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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1900.
INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY
HOME FOR ALL.
How any man may quickly euro himself
after years of suffering from sexual weak
ness, lest xitallty, night losses, varicocele.
etc.. and enlarge small weak organs to full
L. W. KXAPP. 31. D.
aze and vigor. Slmplv send jour mme and
address to Dr. I.. W. Knapp. Wfl Hull bull.l
lt.g, Detroit, Mich., and he will gladly send
the free receipt with full directions so that
aiy man may easily euro himself at home.
This is certainly a most generous offer and
tl o following extracts taken from hi daily
trail stow what nun think of his gener
oiity: "pear Sir Please accept my sincere
thanks for yours of recent date. I hava
g!en your treatment a thorough test and
tto benefit has been extraordinary. It has
completely braced ma up. I am just as lg
otous as when a boy and jou cannot realise
how happv I am "
-Dear Sir Your method worked beauti
fully. Ittsults werp exactly what I needed.
Strength and igor have completely re
turned and enlargement Is entirely satis
factory." "Dear Sir Yours was received and I had
no trouble in mnk'ng use of the receipt as
directed and can truthfully say It is a boon
to weak men. I am greatly Improved In
Bite, strength and vigor."
All correspondence l strictly confidential,
milled in plain sealed envelope. The re
ceipt Is free for the aklng and he wants
fery man to have It.
FOUGHT F1FTEEV HOLMJS.
ai(tr MaUhcTra Declared the Welter
"Detroit, Mich.. Oct. 16. -Matty Matthews
of New York and "ISube" Ferns of Buffalo
ipt before the Cadillac Athletic Club to
nljht for the second time for the welter
weight championship, and after fifteen
rounds of fighting Itefereo Slier save the
decision to Matthews. The decision In their
former fight went to Ferns. The latter was
handicapped to-night by n bad left shoulder.
Tiro weeks ago blood poisoning developed in
It. and to-night there were three open sores
on the afflicted shoulder, lloth men weighed
In at 119 pounds nt 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Mltthews was In the pink of condition, and
Ftrns was In good shape aside from Ms
"o-night's fight was not so fat at any
tine as the men's first fight. Matthews did
tb leading and crowding from the start.
Jn the seventh, after Ferns put his left
on Matthew.' Jaw, tho men mixed it up
fiercely, Matthews having a shade the bet
tei of it.
In the eighth round Ferns pecked Mat.
thws's face with left jabs a dozen tlTjjes,
but Matthews had the best of the. lighting
an I rushes. Both landed gqp lefts and
rights on the head durinsv'.'.ib ninth. Mat
thews had the beit of tlwyelevnth, putting
tlshts and lefts ti FetTiVs head.
After a red-hot .'change at tho opening
of the thirteenth; tn which Fern hid tho
te.,t of it. Jlaj'ibews rushed Itube to a cor
ner and put.ome hard punches to his head.
. HTS-'closlng with a fast mix-up, of
w'.i? jratthews had tho better.
-he 'fourteenth was Matty's round, and
-ifz-as fighting cautiously when the last
round opened. In this round Matty put two
htrd rights and a left to Rube's jaw.
"When Slier announced his decision IVms's
manager made a strong kick, but the crowd
shouted approval of the decision.
Art Sims of Akron and Frank Stackhouso
of Detroit furnished the preliminary fifteen
round go. Sims getting the decision In tho
thirteenth round. Stackhouse was In such
shape that It was simply a question of min
utes before ho would be knocked out and
Slier stopped tho bout. Sims punched his
man almost at will.
Thousands of nen Imo Varicocele n5
are Igrorant at the fact. They m'y
know that sometMnjc I Jalninsr ire lra
ncJ ainottln from liiclr I odici nn.1
brains and know of n rraon to account
for It. This UTrfbl affliction I the moit
treacherous, client and certain In Is
work of all known ailments. It romM n
without appircnt cause and never ca
In Its 2e&lrutie .nfliienLr until It rob
a man of all hi ItaIUy and laxei hlia
a. wreck, of his rcrmal rejf.
ONE CERTAiN CURE.
There are many way of treating It.
but none is nure cf tucctf? as properly
I hn.o devoted twenty jear of my life
to the Mudy jf thi- and kindred sutject'.
and in this time have cured t.,lW) caes of
I hivr cured caes of th'riy faR
standing, here the pati-rts had exhaust
ed all other known treatments without
relief, and came to me In a state of
My methol h cured after the knife.
Injection and every o.her means had been
tried and had failed
I have cured ph?iclar. lawrer. minis
ters, merchants and laborer In many
thousands f caes nlicre a cure was eon
eldfred Impossible my treatment has
PAY WHEN CURED.
I make this prcpo-ltlon to jou filrly
nd carry It out fairl ou don I have
to pay a cent till : ou are cured. I could
not ao this If m Uelt as net superior
to all other electric body appliance. It
never costs & cent for repiirs; J warrant
that, anl It glve a current vl.ich ou
ran feel and regulate, and nhtch wilt
not burn. The cures thov hat It dees.
DR. McLAUCH LIN'S
Electric BeJt dissolves the clotted blood
In the ems. restores circulation, and
contravt the elongated fUpiort, remov
ing every Flea of the trouble and giving
back all the Mrcncth nd IKo whlcli
has been drained from the part. This
Is applied in a special manner for Vari
cocele and nil veakneffe resultinc from
It. and neter falls to cure.
"It rural me of a wcll-de doped ca
of Varicocele, upon hlch I liad rpent
many times the Drice of the- belt," jays
I. r. lantsuth, 631 KedsKlck ftrtet. Oil
TEST IT FREE.
Call and test It fre of charge, anl let
me explain .how perfectly It does its orlc
Hememt'er. I hae pent 20 year ieamln
my present method of curinff this anful
trouble, and can cure It where everv
other remedy will fail. If you can't call
I will send ) ou my M-page book about It
dr. m. d. Mclaughlin,
704 Olive St.. Cor. Seventh, St. Loali.
Hours: 8 a. m. to p. m. Pondaya. 10
a. m. to 1 p. m. Mondays. Wednesday
and Saturdays, until 8: p. nv
POORLY AND LOST.
Errors by Williiuns and O'Connor
Netted the Brooklyns
PITCHERS A LITTLE WILD.
Wide Throws by Kilon and
Leever Gave the Opposing
Team a Score The Game
nttsburs. pa., Oct. 1G. Plttsburr; r'Jt "P
a miserable exhibition of bail plninK in the
second day's came for the world's cb-im-Iilonship,
and yrcEciitcd the Raiae to lJrooK
lyn on errors.
I-ecer's base on balK fullotred by a wild
throw, was roponvible for ilrooltlyn's llrst
run. After ttiat Icevcr jiilthed a fine g.irae.
but Williams's uild throws and O't'onner's
drop of lily's Rood throw to plate to catch
Kelly were rtspoiu-lblo for the other three
Plttrburs could not hit ICitron cffi-ctivcly.
