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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY;? DECEMBER 2.JU913..
Real Chance to Get Big Game Nationals Warned Not to Sign
DON'T SIGN TILL
Catcher Henry. Natieaals'
Representative en Players'
Fraternity Se Advises.
BONUS FOR JOEBOEHLING
BIoBd Seratipaw Rewarded fer His
Good Work Other Sporting
Gotap of hterett
By) WILUAU PEET.
According to a member of the "Washing
ton baseball club spending the winter in
the Capital, John Henry, one of the
representatives of theNatlonals on the
executive board of tlie Players Frater
nlt, has written personally to each one
of Griffiths players asking them not to
sign 1911 contracts until they hear from
As has been prevoosly published, the
demands of the Baseball Players Fra
ternity are In the hands of the national
commission and thus far no action has
been taken by that august body.
Until the fraternity hears officially from
the commission every effort . Is belmx
made to restrain the players In both the
major leagues from affixing- their John
Hancocks to the contract papers.
In discussing the matter; with Manager
Griffith the. other day, the Old Fox In
timated that he did not propose to send
out contracts to any of his players until
late In January, and Intimated that 710
trouble In the slightest degree was an
ticipated. "I have always treated my ball play
ers fairly in the matter of salary," said
the Old Fox, "I pay them according to
their work, not on past reputations or
"If a man delivers the goods for me he
is well paid for It. Players know this,
and I never have any hold-outs."
The chances are that the majority of
major league managers will wait until
the commission acts upon the demands
of the Players" Fraternity, and until
such a time as the fraternity shall have
Issued a statement, before 1014 contracts
re sent out.
The outcome of the whole shooting
match win be that certain concessions
will be made by the national commis
sion, the Players Fraternity will Issue
a statement that everything is O. K.,
and business of signing up for next sea
son will start with a rush.
A few das after Joe BoehHng. Griff's
blond southpaw, established a record for
consecutive wins, wbiie the club was In
Chicago, one of the local scribes travel
ing with the Nationals, went to BoehHng
one day and said:
"Hey, Joe! did Griff slip you a bonus
for winning all those games?"
"Iso, why?" Boehllng replied, as It
faintly dawned upon him that sometimes
managers did little things like this.
Oh, I just wondered," mused the
A week or so later this same baseball
writer approached Griff and wanted .Jo
know uny uoeniing wasn t entitled to
some sort of bonus.
"I'll tell jou why." stiffly replied the
"I don't ghe my ball players bonuses
for breaking records. Boehllng draws
his -salarj each montb. doesn't he?"
The scribe admitted that he probably
old, and the Incident was closed.
Nothing more was said until after the
reason, when this same baseball writer
happened to meet Boehling on Pennsyl
"I've got somethinij to show you."
cried the Richmond Ihunderbolt with a
grin, and pulling out a letter from Man
ager Griffith he exhibited the missive
with great glee.
A check was Inclosed and the letter
said substantially as follows: "In recog
nition of your good work during the en
tire season, I take pleasure in inclosing
this check which may come In handy
during the winter."
The check was of sufficient bulk to
cause the scribe to stare open-eyed and
cay. "I didn't know there -was so much
money In the world."
Griffith never forgets a ball player "who
has given him good, honest, conscientious
work, and who has delivered the goods.
Another reason wh7 the Old Fox will
probably experience little difficulty In
signing up his players for next season.
Doc White, the famous south-paw, of
the Chicago "White Sox, who learned base
ball on the sand lots of "VJaahlngton,
pitching for Central High School when a
schoolboy and later going to Georgetown,
where he was rated as one of the best
in college, ranks, will be a manager next
It seems funny to refer to Doc "White
as a famous old-timer, yet he has out
lived his usefulness in the majors.
White will pilot the Venice club of the
PadOc Coast "League, and there is a lot
of speculation as to whether or not he
will make a. successful minor league
As a ball player Doc was always rated
SAYS NOT TO SIGX
Catcher of the Nationals, who ad
vises members of the "Washington club
not to sign contracts until tney near
RUMORED THAT FUCR
Head of Baseball Players' Fraternity
Is Elected President ef Federal
League, Is Report.
CONTRACT CALLS FOR $7,000
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. J. David Fultx,
head of the Baseball Players' Fraternity,
was elected president of the Federal
League at the recent Chicago meeting,
according to an unofficial announcement
made here today. Christy Mathewson is
slated to succeed Fultx as leader of the
This announcement included the Infor
mation that FulU's new contract calls
for $7,000 the first year, $3,000 the second,
and J3.000 the third.
