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Featureless races marked the sec?
ond der of the race meet ed the Fair |
yesterday. None of
brought forth piaudrta from|
aha crowd, which wee by far the Jar*;,
eaa of any attending the eeooad day |
ataoe the establishment of the Fair.
The day waa ideal, and the track faster |
than on the opening dap.
The only race which caused excite?
ment wad the steeplechase. Haines.]
ridtag To plight, the favorite, waa dis?
mounted. A atahle hoy standing near
nesanted the horse and finished second,
though ha was disqualified. Jackson,
aa lady Frances, also had a spill, but
pineally remounted, and was rewarded
with second money for his efforts.
The banner card of the meet is of-1
fared tor to-day. Two stake
aha 1:1? ?rot, for li.ooo. and the 2:?T
trot, for ?2.000?will bring out fields
of the best harness horses aeon here
In years. Ja addition, there will be
three races on the flat and one over
the hurdles. The races will begin at
The first event, a 2:20 pace, open. I
was vroa handily by King Charlie la
three straight heat*, with Mary Kilon,
a Washington horse, second, and Helen
H. third. The fastest time of the race |
was made In the first heat?2:li 1-i
Virginia Augusta, an added starter,
after taking the first heat of the 2:1?
trot, waa outraoed by Prince HeMce.
the big hay easily capturing the three
succeeding heats and the race. Com?
missioner was an easy third, with I
Nellie MeZeue taking third money.
Senegambian repeated for his owner.
"Snapper" Garrison, by running away
from a big field in the five and a half
furlong dash, getting away in front
and never being headed. Takahira.I
David Dunlops horse, was second, with j
Agnes May third.
Amoret, the favorite, ran away with
his field in ths six-furlong dash, fin?
ishing far in frvnt. Deduction took
second money, and Merise third.
The steeplechase took the crowd and
furnished the only thrills Of the day.
Topllght. the favorite, fell, thrjwing
his rider, at the alxth Jump. Lady
Frances had ths same.misfortune, but
Jackson, who hsd the mount, regained |
'his saddle and finished In the money.
Toplight, ridden by a stable boy. fin?
ished eeeond. but his rider failed o
make weight and so waa disqualified.
The last race on the card, over a
mile and a sixteenth, was won In
drive by Hedge Rose, with the favorite.
Royal Prince, close at the mare'a
flanks. Rose F. and Little England
ran what looked like a dead beat, but
third money was awarded Rosa F.
pace, open, purse
King Charlie, b. g.1 1 1 1
Mary Ellen .* ? 3
Helen H. b. m. 2 i 3
Camilla, b. m.S 2 5
Lady Wealth, b. m.? Diat
Carita Dewey. b. m.Diet.
Time of heats?2:1514. ?:1?H. 2:17%.
Second race?2:18 trot, purse ?800?
Prince Hellce. b. h.2 1 * 1
Virginia Augusta.1 2
Commissioner, bi., g..I 8
Nellie McZeus. br. m.* ?
Kelly King .* ?
Sidney Dayton, ch. g. 8 <
Time of heats?2:1?%. 2:1?*,
Third race?three-year-olds and up- i
wards, purse ?250, five and one-halt
furlongs?Senegambian. bl. g.. 101
(Fergusson). first; Takahira. 112
(Lewis), second; Agnes May. 112
(Gardner), third. Time. 1:08 1-5. The?
tis. Galinda, Graf a. Bay Cliff. Ortson.
Uxaie Hoover. Gold Cheek and Agnler
Fourth race?for all ages, purse ?250,
six furlongs?Amoret. 122 (Kiraehaum).
first; Deduction. 108 (Dennison), sec?
ond; Merise. 112 (Pickett). third. Time.
1:18. Harvey S. Susan and^Silver Locks
Fifth race?Virginia State Fair Stee?
ple chase, about two miles add a quar?
ter purse ?826?
Ben Cole. 181. (Henderson), won.
lady Francia. Iii. (Jackson), second.
