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Sande, Riding in Silks
More Finishes Fift
In Opener, W
?r no ccun.
SARATOGA, !f. T.. Aur Sportlboy
came from last place and in a
whirlwind llnlali won the Expectation
Handicap by a head from Klllala.
This happened thla afternoon
at this coarse In front of quite a
cosmopolitan assemblage. Copper
Damon was third and thereby hangs
sad story, for tnls colt was ao
Quite a few watered on Sportlboy,
which mads them feel happy. ,
After the race the band dwelt
I fondly on a dirge and Its sad notes
brought tears to the eyes of Mlstah
* Ephraim Toggles.
?Ah doan care." he walled, "but
wh?n ^Uatah Hgtnaway tale me to
stay away from gin and Copper Demon
hers Ah goea and plays' 'em
both and again got nothtn' left."
Then ha crlad and cried. Ths
music grew more mournful. Ephraim
sobbed so much the louder. All
the rest of the afternoon he strutted
acound ths lawn doing a monologue
r3ratura1ty Mlstah Hathaway was
greatly Indignant. "An"m going to
?F!T that nigger Jes where he gets
riT." articulated Mlstah Hathaway.
"T?s. bring 'em up here and show
him respktablllty an hs get full of
gin and In the daytime, too." Then
Mlstah Hathaway strolled off. bursting
his vast. with righteous Indignation.
Pilly Kelly made the debut of the
J. 'X. U Ross colors when he pranced
1? the post In the opener. William
was the 13-to-10 favorite, but that
gained him naught. At the wellknown
finish line he wss fifth,
tends rode Billy Kelly, and seeing
First Rare?For maiden 3-yearolds;
purse II,(MM; Ave furlongs:
.Jacquerie. 101: Borendo. 105; Mellie
Lemon, 1M; Champlain. 11!:
Puff Ball. 102: Big Noise. 101:
Troutling. 109: Buster. 112: Humorist.
105: Overrun. 109; Charlotta
Smith. 101: Joseph Brant. 112.
Seewwd Race?For 4-year-olds and
up: hlghweigh* handicap: purse
11.SAO: steeplechase: about two
miles: McCorburn. 133; 'Baronet.
Ml; Nonus, IIS; Dandy. 141: ?Granspern,
Third Rare Two-year-olds: the
Nursery Plate; 12.000 added; si*
furlongs: Royal Gift. 1*15; Bessie
B.. 100: Fast Trial, 107: Capt. Scott,
l?r Patie, 100.
. Kearth Raw ? The Hamilton
Track Handicap for 3-year-olda and
up foaled in Canada; 31.500 added:
six furlongs: Cornbroom. 95: Grey
nourne. 107: Axrael, 109; Thorny
Way. 104: Chief Sponsor, 107; Sudor.
105; June Fly, 108.
Fifth Raw?Three-year-olds and
up: purse 11.200; claiming: six furlongs:
May Girl. 99; "Lad's Love.
10?; "Last One. 114; "Sergt. Yorke,
in?: Cltlsen. Ill: Ablase. 114:
Some Baby, 109; Smart Guy, 113;
Math Raes Three-year-olds an#
r up: purse 11.200: claiming: one mile
and a sixteenth: Sadduccee. 101:
Crown of Gold. 104; Beau Brummel
11, 106; Ettahe, 101: King
Trojan. 102; Pepper Sauce. 104:
Sweet Appltf, 107: Neenah, 104; Fly
(Home. 103: Austral, 100.
Se-veath Raee ? Three-year-olds
and up: one mile and a sixteenth:
Frances Britain. 95; Piedra. 100;
Ojjr Birthday, 109: Explosive, 97;
I Harry OT*eil. 101: Trickster II. 109;
Anmut, 102: Dancer. 109; Ironboy,
^ Apprentice allowance claimed of
Weather clear; track fast,
JPIrat Race?For 3-year-olds and
uiK foaled in Canada; purse 11,500;
>'|iMmlng, one mile: Viola G., 94-,
sUitlm. ; Norma J.. 93; Blarney
B?y. 100; Rosyth; Gold Galore. 103;
Tyrone. 107; Carry On. 101.
