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Another bad eectjon to-day,' only two ta
orltea runnlnc to iorm. ln tha , abc
" wne oi ue otsren upaeu 01
tha dy cam la tha. Boafefea etling
stake, for tnre-xeara and npwarf at
oaa mUe. Aaytade,. holder of ta track
record for thle dManee, waa beamy
hire.' BoperetiUon. alao,'wra Welt
Played. ,The favorite allowed a little
early apeed. but waa never a 'real eon
tender, . wnilam' Martin' iMrat. tin
Hump, wlnnlnc handily, th atar Jaa
snlne. of the McDowell stable, aeeond.
Supentition rot up In tuna to et the
ahort end of, the purae. The .winner
paid aa Mali ux'tol
Agate U the fifth race, form players
failed to cash. Keith Iaac Terkahlre
Boy, Exemplar, weravll heavily played.
Ruarloua, at a little better than even
money waa pretty .'Wen left alone, the
public not taking- kindly to the flu of
.temperament which, the Holland colt Is
subject , Hilarious had all the speed,
however, and won In a walk. with York
shire Bey aeeond and Edith Ines third.
Double Fire, a 20 to 1 shot, waa under
r, the wire first In the third event, a six
iuriona: aasn. canton Queen, the fhvor-
lte. cot .the. place money, and Xnlsnt
Deck came In third. Muff, well liked by
tna taient, tailed to run up to expecta
tions. The second race, a steeplechase for
officers of the army and navy. 'worth
sn to the winner, waa won by San An
.gelo. owned and ridden by Lieut. Grub
ble. San Angtlo was second choice and
led from the start. Knight of Away,
ridden 'by IJeut Dickey, the favorite,
appeared to be the best of the lot. but
let the leaders get too far ahead to win.
uus Straus, looked stiff and sore .when
tie went to the post, but ran a good
race up to the last Jump, where he
, slowed down and finished last.
The first race, a dash at five and one
half furlongs, for two-year-old fillies,
was won by the Talbot .entry. Coy well
played at ( to E. Miss Edith from the
Schorr 'stable, who carried a large
amount of the public money, stumbled
In the back stretch and threw Teshan.
her rider. He was not seriously Injured.
. In the last race Charles F. Oralnger
talked off with purse with. El Bart sec
ond, and Lord Elatn third. Accord, the
favorite was never a serious contender.
FIRST BACE-TW-nmixiUi: vIMbt- m
one-half rorlaocv Cor. Ml (HopUu). to . was:
Parit Qacsn. Ml (8aell). St, nasi: gstub. T
(Karrlck). I to 1, tbtat, Tim. 1ST Jewel of
.". nooey -. unonez. roewr mm rata, nn
Hrstcr Fithm alio no.
SECOND BACE-Stnpkehue; finrrteMlos and
opnra: to D ruoeo xqr oskna ox th si and
utt: aboot two and ait half bbUm. bsb Aafvlo in
(Urut. Grabble). 5 to 1. won; Knicht of Elwar. Mt
(Urot. Boskcrl. mil. Manrf: Tmtm 10 fi-nt
Bnidfotd), f to 1. thlid. Time. !. Qui Stnaa
THIRD fUCE-TfcretTtBKMa ami npwanl; tn-
ins; ox rollouts. Doable Yin. Ill (BntweD). to
i. woo, uuiton Qneen. IU (Martin). I to S. wacond;
Knixht Decs, IU (Gooac). I to 1. third. Ttrae. 1J4.
.Lndr Sibil. UnS,' llouaml. VXm, Th Gardner.
Montr Fm. Moocilrf. Lord Weua, MIoalDttte. and
Hallack also ran. ,
FOCBTH RACE Ttw Hopkins Srillnf Btakca;
tlJM added; thrn-jnaiolda and epward; ooa-aDa.
The Brann. MB (Martin), SI to 1. won; Star Jassunc.
S3 (Brrne). to 1. aeeand; sasmtltioa, IU CBnt
weD). 13 to L third. Tbse. 19U Altamaha.
Hamilton. Atriade. Cheater Knaa. CBS Eds. Mar-
jorle A.. Perthihlre. and O. X, Mfflar abo ran.
