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I 1 I COMPLETETI EFOH TS WTDATS RACING AND BASES AL I i 1 i r
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FAVORITES LOSE IN
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Winning Choices Were Scarce at
ravesend Track I Shotgun and
Blancly Being the Only Two That
1 Were Able to Get Home in Front
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I Jockey BuUman the Star of the Day
t t Winning with John F and Ike S and
t Landing Austin Allen40 to i Shot
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Second Prince Pu at Trj > ck j
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I l The radix waP interesting ut Graxie
4 id this afternoon and tho crovden
jaiefi It The Mnj Stakes was the
feature It was a felling affair which
brought out only a cheap lo DlcH
1 ft Bernftrd was a slight choice over Major
r fpelbam arid both were well played
The money however went to John F
F ridden by Bullm nwho had previously
t idlsttnsulshed himself winning a race
L i ivtn Ike a 12 to 1 shot
i T Bullman vas quite the star of the
afternoon forhe landed Austin Allen
t n 40tol shot In n cond place He went
I tothefront with John F and Htajed
trouble breezing In
I there without any reezng
I several lengths In front of Seymour
i Tho IIi cut loose but failed to do
t itit trcc v
V Siotftun won the opening event by
r rosovln a finish that wno cloji
I sl flIon n lnlbut Lync nai oij
TUiUha Gorman and she might just ns
roil hrc carried th Park Row Bulldi
1S ndi iVillarn tth favorite In til
I t > rJ rice V4 beatts thrcruih a com
lj dUijn6rsWeJiry riafni on Helgerj
t Hi tiartirni cl r4Sp1np > otkort the ysn
of Hidebraitd who rod BriiraiilrCfit
Jfr1rt
t rtiete wu Julte putT of dl tln >
Ji4 Yltl at i th core Th r +
f 4 nlsj Prlnc > ur frpm Cblna vfjio was
I lu nest oit Perry Bolmont Youn
obt and Tad Sloaa re 1 > at th
cjiin1 The weather turned out very
sultry and thetrak wu heavy
SholBnni Tight Bqneejr
1 I PhntRun vu the cholco Inthe open
ine dashiafter the withdrawal of nell
J jifale Kfno Pepper wa well played
V f > J itg nW6n hOt It wa a very liar
li row squeak He went away In front
and howed theway to the stretch fol
lowed by King Pepper and Fire Eater
1 When they swumr Into the stretch Jack
RaIn came through on the rail and
cloud very strong Odom waa forced
to the whip In the last few jump and I
i 1I11lfun hiflW pn long enough to win
by a nne Jifk natlln
was five lengths
n front of King Pepper
I rliolceii Utrrnt In It
Rubrl wia the choie In ttia lnr1
root with OQI Fleut a elnie oIIocoiltl
cholre These two were played to tin
tl
I Jt1u lon at tho o frt ni u ltiXliti om
col In tlu nionM Noiallvht dio
chance ra = cd to the front and hod
tho wa to the stretch MiiiVi ikVi J
I passed him and took a ltiil Iht s
rire liomc an O FV nlnnai thry
length In frunt
of Oold KJeiV who
Hi 1 Ill tin M iiv niT ont Viirnl
110
half ji length for the place
I nrlirinrt Jake the Tliln
Andy WI1llirs was hot
a choc Ii
thr
thll
1
rnt 11 t on hI
moum Iuth IhtlltBrnd Rcdfern t being tiM
iirder
u II JI 110
111 l1bl
Flln tnrd Ml llTlT frtT t Hi
arst halt mile tcii nrlranl stole
through on th ult arid uvinc tht
lead ttaxed there lo the end I
wnnlnr
11 rih
I hrC1t1tteie
ef
w teretli
fnni flhrf wlIT nrf ih tirV dt
