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Z HE EVENING WORLD THUR9DAT JULY 9 19O5 uu J
AND UP TO NEWSY DATE THE BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK ROBERT EDITED EDGRLN BY
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The Uncertain Life of a
Ballplayer Nelson a
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Strange Mixture of Many
Qualities
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t n hall player Isnt all beer
BEINO skittles Its easy to sit
Ir up In the Krandstand and
fI dream about the joys of a ball plp >
fL ert life They look so clean and
r tunbrowned and well clothed And
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then all they do Is play for a living
It must be fun to do nothing but
play baseball and live In hotels
what
1 J But ivliit bull playr ever has a
1 > home Holding down a Job on a team
ii li one ot the mot uncertain business
t propositions In the world An acci
dent that wouldnt be worth mention
t ing hi some other profession Is fatal
C to a ball players future You might
be a firstclass lawyer even though
sc I you had a glass arm or a twisted
xnkle but you couldnt play ball In
championship form
I And even success makes a ball play
f ers residence uncertain Shine a little
t 1 too much and everybody li conspiring
I f for a chance to graD you and annex
you to some other city Perhaps
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Spade likes Cincinnati Perhaps hed
prefer playing with his team mates
the Red Perhaps he doesnt enjoy
i the prospect of being regarded as a
New Yorker or making this his home
town or being under McGraw for
personal reasons That makes no dif
ference Some sort of a technicality
+ lives J Brush a chance to hand out
a few dollars not to Spade and grab
him The rope settles around his
neck He Is yanked away from his
own team and the next day he ls
travelling away from home with his
former enemies the Giants
Yep Being i ball player U very
much like being a slave In the old days
Ony the auction block ti missing He
can run away If he wants to but that
means the end of his baseball career
To the ribbon counter for his then
However you never hear of traded i
ball payers running away They all
look fairly fat and hearty Perhaps
there Is a little velvet on the chains
a peep out of Joe Gajis since
NOT defeat by Battling Nelson
cxcpt A I ery natural request for
i return match Joe Isnt a squealer
in this he differs from many other
loser who try to squirm back Into
public favor by knocking their con
querors Battling Nelson himself set
shriek of robbery when
up an awful
Olin beat him at Ooldfleld Bat car
rled his rtriek with him to England
and It still had the same placing iDual
ity months later when he returned to
America I
npHIfl wasnt a symptom of great
TJIB about Nelson But he Is e
A strange mixture of many qualities
are things to be admired about
There
the Battling Dane In sPle of h11
toughness his quickness In selling any
unfair advantage In matchmaking or
In a light
In the first place hi li absolutely
the gumest living flutter There Is no
admired I
Thats quality
quit in him a
In n mm ro matter what his trade s
Then Untiling ehon has the flrest
nuai tv of stubborn agsressUeneiB and i
undaunted confidence In himself both
rood things When he lost at God
field he came back to the ring again
of other flfhtern kept ongoing
bent a lot
going and all the time sMiileJ to mike
Oans fight him ngain Ill make ny
elf n eird again fo that hell have to
Iglit me because he an get more
i for fighting me than for fighting an
I body Ise saJd Nelson And tlias
II i Just what he did Things came > nut
the onlv llghtvegt
I ao that Nelscn was
i that could draw a blp hou < e with Gi s
and so the promoter were wllllns to
put up n far larger purse for Gans to
