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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JULY 12. 1902.
-Alice Turner Wins Handicap From
Glenwood and Wax Taper.
ALICE TURNER FIRST
IN DELMAR HANDICAP
Martin & ration's Good Mare Heat
Glenwood by si Nose in a.
ETHYLENE LED MISS GOLIGHTLY
Fast Daughter of Kthei (5 ray De
feated a Smart Lot of Sprint
ers at Six Furlong Zazel
Showed Impi ovement.
Alio Turner wnn the- handicap feature at
Ttelmar vesterOaj. She beat Glenwood b
a scant nose. Glenwood was much the Let
ho"-e Had not round carried him very
wide In at the stretch, entry lie would havo
won lv any number of length' his rider
rauutleroy. who rede Found, maliciously
bore Mr. McCarren's horse out. There was
no excuse for the fouL Found was badly
beaten and tired at the time. Glenwood
wak just beginning: to run. While Found
was taking care of Glenwood, C. Bonner.
!n whose favor the other negro jockey.
Fauntleroy. seemed tu be creating a diver
sion, brought Alice Turner uj on the rail.
And. imiiu; niui.li ground, won. At that
' Glenwood would probably hate won had
O'Connor kept at him all the way down
It seemed that "Jerrj" thought he had It
won and sort of tased Glenwood up a six
teenth from home. He saw Alice Turner
coming. hoKcier, and went to the bat in
plenty of time. His horse was out of his
uride He ould not make proper reply to
the d maml.H upon htm.
Miss. Gnlightly was the favorite In the
sprint After a long delav caused bj ine
outrageous conduct of Lror Belle, they
got away. Mlss Golightly ran a fast half,
but they had her at the stretch turn.
J-.thyiene thtn came with a whoop and ran
over the leader Jack Martin was baoiy
messed by T. O'Brien, but about ran hi
race. Ethylene won like a good Ally.
Mr. Kllcy mad Terra Incognita show
some forty pounds Improvement over the
form of his former trainer, Mr Miles.
Guide Itock was the favorite, though some
People said that Mr Johnson hail inriirmei
them that the horse had been hurt in his
previous races and could not be worked on
account of a bad foot Others said that
they had eeen him work a mile In l.f. good
enough to win He showed speed for a haif.
then blew up. Terra Incognita was in hund
OH the way and walked home
Ben Lear, well ridden by O'Connor, won
the 2-ear-old event handily after a smart
early drive Goudy. the favorite, got away
badly, and quit after doing well for a half.
Crime, badly mesed about, was third.
Bridul March, who went to the post sore
and stiff, ran a grand race under a poor
The Boer, a long overdue good thing,
landed the third event handily. Weird was
bungled at the itretch turn by O'Connor or
might have done better Peter Durvea
closed well under a weak ride
The last ra-e showed up Lee Christy and
y, atson as a poor combination of trainer rim
jockej Danie.s & Co. who claimed Zarcl
after beaten by Kitty Cljde the 1 .y prior,
put Batiste up Instead of Vaton. Zaz-I
walked home alone In Sidfe. a new track
record iazel bent much better horses than
IVat her Thursday, and won aw-v off by
herself Kdgardo vva making a bold bid.
when he was cut off at the stable turn.
The race that Menace, the favorite, ran.
was a fright.
To-Daj Oelmnr Entries.
Flrat race, seven furlongs. selllnc:
SlKl fp T1mh..lnl.. 01
2j Ml.. r..t. .11
Jo Brigand Queen 182
SIS SUfiman . 107
Saguenay . li
13 Delsarte 107
.$ I.ada jej
... Bed Oak . 103
Sit Carat . .. si
34., John Norton in I
VTira unlock t!7
Second race, five furlongs, gelling. I-ear-olds:
Sil Bore Geranium loo
Ifi Pearl Mendal .ion
3SS Helen Hay... . 100
Little Britain. 10)
343 frt. Vltu. . .103
j imirton Bess.lM
Ii I'ettljohn ... 17
HI Goo Goo. . . IM
Hi Jene Karris . I0O
a juage oantrni .100
Third race, six furlongs, puree. 2-rear-ol.I:
j3 .fTk- MS x utile Giant . . iw
.?. SaJl0"'" n"ra " ) Mlndora 7 . ... vn
'&' r&r Uuntr S31 Mrwal March w,
343 Daisy Haw- !(3u7l Root G. Lan-
thi-.s-nai IAS I .
3S5 CnznnHta 1M I Si3 Mndl Monarrh 102
fiAL - www uuic, etiuns. uaiconaoe
f, Arrow fflWgSg&SgS
jgHeJgnt gloMWordan JM
nfth race, six furlonga. handicap:
3i8) Bengal . . .PC 364 Valequez )
H Okla ... SS S!i St. Cuthbert . .lis
Si. Amlsarl M 333 Accolade . . M
SM Dootor Cave. S3 rrtt) Kaloe . ,10i
Sixth race, one mllg and an eighth, eeltlng:
23( Kat Freeman. 10S 32 IgnU ... .108
. Little Lola. . 10 30 Omella . 107
360 Hworttman 113 380 1V1I1 Faj- 1
Sit Kunla . 11') 348 Kl Caner . 113
Serenth race, aeven furlongn. elllre:
334 Hand n . 113 331 Verify IK
35 Mr. Mclkey.. 1 (3U Imn Oonsllla 103
(1S1) Qulekillver Sue 9 3i Klaie Bramble..l17
SM lnch . ... M 3r4 HI Xocker 114
33 Jjou Ann .. 103 314 Branch . 107
. .. Hohentaurfen .101 341 nevok 10X
Apprentice allowance claimed.
XT. i". liayeia entrr
The Hepubllc'a Selcctionn.
Flrrt Itact John Morion. Curd GUIoclc. Cant
Second Bace Pearl Mendal. I'ettljohn. Seize
Third Itacc Eallor'a Dream, Bridal March.
Fourth Itaca Croix d Or. Buccleuth. Helen
Fifth Bace Amlcarl. Okla. St Cnthhert
Sixth Race-Little Lola. Sortnnn. Omella
Eerenth KaceHI Nocker. Verlfj. !.ou Ann.
AS A. DETTIMJ I'noi'OSITIOX.
Ten of,Tvrele Iloraea In Hie KIrat
nace Ilaie n Chnncc to Win.
Larrj Kavunaugh has Skillman In pretty
good shape. The big horse showed speed
In the handicap last Tuesday. In with
such a lot as he meets to-day he will do
nell. John Morton will be a contender.
He ran a good race at sir furlongs distance
a week ago. Ho needed It to be good and
Delsarte and Ladas will both en well,
while there Is no use In denying the chances
of Carat and Curd Glllock. Saguenay won
xtirne good races last season and ran six
furlongs In l-.lMi on the Newport track.
It might be well to have a weather eje on
Red Oak. who Is not In the culoe of last
Thus we find that of twelve horses every
one but Brigand Queen has a chance.
