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Hi H rim evening standard, ogden, utAh, Tuesday, September 5, 191s. ' 'LiKjI
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H Sturdy lowan Takes Nineteen Minutes to Win
H From the Russian Lion Secures First Fall in
1 Fourteen Minutes and the Second in Five
H -- Facts of tho championship -t- i
Hj - match: -f 1
H -r "Winner Frank Golch of Hum-
H - bofdt, Iowa; obnmplon of tho -t-
M i world.
H i 4- Losor Gcorgo Hacken-
H 1 ' . schmldt of Dorphta, Russia, Eu-
H .' -- ropean champion.
H "- First fall Gotch pinned -t-
H J Hackenschmldt with a reverso
V v-f- body hold. Time, U: IS 1-5.
H -- Second fall Gotch 'pinned 4-
H i n-f- Hackenschmldt with a too lock, -f
H -f- Time, 5:.'21-o.
Total wrestling time--
- --- 10:50 2-5. -t-
B -- Attendance 30,000, estimated.
H . -- Total receipts, ?S7,053.
Hl' Gotch's share ?21.000 and 50
4 4- per cent moving picture profits.
H'E 4- Hackcnschmidt's Bhnrc ?13, -4-
i 4- 500.
H i i -!- Jack Curlcy, manager of 4-
H v s 4.. Hackenschmldt, received $29,-
m 4- 000 as his tjhon
11 4- Empire Athlotic club's sharo 4-
HV 4- ?G,250.
H ' -4- Expenses $16,36fi. 4-
H,'i , Refereo Edward IT. Smith
H ! 4- Chicago. 4-
H l 4- Timekeeper "Walker II
H, Rokersall, Chicago. 4-
B, , CHICAGO, Sept !. The geograph-
'i ical center of the wrestling world was
Hi I more than ever fortified at Humboldt.
H I Iowa, ihe home of Frank Gotch, to-
Dj I day. Moreover, Referee Edward "W.
H V Smith, who proclaimed the world's
HJ champion victor over George Hack-
H cnschmldt in two straight, quick falls,
B declared that for the next ten years
K . there would bo no shift of tho wrest-
H , ling capital, unless Gotch should
H choose to change his place of resl-
H fi Tho Russian's showing was pitiful.
H t The crowd decreed that he had "quit,'
H j hut tho dofcated challenger, throuch
Hj fj copious tears, averred that ho enter-
H j' cd tho arena with, a wrenched knee,
H 3 on which Gotch worked and speedily
Kj reduced him to almost an helpless
' ; Jn any event it is certain that tho
H' ' -foreigner's nerves wcro on edge. Ho
H I spent a sleepiest; night and was palo
' i whon he crawled through the ropes.
K v Dr. J. J. DavlB, who examined both
B1 l wrestlers boforo they went to the
H jj mat, declared that while there might
B -", be something wrong with Hacken-
Schmidt's knee, It was not evident
H during tho examination.
h i t line it look, vjoluq louricon luui-
H U utcs and eighteen and one-fifth aec-
1 1 1 , . ondg to gain the first fall, tho scc-
H ! ' nd fall required only five minutes
3 f an(l thirty-two and one-fifth seconds,
HH i If which Hackcnschmidt's friend a-
H fiert, proves that his knee was in bad
B R condition.
, Refereo Smith is authority for tho
B statement that when Gotch secured
iH i -r the fatal toe-lock, which won him
, tho second fall, Hackenschmldt cried
' out: "Don't hurt my toe," and a soc-
. ond later, "Don't break my leg," and
K - . fell with his shoulders to the mat,
H -frothing at the mouth. The first fall
B resulted from a reverse body hold
& I nfiar the men had struggled 14:18 1-5,
H J I That terrible toe hold for which Gotch
H 1; famous was responsible for the sec-
Hci ;' ond fall. He clamped It upon the left
H'j fot of Hackonschmldt and ended the
H' second fall in 5:32 1-5. Scarcely had
H he obtained the grip when Hacken-
M-, schmldt acknowledged defeat with bis
Hd j i shoulders. Hackcnschmidt's own
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I statement, that It was the easiest
world's championship ovor won tolls
tho story of tho bout.