tnifr In front or Andy Willing rt
UKU nernnrit Hail So itpeeil
3ich Hornnrd wn tf fji > in nlf
fOtJrtI li
itaKN fr
oioirU
n rpaed ftntl wte bnrll 11 Iei tnhn
F eIth
Jllllnjan up raced to frii
atth I Uf tln vinoj vtli J1s
InlIII tClO IIt reich 7 Irre > tlqI I
LlnkVlLlafl John F cUI hnm
Dof1i1et IJI ISl
riftlStilcr wIi > wa 1tvetladgp In
fiont IjC nicc Dernan t
tJtJIIJ < ri > f 1liun olrlil
F
Ulandy tvtis thechoer iithtiilfth
ae i1i2 he name home with the moT v I
4SS
ft lltnlnTrOHt id laJrt tfrtiiiL1
the Tnlrllrljj crnin va hhdl
o rpootlb ha > iit wnejon her bMZC
ilnd dho Blitnted nf lie otthtIetd eho
hart In her prevlour race Austin Alien
leld slond to the trerch with Amber
11ti third N < jlthirw H IIb > io csirh
rilindv > who i uvn i ntfr frini J5 i
tlnAllenr WHoeM Amhcrjiph A head
The Crlclcpfn Clone Shine
Memphis made this arly pace In the
sixth Followed b The Cricket and Sep
war They hytdttrH order to the far
turn where MemphlF quit and Tie
Cricket fihnwed the naytbtnerstretch
Brooklynlte then closedTvefy trcnr and
Jump by Jump gained oi The Crickel
The latter lasted Ions enough 10 wli >
by a nose roQkbnllewlII twol nath
In front of St Ollllen
BAptNG ON WESTERN TRACKS
m 1 c 4t i
y RESULTS ATDELMAR
f f ejioeltJ to The Evening World
x DEIMAR RACE TRACK ST
> LOUIS Mo June 3Tbe rraults of the
race held here today are as follows
t FIRST RACE Threequarters of a
I mile Won by Wan Dora 3 to 1 and
even Feronla 1 to 1 for place was
i neeond Edith Rou S to 5 third Time
l 1J5 I
1J5SCCOND RA < JR Four and R half fur I
t nWon by Wlllowdene 2 to 1 and
vea Passive even for Dlace was sec
i ond Little Florence 6 to 1 third
t Time 100
THIRD RACE Threequarters of a
mil Won by Faqueta 20 to 1 and 8 to
1 Maud Wallace 4 to 1 for pUce wn
I r l aecopd Ethel Davis even third
nmel2Sl4
1 FOURTHKACE mile and twen
I I ty yaWon by Poujnte 4 to 1 und
I to 5 BeVove 8 to 6 tor place woo
JI oeeinil Eiaoo T to 10 third Time
t LITFIFTH
FIFTH RACE Tlireeiuart r ot a
mile Won by Onannutta G to 1 and I
Li to 1 Hatchet even for place was sec
I dnTJNearest eten third Time 125
f i SIXTH RACEOne mile and twerity
Viirds Wonby Jerry Uflnt 3to 1 and
rven Illuminate 4 to 1 for place waa
ecoftd Algonquin even WaLl third
I n Time lM t I
WINNERS AT HAWTHORNE
1 alWTIJORNE RACE TRACK CHI
CAOOJune SoTh > winners of the
f I TaceErun her today are as follows
vi FIRST RACE Four and onehalf
f furlonjw Won by darvlce 40 to 1 and
f 10 tQllPftlmTre6 tol and 2 to 1 I
1 vas ascend Tennyburn 9 to 3 and 9
I to 6 third TtmeO56 J6
i I SECOND RACE SIx turlongWop
by Alma Dufqur even and Zto 5 The
V J htySto 1 and 9lt6 10 was second
Silent Water I to 1 and Sto 1 third
t Tlme11C
I THIRD RACE Steeplechase short
couWon Dr Nowlin IS to c
ando to6 FalleUa to 5 anjl7 to 10
If was second and Snowdrift 7 to 1 and
r 1 to1 third Time 249 S5
FOURTH AACEOne mllWon by
BadNews 2 to7 and out Miss Craw
tcreUtolandtolwlUI second
t Foresight 9 to 1 and eyen third
I t TFoIre I
TImsLU I
FIrHRACE One mile > and one
tlBhth Won by Harrison 7 to 10 and
ato 10 Louisville a to 1 and 7to 10
was second John McQurk 9 tp 1 and i
to t third Time lFi S5
0 SIXTH RACEFIve ttirIcngtvo
Y by Penry ONell 16 to6 and 1 to 5c
Broadwoinairl 70 1 and 2 tol 1InJ
econdiIlMJf 1Sto 5 afi7io
J thirdfTlraBJ01 j ai l
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Following are the results of the race