.Iteeowd Raee?For maiden 2-yearoldh;
purse 11.500; claiming. 5 furlopgs:
Gaxlnta, 93; The Manageress.
Fedjora. 100; Zack Terrell. 103; Edith
I^0?Be. 105: Bumpety Bumps. 107;
Pilqfce Pal. 103; Hysteria. 109; Dissolute.
Third Raee?For 3-year-olds;
ppicse 11.500: claiming. ? furlongs:
Nwiwe. 101: North Short; By Gone;
WU'dthoughts. 108; Platoon. 109;.
Johns Umma; Judge Budrow, DantsTjf;
Social Star; Tubby A: HvanI'otti
Trantula; Day Lilly; Tom Norria.
Ill; Old chap. 111.
Fhavth Rare For 3-year-olds and
un; claiming; purs* 13,000: I furlongs:
Judge Ellsworth, 100; Uncle
V4)[0. 102; Furbelow. Hadrian. 105;
Fifth Race?For 3-year-olds and
ujJ- The Xlwanis Handicap; purse
ti'MO. one mile and an eighth: j
Tribune, 9%; War God. 100; The
Aether. 104; Pongee. 110: 81r Graf-|
g=nac== - :
% EMPIRE OT
for l-yesr-olds u? ap; parse. J1,000; six
iSS.' Wt Jockey. Fls.
cJIfcl 110 Elisor 1-a
NiSrsiist l? Tsrser 24
I .aim 120 Coeller 1-1
DdMaeer 105 ColUlettl 4
P.31V Kelly 130 gaode 5
P?lic>lar 111 Callskaa 0
tSk 111 kunni.r T
bSSmUs 103 MeAtee I
Careful. 4 te 1. 1 to 5. 1 te 3; HstarsUst.
4 -Mi l ?o I: Laalos, a to 1. Tim.
j u.ts. Start food: WOO haadlly; Plate
SrMac- Wlaaer b.f. 3. by Wise*?Mladtal.
TdSssr. - Wsylsad.
rfteepleebaae; 4 rosr-ouls ssd sp; selllsg;
r.K 11.000; stout two Miles.
fiSse. Wt. Jockey. We.
i Robert Oliver 14S 1-3
1 144 Cbcjse 2-li
^ "if'Hsvw IIS ?-? W
rS'Mac *14S Kennedy 4
L5h5a 141 Bale; lest rider.
gZert Otlver. eves. 1 te 3. eat; IJirf.
aTl. eves: New Haves. 3 to 1. Ttae
4 -3 JJ. Start good; wes easil.r; pisee
Wlaaer c*.f . by ritberteee?Dtsc
'MZtsa. Traiaer. J. W. Bealy.
Per 3-year-olds; ?eUlaf; parse. 11.000;
y"' Wt. ieckey n.
K^Bricade 10* *ster 1-4
cSSg^ 1ST loetler 21
. rZols MS Killer ?-l
I |.|L lop Keof b 4
raps Pillar U3 *
i wi^aHty 10* Welaer S
Base Brigade. 3 to 4. 1 to 3. eat; CarpetMr.
S te 1. I te 1; Cydesla. 1 to I.
'nJT l**:*. Mast geed; we. easily;
st3T drtvlw. Wlaaer b.f. 2. by Stort
X|" Xralasi. B. C. HUdratb.
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a by Head
re at Saratoga
of J. K. L. Rom Once
h With Billy Kelly
on by Careful. <
this riding vturd la the silks of
Rm> was Quits a surprise. The
memory of Bands being taken oil
sir Barton la that supposedly match
race with Man o' War Is still Wib
In turf clrclss
liy accepting the mount Saade
Just added ts his glamour for he
would be fully Jdstlfled in refusing
to ever wear the Ross silks a*aln.
Careful, the fleet Ally owned by
W. J. Salmon, got horns by a neck
ahead of Naturalist. She carried
Naturalist out In the struggle down
the home path, but would hare won
despite this. Lanlus was third.
Robert Oliver the 4-to-$ favorite
In the steeplechase, had an easy
time getting the Darby. Surf was
an easy sscond and New aven was
third. Dale, one of England's famous
chase riders, straddled L?
