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Trophies and Goods Dis
tributed to Skillful
Big Merchandise Shoot
at Empire Club
OFF THE PRIZES
SPORTS OF A SUNDAY ON COURSING FIELD, DIAMOND, TRACK, TRAP AND RANGE
There will be no dearth of Admission
day sports in and about this city. Base
ball, coursing, horeracing, yachting, shoot-
On Water, Field and Track
Sportsmen Will Con
All Branches "Will Have
Unusually Big Fol-
CARD OF SPORTS
The shooting clubs were well repre
sented at the Shell Mound ranges yesterr
day, and the scores were unusually good.
Best Scores of the Afternoon
Are Made by P. P.
Shooting Societies Hold
AT SHELL MOUND
COLD SHIVERS, THE COURSER "WHICH "WON THE RICH FUTURITY STAKE AT THE UNION PARK GROUNDS
YESTERDAY, AND 'SOME OF THE ODD THINGS THAT WERE SEEN BY A CALL CARTOONIST DURING
THE EVENT. <
FUTURITY AND CLASS STAKE RESULTS.
PORTLAND. Or., Sept. S.— Deputy Sher
iff Thomas Malone has been suspended
from office by Sheriff Frazier for making
the remark that "President McKinley
ought to have been shot long ago." -
Deputy Sheriff in Disgrace. -
SAN JOSE, Sept. 8.— After a year of
sscrecy the marriage of Alfred Barker, a
prominent young man of this city, and
Miss Anna B. Cavallaro was made public
to-day. It came as a surprise to the
friends of both. Miss Cavallaro Is a
teacher in the city schools.' The couple
were married in this eiiy by Father Glee
son September 1C, 1900. T Just why the wed
ding was kept a secret they refuse to
state, except that they desired to fool
their friends, who are now congratulating
Married Secretly a Year Ago.
R. Murphy and W. Stansbury 75
J. White and M. Joyce 62
T. Foley 21 11 21
M. M. Guthrie 19 21 11
E. "White and R. Regll. 21 18 21 19 21
:W. Johnson and G. Green 17 21 16 21 15
J. Harlow and W. Williams.... .^21 21 17 19 21
J. Rlordan and D. Connelly 13 14 21 21 15
J. Goni and A. Aguirre ...*..•. 75
J. Bidart and J. Erremuspl 45
M. Dillon and "W. Kelly 21 11 21 21
J. McDermott and G. Hutchlnson. ..13 21 15 16
H. Racoulllet and M. McNeil 21 16 21 19 21
L. Carralne and P. McKlnnon...l4 21 13 21 17
P. Talo and E. Barry.... 21 21 12 16 21
D. Regan and J. McBrearty 18 13 21 21 12
At the San Francisco handball courts
the following scores represent the day's
M. Kirby and C. Murray 21 15 21 21
J. Foley and J. Klrby 11 21 14 18
P. Newman ...........21 21
J. Gleason 16 6
P. Newman and W. Mlnnehan...' 21 21 21
J. Gleason and J. Foley. ..14 15 20
T. Powers 21 21 21
L. Levy „. 0 10 10
H. Russ JO. 21 21
George James 8 17 IS
On : the Olympic Club ¦ handball courts
the following scores were made yester
G. Parker 21 21 21
H. Gallett 3 13 10
F. P. Schuster of the San Francisco
Verein carried off the honors of the day
with a record of 443 points on the ring
The other organizations present were
the Norddeutscher Schuetzen Club, Gold
en Gate Rifle and Pistol Club, Independ
ent Rifles, Swiss Rifle Club and the Ger
mania Schuetzeri Club.
The day's scores are as follows:
San Francisco Schuetzen Verein. monthly
medal shoot— First. F. P. Schuster, 443: ¦ first
class. It. Stettin, 423; second class, O. Lemcke,
409; third class, S. Heino, 377; fourth class, H.
Meyer, 358; best first shot, O. Lemcke, 23; best
last shot. H. Huber. 25. <
Norddeutscher Schuetzen Club, monthly bulls
eye shoot— H. Huber 628, H. Meyer 671, O.
