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II ALL DEPENDS ON RUBE,
I : SAYS DAMON RUNYON
H Marquard's Left Arm Is all That Stands Between
S Red Sox Team and the Championship of
B the World in Baseball.
By Damon Rimj'on.
9 By International News Service.
H rEW YORK, Oct. 13. Assuming a
Si l ,'-t'lt' ancl Jovial vci" lo mask tne
M dark despair, let us say thsif. be
jW (ween the Boston Red So.v and
Nt tho championship of tho world
Mm now swajs only the thin left dorsal tin
m of Richard Do Marquis De Marquard; or
B . lo make it a matter of local news, hu
ll tween the Giants and an extra 51000
II t, apiece stand only the following items.
II to wit:
m Three f3) games of b.o.$oball.
S Pmoky J. Wood.
V .H. Bcdlent.
To this list niinht he added a flock
M 1,f Mght baseball players from the haunt
Jm of the famous hairless baked bean. Also
Ij the Giant viow of the title is further ob
l "cured by a band playing "Tessic." This
Mr r Jast is one of the crimes of tho era, and
W& if all our policemen were not follawinf;
L (he Becker case someone would surely
n he arrested for it.
M The condition .f Jfons De Marquis Dc
in Marquard's south t-lutch was extremely
ftfl pinl: at a late hour. He was winding
Hi It up on forksful of roast beef and dill
H pickles In the cafe of the hotel where he
M receives his mall. The telephone Rirls
said it was dangerous to poster a left
H bander at his feeding, fo we have no
n brand-new interview with the distln-
eulshed Frenchman, but wo sub one wo
I keep standing for pitch s, politicians
H and pugilists:
B Wood May Pitch.
ffl "I expect to win," said Mr.
m fblank for name of Interviewed),
i , "I, l;now I narfi a hard fight, on 'my
hands, but I expect to win. They haven't
a chance to beat me unless ihv pull
1 something I'm not looking for. I "surely
Ut expect to win."
I Such. inde(, may be tiic case. In any
m event, we extend to Mons Marquard our
M veo- best wishes, although he will find
ffl 2.J1?P, 011 t,,e bal1 niuch more efficient.
m That, he will encounter Smokv J. Wood.
t under 'Coogans Cammembert cllft's."
Sffi tomorrow aiternoon is almost a cortalnlv.
fU unless J. Gurland Slahi figures Marquard
SI ?J,k,cly J,? bent hls l'lub tba- lie will
II Missouri boy over for a ithot at
IB the Giants in Boston.
W The fact that he now has Hugh Bedient
UK to rely upon, however, is pretty sure to
Si fc2x If-adcr enough confldftneo to
II ?KiJe.h si n,na' charge for the champion-
III rhip behind his star tomorrow
x Players Ask for More.
U Amonj? the disquieting rumors of today
I was one to the effect that the hall play-
LS1 nf0,mmfssIo tp play an exhibition
S game after tho serleH at Cincinnati, or
U some other remote port for tho benefit of
S the new players association, A better
V Kcheme than this has been suggested
B lT.f- 11 B that th0 two eaaia sl'gn
I I? x vJnrooa vaurJevIJio circuit and
Play the big lime the rest of the winter.
Another rumor was that the ball play-
want, the magnates lo give them part
of the procccdH of tho fifth gamo on ac-
count of the tie game, which tho players
1 ?i,c5c was 1,1 "ow'se duo to negligence on
their part. Old Oliver Twist was a 100
to 1 shot in his demand for more gravy
compared to tho chances of this basoball-
a It Marquard should win tomorrow Tos
1 reau will get his third crack at the Sox
H in Boston Tuesday. If Tesreau should
m win then, Mathewson would undoubtedlv
1 Pitch tho deciding game here next "Wd
J "sday and the passenger agent of the
i ork. New Haven &. Hartford would
0 rejoice exceedingly thereat.
II -11 this is not Impossible, but we do
not guarantee that It will take place. A
t I lineup with so many "Ifo" always looks
weak against a 3 to 1 lead. However, the
t Giants have won throe games In a row
m before against clubs playing bettor hall
m than Boston and there is no reason why
if - Ue,y hou,3nt do It again aside from the
Mj Red Sox.
IB Hgure 3 a Jinx.