Cyprlne for a minute or two. Hs
was In front at ths Liverpool, when
his mount took a nasty bound.
Bllme me If Dale didn't lose a
stirrup. Going around the turn the
subject of the King tried to put
his boot back In the stirrup. If
the blooming boot In the other
stirrup didn't corns out and Dale
rolled to the grass. "Dat boy done
believe he's riding a merry-goround."
was the observation of
Rose Brigade broke the Ice for
the Rancocas stable when shs foxtrotted
home In the third event.
Rose was a 7-to-10 shot with quite
a few ??f the mob stringing along
with her. From ths drop of the
flag to the finish It was close on
the chin strap. Carpenter dropped
in second place, while Cydonla was
Flm? Rare?Purse II,SO#; for 4ycar-oids
and up: maiden jockeys:
? furlong*. Marie Maxim, lli
(Brock). 6.15, 5.25, 3.SS; Serbian. 1M
(Ryan). 30.05. 10.1*: Kama. 101
(Huntley). 8.90. Time, 1:1S 1-5.
Sugar Mint. Leading Star, Toy Miss
and Thursday Kighter also ran.
Second Race?Purse 11,200: for 2year-olds:
5?? furlongs. Fast Trial.
10S (Merimee). 12.70, 5.05. 3.50;
Oolala, 10$ (Krickson), 3.10, 2.40;
Ashlln. 105 (Thurber). 2.90. Time.
1:09. Athgarven and Loveliest also
Third Rare?Two-year-olds: purse
11.000; foaled In Canada; 5 <4 furlongs.
Lady Heart. 101 (Partington).
31.55. 10.45. 5.75; Lynmouth.
101 (Erickson). 3.35, 2.70; Humorist,
104 (Gordon). 4.00. Time. 1:09 1-5.
Paddle, Push Pin, Troubler and
Chloris, also ran,
Fearth Rare?Purne |1,000; for 3year-olds
and up; 6 furlongs. Got
Em. 92 (Brooke). 21.90. S.SS, 5.50:
Sister Emblem. 10$ (McTaggart),
4.55. 3.20: Wraith. 105 (Thurber).
3.00. Time. 1:14 4-5. Margaret
Wood. Adrift. Gallipot. Gratian,
Silent West. Napoli, Blasonry, Lochleven
and Messklt also ran.
Fifth Race?Purse $1,200; 3-yearolds
and up; 1 1-1$ miles. King
John. 110 (Thurber), S.15, 3.05, 2.90;
Murray. Ill (McTaggart). 5.90, 3.95:
Madge F. 109 (Rowan). 3.50. Time,
1:40 4-5. Belario and Fiser also ran.
Sixth Race Purse $1,200; for 3year-olds
and up; 1 1-10 miles on
the turf. Fly Home. 95 (Simmons),
13.65, 5.90, 4.23; Mountain Rose 2d.
100 (Schwarts), 3.05, 3.25: Warlike,
100 (Thurber). 0.75. Time, 1:40 4-5.
Fountain Fay, King Trojan, Little
Sandy, Al. Pierce and Joe Joe also
Seventh Race ? Purse $1,200; 3year-olds
and up; 1 1-10 miles on
the turf. Darney. 95 (Parrington),
29.45. 9.50. 5.20; Ernest A. 104
(Brooke). 4.25, 3.05; Austral, 100
(Gordon), 5.20. Time, 1:4$ 1-5.
Sweet Patutie. She Devil, Corilla
and Prospector also ran.
Peerless Schedules Three.
The Peerless A. C. has three
games arranged for this week. Tomorrow
thay play the Mount Vernon
A. C. at 5:30. Friday they meet
the Southern Railway team at 5:30
on the Union Station grounds, and
Saturday the Washington Barracks
nine will be their opponents at 2:30
on the Barracks grounds. The
Peerless nine wishes to arrange a
Sunday game. Call Manager G. A.
Simpson at Franklin 2379-J.
ton. Ill; Sandy Baal, 11$.
Sixth Race?For 3-year-old and
up; claiming; purse $1,500; 1 mile:
Mary Cowell. 94; Louise Wynne, 99;
Bardora, 102; Old Faithful, 1M;
Mary Jane Baker. 105: Amanda. Nordeck.
