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namburgr Belle Out of Brooklyn.
..NEW YORK, May 19. — Hamburg
Belle, winner of last year's Futurity,
has been declared out of the Brook
lyn handicap,, to be run at Gravesend
next week. •• -7 ••
In English school, .three hours a
week are given to needlework; in New
York schools but one. :~.
For the twelve months of *""»'Iast
calendar year 'the exports of bread
stuffs from thlscbuntry.had a value, in
round numbers. > of $133,000,000, against
$187,000.000' of Binillar exports during the
preceding year. • - ¦ : • •
McCoy to Fight FiU'Here.
NEW YORK. May 19. — Kid Mc-
Coy agreed to-day to fight Bob Fitz
simmons In San Francisco on July 4.
Fltzsimmons is _ expected to agree to
terms to-morrow. He expressed will
ingness to' meet McCoy, but wanted
further details as to the size of the
puree and other conditions.' '
Dental Graduates at Banquet.
The faculty and alumni of the dental
department of the University of Cali
fornia cave a banquet at the* Palace
Hotel last, evening to the graduating
class of the State institution. - Dr.
James G. Sharp presided at the func
tion, which was attended by about
120 persons. A mpng the speakers of
the evening .were Dr. Hart J. Goslee,
Dr. H. P. Carlton, ; Dr. John M. Will
iamson, Dr. Joseph D. Hodgen, Mrs.
M. Slonaker; Dr.' MJ J. Sullivan; Dr. L.
\ r an'Orden and Dr. Herbert Moore.
TACOMA,. May 19.— The Tigers
were r chased into the j.ungle to-day by
the hard hitting Siwashes. Thomas
was knocked out in two innings and
Fitzgerald was also hit hard. Mohler,
Frisk and Graham made home runs.
Barber, was hit by a Ditched ball and
knocked insensible. Williams took his
place, but lasted only one Inning, be
ing relieved by young Hall.. Score:.
Seattle — ¦ Tacoma — .-»:'•
AB.R. H. P.A AB.R. H. P.A.
VnHtn.cf. 5 10 1 ODoyle.rf. 5 0 0 3 0'
Mohlr,2b S"5** 3 3 4 3 Shfhn,3b 5 0 1 14
Dlinty,3b 4 2 4 0 SNrdyk.lb 3 0 0 10 0
Frlsk.lf.. 3.12 20 Egan.s. .4 01 3 «
Hmlth.rf. 4 112 0 Hanvn.of 4 1 1 0 <1
Brshr.lb. 5 0 0 8 2 Ca8ey,2b. 2 2 15 2
R. Hall.s 5 0 1 a 2 McLgn.lf 4'1 13 1
Wilson.c. 5 2 2.5 1 Grahxn.cf 4 2 2 2 1
Barber, p. 2 111 0 Thoms.p. 0-0 0 0 .1
Wilams.pl 10 1 0 Fltigld.p 3 0 1*0 0
C. Hall, pi 0 0 0'1 •Haean..-. 1 00 00
, Totals. 40 12 14 27 12 Totals. 35 6 S 27 10
'Batted for Fitzgerald in the ninth.
RUNS AND. HITS BY INNINGS.
Tacoma ..... 0 0 0 0 '3 ' 3' 0' 0 0 — « '
Base hits 0 0 0-13 -4 O 0 0— S.
Seattle 16 0 1 3 1 00 0 — 12
Base hits' 1 4 1 2 '3 0 111— 14
: Errors— Egan, Hannivan. Casey 2, \ Frisk.
Struck out— By Fitzgerald 2. by Barber 2, by
Williams I, by Hall 2. Bases on balls— By
Thomas 3. by Fitzgerald" 1, by Williams 2. by
Hall 1. Hit by pltoher — By Fitzgerald 2. Wild
pitch — Fitzgerald. Stolen base — Wilson. ..Two
base hits — Egan. Barber, Mohler? 2. Home
runs — Graham,' Frisk, : Mohler. Double plays-
Casey to Egan to Nordyke; Wilson to Mohler.
Left on bases — Tacoma 6, Seattle 7. Hits off
Tliomus 5, off Fitzgerald 7, oft Barber 1, , off
'.Williams 3. off .. Hall 4. ¦, .Tline -oi-game — 2
, hours. Umpire-— Huston. , d
Pitcher 'Barber 'Is Injured.
Premium for bulleeye on 30-ehot tickets— 1,
F. K. Mason:, 2. A. H. Pape; 3, C. Henderson;
4. D. B. Faktor: 8,. A. Strecker: «. Jacob
Gruhler: 7. A. Gehret; 8, F: P. Schuster; 9.
I). Salneld: 10. >II. Huber; 11. -.C Thierbach;
VI F. Brandt; 13. Otto Lemke; 14, Philo Ja
coby:.13/ A. Westfahl; 16 Gus Schultz; 17. Ja
cob Meyer; 18, R. Btettln; 19, George H. Bahrs;
20, K- Wertheimer. ;
Best centers — A. Gehret 37, A. H. Pape 108
H. Meyer 131. Captain H. Stelllng 133, A.
Strec-ker 141. Otto Bremer 157. Oeorge H.
Bahnt 1S5. S. Hclno 191. F. Koch 222 H. Hu
ber 230. A Wcstfah! 245. C. Henderson 282.
D. B. Faktor 290. F. K. Mason 295 Auic
Meyer 299, Jacob Gruhler 309. Charles Peach
329. A«lam Shaefer 337. D. Salfleld 338, John
The officials of the San ._ Francisco
Schuetzen . Club have ' compiled the
scores of last Sunday's competition at
Shell Mound Park. The official re
sults follow: . .--¦: : : : ,'; /"
Mo*t points — A." H. Pape 481, A. Gehret 419,
D. Salfield 350. F. P. Schuster 317. George H
Bahrs 2.'>S. D. B. Faktor 223. A. Strecker 182
Charles Thierbach 182. Jacob Gruhler 181, Hi
Huber 177, T. K. Mason 142. Otto Bremer 137.
