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THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1000.
EARLY BIRD WINS
AT ENTICING ODDS.
Jinn a Much Improved It.icc, as
Did Joe Doughty, Who
Finished With Dim.
SOME BOOKMAKING AMENITIES.
I'enciler Cook :ind a Iieprccniative
of Bookmaker Hughes Indulge
in Acrimonious Discussion
About "Dead Ones."'
Early Bird was the good thins of the day
nt Klnloch yesterday, lie won at most m
There were some remarkable equine resur
rections at the track. Pome archangel of
horse 1 eaven must have sent an awakening
blast through the cemeteries of thorough
brcdland. The dead arose and demanded
Judgment. They got It.
The afternoon's sport was varied and ren
dered exciting by a charming if somewhat
nlarmlng an5 acrimonious dispute between
Bookmaker Fred Cook and a representative
of Bookmaker Hughes, who owns The
Light. It happened that the books of both
gentlemen were together. They were mak
ing book to the third race. In which Small
Jack. Mr. Cook's horse, was a 9 to 30 fa
orlte. Cook was laying top price on his
Jiorse and getting the money when a gen
tleman who represented Mr. Hughes on tha
block of the Philadelphia Club crooked his
neck over to look at Mr. Cook's slate and
"What have jou about Fmll Jack? Is
he another 'dead one'r
"Veil," replied the independent Mr. Cook,
n bit nettled. "rcavbe he vo3. und den maybe
lie vos not Ennyhow he vos rot embalmed
aet like dot Light yesterday, already."
This was a solar plexus whop. .Mr.
31uj,hcs's man went down for a minute.
When ho got his breath again ne winne-n
to tight, not to talk. Mr. Cook won the
argument He never locs one In any argu
ment In any class he is 1 to 10. the field. 6
- ... .
Til corns over and drag jou off that
block," said Mr. Hughes' man to Cook,
and kick you to pieces in plte bf your
"Maybe you vont," sneered the cojrageous
Mr. Cook. "I'll bet you can't come dovvn
tonn and do it."
There was further repartee between the
gentlemen, to the great rdiCcatloa of what
tho touts Inelegantly, but properly, term
the "suckers" who figured that when hon
est men llko Mr. Cook and Mr. Hughes's
man fall out sumo people arc going to coma
by their own It may be said that Small
Jack was not a dead one. He won easily.
Crow hurst's Inelegant rides on Monoi und
EI Caney were tho topics of tho da. Crow
burst, right. Is a crack jockey, ab good as
any man s boy. The rides he gav e Monoi.
and i.1 caney couta not nave uecn oeuer
planned had he figured to lose the races In
Question In the Monos race he wus well
tip In front at the wretch top and had the
rail. He let hU horse run out, carrying
Alarcy and Bonitary with him Then be
dropped back, and let both horses cut
cross him. He came on the outside like a
funeral Monos had a lot In him at the end.
ilarcy won at odds of 10 to 1
On Kl Cancy. between whom and Glen
Lake a mysterious system of telepathy
t-eems to exist, Crowhurst reversed his ride
on Monos He made tho stretch turn all
right and was coming along nicely by Olcn
Lake's quarter on the outside. 1'eter Dur
1 ea w as Inside of both Crowhurst seemed
to be In the race when he let his horse
Kere behind Glen Lake and in lront of
I'eter Durjea. almost fouling the latter.
He came along on the rail and was beaten
u short head. Had ha ridden outside he
Mould havo won in all human probability
Crowhurst Is the best boy at tho track
when right. He Is g3o3 enough to be In
England or at Gravesend beating tho best.
Hut from his riding yesterday It seemed a
pity that Judge Murphy did not make tho
ruling which confined Crow hurst's sphere of
Influence to Mr. Bennet's horses cover all
animals on the tracks of the Turf Con
gress. The races run by both Early Bird and
Joe Doughty were vast and unreasonable
Improvements on rrevious engagements.
Terraleno also showed vast Improvement
en her last race. Tho summaries:
First race, curse 4W. 4-yiar-clds and upwards,
selling, seven furlongs Eitlit Bells. Iu3 (Doml
1'Ick). ttot, first by hair a length; lllss Lynah.
1W (Haw ell). S to I. second: Hungsxisn, 115
iCoburn). to 5. th'.id Ttrre. lias. Chiffon.
Bo:.&qsa. On Hand and Crystallinn alto ran
fecund race, pur-o 400 3-j ear-oils. five and a
half furlorgs liarcy. lo (Coturn). S to 1. won
by a neck. Bonitary, 100 (Domlnlck), 2 to 1.
second. Miros, US (Crowhurst). S to 5. third.
Time lrtO'j Varro, Blidi s-tone. llobert, Jr.
MS Miss Aubrey also ran.
Third race, purse J4U0, oil axes, selling, six
furlongs .Small Jack. 18 (Domlnlck). to lo,
wen by two lengths. Queen Anne. 112 (Coburn).
I to 1, second. Kate Freeman. tS (Cocnran). 7
to 1, third Tuae. 1.1. Sttthlnc also ran.
Fourth race, purse JtJO. 3- ear-olds, senior,
fin and a belr furlong Olen Lake. 110 (How
ell), C to 5. flisl by a reck. El Caney. 1"S (Crow-
4 to I. third Time. llii.. Tim QUmore and
J H liarnrs Also ran
1-lfta race, pa-se ?. 4 year-olds and upward!,
stllinr. mile and seventy yards Karly lllrd. 101
(Ma)) 8 tol, -won by a length. Jo Dought,
JCI (Cochran). 2) to 1, second. Laureate. U7
(Crowhurst). S tr 2. third. Time. l:is?4 Quids
Hock. Annie OMfl-14 Hlsh Jinks and A.Ulman
SiTth race, ourse S1C0 3-year-oids and upwards.
(Uinp. six furlongs Terralene. 10J IDumldck).
ren. won. Old Fox 107 (Cbum). 4 to I fcec
ord. Mma n. 103 (Howell). 7 to 1. third. Tlrk!.
1 15'. I'omella. Lady Memphlj. Charlo, Diana
Fonra Innuendo and Bright Night slso ran.
Klnloch l'ark. i;trlei.
First race, four and a half furlongs:
I'alr P'ay Ill Downnarted -11$
CcnAners .IIS Julius Werrer lis
Our Lad 115 Minion .,..113
Honor BrlRkt 103 acati 103
Ileacher 103 Docto- Birknsr 113
Juanett 115 The Thrush 11;
Second race, six ard a half furlongs!
John Morton .... ....Ill Waban 113
J". I. 3 110 Hilda Ii 101
Captain Qalnes 107 Coral 101
canrobcrt 101 Domlnls 110
Dorallce 11a Capitolla iw
riilent Friend 107 Tour Leaf Clover.. ..110
Third race. mile.
Mountain Dew 11) Dlgado m
Dclsarte m Helen 11. Gardner ..Hi
Hourd Turn 11 Isaac ID
Huntresa V 11 Hane B 11
ladrore ..117 lfvrnue 114
Veloc ?.lt? Celeste Dor 11)
Fourth race, seven and a half furlongs:
chickamauga 1)7 -Mils Loretta 101
Two Annies 1"4 Nince O'Neill 104
Lurdan ....119 Gray Forte 1)1
V-anetto 113 "rjtalllne 11)
Jiecklacc U Whlrper Low id
Fifth race, Eeven furlongs:
Glen Bcw 1)4 j S-vcthlng iw,
J'irate's Daughter.. .106 1 Many tot
datir Coat lCSKedas 101
Marcia Dent 1011
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs:
Omelia 110 Seguranci 101
Bailie Lamar 110 Kljio Vtnnor ., 111
VVatercrest 113 Morotfian isj
Vlordlan 101 Kl Ghor llu
rcrcy K 101 1-ugerla s si)
la-p. Loiterer in i 1. m
First race Downhearted. The Thrush. Juinrtt.
i-ond race bilcnt Frt-nd. Dorallc, lmro'iert
"1 hlrd race Mountain Dew, Celeste D Or, Kcvc
rue. Fourth race Two Annies. Necklace. Grej
rttth race Pirate's Daughter. Marcy, Seethlrj.
