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THE -REPTT.LTO: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 3.JUU.
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noth'np lfr Ui.ry h x H guarar.icr'l. tlj ty
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William MXi. t '. IVu, 5 r.evpbn i. dim anj
ilejer Biua. IVls Cu.. -Ajsats. St. I uls. lie.
Kr.-,i:i)VAnv moii m:v.ETr.
JlrtlntirH fried "I'oul," lni Ucferct
lliil lt i-c It Tlint Va.
Wljppllntr. W. Va.. Stpi. 2i. To-nlshi. le
fore the -.IclrorolUan Athletic Club, EOdle
Kennedy and Jatk Bennett ol Tittsburg
fouglit at HO pounds I'ctore a crowd that
filial th Auditorium. The flrst round 'sras
lively, aud Hcnmtt'i cleverness wjs shown
At the oientnfr of the second round Ken
nedy was clearly worried, Bennett continu
ing his rlever work and dolnp same hlt
tlnc. a' well. They came together jiear the
tope?, and Kennedy n ached for Itennett
and threw him from him with force. Ilen
Jiott whirled around and Mruek tho Uior
with Kret forcu on his ! ad and was count
It was not a Mow that did the work, but a
swlnjr Rtound the neck. There were cries
if "Foui:" hut Keft.rce Gavin divided Ken-ju-dv
The winner was challenzeil bv Mike Iifn
ovt. Mjsterlous Hilly Smith, 1'oung 1'eter
Jackson and i'rank Colljer.
H.M.rOTT VMIIJ'I'KI) 1IIM.V J.-!!!-!!.
.Mjterlini lnr AA'im Outpointed All
1 liniusli ninl V ot Uru liimr.
llr'fi.rd. conn. Sept. II Joe Wolcott
and '.Mysterious" Billy Smith fought at tho
Coliseum to-night, the fight heln; scheduled
for twenty rounds. At even- stajre of tho
Hqht W.tlrntt proved himself to be Smith's
i-perlor. lie fought him all qver the ring,
lamlinq at will.
At the end of the ninth round. Prnlth had
reteiveil j-o much f vcre punishment that
ho complained of his left hand belnir bail
and wanted to quit. Johnnie White of New
York, the referee, refund to allow him to
do eo. and In the tenth round Walcott went
at Smith hemmer nnd tonjfs, administering
terrific rlijht and left swings to the stomach
Smith, who had fought foul In some of
the earlier rounds, r.allzlntr that he wan
no match for Walcott, dellLerately fouled
him by holding, whereupon he was dis
qualified and s-ent to hi? corner by the
referee and W3leott wa declared the win
ner. cfii uM)nn" iim.v itnvTK.v,
I)ne llnrrj Kii.icl.eil Him Jloivn.
Tilce and AVuu In Mr Itoimd.
Milwuul.ee, Wis., Sept. 21. Emil Sanchez.
the "Cuban wonder." and Dave Barry of
Chlcapo fought tlx excltlnz rounds before
tho New- Badger AtfcHlc Club to-nlxht. the
decision poinr to Barry, who knocked hH
man dov.n twice during th. mill. The flsht
was In Turner Hall.
jiau jmli. at iiawtiiokm:.
Jockey llnrlinnan'i Lr terrely
llrulned Kl!c AIs Injured.
Chicago, Sept. 2i. A bad tplll occurred
in tlie lait rac-;. Dad Steel, ridden by
"Jilmore. Ml as the hor-es were pas.-dn? the
adilo. k on the tirst time around and Lady
ileddlesorae. ridden by Buchanan and Cat
astrophe, with Klley up, fell over him.
Kiley's collar bon wai broken and Itu
chanan's leg severely bruised. Gilmoro was
unhurt and the horses escaped with tri
Iti-ull nt I'f.rt Krlc
ri.ffalo, N Y. Sept. -4 ravorit and loi.ir
nlots had a mrrv tu.aie at Fort Erie this aft.r
iiovin. ljince Plauslbta was a we 11-fiupportM rl
iblic 'Weather clear. Track slow. Tiu utn
xisTlea: Flret rac, six furlongs Minnie B. won; Tj'rLa,
Kcrnd: Wlver 5artr. third. Tim. l:le.
t'teond race, nvo furlonfts Claud- Walton won;
Commuter, second: Warranted, third. Time, i:SI.
Tiiird race, one ralle Alfred Varcrave v.on;
Zft nov.fr. seeond. Oicutt. third. Tim. 1:44.
Fourth race, flve and a half furlong Ala
won; The Jade, ct-cosd. Ilea Stic DauL third.
F.fth rac-. FMn furlorut" Tiemhea4 wont
Alex, second: Oel Dnxiks, tsird Tlnn, las'.
Sixth race, sir and a half furlonm lprinc
riauslbT vn,n. Cad Haul, eecond. K W.. third.
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W, J, BAKER MADE
A GREAT FINISH.
H-iu-.v" !n aiul-Ouli'i- ('jjiiie From
NowIm-iv :mtl K:ui Over His
IVI.l iu Last I'ifly I'Yct.
MASTER MARINER'S CLASS.
l'A-i Jloi.-e Showed His ('aimili;:n
Form and IkOinped in IJefoiv
M:irt;ie Davis Duelist
a (loot! Colt.
It w i-s Iuiiic-sdiot day at Klnloch jetir
di. IivuMes won the llrst two races.
Then a M-to-l, n 20-to-I, a 7-tu-.. and a
20-to 1 shot won the next four iventa
W. J. Baker, ridden by Hon ell. won the
fi-ituro of the card. Mr. Baker had to
knock down thrco horses to win by a nose,
bi.t he did It. lie shoved Doublet out of
his way, ran Loving Cup across the track
and trained four lengths in tho last ten.
Twelve lengths out it looked as If Doublet
h.i ; it won. Baker was nowhere to be sctn.
Suddenly he burst through between living
Cup and Doublet, hit ihe latter In the quar
ter as ho edged through, made a frantic
leap and won by a head. His price was 13
to L. Doublet, at the samo odds, was sec
ond; Loving Cup. at seven, was third. The
IJht, at twos, llilee, at twe-s. and l"rank
Boil, at threes, ran one. two, three, last.
The thrco outsiders srot the moiey. the
fav orltes the dust.
Baker was In great form. He always ?tin3
well when at IS to 1, and when ho stands
on his car when hid jockey attc-npts to
mount him. lie did both jes-terday. The
start ra. much in favor of Doublet, and
that clever placer miner. Doctor Street, al
most won a purse and a barrel of money.
Indeed, bad not Cobum been looking at
Loving Cup, who wa.s beaten, and had he
not faibd to se Baker, Doublet would
have won. for he was not all out by any
meana Baker came so faM and so hard that
lie surprised every one.
Mtddleome ran a great race In thn fifth
event, ill tine form showed that Howell's
ride on his last time out was not good.
Under tho excellent nding of Boland, Mr.
Bratton'a good horse ran away with tho
race. Ho was o2 well, ran fast, and when
he tire-d Boland helped him much better
than Cochran or Howell ever did. Jim
V. was backed lor a good thing, and r.m
fairly well. He was backed from SJ :o C.
wiiu'h took a lot of money.
Master .Mariner showed his Canadian form
when he galloped in th- fourth r..c. Mag
gie Uavh waa an odds-on shot, and It
seemed as If thj race ivas over. Master
Mariner opened at twenties and was backed
to tens, lie lairly romped inome, oy ouus
tho best horte in the race. The odis were?
false, but at that the looks did rot take
much money on him. Magglo DavN and
Nd Wick both ran go.id ries. Tom Col
lins does not seem to like the Klnljch bill
in the lack streteh.
