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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1902.
Taby Tosa Broke
Dclmar for Miie and
TWO CLOSE FINISHES
IN DELMAR FEATURES,
Frank Bell Beat Hilee by a Scant
2sose and Taby Tosa Similarly
Defeated W. B. Gates.
TRACK RECORDS BROKEN TWICE
Geheimniss Cut a Quarter of a Sec
ond Off Five-and-a-HaU Furlong
Mark and Taby Tosa Lowered
His Own Figures.
The fourth and fifth races at Delmar yes
terday, the features of the card, furnished
exciting finishes. In the fourth rare. Frank
Bell, the 3-to-l second choice, and Hilee.
a 15-to-l shot, had a tremendous duel.
Walsh, on Bell, outrode Glsbome on Hilee.
and cot the money.
Icicle, the i-to-3 favorite, was well away
and well ridden, but lived up to his repu
tation as a quitter. He chucked it up cold
In the final sixteenth and finished fourth.
He was without excuse, and is evidently a
coward among good horses, though un
doubtedly a fast brute among Inferior an
imals. Taby Tosa and W. B. Gatts put up the
finish of the season in the fifth race.
Foundling set a. hot pace all the -way. Ed
gardo, the 3 to 3 favorite, tired chasing her.
Gates and Taby were well rated In good
positions and closed up at the three
eighths. It was a horse race. Taby Tosa
got a. good ride f.oin Uootter. and all that
.Battiste could do on Gates could not quite
btat the gray hore. They cut one-naif
St coed on tte t.acS recura. tdgardo run
a caa iaie 1:1.0 nan place.
Lady Yasiilt lcat a Dad lot of 2-year-olds
In the lirst race. She was a 5-to-l shot,
while Vlnelami was a 2-to-l shot. Vashtl
was beet. Hannah Lady and Lexington
Bess ran good races here.
On the fcttength of his fine performance
the other day. Light Hunt was made a 6-to-5
favorite in tae second race. He hid none
of the dash or speed he showed when he
won last time ou.. nor did he come up to
the barrier with the same life or vim. He
had no speed at any part of It. and -finished
Lynch and Royal Athlete were the con
tenders all the way. At the final eighth
pole Athlete secmej to be winning, but
Booker cased him up. allowed him to stop
and lose the race. Lynch came with a
rush at the end and won. Moderator, a
good thing, played from 10 to 1 to 10 to L
ehowed tremendous Improvement, and ran
third. He looked like a winner at the
stretch entry, but tired in the run home,
evidently a bit short.
The third race was a mere canter for
Geheimniss. who cut a second off the track
record for five and one-half furlongs. She
showed great Improvement, enough to war
rant one In thinking that T. Dean did not
give her his best efforts when she ran
fourth to Fltzbrillar and Two Lick last
time out. That day she gave Two Lick five
pounds and Two Lick beat her five lengths.
Yesterday she gave Two Lick nine pounds
and ran away from her. She won with her
ears pricked. Two Lick was a good sec
ond. Fltzbrillar did not run his best race
and finished fourth, behind Gorev.
Tony Lepping won the last "race In a
big romp. He was 'an even-money shot.
Erne and Joe Collins, both of whom ran
good races In previous outs, finished second
and third at the long prices of 40 to 1.
Burnett's Walkaway, pliyed to be second,
ran a bad race and was fourth.
It. was a nice day of even racing and
hugely enjoyed by the spectators.
TO-DATS DELMAR ENTRIES.
First race, pursy, nve furlongs;
144 Joqulta 105 (no Doc Mayer. Hi
t0 Malivert 115 CCS HetxI 113
.. . Hand Spinner...l(K 454 ttss d'Or. lot
JJi MeU 1C9 an Harold Iarker..l1
0 Beauard US 703 GisligMer 1"3
S) Jean Oravler US
Bccond race, yelling, six furlongs:
701 Roe of Red If 3 CTI 'Ilalml.t ?:
4SJ Follow 103 CS4 'Satchel V3
tss Palmette 10; Yarra ICT
... Sanhla Ander- 70S Anna Elliott... . IIS
. son VI CSS Miss Waudc-
'41 Jfcllle Bawn....l07 lohr .107
7M Iratna 97 (fat) Sl;ter Sarnh. 107
third race, purse, seven furlongs:
e-9 TJoctor Kelr. lOi 639 A Lark 109
7C1 Ma'mstlle 10 603 lick!' 110
gjl Prince Yreml..l03 743 Gorer 103
CH FJoyd it 1C3 B77 Noweta 1
rv vl Verde 10? c?9 Irr Crawford 1M
Ter-tth race, purse, six and a half furlongs:
77 fcambo ....
vl Doe Skln...
7W EthVlene .
K Father 'VVentker.lO"!
(i3 Croix d'Or 101
Fifth race, selling, one mile and seventy yard:
179 Frank McCoa-
C71 Morris Volmer..
57 Van Hocrsbeke.
711 The Boer
73 The Messenger.. HI
Ctt ida Penzance. ..103
f97 ;carest 11
J Found 1C5
70J 'Peter Durvea...l31
673 'Onanetta 105
6 Beann 107
Slth race, selling, one mile and an eighth:
fS 'Blu- Mint..
. 91 7IS "Vomer 91
.101 ess Xeltle Reg?nt..l01
Apprentice alloncnco clnlmed.
THE REPUBLICS SELECTIONS.
First Race Harold Parker, Jean Gravier, Ht-
Jond Race Sister Sarah. Halmls Satchel.
Third Ilace Lacy Crawford. Val Verde. Ma'm-
Fourth Race Croix d'Or. Ethylene, Falh-r
Fltth Race Ftooni Lttar, Beana.
Slgth Race Neu e rtegent. Blue Mint. Hu
cesa. AS A nETTIXG FnOPOSITIO.V.
X'ntlllty of PlnyiiiB Cntern Horxcs
Ethylene Should 'Win (up Fentnre.
Jlandsplnner will be the favoilte in the
first race at Delmsr to-day. Not because
the has done anything to justify her being
better than a 20-to-l shot, but because she
comes from the East and was once owned
by J. E. and F. B. Kecne. She Is a bad
actcr, wears whip, spurs and blinkers, and
never was1 better than "steenth In a race
in her Ife.
But. Just like Port Royal, she will be
backed because she comes from the East.
Though every year horses go East from
St. Louis and win race Uke Jim Clarke,
Mabel Winn. Loone. Jack KatUn. Huntres
a and Captain Gaston St. lyoulsans seem
to think that Eastern horses have the
"Westerners outclassed. Maybe they have,
but they do not come West after having
once gone East. When they do come West
the Westerners beat them as a rule.