Sixth race rercy It., fctguranea. El Ghor.
All Frldajs Are Ladles' Dnjs
At Klnloch Park Ilace Course.
FOUND AVON HMtLEM'S rEATVKE.
II airman's Mare Made n Show of si
Chicago, Sept, li Harlem's feature this
afternoon was centered in the third race, in
avhlch Found. Hard Knot, The Devil and
others met at a mile nnd an gath. Talley
LOOK AT OUR
N. E. Cor. Sixth and St. Chirles.
went right to the front with Found. Honey
Boy undertook to imp up with the pice,
but before the route hail been half covered
every horae In the race, except John liaker,
fell back tired and staggering At the c!oo
Buchanan tried tilth Hard Knot, but ho
could not sain an inch and finished second,
three bngths an ay and four lengths in
front of The Devil. Weather perfect; track
fast. The summaries:
Tint mc Ave furlonsrs Duillst. 1M flijssla
Eer). n :o JO won, Frldolln, ih (Tallcyi, 13 '
second, nennnnao luj diucnanani. u to I,
third Time, luo r J. V Ilium Acs. Kolhitai.
atural tias. Iteeca,
La Desirous ana Tusk-i-
ji Xleslrou anil TuL4.
rova nio ran.
ecund race, lx furlfngt A1m Furt, 101 (Du
pce). c to l, won. Iiollli- WMthoff let (Talli,
) to E. second, l'ojie L'o. 1) (Tullj). 10 to 1.
third Time, l.n 3-3. lerroll. MInon. Peace.
Allle II . Itosa Diali. Treo Hum, Ncra C. Ut
ile allie and n-njamin dKi ran.
Tlilril mM. tnfle nn.1 nn e!ir:tti tfiTnl 52 (Tal
I'D, S to 1 won Hard Knat "-S (liuchlnanl. 5
to . second. Th Deell :o iKaniM.mi t 1.
i&lr.L Time. l-S 1-3 l'enochle. JoSa luker arl
1 ney Ho nlo ran
Fourth race, m'le and tsient jiards Van
3Ioorlfke. 91 CTallej). to -. won, Ileidwafer
109 (luclanan) to S. secnnJ. Ohne:. S9 (Wods)
t to 1, thlM Time, 1 : Iuoluie nUo ran
Fifth nee me futonc Wluri in, T (Huch
anan. 2 to 3. v.on Moremu," 1M (Tall) 1
to l. second Ttr. 110 iCil.mvn) ( to 1, ttil-l.
Time. I l 3. Tennc l.lle and Krenar alsi
Mxtli race, oie mile Cccmoosey. 107 (Tallej).
Hi, won Pre-ur 107 (Tulb). 11 to 1 eraml
Frflinchujwn 10 illlck). i to 1. thlnt lime.
If) Ij "am McKt-eicr. Sens tor Th imprao.
l'rlnce Itral and Hlndonet al-o ran
rirst race, six furlcni;.-
Omdi-rman MS,Kial Victor ... IH
IVopeller .. . 1M 1 1 1 Oriente lc
Klngrine .. !"" Tola . .. -lcS
Mr 1'omcroy .... li' Ked -icnal .. V
i.uego . ivt MPtri r irewry... iv
The Conqueror ...ICo Impromptu
i hlnn A. Fopjythe's cnt-y.
t-i'conl race mile and a alxUcnth.
Hold Vd . -Ul Hottentot .
J'iy the Tiddler 1 '1 Turn
I.11I Garrett . .
IU bert Ivuta
. 131 Meddler . . ..
K3 Iieckv Rolfe
.12a l.rj CliesterilrlJ .
. IS , Kens .. .
Ft.urlli race mllft nn,l flftv vatds. celllne
I Mm Lazarus, a .100 Ca:oocan
wucei iv t insieiii
Quannah Faikcr .. 103 Tragedy
lie.r-nder II 7bai .Next
b.lier Coin Ii3 I Iralrie D .. .
Fifth race, nine-sixteenths mile selling:
Labanca 11 FunJo
Hlo 1v3m,1 un
nut Up luSICora Oottx .. .
Lp Ki Waterplant .. .
Custr .... . . lvb 1 MoiejniWfs .. .
Milh race, mile and fifty jards, selling:
Maharajah Ohauncej n-lur
1'at Oanett 1J2 Marina Vox
Kireloi.1. i'SiJihn 1'atton
lame ituiy ion Trtbor
Title .. . .
jocici:v Mi:.cKi( ix i-oon rouvi.
Had Itiile Heat Aoondny In the UIIIott
New York. Sept. 13 A perfect fall da
and an attractive programme drew a bis;
crowd to the Gravtsena tratk to-dty. Two
stakes and a liurdlo handicap were "decided
and tho sport waj interesting except to
thoe who intrusted their money and nopei
to Spencer. He practically threw away the
Willow fctakes. oa Noonday. anJ only won
the Speculation Stakes by a narrow marg.n
after a tad ride. The summaries:
First race, hurdle. La'idlcap, on and one-hilf
nillen ,utu. 1) (. luno). S to 1 and S to 1.
won. Mazo, ut (Finnesan). 6 to 1 and ! m l
second, Klondjke. in tVelich), to x anj eien.
third. Tunc. 2.t 1-: Moniee Doctrine. Lm 4
J'le. The Isurlineton Itojte, Challenger. Ihree
lia-s. L.cer, LaJ 'flldeo. llnce. Draugnttnun,
Cephalalgia, and loluco aio ran.
-ecurd race, about six furlJ"KS, selling The
Tride. Ill (Turner). 3 to 1 and 8 to S, won. Ral
ston, tFlnn), 10 to 1 and 4 to 1, second.
Kitchener. 101 (Hcnrj). 13 to 1 and i to 1, third.
T.rae. 1:111-1. Midnight Ch!me. Spuiow Wins.
B r enrtstorher. luni. Leader. Balloon, Uio.iiock.
Itlnaldo. 'iartar. Leedsi Ule, Lady Lontrao.
Briirace and 5nsstei alio ran
TUrd race, the Willow Mikes, firs and cni
lialf furlonss Janice. Hi (iTaracr), Sj to 1 and
to 1, wen. Ncondo. lit (fpcrcer). even aid
r to 6. seoond; Trigeer, 3 iSlact). to 1 and
10 to 1. tnlrd. Tina, lw 3 i Fliiabeth, Ludj
tchorr. Sweet LaienJer and Lady of tho alley
l.i.rtti race. Speculation Stake3. oae and one
clxteenth mllei l'olknte. Ill ltvnctrt. R to c and
3 to 5. Moo, Klnnlklnc. 103 (McCue). 10 to 1 and
3 to 1. second, i'caceful, 1)1 ibhai), 6 to 1 and
s to 5. third Time, 1:47 3 3. Anthracite, An
Cronlcus, Alsa.a and King lUrlcjcorn also ran.
Fltth rice. Hio furlongs (llade Hun. 113
(ssaw) 6 to 1 and 5 10 3. wen. lela, 113 (Brcn
nan), 10 to 1 and (tol, second. na;inecker, 113
(J Bound), 4 to 1 and 10 to L thlnt. Time.
1:02 3-3. Lord Prosper. Adiocater. Uuatama.
Magnu Trolk Ftrategtst. Cai-ielian. Comfetltor,
Tte Golden Prince, 3lona4. bcmlaole, tlp and
Danserneld also ran.
blxth race, rne mile and seventy yard King
Bromtle, us (Turner) 1 to 3 and out, won, Sd
ducee. Ill tOdom), 13 to i and out, kecond. Tlire,
MiCAnnEsr staiile i'iiomimixt.
