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CLOSE FINISHES FEATURE RACING AT SARATOGA!
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Inchcape, at 1 to 30, Scores
i' A Successful Comeback
Shortest Price Laid at New York Since Grey
Lag?Edwina Surprises by Taking First
Event from Lasts Straw and Penrose
Ut ED ( l?LIY. I
SARATOGA. N. T.. Aur II?After; Sir Barton Bought
.hawing the spectators how to pi to gu Madden, JOtK9
the front and open a big arap Ten
I?ec then demonstrated how slow SARATOGA SPRINGS. X.
she could run. The result was she IX?legstlttleM ***** r?nfailed
even to get a place in the, ? ??money
in the first race, which was a kmf 9urrhmm*4 Sir Barton.
^ "even-furlong handicap sprint for w|aBrr cf the Kentaehy Derby
mares. 0f ISIS. fr?M r??ir. J. K. L.
The brackets went to' Ed Soule's ! K?m.
| Kdwina. which was virtually neg- The prlee paid for Sir Burton
Irctfd by the talent. She closed at wa? Kept secret by both sides.
* ?o 1. hat that It was a large *mm ?
Last Straw was second, and Pen- certain. It saa Messrs. Madden
roHe brought up third. The latter Jome(l nh? made ua after af
was the favorite at 7 to 5. while Ten jiqqjiso for PlayfUSar? before
l^o was a heavily played second tkr ?able ?.a*hl the
choice. brother ?t Ma? W?r. la ?<
The jumping event produced a> ?rehaw prtee.
thrilling finish, in which Sea Scot , ?to?. ha. rwnr4 .errtee
? ? the victor, with Woodruff sec- ? .. . a r
..?d and surf third. Sea Scot and ? -?" ?'?,?-- ?
Surf were the equal choices at S to year^ with Br.t .ptl.a ... aay
I. Surf made the pace until after eatra eerrleea.
the last jump had been negotiated. :
H?* apparently had the race won. ; . - ?
when Woodruff suddenly let out a
link of xpeed xnd went to the fore. race, a one-mile condition event
When Woodruff made his move, lnchfape. the colt for which thej
Sea Scot also came up In a hard paid J H- Rosseter. h4s breeder
drive Sea Scot just got up to beat 1 $150,000. scored a successful come
Woodruff half a length, the pdir back.
reaching the finish two lengths Opposed to him were Saddle King
ahead of Surf. There were eight. Court View and Vic. He defeatec
starters, all maiden timber toppers, i them with consummate ease. The)
Plumbcot was a nonfinisher. Barren i finished far behind in the ordei
slid off his back when he lost his| given.
stirrup ht the Liverpool and found; Although his time for the mtl?
he could not pull 1ms mount. was slow, 1.43 3-5. the track was
Another driving finish marked the I fetlock deep in mud. and. more^gr,
third, a five - and - a - half - furlong! he had only to breeze to beat tn?
sprint for 2-year-olds. It was an- j bunch he was pitted against. H(
other tough blow for the favorite took the lead c^n the break and
players, for Restraint, from thekquickly drew away. Going up tn?
K4/icocas staole. failed to get Into [back stretch he was leading Saddlf
th? monev Ring by five lengths. This advafOuncecap.
in no demand at 7 to 1. tage he increased t?? ten lengths.
^ was the winner, with Evil second j going into-the far turn.
r and Clansman third. Half way around the bend of th#
With the withdrawal of Sportiboy I track Earl Sande put extra wrapt
and Dartmoor, only Parader and < on him. but Saddle Ring, who alDevastation
were left to go in the'ways led the pursuit, could get nc
Hudson Handicap, a one-mile gallop i closer to him. He reached the wire
fox 3-yeSr-olds. The result was a ' ten lengths in front of Saddle Ring
tremendous upset. Devastation was and was virtually eased down to a
the 1 to I favorite, and Parader was walk. Saddle Ring took the place
h^ld at 3 to 1. and played only by j by five lengths. Inchoape's debut
those in desperate straits. They j as a 3-year-old was marked by lit
were overjoyed when Parader won. tie .enthusiasm. He received but s
eyen though it was by only a nose, j mild greeting, possibly because th?
The patience of Owner Harry F.! talent could not profit by his vieSinclair
and Trainer Sampel C. Hll-Jtory. He was held *at the-prohibi
npeth. of the Ran cocas stable, hasjtive price of 1 to 30. the shortes
been rewarded at last. In the fifth price laid on a horse since Grey Lag
The changes wrought in a few] Barnes won at Columbia. Anc
thousand years are hardly worthj a?ain a man loses as Ro?er Wethjiit.ting
down. Alexander wept be- ered lost at St. Andrews, where
f<-ause he ran out of good, money- stepping on his ball cost him thf
making matches and here's Jack crown.
