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THE REPUBLIC: MOHDAY. SSL'TEJIBEK 17. 1900.
ORIGIN AND RESULT
OF TiliF HANDiGAPS.
David Waldo Talks Most Interet-
Iv of E. V. Ifoddin, Who Was
the Original llandicapjier.
TURFMEN SCOUTED HIS '"DOPE"
Snch Horsemen as Kd Corrigan
Used to Laugh at the Players
.Who Listened to "What
In a recent d!snrslon. Mr. David Waldo,
the eminent tu-fmnn. owner of rovers! cool
race horses, and father of J at-d W WaLi""
the promising joung riders, save an inter
ested party a history of "handicapping."
that Is. "doping." or florins the probable
winner of a cotr.lns rica Dy a careiui re-
view of time, dl-tar.cc, position ai quar-
te of allies. e!BM. condition of track.
clas of rider and of hores encaced. Ptart '
ad a thousand other things, in speaking
ana a uiui. ...
of handicapping. Mr Waldo said. I
"Nearly everbody nowadijs carries the !
Mor or form heet. which, to a certain
uope. or lunu I . . ,h,
extent, shows how the horses ran In their
previous races, and the try to ns-re oui i
the winner from past performance The
form sheet on the races is like kerplr-s 'tab'
on a faro bank. Old-time faro plavers tell
m that ilore In the early fifties they used
often to see the tl!:er set his tall pulIeJ
out. or the fa-o bink get broke, tut since
the "tab" was Invented who ever heard ot a
faro pame geltlns 'busted'?
"About twelve ears aga when we first
utarted the "A'eM Side Park In ChlcJeo.
Efterwards Carficld Park where Jtm Drown
was klllt-d on the tasl day thej ever raced,
there was no such thing a" a form tl.ttt,
and In those dav.s you could win a bet onco
In awhile. A man by tre name of II V.
Roddln. who was a rnnr.jfacturer of nn!I
day Jewelry, us d to haud.tap the borsas
on their performance, that U the throe
placed horses. W hat s stein he ned or
how he did It I do not know, but I i ave
seen his books, nrd he lud a3 many as a
country bank. He never Ixt more nc- less
than V.0, but that niuvli on ev'v ra.-e. til
matter where thev were rumbv. The
horsemen used to laugh at rre Pir laying
nv attention lo what Iloddin sv.. He.
like all other bandinipeib had one lorse
that was the sure thing cf in; div to
one day he told me a horse ounul by r,u ,
Corrlgan was tne peti mmg oi uiu eaj.
When the race was run I was ttan'imz
with Corrl?an. ard his horse won easily by
Ave or six lengths. 1 smiled ar.d i.r'gan
asked me If I bet on him. 1 s H S:n i.t
6 to L Koddln suid It was the be" ujIls
of the day. Corrlgan said "I sent ;S 0 Into
the rlns to pay the rwse for a pla -e. but
I don't believe the man tot It on ' Corrlgan
nevtr laughtd at me aga.n about Having
"Another time O. W. Poole had a horse
ealled Sieve Jtrone. Mr. King was trail
laz a crlppie called Vexatcr. Both of thn
had been frequent winners, but they haJ
never met in the tame race. So one day
they were both In the same race Uoddin
told me thit they ought to rui' a dead heat-
Jo I plaved the one that was the loncest I
jrlce, which would naturallv be exator.
"Poole and I were standi g on the track '
Just under the Judge's stand when the rai:e
was run. fooie saiu to me. sieve wui.
I said: 'Vexator wln." Poole said "I'll tet
you Ut Steve wins I said 'All right In
a fe seconds up went Vexator's number.
Pocle called Ivoddln 'Old Sure Fop,' and al
waja wanlisl to know Tom me what Huddle-
raid about this race or that race.
"Ionid a boise ci led Mo tpelier. a fair
telling plater, with light we.fi.1t. I had
hlro entered one day in a race and my
trainer advised me to 'scratch," us the burnd
had no chance. I did so When (toddin
came to the track he had Montpeller the
best thing ot the day. I ent rel him back
lor next day. Tne races closej men, aa
they should do low. utter the last race of
the day. I was In about the same kind of
company a! I 'scratched' awa fro.n the
day before. The trainer wanted me to
scratch again, as It was fooll.-h. be said, to
run wnertW did nut have a chance to win.
But I walled to see what Roddin ald So
when ftoidin came out he toll tne Mont
pelier wss the surest winner of the day
"I sot 10 lo 1 ucalnsl him. He won easily.
He told me many a horse's best d.stain.o.
I recollect be told me fcarncst Knee's best
distance was cne and threc-sUti-enths of a
ml e. a distance seldom run In those days.
, About two years afterwards Ernest Kace.
a high-classed race hoise and Ixireiizc
were In a one-and-on. sltucnth-o.'-a-mite
race. Lorenzo won by a head. 'but he had
to clip about rwu seconds from the record
to beat Ernest Itace. and Lorenzo hail thf
best "Jock' up Of all the handleappers I
have known In the last dozen years. Rod
din was the only on, and he was the
ploner. He bet hl.s tlO. no mote, no les
on bis Judgment, no matter what prce. 5.1
to I or 1 to 5 Hodilln was the first man I
ever ssw w ho figured the horses, and as I
tad done him sume 1'ttle favors he usd to
always talk to me about his figures and
show them to me OU-timtr.s. 'Ike Ciirrl
gtn et al.. made a gocd deal cf fun of nie
about paying any at .-ntlon ti what Itidlln
said. How I wou'd laugh back when I
played their own horsts for a good thing
whin they hardly believd they could w n!"
Cnarlis Jonfs, the ce ebrated "caller"
who haj Informed and de.Uhtpd thousinds
by his correct placing of running horses In
their races at the Fair Gr-iimls. his re
ceived i telegram from Jockey T. Burn",
how at Gravesend. staling thar the eenler
had sgned to ride for W C Whitney next
season. Burns's contract with John F
Schorr expires January Ii .Mr Joncisays
hat Burns probibly will never li se"n n
Western tracks again. The severe punish
ment he received In Cillftirnbi for recusing
Jo ride SIv when lie declared s'le wis
lm. causing him to be prohihi'ed from
nding an mounts other than those of hi
own stab'e. has never net very well with
the Jockey Dur'na the early part of the
Mason when he r'-de at the locil trarks he
could have had mounts In every race but
Jor the ban upon hlnv, and tie lost thou
sinds of dollars as a result. This o an
wred him that he decided to quit the
western circuit for gocd and nskd Mr
tscnorr to 'nrt him East This requ st was
I granted. Taltey helnj. lefl in the VVest to
I ride the Schorr hores.
i Boras his btstn rldlig well aealitsl thr
it f"","'m mas. ana haroiy a day piss,s thil
fl-. ?e p,es not put one or more purses to his
It this exodus of Jockeys continues wo
...i .."- vi i. c:tii. ivf snuii:
rapable riders." aa., ihn s nmtf,.n
, at our wits ena to secure
fi. ., ? In Ere'and ai the present time or
t2. n ,po ovpr nrc Sloan. John Relfr,
i"ter Reirr. Smi, M-rgan. Rluby. Maher.
.lii iT1? and Haml-ton. This Is a form d
aeJ,Jt' Rnd " "wt evdence that the
m ifVCan "yle of rldlnS Is now accepted
liE. it ,-u"ret one is tne success or Doys
h Jor.1i.n' R1''v nnd Archie M -Intyre.
Jt5S.'on thls s d of " water, hid but -e
"in,... ISaccnients and fewer w nnlng
S-ounts. Tre nrltl-hers were very slew tb
,.;!!? benlts- from the hort si rrup,
SS?fiin5 sl,,e of rl,,ln"t whe" frsl demon
Si?h S!oaa but II Is s'g-Iflcant t'at
EtirViri,rc'"'10,vn English knights of the
pigskin as Madden nnd Jonrs have adip'ed
iS.i, aniw seat with m irked benefit to
nJJll British trrlnlng method, have also
dl'I!Ir"; a CT"al chinge Tor vears the
raateE? racM ,0 Grent B-ltBln were loiflig
Si r.v,p .to ,he " "'xteenth. with the
t?. "Journey a fast prl"t.
of if. '" r-"erve was Ihe Fng 'sh 'ider's ilea
of 1i, correct way to finis'i Theappeirance
th. on ,h, scp"e was rest) s b'e for
m.. Lc"..nw I" the mthd
-.nine n stance rventi
,jj!'le of riding hc'ng compared to
lee .1 if . K suck ny iuri numo'ist. ow
thf i v " ' for,ard seat, he so-ined hiwed
thi i was a "PabV hcrerra . Ever dm
&.iiVv:r,',Jhe won wlth mounts Ih-it the
StS i ,rjders would have had trouble to
"Jd Inside the monev.