It h explained that Fultz's election as
president will not be officially announced
until certain pending disputes between
the players and the National Baseball
Commission have been settled.
JEDEEAIS TO QUIT CHICAGO.
Decide that Windr City la Too Hard
n Proposition. Vf
Chicago. Dec. 1. The FederarfXeague
promoters have decided to abandon. Chi
cago and are planning to take Mil
waukee Into the so-called- outlaw cir
cuit James Qllmore. who backed the
Chicago , Feds last year, has come to the
conclusion that It will be a waste of
good money to compete with the "White
Eox and Cubs for Windy City patronage
The promoters. It seems, are gradually
steering away from a conflict with the
major leagues, and are scheming to
make headway against the Class AA,
American Association. s
Hare Comfortable Lead ia Cbttixli-
men's League Henry Ober" Has
His Average of 99.3,
The end of the eighth week finds the
Cltmbe's leading the league In the Ingram
League by a comfortable margin, with
fifteen games won and three lost, and
a lively light is being waged for second
honors by the Boosters, erstwhile cham
pions, an the Ischkablbbles.
Interest Is at a fever heat and much
enthusiasm and friendly rivalry Is mani
fested, and Judging from the splendid
form shown by the bowlers a great race
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TJP TO WTT.T.TE H0PFE.
Billiard Champion Mu.t Defend
Title Against Jap.
Willie Hoppe. the champion at US
balkllne billiards, who recently success
fully defended his title against Calvin
Demarest, when he defeated his chal
lenger by 500 to "31, will In all proba
bility be called upon to again defend
his title In January against Kojl Tamada.
the Japanese expert.
Tamada. since he has been In this
country, has shown himself to he in the
first ranks of balkllne exponents, and
more than once has caused onlookers
to marvel at his wonderful accomplish
ments with the Ivory spheres.
ISSUES SWEEPING DEFL
Vigilant Reserves Challenge Any
Eleven In the District.
The VIgDant Reserve football eleven
Issues a sweeping deS to any team In
the District. Manager Denham's outfit
has meet 'and defeated all comers this
season, having one tie game with the"
Spartans, and is now ready to play any
club that may come forward, the Pied
monts. Itoly Names. Emeralds. Trojans,
and Pastimes. These clubs can get ac
tion by addressing Manager "William Den
ham. 429 Tenth .street northwest, or tele
phone Main 636.
among the smartest. That he knows
every angle of the game goes without
saying. But many a smart ball player
from the big show has made a fizzle
leading a team of his own.
Good minor league managers are few
and for between: more is required of
them than the average fan realizes.
"White possesses the baseball knowledge,
but will he be able to rule with on Iron
hand when occasion demands, will he be
able to develop players, make advant
ageous trades, and the hundred and one
other things incumbent on the position?
"White's many friends In "Washington
believe he will make good. "We all hope
so, for no more popular ball player ever
wore spikes. Even In the old days.
when. Doc used to beat the Nationals
with sickening regularity, the fans here
wore for Mm,
"White's career In Venice. CaL, next
season will be watched with considerable
Interest by "Washington baseball fans.-
NEW LEAGUE .FORMED.
"Washington Coaacll, IC. of C, Or-
ranlzrs Duckpin CIrcmlt.
At an enthusiastic meeting held Sunday
morning, November 30, which was at
tended by thirty-five members, the new
Washington Council Duckpin League was
This, league was formed at the sugges
tion of Grand Knight Rover in order
that the members st the Knights of Co
lumbus' oldest and largest council might
not only acquire skill in making strikes
and spares on the duckpin alleys but
would also become better acquainted with
Games will be rolled on Monday even
ings at the Potomac Alleys, Wisconsin
Alleys. Georgetown. The officers elected
for the ensuing year are E. J. Cunning
ham, president: Rene Fralle. vice presi
dent, and James K. Fltzgibbon. secretary-
treasurer. Announcement of the person
nel of the various teams and the sched
ule of games will be made at the next
meeting of the league, which will be held
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
T0 HOLD SMOKES.
Merry lime In Store for Potomac
Oarsmen Saturday Might.
Capt. John Evans, of the Potomac
Boat Club, announced last night that a
smoker would -be held bythe club Sat
urday night, and that a royal time was
in store for every member of the club
who attends. "With clever boxers In the
dub, not to speak, of the wrestlers. Capt.
Evans has mapped out a good program.