Dampsey in the same melancholy j T|,e neck-and-neck finish thrills
status. ' the onlooking populace. , but you
1 rarely saw Man o* War in any
The prize observation was lately i neck-and-neck scrimmages down
offered by some critic who stated ! the stretch.
that "Carpentier had to give up1 Rut the average winner isn't a
tigfeting for five years on account} Man 0? War, a Dempsey or a Cobb
of-the war " Will all aviators in
the audience kindly stand for a JuM why ft that mo?t com.
mqment and give three rousing _ missions appointed to regulat*
I cheers? I sport?or regulate anything elseOne
Way of Playlnc It. j should be 82 per cent sap or 84
A few days ago we were tossed per cent simp Is another one ol
into a grim battle with Irvin Cobb1 those quaint puzzles that remaii
as a partner against Ring l^ardner j unsolved. Can it be that no on?
and John N. Wheeler at Ardsley. i but a sap or a simp is willing
The fourteenth hole there runs ] to be hooked to a regulator s job"
fo? 250 yards or more down a nar
row lane of trees, then dips sud- The solemn decision of the New
denly into level ground far below, i York State Boxing commission thai
and beyond that glimmers the sur- no man is any good at sport be
tace of a lake that must be carried i yond :?8 is an astonishing piece oi
on.'the third or seventh shot. : news to Stecher and Lewis, wh<
"How do you play this hole?" wei tried to throw Zbyszbo at 46?als<
asked Mr. Cobb by way of securing} a few young tennis players two ot
inside Information concerning an, jjjree years ago who attempted t(
unknown terrain. overthrow Norman Brookes.
His reply was more helpful than .
w# had looked for. "With two Th*.re are few soft spots in exbrassies,
three niblicks, one portage j||tence Alld tragedy continues tc
r-^ and thence by f^rry or carry a .j ^rajn Wjth greatness. You may regs
the case may be. , cajj what happened to Alexander
Between Dates. Caesar and Napoleon And the old
Christy Mathewson started his Cubs who once ruled the game?
world series career in 1905 by toss- the finish Frank Chance made with
In* in three shut-outs. the Yanks Tinker's dip at CinHis
last world series appearance einnati. and now the vain strugcame
in 1913 against the same g,je johnny Evers to lead the
American League team which at ?ubs out of the wilderness again,
that time had not adopted the annual (Cwri?ht, iffl. New Y?rk Tribune lac.)
habit of locating in the cellar. The
eight-year fnterral for world se- :
ries pitching will be cracked in;
case Pittsburgh insists upon mov- Keal tjState lrailSierS.
ing steadily along.
Babe" Adams started his cham- j
pionship career in 1909 with three North of Princeton pi. east of 7t*?
winners ar.d twelve years later he nw. sq 3034. lot 273. Pleasant Plains
has a solid silver chance of resum- ?Herman R. Howenstein to George
ing again, an unusual turn even E. Bugum et ux. Dora K.. 110.
in a game where unususl turns Chevy Chase, sq 2293. lot 5?Fulare
popping every ten of twelve ton R. Gordon et ux. Cora A., to
minutes. Lillian Y. Gray. $2,150.
The Imprtai. 1519 Corcoran st nw. sq 193. lot
Whilet he open golf championship 54?Thomas H. Brown to Sallie E.
wa* under way at Columbia. Wash- Carrington. ?540.
ington. D. C., the Washington ball 16th St Hills, sq 2.44. lot 18
clt/b was skidding from one bunker Fulton R. Gordon et ux. Cora A.,
to another through the West to Mary Kershaw 13.436.19
What's the Idea of tossing off Chevy Chase, sq e of 229*. lota
so'many, games by one run?*' we 24 and 25?Same to Carl D. Rttter
4Sk?d ciark Griffiths. et ux. Catherine E.. $4,644.
A matter of habit, t- suppose." 1317 N Capitol st. sq 670. lot 42?
:;riir replied. "We have a better James H. Purdy et ux. Bertie U.. to
rltfb than we have looked to be. Gaspare and Frances Amato. $10.
uid if we can only get the habit Chevy Chase, sq 1993. lot 18?
|r?f -"Winning a few of these close Nellie C. Forbes to Nannie M.
:.ne3 and get some of oar confl- Forbes. $10.
j|?-mre back, the impetus of two or Chevy Chase, sq 1993. lot 7?Anna
'hr*e victories will carry us higher V. Matthews to Fulton R. Gordon,
than a lot of people think we can $i?.
to: The difference between a win. Chevy Chase, sq 2294. lot 17,
itrig streak and a losfVig streak Is Katharine C. Casey to saipe. $10.
>ften very thin. We have anough Chevy Chase, sq 1992. lot 29?Ar?tifff
to flop over on the right side thUr L. and Bertha C. Blackburn to
>n a day's notice, for we ve got the same. $10.
otching and the punch, which are chevy Chase, sq 2293. lots 20 and
ii?<)ut all one needs' *\?Fulton R. Gordon et ux. Cora
Whereupon about five days later ^.. |fva a. Eaton. $3,981-19.