Three Horses AVon I'lirses for Huirb
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 13 Thrco of to-day'a
tvlnncrs at Windsor, Jack Adle. The Co
inonter ar.d Flag of Truce. vere from tho
JlcCarren stable, and all were ridden by
McQuade. Weather clear; track ra3t. Sum
maries: llrst race, selling, six and crc-half furlongs
Brother lYed, in, (ltobertson), 2 to 1. wen,
Onoto, 107 (Miller), (tol, second. Charley Shane.
US (. Valentine), 10 to 1. third. Time. 1:21!
Cotton Plant. Ld Both and iljth alio ran.
bicond race, ulllny. four and cne half furlincs
The covenanter, iu2 (McCjuad), 6 to 2, tvon:
Knuaa C L, 104 (Ibiss), 11 to lo. second. Vlruio
rtOr. S3 (McKeanl, :m to L third Time, 56',
ltuiian. lUjbert iloirlson. Jim l'clk. Porter B .
Phosphorous anl lJizeita. S also ran.
Third race BeUin-. six and one-half furlongs
Jack Adle. 1)2 (Mcwjuade). E to 1. won. Douster
swivel. 104 (Hoberts.n), 3 to 1, second. Descu
brldora. 1 (Hicks) to to 1, third. Time. 1.11s..
Intent. Tjrba. Triune and Dlvertlsement also ran
fourth race, selling, one and one-sixteenth
rnlles-Bafi'ed a (Jllcksi, 7 to 3. won. Earl
l'onso. iu2 (Aker), I to i. second. Ojtburst. S3
(E. Jackson). 10 to L third. Time. 1.47'i. Mar
garet Haxeman. Bequeath und btatlra also ran.
Fifth race, selling, one and one-eighth miles
Flajr of Truce. 1M laldjuade). 7 to , won, i.112
abeth K . 114 ulliks), 3 to 2, second, Crosshvuina.
104 (Cutro). 2 to :. third. Time. 1 j, Henry
Launt. Don Clarencio and Zu'alllg also ran.
fclxth race. silUlnf, six furLngs lola, 97
(Booker). 11 to 10. won, Iaks Fonsn, 100 (Miller).
3 to 1, second, i'rlacs of India 1j3 (Hicks), 10
to L third. Time. 1.HV1. Bonnie, bbauMr S.
resale F. and Old Mike also r-n.
GOSSir OF THE UUAHTEItSTnnTClI.
Lucky Baldwin, with a string of fifteen gool
ones, -will arrive at Klnloch tl.ls morning. Th
rlcturesque Callfornlan has not raced la St. Lojis
fcr soms tane
Captain Tllles had a rery nice bet on Marry
at U to 1 yesterday acd obhsinglj put all hid
friends oa ni good thing. It was very good
Two horses which should bs "morals" to
daj. If tvcrytblnn goes right with them, -ire
lo Annies end l)ownheartel Two Annie hd
a veiy light race last time out. Off ballv sh
tiustled to the front, was ei-cd up the haca
snitch In th plater spots and when well out of
It. cine fast In th stretch at her case, hhe may
t.ot be quits rtadj jet. bat at a-y Mnl of a de
cent rrtce she Is worth a bet. Downhearted was
swe-t her last attempt, and in men. conditlsn
should walk home.
Thero will bs another of thr.s attractive lumo
lrg raos on baturdaj It Is said that there may
b a good hcise hte frcm Chicago, Globe II
who can go the route ovr the "lets ihey talk
of handicapping Tcnto heavily Tcnto d d nt
rsrform like a w elulit-pscku last time He hit
lis toes too sharp, allghtlrg to carry much lead
lie fenced like a nag that might fall now anl
thin If ho had bad on his withers. A better ld-i
would te to take weight off tho horses h beat.
Hungarian was liked to heat night Bells yes.
ten'-u. en his race agalnu Bummer and others
i-l Noith. He w ni.t given a paiticuiarly vle
urous ride at an pan of the route.
Iti:DV FPU IIxll.NEs.S HOUSES.
Trotters and Facers Will Work Oor
the 1'ulr Grounds Course.
Next week harness horses will be spin
ning merril around the big mile track at
the Talr Grounds In front of pneumatic
tired EUlkes. From then until the SL Louis
Fair of lSi'J Is closed tho fling spokes will
bo ccn whore tho thoroughbred runners
held full swn only a week or two ago.
Ftrpcrlntendent Jim Cunningham, with a
corps nt assistants. Is busily engaged work
ing the track, so that it will be in propir
shape for the trotters bv Monday.
The soft cushion that is so necessary in
running races to pnvent the hor.ses from
breaking down Is not wanted by the animals
In harness. It la necessary to bring the big
roller Into play to fit It to suit them. Tho
track has to bo hard for the trotters and
pacers not the hnrd granitoid surface that
the horsemen nay they have had to deal
with at some tracks this searon. When
properly rolled the Fair Grounds track
makes an excellent one for the trotters and
pacers not one upon which sensational
time can be made, but it good. afe one, and
one that will not bother the legs of the
President Aull looks for all of the best
harness horses In this part of tho country
to come to St. LouLs to compete for tho
purses offered during Fair Week. He sas
that all of the events, with tho exception
of the 703 pace and the 2.H trot, havo
been treated liberally. The race3 mentioned
did not fill, and different conditional events
will take their places on tho programme.
The entries closed last Tuesday.
HORSE SHOW DATES CO,ri.ICT.
St, Lou 1 11 and Cblcniro Erents Set for
Oct. SSt, 30, 31, .Not. 1. S anil 3.
SL Louis Is to hare her horse show as
usual this falL The c"atog selected are Octo
ber 29. SO, JL NTOv ember 1, 2 and 3. Chicago
la also to have a show, and has tho nffalr
tcheduled to take place tho same week a
tho one which will be held in the Coliseum,
under the auspices of the EL Louis Horse
Secretary John H. Gentry claims a right
to the above-mentioned dates, as, he says,
the rules of the St Louts association
-' 'e-SttllsV4r---ip 4. -a.- ..p,, ,vn rTI ll f J" fW. T T 1 1 II i .1 ihT II IT ll. -if
I'liii ii'-Miij-V -- ' - - -ws s vX..s ;. -- 1 ,-.. sr ,. s
call for a show to take piice each year In
the iieek commcnc'ng with the last Mon
d ly in October.
Secretary Gentry and the other members
of the St. Louis association say that they
will outdo thtir former brll'iaiit records In
presenting to fct. Louis the best hor-u show
ever seen here. More nmey Is being of
fered In prizes than was given away at any
of the previous shone, nnd the list of plate
and nips will be numerous.
Chicagoans propose to spring something
new at their show. They say that a strong
.ffort will bn mnrtn t hnix Sidney Lucas.
! . t ... . . .- , - ..
winner of the American Derby; James, who
! ran second, nn.l f.fwnfpnnnt Giljwon. W llO
I . " --, ., .
was a not favorite, on xlilliIllon aiar;
Pointer and Joe IMtchcn, the great pacers,
ma also be secured
Tin: Mciir mi -wninur on m:n.
L'orrcinmlMit 'lb inks lleiul 'WelBlit
Miperlor In LIr
To the rortlrg F.lltor of Tlie Hipulll"
We often hear horsemen dlcu-") thH
jiropoxltloii Whither it Is better fur an
IiorM to tarrj a llsht boy and a pad filled
with bail or a large bo with lUht sul
dle The dead-we'fht theorists say that a
hor-o K stronger aerovs the -"houldrs than
at anj otl-tr part of hii back that wlien
jou have the dead wilsht jou strap It
:icr- the shouldi rs and hen ou Ii ivo
the lart.o boy and light addie. most of
tins weitht is across the loin-, the weake"it
part of the back
Tor Illustration, look at the last two
rac. s of The Light Tin Light, sched
uled to cari 117 iKiunds. with Van Duson
(who cannot do p-w Ihan 110 or HI pounds
and is sometime l- pound" onrwelght
when dclnir 115 pouiufs) in the saddle, N
beaten aslij m 1 15 The next rai e.
schrtluhd to carry lit. pounds, with a M
pound bov up. she rompi borne in l.H'
fauro! tho one nourd she had off could not
so have affected her. There was no Inter
ference In either i.iee, and rran who nw
the last race lulieied she couM hate car
ried live pounds more than she did and
This one pout-il "he had off wai ome
thing remarkable if it had the effect- No.
it was dud w tight ersut live welgliL The
lit e-w eight bey had ridden her sexcral
time to lctory. wliiie, 1 believe, this was
the first time the dead-weight boy had
won on her. although he has several tlmea
ridden her this summer This makes me a
bellevir in the dead-vvI-;ht theorj.