I Gotch never was in serious difflcul
i ty nt any time during the match. Nei
ther was ho forced to extend hlmsclT
to win. Tho lowan got In all half a
dozen dangerous holdB on his antag
onist. Hackenschmldt had Gotch wor
ried but onco. During the first bout
Hackenschmldt obtained a body hold
on Gotch that brought him to tho
mat. But the champion was on the
canvas but a few seconds. Then
he was down only as far as his knees.
Almost beforo the "Hon" realized his
opponent was in a dangerous predica
ment, Gotch had wriggled out of the
hold and was bounding across the
ring to safety.
For his dofeat Hackeuschmidt of
fers but one oxcuso that his left
knee was injured in training two
weoks ago, weakened under the pres
sure of tho iron hands of Gotch and
it was useless to continue at the risk
of being permanently injured Hack
enschmldt went into the ring witb
the knee in a bandage.
But regardless of whothor Hacken
schmldt's knee was in bad shape, ho
was In no state montally to enter the
contest. Hackenschmldt was unnerved
before he entered the arena. "Whether
k was from worry over his injured
kneo or his frottlng over the match it
Is not known. Like Jeffries at Reno,
tho Russian spent a sleepless night
before the battle His trainers tried
overy means to make him at ease.
They had him room with Johann
Koch, a German, and one of Koch'q
chief duties was to sing songs of the
Fatherland to the Russian and try
to make him feel at ease. But Hack
enschmldt would not bo calmed.
After trying vainly for several
hours to go to sleep, ho pleaded with
Ills trainers to givo him drugs that
would glvo him rest. They refused
to do this and Hackenschmldt retired
to fret the night away.
In the minds of the vast crowds
that saw tho match there was no
doubt as to which was tho bettor '
wrestler Gotch outpointed, oiu-gen-erallcd
and out-gamed his opponent.
The lowan appeared to be faster than
ho over had been before. His condi
tion was perfect. Ho entered tho
ring filled with confidence and never
once did he lose his coolness. At ev-
ory stago of tho bout ho smiled as
though he nevor had 'the slightest
doubt as to tho outcome.
On tho other hand Hackenschmldt
seemed ill at ease During the first
fall he went about his work with his
face set and anything but the glint of
confidence in his eye. After Gotch
had P.llntVl tllrt flrqf frill ihn nrwtrnrrn
of the Russian appeared to havo ooz-'
cd out of him With shoulders stoop
ed and oyes downcast, he sat In his
corner awaltfng the starting signal.
Up In a box in tho center of the
grandstand sat two women who did
more, perhaps, to cheer Gotch on to
victory than all the other persons in
tho audience They were his wife
and his mothor Frequently whllo in
the thickest of the fray Gotch found
time to look toward the two women
and smile During the ten minutes'
Intermission between falls, he did not
got at once to his dressing room, but
6tood for a momont In his corner, I
smiling and waving at the two wom
en. Hackenschmldt was heartbroken
over the result. In his dressing room
for half an hour he sat In his wrest
ling garb, crying and refusing tho
proffered attention and cheering
words of his trainers.
"Go away," he said to aU of thorn.
"Leave me alone."
And then his broad chest was heav
ed and the tears rained from his oyes.
Gotch only smiled after the match
was over He said the result was
exactly as he thought it would be.
The story of the actual wrestling
13 soon tolo Time was called at 3:15
o'clock. The contestants immediate
ly locked heads and began feeling
each other out
For five minutes they tugged at
each other's necks, wrists and arms,
but neither obtained a dangerous
It was Gotch who first turned at
tention to the legs. He made soveral
ako passes at Hackenschmldt'3
knees beforo he finally obtained a
knee hold at the end of eight and n
half minutes. Once the Iowan's mas
sive hands were fastened on Hacken
schmidt's left leg, the Russian went
down He struggled out of that and
a subsequent hold of tho same kind
and then becamo the asgressor. At
ten minutes Hackenschmidt got a
body hold and put Gotch on the mat.
But he was down only an instant.
After fourteen minutes of wrest
ling Gotch started Hackenschmldt
downward with a knee hold, faked a
crotch and then quickly worked the
Russian Into a half nelson. They
struck the mat together head to head.