2i An earnest analysis of the figures touch
in ing upon and appertaining: to thi3 world's
yj series shows, besides much confusion, that
(I GJants5"1"0 thlee 15 1110 rcaI ""nK o tho
ll For instance, they arc three games to
B I i he Barber Tells You 1
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11 I When W Say next' K is Jllsfc S
hI I to give yoU ttle chanco to I
Bl " I ave your glass work dono 1
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Bi crew n town- 1
I -J THE CULMER CO.j
II "I Iass- Was. 3200 I
1 I Glazing. 355 S.W.T. I
the rear of the title. They have scored
but thlitoen runs, while the Sox have
.cored Just throe more than that. Tho
Giants have made three more hits than
their opponents or' 39 to .16. Incidentally,
two three-baggers put our boys In their
present predicament last Saturday. The
Sox have made three errors and the
Giants hnve made three times three. And
so It goes all along the line.
The men who have kept tho Giants in
the fight, aside from McGraw. Mathewson
and Marquard, are Charlt-y Ilersog, Jack
Murray, Josh Devore and "Handsome"
Harold McCormick. a champion pinch hit
ter from the wad of gum on the button of
his cap down to the sufficient soles of his
feci. Make no mistake on Harold.
Tie has been In there pounding for that
extra thousand. If Doyle had been play
ing to his 1911 world's season form, with
Murray and Mi7.og going tho way they
are. the present sprier might have a dif
ferent aspect. We pick Larry to blame,
because ho Is good tmturcd. Kvcrybody
had it in the papers about how Larry
Gardner lind.lt all ovor poor Charley Tlor
zog at third base and tlto Marylandcr
nitikcq a show of his opponent. Charles
leads tho Giants regulars and everybody
else in tho series, save II. McCormick, In
Indian Is Sick.
Also Tris Speaker was commonly ex
pected to wear horns in the series, but
"Red John" Murray holds him even in
hitting and every other way. Tho man
ner in wlitHi Harry Hooper stands out in
hitting over Devore and Snodgntss Is
quite prominent." not to usiy conspicuous
Ohirf Meyers, who hit .I'.OO in the series
of 1911. and whose work was a big fea
ture of the Giants. Is now hitting .280.
against his hca?oii'f average of .'Ml. Hi
sdiuwlnp is not lo be rompared to hla won
derful fight in the series of Kill, but the
chief bas been a sick man since the se
ries opened and not at all himself. For
rest Cady soon crowded BUI Carrlgan out
of consideration In the Sox catching de
partment. As for the pitching Mathewson has
given the Giants some of tho most mag
nificent pitching any club ever received
at any time, and they couldn't back it up
with properly timed punches. Thcv have
had the majority of the breaks In tho
luck against them, but oven that reason
offset the fact that even when they are
landing the most blows on the other fel
low they can't seem to lick him.
TWO ST. LOUIS TEAMS
TIE IN TENTH INNIjNG
ST. LOUIS. Oct. in. Darkness stopped
the fourth gamo of the intoiieague series
for the championship of St. Louis, be
tween the local Americans and tho St.
Louis Nationals, in the tenth inning, with
the score tied. 2 to 2.
The Nationals started the scoring,
making a ulnglc. an error and an infield
out count for one run In tho third. A
double, an error and a sacrifice In the
next Inning wan good for another tally.
The Americans tied it up in the fourth
without making a hit, scoring their runs
on two passes and as many errors.
Score by innings: R. H. J3.
Cardinals ...0 01100000 02 7 2
Browns .. ..000200000 02 .'I 3
Batteries Steele and Bresnahan: Ham
ilton and Alexander. Umpires O'Brien
and Finncran. Called on account of
Two-tnss hits Oakes. Evans Ko
notchy. Bases on balls Off I-Tamfllon 3.
oft Steele 3. Struck out By Hamilton 5,
by Steele f).
Giants Have Outhit Red Sox
In the Five Games Played
By R. W. LARDNER.
NHV YORK. Oct. 13. Harry McCor
mick is tho leading hitter in the
present world's 3orlcs, which maj' wind
up with tomorrow's gamo. McCormick
has been sent up t0 bat three times In
the pinches and has made j?ood twice,
giving him a porcentago of .GG7. This is
according to tho scoring of competent
newspaper writers, but Is not "official"
from the National commission's stand
point. The latter body's official scorers
gave Gardner an error on McCormlck's
drlvn In yesterday'a game, ond the base
ball reporters were not surprised to loam
of their decision. In fact, rulings simi
lar to this one wero what moved the
writers' association to appoint official
scorors of its own.