Several of the District's leadjng vocal
tats will enliven the evening, and with a
big spread and several other features
the oarsmen will have a good evening
In their cozy little boathouse on the
bank cf the Potomac River Saturday
AT EASTERN TODAY
TweBtr-tbres Men to Report to Coach
Donett at Capitol Hill
Manager Lawson, of the Eastern
High School basket-ball team, will
have the twenty-three candidates who
have signified their Intention, of try
ing for the quint report to Coach Dog
gelt this afternoon. The squad which
will report this afternoon Is one of the
biggest that has aver responded for
the indoor game at the Capitol Hill
School, and among its number are such
well-known goal toners as Eakle, Mc
Coy, Lawson, Greer, Dean, and Thor
riett. The following candidates will report
this afternoon: H. Eakle, captain; T.
Farbsworth. manager; Lawson, "Wood,
Danforth, Dean, Dement. Beck, Greer,
ReiUy, Dyer. Faulkner, McCoy, Clark.
Thornett, Williams. Pope. Bassett.
Bradburn. Secor, Baldwin, Fisher, and
They schedule for the season is as
December 10 Friend, at Eaattm.
December IT Gonraga. at aUatem.
December a--. H. 8. Alumni at Dartnuetfc, at
January 1Ttra. at T. M. CL A.
.1 January Jo-Cathedral, at T. M. c. A.
FebmaiT II BaadotpQ Macoo. at front Boral.
February 30-A. A K. Prepa. at T. M. C. A.
March 13-BoiiMaa, at T. If. C A.
HAEDWICZ, HAEVABD, TO WED.
Football Player Ia Engagrtl to 3Ilss
Boston. Mass., Dec. 1. At a tea riven
Saturday afternoon at their home in
Brookllne Mr. and Mrs. Galen L. Stone
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Ml-s, Margaret Stone, to Hunt
ington R. liardwlck, ison of Mr. and
Mrs. C Theodore Hardwlck, of Qulncy.
Huntington Hardwlck is a member of
the Junior class at Harvard. In both
his sophomore and junior years he play
ed on the varsity football eleven and
Is the strongest man In college. He
also played on the varsity baseball nine
and won his "H" with the track team.
Miss Stone is about twenty years old
and was graduated from Bryn Mawr
College this year. She Is an expert
horsewoman and motorist. Her father
is one of the Arm of Harden, Stone"":
Pitcher Cntes' Loses Hand.
Greenfork. Ind., Dec. L EH Cates.
pitcher of the Indianapolis Federal
League team, had his right hand torn
off In a corn shredder. The accident
happened on the farm of Cates uncle
near here. Cates, who pitched with
his right hand, was oneof the main
stays of the Indianapolis club last
Now for basket-ball, bowling, and
checkers. Clear the track!
Certainly. Why not have the Array
Navy football game In Washington? The
Capital Is really the only logical spot for
Jack Chesbro. former great spltball
pitcher, wants to be a Federal League
manager. We have no objection.
World s baseball tourists are now in
Japan, or near there Batteries for to
day? Harvard's claim to the Eastern foot
ball title ts a Just one. No- team has
beaten the Crimson this season.
Tip to Louey Dougher. Add wireless
dispatch to daily Schaefer brainstorm.
"Schaefer probably realizes by this time
that 'crossing' the water is far more diffi
cult than 'crossing a pitcher.
Contemporary pulls this one: "Sev
enty-nine Harvard "HV may be worn by
students at that university. This number
Is Insignificant compared to the Harvard
H's" sworn by the Yale bunch shortly
after the big football game this falL
From St Louis comes the rumor that
Mound City fans In a hurry to read the
official batting averages of the Browns
Just turned the paper upside down.
As sev en of Tale's regulars will grad
uate next June. It can be said that pros
pects for a winning football eleven In New
Haven next year are exceedingly bright.
Why this fuss about Brlckley'a field
goals? They can hardly compare with
Eckersair's. The Chicago star got four
points for his, while Brickley's were
worth only three. i
Added to the horrors of the war In
Mexico is the news that a few race track
bookies have been stung at Juarez.
IS BADLY INJURES.
J. C. MTIEART
Navy half back, who Is in the Naval
Academy Hospital with an Injured
knee. He will not be able to play
basket-ball until after Christmas.
FAKE TELEGRAM SENT
. TO ANNAPOLIS PLAYER
Quarter Back NichoHi Receives Wire
, Before the Game that Hit
Father Is HL
M'REAVEY IS BADLY INJURED
Blc Chess Match Abroad.