Then Gotch pivoted on his opponent's
stomach, clamped on a reverse body
bold and the first fall was over.
The first five minutes of the sec
j ond bout was a-replica of that period
in the first. But of a tuddeu Gotch
I reached down with his right hand,
grasped Hackenschmldt's left ankle
and unbalanced the man. "Whilo
Hackenschmldt was trying to regain
bis equilibrium Gotch struck the
"lion's" injured leg with his knee
and the Russian crumpled Into a heap
on tho canvas. Instantly Gotch was
on lilm, the powerful right hand firm
ly locked on the toes of tho under
man's left foot. Hackenschmidt
screamed a couple of times, rolled
over on his shoulders and gave up.
MATSIDE, CHICAGO, Sept. (. The
wrestling championship of the, world
remains at Humboldt, Iowa. It took
Ftauk Goteb, who made that tow'n 'fa
mous juBt nineteen minutes and fifty
seconds to topple over George Hack
cnBchnUdt, who thua twice failed to
wrest the world's highest wrestling
honors from the sturdy lowan.
Gotch secured the first fall with a
roversc body lock In fourteen mln
utes and eighteen and one-fifth sec
onds Tho second fall required ex
actly five minutes, thirty-two and one
fifth seconds. According to the gen
eral comment Hackenschmidt entered
the ring like a beaten man.
He looked like a loser. Gotch was
supremely confident and master of
tho situation at every stage.
Tho second fall looked as If the
"Hon" from across tho water simply
quit. It was rather a pitiable spec
tacle. Gotch bold a levee just outside of
the platform of the arena, whllo Mrs.
Gotch held another one in the grand
stand. Mrs. Gotch's Statement.
"What do I think of It? Woll, it was
rather easy, wasn't it? Frank can
really wrestle some, though I can
not say verv much, as Frank Is real
ly the moro Important member of tho
family. Thank everybody for tho
nice way they stood by my husband."
Follco were required to clear the
aisles in order to nfford a pnssago
for the champion's wife.
"Honest VVr,n"t think it would bo
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THE UNDEFEATED CHAMPION.
so easy. I expected to win, but not
with the ease with which it was ac
complished. I had not been in tho
ring three minutes when I knew that
Hackenschmldt was even less to be
foarod than he was three years ago."
"I have nothing' to sa)-," the defeat
ed Russian grunted.
Gotch mado his way to his dressing
room with the assistance of his broad
I shoulders and n squad of police. Ho
wadod through the crowd like a big
Atlantic liner going through a fleet
i of tugs.
In his dressing room Hacken
schmidt broke down and cried and
with the floodgate of his tearG his
tongue was loosened and he said
"I was In no condition to wrestle.
p Two weeks ago I wrenched my left
leg. My trainers told me I could go
1 in without Injuring the member. But
i we had scarcely got to w6rk whon
Gotch began to pull and twist my left
leg, I realized that I was In no' con-
. ditlon to continue the match. I am
' no qulttor. Neither do I desire to
charge that I was not treated square
ly. My defeat is due entirely to tho
Injury. I feel deeper than words can
tell the loss of this match. However,
I did my best. No man could have
I done more."
I Dr. Roller's View.
Dr. Roller said after the match:
A gamer man man uacKenscnmiat
might have continued the match
There can be no doubt that he was
injured. His condition now will show
that. However, I havo seen other
wrostlers who were suffering rrom
injuries fully as bad as that of Hack
onschmldt go through their matches,
until It was no longer possible for
them to continue "
Abo Arends, as soon as he could
make his way to the press stand, told
the reportois that when Gotch secur
ej the toe lock Hackenschmldt cried
"Lot go; it's hurting." and fell flat,
bleeding at the mouth.
By Frank A. Gotch.
"Honestly. I didn't think it would be
so easy. Hackenschmldt gave me
such adosporate struggle In our first
meeting that I wns prepared and ex
pected to go through a hard, drawn
out battle. Tho vf ry minute we locked
heads I felt confident that I would
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win, but 1 really didn't think victory1'
would come so quickly.