Topwrignt also ran. Time. 5:1?.
Sixth race?Three-yr ar-olds and up?
ward; one mile and a sixteenth, purse
?28??Hedgae Rose. 107. (Maderia).
won. The Royal Prince. 111. (Gard?
ner), second. Rose P.. 101. (Ferguson),
third. Time. 150. Otogo. Little Eng?
land. Montfolio. Blue Mouse, also ran.
Preermm sad Batstaa Te-day.
Charley K. blk. g.. Jore. Herman
R. Tyson. Newark. DeL
Bertha Fogg. b. m . Baron Dean.
Hermen R Tyson Newark. Del
Harry X S-, blk h_ Admiral Dewey.
Gurion Motor Co.
HEROES OF YESTERDAY'S BATTLE
Herman It Tyson. Newark, DeL
Humbolt. b. g.. Norval. & K. Earing.
Alton L. Brown, nr. h.. Alcantrua.
James Piorey. Bryn Mawr. Pa.
Line-March, br. g-. Pol March. A. B.
Comings. Reading. Pa.
Star Grettan. blk. a.. Orattoa. W.
& Mitchell. Baltimore. Md.
Robert &. b. g.. Gratton. W. B. Mit.
chell, Baltimore. Md.
Alfonso, br. g.. Constantino, W. R
Drake BennetteevlUe. 8. C.
Judge Palmer, a. h-. Bursaro, A. A.
Slade. Petersburg. Va.
Clay Thomas, gray h.. Fine Clay. E,
D. Lindley. Camden. N. J.
Free tor all?$600:
Dvelyn Patchen. br. m.. The Patchen
! Boy. Merrell dt Yon. Altoona, Pa.
1 Tomolian. ch. g.. Geo. W. Dewey.
W. Williams. Lima. Ohio.
Exall. ch- g.. Haxall. Jas. F. Fiory.
Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Greatest Uno, br. m.. Great Heart,
a W. Welch. Jr., North Adams, Mass.
OHee F.. d. m.. Attell. D. C. Arm?
strong, Princess Anne, Md.
Belkis C, b. m.. Baron An wood. M
F. Devon, Pa.
Dago. b. g.. General Forest Herman
R Tyson. Newark. Del.
Berka, b. m.. Blngars, Michael Mor?
ris Washington, D C. *
Handy J. . W. B> Clarke. Fre
denla. N. T
Moelle, b. nv, Berkshire. James
Fl ore y. Bryn Mawr. Pa.
Geneviene Constantino, b. m-, Her?
ls ne. James Flo rey, Bryn Mawr. Pa.
Sidney Dayton, ch. h.. Sidney Dillon.
W. B Mitchell. Baltimore Md.
Bon Ton b. h . Bondsman. R. Hent
scbel. Arlington. Md.
Dolly Cobacto. b. m-. Cobacto. But?
tonwood Stock Farm. Gettysburg, Pa.
Cathrine D- . Dr. Geo. A.
Wright. Saltyilie. Va
Baskl_^ W e. MlUsr. Washing?
ton. D. C
Red Prodigal. bV a. Prodigal, 8.
Walton. Falla Mills. Va
Baron Forest General. H. A. Hard
lag. Agt. Barton. Vt
Gram Rice. Liberty Chlmeaj H. A.
Harding. Agt., Barton. Vt.
Fourth race?Fire furlongs; all ages;
purse ?250??Gerden of Roses. tt|
?Sunn. 101: Galinda. lot; *Huda's Sis?
ter. 101; *Doc Tracy. S4; Elsie Hera
don. 103: Bono Von. IPS; Fancaette.
I0S: Bendaga, leg; Earl of Richmond.
Fifth race?Commonwealth Steepie
rhase purse 9404; two miles?Bpnlala.
135: Bot n? Brook. 14?; Mystic Light,
ICS: Dr. Hoard. 12?; Aronoe. 143; Mont
Sixth race?purse 1225; six furlongs;
three-year-olds and up?Bay Cliff, l?$;
Haaks and Facee, 120; -Sergeant Kirk.