.h<< ball club that had been losing chevy Chase, sq 2000. part lots
toadily. suddenly began bowling 14 and j5?William F. Mstteson et
>\ mr every team in sight, proving ux v.. to William B. Tod4.
gain that Griff hnsn't be** in $3,388.51.
Mteball thirty years for his health. chevy Chase, sq 1995. part lot 13
The i>D Idlna Um. ?Fnlton F. Gordon et ux. Cora A..
The dividingjine win- l?c^y1995. part lot 13
'J? l^ other .ector^ ^Tf existence l? FU,,?n " G?r"
roin time to time Q >t nw >q ,6S )o, S4j__
T . .. . . James B. Bland to Mertla F. Howe,
Vaay a winner ha? expanded his " .
hast over the thou?J' Chevy Chase, so i 1*2. part lot 2?hhnt
qualiAeatlons whea he mere- Cec,|# M Grady to rulton R. Qory
.happened" to be the safe side don
'' 'victory by a unak's eyelaah. re- cJ,evy rhase. sq 2J?5. lot ??Auro
n<T?ed from defeat by a margin ^ Wilkinson to Fulton R. Gordon.
11 most as tbtck as the se?meht of jI#
tt?y balloon. South of Ostes st. west^ of TrinlOnce
in a while a man wins 0k dad ave ne. ri I0?3, lot 52-^Rrchard
Ffmt Mw?Cap* Pillar. DMghI
Third H. ef - Mortlrh. Knl-Snng.
Fwrtfc Rtcc?IUyrt RmU, idle
Dell* Pant Jones.
Fifth Rare?Wapiti. Rep. Mold L>
Slath Rare War Kate. Sweep
Clean. Pride af India.
AT FORT KRIK.
Flrat Rare?A I. Nellie l.ea?ta. Janeph
He*nnd Rare -War Tank, Mtane, !
| Cam Rroen.
Third Race?Ettahe. Cork a* The I
i Reeat. Plater Raibleai.
1 Faarth Race?Warlike. Ima Bar,;
Fifth Rare C'areaale. Devonlte. I
Capt. scott. I
Sl\th Rare? Ahlaae. Cleaa Gone,,
Seventh Rnce?1The Deelalon. her- !
hlaa. Mountain Rone. 3d.
FORT ERIE ENTRIES
i Flrat Raee?Purse $1,000; maiden I
| 2-year-olds; 5 furlong* Paddle, 105;
Caesar. 107: Farrum. 112: Troutlng,
! 107; Far Sight. 10$; Nellie Lemon.
112; Overrun. 107; Joseph Brant.
112; Al. 115.
Second Rarr Purse $1,000' foaled
iin Canada; maiden jockeys; 3-yearolds
and up: 54 furlong? War
, Tank. 100: Lucky John. 104; Corn
Broom; 10$; France* Britain. 102;
Drummond Hill, 104; William Gill.
. 1104 : Somme, 96.
I i Third Rare Purse $1,000: claim'
i ing. 3-year-olds and up; 5>* furlongs.
P. T. Barnum. 95; Ettahe,
105; Hasten On. 107; Fair l^assie,
>111; Nennette. 98; Miss Dora. 106;
( Greenland. 108; Cock o' the Boost,
, 1 113. Titiania. 103: Sister Emblem.
. 106: Who Cares, 108.
Faarth Raee? Purse $1,000; claimI
ing; 3-year-olds and up: 1 mile.
. Undine. 98: Xeenah. 107; Napoll. 107;
Hendrie. 112: Iron Boy. 104; Danc!
ing Girl. 107: Jack Mount. 109; Little
Sandy. 104; Bardora. 107; War'
Fifth Rnce?Purse $2,500 added?
f the Iroquois Hotel Handicap; 2year-olds:
5Vi furlongs; Fast Trial,
, 98; Wessia B. 110: DevOnite. 103;
, Corenzio. fl5: Capt. Scott. 109
, I Sixth Race ? Purse $1,500: the
t | Buffalo Times Purse. 3-year-olds
and up; 1 mile. Tanson. 105; Betty
J. 101: Fixer. 106: Clarkson. 98;
^ Ablaze. 101; Clean Gone. 106: St.
~ Paul. 98: Diomed, 103: King's Chamipion.
Seventh Rnce ? Purse $1,000;
'i claiming: for 3-year-olds and up; 1
" i mile. Chincoteague. 99; Mountain
1 Hose 2d. 109: Joe Joe. 107; Our
| Birthday. 112: Pepper Sauce. 107;
' I Beau Brummel 2d. 109; Blazonry,
"109; Bond. 10S; Serbian. 104. Ths
FORT ERIE RESULTS
Flrat Race?Service Flag. 113
<Libby). 7.70. 5.75. 3.40: Fuss. 100 |
I (Thurber). 5.10. 3.90: Edna D., 107,
i (Schelepets). 6.80. Time. 1:20 2-5.