John Gefkcn 120, Adam Shaefer 110, Aug.Jung
blutt 110. C?ptaln Ruhstoller 107. Otto Lemke
101. . C. Henderson 100 Jacob Meyer 98, D
Munterman.93. F. Brandt. 92. K. Wertheimer
78, R. 'Bcrtelsen 7«J, P. Jacoby 63. John Beut
ler 57, H. Bornholdt .%3. F. Koch 52. A. West
fahl 50. Gus Gunther BO. R. Stettin 40, Charles
Peach 4S. A. P. Nelson 47. Gus Schullz 47,
Captain H. Stelllng 45. John Lankenau 45'. • J.
Jones 43. H. Zechrr 41, H. Meyer 39, A. Rah
wyler 30, F. P. Rathjens 36.
A. Gehret Credited With the Best. Cen
ter, While A. H. Pnpe Leads*
on Point Target.
SCORES ARE ANNOUNCED.
OF SCHUETZEN CLUB MEN
Flaunt \5. Miss BrummeJ, Budding Rose vs
J&c* Short, Onroy vs. Forest Fire, Trotting
Jjub vs. gnapper Garrmun, Lady Kelu v r
ijuefcy Shamrock. ( CoMlt* vs. Lady Hover
Lu.~y Clair vs. Lily Wright. Red Pepper'vs'
Lafly Newark. Queen"* Motto vs. tilaucus.
Frisky Barbara v«. .Jessie D«>ar. Good as Gold
r*. CJlsrxinc Pa*ha. Ml Grafter vs. Bright
Cclurr.bia. Toronto v*. Wedsewood. Lord <iran
et<l vr. ¦ Idaho Hoy. Imperious vs. May Flush
Our Atjra vs. Gold Lily, Lily York v*>. Hum
tug, Lanniarcll v».-Fenii. Belfast vr. Intruder
Honest John vis. Pepper Jack. Roy Hughi* ve
EaglP r.lrd; Wild" Bill v«. Dartawar. Hu:nboldt
vc. Littl? 'SiFter. Hcmtr Boy v*. Yellowtal.
Wattles vs. Ragged Actor. Mark Twain vs.
Fritskv Boy, Colored Lady vs. Commercial
TrarHtr. General l>ewet vs.' Prmnpto. General
Fremont vs. TebSReo Bob, Portunm Angel vs.
nera. Pure Pearl vs. Courtly Guest. Black
Comi vr. Northern. Lad.. Luxury- vs. Krishna.
Duhallow \>. Laboring Boy. Aggie w vs. Evil
Eye. .Peter Mclntyre v*. Prometheus, Goldrn
Onrter v«. Frifco Lad. Real Duchess vs. Silver
Ooud. Hob It vr. - Rerr.lsso Anlmo. Royal
Fr''-n«l ve. Helen Hayes. Little Lucy vs. White
Ftociclnr*. Arrle Blorson vh. Don Pedro. Doc
JT.:rn* vs. Lulu Girl. Beauty GoM v». Jerry
Wright. Aurvlla v*. Rich Argosy. Concord
Hoy v«. Hsddlngton. Frank Dunne, vs. Encore.
Northern Alarm vs. Ornlna. Thetln vs. Golden
Feather, Uttle Pluneer vs. Eagle, My Nell
vr. Rolling Boer. Sir Wlntnn vs. Articulate,
Htar Elyvar.nus v«. Youn* Fearless. Haushty
Hflrn vs. Oonnybrcok. Sofala vs. Balendine.
Mcise vs. J. C. -Hoenan.- ¦-
A>ll*-dog stake will be run at In
gleside Coursing Park to-morrow and
Sunday. The -dra^v last night at
Pythian Castle resulted as follows:
Ingleslde Coursing Park Management
Announces a' Two-Day Meeting
for This Week.
OXE HUNDRED AND TWELVE
GREYHOUNDS ARE ENTERED
PHILADELPHIA, May 19. — Although the
home team outbatted St. Louis to-day this
visitors won through poor fielding of the locals.
Attendance 44w. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Louis ...: ,.4 4 l
Philadelphia ......3«11 5
BatterKs-r-Glade and -Kahoe; Bender and
Schreck. • . ¦¦ » 1
WASHINGTON, May 19.— Walsh pitched a
tine cauie to-day against Washington, the
locals making only two hits. The Chicagos
bunched hits on Jacobson In- the fourth and
eighth innings and won easily. Attendance
1000. Score: -^ ..." ' : •
R. II. E.
Washington 0 2 1
Chicago ". 5 8t\ 1
; '.Batteries — Jacobson and Klttredge; Walsh
and McFarland. ...
AMERICAN LEAGUE. »
Batteries — Wicker and O'Neill; Poole and
Btrjen. ¦• •» - ¦
PlTTSBURG. May . 19.— New York raved a
shut-out by making three hits In the ninth In
ning and scored their only runs, liuth pitchers
did rood work and were given excellent sup
pert. Attendance 2385. Score:
, R. H. E.
PittBburg 2 9 1
New York 1 7 0
Butteries — Miller and Phelps; Taylor and
8T. LOUIS, May 19.— St. Louis took thn sec
ond and final game from Philadelphia. Scci-:
It. H. E.
St. Louis -. . .9 10 0
Philadelphia 2 8 2
..Batteries — Taylor and Grady; Dugglcby and
Roth. Umpire — Zimmer. .
CHICAGO, May 10.— Chicago won its sev
enth straight game to-day by bunching hits In
the fourth and eighth Innings. Wicker pitched
& great game, holding the visitors to four hits.
He would hav4 easily ehut them out but for
two error* In the ninth. Attendance ISoo.
Sco're: R. H. E.
Chicago 4 11 4
Brooklyn 1 4 2
Wicker Pitches In Great Style, Hold
ing Visitors to Four Hits.
SEVENTH GAME FOR CHICAGO.
Tirst Race— Triumvir,'"* Duncan*
Second Race — The Trifler, Michael
Byrnes. lx>n Meirell.
Third Race — Sad Sam, Don Domo,
Fourth Race— Huzzah, Gilfaih, Dan
McKenna. . v. r*
Fifth Race — Little Elkin, Compass,
Sixth Race — Cardinal Woolscy,
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. May 19.— In the fifth
race to-day Frying ran, ridden by J. Lewis,
fell. Lewis suffered a broken leg and severe
bruises. The horse was destroyed. Results:
First race, five furlongs — Swing Corners won,
Lillle Long second. Forger third. Time. 1:03.