IWr atm nhnn ta-AI A tun K a a- .- l
W1 S5 ?,de' and James McLsu-h'In. her .
y& aXSL. ih ,!lc ongntlirup. Ihe m thod w a
V" IiSTkS d as thp corrett one The shor'-
Tc'i i?oer Jofkeys could not grt moon's and
...! 'va ears tefcre s oan's worth
Th.i 'eVer wa recognized In this cou trv.
gu Sloan originated a sty'e of riding that
?-,me ,0 s'ay. ard now I: Is the era of
laort-leggpd Jockeys, or rlst lon,-lcgRe,l
M. .? ltn Ehort stirrups Sp nc r his
'astUTup Irons so short that his knees are
roiuently on a evel with h's hrad 'pea
thl k awkward and u"comf jrab e In
.?-f..saddle. but be gets the bes' r suits.
w jjjjV" "ie liners almost ro lznnim nnu ne
e. b-Lt .. l "cf, tne wmu ira Biaiiei .a rt-
. m a minimum, folied in nb stir- j
rups he sways with the motion of the
hc-rse, like a cl -oiled piece of macM.icry
Oogge-lt, Tural, Matty Bergen ai:l a,
tew more of the old schaol sit Ijsck 1 the
saddle, bound up anil down when r.dlng a
l.n.sli and excite ridicule and derision b,
tiitlr apparent awkwardness Ti ey are but
st.Iiiom.ien !n the sat die now. for tin y
hav. falhd to keep abreast of ti.e times v.
Jong stirrup is u necessity when riJing
hurdle races and steep ochases. f r. wli n
citnrini; in obstacle, it is nee ary for t le
rider to 'eui back and brace liimseii against '
me Mirrup irons until un-r the Jam.i.
harness hormis at i.eington.
TralncrM l'rrpptnc Tbrlr Clmrftcs tor
111.- Pn.Il .tlvetlUK.
Lexington. Ky. Kept 16. With th-- fall
meeting of the Kentucky Ttottmg Hnrs-Breeders-
Association but little more than
two weeks off. fast work li boglnnlrg to Ik;
the order of ti e day at the Lexington
track but tnueti of !t I? nmrul up, aa
owners and tral-icr.s wb-h to ht-pstabic in
lorii.atluii 'or stable use alone during the
Intern t is beglntilt g to cuiter In tlm
stable of Joe Ilea, who reeontlv airlml
wiUi the hi rses from the ISItui Root S.o-k
barm In Montana. Ilea has a tine lot and
each of the dozen In his string is a good
one. Hi Futurity candidate ! the J-voar-o.d
filly Lady Thisbe, by .Milrol. dam Lit:'
vvllton She Is In n e shape uti-l good
judges pronounce her a gem und the ciual
of her i'am, who hart a record ot 2:ll.
i-raoni; the r-ytar-olds is fireen SI'k. a full
Ulster to riiint Sl'k. the 2- oar-old cham-
' TlOn nf 11, Tll fi..i. irrtla i.r.'.Ar, MttM
Iinpea-hincnt, by I'ro-'lijal Illfctrlx, t also
a e)tl-!ooker. of which Krtat things ar
expected In addition to f:reen Silk 1'ie
other --.ear-olds have f-hown ti' e clas.
..i.t.t .-irui-giuh Iiafe Ml
n., In havlnK tfn that c,lt tlep ltcr
Tiu, vm of J,e TmTt ,,nswtlI h?
breeder of Xancy Hanks, has ben adtiitted
S rote- "e ,e;'r? 1?'s w40w ''""'
farm and all household furn'ture together
with the Eroater part of hl.s stocks and
bend. He. however Itnvts to hU daughter
,1I1! fve,!ly sl"ra of stock In the Ilank
of Louisville a d to his .laueliter Mary
j.o in 4 per cent aovcrnmint bonds.
Ed llinvon. tbe trnlnAr fnr tin. fnmntis
t. . ., ., ... ..7 r.
JValnut Hall Stock Farm, near this clt.
has two vvonierfu' "-j-ar-old-, the produce
ui atoi.o. tr.e premier talllon or the farm.
alabl has vrnrked a mile ccr the Cleveland
track In 2 It'r. nn1 that cro.it filly Ferono.
with a I-j ear-old record of I:IT. feppi
the ilsta ce in like time Iloth are ellcibl
to the Kentucky mturtty. but It is thought
that Ferono will represent the farm In the
great Make Moko has only three of his
get In trainlne. the thlnl being a 3-year-
old that paced a mlie In 23 this sprlne.
Moko has no C-ycar-olds. but there arc
eleven vearlings and sevent-e FUikllmn
15 him at Walnut Hall Dartmore. a chest
nut stallion, by Robert McGregor, has
worked a ir.l!e for IJlnjon In 2:12.
W. L. Spean. thinks be has n good one
ior t.le Futurity and the Stock Farm ptirfe
VX.,ch. slLe ls '"' .Sne rontinues to
Improve In her work and has not tet been
dr ven to trp sp-ed. She has. however,
worked two gocd ml'es. trottlrg the lirit
in IiItHl. and repeating In the same time.
T r -i-ii n i , i , ..
. v cvi.ii ui uaii.i it iirs a line ini u
horr.s In training The lot is headed by
Coun e- Crit. 5. bv (lanibettn Wilkes,
t which has sh.wna ml'e In !!., and a
fcffr "jn lvi Stw Blrt. I hi NuihuW." has
f. tpptd a mile In the sam? notch, and a
half as good as 13 Tnir j-Thne, a fu'l
sister to Chelsea. 2.M1.. has shown a mile
' In ;-l4. and In addbion Mr Ctcil has t-mr
.-jear-olUs which hive stepped Letttr than
ZW. Ot bis 2-jear-o.ds one ha.s been a
mile In 2.-2S,. and there are others almost
a3 prombing It Is probab'o that a por
tion of this stab'o will be campaigned this
fa.! and a strong stuole will be raced next
Clem Beachy lias a promi"Ing candidate
for the Ken.ucky Futurity In hi3 I-year-
,ilil eliesttitit fi.tv- Mapv W lhnrn hiuKc.
I peclliion llose Ltyburn. Shehas trotted ai:
mile for Btachv clo.-o to the tvventv niarK
and has woiked a haif In 1.0X.
To-Dny'M Kluloeli Kntrles.
rirst race, s-vn furlonrs, eel n?.
btmui w w
j lUrne Ss
y iij r d.l Ulo ...
h. Gtic- . ....
M-rie G. Urow i..
rCi.ii Uirv inl
On Hand 1)1
s eonJ race, nvB a d one-half furlo-us. rvrse.
nacher .-I Marela It-tit '2
Athaia 10. Our I.i sT
ama Loul-e ST ltram . .... 1 s
Minion s .'u ,vut.rey 1J7
Tm Lepulng 1. Sm II Jack 1.2
Minn ilj Uiillani lK)trr . .Ill
Trt d rate, one and tne-quaitcr ml.ee, celling.
Fly Tire t 3 halbe Linur 1 ij
Miciotore IcllG lbrt 3f
iJiaj I etge 3 I 7-tzeI ?'.
Tom Glbnore ........: 1 Spruna: Si
Siuitcart 1 J I lly. ot IVnifmT....lj3
Li-rt'an lci I
I ttrth race, uce n.lle. purse:
Rojal Sierilag S7 . Miss Ma- Day 34
Ida Lwlfud ssl Hi-.Nock-Er 19
I fth tac-, six fur.ong"., s-lllng:
Hunsarlaa itu, M" liramble lt
The Lieut I 6 Tom Collins IM
Ull e ljjl liaggle Uavla IW
blxth race, sven furloni:. selling:
Kls-ine l'Jl A me Out.leld 103
Teiraltne lr$ t Joe tKicKnty U4
lettr liuriea H3 I fcweet Cupo.al m
First Race Two Ann e, Marie G. Brown. El
S xnd Race Tony Lepplng. Fma 1 J?ck. Minos.