"Hackenschmldt dtdn't display tho
nerve and strength ho did In our for
mer match. He was not aggressive.
He appeared to bo afraid When I
saw that Hackenschmldt didn't try to
break down by defense or squirm out
of holds. I became determined to cud
it as quickly as possible.
"I am sorry ho laid his poor show
ing to an Injured kneo. for I wanted
to mako the victory a clean one
When I defeated him three years ago
It was charged than" won unfairly.
Today I hoped that Hackenschmldt
would bo at his best, because I want
ed to prove that I was his master."
By Georgo HaokenGchmldt.
"It was the cheapest world's cham
pionship ever won I entered the con
test with an Injured knee and had my
shoulders pinned to tho mat for the
first time In my wrestling career J
have no one to blame. T should not
have gone Into the match, but I was
advised that I could wrestle without
further Injuring my kneo.
"But I had hardly got to work when
Gotch began to torture me with his
too grips. I then realized I was In
no condition to continue. I am not a
quitter, neither do I deslro to charge
that I was not treated fairly.
"I am satisfied that my defeat was
due entirely to the Injury. I would
like to meet Gotch again, for I feel
doopor than words can tell the loss of
this match. I did ray best under tho
conditions That is all I can say."
By Refere; Smith.
"Gotch won honestly and fairly
Hackenschmidt did not show his usual
gnmoness or aggressiveness.
"I do not doubt that he was not in
I tho best con lltion, for he looked wor
ried and fri?htened when the match
began. He begecd Gotch to release
his punishing toe hold and evidently
was In great pain when Gotch forced
him to defeat
"On cloverness alone Gotch should
easily romaln the champion for ten
more years. He Is without doubt the
most scientific man I have ever seen
on the mat
"His work In the first fall was mar
velous and so fast that I could scarce
ly follow It, although I was within a
few feet of the men.
"Gotch filrst faked a crotch hold,
then suddenly he got a half-Nelson on
Hackenschmidt In the wink of an
eyo, Gotch nlvoted on Hackenschml-U's
stomach, switched to a reverse bodv
hold and downed his man. It was the
speediest shift I havo eer seen on
"Hackenschmidt was In great pain
during the period when Gotch had tho
toe hold on him. 'Don't hurt mv toe.'
ho cried at Prst. But Gotch continued
to put on tho pressure. 'Don't break
my leg,' wns the next shouted nppeal.
The end came a second later.
By Jack Jurley, Manager of Hacken
pchmidt. "Deep in my heart there is a proud
feeling that the American won. but I
am very sorry trjat Hackenschmidt
lost his match. Im all the more sor
ry because 1 knofr positively that ho
wont on as a favor. to me to save the
show, when only two weeks ago he
toro two ligaments on the si le of his
leg, which laid him up so that he could
not train for two days.
"The calling: off of the hots was the
result of the consultation among those
interested, who feared that even If
Hackenschmldt was confident that ho
could deDend on. .his leg, there was
some chance hat backers who
wagered on him would not bo getting
the same run for their monoy that
they would If his leg was welU
"I hope Hackenschmldt will recelvo
another chance at tho title at the
hands of the American sporting public"
Waahinoton 6, Philadelphia 6.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. A. After
noon same Washington broke even
vlth Philadelphia today by winning
this afternoon In eleven Innings. Tho
visitors won on Conroy's double and
Milan's single. Score. R. H E.
Washington G 8 5
Philadelphia - . 5 13 1
Batteries "Walter, Johnson and
Ainsmlth and Henry Morgan, Dfin
forth, Plank and Thomas.
Cleveland Takes Two Games.
CLEVELAND Sept. 4 Cleveland
made in five straight from Chicago
this morning. Chicago used three
pitchers all lefthanders Cleveland
hitting each hard. Score: R. H E.
Cleveland 0 14 3
Chicago , S 11 2
Batteries Falkenberg, Kranp and
Smith; Mogrldge, Baker, White and
Cleveland won this afternoon from
Chicago. Gregg pitched good hall and
was brilliantly supported. Score:
R. H. E.
Cleveland 9 12 2
Chicago 2 S 2
Batteries Gregg and Smith, Olra
stead and Payne.
