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1 ST l m51 HI Hl N R51
5t Louis 00000000 1 1
Highlanders 20071000 10
> Brooklyn 00400004
Cincinnati Q 1 0 1 0 0 1
I Jes 2b 1 2 3 2 0
Conroy rf 1 0 2 0 0
Morlarlty 3b 1 0 0 4 0
Chase Ib 2 1 10 0 0
Blair Ib 0 0 2 0 0
Hemphill cf 0 3 1 0 0
Delefcanty If 1 2 3 0 0
Ball M 2 1 0 1
1 Kleinow c 1 1 4 0 0
Chesbro p 1 2 0 1 l
ffotals 10 12 27 12 2
IStonelf 0 1 1 0 0
J Harwell rf ss 0 0 2 1 2
Williams 2b 0 1 1 4 0
tWallaccss 0 0 4 3 0
C Jones rf 0 0 0 0 0
Hoffman cf 1 1 1 0 0
T Jones lbv 0 1 9 0 0
i 1 Ferris 3b 0 1 1
1 I Spencer c 0 0 1 0 0
Blue c 0 0 2 1 0
Dlneen p U 1 0 1 I
I Graham p 0 0 U 0 0
CrlBS f 0 0 0 O
Pelty p 0 1 1 1 0
Totals r 1 C 24 13 3 1
Batted for Graham In fourth
Base hits Off Dlnecn s In three nnd
cnehalf Innings Gruhutn 2 In tno
I thirds Inning
First base on balls Off Graham 1
Left on > a esSt Louis C High
lander 7
Strrack out By Che bro t IMncen 1
Home runs Jslles Hoffman
J Threebate hits Stone
Twobase hItsDel chant Jones
Passed balls Hlue
Conroy Ilemphlll
I i Hit by pltcherlonror
Umpires Evans and Hurst
6A crowd of 1500 turned out to see
Bt Louis tackle tho Highlanders this I
afternoon JtcAlecr feels very murli
cut up over losing the lead to Detroit
and dssplto the fact that he feels sorry
for New York ho says there Is tmtli
Ing for hm to do but to dean up and
get back on top Dlneen opened up as
pitcher for the Browns iiiul the High
landers Jumped on him right from tho
First Inning
Stone started the game by lifting a
high one to Delchaiity Uartsell sent u
grounder to Hall who fumbled und th
runner was safe at llrst Williams lift
id a high one to Ilemphlll Choibro
threw wild to first trylns to outch Hiirt I
lell napping and llartsell went to thliu II
Hall threw out Wallace NO RUNS
Nllcs smashed one to centre for a
home run Conroy lied to Wallace I
Morlarlty struck out Chafed drau n
ilngle past third Heinphlll tingled lo
right Uelahant doubled to centre
scoring Chase Hall fouled tu Jones
Second Inning
Hoffman struck out Nlles tossed out
Jones and Hall threw out Ferris NO
Klelnow sent a grounder tn Wiiiire
who tossed him out at first nusbro
ivas out tho camoWny Nile popped
out to Ferris NO 11KNS
I Third Inning
Bpenccr IUM mil Ball In Chase Din
frn boat out a slow Mnglt to thn In
flrW Stone lifted n loni fly lo Ilemp
hlll and 1 arlII pupped lo Nllus NO
Wallace threw out Ionroy mid Mnrlur i
Ity poppcil nil In IYrrlti Ilnm1 lltcda
hljth ty lo Wnllarr c > IttNH
Fourth Inning
Moflarlly threw nut WilMimi mul
Wallace illiil nu a hot giniinder llullru
Chase Hoffman stnirk MIII vt
Ilemphlll smashed a slnglo Intn hl
but wan forrrd out on Delehantvs biiht
Plneen to Vnllnce Hall Spat Jutt
I flow onn toward thlrO Klelnnw MinI
pled over second scoring Uvl liinty
I Hall icorrd on Thtuhrnn hot ulnslc to
left Graham took l lnecns pliiio n
the box NUes tiled out tn lliiftiiMn
1 tcutUlllu4 oo 01111 r at
< Iii
Ct h
cJncJnn y
I ItUKglns 2 llllNh n
Kane 01 Ialone cf
Lobert 3b Hummel JI
Hehlel c Lumle rt
Ianzel lb Jordan lb
1 askert Jr heehan3J
1 r SI r 161ls S
5 HItter c
Campbell p WllbeJm p
lmplreWem >
3 lal to Tin Evening World
CIVCINTsATI July lSTh third
came of the series between the Reds
and the Dodgers today opened with
I much hilarity on ono slda and i large
