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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. JULY 5, 1902.
LARRY WILT WINS
THREE HORSE RAGE
Without Blinkers and a Burred
Bit, He Beats W. B. Gates
and Salinda Easily.
ALICE TURNER'S HANDICAP.
Daughter of Regalis Fresh and
Helped by Light Weight
Nearest Buns Away
Dale Bide.s Well."
Larry Wilt had no blinkers on his head
nor any cruel burrs ion his bit yesterday
and he did not delay the field for forty
minutes at the post. Hence, he did not
run fourth, beaten by dogs like Masterful
and he was the outsider In a three-horse
race. He iron galloping, -where every
"wise guy" on the race track figured he.
would bo last. Xow the whlchneas of the
whyfor and the whatness or the whence?
On Thursday Larry Wilt 7.13 second
choice to Tirkful. He seemed to have a
cinch on second place. Vhe horse went to
the post looking ragged and worn. He cut
up shamefully, refused to Join his field
or to break. He helped Lillian M. to delny
the start forty minutes. He broke his
bridle. There was a hood on him. There
was a big burr with tacks on it in his bit.
Assistant Starter Harris had to take it off.
They finally got the horse off, and he ran
a, bad race.
He went to the nnt: YPatnrrira-- l!Mr n n
whistle, and shining like patent leather. '
"V ou uurr were mis-sing. He worn up to
the barrier, broke In a. Jiffy, ran a bril
liant race, and won walking. He beat W.
B. Gates and Salinda as tr they we.e tiel
to a post, though Gate was a 9 to .1 fa
vorite, and Salinda w as 2 to 1.
Larry Wilt belongs to T. II. Stevens, a
lunman or mgn repute He is trained by
oiuen3s jpii, wno enjoys a nne
reputation as nis ratner. ui course, youni
jur. oievem js not to Olame lor tne colt s
bad race. He Is Just an ln-and-outcr, a bad i
corse, let Mernicsoji races were noi any
worse and Tip Leish was almos. rul'd on
for them. Hermoo is a treacnerom cl I
dog, who in his best days was a g.'o.'s m-and-outer.
He did not wear blinkers one
rtnv and rm u'ltlii,t. .t.un. th. nv. tiA i..t
TlOt refue to hreak nnf dnv n?irt t ;mrav !
like Miss Gollghtly the next. His lac- was
not half so bad as Larrv Wilt'.-, but .In
trainer, Frank Leigh, is not a big turfmn x.
He is not a breeder of Derb winners and
owner of a big stable. He has Jut one
dirty old horse, who was given to n:m, and
out of which he is trying to make a l.ving.
Senreat Ilan Away Three "lilies.
There was a. b'g time before thej((ec-ond
race. Nearest, the favorite, broke smartly.
The barrier caught Jocky Bell and un
horsed him. Nearest ran a. way three miles
and one-half before 1 eing stopped. Omelia
and Censor, the second choices. r.in lal
lacts, and Ida I'enuinoe won eas iy frum
, Polly Bixby. w tl. 'ensor a bad tbirt.
Many persons thought when Nearest ui
horscd Jockoy B:i that Judge Brady
should have followed tne precedent he set
In the Hutch Miller -.tse. at the Fair
Grounds. Hutch ML.er threw his rider, and
the boy was hurt. Mr. Brady could not get
a boy to replace him, so ne ordered the
horse scratcned and declared bets off.
Mr. Brady explained the apparent Incon
gruity by sa ng that the reason b
scratched Hutch .Miller and declared bet
oft was that he could not get a buy 10
ride tho horse. Could he hae done so. in
would cot have declared bets off.
Those who plaed Nearest could not
the point. To them horse and riac- an-
component parte. Their horse was injur a I
by running a-vay. Hutch Miller's i d.k..:;i ',
were lnjuted by having tneir jockey ihi..wi. i
hy, tnen, figured ue N tares: people, .were I
bets diojered off In the Hutch Miller case I
and let stand la the Nearest case?
After the race Bob Marks claimed Near
est from J. li. Hughes. She is a 7-year-oid.
and waa in for $M, which with first
money made her cost Mr. Marks J7U0.
Alice Turner IV In a Stake liner.
The Independence Handicap irar v.on by
Allct Ihirner. Helen Print js Second, and
dgardo third. A'.x 'lapr ran a brilliant
race and was fourth.
Alice Turner, the winner, was th- ex
treme outsider at 15 to j. Vi'a; Taper nl 3s
was the favorite, while Salve and Prosiwr
La Gal were held at Helen Print was
ea good as S to L Kalhr was hId at 10s.
Every horns in the race had lloeral .-up-port.
Kaffir led to the mile, followed by
Alice Turner. Froaper La Oai. Wax Taper.
Edgardo and Heren Print.
At the mile Kaffir quit, and Alice Turner,
favored by the light weight, went on. Wax
Taper made a bold bid here ond went up
last. Edgardo also Improved his "position
-Helen .Print stumbled and almost fell
here, but, recovering, began a run that
landed her In second place. Salve found
the sharp turns bard to make and fai'd
away to last place; where he stavtd.
The light weight helped Alicj Turner and
ahe breezed home. Helen Print came with
a. great rush, but too late. With n good
rider tip she would have wen. Kdgardo
finished fast and was a good third.
The race was a brilliant and exciting
one. even If the contestants were not of
Ttry high class.
.Dale rode a bad race on Censor and two
brilliant ones on Randazzo and Terra In
cognita, winners of the fifth and seventh
To-Day' Delmar Entries.
First race, aelllng. six furlongs:
Xxt BuraeU'a Walk- 34)5 Chamlnade M
aay .: 194 23S Quicksilver Sue. 92
335 Era So szt Will Fay ICE
251 Hurryv...... 1 3J3 Fred Hesslg.-...19l
25 It0."! IJJ'ht s5 224 Kate Freemsn..l92
tit Nellie Bawn.... 1(6 Thlibe 101
344 Bill Fritz 9
Sacond race, pnrse. four and a half furlong?:
51 Lazarre 185
379 PettUohn 191
.... Pickets 119
311 Rose Geranlum..HS
175 Caelana 1M
HI De-jceful 110
311 Crime 1
liey Trade 109
Deer Hunter 105
Third race, selling, six furlonxs:
33 Jchn Gitgrby.. .1(9
377 Loiter 1G7
9 T'ttrp 194
ts The Boer no
.. . Th Menfenger..l0
278 'Kiss Quick.. . . 89
eso. .... .-.li
253 Weird IK
173 Louis Wagner .101
I2 LAdas 103
251 Mr. Mulkey 104
Fourth race, selling, one mile and twenty
335 Masgle CJopton. 9- 22) Kavarlno Si
41 Orris lot 32S Precisely II
4M4) Brown Vail, 101 (rs) Tragedy 101
OtspHerodes 32 (29) Federalist 101
JW Belle Slmpsoa...l01 254 Kitty Clyde.... ..104
7 Varaer 84 33) Sea RoYcr......iQ5
Fifth race, handicap, six furlongs:
Peter Durya....l03 J Ode 8S
25 Amagari 80 1 303 Buccleuth 9
.-. Doctor Cave.....l0i 2S Lasso w
255 Banta Ventura.. S 3tl) Miss OollghUy.. 17
sixth race, selling, aeren. futlocgs;
388 Blue, Mint 1 2S1 Revoke 104
325 Broodier ........ M 304 Bweet Dream.. JOS
.... risle Bramble. .1C1 (327) Eva's Darling... S3
l, V'PU.S?.: , ') Verify .ia
2, i Weber J0J 2U El Ghor 105
2t Mlzzoura las 294 Lofter .105
Seventh race, aelllng. one mile and an eighth;
314 Bothnell J05. TS4 El Moran 105
3M Deloraina 101 in incoehee 105
22 TIckful ........109 3X5 Terra Incognlta.155
Cardozne .... so 39 Omelia ......... .103
IS S?, IgT 335 Rentier P. 103
Ermack ESj SOS Kunja . ;o7
Apprentice allowance claimed.