Mabel Winn sold for 12,100 at auction th'e
other day. She breezed over Icicle at Kln
loch. one day. and beat him every yard of
it. pulled ridewais. Yet TpIM Tni nhv.i
to beat $2,000 horses like Kindred. Hilee and
Frank Bell yesterday as If he was a 5,009
The first to-day lies between Harold Par
ker. Hrtsrl. Doc Mayer and Jean rjmvt'r.
It is said that the owners or Ba? d'Or think
pretty well of him. The flmt three figure
cJose together. Harold Parker seems a bit
the best. They have all run good races In
their class. Doc Mayer ran a good race at
Is one where health abounds.
With impure blood there cannot
be good health.
With a disordered LIVER there
cannot be good blood.
revivify tlie torpid LIVER and restore
its natural action.
A healthy LIVER means pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happiness.
Take no Substitute. " All Dnaggkts.
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
DELMAR JOCKET CLUB'S AUTUMN MEETING. September 15. 190i Thirteenth
Day. Judge. P. A. Brady: Starter, A. B. Dade. Weather clear; track fast.
J if First race, purse J300. for !-year-ol ds. four and one-half furlongs:
1 I I netting.
Ind. HORSES. Wt. S. V H 1 ;. B. J F. Jockeys. OpenlClosc' PL
(Zl Lady Vashtl S S T i"4 li A.W.Dooker 7-1 9-S S-J
1 Buralla I s t C Ink Houbre IS IS
52 Lexington Bess ...1 1M 4 S' I V l"i J. Mill- 5-S ; -
KS Vlnrland I 1ft I is 4h ' IBattlte I 5-1 . 1
C71 Hannah Lady I 103 1 lh I Sno Si O'Neill i IS
3 Fair Lady Anna..) 101 C -' 7b f (Payers S 3
3S7 Pearl Mendate ...J 137 S It, 1 7 lLouden 7 M 4
C7I Mathlld I J00 7 fJ f "4 U Spfnwr... 3 G) SI
47 Mabel Hum 103 9 S 10' IBeaucbamp. IS 13
Dottle Shute I 100 11 10' J1 10 IFauntleroy.. SI M 13
7 S'gnora. Plerron ... 100 10 11' ll ll (Dade 1) IS. 6
m Fair Edna K 13 11 11 13 1W. H. Wood) 10 10 I a
Start good. Won eally: second n.-nr. Winner. Jf. T. Batchcllor'a b. f i br BoMiv Belch
Klwlmee. Vashtl was best and best ridden. Rufalla shotted great Improvement. lies ran her
race. So did Vlseland. Mendal 'topped. Mathllde and Hurst were shut off at start.
Time :Ui. Ultf. atH. :. jJS'i.
Ji Second race, purse COO, for 3-year-olds, six furlongs:
I 1 1 rtettln.
tnd.l HORSES. Wt. S. U i 1 ;. S. F. I Jockey. (OpenlClosf' PI.
704 Lynch "l07 th Il ? 1"&!t. Wlh ...) 11 IS C
f? )rtc-al AtMete .... S7 Si lh m ! l'H 1 A.W.nroker I 13 IS c
C3 (Moderator 1W S tnk InoJ I'M 3' IMrJoynt I 1 1
-hndwi iftj ink 7no, I S"i 4h I)ade 3 S 1
C33 (Dare Puinmers .... S7 t nk 4J t I 3h Z, Isayers 7 Z
IB7 fiat Howe 1C7 4 10 S' ; 7h & ironran ..- 10 4
'0 IHrannlcan 103 3 7"; lni Pijf T llxiuden c IS e
7ffl jUght Hunt 110 10 11 11 1 1 10 I $' Rattlfle S-S 1
CM lAtar.Ms H7 3 4 S4 i I S' 1 lTteanhamp. W 4
Ct IRenraw 97 J" 1 P I 10 llloubre S3
CI Bill Loean 1BI : f P S' 1 li'UI 11 iscullv So M I 31
TaIequan I 110 1 13 ! 13 1 13 1 11 I 13 IIIlKRina 10 l I S
Start KOod. Won drl lnj;i enM same. Winner. J. C. Cahn'p b. K.. 3. by Inspector B.
Tj mnseue Lynch was well ridden and elveti a cood flnlh. Rnval AtMete was allowed to
loot li the stretch and Booker went to piece when c!ial!enrd. Moderator shewed vast im
provement, made up ground In a hurry and tiled from the inert. Chandco needs a stroncer
rider than Dade.
Time :. H4. :36U. MU, 1MX. 1:1SU.
Third race, purse J3. for 2-year-olds,
mis. itrniar ...
Nimble Nas: ...
Deer Hunter ...
Start Kood. Wen easllr: second same. Winner. B. Schrelber"s b. f.. 3. br Sain Theresla.
Oehelmnls showed wonderful Improvement and cut one-quarter second oft the track record with
her ears pricked. Tro Lick was unusually slow to irt coinr and scarce ran her race, florey
went to the mark. Fltz Brlllar ran a doll race. Avoid can do much better. Makeda ran to th
Hire-:13. -MX. :3. :Hi. 1:0S.
Fourth race, purse 1500. handicap,
S: K i . S.
1 ink . s 3'i
C 3r.k Hi I'4
( SH 4' 4
S 3"i T'4J
3 7 S S (
7 & 7'H 7 1
9 9 9 i 1
4 l"i 3" I I
1 4nk S' I 9 1
Frank Bell )....( 103 I
Hilee (61 1 105 1
Ed L. S) 1 j
f 1M I
Tbe Boer (4)....
'Port Rnral IS)...
I Queen Esher (S)..
Start good. Won driviri:; second easily. WIrner. J. O'Neall Co.' b. c . C by Big Henry
Flora Leach. Bell was well raved behind tin? fast Ice. made his run at the rleht time. was.
given a stmne ride and Just did get up. Hilee. oft badly, made up much ground and ran a game
race, but Glsbome was outllnlshed by Walsh Ed 1. slow to get grlag. ran his race. lc!;!e
had no excuses and seemed to n.slt In fe.head of the Rtretch lattle. The Boer ran tothe
mark. Kindred was, blc aol fat srd wi'l di ltter. lvrt lto-al ran a dull race. Queen Kit-r
and Zicalde had eailr speed, but wer oulcissriL
Time M, L'SC. :r:S. 1:01. 1:1IU.