flht him than for any other mvcli
I Oans wanted the money and Nelson
got hie chance
Nelson has sense enough to stay away
from dissipation lie wont b Ole He
knows enough to tike falrv Rood care
of his natural rcsorcet wnlei 1 Iso Is
a good thing for a man In any line of
workNfLSON Is Illiterate He ran rend
N and write but thats his 1mlt In
learning Still ie hai the sort of
common Snfe Cr uncommon ense
that enables him to lnv his earnings
Intelligently Today the Dane Is
worth In money and paylrR property
nearly J > 0 He t by far th rl hRt
flrhter In the world In fact nn ithi
fighter ever accumulated so much
money Thlle engaged In his trade of
i fighting And Nelson Is In line now
p u champion to double ns fortune b
fore he eivei the rlngprovldln that
i no new phenom romes siont and tip
him eff if llrhtweigit throne befor
th eat In fairly u armed
There Is ono llRhtMiUht in < lfiit who
m y have ts sb ty n 1o that Nel
ion will hive to HEV Parkey McFar
lind 35or loir ilnharlard Is Just as
onlMent HI Nelson hlmel In act
h4 > t i in < r > need ngat r lvlns
nt even ifpng the BUT Hu con
ceit lelij Vlr nsrts It isnt a Una
thtcg t H tr tlrl rln lit oug 1 i
i bore J d ie rapcj MrFariond
ll pon orr vriinscr ban Nvlunn err
wiry m nrtij and ever Hf haint
a er n r Hi > 11 bit ncltier Ii ji o
Pane lrfRIRd iX M elon kcpj
fosglne vnv lir1 > re nt
l Ir ic c nil c inll
o tea > l on at Hi inn tricks
nanb U0 I f U Aiiiftlran
1 N V Am rt < aj Vi rot
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BASEBALLTHAIS ALL
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Highlanders Land
I at Bottom of Heap I
Elberfelds Team Finally Hits
Bottom Rung of Ladder
After Long Fall
JIV J10ZEMAN BULGER
If those letters sound like a dull
thud thats It The Highland
ers have struck rock bottom and tel
flow cltizeni you may breath a sigh
of relief Thats the last southern
port They can go no further down
the line unless the rules be so changed
u to add a few more clubs to the
league and give them another chance
At last we have dropped anchor In a
harbor that Is ute
Washington made a determined fight
to hold her favorite restingplace In
the cellar but finally had to give In
to the onslaught of the valiant fighters
from the hilltop Now that we have
reached a firm foundation preparations
will be made to brace up the machin
ery and well make a fresh tart to
day
dayThere
There Is no earthly reason why the
e York club should remain at the
bottom but like the Imprisoned negro
who was told they couldnt put him In
Jail one of the players very ngely
remarked labt nlsnt Well you nee
unerii I li It It the first time that
the New York American League team
haa been on the tall end since a club
was established on the hilltop Just
what Manager Elberfeld proposes to do
about It we are not prepared to lay but
he can rest assured that Washington
la not going lo lit Idly by and be
robbed of Its rcatful old berth for any
length of time
You mlfiu bt tjrsrlifd at the prediction
that Ntv lurk mil nniin in the tint dm
Hun bat thtli what 1 houeiilv bolwvi
they will do This ilumu cannot lait
ainayi and then au f MUOIU Informed
on tuebali matter who will dear the lac
hat New York haa all the talint necei
eary for a flntclaii club When they do
reorjanlie their fciittreJ force and itart
out many a club In Ihe American U > agu
nlli have to b on the iuinu to bt them
Thli ohango la not going to coma about
howevar until Elbefield nil back In the
gann 1hl Inulci like the onlv itco br
Mch confidence tan N > re or < l HU In
jured IIK li Improving ilowly but If It
continue to gt Ktronirer In Kid may b
In the lineup bifore th < end of another
week The new innnager tanl UI thr
any too uJlckly
With al thlr bad plajlor and continual
kiln It would te pretty hard to state or
ulticallv lull wherln the Highlander are