If that excellent starter, the patient and
painstaking Mr. Dade, can get that awfull
had actor. 1'earl Mendal. awa from the
post she will win the second event. I'ettl
john is doing well now that Mr. Stubba
lias taken him properly In hand. Helen
Hay must not be overlooked. She was run
ning a nice race when Scully dropped her
head hist time out and let her foul every
one. With a good boy up Sailor's Dream Is
the best bet In the next event. He was
' coming like a locomotive thn dav that Hel
en Hay fouled him. and was very badly
ridden. Deerhunter won the race in ques
tion, but it appeared that Sailer's Dream
was the best horse. 'With a good boy up
lui is thu best betting proposition in this
Canzonetta has worked fast and wa a
hot Up last time out. She ran last. Her
bad race got her ten pound? off In this one.
Kvery little Is a help, you know. T)o not lPt
the books lay a long price against Canzo
netta. Just how good Mlndora is no on
but Mr "Williams can tell. He has nevr
been extended In any race he bas run. win
or lose. He bas lost running easily and
won the same way. He Is a grand looker
unci will probably win right back again.
Bridal March ran a splendid race behind
Ben Lear yesterday, nnd she was fearfully
stiff and sore going to the post.
At first glance the stake race looks like
a gift to Helen Print. Buccleuth's last
two or three races must be thrown out. Jt
la said that lie has lost his speed In some
way. But Mr. Hayes never starts one that
has not got a chance to win. Buccleuth's
best form shows that he can beat Helen
Print over six furlongs. Probably he can
do it to a mile. Whether he can or not re
malm to be seen.
While Actlne was raising Cain In the
sprint handicap on Thursday, the good
race in fact, the grand race. Croix D'O-
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
DELSLVi: PAIIK ItACING ASSOCIATION SUMMER MEETING-July 11. Elev
enth, Day. Judge. P. A. Brady; starter. A. B. Dide. Weather clear: track fast.
0JJ Kir-t race, purse, $300. 3-year-olds nnd up. one mile and seventy yards:
II II. Belting
lad. HOKSKS. wt. S. U U S. F. ) Jockey. OpenJCKwe, VI.
r Terra "inwsnita )!"lli"'l 2"- 4 1 rlc ! 1 .'Dale j 4 ;
i.7 Vainer (3 H 7 fnk 1 ' I - ,Hatt!to S :; I
Hi Optima 3t . .. . I V ink! l"s! V I i' iO'N.lll ; i S
33 Belle slmpfoa (:)10 3no' S", V I 1 4 IB. Murph.. . J . -
in Guide Hock Ci 10S , S I i' I I"! mol 1' 1 5' IT. Kane . .. J-: S-2 I -
23 Bumett Walk- . ' I 1 1 ,, ,
, I away (O. . . ., loo 7nV V & i C' .rauntleroy. 1 1 ; .
Kl lani Lauras 1 I 1M 1 ' ( ! ! 1 j h ! IHUnlnn I v 15
3H iVoa Luis 7). . . 1 I I 1 , ri ." ' " I S IT Vb .. . M 1 I J
Hi 'Matterful (4 .. .. 134 I 9 , , eh I !'i I 1 I ! IVMlisn ' ?i K I S
Start good VWn ra5llr; eccnd and third drlvlnK Winner. K J. ArneM . ...!. by
Terra Cotti t'topla Trrra Incocnlta displayed rirmarkalile lmproi ement In arly ipeeu in Min
er Kllej-'s Nnndi. r on hand at all utaite .trBrwoa as he pleased, amer ran en eaetllnt race
and flnfchl fat. Optimo did his bet anl well handled Belle Mmiwn swung wide 2a
the stretth Iu: ran a gtod rae an1 ! l-cut due. Guide Itock was tdalnly Jort.
Time :W. .K'4. S3. M'-. :5i. UK. !:'.. J.H. J'tt. L. Z3U S:it.
OUO Second rtce. purse. $300. for ;-jear-o;d. five furlong"::
III I Betting.
Ind. HORSES. Wt. S. U Mi I f V. Jockeys Open CIWi TL
1331) Ben Lear '19 1 4 " ! I 4 1 'J. ui-wiior: J S I -
331 B-ldal March ... Wi 1 1" I 3 lPeirinan ....I I 5" I -1
343 iCrime i l-7 I 7 7 i ! T 2"-J Hart ...! i I I S
3I7 GiHidy :l . i 3a. I 3'; 44 T VVaJeh .. S-i iS" . .-H
(IS) .Nimble Nag 143 I s I Ij il3 1 ur.nlnhom.l W ! IS I
343 illarn Grlfiith .... no I rne' ' i Ih IT. O'Hrlrn .1 II I l s
343 lllzure ..I KW K 1 ', 7' terullv ! W , K
345 illarold Parker .. 103 . 11 I I w Srauntleruy .I II It i
J" llaiih of flxht Ii 3 1 I 1" 9' ,T. Kane ...., M I IV i
J Ganllchfr . . 1 9 10 1 I 1 19" lDIe I 13 I J 13
Si. IXoweta. .. 19 i 11 11 ', It 11 iGreifUT ... I j yo ' W
Mabl Hunt .. .' IC i ' ' O'Neill . ... 1 M ' II
Left at rt.
Start grot. Won eaillj. after fharp eirlr drive: econd easily. Winner. K. J Anrid tc
Co ' t h I. bv Ben Kror-Kmim lrjle Ben was well ridden, given a nice drive an!
bel. March ws very stiff and note took time to warm up. bat came very fat In the etretch:
fhe Is a good looker and endemic a filly cf cla'5. Crime wai badlj ridden. ca uo better. UwJy
wj i oft" badl). nade up cround and tired.
Time .l;j. -i4. a',. :u. 1.03.
OUy Third race, purse. $3(0. six furlong, selling:
i II B-ttlng.
Ind. HOBOES. jwt.j S. J 'i I i S F. Jockeys. Open . TU
IIS .The B.r II) . i IK I i i1 ?" , V 1' A. Weber ... 4 I 4 ! I
7B Peter Durjea 5) i I: ' 9 Sr.Jc ! I I'i I"i .Battlsts IV 1 4
:4J 'Vli.1 Varc- Ti.. 1 I i 1' Ink ! t J. Hart i I S I I
351 ,YVeird 7i .... lo; 3 14 Ink' 4' 41i J. D'C.nnor.l 7-3 3 I -
3.S Sam Lazsras. Iq i ' ,' (It
, t i 167 7 7' Tt Sii ;h (Scully I 10 13 1
55S trcliv Mzbv )....! S7 I C i. S'i I S C ,X. H. Woods 13 1 S
IW3) tilacdazzo 7) II! 1 S 4' "' i'le I sir
(3W 'Banrom (11 109 j 11 12 ll 19l $ iTompklra ... S 16 S
I lecturer 4 1 1 119 l 13 11 VJ ' i' 3 IT. o Hrlea.. I 7 IS l 4
3 ,EI Gher t; I 131 I I IDS 1! 1 11 llr1 T. Walsh ....I S 11
313 Alalia to 1 13 I s Ji u 13 i .l .Fauntleroy. 1 IS i 11
lit (Free Coinage (Si Ml 11 1 41i ! ! 74 I U iSchelllng .. I ) SI I t
Start good Won easily; secend and third
j-eiiow i:is 4-citson. Tne Boer an overiue
vea ran a roud race under a bad tide. Vlcl vane Morped after showing speed. Weird was
badl huncld at stretch turn and los ground Sam Lazarus and Lecturer rn much bet-r nces
than the iu-m shows. Lazirus was a contender et the nail eighth, but stopped; off badl). Lec
turer closed gscund
Time :1I4. SI',. t. :4. Irt3i. LIS.