THE AIinOT IlltOKi: m HIICORII.
Traicrseil a lllle nl en lnrk In S:l4
New York. Sept. 13 The attendance was
largo on tho lnurth da of tho Grand
Circuit meiting at the Empire City track.
The main attractions wire the free-for-all
pace and a mile against time bv Tho Ab-
Aooot. in the free-for-all tiao th finish in
the first hint nji in doubt to tho win.,
where Prince Aloit von by a no-e from
Anaconda In the second heat Prince Aloit
broke badl. Anacond.i winning by thrfo
lengths He aNo wen the nut heat and
the race in a hair-raising finish in 2.-04it.
The big event of the day was tho mile
against time by the crack gelling. The
Abbot, to beat his reword of 2 04"-4 He
vent vcrj slow to the quarter In .3-'V and
then went like llghtnirg to the half in
1 02's Ho shot by the three-quarter polo in
1J2 and camo nonie In 2i4 This gives
him the champion gilding record, but still
leaves him lthind the world's champion
record, held by Alix. of 2:UTt.
2 IS trottlnjr. pu-se Jl.IOn
Lady Noneu. b. in. by Norbal
Maid Troroe. b m (VVettiri
Lcorarl Ik 11. br g (Walker)
J K f . b s .O Neil)
Ambo, b m. (Lman)
Flrt Love, b m (Gitcomb)
Laveran. br k illudwm) . ..
Itlva!, b. ir. (Tlcehurst)
All lhy. bl. g ((Tievrler) ..
. 6 3 1 1 1
.. 7 9 k 2 C
.. 3 7 ) 3
.. 4 k 9 9 I
.. V i 4 3 dr
3 7 3 Cdr
3 1 1 1
1 6 3 S
.... 2 2 4 4
... 4 4 2 3
. . 6 1 r. 2
.Manna, n m. iiiemirvt)
Time 2 12V. 2 14. 2 131,. j.ij. 2.3511
2 13 pa ini: purse 31 2JU.
Pom Calhoun, r g. ly I. s. Wl
Iveras bile h (Ware)
Pilnce A., br. g (T)un) .
llfrd VV . oh. e (Golden)
ltuim b m (Carjierten . .
Lie L-Jcro. ch c. (llathbun) ...
Time t.lli. 2 !0U. ; 10. 2.11.
llee-fnr-ill pace, wigon race Honlas Creek.ch.
g. by HuJd Creek (Hillings), won. Quadrora.
ch g (IVrrenr oconl. Mirer Maker, ir g
(VV-iie). third Time. 2 10
Frec-for-ill pace. jpure 31 VO
Anaconda, h g . by Knight (llcllenry) ..211
I race Aloit. b g (McClarv) .... 1 3 2
Irdlana. I c. iMc-'arth)) 3 j 3
Time-2.03'. 2 OIVi. 21)4lj
TOO SLpVN MirnMlEU.
Cnnuut Illile Any jlure at Dnncnulcr
.lleetlnu; Fouled Enerr.
Ixndon, Sept. 13 Tod Sloan was suspend
ed to-daj for the nst of the Doncastor
meeting for crossing Eager, riddm by
Morny Cannon, In the raco for the Port
HeauHs) of Olm-j llnces.
Olney. 111. Sert. 1J The Lrsest crowd thit
has ever been In this city attended ths county
fJlr hero to-day The exhibits were sood Tho
races rc-ulied as follows.
:" ".t t-say orattan won. Best time. 2 59H
iharal hll.v . I .. .i . r v c
One-half ratio an 1 rejieat. runniig Dean V
Flee for-all, mile heats Tewanda won
A1IEIIICAS' GOOD MIOWIM3.
Won m Second nml a Third Prise nt
Vlncfiim-s lllejcle Haers.
Paris, Sept. 13 The Americans made a
much better showing at Vlncennes to-day
In the Mcjcle flnal, amateur and profes
sional, for tho Exposition Grand Prix, tlisn
on the previous visit.
Cooper gained Eecond place In the profes
sional and Lake third in tho amateur Tall
lat.der and Sanz, Frenchmen, secured first
and second places In tho amateur contust
where the prizes wcro works of art worth
respectlvily 1.0W, COO and 3'JO francs. The
distance in this race was 2.W9 meters, and
the time- 2 02.
The professional race was much more in
teresting, as it resulted In the defeat of tho
ITench crack, Jacquelln, by tho Dutch
champion, Mjers. Cooper, tha Frenchman,
had to be contented with third plao.
Jaquelln, who had previously beaten tho
ottitr American, JtcFarland in the semifinal-.,
took the lead in the final, nnd held
It during the griater part of the race, but
during tho last rouru Mjers and Cooper
passed him. Jacqutlin cpurlid, but to no
nurpose. and finished thrie-rourths of a
length behind Cooper
The French spectators, who had confident
ly expected a -victory for their champion,
gave only a hair-hearted ovation to Jler.
The distance In thU race was 2,000 meters
THrc. 2 322-5. Tho first prize was 15,0u0
francs, tho tecond C.Vv and tho third COW.
TH WIS OV HIS STEADY OLD G 13ID
Amateur Gulf Champion, enr Defeat,
Won Ills Gtime b Consistent Work.
Tuxedo Park. X Y.. Sept. 12. The Invi
tation golf tournament which began yester
day morning on the links of the Tuxedo
Golf Club was continued to-day, acd somo
remarkably good scores were made. At on
tima it looktd as it the profissional scoro
of 71 for tho eighteenth-hole course would
be beat a. but 75 was the best made to-day.
E 11 Hers of Yule was tho plavr who
came so near the mark, and by doing so
bo established a now amateur ncoril for
In the match play for the Tuxtdo Cup,
Champion Walter J. Trav Is still holds the
premier petition, but in lis match with A
Dew lit Cochrane of Ardley he came very
dose lo defeat, beating Cochrane by 1 up.
In the afternoon Travis won from J A
Stlllman, Jr., of Newport by 4 up and 3 to
I'. H. Holilen of Philadelphia and Oliver
Prrrln or IJaltimore put up aiiry interest
George Armstrong won both of his match
es, defeating L 1J. Hull of Tuxedo in tno
foruwon nnd W. C. Carnegie of Pittsburg in
the afti moon.
In the semifinal round for the Tuxedo Cup
lo-irorrow Livingston will meet Anderson,
and joung Uyers of Yale will have Travis
fur an opponent.
120 Boui'diii" Places
Advertised In to-day's Ilepublic.
COHNEUUS VA.MIEHIHLT WOX.
II is Yaelit, Hnluboiv, Ontsnllcd
New Y'ork. SepL n.-Cornclius Vander
bilt's seventy-foot sloop yacht Rainbow,
traveling nt a thirtein-xnot clip, nnd with
lur lie rail all awash, dashed acrors tho
finish lino oil Sandy Hook lightship this
evmlns. the leader and winner in the thirty
mile race against August Belmont's Mlneola
and Whitney's YanKie. and the Virginia,
owned by W. K. Vanderbllt. Jr
By the handsome margin of three minutes
and twenty -two seconds the Haltibow won
the Jl."C) cup offered by blr Thomn Lip
ton The Jlinccla was second, Virginia third
ard Yankee fourth. The official time of tho
Rainbow was: Start, 12.23 00; finish, 6 M:13;
elapsed time, 5 2o:13.
There was little promise of a fast, or
even an Interesting, race during the early
morning hours, and for a long time after
the stnrt the wind was so light that hardly
one of the spectators expected to see the
event finished within the time limit of six
und one-half hours.
