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TRAIL OF SEASON'S
MARQUARD HOT ON
Willie Ritchie Saytatie'cf Like to
Box Here. , .
D t J" Wit. by Th. Prsaa rnmWsJnOs.
(Th N. Turk World).
BONO e champion la orettr Mft
propoaltlon btwn or.s tl r a
latter from WIIIU Rltchlw tell
la what Willi "" to do Ikia
Manor to mm dull tini wsy.
Mjr Door Mr. dgrn:
Fuat lot mo apologia for not hsv
lag written you a long Umo ago.
Too only oicum I ran offer la a poor
MO, ao I won't attempt to make any.
My plana (or lb next month aro
M follow: I leave to-morrow for a
two week' tour to my aow National
oar through la aouth to Los An
gola. whr 1 will apond a week at
too glfforont beeohe and onjuy tho
fun of bathing In tBs briny, tc.
W will then com north orr a dlf
foront road, which will make our trip
aa Intaraatlng oa.
Thor ar two road to lour aouth
a. namely the coaat and th val
ley, and aa you ar well acquainted
with thm It lin't necesssry to ao
Into detail, Upon my return her,
whlrh will be about th tin of Au
gust. 1 will b prparad to dicker
with all promoter oho inbuilt of
fer tor my services, and will accept
th beat offer md m for a Si-i-looiber
date, (h promoter to nam
After I have aooepted the Septem
ber data I will Imvo at once la my
Mr with aeveral frUad for Lake
County, oalled by u tb ' Bwltser
land of America," where we will
hunt deer and Bah for about ten
day. Then I will return for the nep
tamber data, wherever It may be. I
am looking forward y appearing In
Now York. It haa long been my am
bition to appear before a New Tork
gathering of fana. and I want to be
right when or wherever I atart
that I will not bav to "alibi" myaelf
to make good. My health I and haa
been all that I could wlah It to be.
With best wishes to you and all my
MW York friend, very aim erely,
SAM WAUjACH. brother-manager
of Leech Ooeo. also lakes ha pen
la hand to th effect fallowing:
It look Ilk Loach ineeta either
Ritchie or Hlvsrs on Labor Day. Ha
la In pretty fair abap for Baldwin
attd And ten day training enough
to snake him lit. Johnny O'Leery.
wo looks like about IB pounds now,
aad will probably grow Into a light
weight, 1 working at Doyle' and
haatag with Leach. Ha la regarded
M one of tb beat on the Coast.
Bo far th climate haa agreed
rkty wall wMb Leach. Let's hope
Coffroth tried to get Leach and
Msjrphf together, hut he wouldn't
lira enough for Leach' end, so It
Mil through. MoTaray want to
tag a welter tournament and
match Phil with Brltton If McFar
lend wtll acept a championship bait
aad agree to meat the winner.
Loach won't run after Ritchie, aa
a aae enemy or rood mstcnss in
OW. unless Ritchie will allow Leach
a reaaonable ahara of tho puree It
takes Wo to make a card, and larh
would he a very substantial part of
H. BAM WALLAOH
B MoCarney would like to match
Phil Crooe with Brltton. Neat scheme
BrttUm la a lightweight and has showa
already that ho can maka Leach ie look
aa If he'd never aeon a boxing glov be
fore, to gat rid of hhn by calling him
a "welterweight" and sk-king him on
STATS Robert Wroan. the famous
to wile player:
"There Is no comparison be
tween the strains football and tsnnls
put upon tho body. It Is much easier
to go through a two thlrty-flvs mln
ute halvM of football than to play
a five net championship match of
Wltb all respect to Mr. Wren's sth
sua anowieage i ll venture a guess
that he has played more tentila than
A alight contract to his opinion la
that of Prank Morsn, who played
rnampionsnip root Den with two or
throe famous tssms.
TWENTY -KOtiVD fight Is
play beside a hard game of
football." Moran remarked
Tew daya ago. "I've never been hurt
In a fight, aalde from having my eyea
clOMd. which amounts to nothing. Hut
I'v bean pretty, badly smashed up
piaying raoToaJi. in a light If you're
down for ten seconds It's all over. In
football you can be knocked cold for
a Mupla of minutes aad be dragged to
your feat to 40 on again when your
time la up. You can't stall for a reat
la football the way you can when
you're tired or daaed In the ring. The
miaul any nun In th Un ahows
lgn of weakness play after play la
J I rooted at him, and ha haa to scrap
for hli Ufa agalnal odd. Poet ball to
th bardoat gam In tb world."