Of the men who have been In the gamo
regularly, Charley Hcrzof; of tho Giants
has proven the best batsman. The New
York third baseman has been at bat
eighteen times arid haw clouted for a
mark of .444. Oharloy has mado five sin
gles, two doubles and one triple.
Harry Hooper, Boston'H right fielder, Is
hia nearest competitor, with seven hits,
Including two doubles and a triple, out ot
nineteen times up. Tito Californian'n av
erage ls3G8. Trla Speaker and Ked Mur
ray are tied up with .31(5. The American
league star has been in the worst kind
of luck, for ho has pickled enougli balls
on the nose lo make his percentage .C00
U moat of his lino driven had not gone
straight at Giant, lloldero.
in the five games played so far, the
have outhit the Red Sox .210 to
I" .', h.r! Sox 1,av'' lonf' U belter field
ing, their mark being .080, as rompareo
with Jscw York's .9R9. In stolen bases
( First Play of the Championship Series
Hooper, the Boston right fielder, starting for first base after Tesreau, the Giant pitcher, had given
him a free pass. Meyers, the Giant's catcher, and Klein, umpire, are also shown in the picture.
RUBE WANTS JUST
10 MS TO II
Says His Arm Is in Fine Shape
and He Is Confident
BY RUBE MARQUARD.
By International Newa Service.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13. Tomorrow Is tho
day that I will forever put the "Q. T."
on that "$11,000 lemon" title. Also tomor
row is the day that Ihe Giants gel back
in tho running; the day that we will hand
out a stinging defeat to those red hosed
athletes from cultured Boston; tho day
that will start the Giants on tho road to
three succossivo wins and the world's
championship for the year of 1012.
All of which proves that it Is going to
be some day.
When I was a mere slip of a lad my
mother schooled me in not boasting about
myself. I have never forgotten It, cither.
there la no advantage, each club having
got away with five thefts.
Tho all-around star for the Giants to
date has undoubtedly be.cn Herzog. Be
sides leading both teams In batting, he
has fielded phenomenally, saving his
pitchers by stops and throws that looked
Moreover, ho has been Now York's
hardest fighter, novcr giving up until de
feat was an accomplished tiling, if the
Giants are beaten tomorrow or next dav
New York will not have any fault lo find
with the performancfi of its third base
man. Jack Murray has lilt well and ha!
mado uomo olrcus catches, bul thcv have
boon calches that superior outfielders
would pull off wltli less trouble. Larry
Doylo had the misfortune to commit a
costly error In Mathowson's game vester
day, but Larry's fielding has been fjreat
?4? a1n,le' The work of Meyers, Mcrkle,
I'letchcr and Snodgrass lias been rather
a disappointment to Polo grounds bugs.
On the Boston side. Heinle Wugnor Is
charged with two of the four Bed Sox er
rors, hut Heinle's defensive- play has been
tho equal of Herog's In Its brilliancy.
Tho outfield has performed wonderfully,
although Duffy Lewis muffed a lly In
the Up game and put his pitcher In a
deep hole. His catches have been as
good as those of Devore ami Murrav, but
ho has gone about thorn so unconsclouslv
as to lead spectators to believe thev were'
, not difficult. Yerlccs has done great hit
ting In the pinches and has fielded per
fectly, This Is his first year as a, big
league second baseman, but u0 one would
guess it from his business-like method oi
taking care of the position. Ycrkes and
Cady wero little spoken of before the se
ries started, but It must b said of them
that they hove more than hold up their
but I think it is my duty to my team
mates, to Manager McGraw and to the
loyal Giant fans to announce that l am
tit ancl ready to bring another victory t
If T were nol in shape to plth I would
not go in; if I had tho least doubt that I
wasn't right on edge. I would refuse to
work, even though I might bo called "yel
low" for not taking my turn. But Kubo
Marquard Is right and be Is going to win.
. I worked out for an hour tills afternoon
at tho Polo grounds. Mv arm was a little
kinky and J feared at first that I would
not be right for tomorrow's game. Rut
after having got up a lino perspiration all
the soreness left the arm and tonight it
felt like a million dollars.