The first half of the race was little better
than a drifting match. The second halt was
much better, but a shift of the wind made
It a close reach back to the finish, atl the
yachts being able to lio their courses.
(noil Ennncli for a ICInjr
Are tho Men's handsome Suits the Globe,
Seventh and Franklin avenue, sell at ItO
J12.W and $15. I-atest patterns, best ma
terial and just half of whal tho tai'or would
charge you to make them to order.
Southpaw's Good Work Enabled
St. Louis to Win the
PITTINGER WAS HARD HIT.
Willis Was Substituted in the Fifth
Inning and He Did Good
Work Wallace's Sensa
Clubs VA. lt Vct
Ilrookljn ....u 4t .011
Pittsburg . (,7 ta 72
1 hlladiljjhla. ; 15 .3I
I'hlcago 37 CI .453
Boston . .....33 33 4
M Lruls ...,!J CI 463
nncinnatl ..S3 oi .452
New York .. 4s 67 .117
Clubs. V. i IVt
rntii(i - -i -1
Mlluaukf ..74 &7
indianipolls 7 Co
Detroit ex u.
"v inas City, bl is
n-v eland . .61 To
I'uifalo ... t 71
Mlnncaiolls . U SI
Pt Louis C Boston 4
1'hila 11, I'ittl.urK C
Hruok 13 3, Cine 29
Chicago b, New ornG
BuiTjIo 5. Chlcopo 1.
K C. 13. Iiotroic 4.
Clevc. 6. Minneapolis 2
National L ague.
Cin at Brooklja.
Detroit at Kan. Ut.
Clevc at Minneapolis.
Buffalo at Culcau.
RKPUiiLic srnci u
Iloston. .Mass, Sept. 13. Jones pitched P
magnlllctnt gamo against Iloston thi3 af
ternoon and tho result was that St. Louis
was tho Uctor In tho final contest of tlio .
series. The score avas C to 4, and after the
second innlnif t was at no time Ir. doulit.
Not ouly did Jonea pitch a fino game, bat
ho ncelved support that gavo him perfect
confidence. Wallace worked like a Trojan
at short and made several plajs th it nero
little short of phenommal. one, a stop of a
hot ball from Hamilton's bat in tho aev enth
Inning, being a wonderful pla.
rittingcr was put in to pitch fur Boston
and ho failed to duplicate the saod work
that he has done against other club3. Wil
lis was trotted out to replace him in tho
lifth. Tho lanky tvvirler from the South
made a wild ritih tho first tiling and lit
in a run, hut after that he sti.uliej down
nnd nllowod the visitors only four hits nnd
no runs during the remaindir of the game.
In the first inning McGravv worked his
baso on balls and scored, when IIildrlcK
banged a three-bagger to left.
scored on a single by Wallace. In the sec
ond llueluw pot first on a force out. and
scored when Jones hit a three-bagger to
deep center That gave St. Louts its start.
In lloston's half of the second, Collins
hit to center and Heldrick allowed the ball
to pass him. Collins reaching second. He
scored on two infield outs.
In ihe eighth Jones appeared to weaken
a trifle und Iloston felt on him to tho cx
tmt of thre tingles and two runs. In the
nir.th liuslon made- two singles and one
run. but despite the substitution of baU
men the local could not do enough with
Jones to make them formidable rivals, and
tho gamo ended with the score in favor of
bt. Louis bj a margin of two.
The Boston outfit U put up a pretty game,
using exciilint judgment on all the Hies
knocked In thiir territory. Thvj had rather
the better of the visitors in this respect
although Uurkett and Heldrick did some
nice, work In this particular. In tho infield
Wallace was easlij the ttar. but Long und
Lowi made several plajs that were desert -
I, ui nil- .irinuuMj wiey rtieived, liuelow
caught a fine game, backing Jones up In
fine stjle and making two catches of foul
Hies mat wire dimiult In the extreme
Jonts's hitting was ono of the features of
the game. Tno score.
.. .. . AD ll 1U O A p
Ham'.llcn, cf 4 i 0 3 1 0
long. 8 . ...... ... .... 3 u 1 3 s -.
btani. rf 4 0 0 4 7 T,
Jennej. lb i i 1 . ,
Collins. 3b 4 1 3 J .,
f t-h)'. if 3 1 1 2 Z i
Luwe. Ab 0 3 1 4 n
Sullivan, c 4 0 .) t. u u
llttlnbtr, p 1 u u u u -
),"" V J U U u 1) G
V? 1 1 o 0 0
tV-'arke 1 0 1 u 0 (,
lUlneca U 0 u u u u
Totals 37 "4 1 ir vil "4
Mcoraw. 2b :" r3 "I' o Af C
Uurkett. If 4 0 Z i J a
Hedrlck. cf 4 1 3 s 0 1
Donovan, rf J I 1 ) 0
Wallaces 3 o 1 : 7 J
ilcGann, lb o 1) I JJ
u""". o 4 1 0 1 0 o
Jos. p 4 1 3 .j J j
Batted for Willis ta the ninth
iiduea jor niani jn nlntli.
JBan lor Clarko In ninth.
Boston 0 10 0 0
fct. ,uu!s .... . ... ; 1 o o 3
Earned nins Boston 2. St. Louis 1. Thrf e-basa
Butlelt 1. Double plays-Hamilton and suiman 1.
.Manl and hulllian 1 bacriltcu ldts-Low l!
Bases on balls-OO' I'lttlncer 1 o Willis 2. oif
Jones 3. Jilt by jltched ball-ilcUann 1. htruck
it.s-,.iiUMVA 1, junes 1 aiuien uiss lisit. 1.
out III Willis 3. by Jones 2. Passed balls Hue.
i, nr..".'J litchee-Wllll 1. Time-on hour
and nriy-llve minutes. Utnplro Hurst.
PHILADELPHIA n, IMTTMII'IIG .
Clieshro'n AVllilncss Cost Hie Pirates
tun TJilrd Lnnie Wth (liiiikers.
Phllmtelnhla I v. i m.....!
today aat I'lifiadelohl 1 defeateil liiishure niti,
comparative ease, in tr ninth inning tre via
ltoi had a tatting rally, but It dii not coa
tlnus lorg enough to le of any value Score:
Clarke, If.. 3
l enum t, cr 3
O Prleii, Hi i
VV illl mi, 30 3
0 Connor, c.5
lan hill. rf..4
Chtsbro. i .2
AU UUA! (
hlugle. If. 3
Dil li-ty. lb S
I.a Joie, 2b 3
lllck. rf 4
Cross, a ....4
Fraser. p. ...4
Tutals ...33 I5 2t 12 1
Totals ...30 1C 27 12 0
PittsLurg 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 S
Philadelphia 0 0 2 2 3 3 10 ..11
Karned runs-Plttsbutg 5. Philadelphia T. Two
lase hits o Helen lf o Connor 1. Hick 1. Doug
las L Horn- runs-W llllams 1. SjcrPlie hits
Iraser 1. Molen base. heaumont 1, Douglan 1
i K.Ian 2. 1 raser j Ttoraas 1. Doutle ulavs
W lllliir j. unassl'ted, 1. La Joie, Cross and Dcl
ehanty 1, Cross, li Joie and DIchant 1. lft
on bases l'lttstnirg 10, Philadelphia u. l-irt
base nn balls Oir Chosbro 6, id 1 raser 4 Hit
b pltchul ball Delehant) 1, Tnomas 1 htruck
out llj chesbro 2. by rra-ir 2. 1-assed Lalls
Dujglas 2. Time Tuc hours. Umpire O'Hai.
CHICAGO U, M1W lOIlIC B.
Error In First Iiinliiif (lave Hie An
arrlilsls an Vndesers ed Gnnie.
New York. Sept. 13 A fumble on Dole's part
In the lift inning to-day picved fatal to the
New lorks H was responsible for at least two
run. Matthewson pitched a splendid game and
deserved to win. A base hit on several occa
sions would have won the game for New x0ik.