LAMOPOHD. no richer. It
than whsn ha aalled for
far Australia many month ago,
to returning to How Tork. Sammy
ears ho haa a data to box here. That
most SB that ho intend to bog
JeaMtsa again, as there' no other
olmn or color la this nook of the
wogW who ana give Baa a run for
woodai Who oaa give Baal a run for I P"Jj"
i - 'ilm " i3y - -"-o
rpy 11 II I -l. 4 VNe'rr """""w
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BBai, BJaJkuBP I BBBBBBBBBjggfjaMMg Is U I 11" ' ''' I 'J I . I 1 I .V.)
Marmger Chance of the Highla
McConnell for Outfielder Leibold and Pitcher Kahler of the
N hit determination to get a new outfielder who I fast and can Ml on an-
noiavoeinenl may be expected to-night or to-morrow that Frank Chance
haa turned loose one of hie veteran pitchers. He wsnta Outfielder Leibold
of th Cleveland club very badly, and. II
Meorg McConnell for Leibold and I'ltrhtr
Manager Lirmtngham of Cleveland offer
but Inalata on getting both McConm-n and
It Is unlikely that Chance will agre
I no sioubt hut that he haa determined
of promise even at a surrince, I .el hold
could be used to advantage by the Yanks.
to gat rid of McConnell. but Qaorge Is th
Cleveland wain- him mors than any other
MADE CHANCE THINK OP OLD DAYS.
The ninth Inning victory over the Napa, when all seemed hopeleM on Sat
urday, haa given the Chance forces a freah supply of "pap " It reminded Chance
of hie days with the Cube more than any game bis Climbers havs won this
season To come up In the ninth one run behind and with two out and then
win by etabatltutlng pinch hitters Is a big feather In the caps of the bench forces.
The trick was turned by llartsell and Hweeney.
THE WALLOP WELL WORTH IT.
Her Kil Hweeney, by the wsy, says that any time MUlklff wants to kick on a
rlertennn and get put out of the game he 1a In with It. Mlilklff's expulsion
brougtht Nweenev In to play first base on account of a necessary switch in the
Infield, and he consequently batted In Mblklff's place. As a result of this move
Hwoertey got the chance not only to deliver the winning blow hut to get 150 for
hitting" the bull at the eame time. That I our Idea of a wallop decidedly satis
factory do all parties concerned except the Nap
BRINGING UP THE REAR.
The fan got a real flp-off on the tpeed of Oottett, the yoxinfi
catcher, uhrn Munayrr Chant '- puf himm lf in to run for Mm. Mind
you, Chance ha bwrn unable to play fhl teaion on account of hit
Ira going bad. The only thing li ft for Qotxrtt it fo i$uc A challenge
for a match race with Vhicf Meyer for the. non-spet'd record of the
Rsgaedleee of - the plMdtnra of ths Nans, th Hlghlandera hav refused to
consider themselves out of the league. They, are going right on about their
business of ahatxertog the hopes of near contenders. Single-handed, the Tanks
have ruined the chances of the Naps with the full knowledge that the people of
Cleveland, have offered their team a prise of IW,W0 to land ths Mag.
YE8, IF YOU JU8T HAVE TO WORRY.
Now, If u simple must use It, the correct expression ts
sorgen." MpelHng gunrantrud under the pure rood nml drugs get
Anyway, lllc-tiard de Marquis, al':i
after that I'd': rword. Rv tearing off
lie haa won his ninth straight game. If
the betting odds for the world's series)
WHY SPEND IT ALL ON PITCHERS?
Now, what do you think of that
meetliiK the payment on that new bill
and paid I".1"' for Rimer llrown,
profllgute hand the famoua Brooklyn
t;..UUU which koi's to tlrand Haplde for
THE GIANTS' IDEA OF A NON-IRRITANT.
sfBPB if fc couldn't land a job utth the Oiantt after two trie.
Dick Hudolph iontlnue$ to be a big help to them by beating the
Cub. Mince becominu a fusion Brave. Hudolph. a Bronx product,
by the way, ha beaten the team that threaten the Ulantt with
irrifufina reaulurily fo them.
BALL PLAYERS WORRIED ABOUT ZEIDER.
Hall players who appear to know mure than hue been printed about the
case fear thul lb.il e elder Kill never be able to be a crack lnlleldor .ghln.