The Republic's Selections.
First Race Fred Hesslg. Lain Flight. Thlsbe.
second Race Rose Oeranlam. DeucefuL Mar
chioness. Third Race Lcala Wagner. WUd, John Grigs
or. Fourth Race Orris. Herodes. Federalist.
Fifth Race Buccleuth. Amagari. Ogle.
Sixth Race Lofter. Sweet Dream. Revoke.
Seventh Race Terra Incognita. Rrmack. Kunja,
GOSSIP OF THE QtlARTEItSTHETCH.
Delmair Troolc Excela for Purposes of
Observation Horses Ran to Form.
Delmar Park Is the best race track in the j
country, spectators can see even breath
the horses take. Every stride Is -visible.
Every motion the Jockey, make Is plain,
It is a good track tor horse, soft and
easy on them. Last year's meeting waa the
best ever run In America, in point of form.
Tela year's meeting bids fair to be as
liOOE at yesieraajrs races, xnree long
shots, Ida Penzance, Alice Turner and Terra I
Incognita, won. Looking at this race, and I
the orevlous race, ther ran thev had ex. I
celient chances to win. (
Ida Pesxancc had been leading good
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
DELOIAR JOCKEr CLUB SUMMER MEETING. July 4. Fifth Day. Juc'ge. P. A.
urady; Starter, A. B. Dade. Weather clear; track fast.
"dy First race, purse $330. for maiden 2-year-old colts and geldings, five furlongs:
l" 1 Betting.
H ) v 8. F. JoAeys. Open Clou PI.
1'H I V P T. Walsh ... 5-J .2-
" 1 4 2h rie . ,, ,!
ii4 itraaK uuiiock ....lis s , , V , P 3' T. O'llrum... S-3 tl-J 11-JO
I" St. Vltu 1 113 12 2h 3" I 34 4" O'Neill '2
" JTfce Advocate , 1U C I- J 5" Ri I' T. Kan- ... 19 1J
1JI .iiarry O-ittlth .... M '1 1 I 2'i ' ! 2J4 f Feuotleroy.. C 1
. .. ;Judg Cantrill . ,. 119 Is T T ( I tl V Dowtlr.B .... H l:
.... IThe Wizard ' US 1 t V ! I Th $ M. Thorap'n. J 19
SIT Hlrd SlMrr , MS 1 11 II li j f ' Prince 41 f '
H-t Ge:nany ! i ; 19 1' , I0 I 1 lO" A. Weter.... 2 3 J'
255 IAra , M5 i 7 1 Mi 1 s ' 11" 11 J. O'Connor.. 2J 5 ;
ll.oco.-o IK I It I 12 ' 12 ' 12 ! II ILuehra ' H
Start crod Won easily: -eend nrt third driving to the limit. Winner. Stubb. llro..' ch. c,
2. by Dorian Quadruples. Pettlloha wa n- his g-od behavior to-day.wa. eft well ran a klnl
race and was !ury. r.otor Kammrrer showed luipravement- Frank Bullock Is a s.ow b-glener.
but clt-ed fat: h will tr a Rood lt ovr a 'dltane.
TlrSV-:';'-. IH. -jr.. :sv.. 1KSU
?econd race, purse IS"1), for 3 - year
I I 111 Betting.
Ind I HOUSES. Wt.j S. M H ; S. F. Jockera. Open Cloae Fl.
115 Jda Ferzince J ., !Y' 4 T7 l'V I 1 IS ! Wbr ... J J
1S Pollr Bftby 1S).... Ill I 5 V rr Ii ? ISctilly J
S!5 jCeaicr () 114 S 7h S ' I S' 14 iOal. J U-S 1
III 'Ran'om OS) ' 1 I T S'- i SH 0 Torooklna ... 1. Ij 1"
.. . JHaztl H. C) I 1CJ ; J 3ii V " I 2 I' inonllng .... M
Sri lOmella t ' ! i x f T in. Watson.. 4 . :
.. . Ferreno 3) ! 95 I ' J ! i V Icrabb IS W 1j
r9 'Jim Turner ;.... 101 ' 1 4 ;'-! I 8" P IC D'nnrr ... TO 89
Mttlo CSImet (i..; 1 S J i I 3 'KattlMe SI 10 -1
214 Xeareit ti Ill I I I (Bell -S T-5 1-1
Ran away three mile.. . . , . .
Burt rood. Won e.l!r: second same. Winner. ." O'Neill & Co.' b. m.. 4. by Flrale :
Penzance Miss Ida Ida liked the fponzy track. v -l! Imn-ilci and won cleverly, l'olly ran
to ter Mrm and coateited It stoutly at the end. Cnw wa baJly ridden, lost xrooml In early
Fart, but elssed atrongly. Ransom ran an extra Bool race lor hlra. Omelia was :t In ber Iml
Time -.13. M. 7. :?. lrfSVi. uittL. l:
Third race, purse i300, for 2-year-olds,
S U H
1 l' l
3 S'H 2
a 7 2'
7 4' l
5 S 4h
S 7 f
2 fl 7 I
'19 10 14 I
Kiali of Nltht..
liridal March ...
Uttle Iaac . ..
Kilmon Cliff- ..
Slert g.wd. Won eilly: second same. Wlnrer. W. It LnnflnK'i b. .. 2. by Un Strome
Km-na Iuli. Ben broke smartly, nieuroej a aafe lead awl waa best. Helen ran a plucky race
and finUhed sturdily. Fla.fc of Nlht has a rare tura of speed and hung on belter than uuaL.
2o:tle "bowed sjd under an earr ride.
Tine 1S1. ili -. :4. l:L 1:11.
Fourth race, the Independence Handicap, one mile and three-sixteenths', J1.5X)
Wt, S U 4
M 6 2t V
ii 4 4nk 4
S3 u "Sh
169 7 7 7
M 1 S'H V
s 3 i :
! 1H 2 t' '
.Alice Turner H)
lllelen Print tJ
lBdtanlo (5) ...
'Win Taner ..
i;rocpr La Gal (4)
'Salvo (4) ....