THud luee Gl.ierl, Zszel, strung.
1'iiLr.h Race ida Leufurd, ltl-Owk-Cr, Royal
1 I tu rare Th Urht. IIHee, Ilunsarlcn.
S xth Race Peter Duryta, fteet upurdl, Jo
To-Dn'. Grnvcaciiil nntrlen.
New 101k. Sept, it Following are the entries
fo- tn-niotrowr at Gravetc-nd:
Fiist race five fuilotiKs:
Telamcn 1., .-Vrvllla
King Ptpper 11.
luandy Smarh ...
Frank Kenny ...
AlHi-itU-s Troll ...
l'nnits. of Mtlros..Ui
i l zatH-tn il-.
Ill1 ltising hjn
handicap, one tail and a six-
link Coat ....
Geld or ...
Gonfa nn .. .
...111) Trigger ...
.. 11 I ,une Gale
TI Inl race, five and
half furlongs, selling:
Fad.e S 101
rtm Golden Prince., m
Snort Boy S3
"u t Right SI
Iti under M
Rls'n- sun SH
An mosity 104
t iav Psdlrn '01
IInry Clay Rye 10'
G W Ill
T-rgal'an 1 2
isac Hoprr 10
1 rank Hall .
Satire . ...
Seabrczzo Selling Stake, one mils
end a sixteenth:
Maror Gllroy ..
..Hi Post Haete
..11 -ineck ejjen ..
..' S I'rf ttld'riutor .
... 1 i
Fifth race, ere mile and seventy yards:
Prince- McCIurg .. ..1 i, licoefcoe
Walt Not 1 4
Vr'iln Con 101
G.neral Mart. Gary.Ft
about six furlong, selling:
. ll Ralston
..10lllji.lv Contrary ...
Tr 1 o
L'erer Karl ..
Ktfin Corig ..
To-Dny's Ilnnlbornc Hnlrlca.
Chicago, Sept, 1C Hawthotne entries for to
rn race. eleven-sUtfentbs of a mll. sclllnir:
ued siKnal itril water riant
Fonda ........ ......1071 Iarar.co .. .....
Gilth Q 1"7 t Hvlo
Lnht Ball 11J Kohn Wreath ...
Bciiml race, three-fourths of a mile:
May Beach ItljFerroIl
HrrnwMO lMIAIIle II
Traredy 1 I Toumey
Grorgle 1 -I
Third race, mile and it sixteenth, selllnr;
Roccola lOUi Fisher
Ijeierder T. di
Inierary T. ..
Tourth rare, oeven-elahths cf a milo, selling
Pam McKeever ....
Uttle Mniter ..
W T. Caton
Ham Lazarus Rsq. 1.4
Fifth race, elefen-iUleentha of a mil
Clay I'oj nter
Frenlble .. ..,
hlxth race, one mile:
Honey Doy 107
The Devil 102
Star Chamber 100
H chland Lad
Mike Sirab .
i-e. cv. n '
F.rt Wane Ind . S pt. lC-fiver thr- thou-
sand l-orses are l.a e for the Hel Ribbon rue
m.e nr. w dch be ns to mo ro. All th" fc!
sttblw at" here from the Grand Circuit a d mot
of he bad g tiers men of ihe cmntty ere r.c- I
I'tereJ at tho hotels, Thlrtetn thou and dollars I
I'tereJ at tho roieis. Tnirtetn thou and dollars I
baa been hutg up in purses. The biggest event J
i. rrettng Is the 2-03 rare on Thu-'iay fer
M r hatiK' stake wltti Itonrle Ii rvc' It.
i. Harry O. It Ic Ii r. . V.i.- T-t
Ertlih W and Tae alall :,k the ill t .ntti .
TT.je ili aImi proW i irf a .p, ral rial, ri rj s
on 1 rMaj btt.fvt.tn 1imm Hititus and 'I he At
IJIO oWUni'.STAKKs KIM I.UtKt) OIT.
Injury lo Itnlljlino lir Iti-cs-lv eil lu
laikt Out Will Cause lti-llremen I.
Xen fork. Sr,.t i0 After all. h mMCil-
i dl-cu-ried sw.epstakes In wlmh Hi!lhi'i
I It v a d Tominj Atkins wire mipiiomi! to
, Unt thilr Ki.ituush Stak.s' liaule over
acatn n.iS di-.i a-tHirnln . Iviry one appre-
j i latoil tne tportsmaniike ottir inane l Mr
Whitney, but now he dl-ei-Viis he had
reckoned wlihout Uv horse. The cut re-
civel In tl.e race look bad was. and v.lll
iu.i'.t4.-ite U'iillmti His'i retnemciit for
-i. . i.ttie tim- lo coin'
What end would ntve Win served, any
vmiv, o fir lis the public- i.s eonceriud. 1.
1 1 1 quite evioent Mr vrd.iu intent Iiave
piuvtsl h.s juuhf.it corrett in lie,bviiK mat
il e-It was itie superior cf Ti itiiuv Attn s
it tin w unt ! d. Sr Mr Ken- mUat
h iVi Iteii able to solace hl.iuilf with 111
kuouK .s. thai Ins horse i, ; me Fiatbua
! a o.ati-h Th pubue would have hal
m iipi"iuii't to pici.1 ue on the opinion
f Mr v lit v as nppo-. i in thai of vouujr
Mr. Keene and that is sill 1he would not
have thiiUfJht that the vUmur was the bet
if Ids yiar ly a lane way. 'lnty know
without looking lc r u. ai.'be.-. or any fin ilier
Iibt on the subji.t. ihat, de--piie Toiu.uy
.iil.it s In It.R n eiira r id eolt 'Hid !. p:t"
the fact that Uallyhoo !' vvt n th- i'u
tutltj Ooriu'iaiHio tou'ts hi ad and shoul
ciirs above either o of them. This lielii
tne rase, a n ite.i wc-without anj ulterlur
brnrtits than the rentirnuulnti of the n,ila
ion of the respective owner' I? iinea'.leJ
fo', and the fact that this i ne has fillon
I throUMh 'Will be regretted by liw.
an 1'riineUen ifiLes.
Pan l'rsnclsco. f"al . spt :6 Th. Sir FVin-ri-io
Jcickiy club lis ,- a.sl a. lift or sill, s
tor 'he comaii: sumr. tor uhah 1 iim aJievl
mc r- Is Kuarani.snl Anions tile itjkes are thu
r.caitnttfr 15 00.111(1 claj h.inai-ap. JTJTi iJd
1 svn fuilorc;', n-iear-i.tli and upcva.ti. en
titii, clufe ii'Vimlr li
Notrmt'er JS-Au'umn Hand ran Jifro SfiJ.
on mite and an emhtn. 3-ear oijp and tii'Wjra-t;
i-nlries e.o Noceioycr I
Ut-etinber 1 tlc-lrt V a. tvalu- Jtil). W,iVi) r,jj
et, cne mi.. 3-vcar-o.cU hnJ upward, entrl.
e i, enr mi..-, nii-vi'ja
, i.ie .Vouaitor 1
iven ! n CMntlllv
tal.M SI f. i n.n a
fit mile an! ph itKnth. hand cap. for Z J ar-cd .ic;
trtnes iu Mi.iiiir i
I Detimier 1 hrislma Hnndlrap. Jltv.l artcl-
ed one tare an! a 'uirtfr, 3ir-o!iis and in-
frr's -i' ic. cl IStiemlxr I
i IlmmNr :J Juvenllsi (TiamoiMi Ptak 11 ail
ala. tl, i-icn tunoecn. 2-31'ir-o.tl- entiles e.o
Nc-en lii-r 1
.1 inuary -' Winter H indlt?ip 3.0.lac!I d rv
Tnll and a auarter. 3-ea- o.ds atwl wpnrJ:
mi ly iIoe Nciffuber 1 I.i
K.tirLarv ; Fcl re Makep. 11..V0 iflt.J cne
J mile anl thr--eHlu i.t. r. 4 j.ir-ol;c anl ujm irds.
K"tiruvr 10 C aIKi rnia tciks. $;. Jft ad1.-d. oi
mile ami an elylith 3 year-old tlllli-s. entiles
clecee November I. 11.V1
Varch i Oilifiirla nrrliy HOco adJcd. o-
trlle and i quarter. 3-year-oIJs; entries clcsa
N einlier 1. l
w n,'-t1 ..ns. "'na";sp. wow aoi,.