In removing the bunion from his toot they say that the doctors had to remove
part of the ttone of hla big toe too It Is on that toe that runners rely for
speed, and if '.elder lias to favor It he may never be fast again
Is there no solution fur the puxr.le of the lowly Cardinals being able to give
Uis (Hants the tuughost hutrlee of any club In the leugur? On rlaturday they
suffered a shut-uut at the hands of Slim Sailor, the first tlnie they have been
blanked since the beginning of the winning etreak.
HIS ADDRESS IS WASHINGTON BALL CLUB.
Charley Dieden declaree he has yet to find a man who did not pick the
Athletics to win the American League pennant What's the matter with writing
to Clarke Clriftllh? II doesn't believe It vet
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
NATIONAL LEADI K. AMKKU AN I.KAilt'K
W.LPP.I Cluti. W, L. PC. I Club. W. L. FC. 1 Club.
It ; ; HnuAbu ... Alt :i .' Piiila':hla ..eft it uou IWuu ....
.11 U WI llUill U SO . -!eeUi..t . fttl M .. Iwtn.u ....
.IT 44 510 hi Leas ...III &S Mull Wuliiuslos S XII VI. si LuiUs...
4 44 Ml tliictiissll . JB SU n: hi . SI 47 JIWiNse York .
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Ms York. 1. bi bmiU, 1.
Cssed st end iif eoruo. iunluf
I. I'lielnniu. . n-M sssu.
4. ( IikiuiiaU. 1. srei gsssa
i hasla. I,
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY
1 sth. IxjWs. r
ndert Likely to Trade Pitcher
Is understood, offered to trade Pitcher
Kahler. As the matter now stand,
to let New York have thoae two men,
Outfielder lilrdle Cree In return.
to that kind of a propoaltlon. but thor
to replace hla veterans by youngsters
Is an excellent young outfielder and
Chance Is not particularly anxtoua
central flxurr In the trade, because
man on the New York list.
In null Hlch
the acting rttibe, Is lining right along
the Cardinal In the Hundny engagement
tin, thing keeps up. many change In
Charley Kbbets? While worrying about
park he haa alippcd into Hie far Mouth
pitcher, llut that 1 nut all. With a
historian haa lust signed a check for
Nu ginet .htdulwi
I ci.eis st Ste.Yo
St Louis st wsss
WpODEN SHOES IN
Butvveirs Fine Riding Lands
Andrew Miller's Horse in
Front at Belmont.
(Sieclsl to The K renins World.)
HKLMIlNT PARK RACE TRACK
July 28. Andrew Miller's Any Time
won the Suffolk Helling Stake here
this afternoon after stretch duel with
Wooden Shoes In which Butwell on
Any Time outrode Hanover on Wooden
Shoe. The Spirit, after showing quite
a lot of early foot, finished third, five
lengths back of Wooden Shoe.
Water Lady, Naiad and Gallop were
never serious contender and wera all
atrung out at th and.
For three-year-old and upward; MM
milled. fIx furlongs; main course. Time,
Let Mi Progressive, 7 (Karrlrk), 13 to
ft. 7 to 10 and hut, first ; Lac, loj (But
well), t to -. it to I and out, second:
I'.IU llryson. 113 (Mcklitua), even. 2 to I
and out. third. Deduction, 110, and War
Lord, lu.1. also ran.
Klla Bryson wa the dholce In the
opening event, but the best ah could
do was third behind Progressive and
Lace. The latter led all the way attend
ed by War lord and Klla llryson. Pro
gresslve, nearly knocked down st the
start, was last entering the stretch. But
well steered htm through a hole on the
rail and he came through easily. At the
end he won going away. Ella Bryenn
tired In the stretch.
For thre-yrar-olds and upward:
I6110 added; one mile. Prod Mulhol
land, 109 ( Hut well), t to B, T to 10 and
out, first; Water Welle, 114 (Wllaon),
4 to 1, to t and 1 to t, second; Dis
covery. 102 (Wolfe), 9 to 6, 7 to 10
and 1 to 3, third. Dandy Dlaon, 100;
Monmouth. 107, 811m Princess, 107;
Ulnar, I'M. and llammon Pass. 10 4, also
Kred Mulliolland "walked In" In the
second race after breaking last and
irallliut the field to the stretch. When
he began coming he literally mowed
down everything and at the end waa
half a dosen length to the good.