The latter presented the Pirates with a run
in the fourth Inning by mating a wild pitch
when Wagner was on third bate. Tho other
run in tho seventh was scored by o'Ilritn'3
two-bagger and his advancement by Will
iams's and O'Connor' outs.
Outride of the errors there was no special
features and the gamo lacked inttrer-t. The
attendance (1.U4) was kept down probably
by the cold weathtr. Hcore:
. -Ui R. II O. A. E.
iacn. u. ........ ...........t u u it o
heaumont. cf. 4 0 u 3 u 0
Kltihej. r'j a d u i i
Wacner, rf. t i : v v
O'llKen. 1I 4 1 1 (, : o
AMlllams Cb ;.. 3 o i z 3
O'Cuntxr, c .......... ..J u o w ir 1
Kl. s. 3 0 1 20
loitr, p 3 o o I ; J
Totals ci ; 4 z: c
All. It. II. o. a. n.
.Tour, cf. i 0 I 3 l) l)
Keller, rf 4 o r u y o
Jennings H"- 0 ti 11 1 a
Keil). lr. 4 r o 3 e
Ol, :u 5 1113 0
Daly, b J o 0 I 1 o
luiilen, e 4 i o 0 S o
Farrell, c. t 0 : C 0 u
KltM.il. p 3 0 0 3 10
Total if T ; s il 7
rittshur- o 0 0 1 0 s 1 0 n-2
llrooivlyn 0 1 0 0 0 S 0 0 0-4
Two-basa hits Warner 1. O'llrien I. Srairinre
hits Ialy I. Molei lia"" Karrel 1- rirM fcaso
oa balls Off Ieerr 3, olf Klt-on 1. Struct ojt
By ler 4. ly Kllson Z. VUU iitcht liltson
1 Time Two hours. Umpire artuuod and
doxli.v com: t camform.,
St. Lonis Unit I'lujer Itrtnrnn to the
Lauil Wlieuee He Cuuie.
With a new fall otercoat on his back, a
summer auit, a. l'.ht pocltetbook and an
onerous conscience, Michael J. Danlln. ball
pl.-jve left St. louis for San lranci.co last
Uonlln goo to California to piny ball dur
inc; the winter. Ho came to St. Louis from
the Santa Cruz. Cat., club In 1SCJ. He U
engaged to play in Callfurnia ntxt Saturday
with tho San Franci&co club. He return3
as rich as he left.
Woman rtlcyelc Illder Still OdIiik.
Kew Tcrk. Oct. IC SIls Cast, wrhj ilnlahei
a record-breaklns 2.0yJ-ml!e bicycle rldo owr
the Valley Mream. 1. I . course, last nlsht.
started asaln at 3.05 this xncrnins to ride another
1.00 miles. At 12-03 sho had linlshc.1 10J miles
of her new task. The last twenty miles oi tbt
century were made la one Lour and fifteen min
ute, paced b) a tandem.
nana Defeated J-clIofT.
Dcnrr. Colo., Oct. 15 Joe Cans of nalt!mor
put out Otto Selloff cf Chicato In th ninth
xoLnd of hat Ma-a fccb-duled to b a tn.ruund
ko before tho Olmyp'c Club here to-night.
Illinois Ilefeuteil I,nnilanl. f
ChamralKn. HI, Oct. 1C Football: Iliiaola 35:
s.nDLE-iionM: i:ii iimtiox.
Mr. Harnett Will Shoir Hlf Hlsrb
Sclioul Home IHack Squirrel II.
I H. Bamett of Jlcxlco. JIo.. who la
well known as an expert rider and trainer
of horses, will give exhibitions with bis
high-fachool horcc. Black Squirrc.1 II. at the
Kxpo'Ition Thursday, one at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon, and tho other at 9 o'clock
In the evening. Tho chlLl:lon promises to
bo an enjoyable one. Mr. ISarnett will alf
appear during Horse Show witk. when li
will ride Kdward I. I'rectorius's gaited
saddle mare. Genev.i Rex. daughur of Hex
Denmark, and Italph Orthwein's geldms,
SIIOT-PfT MOJ II V WAIIMIIOMJ.
The Only rlnut to He Decided nt the
C4ill4cum I.UNt JVIkIiI,
Puttir.r the lC-pound snot was the only
contest that was finished at the Coliseum
last night, T. C. Warmbold winning that
event by the small margin of one-half an
Inch from William llkk.
Ileata and semiiinals of the forty-yard
hurdle race wcie run, A. D. Ilobifson and
William Schildmann winning the semiiinals.
Only fite m.n came to the mark for the
mile run, but they were forced to run heats
to qualify, according to the programme.
Harry Kiener won his heat In the easy
style that has brought him many admirers
since tho meet commenced. Hans Wuiff
won from John C. ilejers In tho second
Forty-yard hurdle race, first semifinal A.
D. Hoblnson, first; John A. King, second.
Time. :053-3. Second semlflnal William
Schildmann, first; Hans Wulff, becond.
Time- :C0 3-5.
Putting sixteen-pound shot T. C. Warm
bold, hrst, 37 feet 6V4 inches: William llick.
second, 37 feet 6 inches; JL O'FIaherty,
third, 35 feet 3 Inches.
Mile run First heat: II. J. Kiener. first:
Will Ehrhardt, second. Time. 5:I!. Second
heat: Hans Wulff, first: J. C. Meyers, sec
ond. Time. 5:45.
O'llIUEX KAOCKKD OUT.
FInUhed by Jack Root tn Three
Chicago, Oct, 1C Jack Hoot, the middle
weight champion of the West, knocked out
Dick O'Brien of Lewiston. Me., in three
rounds to-night at Tattcrsall's. Root kept
O'Brien at long range toy constant left-hand
Jabbing, and tho latter was unable to land
a single effective blow throughout the flsat.
r r" .' jMwlikSflHH
Owners of St. Louis Hull Club Feel
That the Men Were Indiffer
ent to Their Interests.
WANT TO GET INFORMATION.
President liobison Held Out Sal
aries in Order to 1'rovoke Dis
cussion Which May Lead
From some guarded statements made by
President V. De Haas Robb-on of tho St.
Louis club cstrday it might b assumed
tlat he suspects i ort Jin of hK plaer.- I
Itrge majority, too of being guilty of a
tacit. If not actual, conspiracy against ttw
inU re-Is of tho St. Louis club last season.
Mr. ItobWon does, not say that ho bel!ecs
that such a conspiracy esKtod. What he
docs rav Is that tho team played unrtason
aldy poor baseball for tha money It rc
ceitcd and the reputation lu members bore
and tho salaries tiiey wero paid. He wants
to know why such bad biseball was plaed
by certain men. To this end he has with
held a considerable sum from somo mttu
When lie talks to these mtn and finds out
what ho wants to know ho will pay them
Mr. Robi-xin is a clever, diplomatic gen
tleman. Jig nppears to think that some
thing in tho natuio of a conspiracy or un
derstanding, either actual or tacit, rilstod
betnein certain of hN idaierf. and that
on Ins to its existence Ihe men deliberately
did not play the ball they were capable of
and should hae plajcd. Ho beliees that
something more til in c.isu tl dissipation or
indifference is rt sponsible for the bad work
of ills club.