dk Thflr pitching taff li good tat
IP tCn ttf
fielding 11 uo to the mark and the hlttlnic
Is fir above the average ThM cannot ba
denied Th refJr under the clrronitancei
the nlv t akneii ha I can Point out li
In maklnj run That weakneii will ora
Icrfi iar b atlne th Huti ont It
liuf ittlnuily tfat I exicij the rouble
TVe1 dont re I nougi run for fe Mts
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they are ulna up Yeiterdav they howed
a decided brace In bu running but eun
then It ai not fancy bo e runnini
Ther are not taking enough chances I
i Unleu SI Louil makea another big ipurt
It look at If Detroit Li going to walk a iw I
Mth the ptnnant acaln They have all
the confidence in the world and Jennings
I klH2lJJ them lull ° f lnit lie kpa
thVnthlrlddlrl Mfh olber all Ihe tlln
I and there li a eln of mlichl running
through the team that shows how will Ih
men rnVorklMtoth ln rolrt o well
I as in play Did you ever w a ninnlnr
ball club that wtu not made up of kldderi
The Qlanti got another letback
I bUI Ih 1u3lon yuterday
lIa 1Ibtl
Mt 00MS
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I ChlclM ram on th other hand PIcked To i
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Which Nelson is to Re
ceive 320000
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BY JOHN POLLOCK I
TTLING NELSON and Joe Oans I
BATTLING to tight again
They were matched In 3nn
Francisco last night by Tex Rlckard
I the Nevada promoter to meet In ann
lih flghU at Ely Nov on Labor Day
for a purse of BOCW
i Articles of agreement were signed by
both fighters and their managers Wlllus
Inritt signing for Nelson while Ben
Sell affixed his signature for Oanj
According to the articles Nelson Is to
receive J20COO whether he wins losjs
or boxes a draw while Oans Is to get
the remaining JlOOOn The referee Is to
be selected not later than August M I
and both fishier are to spend thirty
days training In Nevada Nelson Is alsoj
to receive twothirds of the recelptsl
from the pictures taken of the fight
i Voting Otto th lightweight fighter of
thli city who wai recently taken to Iot An >
I geli Cal by Huron Long thi sporting man
of thst cltr fcr the purpose of matchlrt
him to fight cne of the cool lightweights
out there hat got on a fUht already He
ban Ken matched to meet Johnny Murphy
the clever San Francltco lightweight for
IjrmIImf tel
Ijrm
twentyfive rounds at Jim Jeffrleia club
I on Aug 4 They will battle at 133 pounlt
Puk T Mcrarland and Freddie Wclih the i
EncMfi U IWIhl lurnl1 uch a greiti
liattle at Jim Jeffrloi club at Lui Angflei I
Cal on Jul 4 that Jeff hij rematchM
them for another twenty fiveround fight lo
i be fought on ltbor Day afternoon i
rook Twin Sullivan the Sew EnglKh11
light hea v eight will not b given another
chance to fight at aty of the club In
NVvala Jick fought Trrrv Mustalne the
INDEXED GALLOP FORM I
At Gravesend
t Tho ruTlrs Wir1 i
GRAVUHKXI X T July
90 I Weather ald trick mpre per
Ie nr tainlne iperitlons to
luv T > < tieb1 Biiupi AIT
87 BAT MASTEUSOXSIx furlnnc In
113 lirc zlns Xever better
101 BIG OHIii One anil threuelchth
mils n 14T 35 I1 35 211 6
IT 2S hrecsln In grand form
J7 THK WIUKSIx furlongs In 02335
MS 25 lli all out la not read
H KXIIXSHX furlonj in 02135
n 30 1I4 < 2illS handily She Is lo
in better
W IMfT7OItOn mile in 1 47 slllop
ins
57 rASiXATOrSKlve fur > rB In lW
vzlnp Is Improvlnj I
I UVK vntE Six rurlOMRj in Ofil
brsczlng I < In Rood trim
M ZIEXAP Four furlon in 4355
landlly Sic nokj well I
S fflUMAUHPour furlong In f2S35
or6 iilsnS hnndlly H In ready
S9 KUiUKK nJAlTYPIVf furlons < It
ft Si cwS 050 Ini breezing A
rp1 nip n n
S VAXKEB TiMRISTFour furlongs
in flfJiS hrpi > zlnc A nle cnl
M TIVOU cSX furione In Iii nl int
1 W 1 copITE u ii1 urlmiBs in 21
j nB II handllv Xir mpl
1 r 1lf A Hrlx fl1l1 r 24
e7
