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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1904.
-Philadelphia Won From
the Browns by the
Score of o to 4.
AT FAIR GROUNDS
Miss Mae Day Won Her
'.arrica Won Fointh
Hare From Lady Strathinore
and Varna Fonso.
Event From Little
Giant and Kenov.i.
MAE DAY BEST AT FAIR GROUNDS;
RED LIGHT HAS STRONG CHANCE.
Elliott Maie Should Kepeat ller
Track, While Fifth Event at
Entry Otto Stifel Seems to
Field of Sprinter.-.
' at Tin: run csitoi'Mis.
With a fast track nt the Ilatr Grounds
to-day, the record for rdv furlongs at the
tdd course twins In danger In the fourth
race, for about all the best sprinters at
the track are collected hero to eo tho
The raco Is a tj-pical Maslnn problem,
however, and whenever ono animal Is
picked as the best, another looms up as
loo dangerous a contender to bo overlooked-
At tho Cffurcs, It seems as If
Saoarly every entry liad a chance for first
Rebo Trill likely hava thr early speed of
Tha party on a fast track. And to liim
Inay ba credited the fast early pace which
Will surely bo set. I-Vonk Iiell and Otto
Ktlfel are nono too Blow berinnrrs thera
fcolves, and Tee Water and Elastic can
lianc on tram,clT enouffh to raako them
Althouch Ico Water 11 ill likely be a
choice 01 er tho Schricbcr colt here. It
seems best to ko to Otto Ktlfel in this
raco. lie has early speed, seems at his
best just nox, carries light weight and
sill bo fatorid by hard footinc;. Xext to
2.1m, the burly lilaetlo must surely be
Klasllo is packlnc his 1T.4 pounds In fast
company hore. liut it seems as If he
should beat Ice Water. The mare carries
a lot of tt eight, 112 pounds, jet seems good
nough to be third, at thai, with strong
chances for setting a better position.
, Taken all together, chances -are for a
llrst-class race, and it seem3 as if a great
struggle should result.
In tho fifth race .Miss Mae Day should
repeat her victory of jestcrday. and Thane
ahould be ou hand at the end to stir things
up. Light Opera ought to be close enough
up to get show money, and this trio seem
to baio a Rood chance to hae their own
.wny In tho. progress of the race.
Tho third race has a fair class of 2- ear
clds entered, and Red Leaf must be chosen
hero on tho strength of his recent tictory
over llraden and his win prior to that,
jjted Leaf is a good youngster, apparently,
-Bhould bo ablo to handla his 112 pounds,
tho mora so as Woodlands and Milton
Jloung, who seem tho contenders, are
scheduled to pack but four pounds less.
In tho second race. Baggerly should win
Hhat victory which was deferred in his last
start. Turrando will bo at a good price,
and must bo picked on tho strength of tho
raco he put up for seven furlongs in hl3
first appearance at tho track this season.
The gray seems to have a high burst of
speed, and ought to ba a contender.
In tho tlrst raco Geneva Leo look3 best
nnd may win from Bounding Ship and
lAnnisquam. Nono of this lot seem prob
able Oaks winners of next year, but ono
can never telL There may be a second
Hamburg Bella In the lot. If there is. her
ability has been carefully concealed here
itoforo. The last race Is one of those lengthy
affairs which give to bettors a prolonged
sensation asensatlon pleasurable If their
candidate is In the lead, and most depress
ing if he is dropping behind. And a horso
can surely drop an awful way behind in
jUieso races. It seems as If Goo Goo should
.Win from Miss Eton and Zella Knight.
Con Is improving, and ought to do some
rxOItaXOX GAIXOPS AXi TUB WAY.
tenclUli I.nd Makes Poor Showing: In
, Premier Stake at Havrtborne.
Chicago, July IS. Tokalon, an added
tarter In the Premier Stakes at Haw
thorns to-day, won all tho way, being
pulled up to a gallop at the finish. Eng
lish Lad, with 127 pounds up. and always
the favorite, finished a distant third, being
(easily beaten by tho 15-to-l shot. Miss
Crawford, for the place. Tho stake was
Srorth $2,230 to the winner.
60 far as a contest was concerned, the
race was a farce. Tokalon, although off
next to last, shot to the front at the
quarter, and from that point gradually
Brew away until, turning into tho stretch,
he had twelvo lengths to ppare. Jockey
Knapp then let her jog along and Just
before reaching tho wlro pulled her up,
till winning by seven lengths in tho good
lime of 1:40 1-5.
English Lad's showing was far below
his caliber. His weight of 127 pounds
Beemed to stop him and after going sir
furlongs In fairly good hape ha swerved
all over tho track. Weather clear and
hot: track good. Summary:
First race. live and one-half furlonx Michael
Byrnes. 107 (Lynch), 7 to . won; Cutter. 97
(Uvlncston). IS to t, second: Proprietor, 110
tPrlor). 8 to 1. third. Time, 1-01 3-5 Devout,
AI Casey. Sanction. Dixie Lad, Dlxelle and
Uiss Douce also ran. Trascola Belle left at
8econd race, seven furlone-s Durbar, 93
O'lcol), T to 2. won: Orfeo. 1W (Knapp), 8 to 6.
eoond; Foresight. 101 Felcht). 4 to 1, third,
(nine. 1:27. Zj-ra, Marco. Lanark, vTelrd. Ca
aava and Antole4 also ran.
. Third rac. one mile. Premier Stakes To
kalon. 117 (Knapp). 6 to i won: Miss Craw
ford. 15 to- 1. sucond; English Lad. 127 (Doml
felpk). even third. Time. 1:401-5. Jerry Lynch.
Ivlma Dulour. Peter J. botnera and Shawana
Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth miles
putcoroe, i (Greenfield), 13 to 10, won: Talpa,
sV3 (Ollphant), IS to 5, second: Fcmcasta, 93
4 Knapp). 20 to 1, third. Time. 1:47 1-5. Action
nd Major T. J. Carson also ran.
Fifth race, one and one-elshtb miles Birch
Broom. 105 (Ilelcesen), 9 to 10, won; Black
Wolf. 87 (Greenfield), li to 5, second: Erclamn
llon. loo (Llvlnioton). 5 to 1. third. Time, 1:55.
Horton. Nitrate and Rabunta also ran.
Sixth race, nx furlongs Clifton Forge, 111
Itjonxeo. to 10. won: ttrada -l'alma.
Keaen), even second; inventor, 121 (Hofiler), 4
to L third. Time, 1:14 4-5. Helgersoa also
CHEAT "WATERBOT DID SOT START.