715 Fifth race, pur e IW. for 3-year-olds and upward, one and one-eighth mile:
B) (Tabr Trsa Ki ' 93 I 3
701 W. B. Oat-s ).... 104 4
7 iFoandhrs ) i 91 1
7.(7 lEdratdo S) I 101 i s
653 laienvrocd (1) 1 107 j 3
Start rood. The first two were driving to the limit. Winner. S. P. Burnett's gr. g.. 3. bv Ix
Premier Gtay Bess. Taby was well rated behind the pace, came with great determination in
the str-tch nd outracd Gates at. the wire. Booker outnnlshed luttlste. Gates ran to tie
mark. Iiad tu bseilt of a good ride. Foundling ran a very good race, but does not seem to pos
sesj her usual early speed. Edgardo ran a very bad race.
Tlme-:13H. SSVj. 37"4. :(. lKH. 1:15. lS. 1:11. llitii.
7r Sixth race, purse $300, for 3-year-olds and upward, one and three-sixteenth
1 I Betting.
Ind. HORSES. Wt. S. H '.J . S. FT Jockeys. Openjdoej PI.
(tSO Tony Lepping (.. 1 I 3 3 1H 1 1 Battiste 9-10 4-5 2-5
703 Erne K) ..."..... 93 2 16 t'j 64 V 3H W. Waldo .. 10 41 13
S7S Joe COliizw (4) 103 1 ink moi 1& 2"4 3'f, ScuUy IS 41 lo
04 Baar "()V!f.l!t."... 108 9 4H Ink lno 3H 4' lleauchamp . 2 1-S 9-H
tX Virner ""I.... 91 S a. 4' 4 4U too A W.Booker 15 13 4
63 Belle SImpt.n (S). lt-1 7 4 9' e V Itansom 10 U
KG El Ohor (S) 9f X 9h 10" 10", 9 7h Houbr ...... Ij 33 7
CM Minnie (I) 105 Ch 7no 74 7 S T. WaLh ... 4 10 3
VedM(l) .;..:::..: m 10 7 H CU 9(MounUla ... W 1 i
3 lied Vapor (I) 103 1 6' a 9 IV lft-- ISayer M a
Q iFree Coinage (7)... VZ 11 11 U 11 11 11 IT. O'Brien ..IS W j 11
Start good. Won easily: second and third driving. Winner. Newman & Egara b. h.v,tT
Donetella EsplnoL Lepping wtuj under restraint at all stages and was beat. Erne and Collins
lia xppmoi. lepping wna unurr irauauii l bk BtaBcs iu ..
due improvement and ran good races. Walkaway ran a bad race.
le -.13. tZi. SS, SIX. 1?M. l:lH. 1S9U. l:Ci. l-54. 2MX.
this distance and weight when Floyd K. j
hmt him. Ho will h a contender here.
Kiss Quick would look like a 13-to-a 1 shot
In the second race. How, then, does Sister
Sarah, who beat Kiss Quick first cut in
three months, look? Tet Halmls has a
strong null in the weights and Is lit and
good. Palmette and Legation will go well
at this distance and weights. Palmette has
a lot of speed. By no means overlook Fol
low who tr.i fflst last .vear. and who
showed more than average speed in a race j
among good horses one day. e nas a 1
chance, has this Follow. Kose of Bed Is
Improving. She was a good Tilly last sea
son and looks welt now. Her last race. Was
good enough to give her a chance here.
Lacy Crawford Is In at his distance and .
weight in the third race. If a good boy liks
Dale rides him he will win. Noweta and
Val Vcrd will like the distance and will gi
fast. Val Verde has a good race to her
credit at tills distance. She has speed and
will go well under a good boy. la'araselle
hind. which clicks as she walks. Yet she ran I
fD;. , ,., oiVer nv nnrf will llk Lne 1
distance. Horses that knuckle as she does
seldom reatin control of tneir legs, ami j
ncrs is a uau rare.
Doctor ICler Is well liked by his stable on
a dry track, and will likely run a good
race, though Lacy Crawford should beat
Ethylene should nail the, fourth race to
her record but Croix d'Or has a chance
that 1 second t that cf no horse. The
race he ran ngalnst Louis Warner and that
let recently was superb. Then they have '
not got Father Wcntker beaten at any part
Lunar Is all gone In her nerved leg and
cannot usa her off fore leg at all. She is
of no nrrntint lust now. Found nnil Benna
should beat her. Then have a care for
TmntrorsL Thl mnrp pan in o pouts- nrd
her speed is Immense. Never mind her last Fifth race, one mile:
J?,c- Sc beI on hTvlnn'n.!l J?0 T.'lKdAdack US I Doctor Stephens 1
Klnloch. Then beware of Frank McConnell, . Toah -.olltoiling Boer. im
who wins now ana then at 60 to L I
Nettle Regent, poorly ridden, ran Taby 1
Tosa closer man any horse has yet run
him, save W. B. Gates. On that race Nettle
looks well to-day. Hucena and Blue Mint
should attend her home.
LONE FISHERMAN HEAT COGSWELL.
Maud Gonne Finally Returned a Win
ner at KenllTTOrtli I'arlc
Buffalo. N. Y.. Sept. 15. At Kenllworth
Park to-day the racing was not above the
nrst race, six furlongs, relllng Snark. lit
(Minder), even, won: Sprlngweils. "ll (Robertsoa).
4 to 5. second; Tenagra, IS (L. Jackson), 10 ta 1.
lhsSon?raVcn8 and one-slxtnth m.le. sel- I
mg Maua itence. iv tAicieiarr, j 10 z, non:
Iuowaho. l' (L. Jackson). S to i, second: TaLala.
KZ iv.ainwngnii, 3 to 1. inira. lime. 1:43.
Th;rd race, five and one-half furLnss Shrine.
HI (Minder). 3 to S, won: Jim Buck. 101 (Adams) j
iv 10 1. trcunu; nficniiira, ivj uiooensanj. a
to 1. tniro. iime. tas.
f Fifth race, mile and twenty yards Caappaqua, !
T-7 (Knlcht). 7 to IX won: colonel Andetson. 10J 1
(Dart). 1 lot second; Baronet. 10T (Adams). 7 J
to I. third. Time. 1:4-
Slxth ra?e. nve furlongs, selling First At
tempt. 1W (Adams). 3 to 1. wen; Petit Bleu. 10
U. Daly). S to 1. second; Enue. Ill (Robertson).
4 to 1, third. Time. 1L
SIDNEY C. LOVE IX A DRIVE.
Picked Up ISO ronnda and Won the
Hawthorne Handicap In It 14 Flat.