New York Wins Both.
BOSTON. Sept. 1 Both Ford and
Woods pitched good hall this morning,
but the fleldlpg errors back of the
latter gavo the- game to the visitors.
Score: R. H. E.
New York G fi 2
Boston 3 9 5
Batteries Ford and Blair. Wood
Afternoon game New York took
two games from Boston today by win
ning this afternoon. Vaughn whs al
most unhlttable, the locals only run
being scored when Vauchn went wl;d
Score: R II. E.
Boston , 1 1 I
New York .' 5 11 1
Batteries Knfeer, Naclo and Wil
liams I and Carrlgan; Vaughn and
ST. LOUIS, Reut. 4. Detroit and St.
Louis spilt a donblobeader today. St.
Louis bunched tholr hits in the fifth
and sixth innings, while Peltv was in
vincible in all but" two Innings and
won tho first garao. Detroit, ono run
behind jn Ibsavanih hunched hUs
wjth errors and .arpiiss In tho second,
scoring six runs and winning the sec
ond game Scores:- " J
First i'ame ". , R. H. E.
Detroit ;,r ?, -7 2
St Louis .- 7 11 I
Battorlos Works, Summers and
Schmidt; Polty and Southwlck.
Second game R. H.E.
Detroit ... . 10 12 5
St. Louis ;.,.' r S 13 5
Batteries Laflttc. Willet and Stan
ago; Lako, Powell and Stephens.
Brooklyn Takes Two.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 4. Brooklyn
smum iiii TilinBi
pounded tho delivery of Alexander in '
tlje seventh inning of tho morning
game and won, driving him from the
box. Kncltzer was hit on tho top of
tho head by a lino drive by Ludcrus
In the fourth Inning. Tho ball bound
ed twenty feet In the air. It was
thought tho pltchor'R skull was frac
tured, but he soon recovered and
pitched hotter than before. Score:
Philadelphia 2 5 3
Brboklyn 6 9 1
Batteries Alexander, Moore and
MIddon and Kloinow; Kncltzer and
Bergen and Irwin.
Afternoon game Brooklyn made I:
two In one day off Philadelphia by
winning this afternoon. Rucker had
the visitors helpless throughout, but
one man reaching third. The locals
hit Moore hard and took advantage of
numerous errors. Score: R, H. E.
Philadelphia 0 4 5
Brooklyn G 10 2
Batteries Moore, Curtiss and Klel
uow, Rucker and Bergen,
PITTSBURG, SopL 4. Pittsburg
broke even today with Cincinnati,''
taking the inorninc game by a free
use of pinch hlttors and losing the
afternoon game when in tho eighth
inning Miller and Campbell had a col
lision in going after a fly, letting In
two runs. Score:
Afternoon game R. H.E,
Pittsburg l f. 0
Cincinnati 3 11 1
Batteries Lelfleld and Gibson,
Humphries and McLean.
New York 6, Boston 4.
NEW YORK. Sept. 4. Morn'ng
game New York took a commanding
lead over the Bostons early In the
first game today nnd held It to tho
end. Score: R. H.E.
Boston 4 9 0
New York 6 S 2
Batteries Tyler and Kllng; Rider,
Ames and Myers.
St. Louis 7, Chicaco 5.
CHICAGO. SepL 4. Morning game
Chicago used five pitchers against
SL Louis this morning, but the visitors
won by bunching hits. Score:
St. Louis 7 13 2
Chicago S fi 1
Batteries Smith, Mclntyre, Rlch
ter, Tonov, Brown and Needham;
Golden, Geigor, ?I?rmon and Bliss.
Chicago 5, St. Loula 4.
CHICAGO. Sept. i. Afternoon
game Chicago split even with St.
I ouls today by winning the afternoon
gamo Bases on halls and a ninth In
ning rallv by St. Louis wore the fea
tures Score R. H. E
Chicago 5 5 2
SL Louis 4 11 2
Batteries Reu'hach and Needham;
Woodburn, McAdams and Bliss.