Word comes from Dr. Emanuel Lasker,
th world's chess champion, that his
match with Rubinstein, the Russian
champion, will take place In Europe" nexr.
summer. Fourteen games of the match
have so far been bespoken, these having
rtn 1iM for he th rflififl 1m TXavIIm
Frankfort, Moscow. Lodz, and Warsaw.
Down the Alleys
e Cigarette of,
The Piedmont yon smoke
today is just like the one
you smoked yesterday
Iastyeajr-or tea years ago.
The same choice, high
grade tobacco slid, rich
A cigarette of suchns
common goodness thatim
itators have sever been
able to equal. Whole
coupon in each package.
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Big Crowd "Watches Ritchie Box.
San Francisco. Cal. Dec. 1. With a
crowd of more than E00 fans on hand to
watch him. Willie rVtchle went through
his Sunday's grind prior to his approach.
lng mill with Harlem Tommy Murphy
for the light-weight championship.
UARBOLXi COUNCIL (K. OF Q) LEAGUE.
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Special to The WaaUsztoo Eerali
Annapolis, Md., Dec L It has become
known here that Nlcholls, quarter back
of the Naval Academy football team, re
ceived a telegram Just before the Army
Navy game in New York Saturday, In
which It was stated that his father was
very ill. and that he should start for
home at once.
From certain things In the telegram
Nlcholls did not believe that It was gen
ulne. and played throughout the game.
However, he naturally was anxious, and
was relieved after the game wheni a, re
ply to his telegram made It certain that
his father was not even UL
The' Naval Academy authorities are In
vestlgating the Incident. It Is hopedVthat
the telegram was not Intended for -Mid
shlpman Nlcholls, but was delivered to
him by mistake. Some believe that some
body who had bet on the Army took this
method of trying to disconcert Nlcholls,
who was to handle the team.
The telegram was sent from Baltimore.
while the Tticnolls live In Spartansburg,
S. C. It was signed with a feminine
name which Nlcholls did not recognize.
Midshipman C. J. McRearey. left halt
back or the Navy team, was Injured In
the game and Is now in the Navy Hcvpl
tal here. His knee was badly dislocated
and the ligaments torn. He is not likely
to be back to ordinary duty for four
weeks, and may not play basketball this
winter, though he s captain of the team.
GRIFF BIDS FOR
?M ef Nationals Will Ceafer
witk Service Leaders ia
USE TEMPORARY STANDS
'Crowd Crald Be Takes Care of, Sap
M0H Fox" Mitf-Se Not
Sporting Editor. Dear -Sir: I feel very
much hurt over the criticism cast upon
me by the patrons, of my park in re
gards to teams that have visited here
this season. I have always tried my best
to please the public and give them their
moneys worth. 1 have been advised by
many "so-called friends" that I should
lose a game now and then to make It
look good, and that the people would
be better satlsned. But rlgnt here, let
me say, that neer 'will my team lay
aown, ana wnen we lose it wtu oe on tne
level. My team has a reputation to de
fend and, they will, to the man, do.lt
with their last breath. My boys are one
of the gamest bunches ever collected to
gether, and X am confident tn their abil
ity to stick to the end. That is VIgl
Now, I will offer a purse of 00 to any
one who can gather a team together, or
know where I can get a team that can,
or will, defeat the VIgilants. This goes
tor any one, ana i wiu oar no wesgnt
or star. Now get busy you fellows that
"knock" and make some easy money. 1
wllltPlar this game December 15. the
only open date we ave. Thanking you
for past favors. I remain jour truly,
-OB OLTVXRI. Jr..
. Manager V. A. C
BAMNQ CARDS TOE TODAY
By C. W. SWAX.
Manager Griffith, of the Washington
baseball club, will make a bid for the
ArmyrNavy game next fall. Last night.
In an Interview, the boss of the Nationals
stated that as soon as he had conferred
witn resident Minor, of the ball dub.
he would get in touch with the heads
of the Naval Academy and West Point
With Manager Griffith issuing, this
statement, and with the plans he has
already made. Washington at last has
a real chance to secure the big gridiron
battle. When Griff says he will make a
bid lor the game, that goes, and the Old
Fox will work every wire to have the big
contest staged here next fall.
Speaking of the game. Manager Griffith
said last night: "We would have to
erect temporary stands, holding, say M.-
U"J. DUt tnis could be done by putting
the stands on a line with the playing
neia, and Dy erecting double deckers on
the present fifty cent seats. In this way
seats could be made for as large a crowd
as would attend the game.