(Dolce of Kendall Won Nan til us
Stokes at Brighton In tlie Mod.
,' New York. July 13. On a track that was
fceavy as a result of rain this morning
'Knike of Kendall, at 9 to 2. won tho Nau
tilus Stakes, at one mile and a furlong, at
fcrlghton Tleach to-day. Sweet Alice and
Possession made the pace to tho far turn,
(where Travers Bent Duke of Kendall to
Che front and won by a length and a half
gotn Possession, who. In turn, was eight
agths in front of tea favorite. Sheriff
Spring, who won tho handicap at one
telle and a quarterjTorchello, winner of
the third race, and Flammula In tho first,
Jarere the winning favorites. Summary:
Slrst race, elllng. one mile and a sixteenth
flammula. 102 (D. Collins). 13 to E, won; Mon
ster. JVJ tAsnwoimj. 1101, second: Seymour.
1 (Racine), 20 to 1, third. Time, 1-49 2-5. Elsie
w, ituuuei, ?ci,), iui iigncry. jar-
ilcb. Queen Belle. Tot Ban and Baikal also
8icond race, steeplechase, about two miles
Opuntla, 145 (Stllwell), S to 1, won; Conover. 159
ulolmefl). 8 to C. second; libretto. 133 (Bern
Cardt). 15 to I. third. Time. 4 31. Manlllan and
Merrymaker also ran. Terrible Terry, Jlmlnes,
Daveslord and Uda Woodlands fell.
Third race, six forlonipt Torchello, 101 (Cor
tnock). to 5. won; Agile, 117 (Barns). 3 to J.
eeond: Tramotor, 114 (IhMabrand). IS to 5.
third. Time 1:18. Don Royal, CalmKorm, High
Eife, King- Cole and Oowanus also ran.
Fonrth race, the Nautilus stakes, one mile
Kad a xurlonr Duke of Kendal, 105 (TraTers),
to 2, voa; Possession. 104 (Hllaeorana), It to
t, second; BherUT Bell. 104 (Martin). 4 to 5,
third. Time. 1:15 2-5. South Trimble and Sweet
Alice also ran.
ZllTTla also ran
wxtn race, seinnr, five and one-hair rurlongs
Rubric. 102 (Lee),
to 1. won: Montlbello.
107 (Burns), 20 to L second; Ooldflenr. 104 (Hlj
srtns), 5 to t third. Time. 1-09 2-5. Golden Sun
rise. Nightmare, Fljlng Redskin. Monacodor,
Mephlsto, Bolls of Betanket. Woolnota, Only
Ose and Red Reynard also ran.
miSII SPOUTS AT STADIUM.
ITrncIc aund Field Events Will Be IXeld
Two days will be given to Irish sports at the
JWorld'a Fair Stadlnm this week. To-morrow
at 1 o'clock the track and field events will be
held, while Thursday a game of Gaelic foot
ball between the Fenian team of Chicago and
a local, team to be picked, will play. Raising
and striking the hurling ball and throwing the
javelin will also be held on the latter day.
The following- u a list of the events to be
100-yard ran, 200-yard run. mile run, half
mile run, hop. step and lump. 440-yard hurdle
race. 120-yard hurdles, running high lump,
tliree standing lumps, putting 42-pound stone,
38-pound shot put, hammer throw, throwing
M-ponnd weight, throwing 14-pound winding
Weight, and running two hops and Jump,
Victory of Yesterday at the Old
New Coin.se Should Go to Ami
Have First Clnv Chance in Oreal
AT I.MON Tit H u.
Tho track at Union will be fast to-day
for the firt time In several weokx Tlieif
is no promise of rain, and unless it v.is .1
heavy pliouor It would not materially
chango conditions. Hist us the track was
vcsterdiy, such horses as Kenovu and
Itbor, bot'i initial to fast going, could
not win In very infeilor Holds. Cl.is jnjj
go down again to-day.
The Ilfth raco will be the feature. It Is
a hindlcap at tin ee-quarter.s of a mile.
Almost every hor? in the raco has a
chance and it will likely be an interesting
lied Light is tho class, and if she re
peats her race of a few days ago should
win easily, lted Light has done consider
able in-and-out running. McKinney rodo
several bad races on her, but McKinney
has been ruled off and he will not ride
her to-day. IAMi a good triing boy up
Red Light should have no trouble in be
ing first past tho wire.
King Crano lias befn a very consistent
hone. Uo has won two races and ran in
the money many times. He has Fpced
and with only sovcnt-s!x pounds on his
back he should be chipper and be as good
as second. Yo Saa looks good enough to
bo third. Billy Woodward and Hilarity
both have a chance of being In tho money.
Soundly, whoo entries were refused by
Presiding Jude Urady, has been rein
stated and will stait In the feature to
day. Soundly is v cry speedy, but will find
the company too fat at tho distance.
Chicarra is the class of tho iirst race
and should win. Ilrovvn Study should be
second and Vlrgle Withers third.
Allino Abbott's last raco looked bad
from the grand stand. She mav win to
day. However, sho Is in pretty fast com
pany. McKinney rode Harvester his last
out, but McKinney failed to get away
from the post with the horw. Harvester
should run in the money in this race. Bud
wel&er has run his best races at Union on
a fast track and ehould bo as good as
Second S'ght has been beating around
the bush for some time, and in the third
race looks to be placed where he should
win. MIfs Wept will be the contender and
Domlnis ehould be third.
In Doubt ran a grand race yesterday
and should come right back to-day and
win in the sUth event, at sit and one-half
furlongs. This Is just his distance, and ho
showed jestcrday that he liked fast go
ing. Svmphony looks good for second place
t.iu itiiu iuiiu. jiiic laiivr j a, wiy
good sort of a horse and may prove the
surprise. Henry Luehrmann. Jr., has the
ouWde chance, and with a good boy up, is
worth a modest be;
Thero is nothing very attractive In the
peventh race. Ncko should win, but his
last race was n dull one. However, he
looks the bist of the bunch. Miss Ilillle
ran a handy race her last out and should
bo second, and Seaforth will be In the
mrncy. Tho latter may win. He is fast
and likes a distance. If he is a good price
he Is worth a bit.
JUDGE BRADY GOES
Swain Set Down for Bad Riding
and J. A. Baker Notified That
Entry of Lollie Daily Will
IVot Be Accepted id
Judgo Brady took steps yesterday which
are calculated to do racing at Union Park
a great deal of good. Ho suspended Jockey
Swain for bod rides on Lolly Dally and
Cappamore and notifled J. A. Baker, own
er of tho former horse, that the entries
would be refused In future.