Boston 8, New York 7
NEW YORK, Sept. 4. Secoul
game In a tenth Inning rally in
which they scored three runs, Boston
split even with New York. Marquard
pitched invincible ball for seven In
ning and with a lead of five runs
crumbled to pieces In the eighth,
when Boston tied the score. New
York mado a groat rally In tho tenth,
scoring two runs, and hnd three on
bases, when Myers lined a hot drive
at Ingerton for the third out Score:
Boston l '. 8 14 0
New York .. 7 11 2
Batteries Perdue, Horg, Brown
and Rarlden; Marquard and Myers.
. UNION LEAGUE.
First game R- H E
Roipe 030 010 0004 8 2
Salt Lake ... .010 021 70011 20 1
Batteries Levy, Kllllllay and
Brooks; Drcssan, Morgan and Per
kins. Second game R- H. E.
Boise HO 005 33 13 1G 1
Salt Lako .- .-000 001 000 119
Batteries Schlmpff, Morgan and
Perkins, Joss and Brooks.
Great Fallo Takes 2.
MISSOULA. Sept. 4. Scores:
First game R- H. E.
Great Falls ....100 020 400 7 9 G
Missoula ... 110 000 012 5 8 5
Batteries Blttrolff and Shannon,
Jensen and H. Kelle7.
Second game R- H. E.
Great Falls ...013 041 03214 18 5
Missoula 100 104 1018 14 7
Batteries Kane and Shannon; Jen
sen, Cummlngs and H. Kalloy.
Helena 1, Butte 0.
HELENA, Sept. 4 Scoro:
Helena 000 100 000 1 7 2
Butte 000 000 0000 4 0
Batteries Rryan nnd Baker, Rem
noas and Hannah.
Vancouver and Spokane Break Even.
SPOKANE. Sept. 4. Scores
First ganie R. H. E.
Vancouver 1 -1 I
Spokane 0 2 1
Batteries Engle and Lowls, Willis
and Ostdlek. '
Second game II. IT. E
Vancouver '. n 2 0
Spokane 3 5 2
Batteries Rar.mi3S0n and Shea,
Schwonk and Spiesroan.
Frisco 6. Lor Angele 5.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 4. Score:
San Francisco G 9 3
Los Anaelcs 5 9 2
Batteries Browning. Marklo and
Berry; Delhi and Smith.
Oakland 2. Portland 0.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4. S-ore:
R. H. E
Portland 0 9 0
Oakland 2 4 I
Batteries Hnrkness and Kuhn, Pcr
noll and Pearce.
Vernon 5. Snramento 1.
. SACRAMENTO, Sept. 4. Score:
Vornori" 5 S 1
Sacramento 1. 4 2
"Batteries Brnckcnridge nnd Ho-
gnn, Hunt and Kern.
At SL Joseph Omha 5, SL-Josnph
At Lincoln Lincoln 2. Pueblo 3
At Sioux City Des Molnes-l, Sioux
At St. Joseph St. Joseph 1, Oma
At Lincoln First game. Lincoln 5,
Puoblo 1; second game, Lincoln S,i
Pueblo 8. , , .
At Sioux City Sioux City G, Dos
Moines 7. n
At Denver First game, Denver i,
At Indianapolis LouiBvlllo 3, In
At Toledo Columbus 2, Toledo 5.
At St. Paul Minneapolis Paul
game postponed; rain.
At Milwaukee Kansas City i, Mil
At Indianapolis Loui6VllIe 5, In
At Toledo Columbus 1, Toledo 2.
At Milwaukee Kansas City 4, Mil
OUT JOE RIVERS
Cleveland Boy Proves Too Much
for the Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, SepL 4. With a
hard right swing to tho Jaw, Johnny
Kllbane of Cleveland knocked out
Joe Rivers of Los Angeles In the six
teenth round of their scheduled twenty-round
bout at Vernon today. With
Rivers leading In almost every round
up to tho sixteenth, Kllbane scored
the knockout thirty seconds after the
gong hnd sent them together In that
round. A blow on tho Jaw dazed Riv
ers, but did not knock him down. An
other terrific ldght to the pit of the
Htomach doubled the Mexican In a
knot on the floor for tho count of
nine Rising groggily to his feet,
Rivers tried to rush Into a clinch, but
n well directed right swing sent the
defeated man sprawling to the can
vas It wa3 fully five minutes before
Rivers was able to loavo the ring.