FIFTH RACE-Thrtt-reaivolaji and upward; on
mQe and ertaitj jarda, Tirlmin, in (Small). I to
5. won: Torkahir Box. Ml (MeTaagart). to J,
ond: fcdllh Inet. US (Brace), S to I. third. Thaw,
144. Xew niter. Con Curran, Eton Bine. Ccae-
.monroa, Tnrbin Candidate, Patrick 8.. rjeconse,
.and Kineplar also ran.
SIXTH KiCE-Thrre-jearoMa sad onward: seD-
-ins; one sauc sod a taicaar. Charfcs F. (lalafer.
112 (Brrne). M to I. won; Etbart. 1M (Falrbrotner),
' 3 to 1, asnrid: Lord Slav, in (Small). M to I. Hard.
Tim. ISM Mr Gal. Haldrman. Kaogstr Lad.
MonaSenr X, Slabs, Taboo. Snpcrriaor. and Accard
FIRST RACE Fir and one-half fiillaum Cutia
B . IS (Gooae). IU0, won: Aa Ma. 113 (Borel)
RIO, aeeoad: Alma Read. IB (Oridrr). USA third,
rune. mtU. Mle Tale. Idde, CarpatlOa. BpasJab
Qoern. and Cheerful alao ran.
SECOND KACE-Thm-raarlda and upward; tie
'am omiaii lirnona. rwjal Tea. JW (Bntoa)
WA won: Sareaer. ES (Steaiel. M. aamadt Halerfa
W2 (Turner). M. third. Tub. 14. Cohort. The
"". Jinrr, una or upur, ana Jitrrar ssn ran.
THIRD BACE-TwoTtaMilds: sbz fnrlonas. Fie
ri i i-ara. in (Buxton). BJn, won; XlpaWar. Ml
(Gooae). AM, aeeond; Ftriitt Tom, Ml (Steele)
.CJO. third. Time. lJii. Cream sad Star of
aJenoM alat ran.
FOURTH RACE-Tha Chenstn HcIIhie Rtako
-thra-ar-olda and upward. na and aw4ixtaata
.Bdlra. Volthorr. 1M (Oanx). . won: tunth. M
""""ii. "". aacona; uwa dusau, SB (Uooae).
S). thud. Time. 1 at White Woe, laense Street.
Maty Darta, and Puck aha ran.
FIFTH BUCaVTaree-rearelds and upward: aa
and onlsteenth nttce. Moiaant. M (Tarlort. ttt..
won; Tom Birbee. IU (Henrr). mm, aaeand: WnU-
irea u., n isaimni, mus, turd. Tbaa.'14la.
Far O. Dawaon. Barn Dance. EapUatt. MooBhcat,
Jack Ellla, and Pier Dosus aku ran.
SIXTH RACE-On and ona-eighth -aulas: three
reartds and upward; eellmi. Firing Fset, Ml
(Borel). e. won. Conaole. Ml (Oooat), S. aacsad:
Mr Fellow. 1M (Timer). 8, thbd. Time, 13BM.
Feather Duater. Hauler. Dfck Baker. 8tr Cateahr,
Louis Katz, and John Lewis aha ran.
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FIRST RACKFun; twe-yearold saaidan calm'
ore ana oau runonaa.
Farmer Joe............ Ha
Ducal Crown ... IU
'Jim Mr Gall 119
The Under. IU
SECOND RACaVTwe-nurelda: ate fnrin.
Bumntaoua.. ..... Ill I Great Britain mr
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fhaat ....... Ml I SoppM..
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IN FALL TOURNEY
Fomr Hatches is Mixed Doubles asd
" One is Women's Singles is
Five matches were played yesterday
afternoon In the twenty-fourth annual
District' tennis tournament held at the
Bachelors' Club In Woodley Park. Four
matches were decided In the mixed
doubles end one In the women's singles.
The contests, though one-elded, were
well played and interesting. In the first
round of the -mixed doubles Miss. Enid
Hoioen and K. Hornldge defeated Miss
Maude Sewell and A. J. Gore by C-2 and
t 3. Four games In the second set were
deuced before a winner was decided.
In the semi-finals Miss Holden and
Hornldge took the measure of Miss An
nie Dufour and B. Glesy by Sl and 62.