display of bltjprnesi upon tho other
JTho Reds w ite jubilant overtthe Issue
of tho past two contests The Brook
1 lynj were deyd oore because of the
manner In which the umpires haVe com
pelled them to carry extra weight elnos
tbey struck Garry Herrmanns jure
poor decisions on Tuesday and wednee
day at critical stages putting the vis
itors out ot the running
i Billy Mnloncy donned catchers U > zs
i before the game this afternoon and
1 performed a few stunts behind the bit
1 In order not to be entirely srefm at
tho job In case anytlilnz happens to
i Ix > ole Rlttcr The suspenson of
Bergen leaves the team without an
I extra catcher so M 1oney will have to
I go back to his old occupation In case
Hitter Is forced out of tho game by In
iury or otherwise
President Kbbets has rejoined the
fiuporbas Hut there iras nothlni In
his same ba
I saw xcvcrnl promlBlrwr playert m
the South Mid he but did not go
furthnr than to secure ootlons on them
Wo will deoldo later whether or not
iv wtot tihem We have purchased no
pitchers There are ton pltohorn on our
ro ti > r now so why should we add
Flrtt Inning
Burch fanned Maloney filed to Pi <
kert Campbell threw out Hummel
Muggins died Hummel to Jordan
Kane filed to Maloney Ijobert walked
Schlel fanned NO RUNS
Second Inning
tumloy tripled to left Jordan ground
cil tn 5inel Hheehan popped to Lo
liert on an attempted squeeze play and
Iumley was doubled up oft third NO
Gaiizel singled ti > short Iliskert
forced Oinzel Wllhelm to Lewis Mil
chcll dlcil Hummel to Jordan Hula I
wilt Ingleil to right Puskert scoring
Campbell died Wllhelm to Jordan ONE
Third Inning
Iewli singled to short Oanzel muffeil
Campbell > i assist on Ritters sacrifice
nUll liwls went lo third and Rlttcr to
second Campbell thrcew wild on Wll
Continued on Second Page
At Plttsburg
I Huston 0010010002
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 I I 2 1 0
I HatteriesUndiman and Smith Willis
and Gibson tmplres Messrs Rudder
ham and Rlgler
I At St Louis
Philadelphia 3020000
St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 J 1
rtutterlfs Corrldon ami Dooln Iusl
anl Rllss Umpire Emslle
< 0
At Boston
CIllCMSO 00020000 02
Huston I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Ualterles AllriKk and Sulllvnn Mol
gatt nnd rarrigan UmrliosShcrlilan
nnd Coiinolly
At Philadelphia
Detroit A 0 0 1 I 0 n 1 lZ
1lillulclplila 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 5
Itiitlerlns Dunovnii rtml Schmidt
PUnk ami Iowersi Vmplrc ULough
tin At Washington
ChMliml o o u o i 0 0 1 t I
WahinKton 0 1 1 0 o 0 2 n o
HaltcrlcR Mrliharitt nnd Hem Is
Hughes anti Warner tmplte EHan
lCu Hint Hrrae Suit nnd l ucv
Intlrrn ltm Vorlli 1J
At KingD No 2U llrtMitway opp
City llill Sale Friday and fiaturday
The balance of our mens tulM and oJt
IIIK couts and pant < Jlfti IJ03And 7j
Dluo serges all iUei llW worth JU
Klegant gray lulti and illk lined ieri i
tS7Jt tro v > JurrndOT baltornilU
ni Ug Kln i OIW BrotiwiyM
Strengthen Their Grip on Second
i Place in the Race by Drawing
Further Away From the I
Worlds Champions
Chicago 0000001 023
Giants 20002000 4
SjxKla1 la Th Bvenlnt TVorlS
CiriCAGO July 168core ene more
for the Glints Reulbach Was no pui
zla for them today and they tightened