Swain is a kindergartener In a night
school for Jockeys, which Mr. Baker, who
valets Jockey Shilling and trains Lolly
Dally, la said to conduct at Union track.
Jockey Shilling is a graduate of the Baker
school and Jockeys George, Lowo and
Kalph Murphy aro said to have studied
horseback riding in the academy at vari
Svyala did Mr. Bakero training slight
credit vfcstp.rdnv- H nut ht a YnA inhi
bition on Lolly Daily. Tho horse had
ooales of speed, but Bwaln lust atcuk his
toes out by his ears, and, lying back,
tugged on tho reins.
On Cappamore it looked as if he did not
try to get off at tho post. The mare was
left In a good start, but ran up to second
place and Bhowed that she could have won
With a ride. She went tin rrnm 4 tn IK tt 1
in the betting.
duuee xjraovs rjromnf netlnn rirnmrhf rilm
much commendation from race goers. They
oajr mm. n no cugs lartner into tno mat
ter he will And out how Hemlock and
Sablnal cams to bo left the day th wise
set bet on rlantagenet and agreed that If
some moro of the students at the Union
track got what little Swain got, racing
would not bo hurt by it,
Maurice Lowe, the crack jockey, did not
earn laurels by his work on Pinkie, the
favorito in the first race at 2 to 1. Off
well. Pinkie could not outrun a fat man,
though she led such colts as El Cuchilo
some dajs ago. LIquozone, at 1 to 1, won
In a gallop by many lengths. Lowo got
Pinkie cut off ten tunes and finished in the
Rogers also roda & bad race on Labor,
the..f?v.or!t.e.ln tha second event Ho
waited behind a valow'Tace to the three
erghths then tookfLabor wida into tho
stretch and when' he did show speed,
and seemed to bo passing Socapa, ha
swung him back into the rail, where ha
could not get past the leader.
Kenova, fat as a porpolso and who has
not been out in a month, was favorito in
the fourth raco at 6 to S. Barrica, at 8 to
1. led all the way and won comfortably
from Little Giant. Kenova tired after a
dull race. She will do better after a few
races on, a dry track.
Blazon, at 8 to 1, won tho third event
handily from Tlomalno. Little O'Brien
gavo Silver Fringe a droll ride. He stood
up in the stirrups all the way and pulled
on tho reins as hard as ho could. After
the race Judsro Brady ordered that the
boy be not allowed to accept any mora
mounts, as he deemed him incompetent.
Ditto, backed down from 40 to 1 to 4 to
1. won the lifth raco handily from a bad
lot. This Is where Swain put tho brakes
to Lollie Doily.
GlenSo led to the last eighth in the
sixth. Then In Doubt caught up and
passed him. Plantaganet. the alleged
speed wonder, managed to finish third.
Little Margaret got an easy race.
Buck O'Dowd. an 8-year-old maiden,
broke Into the ranks of winners in tho
seventh race, the steeplechaso at two
miles. Buck followed Broadway's fast
pace all the way and when that horse
pecked and unseated his rider at the last
Jump It was Buck to tho wire for his first
win. His stnbletnate, Orlclus, followed
hjm home, with Gould third.
CONTESTS FOIl DIA3IOD MCDAL.
Irish Nationalists Anxious to Ilnve
World's He-cords Broken.
In order to promote interest la trials tor
new world's records, th Games Committee
of the Irish Nationalists has decided to give a
diamond medal to each athlete establishing a
new world's mark la the sports at the old Toir
Grounds next Sunday afternoon.
Two men have cood chances of winning one
of these trophies. Klely, the Irish. Encllsh and
American champion, will try for a new mark
in me runxunx; nop, step ana 3amp, vtmie is.
a. liodmui or ire university or ill
Ity of Illinois will
rld'a record in the
endeavor to break tne work
In practice Rodman has thrown the weight
three feet further, than the viorid a mark, and
will try to repeat It Sunday.
Nearly 150 entries have ben received for the
game, the majority being the athletes wbo
competed In the Hibernian games Sunday, mua
will he the lost open meet previous toi the
A keen rivalry exists between the Missouri
Athletic Club and the Triple A suuad, and
both Coach Bassett of the M. A. C. and Coach
Altken of the A A. A., are confident that
their protafM will be U victors.
THE REPUBLIC'S DAILY RACING
Klll (.ItOL.MIS UUSLI.'IS.
Julv Is VWather clear: trail. fwPt.
Talr Grou litis,,
1 irst rac. iure J"u0 for 2-ear ohla.
Luihy Charm. 103 l.lndjvj
Hrattnarlln. 1W, U AuMIn
1 rd 1TI "inej r. ln l'ol
IV! IT, tun 10, W Watson!
Anudar,v lvl A Wilson 1
J') lmliani, 1,. c.i-ulu .
Casianna. lyv Itlce
Vfrand-vlj. 1CW vnJrhout W l)1
I'lMt. iui J lliKikir I 7( S's
lUpor Chp ll'S. Oultetl I III 11
Htaxt KOiJ. Won a-ll. nM two ilrlxlnsr.
Co i fcr c til I.u k JJt k -hann 4;tmrin
and wa trtt I'r.ulnHtlin nnd Knrii lrl,wiwi
Wats titidlv handltl and did not run bl rue
to C. lradarlin. 7 to 5. lrlcsineT 2 to 1
-13. .2-. T.',. l 1 03
5eoond rate, purte $430. for 4 jear olds
AMI JOCK Bit)
11" I 11"
IS I i:
ITtOTcourt. 107 T Dean
Jiau Wi. i vvil-on ..
laidr Idris 1U2. 1'lunkiU
Ilazrl 11 . 104. Cxo . .
Mora livv. 100 lvv imams.
Never Hmllti luO.Vandertt
uallawaler. low nonx"on
AUif-lrose. 100. J. conwaj
Carlana. KM. lUce
rennv itene ioz. u Autin
Atnlnte 107. Uullett.
Klnrstella ?). ltavnor.....
Baby Hall. 102. Ivers .
Btart good for alt but Klnrstccl Won raslly second drtvlnir. Winner.
J S. Urutton's br m. (5). N'ewLnurt IJizIo Montroai1 Hoecourt was
best and could have won further off JJab bi-st of othcri -nealtly
handled in stretch Idrls showed Iraorovencnt ovir lat nut t-he car
lied Hone-court wide at stretch turn Hazel did her bt-t hhon betting:
Itosecuurt. 4 to t Hub. 1 to 2. Idrls. I lo :
Time :U ::4S. 3u-.. ,4",. 1 o:?.. 1-ls
C Third rice, oiirw 1100.
for 2 i ear-olds,
HORSES. W MIGHTS
473 IZlnda. D Austin
J9T (Arch Oldham. T Knleht
433 llJar Addnldc. W. Watson!