Second race, four furlongs — Fred Hornbeck
won. Lady McKeon second, Flixte third. Time.
Third race, one mile and fifty yards— Fontes-
Ea von, Buccleuth secend, Nuptial third. Time,
Fourth race, six furlongs — Elfin King won,
Irish Jewel second. Cloverton third. Time,
Fifth race, tour and a half furlongs, selling —
Torpedo won, Hersaln second, Quldaro third.
Sixth race, five furlongs, selling— Lady Idris
won. Rash Reuben second, Helgerson third.
Jockey J. Lewis Injured.
•Less than 7 per cent of the power
used in manufacturing plants in the
United States Is electric.
Humble Case Goes to the Jury,
Assistant United States District At
torney Ben I* McKinley made th«
closing argument in the United States
District Court yesterday for the pros
ecution in the case of the United
States against George W. Rumble,
charged with having used the post
office to further a scheme to defraud
his correspondents into buying stock
in a wildcat mine.' Judge de Haven
will charge" the Jury at 10 o'clock thi»
Sacrifice hits— Cartwrlght. Irwin. Error-
Beck. Earned run.-v— Portland 1, San Francisco
1. Stolen baees — Gorton. Bases on balls — Off
Jones 2. Struck out — >By Butler 2, by Jones 2.
Two-base hits— Beck 2. Meany, Reltz. Left
on bases — Portland H. San Francisco 9. Hit by
pitcher — By Jones 1." Passed balls — By Gor
ton 2. First base on errors — Portland 1. Time
of game — One hour forty minutes. Umpire —
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Portland 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 x— 3
Bas« hits 2 0 11 0 0 12 x— 7
Ban Francisco O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 — 1
Base hits 110 21 0 2 1 2—10
/ Totals.2'J 3* 7 Ti 13| Totals.3C 1 10. 24 13
PORTLAND, Or., May 19. — Two
thousand enthusiastic fans saw San
Francisco nearly shut out by the home
team. With one bad inning, Butler
in the box, Beck's error let in the only
run for the Seals. Dugdale appeared
on the ground for the first time as
manager and his presence was in
stantly noted. Several changes made
in the positions of the men seemed
productive of results. Dugdale's ad
vice and handling of his men was re
sponsible for to-day's victory. .Whis
pering Phil Nadeau made a sensation
al throw in from deep left, nipping a
run at the home plate. The score:
Portland — • I San Francisco —
AB. R. H. P. A. AB. R. H. P. A.
Drnan.cf 4 0 0 2 OJHdbnd.lf 5 0 0 2 0
McCde.rf 4 0 0 2 « Wldrn^cf 4 0 11 0
Nadu, If .V 113 1 Meany.rf 4 .0 2 2 0
Beck, 2b 4 2 H 1 4 Irwin 3b 3 0 0 O 2
Frnci*,ss 4 0 2 11 Miller, us 4 0 2 2 3
Mrphy.lb 4 O 1 12 O)Reitz. 2b 4, 1 1 1.4
i"artht,3b 10 0 2 4 Massy.lb 4 0 3 14 0
Shea.- c 2 O 0 4 «; Gorton, c4 O 1 2 1
Butler, p 3 0 0 0 S Jones, p 4 0 0 0 3
Diigdnlc Helps Men to Victory.
Fifth race, five furlongs, three-year-olds and
up. selling— Llirht Braid 105. I Targette 02.
Cracko 98. Sir Preston 10O Amoruna 96. Titus
1C5, MDntoya 105. Willna 0« My Surprise 107.
Sir Appleby 95. Sir Dougall 10S.
Sixth race, four-year-olds and ,up,- selling,
one mile — K"m»lne 107, Illowaho 110. Forest
Klnp 110, Flush of Gold . 105, Colonel Ander
son 107. ¦ . ¦ • . ' • ' ' -
Fourth race." American Hotel Stake, thre^
ycar-olda anil up. selling — Xullah ¦ 102 Lady
Kent 107. The Pride 111. Ocyrohe 100. Andrew
B. Cofak 100. Colvan 100, Mlsty's Pride 113,
Third race, five, furlongs.' three-year-olds and
up. selling— John • Besgs 117, The Lieutenant
107. Thadtleus 119.' A'dnor 121, Facts 100, Bren
mi3 114, The Jew 102. Sol Llchtcnsteln lift.
Joe.Ha 105. Hercules 122, Hindoo Princess 115.
Pachuca 1C0. . . . . . •
First race, six furlonys, three-year-olds and
up. selling— Potentla 102. Resigned 105. J. H.
Bennett 119. Florlana 'Belle 90. Red Damosel
Hi Moor 111, Assessment 118, Dr. Sherman
11C. Gondolus 104. Cotatl 90, Emathion 116,
Nellie Bawn 110. .
Second race, three-year-olds and up, selling —
Geisha Girl 9«. Hurrah Three Times 110. Vic
toria S 104. Kstado , Aggresscr 10<? Maude
Browne 84. Royal White 10O, Mtrgin D 104,
Nano 1C1. Saul of Tarsus 100, Myrtle lOti, Ef
fervescence 91. /
Sixth race' one" mile.' purse $200. three-year
olds—J. V. Kirby 107 (Smith). 9 to 5. first;
Chickadee 105 (Tullett), 8 to 1, second; North
west 05 (Butler). 3 to 1. third. Time. 1:42.
The entries for to-morrow's races
are: A:.- -: : ¦¦'.,¦¦¦•¦
First race, five furlongs, selling, $200. thre»
year-olds — Juan Bcllardo 111 (Bozeman). .1 to
1, first: CrlRli 93 ( ). 4 to 1. second; Eva
D SB (Butler). C to 2. third; Time. 1:01%.
Second race, one -mile. Rolling, $200. four
year-olds—Edra 105 -(Powell) «$ to 1, first;
Xellie Bawn 106 (Everson). 2 to 1, second;
Frank Pearce 10S. (Buxton). 3 to , 1. thltd.
Time. 1:43 Vj.
Third race. four, furlongs, selling. $200. two
year-olds — KdKocliff 110 (Tullett), 8 to 5 first;
Steel Wire 110 (Vlckery). 6 to 5. second;Here
dla 110 (Heavner). 5 io 1. third. Time. :49',4.