their crlp on second place and shoved
the Cubs a little farther Into third place
by hitting the ball > when hits counted
I Gloom over the Cub camp Is getting
almost Impenetrable With Reulbach
out for the series and Miner Brown
also a solved puzzle no one can tell
who It will be tomorrow although Its
not very Hard to suets what It will be
Oberall Is not what he was last year
Lundgren Is going back and Pfelster
never did worry McGrawa sluggers
So It looks like a clean sweep with the
chances much In favor of seeing the
Giants leading tho procession when they
so from this town Pittsburgh win to
day kept them In the lead but they
cant win every day and MeGraw Is
banking that they will exchange places
with him tomorrow or Saturday
QIcGraw thinks his team It all right
I and full of husky swats He told Doyle
this morning that the possible signing
of MoNlcholsneed not worry either him
or Brldwcll Why should It when both
Brldwell and Larry are hitting like
McCormlck hag made good so strongly
Out Spike Shannon does not seem to
have a chance to get tho outfield Job
back and Harry will stay right there I
while he sets his present pace The
rooting whleh went on for McCormick
and Donlln yesterday was terrific and
showed that both these ball players
I must have made themselves extremely
popular while playing with the Logan
First Inning
Slagle out Devlin to Tenney Sheck
ard fanned Howard out Doyle to Ten
nero NO RUNS
Tenney walked Doyle beat out a
grounder close decision Reulbach
threw Hresnnhans bunt wild filling the
base Donlln filed to Slagle Tenney
scoring on the throw In Seymour hit
through Chance Doyle scoring Sey
mour out Hteallng second base iloran
tr Tinker Devlin out Kvers to Chance
Second Inning
Chance fllej to Seymour Hofmnn
alngleil to centre fltld Ever out
Doylo to Tenney Devlin fumbled
Morans roller and Hofman went tn
third on the pUv Moron stole second
bate Tinker out Brldwell to Tenney
McCormlck filed out to Slasle Brld
well out Tlnkfr to Chanre Crandall
filed out to Jlownrd NO RUNS
Third Inning
Reulbach out Doyle to Tenney Sill
sle walked 6heck rd singled to centre
field and filagle went to third base
Howard hit Into a double play Doyle
to Brldwell to Tenney NO RUNS
Tenney out Reulbaeli to Chance
JJoylo singled to centre Held Bresna
linn singled to left field Doyle going to
third base Donlln fouled to Jloran and
Bresnahan went to second on the play
Seymour out Tinker to Chance NO
Fourth inning
Chance out Devlin to Tcnny Hof
man riled out to Doyle Hvors walked
and went to second nee nobody there
Moran out Bt Id well to icnncy NO
Devlin tiled to Slaglo McCormlck
filed out to Evrrs Brldwell fouled out
to Hoffman NO RUNS
Fifth Inning
Tinker popped out to Doyle Rciil
bach frTined Slsgle walked Hherknrd
out Tonne iinayMsted NO RUNS
Crandall singled to centre field Ten
ney Rarrlflceil lleulbach to Change
Doyle out Chance to Reulhach Crandall
on third his nrennalian walked Don
lln slnRlcd to left field ncorlng Cran
ilall Seymour Mnsltd to right Held
scoring Hrecnahnn Seymour took seo
ond bane on till throw In iwvlln filed
out to Oheckard TWO RUNS
Sixth Inning
HiAnrl out Cratidiill in Tenney
Chanre doubled to left flpld Hofman
nut Hrwrrrdun to Tennoy and ChaiKe
wwit to third bine Kvers Illed to DV