2w Eudardt. loung I
47C iMonocram. htoval
(Mabel fc.imm". lloach . ,j
ZI0 jCdlonel blmnson. Clajton .1
tUart cood Won cleverly: -wcond driving Winner. T r. llaves's br.
f. (21 Woolshorba Tllla K Zlnda won luckv race Oldham hili taken
wide by Knight, pulled out at tghth pole until 7lnda caucht un, then
was ridden balance of Tay Thrpw the race out Show betting: Ztnda. 1
to S: Oldhahi. out: Adel&ld ouv
Time :07. .ISii. .MU. :42h. 'i.
AC5 Fourth race
fJt sixteenth mile.
purfe ICoO. for S-ear-oMs
1 HORSES. WRIGHTS
ma. I AND JOCKETS
(471V ljust So S5. U Wilson.. ,
!(,) (Rrancas. is D Austin..:.-..
J15 Falkland. 9S. J. Honnessy.
4 JJack loung. 107. Ncelv....
(4S0V HcCBle McCarthy 102Stoval
S. i 4 S. F. Op CI.
1 )' 1' 1"4 1"4 6-r. 11-10
81 ink !? S 3 8 2
41 a 4' 3' J' 15 30
1 S G 4 4 J5 11
5 4' 3nk V ' II 10
C 6" 1' E 3 JS-C
461 JFIiInx rorpedo.lOtAnder'n
Start good. Won very easily: place same Winner, n. A. CTiIsn &
Co.'s ch. r (3) George Keislcr crllv Just So galloped all the way.
lirancas did his best. Kalklanl finished strongly. Show betting: Just
bo. out: Brancas. 1 to 2: Falkland. S to 1.
Time .20. :32i. :41, :C6'm. 1.69. ISIS. 1.34V. 1:40H. 1.47V,.
Fifth race, purse 1400, for 3-jear-clds
S. ; -i 6. F. Op CL
1 T V li4 V'it 1-2 2-5
3 3 3 2 3 4 9 2
1 4' 3 3 15 21
2 6 I' 4hd 4 3) M
6 2 2Vi t t." IS 12
41 6 6 S) 20
Ind. 1 AND JOCKE13.
487 Miss Maa Day 8 L. Wilson
Ladv Btrathmore.103.1) A'ln
4t7 arna Fon-iO 96 Llndsev..
467 St. Agnes II. SXVanderbout
40 higmuna. vs. j uooaer....
419 Terra Firma. 103. T. Dean
Etart good. Won riding: second driving Winner. W W Elliot's br.
m. (7), Hermence Alia Ijja. Itaa Day was ht. hut fetrathmore was
closing rapidly, and should be a contender from now- on Iono ran her
race. Terro Flrma seems out of sorts. Show betting llae Day. out:
Slratbmore. 2 to 6: Fonso, 6 to 5.
Time :1S. :24tt. XI. :4SVi. 1:015.. l.IHk. 1:374. 1:41.
Sixth race, purss 1400. for 3-year-olds
Orient. 97. D
John Do vie. M. Seder..
Hllee. UO W Watson
ooeskln. 91. l vviuiams...
Ull'Jiful. S9 Vandarbcut...
ivnl' CK RtnAA.1
King's Court. 107.Blackloekj
Pierce J.. 103 loung.
Btart rood. Won easllv; second handily, tv Inner T C. Hayes Co '
fast early race, that stopred Hllee and King's Court. Same condition
eli. f. (3). Ornament Bernle V. Orient was best, but was favored M
helped Trapsetter. Doyle used ud a lot at r-ost. ran nice, even race.
Hllea ault badly In stretch, Bli'ffuL off badly made ud ground, but
could not get up Show betting: Orient. 9 to 6: Trapsettir. E to 2. Joht
Doj le. S to 5.
Time :13. -34. :1SU. .-4SK. 3 am. l.H. 1-8-
TO-DAY'S ENTRIES AT LOCAL AND
TO-DAY'S FALR GROUNDS ENTRIEa
First race selling, 2-) ear-old fillies, four and
l half furlongs:
470 LAdy Leu. 9" 470 Annlsquam .... ti
....- Stella M 1)4 332 Algetha" 91
476 Opinion 101 470 JIary Maud S3
441 Fay Sharp 93 470- Geneva Lee 100
352 Bounding Ship. 30 118 Hello Girl 95
.... Like Me 103 279 Annabelle Lee. 90
selling, 2-year-olds and up, elx
471 Potter ........
482 The Hebrew.
477 Simon Kent..
.... Harfang ....
458 'Bountiful ...
477 Baggerly ....
443 Tattenham ..
47 King's Charm. .1M
31 Burrows 1)
SS5 Tellmantown .. s
484 Rapport "J
44a i:erry nugnes.
Third race allowances. 2-year-olds, nve and a
472 Garret Wilson. .103
(375) Woodlands ...H(
424 Milton Young.. 11 3
373 I-Tlncess Om..l!'l
01 -Major Outlook. ICO
(413) Red Leaf 112
4441) Hadrian 103
472 King's Trophy.103
483 in Templeton 100
472 Monaco Maid.. .100
handicap, 3- ear-olds and up, six
479 Elastic 124 101 Frank I.ell 114
367 Operator 116 418 Ice Water 112
418 Rebo K4 479 Otto Stifel PS
(479) Floral Wreath.irs 4a Folles Bergeres 9S
471 Selected (j
Fifth race, allowances,
3-year-olds ana up.
I4S0) Thane 105
(4C2) Boaster l's
.483 Mlndora 1C4
'4(77 King Rose 1"J
486 Light Opera.... H
411 Imboden tl
Byron Rose 10T
Miss Mae Day. 99
xrlle and three-
476 Edgardo 100
403 'Nettle Regent.. 97
475 'Murmur tl
475 'Caithness 100
453 'George Vivian.. 9r.
.... Doctor Hart.... 99
462,'Goo Goo 33
. .. Admetus 100
473 7ella Knight... 1'3
4S2 'Miss Eon 91
....Harry K 99
464 'Little Corker... 97
Apprentice allowance claimed.
FAIR GROUNDS SELECTIONS.
First Race Geneva Les. Bounding Ship. An-
J4econd Race Baggerly.
Third Race Red Leaf.
Turrando. The He
1-mittli Rxee Otto Stifel T:i3stlc Ice TV ater.
rifth Raos Miss Mae Day. Thane, IJght
ith Race Goo Goo, Mlsa Eon, Zella Knight.