SI IKiWi rAPTIVKSli f rlonz rt
I n TeZlni No padr
I OLYMPIC STAG TONIGHT
Th OiyT A C of Harlftn wll
I tod a fan nil it In lt rlubiimue
ic Ve Onu Hundred Jinrt Twentyfftn
In tIP main bout ininB
I fiHrr nf Jersey ftv wll take
I RdO Jonsn he loca1 fKt r for
fix roru Innnjnn tU ben a
nj p r groat fnrtn r fijnici
IthU contett there will r rv < olhisri
between evenly matched purllhtl
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Race Attendance I
i Up to Former Days
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Rich Purses However Are a
Thing of the Past at
All Tracks
BY VINCENT TREAXOR
F the Brighton tracks attendances I
Ii keep up to the average of the hut
two days the Association will not
be such a big loser after all at the end
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I Dane to Give Old Master Another Chance
CANS AND NELSON SIGN UP I
At Shpahead Bay
II o Thp Kverluc World t
Hllm rSMKAD 111 X T July J
T o a ark wa < fast toiln >
KSItiDEX STARTOne nill In 117
breezlni
S > i SANfirrXKOnc mile III lK brcez
injr lie Is r al > I
54 STRIKE nlTriv furlong In i
105V breezing Mas a world of 1
spceil I
5 AIKIKTIUX furlongs In lo
T HKIKN allopln HARVEVPlve fiirlongj h11
1 ffi breeslns Has peed anil Is
r > ady
8S flvTIMAS Six furlongs In Ml brerz 1
Ine Has ped
S HltriKXTKlve furlong in 015 1 3 j
IK nautllly llui farly rpeed
S5 riiASK VAV one mile In 115 sal i
loplr Sinuld win noun I
M U1IIT IUn mile In 145 brez 1
Ing Ha FPIfJ1 I
8t IttXNIM WAI ItOnt ami one
eiCntli mile in Oi1 lna5
I73V lK IM himllly Seems m I
1 her bcur
COIIIT LAIVSlx urlongs In I1 B i
breczlni I
M IiOIhV SIAM < KllOn mile in
11125 liroozlnR Hn ulll win vion
iG1 niBIA ORANHAFlv furlongs In
04U1 HJ3 hnnillly A rf > nl
clcor nlly
S7 IinSIAX On nip and mcim r
In nM iin it 35 IK W
hamllly N w fpi > nii > cl letter
rKrtMCil P furlone In loi i
iundll > S > ro t < > win nion I
fl AIArUAHlx fiirloiics In I ID hrwz 1
ln < j
AVI VllH lm tulip In II miion
Inj At iIM hc l
SiOII KX IEARfni mile In I I I
IP IInplnl Hn NI
1 foil S 11111 v Slx fnrli > nc In in
hr izlng
< tAI rTTr Hlx fiirlnnjii In I IT
mnrtilv 1111 nirn fII lv
RIHitXii RKIIS Six furlon m i
11511 anillv V A v i IInrk j
TATTIIV < f i nll n K I
Sinn Ill Si ppl
< IHKAMKKKoiir fnrlonm In nr7 I
aIIlnc
TERMS NAMED IN ARTICLES
PrlndpaltjBattllng Nelson and Joe Oans
Battleground Nev
Distance To a finish
Incenthe Purse of J80000 lightweight champlotiBBlp tlUt and rectlpti of
pictures taken of tro flffhu
Date of fight Sept 7 Labor Day afternoon
Division of purse Nelson to get JSOCC and tw > tWrd of ftuht picture
receipts olns to receive J100CC and onethird of flght pictures
Refere to be SfljctPd not later than Aug 20
Neada heavyweight t Tononah on July <
and dell rah quit In the thirteenth round
claiming that n had broken Ms left hand
Mustiln was retting to Sullivan with atlff
punch when Jack tuddenlr SIOPooJ fight
ing
InlLO MI GO LS
T IG J Mr
I VOT CO IST
Healthy giliM were made by a number
of the clubs In The Evening Worlds
contest to determine the most popular
club In Greater New York and vicinity I
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the Bloomlngdales getting Into the se
lect list of teams that have a thousand
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or more votes to their credit while they
alo Intimated that they hnd plenty of j
vntes In reserve for UM oefore the con
te ° t closes on next Wednesday July 15
The Eagle A C and Norfolk Club
also Pnt In grxxJIy bunched today
with promlie of plenty more to coma
As the time for the closing of the con
tfPt draws near the teams lnter i t d ire
Inking a renewel Interest anil are hust
ling for vote all the time
The hst of club that have Kn or mort
votes ti their credit follows 1
Intelborourh U T Co 4 2
Unan Held flub 17 i
Aremao JHOO
NV luto A c 2211