SWoinlck fouled out lo Hofniui >
Jrldni > l clnfiled to centre flelil Brld
well out MfMllnp second tmse Itomn
to KveiT Crindall tllel tn Howard
Seventh Inning
Mornn trt1lcd to left Held Tinker
walked Rulbach fanned Hlagln fird
to McCormlok Moran scoring on Ut
throwIn but Tinker > yl on tlnol
Shfickird out Devlin to Tenney ONK
n TN
T ennir ilngUrt to UU fltld toyl
untd liuothtn fliideut to JOnll
New York Chit111o
Tenney Ib Slajrle of
Doyle 2b Sheckard If
I Bresnahan Co ifoward rf
Donlln rf Ohanoe Ib
Seymour cf llofman 3a
Devlin 3b Evers 2b
llcCormlck If Moran c
Bridwell ss Tinker ss
Crandall p Reulbach p
Umpires Johnstone and ODay
I Donlln hit by a pitched ball Seymour
filed to Slagle NO RUNS
Eighth Inning
Howard fanned Cliance out Tenney
unassisted Jloftinan filed out to St y
mour NO RUNS
Devlin out Tinker to Chance Mr
Cormlck fouled out to Hofman Brld
well walkedi Brldrwell stole second and
took third on Morans bad tlirrvw
I Orandall RUNS filed out to Tinker NO
At Jersey City
Biltlmor 1 0 1 o 0 0 n o ii
Jersey City 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ni
BUteriesAdklns and Roblnion
j > Mauser and Crist UmpireKelly
At Providence
i ewrk > 0 0 0 OO 0 3 o 03
Providence OO 0 0 0 1 1 5
I Battere Muel1er and Stavogi Sllnc
and Peterson UmpiresStafford and
At Euffalo
Montreal 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 > 1
Buffalo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Balt rleKeefe and McManus Von
Inkle II ntt McAllister Umpires Taft
and Black
At Rochester
Toronto 0 02 0 0 0 0
Rocliester 0 0 0 5 1 0 3 2
Batteries Rudolph and Vnmlegrlfr
Bannister and Hurley Umpires Mur
ray and McTague
I Mother Places Bottle on Window
Leaving Baby to Drain
Its Contents
Mrs Simon Oberst who lives In the
big tenement nt No 153 Ludlow street
was cleaning a crib this nfternoon with
benzine Her son Sydney was playing
In the room Tho mother was Inter
rupted and left the room placing tie
bottlo on a wlndowslll
While she was away Sydney got the
bottle and drained the contents about
an ounce nnd a half Mr Oberst re
turned to find her child writhing on tne
An ambulance was summoned and
the boy In terrible agony wag driven
at a record breaking pace to Oouverneur
The physicians did
everything to save
the boys life but ho died one hour
after entering the Institution
Many persons who were waiting at
the station of the Laekawanna Rail
tnd In Harrison N J this afternoon
saw a man struck and mingled by n
fast train on that road John Thorsen
twentyHires years of age who lived
a No 513 Warren street Harrison
was tho victim He started to cross
thu tracks as tha Montclalr expren
hove In sight but before any of those
on tho platform could warn him tho
train was upon lilm Thorsen tried to
Jump to afety but was too late and
he was struck by the engine
His body was hurled several feet Into
the air and fell directly In front of tho
train which passed over It
I The Gotiverneur Hospital report lo
I the Coroner that twoyearold Sidney
Obert of Nu 15 Ludlow Mreel died In i
that Institution today from the effecli
nt n quantity of hetnlne which he shal
lowed nt ils home thU morning
1n lertnki > r McLarnpy of Nii si I
luston avenue repom to tbo Coroner
that Maria Hosa ten months old wa
burned to death today at tip Xew Tori