There Is only one thing that may cost
me the game. The Giants must give me
a run. You know no pitcher can win un
less the men behind score at least one
man. Take that gamo Saturday in Bos
ton. Matty pitched the very best gamo of
his life but couldn't win hot-Huso tho
Giants couldn't score a couple of runs.
1 don't believe I will need even one run
to win tomorrow, but I will slake my end
of the world's series monev on mvself If
the Giants will jri.vo mo a pair of "tallies.
Manager McGraw called ino up on the
telephone tonight and asked how the old
southpaw wing was fixed. "Never better,
-Mac," T asKttrod him. "Well. Rube. I am
going to stako our all on you," he said,
"and T know that you can pull us out of
this rut wo are in."
This confidence that McGraw has In me
Is going to be repaid in full. Boston ha
shown the Giants nothing to date but
they havo had the breaks. They have
been moro consistent in their hitting, how
ovor. The Giants have been hitting the
ball good and hard bul they haven't mot
It when hits meant runs.
I wish McGraw would make a couple of
changes in his loam for tomorrow's gamo.
Ho ought to mako a shift In his outfield'
and also make one change in his Infield. I
would like to sue Harry McCormick plav
Ingr In that outfield. Not that. T believe
he Is any better than Murray. Devore,
Snodgrass or Becker, hut he Is a boar with
that old ash. I think lie is the most dan
gerous hitler In the country and McGraw
certainly needs to have some hitting be
hind his pitchers If wo pull through to the
1 am confident Larry Doyle will hit his
batting stride tomorrow and if he does I
will get tho two runs that I will need to
win my game.
SOX INVADE GOTHAM
FULL OF CONFIDENCE
BOSTON, Oct. IS. The Hod Sox, lacking
only one victory in the series with I ho
Now York- Giants to become the, world's
baseball champions of 1012. were a hnppv
lot when they U-n for New York this
With three victories to the Giants' one
so far, t hoy expressed confidence as to
the outcome of the game tomorrow.
Just before boarding the train Mannger
"Tho boys feel protty sure or the result
and everything seems In our favor. Of
course wo expect to win tomorrow's game
but If Wc should happen to lose wo still
have two more games in which to secure
Ihe fourth victory."
Inquiry among the players developed
nothing to indicate who would bo the Bos
ton ptlchcr tomorrow. Opinion was about
evenly divided as to whether Joe Wood,
who has won both his games, would he
selected Those who thought II would not
bo Wood picked Ttav C'olllim. thi left
hander, or Buck O'Brien and said they
thought Wood would h& iUii'cd Lo njiiiii
Tuesday if nciicEEarv,
Boston Team Has Proven
Superiority Over Giants
Although Red Sox Have Played Below Their Trm ltc
Form, They Still Outclass New York
By R. W. Lardner.
By International News Service.
J - jEW rORK. Oct. 13. The .cen
shifts back to New York tomor
I tow and the majority of Impar
i X 1 tioj spectators arc hoping that
the curtain will be rung down
I after another view of the Polo grounds.
for world's series no matter how ln
' tercstlng or how hard fought, are bound
to grow tiresome. Moreover. Boston has
proved It has the better ball club, and the
Impartia; persons mentioned above cannot
, hoc what good It will do to extend the
' agonv imioh longer. t
It may be .-aid without fear of contra
diction from New York or elsewhere that
i John M Graw Is up against it. He knew
, It vestf rday morning when Richard
(Marquard confessed to a sore arm and
f'harlov. alias Jen!. Tesreau. Informed
him that a split finger on his pitching
hand whp bothering him considerably.
There was but one thing for McGraw
to do ?sterdny. That was to pitch
'Matt. He had no other choice unlcps
I he wanted to forfeit the series, for no
ono olpo was available except the un
rellablo Ames, tho fading George Wiltse
and the peculiar Otis Crandall. who can
finish but is unable to start. The ques
tion la, "What will the little Napoleon
do tomoirow?" Will he try Marquard
and the sore arm. or Tesreau and the
However' he decides, the Giants will
go into tho game almoFt bereft of hope,
for tbo have now scon n roal Boston
pitcher outside of Joe Wood, and there
is no longer the belief in the New York
camp that Woody Is the only obstacle
between the National . league and tri
umph Faces Formidable Array.
Perhaps tho Giants will win tomorrow.