TEXN1S GAMES POSTPONED.
Cbaimplorisblps TV111 Not He Plnyeil
Until After Eastern Tournament.
The Olympic tennis championships, which
were to have been held in the Stadium August
29. have been postponed to September 3 as a
result of a request by many tennis plajer.
A big tournament Is to be held at Newport
the latter part of August, and In ordr to
luvve many of these players to compete In tho
Olympic tennis matches it was thought well
to postpone tho contests until after the Eastern
tournament. Work will soon be started on the
tennis courts at the Fair, and It Is expected
they will be as good as any in the country.
ASIERICA.V TACHT TIIE VICTOn.
Morton Plant's Insromar TVIns Race
from Dover to Ostend.
Dover. England, July 18. The yacht race to
day from Dover to Ostend was won by the
American schooner ,acht Ingomar, ownod by
Morton F. Plant of New Tork.
The Navahoe, Therese and Valdera also
started, tbe Injuries to the Navahoe and In
gomar. as a result of their collision Friday
morning off the Admiralty pier (shortly after
their start In the race for yachts ot over 100
tons), having been repaired.
"Wear and Ralph SIcKJttricU TVin.
In the finals of the doubles in the State
championship tennis tournament yesterday Joe
Wear and Ralph McKlttrick beat Walter lie
Klttrlck and H. McK. Jones by, the scores of
1. t and 84. on the Triple A courts.
Wear's fast playing Josether with Ralph's
lobbing clearly outpointed their opponents, al
Uough the UUar played aood tarns at times.
LtiIon Track. .
qx llrst rai,
Op J e:i 1 PI.
9 2, J 21 8 .'
, IOUSi; VM li I.TS I I I
mi a.nu jocKi:irt i.si i; i i,
li IJtiuowni.. 115. w Waldo 41 I
4. Hill i artcr. Ill lli-nd.riin 1 in,
472 Ulir Bow 1U7 hhllliu I -i
4iJ ilniiEla Carter. Is, Uuton 7 ihdl
4.3 llarvii-t Tlm. llM)alsson 2 4'
472 l.lla nn 110. Lvnn . (, i
.. Mudrtt?. 1i2. A l.nmu . sj ?i j.
". I'lnkl,'. lis M I,e . 10' I
473 Match Hi. llunett . 12 12
4-i Alia .Mar 102. It Muri.hv J Ci ,
' I-idr Marlui. 302 RrsnoMs 101 11' I
4IS MmroJ talm 102 K 1 111 !) i
.- 1 1
-' I 2hd
I ' lu
I 11 11 I
1 ll-J, 3 2
I " 1-'
IVinner I l.-nnett S
off tutJK. mn ki-k! ratn
-r wat to lornj wn.iJrco
Shuw trttini:: Oi-nu 4
cn and oni-it -
jtnd up six furlongs
. , i hoi;ii:s vriniiTs i
Ind I AND JOCM:!- I
4Si. SoaDa. US. Henderson . .1
41 llibor us. Rogers .
41 T. (J.Scurboro li.101.lt M-h
4; John tlrlKshr. 131. M Iwel
4SI IhJ Ohor. 118. c. Ilunncr ..
S. r. Op CI.
1 InJ. 41 S ;
4' I", Z-. 13-5
Ink : 10i 1 2
ZllL 4' 0. t
I.' IhJ 3 U
S C1 I" M
4 7" 31 SO
10 R' 10 1-,
thl ' ISr it.
"hd 10" lo 3J
ll- I 11 la i;
li I 13 tl
.. .1.. . 2i to
four anJ one-half fcr-
2 ; -:
Barrica lis. Shilling .
Uttln Giant. 11). Schickel.
Kenova. 112 Wanshlie
Chicago OlrL 104
Grand Vitesse. 1.
.viargie w . iw
Ittln Tits 104
and up. one and cne-
Ditto SO. Flkher
iFalr Onler. 103 M
1.011V iiallv. loz.
Slher Foam IM.'ftalnwrl't
Hunter. 97. scnoen
Blue I'enna-lt Ml.
I limy uane 114
uomo ue Key. 92,
Maggie's Iet. 103.B Graves!
Tw-o S . 93 Schickel
Sextette. 100. It. Murohr...
iCumorah. 93 Ronolds . ..
miraculous. 111. Henderson
St. Ermln. 92. Barrett
and up. one mile:
In Douht. 104 Schickel .
Glenllo. 102. Hendereon..
isippamore 104. twain...
Sahfnal. Ul Shilling
Don Alrarn. 97.
Red Ola. 104. W.
Start mod. Won hand
and uo. set en furlongs:
b m (4) by Foul Shot
ot on: nicely, wis taken
last slgntn ana caurnt
Time .24U. :MU. 1:18.
olds and upward,
12 9 1
6 5 13-10 3-5
20l iO iO
4l 9 6 6-5
2-.I Dl S
30) 30, It
nuck O'Dowd, Its.
Orlsla 1T7. Barry
Gould. 150 Bower
varner. 130. Green
ItBroadway. 130. R
tlxrd Falconer, li
UMoroton. ISO. Merrick.. . .
Rogers's entry coupled in betting. tFell IFulled ud
Start good Won handily second easily. Winner. J. T Rogers's ch.
g la.), br Buckmaater I'eggy O'Dowd. The winner was probably best.
Time. 4 07.
TO-DAT'S UNION ENTRIES
First race, selling, five furlongs:
453 'Arthur Still
472 'Belle Rover lid
4S0 'Jetty 101
4k0 Dan Home 108
458 Vlrgle Withers.lOS
147 Brown Study.. .108
463 Chicarra 110
race, selling, one mil and Beventy
473 -Ilanana Cream.102 484 Doctor Kin.