Mr. ISohlson thinks what many St. I.oui.
ans think, that there was a lot of deliberate
"iaing down" and malingering on the part
of his pltjers during the pat season. Not
that thev did anj thing actually dMionest.
such as deliberately losing a gaine, but they
did not trj er hard to win
Ctthf of Ileidrlek. Cited.
As an t-3L.ii.iplo of utter indifference to
club wtlfare and hi tmplojer'.s lnteresls
and of remarkable Ildiliiv to his own wt-11-It'ing
the rate of Ilcidnck, tho great cen-ter-lielder,
bjse-runner and batter, is cited.
Heldrick is one of the Letter-class" of
plaers, a colli ge man, a social light, a
vearer of s-lk underwear and handpalnted
neckties, an eschew cr of plug tobacco, a
In lSSa Heldrick played great ball for $1.
tOQ per reason. hen asked to sign for a
vllghtly Increased sum In lif'J, he demanded
1-MW. In his stand-out he had the backing
of pres and public. f..r he played the game
at J2.H) spied in li Oulng to this pres
sure of public opinion Mr. Iloblson gac
Heldrick $2,100 for 110).
ALout Hay 1. after plaIr.g some half
dozen giree Heldrick strained a ligament
in Ids thigh. From that time to August 1
he did not piuy three entire games. Ho
several times attempted to play, but his
trouble recurred. Up to August 1 he hid
plaed few games- for the St. LouU Club,
bjt he drew hN JljO per month with bi
About that time Mr. Roilson became tired
pnjdng winning salaries for losing ball. Ho
notified the then manager, Mr. Tebeau.
that if Mr. Heldrick deaired further le.no
of absence ho could have It at hi3 own
expense. Mr. Telnau notified Mr. Heldrick
of Mr. Roblson's curt ultimatum. Mr. Held
rick declined a Miration at his own ex
tens". Ho did not miss a game thereafter.
Mr. Heldrick is ein- of tho bright lights
of tho prorf-ssion a model young man. Ho
Is a moit temperate liver. He never went
tho route- with Bacchanalian Donlln or
wooed the woozy goddess of tho grapu with
Jack Powell. lie has no uo for the gay
oo'jbrctte. Ho prefers th innocent boule
ard flirtation with the timid .schoolgirl to
the "hot time-" or the grlsctte.
Mr. Iloblson says he lias nothing to say
against Mr. Heldrick. He admits the facts
In the caD", howver, and al-o admits that
tncy m'-.in na mucn ns a parental noa to a
Ixiy who wants to l-dt tho circus.
Uv holding out a little money, bv asking
leadinjaad misleading uestions. Mr. Robl
son hopes to learu some thirg that may be
of futuro use to him In running baseball
clubs. Ho choso to let the men separate, so
that when ho pops his questions and does
his cros-cx.imiulng thero can be no "col
losing." no comparing of notes and fixing
up of Millnble answers. He means to se-t
-cry man by himself and have a talk with
him. Mr. Robisou lia, been known aa tho
rro.l fellow of baseball. Like most good
ft lions, lie has hid his bumping.
Itiililson's Letter to llin I'lnjcrs.
On Monday Mr. Robion Hint the follow-irj-
l'tter to all his rkijers. bar McGrjw,
Roblrson. oung pnd Donotan. who are the
to-jr good littlo bojs exempted from all
b? m :
. t. t)us. Ort lV-Icar Mr: In your contnet
f the nxst i!aing tcas-m .f idn, teen him
) .d 1). tald cur.truct ciilcl fcr (njmlnc tho
I oi-es In each caro), per hh n:h. for placing an-l
jr-LIui; t'.ft-l-to-. 1.U-. rill mr the American
J ulall and Atl letlc Einibitlun 1'jiiipany ef
1-f Lrils, Mo. Tii cortraet sou liatH not
li nr. ! ,t tl- Am-rinn Itix IliII and AthMic
1. ,'ilt-iti..ri I'miiLany t St Louis. Mo.. Ins
ta. I joj In full acco-d.nc to jour contra. :.
up to aid lni!uJni- October 1. i.0. an! will pjy
the tl.ir.c- due Lu under yoar ci n:n.ct up to
an! in-lu.ilns Vti.lr 11. t), and hme faith
fa'Iy tarrlid out lt i irt f mid contrtct.
u haio nit carri.il nui ur part of the ob
ligation and I shall brine- this mat'er bp'or
t!i ll"ar.l r IMrtrbrs ot th American Itafebill
ard At'i! t.r LjhAill.n C-'Iltunj tf .-t. Luis.
?1 Affr tt-e lic iWIJnl wh.it your
5,-r'oes will li MTd-th to this tomi-any for t.i
I ! i lnc Rt-iwtn of 1&M. lfe.l .in y.i:r Wrt-k f r
t:e pirt -oison. : contract w II b miied to
j t.r post i.fHc a Idrr f. ir 1 nniiM to jou pr
p a'lj stat.n? the am tunt that )im will t
i rid fir the ..cn of i:-'l. j.irable in remi
in ithlv Ipnilimcnt A ourr truH
APEKICVN lltsnilVLL AND ATHLKTIC IIX-
ntANi: ri: haks koiiison. Preidnt.
TIio abov letter i not cry direct in its
meaning. It may be construed In many
wiys. What II j-ems to convey is that tho
money du the pln era for s r ices from
O-tobcr 2 to Octoler 13 will not bo paid un
til the contracts for l'JOl are signed When
the cirectors m-'et they me t ecry elay
th- men may be llnt-d oil tho salary duo
When the men receive their contracts for
I'01 there will bo some fun. In many cases
there will be a big reduction of i-alary- It
Is -tatMl tint Powell. Donlln, Burkttt. Hel
drick and McGatin will feel the keen ed;re
of the ax. Then thero will be arguments
aT-d countor-arauments'. The work of the
-! season will bo reviewed the pl.iMrs
will be shown where they did ponr'y. If
th'v want to avoid a cut In snliry they wi'l
hne to explain why they did not play up
tr their standard and their silary.
When the-e explorations tome Mr. Robl
son expee-fJ to le.T-n wliy hL team did not
play baseball In U4X.
WANTS TO HIT TIIH CL'P.
SPHCIAL BY CABIJ1
Ixindon. Wednesday, Oct. 17. (Copyright.
1"V, by the New York Herald Company.)
"I would give every penny I have, to begin
again nt th bottom of tho ladder, to lift
the America's cup.M
Thus epol'e Sir Thomas Upton, with
characteristic earnestness and frankness,
when talking to me yf.terd.iy about his
second challenge for the trcphy which he
believes he will bring back to Kngiand.