Drives Mile on a Circular Track
in Forty-eight and Sixty-two
NEW YORK, SepL 4. Bob Bur
man, using his 200-horsepowcr Blit
zen Benz, lowered tho world's record
for the one mile circular track at
Brighton Beach motordromo this aft
ernoon With a flying start he made
the mile In 4S.G2 seconds. The old
record, which ho made over the Bamo
course on July 4, was 48.72 seconds.
Tho fifty mile -race was won by
Hughie Hughes, driver of a Mercor.
His tiino was 49:56:06.
ANACONDA, SepL 4. Results:
First race, five furlongs, purse
Eastman, G to 1 (Hopkins), won, Pe-
uuag, i to l irrucn;, sccoau; i-ercy
Henderson, 12 to 1 (Buxton), third.
Time 103 1-5. Bestyotte, Error, Le
high, Golden Shower and Change of
Air also ran.
Second race, five furlongs, selling
Little Elva, 20 to 1 (Kodoris), won;
Royal Stone, 8 to 5 (C. Ross), sec
ond, Placide, 5 to 1 (Mondan), third.
Time 1:02 2-5. Stendal, Moudon, Tra
motar, Lady Adelaide, Copperfleld and
Warfare alao ran.
Third race, mile and an eighth, sell
ing Delena, 11 to 5 (Hopkins), won;
Whidden, 4 to 1 (Kederls), second;
Zahra, 13 to 5, (Cavanaugh), third.
Time 1 55 3-5. Edna Stewart, Lit
tleton, Miss Officious and Knight of
Ivanhoe also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
Kid North, 3 to 1 (Hopkins), won;
Knight Deck, 9 to 5 (Coburn), sec
ond, Muff, 15 to 1 (E. Cotton), third.
Time 115 1-5. Shooting Spray, Acu
men, Pay Streak and Milt Jones also
Fifth race, mllo, selling Forco, 9
to 5 (Coburn), "won; Ben Greenleaf,
10 to 1 (Kodoris), second; Montauk
Don, 10 to 1 (Forsyth), third. Time
1:42. Twilight Queen and Marburg
Sixth race. bIx furlongs, soiling
Bellsnlcker, 3 to 2 (Frach), won; Ro
samo, 2 to 1 (A. Walsh), second; No
Quarter, 15 to 1 (Kederls), third.
Time 1:15. Billy Mycr. Venetian and
He Knows also ran.
ANACONDA, Sept. 4. Entries for
First race, six furlongs, selling 3-year-olds
and up Darolngton, Burn
ing Bush, El Perfecto 109, Sinn Feinn,
Hammeraway 10G, Fanny Kemble 103,
Little Marchmont, Anna May, Acqula,
Santbla, Dencen 102, Klnfolks 9G.
Second race, six furlongs, selling,
3-year-olds and up Salnest, Biskra,
Foreguard, Leo Harrison II, Doc Al
len 109, Roberta, Annie Wells 10G,
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
selling, 2-year-olds Twhurs 107, Au
to Girl 107, Gomul 101, Manassyh.
-Electric 99, Ostentatious 98, First
Fourth race, mllo, soiling, 3-year-olds
and up rLady McNally, Sir An
giiB, Tlflis 109, Wicket, Hughes, Pa
triotic 101, Miss Greenwood 101,
Stoneraan 99, Frank Fords 9G.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling, 3-3car-olds
and up Gramercy, Florence
A. Ill, Novgorod, Sam Barber, Ben
Stone 106, Princess Industry 97.
Sixth race, five furlongs, selling,
all ages Black Sheep. G-arlerllght,
Swagorlator, Annual Interest, Galeae
Gale, Descendant 114, Parlor Boy 10S,
Annie Nelson 103.
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CINCINNATI. Sept. 4. The nation
a baseball commission' today sus
ponded that -pan of -Rulo 35 which
forbids tho asking- of waivers by any
major league club for purchased mi
nor leaguo players previous to De
cember 1 of the year following the
purchase. Tho suspension of tho
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