4-.S Hemlock 104 417 Harvester IP
469 l-lrate 104 4l4 Alllne Abbott. .111
478 A Convict. x10l 443 Budweier 109
513 Kunja 116 469 Hart D 113
Third race, seven furlongs:
Wootsy WInlerd 90
Leopard ........ S3
4V2 second Sight.. .103
491 Klnloch Park.. .106
46 Ed L. 103
329 Miss West Ill
466 Armand 113
404 Star Cotton 113
256 Nimble Nag.. ..114
Fourth race, match. $500 a side, six furlongs:
Claude Wilton. 1001 408 J09 Bowers 1(0
Fifth race, handicap, six furlongs:
483 King Crane 76 4SS Billy Wood-
4kS Pipe 7J ward 100
488 Orleans S7 488 To Han 103
486 Hardcastle .... 90 433 Red Olga 104
488 Morendo 91 .... Pat Bulger 104
473 Red IJght 91 41S M. F. Tarp)....H0
4.83 Hilarity 93 303 bonndly lit
Sixth race, selling, six and a half furlongs:
461 'Sneer M
484 'Symphony 98
483 The Plains 98
484 Ulllanette . . 93
483 'Ararsas 101
470 Hlnaway 103
490 'Henry L.uehr-
mann. Jr 103
476 Tempt . 104
.... Irma's Choice. .104
483 'Squid 101
.... Daniel 103
493 In Doubt. 107
478 Walter 116
475 Tom Gilmore...114
selling, one mile and seventy
482 'duett 9t 4TJ 'beaforth 113
462 'Miss RHUS 94 442 'Mission 113
4S6 'Neko 99 494 John Grlgsby...lU
491 'Arguanata, Ill 469 Trespasser lit
433 'Cyrano 113
Apprentice allowance claimed.
UNION TRACK SELECTIONS.
First Race Chicarra, Brown Study, Tlrgie
Second Race Alllne Abbott, Harvester, Bud
welser Third Race Second Sight, Miss West, Domini-
Fourth Race (31atrh) Jo Bowers
Fifth Race Red Light, King Crane To San.
Sixth Race In Doubt, Symphony. Walter.
Seventh Race Neko. Seaforth, Miss RHUS.
TO-DAY'9 HATVTHORNB ENTRIES.
First race, one mile:
Emily Oliver. ,
Ethel Wheat 104
Filing Ship 107
Second race, selling six furlongs:
VV atermclon .
Ladv llelalr .
Blue Darter 110
race, selling, one mile and seventy
Frivol 1) Mezzo 103
Fedt-rel 102 I.velyn Klnsey 103
St Hera 103 Olebratton 105
Glorlosa ,. 102 Crestfallen 113
Fourth race, five furlongs:
Janetta ... .
Waddell II ,
race selling one mile and seventy
Maud Muller 93 Annu 105
Scotsman 100 Firing Line 107
Bill Lassie 102 Handley Cross 107
Sixth race, four and a half furlongs:
J. B. BmlU...i
JOCICUV ri.lll ItKSLI.IS.
uli Is VVathr Ifar. tratk fat
. flllnic. wi j.t;. for 2 sear-old ni UJ five fur-
i .i' i i.l
4' l i
Ehcl CI M
Cl:.l J 1.,
JI '3 5
S' 4 f
lo' l'. 1 .
1 12 wl Wl
,t,AJrit5cT'J Wri,ea1l ..wnddrlvjni: Mim,r J . hhann mS ch
fi..1,0, . i.mw" T--1." Wnmr ibi Ut and hid the race wo i from
tlie tart Bill (jirter t'at of othri clo-.fil lrriir
lliii- 2.. 51.. 1 Ci'l
.. for 2 iejr-uld'i arid uuward.
. tli milt
I I Hitting
-Ii ?- r- " ' -''! '''
3' Ihdi 1' 1. 4 4 4 S
i' :'i.l ind a ts ;-s:s
' J I 4 1 4' 20l 30 10
5 1 S I ! I H 13 10 $
Btart gofjl Wtjn handily seoond eailly. VVlnn-r Hall & Dorrls- ch
g (a ). bi Take Notice Deceptus. tocapa got olf nlielv. took earli lead
and won hundllv
Time .:;'. J)V- 1 17" l.44'i. 1 31U
4t)'l - Third race, selling, purse t!7U. for 3 scir-Oids and upward Jlx
IiOItMES WKIG1IT8 I Betting.
I"d AND JOCKEyg. S '; t, S P. Op T CI. IP1.
"f n,!azon,. 104 Fi'her V "7 ,,j . I I 2
471 Tlomalne 93 UMon 9 M l. 4hd 2 t 5 2
4Tb Murid. 104. VV. Kully 10 bhl 6' e1 3U 10 33 12
4(1 Mlver Frlnir 14 II O'lifn 3 3hd 3 3' 41id 4 8 3
47il Dumont. 10S. fcchlckel C 11 11 t 6", 6 10 4
470 Minnie Jolim-on.95 A.Urow n 4 1 9 2 o b 4 t-5
(337) Cottop riact. lltGreenfleld 6 -i f Jhd 7; 13 10 II
4 Wahpeta. 102 M. Lowe ... 2, lOhd ' 9bd h'4 6 6 2
M Cvnmo. 10S. Schoen 7 sv. 7" 11 8" k 15 6
li liarv Aud 1 Revnolds.... HI Shd lo' lOhd 10' 10 20, t
476 llathely. t. Hufllln 81 4' 4hdl 7' it 11 30 12
fetart good. Won handily; second easlb Winner. Geo. Tutrgle'g ch.
m. 14). bv lllareawav Birdie L. Winner was host and cloned strong.
Time 35. CO'.. 1.IC4
AQL Fourth race. DUrse 1330. for 3 -a--olds and upward, one and
JO one-eighth mile:
I ( 10
01 6 ' ihdl i I
Start good. Won handily second driving Winner. Boos A. Kravln's
li m. (a.), hv The Bard Rice. Barrica uie. lt. went to the front at
ttart and was never la trouble.
Time :ii'i. :30V. i-ic 1.44. 1-J7V.
Fifth race, selling, furs t300. fcr 2-v ear-olds seien furlongs:
F. Op CI.1PI.
1 10 t 2
2 5-2 3 6-5
3nk 10 10 4
4hil 3 13-5 1
5S 10 15 6
7 s 12 5
SVk 13 SO 12
9' Jl S) 1J
10V. 2) 20 13
n1 15 i
12 IS SI I
JSVi 13 1: 5
14 13 131 6
Start good Wen handily: second easily. Winner. J. C Waters's b.
m. (t), by Herry of Navarre Decor. Ditto woa test.
Time 23. :W. 1:W-. 1.3H4
400 Sixth race, selling, purse 3275. for 8-year-olds and upward, six
a f. op. a.
E Ink 6 15
i : 6 i2
5' l"i 11-5
7 4' 3 5
T 5'. 6 12
4 ( 4 5
6hd 74, 10 10
Si 4 3
ridden: iecond easily Wl
Inner. 8. F. Laurie's
'. Winner was best:
or Little Minch Battle C. Winner was best
back to avoid eariv pace
came wltn a rush
Ulenno noor tne wire.
steeplechaso hardlcap. purse S40O.
full course, about two miles:
r. op ci. n.
IV 4 6 J
2 4 2
3' 3 5 2
4 6 10 4
4 6 3
2 9-5 4 3
101 20 i
Ford. . ..