Sir Thomas took the defeat of the Sham
rock cry much to heart, for he wa4 lirraly
convinced that she was a better boat than
the Columbia, and that she should win
under ordinary circumstances. But Sir
Tliomas accepted the result like- a truo
sportsman, and did not seek to make any
When the Shamrock II Is fitted out for
her voyago to America Sir Thomas will
make use of the knowledge gained In
handling the first Shamrock. He will In
trust ids new yacht to new skippers. If
in their hands she fails to "lift" the cup.
Sir Thomas will concede that Americans
bae no peers as yacht builders.
"I lake off my hat to the Herreshoffs."
said Sir Thomas .yesterday. "They are
wonderful men. I would gUe all I have to
build on this side of the water a craft bet
ter than they can produce. If money can
luild a yacht superior to the HerresholT
boat, then I will bring the cup back to
Krgland. I want no fairer course than tho
Sandy Hook course.
"My challenge i probably the shortest
eer sent to America. No conditions are
attached except a request as to the time
when the races shall be hell."
Jofca Arbuckle, a New York coffee mer
chant who had never before met Sir Thom
as, called on him vesterday In his office
to t-.'il him he hoped he would lift the cun
and to ak him to be hi guest when he
visited America. Mr. Arbuckle Balls to
djy for New York.
THE BEST HORSE.
l'oor Hide Enabled Gonfalon
Heat Her in the Dixiana
at Morris 1'ark.
Lief Prince Was the Contending
Horse in .1 Spirited Finish
Kaciug Results at Kinloch
Park and Xewnort.
New York, Oct. 1G. As if to offset tho
run of fh winning favorites joterday,
only ono was tirst rast the Judges at Mor
ris Pari: to-day. King Birleycorn won for
tlie llrst choice plajers In tho fifth rate, but
the others went down ono after another.
Two stakes wero decided, tho Silvcrbrook
for 2-year-olds, at fito and one-half fur
longs, and tho Dixiana, for 3- car-olds, at
ona mile. Templeton, at 6 to 1, won tho
first-named, ridden out. from Lief Prince.
Thousands of dollars were bet oa Malste r,
forcing his price from 6 to 1 to 3 to 1. but
he ran a bad raco and was next to last at
Gonfilon took the Dixiana, but Killa
shandra, the favorite, was pronounced tie
best and should hae won easily. Turner
rode a ery bad nice, so bad that It was
said It would bo Investigated. Only three
horses started, but he took tho mare tha
cverland route, and messed her badly in
the stretch, and then was only beaten by a
neck. Gonfalon mado nil the running. Wo.
tercure was beaten off.
A heavy storm broke over tho track as
the horses went to tho ro.t for the fifth
race-. Tho rain camo down In torrents
and made the track sloppy. King Barlcj
corn retelcd in the going, nd, moreover,
ran kindly for Burns, so that he won eas
ily. Hammock outstajed Herbert and took
the place easily. Hoar graduated from the
maiden class of Joctfcys in tho first race.
Ho rode n, clover race on Riraldo and beat
Olea, favorite, a head.
Inshot. at long odds, won the second raco
a head before Talcoe, with tho favorite.
Billionaire, third. Tho latter aultered
through lnterf t rence. Prestidigitator, tac
outsider In tho three-horse race, beat the
fiaonte. Miss Hanotr, a head on the poat.
'li.ey were so close tojether that It looked
llko a dt.nl heat from tho stand.
llrn rate, ret en furlonps. selling Rlnald
93 'li.jar.i. 3 to I and o t j. noa, eji.-.i. ?l (i:
Ileum. & ti) i anil 3 l. ., svexnd. atalltft. 4
Uonnsfrd), 13 lo 1 and tu 1 third Tims.
I:31V muukc I nnshtu. Kairy i'.tle. lLteia,,n
un.l C.Liao-tlJ'J iil-w rat.. Mid-iight .hlni-a tan
anay wuu at ilia poet ant .ia tiithuruwn.
Stcond race. Mv lurlonhs. t uirg nitnut. 1W
(LuIIman), il Ij 1 and ; tt 1. won. Talccse, lu
(llcnr);. (U 1 unl 4 to j. xevoiM. U.lllLjn.tlrH',
IV .-M.kU. 13 1" i and ttea. I..1M. Time. I 1I-4.
l'rlm.t.3 Helm. ALuiit. lld, Jlinj-lr, timm.
AdJ. Little 1'iisy. ljiu.n. 'the i -oti -r. oucn.
Kartji. Oieiuiud unl ork!iit Iiuj also ran.
Third race. "Ir.o tilibrtrx" !.. lite una i.re half
furljnss, t-;lin 1 einpletoii. 1(4 llltch-!l. t
to 1 an-l 3 to 1, won: llrt I rlnce, Pt. lha.t), 7
tD 1 and 4 to 1. 6"Cu!lJ: Maxim-js, 10 (KL-ekilianl.
l. to 1 and 4 to 1. third, lime. l:w. 1-at.e.
tsnanc lammany Chief. Mulct, -Mal-irr ura
larKrittatrt ulyi ran.
rounn race, Alto Jjixian.1, fine rnue etoniaitji.
U'J (llullman;. U to S and 3 to i, uoa. Kill 1
Fhamlra. 113 (Turner). 1 to 19 an 1 out. m-nl;
Water cure. li tLIttlc2eld). 4 to 1 and 1 to S.
third. TIr.e. l.W.
Fifth nee. on? mile Kirs Barleycorn. 1-5
(Uurn). " to i and i to C. wdi. llainrr.oclr, 115
10 Conuo:!. I to 1 and 1 to 5. resend; Herbert.
113 US. William;. 11 to i and 3 t. 0. third.
Tlrre. 1:45. ltanor and Njnlnu also rtn.
blxtli race. ne mile and oiie-Ute nth, selling
I'ret.-.Utaltatur. l'j: ishaw). 13 to i and I t !,
won by u bead. Ml3 Itanaier. :ut tlltchelll.
11 to JO and uat. s.jni. tvlle tf Orleans, 2)1
(Henrjl. i to I and out. thirl. Tlii-e, 1.U4.
Morris I'ark Kntrlts.
rint racew teilcvh33C. two nx'.lc:
Lasly Linden ..
Water Clt&r ..
Lost Chord ....
llaccriloiTi .. ..
Hammock .. ..
iTtmcton .. ....
Utiln cv.niir ....
M.sti Mitchell .
IMck tMrtrr ..
llarlrn Clirk ..
Ix e und on-half furXcnes
..110 Mordelmo .. -...
..lt'7 Wax Taper
,..1"7 ll're Ms
..l'Jlf ITIikw 11crlt ..
...ltd i Hupped a.lors .
...1)4 j Hani:
,..1"4 ' Urtrud
..101 ! Mnglc I.lL-.it .. ..
..1"4 , .Vounouin Hoy .
...at I Carasaljo .. ....
..K'l j FaLe -. -
... w '
.... Si i
. ... M '
Thi-ii race, the Castieton. fit-e-clghths of mile:
.....107 i Fiaru ..
.....I-l I andlo ..