KoundlliiK Anylum at No 1M K II SH
tyclyhth street
Morrl Walsh twentytwo yearn old
living In Carroll stre t Brooklyn wiU
drowned In the North Blv r 11 Pier 31
today whlla M w a nrlmmlnr Thi
bW au wrmTrt
u d ai
Sheridan Giffin Horr Rose and Garrells Are
All Point Winners for Uncle
FlnalMnrtlu J Slirrldnii IrUhAmcrlcnn A C x York won
with thrmr of lilt frrt U lnclic JI 11 jllTIn flilcnun Atlilctlu
Auoclnllon nccoml 1HU tret II 1 Imlicn 31 I llurr IrUliAiuurl
Icun A C Sevr Vork tlilrd IM fret n Inclivi
First llent Webb KnBlnnil wonj Cnrlcr HnKlnnil vconil SPOil
ccr E = lin i ihlrd Tim > III Mm 18 431
Second Hn < Imrnrr KiiKlniiil T OII HarrUnn Knulnnd second
tnlmer EnBlnnil third Tliuc Hi ISui lilt
Second lient Mrredllh Bnrtlott Yrt Cndrnnr Dnltcil KlnRilnni
Writerher Snerteni l nprm Frnncr Andipnn Cnnndnj Joekel
berg DolKlnm qunllfleil fnr flnnl boat
SrmlFlnnl J > lut Hcnt Hnlmnq Enclwnd nronj Tnldy nntiRnir
ipcond Time 3m lOa
Second llcntItolilnnon Knitlnnd non llnncn Sneden necnnd
Time 3m 11 t4i
Elffhtli It ati C Cnmrron Irlnlilnirrlrnn AC Vpir York nnn
SemlFlnnl Second llcnl Schlllp Irnnre iron Cnnirron Irlih
CoutlniiBd on Second Pnge
Weather Clear July 16 Track Fast
m KJIIST nACEIUndlcap for moyeiroldi five nl n hall furlones
I POll lime 2151 otf J3I Siart
nw nod Won ejlly Winner ch C bv OoMen
Ma lm Mary Slunrt o ncrSV c illi Slabl Tim 117
Index Hlarlert 2 VI S t J 4 L fePI n j ky L Ip
J3II Uoyal Catlike 112 a 2 2 5 l 001111 l
VI3 Bummer Nlitht Itll 4 J I Si 1 n Mrijrthy 7
i st Chaffinch l 7 2 4i 414 m 1 i uill rt 10 a I
5M Mauvlftte 10 1 11 11 I Ji K Duinn 2 a 1 t
JU Verbjllm U n It b S > fli n siirevc II 1 I I
r ua Sentenllouj Ut s 0 71 1b nu Ipion 1 I III
I hi l uy Ml 7 7H III II i i I MoCjhiy Iii III
S N Torbelllnn Hit J H II II I < I4 MiiMen 4 s
4VJ Troll T np In S K ys i Horner w 1
lV 2
Jtoyal Captive was nlcelv ralnl Iwlilnd thr pu to the ilrplch where oh Ilh tnrTk
the leaI and drew away In nn eaiv victory Summer Nlifhl wnll up clou vVrv irm
In the flnul furlbnK Chaffinch Improve haj nlnly of JI M nnj he on well W
vletle hiiall her speed but unit In il walk Torbl Ino nni Blow In break anl harl Iun 111 1
ltl SIXOND HACE For IhrfeyearoIJi and uiaarl itlllnR VX adltsl one mllo
I iui and a sixteenth
Post 2BT OK iliS Start ri4 > un a > lly Winner li c hv Jack Point
Kjelet OwntrH It Mandellnum Tlme147
Inilen Slnrlom Wli SI U = LKln Jwke jJD Cl7 iCHh
MO Monncle imi P i1 I1 1 I MclirIhy I j T irT
Vlii Mnleicv HIT IP T S 11 2 < McDinUI r2 1 2 4
70 Coat of Arms lln 4 II VJ > i Nnttcr 1 i
Mil Oeo G Ilall 1U7 7 4 > S < 4 nrmsel 1 I rj 7 j
s Dial Plato IH il ll > 7 II B 3liree RI il lt <
303 Nlmirarle M 1 i 4 > 11 f M SO MO 10
Mr Olienlte Wi 2 S SI J 7 Mctahey 11 211 fl 4
5 < 3 Oymlial ll i a HI I 2b > K Diiran 2 1 n1 4 r 2j
MMI Or < eno lln K 0 0 n fi Hirn r il 7 fl 2 f
Monocle had plenty of spetJ jnJ IUCIIIK to Ih dnnt on the for turn Jrew ni av
easily Molewv IIOVK up with n rush Hit cnuM n v r overtake the winner Cnat of
Arms ui II ft1 goln < third Cymbal had tt world o Bi ed for I eouarters of a
mil when heqUK Qtorye 5J IL2LLuiJiLh > JJ
fU I THIItt lon UACD Kor threeyearold nl upward selllnit 1500 aldldfu i
Post time J off S27 Slsrt ncxwl Won Jrltlnic Winner b g by Orlon1 >