"It would cost a lot of money, but the
ball club would be glad to undertake the
proposition, without a cent of compensa
tion. All we would want would be to
break even. Washington Is the place to
hold the game, that is admitted on all
sides, and I think that after I bate had
a talk with Mr. Minor and frith the
Naval Academy and West Point officials,
everything can be arranged."
That the Naval Academy officials would
welcome a change to Washington Is a
well-known fact. The writer. In con
versation with several members of the
squad In New Tork Saturday night after
the game, heard quite a few kicks on
playing In New Tork again. "We had
to give In to West Point this year to
have the game played." said one mid
shipman, "but next year we can do a
little talking ourselves. I think Wash
ington appeals to all the middles, and I
hope the cadets will see It the same way.
We made a long journey this year, and
it Is up to them to make the trip In
This Is the feeling of practically every
student at the Naval Acadera). They
feel that the Navy should do the dic
tating next fall, and that Army should
consent to a shift In the playing field.
Navy will not play In New Tork. That
much is a settled fact; and while the
middles win agree to Philadelphia. It
Is not unlikely that the cadets will agree
to play In the Quaker City.
The sentiment among the 'West Point
players Is for New York. The victory
makes them look upon Gotham as a lucky
place to stage the game, but still there Is
feeling among the cadets that New
York is not the place.
The cadets that Is, the men actually
-tudying at the Point, admit that the
Polo Grounds proved ltsa pleasing than
tbey had reason to expect, and they add
that they were-deceived as to the number
of tickets to come to them through the
staging of the game in an arena larger
than that at Franklin Field.
Washington, although not mentioned
officially as yet, it not looked upon with
any great enthusiasm, and would not be
Indorsed without earnest solicitation from
the heads of the different departments
here. This may be the turning point In
case West Point balks at coming here
for the game and the middles agree.
"The Navajo football team would like
to arrange games with any teams in the
District averaging S3 pounds. For games.
address James Malone, 17 Fourth street
Parker-Bridget & Co.
of Style '
duce you men
and young men
to wnat we call
of styles in men's
been made up
the season started.
They are the latest
ideas of our design
ers, and you will find
themvin P-B Suits
and Overcoats at
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Notre Dime Would Jota Conference.
Chicago. Dec. L Notre Dame TJnlver-
sltjr, which always has been a factor In
Western cthletlcs will apply for admis
sion to, the Western Conference at the
annual meeting of the faculty representa
tives of the "Big Nine." at the Auditor
lum Hotel next Saturday.
Army Trainer Vnder Knife.
West Point, N. Y., Dec. L Trainer
Harry TuthlU. of the Army football team.
declared ie will undergo a serious opera
tion tomorrow and probably writ -be con
fined to a hospital for at least three
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Bewling Battles Tonight
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Terminal B, B. I. M. C i. Leajrae Shot.
Tt. Southern. Union Station alleja.
Mercantile, xctxae repco ti. oaioss, rrcaoe
Pepco L-arae Bookkeepers ts. Meter Departaunl.
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Pott Leame-lntincain n. ZtrZae, Kortaeast
Colonial Learce Htnnillini Ta. romana. raise
Departmental Xeane-CommoElcstn W. Arxlcul
tan, raise. aHera-
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ins: pone. tXC Trad JJari, in: Boliar. IS;
Flatbnah. 100: Hnlda'a Brother. MS. Loat Fortune,
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s; Graaue, 105.
FOURTH BACE-On mile and twenty yarda:
DartnrorUi. 107-. rardner. U9: Counterpart, WSf
U H. Adair. KS; Chetnripo. in.
FIFTH BACE-Flt. and one-half fnrlonu foar-Tear-olda
and -cpwanl: aeElnr: pnrae. 8109. 'Ere
Straw, ill: America. 110. Amoret, lUr rtjuis
Tanku. Iff: "Berkley. IK: Theo. Cook. IK; Camel.
110; Jodro Mondr. 107: Gasnast. IK; Con-Corran.
110; Tom Holland, IK; Premier. IK.
BIXTH RACE-Mil. and onoratlleenth: three-
year-old. and npward; teUini: pone. ttOO. Tar
Par, 103: ilerrr "o- uz: -aucnaei juiwo, jw;
Beno. BlrOrer the Banda. Ill; Tiem Domaj, lot.
Flel, 101; I M. Sckert, IU.