Inuendo was ver lucky to win at SI to I,
cvin 11 FelK Drowning picked her to do so.
Had not Henry of Frantzmar been bumped
at every turn, cut off at every' Jump and
Anally badly ridden la the stretch, he would
have wem in a g-allop. Cubutn g.tve him a
very bad ride. Tc boy st ems to be an
Ill-Judge of pace. He let Nan Dora set a
hlJw pace and laid back. The race was run
Just to suit 1'rantzmar and he should have
won. Domlnkk choked El Coney trying to
rate him in this race, Zazel, Jim Conway
and Fox Bard all ran poor race? owing to
bumping and sourness.
Kit Chinn's Duelist proved himself a very
fine colt by winning hi rate in a walk-trot-and-canter
class style. He appears to
be the best I-j ear-old at the track. Isobel
and I'osart, two contenders, got the wort
of a bad start, but Duelist was too pood for
any of thom. I'aul Snow.who owns Eugenia,
S.. felt that he was in hard luck when
Sam Charles bid up his littlu mare when
she won tho first ra-e. Kugonla has been
trying hard to win for sK month. Final
1 she landed. It coat Mr. Snow $IC to
win. for his mare w.is bid to Wt. while
the value of the purse was ?3"0. Mr.
Snow felt aggrieved, for he said that the
"boo-t" camo too late. He avers that the
Judge3 had sold him his mare after the
race when Mr. Charles edged In with bis
bid and felt Injured because he thought the
Judges opened the saN again to gl.'e Mr.
Charles a chance to bid his filly up. But
the "boost" went and Mr. Snow lost money
by Eugenia's win. The summaries:
First rac or.e. ar.d oniqrj,rter mile Huse
rd s.. lei o t hran). 7 to 2. vion, Howrnor Itojd,
lul (LVbeira). S to 1. Fre.n1. I'lrar del Bin, ill
tlSass!nr). 2 to 1. third. Ttm. S.fS1 Joe .lam
lnaH, Grey For. I'Bjvnwa, bound bense,
ltamlro 11. Gomez and Kodak also ran.
feeeund race, tour and a hlf furltu g& Duelist
2(K (Il4astn;er), even, won: .'mill Jarlc. 1'6
(DomlnlcM. ! to l. sfe.TiO. Edna Oteeue, li&
lictiurn). la to I, mini T'rr.e. ji4. i..l.el. Pos
Kart. Orleans. Mis Aubrey, Donna liell and Lj
njir nlno ran.
TMrd racv, pellinc. o-e an.1 a rruirter mll
Inu-ndo. 1"1 (B Matiiewsi, ji to 1. wn; Nan
lora Ml .CeKhran). Si x-t 1. iH-ond: ilenrr n
rnntsamar 101 (Cturn). to 1, thir! Tirnt,
I'.'l'-j. .Cizel. i:i Ca.ny. Uriiigeton, Tex llard an J
Jim CoiiUdy alo ran
l'"-urlli race, three-quarters at a mil. Mt.r
Marlrer. S I MtUiew) S to 1. won. Marble
Iiavls. IS CJ. Waldeti, 4 to 5, ju-rond: NV-1 Wickrt.
t.-. t-eullj i. 1 to 1. third. Time. l.ic,. Kln
tlfl, Tom Collin and Al HtoKs also ra.i
llith rac. one mil-Meddlesr.me. 101 iloIand),
C to 1, w-n, .Jlen Jakc. 1"0 tltonell) x to .,
econd; Jua W , Ml illapsinfren. 7 to'? third
Tirre, J:41,. IVter Iiurjea. Capren. Icra CiS-mor-
and Alvln W. alo rKiv
Ktxth rare, eix furlonRH W. J. Hiker 197
(Howell). IS to 1. won. lx.ul.let. d'oliurn), 1.1
lo 1. fecond; LovIn elp. MJ in. Mat u-wm 1
to 1. third Time 1.11';. Th
ght. l,llre and
lnnk It'll also ran.
To-llaj'x Klnloch i:n(rl-s,
Flrrt rat, one mile:
ts DalsadJ 14, fl riv Ilrs 1-rt
I'rt I.nrdan P'JI JZ7 Mavaenl i3
71 h-allie Uinwr ..J-.2 31 !-lvUn ......... KJ
H Mr. Itrookwud.l 9 I "7 W aluin 15
S rjlrrr--op ". I tuS lo Noster ....MJ
72 MGnoshan sfl I 1 liesaie Bwing.l(C
Record race, five furlonirs:
7i Km I'reeman.ifl.l i a Mini, n W4
.. Mi"s Gcllgmly.!.3 ll Glen llov ...'.Ae
1"7 Ail.ara lull .. Apnollcma W
"J JJerrlinan Int (sj) i -Jr id j,
(31) BMIe cf Klin. ?: .. l-ojatx . I'd
M U1I S-rks .... 3ji jj ilrs Gramon":
Tfilrd race. on, and one-sixteenth milts:
J- nay j H Sutllmlty SI
Mjk-i.. s :!
f3 lo l'r V7
..' !lK-hesi VI... 1H
l9 Isaac l.'l
6! I'apt. eilnes.
9 Huntress V.
1'ourth race, six furlongs:
K Dorallre li 73 On Hand
i-ti . Tjivn'-i e,ay ...iu
1-s ue-en Ann4 ...103
1) Harry links ...lr)
IK l.'lsle Barnes... vu
Fifth race, ono mile:
Ts t-'tuttcirt HI
1 if Miss 1irtta ...104
71 Kltlv Clr.l I'M
I'-J Colette, l)'Or....lt
Ul Jim Turner .... K
HI Klnteia in:
.. Nullah S4
7 Two Annie.
SI May Dine ...
7") 'Whisper !.-
Ivi Mitt lto.ikln
.S Onrr,l.rt ...
Filth race, six furlongs
Id Mlns liramWe..l,j'j
SI Ulaer SI
3"7 Urd Gillork W
o Ileal 1
lei Kitln Coat S!
Irt Old Fox HI
SO Vlcle Vanre ....Wt
100 Li Manet tta ..111
" Aunt Man WJ
IIS Kew Wlces....lii
.. Dajiam.jcr Hi
First race Mr. llrookncod, Hessie Uwing, Sal
SWsinJ race Merriman. Our I.i.v. Athara
Third raee Buchess VI, Wald-efc. ll.aiuall
Fo-jrth race Colonel Gay, Ttvo AcnU May
dine. rifth rare Kitty Clyde, Amelia Strathmore,
Sixth race Satin Coat, Curd Gil-ock. Darla
moor. KII.LASHA.MJKAS I'AKKVIM.i:.
Cnnie Willi n Bush and oeil Out
New York, Sept. 21. Favorite players
again found little consolation at Gravesend
to-dny. Only two were in front at the finish
Criterion, at odds on. in the first, and Star
Bright In the fourth. Tho racing wan spirit
ed, however, and, as it was a perfect fall
day, a good-size-d Monday crowd enjov ed the
sport. The Parkville Handicap was the only
fixture, but a high-class field faced the
starter, and they figured eo c!oe together
at the weiqhts that ever one of tho nine
had a following. Bockton Was tho nominal
favorite at the end. To a good start. Con
tester went out to make the running, and,
closely attended by Modrine, show til tho
way to tho stretch. Bockton headed the bal
ance of the field. As they straightened out
for home Contestor shook Modrine off. but
did not have enough left t stall off Killa
shandra's rush, and tho latter won by a
length, Contestor lasting long enough to
beat Bockton a neck for tho place. The summaries-First
race, five furlongs Criterion. 115 iSpen
ccr;. 2 fa u asa 3 ta v. jtcb: Br&u- gauss, v.i
i! W ril n . ,.) o 1 a. 1 . i 1, ' 'a
v ... le.Uui.-J. II to & al d 1 I) J. Iliad. 1 '""
i ' 4 .. A.-n-.. Biiimi-. braia. Jem;. Jlasnm
'it- t and lrden also i.in
- euid ra'-e. me nub a'd tirty ard---T - in
ilallanl li ill.nr ). i to 1 and ,u ' " "
Kmnl.lnnU. JJ, .'I..cue), 4 to 1 and s to .
mnd A-gulih. 1 r; (Turn.rl. fi lo 1 al - ' '
1. tMnl Thr. I-4jI-1. Mr ili.oMJ. W till- ". I '-.'
i".ur. lTlmss ntcl.n. First Whip and WliuilioK
'in alse. ran.