Fourth race, purse. $700, for 2 - year
l3 JAIlce Turner 43) .! 193 I
US Glenwood it) .... 1 I
4' Ih 14 44
54 V Ih lh
14 1 l l I
Ink I1 2' 3'
7 7' St,
3" 4' 4h Ch
T C, 6- S
(Imi IVVax Taper (5 ....I 103 I
3S i Found (Tl '
(SIS) Wall (li
23 !Mrcihr 4&) .
3M JJo- Doughty t) ..
(Zi.2) (Salve III
Start good. Won driving, second easily. Winner. Martin i. ration's b m.. S. by Regalia
Lady Glyde Turner was well rlldeo. fated all roesfsle ground and was given a good finish.
Glenncod was best, be dlslaed a great turn ef speed when railed upon: at the tbree-eUhths
went to the leader, cut was carried wide by Found at the stretch turn and lost five length
thereby, re seemed to be winning at the last elxteenth. where O'Oorncr eased him up a bit
Turner came wrlth a rush and Just did get tip Wax Taper rlose.1 fast through the stretch Found
ran an Improved race Wall had a stormy pusage Mynheer ran a wTrtrned race. Doughty was
woefully ridden and cut off at all stages Salve's race was distinctly a bad one.
Time :S4. :134. -SI?. :. -SC4. IiOSV.. l.JI. 1.124 LiSU
Fifth race, purse, $109. fcr 3-ycar-oIds
Ind. HORSES Wt S. , 4 j S I F. Jockeys. Openldlose" rt.
311 .Ethjlene II).... S i : 3'i , f4 Snk 1 ic Bonner . . I 2 i
3i )Uu GoUghtly (li.l 103 , 1 1' 1 . . i 14 I' IT WaJ-h ..Mi - I 1-j
253 ,Joe Martin (5) 1 111 I ( V ZH,. ' 44 J1 'T O'Brien .. I 1-S f 7-i
li3 Four Leaf C (51 I loo . 3 6no -u , . ji 4nk-Faur.tltroy. I 7 M 2
! Santa Ventura 14). I 103 I 4 Cnk' 24 ... Ih i V IJ O'Connor.! li 1) a
US Ljror Bell (41 US I 7 7 I 7 I V f VVatson I S II I 4
Doctor Scharff 13) S 1 S 4' I t1 I.. . I 7 I 7 IScully I 31 I 10 I 1
Start good. Won easily; second driving. Winner. Martin & 1'atton's b f.. 1 by Freeman
Ethel Gray. Ethylene. In nice position to the gtreteh, came very fast around tb turn and won
with plenty left. Miss Gollgrrtly did hr best. Martin's race wai far from his form. Four Leaf
ran to the mark. Lyror Bell Is a very bad actor and was much used at the post.
Time :. :3tH. :IU. :. 1. 1:H4.
7 "5 Sixth race, purse, $405, for 3-year-olds and up. selling, one mile and tfcrce
O J f sixteenths:
Zaiel (S) t K
Nettle Regent 5) , 42
JoIe F. (S) I
Eugenia i . ( f
i?ArAf. ci 1 tn
-w&n.uw ... ..... - ,
Men&re 14) !. 1
Saltnda (7) I I
Miss Zara (4) . . .1 Si I
Start good Won eally. next two same,
yieptnn. uiiri ihiu 111 vciunu " ml. a w iw.mmwi aim .ucii zmh mcr inero.
below her notch and can do better. Edgardo sharply cut off at three-eighths
showed great Improvement. Josle wis used up In the early pace.
Tirre--.rs. jtSU. 7U. &i. IM. 1:16. 1:3. i:U 1 Ji. Il,
ran. escaped general notice. Do not let
him get past you to-day If Mr. Avis putt,
un a Jockey Have a piking bet on at a
Doctor Street likes to ccp stakes. Sambo
Is good Just now. He beat Buccleuth last
time out at six furlongs, bat a fat man
could have beaten both or them. Still
Enmbo Is a pretty sood kind of a horse, and
Doctor Street has been babying him along.
Father Wcntkcr will travel well to the six
furlongs and Jordan will do bis besL It
Is said that he does not like weight. Yet
he gave a lot of tt away in the Delmar
Inaugural and won.
It looks like Helen Print, but do not
overlook Croix D'Or at a price. Go to him
all three ways and back again. Tnen watch
the Hayes entry.
Amigarl on the bit In the nexL Nothing
elso to IL St. Cuthbert will be second and
Okla third. Amlgari cannot lose. If well
IJttle Lois has been doing well recently
and is good. She should win the sixth race
with ease. Kunja ran Terra Incotnita to a
head last time they met Look what Terra
is doing these days. Omella to show Is a
cinch bet. It cannot lose unless she falls
down or has H. Watson up.
HI-Nocker Is not a lucky horse, but how
he can lose the last race Is hard to see.
Verify will be second and Lou Ann third.
Hand D at a price Is worth a bet.
HAAS WAG.nn OX THE BIT.
Htldreth Claims Tammany Chief
Alice Cnrr Bid Up.
Chicago. July 1L The worst card offered
at the Washington Park meeting was run
off to-day under balmy skies, but on the
track that was still bad. although rapidly
improving. The sport was dull throughout,
although the 3-year-olds In the fourth race
had a good contest until near the Union,
where Hans Wagner, backed from 12 to 1 to
S to J. drew away and won easily. The
rest of the field finished In a close Vjnch.
There was a delay of three-quarters of
an hour at the post In the third race, due
principally to the crazy action of a cult
named Harrison. The latter contlnually
fcught the two assistant starters, trying to
paw them down with his front feet. He
tnrew Meade, his first Jockey, and Lync
Finally John A. Drake. I.yne'.i employer,
went In the stard and protested against the
danger to the lad, and then the judges -x-cused
Harrison and a new book was pre
pared In the betting ring.
Albert Simons bid .p and secured Al'.co
Cary for $1.5u0. and S. C. Hlldreth got Tam
many Chief for $L3.
Washington Park batnmarlea.