.. -.1"! I cr.e rries
Aehrr .. .
Tm It ton
Fourth race. S-rrar-clds. Withers mile:
Garry Hermann ...,llrt Uaron Ftp er ....
Il nu Ormonde .... ..Ht lulllne t.;r ....
1 .tor Ilarloti- llu Jancel
Jce Frey HOT All t-alr.ts
Fifth race. Withers mile:
'tm to Order
IliUanv .. ....
Itrcetv-Oi.l. .. ,
WandrrlniT Mlretrel .tl
Lord oselhy PI
Captain JaiiLery ....11 I
.101 1 Lizzie
.1-Jt l Urgent Ivl
His Hide on G. II. Whitney nt Aetrport
Wan ut tSatlsfnclors.
Cincinnati. O.. Oct. 16. Overcoats tvero
l.i demand nt Nenport track to-day, as tho
n-cathcr was er' cool. Itmlty. In the Ia--t
racet surprised ewry one by galloping
home a winner at odd3 of il to 1. Jockey
Kddlo Itoss was suspended for his ride oa
I. II. Whitney, which is now under Inves
tigation. The fcorsu ran Into the lence
turning for home in the third race, and
Itoss wn thrown to the ground. The
Judges thought his fall looked too much
like a steeplech.ise affair and decided to
tus-pend him until they t-atlsilcd themselves
Fomcthlng was pot wrong with the ride
he put up. Track fast. Summaries:
Flrft race, mile and setenty jard5, seld-ip
Jlfk-gs. U) (MlchaelM. 10 to 1. won; lleana. iil
lltossl. 4 tr. 1 tesxn-1. Cclbert. 10 (L lllcVl.
f to 1. third. Time. 1.IC4. ustaon. Can C tvjn
Clarenclo. Indlars. Pamnrar, Cjtlngtcn K..
and r-emper Ldam cl o ran
Seccr.d race, nix ai. I ene-Lalf furFnas Donnt
Feav, Wii3ilrIv). 6 to 1. wun. lake Wetwr.
ts Lnch). i toi F.H-xnd; Tlie KluKSard. '04
llieinianl. to 2 thirl. Time, 1.11'. Itii-ma.
Koctor J. W. Itimse-. Sti"B Uei!. Hanf rl.
till U.s it. The iie.'M.r ntid Ist-ac Marks nlo
Third race, ein fiirFnKs-liernando. 1)1
(Flick), & to !. wen: Our Lidr, 1"j J. Illcko.
6 to 1. iro-nd: Ilu'an. lni ttt onderiyi. to 1.
third Time. I:-!. IVrraent. J' Jinny Mct'aite,,
Jlaryarrt P and t3 II. Whilnet a!i ran.
Fourth rac-. mile find nJty arus-T.ie Iu-n.
IK J. Winkn.IJi. 3 to 5 tvon: J'in Helset. C
Mat. 4 to 1 second. Mbs Stoik. Il, (Miller).
I lo 1. thir.L Tine. l:ll't. a'Jllr and Wln'press
a!s.t ri-i ... .
l'irth lce. mile and a nuatter. selling-.. el
ite It-Kent. 101 (J WlnklMi. I t.-. 1 vi n;
Amelia Urathnvnrr. 9.' (rarretro). II t 1. eeor. I.
i lav i-oinier. u. i.iicwL--r7. i". - "'" .. .
ti. Jack TellinK. Ilermencla,
1'eter Durjea ai- ran.
Sixth rac. fts. turlonc". "lllni:-I.imitv
(NVtvcom). CO to I. nn: ralry lli. !5 (;n
Oerlyl IS to 1. r-onJ, Irih Jiel. 1 '1 UI
oat lei. I to 1. third Time. 1.1 . .xcuslil-i
Trlnt-e Tyra. Trval-eam ttill. ticttle Jt.
bert VtUtrlD anJ Tho W'S also ran.
rirst race, flto ar.'l onc-hilf rurloncs:
Probablv l'C lrincess Jullen ..
(llass Mllpper l"1! I t'resccnt
lti.lnrta e 1o:Kd ,
l'lrate's Queen ....lW I l'tl-V tum
Mattie -lain IM Tilnltv lull
Oueen Ilila lliMKenota
i"cond race, seillcc. six anJ cn-half
Ttlr.I race, selliny,
Ktta .. ,
1't'Thc Tory 1C2
31 Carl'rtta r-. i'-
33 Ird Frialer Wl
:i j .Vitrei- Till l''l
" 1 t'o-rie Quick lft1
S3 Ed Rota 1(3
mile and an elchth:
54, Kodak 101
IWt KOT ...
Irish Jewel ..
ltf-jl Iirancti -.
10i I w:n:er
Ittth race, ttree-fourth of a nllet
Faraday. Jr. ! Kincralno .. .
JM llattie 9 V.hltelleld
Orrle Goaa " Ileniral
Xanthos ?3 ' The Conanter ,
Sixth race. rell.nr. six and one-half furlocm:
. yt I j-Tiir ix.clicr 101
,. W llruiare 1l
,.1-a Klianor Holmes ....lt
..103 Utile Higgle -:
,.1 Htlisfort Wl
.V.1 Minnie Ii. ll'J
Freehand .. ...
HCFF3IAVS SIK KI.NC5STOX.
Disaolnte nnd Sldliovr IJentcn by Illm
In n I'uat Knee nt Ilnrlem.
Chicago, Oct. 15. The tport was fairly ln
tercstlnB at Harlem to-day. Every winner
was well backed and the bookmakers had a
bad day. Is tho first race Red Signal,
backed from ICO to 1 dottn to 50. camo home
a winner by three lengths over a gool Held
of maiden li-year-olds. Weather cloudy and
cold: track fatt. Summaries:
First ract. flte f urionio IP d Slirnal. tn tU
WaMi). ' to L vLcn: l,,i,i Uft. lot (Ijmlnlrk).
7 to 1. st-cunil; Alhert Lnrlxht. 110 irtMtnn. 9
to 1. thiol. Time. 1&2 2-5. ejearterback. Mateo,
bid Aiple. rnex Gli.rla. Hanavturst. Tha Con
oi. rur and llctell &1mj ran.
tvonl ra-e. .u fu-inti-;s Km.-ia IL. Ill 'l'o
Ianj(. 11 to 5. won. ejny John. Vil (Dupee). 15 to
1. eecuid. iaussrt UJ (t-omlnlck). 11 to '.
third. Tirn. 1:U ii. llrunn Vail. Vlllago
1 ride. Mountebank, tiaisy Q. and Tremble also
Third race, rx furlong Our Lizzie. 1T (Ijh
dijl. 4 to 1 vtr.n. Sim V 11 (Alextnder). n to
S. seconil. Tlltul Dire. 17 (J. Ualloi. t 1.
lllrJ. rim. 1:11 t-j Lialelt-i. 1'eice. Macla
Marre. Alt', rt lr nn.i Cuhan lllrl al ran.