Vhlrd rac- larkillle Hanilleap. alwut six fur
I rn- Killafliuiicii.i 117 iTurnert. t lo : and J
to j, won. 0'Utetr. ill McJont. 7 to 1 and
i to z. K-ou.l. Ko ktuii. 1JI (.'onnur 7 !; !
BJd c to 6. third, rtior. INU elold e)r. Hod
rlrie, ltesuer. Suio.c. Ilell t,f lxlntan aud
Vuk-atii alo ran. .....
Fourth race, mile and an elhth Star ltrlabt,
HJ. KMonil, k to J aiid i to !. on: IV. anler.
11 (Turner). 4 to I ami to 5. iwihukI: Iivonlu
lit lturn. to 1 ard J I. third. Tune.
1-3 '. ... "Svnf.ilon. louro. Walt Tlot and K n
tu. ky aire ran. ' , . ...
FHIh rare flvi fnrli nc-Fannte JJaud. IN
(V.-Joynti. 7 to 1 md i to i. wn. Maria Bol
ton, lie lit Wllilau'i. e) m I and M to 1. f
ond: Nonpirell. It) tTur-) U to 1 and i Id
1 third. Tim... l ; -. .-p't. Julia Ilinuxr,
Itraant Pall. Marpuret HoSuian. orlenta. Me..i
lia. Ividy liHvman. Uinta.-. 1.'j'er. Anna I'tr
llnT. ljs.nximle f.u .e.iisti (.irdner rJtr'i ran
Sixth r.oe. mile and a lxlei th Itawroe HI
(T. Iturti") 1 ti I and ein. ''i. Itiml lo. s
o.annn). 7 to and io ' c on.j. Mi-m ll.ni
i.ur, XH 1.1 laoii). I lo 1 .m.l v lo .. third. Tim.'
1 47 IS. Aleik.. Anno), Wtrt ltadea and lsUl.J
lYmie al'O ran.
WATKIt I'LAVT AT i:TICI Ml OIIDS.
Kirl ll:m iIioiik- Winner Was ((iiiiteil
lit J".r( lo One.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Water I'lant won the
flist race at Hawthorne to-day Willi odds
of J to 1 against her. There was but little
money placed on the mare, and the book
makers reajied a harvest, as there was a
heavy play on Fondo, who ran third, and
Audle. who finished in the ruck. The sum
marits: First race. ix mrl- ns Water Plant. 1 3
(.evl). 40 to 1. wtr: If Voo laie. i.G (Wmkll.IJ).
11 to t (-. nd F.n.l . 106 illuehman). ? to z,
third. Time. 1:13',. Wink. The HuicImt Audte,
Hampehlre. I-lMir.cJ. Harry 1'llllam. WoodMlell
and llrate's Queen nlo ran.
Svon.l race, th turiotuta MInven. I'"1 (Bueh
ananl. to r. wen; Mitten. tM W. Kllry), 10 to
1 econd, Dmmi It., 13 iTalI . S to 1 third.
Time i:is. Uoli 1,-ittle. Jvan 0'Ke.r. llrownio
Andersen. Ventta. Zaza, Area. Ilelle ef tho
aim. Lady Cunon and llarle Orendorf alfo rat.
Third race. steepas?hae. short cou-se Frond.
1M (A. Jjikson). 4 to 5, won; Mr. Dunlsp. i:
.MONlej), 5 to z, tecor.d. l.i't F.llow, 115 '.
iwrai z 10 i. tmra. Time, z.ui. easie aiso
ran. Manrhle :ell.
I"ourtb race, flvq and 1 half f-i-!nnes Frl !ol'n.
11 iJ. Martin), lo to fi. w n. Kohnwrr tti, HI
(J T. WootWi. 13 t j 5 scciiol. I,l l).-sir.is. 110
illochaneni 15 to i thlr.I. limp. 1 u.1 Jtonme
H.illle. I'hros., Hatt.raiK'k Natural Hi i. n.-'t
Dream. Pirt Wine, n irantlie. Glove and Nellie
I'ort also ran.
fifth rare, one nil Speclrlc. 105 iTalley).
IS to Z, won: love's LaNmr, 101 lOHlmore). 9 to
3 reennd: Kxn. IUis 11.) iJ Martin). 1 to 2,
thlr.1 Time. 1 -41.. Hadwat.r rlnlahed Srt; dis.
iualltie.l for foul Arthur Ik Ran. Norford. Cho
rus Hoy, llottent 't and Aseti alo ran.
Fixth rsro nnle an 1 a sixteenth rellinc
Hood's Irrteaite. 9i (Tallev). ( In !, won; lllch
land IjuI. 1 3 (V.tnlnVI!) 11 f-l, eernl, I-uk-nur,
lis: ilwln). 1. to 1. third. Time 14;.
What Next. ansr-onhe. fad Steele and Etta
al.-o ran. Idy ll-ddle.ime Ml
linn tluirni j;ntrles.
l'irst r-icr. wien furlonir.s-
Allrt B Deney 1)0 , AMmtt ln2
Fairy X'rtne ........ W
Cast Anchor ...... l'
Uttle Tim W
llumett's Walkaway W
Pe-eond rare, sUlnf? rtx furloncs:
I.. T O.itm 107'.lnk T.Ping ....... ..J"
Jim C're II 1"7 I Mae-lirrn .....lo:
l.oyalett-1 1"7 Juke. Weber M3
I.ucHe ilramlde..... .W7 Taiw Irishman M
FaJtoro Iw7 ftrownle Anderson h)3
ljtth Key :7 I(.tile U H'3
Tl'inl race, five aid a half furlongs:
WIM I'lrate 1!S , Iianitrrllne 110
Jimir.rz in Howes I'S
Tvr Ill Kazan ins
H..r,menck II ' Handy Man l'
Mlurlan II" I Tenry H lie VI
Barbara M 110'MI-s Troubadour... 87
l-ourili rare, seven furlonga:
I'arrto Davis ..
lreludlre ...... Wl
n i-viv in
lirlupur 1' 1
scarlet IMr I"J
Siren rtjnc luS
n:th race, mile and a ouartcr:
lla-r lu;Admctus .
ilol l:!oi.r Nllio ..
l-andl'Macs; HT picola
Tianish W4 Topmast
I'ay uie i-uuirr mil
K xth race, frelllnir. nnl and seventy vardo:
TreU-r l'),Iii.t B.osom 1"I
1-kt Garrett .l; iMilaxsn -..!
liaumiir I j Hold lt 1"'
lfano-i Mil l',ii.I s
l...m.jn.l l-;l I., ul-.ltla 7
Uu-Ie Abb.......... .U3 I Iieponan ....til
ST. M'l.I'IOi: AVVs Hi: WILY 1'LAYHII.
l'irst Winner lit Windsor Gao the
Talent u Good Mart.