First race, seven and one-half furlongs, selling
Bavensbury. la iiunech). 4 to L won; Alllna
Abbott. 100 (atieehan). JO to L so oad; Mil In BclL
SI (Helgeson). It to 10. taliU Time. i::s.
spurs. Barbara Frtetehle. Touta'e Gre-a. MUsloa
jiu i sines xlis aim iid
Allen alro ran.
Third race. I-year-oIds. five furlongs Alice
Cary. 97 IHelteson). 2 to 1. won. Jack Full. Si
IWUkerson). Jo to L second; Senatur Morrison.
102 iKjankch) U to L third Time, 1:04. Feaor.
Esx None. The Forum. Maghcnt. Pirate. Minnie
Dee. oerlace. OaUx Leaf. Vestla, Grove Queen
and Corsica al-o ran.
Fourth race. 3-year-olds, one m:i and seventy
yards Hans "Warner. IC1 (Ransch). 1 to 1. woo:
Andy Williams. 112 iSIUersi, 2 to L second: Jsu
btrt. 107 (Mathews). II to 1. thlzd. Time. 1I-S.
Caliban. Artan and Georg T. hltney also ran
I-Tfth race, selling, one and cne-tfxt enth mile
Tammanv Chief, nil (Bacscn). 1 to 1. won. Ma
rlon Lvoch. 97 1 Dean). 10 to 1. eecond. Sur Cot
ton. 107 mfl.l to rhM T - V.:. ii-
Tatics. Henrv of rnntimn. an.l nCt.rf 'f. . !
Sixth race. !-ear-o!ca. nve funcrurs Captain I
'"o'a."i u.yriej. 4 to 1. win: Mar Lirans. IK
jRansch). 3 to S. second; Glendon. HI iB'ake). is
i?,Jr-,hlrtI"I"'t.1:M " McV Rotanco.
Mlracce and Capable also ran.
To-Day'a AVnshlncton Park Entries.
First race. Ave ana one-half furlongs:
oeconu race, six iur.onxs irs or lmgdcn. 91 I Tr7n;i;; ,r; '"vii .S .. "naivj. . to 1. -c-: . c uuiug
(WalsB). 5 to 1. won; Inspector Snea. SS (Dean). ! i.'S.. ,i'?r' .1"'. (Redfern). S to I. second; I the force of
j to 1. SHoai oaies, wi Lyne), 7 to s. third. : i An riZ itih,.!;?. ,iU, '-y ,' lVi?- ,T,m "er suspended
Time. 1-171-5. llrakS. HnacmKa. 6onfaloa. Mar- IZ n',?",-..f.rJ'r. Mualo. oil In tie Iiavll:on to fall
cos. tierse liiutniniite -rotn 1'mi Dn. ,..t. I --. ---" "". ..Miae.n ucqi anu frumin : . ; ". -
. - . 1 xisa also
Au Bevolr Ill Our Bet!e 107
Ben Chalice 110 Gregor K 102
hpxy Kane 110 Topsail 107
y??0J! .; ".1 Airtight 107
OoM Be" .110 Ahola 107
Second race, six futlongs:
NIckey D ....
Jack Rail In .
..III , Albemarle ..
.11 I Lendln .. ..
.1"! IMlranca ....
RACRRAI f Cardinals Win From. Brooklyn
-Browns Lose to
driving Winner. We'ls (Vi b. g..
4. by Odl
gxi tnirg. was wen ridden ana reel.
- o'ds and up. one mile and one sixteenth:
In c Bonner...
i IJ O'Connor.
Sno'Battl'te . ...
4' iFauntleroy .
SnolT. Walsh ...!
4 Dale !
S lO'Xelll I
and up. sis furlongs:
!I I Bett'nr.
S j Jockeya. Op-n Close I PL
T'l J (Battlste 3 19-2 I S-S
i ' r 1 r c Bonner.. I M I 4
i Ink Ink) 1 Scully (Ill 3
i 2", 2rof 4' O'Neill ..i... 4 I S ! 1
j Sna 7" 1 4 Cunningham. Ill ;
44 I T. Walsh ... I -S 3-S
Ih 4' 1 7" J O Connor. 10 I M 1 7
18 8 I 8 IR. Tailor ..J 4) 1 IS) Hi
winner. Daniel A Co.'s b ra 3. hy Orde-
Third rare, the Toung Handicap, one mile and
. HI '
Wild Pirate . . .
Glenwater . . .
car!et TJ! .
Bennett's entry tlllldreth's entry
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth, selllng-
Ben Chance Ill
Tom Wallace 10a
John MeGurk 101
Fifth race, one mile:
Colonel Ballan:ne .110
Major Dixon .. lvf
Six bhooter 120
Abe Frank 107
Fancrman . . .107
Slxth race, six furlongs:'
Brlxade ! T. 117 Brtcadler V
Afxhan IH Oeser 105
Tlieory .. 112 Kin Daly 10
Introductor . . .10? Rore Tree 101
Bronte Wing 107 Marr Moore . 102
,,. ., . r r , ., 1
1a.hlnKton Park Selection..
Chicago. 111.. July 11 -Selections:
rirtt itace-Au uevoir. lien cnauce. ,nois. . 1
Second luce Colonial GlrL NIckey D.(
Third Rare Hlldreth entry". Bennett entry.
Fourth Race Ben Chance. Lot, Haxel. Cougar.
Film Race Adelant'. AlarJ. Colonel Balian
tyne. Sixth Race-Brigade. Thecry. King Daly.
FIVE FAVORITES LAADEIl.
Explorer "VVna n Good
New York. July lL-Port Royal,
.. . . ..'.... , ... ,,
seiie. vvcimn. raiunsi anu j-ar .cxveiicncc
were the winning favorites at Brighton j
Beach to-day. while the other event went ,
to the good thing, Lxplorer. who was
played down from 30 to 1 to 10 to 1. The
feature of the racing was the riding of
Jockey Shan, who piloted two winners and
a second. Hi: ride on Mamselle was su
perb. He was off in front, but took his
mount back and lay about fourth until the
stretch was reached, where he moved out
and won by three-qynrters of a length.
Wealth, carrying 134 pounds, easily won
the high-weight handicap at six furlongs.
w Innle O'Connor, on Kiltannlng, had his
foot badly bruised in tho first race by being
crowded on the rail.
Brighton Beach. Sammarir.
iJTi?1!-?'.'' f-r 2-year-olds, eeillng. five fur-
j.nd True. 7 iSheaT it 1 ' XirU ZFZ'', iui7 .