Normandie, 107; Hackamore,
Sir John Vergne, Speedster, Jack
Mount, 113; Bardora, 102; Huen, 10$
Seventh Rare For . 4-yeanolds
and up; purse $1,700: claiming; mile
and a quarter: Goldine, Golden
Dawn, Aph, 94; Gain de Cause,
Homeward Bound, 99; Walter Turnbow.
Chief. Ellison, Indiscreet, Pit,
104; Dr. Rae. Court Fool. 107; Young
Adam. Capital City. Corydon. 112.
Weather cloudy; track muddy.
The Expectation Handicap; 3-year-olds;
maidens at time of entry; 99.000; oae mile.
Hone. Wt. Jockey. Fin.
B port i boy 112 Wilson 1-h
K ilia la 110 Keofk 2-H
Copper Demon 122 Rice S-H
Wellflnder 112 Coltiletti 4
Two Feather* 107 Ambrose 5
Sportlbo.T. 7 to 2. even, 2 to 5; Killala,
8 to 5, 1 to 2; Copper Demon, oat. Time.
1:88 8-5- Start food; won drivlnc; place
ame. Winner b.e. a. by Son-in-law?Pasquita.
Trainer. W. H. Earrick.
For 4-year-oMa and np; claiming; pone.
91.000; one mile.
| Horse. Wt. Jeekey. Fin.
Royal l>nck 103 Smith 1-4
8nnny Hill 10? Bullman 2-3
Ticacey 105 Carroll 8-2
L'EnJoieor 106 Ponce 4
Royal Dock. 1 to 2. oat, ont; Sunny Hill,
oat, oat; Ticacey, oat. Time, 1:49 4-5.
Start rood; wow easily; place same. Winner
hf 4 by Roynl Realm?Docks hot.
Trainer. M. Lowenstsin.
For 2-year-olds; maiden Allies; pone.
91,000; Are furlongs.
Horse. Wt. Jockey. * Fin.
HarrMaa 115 Saade 1-2
Plerre-Qai-Reale 115 Fa tor 2-5
Sri! 115 Carroll 8-S
Exterminate 115 McAfee 4
Deletes 115 Jobason S
Dispate 115 Lame S
Dar Dear 115 Kelaay T
Ned On 115 Coltiletti 8
Beimott 115 Moon tain 0
Nancy Shanks 115 Rice 10
Harridan, 4 to 1, 8 to 5, 4 to R; ierreQol-Roale.
4 to 1, 2 to 1; Cell, 8 to 5.
Time 1:00 1.5. Start bad; wee easily;,
place same. Winner eh.f. 2,by Friar Rock? ,
Tory Maid. Trainer. W. E. Walker. 1
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Flrat Raee?Jacques, lit (Caaey).
14.*#, Mi, V.M; Treador. Ill
(Burka). S.lt. ?.$0; car. Ill
(Nucklaa), t.tl. Time: 1:411-1. R|V.
ulat. Dan Jackson, Charles J. Craig,
Mils. Dorla and Bloomlngton also
gesaad Rae^?Peace Pal. m
(Pool). 1.40, |.li, MS: Pepper Tea.
107 (Jones), t.ll, Mi; Swift Cricket.
1?7 (Parke). 1.11. Time: l:?s
l-f. Avis, Una, Hyperbole, Toute
de Suite, wt[ Relief and Momentum
Tklrd Baca?Rapid Stride, 115
(Staelepet), 17.71, US. l.#0; Ruby,
11* (Fields^. 2.45, lit; The Nephew,
111 (Kederis), 4.35. Time: 1:17 1-5.
Fickle Fancy. Dladl. Link Boy. Ruo.
sad North Shore also ran.
Faartk Raee ? Nightstick, us
(Gantner), 31.?S, ll.lt. 7.00; Charles
Leydecker, 111 (Lang). 21.25, it.75.
Miss Dora, 101 (Paul), 4.20. Tims:
Also ran: Tom Norrls, Ed Garrison,
Harvey Smarr, Marcus. Anticipate.
Touneed, Dora and By
FlftW Hare?Prince Edward Hotel
Handicap ? Yorkist. 118 (Lilly).