Chicago. Sept. IS. Sidney C Love. In a
long, hard drive, won the Hawthome handi
cap this afternoon at Hawthorne, by a
noe from HeG-e. Stemwlnder Brushing In
third place, three lengths back. Although
tl.c; -sinner nicked up UO pounds an im
post which was responsible for the liberal
odds of a 8 to 1 laid against him., he ran
the six furlongs Iq 1:14. coming with a great
burst of speed at the end. Picket, the fa
vorite, fcr the race, was never a factor
In the race, finishing a very bad last in a
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weather clear and cool; track fasL Sum- !
.First racy six farlongs Golden Rale, 301 1
(Boetman). li to S. won: St. Cathbert. Hi mink-
field) C tn 1. iMHmil. ll T. irt rr r.k.
to 2, third. Time. 1:11V,. Prnorlous. Rubea. Tea,
Hose lit, Georgia and Slra yi. also ran.
Second race, four and hair ftrriA9Tti!a
Oraham J9S (BUThaaan). -5 to 1. won; Lrmaa
Hay lli (Mathews) 1 to S, second: Mary Olen.
ID". (C Kerns). 3 to 1. third. Time. aii. Frank
lUce. Faxy Kant. Pennant. Captain Hugh Brail-
twinn race, mile ana twenty yaras. xiung 1 uailopec uvrr Lord of the- Vale- nn
Lone Hhrman; 113 (Minder), 8 to 5. won; Cogs- j rtln Rlbtinn In ii. -i....i
well, lffl (Mclnernej). to Z. second:Ucunteous. ! ",ue ",uuon Jnnlor Clianiplon.
is 11. Jackson). 1UL third. Time. 1:111. I Jew York. S-r 1 rrh
Tommy Ryan Knocked Out
In the Sixth Round of Their
five and one-half furlong:
Beauchamp . 4 7-3 C-S
Pcullv 13-5 14-S 1
W. Waldo .. 4 4
nattlstc I-S S-i 4-3
Louden 30 40 IS
rrabb 1! 41 13
Neeler j 4-1 11 So
A.W.Rooker I IS 3S
Fauntleroy ..I IS
P.lnce I 100 ISO 40
for 3-year-olds and upward, six furlongs:
T. Walsh ...
lncA.W.Bo:ker ( S-3 1-S I 1
! jUattlm I 7-3 J17-S I -s
! ISajera I 3 lU-S -S
4 lllade ; S-S t-i ' 3-S
S J. O-Ccnnor.-I IS 3J I i
! I 1'
3no( 4H 1
ley. 0r Land and Sea. Prince of Endurance end
Our Q)ra also ran.
Third race, ateeplecliase. shott course Crest,
IX (C Wilson), IS to 5. won: Doctor Nowlln.
ItO (McAullffe). 11 to S. second: JennieDay, 1
tZeao). IS to 1. third. Time. 3:57j. Bob Alcne.
Mazo and Captain Canorer also ran. Harry B.
Fourth race, the Hawthorne Handicap, six fur-longa-Sldney
C. Lore. 130 (R. Williams). S to 1.
won; MeGee. 100 (Wlnslelt). S to 1. second: Stem
winder. 115 (Dcmlnlck). 6 to 1. third. Time. 1:11.
lvariy. ooid Ben. U14 :ews. waitins uverton
ice I'lcgei ai:
Picket also ran.
Fifth race, one mile Vulcain. 1M CWlnknld.
iltoi, won: Bragg. 103 (Hoai
I Major Dixon. 103 (Bobbins). I
1 Utih,. Albert Knrlght also n
irc moan, 10 1. seccnu.
to s. tniru. Time.
Sixth ra'e. mile and a quarter Ultrudj. SS (Ad.
, kins), i to 1. won; Compass, NX (Donnelly). 10 t
1 t. aecend: Edith .. 105 (Mithews). Hot thlrJ.
Stern1 iffke'Sso'n?- """" ""T "a
TO-DAY-S 1IAWTIIORNB ENTRIES.
First race, alx furlongs:
Balm of Gllead.,
5?.". JJ?J; 9
Lvenmg Star 10?
All About 104
Second race, four and a halt furlongs:
Queen Beth 1C3 Bicycle 97
Ualba VM V'estla 97
Benora l Zcpho 97
Maxette .. 97 Goody Two Shoes.. . 1-T
Glen Rice 97 Smyrna 97
Jackful 97 Rankin 9S
TabelUirlus 97 Litce Stingy fS
Hide and Seek S7
Third race, selling, one mile and aevtntr yards:
Marv Moore IC7
Ueorg Arab 1C7
lata Harry )o
Light Ball 19)
Ida V............... .. IS
Form .............. .. 9S
Ladr Meddlesome.... 9S
' Harcey .. l"5
I Roy; Penny. 1C3
! Falrbury .., .".luj
I T.rtj rew.ll 10
jack Dcyle ".
Fourth race, handicap, one mile and an elthth:
J?,1 JiS' MUw'iiJ!.1.'
Flying Torpedo niMaroue
Sixth race, selling, one mile:
Tartar ... ....
...!15")ving Dance 7i7
...HSiRra. Rice 107
. .113 I Candidate loi
,..11 lOra-Mr-Chree MS
...lit j Leviathan ............IfiS
...113 ICork 103
Weather cloudy. Track fast.
Chicago. Sept. IS. Selections:
Mrst Race Balm of Gllead. Archie. Serpent.
Second Race Goody Two bhoes, Maxette. Se
cora. Third Race Lady Meddlesomr, Royal Penny.
W K Vasv.a1I r
sSffi? RK-Lut,'n W- To
Fifth Race Toah. Ed Adsrfc. Rci:irr nix.
Sixth Race Geyser. Andes. Gra.M-Oirpe.
ACCFUL SHOWS HIS TRUE FORM.
Durvca Cntrv. .Artful wiih Tl rhni..
In the raddle, was the winner of the rich
Junior Champion Stake at Gravesend to
day. He was a hot favorite, closing at 11
o 2D. and simply gailopid away in front,
winning very easily by two fengths. witn
Lord of the Vale a safe second by two
lengths. Blue Ribbon was third, half a
length ia. front of Ciarlon.
L. II. Bell's Hermls won the First Special,
and also lowered the record for the race
by covering the distance, a m'.Ie and a
quarter. In 2M 1-6. The Hermence colt was
favorite, and, after running Blues Into sub
mission in the first alx furlongs, came on
and won by a lengtn from ine Western
crack. Articulate., who. in turn, beat Gun
fire the same distance.