IS to L secend:
Joe Cobb. Dark
Planet. W. IL Cbodo
1 1. rniro. T.w.e
. " i
nrd. Dis.tjs. Doctor ayior. B-irMnet Fuilbcrk" I vraa close to Z o'clock when, taking advan
aune Collins and Kiltannlng alto ran. tege of a cooling breeze, the Comlshman
.,..Zi"iL sPs. "2r -.e?'-o-u. one. mile and a
1.1 Jt 1? ,Kfferw. IW to 1. sscond, Penlosu..
ll M o'n). eto 1. third. Time. I:iii-s ;iy.
loa Buttress ard Chiron alto ran. " '
.. i1ce. ior .-year-old malflenx. five anJ a I
handicap, for all
ages, six furlongs Wealth. 131 tWoaderlyj, I n
mih.!?7 SfK.na;.,,s IMcCue). 8 tv 1. scronl:
T. 1 P- A2.1 dfrn. "to I. third. Tim-
114 1-C 1llmjlf Ecaijk wu,tf ..tl. ... 1
Guiden alto ran- """ ""- -"- -'"
i-S."1"11 nrT- for S- ear-olds and upward, sell
ing, ore role aDj a furlong rauILt. 1.0 4RI.-ei.
11 to- won: Kallf. Kg- iShurr). 3 to secon 1;
Lone Flfberman. 91 ISbea). IS to I. third. Time.
IiH- ,Mo'1"'o. Slarotren. AlaH.-. Cburttnjy
and Do-sle alto ran.
Sixth race, for l-year-cld flll'er. one mile and
a sixteenth Par Excellence. 110 iRedfern) S to
S. won. ISetsle McCarthy 119 4W--ndlv). 8 to
i-.aecona: Barouche. 110 L Smith). 3 to 1.
third. Time. 1:17.
'star cf the West. Tcrch- t
,,bt and Evelyn Micd also ran.
To-Doj's Brighton Bench Entries.
First race, selling, one mile ard a Vxteenlh:
III TGlbson Light 102 !
ins ' nnSffS'E,.,.;: S '
105 Golden cottag Si
Second race, six furlongs :
Gold Money ....
Third race, handicap, or mile and a quarter: I
Ten Candle in Tcnl Kf.on ,, .
...111 . P-rtntula .
...IM Truma U I
.... tt I '
The nival .. .
Foutth race the Neptcn Slakes. lx fnrloncs:
13J.()I1 Van .
Monle Carlo .
Fifth rr-. the luncheftoin Steeplechase, twru
'' ne.nait miiep
MIm Mltciiell IM i-hampton 1J
Anju-bun ix Marilaoder U7
ir"1"n Hi KMnr bun IU
The Driver 141 I-'ablu 133
Ilurnan Ill Cavalcade tj
TU Divine .. . if
adxih race one and cne-ilxt'enth mile:
Berorniir . .
Kmeree . .
AiacK . .
Ilrlirhtnn Bench electlon.
r.n'CBLif ti'ia i l.
e lork. July IL-SIecttans:
Flrt ILice-i-wamp ind. Finsolee. rt'ght
awaj NtctJ Hare Gold Money. Vrtvls. Invincible.
Tblid Bace Ills Knrlaence. Ten Cardies, JCoaes
Fourth rice-Afrikander. Moate Carl. Glm
crack Fifth Bace Arquebu The Driver. Marylander.
With Bare Gibrvn I.lcht. Kmsbee. Couttenay.
Ilesults at Fort Hrtr.
Buffr'o ;:. July 11 Zonnr won the fea
ture ev.ne at Fort Brie this allernoon. race at
i3 ml . s Hera wje an M-tn favorite. It
IWral'e raced him . ff M feet In the first three
quarters ned he rinitned last 7r,w -aURht Is-xu-le
turning In the final sUtecntn an-1 won by
lro lenxths Sumiun .
first r.i-e. rlx furlonrs-Almamo won: Frivol,
recond. h"Vtt. third Time. LIS.
fMi.l race. rte and a half furlongs Gory
wen Murmur. Meood. Iv Iorsey. third. Time.
Third rae oe mile Zorne wen. Beguile, sec
ond. Advucale. third Time. I:MU
Fourth race, six arnl a half fu-Iongs Young
Henri wn Mirlngwel s. sttmd; F Intlock. third.
Fifth race, five furtoie;s-lIer letter won; I
rlna. neo.nd. So'net. thlid Tiire. 1:01.
Sixth race. im fiuloncs Kmclalre won: An
tile Lauretta. -on-l. Ib Biker, thlrt Time.
Itevnlt ct Butte.
Butle. Mont July 11 Results:
First race, tulle and quarter Courtier won:
Headstrong, second. William I. third. Ttnje.
1-econd race six furlongi-Jennle Hughes won.
Nellie Hawthcrne. second. Agnlca. third. Time.
Third race, one mile and a sixteenth IJzel
la won. Klfome. sertrxl. Nonle. third. Time.
Foutth race, five anl a half furlongs-February,
won. Iovnor John second: Blanche, frhep
trI. thin! Time. I ',.
Fifth race, six and a half furlcr.ci Ninon
won. McXamara. second. The Scott, third. Time.
Sixth rare, three and a half furlonis-Pat
Moran wun. Battler, second. Abba L.. third.
Favorites Win nt I'corla.
Teorla. Ill . July 11 A gul croud saw the
favorites win In to-daya races at Lakevlew
1:1$ trot-Itllmoct won the first and second
hears In I:IS anl 1514: Dolly A. won the
third, fourth and filth heats In l.I2. tdK and
IJ. IJttle Timber. F. A. Ruvell and AmerUe
I-I3 pace Baron Reger won In ttralcht beats
In 3i- Si. an.1 2-3. Glncer Snap. Jack.
Doctor Marvin. Billy NeldwooJ. L-'ttle UuckV
Bccsr Bird and Hal SIcDavls also started
! pace Babv Kkld won In straight heats In
S:i:s. I:1S4 and I III. Nell 8.. Lculi M . New
ton Boy and Icne also started
1:2s rrot King's Cl-re won In stralxht heat In
IS44. Iii4 and I'S". Itoscce Meillum. Easter
I'rtnce. Algcl Kely:. Euxenlte and Billy Jay also
likc cnii: cirtcLiT n ices.
ninrk Cecil Hnndlly C'aplorri 21S
1'ncr Unl Foster Dliiiunllflcil.
Bradford. I'a.. July 11. The third day's
racHr; of the Lake Erie Trotting Circuit
drew the largest crowd of the meeting.
Black Cecil, favorite In the 2:15 pace, cap
tured that event handily. Hall Foster was
dlqu?litled for fouling Hamilton In the
Maltby. a strong favorite in the :3a trot,
burned un the talent's money, as he failed
to show prominently. Summary:
First nee. LIS class, pacing, purse SIX;
Black Cecil, bik. m . by Enle Wilkes.
U N Abtams. Marietta. 0 1 111
Hamilton, r. g - 2 2 13
Joan. br. m - ..4 3 3 4
Golden, b. g ..u...2 4 4 3
ilal Foster, g g J dls
Time 1:114. 1-HU. 1:154. 1:1".
i-econd race. 2:1S class, pacing, purse !):
Perhaps, b. jc.. by Warder. Deam Muckie.