The Chlagos will plaj on: & postponed game hero
to-morrow. Attendarce. 300. Scorer
All II O A E.
V'Halt'n. efs 1 1 0 0
btlbuch. lf..3 0 3 0 0
HlcKm n. 2b 4 2 3 (1 1
mlth. rf....3 2 I 0 M
Doyle, lb 4 1 It 0 3
Divls, t 4 Olio
Gleeson. 2b 4 2 2 t n
Bos'nan, c 4 0 - 2 3
Math'eon, p.4 1 0 j 0
Totals ...37 T 27 UZ
All.ll o a u.
McCart'y, If 4 0
-rim. zu....i 1
Merte. cf...3 0
htrang. :u ..4 0
Dexter. rf...4 1
Itradlev. lb.. 4 1
M Corro'fc. s 3 1
(Kdmr e .. ..4 1
.u., (IIUU, 1 . 1
Total 35 27 S 3
Chlcao 4 0 02000 0(C
New Wk 1 0 o u 3 1 o 0 o-i
Karned runs Chicago L First base by trror
Chic-go 3. New lork 1. Lelt on lasp chVai-ii
S. New iork 1. nrst ta.e on bulls 03 CtiTi
n'nglam 3, rff Mathewsm X Htruck out By
Xathcwson 5 Mnlen baes Bradley 1 Mc
cormick 1 Two-base Mts-,KJing 1. Mathew
son 1 Hit b, pitched ball TJ) Cunningham
1. Passed balls-Kins 1. Umpire-Cni!i Tlire
One hour and fifty minutes.
HHOOKLV.N 7i::, CIACI.WAT1 20.
lteilsi Scored Seventeen Errors; In Two
4! nines, Thereby Losing Itotli.
Brooklyn. Seat, 11. Brooklyn won both games
to-day. The llrst was easy. Wtyhlnr had the
Clrririnatis shut out until the elshth Inning. New
ton wis hit hard and his support was raeeed
he contributing four of the nine erro-s.. McBrlde
colrlded with the fnc while chasing a foul
..u ,,nu , win: .iijuiv... iinjoKiyn Ell an An. I
parentbr safe lead In lbs nnt thrto innings oi ti S
illtmBreV ill tinvsciBnii
.jmanem. -.iiiitnawniii, aiiifflBEllii.
recend game, but the vl-ltors had a l-attlng
stiiak In the nfth. - otlng Ix rUns ard foi
lug ahfad It was a tvv gimp f-r the neit
tno Irilif. and then the t-iH won out on
Ihn- on tails, a triple l.j WiKkard. a m.-d
cliim-e. Dal h"ni" mi. a n-igie and two wild
lUilics Tie r.eldl b cf the c.m lunatU Wis
again ragit'd Attindaace. 2.1V) oire
AH II O A n
Jonrj. cf ..3 2 3 0 0
Keeler. rf 2 u 0 1) u
."hfvkrJ. lf.3 12 10
Kelley, tb...4 3 10 0 o
luly. 2b. ...3 lilt)
Cross. ;b ...4 3 3 3 u
Dahlen. .. 4 0 3 2 0
McGilre. c..3 1110
WejhliiE. p.l 1 0 I 0
Totals ...3 12 27 12 "5
IJ II O A 17
Invln, s-Jb 4
llpckley, lb. 4
Qulnn, 2s. ..3
Newton, p.. 3
lMti. o... 1
Totals ...31 10 54 17 9
Battel for Newton In ths ninth
Clrc!nntl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12
Lrookl)n 0 2 3 0 10 10 7
I'arnrd runs-Clnclnnatl 1. rirookljn 2. Ihree
base hits Newton I. Two-bast, hits Qulnn I,
Kellev 1, Daly l, cros 1. First en error
Hinoklyn 2 Left on baes Cincinnati 7. Brook
lvn . Etni'-k ot-iiy wejhtns 1. by Newton 2.
-acrince .hlt-sheckarl 1. Stolen bjse Ketler
1 Bases on bill-l:y V,ehInB 1. 1 - Newttn 4
Double plajs Daly and Kelley, I; sheckard and
(roj. 1; Ciu'nn and Coreran. 1 Passed balls
Knhoo 2. rim One hour and fifty-six minutes
AB HO AU
Tlarrett. cf. 3 2 0 0 i)
Irnln. lb... .2 0 0 11
bteln't. rf 4 1 1 0 0
I'eckley. lb.. 4 3 S 0 1
t'orioran s 4 2 3 0 2
Qulnn. 3b. ..4 3 2 4 0
Brett n. It.. 4 0 2 0 1
1'eltx. c 4 0 2 4 0
bcott. p.... 3 10 3 3
Totals ...33 i 13 14 "i
AII.11 u . t
Jones, cf ...3 I
Keeler. rf. .3 1
Kelley. lb.. 4
Daly. 2b ...4
Cros- 3b ...3
3IcGln'ty, p 2
Totals ...31 11 21 C 2
Clnclrnatl 0 0 0 1 6 2 0a
l!rm.kl)n 1 4 1 0 2 6 ..13
Ilamed runs Cincinnati 4. Brooklyn 4 Horre
run Daly 1 ThrK-boae hits S-hfckard I. Kell
er 1 To-base hit Corcoran 1. KiUey 2. Cross
1 First bas- by error circlnnatt 1. l!rookl)a
6 IWt on base Clncinratt 4, Brooklyn S.
btrucK out By KUsot 1. by llcClnntly 2. br
Sott 2. Sacrlllce lilts Cros 1. 1-arrell 1. liases
oa tails ny Kltiuin I. b tx-ott 2. Double plays
- Scott. Pelts and Bradley Hit by pitched ball
By Kltson 1 1'as.i ball-Pelts 1. Will pitches
ccott 3. Time One hour and flfty-tlve min
utes umpires Latham and Jennings. Second
j.ame called on account it darkneaa.
CI-NCISiVVri .S SCIIUIIC BLOCKED.
Tried to Cut Into Plttsburrr Abend of
Pittsburg. Pa , Sept. 13 The blocking of
a .scheme by Bancroft of the Cincinnati
club to cut into Pittsburg on next Wednes
day and get away with th wagon load of
money, which turelj awaits any club op
posing Pittsburg on thtir firvt gamo at Ex
position Park, was laid bare to-night. Tho
next game scheduled for Exposition l'ark
is with ht Louis next Thur-dav, and It is
conceded that 15 W) will be the smallest
gate to be divided.
Cincinnati hay a nostnoned game to play
I ff In Pittsburg, and on last Tuesday night,
I nftcr cIncI,1Rlti tij with Brooklyn, Busi-
mi.s Mnnacer Bancroft of the Cincinnati
1 lub wired Secretary Harn I'ulllam of the
tho Pittsburg in Philadelphia, asking that
tbo postp meil game bo plajed In Pittsburg
next Widnesday He said:
"It will be n great move for both clubs.
We can bent Brooklvn for joul"
Puiliam wired In New lotk ns follows:
"Show me those BrookIn :a!ps. I am
from Kentucky, whire they insist on view
ing the corpse. The operlng game In Pitts
burg belongi to St. Louis."
TIVE GVMES WITH IlUOOKLYrf.
Lonls Hns n Clinnce to Aid IMtls-
liiirtc In the Ituce.
Boston, ilas.s.. Sept. 13. Buclow's catch
ing caught the local fans completely. He
is tho hardest-working catcher seen hero
this season, nnd the way he Is working
now has the majority of older backstops
beaten completely. It was the- only lucny
gjmo Jones has pitched In Boston tnls
vear. In M. Louis the southpaw nas won
fits games from Boston, but here he has had
hard luck until to-day.
A delegation of friends from Lawrence.
Mass , wire down to tee Patay Donovan go
through his paces.
Curpy. formerly or St. Lout", and now re
leased by Boston, declares that be will not
accept anothir job for the season, as lie
Intcndi to take a good rest. He says he
may never play ball again. He Is out prac
ticing with thi Boston teim every dny.