12.11. S.S0, 4.20: St. Paul, 12* "(Walls)
5.15, 4.30: Blarney Boy. 90 (Lang),
6.50. Time: 1:14 1-5. ^Dorothy Carlln.
Our Grace, Algonquin, Bengal:
and Sir Clarence also ran.
Slatk Raea?Dresden, 110 (H
Burke), 3.40, 2.35. out: Accelerate."
112 (Pool), 2.45 out; Alula. 110
(Harrington) out. 'rime; 1:51 4-5
Perre-a-Feu also ran.
fteveatk Rare?Osjrood. ins (ft
Burke). S.00. 3.10, 5.00; Sans Peur
2d. Ill (Lang). 5.55, 3.70; Cantilever.
Ill (Paul), 3.20. Time: 1:53 4-3.
Sunduria. Roseate. Prunes. Mistress
Polly. Rhymer and Winneconne
First Race?Claiming; for 1 year-olds
and up: I furlongs: Fluff.
Wanatah. Frizlet. 102; Invincible,
111; Snare, Bodansky. Jago, 107;
Jessie. Overcast, Coming. 114; Arrowhead.
lit; Perlgourdlne, 114Cellva.
17; Pahaska. 102.
Seeaad Race?Conditions; for 2year-olds;
5 furlongs: Oil Man, Toll,
Big Heart. Slelveconard. Pegasus
Knot Grasa. Clansman. Pillory. Marble,
111; Bud Flshor, June Grass,
Brainstorm, Allover. Fly Ball, The
Comber, 101; Emotion, Montara, 112.
Third Race?The Lake Georgd
Handicap; for 3-year-olds and up;
X mile: Paul Jonep. 112; Baby
Grand. 104; Smoke Screen, 105Thunderclap.
121; Rcyce Rools, 110;
Milkmaid, 114; Banksla. 100; Sennings
Park, 110; Dominique. 125.
Faartk Raee?The Seneca Sellingfor
3-year-olds; I furlongs: Surmount.
GuVncr, Arrant, l#|; Tody,
104; Superwoman. 100; Cimarron
101; Billy McLaughlin. 118.
Flftk Raee?Conditions; for 1?l*tk
Raea?Claiming; for maiden
3-year-olds and op, 1 mile: Nancy,
112; Fern Grass Brlganna, 100;
Coming. Arapahoe 105; Lucky Find'
101; Current Events. 103.
Weather cloudy; track fast,
year-olds and up: 1 mile: Montalvo.
Lady Gertrude, 103; Sun Dial, Id,
Biff Bang, 111; Top Surgeant. 112;
Killala. 95; Parader, 10<S; Fair Gal:114;
Court View, 101; Hobey Baker",
105; Thimble, 104.
George?' Return Here
Is Still Undecided
PARIS, Aug. 2.?Georges Carpentier
has not decided when he will
return to the United States to meet
Tommy Gibbons for the world lightheavyweight
title, says a message
received today from Francois
"Carpentier Is still suffering from
tie fractured right thumb he sustained
in the light with Jack Dempsey,"
he wired. "It Is Impossible to
tell when he will be able to fight
again. We will let Tex Rlckard
know just as soon as Georges can
go back Into the ring."
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1124 7th st nw. iwj 425. lot 54?
' " ? " *' Majdalena Berberlch et al .to Harry
B~J?oTd "ilO nr?Wn " " Fr<a "r"?'h ?iT. of' conn .re
Bufora, 110. nw. aq 208!. lot 24 and part Iota
Washington Heights: lot 20?? II and 12?Fenton L. Lelth et ux.
Frank H. Shultz. et ux Constance, Helen C.. to Harry A. Kite, J10.
to Margaret B. Burdett. |10. 720 21st st nw. aq ??,. N H orlg
! N of Shepherd st. w of 8th st. nw.. lot "?Win. R. Sheld et ux. Laura.