Bedtord. O I .1 1
Arllna. ch. x 2 11
Itlut Boy. b. g ISC
Haven B.. b. g .....-.. 4 5 S
Little Jap. t r- 5 7 9
Blaik Ju. hlk. g ? 4
W B b. X 1 S 7
Jamrs Alexander. b g.. .................. 9 10 1
John Durrett. b. g .........10 9 31
Pure Gold b. c 11 It dr
Time 2aS'. I.16V;. I:li.
Third race. I3J class, trotting, purse $!):
ime j r m.. u aayoawKer, a. u.
(Collins. W ashlnr ton. Pa.
1 3 I II
,,(1llne P. blk. m
, ?''; iac,n'- m
Maltur. h. r.
S 4 3 1
.... 7 r 4 i
10 8 S 3
4 C S 4
.... I 3 12 11
1 9 7 S
10 H 9
II IS 9 7
12 1111 10
Colonel Drake, b. c
Mary B. b. m
Christmas Chimes, bnc .
Bow Belts. jr. br. h
Casslus. r g
Oilffon. b m
Aladdin, s. g
Bheumaeura. b. s.
Roycroit. b g
Time 1514. 2-iyj. I52t.
KEEMJ'S riTL'HITV HOPC.
Wise Hallblrda Sny Rlg-otlon I Re
ceiving Cnrefnl Prep.
1 -. . , ....
-'w ork. July II. The early morning:
. MKleeiers at the Sheepshead Bay track
I were afforded their first real chance to size
i up the Keene Futurity hope. Rlgodon. yes-
veruay morning, ine colt that H quietly
being tipped as the equal, and. some say.
the superior, of MIzzen. Irish Lad and
White Chapel, received the first good gal
lop for a fortnight
1 Though the rank and file of the profes
sional dockers give out RIgodon's move a
six furlongs In 1 .CD. yet the time was nearer
. l:li,. with about IIS pounds up. Howe li
evidently starting In upon a long, careful
pointing of the colt with the ld& o" an"
nexlng the $7tO0O stake and all tho turf
Rlorj of the IKS Futurity.
itowe says he will nave Illgodon out on
I Q.ltt.4ai onrf tw Vlftn.lu fA..ln. . ..-.
clution that the colt 1 to be "DreDared"
. . '. "' --.w. iwibMIK 111C CJ11-
for the big rare and Is surely the Keene
"dark "un." Rlgodon Isj a big. fine-looking
colt, from whatever way ou look at
him. Veteran horsemen sav hei Is the picture
of St. Gatlen. his famous English Derby
No more perfect mover In the way of a
I-j ear-old colt has been seen hereabouts
since Mesmerist was a youngster. Rlgodon
nus ones eye. inougn growtny and a bit
.gangling. thl son of St. Gatlen Is really
an enonnou, w.i.,,t fellow, which will
take ip a bundle of lead spuds and go a
route as he matures.
FJUalnininna to Remain at Spring"
Jeflrlen to Go to Oakland.
HEPt BLIC SPECIAL
Skaggs Springs. CaL. July IL Bob Fitz
simmons has refused to finish his training
at Oak'and. as requested by the San Fran
cisco club management- Fitzsimmons is
thoroughly ratified with hU present
quarters and fails to see how his presence
In or near the city from now until the day
of the battle will increase the attendance,
as the club people say It will.
Paced br dtorce Dawson on horseback.
Fitzsimmons went over eight mllco of road
Jtsterday. and alter his noon Mesta
tackled reirulnr work In the cvmnaslum. It
started punch.ng the bas- After playing a
rctrrj tattoo with the suspended sphere.
W 1 a-s se a h m, suvHistiiiliwI hlia uvariMaa tsi this
,,ne by dellvcrlrg a downward punch that
" me lasiemnt, iun-
11119 A.Wf.b w M.MW
his b'ow cau3Cd a chande-
some distance away in tne
to the ground with a crash.
merriment of the startled be
holders. Fitzsimmons is commencing to
worry regarding the necessity of Tom Wl
on' eirly return to military duly. Tho
former champion stuted that he co::ld ill
afford to lose his ab.e sparring partner on
the eve of the battle.
Not satisfied with the set of boxing gloves
lie has at present and which he Intended
using In his endeavor for the champlon
Fhlp. Fitzsimmons has sent to Chicago for
a new nalr. in vvhlch the grip Is to Do
nearer to the tips of the Angers.
Harbin Springs. Cal.. July IL Champion
Jim Jeffries has decided to leave his train-
ins camp here Sunday morning. He will go j
direct fn flulf'nnil where he will nut th. !
finishing touches to his training. This move '
or trie bis bollermaker ib rrgaraea mast
favorablv- ttv the managers of the San
Jeffrles's work yesterday consisted of the
Usual youune tralnlmr stunts, except that
' 1 tllC lUaQ WOTS. SU IUI UUU tllC .Im1U1(1.UU
i Is satisfied th.it his wind is all It should be.
and now boxing and the gymnasium work
Is being attend-d to.
Six hard three-minute rounds was Jeff-
rles. wf...i- .A.re-,4iir srtnlne. nrtrl he am.
bled through It like a 3-year-old. His spar-
ring partners were. In pretty bad shape-
nn tne bout enueo. eacn naymg npxe?
alternate rounds, but tho big fellow did not
turn a hair.
-Preparations of Jeffries
GAME WAS EXCITING
FOR THE CARDINALS
Nichols's Headlong Slidp to Cover
First IJase SaTes Game
for St. Louis.
PLAY CUTS OFF TWO SCORES.
Keelcr's Orcat Sprint Almost Suc
cessful Cardinals Ilit New
ton JIard in One
ST. mum; OF TIIK fl.lOS.
American league 1 National League.
lUbt V I- Vtt 1-tiih vv 1.. Pet
Chicago . ..Ji 3 .'! I Pittsburg ....43 IS .7
SS . Boston ... .34 H .S3
S4- llrurklvn . ..99 33 -54'
,3M; Chicago . ... 12 .S2I
iit. Louis . 29 21 473
iHll-hiladrlphU 30 4 .4IJ
114 I Cincinnati .. 17 It .41S
411 1 New York.. -IS II SB
M. Louis .
American tVagne 1 National League.
Chlragx Z. M. Loult I St. Louis 4 Brooalyn 3.
("evtlan.1 9. Detroit . .Boston 4. Cincinnati z.
Wsh 4. Baltimore Pittsburg f. N V 2.
Boston t Phlla r I I-hlls. . Chicago 4
TO-D lY'S SCHEDCLE.
American ly.lc-j- 1 National league.
St lu!s at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Lv.llJ
Detroit at Ctevelan-l I Boston at Cincinnati.
Baltlmote at Wash. . pnlladelnhla at CMcago.
Boston at Philadelphia I New York at Pittsburg
"Wee Bill" Keelcr's sprinting: ability al
most cost the Cardinals a hard-earned vic
tory at League Park yesterday. In a -whirlwind
finish, the Cardinals emerged on the
front end of a 4-3 score, but on'y after
Arthur Nichols had cut oft two runs by
grappling with Heeler's stinging drive and
sliding- headlong to first In a desperate ef
fort to beat the speedy little Brooklynlte
to the bag. It was the moat sensational
finish that has been seen at the Vander
veutcr avenue grounds for many a day.