Miss Oufour's service was weak at tunes,
while 0!esys base-line shots were er
ratic .especially In the first set
The only match In the mixed doubles
was between Miss E. Bryan and Mrs
Herbert M. Hall, the former winning by
I and C L The first set was the best
and closest played yesterday. Mrs. Hall
won continuously at the net, while "the
winner excelled In her service. The sum
Mfaad douNea-Oflea Enid Holden and Bar Hor
nids defeated Mim Mauda Sewell and A J. Gore.
by - and t-3. alias Era Baker and a T. Chan
mas defeated Mfas L. U. Mm and Mr. Wick br
default. Mia A. M. Doll asd Loci I. Dnjl
defeated Mr. Hathawaj and Ralph Barnard br de
fault geml-naal round-Miaa Eaid Holden and Ror Hor
sldat defeated Miss Aaale Dufour-and B. Uiesr
br 1-1 aad -2.
Women's atnaVa Firat round-Miaa EL Bma de
feated Mrs. H. X. Ban by 1-4 aad S-L
Flay will continue this afternoon at
2.30 o-cloc.when the, seml-nnals In the
women s atngles and the mixed doubles
will be completed. The finals in the mix
ed doubles will probably be decided. The
card for to-day follows:
Mixed douhka-Sessi-anal round-Miaa Era Baker
and CT. Chapman ra. Mis A. M. Darfa and Louie
Women' ahudea-Second round Mim Enid HoU
en n. Mas C-Bryan.
Semi-nhal round Mias Anni DnJbur ra. winner
of th Mim Brjan-Mlaa Holdea match.
The Engineer football team has been
organised for the season and will be
pleased to hear from the local clubs for
games. In arranging for games please
address Henry Loinsen. manager foot
ball team, Washington Barracks, D. C
D-Ul team. Wasblncton Bancka. D. C ,
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on the Polo GroHndi, in Sew York,
Coatlasred fraaa Pace One.
His concern was Heine Wagner, the
rugged, smashing shortstop of the Red
Sox; his Immediate thought was Carrl
gan, the Irish backstop with the
bludgeon bat. for the score was a tie
and the Giants were on the defense.
Matty Tosses Oat Sedlent.
Fletcher luckless Arthur Fletcher
whose error behind Matbewson had
given the old master of the pitching
craft bis greatest trouble, was replaced
In the tenth Inning by Sbafer. -who. In
the Giants' half of the eleventh, retired
both Wagner and Carrtgan, gamely tak
ing a terrific smash In the stomach from
the Irishman's bat, but getting his man.
while Mathewson himself tossed out
Hugh Bedtent, and then Silk O'Loughlln,
officious, shrill voiced, told the stands
that the game wds called on account
of darkness and that It would be played
off to-morrow at Fenway Field.
They tell you that youth must be
served, but one' of the oldest. If not
the oldest pitcher la the game. In point
or service at least, had fought oft Col
lins, -the Vermont collegian, who was In
knickerbockers when Mathewson was In
bis .big league prime. He had driven
back Charley Hall, the veteran of the
Red Box, and the finish found Jake
StahL the Sox. chief, using another of
his best boys against the old star ofi
the Polo grounds.
Mathewson's work and the steady
pounding of the Giant batsmen drained
the Sox pitching staff. As a last desper
ate resort Stahl had Smoky Joe Wood,
the hero of the Tuesday game, warming
up at frequent intervals in the outfield.
That would have left only the unknown
quantity. Buck O Brien. for the morrow,
if to-morrow's game can be played.
To-night a heavy rain, presaged by the
clouds that hung over the town nearly
all afternoon, began.
Marrmy Aspslm Stars.
Red-headed. square-Jawed John Mur
ray, the lad who stoically withstood a
bitter -fire of criticism of his shortcom
ings In the world's series a year ago.
bobbed up again to-day as one of the
stars of the occasion. Fste has appar
ently determined to reward Jack's mar
tyrdom, in the eighth Inning to-day.
with Matty under bitter Are. he turned a
complete somersault backwards Into the
bleacher section In left field occupied by
the royal rooters of Boston while trying
to get a fly from Duffy Lewis bat. He
had a narrow escape' from serious In
jury, but even as a crowd of spectators
and players rushed for him "Red John"
came up, standing In a very petulant
mood, because some one had stolen his
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FEATURES OF SECOHD , ' '
WORLD'S T SEMES GAME
Oct. . Batteries
MathewMB aa Meyers aad WU
aaeu CeUUs, Halt, BcsHeat. aad
Searf g i elevea faatsujai
calwd aa aecamat ( darkaesu.