held here today i
KUtSX KACBSIn furlongWon by
Milo Doyle 7 to 2 owasoai to 1 Will
cotll1 lttoiY Lyons p to 2 third
TltnttIJG 12
SECOND iltACEOne mllWon by
OIiMW < x > d U to 5 Flank Ala It to i
was second Tom Hall 7 to 1 third
TimeL4
i THIRD RACEFIV turlonnWoo
by OddoJette JO to 1 DJxfllle 2 to 1
was second Monaco Maid 7 to 1 third
I Time 102
FOURTH RACEShort course Won
br Faraday Jrt 2 to4 Isllp b tol was
second Volantene 7 to 10 third Time
8H
FIFTH RACE One mile I < ndone
eighth Wont by Goo Coo s > tn l
Frjvoly S to t ivas second Brecrs 4
to 1thjrki TlmelS4
SIXTH RACEFIvs furlongs Won
bv Dr lAtrIlO 7 toI Strand 8 to 1
waa Hecond extncton Lead r 7 to 1
third T1rne2O
EASTERN LEAGUE
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JEH8EY CITY AT PROVIDENCE
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Jersey CltyOOOOOOOOoO 1 1
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liattcrleiMcCann and Corlsch Fair
banks and Revllle
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BALTj MoRE AT NEWARK
Oome postponed on account of wet
ground I I
i TORONTO AT BUFFALO i
ftHE
TorontotO0O00i300 5H e
BbffaloOO 0200010 41 71
Batteries Gardner and Fuller McQee
and ilcAllliter <
ONrAEA AT ROCHESTER
Montreal 00 0 0 0 1 2 1 03V
Rochester V0 0 OOTl 0 0 3 0 310 2
BatterleatPappalau Otbon L ary
and Nichols
1
EASTERN LEAQUE STANDING
wtPC C I wiiPC
Buffalo 18 8602 Prdenre IS 15 eSt
Baltlmora IS 11 teas Montreal 111444
Newark 17 12ESS Toronto U 17 414
J CIty7U l Rochester SO231
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PRETTY POllY t WjNS 1OAS
LONDON JunelyPretty Pplly JWOB I
tbe Oaks of 0060 overelans for three
yearold fllliff bout i one mile and a
hnlOnt thEeomtsmmer theeigto
day Bitter wan second And Fiance
third Four hor flraBi > t
1 1 j s < ft
COMIC VIEW OF PRINCE PU AT RACES
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j Cincinnati Reds Take the Sec
I ond Game and Chicago Moves
I Up Into First Place as a Re
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ITUIItI1 b 0 3 1 I
litnlln If 0 0 0 o i
Krlley Ib 21 I 1 i
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DoUii rf 0 I 2 0 i
i ortornn SM no 4 c
1 Uneftuir St t 00 I 3 C
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NEW YORK
It 1111 F
I Rrowne > rf If 3 01
I Devlin 3b II I I Jo
Mcflfcrn Io 0 2 12 00
B7P mian c o 1 o n
laipir If no I oo
i I 1 Z 0
niboit 33 n i i to
Viwrt nan r t 11 I 4 z I
Tjvla p 0 0 0 0
Toi 1 R f 14 l
tbjrr BY m
CItlfiditI lIIQ o 0 1 0 3 nt
JT t v Tkvk > rM I 0 v 011 1 011 o
rt turd tbu nh1iaOft Taylor 2
iPu icI out bv Tjiyiir r Home runs
fiyihlofUinre Wlre hllUrrne Do
h1 11 aflrechban lIe
rGann fleyrrtom1 Sacrifice Jilts DOilln
McGfnr St0eii bax > KellJ Double
tlhfJo llhn and Kelly fmplres
lpr8n jiiirt tltirmcr Tim of same
On hour and nryn minutes
SfieclM to rtfi Rtcnlni WorM
PplO GROlXPS June 3 The Glnntf
wer bpien by tie Rfds In a < 101 > and
Cxritlnd same tliti afternoon and u
tho Chi hsos won MiOnma p iinmi
nsplrrints dropped bafk Into fecoml
lie tempJrertjj t t lead Dumm
Ta > 1gr pltohed f rill home leant and
Ie wa II plttftd aealrt the astute Non
> iles Ilnhh T5cth box men worked clev
erlS allnwlnc but eIght hits on a aide
th Reds Won biau e they had tlio
mo < t liicl A wild throw b > Broxni