Jim Clark, frtth from the West, won the
last race at a mile and a sixteenth. Sara--mary:
First race.-hUbwt lint handicap, about six far.
longs Toung Henry. 150' (Landry). 7 to L won:
Arsenal. IK (O'Connor). 7 to 1. aecond; BlarX
-,rizi;.zvz i." : 'lvv- :":'"
cot. U3 turtnnani, to 1. third. Time, lao 4-S.
fin lio raaT -on twoto ana jsrjc iut.
- Ponl race, steeplechase, handicap, about two '
rnlles and a half-Oltcrar. -la (Mara). to 1.
won: .AdJIdaumo. 113 (lurry). 1 to aeconir
ICttrrt isa TU u .. .1.1-1 t .. .. -
Drauihumaa. Silent Friend and Collegian alto
ran. victor and Tobcka rIL
TUlra -rate., the Junior Champion' Suite cf nS.
ose, for 3-year-olds, about six furlongs Acefol.
Ill (Cochran). It to 30. won: Lord of th VaK
11 (Buibnan-1. to X. eeond: Blue Ribbon, xw
PJ,--to-L tairo. Ttvl-3-S. Oarlon.
a , .
WINNER OF LAST NIGHT'S
I aTJ !i J .j ' asBSBaLl rrtiiBiTBaaiaiBB I
Who knocked out Kid Carter in the sixth round before the International Athletic Club.
Duraxzo. Love Note. Merry Acrobat and Fleeing
Venus also ran.
Fourth race, the First Special. ne mll and
quarter Hermls. 117 lOdom). 3 to L won: Ar
ticulate. 1 (Lyne). 11 tn 1. second: Gunllre. 114
(Cochran), t to 1. third. Time. 2X6 1-S. Advance
Guard. Sombrfro and Blues alo ran.
Fifth race, five apd a half furlongs, selling
Eva RusselL 10S (Hullman). 7 to 1. won: Right
and True. 103 (J. Martin), 10 to t. serond: Cap
tlator. IB (Rice). 4 to L third. Ttm. la)l
Kentucky Rose. Sinner Simon. Tioga. Hacken
sack. Turnpike. Ring Dove. Franklin C. BrIJe
Card. DInLsle. Burning Glass and First Chip also
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, selling .
Jim risrk. HU (Lirdryl. 3 to 1. won: ClornnM'.
110 (Rullman). S to 1. e?3nd- Brunswick. 95 I !
Smith). 4 to L third. Time. 1:47 3-5. D- Restke.
Bar Le Due. I"eatl Finder. Satire and Trump
also ran. I
TO-DAY'S GRAVESEND ENTRIES.
First race, handl.-tp. fle furl.nga:
River Pirate .
l' Ij'V r I'Tt.) . ..l"S
Second race, ore ml ard a slxteen'.h:
' Irtervyitlcn . ...
Third lace, fire and a half furlongs:
Sa'oia TllO Gtsha Girl 110
Jola UO Pearl Dler. IM
Pride of Galon 110 Julia Arthur. 110
Mlladl Loe 110 Interna 110
Matlon 1W Florlte 110
Etta li) Fading Light 114
S wdrlft 11) Erora It)
Ijdv Ja Waiting.. ..110 Iconoclast 110
Anne Hathawar.. . 110 credulity 110
Fourth race, handicap, one ralle and a furlong:
St. Finnan - S7
Fifth race, one mile and seventy yards:
..'.,.. lost Remorse
......:" I Ben Howard...
.... .103 I Stevedore
Sixth race, about six furlonrs:
TwIHghter 113 1 White' Crest 1C9
Kmshee ..,...111 The Moor. 1CS
Schoharie J IS Margaret Hoffman. ..tttJ
Colonel Rider. 113 Silver Plush 1C9
The Talisman., 109 Destitute 101
Amlnte VQ Kva Mine 109
Gtegory HO Macana 109
Foments lOJlThe Dsncer 103
Seven th race, about six futlcngsi
113i Flossie F. 109
Annie Grace 109
Chorus Girl 109
I Broad Htreet..
I Tangible .....
va f Andalustan ...
Captain K. 109
Ucn Cotta pn
New York. Sept. IS Selections- i
First Race Bensonburst. R!er pirate. Twan. l
Second nace Duro. Bonnlbert- Intervention.
Third Race Pearl Diver. Pride of Galore. Ml
Fourth Race Herbert. Daly. Ills Eminence.
Fifth Race Remorse. Rocky. Doctor Riddle.
Sixth Race Gregory. The Moor. Cclinel Rider.
Seventh Race Outsider. Chief. Chiron.
DAN R. REDEEMS HIMSELF
AFTER LOSING FIRST HEAT,
Wlna Ilrorrx Stake at Empire City
Track Dan Patch to Go Against
New York, SepL IS. The inaugural meet
ing of the Kmpire City Trotting Club began
to-day at its fine track uncer tavorable au
rplces. The weather was perfect and the
The best feature of the day was the
Bronx Stake of $5,010. the 2x3 pace. In
which Dan H. was favorite In the pools at
UO to 30 for the lieid. Twinkle had the
pole and at once led off and the favorite,
who broke at the quarter, was simply
driven to save his distance. Twinkle won
easily, with Prince Direct second, a length
The betting was now 100 to 59 on Din R..
and again Twinkle led orf to the hair, where
the fnvorit? came up with a rush and led
around the turn and In a hot finish won by
a length, with Twinkle second. In the third
heat Dan R. broke badly and looked as If
he was out of It. He gradually crept up
on hla field, and in a most electric rush
down the home stretch, beat out Prince Di
rect by half a Iccgth. He won the fourth'
heat with quite a bit to spare.
The programme for to-morrow Includes
the tijem Empire' Stakm for 2:30 picers,
and Dan Patchen (1-XSVi) W'H go against
the world's pacing record. Summary:
3:11 class, trotting, the New Tork. nurse I3.CW.
three In Are: '
Oxanatn. b. m- by Axtelle Oxinami.
by Director (Benyon) ; 1 1 1
Amelia, b. m.. by Antrim Hazel Kirk.
br Allvrood (Sander! s
Hawthorne, ro. m. (Hudson) " 5 3ro
Antexella. b. h. (Spear) J, 2 tn
Idollta. b. h. (Toiler) I 3 Sro
Time 3U0U. 2:12 l-t-SU. 3:11U.
3rt3 class, pacing. The Bronx, purso 13,000. three
Dan R.. ch. g.. by Tasco. Jr.. by CoL
Hunt (ueers) - t
Twinkle, b. m.. by Mercury, dam br
Tom Hal (Hudson) ..1
Prince Direct, blk. h. (Mcllenrj) 3 3
SDhlCX 8.. ch. - ISnearl
Oncto. b. m. (A. McDonald) s C
Lou Vaurhan. b. m. (Foc:e) 5 4
Time !:. 2M. 2-Ctf. 2A?.