The.eiaBa play fa Beaten -marrow,
taetead ef New York, ea
wcavaat.aC to-day's tie.
The BelaUas mt both teaasa was
The errors were assay aad
clariag, dae ta the aervoaaaesa
af the alayera.
Mathews1 poor aasport prae
tlcally leat aba the araaae.
Manny caatlaaed his heavy
etlek wark, srettaasr a triple, a
aaaUe, aad a single oat at are
ttawia aa. ' -
cap for a souvenir while he lay prostrate
among the rooters.
Another Giant star waa Charier Her-
ioc. who drove .home two runs for the
Giants In "the eighth inning after the
thin-flanked, swarthy-faced liall had re
lieved Collins. f . . ,
It waa John Murray who Just before
that .smashed autia two-bagger on the
left-handed collegian, which had sent
E-Qodgrass home with the first run of the
Inning and started the rally.
A close analysis of the game from the
Giant standpoint would take you back to
the first Inning for causes and effects
and the greatest damaged traced down
to a muff of an easy liner by Arthur
Lenta Makes Cosily Error.
Taking the Boston viewpoint, however.
we And that Duffy Lewis' muff of Snod-
grass' easy fly In that eighth Inning
opened the way -for Collins' departure.
and tho tying of the score by the big
town boys. A smash br Tris Speaker In
the tenth connected up With an error at
tributed to Artie Shafer, who relieved
Fletcher at ahort field, on a throw to the
plate, put the Sox back In the game.
McGraw shifted his attack time and
again In this game, bringing up his re
serve -force at strategic moments. Harry
McCormlclc. the great p'nch hitter of
the team, who has been carried by Mc
Graw at a big salary all season and
never used for anything but hitting In
the pinches, repaid the Giant leader to
day when he brought In what, for a mo
ment, seemed to oe the winning run.
Arthur Wilson and George Burns
were scrambling among the bats over by
the Giant bench when McCormlck went
up 'In place of Fletcher, and It waa
certain that If he failed Mathewson
wouia be lifted for another pinch hitter.
McCormlck landed, however, and then It
was that McGraw decided Matty could
hold them with a single run. and the
"big train" returned to the box. Rube
Marquard. the wry-necked left-handed
sensation of the National Learan eann
had been warming up In left field to take
aiatty s place in the box.
lad Not Kaaagh.
The one-run lead was not enough when
Speaker came to bat. This was the Sox's
side of the tenth. Arthur wiimn u
catching and Artie Shafer was at dhort.
Chlef Meyers had been 'taken out of the
game by McGraw to let Shafer run for
him. Wilson made a fine play, snstching
uf Dwe ian soon puncn to the
uic oi ine Plate' and retin hi nan
st, first. Then Speaker hit a terrific
liner up against a low srrean harriar in
center field, which had been placed there
to keep the overflow crowd out of the
playing territory. The ball caromed off
tno Doaras and Becker rot It SharVi-
ran out --back of aeeond and took Beat's
mruw. Bpeaxer. seemed to be taking his
time as ba-swuaa: Into thlnti hue m,.r.r
Juggled the ball long enough to start the
great Texan, whirling to the Dlste.
Shafer'a throw- cot awav from wiiann
as Tris flashed under the blocky Giant
rn.ua wis scorn was again tied on Mathew.
Matty wUspered hurriedly to Merkle,
who got the. bag. .and hurried over and'
touched arte apparently making the
claim that Stoker had failed to toucn
the bag aa ha rooaded that station, but
Bill RlglertheNaUonsi, League umpire
on the bases, shook, his head decisively.
Duffy Lewis followed 8peaker with a
two-becs drive Into right center, and
went, on 10 intra as Doyle made a re
markable fielding Slav In aettlna Gard
ners soUerraack of first and shooting It
over to Merkle. but Herxog tossed out
oieui, ana ueroner was, left.
A perfect throw by Shafer would
have had Speaker at the plate,-as ha
mjssed It la. his slide, and had to crawl
back' add touch It aa Wilson scrambled
for, the ball. .Speaker claimed that 'as
ha -want Into third Herxog Interfered
with .him, asd) when the Sox took the
field "he 'met lbs .Masylander at the
pitcher's box.ad they engaged In a
heated conversation, which prosalsed
blows until Dolyeraad. McGraw got be
tween them and etas' dad thess avert.