. Also ran: Dora W., Diamondale.
, Eastward Princess. .May Girl. |
Drummond Hill and Dan Dinan.
second Race?Orhtain. NM fPaul)..
II 6.00. 3.20. 3.05; Gallouberry, 93 .
1 (Ung). 3.00. 2.70; Nannette. 99
r (Schelepets). 4.10. Time, 1:12 1-5-|
1 j Also ran: Frivol. Chincoteague.;
j Jack Lee and Get 'Km.
i Third Race?Serbian. 113 (Thur.
ber). 1.90, 3.10, 2.35; Ernest A., 113 !
(Butwell). 4.90. 2.70; Tasawentha. j
i 98 (Lang). 2.35. Time. 1:38 4-5.
> Also ran: Harry O'NeiJ and Double.
I Fourt,h Race ? Delhimar. 109
fi'Lang). 7.45. 3.75,. 2.40: Chateau-j
j Kuay. 115 (Butwell). 3.55. 2.35; I
6 Petle. 106 (Pollard). 2.25. Time.'
i 1:12 2-5. Also ran: Toney Sue and;
Fifth Race?Some Baby. 10|;
I (Lang). 110. 3.50, out; Fiibberty \
M Gibbet. 112 (Heinsch), 2 85. out;!
' Rancocas. 107 (Murphy), out. Time.
1:17 2-5. Also ran: Diomed.
f Sixth Race?Blazonry. 113 (But>
well). 9.60. 5.35. 4.00; War Winner.
> 108 (Schelepets). 7.35. 4.80; Pokey
p B.. 103 (Simmons). 9 40. Time. 1:48.
> Also ran: Arrowpoint. Fountain
Fay. Medusa and Vamper.
Seventh Rnce ? Austral. 109 i
(Myers). 3.85. 2.85. 2.45; Trickster.
, 109 (Thurber). 3.30. 2.65; Piedra. 109
. (Erickson. 2.80. Time. 2:0^2-5.
Also ran: Jack Mount and Fly
Cherrydale Plays Todav.
i The Cherrydale A. C. will "play
. rhe Capitol Refining Company nine
, today and the Ardmore A. C. to,
morrow. Both games will start at
3 o'clock on the Clark's Hill diamond
Brooklands Play Tomorrow.
The Brookland A. C. will engage
the Silver Springs nine tomorrow.
All Brookland players are requested
to report at the clubhouse at 1:30.
Spartans Want Games.
Spartan A. C. wants games for <
today and Sunday on the Monument
lot. Thomas Fitzgerald can be
reached at Main 3474.
Marketers Play Tomorrow.
The Temperance A. C. nine will 1
meet the Old Dutch Marketers at
' Union League Park tomororw morn
ins at 10:30.
E. ^airo et ux. Helen W., to John
!T. Baughman et ax. Charlotte R.
Southwest corner Sprir^ rd and
13th st nw, sq 2828. lot 56?AuKusta
Hoffa et al. to Herman R.
South of Oiues at. west of Trinidad
^ve ne. sq 4063. lot 51?Richard
ESPairo et ux, Helen W.. to Thomas
L. Perkins et ux. Maude M , 810.
C st se bet 9th and 10th sts: sq
944. part lot 62?Jno. L. Schaffert. i
tr.. to Geo. E. Thompson et ux,
Rubie M.. 810.
North of Pennsylvania ave east
of 15th st se; sq 1077. lot 105?Mertie
P. Howe to James B. Bland. 810.
Eighth st sw bet D and E; sq
435. part lot 24?James F. Barker
to Simon Friedman, 810
Randolph st ne bet 2d and nd; sq
3573, lot fl, Kckington?Wm. G.
Baden et ux. Dorothy U. to the
heirs of Richard E. Brooks, deceased.
8406 14th st nw: sq 2661, lot 97.
Craven Terracc?Simon Spigel et
ux. Sarah, to Korrls Gltelson et nx.
884 3d st sw.: sq 577. lot C?Chai.
W. Darr and Henry ?. Blair. tra..
to Merchants Transfer and Stons?
Oak at nw east of Center st: aq
8684, lot 550?Chu. M. Waitingsford
et al. to Geo. W. Hall et us.
South of Monroe st. east of 15th
st ne, sq 4009. lot 18?William S.
Neff !d to Jolin L. Bishop, 8W. 1
fot t-/aar-olda lad up; ailla. ' * Mm:
Th? (taleta Ha ad leap; $1 ,BM> add*; H<n
_Borw Wi. Jockey. >"
Mdwla. ll^l T timet I'l
Uat Dinar IUT II.AU. . 2"*
PearoM l-ja y?or 3-4
Kararvuletl. U McLawf blla ?