I ourth nie. uw mile A I. llron. ml (J. Mar
tin), s ti z. !-!. I ane j- u.i I. VI llloln). " to
1 f icon I, ttllll.ni Ack ?7 (Ta!l). 11 to 2,
tl.rd. Time, :. 3-i. wall also ran.
Klfth rac. one inil and a l-iternih Advtno
fiuanl. Ml iLandrj). eten. non; Ohnt. V (Dorn
InlcM. 3 tn r. vctnj Viin II. ort I ke. lu lllev
lr), li to 1. third Time. t:W 3-i. Nathan'on
aLso ran. Tl.e Cnttno-vri iinlsh-1 aeeonl. but
wan dtsqunlllled for f,ul.
Elxth rac-. mile, telling Sir Klrgfton. 101
(Tallj). 9 t I. won; Dl'-rolute, 111 Hanlry). "
to I. rrond: FIlJIww. 101 IN Itllll. It) to I.
third. Tin e. l:ti 1 i. FTanjlble. Liwenter. Mlt-t-u.
Wrnetta, IMrate J., Veloco and Mellucele
Flrit race., tile furlongs, jelling:
Ka' Laritnc lOllKmllr Crean J-
LiRhtball Ll'Tonlcum 1"J
I'nnrekS Ottllle 103 Katherlne ISuiU .... "1
Li Orients 1 14 j Tuskaronsa 14
Mint L'o ll4 ' Jo Colllna LI
I'n-vrato 101 1 Natural Gas 1
Water Plant lit i lM--sart It!
heconJ race, steepltchtse. ahoit courr-:
Vnlterilty 1 , All-e II K
iMllu.t 1 j llecky Kolfe HS
Arnuetus , l".l j NetllKf r.ie 142
Voodranger liSWhat Next 111
Third race, mile and an eighth, seliln?:
Malale luvillanlrh 0'
Knlcht JJanneret ....10Vj Ctcmoorey w
bttciuc lOlf LbrLardt '
I'ourth race, plx furlonirs:
Tame Iriohman i-harp bird 1'-
Juhn WcLh V lelltA- Tall ...103
Highland Lid Yfi
Ilfth race, six luilon-?:
Idi Carbry IMLi Desirous I'1'
Jlil'h ti liwjForm .l'j
tijesa-Aork 100 1 Cora Goets
Livonne 1001 Compass .... 10
Sixth race, o-ta mli:
Florlzar l'3 S!y MJ
Wax , 103 Man land Hczerve ..lit
Firpelled Iu3 Chorus Iloy 1
Norf.ni LllMark Ml.t m
otm:.um: riM.siicn skcom).
Hilly Iluarilman'H (ind Thlnic Hente-
i.t the Kinloch Park Track.. i
Oudtnarde. one of the most extensively
touted and heavily backed "good things" of
the meeting at Kinloch Park, went to tho
pot In the third event jesterday and fin
ished second to Tea Gown, a 10-to-l shot.
The mee was for maiden 2-j tar-olds at
five and a half furlongs. Oudenardc is si
bay tolt by Imp. Oddtellow Annie Clark,
and ruct s In the co!or3 of O. ". Uoardman
of thij city. Ho worked 11 e furlongs in
12 the other morning and his mends
backed him off the boards.
According to hts backers, thero was no
ch.incc for the colt to bo bcate-n, barring
accident, but the unexpected is alwajs hal
oening in racing. Oudctiarde ran a, good race,
but tha Mlssourl-bred lilly Tt Gov.n, by
Prce Knight I'etticoat. ran betf-r. ahewas
well handled by Cobuin and ran oter hrr
horses at the finish, winning easily by tv.o
lengths, from Oudenardo and Belle of
Hungarljn completely outcUu-se, his field
In tho first -ent and won as he pleased
from Louis Lemp'.s Tmnl-on and Kaster
( ard. Hungarian was i 1-to-i bhot In tho
J.iek Adle, another odds-on favorite, went
tlirough in the setond, winning in .1 big
g.iIioi by two lengths from Jliss 1'atron
IVIix l:.ttd. still nnother odds-on choice,
Fcored in tho fourth event. Ho tvas well
hacl.'-d at 7 to In. but did not win like
tin odds-on fatoriti Is expected to. llohul
mule him extmid hlnuelr to tho limit nt
the end. a half length separating the pair.
C.iptain Gaines ran third.
That useful 2-tar-oM, Curd Gillock, dls
poscl of a field of speedy oil horses In tho
nftli in cleter fashion. Schorr's representa
tive. Kitchener, closed ft ttrong favorite at
C to i. Ho ran a clever raci under .l
lentand. but was beaten a neck by Curd
Gillock In n drains finish.
Captnln Hilly Williamson's hardy filly.
IJndtn Ella, galloj-ed over Will Fay nnd
HI Ghar in the cooing race Sho rcceltc-d
an excellent rido from IL Murpby. who
kept I.cr in n k.ood pusitlon until ho was
ready to turn her head loose. The sum
maries: First race purr JieO. lx furlong? IIusF"! in.
P4 tcoburn). 1 to 4. wen; lennlsun, S3 tUale).
) to 1, i-eeond; Easter Oird. 103 (Kane). 6 to
1. third. Time. 1:11. Itcefer, Nej Wic. Itu'jy
l:lle. i'hiiter and Mona II. also ran.
iMconJ raco. one mile Jack. Adle, lit (Robert
rcn), 4 to i, won by two lengths; Mis Patron,
it; (Dale). II to 5. sreund; ctutlcart, 99 lltts
t.nsrtr), 4 to 1. third, lime. t.-Ui,. Matcm.nl.
Lhieis and Retrnue a1-o ran.
Third rac-, turse tlj. lite and one-half fur-lor.t.i-Tea
Gown. 101 (OLhurn). 10 to 1. won;
eiuiemrdr, lus iliasspisen. eten. teconl; llei,'j
if liairl-buij,-. lui (itowrfory. 30 to 1. third,
lime. l.t. title Del. Ashcroft nnd ilasglo Jfc
llale also ran.
Fimrtii rare, pure Jl). ceven furlona-s Felix
I'ar.l. lul (Dale, J lo 10. wvn. Iljhul, lit. (W'e.1
Orstrind). 1 to 1. secend. Captam Gains. loj
(Colamu, " to 1, thlnL Tine. i:j:i ctlcka
naiiKu, liontutard. L'terpe, fair Gatiaa and
Diana Fon-sj aho ran.
1 llth rate. puru l selling, flte and on--(
half furlcns Ca.d (Jilloca jj (Itohensom. 3
to I. w.n; Kltchei.er. 1.7 tWVilJerstrand). 2 to
1. reconl: LIsu- Kirne. lfi (UasslnKer). S t r.
third. Time, lsj.i,. Korallce, Alls Iirambl,
ltdy fnirson. Atountaln Dew. Ilacl.meister ani
GoLd Tim al-si ran
r-izth race, purse JIM. relllns.cne and one elchth
mlks Linden Llla. i (It. MurphM. 7 to 2. won;
Will lav. : (1 Matthew). 7 to j, recmd: Ul
tlor, 1-jl (llassnstrt. 4 to 1. third Time, !.-.
