearct. Trained EnHni
by W. S. Heath. Scratched. 1 400 Hancock 100 Standlnic atari nrd. Won drlrtnr;. lecood and GHH
Uilrd (tally. High price. Kennon 7-2. Fictile 1. Rota 2. Winner entered tor 13C0. No btl. C. llnH
W. Kennon 1a' In behind the leadcra aantlll well squared away in the strelrh. where b forsed nnBI
to the front and nulcaracd FlylriK In a drive. FlylRC ran MLh I'lmlc down, but hues to-se fibnnnnnnl
finally. Ml Flenlc abowrd nool epred, but weilcnnl. OKaro on the rail In ckMa tuarter, wa innnnnnl
forced to take up on tcvcrtl occasions. Rota outrun the eallre way. VnnH
4 1r7 SIXTH RACK Fire and a half furious. Sclllat. Thfc-jf ir-olit and upward, iitl Hnnnnfli
Hk) value to winner 7 33. second 334, third U5. fnH
Index. florae. WtTaL t H K Sir. Fin. Jockey. Op. CT '-Bfl
(1I0II llalronla. G 109 I .... 1 2 2 1 2 211 1 1 SeWen . ...... .t 'IBfl
(13)1) Orlmar lu. 3 ....101 2 .... Mi 11 12 2 1 Hilt H 7-2 'H9
1K Mandadero. 3 101 4 .... 2 h 4 h if, 2 2 (troth 2 24 anflS
1357 Trenunro. 11J 2 .... C C 4 1Vi Rney 3 J-l ; K9
IIu'li Gray. X 105 C .... 2 1 2); 2 a I lj C. H. MUler.... iSH
m Fleet. Fathlon. 3..1QI 1 .... I 'j li l C Orrae I I ?Mm
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Lad -C Plate, 1-2 fchow Mandadero. t show. W I oner b. l. by Ralsowan PebaslUna. Traln4 Biafl
by W Freeman. Slandlnc ttart good Won first three drivlnc Hlsh pre., llalronla 11-. Gray OanVSl
10. Winner entered for '). No bid. Oterwelithl Hush (Irar I TUIronU stood a loos bard '91
stretch d'l.e and rtmely wore thn leader down th final tumdrod jtrdi Orlnur I-Jd oily hunt "Blfl
tt the Unirt. Mandadero cloed ttroas HucH G-ay stopped after ho wins pood rpeed Tre- aflllH
ruriro rclu 1 to na In the car!y part made np a lot cf cTojrd t' 1 Anal fjusrtc S9
THe Oldest Blood Disease 1
The most ancient history furnishes evidence that mankind suftercd xvith ;
Contagious Blood Poison. The disease has come, down through all the ages
nnd is to-day, as it has ever been, a scourge and blight upon humanity. t
The symptoms of Contagious Blood Poison arc the same as in its earliest -Jfc
history, but its cure has hotv become an accomplished gS-'
diJflBfe fnct. S. S. S. is an antidoteforthc virus cC Contagious -jB
lUQ Blood Poison, and cures it in all its forms and stages. B )
aaV A person who has been cured of Contagious Blood Poi- ' If
S son by the use of S. S. S. need not fear a return of its . '
I j symptoms at any future time. This great medicine . K I
Wr I checks the progress of the poison and gradually but , ft !
QfflffiSfflffiW surely all sores and eruptions heal, ulcerated mouth B '
42mmmjmr and throat pass away, the hair stops falling out, cop- ffi fj
-- por-colored splotches fade away, aud when the blood is fft jj
thoroughly purified no sign of the disease s left. I-fome Treatment Book J&j- j
and any medical advice free to all who write. ! JK?
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0.t ATLANTA, GA. J M' 1
LAGOON MCE TRACK 1
30 Days of High-Class Racing :i
MONDAY, OCT. 7 TO SATURDAY, NOV. 9 li;
The very bot hortten, ridden by famous Jockcyi ovar tho beautiful ' 1
.tjoon course. f ;
:ONCERTS CY SCHEUTER'S ORCHESTRA FIR8T RACE AT 2:30 P. M.
All regular tralni via tho Salt Lalce and Ogdon Railway (Bambergar ft (,
-Ino) atop at track. Special train without atopi to tho track at 1:30 p. m. ?M
Returning Immediately attar laat raoe. Admlaalon, including return trip: U f-
3ENTLEMEN $15 LADIES Sl.00 ;
Ladies' Day Tomorrow, Ladies Admitted Free