Tea I*. ? | ui tarroll 5 .
y Jtalay |u3 Rowan ?
Tm Uution. lull UarlaeUI 7
Kdwlna. 4 to 1, 2 to 1. avei: Laat Straw,
?? ?. 1 to J; Penme. 1 to ?. Tlun.
1 27 2.3. Hurl good: woo drlrlaf; Ptar*
Wilier b.f. 4. bJ Crtt?Lady Godita.
Owaer. B. o. Mottle. Tnlner. W. W. Hoaf
4-yaar-olda a ad ap. atMpleahaa.;
Purae, II.UOO about two milM
Horw Wt Jockey Via.
Scot 137 Kuak t-k
Woodruff 137 Huat 2-4
?<" ' 147 t'rawfafd S3
franc Tlreur 14.' Brook. 4
Amatell,, |,j Ihejne .3
Otermatck lu Hlaaa <t
'"7 147 Keating 7
riai??it 147 Barrett; loat rider.
E? Scot. t to i^etea. 1 to 2: Woodruff,
? to 1. 3 to I; Ml. 1 to I. Tlaa?, 4:?1.
Start food; won driving: place aasae Wia r
b.g. 4. by Haa Horae II ? Annie Brace
fralaer. I. J Bu.h
Tor 2 year-olda; aelllag: pure.. ?I.UU0;
Horae. Wt Jockey. ria.
Duaccap 100 Rullman 1-1
Et" Wt On troll 2-1 li
(laaaman 110 Una ?1 Va
rarmenclt. #7 Caatner 4
Keatralat , 1117 rator 3
B??erly Belle lt>2 Callakaa H
Sword 100 Hccble 7
Beame- 10X Uacaater a
City Sandlot I
Rowlings' Home Run
Beats Yankees, 5 to 4
Left-fielder Rawlings of the
Yankee A. C. clouted a home run in
the sixth inning of the game in Section
A of the unlimited class yesterday
and the Langdona went down
tj defeat by a score of 5 to 4. The
tall cleared the trees in deep left at
Yankee Ab H O A| Ungdoo Ab II OA
Hense.ef.. 3 0 11 rtaadford.? f 1 24 o
Sartorie.p 2 1 1 2 Hlmoa?.2b.. 3 0 I 3
C.I/kins, 2b 2 0 0 2 Dorman.lb. 4 13 2
Klein.If... 2 0 1 0lT.Ave.rf 3 0 0 0
Kigaldo.lb. 2 I 7 2 Toaael.lf... 2 10 0
Morgan.rf. 1 o 0 OJIouw.u 4 (? o 1
anneloti.3b 3 0 2 3 Shote.ib 3 3 13
rtetd.e.... 3 0 0 HDaaa.c I o 10 o
Amorw.M. J 0 0 2' B ruffe.v. p. .. 10 0 0
A.L/kin*.rf 2 1 0 0:
Bawling*. If 2 2 0 Ot
Total. .. 23 3 21 18 Total*... 23 ~tt 1K~9
Mcore by innings:
Yankee* A. (' ..? 0 0 2 2 1 a?"?
Langdon A. V .? i o i o o w?4
Ruaa?4\ Idiaktaa. kleis. Gfcrallo ?2i,
Kawling*. Sun ford. Dunn. ConKl, Shute
Two-ha*# hit*?A. Linkla*. Com*I. Shute
l.om* run lU*llnc? Error* -Kanelotti. A.
IAnkia*. Amow, Dunn. Ba*e on hall*?off
Sartor*. 2; off Rruffey, 3. Struck ont?bj
Surtorl. 8; hy Rruffey. 10. Passed balls?
Dunn 1 stolen baa? figallo Kartorl.
Kawliafa. Handford Wild pit?b- Bruff^v. 5
By Hilltops, 13 to 1
The Hilltopn swamped the Henrocks
by the score of 13 t o 1 in a
six-inning: game in Section B of the
Junior class westerday Messink held
the Renrocks to four hit*.
Rtsror Ab II O A. Hilltop Ab H O A
Kfhilkf.t. .3 0 3 0 Ander?<?n.'-. 212
r.-?II?.2b... 3 l 0 l Burn?.3b 3 13 0
Knding.??. . 2 1 I AUop..- 4 15 3
Moore.lb.. 3 17 0 EJenken*. lb 3 M 4 0
Karne*.3b.. 2 0 2 1 Shanahaa.2b 1 0 1 0
Htewart.rf. 2 1 0 1 Ollret.rf... 2 13 0
Ortjlf.... 0 0 0 OiVdewia.rf... 2 10 0
Johnaon.rf. 2 0 0 OlMeaalnk.p 2 10 1
Traa>mell.p 2 0 2 3|Raunden. If. 2 10 0
(?ri(ilth.3b. 0 0 0 l!Moran.2b... 1 0 1 i
Mootar.lf. 1 0 0 0 Darin 0 0 0 0
Totab 20 4 1.1 : Total* . 24 ~8 Ig 1
S?-ori? by inning*:
Hilltop* UK 1 80 1?13
Kan*?Anderson. Burn* ?3?. Aluop. Hhanahaa.