ISO. -Overlook. io?. Vlfflala Cap. lid;
Harvey F- US; Promised Land. 1*5;
Billie Hlbbe. 110: Ursa Major. 11?.
Seventh race?Purse 923? three-year
olds aad up: one mile?The Royal
j Prince. MSJ; Little England. 1?3; Pre
Ble. Ill: *Peen Over. ?t; Cloud, MM
Banorella, 1*3- I
?Five pounds apprentice allowaace!
First running race will be called at
m COACH FOR'
Dr. Maddux. Former Bad, Ar?
rives to Help Speed Elliott
? Develop Eleven.
(Sr* > '.>? T>? TretsS vospaica ]
rt?er ?. V O-tefeer i-P?*r
cee . .. ? k-j ????- .a* VWsesea reores'
r*ae? te-da? the s*w arrteJ heiag t>r H
robe" steddas. C f army, a seesaw sad.
Dt N.r s* - Me eatn* asn snaa *? tfee
rwavi ? e%t? Head reeea Flam aenedsag
fest tuae wen? tae awd aad third teams
a* esse* ?r ar* t;i? t
The arat sad serosa
BOW K*e>e Us*'
? eS third StSSSaa tfee? wem et M
and teage. aaesaesa eaiy ? sea M
eere te play. Qaai teiaaek Aap?
swey fee a asaagapej sag red i
a Maser Saga | ap wen dt
JOCKEY WOLF IS
Thrown in First Race at Laurel.
Good Priced Horses
Laurel. Md.. October $.?Jockey
Wolf was thrown by Rln?llnx In tbs
runnln* of tbs first race to-day at
?Vaurel. The rider waa taken to tbs
Johns Hopbine Hospital. At s late
bour to-night he was reported to be
d3laa ss weU ss conld he expected.
Good pries horses continue to win
Ibeir share of the purses Summary:
First race?two-year-olds, five fur?
longs, seUlaa. parse $500?Lewin. 101
(Tesbsn). 13 to i. 5 to 1. 2? to 1. first;
Orossenor. 112 (Burns), in to 1, 7 to
5. second; Fred Ijery, 10* (Byrne), 10
ts 1. third. Time, 1:07 2-5. Hans
Creek, Bichland. Brynary. Frank Hud?
son. Bins line. Battery. Corn Cracker.
Hen Peck and Early Light also ran.
Second race?three-year-olds and up,
Sellins;, two miles, purse $500?Mia*
Hints. 14? (Allen)? 7 to 5, a to 5. 1 to
4. first: Lieste Flat. 140 (Stevenson.}.
8 to 5. 7 to Id, second; Black Bridge,
1SS (Keatina), 1 to 1. third. Time.!
B:S1 3-5. Scholar, Jesuit, Abeconder
snd Agresalon also ran.
Third race?aU agree, maidens, sell-;
ins;, one mile, purse $M0?Wo >d Dove.
104 (Ambrose). S to 1. Z to 2, 3 to X
first: Irene Gurnmel, 1ft (Sch?ttln* er>.
8 to 5, 4 to 6, second: Triton. 109?
(Burns), even, third. Time, 1:41 4-5.
Fly-by-Nln-ht. Hu(hte Quinn, Gilbert
and Conourran also ran.
Fourth race?three-year-olds and up,
?cosdftlons, one mile, purse, $600?
Prince Ahmed. 109 (Small), S to 5. 1
to 2, oat. first; Dr. Duenner. 112 (But
well), 1 to 2, out, secjnd; Mission, lot
(McTaarart). 2 to 7, third. Time. 1:3?
4-5. Amelia Jenas. Ocean Blue ?nd
Harle? Lass also ran.
Fifth race?all ag-es. handicap, sis
furlongs, purse $600?Tsnkee Notions.