Athenian A 2011
Newport A > I > ii
Illoonilmclalfii 1171
Annerlim KleU Club 7V
Si IMtrnk DM Cathedral Til
Pawnee 1 i 7j 1
Sivarthmor s tst
Itlvjl A i Brooklyn IM
< Joslah lar montii Stongs ijitf MII
AnionHs rn
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I Nicholas 42ii
Pt loinh lunlon vi <
Hunston 1 i K
Kreeie Ml
Mindinl i ii
St Mrlvlili 1 1
Warwick ail
namripck Klelil Club ajs
Jerome Junior 11
Illvul A i cN York Tii7
lto ebuii JSS I
VtVlllnKlnna 2111
Cigle Athltle Dub 231
ink HM > r > j10
il Vlnrentl A I 21R
KjllAli A f MI
Jefffr on l7
lleo 111 liih in4
Violet V i i2
Norfolk i uSi If >
Noronia A I 7f
Si iBUt ne V I 14
Walton 1 n
rolln I ISC
SirinaN Juniors 141
tern Flcll Iluh 13
Vftuna lujtfilcrt jiii
W lH r llroHi 127
Verllai KVI < liih 12
O itlnoK 11 > lln
iihlupewi V 11
Itmkford I iro
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BOWLERS GET PRIZE MONEY 1
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11 jllJn IIH In rorlz foor III h
flltrlhuleil tonight at lltrgman i all
11 nM1 an I Ir nth II n1
av nti e tin Innr of Ihe InierrCt fh
nn thn ollrnI hlrh rl 1
plnr but In ih MM hjv IIP hn
dI l rill AIU n of th n oi Ini
rtant turnatnenri f 1101 viin ir
Inhn i mfnri rim if Senarn i fir
I rII n1 hla r I I
1 whn ro a Iaoh n
I b Lwrvn VAdlrue itari wtll U mllM tu
nlght anl th r lll b I pru1 for tht
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I Jlmmr Coffroth the flght promoter of
California han practically decided not to al
low anr more women to wltnen th flgnti
I whlrh he brln i off at hl open air club at
1 olma Cal iii they Icrreh and yell 10 loud
that they not only annoy the flyhtiri but
L rs ST UTS
f WHI LWI O I La
The stag scheduled to be held by the
Whirlwind X C lajt night at which
Joe Walcott and Jack Robinson were
to meet In the main bout was post
poned for a week Th police Informed
the club officials that they would not
permit the show to go on and ai a
result close to 1XX members were dis
appointed The club officials rave
out rain eherki
BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES
Rp cial toTh Evening World
BRIGHTON BBACH lACE TRACK
July Following ar the entries for
tomorrow
FIllfT RACE Threeyearoldi and uo
ward maiden mile and a sixteenth
r1O HhaJow Qlance 107
MM Oolconla 107
MS nojarlo 107
491 Jig Muilc J01
41D iramiar 107
AT Montrone 107
MP fhaplet 107
437 Mav Row 10
MI Count Helnferd Ki7
11 Mnnnclt 101
511 foal of Arms 107
Florence II 105
ijKCONI HACE Fourvearoldi and up
ward teeplfchar handicap about two and
t half mile
r Outn if Kilcit Un
ViV Wntrswrl 141
41 Bomom 1M
isu Harplt II 131
SW Kntador lU
41 lr > r Idei 141
171 Snndv Creker 140
1 Thlitledilf II
ISI DIn 147
Alircllgltle
Al IIorbl
21 Klnr ratl 1 jo
TllirtH rtAOn Twnynrold fllllnj and
geldlngn flv and onehalf furlongi
JSP Walnnllei Ho
tlH Ouorara 19
IIS Wcyinmra m
H iret Sftvlce 11
4M Qurn of Trent 09
W Merry rjlft j m
Ml Ioyttn 1
M4 Merlir 1
4117 Hnlff M
140 i > ih rlnf Hlmpion 0
13H Karl m MnM If
1M lUrlina 19
JnMk 10
W Helm Hnrv v tf
FOIHTH KMK ThrMyearoldi and up
ne tulle nn > l A nlxffnth
1M 7lcnao nmMltnpr Itti r
Mt FoimtAlnMnr II t
V2 Doll Snvli 107
vv > Kltllecrinkl w
iSIOl Sir lynnwMtt lIt
41 Moonihlne RI
SV 1 Sailor Olrl no
rlfPH HACK Tnovrarnliti filial
Cil und a half furlongs
sz 4 RKhan tstlfr 107 ii >
62 Morrv VMo M
M pirh ltll 07
VU Dimlv DIjDn loo
191 Mobil i IOI
MI3 Oiooepin n4
J RifleM 107
m Klllfreen 107
01 r
va > Takihlr Ill
ItAfB Ttr
SIXTH IACFThlaold on IID
nart KHrjj mil In1 a nuan r 10
r441 tWMUl rc IM
M4 Mew Hlinl f
I m Jortr 11
Jucl 112
t lr > llii 101
I Irtli Train M
I 2 11 Irhr 10
v > i ijii
1IY
10
ijai Kiri n mi
0 11 allo anf 111
21 alonN tlmf
Articles Cal for a Finish Fight
at Ely Nev on
Labor Day
alia Uit t > clator > At the re nt Ntl on
Uani fight tnothlrili of the aomtn vrcient