lIanna 1111 twuerCh StAbl TIn1 1I3
I ndxRlUifr Wl sthiC S V Fin Jp l < i 9pJlI Cl pi
Ml Th Wrvsller IU J 2 jfj 2 1 iTUpton s 5 Ti 5i 35
57a Qu en MiimuerlH 107 1 1 II PI2 Mcrnrthy 3 a 2 i I
MV Unwan 101 4 aa 3 a Oirnir S a 2 45 Ia
533 Cailleaood 1111 R M 41 4 4W Nutter a 4 n l tj
Bo ma Wl a 4 M S V Bivnt III in R 3 45
Z4D Aloud Wi II 7i 7 11 > n Crcsvy 10 12 12 r c >
3111 Klora Ann Ilj H s s 7ViUn 8 is js H 3
14 Helen Shea in < 7 1U flH7 s Hnrner J I flu no 10
Ihe Wreallcr clmlne very xinely drR hsnl ilrUe ciuchl Queen Mimnrlte Tl
the sixteenth and uklnu the lejit won irolnx ana Queen Marzuerlte had plenty of
ipeed inj held on nell Cowan pulled to the Iniljo on the alretoh turn and wai In clo <
Quarter all throuuh the ttretch which cou him the race The utieri were never din
II rOUHTH HACKHandicap three > esrolds and uy ard tilling Ju J added one
Uliil mile and a furlno
Post time i5l off MM Fturt 110001 Won drlvlnir Winner b h by Star Ruby
Ilnda Vista OIMITA J Joyner TimeI14
Index Btarteri Wit St h tj 1 Fin Jockeys Op III c PI Mil
iII Calrnitorm ffs 2 41 IIJJ tl 1 K Ducan SA si 2 45 2
WS Ulack Oak 1H7 > 1 1 1 2 Notter o r 13 4
J17 lle < louln 1B I H4 JH 2l l MeTarthy 75 8f 0 1 I
J7 Ully M II B B I 414 > Vorke 15 JII 4
m Monuuk 112 4 I i 4 S V MrtVihey r 1 2 i
nArkl IU > I fi II gumler L S I r 2
Calrnitorm s iel round In the stretch and clniln with a ruih JusrnranTii > 4ii
imse out Illack DaW The Utter hd a lot of siwsl forewl a fast pace throuennut and
fnuKht out the finish tamel > BMnuIn WAI hvtlv meMM aboui The bov mad ton
nfucli work for Hie hor f and though he ji totns at the end he WAft running nn his
own coiiM e Tie buy w AI of no help to him Monlauk hid more eirly siwed than
tual lHlly duo in vrajch
F II Ht 1 l on Ii nel a
Po Urn 10 rl 421 Slart IfOo < Wn Mhlnct Wlnn ch t bl Com
OlTnpr I J
Ind tArter L Jl < f J I 1 11 sn
Con1l1i 11 1 21 11llIql 1fc1h 21 11I M4
lII1 III 110 II 21i J IIuran J i11I I I
101 1 h1pt 1111 I III U I I oollor 11 U 10 5 1
1 arn IOr 1111 H rl II 3 I Oarntl n u 111 i A
5111 Iornr 11 1m i Ihr Ii 2 41
lonlt Bill 1 N I n 0 1 tIIlr IZ Iii II
1 1 rlnnlnlt Iar 11 1 j h r
1 < I ulo a11 It n orke t I I
atl ourl IO 1 a o II Iir d 12 III t
I T Ihnp III Iii tI II IU OIlborl 1 III 111 III 4
Muko I 11r 11011 1hr U 1 W 11 1 r
ennuleto J Jn UIM cio Itii lJijIrrilh bth i
lll rilXTII nI TOIAJlfJf nllln 111 ujr file furlnno
liil 11101 nnv 111 rf IA Url KJV 1 Won drlvlnr Winner ch Coo by lien
rilrwie Ilupee DwterI I1 Ilindolpb Tim lrn 4V
In < i = tltart Wll SI = S Ii U Kin Jivkeju ilh = iI lI
MS RuM Jut a m I I mK ihnranr rl f
tVVi HUmAn 1i i 1 Vi a Jlyi McCihev 2 7to ta
M < > riri 17 I I11 tUV to fpton 1 6 I I
VI Mynllfy I r V 11 ii 1 SSreie 5
Mi nunerun un n 4 1 McDinlel I r 1 t
< 1 Prudent H7 I 41 4i 6 > 1 i Miller 10 Jo S
1 111 Mii umi IJT H 7 iirner II 10 1 III
TO Alhertlani 97 T 7 7 7 8 Vork oj III 10 10
vaiiW 8Z ot atwhF ultlna blr loa4 Ju ll on > lIU18li SEni s
ah a 4111 ore cCIIIlcS lUlU nt IIJ
Police Start Work Early in Afternoon
and Keep Every One Moving <
Manny Manheimer Amongi J
Those Taken Up
Cairngorm Is Victor Over Black Oak and
Bed uin in a Great ThreeCornered
Race Complete Wins at
Long Odds 1I
I arrests were made at the track this afternoon by the new force of detec