Just when Wicker seemed to have the
Superbas backed off the board they
wriggled loo?e. and In two exciting Inr.ln-s
became dangerous contenders. Tom M'c
Creery's home run In the eighth left a dif
ference of but one run between the con
tenders, and then the visitors proceeded to
throw a good-sized scare Into the local
Tim Flood, a St. Louis boy. was the lad
who almost won and then lost the game.
At least, his failure In a daring piece of
base-running kept the game from going Into
the extra Innings. After Donovan had made
Coroner's meat of Hughey Aheam In the
ninth. Flood tore off a two-base hit. Wicker
seemed to play right Into a trap when he
passed Doctor Newton, and thus gave
"Cosy" Dolan another chance to do a bit
of bushwhacking. Flood attempted to take
advantage of Newton's walk and made a
wild dash for third. Jack O'Neill whipped
the ball to third, and there Burgomaster
Hartman held funeral services over Flood.
Had Flood remained on second he could
have scored on Dolan's hit and forced an
other extra-Inning game.
Wicker In a Tight Place.
Wicker could not have faced a more dan
gerous section of the Brooklyn batting or
der than he did In the ninth. Dolan's hit
put Newton on third, and it was then up to
Keeler. Two out. two on base, and a run
needed to tie was the situation. Keeler
looked fit for the emergency, and when he
smashed to right Newton and Dolan headed
for the plate. Heeler's drive seemed to be
labeled for right field, but Nichols, play
ing well over from first, nabbed It.
On that play the game hinged. Ability to
start ct full speed with the crack of the
bal has given Heeler many a hit. and he
seemed In a fair way to beat that one out.
Nichols took It on the bound, and, then, as
Newton and Dolan were scaring the plate,
he began a race for the bag wMt Heeler.
It was a thrilling play. Several feet from
the base Nichols measured his chances and
saw that a straight sprint would never dc.
Then, with a desperate lunge, he dropped
on ht.s stomach and slid. With the ball In
his outstretched hand he tagged the bas:
the fraction of a second before Keeler ar
rived. Newton and Dolan had tagged the plate
and when Umpire O'Dar read Heeler's
death warrant they raized a great hue and
cry and Immediately began a post-mortem
over the play. Had Heeler been called safe
the runs of Newton and Dolan would have
broken the tie and put Brooklyn In the
lead, with only a half Inning left for the
Cardinals to tie the score. Nichols might
have thrown Dolan out at heme, but New
ton's run would have tied the score. He
simply took a chance with the quick de
cision of a brainy placer, and he won out.
Fnrre'Il'a Eagerness Cost n Rnn.
There were many "lfs" and "might have
bcens" attached to the contest. Johnny
Farrell's eagerness cost his head In the
seventh Inning. Farrell was on third with
one out when Smoot skied to Sheckard. In
his haste to get a start for the plate. Far
rell left third before the fly was caught and
was declared out for doing so. He would
have been safe a mile If he had waited,
for Shtckard'p throw came In ten feet from
the plate and so high that Ahearn had to
get a stepladder to pull It down.
Bob Wicker, who put a tabasco finish on
Thursday '3 extra-Innlns game went to the
box for SL Louis and Dcctor Newton for
Brooklyn. Wicker had slightly the better
of the base-hit argument, but toward the
last he was touched up In lively fashion.
Roy Brashear drove In the ttrst run with
a smash over third base that counted him
a triple. In the fourth Inning he slammed
out a double and In the sixth his single
figured in the run getting. Smoot also
clouted the ball, getting two singles and a
double for his share of the spoils.
Charley Irwin's bad throw In the sixth
Irnlng was the error that hurt Brooklyn,
for It allowed two runs and gave the Cardi
nals the advantage that could not be over
come. As In Thursday's game. Brooklyn was off
to a running start. Dolan opened with a
hard poke through the short field that
netted mm tnree oases, rveeier 3 aiugic
scored him. but. though he stole second.
Keeler wss lefL the next three men prov- ;
Ing easy victims. The caramais canceled
that run In the next Inning. Donovan's
fly dropped safe In center. Rrashear angled
for a good one. and after two strikes hit
the leather a vicious smash. The ball dldn t
stop until It reached the bleachers, and
Donovan scored. Brashear taking third.
Nichols's short fly to Keeler did not buy
Brnshears ticket to the score station, and
on Hartman's tap to Dahlcn he was nipped
at tho nlat.
For the second time Hartman failed to
hit rare In a pinch, after Brashear had
troubled In the fourth. Nichols's out put
Rov on third, but the Burgomaster skied
to Sheckard for the third, out.
Three Rons After Two Oats.
Newton almost took the count In
sixth when four hits, topped off with an
error, gave the Cardinal three runs. Smoot
..i . . . i .. .... i ...
IrwHTNewTonauYht SmSb? nappVand
in an attempt to evade McCreery Horner
was called out for leaving the base line.
Donovan hit ssfe. Brashear slung Irwin
with a swift grodnder and teat a throw to i
first. Donovan taking third. Nichols drove ,
Hood fell down on n bard try. allowing
xuit one netween nrst ana tccono ii'
Donovan to acre. Nichols stole second and
Irwin contributed a pair of runs by a low
throw on Hartman's grounder. Brashear
easily scored and Nichols Just did brat out
McCreery's throw to tne plate. O'Neill
forced Hartman for the third cuL
In the seventh the Superbas revived anl
pounded out a run. Dahlen was retired on
strikes!, but Irwin walked. He was forced
by Ahearn but Flood got a life on Us
scratch In front of the plate, which resuit
d In a collision between O'Neill and Wick
er Newton drove Irwin home with a sin
gle to left.
With two out In the eighth. McCreery
nreve a nner over r-arreu. on wnicn ne
made th round of the bases. Dahlen fol- .
lowo1 with a single and It seemed that
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Wicker's effectiveness was leaving
but Irwin fanned for the last out
The score: ,.-,
FarrelL shortstop 4 0
Smoot. center field 4 o
Barclay, left field - J
Tonovan. right field ...... 4 -
Brashear. second base 4 1
Nichols, first baae 4 1
Hartrran. third base 2 0
J O'Neill, eatchar 2 o
Wicker, pitcher S 0
Totals ,-A-A7f.H-- 4
rielan. center field 6 1
Keeler. right field 5 0
SSeckhard. left field 4 O
McCreery. first bae 4 1
Dahleo. shortstop 4 0
lrwln. third bas - J
Aheam. catcher 4 1
Flood, second bass J J
Newton. pltchr 3
13 17 t
It. O. A.