Olivet 12). Lewia i2). Me**iak 42).
rail*. Saundrrx Error* -AIkop. Moran.
Irammell, (Griffith. Two haae hits?Ander*oa
<2?. Kail*. Ruding. Three ba^e hit?
Horn*. Stolen ha?e??Shanahaa. Olivet <2?.
'*"'? Sauader*. Hum-* ?n ball*?Off Mrs*lak.
I: off Trammel! <3>. off liriflith 121.
Struck out?Rt Mes*ink. ?: by Rarne*. 2.
Hit* -Off Me**iak. 4: off Tramnell. 4 in I
inning; off Criffltli. 2 ia 1-3 inning Hit
by pitcher?Ry Messink ?Grav?. hv Rarnes
H^wi*?. by Griffith < Rurn*I Uft on b?ap*
?Renroc* i: Hilltop>. 3. Time of game?
1:1 I mpire?Sutton
G. P. 0. Easily Defeats
Dominicans, 8 to 1
The tGovernment Printing Office
took a one-sided game from the Dominican
Lyceums by the score of
8 to 1 in Section C of the unlimited
class yesterday. The G. P. O.'s got
off to a six-run lead and were never
it G'?P.!i Ab H ?-\D l.yceotn Ah H OA
Ro?cke.2b 3 0 0 "I Hard, .3b 4 # 2 0
*?? ? -- J ' 1 #l'.eradi,cf.. 3 o 2 0
Lomeric.ub 3 1 o 3Gordoa.2b. 303 4'
Ford.cf.... 4 2 1 1'Fischer.**.. 3 1 0
R^ehart sn 4 3 2 2!Garriok.tf.. 10 0 0
Glea.on.lb. 4 1 8 0R?g?n.|f... 3 O 1 0
Kelman.rf. 1 o J o|v,Bl?ton.ll. 3 I 9 0
Sueaae.rf. -.110 uLloyd.c. ... 3 * 3 1
loonie.t.c.. 2 o ? Ojsnowp.... Sola
Webb.p... 2 2 0 2J sots
Total. .27 1121 loj T?t?to. ...* * "ia ?
Score by inning*:
; o # i o i 0?8
Oomialcan I.rceum OOOOIO O?J
, """V K~'h' Lenterlae. Kort. Rhinehartt.
P P., Relman. Toorney. Webb.
P. Riaton. Krrora Flitcber, Garrick. Lloyd
l-l. JTr.ve. UmeriMt 42). Toomey. Webb
o??." T*o-baae lilta? Rhlnehardt. V.
Riaton. 1 hree-baae blta? Webb (2). Lloyd.
Home run--<; lea,on stolen batwv-Rocbe.
Relman. Toomey. Oarrlck. SacriBce lilta?
Lemerlw Toomey. Webb. Ba.ea oa ball^n
kI;?!? ol* 8now- 3 Struck out?By
Webb. 7. by Snow. 8 Double play?Rhlen.
hardt to Rocho to tileason. Wild pitch?
JaasThke *> ??Toomey. Umpire?
Mt. Rainier Yanks Fall
Before Nationals, 19-5
The Nationals defeated the Mount
Rainier Yanks bv the overwhelming
score of 19 to S in Section A of the
midget class yesterday. The Mount
Rainlers failed to make a b#t off the
combined deliveries of Darnes and'
Augustine and all their runs were
scored on errors. - I
Na.local. Ab H O AlMt. Rainier Ab H O A
uZl* ,k' in0 2 4 0 0 2
P^^'. > ? X 1 "*"? '< 3 0 0 0
Poore.sg... 3 1 0 4Ca*ey.2b... * <i u o
w rldfe.2b J 2 3 1 P.B.tf.n.j,, 3 0 2 1
A.Dirnen.lf 3 1 3 0| A.Bellman,p 4 0 7 2|
E.Darnes.cf 0 3 1 1 A. Rau'an.rf 2 0 0 0
r eriand.a, 4 1 3 0 Rmlth.rf ? o 0 i)
Tittrey.rf 2 1 0 o! Welller.lf. . 3 (f 1 n
A guatine.If 4 1 5 4l8herwnod.lb 1 0 ? 0
. IHttwk.p 1 o ? 1
|*R^Mager. 1 0 o 0
Total.... 31 12 U 12| Totola... 7i " 21 ~l
Batted for Hawk in ei(htk.