"T-rU i:-C.?Xi TrHl'-slaK. fin mw
Jlirrfi jo -i n? Htncllrap. $3 0c adinl. cne
furlorcs. 2 lear-oitf ccltsi an,l f.liD. entries c!o.u
Jftnuarv 15. 1501.
IVCSTKK.NS ItnTAI I'AVrt' CUT.
I Jt. I.ouls II. V. Crerr. tin- Onlr One to
i r,,ni..i u....n i.. rl,,... It nee
TIlf. , ' f ",h. rnll. noK,ni- club
crew to show up for the race, which tiny
brought about through challenging tho
Westerns for the Faust Cup did not hurt
the event in the least, a a crew from the
St Louis Club was "i hand Hi bike up the
race, thty hav.ns challenged the Westerns
Just after the Ce turjs did No other clubs
were entered In tho contest.
A few minutes before t o clock the barges
weie tut into the water ard the crews
paddled down strinm lo the starting point
at the head cf Arstnal Islind. A verv cold
wind was blowing a-Toss the river tiom ibe
northwest, making It hT-d fo uc mi n o
pull aiiyihi. g like u straight ciurse aim Im
possiHe ior them to do fast worn, the coK
binding their muscles up.
Jake Kail sent them eff to a perfect
start, the crews taking the water exactlc
together. The Westerns commenced to gain
as soon as they vere fairly settled In their
stroke, wllch was a very fast one lor l
"sl" to keep up. as they did, csperitlly
rowing up stream. Wh.cn about 5ei vaids
liau uteii -v ci en, nie uuu llliiu'rs 1111U
lergth the btst nf it. The crews contl ued !
to work as if their lives depenled on the re-
suit, but tht St. Louis bova could not make
up the advantage that had been trained In
I the early stages by the Westerns. In fact,
I thty lost water at the mile through bad
i Judgment of their covswatn, who had taken
mem ngnt oeninu ttmr op:sine ts and,
when the sprint started, was torred to turn
out again, losing at Kast two lengths by
Thrie iiundred yards from finishing lire J
the We-ltrns led by fu lv two Ien- hs, bu '
ine gam? puiung oi tne si iiuis club crew
reduced this to ha'f a length of daj light
as the Wes:ern sK craved the line iitnid
the cbeers of several hundred enthusiasts
who lined the banks In front of the boat
house. The time. .12 mlnutrs. JS seconds,
was not bad for s'ueh a cliy The victory
gives the We-ttrn men another hjld en
the Faust cup. whlth they have been win
ning off and on for tiftetn tais
Th Western crew was composed of T. C.
Mueller, bow; F.ugene Hah-nliht. No. :.
Gust Vocrge. No. 3; John Frlctag. No. 1.
Iiouls Helm. No S, Frank Dmmerth.
stroi:c: and Otto ISecker, fox-wain.
The lostrs wtre Ioula L. Joacnim. bow.
Henry Srhmldi. No 2: Joe Dllf, No. S, a
I- Joachim. No. 4. II. langehennlng. No 3.
L Grosjtun, stroke, William Ingils, cox
swain The Western Rowing Club niV- owrs tho
original Faust cup, donattd In 1S4, and has
two claims ot the n-.w one Oae more win
will give therr, permineni po-stsslon of the
Tho next eveit in aauatlc circles will lie
the race or theMiarltni cup. the Wrs eras
having challenged the Mound City Howlig
Club to a race for it. Four ereus v.lii m..,-
the event, which will take piace next Sun-
uaj- aiiernoou at a p. m
Many of the snectators nf the Pait e-m
raco wnitcsl to see the finish of the mvim
ming race that was sch-Juied to fln'sh ut
'he Wcsttrns' boathou'e at S o'clock, but
..- vwiu uiiuijeaeu mtir niuor vvnen the
?immrs did not show in sight at thai
Uljtirae. it developed that rirockman refused K:in. -'crl'-nt chance or nnlshlng
Mart, Oiry .10) to .swim, claiming that the wa er was too ! Rlen"1 ',1w. ,Tnf "a.r" f"' ?w
rough and that he was no: feeling very
ecu mo .io nit' teat cau"e ot tne race
not coming olf Is that Ilroekman would not
put up his live dollars' tntrv fee when he
saw Meyers stripped for at Tim. The Kilter
was very much uIaso ntid. as he lias been
looking foi a snl.imi.iu contest nil summer
and he thought that bis time had come v-s-terday
JOCKHV Cl.I'Il BCATS SPIUNGFIEl.n.
Hllnnls Cullers .Sufcuiiibeil tci M.
I.uiilsuiis, -I!) In ,i .small Mutch.
Half a dozen good fellows of the Spring
field (111.) Golf Club dtopped Into St. Louis
on Saluiday and p.aved tne Jockev Cub a
six man side match at 2i I.o.c t 'ihe iiorio-
ratn won bv the vert mn d m- ,...,.1 ., ,o
J10 ,s ,VP', lNo' a slaS c member of tnu
Sp'lngfleld lub ma. atcd to win. thougn
tu?. Vy JIr-.fahvridan when he had hlj match
"," ' "alio, naru iu,k. uioue uemed linn
Voetcr ITInce. wlio looks very much like
a goller. led the Sprliighe.d team with a
veiy sood score of Isl wnich w.uf exce.le.it
P ay, coiis.dered the incinerated condition
of tho links. Mr. Hachmeiit. r. wi.o his
Just returned from a two weel' golf.n,
t.lp In ll.e North, wai In his very best form
and defeated Doctor Prince, we.l as lie
Thanks to Mr. Rellly's capable work the
Jockey Club was ci.ab.dl to do so well
His defeat or Mr. Roberte was overwhelm
ing. ihe players found 3C holes n good bit of
work as li.e golf season hereabouts lias
baldly opened yet and iC holes play re-
c-"-J. '"c- e"jn-i.i cuiiuiiion. However.
Mr. .Mcurew. who Is aiwajs lit. cou.d m
i e tcA ".""BO! not quite as v.eil have
.ii. ""er paying 3S holes
match play ho tunud In and played two
i ri lc? t i i V "10All,s noies in all.
li """h"'1" piajtrs we e sirenu us In
uciiiui nine tiny itniesented tnelr tiab in
any save an entertainment cnn.i..t,. arrri,...
came down as a committee to Invite t a
- - -. -. w illCll .tJJ llt'eriV
and welcome invltatbm he- cnviee n. ,.,
. ... , uU1.. .. i.oci iu ineir very ncartv
would sea that the St. Louisan. were eii-
teriaincd before, durine una iftur ih
but that the entertainers "during" would b
very different parties from tho.e "bef-ire"
nnaJ"?r.ier' Ye,' lf lhe "durings" are as
gotd fellows and ns companionable ag the
vl'ltlng section.- of Ihe befoie anJ aft r
pnrtles, the Jockty C ub people say they
can very well stand b Ing beaten by theni
which no doubt thev wl I " lnKm"
ine metiai one) niatth scores follow:
G. S. McGrew IJoekev r-inWi its in ..-
beat It. U Reed (Springfield). 30&. " '
John Haehmeister (J cfcey c ub) ITS I
un. beat Doctor J. a. Prince (Springfield),
Llndell Gordon (Jockey Cluh), 137. s up,
h?1 U' ,ir,a,ne7.d ?PrimrflcIJ), 225.
J. H Koehler Jnckcv C'ubi. ;n 2 UD
beat M. Rldgley (Sprlegfle'd), 2TL
a. u. oreMuan iai-cKeV - uh 202. halved
wlth J,r P11111 (Springfield). 203. na,vca
tted Mr Uobe?t, iSnHfi.Mv '' l Up dC"
,eaTea Mr- "0Ders (bpnugfield). 230.
Onr Commercial SIKn Ieiiirlment
Is in charge of competent artists.
tu'j Walnut St.
rtr)!f r TNS.l fiT r n"T"f
UjJ.f, ,1 Jj 5 J I H U J V
5 jJfSth I ii O I AH I iJ
' IlilVk-IUi U 1 nil I u
HSItTSlI riTifrfi ffiTSt
Iff! f I I M "?? HI YjH-N
SVUiJ UiJ-lLn HILlSl
, , ,,,.. tt ,
Old .Nassau 111 Have TO I)t"Vell
. . . , .. . -. '
.'111 AllllOJt I'.Iltirulv eV
I,ot of Forwards.