Lemcke 692. Captain J. Thode 776, R. Stettin
830, F. C. Rust 898, F. P. Schuster 906, F./Koch
958, W. Gottschalk 1059, G. Shulz 1062, L. N.
Ritzau 1075, J. Gefken 10S6.
Golden Gate Rifle and Pistol Club, monthly
medal shoot— Handicap. M. F. Blasse. 186. 205;
gold medal, W. F. Blasse, 192; D. B. Faktor,
216, 219, 220; silver medal, A. B. Dorrell. 218,
225, 215; M. J. White, 195. 193; A. C. Thode,
168 t 180.
Independent Rifles, monthly medal shoot — Ser
geant C. Andrews 40, Sergeant H. Kuhlke 36.
F. Skworan 21, C. Smith 19, H. Gatjen 36,
Lieutenant H. Hansen 16, C. Schneider 35, A.
Diedrick 14. Dr. Melerdlerks 38, F. Lawn 17, H.
Tannamacher 38, F. Smith 16, J. Behlmer 20.
Swiss Rifle Club, monthly medal shoot — Cham
pion class. J. Bachmann. 371; first class, R.
Hauser. 366; second class, F. Suter, 331; third
class, E. Suter, 352.
Swiss Rifle Club, monthly 'bullseye shoot-
Prizes were -won in the following: order: J.
Furrer, J. Sheibll, J. Bachmann, R. Hauser. F.
Suter, R. von Wyl, J. Lehmann, C. Bacala, K.
Baurngartner, C. Bachmann, E. Suter.
Germanla Schuetzen Club, monthly medal
shoot— First champion class, F. P. Schuster. 233,
225: second champion class, L. Bend el, 220, 218;
first class, F. Brandt, 200: second class, S.
Heino. 216; third class, W. Doell, 199, 181; best
flret shot, F. P. Schuster, 25; best last shot, S.
Team shoot for dinner— L. Slebe 40, F. Kuehl
ke 34, J. Ringen 43. W. Slebe 35.
Last year 1104 persons were Injured and
eighteen killed in London by being flung
headlong out of hansom cabs by reason
of the horse slipping and falling.
Afternoon and Evening Pleasantly
Spent in Sports and Dancing at
The Norddeutscher Verein held Its an
nual outing and moonlight festival at
Shell Mound Park yesterday. More than
1500 guests were present during the after
noon and evening and all voted the occa
sion a most enjoyable one. An attractive
programme, consisting of games, music
and dancing, was presented. The proceeds
from the affair will be used in the benev
olent work of the society.
The success of the outing Is due mainly
to the efforts of the following committees:
Arrangements— E. Stehn, H. Thode, C. W.
Arp, H. Barthold and L. Kohn.
Bowling— E. F. Baruth, H. Pausmann and J.
• Games— A. Mey«r, T. Rathjens, C. B. Abra
ham. H. Behlmer, J. Schllemann and J. Sohl.
Floor— B. Meyer. J. Llske. B. Barthold, M.
Len. Otto von Borstel and F. Gooss.
1 HOLDS A1TOTTA1 OTJTING
Special event No. 1, 15 birds— Daniels 13. An
derson 7. Foster 13. Crandall 8. Schults 13.
Bruns 15. "Webb 15. Derbey 11. F. Feudner 12.
"Wilson 14. Iverson 12. McCutchen 13. Deben
ham 13. La Motte 12, Gorden 14. W. Ireland
11. Ross 10. Dr. George 7. Justins 13. FUcken
jrer 14. Huie 14. Swales 7. King 12. Hodap 12.
Fish 13. Levill 8. Harrison 9. Thomas 10. Allen,
11, Cullen 10. Klevesahl 6.
Event No. 4, 20 birds— Daniels 18. Anderson
12, Foster 19, Kerrison IS. Olsen 8, Crandall 8.
Schultz 19. Bruns 16. Webb 19, Derbey 17. F.
Feudner 14, "Wilson 18, Iverson 19, Sylvester 14,
Burnell 14, Knick 13, Hoyt 17. Lewis 8, Me-
Cutchen 16. Mitchell 16, Debenham 19. La
Motte 15, Gorden 16. W. Ireland 15. Ross 13.