iiid bad dlsln at flirt gay the Rods
two of their three runs and as the
Giants coUld score but two runs they
had to full Dahlena tiomorun drive In I
the seventh wn < a feature i
Flrit Innluor
HucKlns itarte with u sliisMnir slnclc
ft > r rllylrll11 head But was an ei y
out trying to steal second on Bowel
ITI111 perfect throw to Dahlen Don
hits roarer was meat for Merles Kcl
lt waited for it pass and got U Her
nourl shot well proved too ivirm Cot
Gilbert yielding a sack Dolan died on
J > tfMiudrl fur Gllliut NO HlNb
Browne drove one over Dolnns hend
and made three basea Devlin lined n
tingle ovet Curcoran dome and
Browne itrouod home McQann sacrl
flrtd land Woodruff threw him out
Bresnbhrn made half the circuit on a
drive to left Dunlin came near to
< iirlilnk thi bail rind oDvlln rouldnl
start In time to score but reachel
third salely Meftes popped to Cor
coran J > hlen nertshed 101 a grounder
lo Corcoran ONE RUN
I i Second Innlnor
Dahlens tint assist disposed of Cor
l Continued on Second Page
NATIONAL LEAGUE
CINCINNATI AT NEW YORK I
Cincinnati O00001020 3
NewYork IO 0000100 2
I tfatterled Hahri and Pejitzj Taylor and
Bow erman
PITTSBURG AT BROOKLYN
PlllibiifiO 0101020000 04
Brooklyn 00100201000 15
C Btterlts Miller and Phelps Pools
and ItlttJr
CHICAGO AT PHILADELPHIA
Chltsjo Ui 200100100 4
Philadelphia OObZOOlOO
tiatterteflBnsfi and ONeill Fraser
and Doom
8TLOOlB AT BOSTON
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Belies x I
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Batteriei Taylor1 lithd Grady IMttln
cer and Needham i
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NATIOrfAULKAQUE STANDING
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Ohloaotl6u Mi flltlbursl J < ll
NaY rl 2llJ oat tookJlJ Jf S3 110
Clnelnnatiarw 673 UOltonJe tJ Ma
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1 Detroits Turn the Tablc oi
Griffiths Men Winning Out ill
Another Close Contest at End
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BATTING OR9Eft i
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flurriitcr Ieitr rl
rioblnuiti < < mrcn it
Cruwrurn li tilinins ci
flultn0n It Andrrfolt ir
Cart lb Ounirl Ib
Gremlniter 3b McOuire c
i rb c Ylmret Jh
Klt nnD Collins cf
rIcnry n Tvop n
I Pr OTn S > > wii
tpcri to 11e t fnlc World
numn IA GtlOfNttS UBlllUIT
Junn 3ln a tpnliinln jtnmc hen to
day th Tigers heat lie HlRhlandeir
bv a scotc of lr tp 4 It wid another
pitchers battle with man exciting
pin yr
lr t Innlnit
Keeler Singled half way to flrn base
Conroj hit Into a dmblc play 0 Leery
to noblnaon to Cirr Wllilnms out
li ti > i tii < ISh
Barrett talked Robinson hit to Will
c WI1U i 1 i n I Km us
Inf I ii cntili rtAintt I nn iunni ixlfa
wife Crawford Mcrlficed Powell to
ainifi Hu lslnan lilt to Oonroj alto
tlirn Hnrrett out lt the plate Carr
> > It from Conroy to Giiizcl JsO
RUNS
Merond Innlnir
Aiidcifon clnxlcd tu entire Anderron
nai out nttimpllng to steal second
Gnnrel struck out McQuIre flleil to
luelsman NO RUNS
GremlnitAr walked Buelow sacrificed
Kltson singled to left QremlnKcr was
out at the plate trying to get home on
Wit OIeirv wrtick out NO RUNS
Third timing
Thoney was out OLeary to Carr
Collins hit for three haRe 10 right CII
Ire Powell hit to OLeary who threw
loW to the plate Collins scoring