J. B Smith and Flrella. Miller entry.
Chicago. July IS. Hawthorne selections:
First Race Walnamolnen. Fl) ing Ship. Emily
Second Race Rei Man. Atlantlco, Geranium.
Third Race Celebration. Crestfallen, Federal.
Tourth Race The Miss. Axman, Waddell II.
Fifth Race Firing Line. O'Hagan. Scotsman.
Sixth Race John Smulslu, Blue Bird. Rain
TO-DAY'9 BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES.
First race, hondlcap. -lx furlongs:
Wizard 97Gay Boy 124
Clotcn 110 Monster 104
Major Pelhara Ill Ascension 115
Honlton 114 James V 119
Ancestor 112 Roehampton 11a
Clnquevalll 102 Go Between 110
Fickle 93 Monte Carlo 93
Stalwart 109 Orly II 103
Second race. Ave and a half furlongs :
Go to Win
Arnes Virginia lot
Miller's Daughter... 99
Ida Stack i9
Meadow Horn 104
Sweet Lillian. ,
Captain Ham 102
Third race, handicap, one mile and an elghtn
Hurst Park 130 1 Sonoma
Lord Badge 106
Stamping Ground.... 97
Lord Melbourne 7
Pat's Choice 92
Hurst l'ark and Dalesman. Corbett entry.
Fourth race. Sunshine Stake, nve and a hair
Ascot Belle 104 Austin Allen Ill
Martha Gorman 109 Buttling 112
Pasadena 107 St. Bellane 127
Woodaw U7 Salt and Pepper 1)4
Cairngorm 107 Perry 112
Woodsaw and Cairngorm. Paget entry
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Remittal . ..,
Black Sacks 1)
Hackensack ..t 106
Dnuphtn ....: 103
Prince Salm Salm.. 99
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Dinah Shad 97 Prlnco Chlng.. ..... .108
Clovcrland 114 1 Hydrangea Ill
Graceful 101 Intone Arabia 99
Hurst Park 125 The Cricket Kit
Prince of Arrogan...l03l
BRIGHTON BEACH SELECTIONS.
New York. July 18 Brighton Beach selec
Sweet Lilian. Gotowin. Miller's
Third Race Stamping Ground,
Fourth Race Austin Allen. Palt ami pnn..
St Bellane '
Fifth Race Nlc Longworth, Mary Worth, Re
mittal. Sixth Race Oov eTland, The Cricket. Hurst
Cotton States Ltsgne.
At Vlcksburg Vlcksburg 2, Baton Rouge 1.
At Greenville Greenville X Natchez 1
At Monroe Pine Bluff 9. Monroe 3
At Grand Replds Grand rapids t. Evans
At Dayton Dayton I. Peoria 14
At South Bend South Rend 7. Terre Haute 4
At Fort W aj-ne-Fort Wayne 4. Wheeling J.
At Kansas City Kansas City 4. Louisville 2.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 8 Columbus 0.
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 8. Toledo 4
At St. Paul-St. Paul 7. Indianapolis 1.
At Colorado Springs Colorado Springs .
At Denver Denver 14. Sioux City 8.
At Omaha Des Moines 7, Omaha
MAE DAY BEAT
Elliott Mare Captured First Mon
ey in Fifth Hace at Fair
(iioiiiitls .lust So Won
.Mis Mae Day won the fifth raco at the
Tair Grounds' jesterday, but she had nono
too much to ppare over Lady Strathmore,
who was niaklns her first start locally for
this season, and who ilnL.hcd a strong
second to tho Ulliott mare.
Htld at bhort odds In the bettlnir. llae
Day seemed to justify her price for the
llrst three-quarters. Mm talloped alons
vigorously enough In front, but seemed
unablo to get away from Strathmore. who
idlovved persistently and who refused to
be snaken oft when Hue Day tried to draw
away iroltii around the lower turn.
Into the stretch, Strathmore moved up
enough to make it appear that she would
win from the favorite. But, with one flnal
torsi, Mae Day shook her off, held her
lead down the stretch and crossed tho lino
u short bit to the good, with Strathmore
(..lining fast at the close. Had the dls
tarne been reventy yards longer the purse
might have gone another way.
liilee was expected to take tha sixth
raco for the Elliott stable, but he failed
dismally. Ho was held favorite In the
betting and started out like a winner.
Another speedy contender, in the shape of
King's Court, brought him to grief here,
how ev er.
King's Court fairly streaked down the
track for live furlongB and Hllee ran hltr
self to death getting up. Tho Elliott geld
ing showed tho way Into the stretch then
promptly gave way to Orient, Trapsetter
and John Dovle, who camo with strong;
rushes at tho end. Trapsetter ran a great
race from where he got off and might have
been tho winner with a more favorable
Just So repeated his recent victory by
winning the fourth event. He was favor
ite at 11 to 10 and won handily enough.
Hrancas proved himself of considerable
merit by getting second place without
much trouble, wnllo Falkland got third
position. Flying Torpedo ran an indlf
terent race over a track which was hardly
to his liking.
Zlnda beat Arch Oldham In a falsely run
race. The Parke colt was best, and only
lost first money through an extremely bacf
looklng ride put up by Knight. An eighth
of a mile from home Knight went to the
rnladlo of the course with his mount, (sac
rificed all the advantage in lead he pos
sebhed and allowed Zlnda to get a lead
which Oldham could not overcome, al
though Knight was whipping him wildly
ard ostentatiously at the end. Knight was
set down for the balanco of the week for
Rosecourt won the second race, after
Lady Idrls had carried her wide coming
Into the streuh. I'lunkett. who rodo Lady
IdriB, was suspended for taking Rosecourt
to tho outer evige. Bab, the heavily plaied
favorite, finished second.
Lucky Charm won tho first race from
Bradwarlln and Fred PTlesmojcr.
Missouri Valley League.
R. H. E.
Springfield lOODoOOD 12 J I
Iohv 20040002 0-S 14 1
Batterles-Horton and Schmidt. Morgan and
SehtW Time-One hour and seventeen nUnutS.
. R n. n.
JopUn 0 0 0 0 8 0 2 0 02 10 4
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0OO10 O-l 6 4
iminrici-ujwen ana vandtrhlll; Lorrle and
Baerwald Umpire Collins.
At Fort Scott:
Time Two hours.
R. H. E.
Fort Scott 0 4 0 0 8 0 11 .. 1J lt 1
Leavenworth ...1 000000001 6 s
Batterica-Haney and Amrtrong: Gordon and
JTIrlch. Umplre-CUsack. TIme-Oae hour and
At Srdalla: First game:
r. 11. n
Sedalla .... 0040100100 17 8 C
Toreka . ...1 002010020 0 S 12 1
Battcries-Buuton and I; Carter and irr
Umpire Alberta, Time Two hours.