Dr. George 15, Justius 16. FHckenger 16. Hule
37. Stocker 5. Swales 9. Dr. Alden 11. King 10.
Dr. Gere 10, Hodap 18. Fish 17. Levill 14. Har
rison 14. Thomas 15. Allen 12, Cullen 14. Kle
vesahl 12, Walker- 14, John Lazarot 7. Jo.
Lazarot 10. Owens 7, Toung 12. Lepoids 6.
Hauer 13. Miller 14, Durst 14. Burns 5, Searla
14, Reed 16. Tlned 10. Bolce 13. Du Bolce 9.
Wetmore 15, Stanton 11. Jevette 16. Baker 11.
Jansen 11. Roman 12. Fairchilds 9. Sprague 7.
Ireland 12. J. Jensen 7, Guyett 10. Green 1.
Rosi 14. Peterson 7. I* Batrd 14. C. Balrd 7.
GregK 12. Jevette Jr. 14. Peltier 8, Halle «.
Jacobsen 7. Houpt 9, A. La Motte 9, Dr. Hun
saker 2, Sweeney 9.
Event No. 3, 20 birds— Daniels 17. Anderson
11, Foster 19, Kerrison 18, Olsen 12. Crandall 9.
Schultz 15. Bruns 17. Webb 19, Derbey 16, F.
Feudner K>, Wilson 19, Iverson 18. Sylvester 13.
Burnell 13. Knlck 13. Hoyt 13, Lewis 4. Mc-
Cutchen 13, Mitchell 14, Debenham 17. Gorden
131 Ross 14, Dr. George 11. Justins 19. Fllck
enger 16, Hule 14. Stocker 5, Swales 12. Hodap
15, Fish 16. Levill 8. Harrison 13. Thomas 18.
Allen 13. Cullen 19. Klevesahl 15. "Walker 13.
John Lazarot 12. Jo Lazarot 8. Owens 3. Younj
13. LeDoids 5, Hauer 15, Hausen 7, Terrill 11.
Event No. 2, 13 birds— Daniels 10. Anderson
12. Foster 14, Kerrison 14, Olsen 11. Crandall 5.
Schnltz 14. Bruns 13. "Webb 15. Derbey 8, F.
Keudner 15,, Wilson 13. Iverson II, Sylvester *,
Burnell 12, Knick 11. Hoyt 9, Lewis 3, Mc-
Cutchen 8, Mitchell 7, Debenham 9, La Motte
13, Gorden 15. W. Ireland 11. Ross 14. I>r.
George 9, Justins 14, Flickeneer 14. Huie 13.
Stocker 4, Swales 10. Dr. Alden 12. Kins 13,
Dr. G«re 10, Hodap 12. Fish 10.
A. J. Webb also annexed the handsome
$50 diamond medal offered by the club as
the championship prize for this season.
His score for the seven shoota In this
event averaged 90 per cent. The State
championship Yellowstone event was
wound up for the season with the day's
shoot and a handsome silver loving cup
offered as the prize in this match was
won by C. W. Debenham, and the pool
money, in this match divided by R. C.
Reed and J. B. Hauer, whose scores were
next highest In order.
The Schumacher handicap race was
likewise shot through and J. B. Hauer
annexed the prize offered, a silver
watch. The cuff buttons and lapel button
that were offered as special prizes in the
club events for the season were won by
J. B. Hauer, C. "W. Debenham and V. J.
LaMotte. Complete scores follow for
trap shootersw Some excellent scores were
made by many of the crack shots present.
The several pool events scheduled brought
a strong^ entry, and for the first prize, a
fine hammerless shotgun, offered In the
merchandise event, M. J. Iverson, C. W.
Debenham. Edgar Foster, and A. J.
"Webb were tied, with the score of 19
breaks out of 20 birds shot at. . In shoot-
Ing off this score Webb won the event
by breaking 5 birds straight, Iverson win
ning second and Foster third choice
Senator Pettigrew has found that he can
make more in Wall street in a day than
te can Jn politics in a year. That Is easy.