Keeler bunted and was sate on Cnrrs
error Conroy hit to Kltson who
threw Powell out at third William
walked fllllnc th bases Anderson hit
to Qiemlnger forcing Conroy at third
ONE RUN
BurcH walked Robinson filed out to
Colllnp Harrett stole second Craw
ford actually tnndo a hit to left centnr
nnd scored Barrett Huelsman struck
Continued on Second Page
RESULTS OF TODAYS GAMES
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
NEW YORK AT DETROIT
NtwYorkO 01 000002 l4
DcuoltOO 01000020 2 5
Batteries Powell and McGuIre Kit
vm and Buelow
I BOSTON AT CLEVELAND
notion 000000001
Oevtlind 11000000 2
Dattorles Olbion nnd Crljrtr Donohut
an Beml
WASHINGTON AT CHICAGO
Wiihlnjtoi 100000000 I
Chlujo OOOZ1200 S
Batteries Putter and KlltrldRe Smith
and Bulllvan
PHILADELPHIA AT ST LOUIS
Oama poatponed on account of ruin
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING
wi rc WL ro
HoiUmtrt tJM PbllaphlaW 18 IIM
ClevelandJl Ii 00081 Louis 18 In 470
New TorU1 JS 3d1 Detroit 1323 ail
Ohloitoia IT MilWashliign 0 28 171
WORLDS FAIR GAMES OFF
M01UDB FAIl OROUNDB ST
LOUIS June tThe A < X U handi
cap contents which wereto huve been
held today Weft postponed until It
O cioec tomorrow morntnuon account
of rain I
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EVENiNG WORLD RACE CHART
I CIGn I u UAV AT GKAVESEND
I
liti ltiiilni torlil > ehurli are In ilexeil from Ort me at Aqueduct
Fill Itvij lljo niMd huruUcap for all ages about lit furlono Platt
J sl Uuii itnoiiK lime I II anllnner b c toy Artillery 1rtncea
Kth Ijlieit 1 II Jtnmni V
leiea Hn rtt Jocktyf Wi Bl = i U rl Ojcn C1J t Bh
2L IIhIUII Odom 171 4 1 I jdtt I rfS
+ DJek HJllnHlld d too of 4 I4 0 II f 05 5
aVK11gIepDer Hlmw 111 fl 21 I 3ii Jie 0 4 I 21
t1re Bai llullman 114 I I 4S O
r ii 3 It 4 4 S S 34
ri Monteciirlij J JontM llcl II ft I 11 J 1 ftp no
2J7 herd At the SiiiCt ornmtck Ie 3 11 II 6 s 01 10 SO St
rfiiiincV Y cr JfiL4oif t T f 7 7 is 40 IJ
r1ObfanIIble tfiernelEhtii Kin lepner TTLord of thf Vailey7 I
Pholirun juit laiied long enough Jack Baum mowed a lot of Improvement
er4fiIith4terv mnmr King Pepper nn hU race
> rs KKoNn CftJOOO iJ n rror twoo Tol4 fl nd a halt furlonm
> MUM fair Won tinll TlmI 111411 Winner b c h > trThlib
1 cr L Rnaltf
tII1 T 11 IC > > Joctceyi Wt 8t Ii Ii H Fin Open Cbs Plsh
8tH
ITII a Uullman 15 H 2116 2 Ii I i 1I 1 f81I
I S47 nrtfeur lll 101 1I 21t 35 3S iui t 1 5 I227io ia
JN Nnrallaht v II Toohran KM 3 II H IW 1 3 VI 40 10 10 S
cii lUrrr Hell 107 4 7 11 1 8 4I jd 1 4 2
2J llutirtc lllMrbrand liu 7n II l4 ii 4 4 V 2 541 7in li
I 11 1Oigl Imp W iipnhiliCey 11 7T f 6 C n ni O sn 10 6
Ut First Horn J JODM llr T S S l 7 ro 20 a 4
r hIO lr E rp 2g r
101 Mtfrrt Traers Ort 2 41 7 5 5 3 3 i
Queen Ore Murphy III II fi 0 0 0 a 1M 100 40 IB
1 r Trar Wcr Crlmmln m in ILI IOO
irratchil TMnmuii 0 > e n I hlak f P I r Eo lerre 2
Ike S breezed In st the end NorlIbf had ipeol but tired In the last furlong
nuttlc ron Il b4 race
I g TlIi O RAC4lZi added handicip = for thrsyarods fTii up OM nlla1
ai a Quarter ittert gooi Wn clnrh Tlmol1I 45 winner ch c by JJel
O r
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1d4 lT JO keva ft 1Fln OpeiT Cloa < ri JRh
52 nIreI HlldeTralK cia a 3IL4 Ii l4 I Ii 55 52 12
5 4 iilrta D OConnor tfff 1 1 2I 21 m 2 it H 83 I
Im l
h Andy Williamllelgrson lit I 4 3 315 T7 in 4 1I2