His release notice expires on Saturday. The
local players are all orry to have him
go, and express the opinion that he wilt win
a lot of games for somebody before he is
trough with baseball
Has McGravv lost his aggressiveness, or Is
ho tired? He has not oeen neara trom one?
In any of the three games.
In Boston the betting Is 7 to 4 that Brook
lyn will win tho pennant and there are
Plenty of takera of the short end. Pitts
burg's showing here made a decided im
pression. Boston Is an even favorite fur
fourth olace. and St. Louis a short-end
iholce for fifth.
Rumors that Manager Selce wilt retire or
lie retired, are rife locally. Boston has not
a slntlo youns player under reserve for
next "-eiiijn. bt. Lou's will j lay five gamm
in Brooklyn. Including two postponed
Cleselnml C, Mlnneniiolln 3.
Mlnnespol's. Minn pent 13. To-lay's twelve
Inn ng gaie should have gin to tho locils. but
lj rani. OUIInc tbej force 1 It upol Cleveland
tl'Cjnn twirled a great came and wotd have
easily won with good mm back of hlro. Hart
iPewed fiwcr hits, but thev were not so wide
ly scattered as thosw off ilePain.
There will re s. double-heid-r hers to morrow
nnd the IMtrdl pitres will be transferred to that
city, commencing Sanda). Attendance, 2y).
bcure' .. a
Minneapolis . ...1 Onooooiloo 03 12 4
Clenlard . -- 00 0 2 1 0 0000 02 5 7 2
llkturles llianeapolls Mcfann and Fisher,
Cleveland, Hart and Cmlwm.
Clilrltu;n I, Hiiffnlo ...
Clilcago. hept. 13 Twlay's gamo was -1 close
contest for tlsht Innlnss. but Usher lt down
iaUr la tho ninth Irning nnd allo.ved Hie hlls,
lisultlng In three runs. Amole had the W-als
complttely at hts mercy Attendance, 0 s-rore:
Buffalo ... t 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 3 i 11 0
Chicago .. 0000O0O1 01 6 I
Batteries. cMcsko. l'isher and Sudden; Buffa
lo. Amole and t-pear.
Kansas City 13. Detroit 4.
Kansas CIt), Mo. bept 13- Kan-as Oty had
no trouble In vlnnlng fnnn Detroit to-day.
leager was hit ra'd and often anl his support
was poor. Attendance, 00. Score:
Kan-as City S 2 5 2 10. -13 17 3
Detroit 9 020100 1 4 12 3
Batteries. Kansas City, Gibson and McManUs.
Detroit. Yeager and McAllister.
DllCATL'll WOX AT IIOMK.
Is .Voir One- (.nine Abend of IUumnluc;-
tnii In i'lininnlimslilii Unci.
Dfeatur, III Sept. 13. The Bloomlngton base
ball team played the first of a series of fou
ginrcs In thi" city to-day D-catur won and
the games for th Central League championship
now stand three for Decatur and two for Bloom
Ington Tho score
Decatur 3 0 0 0 4 10 0 0 S 9 3
Bloomlngton 0 0 0 10 0 4- 07 5
Batteries; Decatur. Brady and Badetr; Bloom
lngton, Durrett and Bo T us
Tirveilo Club Gulf Tournament.
New lnrk. Sipt. IT. Play wis returned to-day
on the link ct the Tusedo Club In the thre
stases of the Invitation golf tournament. In the
matches for the Tuxedo cup, rou ds of elkotein
roles. Waiter J. Travis. Garden City deieated
A De Witt Cochrane, by one up; r. V. Watson.
lsioc County, won lrcm V. V. Marsh. Morris
ccunty. nve up and four to plav : George Arm
strong. Fox III. Is. won from ii B. Hutl. Tuxedo,
fcur up and three tu pla, liou's Livingstone,
Jr. AvestbrooV., defeated Joseph Cbadwlck, Jr ,
Newburg. cne up. F. If. llohln, Philadelphia,
won out b one up In hts game with Oliver Ivr
nn. VVatth Hill. James Stlllman. Newport, de
feated L. L. Kellogg, one up; n. M. Byer".
lal. son from G. ! Tiffany. Jvewburr. four
up and two to play, and W C, Camejle defeated
G II. Hull, score not gtrea.
It-suits nt Chllllcollie.
Chllilcothe. ilo , t-ept 11. .Ten thousand peo
ple attended the Chllllcotte Fair and trotting
meeting to-day. The racing events resulted as
3 45 trot Brldcet won; Veda Wllkrs. 'ecend;
Balem F.. third. Monsold, tourth. Best time,
"i'i' pace Monnut won; George It. Peck, sec
ond. Doctor Porter, third: Tow Keller, fourth.
Best time 3.13. '
Krce-fir all trot Outcast weni Ed Bryan, sec
ond: Riley O . third Best time. 3S3.
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Georice Dixon second and DewVy Boy third.
Judse Pettis won the nve-eiahts-mlle running
Judge Tettls won the flve-eiglxrs mile running
nlia Sazmoa second and ImseSia third.
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"KID" M'CQY AND
HIS WIFE FOUGHT,
Cianh and Encounter Occurred in
Their Home Drawing-
MRS. SELBY CALLED POLICE.
She SaK She Attempted to Destroy
Her Husband's Picture and He
Assaulted Her His Ac
count of It Differs.
HIT UBIJC epECI L
New York, SepL 13. There was a fight,
concerning which there was no previous
agreement as to who should win, between
"Kid" McCoy, the pugilist, and his wife
to-day. As a result of It, two policemen
guarded tho McCoy home to-night against
the entry of Its erstwhile head.
Tho altercation took place In the drawing
room of the house, at No. 213 West Forty-
foi.rth street, which for somo time past
has been the home of the McCoys, or, as
they are callidoutside the pugilistic world,
A friend who called at tho house a short
time after Mr. Selby's exit found Mrs.
Selby In a high state of reraous excite
ment. The furniture In tho drawlnz-room.
was wildly disarranged, and upon the cen
ter table thero were the frjgmmts of what
was once a cut-glass whisky decanter. Two
policemen stood at the door.
airs, ielby told her story with tears In
her ey es. She is a pretty woman. Her lan
guage la that of a refined, educated woman.
She feels that she Is a terribly- wronged In
dividual. This was the story she told of
her encounter with her husband:
"Ever sirce Mr. Selby left hero a few
days ago I have had the front door securely
locked and have positively refused to seo
my husband on any pretexL This morning
Mr. Grant, who has occupied one o tho
upper-story rooms In the house, came here,
ho said, to get soma of his effects. When
he got In the door ho unlatched it.
Her Story of the FlRlit.
"It was evidently a prearranged scheme,
for In a few minutes Mr. Selby walked In
the door and stalked around the- house, pre-tendi-R
to be looking for some of the th.rgs
that belonged to him. I threatened to call
a pellctmnn It ho did not go, and In a little
while he left.
Thij aftirnoon I was seated here in the
drawing-room. I had both jjoors locked, for
I Knew Mr. Selby had secured a key to the
front door while he was here In the morn
ing. About o'clock I heard a terriblo bang
ing at my door.
"My husLand broke open tha door and
came In with another man, who, I under
stand, was A detective. Mr. Selby saw a
small oil painting of himse'f on the mantle
nnd took it down and bca-nn to wrap it up.
I grabbed a whisky decanter. Intending to
break It over the picture and spoil it, but ho
jerked the- plctute away. My hand was bad
ly cut by the breaking gla.
"Mr. Selby then gave me a punch In tho
face. I was wearing glarsen and he knocked
them off my nose, i tried to protect myself,
but my nusband's detective friend pubhed
"I then went to the police alarm bell we
have and rang up the station-house. The
Captain sent two officers down here. They
were only a few minutes too lato to eaten
Mr. Selby, for when ho saw w hat I had done
he ran away."
The Kid s Statement.