Start rood Wen eaelly: second same. Wtiner. Martin Patton's b. m., S. by Ro) alts
Lady Olrde. Turner ImDroved by ret and In very light, fund the sort track pleasing: was well
rated and won as she pleased. Helen Print ran an excellent race under a eak rid: she
Mumbled turning Into the "treteh and might have won but for tbl accident. Ed gat 3 was
well ildden and ran a good race. Wax Taper ae well rldJen and ran an Improved race. Pros
per La Gai wanU a very hard track t do hl bt- Itafar tad speed, but stopped. Salve ran
a disappointing race; !k mi well played bv hij r table
lime OJi. :2i dt. Ol. 1:SS;. 1:17. 1:SJH. 1: 2-"L
Fifth race, purse $150, for 2-ycar-olds
i I I Betting.
Ind. I HORSES. Wt. S. U H K) S. I F. 1 Jockeys. Open Cloae PL
itz iRandazzo f7) liT; 3 t 4r.k IS Dale . J 3 -S
272 'Sam Lazams 6).. 19C t 12 16" V ' i S-HlHIgglns 12 f
SH Fred He-!g Hi.... 17 I S P 6' . S'h.BaltUte V l
S14 I11cr7) 12 C 7 J , J' iBMl., 4 5 2
... Weird i7 ' I'fi II 3 V 2' JnoiFauntleroy.. i 7 3
32! 'Inoz 4 1I 8 3" 1" I'M h A. Weber.... 15 2S 19
33 'Ko-ert W. (2) l- i 4 4co Ih Jh j 7 tpaucur .... JO IS
2L Jchn Grigsby -5).. lift- S 9.-.K Sak Th j M jTrozfer ..... 13-S 11-5 U-10
273 Fre Crfnaae ?... IK I S Ink 4 54 T. Walsh.... W j 1
327 Ilebtals C t 1M 1! 11 11 II 1 19 T. Kane . IS 20 I. 19
227 -Sunr. 4 1 147 I 19 12 1! 12 j 11 Golden U 3
2C7 Wbaelns .71 ' 19 ' 7 5'4 5' UY. I 12 It. OBrlen.. M 3J I 12
Itart iood. Won easily rcond same. Winner. IL Jones's h. h.. .. by WhUky Jacket
Maml Hunt. Randazzo was meant M-day. given a irood ride and finished fast. Sam Lazarus
was given a very bad r!d. came last at the end and vt&s belt. Fred Heetlc showed tcaiarkabl
Improvement and ran a good race. Flop raced well and closed fast. Weird stopped under a bad
ride. L-ncx showed creatly Improved speed. Robert W. bad an easy race. John Grigsby
ran a bad race.
Time :124. -Z. :JiH. :. 1U. 1'IT.
55T Sixth race, purse J100, for 3- ear-olds and upward, one mile and u quarter:
" " I I I I Betting.
I-d. nORSES IWt. S U H K S. T. I Jockeys. Open Close; TU
ZX I.trrv-Wilt (3)... : S , 1 Enk Vno IS IS 1 o'fm 17-2 7 1)
KW W It. Gatea IE)..! 1S2 I 3 3 -Tz 1 2b 2 t (BaUlsta .... 1 J 1 1
U Salinda (7) 199 I 2 1' 1 I I 3 3 Ibtll I-S I I-S '
S-tait good. Won easily: second same. Winner, T. H. Stevens's b. c. S. by Wauswortb
fin v i'rre. Larry Wilt seemed to relish the change from blinkers, was rood at the post, full of
rrn ev- !'ere and was easily bs;t. As a form reversal It was in a claa by Itself. W. II,
ti-.ri tv irs wide In stretch, but did lis be?:. Stllnda did not seem to relish the going.
TlTie-:lJ4. :2S4. OS. 2Z. 1:NS. 1:174. 1. 1:4JH. 2aS.
?? Seventh race, purse SK"), selling, for 3-year-olds and upward, one mile and sev
OOD enty yards: '
Wt. S. U li ?i ) S. ) F j Jvcky. ' Oprn.USf n
rra Inwmnlra. i)l 19Z 1
"a .. .i i !. m
i Ufipiciciis- icf ..-
ITenny Uelle ...-, in
iPharaob iZ) ...
OrIanalD 5 ..
tKcchest?r Ot ..
... 195 1
Start goo.1. Won In a card drive of two. winner. i a. Arnold & Co.'s ch. g.. C. tr Terra
CctU- Utopia. Terra Iff. had met life at end. Too far for Chanterelle, Pharaoh weakened
under pressure. Ter.n Utile weakly riddn ana Bell waa suspended Indefinitely
Time :(S. :17. A). :CV i5Vi. 1:U. 1. 135. 1:45. l:j.
hordes tp to a mile.
i amprnnv a mr- .;
ieven f urongs. With Nearest out of It.
yjll.TZiiiX Hi tx ivuia. vw.i-...... ....w. u f
beginner. Ia Penzance was the natural
Ullltiti Cllu w-j-is-i
Alice Turner Is a mare of gocil class.
She has been used hardly, but has had a
long let up recently and freshened a- blL
This, with her light weight and the soft
tck to help her bad legs, gave her a right ,
to win. ane always coco r.at it -.--
. .... ..v.... ...... ...... ..v. r...... -
uiiu rxrzit:n -fun ucvuii u 1UIIK ieu It 11J ,
then should not Alice Turner win? I
Terra Incognita has been running im- I
provca races an tne time. Tiie steeple.
chase last week about fitted him properly. !
He In a big brute and nct-di work. He got '
it In the steeplechase. He likes a track '
eucIi as Delmar was yesterday. He had a
good strong boy who can swing a norse
around the Delmar turns on him. All he
had to beat was two sprinters like Tenny
Belle and Chantrelle and a broken-down,
badly-trained horse like Pharoah. Tho
writer and many others did not see these
things until afterwards. But they are rea
sonable and Just i.nd should have been
forseen by men of keen Judgment.
But why Lorry Wilt should be allowed
to wear blinkers one day and be run with
out them the next Is one of the things
the whyfor of which cannot be seen with
the naked eye and average Judgment.
Mr. Dade Is the host starter on the turf.
Owners have been crying for a recall flag
becaute they claimed Mr. Dade held the
fields too long at the iiost. To these own
ers it might be suggested. If they do not
want their horse held ut the post, they
should see that their fellow nmtm .n.i
their horses to the post In a fit condition!
to race. xaKe me lourtn race or THursday, i
.. Inrtfl.iu T tilt.,.. . ... f . .T ' t
lor instance. Lillian M. was in a febrile
condition, and plainly unfit to go to the
poEL Larry Wilt has one eye socket In
which there Is no eye. They covered up
the good eye with a blinker and put a
cruel burr In hla mouth, which bled nlm.
Hence Lillian M. and Larry Wilt held the
field for the longest delay of the season
and hurt TIckful. on whom a world of
money was bet. and brought down upon the
Innocent head of the painstaking starter
untcld objurgations1 from the blind public
Owners that have !?cen kicking had better
form an owners" and trainers league,
which should comprise all the owners and
tralr.ers on the track. A cardinal article
of the league should be: "Never send a horse
to the post unless he is ready and 'meanL' "
The second cardinal article should be that
the, chemlcz.1 company shall be visited reg
ularly or not at alL If these articles are
observed owner will have no cause to com
plain or aeiays at tne p
always readv. trvlna- and
much be said of the owners he has to deal
Every one who knew one horse from an
other knew that Hermoso was an utterly
unreliable old dog, even In his best days.