Fourth race, one mile, felling, $200. four
year-olds — Lozano-.109' (McHannon) 7 to 1.
first; Vasallo 103 '(Kelly), 11 to 10. second;
Plan 108 (Everson).. 15 to 1, third. Time,
Fifth race, five furlongs, selling, $2CO. three
year-olds — My Surprise 106' (Fountain), 4 to
1. first: Ama.«a 108 : (Powell). 8 to 1, second;
Dolly Weithoff 110 (Buxton). 7 to 2. third.
PETALUMA, May 19.— The attend
ance at Kenilworth Park races to-day
was the largest of the meeting. Seven
bookies wanted to cut in, but there
were not enough slates to accomodate
them. The volume of betting was
about the same, but the bookmakers
did well. The weather was perfect and
track in fine condition. Favorites won
two races. In the third Edgecliff
opened favorite, but was replaced in
the betting by Steel Wire and Heredia.
Edgecliff won by a .nose. J. V. Kirby,
favorite in the sixth race, at 6 to 5,
won easily. In the opening number
Juan Bellardo won handily over Crig
11 and Evea p. The summary:
Second race, nine-sixteenths of a mile— Lou
Merrell 97, Picture Hat 97 Al Casey 97. Peer
less Queen 97. The Trifler 100. Michael Byrnes
100, Racenia May 110, Mellwood 113.
Third race, five furlongs — Komombo 92 G»n
eral Steward 92. Don Domo 87. Baywood 100.
Peter J 104 Sad Sam 107, Mayor Johnson 112,
Thf Fog 117.
Fourth race, one and a sixteenth mites,
handicap — Giirain 05. Rankin 93 Huzzah 1C2,
Dan McKenna 106.- Cardinal WoolFey P5, Port
Royal 10S. (Wooleey and Royal Street entry;
Rackln and Muzzah Arthur entry.)
Fifth race, ore and a quarter miles,' selling —
Louis Kraft 94. Sarilla 97. Benson Caldwell 99,
Rluemint C9 Snowdrift 101 Compass 102 Alma
«irl 102. Marcos 102. Jack Doyle 104 ' N'orth
Sixth race, *even furlongs, selling — Dusky
W>. Spencerlan 92, Rol Bmlth 95. Emperor or
India 95. Redman 90. Frec!:man 96, Telephone
97. Mamselle 98. Chockaynote 99. Miss Man
ners 101. Early Eve 102. Suave 103. Emma A
M 103. Ontonagon 104. Sweet Tooth 1C9, Car
dinal Wools^y 109.
Weather clear. Track fa««t.
Firnt race, six furlonirs. maidens — Reglna D
110. EnerKetio 110. Triumvir 112 Gragoon 112,
Ghats 112. Polk Miller 112. Chameleon 112.
Raincoat 112, Duncan 112. Glenesher 115 Glen
CHICAGO, May 19. — Sad Sam, Don
Domo, The Fog and other sprinters
will hook up in the third race to
morrow over five furlongs at Worth
track. On Saturdav the racing scene
will shift to Hawthorne, where the
feature event will be the Chicago
Derby. The Chicago Jockey Club
adds $10,000. The entries for to
WORTH TRACK ENTRIES.
Increased Attendance Is
Noted at the Kenihvorth
Park Meeting at Petaluma
CINCINNATI. May 19. — Elwood,
fresh from hi3 Derby victory at Louis
ville, won the Latonia Derby to-day at
a mile and a half over a slow track
and in a drizzling rain from a field of
four In 2:42%. He nipped E. Tlerney
a nose from the finish, after a desper r
ate struggle through the stretch.
Lonsdale. which had made all the
early pace, was beaten fifteen lengths
by Ed Tlerney for the place. Salivate,
the only other starter, was fourth all
the way. The value of the purse to
the winner was S5730. Attendance,
First race, six furlong* — Van Ne«» won,
Two Lick aecond. Red Raven third. Time,
Second race, one mile^ — Dutiful ¦won. H»nu
more second. Baird third. Time. 1:44 1 4.
Third race, seven furlongs — Potnpino won.
Prince Light second, Quincy third. Time.
Fourth race, Latonia Derby, one and » half
miles value to wtnner S373O — Elwood 12T
(.Prior). 7 to 2. won: Ed Tlerney.XlH <Mun
roe), 11 to 5. second: Lonsaa:* 112 fj. Hick*).
4 to 5. third. Tim*. 2:42*4. Salivate also ran.
Fifth race, five furlongs — W«b#rfl«lds won,
Strouds second. Dictator third. Tim*. 1:05.
Sixth race, seven furlongs — Montanlc woa
Jake Greenberg second. Gracious third. Time.
Race in Which Only Four Start Fur
nishes a Desperate Race Through
ELWOOD BEATS ED TIERVEY
A XOSE IX LATOXIA DERBY
YACHT DETROIT. WITH WHICH
f , SAN DIEX3O SPORTSMEN BX-
I PECT TO WIN LIPTON CUP.
SAN DIEGO, May 19.— Somewhere
along the line of the Santa Fe railroad,
between this city and the metropolis
of the lakes, is the craft on which the
yachtsmen of\this city pin their hope
that they will be able to keep the Lip
ton cup in San Diego. It is In the
possession of the Corinthian Yacht
Club of thie city in trust for the suc
cessful yacht of the thirty-foot class,
owned on the Pacific Coast, which shall
prove a winner in two of the three
races to be held off the mouth of the
harbor on the 13th, 15th, and 16th of
The Detroit, which is being brought
across the continent to race for the
beautiful cup, was built by the Michi
gan Yacht and Power Company for a
syndicate of Detroit .yachtsmen. They
wanted a vessel to represent that city
in 1 the competition for the honor of de
fending Canada's cup, which has been
won by the yacht Genesee of Roches
ter, New York, and held by the Chi
cago Yacht Club, under .whose auspi
ces the Genesee went over, to Toronto
and won the cup the year- before.
There were nine In the competition, all
of .which were built that year for the
express" purpose of competing for the
honor. The' judges took time to decide
and for two days debated as t« whether
the Detroit or the Cadillac should be
the defender, finally fixing upon the
latter by a close vote.