Speaker, re tamed to oeater whHe Do vie
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This Is real pitching, and as Matty lid
not, get warmed up until, about the flfth
Inning, It speaks all the more for his
nerve and ability.
Matty pitched just three balls In. that
eleventh, session, and the side was re
tired runless, without a man reaching
first base. Shafer. who replaced Fletcher
In short, pegged out two -while Matty.
wound up the -game himself by tossing
Gagner again played a great game In
short for the Red Sox, as did Doyle -.at
second for the Giants. Another New
York, star was Charley Herxog. who held
down the third station. Herxog drove
In two runs 'With a slashing clout after
Hall bad relieved Collns.
TEE GAME TJT DETAIL.
New York Snodgrass drove the second
ball pitched Into the bleachers for a two
base blu Doyle struck out. Becker went
out, Terkes to StahL Terkes handling
Becker's grounder cleverly. Saodgrass
took third. Collins threw out Murray at
first base. No runs.
Boston Hooper scratched an Infield hit.
Hooper stole second. Fletcher dropped
Terkesr line drive and the batter was
aafe at first, 8peaker beat out a bunt
and the bases were filled, with none out
Hooper waa forced out at the plate on
Lewis' grounder to Herxog. who threw
to Meyers Yerkes scored on an Infield
out ot Gardner. Lewis and Speaker
scored on Stahl'a hot drive to left. Wsg
ner was out on a fly to aeeond. Three
New York Merkle fanned on the first
three balls pitched. Herxog hit the third
ball pitched for a three-bagger into right
center. Herxog scored on Meyers- nit
which struck Gardner In the face. Flet
cher went out on a fly to right Ma
thewson was given an ovation by the
crowd att he went to'tne bat Mainew
son forced Meyers, second to short One
Boston Carrlgan wns thrown out third
to first Collins wss retired, second to
first Hooper hit a two-bagger to right
Yerkes wss out Fletcher to Merkle.
New York Snodgrass went out on a fly
to right Doyle fouled out to third.
Becker was retired, short to first No
Boston Sneaker led off and went out to
Merkle unassisted. Lea Is sent up a high
one to Murray. Gardner was oift, sec
ond to first No runs.
New York Murray got a three-base hit
to right center. Merkle fouled out to
third. Herxog was out, fly to center.
Murray scoring after the catch. Meyers
singled to left on the third call pneneo.
Fletcher filed out to right One run.
Boeton Stahl struck out Wagner filed
to right Carrtgan was out. third to first
: No runs.
Fifth Inning. ,
New York Mathewson .was a strike
out victim, and Carrlgan. dropping- the
third strike, threw the" New York pitcher
out at first Snodgrass fanned. Doyle
went out fly to left No runs.
Boston Collins struck out Hooper
singled to center. -The sun came out
bright at this point, and Snodgrass ex
changed places with Murray, who-went
to left Snodgrass going to right- Hooper
stole second. Meyers' throw being too
low for Fletcher. Hooper scored on
Yerkes' three-base hit to right field.
Speaker line-filed to Fletcher, who threw
to Herxog, catching,- Yerkes before he
could return to the bag. It was a quick
double play. The stands were In an
uproar. One run.
New York Becker was out Yerkes to
StahL Murray singled to right Merkle
filed out to Speaker. Murray waa out
stealing. Carrlgan to Wagner. No runs.
Boston Fletcher fumbled Lewis'
grounder, and the runner beat the throw
to first Gardner sacrincea. Matnewson
to, Merkle, Lewis taking aeeond. Stahl
aent up a high foul, 'which Merkle drop
ped. Btahl went out on a Up, to Math
ewson. who threw the runner out at first;
Lewis- on third. Wagner was out" on
grounder to' Mathewson". who touched the
runBerori'theMlne. No runs.
New York-Herxog singled to right
Meyers popped -out to Yerkes. Hersog
stole second. Carrlgan's throw-being low.
Fletcher went out on a fly to first Math
ewson. -struck out , No runs. '
.Beaten Herxog took Carrlgan's ground
er aad threw him out at first Collins
struck out Hooper west out. Port to
Merkle. No runs. ,
V laath Iaala. ;.