99 (Karrick), 9 to 6, 7 to 10. 2 to 5
first; Sir John Johnson, 1X2 (Schuttin- |
srsr), 1 to 1. 1 to 2. second; Housemaid, j
111 (McTaagart). 7 to 10, third. Time, j
1:13 1-5. Ambrose, ?prlngooard. Cowl, j
Rosseaux and Rose Queen also ran. ]
I Sixth race?three-year-olds, one mfle
and seventy yards, selling;, purse $(00?
Colonel Cook. 10$ (Hopkins). S to 1. ?
to 6, 7 to 10. first; Cloud Chief, 111
I (Butwsll). ? to 1, 3 to 1, second;
j Breaker Boy. 102 (F jrd). ? to 19. third.
Time, 1:44 3-6. little Ep. Monkey.
Camellia, ApJastsr. Sir Giles. Manss
seh, Pardner and Gates also ran.
UP CITY SERIES
Philadelphia, Pa.. October a?The Pbila- j
delphia American team evened the intercity
league serjes to-day by defeating the Phila?
delphia National Leaguers I tt 1 Plank,
backed op by fast fielding.^ held the Phillies
safe throughout the game.
Score: B. B. E.
Americans .?.4 ]S S
Nationals.1 ? *
Batterie??Plank and Lapp: Seaton. Bren?
nen and Killlfar. Umpires, Johnstons and;
FAVORS REO SOX
Thousands Who Watched The
Times-Dispatch Scoreboard Yell
Frantically as Beaton Wins.
The thoasside of people who moved
back and forth and took tarns at keep?
ing an eye on The Tlmee-TMepatch
electric acore board yesterday after?
noon were Bad Sox rooters. There
wasn't any doubt about that. There
was bis; cheering, to be sure, when
New York took the lead, bat when
Boston put ons over la the sixth, and
tbrss mars in the seventh, the scream?
ing sod yelling was load enough to
terrify a deaf cat la Fulton, The
Giant followers game back in tbs
ninth wbsa klerkls scored on Myers*
double, and bedlam broke loose again,
but it wasn't s marker to tbs yeU
that went up wben Crandall. the laat
man up, bit tbe air sad ended tbs
From a scoreboard standpoint it was
?ome gams. Just as quickly as s play
was made st tbs Palo Grounds that
fast would be flashed, and a little elec?
tric bulb told what bad happened. Tbs
lights danced all over the field, on and
around the bases, while three set in a
row showed bow many were down.
Anybody who knows anything about
a ball game didn't have to ask bis
neighbor what a signal meant.
Many business men and jaany clerks
were a bit lata In tbe afternoon. They
filed into Bank Street or Into Capitol
Square to spend a moment: tuey no/a;
sot away under two Innings, and after!
eseb inning hundreds of folk raced
away and hundreds rsced back. Parti
of the multitude stuck It out to tbs
end, regardless of Jobs
Tbe police worked bard to> keep tbs
street opsa to traffic, but It looked ss
if every hack driver sad every dray?
man is town bad some mission in Bank
Street, and they tame through |a
droves The women remained In Cap?
ital Square, standing with tbs net
without getting weary. - When the
gams was over the crowd fled- just
ss tf It was running away from tbs
plague, .having suddenly thought that
there was work to be doss elsewhere.
But it would have stock had the BBBsj
gone to nineteen innings.
There was class to tbs rooting. Oass,
for Instance, whoa a light on tbs score?
board shouted "foul hail,'' there was a
brief delay before tbs Beat signal
flashed. "Aw t'row dar ball la." yelled
s rooter with red whiskers, and every?
body took it up. Agala whoa Tssress
was being hstssstrsa, when he was
walking batters, tbs crowd Jeered, de?
manding that he he relieved Tbs
whole thing wss last about as real as
ft coild have been made
For tbs Information of thoee who
watched it might he stated that tbs
telegraph wire worked direct frees tbe
Pols Grounds to tbe scoreboard v\ sen
a sssn Strock oat. the sews was Mass?