At that time the Detroit had never
been even tried out, having been ship
ped from Detroit to Chicago within a
few days of the time she was turned
over to the syndicate rrom the hands
of the builders. Since that time the
Detroit and the Cadillac have had
many races and in many close contests
tried to settle the supremacy of the
lakes for boats of that class, but found
that they could not determine it- They
were planning for another season of
trials this year, had not the Detroit
been sold to come to California.
Yacht Detroit Is on. the
, , Rail En Route to
Mr. Jeunness had retired on his la.u- j
rels as an umpire and the. players wise- |
ly refrained from questioning the. de- i
clsions of Jim McDonald. >'. The absence
of Jud Smith, too, perhaps contributed
to the Sunday school aspect of the aft
ernoon, that gentleman having con
cluded to nurse some physical ailment.
Whether or not his bellicose disposl^"
tion was under treatment. could not be
gleaned from ; the bulletin issued by
Dr. Newton. ¦ . '•/¦.'. ...
Oscar Graham, the .erstwhile blonde
pltcher # of the quasi-locals, furnished
the only mild sensation of the day.
Oscar appeared in ; the slab' disguised
as a decided brunette, to the bewilder
ment qf some of. his admirers. "Phe ex
planation furnished by Pete Lbhman
was that Graham' had recentlv met a
strange colored . barber and that his
hair had turned black in a single night.
Oakland got a slight grip on the lead
in the fifth,, after tielng the score in
the previous inning, and held the head
of the Darade until the eighth, when
the struggle took on- a citrus tinge.
Graham up to this period had been
holding down the Angels effectively,
but the eunning^went out of his curves
after Ross had been given a walk.
Chase ; swatted th'e sphere with a
forceful swing and when the outfield
ers in center territory had finished
theii* romp he. was puffing on third.
Spies lifted -the ball over second
among. a. bunch of fielders who got tan
gled up in "the confusion of orders
shouted at them, and the leather
dropped into the grass.
Two runs in and Hank at second.
Hall made It three for the inning by
punching a straight one to left field
for two bases.
There was a brief period of suspense
in the last of the ninth, when a hit
meant two runs and a tied score for
Oakland, Francks having singled and
Schlafly doubled. Devereaux was
given the opportunity to distinguish
himself, hut he went up into the air.
Los Angeles— Oakland—
A. R. H. P.A. A. R. H.P.A.
Toman.s. 2 10 1 8 Oanl«>y,rf fi O. 0 3,,0
Whclr.2b 2 0 0 4 :•» Frnck*,* 4 0 2 2 3
Flood.Sb. 5 0 3 1 2 Krujrr.cf. 5 0 1 .V 0
Rernrd.cf 5 0 2 10 Schfly.2b. 5 13 3.4
Cravth.rf 5 0 0 2 1 Drvrx.Sb 4 0 0 0 4
Ross.lf... 4 12 2 OJ.Strb.lb 4 0 0 12 0
Chase.lb. 4 1 1.12. l.Grahm.p. 4 12 0 1
Spi«?s,c.. 4 1 14 1 Ryrnea,c. 3 0 1 3 0
Hall.p... 4 12 0 2 ( T.Streb,lf 3 11 10
Totals 35 5 11 27 18 ' Totals 37 3 10 27 12
HUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles. I....1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0— S
Base hits 1 0 3 0 1 1 13 1—11
Oakland 0 0 0 2 1 0 00 0 — .T
Base hits 1 1 1'3 10 0 1 2—10
Stolen base? — Ross, Spies Kruger. Errors —
Toman. Wheeler. Ross. Chase. Three-base hit
—Chase. Two-base hits— Schlafly 2, Flood
Hall. Sacrifice hits— Wheeler. Toman. Byrnes.
Chase. First base on *>rrorn — Oakland 2. Fir*t
base on called balls— Off Hall 1, off Graham
4. Left on bases — Los Angeles 10. Oakland 10
Struck out — By Hall 5. by Graham 3. Hit by
pitcher — Francks, Wheeler.. Double play —
Flood to Wheeler to Chase. Time of game —
Two hours. Umpire — McDonald.
Peaceful as a ladles' tennis tourna
ment was the Recreation Park'base
ball diamond yesterday afternoon/ and
the contrast to the previous day was
like unto that between a mill pond" and
a troubled sea. t ... • ¦¦'/
The latter has done all that has been
asked of him, but his work does not
blur the impressive showing made by
Canole when he fought here last win
ter. The prediction is freely made that
before the end of next year he will bo
the champion lightweight.
The contest will be interesting in
many respects and -that it will attract
a big crowd is evident from the large
numDer of seats already sold. It will
be interesting first because the result
will establish a man who is apt to be
the champion lightweight some day
and then it will show the great differ
ence in the styles of*he distinct "classes
of pugilists, the boxer "and the fighter.
It should result in a good battle.
Canole's cleverness will be pitted
against the gameness and strength and
hitting powers of Nelson. The weigh
ing in will be done at 3 o'clock this
afternoon, the men^meetlng at Greg
gains' place shortly'before that time.
Jack Welch has been selected to ref
eree the contest and his selection meets
with the approval of the public who
bet their money on boxing contests.
Welch's decisions have always been
fair and impartial. The contestants
and their representatives had several
conferences over the referee question,
neither side caring to accept any one
but a fair, honest official. After the
names of Eddie Graney, Arthur Eck
art, Phil Wand, Eddie Smith and Billy
Roche had been discussed It was final
ly decided that Welch would be ac
ceptable to both sides and to the pub
lic as well.
It is the general impression that Nel
son Vr ill surprise a good many people
in this contest. It is being whispered
about that he is being underrated by
Canole and his people and that he will
not only beat the latter, but that he
will do it decisively. Nel3on will have
to be all that is claimed of him to
The betting public cannot get away
from class and. apparently figuring
that Canole is the class of to-night a
contest in Woodward's Pavilion, the
Fall Kiver boxer has been made a 2 to
1 choice over Battling Nelson.
McDonald Once More Acts as
Umpire and His Decisions
Give Entire Satisfaction
Adherents of the' Chicago
Man Think He Has Chance
to Stop His Opponent
First Race — Boundlee, Bird Toml,
Second race — Renaissance, Phil
Kin jr. .Ion Kelly.
Third Race — John II, Sid Silver,
Fourth Rnc« — Elastic, Hunter, Dr.