cauaid an uproar by their d UenIDg yells
wnen Nelion ha Oani roy
Paddy Sullivan th local MgbtwetrM i
fighter who U niaklna a xitat name for
MnuHf at the different club alagi bv Mi
wonderful flghtlnt hu bn match to
mol FlgMIng Dick Nelion for mat
In the main bout at the slag of Ihe Drown
Oymnajlum A A at Ilammtlli nation
I lon
k li ch tomorrow night U ilJei
this good fight then rob Uiuti b lween
Young Evans and Cddlt Toy Kid Kuiacr
1 and Hilly Wtit and ottiera 1 1
Sammr fimlth Ui < former Quaker City
I lightweight and Eddie Walah the Dromli
Inf local fighter n na beaten luch rood
flghtm u EJJU Toy Tommy Cary and
othera are to iwap Punch In a illround
bout at the next iu 1 of th < Whirlwind A
I C of Harlem on Wednesday whl
Willie L w1s to clev r mlddli > w < ght
flrhter Till have lo illapoie of Ilk Don
1 van th nocheiter flghtir or beat him de
1 clalrely In thtlr i mlng liround out
I at the atair of te Roman A C tomorrow
night 0 eUe ht will lo the chuic of
meeting Dill Papke the Weattrn mlildli
weight at Hilly Elmer Collieum A C
on Julv 2 I 1 1 > working for the bat
Il a Klngtton T
i KM Locke who recently betted Yon
Ix > ughr v and itopp KM 9JHn wanti to
mwt anv of the l llghtwelghti He hai
almM hli challenge particularly it Cron
Marto Pram and MeOarry and aayi that
If a iM rvn li an Inducement M will b
pnid to make ont lkl li a tough
I 1 Pfoltot and will make any of tho looali
of the meeting Yesterdays crowd i
compare favorably with those of thr I
old day when lie betting ring waj I
the busiest place on the course
The days of big purses and rich
stake are passing and periaps It I
better so When one comei to think
the mater oer carefully why shouM
a horse be privileged to win In one
single race a smallsired fortune of I
from > 100 to 12300 which many I
a man struggles for In vain for a life I
time Two or three big ttakei of the I
limit value of J10COO should satisfy any i
owner while ordinary stakes with 1
value of JliOO or SICm ought to be i
sufficiently tempting Stakes of mo
value as the nelmont the Suburban
Brooklyn ReallWIon and the like an
seldom won by a poor owner Stabla
like Keenei Belmonts and Whitney1
usually had a mortgage on those small
fortune affairs
Beginning Monlay neil tho puriei at
Brighton wi all be IncrMd There I
be n overnight eient of IK value than
IVW whll othera will be worth w1 tan
iO with an occasional itake of 1 MO
cCAhy roj two Inn and o dM
B e t the apprentice bar In each ae
II waj the inckeythlp that won Oo > l
hon f make good Jock i With half n
chtn < th ton will more than mike
ao
A goo manv of th reiulari like to plav
bpva Y1 r 8rht Sweet fanr and Upton
Tau are > ur < to get a rMe fron thie boys
for their one ambition In th e daii la to
Kin race nl that cant t nlJ abut the
rtan all the time
Little LDton wai caught napping on
DHOTI Afier he had Araiee ban he
thought to rf w a won but Sweet and
lilack Mary came with a ruih right at tfn
end when LDton wai About to ill up In the
laldle
Three tlm i Cairngorm has hn he 1el
and after looking like a winner Those who
have followed him In Iheit three racei are
afraid 1010t nn loox aome day anl win
Thn Tenonal Liberty I agti magulnt
made Ita flnt appearance yeilerJav and
already can boatt of quite a circulation
WJien li The Pippin going to gradual
Te
Shes 1 many a chance and haa alwayi
been therrabouti but neter good enough to
win
InTh
The Weaerrf Uyeri and olayeri art mak
brethren Ing It very Intereitlng for their Eartern
Moorish King muat get anothir chance
He li long overJue
Steeplechaie Ride Crumbly tried the u
acrobatic Hunt as DavWion did Tuealay
n hoired that Iti not I hard aa It looked
at first
Ono ihuwMl a flaih of hli old for
under flweet Funnv hov then apprentice
boys can get more out of omt honei than
the alleged itars of the came
SARATOGA TO GET FOUR