The thing to do is to make more in a
fear. — New York- World.
Representatives of the . German societies
of California will meet Tuesday evening
at 8:30 o'clock at, 421 Post street for the
purpose of effecting a State. organization.
The leading German societies of the State
are embraced in the movement-
German Societies^ to Unite.
Three parish picnics will leave the city
for various parks to-day. St. Brendan's
Parish picnic is scheduled for Fairfax and
St. Brlgid's for Scheutzen Park, while St.
Rose's will so to Shell Mound. As the
parishioners of the different churches look
forward to these picnics as annual events
it is expected that ' they will be well - at
Parish Picnics To-Day.
Numerous Entries Insure Some Go^d
Racing To-Day at the Sac
SACRAMENTO. Sept. 8.— The feature of
the card for to-morrow's races at Agri
cultural Prak is the Stanford stake. The
entries are as follows: . . i
First race, trotting, Stanford stake,
mile heats, three In five — Charles H.
Fluey, Commander Mukle, Delia McCarty,
Lee Roy, j Almareta, Lady Russell.
' Second race, for horses eligible to 2:14,
class, trotting— Osito, Claudius, Alta Vela,
.Third race, four-year-olds and upward,
selling, seven and a half furlongs— Limber
Jim 113,' Merops 105, Miss Vera 103, J.
Boggs 110. Burdock 106. Coming Event 103.
¦ Fourth , race, selling, one mile— Decoy
112, Jim McCleevy 112, McFarlane 112.
Whaleback 112. Rinaldo 112," Boardman.
112. ElMido 112.
¦ Fifth race, two-year-olds.', selling, five
furlongs— Quadra 110, Lulette 100, Gypsy
Boy 108, "Wandering Boy 103, Evea G 105,
Flattered 105, Porous" 108, Dawson 110,
Rubina 113, Yankee Dame 100.-
Sixth race selling six furlongs— Katie
"Walcott, Galene 112, Mike Strauss 112. Ar
tilla 109.Canderos 112, Vantlne 109, Little
Moscow , will soon have „ an association
of working men and women who will pay
fromlhaif a ruble to a ruble a month to
form I a fund , for j the benefit : of members
whn ar« ill or nut nf a inh.
C. Haight and E., Donohoe in a practice
shoot scored respectively 44 straight and
47 out of 50. . . .
, The scores of the day were:
M. O. ; Feudner. 23, C. : A. Haight 24, C. H.
Shaw. 23, W.- J. .Golcher 23, .M..Slade 23. E.
Donohoe 24,' George Jackson ¦ 24, H. B. Hos
nier 21, A. Heard 9 out of 10, E. Stone 23.
Back scores, I 15-bird race — G. Jackson : 15, C.
H. , Shaw 15.. W. Golcher 15. . .
The Olympic Gun Club held the final
trap-shoot of the season at the grounds
of the San Francisco Trap Shooting As
sociation at Ingleslde yesterday. Weather
conditions were favorable and i unusually
good scores* resulted. , The birds were
brought to the ground .with unerring aim
by skilled marksmen. M.'. O. . Feudner
won the gold medal In the championship
class with a score of 97. C. A. Haight and
Charles Shaw tied for second place with
93, -but Haight won jn the shoot-off. .
• In class A. George Jackson won the gold
medal, with 95, E. Donohoe 94.
gC Class B medal was won by H. B. .Hos
mer with a score of; 92. - .
Trap Shoot of Season at Ingleside.
Olympic Gun dub Holds Its Final
FETJDNER IS CHAMPION:
FEATURE OF THE CARD
Runs responsible for— Whalen 2, Jones 1.
Two-base hits — Hutchlnson 2. C. -Reilly, Hilde
brand. Sacrifice hit — Hildebrand. First base
on errors— Los Angeles 2, San Francisco 4.
First base on called balls— Off Jones I. off
Whalen !, off Krug 2. Left on bases— Los An
reles 9. San Francisco 5." Struck out — By Jones
t. by Whalen L by Krug 2. Hit by pitcher— By
Whalen, Spies, C. Reilly; by Krug, Spies.