Fifth Race— Radium, Welcome
Xlght, Matt WadJeigh.
Sixth Race — Sting, Huccna," Gas
lighter. , .
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs, three
year-olds and up — Velasquez 117, Radium 95,
Princess Me 107, Matt Wadlelgh 102, Welcome
Light 112. Pilgrim Girl 95. Major Carpenter 97.
Sixth race, one mile, three-year-old* and up,
Felling— Edgardo 10«, Walterin S7. Exapo 00,
Gas Light t 110. Feronla 1C5, • Hueena 101,
Sting 101, General Prig 110, Hcleij Hay 102.
Weather clear; track fast. : ;
Fourth race, six furlongs, three-year-olds
and up, handicap — Elastic 124/ Dr. Stephens
110. Scotch Dance S7. Tower 03, Laura Hunter
Third race, seven furlongs, three-year-olds
and up. se'.lingr-Jerry Hunt 111. Pourquols Pas
102. Murmur 97. Hansborough 111. Escanaba
1C0. Whitrr-ore 101. Sid Silver 104, John II 100.
Second Mate 112, Domlnus 111, Rarnacle 104,
Little atant 104.
ST. LOUIS, May 19. — The entries
for to-morrow's races at Delmar race
track are as follows:
First race, five an<1 a half furlongs, three
year-o!ds and up, selling— Onanetta 110 Am
mon 112. A*8as«in 117, Bird Pond 95 Boundlee
112. Mathilde 112. Biayon 107.
Second race, four and a half furlongs, two
year-olds, telling — Joe Kelly 106. Phil King
103, Wlllowdene 105, Renaissance 102 Bester
. ENTRIES FOK DELMAR RACES.
SIXTH RACE— Six furlongs; three-year-olds
Betting. Hor.«e. Weight Jockey. St. «i Fin.
."! to 1— Velai=quer. infl (Troxler).. 3 1^14
3 to 2 — S. Charity. 107 (Wallace). 5 22 2 1
3 tn 1— Tlckful. lf>4 (W. Davis).. 2 32 3 n
Time. l:22>i. Start good. Won easily.
Winner. W. H. Billings' b. p. (fi) by Teuton-
Little Sisterly. Venua Victrix 102. Echodale
112.- finished as named.
FIFTH RACE — One and a sixteenth miles;
three-year-olds and up:
Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St.- % Fin.
7 to 2— Pathcs. m:$ (Cocoio) 3 11 1
7 to 2— Dawson. 109 (Troxler) 1 22 24
4 to 1— Potente. 104 (W. Davis)... 2 3 1^3 20
Time. 1:58. Start poor. Won driven out.
Winner, P. J. Nolan's ch. h. (4) by Cayuga-
Julla May. King's Charm S:«. also ran. King's
Charge left at the post.
FOURTH RACE — Seven furlongs; three-year
olds and up:
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin.
2 to 1 — Ingolthrift &'. (Stovalj. . . 3 1 J 10
9 to 2— Lynch. 102 (Perkins) 4 5 2 2 n
5 to 1— A10,>. 109 (Rayner) 1 3 1 3 3
Time, 1-37. Star: good. Won galloping.
Winner, C. W. Glvens & Co.'s ch. c. (3) by
Ingolsby-Adalld. Blue Miracle 107, Frank Rice
105 finished as named.
THIRD RACE— Six furlongs; three-year
o'dn and up. • •¦
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockej-. St. % Fin.
2 to 1— T. Foster. 102 fVnndrut) 117 1-7
7 to 2— Meran, 104 (M Mullen) 4 3 4.28
10 to I— Clifton Boy. 9U < Rayner) 3 4 1" 114
Time. l:23\i. Start good. Won pulled up.
Winner. John McGechan & Go's ch. h. (5) by
Fon*o-ReceE». Mordella 8S. Blue Blaze. 107
finished as named.
RECOXD RACE— Four furlonga; two-year
Betting. Horse, Weight. JocVey. St. % Fin.
5 to 1 — A L«dy. 101 (Rayner)... 2 16 11
« to 1 — Passive. 103 (Cocoio) 3 4 3 -2 8 .
Even— Jar. de Paris, 111 (Austn) 5 3 2 3 6
Time, :!H3. Start good. >vcn easily. Win
ner,' J. M. Barker & Co.'-s ch. T. (2) by Blue
and Gray-Lady Kantaka. Beraandena 05, Syl
van Belle $>S. Captain Erola.-Ki 100, Happy
Chap 103, Tommy O'Hara 10a finished as
ST. LOUIS, May 19.— Jardin de Paris,
Ed Gardner's good two-year-old, which
won so handily here early in the
week, was beaten off to-day by A
Lady and by Passive. The racing was
fairly up to form, the track having
dried out materially. The usual, mis
haps on the bad back stretch were ab
FIKST RACK— Six furlongs; three-year-olds
and; up . . -. . «
Belting. Horee. Weight Jockey. St. %. Fin.
8 to 1— Graden. 107 (Hoffman). 2 8 Vi 11
tt to 1— Aransas. 104 (W. Davis) 5 6 3 2 r.k
I-' to 1— Kin. Park. 107 (Gullett) 9 3 3 8 5
Time. l:24«i. Start fair. Won driving.
Winner. P. H. Jones' ch h. (5) by $tar Ruby-
Falsalra. Caybon 05 Myrtle White S8. LJttle
Giant 102. ¦ Dagger 104. Brick Fowler 03, Es
canba 107 finished as named.
FirUi Race —^De Resrke, Pompano,
Siitii Race— April Showers, Graz
iallo, City Bank. :v>*v >-.
Third Race — Incantation, Czara*
piiine. Qirjsilis. . -
Fourth Race— Hortensia, Fine Art,
FirM Race— Young Henry, Girdle.
lit* rdo!r»h . ... ¦
Second Race — The Claimant, Bul
MORRIS PARK SELECTIONS.
Fixth race, handicap, ore and a sixteenth
miles over the hill — Major DainKerfield 123.
Red IJffct 1(fS. Graziailo IKi. Florham Que«n
100,- April Showers 97. Oareman 110. Andy
Williams if*. Trepan 100. City Bank 100,
Cclontar 55. ...