MORE DAYS OF RACING
I
A rearrangement of the racing sched
ule for the remainder of the season
following the prosent meeting at
Brighton Beach will b decided on at a
upeclal meeting to b held by the rep
resentatlvefl of the various racing ano
clatlona at the Brighton Boach track
today
The most Important alteration Is the
I complete cutting out ot the fall meet
ing of the Empire City Association In
order to give Saratoga four mora clear
days Hitherto the plan was for flira
toga to run from July 3 to Aug U
with Empire City opening on Aug 1
and continuing until Aug 2 The
ame Iled schedule will b a follows
Saratoga July 3 to Aug 15 Empire
I City Aug 17 to Sept 4 Coney Island
Jockey Club Sept 5 to 1 Brooklyn
Jockey Club Sept n to Oct 3 Kr KM > n
Beach Racing Association Oct S to 10
Belrront Park Oct U to U Jamaica
Oct 2r to Nov 4 and Aqueduct Nov
5 to U
The original allotment of dates gave
Saratoga July 30 to Aug1 2 Empire
C4ty Aug I to Aug 2 nine days of
which would have hen In conflict
Sheopfihead Bay Aug to Sept 1
Orovcsend Sept 14 to Sept 21 Brighton
Gresend 1
Beach Sept Sept Oct 3 nelmont Iuk
Oct u to Oct 17 ant Kmplre City Oc
I 10 to i Oct a The Jnmalri and Ani
duct dntps are the camp In both sched
ules Saratoga thus gains four clear
j days and Empire City nan Its original
allotment of summer dues unimpaired
alotment from any Ionflloi with Sara
toga while the Coney Island Jockey
Club gains one day for Its fall meeting
I
I STANDING OF THE CLUBS
AMERICAN LBAOITS NATIONAL LBAOUE
Clnh W L rCI Cluh W L PC I Club W I PCI Club W PC
Detroit > 42 30 SM rhllanhla < fl 3 2 Chlcagn 42 27 000 Ihllaphla 23 35 151
St Iiuls 42 30 M3 PbllplaM 10 IVSiIlttrburg HJ 603 Iloslon 3240 444
Cleveland 39 32 S 11 VVaahton S7 44 3M > New York42 30 5 3st Iouli S1 43 304 I
Chlcano W33BIS New TorkZ7 4S S7slClnclnnallSS M 551 Brooklyn 2 42 312
4
I I
RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAS
1
Detroit 6 X w Vork a Cincinnati S New Turk 3 I
Boiton 2 Cleveland 0 Chicago Hi Ur ikyn 3 I
Philadelphia 2 St Louis 0 I rhlMelphla 4 Iltlibiirg I Flrt game
Vaahlngton 7 Lull 1 IhllalelpMa S IUtiburg S Second game I
St Louis 7 Hoiton i
i OAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY I
Detroit at New otk New York at Cincinnati
Chicago at Wajhlnglon llrooklyn ai Chicago
hrnoln
St Ixiuli at Phlladelpnla I Iloaton at St Louli
cni land a nnilnn Ihllarleluhll a Flttiburg
I
I
WINDSOR ENTRIES
I
FIFIST HA EFhe and on half furlongi
foup < eroMi and TOtrarl iflllng Mar
Hull tfil IvinXj 100 lack Dolan 113
flle of the liny 1M Hov J < nyi IIM
Wawrhurv 113 fhownun HI rrlnoe I
Ilch nl > > i Ill
rtrroM UAfln furlonn tnoywir
nlrti ttnl I > 7 Dorothv V > bb fi7i Mr
Man Mnoie I0 rVremonlui 101 Mill I
AlvMcnt n7 fireenhli > 07 I > an In Ooylo
111X1 tlla < < Mftv 101 Iahirlne f rctnell I
67 Iolnl Idccoin IM lr Tti iV k Iftl 11
I ln1IAr1 nlo threie roM
a nl upunril Mini Marlnrte 03 Elllcoll
110 Mwrerr 1 Oitiv 101i Cturrarl 110
Ifnlir Prim 107 Mirtn Doyle II
I FOIJUTII nACEF1 firrlongi maliUin
t trtrolonI of th Tribe 10 In I
dian Hunnr 101 A hu td IM t Phil I
niopher1 1C Height1 10 Hani 1M
loyal MaM IW Ire Nnlnn IO nthbnn
Olrl Kfi flfr 1 1 tIn 1 nhbn
Rat 1rr k 111
K1FTII IIUH Ono and thrf Ienlh
mllei IhrYrnMI nnrt m rt png
Ornonolu HI 1idv i HI t > nk lln 97
MtllilniK II4 Ilouhle UK Trw I Vy 114
Dimveran Itt Ilivnl Chine 11 St ll rlo
IW T Khuughrnun lt J M F larlo
inn rtrjIoratlM IfM King n r the Viillcy I
Ifrt Wilton lioka Ill
SIXTH rt Ip IIW mill lhrMjrarrtil
elllng FlirnT M Ormmfnta
lln f Immntfflnn IRI
T Tick IIW lure JlaLI 107 ti
Vigilant Iftl tut IMol Hr CnMno
OIQ
prillan 11 Ililelrti itrj Prcrlvlti tni
llYitagonlsl tin fcnito tVirrcf U
HUVFNTII llMT n < 0101 lhr r
old tiling Iannje MiM 01 j fr wa < iue
IOI TJTim KM Ili viniirh Ifl7s U
ijiunn i e W rbteiie i irij < Kin An