NewTork SrK)dgrasa hit to Lewis, woo
raaffed the ball, Snedgrass being aafe on
the error. Doyle singled to ceater, Saod
grass .taking second. Doyle was forced
at second when'Yerkes tok Becker's
BTOUnded and threw to Wagner. Snod-
raaa Went "to, third on the play. Mar-
ray aepoieer xo nut ntsu oisncnsra, vscor
lug Baerajisi and putting" 'Backer' oa
taltMmH was here sent IB to pitch for
cMsaar-Merkla fouled'.oat to catcher.
ir.t - e Uru . . 4 . .. . a En, -f.
SMeiiMiMi&k , rrffe -
-Cbwrklit by U Int.rntiwJ JCew garrfe.
with the lottos. Xed Sox is, the
FLtAIICIAL SIDE OF
SECOHD BIO BATTLE
(MBctel paid atteaaaaee. M,14S.
Total receipts. rig.Sma.
Flayem" share, gSLSMiat-.
Claata- shave. Sie..
Red Sax" share, SlfMaCdZ.
WntleaeK reasw Isslsa'e share.
Tans tar the receipts for the
Brat re gesase shew aa taeransi
asseaattnar ta naere than lOS
over the receipts ( the two
games plsyed last year.
drew elase to 111,111 asere than
did Philadelphia aartaar the saea-tas-
eoaabat la the Uaaker City
two bagger Into the bleachers. Meyers
out snort to first Three runs.
Boston Yerkes went out on a fly, to
left Speaker went out pitcher 'to first
Lewis doubled to left field bleachers.
Lewis scored when Gardner -drove a
vicious hit through Fletcher. Gardner
taking second on the throw-lnw Stahl
singled through second. Gardner taklng
thlrd. Stahl stole second. Wagner struck
out one run.
New York Fletcher went out short to
first Mathewson filed out to first Snod'
grass got a base on balls. Doyle 'up;
Snodgrass stole second; Doyle walked.
Becker also was passed, filling" the
bases. Murray forced Becker at sec
ond, short to second. No runs.
Boston Carrlgan went out pitcher to
first Hall was out on a foulto third.
Hooper filed out to Doyle "at second.
Tenth iaalagr. ,.
-New York Merkle tripled to center.
Herxog went out short to first Meyers
walked. McCormlck batted for Fletch
er. Shafer ran for Meers. McCormlck
filed out to left and Merkle scored after
the catch, Shafer being held at second.
Matbewson filed out to second. Wilson
went behind the bat and Shafer In short
for New York.
Boston Yerkes went out catcher to
first Speaker hit to center field for a
tnpie. lwis doubled to center, scoring
Speaker. Gardner out second to first.
Lewis on third. Stahl went out. third to
first One run.
Bedlent went In the box for Boston.
Snodgrass waa hit by a pitched ball.
Doyle fanned. Snodgrass caught steal
ing, catcner to snort Becker walked.
Becker out stealing, catcher to ahort.
Boston Wagner went out short to
first Carrlgan was out short to first
Bedlent was retired, pitcher to first No
runs. Game called at the end of the
eleventh Inning on account of darkness.
.BAcnra cards fob to-day.
"FIB8T BACE-Two-rear-olila: aaUin-: pun: flee
BaWV MO Mattl L. lie
Canard. 103 Paaeea.............. m
Uardea ot Allah'..... its Fatu Grub.-..... in
L Bamrilla . in Frrd Lerr. IU
jowtaiar. 1 Ralph Uord. lu
Dnpsoad ......... 10 witcn. iu
AJE&-.,,.. l Old Coin. 111
Cbtltoa Dance ....... 1M
SECOND RACE-Two-jear-old maidaw; purse;
tlr and a half furlonsa,
Baaao .:... Ill Battarr. ...... Ill
Mohawk Olrl Ill Ambrca .. lit
TrWer. lit lien. Bra Leo. IU
Exto.H ....... Ill Boarsacaa.............M lit
Inetslow..... . IU Fakoset. .... Ill
Mahubah IU Hale Carder... 111
THIRD RACB-Three-jear-oicls aad up; atulng:
Tiiej..- Rata K. Mi
Bar '......- IIS Aatrolonr... ........ . mt
laoWou. .. . IW Hand Xisnslnx MT
nm,.... VH eneU Strome ... MS
BounrTTil Laaa. US ThatUr.... . .... MS
FOURTH RACE TTue-iat-oIda and up; haadi-
oae ana aneixiauui mint
na. M I Sebaar. aa
FIFTH RACE Thr-rear-61co) and, up: leulng:
CbarTT Bead ...... M I Bra Loral. ........ HI
Surfeit. la I Sbervood..... .......... lis
BarkesVr... ............ MS Anani.... ....... j..... 115
Moltke.. t I Hoffman .. ue
bixtb HauE-4Bie-jir-oias: aanrnrr- pass
sav; one na mi suuw im roue.