Fifth race, felling. Witbrrs mile — Akela 111,
Trcpaa 107. Cincinnatun 10^. Go Between 97,
Th!*t^ Heather f/9. L*ord Melbourne 101. Pon\
j->ano fi5. . N'aretor 113^ Mackey Dwyer 105.
<"harlca £l»oo'l 103 Briarthtrrpe 33 De Resske
JCV. Totnosa 05.
Third raw. stake four and a half furlongs —
Incantation 122. SchulanT.te 112. Martha Gcr
naau.112-<'zaraphin«-112. Antimony 112. Cry
titts 112. Fancy Dress 112.
Fourth race purse eeven furlongs — South
Trimble 114. Buckley W. Tjm Payne *>«. De
tention S3. Joe Cobb 113. Cola Saint 88 Hor
icr.ala »3. Fine Art 03
Second racp. pur*e. four and a half fur
long? — Mont<?bello IKi By Play 110 Otsego
11". Bulwark 107, The Clalment 110 Es
cutcheon 110. UJac 1<»7. Idle Hoar 107.
First race, relling Eclipse course — NI?ka
ycn» 113. Ca*f?ta in Neither One 1(M. Larty
Wlrihful tH. Billy Rnch* 94 Eloim 104, Girdle
107. Bardolph 103 Escobar OS, Queen Elir.a
br-Ji 113. Gold Dome 106. W. B. Fa5i(f LOS,
Oll^trn S4. R. HemrtsU-ail SS Gananoguc h~.
Miiadt Lovf 107, Ynurg Henry 122.
MOHRIS PARK ENTRIES.
While R. J. Wilson Jr.'s Dolly Span- j
ker won the Pocantico Stake from a I
field not supposed to be able to force j
him to do his best, this supposition was j
incorrect. Mr. Wilson's Relding was off j
H<or!>\ however, while The Southerner j
was off in front and in good motion. |
This n:ny account for the necessity on j
the part of R»-dfern to ride Dolly Span
ker out in order tor stand off the rush
of Robin Hood. The Southerner also
hung on. so the three placed racers !
ivore lapped <m each other up tir the i
last few Firides. Th* time. 1:47 Vi for j
a. mile and a sixteenth, marked a good
FIRST KACE-^lx and a half furlongs;
tfcr^.ytar-i.ids a2« up: K-lilrix:
Zicitifig. Horse. V. et*ht. Jockey. *< . ?» Fin. |
Sit to l-H>dra.iK<a. M <Notter».. 5 • 1 V» 1
to 1— J.* Lyr.ton. ¦03.<Pch!llinr». s v * 2S j
ZlioZ— Ella 8rrr>a«?r. 101 «Klenk» « • 3 2t
liir.t. 1:-1. teir. Wen driving. Win- I
r.er ; I. U. I>at:s<tf« b. t. by Alhert-Tomaile I
X**. Bobadil, Kiortrel. Torn L*»-son. Liocket,
Trincfift. Machanlon. <»rantsda!e. Mempnis, |
I"ar«n!ass. Jo# Cobb. finished as named.
8Ec6n'O RACE- Four and a half furlongs: j
two-vtar-oidf .- i"iur»*:
Xio^linf. , Hor*f, Weisht. Jockey. St. *« Tin.
JJtoS — Bicrlfler. 115 lUannon)... 1 • U
!'• t'l 1 — Veto. H»9 «BurT5si 4 • 2 ns
f« '.r> 1 — ttcse ct l»a»n.ltu <Sha»» 3 • 3 3
No 'tirre tak^>n Start fair. Won easily. 1
L. V. BeU*€ <.h. e. by Hasting*-G:or>.
Ft lieilnnf. UrltUher. Mon Amour, Gamara.
Couod) Maid. l>r. £«artz. finished at named.
THIRD RACE— Eclips* course; three-year
o;di< ani u;); F*ilin»:
V.'tnr.g:- Hx>re». We!?M,- JOtVpy. St. *i "Fin.
1J 10 .^— fnmasked. 11« «Shaw).. 1 • 11
J.itol — Ofiskuny FS (Traverr) . . . 2 • 2\
s t<!» ft — Ifehnrxarfr. 100 (Phitipe) 5 • 3 1»i
No time taken. Start ctraggling. Wen eae
ily. Winner, J. M. McCue'g b. g. by Domino
>l"ie Hill. Scljoharip. Toupee. Stalker. Jack
liatlin. \"agrary. Alack, finished aa named.
FOURTH RACE — On* and a sixteenth
rii:;«f: the Pocantico. for three-year-olds.
Uettin*. Hors-:-. Weight. Jockey. St. s « Fin.
.: to 5— 1V>1 S5panl*r,12rt'(R*d?ern) 5 • 1 S*
12 to 1— nobm Hood. 1J3 2*21
U to .5— The Southerner. 116 (Blmn) 1 • 3«
Time. 1:47 1-5. Start poor. Won driving.
Winntr. R. T. Wilscn Jr.'* b. g. by Kingston-
J«idv Gay. fsriarthorpe. Palette, Ostrich ftn-
Uhed- as Eunrd. t
FtFTU RACE— Seven furlongs; selling; for
tl;re«-year-oliis and up.
IJ'.itinfr. Hors«\ Weight. Jockey. St. Fin.
7 to. 3 — Ap. Shctvers, 113 <Shaw) 4 4 2 Ins
IS to 1— Baikal. 104 (Fisher) 3 In 2 1»,
3^1o*i — Channplain. 97 <Jon»s).. fl 2 3 3%
Tim». 1:27 4-.Y Start RtJia. Won driving.
Winner. J. A. Caesar'* ch. h. by Alf Eetelle-
P.ainflron. Th? Lady Rohesia, Honolulu, To:
Jian— finished as named. ¦ •
SIXTH RACE— Seven furlong*; for maiden
tIr(" l -> ear-olds: purso.
Kv«i — Ascetic, 110 <Redfern>... 2 lh 124
7 to J — ft Gallen. 110 (Cochran) 3 3 1 2 B
4 t<- 1— U. Prudence. lor, rMarttn) 1 2 1 3 3
Ti&e. l:'.in. Start' poor. Won drlvlnjr. Wln
t>T. M'.i:to\in> ch. c. -by Falsetto or Henry
Osontz," Shipshape finished
•FvS obscured the horses..