Double play— C. Reilly to Hutchlnson. Time
cf game— 1:35. Umpire— Hardie, . -
ties Angeles 02003000 •— 5
Base hits 11113110 •— »
6an Francisco 00000102 1 — (
Base hits 01100213 1—9
Totals 32 4 9 0 24 14 4
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E
Nordyke. c f „. 3 110 0 0 0
¦Wilson, c 4 12 0 4 3 1
Pabst. lb 4 0 0 0 8 0 1
Sehwartr. r. f. & 2b. 4 0 2 0 3 0 1
Hildrbrand, I. f...... 3 0 10 3 0 0
Ehay. s. e 4 10 0 5 4 0
Krug, 2b & p 4 0 1 0 1 4 '0
J. Kei'.ly. Sb... 4 1 0 0 0 2 1
Whalen. p 10 10 0 10
Crockhcff, r. f 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ..31 5 9 4 27 13 S
' . „ AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Reiti, tb 4 0 0 0 2 4 1
Hutchlnscn. lb 4 1 2 0 11 1 0
Atherton. r. f 3 1112 0 0
Householder, c. f 4 1 1 0 3 0 2
C Reilly. 3b 3 0 1 0 3 2 .1
Kowroan. L f 3 1 l l l o 0
Kelly, s. s 4 0 112 6 1
Spies, c 2 1113 3 0
Jones, p 4 0 10 0 0 0
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 8.— Whalen was
taken out of the box after being ' hit
freely in the fifth inning and Krug took
his place. San Francisco had a chance
to tic the score In the last Inning, Oaut
Krug went to sleep off first and the side
was retired. Score:
Lcs Angeles Again.
The men's consolation singles tourna
ment will be played this morning. This
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock' the challenge
match of the men's singles tournament,
the most important of all the matches,
will be played. The contestants will \ be
Champion George Whitney and Alfonso
Bell, the tournament winner. ''-.¦>
This leaves Miss May Sutton and- Miss
Seymour and the Misses Florence and
Ethel Suttoh to play in ..the finals this
morning. The latter will allow Mjss Sut
ton and Miss Seymour odds of half-fifteen.
In the next match the Misses Florence
and Ethel Sutton, being much stronger
than the other teams, allowed Miss Hoff
man and Miss Violet Sutton odds of half
fifteen. The handicap proved to be much
too small as the Suttons won in straight
sets. The score was 6-1, 6-1, 6-3.
Miss Hall was unable to play and aa. this
left Ethel Sutton without a partner it' was
decided that the losers— Mrs. Seymour
and Florence Sutton — should draw lots to
see who would be Ethel's partner.
The first match was between May Sut
ton and Miss Seymour and Florence Sut
ton and Mrs. Seymour.'- After playing the
full five sets victory finally .went to the
former team. The score was 7-5, 4-6. 6-4,
6-8, 7-5. The match was exceedingly close
and the outcome in doubt until the. finish.
The invitation 'doubles tournament for
women, held yesterday at San Rafael,
was a novel affair. The four teams were
composed of May Sutton. and Miss Sey
mour, Violet Sutton and Alice Hoffman,
Ethel' Sutton and Miriam Hall and Flor
ence Sutton and Mrs. Seymour. The main
idea was to have the teams as evenly
matched . as i possible. Two silver . loving
cups were offered by Colonel Seymour
and R. V. Halton' as prizes. '¦'¦..
Composite Teams Turn Out Some
Novel Tennis at the San
Runs responsible for— Hoffer 2, Devereaux 2.
Home run— Babbitt. Two-base hits— Hansen.