R. If li
Sedalla 4 0 3 2 10 0 1 ..-11 13 1
Topeka 0 000000000 3 0
Batteries Bunton and Lee. Hughes anl Corr.
Lmpure 1.00. Time One hour and thirty min-
Anisvteur Baseball Sjntcs.
The Unions defeated the Pchnurrs faunday by
the score of 6 to J. The batteries wore: Durney
and Whalea; Flood and Walsh. '
,?" s-'Jntn. m . team dsfeatM the Floerkes
Sunday by itit, score- of 2 to 1. For games with
the latter team address No. 2723 Blair avenue.
The Arithmometers defeated the Marrlss, 111
team Sunday by the reore of 10 to 2. The win
ners would like to hear from all out-of-town
teams. For particulars address William A.
Dyer. No. 314 Olive street.
The Piatt & Thomburghs defeated the Xenta.
Ill . team Sunday by the score of 9 to 2. The
batteries were: Carroll and Schenck: Lee and
The Lafeyettcs defeated tho Gray Eagles Sun
day by the score of IS to IS. The winners would
like to hear from all teams In the 15 and 1
YS.TJS!& claa- Address F. T. McGrade. No.
1207 Dillon street.
The Forest City defeated the Marries Sun
day by the score of 12 to 11 The winners
would like to hear from all teams In the 18-yeox-old
class. Address William Burton. No.
1,11 Coleman street.
The Larks would like to hear from all teams
In the 15 and 14 jear old class. Address o.
Grimm, No. 424S Iowa avenue.
The Beaveri defeated the Forests Sunday by
the scoro of 9 to 0 The winners would like
to arrange games with all teams In the 15 and
ls. J'ar & class. For particulars address It.
McBitarlty. No. 273 Hickory street.
The Fausts defeated the Ok-awvllle team Sun
day by the score of 4 to 2.
The Missouri' defeated tho Loulslanas Sunday
by tha score of 12 to 3.
The Marions would like to hear from all in
and out-of-town teams. For particulars address
Thomas Ecally, No. S16 Olive street.
The Ozarlis defeated the Edge-brooks Sunday
by the score of is to 0 For games wtth the
wlnnera address W. Berth. No. 103 North Third
Tin Covington defeated the Paris, Mo,, team
Sunday by the score of 6 to 1. The winners
would like to hear from all out-of-town teams.
For particulars and dates address George F.
Tibbies, No. 2321 Maiden Lane.
The Usonas and E. W.'s played a tie game
Sunday, the score being II to 1 The former
team would like to arrange out-of-town games.
WE A0VEKTIIE OILY
REYNOLDS & CO. I
St. Louis Office, 316 Fullerfon Bldg., 7th ind Pit-Bits.
Chicago Ofllce, ll Dearborn St. tk Floor.
Back Sheets on file for Inspection.
) King's Charm 5 to I, Won
SPECIALS Brancas 9 to 2, Second
j Mis Mae Day . . .'. 1 to 2, Won
10-to-l Special To-Day. 20-to-l Special for Wednisdn.
GIVE US A TRIAL AND BE
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garsrlcal cases, whether eons-enltal or acquire
Bledlcal DIatlonarr and Adviser tree at
'? WW III I I
Schoppe, No. 19 South Spring
The Orientals would like to har from all
out-of-town teams Address J, Dempsej, No.
1912 OTallon street.
The Royalj defeated the Bayards Funday bv
the score- ot 1? to 4 'the winners would llks
to hear from all teams in the 15 and 16 jear t U
clnas Adlrt-ss Charles Huber, No. 43:j De
"WAR" sa:vueus nnLiiAsiii).
('ordinals' S4ntlipnw Goes to Omnlia
Itnmor Sn Uscnr Junes Has
"War Sander, the Cardinals' diminutive
southpaw, has been dropped from the pay you.
Ho will In the future dish up his various as
sortment of curves for the Omaha team.
Sanders has figured very little in the Cardi
nals' llue-up since Joining tho local force-. 4.s
a momlng practice pitcher h has shown fair
speed and ability, but he ha. failed to rraka
good In the regular game-, and the Hob!ona
Eava decided that he needs more minor league
rchoollrg before Lreaklng Into tho major
After Sanders Is with tho Omha team for 14
jear or two he may have become sufficiently
versed In baseball to get bjrk In the major
leagues, but at nrezent It Is thought that ihs
Tennessee recruit Is a bit too light for fast
There was a rumor In fandom jes'erday thai
Oscar Jones of the Brooklycs would loin the
Cardinals before the end of the week.-.
The Roblsons denied the report, and from
present Indications tho locals have little chanc
to land Jonea. It waa said by fans that either
Donahue or another lnfieloer would, go to
Brooklyn if Jones came to hi. Loul
Jones pitched for Brooklyn yesterday and lest,
but he Is a great little workman, and would
prove, an asset to the locals could they land
With Gleasoo. Doyle and Long doing duty on
the same intleld. Duffy might do wU to organ
ize a G. A. R. post.
Jerry Nops and Walter Brodie are, with the
Wllkesbarre. Fa . team. It's hard to drive tha
vets out of the game.
Oarish. the Pittsburg mountain catcher,
will probably be recalled from the Eastern
League shortly, now that Phelps ts laid up
with on injured hand.
"Red" Dooln. the Phillies' j oung catcher, had
two of his finger split at Pituburg last Friday.
Sin-mv Strang has taken Jordan's place at
second for the Brooklyn He made one hit.
had two put-outs and made three oSls-s yes
terday. Peering made two of
the rirates' six hits
The Boston National- and Cardinals will resume
their games at League l'ark this afternoon.
Klther Flshr or Plttlnger will twirl for the
visitors, while Nichols will pitch for fat. Louis.
LCAC1I COMMAMJS I'lRATEO.
TaL.ea CTiante of IfTairs Darlnc Sick
ness of Clarke.
Pittsburg, pa., July IS There was a change
In the nttsburr club to-day. when Wagner,
who for four -ear has been assistant manager,
having charge of the team during the absence
of Fred Clarke, was supplanted by Tommy
Lesch. the scrappy HUIe third baseman.
Clarke is out of the game for nu-ne time.
being threatened with typhoid fever, and tfcs
change was decided on last night at a confer
ence between Drejfuss and Clarke
This morning Leach was called In by Dreyfuss
and asked to take control of the team and con
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have blamed on careless management eince the
sickness of Clarka,
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