T1I thin J Cochlea 04 a a 4ie 4 i 4 ie l ao 41 II 2
2O RUbY fling c Crlnimlni 151 2 41 S 5 SO 41WJ LI
leralrbaArrlcnMr end ITllo Oervielzhti nrimnd 1 Cthlci 4 Illrrl 4 eDO
LJti 1iIrland was toul llbrU ran a swell rare nub v ninn had no p > xi
< = = r = r
2 8 F lnn ilT Start J1ACIIThe good Waflesstly Mas Stakes TimeIl2 for threejearoldi Winner flCOO b c added by St about techAu six fur
trsllsn Oo il Ouner J U Holland
Indeif Hiine Jotkejra Wt St U HSfln Open Clo 11 1110
l10 John r JlMInan inc a i i s i 4 12
II el 1
311 f > i > > moiir Trsre let I 3 V zl 24 21 4 3 1 12
n7 Dick llernard Shaw llll a M MI at I I I 13 2 411 12
ziti Hteelmaker CrhnniUin ml 10 8 ft I II ri 41 0 40 0 1
flit Major Pelham Hlldetirand IIM R 414 41 41 41 r C 2 52 I 3a
243 NIkun J Martin lOt i 7 IH n It fli so 40 13 II
lis Boh noy n Fisher IS 7 Vt 71 7 1 4 i5 an in a
g 1 m
1 i Mlerlnir Link II Cochran DS 4 21 2 > A 8 tO 10 12 IZ
Jll th5 plain J Jone 101 0 P t > n 11 pI 12 to II 4
i nob Murph E Walh 01 H in in 10 10 10 4 a 1 12
alad Smile ptjrL JLJJLJJJLiJ100 IThi4Q y
I F tieeWttchcmft DUInatlon Tol San Oojrt TKinie and Palleit Overn tlchti
1fhl V II Ievnour 1 John P hart all the Ded and was only jalloplnr at the end
UIk n > rnatr Jiart TIP treed iteJorPIhamTaflhOW form
259 FIFTH IIACE fww added for twosesroMi five furlonn Start fair Won
tJ easlli Time 1 OV33 Winner ch cby Haailnnii Hellnda Owner N Ben
nlnitlon
Index ITonea J Wt St f JU Op Clo Pt Sh
2111 i Windy ONeill lIT StI 1 P i il Ill 7 10 45 13
111 u lln Alen nullnian inn n 214 21 2t ati 2 Kl 40 ill T
III Amberjack OConnor 107 4 n 4S 4 I t IS 21 5 71
caai Adl HeUennn US 2 3 5 I g ill A 4 1 12
l Martha Oornian Mne inn H 4 3t I i 41 1 111 111 315 11
chief Mllllken Itelnhelmer 102 8 0 n C itT fI inn inn 10 20
Kaa ll F Wallh ini 7 f f ita 1 100 Oil no O
ITT C puncllman Illldebrand 102 S S K r a 5 20 40 10 it
2Jrt Maxtmlllan J Martin liii II 9 n II n 0 40 im TO I
22S DL Peti Oathm Tr eri DO 10 10 10 10 jo tn ion 200 60 =
rcratche < Con uelo TI ulrk and In vaer OtrwisitteKascii 2 Maximilian
2 M 1tJII Allen 1 Blandy easily bent Martha dorman had lIOn of th eel she
ilnwed In Jier loft race Au JlAilLr nhl he trate
I1ThTXT W nXCE fW added Mlllnu for maldeni three yean old andiupvard mliP
tii anil a ilxleenlh Plan l < onr Won drlrlnit Tlmetitl 3fi Winner blk r h
PeflDOra n O nrrih lpf L HtsM
l J9k WIL LFnOMC P
1M The t1 tA1 I I t I p I I
22t Crckt Rmen 112 I I I 41 2 H 1
211 Irklle lullmon lli I 7 3114 2 al fI i a 2
223 pAhnln Dnlll 112 1 0 5i1 f II 41 p 12 I
124 etepaway Ctmr l it 4 itL4 at I au iii o Tn
21 KiiIila inC 1W it 1 rl fI fn 5
KIII n Piir 101 II 51 5 n II 11 a I 1
cn1 T nf t I
ilit a RrtKssg s Ig 10 101 10 p 1 j 5 s
fll Muttnl Tr r lli 4 21 4 4 T H w 4 15 x
Tr
2 no arnntadal 11 Cochran 10 n II II II 1 in 10 n I x
Its MeVrVphl 1 Martin 10 2 ISj1 iiHJ I S 2 1
IP BaMoa Ahmorth 112 II 1 IS Ia I J 12 ion 2JJJ m 40
1 nolle lalre Crlnimlni 102 12 g n IS lit II 2O 2 4
rr UftCkmarT Treubel JIM II l J 14 I 4 1 1 2 2J I ft 1
24 troucillsOflrien 112 til JJ 13 lit Ill JJ 10 15 n 4
TolI 14 1Jij IS I
11J Hutu P 1 > Qropn rlft I 30JflO4O 2
Cricket li lM lust long ennuxh lnv Ivnlle cloeed a big IIiITh f uI half
lef
Cr pjpajjnth ja quarter c Memiinlt died 2 jlr
GRAVESEND ENTRIES FOR TOMORROW
RACE TRACK GRABS D N Y