Francks. Sacrifice hit— Mohler. First base on
errors — Sacramento 3. Oakland 3. ¦' First base
on called balls— Off Hoffer 4,. off Devereaux .1,
off Schmidt 5. Left on bases— Sacramento 12,
Oakland 7. Struck out— By Devereaux 4, by
Schmidt 3. Wild pitch— Hoffer. Time of game
—1:50. Umpire— Rube Levy. Official scorer—
Base hits 0 1 0 0 0 12 02—6
Oakland .....5 4 0 0 0 0 2 1- •— 12
Base hits 14 1 1112 1 •— 12
Sacramento 0 0 0 0.0.0 0 0,0— 0
Totals,. 36 12 12 ' 3 27 16 3
RUNS AND HITS BY. INNINGS. '
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Babbitt, 3b 4 2 10 12 1
Mohler. 2b 4 1 1 0 4 2 1
Streib, rf... 5 0 1 0 0 0 0
Eagan, lb 4 3 1 2 11 l < 0
Drennan. cf 3 2 1 12 1 0
Francks. s. s 3 1 2.02 4 l
Arrellanes, If 6 2 3 0 2"0 0
Hansen, c 4 110 5 1 0
Schmidt, p 4 0 10 0 5 0
Totals 34 0 6 1 24 8 6
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Devereaux, ss. & p.. 4 0 2 0 2 2 0
McLaushlln. If 4 0 2 1 0 0 0
Courtney, 2b 5 0 0 0 7 1 0
Doyle, rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Sheehan. 3b >3 0 0 0 2 1 1
Stanley, c 4 0 2 0 4 3 1
McGucken. cf . 4 0 0 0 3 0/0
Ashenbach, lb ...... 4 0 0 0 4 0 0
Hoffer, p 0 0' 0 0 0 0 1
Hanlon, s. a 2 0 0 0 1 1 3
Schmidt, Ewing's new twirler, was in
troduced, and he pitched good ball, par
ticularly in the early part of the game.
Senatorial errors were too abundant to
The morning game at Oakland was un
like all the others of the series, the Dudes
hammering a brace of Senatorial pitchers
to a glorious finish. Hotter was hit so
hard in the early part of the game that
he was removed and Devereaux took his
place, Hanlon being called in for the short
Oakland 12, ! Sacramento 0.
Runs responsible for— Johnson 3. Three-base
hit— Mohler. Two-base hits— Courtney, Doyle.
Sacrifice hits— McLaughlin, Sheehan, Stanley.
First base on errors— Sacramento 2, Oakland 4.
First base on called balls — Sacramento 5, Oak
land 1. Left on bases — Sacramento 7, Oakland
7. Struck out— By McNeely 3. by Johnson 1.
Double plays— Mohler to Francka to Eagan (2).
Time of game— 1:40. Umpire— Levy. Official
scorer — McFarlln.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. E.
Devereaux, s. s 3 2 112 6 2
McLaughlin, 1. f 3 0 0 0 4 0 0
Courtney, 2b 4 0 2 0 14 0
Doyle, r. f 4 13 0 3 0 1
Sheehan, 3b 3 0 10 0 0 1
Stanley, c 3 0 10 4 0 0
McGucken. c. f 4 0 1 0 0.0 0
Ashenbach. lb 3 0 0 0 12 1 0
McXeely, p 3 0 0 0 12 0
Totals 30 3 9 1 27 13 4
, . OAKLAND.
AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A.- E.
Babbitt, 3b 5 0 0 0 0 11
Mohler, 2b 4 110 2 7 0
Streib. r. f 4 0 10 1 0 0
Eagan. lb 4 0 1 0 13 1 1
Drennan, c. t 4 0 1 0 0 0 0
Francks, s. s 4 0 1 0 '4 6 0
Arrellanes, 1. f 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
Lohman, c 4 0 0 0 3 2 0
Johnson, p 2 0 0 0 1 1 0
Moskiman 10 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 1 5 0 27 18 2
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Sacramento 1' 0 0 10 0 10 0 — 3
Base hits 1 112 1111 0—9
Oakland , 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0—1
Base hits 1 0-4 0 0 3 0 1 0—5
The class stake was made up of cham
pions. Homer Boy beat Game Boy for
rinal honors. The run-down in this event
resulted in many upsets. Wedgewood
showed how poorly he can run when the
desire overtakes him. He looked on while
his opponent outworked him.