Kid McCoy was at his saloon, on Broad
way, this evpning. He told this story of the
nfftay at his house:
"I went Into my house with a friend
whom I wished to be a witness. When I
got in tho room where my wife was I found
a servant girl armed with a pistol. 1 was
wrapping up some property of my own when
my wife came up und attempted to break a
wniiky decanter over my head. As I did
r.ot care to engage In a hand-to-hand fight
with a couple of women I left."
Mrs. Selby denied that there was) any pis
tol In the house. She says sho telephoned
Abraham Hummel, but was told that no
warrant for absault and battery could be
secured until to-morrow. She declared that
she would secure such a warrant as soon
.A(.i:lt IKAIM'V.n HIGH SCHOOL.
Hns C'omviem-eil to Coach the Mem
bers of Foutbnll Tenm.
Arthur Sager, who coached the Washing
ton I tiiverslty football team hist fall, haj
consented to take charge of the Ill-rh
School boys on the gridiron this season. He
commenced his work with them yesterday
afternoon. For a time he will coach tha
boys generally, with a view of finding out
for Mmself Just what position eaeh of them
is fitted for without regard to his likes; or
dislikes. If each of them made the placo
ho wants thero would be nothing but half
backs on the team.
An effort probably will be made to de
velop tn Foster a center ruh. He Is very
heavy and ambitious, although a tritli- slow.
If ,a cmtir could bo coached up to do any
whero near aa good work as John I-amb in
tho position, tho team could be greatly
(strengthened by putting I.amli behind thi
line, as he is many yards tho fastest man
on the team when running through a bunult
with the ball or breaking up interference.
It will be hard to get a center who will look
well In action after the work that was done
In the position la-t fall by the clever and
gritty John. Such exhibition as he give
always rai&o the standard of requirements
in the team. No irdlnarily good man will
stand much chance of being made the point
of attack for all opponents or the High
School footballers this seaon.
The conn st for full back has dwindled
down to Webber and Itandall. It Is too
early In the season to give any Idea as to
which of them will be successful, hut no
matter how It results the disappointed man
is certain of a position on the regular team
Tho place for Webber Is In the line, as he
Is tho most powerful man playing on any
of the lnterJcholastlc teams, and could mako
somo big holei for Ham Daughaday to go
through, besides being able to run fast
enough to do good tackling and brcaklmr
up of Interference. Itandall could handle
the kicking end of the game nicely.
Coach Sager will no doubt give each of
the boys ample opportunity to prove his
worth, and when the first game is started
he can ba depended upon to have the best
team that could possibly be formed from
the material at hand. In other words, the
team that beats Sager"s men will have to
play a star game from the first b'ow of
the whistle to the last.
The candidates for the team will take a.
rest this afternoon, as some of them are
entered In the tennis tournament which
will be played off on the courts of the St.
Louts Athletic Association at 3 o'clock. The
tournament is to decide the tennis cham
pionship of the High School.
George Baker, the old Smith Academy
footballer. Is trying to form another West
End tram such na he had last year. Sev
eral of the '99 players of the organization
have signified their intention of play pie;
again, and at present the prospects for a
team are favorable. Ned Link and Mat
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Hool.an are helping Baker in his effort to
get some of the old-timers started again.
The feeling at the St. Iiuls University
over the chances of the football team !s
very much divided between the pessimlst'c
and th optimistic. Some- of the players
them-elves go so far as to say that they
do r.ot think they will be ablo to beat
the High fechoot team, while others think
that they will play only university games
this fall, as It wou d not bo right for them
to crush the poor little High School bovs.
This Is good. Indeed. It would be sici
sport to see them trying to kill off sadi
men as Webber. Lamb and Randall, all of
whom are every hit as big and strong a3 tha
St. Louis University men. whl e the other
High School lads have plenty of pluck and
bralps to mnke up for what they lack In
weight. In justice to the unlvirslty team.
It nu't be said that Its overconfldct mem
bers are very much In the minority, and the
levelheadedness of the others will mors
, than counteract the foolishness of the few.
siitmTxnrF will h we a chew.
Alton CoIIckc Determines . to Add
KoTrlnsr to Athletic Cnrrlculom.
Shurtleff College will make a new de
parture In athletics this year by forming
a crew. For a number of years
"Old ShurtlefT' has shown her powers on,
the gridiron, and for several seasons in tha
last ten years Pas had ore of the strong
est football asgregatlors la tho Mississippi
Valley. Another football team will be put
Into the field th!s fall which tho friends
and student boy claim, will be the strong
est ever wearing Shurtleff colors.
The proepect for a strong football team
has only encouraged the students to branch,
out In their athletic work, and ths forma
tion of a crack crow will bo ths
next step. Doctor Stanley A. McKay, th
newly elected president of Shurtleff, is m.
strong advocate of athletics, and has ex
pressed himself as heartily In favor of th
immedlato organization of such a team.
Doctor McKay communicated hi Ideas to
a few of the students who wero leaders
In athletics, and the plan at onco received,
a hearty second. Steps wer also takea
to bring the matter to ths official notlco of
tho 8hurtleff Athletic Association, which
control-nil the athletics of ths institution, i
Clifton Bay. four miles above Alton, op-1
posite Clifton Terrace, forma one of tho
finest natural courses In Western waters
for holding regattas. Last year the annual
regatta of the Southwestern Bowing Asso
ciation was held in Clifton Bay. and corns
fine races wtro witnessed. The bay Is
formed by back water from ths Mississippi
Blver nnd the I'lasa Creek, and is protected
from the strong current of ths Mississippi
by the ll'inl Island on ths lower end, and
Silver Island at the upper end. Ths club
house of the llllni Yacht Club of Alton Is
situated on the west shore of Clifton Bay.
and on tho cast shore, opposite. Is ths
Tavern. On account of the favorable situ
ation, the Shurtleff crew will likely pull oft
nil their events in the bay, where they will
also no au tneir training.
It IW FOIl FALST Ct I 1IAIU1E HACE. jf
vent W ill Ho Startnl at 3 F. 3. Sept. JF
(I Draw nt ll!.':0 V. M. Same Date. i
Tho barge raco for the Faust Cup will taks
place next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Captain Mueller of ths Westerns has issued
a notlco to all rowing; cjubs which will par
ticipate In the race, to have a representa
tlvo at the boathouse of the Westerns nt
l'0 p. m. on September 13, to draw for po
sitions. Tho course over which tho race Is to be
rcwed Is the same as that used for tho Lemp
1'iate nnd former Faust Cup races, namely,
from the I end of Arsenal Island to a point
In the river opposite ths Western Rowing;
Club's boathouse, at ths foot of Dorcas
street, a distance of one nnd a half miles.
The start will be made with a- pistol, as la
former years, and not with a flag, as was
drne at tha recent Crevo Coeur regatta
where so many poor starts wero made.
Jacob G. Karl will be referee and starter.
The crews that will compete will be thoss
nf the Nortlt Ends. the Central, SL Louis,
westerns ano century rowing ciups.
There win tie a meeting at the boathouss
of the Moun
City Club at 10 o clock Sun
o complete arrangements for
"up race, wtilch takes placo J
ot be allowed to drao out of
favor as earlv
A number ofl
this sesson as In former years.
he members of the at. louis
itlon are anxious to hare an-
ut for doubles, acd hzra alrealy
beptimber 30 j
tents ror one to oe sianea ou
An entrance fee of II will ba
am. and the money thus receiTed.
will bo ustu
buy two rnzes lor me onusais
,atr Hirer s,esTS.
d.. Sett. 13. Elver 4 1 feet, fal!-
ji is ceco'nirg Ginicuii on m.
i Madron and Louisville and Cln-
Kanawha down Rt 7 a. m. Battle
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fnidnizht. at L.awrenceburg frcm
until 11 to-day. wnen the Indiana
ir ond she bassoi here nt 7 to-ctehc
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h rrounaea iai night. The tau
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0J bushels wheat and nr-reeded
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1-ht. arrived at :L to nicht- Cud-
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Captain Andy Augustine, captains
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lift for I
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