ed laatsstssssssty; whsa delays oc?
curred, it wis due ts Sslays la tbs
gerne set with tbs BH Hue,
A aiiawssal lawyer who had sa tea
portant eagagieasst at the CSty Hall
at S o'clock stSM.d for s moment ts
?steh tbs game. He forge* *B snout
low sad toss eatn the saalUtsds moved
away ssTtw/^Ci snsaM sawed
Every day da rung the world's ssrtes
the sssstilu scoreboard win he ss the
Job. starting at X o'clock it iisselas
* Old Enjttsh
ts ha saga tf BsBwBBJ
wfjl sash i the Onsets
?aworries la tbe
IS II FACTOR
(Continued. From Seventh r*l?)
re?u fluttered for a brief moment be?
tween victory end defect Waener
end Cody had singled, there wore two
cot, with Hooper up. In one final ef?
fort with two strikes called, Teereso
torched forward and Hooper lifted a
short foal Jost tn front of the stands
Meyers ihashrl for it lunged forward,
and the hall drifted bp. within an mob
of ids store.
An inch la only an Inch, but ?* meant
the game. Hooper tore lato the neat
bail for a double, scoring Wagner, and
Steve Yorkes carried the dap with a
aolld blow to centre, which drove in
the two runs nseded at the ewisb to
win the battle. Two es-Southern
Leaguers. Speaker and Terkee. drove
la three of Boston's four runs, starting
and finishing the two rallies which
beat back the champions of the older
league and pat them upon the de?
fensive. The band did not play
-Dixie." thereby showing its lack of
knowledge in the dope.
Boston won because It had dhe punch
?the punch la the pinches. The Bed
Son had the punch at the bad and ehe
punch la the box. They hit bat IHtle.
but with a rally once started, carried
H through to a finish. Wood worked
with more nerve than bril?ency. His
thrllkng specialty consisted la leaping
from one bad hole to another. They
had him In the dismal grotto round
after round, but when the showdown
cam* he rallied In the nick of time.
Eleven strikeouts shows his mastery
in many of the pinches. And ret the
Giant attack nicked him for eight hits
and three earned runs, with the tying
and winning rune on when he settled
back for Ui final shot.
The great thrill of the da?, a thrill
which swept 4t.ee? to their collective
hoofs wstk a vocal spasm which tare
third round. Neither
Derer* walked for the Giant* and
Doyle poked a doable to left?a double
Suck Hol- We*m?r al-aJd h*r.
eaten aMee. It was ?hoa*P ??????
grase, bat Snodgras. f**j?c<??d
were two eat-?w? out with jack Mar.
rar senil ng up ?ceoMaa; up for ms
twenty-first time tn werkt settee assy
without a hit against_bhiiutn?s.
The great crewel V**^"
to.', loyal l*S*oa
aoa haaairs hp the wind. Murray, tee
hitlers, up at tats ?*mm*^**?
two man gone! Ma sahjhty Casey
BM^TamV bwt Casey's ??????
la every way
braoaeaTMarray tore otT hie ?ret alt
IT^LV riguTiime. -ad two Wants
werToVer the ptate with a big bulge,
r^ade^thoy ewaatn-t hold -gainst
Tesrsaa-s aasute ternared ?ha ?ahm.
iST^Lere. the only Ot?t ruaa
Moyera reaped Wood tn the afinth for
n^Xg^fld*. which aaakal tn.
Game With Weatern Maryland,
, Show* Vast Improvement in .,
[Special to Th* Tiroes-Dispatch. 1
laxington, Va. October a?The um
?ad gam* of tho sea sea oa Wilson)
Weld showed a marked improvement
la tho Whit* and Blue team over Ufa
previous week's contest The team,
was enabled bo introduce nearly every*
phase of the ?ante, and showsd a hat??
tar variety of pkayo than was poawibla
In tho first game. Tho seers sf St
ts II. by wbloh Western Maryland was
defeated. Is not really Indicative of
tbs relative strength of th* two teams.