B8T RACE-SetUm: two-iearoMa:. rite and
oiealf-farlonfs. Anijnjtns Jlelnie, 18: Are. 88,
Barbara -Lane. Mr Old. Grtch. 108. Qeorre, KS.
Utile Bit, ltd; Irith Ana, Its; Attira. 198; Art,
Bk. 1C4: Fool trTortnne. : Alabama Bam K8,
Ceo. 109. Jly Burns. 1C9, Ada Kehnedr. HO,
HlnaU. HO. .
SECOND BACE-SeUinsr tnree-Tear-olda and up
ward! flro and one-half fcrlonsa. John Farm. 188;
Th. Fad, 108; George Kanse, Kt. Doe ADen. 103:
Joe Woodr, Its'; Fraixle, 108; lint Jooea. H8: Con
came, lot; Frank Vooden, H3; LeerHarrbon II, 108;
Calettrampiarv Its. Bulr ilia. U8; Boa Ton, w.
Cnmpton. Ill; SDier Grain. Hi.
THIBD BACE-iMUai: tlutTeajxiiaa ana np
ward: mils and one-tllteenth. Top Land. 1SJ;
FaneaQ Hall, 183; Zlnkand. IK: Marie CothQl. M7;
Ursula Emma. !: Jim Cafferata. 108. Wiahlnr
Bins, 188: Roberta 108, Little Uarchmont, 1M; Cur
liene. Kb: Orbed Lad, Ul.
JTOUBTH ItACE-Handlap; aQ agea, aU far
lont. Orb. 80,rHcnrr Wallbank. 88, Sir Fretful.
88. Vetted Bifhla, 100; Dorothr Dean. 107; Zta.
191 fU See 1UH8; Panzaretta. lot.
's FIFTH BACE-Pnrae; twcejsar-olu: fl fur-
longs. Kuans. 109 ; Buumorer iw; luswar, m;
Caah Girl. 10S: Aunt iKlale. 105; Rodondo. KS.
Hay U. IB; a K. DarU. IB; Sauiet Oaks. 13:
Dorm. 115: "Bob Hena'ar, US.
8ISTH; BACE-SeDing; itluiee-TeaT-oM and np
nid: en and ooe-half forlorn. 'Forge.. Kn: Et.
Willie. MS. Xarurka. IU: Jeaaajniruv. 103: BhtuL
Bettle. M8. raUtaole, Xt; Herpr.lK: Seda, 108;
Was S17..1M: CMlton Trance. lj Binocular 08,
Brran, lOS.'ABtmu lerev no; l,na. Jinrmie
Cray, IU; Sir Arreacot,cn;
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FIEST RACK-All ares: aefflnx: flrs tnrlangf.
Terra Bunco. BO V. Hanorer). utol, won; Too
Bcr. sn tuartm. 1111. teeona; suewnen. IB
(CorrU. t tt 1. third. Time. lis. BcT-zitrn. L
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Lord CnUton, Bultaean. nan. Toan, an4 tseeu ua
8ECOXD BACE-AO are: aening J nr rs-VratSt
(Doile). 30 to L third. Time. St M. Blade QiieX
BoJiln. Bat Maateraon, Sir Marion. Toiaoa dOr,
Bfflr Slnart. Jennie VftOs. and Willis alao ran
THIItD IlACa-Thrtw.Tearld and trnwardr Ball
and serenty yaxd. Blnrnng. St (J. McTaxsart), I
to 1. won: John nrtoog. UO (Timer). T ts 1
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rOUBTH BACE-TO. Fort Samter handicap;
7 tc-1, aecond; Sir John Jobnaon, 10 (Brme). 3 tf
l tlurd. Tune. IJi Urortenor. Floral Park. Hil
hite. g3U.BrTaon. and Bright Brother rjjo ran.
ing; one anile. "Jerry Lad. (Braiingamel. M U
t, won; Dr. Waldo Briggi. IU (Tomer), I to t
second: Kalpo TJord. M tUcTatsart), to X third
Tbnt. 1 M. Camel. Ftoc. Comwnla, HaMfmin.
Knight tt Uncaa. and SUlcllfl a ran.
SIXTH RACE Three-rear ld and npward; jell
Inc. 4 ttrrlongi. Warbler, m ratarrasxarn). T U
K wee; LvAr ligjintng. IU TDeronde) "J to.l
aewad; Briar ram, n (Bsxton),. I to i tnlJd
Taoe. 134. Prince Ahmed. Jot Stein. Whuua
yUth. sad Dr. Doogbertj-ala. ran.
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