But if thev do. what will be loft? If
thev tlofoat O'Brien or Collins, they will
kno'w full well that Wood and Bcdlent
are lying In wait to lace them on Tues
day .irvl Wednesday. They must take
the next three games or lose the long
end of tho purse. After what happened
to thorn yesterday, most of them have
Giants Bubbling Over With
"Last Ditch" Sentiment
NEW YORK. Oct. I .".In preparation
for their last chance to prevent the
world series honors from slipping once
and for nil out of "heir hands and Into
tho clutches of tho triumphant Red Sox.
the New York Giants made the most of
their opportunity .o rest todaj.
While the Natio'ial league champions
recognize- fully -the disadvantageous posi
tion they occupy with the series standing:
tin eo to on? In favor of Boston, which
needs ono same more lo win the cham
pionship, not s man of tho Giants would
odmlt tonight that ho bad lost hope. On
ti c contrary, all wore Li.bbling over with
"last-ditch" sentiment. John J. MoGraw.
manager of the team, counts on his men
to show In Ibis crisis the fighting form
they displayed several times during the
league season when tholr rivals for pen
nanl honors had them forced Into tho cor
ner. "Once moro the team is forced down
lo the last stand." said McGraw. "and I
am certain tho mon will put. up a light
that will mako their friends proud ' ol
Thediitonsc Interest with which tho so
net haf been followed has abated some
what among the Giants' followers, with
tho dashing on Saturday of their hope
that tholr favi.rl:.-,; would win the gamo
DM IIS SEBES
Western League Pennant
Winners Take A Out of
5 From Minneapolis.
,DENVKn. Gnio., Oct. 18. The Denver
Western league team won (ho minor I
league championship by defeating Mimic- I
apolls, the American tissoolatlon pen- !
nam winners, today. In Die fifth and
final gamo of the serle. I to ;:, In Ho
most bitterly-contested game of tho
scries. Today's victory gave the In- i
ver club four out of tiie five game
Harris had a uluide the belter of Young
In a pitchers' battle until the ninth In
ning, when, after one man had been re
tired, three singles In succession gave
Minneapolis two runs and tied tho score.
Harris was relieved by Leonard, win,
retired the side without further scoring
Cassiday singled In Denver's half of tlio
ninth. Rurii. who had relieved Young
, In the eighth, became unsteady and
passed Beiill and Qulllen. Coffey and
French struck out, but Lindsav ended
the gain- and the series with a. single i
to left. Score: n. n, jj
.Minneapolis . -.0 0010000 .' n 8 I
Denver 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 -t ij :(
Batteries- Young, Burns and Owensi
Harris, Leonard and. Block. UmnJLrits
fib") .n.1 Hrpl0jl
iu Bi-ston. and thu even up the series.
Despite this and n the face of the some
what general conviction that the Boston
team was In a fair way to win out, indi
cations arc that another capacity crowa
will bo on hand at the Polo grounds to-s
The Red Sox did not arrive from Bos
ton until iate fntght, and neither Man
agers Jake Stahl nor McGraw was com
municative regarding the selection of box
men for the crucial battle tomorrow. Mar
quard looked to be the logical selectioti
on tho New York side. Ihe "Rube" hav
ing had a good rent slne hi scored the
only vicotry over Boston with which his
eh:ii had boon credited.
Ii -5lbllities pointed to Stah''s pitching
Ci'rns. bis lefl-hnnded lar. who made
smcIi an excellent showing in tm lie game
of lasl Wednesday. Stahl then, it was
agreed, would be In a superior strategical
position, counting on Collins to turn the
trick and end the series, falling which
outcome Wood, with an additional day's
reft, would Mill be available lo send back
lat the Giants on Tuesday.
LYNCH THROWS OUT
A CHICAGO VICTORY
NKW YORK. Oct. JC In a decision
madv public tonight. President Lvnch of
tho National league upheld Pittsburg's
protoHt acnlnst Chicago on the game of
October 2, when Catcher Cotter of the
Cubs, batting out of his turn in the tenth
inning, made a single which won the
game. The game wag thrown out of the
President Lynch gave out the official
standing of the league as follows:
Club. Won. Lost. P.C.