Hence, every' one expected his bad race, aft
er his good one the other day. Judge Brad
gave Tip Leigh, who undoubtedly is as bad
as the rest no worse, no better an awful
wigging about It. No harm done. Yet Her
moso shows not half such a reversal of
form as Harry Wilt, who had on blinkers
ana ourrs -one aay ana neltcer tne next.
But no one hears of Mr. Stevens getting a
wigging about It. Undoubtedly Leigh was
trying Just as hard as Mr. Stevens for he
needed the moner hadlv and Mr. Stevens is
wealthy. Then Larry Wilt Is a fresh young
3-year-old, while Hermoso Is an old "til
of bad character since his ;-year-old form.
Judge Brady took every one's breath away
after the last race yesterday by announcing
that Jockey Bell had been Indefinitely sus
pended for an unsatisfactory ride on Tenny
Belle. Bell has been rated as the best bov
j at the track and has always been regarded
u Is iaiKhat Mrimdy ha'bee? wttch
him for some time and has not been Im
pressed by the character of hla riding. The
Writer has had lmslicit confidence in tho
honesty of little Bell and bis undeviattng j
I camesiness. .ne loo, cnances 10 win mat
no other bov nt the track would taVa sit
ways seemed to be alert at the post, eager
to get off. a good whip rider, a lad to take
" -V ZI5 L TZ .-JZ . ..T n "
chances In a big field: In short, the writer r
regarded him as a corking good rougb-and.
ready, bustling kid ox the Tommy Burns
- olil and upward, seven furlong":
five and one-half furlongs:
S-S J 3-5 I 7-11
I J. O'Ci nncr .
s iers" ..
7" llalr ....
K 1 I 4
M , 7
4 7 j J-2
4 7 I 5-2
3) il i :)
10 10) I
S 'A.W. Booz.r
JO A. Weber.. .
1 IC. Bcnner...
3 U. O'Connor.
7 ITroxfer '
and upward, six furlongs:
cirinn va-a.Aa iry.. .. .
stripe, when Burnt was his
quite a surprise to him to hear that he had
wvi rci winii lur SUpiCiOUS ridlnK
Bell has been riding fir and Is under eon.
tract to J. K. Hushes. Sir. TTilirha.. I.
bookmaker, who enjoy- a good refutation.
Hat If Dell Is guilty Mr. Hughes should
have knowledge of It and the Investigation
ShOUIft not nrf tcUV. V7Alf. w
Hell I- culltv Mr iin.hi.'.iiLj i..!5 I
!K;metninc about It.
e sr ri?5 5Lsfr usir.
ncr uiu i.oi cioreiy ooserve Heirs
renny Relle and cannot ur what
like. In his rSpI nion i ihl did Tn2t
do better that, ?uh third. a"nd
. ...- jtt iriuij
ihat she did.
K',i th?L hc. thuKhl " wok the mare
back without reason once or twice.
A little boy was wandering by the com
bination book, when the whole plazazsus
raps to him.
"Come, on sonny, spend a dollar." says
a blonde voice. It Is the vi- -nHii, th.
loud lingo and Ig always busy with the !
"How- mucn will you lay me be Ida Lcd
ford. Tom Collins and Branch to win?"
vays the meek laddie.
Two hundred and fifty to five," figures
the bleached bazoo. In a trance.
Tm on," says the kid.., He never wakes
the voice p.
mis winners come breezing home. The
; 6 ; 3no Zk t Jno Dal j 5 J . .,.5
! 4 J 3' 4 4 t 4. jT. K.nt I 3 7-2 li
e 4' j :s i- I J1 I 7 tBat:llU I 19 I IS I S
"2 V -- - - ,.. ..aiAIl . I I H A
man wun ice ercxiae pipes nad to borrow i " r-era jecroy cons as eligible, and the re
to pay oir. The kid took the ltd off a laugh J1" brought out as victor the colt which
that shook the betting ring, and mlzzened hau come In third In tha big event on
away with his money, leaving the book- June 2L Under the conditions n' th race
maker looking tike Charlie Foollshface. I Aladdin had seven pounds the better of the
T ..-111 HAnA.cIf .... .... 1. . .1 . n7ll.)lf ... .wan.... V t.l. ... .L
to fill tho aching void In the cash box left
by that one-winner combination.
i ,,i. nrcn?iiAii; tc 14EA.t; Ul ilirCC WeegS '
"Foul, Judge, feul" says Cliff Kennedy
nrter the second race on Monday. "Did you
. .. . .. a . ... . .. ...jw..
ul hand Florrle those packages i
ch?" Mr. Kennedy owns Klor- -
In the s:rt
"The condition of the track Is fo bad that
everything gees. Mr. Kennedy." savs Judge
Brady. He sheered off and left Cliff stand
ing en the Ice. Clifford was pretty close
to wearing the dress In which he Is to be
graduated out of the maiden class. Now
It Is postponed a year.
Mark Gumoerts said yesterday that Lu
nar Is not doing much since he had her
2filfci?ut he. pxpcc,s 8ta" her shortly.
Since Shin cut Sweet Dream off when she
was winning, since Tragedy ran her an
S?ai!r.f.ood raSe anl beat her. and since
TIckful won from her In the mud. Mr.
Gumberts feels that the hand of Fate has
poln.t,ed .!!. nIF" at him. nnd said to the
world: "Sic blm. "m--...." it. '... i
id capable: Can fas U?nn 'tr.f5.!.ec?na!' and ,a fourth toT Mm.
L.K.....,',W."J the loon to Lunar and Doctor
AS A DETTIXC PROPOSITIO.V.
Fred Hesslg, Hose Geranium and
Terra Incognita Should Win.
It Is a real pleasure to go against the
i aces at Delmar after a vain struggle with
those at the Fair Grounds. They run so
well at Delmcr and you ran see them so
well that If you cannot beat them there
you cannot hope for success anywhere. The
Republic Invariably told lis readers that
the races at the Fair Grounds were hard to
beaL -Non- the races at Delmar look easy.
Fied Hesslg is a nasty ln-and-outer and
ric worth 30 cents, but on his race yester
dar..ne S5!1 win the first event to-day
SSfHr: L,. ha. rannot make good. Lulu
Flignt will. Lock for t good race from
Thisbe and Erne.
-Rose Geranium will win the second -race
away off by herself. This one seems to b
la ir she gets off. Deuceful ran a good race
last time cut and la a grand-looking filly.
Caelana will be In the money.
Weird ought f o about do to-day. She had
Wed yesterday, but stopped. Loiter and
John GrigBby will be heard from. Loiter
at a price will be worth a good bet three
The horse that beat. ri-H wrtn hiv ,.
fourth race The track may be a bit soft
fur Ur. viblo's cure, but she should win
- .: -. v -
easily. Precisely and HerodM will go well,
but Orris looks best.
The sprint Is too hard to tackle. It Is h
ease of 4 to l and take your pick. Every
horse, but Doctor Cave, has a chance, and
he may be back to his old form. If he Is
he will win.
Lpfter without HIgglns and Sweet Dream
S!ll..hu.,'.tle toT h goods In the sixth event.