?q. 3026: lot 40 and part alley ? "JY?"8 1 Gold??ac et ux. Mary
phl'ne, M.."t'o ^Maude ^Brlwi'ei'VlV na^t'Iofa *> 'and V??/ "" "n
Nor,h ^plto1 "tiJl?r,h ?f. 'n,rt' S*n*"?'-X et ux. Mary r'VoTmow
St., sq. 3S01; lot 13?Mary A. Dove, j b. Milkie et ux. Jennie, lit.
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Os Met I?K mi Inutt at H> te*' *l*?t of ths -Babe's" heroic'
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"* "cer* * *4 woo* The 1?ndrr la that ha -1?
a w ha M aaeh to (u? whip R around at aaoh terrihs
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ttat kUl'^Lch^ As lonely aa a modern king
* heights rtm Mw ! frm, FOrwany w?ki la vain I've atttty "
J*'0" ?ha Ikuii ttiitm ran To Hud oat there la nch a ihlna *
ths chstlssgs * mmm Aa bei ng j u.t a hit too good. J
r?tber let m kt>o? ths wsrth _ Five T***? * **"Of
old-tlsw mnn tUrwn the m. Carpentler iuf|*aU that
?2T7 ?"22 ,ulta k"-- ??* 25 <* beaten laoldc of hol*V
"? One *?ee? here la aa - ,
_ ht??t Mi stake* bmI food o another J itHm - j
rnm lomrly bin f rr?HH t?W m.lmmoM I. lilt * '
*">? ? tie gift of fortitude fjjj" ?1??" *"d " WJ*.
Tkst ,Uod. ?,.,?? tk. b.1 gale. before ho was dropped Hi ,,
Johnson. But Jeffries reused. J,
* ?! ? raward. around ltOS and ao had no -hsan?
A fan-tipped seeker after know I- 10 ** overthrown In battle.
edge desires to know how It ia that Dempsey Is now It He shouM
Harry Hellmann. of Detroit, has retain his speed. Strenrth awd- suddenly
taken his place so far la stamina until at least he Is tiortt front
of such great hitters as Cob*. Leading a well-conditioned exist- ,
Speaker and Blsler. aace he should be as good as ever
With Helllnann. It has been mainly !?r ** *"*t four or Ave more year*,
a mutter of correcting certain vital J " throne Is to be snccessfally
weaknesses. Invaded In the meanwhile, the ia- '
The Tiger stsr is unusnallr ~dfr mJ" h*T? to be a JO or ?? per
we'ic t&ttjtsuz s:
nes. kept him weir In check, where ,l(.h J* T 5?*"
he w.s inclined to pulverise othsrs cltTsew '^JZEmiT^EZ
who were not so adlscent to ki. BOUI aeteioped tndt
liabilities adjacent to his KsmeB on this side of the water.
? . Barnes Is the first British-hem
Hellmann then decided to cure American to win since Ale* 6nrtth these
low spots in his batting, and turned out his last triumphal march
the elimination of freak pitching in >?1?. *
did the rest. For the last three
22?" * b*tt,n? at Th* m*d " l of Jess WlllaoCiu
IV J than Cobb or Speaker to Uke another running dJvo oc .
o^r|rJineW f?r any ,uch ?n extended Dempsey seems to have cooled-wf .
p one or two degrees since last win-?
Weapons and hasge. ter. when the big Kansas tracked
"I* It true," asks R K F "that * ^poor as far aa New" _
Babe- Kuth-s I. ?ix or eight "ounces T?rk>: ^ 001,1,1 '' merely have b?tt
above the others in weiaht*** llnal yearn to we the old ntun^r .
Ruth employ. a weapon that p,a\* in the headllo*. JJ
varies from fifty-two to arty-four _ __
ounces. Flfty-rour ounces is his (C*rTrt*kt 11,1 * * TrikM.. Im.)
top limit. '
i T.1?' ne*t heaviest mace swung c I o
in big lesgrue warfare is handled by ? I C* O/V" *
Severeid of St. Louis, who msmpu- TIRFS VU VI
tales a forty-four-ounce bludgeon *}~1, Jl J.(l 1 I
These are the only two weapons Vf
we know of beyond forty ounces in "Z-2
weight, c-obb snd Speaker hsndle Them t'p!
bats that weigh around thirty-!. CMAa. K. IMWI, HC.
eight ounces. hard,y ,ncre ' than ,
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