Detroit. Mich., Sept. CI. FavoritM nr.d
second choices had an even thing of It nt
Windsor to-day. i$t. Solplcc ivaa a heavily
played good thing in tho opening event and
le.r.d.'d Iho aone in clever style. Atten
dr.i ce large, and weather line. The sum
FIrt race, relling. one and cre-elghth mile
St- Sulpice. li (lt.K-er), 3 to fi, won. Charley Bs
t's. Ks (Aker). z te- 1. second; Lo.'h Fn. 1-3
HolK?rtson). S to 1. third. Tine. 1.JC'.-. batla
wood and Joim 11. Poerr also ran.
ec.nd race, feiu-iir. five and one-half fur
loncs Kigai ity. Iil3 Nelson), 11 to , wor. L-i-ly
Kent. SI ' Murphy) 3 to 1. c.ond; Hey b..l i
zar. 102 iBobertMn). 5 to 1, third. Time. 1 'A ,.
Tamirlon. Anntgone e'refner. ltn Iost, DaUa,
Gavotte and sunoll also ran.
Third race, wUimr. live furlones The Cv
fnantcr. 104 OleQuale), Z to 1. won; Qulbo. 1 I
il'artn), 13 to 1, s"-n.i; The liroize Dnrn, 1"T
IL.ncni. z to i. vair.i Aim.-. i.ir.i. itus'ni.
bvln Mayer, I'ino Chip. Ferraunt and Hilly
Hovles ale.! ran.
Fourtl race. Rellinr. cno mil Handlcarper. M
(Uobertwn). 4 to 6. inn: Old Miite, 101 (Aken.
to l. resiml; Sir Fltxhugh. IjO ili-iker). 3 to z.
third. Time, 1 ,. Jsie Jart-. bli-erttse-ment.
Marion l.incli, Crussinolina and e.'hari-y
s-hane also ran.
Filth race, selling, sir an 1 one-half rurbigs
Bar! Fonso. lot lAken, 4 to 1, won; liur.i C. G,
V! (Wonderli). 1: to I, se-ond; Mine ICedwool,
1 '7 (Itoss). even. Hi M. Tim. 1:21. Tr tubaline,
Tl' Tory, Iouter-vWve 1 and Triune also ran.
Mxth rat.-, selllnr. r-ne ralle and twenty arlJ
Olive Ord.r. 9Z (W, nlri). e to 5, wm. ."hanton
1"3 iMtOuadr), 7 lo l. second, l'rinoe y.mo. l )i
(Aker;, S U S. thii.i Time. 1.IL Mtgs, lot.ie
Chandler and Kocklnchum aleo ran.
mim:i CAitu at M'iti.:i'ii:i.n.
Ills' CroTvtl Snvv n Good I'mgrniiiim- n
it Ili'iivy TrneL.
Bi:pi nuc spkcial
Sprlngtlcld. 111., Sept. 21. The race meet
at the State Iiir Grounds openeil on a
slow track, owing to the heavy rain of
Saturday night. The classes on to-day" d
card were slow, but the linls-hcs wero excit
ing in each event
Kittle Bowtrs took the 2 30 pace, after
som-i driving llnisies. The light for second
money was b' twi'c ) Joe Mack anl laltlia,
inch getting a bt-eond and third place, ufter
finishing at the rear of the bunch In tho
first heat. The siimmnrles:
Z.30 trot Punliea-n, won; Henna Medium, sr
ond. Doodler, third. :Jaru, Ada l:rnal. Hrtvl.
l'rince Nero. Jo tltelmr. Newmarket, Walter
lilll and bhelim-5 atso ran. Hest tilw-. 2:2Ji;.
Z:30 pare Kitty l')wers won; Jo Mark, ser
erol. I1I1. Uilnl. Nordn, Ton K.. ll'ren. o
onwar.1. Iacm-r Mesrovlteand Lnc-da Boy also
ran. I)et time, 2.1:1.
one mil, runnim: -MalJMone. wn: Elwin. eer.
md. Ballot I'., th rd. Time. 1.IM Thomas
Cary. MaroUette. Kid Mci'oy M-ddieenmo Ml9.
In The S.-.im and JJanquo 11 also ran.
Tlac-fourths mile running George IL Ketrh
uni. won: Cricket Hurk. p-cond; Ooctor Jones
thiid Tlni-. l-.livi. Cake Walt.. Iiax! H., Mor
ris Wolf. Colonel Galvln, Truo I'll and 1'rairie
Kins Iso ran.
iiAWTiioitxi: lvo.v Tin: i"utcuity.
Inyl.irtl l'llly Tinil; flu' I'ort AVnsiie
IVixturc in blralglit Heats.
Terro Haute. Ind.. Sept, 21. Threatening
weather cut the a. tendance of the first d.iy
of the Terre II.-i.to races down to a low
figure, but the rain did not come after all.
and every race wis finished, the last heat
of the 2.J0 pace being raced in semid.irk
ness. Hawthorne was picked to win the
Kentucky Stork Finn Futurity and did not
disapjioint his backers, taking the money
iu straight beats. In the 2:16 class pacing,
Ladoga Bo and Daisy J., who hnd been
picked to win, wero left at the wire by
2.15 class paelns Ir.e. won; Daley J , $eecrd;
J.ksIo J. third Sml. Ladoga, llarl fchlts-t.
Theress Wlltes, tzttt. sui-m. Clrsie. Frank;
McKlnney. Cuba anl llughey v. also ran. llest
Kentucky Suxk Fami ruturity Hawthorne,
won. Man- I' Iiburn. second. Ailathena, third.
Green Silk also ran Hest time. 2JS'4.
2:2 das... trottlnr e'riio. won, Iidy Thlslw,
recond: Little Helen, third. SprinKdaie. Major
ilrer, l'o-to BKo and Hammard also rsn. Ueit
time. 2 Lie..
2:30 class, paring--I.adv AH Ith;ht. won; IHcj.
recond. J.n Cu.ler thi'rd Jotuinl I'.. nator
nliey, Commutatior and Waiver al. ran. Best
wali:s i:(i-.ci:s toij m.o.w.
Amrrlrnu Jnrkey Will .Hide for Ilns
litml's Brlnrc ext lear.
ljndon, Sept. 21. As a culmination of Iho
ascendancy of American Jockeys, It ia an
nounced to-day that the l'rinco of Wales
has engaged Tod Sloan, at a large retainer,
Many horse owners who have hitherto
hesitated to desert the home talent will
doubtless follow tho rojal lead.
AMCHICAX JUCKinS IX FK.ixcn.
Cash Sloan Won, it $l,OOi I'ur-e nua
ItiKliy I.nndeil One- Worth $2,()(l.
I'aris, Sept. 23. At the first International
meeting jestcrday at Maison's Uiffltte
"Casli"' Sloan won the Handicap de la
Tamiz. 20.OW fran's, over a course of l,Si.J
meters, on ITinee J. Mtirat's Diction.
The I'rix de la Manche. 10.WJ francs, over
a coursu of 1oj meters, was won by Blgby.
the American Jockey, ou ilme. ileaier"a
FI Oilente Pis
III IlroHt.o...... Iu2
WON FOR ST. LOUIS
Hit 'aiut in tliu Sevcntli Iniiin,
Wlit'it Wallace Was on
BATTLE BETWEEN PITCHERS.
Cy Voniijcand Kube Waddell Wcru
tlif I'riucipaJs anjl Tlioy Were
I'.olh in (Jood Form No
CI. I'll ST.tMHVC
Tilled. Won. iat. P
, - ...
I lltcaKO .... ....
New jur;. ,
Ft. IMlla 1. lllta. 0.
l'hlla. S. llroe-kln 6.