ORIGIN All ARRANGEMENT
OF INVITATION DOUBLES
Hickory Dick was the surprise of the
stake and will be heard from in the near
future. As a whole the event has brought
out a good lot of youngsters. The win
ner showed the requisite qualifications of
the successful courser, and great things
are expected of him. The stake was run
off satisfactorily. Judge Grace was up to
his usual form, and Jim Grace acquitted
himself splendidly in slipping the lot of
comparatively green youngsters without
Sir Pitt looked a strong aspirant for
final honors at one time, but with 5 to 1
on his chances was retired by Partial
Freeze Out was not expected to get
through the stake, being rated a good
one, but physically unfitted to run up to
her reputation. Her defeat of Tame Tra
lee in the fourth gave her backers a
faint hope, but the hope was dissipated,
when In the next round she got an unde
cided with Hickory Dick, and in the run
off lost to him.
COLD SHIVERS, the strongest and
best of the For Freedom-Ama
rosa litter, won first honors in
the big Futurity stake at Union
Coursing Park yesterday, beating
George Nethercott's Rochester-Little
Wondersnippy'in as pretty a final as has
been seen on the grounds in many days.
The entire stake, for that matter, was of
the higher order and was productive of
many courses of the kind in which the
winner can be called only after the last
point Is made.
George Malcolm's Aeolus, though being
retired from the game in the fourth
round, earned a reputation as a brilliant
' young courser. .- Aeolus had- a strong fol
lowing that look*ed upon him as the most
likely candidate. His first course in yes
terday's finals was deemed a gift and the
dope-mixers figured a quick trial. An
athletic hare, however, made things look
dark and gloomy for those who had
chosen the fast youngster for their choice.
Not that the course was at any time in
danger of being lost, for Aeolus had dem
onstrated his superiority over his oppo
nent in a. very -decided manner, but the
hare was determined, too, and before it
was dispatched it set the favored hound
a long and killing trip. In the very next
course the unfortunate hound had a rep
etition of the chance-destroying worn,
and in the following go fell a victim, as
was expected, to Cold Shivers.
In the seventh the Senators 'scored
again, making the board read 3-1. Score:
Mohler opened the Dudes' end of it in
the sixth by rapping out a pretty . three
bagger to far-away left. Streib, whose
counterpart in face and figure Mohler is,
did not help the new man in any way by
dying a sudden death. But "Truck"
Eagan did. He hit to Devereaux, who
errored, and Mohler stamped upon the
rubber. Then Drennan hit, as did Francks,
and the bags were filled, with only one
man out and Arrellanes at the bat. He
hit a short one which only served to end
Eagan's "career as he rushed toward the
plate, but left the bags filled again. Loh
man then flew to McLaughlin and Dude
Sacramento won the game yesterday af
ternoon not because the Senators pounced
down upon "Youngey" Johnson, but be
cause Oakland was unable to take ad
vantage of good opportunities in the sixth
Inning, when the only bunching of hits
off McNeely marred an otherwise perfect
piece of slab work. At this time the Sen
ators had worked two men over the plate,
one in the first and one in the fourth
The tailenders have at last reached a
measure of baseball excellence. "With
Mohler in Arrellanes' place the team
seems strengthened beyond its original
self. And this man Mohler knows the
game and how to play it. He has won the
popular favor by clean, fast baseball, and
his record in the few games he has played
makes him deserving of the public's ap
at Recreation grounds has been the most
remarkable since the season began. All
the matches except the Sunday morning
game at Oakland, resulted in close scores,
and out of the five games the Dudes
walked off the sand with four victories
to their credit.
Fifth race, for Vallejo road horses, best two
in three— H. C. Meyers' William McKinley,
G. IV. Bryant's Starr, Sam Sadler's Echo,
Thomas Smith's Wbatura. B. Shouse's Hat
Rack. V.'illirm Corcoran's Don L. •
Fourth race. Palace Hotel stakes, best two
in three— William Van Keuren's Mattie B. A*
Joserfcs' Durfee Me, Daniel E. Mizner's Sable
Le Grand. A. Jacobs' Eden Vale. James
O' Kane's £:indow. •
Third race, special match. J100 sweepstakes,
best three ia five— D. Roberts' Al Grexor. H.
H. Dunlap'c Kinz Candenza.
Second race, the Cuicello etakes. best two in
three— K. Gommet's Lafayett. James Curley's
Prince C, 13. Croner's Butcher Boy, C. E.