EUT SHE HAS THE MATERIAL
Harvard Has a Very Promising
Lot of Candidates for Her Team
Nearly All the Old .Men
Are Hack A'rai.
ErmiUC FFHtTAU i-
New York. Sep;. W. Beginnlig tn-inorraw
the football sea-on of IVQ wll ie In fu'.l
the football season of liA) will be In full
I active training, following tbe example of
Vale. I'eniisvlvanla und Columbia.
Jn many respects the seaon Is most fi
vorable for tho training of a first-class
eleven at Princeton. .This Is the general
opirlon nmrng these who have a line on
tho nuf. nlthougn there Is no doubt that
a very Treat loss had been sustained when
tlve cla s of 19W graduated, and took amy
almost jvery man who m among the for
wards. At first It was thought that only
Captal i pell would return; now Palmer
ana 6f Craig will be among the line can-dtJate-
'or another year, and on this ac
count . better aspect has lieen given to
Old Ka .au's chmccs on the gridiron. The
places i acant are: Arthur Poe at right
end. r librand at risht tackle. Captain
"Bill" t. iward.s at right guard. Bo th at
center and Pert Whoe.ir at full back.
There are six cindtJafs for eeiter among
the men now In Prlm-eton Wi brht t.n.i i n.
sey. who were "subs, on the 'Varsity of
1M' Jjurtcoinery, tne lJ-pound end of last
season: M nroe. fushman Brown, Jl04, who
comes from a Virginia academy, and Strat
ton, the freshman center of last autumn.
Brown k- expected lo prove a strung can
didate. He weighs 210 pounds ar.d stems to
have the swing of the football plavir. B.th
WiJght and Losey are provid men, and
either could fill the center po-ltlun ufier
the valuable training of last fall under
L.all.et, when tLcy weio Iih used n the '
' irsity In mutch games.
Wright Is a pplendid fighter and ory
neecs u Hitle mo e sra-iming lo rnauro li to
an especially able rlayer. Loiey wa Liu'er
I'rtiiteton loactung lor th.ee vtrs at
Uawriiiitvjliu Acaiiem anu one vear at
l'ttiiccioii, be hiiB the bul d lor a eerlt-r and
gave Bouth a Laid siiove lur the p.ace uur- i
ing the hist weeks of the lJJ schedule. It j
is cer.a.n liiat the U.geia have mat-rial fr I
a ct.ii.er ai.u b ti.e tune for the als i n.o '
1'rli.ceion ount lo bo fonlncd at ihU
Harvard a football squad will begin woik
' '"nwriuw on auiil.tra Mtlj. and already
i..u loo. ball plajus are in lamuriua.tf lor
tne tuolit.nv nraelire. Ki.lu .-ri.l.e.md
liiivo oceii laid uut on So.u.tr' bleld. to
give Lull,, ot cMwr.uuu for the si.irai
pr.itt.te teai..s. i i.e stmuUn. of gauita tor
ti.e N -ton is a tti.il r.au.
lsibbite. tituu cvacti. will again havn
cbuie of the team. As to the maleilal bo
will nave to train, the p.u?prla arc (in, lit.
The weak .pot .11 the Lam ml! oe ai fcjard.
owti.g to n.e less of uoai und Uiiiutn.
Luu.ttl wi,l be at cttittr with airgtnt eS
li t suoslitute. No ynod guarus aic in
bor ends no one can hop" to displace
Camob il ttnd Ilai.we.I. I'-.nt.iln n.ii.. tvi.l
of tuurst, Le iiaar.tr-i.atr., and fur half
backs iture aie cawiu, ivcr.d.ui ai,u Gier-
asih. 4 lie ouibiok lor the luii buctt Lui-i.
Hon Is veij distouraMiig, but Capta.ii OaiJ
hopes to nil ibis boiu oefoti: many tv.i
f. MIUIS CLLIIM AVKItAGCS.
I'ut Uouovuu's MlcL Work Coiitlnura
Pa Donovan's ccnsUtent work with the
stick is ibe surprise of the season, as far
as the St. Louis club Is concerned. Il has
been several yijrs since the tx-Pirate has
hud a balling averuge of mure than .315.
When he came to St. Louis nobody bioked
for him to bat m-cti over .". When mo
season ."larted ban baiting glim- wtre tiuind,
as he couid not hit a balioou if it were sent
up to suit him. Tl.e bad rpell stuck to him
for fullv a month Many mougut that .to
was done for. and that I rc.s..ltiit HohLson
made a gnat mistake when nt pui chased
lonovan. ile hit ;,o nooilv at one time iriat
! he vvaa iissifeiitd to thy lK-nch and JJonlm
wai still to the Tignt gsrdtn, JJonovan
praelleed tvciy d iy witn the willow vvmle
he was out of ihe cam;, and vvnen Do-niln
wis injur, d he got his old position bacK.
Then he commemtd t get hla bmglci ui
bunches, and It was not long befurt- lie
broke bus way Into the .200 c.a'S. He has
kept up his gtli ever since and has bi.n
one of the most leliab.e stickers on the
McGraw continues to fall off in his stick
work. nu:k;ti tnmaseil hto lead over tii"
Haltlmoreari during tho past Wtvk and vr.ll
no doubt, tlnih ibo season in front. At timi
Jess ls not hitting as hard and of tin as ne
should In the last nineteen games plajtd
Ii St Louis. Lluikett h.t at a .511 gait. As
rooti a the team took the road Jes 'aeak
emd with his .iik and hns just lien bare
ly able to hold ha own. McGraw crept up
rt pig or two during tbe pa.st week and baa
in e.cel,ent chance nf finishing among ihe
liitliv liluul llatclui; Itefortl.
- ?- S.- 3
Wall iee ,
Jones .. .
. 7j Jfi
.. W 7
. fi ri
. 61 222
,. is fl
. 21 !D
. 9 19
. 24 (?)
. 33 !5
. 33 104
SI 2SI .EC
is ti'i .3i;
4) in ,?2i
a s '
Itidlvldnal rielilinir Record.
riaj-era tnd rnsltlons
i c -
E , o
J sjAj I
.112 Mt 17 15 .SSJ
.1)1 1SJ 9 J .12
. O Yi 14 4 5.K
. .V) 12 13 7 ,!7'
. It 212 7 II .!c:2
. 31 3 ST. 3 .:..-,
.110 fOTi S)S 31 .SI2
.1)2 2T, JT.J 41 .si.-
Hi. Ti2 13 2i .S2
. i p.s s a .sir
. 3 13 7 2 .ttfl
.22 'I 79 9 .5-)7
. Ii M 134 27 .'vl
.a n c m s. a
. 21 19 23- 7 7J
.IS 1 21 t .513
liinovan, rf. ...
Iltiilrick, cf. ....
Rotunson, c... .
I ristr. c ...
KelMir. a, 2b...
Walla e. 3b. !....
I '..ni n. cf.. lb....
3b p .
National I.eaa;ue. American League
Clubs. V. I IVt. Clubs. W. I, let.
Rtooklyn ...71 I2 dilcago tl is ,rj
I'tlsouig ...C7 M .W-1 Milwaukee ...77 A .:)
Ih la.telpbla CO 35 ,l2 I d an'p'lls .70 ctl .320
Iko-ton .. . ,on 13 .4.7 IHtri-ll C3 C7 .jli7
f'hl.-ago ....17 ( 4.3 ICirns City 7 7n .iv
Pi UMts ...M fj .4'.". t leveland ...! 72 .4C7
Clncln all ..UI CI 433 1 uRalo 61 7S ,413
New York ..30 7 .427 Minneapolis .54 S3 ,Z3i
No frames were tIavrd. I K
e-. i. t-uaaie s.
ni. o. inciar do is w
Miu'anotls 12- . troit C.
Mil. -!, Lie, eland I-s.
National League I
ft. Louis at Brooklyn. I
l'littiur: at New l'oik. I
Circln. at ITi.I d lahla. I
Cakuro at Dcston. I
naCalo at K. C.
11 ipit at Mm enpolls.
e letvUnd at Milw.uk.
Indianap. at Chlcaeo.
QL'IN AGAI.N CTItS THR RtG.