I'll class, tretung. putre t ... three In Are:
The Qafstrr. It. k. by Maa-brino King.
dam ty Sjermin (Gers) 1 121
Hoover, b. h.. by Aliertoa Flo's Mc-
Uiexor. by Robtrt McGregor (I'f.e'.pi).! 2 12
8.'L?lIita, HvJ: -roa) 2 4 sro
S'f'-i:'- tcCoy) -i 3 4ro
Laisr Dlrtct. It. tn. OTIl .. 3 s 1 ro
Ed Gay. h. g. (Unnj;) ( 5 i ro
Tme-SM. 1:1:4. im. 2M.
Special. Frwl S. Wediewood to beat 3.-o;si
lost. Time. i--Ti. '
.Jf'"!,1 Ml Cars, trcltlng. amateura to wagon,
iTlxe stiver cup:
Ahce Barnes, b. ro. (E. K. Smatl-crs) 1 1
Franker, b. r. (C. K. O. BUllnrs) 1
Matcl Onward, b. m. (F. O. Joaes) 4
"r ueraioine, ti. m. (J. L. uruen) .
lime 2:lli. 3:ii.
FAin .a.T LAKE COXTHAnY.
Good rield and FaM Track . it the
St. Jorech, ilo.. SepL IS. The fair and
races at Lake Ccntrair opened to-day with
a. godo fie d of starters and a fast rack.
One harness end two running races were on
yl , eard- The pacing race was won by
Judith Ives, an even-money favorite. Fa
vorites won bcth of the running races.
First race, pacing. 3-tninute claas. parse uaoj
Jo ";li ires. n. nv. by Bow BellsGolden
(Milton) even 1 1 1
Tabmcunt. b. g.. ty Almoat Medium (Doao-
"') ssnte.;ntnHsJ J 2
t illte- Do. br. b,. by patchen tVllkea Fan
ny Clinker (Fairish) .- J 3 4
Carrie B-. b. m by Ritchie RusmII (Hale). 1 3
Bill Moon also ran. 1
TUn-3S2L 224U. S3Si. .
8ecosd race, three-cuarters of a tall, running.
parse tllo Crrsanta casta (Jones), won; An-
tnniua (Haverly). second: Lota (Harerly). third.
Northern Spy cad loee Parker also ran. Time.
Third race, half-mile dash, pars Hi-Doctor
Hsrmcn-(Morrt). wen; Joe Foster (PoweDV sec
rod: Saxby (Bennett), third. Nancy Hanks.
Harrv Beaaett. Ray McDosaloV-Avtlaaa aa6 Al
bert Boca atarteA. Ti. MO.
Cardinals Lost to Pittsburg
the .Score of 0 to 1.
RYAN KNOCKED OUT
CARTER IN THE SIXTH.
Won Battle Before International
nub of Fort Erie With Bight
Swings to Jaw.
S BGUT WAS FAST THR0UGH0U1
ileu Fought Furiously, With Car
ter Forcing, and Itjan Hail
His Hardest Contest of
Fort Erie. Sept. li Tommy Ryan may be
the veteran 'of the middle weights in the
prize ring, but he is still far from a back
number. To-night. In the arena of the Fort
Erie Club, In a vicious, bruising; fight, he
knocked out Kid Carter of Brooklyn in the
last minute of the sixth round.
The knockout was clean and decisive and
came chiefly as the result of the superior
ring generalship of Ryan ring generalship
which enabled him throughout to success
fully evade or withstand the heavy on
slaughts of his opponent. Sturdy and heavy
hitting, proud of his endurance, full of
energy, confidence and ambition. Carter
was no mean opponent. In fact, he hustled
Ryan throughout the fight, forcing him
from corner to corner with wicked lunges,
which effectually destroyed any effort on
Ryan's part to box prettily.
Forced to fight. Ryan finally went at the
game as few can. lie stung and stabbed
-"" unui uc iuu turn uicvuing uuu uc-
wlldered. and then beveral well-placed.
right-arm jolts on the jaw tumbled tno
husky young feUow. a bleadlng mass of
senseless humanity, to the floor. Carter
fought gamely and tried hard, .but he suf
fered about all the visible punishment that
was noted in the course of the bout.
Such men us McCoy. Jack O'Brien and
others looked with amazement on the Kan
sas City man's work to-night. While the
bout was too short to sufficiently test
Tommy's endurance, there was nothing
very terrifying to his backers in the wearl
rtess he displayed at any time. The very
nature of the fight put up by Carter pre
vented Tommy trom dlspluylng at Its best
his well-known footwork, but be side
stepped, lunged and plunged In the beautiful
manner of old.
When forced to mix he went at It will
ingly and with rare Judgment, and, when.
In tne fifth and sixth rounds. Carter slowed
up a bit. Ryan Jabbed him unmercifully,
reducing him to a plight where the knock
out seemed only a question of moments.
The crowd which began to gather early
In the evening, gave promise of the packed
house which was to follow. At 8 o'clock
there were few seats left unoccupied In the
club. About all lhe'&mhttious middle-
weights in the country were present, either
In person or by proxy, to challenge the
Betting men seemed to appreciate that It
was the llrst hard fight which Tommy Ryan
had engaged In since he assumed the tltl
defaulted by Bob Fltxslmmons. The fact
that they were betting against a lusty
young fellow, famed for his endurance and
hitting jwwer. made friends of Ryan very
cautious In their speculation. They began
by asking even money. The Carter men
demanded two to one. When the Ryan men
loosened up to 10 to 7. there was a lot of
money bet. and both sides were busy with
their greenbacks when It came time lor
the men to enter the ting.
Ryan evidently had been disappointed In
the handy manner in which Carter made
the welghL The article? called for ISS
pounds at 4 p. m. Carter tipped the scales
with not an ounce to spare, nut trained to
greyhound perfection, and Ryan looked
askance at his splendid form. Ryan made
the weight with all his clothes on. Imme
diately after neighing In Ryan told his
close friends that If he won It roust be
through hcadwork and footwork, and he
hoped that making the weight had weak
The men entered the ring at 9i The
secondn for Carter were Bob Armstrong
and Kid McPartland. For Ryan. Harry
Peffers and Hartley of BInghamton. George
Slier was introduced as referee for the main
Round L The gong called the mep to the
center of the ring at 957. Carter at once
began edging Ryan into the corners. Carter
swung left twice and was blocked. Ryan
swung right hard on the ear and followed
with a wicked left on the neck. Carter did
not seem disturbed, and tried rlcht for the
Jaw. Ryan ducked. Carter put a heavy right
over Ryan's heart, and Tommy swung both
hands to the head. Carter missed two havy
right swings and kept boring in.