W ell ridden. Lofter will win. If she Is not
well ridden Sweet Dream will get all the
Terra, Incognita seems to be In now In
thn seventh race. This looks like the beit
thing that ever happened. TIckful. Ermack
and Kunja will fight for place behind him
MAJOR DAIXnnrtFIELD IX A ItOMP.
Lowered Track Record lo Annex the
New York, July 4. The Lawrence Reali
zation, the richest 3-year-old stake In the
East, was run to-day at Shtepshead Bay
and 30.CO persons saw F. C McLwee &
Co.'? Major Dabigerfleld, favorite in the
betting at I to 3, win in a gallop and lower
the record of one mile nnd five furlongs
from 3:S3-5 to 2:473-3. There were origi
nally seven stsrters for the Realization,
but Yankee and Master Man were with
drawn earlier In the day. leaving only five
to battle for the purse.
Major Dalngertleld was always a con
sistent favorite for the race, while the
Whitney entry Goldsmith and Sllpthrirt.
was second choice at 5 to 1. The start was
fair. Juvcnatls broke In front and showed
the way to the main track, where The
Rival moved up and led the field by a
lergth. Passing the st3nJ the first time
Major Dalngerfield was third. Turning In
to the back atretch. wonderly on Juve
natls sent him up to the leader and he
and Tho Rival raced together to the
stretch, where Odom. on the favorit. sriit
him after the Held nnd soon placed him
In front. Among the cheers of the great
ciowd Major Dalngerfield galloped ncme
an easy winner by five lengths, with The
Rival second and Goldsmith third. August
Relmonfs Mizzen was badly beaten In the
double event to-day. He wa a favorite
at 3 tc S. but finished a poor fifth. Whlte
eliapel. from the Keen stable, won from
J E. Mndden's W-to-I shot. Whorler.
Mirrpslirnd liny Summaries.
First race, the Independence Steeplechase, full
course, about two miles and a half Georee W.
Jenkins. 1 (Hay). 13 to M. wan. Rowdy. 141
F A. Clark). to i. second: Somerset. 135 (G.
Green). 12 to 1. thinL Time. S 19 Topmast. Miss
Mitchell. Adjidaumo. Rising Sun and Fertile also
ran. Rowdr and Topmast coupled in betting
Second race for 2-year-olds, selling. Iat fire
furlongs of Futurity course Minotaur. 102 (J.
Martin). 12 to I. won: Van! Arm. 99 (Itice). 12 to
J. second: Jce Cob. 117 iT. Burns). 15 to J. thirl.
Time, lrtl 4 5 Doctor Saylor, President. Jack
o Lantern. Lord Turco. Ncciiugow. Dark PTanet.
1-ort Wayne. Mount Hote. Irsne Mac. Southern
Belle. Damon. Taaul SouM. Brunen!ale. Rd
Knlcht and Mennentleld also ran.
Third race, for all ages. hlgVwelcht handicap,
six furlongs Curpldor. lit dMom). 7 to 1. won:
Connecticut. 1(1 (MeCue). S to I. second: Sittre.
114 (WondrIy). 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:12 3-3.
Oclawaha. Ilohn. Knight of Ithcde.. Colonel Bill
tinrjirer. irrn L.md?rr. uracen and Alard
Scheck also ran.
Fourth race. th double event, for 2-year-old",
six furlir.ir Whltichapel. HI (Shaw). 3 to L
wnn- Whorler. HI (Redfern). 4) to 1. reread:
Mexican. 129 (T. Burns). 25 to 1 third Time.
114 3 Rlv-er Pirate. M!zra. Colden Maxim.
Prediction and Janesrav also ran. Whit echs pel
and Prediction coupled in bettlnj.
Fifth race, tte Lawrence Realization, fnr 3-vear-oM.
one mile and five rurlones Major
Dalnrerfleld. 123 iridom). 1 to 3. won: Th Rival.
'I1. '-L Martin). 24 to 1. second: Goldsmith, 121
A. Tumr). i to 1. third. Time. 2:17 3-5. Ju
J.Mi?;.an, Sl'Mhrtft also ran. Goldsmith and
Sllpthrift coupled 1 1 be'tlng
Sixth race, selll-u.. cne and one-sixteenth mile,
en turf Kallf. 1M (Rice). 3 to I. won: Ascen
sion. (Redfem). S to 1, second: Cornwall.
(J Martin). S to 1. third. Time. l;U2-3. The
Amazes Alack. Nurget. Jack Demand. Gulden.
Gibson Light and Ilosslgnol also ran.
To-Day'a Slieepahrad Day Entries.
First race, serea hcrdles. one mil- and three-
Semper Isa ....
Doctor Riddle .
Star Chamber 154
McGrathlana Prince lil
King's Favorite l
t'-conl race, one mile and an eighth:
..JH1 Keynote .
Third race, sslllng. fiye furlongs:
Onqueralil l'rn-amatlst 95
Mrnnreld W2 N.axus 93
At-umada il War Cry 93
-vrter Mrht 10) R.ihblret 90
Faxnj JW Wilful t
Repld Si IFUmtovant 87
Fourth race. Brighton Handicap, one mile and
(.old Heels 121 Mornlngrlde in
PJnes 123 Pert Royal... loj
Iicrterr ..12L Konhern fur. 91
Ten Candles m pttra II
Water Cure 119 Keynote SO
Arcrecor .. jovJ
Fifth race iix furlongs:
..mi Birch Broom..
17 Anna Daly ...
Sixth tav telling, urw mile and a sixteenth:
. . 5s
Sbeepaliead liny Selections.
New York. July 4.-Selecthn:
nHI?1 "ce-tar Chamber. Marylander. Doctor
Race Bonnlbert. Swamplands. Key-
ThlM Bsee Warte Nlcht. finqulvalll. Tagus.
lourth Race Arsregor. Gold Heels. Blues
Fifth Race Monte Carlo. Decoration. Anna
Sixth Race Sweet Tooth. Fatalist. Locket.
Brighton Hnndlenp Enlrlea.
New Tork. July 4 Tha Drotable .t.rt.n
n.i-ht. mi ioA..'. i li." rZ.xr." ..;":.".."
j- ' ivsssi - &??&
" " "" " " opening c; tne ungaton track
"y?."?.'-. ,r iUow:
nCS? "JZKi"- Hom: u,u"' i-5ru: I
W": Wat Cu,i: lis. laSSEc? KSSi. 9X
D O'Connor. Pttra II. i J. "Daly-
ALADDI.V AVON SHKHIDAX STAKE.
Derenleil IVyeth and Lnelen Appleby
for Rich Pnrae.
Chicago, July e. In the presence of IO.00O
petsons. G. C Bennett's Aladdin this after
noon won the Sheridan Stakes at Washing
ton Park, defeating the American Derby
wiener. Wyeth. and the colt which finished
second in Uiat race, Luden Appleby. By a
singular coincidence, only three colts which
ran one. two. three In the Derbv startnl
in tu-uaj s race.
lrhlrh nnrY mne .e t.m.