Water Welles led, followed by DltcoT
cry to the eighth pale, hut though he
sue. limbed to Mulholland' rurh, he
laated long enough to save the place
money from Discovery. The latter broke
badly, but made up a lot of ground in
going up behind the pacemaker, Water
Welles, in the first quarter.
Handicap for three-year-oldo. pMb
added, one mile, time, 1.40 i'-o. Beau
coup. lT (Wolfe), n to 6 and out. first
Iteybourn, iws luuiweui, 11 to go ana
out. second: liayport, w iKarrlck), as
to 1 ami out. third. Only three starters.
The naiuiicap. tniro on me card, wa
three-horse race between Baaucuup,
Reyboum and Bayport. Old Beauroup
won almply because Butwsll In trying
to keep Key-bourn from bolting st the
stretch turn awung wide. This let
Itcuucuup up on the rail after Bayport.
the early pacemaker, had died away. In
the run home Wolfe on Keaucoup mad
th must of the advantage and won all
out. limooulli until laat, -out hi rush
wss too late.
Thi Suffolk Si'llmu St a ken II ONI
anteed; six furlongs, main course. - Any
Tim. 107 (Butwell). 7 to I, t to Ii and Ual,2 m ,
to 3. flrat. Woodsn Hbo, IM (lUooverVal """,! . J
I to L I 10 1 and avM. eoontt: ThJL,,, "",orm.
atsatjo 1M fn J W a at AsM
lid. snd Clallop,
Steeplechase: for four-year-olds and
upward: M added about two miles
and a quarter Shannon RltfOfi 110
(AtlOfl)i 4 to i'i and out, first: Kace-
In - k, '41 'Kramer), 8 to 1. fi to 2 an 1
even, second; Kesex II.. 141 (Mr. F.
Akpers), ao to 1. to 1 and i to 1. third
Time. ML Son of th Wind. Mi Nose
gay, i:e end OoMen, 133. all fell.
Six horses started In the steeplechase,
Which was run In a drenching rain and
almost In darkness. Son of the Wind.
N'osegay and (loblen went down in turn.
This left the race almost a certainty
for Shannon RlVOfi and lie won, though
Itacebrook bothered him some the last
time round. Essex II. couldn't help be
ing third, because there were no other
For two-year-olds; maidens: MOO
added: six furlongs: main course; time,
1.15. Lily Orm. 17 (McCahey). 10 to 1.
I to I and out, first: Figinny. 110 (But
well), .1 to 6 and out. second: Small,
110 (Wolfe), I tot, 1' to I and out. third.
r HIT. also ran.
RESULTS AT HAMILTON.
FIRST RACE Purse 1500: maiden
two-year-oids; five furlongs. Cxar
Michael, lit (B. Steele), It to f, to
5 and 1 to I. first; Red Star. 113 (C.
Vandusen). to 1, t to 2 and 7 to 5.
second, Mockery, 10t ( Buxton), 12
to 1, t to 1 and f to t, third. Time
1 01 1-5 Eodiac, Good Will, Ruxit
Around. Ainakement, Indolence, John P 1
Nixon, Nancy Dime. Fathom and Fi
delity alo ran.
SECOND RACE Pure t00. three
yMiolda and up; selling; one nml a
sixteenth. Marlet, (H. Snyder). It
to 1, 4 to 1 and 2 to I, won; Busy, 111
(R. (loose). 7 to 10, 7 to 30 and 1 to t,
second: Club, til (M. Buxton), t to
1 3 to 1 and H to 6. third. Time 1.47.
Tecumeeh, Adolante, Howdy Howdy,
Mud Sill. O Em, Henry Hutchinson,
Spindle and Bernadotte alio ran.
TIIIHD RACE rur sow; inree-year-
olds and up; selling; nvs and a half fur-longs.-Mnlsont.
104 (B. Steele. 13 to 5,
to 5. and 3 to 6, first; My Uenl, 102 (H.
Snvder), 1 to 1, i to 1 and even, second:
Black Hlver. HI R. Moody), ffl to 1, 1
to 1 and 4 to 1. thira. Time, i.vt. jsib
EOlth, I - Sainrella, wentwortn, uittrs.
Hearthstone. Oeorg S. Davl, Blltrlx
Hchallnr and Smash also ran.