Ixell. 1'inar Iel ltlo. Doinil. Waldeck. LIU
MarUn II. Titus. Sylvian and Ccleato dor also
Kin loch Park Entries.
Flrrt race, one mile, selling:
Fneino 103 Jim Turner ...
Mlrs lor 11:1 f-i I l.urdln
Hill Jjiknun 11 iMltian
I-lle t.f tu Lmls.. s;l Uotnltard ... .
be on I race, tliree-fourtha of a mile.
.33 Pkipuitii u
..!C3 I'ttrutlua VS
..iu;i l.-v:iller .... 103
Third rate, cne ml!--, s'lllcir
Jude Steadman ....111 :.mrllu Notriee ......103
7.'.n-.tt DOjJol.n Morton :
"alhdral 1W . ."allle Unar s?
El lh.r lUil'upt Harry '
l'.Liirth race, three-fourth of a mile. Owners'
G.-ll Or 53 Mare Davis 71
Miss Mae Day M Luinmer .... ij
1 itth rnce. one mile, jelllns:
EllT.1t Hells Wl.T.ro Annies SI
1-lnstein 1 1 I Cray Torg l
Jim U lU I Celtic lUid 103
S.xtli race, one luile and seventy yards, eell-irK-
Terra Incocnltt I'D !:ater Canl IM
Cnpivn ... st Jlir-p W3
l"-"-iul JliJi; Doughty l'JJ
t Ullman ll
r.nt flare Jim Turner. Ilnnlvarrl. fjhlm.
eoon.l IiaLe IToHilr. Orleans l'atroclu".
T ilnl ILice Catlitdral. John Morton, Judge
P. urth Ittce Gold Or. Jilts Mae Day, Bum
mer Sjtth Ituce Sklilnian, Capron. Jimp.
vi:sTi:st.'s Muiuixt; scaiihs high.
i:rnlll:iir Tlint They llnr n IHc Cnn
trncl, Ilirr.li IIum 1'riicllce Ilnrd.
Illsh School football enthusiasts hao
bet u thoroughly scared over tho treIltil
that Wtstern unitary Acadtmy has ilk,
plujol on the yridiion this fail, acd aro out
in Uigo iiumbt-H t-tery day to m-o their
ifd-j.xed ichooi-ftliatvb hammer tuoli
utlitrubout in hard practice.
Yet.ti.rd.iy iifttrniHin the Hist team, with
out tho tegular tackles. Webber and Tets,
lined up against the second High team,
uhlcli was hoireil out by Aial Iloolan at
right end and .Mil hmith. who ptajiil full
L.tck. Two halvts of littecn minuted encii
v-tro plajed, thu regulars scoring only -safety
in tiio firM half and tvto touchdowns
In tho second. Johnny Umb plujnl at
quarter in place of Captain iloore. who is
r.uijIiiR a bad arm. l.imb speed is way
licjona that of a reirular ctnttr. and a good
one- such as hu is. l-'oster, tho heavy young
ster uho will play at center If any IhlnK rocs
wronR ulth 1-iniD, was In that position -Unlay
and only had to Itan on the center
trio of the fcrub to precnt any Uatnasa
lr"m that quarter.
relit r is on duty at right er.d. where
Sam, En-kine made his reputation as a fait
ted. I'eltcr Is a little green, but In other
respects Is doing cry well, fchowlng an un
limited amount, of nerve and plenty of
The best work on the first team was done
by Itol) Kinsey and the small Berkley: he
Is about the smallest lad playing the (jini9
in fc't. Iiu.m en any cf the urst-class uekenj.
it may be his size and compact strensth
that causes him to find his way through
-o many holes, but grit and srei also havi
:t treat deal to do with it. In the practice
yes-lcrd.iy he made one run for forty yard
round the end. He did not have a clear field
to do It In. but dodged one man after an
other as eaflly as a creyhound dodging
through a lot of bull pups.
Tom Henry has panned out the clever
guard that It was tlaltni-d he would at lha
start of the season. Tom wears a very
heavy, well-padded headgear, and his
welsht, crowded into his small fra-ne.
makes people think they have bctn struck
by a bullet when he hits the line. He made
liol after hole for the backs yestcrdiy,
with men opposite him who have had moro
football experience than Henry himself.
High has one fault which will have to be
remedied quickly if the eleven expects
success acalnst the Alton cadets next Sat
urday. V.'htn a man is given the ball to
g.i through tacklo or close to an end he
usually has to go it alone, as the men do
not realize that the eleven opponents are
buct.ng the one man and that ho needs
reduced In size, the
i-storatinn to norm
tncturoglTcs rise I
and fatal nature.
and fatal nature.
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ttt'itl CL'PIlUJal. ith cBlrka"ra FPTBtdylo cnr
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IvA2XTCAU U. CO.. Broadway and Luus Ave.. u LouU. Ho
nil tli n-ssitance that can possibly t given
liltn. lliffh bas tilenty of weisht and
fct:-)c,th to btielt tli. line, but never makes
kjIcs in that "way that nro at all propor-t'onate-
uitlt It3 ttrccpth.
A heavy team will down tho runner with
n loi:, every time that a man rani alone.
This was the reason for so many injuries
at Lebanon. Every runner was piled nt
tho bottom of a heap by tho eleven bhr
men of JlcKendree.
If Moore pets into shape br Saturday. "
ho expects to, Hljrh 'nlll havp her regular
team on the field asrainst Western, with
one exception. Er?klne. The latter will
beirln work In ten fitys, ns hH physician !n
fonr.etl him jesturduy that his knee tvouIlI
be well by that time.
THAI THAT LIVED l))G MfillT.
flry Goods Men Form a Footbnll Clnb,
Practice Fixe Mlantea and Disband.
New football teams spring into existence
In a night, nnd the following day decide
that their prospects aro not very bright, and
then consolidate with somo eleven that has
a chanco to remain on earth for a full sea
son. I'hll Smith. Clarence Gamble and AL.
Ktliy. all well known as good school play
ir.t a ear or so ago. are now employes
ot a wholesale dry-goods house. They
thought il a gooil Ideu to form a football
tfnm under the firm's name, and when the
eleven men had been gathered, hied them
selves to Cabanne to have a littlo practice
with the Cabanne Club team.
This took place last night, beginning at
half past s o'clock. At twenty-five minutes
to 3 l'hll .Smith agreed to play with tho
Cabanne Club boys in a game against St.
Louis Unltcrsity at Athletic Park next Sat
urday afternoon. Gamble decided that he
would rather play with hli clubmates. and
Kelly, becoming discouraged over thu pros
I peels, quit. With the leading lights ouC the
'i price of football stock took an awful tum
i We. The latest reports from Cabanne, at
twenty mlnuten to !. stated that the Cab
. anno Club had all of the dry-goods players1
i The defeat sustained at the hands of
i cadets brought tho Cabanne boys oil a very
iiirii percn. a-? tney naa it an ngured out
how- thy would win the local championship.