June 3The entries for tomorrows
races urn as follows
Klrtt Race For mare three jean old and
UI han4lcap about Ia furlong
01 Athlana abut 232 Gold Money Isi
197 Aik actS 122 241 IHalHertonn 00
Wnudlhadt 117 711 Sweet Allc uN >
24X > Mmt WorthlW xn llnrlornni iJ
4J Armenia IJttlK Km t0 243 LadY Amelia 112
Second 1tacThs Greater flew Tork Stee
plKhait handicap for fouryearolita and
up full ooune about two mllei ant a halt
Tib Kuminaw ISO 22S Ix Ridley 140
K3 FIg Vlriln 144 231 The Begged I
22ai JIS8 Phil lpsIM Cavalier ISO
225 Th Virgin 184 21 Caller IUO
2 little Ray 1
JU nace Tht Ortat American Stakea
of 112 300 for twoy arol J five furlongs
hi portsmouth lilt U Belie
i Hlchard JtlS aatlenli2
ZM j Banal US ZOaTh Clam
2 8iUt a4 lot 11
Bt Pecp rH2 2U Amber Jack 111
160 I roMr112 M4 ongorder15
4 I VlaiiUoitok 115 2n Jack StaffIIS 1
p i i
f
1 iMtt L
I IP nritlsher IIS 214 lone and
I Win 122
Fourth BaneThe Droadwar Stakes far
s1k
Ihrrtieanoldi one mile Ma iliieinlli
t22JUrnl Mawr 14 2T Doili Bpankrilj
123i1toian Ill 221 Bfkolt
IWtan 113
1
r 240 orthodox 121 is1
I II Orlh0ox iiiiiiiMar 1211
l < 24 l Montreon 121 JT2 nammula IO1
227 Tomcod 111 231 pentaur 10
I nfh 1Uce Tr ° JrroW i selling fin
furlongs
lurlonrrlrhon 10 2 4 C T Nolandl02
aiHylanlt 10 Chanticleer 104
222 Hand Alice 10 Del Coronadol04
172 army Lad 102 24 7 Jerry C 07
247 Chip Thorpe W 2S8 Torchello D
241 Vassar Girl 04 241 Sandy Audi 03
241 Brush Up 104 14 3 Tjrolean D
IRI K Roramor D21t Fireball 10
10 lAura Yl m 11 Bryant 00
Hhtth ItaceAKor IhreeTraroidt and D
illlnir rne mill and a sixteenth
231 Pairet 10 Ctiroll DIM
1131fur 115 344 Mrrelte an
1
234 Sheriff BllilIt 2t4 Rlher Da > sOI
241 nartotph 111 22T Tom Cod 00
144 i
244 Monadnock ni 2 Cit noch G
344 Dark Planet104 n TIRvallt
240 aDotOI M ai Gmharrautina
p 178Klla Rnjiler101 I T Fmhartn
11 i i i
< r 1
J J i
I
JEROME TO ACT
I ATONOEINCASE
ELIASWUMAN
5 t
When Suit Was Threatened by Johir R Platt
I Child and Nurse Were Sent rOm
Lenox Avenue House While Trunks W f
Removed in Business Firms W MI >
1 l
DEPUTIES MAY BREAK INTO HER 1
CENTRAL PARK WEST HOME
10MEJ
i
J
4 I
Mysterious Signals from the House Seen at
Night Made Detectives on Watch Belev 1
that She Would Attempt to Leave Old
Man Platt Seriously III >
II U
I l
Hannah Elias is still in her Central Park Westresidence defyfapfUw
Sheriffs deputes who are Besieging her with an order ofairest IssuoMa
John R Platts suit for the recovery of nearly 700000 allege < MD6 W8 > j
been obtained from Jiim by blackmail The deputies are powerles todci C
nyt lngs long as Mrs Elias remains indoors and soufar shejsfiowstaa
disposition to come out Because of her c attitude ittlsbeUeVedtatVJ i
tice Dugro will today permit Lyrnan G Warren MElattcouni Jil E I
serve the summOns ttedvjl suit by substitution in lijmillfiiijfTiifijftjfri
on the door
In defying the civil order arrestthe womanhaskepUroajcipsCj I
the law for such an order does not pernlt breng info ahourii
the warrant i
11 man ti Warren chief counsel far John itP1ntt5eaIl f J I 1
DUIrlclAttnrneya office today and left with MrEndef I
In charge a full copy of the tenthonaandwoia 0
Flatta clrll stilt aanlitat < br Ella troman i1oaeketb3t1 w
folly examined to ice I I did not vrorlde the blaIOa
action aanlnit tbe nevreii 3lrHand turned tile rnflrii niltluu Ilan I