I Ucstoa 11. New York 11
Chi. ago at St. Iyula. JNe-w York at Boston,
l'hlla. at HrookliTi. 1
Dan McGann did to Pittsburg what Hans
Wagner did lo St. Louis the day proviou.i.
It was Daniel's terrific swat In the seventh
Inning that gavo St, Louis a victory over
the scrappy Piratical aggregation. It en
abled Boderick Wallace to cryi the rubber
vvitii the only tally xnado by cither team in
tlvs, nine innings.
The game waj a pitchers battle from the
outset to the llnNli. Young nnd Waddeli
were on tho rubber. They handed up the
best that they potsesed all through tho
game. Ilich team made four hit? and ore
error. In 10 of the 17 turns at bat tho
sides were retired in one, two, three order.
Blngies were at a premium. Tho outs in
iuojiI lnstance-s were made on easy ground
ers or pop ilyd to the infield.
Tho tvvirlers did all (ho work themae'ves.
Their shoots) were unhlttable, and had not
i:iv made a bobble of Wallace's grounder In
the seventh, the t'-ama might have played
Into darkness without scoring a run.
Only two of the Pirates managed to reach
second base. In tho second Inning Williams
Mogled to center and stole second. He wa.s
left, ns Zlmmer, who followed, was an easy
vlctlm. Waddeli walloped the sphcro for a
dopblo In Ihe third, but McCreery an 1
Beaumont allowed llin Bubeiets to die on
tho sack. Only two of the Cardinals man
ngi'd to beat thsir way as far as the tecond
tushion, and one of them scored. But seven
men all told wero left on the bags.
Young has not shown so much speed for
some time, but the Pirates say that he had
Just as many fast ones when they beat him
last week. That might be. but Ilig Cynn
vertaiiily had tho ambitious young men
from tho Smoky City guessing ye.-terday.
They hit under hbj Jump ball every time,
and sent it up hi the air to one of tho
guards of tho inner works, loung s control
was perfect. He was in the hole several
times, but steadied down on the Inst ball
and pitched himself out.
Wliile Young dll wonders. Waddeli wm
jut aa good. Bubo had all of ills crazy-quilt
euives, uiul ids control was something won
derful, as he made his wide bend-rs split
the plate every time. He fanned McGraw
iu the third inning, and would have tried
a somerault nfter accomplishing the teat
had not Illy attracted his attention just at
that time. Bube did his best to annex hid
own game bv putting his mark on a ball
In the third and sending it to the right-field
bleachers. He had i:o ambiance, and he died
on the cushions.
Donovan, the first msn up In the seventh
inning, fell an easy victim to ill. Wallaco
then picked off a nice one. and slash, d It
towards short. Illy, going to one side, got It
on a short bound, but did not close his
hand-) quiek enough, and the bull got away
from him. The official scorer charges Illy
with an error, but he could have plven
Wallace a single without goln; out of
bounds, as the ball was hard hit. Kiester
trle.1 ham. tint one nr tils roms went n inlm
I igh, and Zimmer waa camped under it In '
ir. nt 01 me prcs3 not. lietorc tno cnier
could turn around and make the throw
v all.tce had reached second. Then McGann
stiTped to the plate, with hi3 large willow.
He swiped at the sphere hard the first time
and nearly broke his back, for ho missed a
mile. He was more successful the next
time, as tho ball left his stick and split
tho air, traveling fast toward left. Wallaco
had a ,,iod start, and registered, although
M.'Cr. . 1 j . with a perfect throw from de. p
left, came near nabbing him at tho rubber.
(Tiger swatted the leather a murdering
II k. and It went fast toward the bulletin
board, but McCreery arrived at the spot in
time to catch It, How he got there nobo'Iy
. i.n tell, ns he was clo-e to tho foul line
when Louis stepped to the plate. This was
the only time In the game that either
team appeared tlancerous.
The same was one of the fastest ever
played in St. I-ouis. The olliclal time for
the r.Ine innings was an hour and twenty
live minutes. Thcro was no delay nt any
stage. The plajers lost no time coming
from nnd going to their positions on the
lli-ld. and as soon as on man was out an
other was ready to step Into the battel's
box. Thn tho pitchers worked fast all tho
time. They laid the ball over nine times
out of ten, and they did not 11 vertigo more
than three balln to a man. Tho score:
b-Graw. 3b ... .... 4
Burk.tt. If . .... ..... .. 4
I'.l.lrlik. cf - .... 3
lionovan, rf ..
Wallace, s ..,
Krliter. 21. ...
loLTK. p .
inch, 20 ....
W HKiier, rf ..
O'llrlen, lb ..
Zlmmer, c ...
Kly. s ....,
Waddeli, p ..
Totals . 0 4 13 1
Hi. Louis .......0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1
Pittsburg "0000000 6 0
Two-bar hits Waddeli 1. Kocrtflca hits Mc
Gann 1. iUolfn basw? Williams 1. Mruck out
In W'a.IiMl I. by Voune 2. Time One hour and
twenty-tlvo minute. Umpire O'Day. Attendan.ee.
l'lllLADHLI'llIA 1. IlltOOKI.YX ;.
(Inakers Sliiughtere.l Ihe Champions
in Ihe i'venlli, U liming Cleverly.
llrocklyn. Sett. SI I'hilad. Irhia won to-daj's
came from Brooklyn bv bunching two triples
and a brace of singles with a couple of errors in
tl-e revenlh. Fli. k auppling a three-baiwrr with
tho bases full. The fielding of Monte Cross am
the ba'e runnirir of Mleeknrd. nlio scored twho
f-om e.cond -n Intletl outs, were the features.
MrFarl-nd was reranvr.1 from tlio came for
kicking Attendance. z.C"0. rcore:
HiIladelpMi. I Uroe-klin
AH.HOA.K.1 . AB.H.O.A.E.
Tliomas. rf 4 3 2 0 o 1 Jones. cr....s 1
ui.,i,. if., .s a L 0 Oi Keller. rf...a 2
m-1'aiity. lb.l 112 1 o!ssh.k.-u-u. If.
I.-l Jole," Zb..a ; 4. 0 Kellyy. lb. 3
.0..1. rf -.1000 1 iTross. 3b.4
MrFarl'd. c5 1 2 1 0, Dahlen. S...3
lKClass, c.O 11 0 0 0 Ilemont, 2b. I
Wol'tea. Jb.t 2 0 11 Farrcll. C....I
M Cro-i", s..4 t 1 & 0 McGlnnity.p 3
otth, p 1 1 1 2 Ol Jennings ...I
Totals.. ... 11 27 17 1
Total.' S 2T S 3
Uatied for McClnnlty In ninth.
Philadelphia S J f ! S J 5 ; K
l.rooklyn - 1 , ' ,s
irarne d runs Philadelphia 3. llrooklyn S. Three.
I-iKo hits-Flick 1. Wolverton 1. Jennlaes 1. Two
I a-e hits Del -banty I. Sneckar.1 1. Demont L
I'.rst base on errors Philadelphia 1. Ilrookln 1.
l.ft on lmses-I'hlladelrhia S. brookin 6. htruck
out-Ify MrGlnr.ity 1. by Orth I. totolcn lases
Thomas 1. La Jole 1. M. Cross 1. Orth 1. Heeler
1. Bases on balls-Oft MrGlnnitv 4. off Orth 3.
- it by pitched ball liy McGlnnlty 2. Time Two
hours and twelve minutes. Umpire Burst.
j. HI. O. A. V.
0 0 o 2 0
" 3 o (.
o 1 - n .,
3 0 tf o .,
3 1 0 I S 0
S O S I a
Z 0 I 13 o 1
3 " . 4 2 u
... 3 V 0 0 t i)
ss 1 1 :; i 1
ah. I", in. o. a. j:.