0 2 0
1 It 0
0 2 1
: i 1
1 2 11
Farreli out for leaving third before fly was
Brooklyn iooooil 0 3
St Loata - - 91000300-4
Earned runs St. Louis S. Brooklyn L Two
baaa hlts-Brashear 1. Smoot L Flood L Three-ba-
hlts-Brashear I. Dolan 1 Home runs
McCreery J Stolen bates Donovan 1. Nichols 1.
Keeler 1. Newton 1. Dahlen L Bases en balls
Off Wicker 3. Struck, out By Wicker bv New
ten I. Left on basea-SL Louis o. Brooklyn -Time
ef game Two boura I Tenure O Day.
P1TTSDLRG G. NEW YORK 3.
"Leftj" Davis Break Ilia Lee Trying;
to Steal Second.
Pittsburg. July IL "Lefty" Davis may
not play again this season. In steaUng
second base to-day he broko his les In the
same manner that Dahlen did two months
ago on the sime spoL Sparks was easy.
Attendance. 3.4S9. Score:
Davis, rf.. 2 1 0 0 0
TannehllLrf 10 0 0 0
i-tarkr. lf....i 0 3 0 4)
Beaum't. cf.l 3 3 0 0
Brodle. cf. 4 1
CTarke. rf... 0 0
Jones. lf....i 1 3
Ttowern c. I 0 I
J Waffner.a.4 2 11
0'Yeager. e... too
Bransfd. lb-l S 11 1 0
smitn. id t 1 .
O'Haxen. la.4 1 10
Dunn. 3b.. ..2 1 0
C Wagner.sJ O 0
Sparks, p.. -J 0 0
lutchey. ioj - - v
Iacn. lb ...4 0 2 7 0
O'Connor, c.3 3 o 0
Total .31 11 no 1
Totals ...11 S34 110
Plttsburr 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 S .-S
Stic York 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 03
Earned runs Pittsburg 4. Two-base blU J.
Wagner L Three-base hits O'Connor 1. Brodle
1. Sacrifice hits Philippe L Bowerman L Stolen
tases Davis 1. Branafleld 2. Leach L Doublo
nuvs Soarks. Smith and 0Hagan 1; Jone.
Smith and O'Hagen L Urst base on balls Off
pe. 3. b
pe l: off Sparks 3. Struck out-By Philip-
by Spark 1. Passed balls O'Connor 1.
man 1. Time of game One hour and fifty
minutes. Umpire Emslte.
CIXCI.NXATI 2, BOSTON 4.
Pitching; Honors About Even, bnt
Eaton la Better Supported.
Cincinnati. O.. July 11. The Bostons out
played the Cincinnati to-day and won. The
pitching- honors were about equal, but
Eason was better supported. Attendance.
Cboley. cf 4
Tenny. lb .J
Carney, rf 4
Lush. IC. ..3
Grt m'er. 3b 4
Ivng. s . -.4
Eason. p.. I
34 17 12 0
Two-bave hits Beckley I. Crawford 1. Tenny L
Double plays-Long and Gremlnser 1. Crawiord
and Beckley 1. Magoin. Corcoran and Beckley I.
First base on ball Off Philips 1 eft Eason 1.
Struck out-Br Phl.lis 4. by Eascn 2. Wild
pitches-Philips 1 Time One hour and thirty-five
mlnutea. empires Powers end Brown.
CHICAGO -I, PHILADELPHIA 8.
Ibcrc'a Cart e Pazxle Home
Until the Mnth.
Chicago. July IL The locals could do but
little with Ibtrg's curves to-day until the
ninth Inning, when they bunched four hits.
Taylor was hit hard In nearly every Inning.
Attendance. lOX Score:
Chicago. I Philadelphia.
AB H.O.A.E. I AB.1LO.A.C
A Wll's. lb 4 1 2 1 1 Thomas, cf. 3 0 1 U 0
W Wir. rf.i
Lowe. 3 S
Chance, c ..2
Miller. If ..1
Mugle. cf . 2
Tinker, s I
Taylor, p ..
Hilar, c 2
Itarrr. rf.. & 2 a o o
Hulssfltt. S..S 2 3 3 1
Dvuclas. C..S 1(10
Jennings.lb .4 1 11 o 0
Browne. f..j l i o o
ilallman. 36.3 117 0
Titlds. Ib...4 2 3 10
i z i z o I
...is i3 sr i3 T I
Totals . K II i: 12 :
Chleazo 0 O 0 0 0 1 0 0 I I
1'htlauelphU 0 0 3 0 0 12 3 0-1
l.eft on bates-Chicago . Philadelphia 7. Two
base tit ILerg I. lurrr L Tajltr 1. Thtee
tase hlts-Iawe 1. Hulswltt 1 Sacrifice hilt
VV. Williams I. Slagle L Hatlman L Thomas I.
Stolen base-Taylor 1. slagle L Tinker 1. Dou
ble plavs-Masle and Chance L Struck oat By
Tatlcr I. br loerg Bate on balls Off Tay
lor 2. off Iberr L Wild pitches Taylor 2. Hit
with ball-Miller L Tl-ne of came One hour
and flftr minute, umpire Cantillon.
D SEIIALL COSMP.
Yrrke and Klt.on the Opposlnjj
Pllcbera at League Park To-llay.
Could every play that comes up In a
game be scored. Umpire Hank O'Day would
have been given an assist yesterday. In
the eighth Inning, after McCreerys homo
run. Dahlen singled and made a break far
second. Jack O'Neill whipped the ball down
Jowrd tne base pThd" wh.VS
?rjF,lf, lY. '?c.Sh JiJi!ba nu lne
uimP'!,,'In th?,iJcr,,t w"5,s"c,:d a, to nn'
Jer held. Da h en kept on runnlns out
UJD-xy ca .lied tarn back to second. There
a..?lJIaP-.S ?f-.m ,he St Louls p,ay
r-.. - - -t " w ... znu inuicu
back to first, . cialmlnc that he would have
been cauicnt bur tnr id. ini.,r.n,. Thi. 1
was not oone. however, and the play did not j
count anything for Brooklyn, as Irwin, the I
Beck. If ..41300
Hoy. cf 3 0 2 0 0
Peckley. Ib..l I 0 1
Crawf-d. rf..3 2 3,1 e
Maaoon. 3 3 0 1 t 1
Corcoran, a. 4 o 4 2 o
Stelnfeld. lb. 4 3 0 2 1
ivitx. c. -.J 0 4 0 e
Philips, p.. .4 1 3 3
Totals .. g 7 37 li" 2
""' iin uy, shuck out- line inai arrcu uiu ns. extend jhiuij
.... , .. ,- . ' """ling the bases. He might have scored
Yank Terkts and Frank KItson will be ! "n It. had he hustled, as Smoot took two
the aiab men in the third clasfi between tne bases without any trouble.
Superbas and Cardinals to-day. To-morrow
the O'Neill buttery will othciate. I Frank Donahue Is slnted to rltch for the
I Browns to-day at Chicago. He probably
Jack O'Neill showed yesterday that he la wln. PPcscd by Cal ahan. The brown
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