SIORKIS PARK, May 19.— A haze ob
ecured a good view of the track to-day/
Two colts c-f more than average class
von their respective rac$s.
If L. V. Bells Ulorlfler is not a stake
coit his victory to-day was most de
ceptive. He was actually "buckjump
ing" as li? passed the Judges after hav- :
lnsr at least half a doaen lengths ad- |
vantage in the last furlong. Glori
fier was bred by August Belmont and
watKSoid at Morris Park last fall- for |
J2200 to Mr. Bell. The colt is by Hast
fxtS« out of- Glorj-. While it is true I
tilorifier beat no colt nor filly of high j
public form, yet when he so easily de
feated Beautiful Rose o-f Dawn, daugh
ter of Hamburg and Poetess, he dis
posed of a filly rated as good as Tanya. 1
The second colt, Veto, finished game- |
Jy and barely beat Rose of Dawn. There
was no time taken as the actual start I
ccruld not be eeen. ' J
AFTEB-XOOX OF PEACE
J. WELCH TO REFEKEE
Goes to Dolly
Clever Fall River Boxer
Made a Top-Heavy Choice
Over "Battling-' Nelson
Jardin de Paris
at Del mar.
SIXTH RACE— One mile and seventy yards;
three-year-olds and up; Billing.
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin.
4 to 1 — Spencerian. 90 (Nico!).. 4 2 It41 1
4 to l^Gravtna. 107 (Watson).. 2 4 82 1
4 to 5— Thane. 110 :; 1 3143 c;
Time. 1:46 1-5. Start gooa. Won handily.
Winner, H. Demham's b. r. f3) by Fr«-e
Knight -Parah Davis. Postman 99, Hermencia
1C3 finished as named.
FIFTH RACE— One and a sixteenth miles;
Betting. Horse Weight, Jockey. St. »i Fin.
4 to .V— Foresight. 112 < Henry). 4 12 J \
7 to 1— J. Lynch. 1C0 (Oliphant) 2 S 2V42 S
11 to 2— Blackwolf 1C5. (Wilson) 1 3 2^3 <5
Time. 1:47 4-5. Start good. Won easily.
Winner. G. W. Poble> ch. e. by The Common
er-Provident. Mainland 10S also ran.
FOURTH RACE— Seven rurlongs; three
year-olds and up: handicap.
Betting.. Horse. Weight.- Jockey. St. a i Fin.
.¦i to 1 — Commodore. luO (Olphnt) 5 2 4 1 n
.1 to 1— Baywood. 93 (Wilson).. 1 1 2Vi2 s i
7 to 10— The Recent. 10."? (Larsn) 3 4 5' 3 \
Time. 1:27. Start Kood. Won driving. Win
ner. J. C. Milan & Co.'b ch. c. by The Com
moner-Rosa Masso. Vestry 105, Rankin t»4
finished as named.
THIHD RACE— Five furlongs ; two-year-olds:
Betting. Hores. Weight. Jockey. St. *; Fin
13 to 20— Lurarlon. 115 (Nicol) 3 2 U I 4,
S to 1— |?rdway Girl. 107 (Bookr) I 1 242 H
4 to 1— Sea Sick. 8<l (Oliphant).. 7 42 3 6
Time. 1:00 3-5/ Start good, won easily,
winner. Fred Ccaks br. c. by Cesarion-Lura
F. ilUton Younit 105, Clara Orry 107. Sea
worthy 104, Sterling Trice 100 finished as
SECOND RACE— One mile; three-year-olds;
Kettinst Horse. Weight. Jcckey. St. *; Fin
11 to 5— Clonmtll.-ioc (HarriF). . ..2 Pjln
20 to 1— Eleven B5II3. 101 <Shrwd) 4 2 3 2 3
3 to 1— Mlsanthropfc. 01 (Nlco!).. 7 4 2ty3 5
Time, 1:414-5. Stert Rood, Wen drivlnn.
winner. William Walker's b. h. (S) by His
HiKhn«=*-Xeitie. Alma Girl 101, Martin 105,
Arthur M, Sir Launcelot 114, Kiorence II OS,
flnifh<d as named.
The track was at its best, the .weath
er cloudy and warm. There was a
much larger attendance than usual,
6aid to be due to the closing of the
many small poolrooms downtown on
account, of discontinued telegraph
service. Four favorites won Sum
Kinsr RACE— Two and a half turUags; two.
jear-oiri maiden!'; purse:
Betting Hors^. Weight. Jockey. St. \ Fin.
Even— Dixl* Lad. no ,Lnrsen>.. C 33 11
00 to J— Green Rrse. 10$ (Haack). 3 Ih 2h
40 tol— tckersall, lit) (Johneonl. 5 2 2 3 1
rime. :M. Start poor. Won easily. Win
ner. John Ma:inlon'» oh. c. by Vollante-Boo
Hoc. Dixie Andrews 107. Colonel White 110,
Wcfft Brookfleld 110. Lucky Charm 110. Garvice
KC». Mm Cansle llu. Mldaima K-T. Kacenia
May 10., Rather Loyal 110, finished as named.
CHICAGO, .May; 19.— A . barrel of
money was burned up at Worth track
to-day, when liosee Goldblatt's entry,
The Regent and Vestry, failed to. win
the fourth race, the feature event on
the card. Opening at evens, the talent
poured so much money into the rins
that -7 to 10 was the best price at post
time. The field was sent away to a
good start with Baywbod in , front. On
the turn for home Commodore,: J. C.
Milan &.Co.'s American Derby candi
date, went after the leader and hooked
up with him in the stretch. In a furious
drive to the wire Commodore won by
a nose from Baywood with The Re
gent third. "¦ . . '. •
Jockey Ollphant,. one .of ' the best
boys here. --'was suspended for' sixty
days for rough riding and for. hitting
Jockey Newman In the face with his
whip in the second race.
dore Downs Bay
wood a Nose.
Cli.ampions Raid Graham's
Curves in the Eighth for
Enough' Tallies to Win
GLORIFIER, A SON OF HASTINGS,
SHOWS CLASS AT MORRIS PARK
BETTORS INSTALL MARTIN CANOLE A ONE TO TWO FAVORITE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL', FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1904.
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