ThU lime the Promoters of the Xeir
lajnuue Apiie-ur to Have Money.
Balllniore, Md.. Sept. 16. II. D. Qulnn of
Milwaukee, who was one of tho chief pro- 1
nmttni of the new American Association
Uafi ball Jxague that was organized In
'"MiMgo last IMi'uarj. but which failed at
Hie last liioiiiiiit to miteriilize arrived in
Iialtlmi.-e this morning. :i ii.nipauled by
Raltlmo-e this morning. iHii.nipa
,wo " tn'-r v,l iiuk-e' eapltalists.
-"" ? vame time MeGraw a
inson eameover from HroukUn and the day
, 1 as lei i spent In conferenei-s bearing uK)fl
' the subject o' the new baseball Itasa".
tluinti ai.d his frituds had with them cer-
tiltid elictl.s lor a e-nsiderable amount
v.hieh tbe were ready lo put up aa evl-
i deuce ' gnod faith lii the propoitlL.n thev
fubnilttfd to .MtCraw. who j.poke as the
C'wfepujiJ.. C a sooa,y r'"mWr "!
j Just what this proposition Is or how far
I 111,, mil utnuut fn ?hn nnnrkill.tn ln..... l.n
gone, neither McCran i or Qulrm wuuid say
but th-lr iiiaiim r Indicated that an Impor
M?W ,n ,n" "'" "- "
Mr. fjulnn -lid that the promoters of tilt
I K-j.ue d'siriu no publliltv at pn-sent, .iticl
j rattier preiiriecl to be l-ft alone to pursue
j a "tllthii t He said, h.uvivtr, that while
n iijijiu give out uu ueimite plan, hewiulil
state that llu- new ltau- was ,-. lertalnty
and th it suiiirletit capital was assure 1 to
nniki a start In every eitv vv hit ti they had
stlected Haiiiiiiore ulll Is In It m.J Kob
In-! and MeUraw will Iiavo charge of al
fairs in th's ci.j.
This .v.n.ng i meeting of those who will
bo the nag ales in tl.e new league wa
held. There were present li I) yumn and
C S. Havener of Milwaukee Frank Jllch
ter of I'liilai' Iphla. C U is IIo.'lerman o
Halt. more. iepieenting s ime uidivulgist
Eastern eit and Phil IVtir&on, repren-nt-lng
Kach dia losed n certified check for Jj,0j"i i
ns a starlir. and all claimed that they had
nil tin capital ucoltd lo tart the game.
The certified checks were put uo. Tl.e elites
in the circuit are to b Milwaukee. Petroit.
St I.ouls. Chicago, lioston. I'hlladelphia.
lialtlmore and probabiy V. ashlntor
ALTOVS HOV FItOVI D.VII.Li:.
lllel.s's Guuil Ark lit llir lint (he
Feature of Kieltlu Game.
Al'jiti. Ill , svpt 16. The Canvll e. 111., club
that vjn tt-r ciian.pini.iip if the Central
1-aKU-, w is uelca.isi nere to-aay -t srsats-
man's Paik vy the lm.a by the co r cf lo to 9
It was tne rnotl excl. Sti a..u etucbcraiy om
tcstej gane e.e. pU.0 in tuis ity alun ma.,
lit, a ewtar l.rvt.kn tin s.-i, ,ul h iU, bug
U ri me .... .nl lj t . i,.g .iivici of roae.s rc-s-tni,
.: went wild ..aa uc in. t r e crucd
mariy t-ull 1 It!, ks lo I lecta nhcn he arov in
tie- ( i.i, iun. won u sUaii ni; a I,, i,. rig it
.cntu unil . anl ti.e u n ,i ri li rasi.! on
a .Id i.rs it ih- put Tn Fame w s
lliaktil nini ismii. biitlU t anl im all i.il pay
irri en Imili ciat. rf..il ntn sume c.K,t.y r orj
tivutl v.erk In that ke:t th Knie a hi-mw
auair ai,cl the: ciuuil n ewh inta I'epp anil
hi. url2. the tip 1 k p iia rs, w re h.i rat r
fiil, iti-n His counfij. but Ssrvcartz wis
mu.e ki-J, Fliliiai,. out f;.n oi t e .Uita s
ali'l V1 ; i,ul ll.lie I.ee pliers io lirst, wclle
Poi p struck out two an i ntnt avin men tw
biM s tn oaili. Itie ten. trie ii.u. r nir of b:etn.
ta a ausli, okfe. Uimcn a 1 Ilarlsman we.e the
f.atu. s .e,t Min.H, the 1 laes wll nie-t
Iltkv Kare'u p'ck d t am of p-xfcFtlo al. com-
tiO-e4 a f llo 8. l.l il,a , p. t dJ s.ce
r.y. c : UUt Cn os. Ka e nd v o dl -k on
Oie inlie.d Ue,c ei, lle.a. an and ,se hie in
the outflttd rollOAins Is the srote of ttedaj's
Hoj fry, 2b 5 2 l
Alwjit. rf .0 0 0
Kane, rf .. il I)
Wright, lb S I id
Hmri'.'n. cf 4 2 1
Il w n. If. . 5 1 r
wane s :i i i :
Vtei.ul e CD I S
i'opp. p 4 I 0
Totals ....4iles H t
One man out whtn winr.trir n n was scar d.
Alton ., 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 I S-ll
Danv 11? 3 110 10 2 10-9
Farnnl runs Altcn 5 Danville 5. Two-liae
hi s g e 1 WrhtM 1. Wilt r 1 Topp 1. Thrfe.
b re lit sige 1, Steli 1 Ca a-a isn 2. Uom
rrn IV'Wes I O ub e rltys Waltir. Ozee anj
Wilrht I. Os'e ml WrlrM l: G I'fs and Mo-lw
J St u k -ut Ty c-c'wartt :. b Pipp 2. Sto
len l f"- M els. Iifel 2. Anvind 1 Walters
1, !cks 1 Hit bv pitet.d ba'l-liy FeSwa-tz I
Tyfc on lses .Mtr." 8 Part Ml- 7 Iliei on
bals OJT P pp 7, rfr i-crwart-? 2. Tm-1o
bouis and flftrtn tntnjtes Lmplro Ab Warner.
Mllf-.nokee nnil Cletrlnnil Plnved a
ytlwaiihee. Wl . Se"t 1 Ml'fraiik. and
Chwlard pl!t ten to-diy In i dnuble hfadr r.
tne nctn" tram taxine tne iirm came atier a
smpsis of thl-teen Irnlrg.. It was a pitchsrs
tattle, in whl h Reldv excelled. Both teims
pirtcd hrll'l, rtly In ire Held In the recon.1
gmni tlis Mllwiukee. piatd pmrly and gave
the ittors an eav ci-try. s'cor:
Mll'kee .103030910000 13 H 1
Cl--ve 00010IOOODOO lyl 7 4
Fittrr'rs rtflly nnd spn for Mllftaukee;
ITprt and Cllsham for Clec-land. Utrplre Sher
idan. BECOND GA.MC.
Mllvfiukee 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 s s
CirfM-iand 4 2 0 0 il 0 2 a 9 S
Rattcrlrs Dotkllnj aed prs f r Milwaukee;
Rker and Cross for Cleveland. Umf Ire bherl
FV-DIWAFOMS SHUT OUT.
t'atlfrsfiii'if Fine Tirlrllnir, Wcll-Snp-p.irleil.
Won the Gnme.
Cblcagj. Sept. 16 Jnd'ir.apolis rufferecl a shut
out to-,lay owlrg to the fine p tchl g cf Pattcr-r-n
a-d th exeell rt support glien him. The
Iita's bui th d th-l hits to se.1.1 efle t A ro d
wite fem.d lo spell the nvMinr; of the visiters.
Alte dante, CSO. bcore:
CMc-gf 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 6 ..6 S- I
ln"Vtapols 0U0O0O0O 00 1 3
I up .r-Mi I'cnald Pitte-roa and W cd for
Chicago; Qatontr ar.d Ile. aon Ior Indianapolis.
liulley Mnile n Triple In the Ninth
Jfiiies'n lliftne Itun.