Tbe first touchdown mad* by Western,
Maryland resulted after a series of
penalties indicted on tbs WsalUagton
sad lew *aa?n for offsMe : playing,
holding and using the Baads lb inter?
ference, which amounted to more than,
tho actual gains made by tbs Mary*
land boys. jKhe aseond touchdown
came as a result of a long forward
pass, with only ton seconds more to
play, at a Urn* when ail of tbs regit?
bars had boon replaced by substitutes
sad Captain MJUer was tbs only firs*
team man In the line-up.
Stewart, the big loft tsekle. hsd hi*
Shoulder badly injured, and will pos?
sibly ' be out of tb* gain* for two
wseke or more. Edwards, Who scored
th* first touchdown, and whoso smash
lag drives through the line was ons
of the features of the game, was also
Injured, but not seriously, sad will
not be kept from the line-up that
faree Georgetown Satnrday.
The gsme was msrred by consider?
able wrangling, both sides frequently
being penalised for offside plays and
holdings Varsity, however, showed
a decided improvement in form, fum?
bling not being as frequent as In tho
previous gerne, and (fa* Interferon** of
tho backe was much faster and more
compact The forward pasa was
worked to a great extent by both sides,
Washington and l>e using it to sdvan.
tage' in a half dosen or more trials.
Western Maryland offered a variety of
trick plays, but on only two or three
occasions were they e gabled to gain
with thorn. They were particularly
good in executing the long "scissors'*
pass, st one time gaining about thirty
yards by using- It.
Only straight football was used by
Washington and t>e. their principal
gains being effected by wide end runs
and line drives. Peeplee eras especially
good in smashing the line, on one oc?
casion breaking through the line and
running forty yards Dor a touchdown.
?Salles. Terry and Bone also tore on?
yard after yard when called on. Rsf
tery played bis usual heady game, and
secured a beautiful drop kick from a
dilHcult angle tn the third Quarter.
Francis played a stellar game at end.
his oatonwg of forward passea being
one of the decided features of the
game. Barker, the guardian of the
other extreme of the line, played hie
usual consistent saune, while Staat?
alas showed up welL The two big
guards, Rogers end Captain Miller, and
Moore, at centre, allowed nothing to
come through the centre of the line,
and spilled many of the Western
Maryland play a.
In the last quarter Coach ReUly al?
lowed every member of the souatT-to
get la the game, and several Of the
"scrubs- showed up in good form.
The first three days of this week
will he spent In secret practice, with a
final acriiuinage on Thursday. About
twenty men will he taken to George?
town, and while Coach Rofily will
mak* no pre died on. he has seeer? t
plays np his sleeve that are hakes to
prove eurprtsee. and bo is expecting,
if his men remain tn condition, to have
the team make a creditable shewing
?^Cannon Ball" Beohring. who has
act been allowed to play in any game
aa yet, expects to be la auch akape
aa will allow him to get In the game
Saturday. With the exception of the
I iarjury to Stewart, the team is in good
aga>ehir trim, and It is with a feeling
of confidence that they meet the first
big struggle on the schedule.
[Lack of Training Clearly Shown
by Benedictine, Though Eleven
Richmond Academy defeated the
eleven from Benedictine College aa tba
Academy grounds to the tune of S?
t* IS yesterday afternoon. The
Academy team starred la every panes
of the game. Though a hewing lack
of training, the kVaadlctiaa team pat
up a plucky game. Captain Pitt wan
eaeUr the star of taw game, and hat
: lawful execution of the forward
saw .left gsart.la Bedrid
I Darts .right tackle. Mann
Weed .left tackle. Gibbon*
I Carter. K.
Her .left and-Panting
iPttt .?s.aertae..... Manhunt
Time of a sorters, t miauten. Car?
ter <R C). referee: rvFlaherty (ft C\
537 BIJOU r.t