tives assigned to the Irack The detectives pursued the roughest of tac
tics and opcc when a map was sijbjected to a thorough searching even
I to the removal of his shoes a crowd stormed the police in riotous
I fashion
The Plnkertons however quelled tho
threatened disturbance This vas the
worst dny of nil since the nr > iv law went
Into effect Arresli were nuil so often
that It was Impossible to jet names
Police Have Busy Day
Manny Manheimer was among those
taken from the track hte in tho after
noon William Wills vhf sajR he la n I
lawyer with ofllccsj In Brooklyn wit I
nessed th6 arrtst of three men In tho
MelJ and vigorously protoslecl He says
It was terrorism pure nnd simple
He accompanied the prbonoM to tho
police station nnd said lie would KB
alnrt to represent the men Chris M
Nkol was thtt mitn who wa nubjcctcrt
to the oJtraefous < circhliin Ky wit
nesses say McNIcnl was talfon h hind
the nrand stand by the deloctlvi1
thrown on the ground nml even ills
slices were removeil In the pffort to I
liiMto slime kind nf evlileiioe
Thorc were three nrreala In he fltlil I
enclosure toilay Twn of tlio men ti ken
were nimoit Hoiudwall nnd Tlisln The I
police wero unusually nnisli wtli III I
prisoners RcnrcliliiK them > thorntishlj
before leavlns the track A bystander
who protested against these methods
WIIM also arrestel Iliarseil with dlsnr
diry conduct
I Tho fourth race a Handicap for three
i yeiirnlds nnd upwuiil was tho ToiUirp
uf the card this iiftornnon As a = lor
nuRhlireil contist It was worth ttnvel i
line slime to see CalniKonn Ulik Oak
and Dedouln finished heads apart Duo I
gun Notter and McCarthy woru ihe rc
fpectlve rldcr
Ride Daredevil Race
They furnished an exhibition of dare
devil Jockeyshlp Unit b seldom keen
thcso days Almost on even terms from
thy head of tho stretch home they rodo
like demons crowding one another
recklessly and without fear of possible
consequences Notter on Illack Oak
had maintained a lead practically all
thn way until challenged by Dugan nnd
Cairngorm ns they swuuir Into the
stretch Uedouln too got Into the game
at about the same time after being
nearly knocked down In the Jam The
three came thundering down to the
wire almost like one horse
It was anybodys race ten yards from
the tlnlsh Dugan never let up in hU
vigorous riding until he went pas the
judges a head In front of Ula < c Ok
with the favorite Bedouin la tcsd
quarters on the rail n liend auay
Kverybody expected n claim ot foul
would be made but none of the jpckfys
saw fit to do so and the rio noj as
Royal Captive Wins First
The first race was n victory for
Uoyal Captive who came back to the t
track In fine condition after ji long
ib4en Hhe followed the pace of
XUuvMt to the stretch and den
mm awuv easily Mamletle lifter
s wlns nn abundance of speed
stopped so bialy In the stretch thit
tiofi Bummer Night and Chaffinch
insoed h r In the drve to lh3 unljli
tho latter Just heading her out or
third money
Monocle Finally Gets One
Monocle flnaKy won a race tho eec
ond s telllni event at ont mllo and a
sixteenth He had McCarthy Inslrad
of Aroldon up and the change made II
mtrked dlfferenw In the Worses run
iilnu After running second behind
Cymbal to the far turn he went to the
front easily and breezed thero to the