nu-neifs.e t..-. all
IrtatvKid MS I
lai I wif,iii, ..
tl.Aatiswada,...w.. MS J Jcqo-Una.
... Iff I John Reardoa.
a By Oeorge B. Morris.
-r- v- ,
First race Old Cain. Dogwood,
Fatty Grub. ' , "-
Second race Vary Ana K
Battery, Afterglow." .
Third - race yeneta' Stroma.
' Thrifty, inctson..v- i
Fourth race Flamma, Kormak. '
V"0V Fisher. - v'r
,Flfth race Sherwood, Anavrl,
Boffman. .Sixth Jc CoL Ashraeade, -1
Jacquellna, John Reardoa. '
lattfMt IteliaC CkflirtiM.
n. Oct S.-Wefr-i Juat-aarrSm-fi
nearer the baseball cbampionsMa af tke
world. I bad my mouth aB Sat.aaM fe:
ot times to-day ta
have to wait tin to-tnoriuw nmnat :
1 !. te. ,.'- - a.. .
nfnilMsiaJeT I f
r ni. wuiMa verse-, ,-mnawa. ss v-sra;aaa vl
Mra aa you were bora. I.ragretaa aaaa -".'!
aa the most ardent Giant rooter that n c
putsa to win to-oay. sat seaeaser a -
reet mat we really achieved
wa would in victory. .
we tacaued toe Hea BOX.
tbelr own back yard, aeaoti
for the first time, and we teemat ShaagUn
At, ta.tlll WT i-,. iMid, -ar af
A...- -m -, - - .. . ..T'a
asss oa uirve runaj oauvuaaaea en.'sma -1
start ani twfnr tltA. , ..wimas ,ww rj4
Amvm wtn m ,Klw llnfc,Mi ka,''l'fl
.-. .v w. . w- -, rm-wmr
wooas. i am- not tryrag to aavi
excuses for our failure to Wmv7 X :
acknowledge that wa toaasd'ost imHsajr-fel
on several occasions wnen-ts aaavaaaB
sewed up tight for any sort eg real
Giant base balL We oveiiooked
tunltles time end again. But it
experience that should do us i
world of good. . ,
vlt takes the sort of stuff or which tka
Giants are made to come through aa aar
tram did to-day. If. after that Stat fce-
nlng. one man had shown tho least 1
htartedness. our cause would have
lost I tell you w have a lot of faith
In Mathewson and we simply could swat
sec him beaten. Every felow on the tanas
wss full of life and action every min
ute of the thrilling game. X know I
never worked harder In my Ufa aad X
am sure each of my felow players aa
say the same thing of himself.
Mathewson should have won. He dmt
not lose. He will come back stroaaar IB
his next game Just as Teareau will coma
back stronger. McGraw. by knplsf
Matty In the box, throughout the eatlr
eleven Innings forced Jake Stahl ta un
cover his hand. Stahl has Just oaa vet
eran pitcher we have not sssn Ms igat
ball manipulator. "Buck" 0Brisa. It la
doubtful If this fellow will be sent saw last
us. The reet we have seen and liked.
We gave three of them a proper dust
ing to-day. Two of them we drove oat
of the box and the other we might have
treated to the same medicine if the con
test had not been halted by dufcuses.
Now when any manager In a .wartd'a
aeries Is forced to use three pitchers ta
one game It certainly looks to aaa aa
If he acknowledges a weakness In the
Mark my words. Bay CotMns wfil hava
a miserable afternoon the first time ha;
comes back at ua." I don't think hall
tarry quite as long: In our midst ..unJeeai
he was stmpiy "Toeing- to-oay.
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in the latest FallFashion.
Material splendid; fancy
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