to A Ulnnt nictrlrtAttarner Frank uh 1
MR JEROME WILL BE BACK IN TOWN ON MONDAY MID
WILL THEN PERSONAL CHARGE THECASE IT WAS >
SAID TODAY THATHE MIGHT SUMMON WITNESSES ON MON
DAY AND PROCEED AT ONCE TO A RIGID INVESTIGATION
OF THE MATTER WITH A VIEW TO FINDING JUST HOW EAR
THE CRIMINAL AUTHORITIES ARE JUSTIFIED IN TAKING
ACTION i
After IrBTlnir the UUIrlctAttnrneri office Mr Warren went to ihe
lce
County Court House to see Justice Dnotro Mr Warrea trill ask zer
ivrmlilon to eerie Mr BItn the illl cult by substitution orvbr
nalllna the nmon In the ee on the door of her house If lie I >
perniliclon tire lIlIes iTill hare tTrenty day In which to tnakea4 t
esTer Failure to anyer nlll result In the case trolng aAaluit l > cf I
by clrfanlt After a jniiameiit linn brrn rrnilcreil a body atachn at t
BROOKLYNS WIN ROM < l
PITTSBURG IN TWEiFT f
Dobbss Timely Single Brings Sheck rd in Jr
with Winning Run of Long Game Pi s
Across the Bridge i L
WASHINGTON PARK BROOKUY
June 3Thf Brooklyn defeated the
Champion Plttsburgs here this utter
noon after a twehelnnlnc game by n
IlcOrCof 5 to 4 The game was 1 sen
sational one and kept the cranks In I
stale of wildest excitement In the
twelfth Inning Bheckrfnl singled stole
second reached third on Lumleys out
and crossed the plate on Dobbss single
First inning
Leach fanned the air Beaumont
struck out and the fans applauded
Pools Clarke made a scratch hit to
1001 Infield but cot no further for Wag
ner was retired on his slow bounder bj
McCormick tr RUNS
Blieckard was disposed of by Rltclicy
and Ornnntield Lumlijs high uly was
Kithtrtil In by lieaumont Dobbs wan
lthuI victim on his noD ny which
tilchey captured NO RUNS
cuond Inning
Bransfleld reached nut on a drive to
centre but was forced at second on
Sebrlngs bunt to Ioole who threw to
tobb A wild pitch promoted Sebring
to second Rltchey walked PhHpas
grounder to Jordan forced Ritchey at
second Miller fanned out NO RUNS
Jacklltsch drew a free walk to first
and went to second on Jordans sacri
fice Babb filed out to Leach who
toad a pretty catch McCormlck was
thrown RUNS out at first by Miller NO
Third Inning
Leach R retired at first on n fat
play by McCormick and JackllUch
Continued on Second
t Contllud 1
riTTSBuno
J
ixach 3b l 5
Hejmtnonr cf i
I 4
I Wege r n it 6 0 1
liiitiisfleij ib o i i 2 0 t
Igpbrlnj rf o i i o a
lAJtchle 2b o a it 4 0 i ij
PheJjvj c 0 n 2 3 0 J f
Mller p 1 o a n r
Kru er o o a o
Camnltz p 0 o 0 0 40 I
Total 4 10 33 11 f
Bmed for Miller In the eleventh In q I
nln tini two out when winning run
was cored J
BROOKLYN k
iLlfFOtE I 1
Sheckird If 1 s A I
Iuml > rf J 1
Dulih cf I i 4
Jacklltsfb lb 1 1 II ii
Jordan ili 1 3 I i
BHhb cc I 2 3 5 3 j s
McCormlcIt 3b 0 2 0 2 I i
Kilter c 1 t s 2 if I 1
Poole p 0 0 0 5 0 F
t
Total S 10 Ia lj S
SCORE BY IXNINfiS t
PlttsburK 00101030000 0 I ee ti
BrooK ju 0010020100ft 16
Earned Runs Brooklyn Left > u J
BaspsPlttsburir 11 Brooklyn 0 TWt > t t
Bftse Hits McCormlck Stolen ilased
1hftlpn Wagner Stncknrd First flees
on Errors Plttsburs 2 Double riay t
llitcliey Wncnrr and Bransfl l < < s
SucvlOce HitsJordan PooCe Fmiti
Base on B llsOrr Pool K oft JIMIerv1
6 Struck Out By Joole 5 by Millet
Wild Pitches By Poolo 2 T1 J
t4l Umpire Johnson TXSV
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