4 0 .1 2 o 1)
..... i 0 i) n o
... 4 1 o f. 0
3 A 0 0 0 0
. .......... 3 0 1". 1 0
... ...... 3 1 2 3
.1 0 II 3 o )
...r. 3 0 12 3 1
... ........ 3 0 1 V C 0
HOSTOX 11, X11W YOltlC II.
Tl- Game Was Called In the Seventh
Inning on Account of Darkness.
Boston. Mass.. Sspt. 2L Boston and New York
plaved a tlo camo to-day. the KarDe"Vlr.g called
M u.3 czi ii ta stYviU Uis (a a;sot i
1 in nP-s jtr iw 1 i"ft iK and r r ti I J.rg n"i-ked
w. r . of I., ill I. an ! 1 . n i 1 ut rut '(
in.- earn, lit the stcint lnniiu f. r 1 cln,. SI r r
taking l.w jiUir.-. Iloston trl. .1 a lu iv nii'i 1"
i. ad th.- t.nt. Connor of Hrt 1. . r H. di 1 11 t
luako 14 er Ksl imiri-essl-.it i.( tk-n i. v 1 .1
lhr..ws ...id li.ttni; two pa- ed LjUt. Attendant .
v. , V...I
Ham!ltnn.rf 3 2 2
IxaiK. s i 3 1
I's.rry If... .3 S 1)
T. nnv. ll. ..r. n t
All It.O A K
VIIVli. if 4 I Z l 0
H.II.B h. If J ! I 4 U
lltikmati, 3b.S .1 Z 1 0
Ivnuird rt.t Z Z o t
llulle. II... ..3 2 0 I
lavls. s ....1 0 i o
ll'r'r . 3 8 2 3 0
utlin. 3b . 2
I.-.we. 2I 4
t'onnor. c... x
IWI4 1 1
1 lire in. c. .. I a I I
j 1 'arrt.-k. p . i 0 u I I
1 ss-vmuur. p..l loon
Tavlur. p... I 1 o M I
I'minirer, p 3
.i.iceii .....I V 1 U u ,
Total ... 33 12 a e j
Tolali ....4) 12I II 6
Katte.1 ftr Conner In seventh
Hatted for Itttlnaer In seventh.
Hosion 7 1 2 2 0 a t-ll
N.w York 2 a 3 1 ti 1 M
Karnd runs-Ki,ton 4. N-w Y.wk 2. Tw.t-ba-.v'
Int Hamilton I iinjt 1. Harr ), Hickman 1
Is yie 1. Three ba-e hit- Harry 1. Horn" runs
Iyng 1 Sjtolen base). Me-e"r 1. First m 1IN
iirf la-wls ; off l'lttlnxer 1. off Carrie 1 eff
sVjmour 1. .IT Taj-or 1. Hit bv j.a.h.d IjiHs
llernanl 1. Htruck out Ity Uevtls 2. by l'lttinger
2. by Taji.r 3 i-awied ball- -l'. in..r 2. Wild
pltrhes 8emour 1 Time Two bourn un.l forty
luinutes. Umpire Snyder.
11 i.i:n.i.r."lTsAxi :o5Mi.
Four 1!a mi n ( -m )!( u( Lciigin' I'lirk
i eslerilaj President Ilrush Tnll.s.
President John T. Bru'h came over from
Cincinnati jtsterday. He says that has. -hall
han nothing to do with his being hrre.
However, lie closeted hltiiecil with President
Dreyfus of the Pittsburg club and Messrs.
Edward C. Becker and Stanley Itoblsun in
the lattcr".s private olllcc at la-ague l'ark
jestcrday afternoon, and the meeting lasted
two hours. It broke up jut as the Is I
founded at the outset of the game. 'Iho
worthy magnates the-n removed themelv.
to tho president's box und vle'wed the
"'There is very littlo to say about base
ball," remarked Mr. Brush to a reporter,
who had nerve enough to break his way
into the ball-and-striko conversation. "V. o
have had hard luek in Cincinnati ail sea
son. Only seldom was tho team intact. The
retirement of Mcl'hee has been a great lots.
and that faet cannot bo denied. We thi iswit
wo were fortified against atcident. as Iheie
were plenty of plajers on the b-nch when
the season started, of course tin- snowr-;
of the team has been a great disanpjiat-
"There is alsr.Iutely nothing in this state
ment about .Mr. Tebe-au being elected to
manage Cincinnati r.ext season. 1 do not
know whtro the -tory cune from. I hav
not met Mr. Tebeau for s. vcral months. I
have not taken th- National As-aieiatlon se
riously. It ioeiks to me as if the sain" ol 1
crowd was doing the organizing. J fill to
! vvheie the- monty is coming from to
ftart a new Ieaguj with. Five thousant
dollars is not a drop In the bucket when it
comes to starting a ball club. It might
tal.u that much to land one star plajer. I
am in favor of giving the Plavers' Protect
ive Asso-.-lation 11 hearing at the next league
mi cling, it would be interesting to hear
what they projiose to do 10 better tho
Before tho gome vesterdav President
Dreyfus was confident that Pittsburg would
win the pennant. While Barney has al
ways taken a roseate view of his team. h.
?..:- particularly sweet em its. thane of
capturing the Hag before it was "tron"
down by the Cardinals. He would not say
what he thought afterwards. "Now !r
the Hr-l time this jear I am willing to bo
quote! as saying that tho Urates will win
the pennant." remarked tho fan magnate
as Bube Waddeli was knockin-: holes 111 the
buckstop in his warming-up exerel-3.
"There are so many complications In base
ball that I war. afraid to predict the result
"I knew we had a good team and was al
ways sure we would land in a good position.
When we returned from our Eastern trip I
was toiitideui that we had a good chance,
but I am sure of the Hag now that tho
hampions have lost thrio to New York.
Brooklyn is on tho run. Hanlon's team has
six gam.s this week with Philadelphia and
Boston away from home, and jou can bt
it will not win all of them. The showing of
tho 1 hampions agaln-t New- York makes
mo think that they will b lucky to win
the majority. With the exrentlon of Frl
Clarke, our team is in first-class shape, j
rim win iw i.ace in tno gam" vv edne&iiuy,
so we will have ail our positions will tilled
10 m.tKe tne nnisli light, Pittsburg will lead
in the National league race by next Satur
day. Tho game our boys are putting up at
pret-ent and the ragged artlcio that is hand
ed out by the Brooklyn is sUrt. to land ns
o't top by Saturday. After we cat.-h Brook
bn the champions will go to pieces. Then it
wiil be only a romp for Pittsburg."
From now until the end of the raon
Brooklyn will lave her share of trouble,
holding her position at the top of the lad
dtr. The Champions, have not plaved anv
whero near their mark In the last four
games. The pace is telling on them. A
brace will have to lie tukeu very soon or
the Pirates will surely land th honori
Brooklyn has five gamej with Philadelphia,
seven with Bo-ton and three more with
New York Half of the Boston nnd Phila
delphia games are to be plaved on foreign
grounds While tho Superba.s aro plavlng
tho strong chilis of the East away from
home, Pittsburg lias to tackle Chicago. Cin
cinnati and St Louis. The Pittsburg sched
ule for tho balance of the season follow-:
At home With Cincinnati. September K. 27.
2S and 2D; St. I-oiils. October ?,; Chicago, Oc
tober 30. 12 and IJ. Abroad St. lyiuis, Sep
t' mber 23 and 24. Cincinnati. September 3U;
St, Louin, October I and 2 and 7 and S.