I d 103 flllT ile r 110 Arrtwawlfi O t
King TMitle 103 I Air lMb l 10
Arll I 1 fan
r l U M b UE
THR r J Mr
fR M rIO L
Stanley Rnhison of Cardinals
Said In Be Dickering with
American Association
51 lol toThiETenlnE or111
1 IvOlIS Mu July J To lump fi
Xatlin1 111 > i1 Iranlpl his frlti
cllsc tMrk nml players lo tho Ameri
can Association Is said to ho lie plin
of Stanley Hirtilsim AnuToil I Ihl
other Natlonil League club owners be
canse he bellovps Ihev lie In 1 secrit
a re ment to force him to sell out hi
holding by refusing to sell or trarie him
gooil players lloblsoti Is about to
retaliate by ecltliu nut of the old
leaeiie anil Iail In tlo minor ieaiyie
invasion of St I iul
The wutilinoiil nt ill movement 1 lll
ht > twentvllvi or > m Kill Iuriiei will
abd CUIMI into inn Amcrliin Attoia
tlon Mr fuhl > on anI tin Annrlvin
Aesnclaimn rntiNplrHtnr vnir IH 1 Iti I
eonfoipiioi fur juinu tlin T 1 cn
it th IatilmaK will rnu r a Ls as
bal war Twentv ear > ici larm
IliniNkej leKlltii an Aiipilati so
elation team cnvc St IM ibree pen
nant winners The fans him tit for
Kntten It
lidUlson owns 111U IMil < ollricif
Hi i x ni In 1 l In Vixiha but
li ronlln ell that the line 1 tunt will
firi > Mir In s > 1 mil 111 e Jimpi
to a minor league
Mr H > i > wralll ha < thn
National l azue illr lors veMeil hl
flan to p11 1C PnnVnnl > 15 rplla
th1 rnf niin or IT >
AMUSEMENT
HERIflL G 1 I I J t
llenrt i > ujjjf s urUnll NIUCUOA
THE MERRY WiDOW I I I
U 1 j > ina MII
I t UUI tAIII Mils WM A Utl I
CARLE in MARYS LAMB
i I
JAIWIN de PARIS II
f 2IKIiKKIil IIIS NKW ItVvi 1
FOLLIES OF 1908
KM lUHIIIK M U 1 A at it iSt
ri i VtMt Ms1 MJI sn 2
QEO M COHAN PIPlrr I I
Temporary Vaiatln JuV II to Aug 111
HAM 1ERSTEINS 01 U
rHS 0 I
ml imillnee lUlly ton
RO OF iilaln In VlclurU The tir
full Itoof IV1I
HKIiVAItlll flrat time In America
Italian luhtnlnit hanci > artlit HEIt
Tltl IIK I 0 I K M A X N AnD I E j
JIlTiHEU ani 1P 25 Students CL
rnKD the llor e vth a Hunun nnla
R Pr n n k T r O ItlceA Prec
ron iHni I r > > iT ITIMI nnldinothrt I
TOMOIIT TDMdllT TONinrtTJ
THE MIMIC WORLD srCfl8IMO
Bws v I M in e Stturdiv 115
W fCt l f I IC Hf
11p a C D Li
DALYS
GiRLSC
BnI 3Ih J
Kvgf t > 15 Mnllnee SnlunUr 211 1
KEITH PROCTORS
Bin Ate Alice Lloyd Star Spangled IUn
ner Iartfll rMff 4 r > i I v Mnt 2tc r0fl
larlh si i s inhofii Viiii Tilth Wln < ir I
M a v Mr A Mr I i i A tnv Mit 2S
J > lr for Ixidln Ttemliy Frllly Mm
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I flri I W1V I inn 1
I I l frrR nv sis 111 8 J
Tei < 3v Odin IEI
ITIIE MERRY 5 illHSI ITIICCCK
00 ROUND t tad1 10 the AUStar Cut
i lnr > fMlI
1I Iuil HnnUutt 111
I ALHAMBRA
Varcl IIMUn Mirfir
I I CountMl Roml ft Fte4
7th Av IWt i SI Paul UAnlfbre <
VAT nitYv Ferrfll Droi ntherir
II ii otId Si 523
ASTO 8ltMll 11 MIINUI I
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Oinrert Heflneil Vaalevllle Mlne Pctur
I MORBISOHSROCKAWAY BEACHT I
Mat IIEls Tiimnmvlllonnp TliorntoJi
r 83nlfin < EiliTiiriN1 Mrhwl HOT f llrlt
i Ira
I VCTVT ntiinyr vlT7 L I
NORTH BEACH
BEACH
rucr rlrWIRKS I
i Fife Vnadrrllle In llallnmni Etrry KrHio
I > 1 ADMISSION iiiw I mm I
U u FREE SHOWS
I nronrlnnr At All Time T
I JILin irancl on I lier Daring Unite IJ t
from Ihr Tnl er tlmpi clnllr II
Wm I RevniMi Trixt Tike Iron 1hn l
I Lt7NA 10 Luna In
Ilnul Th
II Ik UU to AUintl IUbwr
I P RH Iroklm then trans1r
to Ih I T03Ch ipro r
II IUSUtI
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PAINS EXTRA GRAND DISPLAY
TEEr LE I CONEY INLANDS I
rSEPE I FUNNY PLACE
X IAtldll IX IIVKIIY 81OT 1
BROOKLYN jMVIUS
BRIGHTON BEACH MUSIC HALL
SAt > 1VIII I > eMn rn > iitMlMettlTroun
American URnr Tom lark Trio Jail
Hln Ill Amn Ciimedj and olh Jul
IMlly I orlork KenHr 830
nr1 ent AI Arirahiin Htrauaa ah
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