"-.o".", a uiuwicu M.111 O ) fill, and
. . JV4i"". m comparea wnn L,uclen Ap
pleby. The distance of the race was a mile
and a quarter, a quarter or a mile shorter
than the Derty. Wyeth had opened In the
betting at 7 to 5 AlAddln at tn 1 .-ui
Ma... .........a.. ' . ... - . "
L.ucler. Appleby at II to 5. At post time
J j,h and Aladdin were each 9 to 5, while
"" viipieuy price remained about
Tte three colts were sent away to a per
fect start, and Aladdin at once took the
lead. He came past the stand a .engtn and
a half In front of Wyeth. Luden Appleby,
as usual, trailed behind. At the first turn
Coburn let out a link suddenly and had a
lead of three lengths before the other boys
knew what was coming. Then Lyne
pushed Wyeth. but the Derby colt did not
uiuao up me gap oetween nimscir and the
llr with any great rapidity. At the hair-l
mile pole Aladain was running srnoothl? In '
front, two lengths to the good. Around the
bend Wyeth was sent along as fast as he
tr.ousn t,yne whipped Wyeth the latter
never seriously threatened the leader, and.
In facL narrowly escaped being beaten out
for second money by Luden Appleby, who
closed strong and steady. Aladdin won by
two lengths, while only a neck separated
Wyeth and Luden Appleby.
The track was slow and the time was
20S 1-3. The total value of the stake waa
34.S. and the winner's chare was 13093.
W eather clear and track slow.
Washington Park Summaries.
First race, seven aad one-half furlcngs Marlon
Lynch. IM (Priori. 2 to L won; Uecrgs Whltner.
. (Sbeenan). it tn l. aecood: Lady cnoristtr. 1C3 !
(iiavissoni. g to I. third. Time, i:u 2-i. y. ;
uvuia . uirnirrti aiso raa. .
Second race, alv firtcsiraJ-Jsrk fs:l!n 104
(Dade). 1 to 2. wen: Fttzkaset. lZ ill:vrell).
to 1. aecond: Hanover Queen. 101 T. Dean). 2
to L third. Time, I'll 4-S. C B. Campbell and
Andes also ran.
could go. On the turn for home, he tried i and Hlcker came here to comp-l the change i a t:mo furthest from the shore having the . Ve.rns Jullui Mueller and W. H. Lamp;
to pass Aladdin on the outride, but Coburn ' Managers wnmct &mJi" J?' . spray breaking over tha bows of the ?or !h?enturTe.r Frank Koehler and 6.
.pulled out and carried his challenger J" Wi.'SffdJ ,S TO wt!? "s ,n clou,?s' w"n,an occasional douche wn.tara nT and f the Centrals" H.
(Considerably out of the way. Then. I Vrmotfa'JSer to turn W Parked and T Fox. They followed th
..jnlmjace. 2-year-olds, five furlcmes Slmunf. mpectlTely. the second and third horses.
Its ICobsrn). 4 Jo L won. Gold H1L Ml (J. . ji.her scored again later by wlrn'ng the Prln
Woods). 11 lo 2 second: Claude. i illelgeacnl. I cess Cup of 300 sovereigns tor ..-year-olds, five
4 to J, third. Time, 1: 2-. Senator JtJrriscn, I rurioaxsr on araltax.
ilabonrl. Overtaee. Egg ?Icgr. ..goes Mack Max ",rIoa- ra a
ette. Pareanr. San Hsrararsa snJ GalaT Leaf : n.i-in tyma v..Hv.
tarn ra. -iftataa. f. &. . w a
Fourth race, the Sheridan fitak-s. for S-yesr- I
-.ml .". . I
Fifth race, seven and one-half furtongr, sell-
Ing-Satln Coat. IM (Blake). 9 to i. won; Peat. I
Hi (Goborn). 7 to 1 second: Lovable. 1CJ fT.
xean). 13 to 1. third. Time. i: i-a. ryrrno.
Amirante. Semi Colon. Hoixah and Easter BC7
Sixth race, six and -e-half farlTags. sellisg
Pemolno. 100 (l.ynel. : to 1- won: Cll. 183
Dade). 2 to J. eecondr True Blue. JM (KnUtnt).
J to 1. third. Time. 1:23. Lady Bnnlle. Bednrr.
Club Crew Gets the Lemp
on the .River.
Alee. Herz. Ercest Pirhira. Qun Victoria and
Lasano alio ran.
Serenth race. mtlt. Illnjc-Lr Klcs. 19S fPer
lt). ; ta L wen: Tammanr Chief. UT ll.ync.
110 L aeeosd; Oomcaai. 101 (Beau:lunj3. i to 1,
third. Tine. l: i-i. Darbara rrlelcal. Jlar
hill Ndll and Bleand Damozel also rab.
To-Dny'a Waihlnjrton Fnrk Entries.
Ftrst race. Ave furlongy:
Will Shelly. 191
F-laih of Uxht 1
Oeorae Glbb m
Dtmonland . us
8cpnd raje. elllr. one mile and a Ixtnth:
Ben Chance 110 Siarlon Lynch 1".'
G, W. W 1 Ravenrbury K
Tammany Chief MS Vincennes 107
King Barleycorn 101 Ed Adack I
Doctor Hart 191 Hct "2
Cherished liltLou Hazel 7
- Third race, the Grat Western Handicap.
mne ana nwn:
MX Shooter lie. Hunter Ratne
Searcher 112lIJttle Feout
Nitrate 1 Firing Torpedo IIS
Hermencla .17 Vinctor 1
Fourth rare, one mile:
115 1 Hunter Ralne
.104 1 Andy Williams...
Fifth race, scv-en an.1 a half furlongs:
Bronze Wing 197
Fthr tVenlker 12
Inspector Shea H
Gonfalon - 191
South Trimble M
I Waesrtft 13
I Alllne Abbott 102
Sixth rac. six furlongs:
Vulcnln 112, n.u L. 95
Sevoy K9Wel!ey 110
IlerudUule 1W WaIn-a-Molna . .. 1-5
Jack lutlln. ......... .lW ly.lbla S
Wnshlngton Park Selections.
Chicago. July C Selections;
First Race Captain Arnold. FIah ef Light,
Second Race Ben Chance. KJ Adack. G. W. TV.
Third Race Hlldreth entry. Six Shooter.
Fourth Race Federal. Clenwater. Bragg.
Fifth Race Articulate. Father Wentker. ProwL
Sixth Race Sevoy. Vulcitn. Waln-a-Moinen.
SCIIEDL'LE WINS ST. JOSEPH DEUIIV.
Ten Thousand Person Snw llir Rare
at Luke Coutrnry Trnck.
St. Joseph. Mo.. July 4. Ten thousand
people saw Whittaker. riding In the colors
of John Simpson of Kansas City, bring;
Schedule under the wire an easy winner in
the St. Joph Derby at a mile and nn
eighth at LaKe Contrary track this after
noon. Schedule was an even-money favor
ite. It was by far the biggest crowd that
ever saw a Derby in this city. Roults.
First race. 3:M tret. purseSiik Tie won first
three heats and race; Lady D.. second. The Cres
cent, third: Shellmeg. fourth. Time. 2. 2.231..
r:2U. Lady Lewis also started.
second race. ZOt pace, parse Young Hall woo
first, fourth and fifth beats and race: Dewey
Redwood, second: Sir Juilan, third. Time. 2at'.
2:211,. 2:2V. lngo also slarttd. George Patten
and Hand distanced.