Tom Loftus and ills crevv from Chicago
arrived yesterday mid spent the after
noon learning tho pamo as It is played
by good teams. Chicago will pity four
games at league Park tn-.lay, Wednesday.
Tnursday and Friday. SudhofT will proba
bly be pitted against tho Cowboju this
"Pittsburgs winning fivo straight games
from Boston in Beantown cost the Boston
club at least Jl.l.OW." said Manager Iiuls
Htilbronnor IrhI night, "It upset things
generally in tli.it city. The Boston people,
figured on taking at least threo out of the
fivo and had second place in the league race
In view. When Pittsburg hit Iho town the
writers were sn.vlng nice things nbout tho
club. The directors were in good spirits nnd
wero figuring on reaching the second rung
or th.i ladder to a certainty. After tho
livo dee its -verythlng changed as sudden
ly ns though a cyclone had caused tho
grand stand and park to disappear entire
ly. The writers commenced to knock, the
directors wero all sore and Manager Seleo
talked of resigning his position. For
awhile you would think tint Boston would
withdraw from the National Leaguo and
quit the game for good. Those live scalps
that Pittsburg carried away certainly did
things to Bennvillo that it wiil not forget
for many jears."
uwy.vm: eva nm imsttimi:
Y.iuntr Cotlcglnn Was (lie Slar of Last
Xiulit's Athletic Bve-iil.
Athletic events nt tho Kxpositlon last
night furnished several surprises to tho
Turners, who confidently expected to sweep
the card, as they have been accustomed to
do In most of tho open tournaments of that
character that have been held iu St. Louis
in tho last live jears.
They landed but one event, tho pentath
lon, and that w 13 constructed to their spe
cial order, as no events were put 1:1 it ex
cept those which are practhed at all turn-ve-reins.
William Bick of the South St. lu!s
Turnvcrlen won that evint when ho threw
John A. King In tho wrestling match after
a minute and a half of tugging and hauling.
The hero of tho evening. Judging by tho
applautc of the audience, was Gwynne Kv
ans of the St. Louis Athletic Aocuuion.
Bvans won the pole-vaulting contest from
John C. Meyers and Joe O'Beilly. all three
men going over the bir at tea feet evfn,
but Kvans had a handicap of eight Inches
and Meyers four inches on O'Beilly.
The St Loui: University boys were In it
for keeps, as they nullified three men out
of tho four in fifty yards dash, the final of
which will be run Saturday night. Kvans
was the tourth man to qualify, and made
the fastest lime of Ihe night, doing :(k--5
from the one-yard mark. O'Neill of the uni
xirsity did a 3-S from scratch. Summaries:
t-irtv-vard .lasl. two to qualify: First he.-it
.1. I". O'Neill iscran ni,
(1 ynrd). second. Time,
Second heat W'llliam'O'Flynn (2 yards), nrst;
J A. King ist-rau hi, second T 1 as, to.
Third r.eat-II J Worman 12 yards) nrst,
Fred Waener (I yard), eeeoud. T!n s" ,.
Fourth hat-K. J. Walsh (14 vards) first; II.
Fifth 1-at A. Williams H yard), tirst;
Nicholas iseratrh). second. Time, . 4--.
Sixth heat Gwjnne Bvans (1 yard), tirst;
E. Schmlil (1 jard). seeond . Time. :S 3-.;
svnlh heat J A. Klnselia ll Jlrd), first
1: J.ilacreas IL lanil. seeouu. a.iwt. .w --
liansteln (1 vard). second Time, aB 3-u
First semifinal, one to quality in each-J. 1.
sc!nd srmlttnai Wllltara O'Fls-nn. :z 4-i
Third rmiftnal Kdwanl J. Walsh. :0S4-..
Fourth semlrinat ". nne Erns. :.
Pole vault Itrst. Gwjnne Kvans S Inrhes).
12S inches, second. J. Meer (I Inches), 121
leches, third. Joseph M. OT.etlly (scratch), lii
BiKlit hundred and eighty y:irds run, two to
qualify: First beat llsn- Wolff (25 yards),flTSt;
Joseph M. Fleming (scratch), second. Time.
""second heat William Erhardt (25 5 ardsl. first :
Henry Jackson (15 yards), second. Time, 2 22 .-.
Third hr-u-M. J. Klener (M yards). Hi-t . ..V.
T. Beynolds (29 janls). stoon.l Time. 2-U 2o-
Fourth heat-11 Kempl i) yards), tir.n. Frank
Beekwolf (15 jards). s-on.l. Time. 2:2s -...
Fifth heat II. C Kireh'ner i yard'i. Ilrsr,
B (' Hopkins 15 yarls). second. Tlmr. 2 22 2-a.
H av-wei; t wrcsthi.g -J.n J Kul a wen
fmm Max M I'rivrr with one fall and two draws
of live nnutes earn.
Pc-taih. n: Ibp. step and lump, flee to jnial-ify-J.
A. King. J feet 2 inches. Wiillam II k.
ft 1 iacX William llllius. S7 feet S Uxem;
2ji Whose Manhood Is Slipping Away.
SimHiir Pro K5wi
Mm m inv or v .11 are now
r. .ping 'ho '.-nit of our
I in.rfotiv. ou hav.- X. 1 -vou-
dtbtiiiv. Night Emu
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Pimp', .s. L. ne Ba 1 I II munition of tin Bladder and
Klur.cj j. Hi -aty 1 .l,,r.. lime. Small or Weak Or
gans, pr mjiur r.e-s, lmp.it. ncy, De-pon.l ncy. Fail
ing Mtinjrx. I.r-i of AmL.tlon or similar symptom,
w'lich rob v. u .f unr jn.nilio.Hi and .-ihsdntely unlit
o:i for ta.i . I. urines-., pleasure or maTiage. Mv
tre.itmei.t v ill correct all these vils and restore u
to wnat 11. 1 tine intetded-a hah', hejlthv. happy ma::,
with ph.vshal. mental and sexual pow.rs c'-mplete.
1 alsxi .-lire to ,si.,v e-and YAKICOi 'KL11, STiSB'
TFP.F.. CoXTAGIors BUK)D It)ISOV NKKVti
SKXl Ah DKBIUTV and all reflex com pi cations and
associate db. .1.-. t and weakne-scs of nvn Tt th -
maladies aioii. 1 luve earnestly dmitssl flnf the b t
jt.irs1 of mv iif. I'li.-i.-uns having st-ibbom ;:- s
..-.- i-opli-illy invited iu t'lmsulr tno. 1 m..k no cbir,'
for private imiir. , and give to e h 1. Hi. nt .1 iet il
contract 111 writing to I u'.l for my piomise. Is It no:
worth jour while in liive-iis ito .1 cur.- iVlh.'s made life .mew to multitu s of mei?
If m t-ani...t .all at m. .tii e. v.rit.- n vour mptom fullv. m- ii'mrlig The
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ninziato St. Louis during the I i pus it, on 2nd Hate I air.
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31 feet 4 inches; A. J. Hammond, 32 f t li
lorhes; H. Jackson. 25 feet 4 inches.
The four best fen threw ihe spear KImr. 1
f.t 4 inehi-i: Blek. W ft 1 in. hes; allihi-,
feet Inch's; Hammond, i teet 11 inrh--.
Iti.-k and Kinc tmihel one trt. In tl- I tfr
Trd run with a turn, with three nar-e .
w restling t.. Ieci.le winner e.f the peniaihlon
Eltk thr.w Kins in l-:-)
m'hlbs. maiii: miiii i,it iirs n.u.
High's 'iii! 'I cam Trenleil the Older
llos to n '.urprlne.