finish Molesey the favorite off badly
ns usual cinseil
Ftrong to e second In
I front of Coat of Arms Urussel pva
Oeorge O Hall one cf the ueerest rtdes
ot the Sa un After
being cut off by
Jlolesey lust before the stretch
ho looked to be n certain
th rd until
rlpht nt th pinl when
peared ap
lo ilellbvntoly
pull him upj
Upton Rides Good Race I
The Wrestler won the third
der a nice rulljiiilsed race un
IIoJ rule by Upton
won In n drive
throtijh the
yuiiii laruuerlte with
tlilrl In tight iiinrtpi on the Gowan
rail a nosn
away It
was n t
CJiircn Marguerite finish
broke In front
and led
way until will Into
whern both the streton
Vrcstlor and Jownn
chnllPiipMl on elthir fide
Mdnrihy was In
close <
fair and iiarers to
really was
Within hanipircd some
fifty yards
nf tlie
Wrestler sot his head
front and
It there kepr
i Ihe end ijuppii
nnd Marguerite
Jowan went past the
Judges on nl
moit cvui terms the
pi ice to McCarthys nltlrlals tflvlnartlln
mount McCarthy
a claim of lOll
allowed which was nrt
Complete Wins at 20 to 1
omplotp a Ion
won he fifth
race I
lending mint
of tln >
way and last
Ini under n gud Bile b McCaicy
hciit iut the fnvuilt SaiDruliif to
u IcnYlh by hair
Iluilel after
bolnij knocked
out nf It
nt the Mrs turn
rim n great
race closing from far l > ick to be third
at tho enl
poclnl 10 The Kvenlnc World
WfUS H Ont July 16TorlaylI
races resulted as follows
oyearold mile Helling four and 2
half furlonssArrowsalft IP n 101
ef < to I 5 tll 111111 Iyen won hr a
hent Sou Ihrl1 lIile 101 W Burton
i I to I 5 10 I an1 to I Hoconl Anna
1 lJale 112 r lcolL 1 to 5 j tJ l anrl
I to thlr rlmeil15 Orael GolI
Ing Chlcosa Miss Alveacot Kafllre
i Hampton Hrauty Dorothy Webb anil
Gwendolyn R i > lno ran
i SECOND RACnIurc fico thre
yearolds and upwards Selling l x fll
llongsIda Ueok HO lierseni 4 to 1 S
I to 6 and 4 105 won by a head Ifeflrild
110 Francis C to 1 2 to 1 and il to 5
second Hellc of the Baj 1CS Kennedy
3 to 16 to ii and 3 to 5 this1 Time
113 3S Ncokaleeta Kate Clime
I Candy Maid Princes Jewel IJjyal Le
I gend Grace Nlmball Ilflen i3 Inven
itiess and Lady Irnw also rin
I TlfirtD HACK Purse HI fouryear
olds and upward sflllng mileJersey
Tjady IIi fC KoeVner 4 tn 1 to land
even won by II lengti and a half
I Isury 111 Deverlcli S tn I 3 to 1 and
f to 5 second Prince of Castile 119 tG
I Hurn S to I I lo 1 and to 1 third
I Time 141 15 Dele Strome Heel Tnp
I mllot Box Dr tiker Cincy Prefec
tor Comic Opern flolf Hall Hchroefler J
IMIdway and FrtfndsMp also ran
rWHTtt UCKPure JVO hind
iap thrreyearolili nnd upward seven
furKiiisPlly Prim lift A Powers
n to I 3 tfi i iril out win bv a Icngln
aitp rstlllon PI Dcvrlch X to t J to
1 and 7 loID si > iond St Jeanne1 1
i5 Svalni s in I tll I and 7 to 10
third TlmlS > 41 Imli Toby alsi
ran Minnie Jars tlnljliud econd
disuallneil for foul
riFTH ItUKiIurs p 400 maldea
tvwvyearolil tlllle four r d a half
furlonci Catherine Oirdwell 1111
Vhltlng 12 to 1 S to 1 and 5 to 1
won by il length and u half H wki
Iteht 107 rNlcol 6 to 1 to 1 ami
ev n Fecond 8ht r PlulIK 177 F
Burton oven 1 to 3 and out thiN
nmi OK Mini Shannon Mrs Marlon
L Iocre Caneade Sp lit Hsln KV
Cleat Greenhovr SUter Jennie Ajvfl
Srfly Ttmey also ran t

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