Park's Imp. Dan Lieginger'« Mack.
FirFt race, the Alpeltincer stakes, best two
In three — A. Schwartz's Trifle. H. B. Slocum's
Tempest. M. M. Donnelly's Pious, J. G. Cui
cellos A B P. John McDonald's Campaigner
Dan Lietringtr's Lady Rowena.
Following is a list of the entries:
President, E. H. Algeltlnger; first vice
president. Dr. I. B. Danziel; second
vlcft sresiaent. G. L. Swett; treasurer, E.
Ftewart: secretary. H. F. Patrick: directors—
F. W. Thompson, A. B. Spreckels. J. C. Kirk
ratrick. H. B. Slocum, L,. -Richardson anu
Ja— te O'Kane.
Judges— Fred G. Vetter. Ed Sachs and
G«orpe L. Dwell; starter. Thomas Smith; tim
ers—J. G. Chesley, U. E. Clawson and A. B.
Patrick: marshal. Dr. I. B. Danziel; racing
secretary, H. F. Patrick.
The recently elected officers of the
Driving Club are as follows:
Vallejo will be the scene of some inter
esting trotting and pacing races. At the
racetrack of that town this afternoon the
Golden Gate Park Driving • Association
will hold its annual fall racing matinee.
The Valiejo track was the nearest to this
city that could be secured by the associa
tion, yet a large crowd is expected to be
in attendance. Five races are pro
grammed. Three are for steeds owned by
members of the association, one for
horses owned about Vallejo and the fifth
a match race.
The p-er.tlemen who will preside at the
race meet are as follows:
Over at San Rafael the big tennis tour
nament will be terminated with the play
ing of the consolation singles in the r'ore
The big bluerock shoot of the Empire
Gun CluD will be finished to-day at Ala
meda Point. Four events are scheduled
for the day— two merchandise and two
The regatta will start at noon from a
line drawn from Powell-street wharf. .The
regatta will be sailed over the usual
'J. here are twenty-four yachts entered
in the six classes, their assignment being
Twenty-footers— Doris. Stella. Klttiwake.
Idler and Anita. Twenty-five-footers — Mocca
ein. I>ieeovery, Belle, Merope and May.
Special yawl class — Gyusie and Arcturus.
Thirty-footers— Aeolus, Presto, Truant, Mig
non, H^len and Siren.
Thirty-sis-footers— Emma. Edna, Jessie E.
Forty-four footers — Speedwell, Harpoon and
Yachtsmen look forward to a great
race, especially between the 30-footers
Presto, Aeolus and Helen, for there is
great rivalry between the owners of these
The yachtsmen are all prepared for the
big regatta on the bay for the Joseph
Macdonough and Herbert E. Law cups.
All the ciubs will participate, as the
event is to be held under the auspices of
the Pacific Interclub Yacht Association.
Out at Recreation Park the Oakland
and Sacramento teams will play the last
of the series of six games, while the
coursing men will visit Union Park to see
the Futurity decided. Sixty of the best
young greyhounds In America will race
for a 52oU0 purse, and the Interstate Club
promises that it will be one of the most
interesting contests ever decided in this
ing, tennis and golf will be the principal
sports indulged in and patronized by this
THE SAN FRANCISCO ;, CAL.L, :\MONDAY, SJC±"rJSM±5KK V, .V i»6iJ
Out a Great Lot of Young Coursers— Aeolus, the Stake Favorite, Is
Given Two Severe and Punishing Trials, Which Destroy His Chances
The Running of the Finals of the Classic Event at Union Park Brings
COLD SHIVERS WINS FIRST HONORS
IN THE RICH COURSING FUTURITY
The last series between Oakland and
Sacramento finished yesterday afternoon
Sacramento 3, Oakland 1.
Mohler Plays Star Game in
Contest at Recreation
Win Pour Out of Pres
ent Series With
The first day of the big open shoot of
the Empire Gun Club at Alameda Point
brought out § very large attendance -**
WINCHESTER REPEATING VrMSCoI 'ffsS^'