Same real footlnll was se,"n at the High
School grounds in Forest l'ark yesterday
afternoon, when the regular team, or tlioo
who aro expected to form it, Iincl up
against the so-ca.'Ied scrub team.. There
Was nothing s. rubliy about the little li -.
who stack' d up with the full grown yoj. 4
m.-n. some of whom are big enough f'-u
the Yale or Harvard "varsity.
The cundtoales were hustled along in th- r
work by "1ac" Bhodes, the eraek Was .
lngton University quaiter-back. who hs
volunteered to coach them as eften as t
can find time- to get out. Arthur fcagtr
and l'.ie Bernero have also promIccd ti
help Hi,h whe-aever they un iiosailny llr -i
time to do so. V.La three fcucn men to ei
the ct.achlntr. Car.tain Aloore's mn shoull
how more improvement from n.vv on.
After half an hour's kicking practiia Jn
which Bb Kinzie. who will do all the kick
ing in High's games, took an active part
and showed that h" can kick a greater t. 4
tance and nearer the mark than ev.r, t..a
bovs lined up with the second team for 1. 'i
minutes of hard play. John I-amb was at
cent, r aud s:.apid the ball in good ttjlo
to Mode. The- got-1 work of Berkley, I'ci
tier ami Jack Kaime. High'st crack pitcher.
Tor the scrubs, gave the big bojs pleiitv
of trouble In making gams. Pauin r.lavinir
at left half, nrst liiatn showo.1 that l-.If-
back candidates w.ll have to hustle like six-
ty to hold their plates. Tho work of some of
tne second team boys was so good that
when they finished. Coach i'.limieo &aid that
the batk field jiosittons vere by no means
se-tlled. and that If tho "scrutes" continued
to work a3 they did jesterday some of
them were sure to replace ,t few- who arj
supposed to have their positions cinch-d.
Hupp Tevis did some tackling that would
do credit to any one. but It is to be expe.-t-e-d
of him, as he is big and fast. Krskino
plajed his usual game. The offensive play
of tliu regulars was good, but when tho
fcccor.o team go: tno Pan things looked very
dark for the big 'uns. as the little fellows
went through thom at will, seemingly. ThU
is uue 10 the comparatively small amount
of practice that the bos have had. no
doubt, but thiy will have lo take a big
brace If they expect to do anything S itur
day afternoon in their first gamo of tho
feeason, which will be against the Marion
Sims team. With Weber. Krskine. Tevis
and Lamb In the line it ehouid be foirly
strong. as the other men average up wed.
Daughaday can bo counted on to go
through tho smallest kind of a hole, whilo
llrskine can go round the end as fast and
as far as most any of the school ends. Tho
High team can be counted on to do good
woik in their offensive play Saturday. Th
Marion Sims combination is the strongest
offinsive team, on paper, that has been
brought together in St. Louis since th
das of the old Pastime, team, when the
Cabannes, Pcclllii and Whitteraore were in
As an instance of tho comparative abii
Itlea of the school players and the repre
s ntatives of the Medli al College, Billy
la-gan. who. by the w.iy, lias ijuit tho
High School and is Irving for the Marlon
Kims team, sxijs that If there is any com
parison It Is very hard to sco it. Billy
sajs: "I have pinjed against all of the
school piajcrs that are now practicing for
tills se-ason's games) and have found so:no
of them very hard when bucking the lii.e.
but the worst protKisition I ever ran up
against was Saturday evening when wcrk
ing with the Marion-Sims boys at the Bat
ttry A gTounds. I wjs playing end nganvt
Howard I'im, nnd when the ball was
snapped I mado an attempt to get lilm out
of my way. He is big. but I have push.sl
bigger men of the school teams out of ray
path to the runner. He gave me tho sur
prise of my life, or that part of it that
has lx-en devoteel to football, when he put
his shoulder to my che.t and with ore
shove sent me somersstultlng' a good fifteen
Pirn is to play half for tho "Meds.." nrd
the whole team when selected will lie nble
to do as good work as he can hims. if.
There ure now nineteen men trying fr
Iosttions on the team, and it will line up
againn the High boys Saturday afternoon,
a good ten jwumla to the man hcaV-r.
With tho exinrrience that they have had
and the benefit of four days a week pra"
ti they should win, but one can never
till what tbose little fellows wilt do with
their every ounce of blood carrying about
ta ier cent of sand.
If High should see fit to play a kicking
game It would give the ex-stars a har I
tussle, as Kinzie Is kicking exceedingly w. 11,
while the ability of Limb to get through a
brlrk wall when there Is a football on the
other side would regain the ball for Ha 1
many times after kicking It Into the Marloi -Sims
territory. High has one new man
who lias a brritlc burst of speed, but it I
doubtful If he can go through a g irne, or
a gooel part of it. Sit her Is the bov. and tho
way he can carry a ball when he has a
clear field is a caution, but he Is so light
that the slightest shove is bound to result
in the referee's whistle sounding. He go"5
at such sjies-l that h could not be sure
of his foot'ng even if he were twt-nty
pounds heavier. Sieber is at present playing
left end, but tsill have to brace up on bis
bucking and Interference if he hopes to
beat Home of those scrubs to that position.
SHOOT roil THE Ulll'CHI.IC cvv.
J. A. It. Elliott nnd Frniilc Pnrmalee
Meet Xr.xf Th iirsduy at Domini.
Omnha. Neb.. SopL 25. Next Thursday
afternoon at tho grounds of the Omaha a n
Club, across the river. Frank Parmalee of
Omaha and J. A. B. Elliott of Kansas City
will shoot against each other once more for
the championship and Tho St. Louis Re
public Cup These two trapshots are among
the best in the country, and the match I
attracting nitlonal interest ameng tho
sportsnu-n, both because of the honors at
stake and tho past contests between the
This Is to be the big event of the Dupont
Gun Club's annual tournament, which will
attract sportsmen from sev. ral States. The
betting is about even on the result. Tha
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Iirinalea and Elliott met for tho first;
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t for Sits) and the price of the birds a side.
I l"arrnaleo wincing by a score of S6 to SI.
, This race tool: plnce across the river, wflero
1 tho two big shots met again tfcrro trs
' later on Thanksgiving Day under thesarao
conditions. Again the local premier won.
but after one of tho closest and hardest
hamraerless battles ever fought In th-v
Mm. It was a vvnt.-hd d..y. c-ld and
sleety, i.nd the men shot under the most
trjlnR circumstances. They were a tie i
to tho last bird. lMrmalee using both bar
rels on .1 right quarterer and Elliott falling
down on a low-ilvinir out-coer. Kettimr was
j litavy on this match, and tho friends of the
.Kansas city man wero much chagrined ovsc
The next j ear. December 2. ths two men
ni't again at the same place, and Parrnalce
was once more the winner, missing but
three birds out of li while Elliott missed
Their last match waa last January on tin
same grounds at tho annual shoot of tha
Omaha Gun Club tournament. This dav,
like the memorable one in 1SW. was a bad
on-, the chili wind blowing a gaie and
dust flying, so as to make good scores Im
possible. But I'arma'.ee and Klliott were
K irne. and fought It out under the most try
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Ihe Kansas City crack shot for the first
timo by a close score 97 to fr. Both men
were in miserable form and made the worst
hibitlon of their lives, Parmalee. in par
ticular, failing down at critical stages.
Next Thur-dayV muter will be iho fifth,
meeting of these two men. and the outcome
Is a good even bet, Parmalee will shoot a
new Parker, a gun built .specially for him
for trap shooting, and Klliott will stick to
his old Winchester repeater.
Every thing Is being made ready for ths
tournament, ntid the chances are that ther
will be more money in sight on this occa
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sporting annals. Parmaleo Is an old-timer
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