Carter put a heavy right on the body, hut
In the exchange Ryan got to the head heav
ily twice. Ryan Jabbed a right to the face
and put a right oi the bedy. It was a very
Round 2. Carter came up bleeding slight
ly at the mouth from the effect of Tommy's
Jabs. Carter went In with heavy swings
for the head and bedy. and he- evidently
hurt Tommy every time he landed. Rynn
put a right on the ribs. The blow was
heavy' and Carter seemed somewhat be
wildered, but they clinched, then fought
away. Carter put a stinging left en the
Jaw. Tommy laughed and danced beck.
There was a world of force In every blow
that Carter struck. Ryan was clearly wor
Carter put a heavy left on the solar
nlexua. and Ryan comDlalned that the- blow
was low. Carter put a heavy right to the j
wwj. jhjiiu fAu ew,.ft mijkrriij, msi. aiut
swinging a heavy right to Carter's Jaw.
staggered him. They finished the round as
If It wait the last minute of the bout, both
swinging heavily for the head. Ryan went
to his comer tired, and Carter was groggy.
Round 3. Ryan put all his force In a
right over the kidneys and then sparred
away. Carter chopped Tommy on the Jaw
coming out of a clinch. Carter forced Ryan
about the ring, hitting heavily, but not
& lacing his blows well. Ryan was tired,
lit. using a glancing blow from left to the
head, nearly sent Carter down.
They were mixing very savagely for a
time. .Ryan was weathering the storm tht
imter of the two, and. while Urad, ttaOei
najsl . - mr
4Jt OU JJWLS.
0 1 1 V St Honw: I . m-
3tT papers will prov
Ktpuoijc; do coornncu.
iii. Ji.m aarroas Deklllty. Irfwx aanaooa, ."- v-
Sis. dspcxlcy and Irrltahleiwaa or nnatneaa for 2!2 .
jolts of .rrors. lost ?anV
. . roster restor! ana ".
liiooa fottans All stag. Ecstsia. uicr.
.."" " Erf' Mtunto'YIlfrZr:r,Lmn A forb
I'naarr aaa iitsiaaer alinamiu qw v
Pile., and all Reetal dlsMaaa cur. atooern
jurcieui tux. whttser aongeniist iiwunj 'Z.XZmtJTHn: umsisXsim.
Medleal DleUonorr aad Adrlaar fre. It fse or aeate by Ball. ???
neuioai uieuaoorr aaa jiawimmr . --.
MANHOOD RESTORED. "CUPIDENE.1
TaU rrtatVerstatlaTlUlIur.tbeFrecrlptloaot afaio3aFrnhplrysleiB.wincinlekly
care you of sil carroas or diseases of Ui reMratlvs orf aas, soea uImI xuksxl, la
Mssafs, Pat U Ue BMk, ncmlsal EssImUm. .1ern.i lkmtT. Platplea. Ctt. t.
Xarrr. Zih.s.tUr OraUs. Varleoeele mad CasUraUa. II ' f? " JH.LSiT
or nliht. PrsvsaU qulckutsa ol dlschaxM, w hleh If not cheeked lead to owrmalophas,
aaA.ii k- a.M-v. .... 1.11 nvKSf .i.bmi tha Uver. tnokicneTs-
CTP1DEM: atrtnttheas and resUres na weak orrans. The reasonsnasrtrs ara not cured by docu-rn
is becsasa ninety per ctns ara troubled with PrMtatUla. CCP1WEM: Is. onlT.kBO?1re3r.
cur wltbout aa operation. S00O tesnaonlals. A written gnarastea given and curacy returned u six boxes
do not egret a prmsatnt core, at.oo a box; six for IVCO. br tnalL Send tor na elrcal ar and tsa-rr-,rl''
at his friends over Carter's shoulders In the
Round 4. Ryan began Jabbing and playing
for the body. Carter tore in with heavy
swings and made Ryan fight. Repeatedly
Ryan ducked Inside blows heavy enough
to end the flghL Tommy sent Carter's head
back with a left Jab. and a little later
slapped him twice smartly over the eye
with the lefL Ryan began fighting In tha
clinch, but a right swing from Carter on
the head staggered Tommy.
They both went at it again fiercely. Car
ter bleeding badly from cut, on the face.
Just before the close a I-ft to the Jaw
stopped Carter for a moment.
Round 5. carter went rlgnt at his man.
Ryan nut a low left on Carter's body, but
the claim of foul was not allowed. Thiy
were soon mixing hotly again. Carter's
heavy smashes were blocked or ducked, and
Ryan opened up the cut over drier's eye.
Ryan was stabbing his man vry fast In
the face as the round closed, but n heavy
right to the body and a left to the head
Both sent heavy right swings across and
Carter took his corner very tired nnd with
his face crimson with tse blood from his
Round 6. Ryan put a right to the stomach.
Carter put a left to the face and a right
and left to the head. Tommy used his foot
work and danced away for a time. Ryan
put a heavy right over the kidneys and
Carter tore In with heavy swings aagaln.
Carter was all at sea In the next clinch and
hung on till the referee separated them.
Ryan put a right and left to the head and
Carter seemed to be losing his steam.
Carter put a left on the head. Ryan
Jabbed him repeatedly In the face. and.
catching him napping floored hlra with a
heavy right to the Itw. Carter got up with
the count of nine, dazed, and Ryan, watch
ing his opportunity, put another heavy
right on his bleeding countenance nnd
Carter fell heavily again. Once more? he
gamelv struggled to his feet, but another
heavy right to the Jaw sent him flat on his
back on the floor of th ring. He was
counted ouL Ryan and Referee Slier as
sisted the knocked-out man to his feet.
GENERAL Pl'OILISTIC GOSSIP.
Rynn Still In the Front Anions; the
Middle Wright of the PIze Ring;.
Tommy Ryan's victory over Kid Carter
at Fort Erie last night seems to Indicate
that the Kansas City man Is In as good
trim as he ever was. and that he Is still
the strongest factor In the middle-weight
class. Unlike most pugilists who have en
tered the saloon business. Ryan has not
ruined his constitution by the excessive use
of liquor, and his defeat of a strong, young:
fellow like Carter Is a tribute to his ability
In the ring.
As stated la. the telegraphic dispatches,
the battle was the first hard contest Ryan
has entered for the last two years, the wily
Thomas having carefully steered clear of
any engagements with men who seemed
likely to lve him trouble. It Is only this
last spring that he dodged a meeting with
Philadelphia Jack O'Brien at Louisville, pnd
the criticism arising over the episode doubt
less forced him Into a meeting with some
tougher antagonist than those he bad been
meeting at Kansas City.