Detroit. Mica. Stpt It Oftlng to the cell and
raw weitlv- only aloJI i) per-or nw today
pane. Mitneniio.L wen In Ihe ninth when, with
rno out and Uoon bases, Babey won his own
g.ir.e l)j rnak hk a tnp.r Tne feature was
.miisf i ome mi The oehilLg of both teaitif
teal goed. ion 1 1 rt g tne weather ana tiie ruuiTa
fie d l g. Autn,..nie, Kv. Ss.0 e:
I..t.-olt 0 011000103 S'c)
Mil neopolls 0 2 0 e 0 o i) 0 2 4 12 1
I n i lie I wjer F Ick and Sha- tr lietiilt.
lall.y ami i-.ehtr for A.l.infaptlt..
lllflils l.tlfk.) ut M. Cluirles.
St Clurlts, Mo, hepc 15 The game or bise
b...l le s lo-ciaj r sui.ed iti a vivairj- fir fie
1 1 1.1- by a wore r to 4 VV.th If iltuiru h.
tie acl L'niv K Krtnan d ctaicil a nail fair ibit
v.s i ,...1 otly loui. .lv ng the vl.ltosf a com
tni.di t, .cd. The .to.e:
n. it. e.
.t. Charles 0 110 0 2 0 0 01)) 3
Di.l N oioiociooft a i i
Iviinsn Citj Ilefeuleil llnffnlu.
Ka. si. Cty, Mo, ts-pl 1 Kansas o y took
a k e fiou ouilaki in t..e mua. rweiwm mas
f,il n.ini .il i.r ikiriun tlim ihls lu ....!. -i
sn exeeiliui name una received good suivoit.
AlteiiUJtee. &al. ticute.
It II. R
K.inaf cit 00200201 j n a
IIUKaa 0VU0O02O T 2 7 1
lotteries: Kansas Cit Lee and McManus.
IlLiilo Kerwui aad bttuck. L'mpiio Can
Decnttir Won the l'riintint.
isaiur. ill.. ei I 1;. Decatur won the pen
nant of lhe Cfnt.al lue. lu t!ie sr.es of
..it haii.e fr, t,.tf ci.eiiii natitp I ecu. win
tl ani liljoitiit.v n l gamers. t,.e aeosna v.ita
eu it-t lh.s fieii.yijn atel ti.e Kami was win I r
lievtur in the tfitn inn 1.7 t captain kvrt
niuiviHtE a iioinii iun 'tne st-om:
R IL E.
Decatur . D 24000310 1 n 14 S
111 luoiilist 11 .0 z 1 4 1 t l 11 0 1 .'J 13 3
lititri I' atur, Jarvls and Radger. Ikoesn
InRion. iiriiarKin ami no I at,.
tiie atii.i,iuiM.e tiiioUnh ti.e eea3on In DAatar
haa l-eil ea.lrl cctory. if a Mo- k coalltenv Is
not oikanuei ttitit ls one busiaess niaa w 10
i.ns ais.ttii m pal up In i icniy to orgauue ana
maintain a uatu In tne CtntrsI Lcagua.
Muberl) !), Mneun 4.
Molsil. Mo. epi. 15. Mobetly defeated Ma
con lo-iiu). Vvlih tne score alkud.ng 4 to 0 tn
1.1.1 r in a.acon iu 11,9 nUih intunn. the hute
leatil IcslltU ot a vltloty clon etas lovlnue
unul t.,e uiii. wi,en tne !iro.n n t him hara
am oitr-n. Caaahau lo aloueii pitcaed an t
cel.ent fame, keeping tne I4ca acattertd. Mjre:
Mobcrly 0 0 0 0 0 4 13 1-a !i
M. con 0 0 0 0 0 01 9
Iuiti1ef Moberly, C'ahahin and Ilelnio,er,
Maton, tiiOMai anu Cawtno.ne.
Dlels VIctorloiiN nt St. Charlea.
Tie U.els of St. Louis defeated the St, Cliarlea
IIiohi ?i saiiaat al M. ha.I s. Mo., liv Kare
f.f 8 to 4 111- aan.c wa v.ry ei tire unul cie
moth Inning, whin the DLld landed .n iojo'i
curves for six run. Tue toLwi.ix U tae avu,e
bv inn.i.ts: '
rt. Cnarue 0 1 10 0 2 0 0 0-i '
Litis 0 1010000 S-S 1
1o-ijau nn cujton I. Urtny 1, Fischer L
Roiue runs caiiton 1, Ki.cl.er L
Reporters llcnl the Ilrcwers.
At League I'a. k ye&le.dav the ItrMiner. fat
th liteweta in ine imal i,ame 01 ti.e .erics n
tne seoie of u to IS. it w..a a klugIng laatth
fitm the outlet to the tinlsh. Tie brewers nsd 1
Ine beit of tue Ulumer,t till Ilia last maing. I
wl.en the scillies pul.ed themii.It.s together -and l
hm.iitd like slake haites. Ckipper v. nte did
bis utn.o 1 1 lote tne nme to. tne Keporleis.
lie orcpi-td two nica in left nid. after ne had
Uen tamped lor sevcial eeconaa. The 11119
ru)s ve.e cetly and ini-iieai..ti-ly alter tae
f,iui be naf tti.tn ins tl dsV notlte of re
leAxe. Oear y.iiki pitet eu in Kood form for tho
ctlnters lie was m-iatay supported, but
Mueit to 01a i. ifini tj.
lliioroncK IU, JiITt-raon Clljr 3.
Te Bt rotef of St. L.u a defeated the Jef-
itrson City baseball teaia at tea btaia capital
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jeflerJ.y b) 111 scr.re ot n to 3. The features
I th i It b ng ft t a r il v. a Used h s p-
pintni bat ne nt liat'trl liozoora. car
lo I ard Furling, Jell ison clt), S.tber, Laily
Crneat Itocbcr Wltm IlnrU M retelling
New York. Sept, IS. William Ro-ber.
brother of Crnest Ro.-ber, to-day received
the following cabegram:
"Dcsjetate wrtst.e. Victory. 0'vn would
not continue. EHaKST. "
It is cv.dent from this message t.i..t Roij
br has r. pair.nl the world's cnampi in-a!),
which he lest to Reck ulstn at Madl.-on
Ml -a re Gardm last spring.
Roeber has been after t e Dane ever since
his tit feat, trying to force him to give a
nmrn m.ilcli. He followed O.svn to Ku
rope, ard in a rtcmt efter, ic tied Iron
him, said he succeeded ln getting Ihe blj
Dane to agree to a match, bui that the cjii
d.tlons called for Kuebtr to thiow his jp
poi ent Inside of thirty minutes or lose the
It is evident from the cablegram thit O'
5n was unable to Ma d the grueling
which Itotber was giving him, nd w.s
forced to quit before the limit had been
The match was decided In Copenhagen.
Denmark, where Olsen resiues. Ihe big
Dane hud been regarded as invincib.a by
When Roeber followed htm to h'9 own
home ln quest of a return match, they wcro
letjounded at his temerity, i.ut when ol
sen quibbled over It. practically rt-fu i g
Roebtr the chance to get back nts title, tha
admirers of Olsen began to suspect that
their massive Idol feared the Ameiljan. It
was this, the thought of hl.s fe.oAS thit
olsen was afraid. wh,ch induced him to ,
givu Roeber another match.
Msroutah III , S. pt. 15. The Marl-n'ttes of
Si. Ijuis wefe defeated a second tlaie hcia to
Gay, tcore. 10 to &.
Globes Korfcltctl a Gnme.
Qulney, 111 Sept IS. The game to-day between
the yti ncv Reserves ard St, Loais Globta was
eten to ciulne) by a score of s to 0, the 'clobea
having 111 die lie a j, . .
citii Ihlr train The score flood I lo I when
tan came was stopped.
PURSUED WAKED MAN.
Delirious Patient Ran
Streets of Newark.