Itealizlng that games can only be won by
hard practice, they are- working every night.
A few changes will be made in the Ilnc-up
c. ii. c. ritciMimc for koli,a.
Xcw Fominllom llcalKncd to Heat a
Ilcnxy Team Smith on Itevletr.
Coach Stone of Christian Krothern Col
lcgf Is giving his men such practice as
will be effective against heavy teams. The
School of Mines cloven is said to bo com
posed entirely of heavy men. As tho
llriithf-rs ineot tho Itoila men Saturday, no
time is belni; lost out Cote lirllllante way.
The boyj aro learning nil then? Is to be
learned about preventing gains through
their lino, while tho backs receive bard
prnctlco on end runs.
New formations are being tried by tie C
I!. C. ir.?n with the idea thnt their best
chanco of winning lies In good gains round
tho end. although they will take a crack
nt the Ilnll.1 line occasionally, and If a
wtak point Is onco found In It. the miners
arj liable to think they have run against a
Yalo team in disguise.
Smith Academy platers held what mili
tary men would call a review ji-sterday.
1'rofessor Curd and a number of tho teach
ers were r. hand to see the boys :o
through their tlailv practice. Tin- team
that meets Manual Training School Satur
day will be altogether different from tho
one that started lh" season It whlto and
red. Glazier, who was tried at ctnter. has
been placed on the scrub tenm. as tho new
man, lienson. does better work In that poil
tion. while se-.eral heavy lads are being
devt loped, who should make good as
guards Glazier was a guard originally, but
seems to lack the energy and grit to play
well any Fluce on a first-class eleven.
CIIAU.nMlE TO THU TIGKRS.
"WnrretiKliuri; AViints to Meet Colum
liln fin Ita Orrn Grounds.
tVarrensburs', Mo., Oct. IC The Warrens
burg Normal football team returned this
morning from Columbia, much pleased with
the showing made against tho Tigers. They
are anxious for another game with the
Tigers, and ore of the opinion they are
justified in asklns a return game, havtmr
pla)d on the Tigers' grounds last year
and this year. Before yesterday's game the
Columbia manager was eager to play a re
turn game here next Monday, but after tho
narrow escape from defiut, changed his
mind. gllng as an excuse that they had a
game with the Kansas City Medics Satur
day. Warrenburg has a game next Satur
day with Fort Scott, and Warrensburs
challenges the Tigtrs to play on Normal
grounds next Monday. October 22.
TOM G.M.I, f;ili:it IIFFHATHD.
Colors I.oTTcrei! IR-fore the Canadian
Xew York. Oct. It Leonard Hamlsnn, the
Canadian crack bllltardUt. defeated Tom
Gallagher, the veteran, In the cecond game
of the three-cornered fourteen-ineh balk
line tournament by a score of ) to 1st
to-night. Gallaghtr was to play m against
his opponent's 20o, but Hnmlson won out
easily without tho aid of any handicap.
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A Jaccard buli.l!nj Office bcure: ) a. m. 19 t
r- m. Wedaesday and Saturday p. m. Bondaji '
30 to 1.
Hamiaon's showing- was a surprise to local
players. He mado several good runs ot
thirty-nine and thirty-five, and In tha
fourteenth Innln? had but one to p. with,
a grand avtraxe of twelve. With twenty
six to go In the fifteenth he ran off a total
of sixte-n. In the following- Innings ha
rolled up a total of nine, but missed hla
final shot. The next three Innings Harxusort
failed io rccre. but In the twentieth, made,
a clever cushion rhot. scoring- 20(X
Mutch Gone of Tenpins.
The Mlmlwrs defeated the Post Office tears.
In a match cams of ten ptss last rdirht. the
indoors SHcurinr the eDtlrtt series. Hohenrar
ten and Bohn were the atarnerformors for the
Windsors and Vorel and Tslalle axcelled for.
the Post Oftlce te-tra. '
Windsors. roet Office.
Xarae. To'b At. Kama. TtL At. .
V-A.n ....... 471 17 1-1 Vonel .. 42. 14 2-J-
f-nlliito 421 149 1-3 Die 231 111 1-3
A. Unde'n 24 m 1-3 Connors ..... 3X7 13
HoVnsar'ii i 1C 1-3 Thlelle -. . 'f US -$
U I-lni-n. 411 147 Ilunder 3S3 137 2-a,
aci u ,
Comptona 4. Imperials 1.
The OwtiMlwm of the West FiiX CTm-VeiX TT&fe
Z.(erue won four tramee frexn trie Imperlala cfl
the Cava lle lat nl?ht. Klleforth totaled 71
lr the Initial came, and flnlthej wlta an ar-erac-
of 33 4 5. leaainsr the Comptons. Dowllns;
cxctiled for the Imperials. Score:
lm pert -Us.
i"f-me. Total. Ar.
Spencr .. ..154 5? 4-S
McCauuhn ..31 4 3-5
Shumati ....Ij7 33 2-5
Kinder .. ..1.-S J 3-5
Donilrg .. .ZV, 47
Name. TotaL Atv
Winter .. ..248 4J 3-5
H. F. Retn..3W 39
II. I itetn..Ht 3 1-5
Croenn .. ..! 27
Klleforth ...3C9 W 3-5
Totals ....W.7 41 2-Sl Totals ....IKS 43 S i
nKXNETT IVAJfTS JOCKEV COnCltX.
Mink Played llaxroc With Mr. Anil'
Georgt" C. Dennett Is negotiating for first
call on Jockey Coburn'g services. Coburn is
St pnent with S. W. Street, who developed
the lad on the Canadian circuit last sum
mer. Street secured Coburn from W. It.
Jtr.nlngs. who brought him east from Cal
ifornia, last spring. Atkin iz Lottrtdge, Cat.
lfornia. horsemen, claimed to have a con
tract on the lad. and tried to take him
away from Street at Detroit, but the track:
oiiitlals there decided the c.tso against
them, according to Judge Iiurke. Street has
Coburn under cngagimcnt until Novem
Kd Burrows, the owner of Orleans and.
Julietta U.. has Just purchased the use
ful 3-year-old colt Go Out. by Getaway
llzzz. from J. II. Payne of this city, and
will campaign the young animal nt New
Orleans next winter. Go Out has Improved
steadily, and his new owner thinks he will
make a handy horse at New Orleans.
Matt Iijrneg has sold the 2-year-old chest
nut colt Tammany Chief, by Iroquois
Great Annie, to John F. Schorr of Mem
phis: terms private. Tammany Chief
stHrted In the Schorr colors at Morris Park
ytsterday. finishing- unplaced In the SUver
W. C. Whitney's great 4-vcar-old mare,
Admltation. by Kingston, out of Hypocrite,
which was reported to have been sent to
England, has arrlxed nt Lrf-xinnton from
New York and was sent to JLa Belle Farm
lor the winter.