New York 10P. IS .6S2
Pittsburg DP. .GIG
Chicago oi ;,n .d07
Cincinnati 7". 7S .100
Philadelphia 7:: 7P ISO
St. Louis CI! I'O .11"
Brooklyn .. 58 05 ."70
Boston 5- iQi ,34Q
become accustomed lo the .12600 and havl
oult figuring on the big slice. fJ
This series so far has been unique llBV J
many ways. For one thing, there hat . .
been the weather. It was foggy yestew" 1
day and cloudy tho dav before at the PoIlSE
grounds. But it has hcm warm all thinuc
time. In fact, there was onlv one ddit for
on which oven-oats were not iincornWon c
ortable. Then. too. the scores have beete as?
unr-oinmonlv close. Only one of the dAmts
clslve battles was won bv a margin tir till
moro than one run. Woody' .-5 3 to 1 vldni 0
tory n New York Friday was the moSimpl
one-sided as far as tallies are concern a Jf.Jcl
The sot looks thus to th. writer. jr.
The Red ox possesses moro class anfr
Loi? ibc?n Pa''ns against all brands d
hard luok. To be sure, they haven't bejl,
fitting as hard as they can hit, but thej n
hsvc been hitting all tho rime. This
especially lru m vesterdav ' game whSLoY
they kept slamming away "at Matd,hJ
through most of tho Innings and wo2 'j1
able to collect only five safe ones. TherS.iL.
were more hard Boston di IvpS thnn
any of the other struggles, -tnd yet tSLT
Sox aornmulated tops hits. Boston hi .??
not piavnd its b?st gamo nSrovldi
The Giants, on the other kind. hatl'???.
or.krd bettor than at any time thai
havo faced the Cabs during the NitlomHy"1'
loiigu season. Th.v have shown thf? ,
spirit, liavo bat td harder azalrist falrttc;
gooo plto.iing. and havo fioldod morf p
cleanly and sensationally than in the!?"?'5'
midsummer games. There has beep bun '
ono bard luck member of tio. Now YorJmW,r
club In this engagement and bo Is MJli'b
Graw's best ball plavor. Larrv boyrtvwle
Fleldins: beautifullv at times, bo has bVTe na
inefficient In his defensive work on sW" ra
eral occasions and has bit in wor.c luf5 w'
than Rnyonc else In the sorios. with vf"1,3,
possible exception of Tris Speaker. ijS's
Herzog and Murray havo boon the Ner1"3
York stars. Tho former may be brandtf;s.aR
a horseshoe ball plavor. hut be c0rtalifS,on
ly has ot tho pac fnr his ?Id, and j 0f (
tho others had been able to fcop it ur JIcC
the Glnnte would not now h 'jp again3Tenl
an apparently hopeless proposition." i Io.v
The series has been the biggest ot?r'(J H
financially vet staged. AM kinds of re? rf
ords havp been busted. Tho playors eE(1 H
both clubs will co more nrmey than ev"iei
before was banded to thorn The magf rui
nate? will profit proportionately. The M$T,ani
mark In Now York has not been breketi not
but It has almost been tied twloo. Bole fo
ton set a new crowd record Thursday anfill h
bo.al it yesterday. There has been lofad tr
talk of ticket scalping than ever, and .Wfh I
has been easier for the real fan? to i Man
cure seats. -pill st
The Giants cam ovor from Boston larw t
night. The Sox will arrive here at lories
o'clock this evening. Tomorrow's crotwtart
promises to bo huge, although it wliay ti
hardly come tip to the other two, for theh eltb
don't want to miss the chance to gloa'alnly
if their favorites clinch the title in thl-Jiat h
town. J 1 0C
. 'hey t
IS25 quality 1 ene
$25 style- 1 .Jjy
$25 finish 1 fis
$25 fit atch
And you pay I HIG
only $15. 1 , F
Wear it away, 1 he
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mmrr'Ar TiflK-WBft. fti AigiTift played
. Pt3 1
I S25.00 worth of suit 1 JgJoi
j o we:
130 Days of High-Class Racing 38
MOM, OCT. 7 11 Him!, Iff. 9 '
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The very boat harae, ridden by famoui Jockey over the beautHW uSPV
-9oon ooui-m. UttfiL
30NCBRTS BY SCHEUTER'S ORCHESTRA FIRST RACE AT JMO P. M, tofley"
All regular trains via tho Salt Lake and Ogdcn Railway; (Bumborfltr apj
-In) atop t track. 3pc! I tmfn without etops to the traqk at 1:30 p. m. ti
Heturnlno Immediately after laet raoe. AtJmltelon, including' return trlpf The
3 EN TUfiM BIN ioi 80 Ijijfsld