Third race. 2:21 trot, purse Harry John'oa won
first three heats and race. Bay Leaf and Con
nie divide second and third money; Kater I'rlnce.
fourth. Time. 2i5,j- 2:15. 2:1I. Little Timber
also started. Hazel Grant distanced.
Fifth race, the Great St Jorph Derby, at a
mile and one-eighth, purse 5Jf Schedule. 121
(Whittaker). even, won; RiunJ Turn. 121 (Fla
herty). 20 to 2. second. Humboldt. 121 (Walters),
f to 2. third. Time. ifX. I'ncle Samuel. Hoi
comb. Dinkey Davis. Dazlamoor. Juliette It. and
Applejack also ran.
rnzth race, one-half mile, purse Harry Bennett.
119 (Walters). 3 to 5. won. Hilly Vac. 122 (Kerry),
even, second: Jake Ward. II (Herrtnrton). 3 to
2. third. Time. .13. Wily Jlulz and Elsie Jey
BHOKi: WORLD'S RECURD.
I'orto Rico (iiiri the Qnarlrr In St)
Denver. Colo.. July 4. At Overland Park
to-day Porto Rico, Thomas Stark's mare,
broke the world's record for a quarter of
a mile against time, going the dbtanco
In twenty-nine seconds. Results:
First race, pacing Polar Wilkes won the first,
second and fifth heats and the race. Time. 2:11V
2:i:-. 2:i;. Jim Ferry tJt third Time. 2aiv
Daniel J. took the fourth heat Time. 2:17..
Stark. Jess C Helen Max. John R. Blast Fritz
and GUdeaway alo started.
Second race, trotting Silver Sign won the sec
end, third and fourth beats and the rare. Time.
2:124. 2:iSU. 2:lt,. Van Iota tork. the first
heat In 2:14K. Dudle Egmont, Kd Wlnshlp.
Congressman Sibley. McKcnsa. Vlomtta. and
(..orge W. also stared.
Third race, six rurlongs-.Urchln won; Dick
Clarkaon. second; Game Warden, third. Time.
nM?urJ.n "" "Jen furlongs-Laureata won;
I",JIS.2,00,T- second; Crosby, third. Time. 13
"ftb race. mile, over five hurdles I'oorlands
on; Chancery, second; Ilrgalcng. third. Time.
ii.'itn ract' lx furlongsAborietee won: St.
Bluff, second: Barklylte. third. TtrSe. l:li.
- rr- V -. ;" " - c. W5i,
-.. wjw,n. ccna; we Welt, tiiinl.
Ilrsolta nt Halle-.
Butte. Mont.. July 4. Results:
First race, mile and forty yards Ting-a-IJng
won; Phil Archibald, second; Sjlran Lass, third.
Second race, five and one-half furlong-Quiz
thlr5nTl -TllP' "tot"i- fnehe Shepparu.
Third race! one mile Nellie Forest won- Mc
jmira. second: Annie Max. thl-d Time. i:i7;
fourth rac six rurlr.ags The Singer wnn; Frl
delln. second: Captivate, thlnl Time. l::su.
nfth race four and one-half furlonzs Glen-len-nicg
won. Mary W. second. Hurdle, thlri Time.
Sixth race, seven fnrlecga-Nnnle won- Sea
Queen, second; Wolhurst. third Tim-. 1:31?:.
Seventh race, mile anl a quarter, over five
hurdls Coiev wen: B. Barnato. second: Rom
any, third. Time. 2:29V
Rranlta nt Fort Erie.
Buffalo. N. Y-. July I. The biggest cr.wd
which ever visited the Fort Hrle tr-k nw J.
II. Pugh's 3-year-old Silk Curd rln fie Hamil
ton Helling State at seven and one.hv'f futxmzs
(his afternoon. Meyers'a entry. Teztt. and Ad
vocator, sold a stteht favorite ov-r Si k C'.rJ but
Taxman could only finish a Itred third. Sum
niarr: First race, five furlcngs All ."ouls too. StanJ
Pat second. Sir Gallant third Tim-, lif.
riecond race, six furlenga The !.! won. Fon
eds s-ond. A!a third. Time. i.17-.
Third race, mile Easy Stnt w.-ii. "H-itlrutt
Simon, second: Bean, third. Time. inc.
Fourth race. Hamilton rHakea. tnai and rre
balf furlongs Silk Oord won. Hie Away st.ua1.
Taxmsn third. Time. 13J4
Fifth race, handicap. rnlle-Hiratresa won. St.
Hera second; Hinsdale third, rime, i:.
Sixth race, sir furlongs-J. J. T. won. Little
CMco second. Flllbu.ter thlnl. Tim 1:11V..
Sve.ith rac. steepleerise handt-a-v. short
enure" Hafvlee e Klnglorg aecond, Yerna
K. third. Time. 321'i.
Light Hnrneaa Rncea.
Cincinnati. O.. July 4 Oakley's only day of
light harm as racing brought cut a large crowd.
The feature of the afternoon was the pacing
of New Richmond la the 2:99 class. The Urst
stallion won both heats easily and mi pulled up
to a walk In the second heat, going the route
In 2:CU. the nrit half in IMS.
Tbe events were at one mile, best two In three.
liesnlu: . . .
First race Beaumnrt won In straight heats.
Time. 5:15. 2:1CH. Mar- Anna, Cubanola and
Wealth also started.
Second race Zephyr won In straight heats.
Time. 2:17'-.. 2.13'i. Roan Wllke. Prince Catcn.
Miss Jeenette. Miss Johnson sUo started.
Third race Cousin Madge won In straight beats.
Time 2:12U. 2:17. Ilazelwood Hal also started.
Fourth race New Richmond won In straight
heats. Time, 2:07. 2:n. Lou Vacghan. Ttr
lace Queen. Maggie Hubbard and Dan It, also
reren-on ""' "'"'"
St, Paul. July 4.-Presldent T. J. HJcker of the .
merlcan Assoclatlcn came to hu Faul to-itvy
nd settled the dispute over the right to plav
?.1t. 7.,1: F,mL.n. st. ram has hem
Ferguson Case Compromised.
S? 4t2Bl5i. Va'aiawi wS
-t-u at. mMmitm niimM Prl1T?r Innffn of
the sl Paul club refused to give up the plater
Probable Odd. on Ilrlghtou. I
: 2ih.,i m.mhr or ti iiMramiinn Tare i
.raff-hi BrCDTlllCT l-J
prominent member of the lietrmxlltan Turf
Association, who will lay the prlrea quoted
against the chances of the contestants In the
Oold Heels. ( to 5: Blue. S to 1; Port Royal, t
to 1: Momtngslde. t to 1: Ten Candles. 12 to 1:
Arrregor. 11 u 1: Watercure. 2 to 1. Herbert.
33 to 1: Northern Star. '3) to 1; Keynote. 30 to 1:
Petri II. M0 to L
Americana In tbe Running.
imdon. July 4-The Americans started the
lndon July 4-The Americans started .the
,5 ,,- to-day at the Newmarket am July
day .well to-day at the Newmarket nrrt Ju.j
-..tlnr. Wllll-m r. .vmtneys Ayr-hire iwstty.
wlih ilaher In the saadl. won tne foioourne
a.. at 21 ruineas each, with 241 sovereigns
adled. for 2-year-o.d.. five furlongs sn one hun
r.v in.1 fcrtv vards. whUe J. If. Martin and
Clem Jenkins rode Captive Pet and Kroonstad
- a.a .ra.u..i.i
Pecrla. IU July. 4Tte track was fast and
..,. --. oineer a-ia- alan atarted.