New York, Sept. 15. A crowd of eiclted
citizens sprinted after a naked man through
lhe streets of Newark In a driving rain
etorm early this morning. The fugitive ran
like a dter nnd v.'n.s distune ug his pursuers
when headed nfT by u ptdistrian who ap
peared ln frant of him. A llerce strugg.o
look place before the man was ever- 1
jKicrt-d. He was Charles lirown, 23 years
Id, t.f No. IM I'acifle strctt a patient at I
tt. ii..rnanns Hospital, wnere ne nail betn
iltllrious and unmanageable some Iiaurs be
fore. In the earlv dawn when attendant was
tailed avvaj. Rrown Jumped on a table and
dived through a window, taking the sash
with h.m. He landed on tre stune ll)or'ng,
fifteen feet belnw, but apparently was n
hurt, and began his race through ibe
When taken back lf the Institution Rrown
was a rav Ing maniac. Tin v put him In a
strait Jrn.1 it. Three hours later he died of
Iinan and Alsclmler Club Formed
RCPl'RLIC SPECI VL
Chleago. HI., Sept. W. Worklnginen rep
resenting some fifty labor unions of Chicago
and from thirty-one wards of the city met '
vesterday afternoon at CigarmnKen, 11.11,
No. 13$ Madison .s.reet, and orgai iz d the
llryan and Aischuler Worklngmen's Club of
Cli cago and Cook Co'unty. 1
Urcat enthusiasm prevalb-d. The speak-
ers deciarnl. as a rule, taat the defeat of
McKlnley and linos, v It would b a -torn-'
plished iiy tlio labor vo e of the ent re cou.i- '
try. It will bu part of tne mis ton ui the r
club lo prom'te nia.s meetings fur wn.k ng- I
men. more especially the vo.ers in the rank I
and file of the 31.01 0 m"mber3 of tiaries I
unions and laliar orgaiil'ziilons ln Cook
County. ' I
WAY FORWARD MORE TROOPS.
Soldiers From South Africa to Go
London. Sept. 17, 4 a. ni. In connection
with the prediction by Sir Robert Hart that
there will bt further ho.sillitb-s iu China In
November, tha As-ocla.ed Pies under
stand; that the British Government Is al
ready t-onsideniig the transfer of trojpf
fio:n South Africa to India ln order to
make it practicable to send more ilntisii
troops to China.
The military authorities consider the war
In South Africa so far endisl that tho troops
may now be safely moved.
Jlurllngtrin's Xctt II ranch llpenctl. I
Denver, C01O., Sept. IS. The first train
over lh new bran, h of the liu.lirgton r ad
from this city to Iieadwo d, D.. Itft this
city at ll-'J to-night. The Hist Iran fro.n
the north wl I complete Its Journey of 433
mile's at IliO to-m.rrow night. Th.s new
route lo tho Black Hll s country ts a mast
due nerth of Denver, the nia.11 line 01 the
Rurllncton being left bthli.d at Brusfe.
Colo. Then the load leads across Eattcrn
Col mdo and Western Nebraska and Into
tbe Black UUls.
Leave M. Loilt.
6:3 a m.
. 12:01 noon.
9: ) ) p m.
. 11:31 p.m.
7:15 a in.
SIXTH and COVE
.. E'ralll. taitmrnza-fiMrE-lliiBlfe. Diini
. n. ti l:. ). m. aal j ti ; a. n. Sjtiaii. 5 I! .tlr.
iab!lhed practice l-c IS3. 5 hack nllmtun:
ir.i.! Vfti, . ntf HIl.TTifn
Vrrrnnx. Iltnoit. Icln anil IMn... m. ..
Il'liilll), I,,t 1IK li mil. t , piodacng nr
itruabi-i,esj or ti(nrais t r tual.re o rn.irria
1 aKilSCfl oTidi L- Co.uulutlon I'r.t at Office
1J MJT or bf v'alL
jt. gw Separate W Itl-g- oera for
urn l,i nanta, in'onania. 1 pin im ur nwrt
-j ..- .. a .. - t ( I it, t sw K" i .w
616 Chestnut S.. St. Louis, tyo.
The RELIABLE Specia isL
CUrn prt.att- and chronic ills
Lf-b 1 tv I,st v icor bftnlnal
rakr5. JMght Ucrs". Ltevl I
tJlinB Uram Earl Dca. Va
ricocele acd all riaults o eros
of outh or excesiBfs In Uter
yeirs prmanntiy curd Urt
ijry Oi-a-9 Gl-ft. btrlrturx.
lniaturai IHeharcH 'and all
ilra-ii of Kidners anl ItUJIVr.
-mn lijcoal I'oI-.n. alt ruges. MpJtJve curiM
ihaig low Out-of-toivn pitir"ri t eitej
irall. lico ar.il Our , ion Listf 01 Spec al HI
ent Fret? fvn&uiutinn Free. Call wr urtie. Hoar,
) a. ro. is S p m. Sundaa 20 to 12 m
HAD DOCTOR'S RUGGT William Flan
agan. a teamster 11 w g at No. Ull Lew!
street, was arrested yesterday by Olllce
Daugherty in an alley in the rear of N
-Jfi Howard stutt. He had ln his posses
s on a hcrse and storm buggy belonging t
Doctor William Reilly of No. 1713 Gambl
street. Flanagan was locked up ai.d a war
rant will be applied fcr this morning.
RLAZB IN A LAUNDRY A Are causin'
damage to the extent of !. originate
Suluruny night In the one-story brick build
ing, Nos. Slieiw'j; Cass Avenue, occupied b.
the Modern L.au dry Company, an t thenct
spral to the udjolnlng building No. 2KT
tc. upled by T. Dau as a furniture store
The loss In both buildings Is covered by in
HIS NAME IS MILKSHAKE-Jlm Jlllk
shake and WLI Llbard, two negroes livin
at No. S10 North Twelfth street, li id .
mlxup at bai address yesterday afternoo:
which resulted In Milkshake le.e.ving a b
cut on the brad with a water pitcher. Bo!'
bei:igertii;s landtd quickly lurdnd the bar
of the Fifth Dlcinct Fo! ceS.a.ion. Sundr:
cans of beer and remarks about M iksnakt'
name started the ilghL
NOT AN INFT.RNAI.. MACHINE-1
package was forward's! to Chief Campbt'
ye.-ttnJav from the First District Station
which was supposed to co tain enploslvcs
of some ort. The bundle had been fount,
ln the gutter In front of No. THS Soutr
Ilroaoway by Ken Anderson, a negro, whe
he was on his way to work. t:ainlnatIoi
proved, however, that the package oniv,
contained some dry batteries, such as an
used lu telephones.
PASSED BOGUS CHECKS-A man who
gave the name of LMwnid Fuller, and salt
he was an emp.oje of tho trans. 1 co npan.
passed a worthless check late Siturdav
evening on Hubert S. Ames, a grocer, or
No. 19.'! Olive street. The check called for
HI. Fuller was given ti in cash and ?
worth of groceries, and was told to return
fcr tbe balance. A short time later Ames
dlscovertfl that the check wis bogus a r
reported the matter to the police. Fulle
was not found.
NEW OFFICERS FOR COMPANY C
The rcMgnnt'on of Captain Adolph Mark:
of t' e Ilr inch Gu3ro". Co-rpany C. FLst
Missouri Reg.mrnt. w..s! accep ed at a met
Ing held Saturday nljht and the following
new officers were cucled: Former Firs,
Lieutenant J. W. Gerhird. Capt'lri. former
Sect-nil Leuterant C. C. Ce t. Fust Lieu
tenant: former Sergeant H. C. Stemmeycr
Second L.eti enant The company niw ha
an enio lment of fifty-live men and expects
to !ncrae Its joier to sovenly-fivo with,
the n.ar future.
KRUGER MAY DEPART.
Permission Granted the Koor T're
ident to Proceed to Europe.
Lisbon. Sept. 15 (Saturdaj) The Portu-guri-e
Government has telegraphed to til
Governor of Mozambique, authorizing th
departure of Mr. Kruger for Europe.
The Governor, hoaever, must sutisf)
himself that Mr Krugtr ls rea 1 polng tc
Euro-re. M. arwhlle he is Instructed .0 ick
HOLLAND OFFERS WUIMIIP
The Hague. Srpt. IS. The Government o'
the Netherlands lias telegraphed to Ln
rtnzo Mnrqu z offenng a Dutch warshl.
to bring Mr. Kruger to Holland.
Sixty-Five Thousand Rounds of
IJotT Ammunition Taken.
Cape Town. Sept. 16. The military author
Ities have taketi over the Netherlands Rail
way. General MarDonaJd. operating In tb
northeast corner of 0-an,e Coa.ny, com
pelted the Doers to make basty liight Iron,
the Vet River. He capture 1 JJ 'wagons .
quantity of cattle and sto es and nix t -fit
thousand rounds of rifle- ammunition.
LOOK AT OUR
KARUN BROS. I
H. E. Cor. Six ft cni St. Chifles. I
IN THE CITY.