Ryan has cow been in the ring for nearly
fourteen years, and is somewhat beyond the
age of most successful pugilists, being 33 I
years old. He fought several times before
he was is. out nis nrst battle ot importance ing- spirit in the enterprise, and he has al
was with Dick England, whom he defeated ready secured promises of co-operation from
In thirty-three rounds at Lake City, alien. I the best-known tennis players in the'eitv.
The following year he took on Martin
Shaughnessy, Con Doyle, alike Dunn and
other hard hitters of that period, and his
success against them afforded him instant
advancement In the ring.
In 1S35 he won from Jack Dempsey in
three rounds at Coney Island, the bout at
tracting considerable attention. His fights
with Kid McCoy resulted" In some of the
most scientific battling ever witnessed In
the ring, the first fight being at Syracuse.
N. Y. It was stopped by the police In the
fifth round and was called a draw.
The bout afforded as pretty an exhibition
as was ever seen In the East, although
Ryan's "footwook" was made the sublect
oi some joKes inereatter. as ne legged it
most Industriously about the ring. The
style of fighting did not take with the
spectators particularly well, as they were
not then educated up to the Attell method
Ryan was a product of the days when
Janus J. Corbctt and George Dixon were
- ,- .. .. . . T
a, prov.n'g .St" flghters'of 'dTxoSK
combining extreme science with hard hit-
in tneir prime, ana ne is often referred to
tine and the Dower to land knocknnt nrp
really the modern tjpes of fighting ma
chines, and that they can successfully copa
with nny class of pugilist. That Ryan has
held hie own for so long seems to add
weight to the argument.
GRA-XD JURY TO PROIIE FIGnT.
Conrt Aaserta Thnt Corlirtt-McGovern
Boat la a Prise Fight.
Louisville. Ky Sept. li In his charge to
the Grand Jury to-day Judge Barker of the
criminal division of the Jefferson Circuit
Court referred to the McGovem-Corbett
contest scheduled to take place In this city
September 32. After quoting the Kentucky
law In the case defining a prize fight as nny
fight for a prize, whether a title, bet. wager
or stake, he stated that the statute does
not prohibit "sparring exhibitions;" unless
the winner takes something he would not
have secured had he lost. Continuing, the
"I have nothing to do with the policy of
this law. We have nothing to do with the
question as to whether prize fights ought or
ought not to be given. We have tn An elm-
ply with the enforcement of this law. Just
as we find It on the statute book."
ANNUAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
Plan nn Foot for Such an Enterprise
nt the Triple A Graandg.
Members of the St. Louis Amateur Ath-
letlc Association are arranging for a tennis j
tournament, planned for the first week in j
October on the organization's courts in For- '
est Park. Harvey Beggs. chairman of the
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sevtitlMd (a the M. LoeU ssrs ret ever forty years, aai
in tailed ta'csrhuruie wcrrt Cases, fries, rtva
DalUn; trial juekare. Oae Dollar, ruflcient tn shew tax
UsIUmsdjwtadoalltlutlaadTirtiMil. Seat ssranlv sealed
t say ulno. Dc c. A. BOHOOAlt. No. C3 aterzaa
Street, Su Leols, 11 a. Mma areolar rare
Triple A's Tennis Committee, is the nor.
Doctor Sheldon, who won the Interstate
tournament in Kansas City, is expected to
ue a competitor, as are -Messrs. vaugnn ana
"Wilder. W. S. Easton, the Triple A veteran,
who finished second to Sheldon, will also
Theodore S. Blair. Harvey Beggs. T. P.
Gleason. Doctor Semple. Doctor Charles. J.
Sv Tritle. H. S. Ferriss, Howard Elting.
W . D. Hudson, Plersan and Connett. form
erly of the University of Virginia, are
among the Triple A cracks who will enter.
Pollard. Senseney. Forder and Flschel wilt
represent Washington University, while
entries are promised from the Country
! Club. Glen Echo. Field. Normandv and
I A ...I ,.... ... 1 . . ' .
Adonis clubs, the last named
Ui'aiion Park organization.
IXDIAXA FOOTBALL SCHEDULES.
Fartlae and State University Have
Jfearly Filled Their Calendars.
it.StiT.K0"! PM" J?(ilana,.u,n.ow
very manifest and the detailed schedules
are Being arranged.
The manager of the State TTnlvprsifr team
I announces the following schedule: October
i. ose x-oiyiecnmc institute, at Bloomlng
ton; October 1L University of Michigan, at
Ann Arbor: October IS. De Pauw Universi
ty, at Bloomington: October 23, University
of Notre Dame, at Bloomington: November
1. University of Illinois, at Champaign; No
vember S. University of Chicago, at Chica
go: November 15. Purdue University, at
Lafayette: November 37, Ohio State Univer
sity, at Columbus.
Purdue University las the following
dates: Sept 27. Franklin, at Lafayette: Oc
tober 1. DePauw Urlverslty. at Lafayette:
October 11. Chicago University, at Chicago:
October 13. Illinois University, at Cham
nalgn: October S, Case School of Cleveland,
at Lafayette: October a or November 1.
lorthwestern. at Evanston; November 8.
unfilled: November 13. Indiana University,
at Lafayette: November E. unfilled; Novem
ber 27, Notre Dame, at Lafayette.
Yale Practice Ileftins.
New Haven Chnn Rj.n it T.if
practice ot the Ya! football squad began thle
afternoon with eleven players on Tale field. Cap-
iln. George B. Chaditlck expects twenty-rive by
.iuir rriJ'. .lr vracuce was preceuea oy a.
SSiin.ii-.i? men bl I,ea Coacn Swan.
Illoomer waavnot out. aa he le ntnrtvir... n -
7Z5 Vpndltlon" In bis studies, klrner of
Anover and Iiowman of Hill School were the
only rew men out. The old Players were Cap-
2 n SS?iw,cki.nan- GoM- "o Hamlin. Met
calf. lllnkle. Neal and Stubbs.
Eddie Connolly Whipped la Londoa.
London. Sept- IS. Eddie Connolly. American.
v2"ti?HX'"Jr1 htre l-nllt by Tom Woodley.
English, after eleven rounds of hard fighting.
Paiai1"1" of iCu0 nl tne 1H-PUI cham-
ana tonic properties, making it the ideal
u""i" aiireuons. ic Duiios up ana
when all tubercular deposits are prevented, anda com
plete and permanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S.
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