Score by ianinga:
SatloaaN 5 I 0 I 1 J ? ,_i?
M?ut Ralaler ,, u 0 0 0 0 r, 0? 3
Ssaa?Utre 141. Poor, (21. WaoldrM*.
41. A, Daraea .?(. E. Darae. Tarter .21
Auguatlae (?), E Batman. D. Belltarn
<d?T',.|K"n'"B^t'i H,wi Krrora?*7toldIdge
(3J. D. RHItaan. F. Baumaa A
Rellman <3), Weiller. Sherwood. Stolen
M?^-8berwood. Dbve (?), WooMridgc <?),
i Two-base hits?A. Jatae*
iogostine. Wooid ridge. Three-base iTT-I
nmhrland. Sacrifice hit?Screhr Htnwk
et-By Augiifttlae. I: by "Hnw 2. ZH
m ball*?Off Attftiatiae. 11: Darn*- *
lawk. #; Bfllmaa. 8. Wild ?t-^rs? Be|J aa
t.?. Balk?Bellman. I'mpire?Br?tA
Duar*<ai>. t to 1, i M l, I<n; ?UI. 3 u 1..
?r?s; CIiiukm. i i* I. TIM. litt. Hurt
food; woo drlrini. pure ainc Wlssor
?*.f. J. ?r Otxmbsls?Boobj- Tnlw T. J
Tor 8-ri-.r-.Ms; Tk* UvdsM Hs.?les?:
*J.a? ><M; mm all*.
BMW. Wi J*rkss ria.
PttmOrr M mill l-k
ltetMUtln MM r.lof S
rai?*er. a I* 1. Ml. Ml; DmiUdia.
oof. Ml .No Haw ukM. Rtsrt (M*; warn
driving; piar. mm. Wlsser. eh. e. I. ?T
(Vklskbraom II.?Fi|WI. TnlMr. . A.
flTTM UOI '
For S-.T?ir-<?Mi and op; cMiiUMi; 11,001;
Q?m Wt. Jockey
I ochca pc 122 Nb4? I 10
Saddla Ring 118 fclller 24
Court view 118 Turner 818
Vie 105- Kreuger 4
lnrbrapo.il to SO. ost, oat; Ssddle King,
8 to 8. oat; Coortrlew. out Horn, 1:48 8-8.
Hurt food; wm palled up; place easily. j
Winner rh.r. 8, by Friar Rock?Rose of
UdM. Owner. Rairorii Stable. Trataer.
?. C. Hlldrtth .
for 2yoar-oH Allies: purse. 8!,?*?.
Borae. Wl. Jockey. fta
Roulette 110 Eire 1-1
Taakee Maid 115 Coltilettl 2-8
Estermlnater 105 lie A tee 8-1,*
Hanta Clara 115 Uaraer 4
AUce C. 110 Lowe S
Modeaty 110 Fator 8
Candlestick 108 tollman 7
Koulette. 8 to 2. 4 to 8. 1 to 8; Taakee
Makl, 8 to 5. 1 to 2; Estermisator. area.
Time. 1:02 2-5. Start guod: woo drWlo?:
place aame. Wiaoer br.f. 2. by Colt?Toolo.
Owner. J. 8- Coaden. Trainfr. W. Garth.
In Sandlot Series
( limited Clam.
Sertlaa A?Salary w. (ilkraltar,
at Valaa Itatlaa vlaia. I'aspire
Seetloa B?Peerleaa ??. tfetrapolltas,
at Tklrtj-lflh stmt aa4
Wtsrossls sveaae. 1'asplrr?Laa*
I rmahe. j
Kerllss C?Raadlf to. Naaat I
Vrrsos, at rant end af Pea any I- - j
vaala aveaae ssatkeast. I aspire
I ? %au.
Sectloa A?Hera I to. laalepeadeata.
at Braaklaad. liplre
9?rtlaa B Owis ts. Beaaisf, j
at Waahlagtaa Barrack*. lasplre?
Srrtloa A?Pike to wa to. Christ
Child Sactety, at Tweaty-aeTeatb j
aad R atreeta aorlhweat. I taplrr
Sectioa B?Perry wa. Holy
^'aar. at Potaaiac arrsac aad
' Poartreatk street aaatheaat. l asplre?