2:34 trot-Ctarley CecU won la straight heats.
Beit. time. .ISIS. Jlame O- Ozone. Allen W
klnl anrt 9ufl.Mf. alftA atartMt
2:13 pace Emma Lou wen in straight heats.
Pest time. 2:mt. W. (X Sylnston. Boanr and
Josh also started.
3:li pace Jsrsmontwon the first heat la 1:13V:
Flash B. the second, third and fourth In 2:14V.
2:l(Aa. 2:1IH. J- D, Joe Wheeler aad Pearl S.
Herbert also started.
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WESTERNS WIN THE
LEMP BARGE TROPHY
Capture Letup Plate in Opening
Aquatic Event of Season From
St. Louis Seniors.
RACED OVER A ROUGH COURSE
Centrals Get Tliirtl Tlace and Cen
turies Finish Fourth West
erns and St. Louis Juniors
l.riug Up the Rear.
Over rough waler stirred Up by a strong
wind, the Western Rowing Club's senior
crew won the barge race for the Lemp
Plate on the river yesterday afternoon.
They finished a dozen lengths In front of
the St. Louis seniors, who won the trophy
last year, after resting a strong race up
stream. On account of the unfavorable
state of the course, no official time was
Far bock of the St. Louis crew, the Cen
trals struggled in. easing up when they
aaw that their case was hopeless, and let
ting the leading crews put a wide space be
Even further back came tha Centuries,
who finished probably twenty lengths to
the rear of the Centrals, and who were
hopelessly out of the race by the time the
last half mile was entered upon. Bringing
up the rear came tbe Junior crews of tbe
Westerns and SL Louis.
At no stage of the race were the Wes
terns in danger, although the contest was
close and desperate for the first mile.
Starting from the Western boathouse at
the root of Dorcas street, the course ex
tended to tbe St. Louis clubhouse oa Chou
teau avenue, a distance of a mile and a
half upstream. A stronir win. hlowlntr
diagonally up and across the river, made
the course so rough that the crews? ahlpped
water at several stages of the Journey.
Six crews from four of the local clubs
competed. Two renresenteH th Wsstarnn
and SL Louis. The Centrals and Centuries
sent tneir senior barge sixes In for tha
trophy. Although all the crews were
greatly favored by their partisans. It was
generally believed that tho contest lay be
tween the crews which finished flr nnd
second, and between whom there was much
St. Loots Won I.nst Year.
SL Louts won the race last season, but
the Westerns put up a strong contest al
most to the finish and seemed to have a
safe Uad when their barge waa swamped
by waves raised by a pissing steamboat.
This permitted the SL Louts crew to come
In with a sale lead. On this account the
Westerns Were extremeiy anxious lo regain
the trophy this season, as they considered
it had passed from their possession last
year through a stroke of bad racing luck.
Captain frank Dummertb of the West
erns and Captain Grosjean of St. Louis bad
worked their men Into the best possible
shape and from the start It was evident
that the race would afford a tine contest,
it was nearly 4 p. m. when the barges
were made ready for tbe race and at about
4:15 they lined up for the start.
Westerns OS In Front.
Immediately upon the signal to start the
Westerns and Su Louis crews shot to the
front, gaining a lead and then swerving
In toward tbe bank to lake advantage of
the smoother water behind the bend near
Chouteau' avenue. Otto Becker, coxswain
of the Westerns, picked a good course
for his men and in hall a mile from the
t nl3 roe and in half a
start lne Westerns were In
wlt - steady and even i
JLi7.r ".,, Iii. .
behind came the SaL Louis si
i ironr, rowing
Variation in the roughness of the water
proved a handicap to two or three of the
crews in tbe race, those forced to row for
got the benefit of smooth water through
.crew was forced to null out nither .1,1. !
wi.A. onriv aiHirn gnaw faeiiiraat ,
rounding the tum below ra,n ..,. '
. ... .. .. -" -wa,4t f
avenue, wnn me. result mat tnev were
badly hampered by the going-.
One of the largest crowds on record for
the event had collected at the 8l Louis
boathouse to seo tte finish, and cheer after
cheer was raised by the Western partisans
as It was Keen tnat their crew was In the
lead. Rowing rather easily, with a safe,
lead, the Westerns crossed the line by a
margin of at least twelve lengths from the
St. Louis crew.
Hovr the Others Finished.
The order in which the crews finished. !
with their composition, was:
Weitem Rowing Club Seniors, first com- J
posed as i F- Mueller, bow; Al
Reiser. o. 2; George Diets. No. 3: J. FrI-
cay. r.o. 1; jack, xierger. 'c, 5; Frank
Dummerth. stroke; Otto Becker, coxswain.
St. Louis Seniors, second, composed of
L. Joachim, bow; H. Schmidt. No. 2: J.
Dllg. No. J: main. No. 4; H. Langhennlng.
No. 5; Louis Grosjean. stroke: B. Engles.
Central, third, composed of J. Brennan.
bpw; J. E. Flrle. No. 2: E. 11. Floerke.
No. 3; H. J. Elersleck. No. 4: W. J. Mor
haus. Nov 5: W W. Buchanan, stroke; H
A. Krueger. coxswain.
Centuries, fourth crew, composed of Jim
Araolt, bow; Dan BIck. No. 2: Will Blck.
No. 3: Barney Blck. No. 4: Otto Thltme,
No. S; Otto mmpe. stroke; H. Harre,
Wextern Juniors, fifth, crew composed of
Ted Berry, bow; Lole Miller, No. 2; J.
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JlCUUniiiif. IIK. aw - --
was given to-day at the Morgan County Fair
Grounds by the J.ckMnvtle Driving ClutL Over
iOM oeople saw the races. Gin. b. g. fltuther-fo-d)
won the green trot: ben time, 1:13. Joa
Jeke- s t. (Strawn). wen the green pace: best
tln.r'1 "is. Georgia S.. b m. (Hall), won the 3S
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n. won the Z-Xi pace: best time. 1:11. Buck
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race-best time. 234 AH races except Ue special
trotting race were In half-mile heats.
Lincoln (Inn Clnb Defeated.
Springfield. 111.. July 4. Tbe Illinois Gun anM
team defeated the team of the Lincoln dun Clu
In a 2Marget race here this afternoon. Fsca
team was c.imr"e' of four men. and tha cin.v,
scoie waa: Spfinznetd .49. Lincoln 223. The team
members were: Srnnrncld Hall. Scott. Saiit2
and GcebeL Lincoln Davta. ilcCorzalclc. Breds.
ford and Latham.
Corbel Wlna Live Bird Trophy.
Springfield, 111 . July 4. The live-bird trophy
of the Illinois club was won by 11. C (icebel oi
Jacksonville. Goebel. J. E. Scott cf Jacksonville,
and T. C Hall of Loaxnl tied on 2& slralghg
btrds. in the mlsa and out. Hall dropped, hla
sixth bird and Scott his twelfth.
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