Trim Mardelles, 13-7
The Liberty nine defeated Mar- J
de'le yesterday by the score of 13 to I
7 in Section B of the midget class, j
Howdershell was the hitting star, i
with a triple and a homer to his j
Usrrielle Ab H OA' liberty AbH OA
Sack*.3b 1 1 U U;Sweiksrt.2b 2 1 S 1
UN'man. 8b I 1 0 ORodriek.rf. 1 1 O 0
Yaffy.cf... 3 I 1 0 Raker.rf... 110 0
Ginsberg.?s 3 10 2 Brown.rf . .. 4 2 0 0
April.*.... 4 2 7 lOremp.p.... 3 2 0 2
C.N'map.p. 3 1 1 2'H'ershell.lf 4 2 0 0
Cbatlia.2b. 3 1 2 2'Rchw'ier.lb 3 2 7 \>
Savage.2b.. 3 1 2 2jGuyec.3b. .. 3 10 4
Savage.lb. 2 1 4 3 Jeffrie*.?*. . 3 2 0 2
Norman.rf. 2 0 0 OLerch.e... 8 15 0
Dennison.lf 0 0 0 0!
Totals .22 9 15 10| Total*.... 27 15 15 9
Score by innings:
Liberty 8000 7?13
\IanlHlf 30 3 0 1-7
I Runs - II. Newman. Yaffy. April. C. NewIn'jin,
SaTaf. l>*nni*on (21. Sweikhart. Rodrlck
(2). Brown, ? rrmp (21. Howdershell
(2). Schweitzer (2). eJffrie* (21. I-errh.
I Krrorv?II. Newman. Savage (21. Schweltae-,
Sweikhnrt (21. Stolen ba-es? Sack*. April.
C. Newman (21. Savage. Norman. Schweitzer.
Shamrocks Win Close
Tilt From Southlands
The Shamrocks won a tight 3 to
1 game from the Southlands yesterday
in Section B of the unlimited i
class. The losers made but four hits j
of Humphrey. Rotoey hit a home
run and Long had a three-sacker to i
1 sWhthbnd Ah n OA Shamrock AbH OA
P.Kpald'g.2b 3 1 2 1 S%?-eeney.rf. 3 111
J.Splad'g.Sb 3 1 0 2 lx?ag.3b. . . . 3 2 0 0
Fih.w.?... 3 1 1 0'C.Steele.lb. 3 0 11 1
R.Taylor.lf 2 0 1 0 Smith*on ?a 8 0 0 2
Mtillin.lb.. 2 0 7 1K.Steele.2b. 2 10 5
Litkuo.cf. . 2 1 0 0| fangan.lf. . 3 0 0 0
De*chard.rf 2 0 0 OjSullivan.rf. 3 111
H.Taylor.c 2 0 7 l! Robey .c 8 2 4 0
Bryant.p.. 2 0 0 11 Humphrey.p 8 1 T 2
Totals... 21 418 8! Totals... 98 8 1812
Score by inning*:
Southland 00000 1?1
Shamrock 00002 1 ?8
Run* ? Sullivan. Robey. Humphrey. P.
Spalding. Errors?H. Taylor, C. Steele.
Two-base hits ? Humphrey. J. Spalding.
Sweeney. Three-base hit-Long. Home roo
?Robey. Stolen bases?Sullivan (81. I.
Steele. P. Sapiding. Bases on halls?off
Bryant. 1. Struck out?by Bryant. T; by
Humphrey. 3. Passed ball?Robey. Umpire?Hard.
Ftr?t Raw ? Selling; maiden ?year-olds;
SH furlongs: Cape Pillar.
118; High Magic, 112; Doughnut,
102; Eager Eyes, SS; Diversity,
105; .Carpenter, 106; Maryland Belle,
10J; Flirter, 105; Mary, 100; Tulwar,
94; Sword, SI; Vocaire. 110.
Seeaad Hne ? North American
Steeplechase; handicap; 3-year-old*
and up; about 2 miles: Unar, 132;
Soumangha. 123: Syrdarya. 137;
Wisest Fool, 13S: Joyful, 14Z;
Sweepment. 16?; Peccant. 134;
Ticket. 144; Rotyal Arch, 140; liinata,
140; Candidate, 137.
Third Rare?The Saratoga Special;
2-year-olds; 6 furiongs: Bet
Mosie. 122; Sir Hugh. 122; Morvich,
122; William A. 122; Kal Sang. 123;
Whiskaway, 132; Lord Baltimore.
Ktsrlk Itare ? The Champlatn
Handicap; 3-year-olds and up; mile
and a furlong: Royce Rools. 110;
Best Pal. 11JB; Mad Hatter. 132;
Topcmenot. 10S; Yellow Hand, 12<;
Idle Dell. 105; innings Park. 131;
Paul Jones. 110.
Fifth Race ? Claiming; 3-yearolds:
milt: Rep. 107; Wapiti, 111;
Turnabout, 101; Huooec. 106; Episode,
101', Thlmkle. 104; Holdup,'
Mlxth 4am?The Corinth Handicap;
aellng: 3-year-olds and up; 7
furlongs: lacog, 107; Pride of India.
108; CourUhlp. 303; Wlnnewood,
U; Sweep Clean, 303; Tom McTaggart.
lit; Oath. If*; Night Raider.
! ?; Arrowhead, 103; War Not*. 111.
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