FOI'llTll RACB-Sandrlnghum Plate
ITKi added; three-year-olds and upward;
.,.. and one-eighth mile Barnegat. K4
1 c Teahani. 11 to 5. 7 to 10 and out, first;
Hamilton. 10 (Huxton), 5 to 2. 4 to 6 and
out, second: Calgary. taioouyi a io
k to f. and 7 to 10, third. Time. LSI
l.o.-hlel and Flora Fina aleo ran.
FtFTII KACE-Purae MOO; two-year-
olds; selling. mx furlongs -Kage. 11)
(Snyder), 3 to 1. 7 to t nil 7 to 10, won.
Pat Kntledge, 93 (Deronde), !) to I. 2 to
1 ami 4 to fi. second; Scarlet Irf-tter, 9
(Marllnl. 40 to 1, 16 10 1 snd K to 1. third.
Time. I. it 1-6. Serenata, Ioulse Tracers.
Tattler, .lequtram and Beau Pere also
SIXTH RACE Purse 3700; Kenllworth
handicap: tin -ee-yeur-old and upwarl;
six furlongs. -Sit Blaise, 107 (W. IHop
kins), S to 1, t to .1 and 3 to S, won;
Sun Queen. 106 (P. Teahani, s to 1. 3 to
1 and even, econd; Punxareta, IOC tC.
dross), 11 to o. :t to 5 and out, third.
Time. I.U 3-3. Prince Ahmed and
Knight Differ also ran.
MANAGER CHANCE SIGNS
FOUR LOCAL SEMI-PROS.
lontclsl to Ths Eveeini World.)
POLO GROUND!. July M.-Managr
Chance this afternoon signed four
young player from the local amateur
clubs and will try them out In th
morning practice to oe if there I
anything In them. Two of lhra.
tleorg Spear of th Suburban and
Blalss. from th wet lde, are ratcn-
The other two, Scott and tmitb,
members of local club, ar In-
They ware all on tb beach
SIX 'ON D INMNO-Meeis filed to
Mace Snoilsrass llftcl to oakes.
W'hltted threw out Ma'hewson No
Whltled Mod to Snoilsrass Konetchy
out on a bunt. Meyers to MOfklOi Evans
was safe on Shnfer's had throw and
stop- se.ond. Wlngo fanned. No Runs.
THIRD INK I NO Burns walked
asaln. Shafer filed to Oakes. Fletcher
forced Hums. Mowrey to llugglns.
l-'letcher stole second. Doyle filed to
Magee No Huns. On Left.
, Mowrey fouled to Merkle. Harmon
pupped to Fletcher. HugKlns Walkod,
Magee singled, sending Hugglus to
third, hut was out at second base him
self, Murray to MothOWMD to Fletcher
No Runs. One Left.
FOURTH INK I if Q -Merkle filed to
Oakes. Murray out. Whlltel t.. Kon
etchy. Meyer went out the eni way.
Doyle threw out (hikes. Whitted filed
to Burns. Shafer m ule n fine stop alio
threw out Konetchy. Xo, Huns.
FIFTH INNINO SnoHgrass out.
Whitted to Konetchy. aiatnewsnn
fanned. Burns got scratch two-base
hit when his )' fe '" "'tween
Kuggini and Oakes. Harmon broke
rtuwn Shafer's liner and threw him out
at first. No Runs. One Lft.
Evans walked. Wlngo out. Boyle to
Merkle. Mowrey (lied to Murray. Har
mon a as called out on strikes. No Runs.
SIXTH lNNlNO-Oakes could not
oulte reach Fleicher'a drive to left cen-
and dropped the ball after a long
run. It wa scored a a two base hit
Doyle poPPd to lluirgliis. Merkle filed
... nsbse. Murray -.inglcd to centre
Coring Fi t icr gr.d went to fe -ond on
the throw to the pinto. rVlngo muffed
M yn's easy foul. MOI'Or out, Whitted
to Konetciy. One RIM. One left.
Malhewon threw out llugglns. Mager
popped to Shafer. Fletcher made a
great one-nanoeu siop aim i''"--
out. No Buns.
SEVENTH INNINO-Siiodgiass nit
one against the left field fence for
three bates. Hugglus inrew oui iain-
.ewson. holding wnouarsw
Burn tripled to right
mass. Shafer singled
to left, scoring
Fletcher forced Sh.ifer. Harmon
to llugglns. Fletcher was raugnt steal
ing, but was safe when Whitted dropped
the' ball. Evans 'rfio.de a good catch
of Doyle's liner. Two Rune. One Left.
Wilson replaced Meyers behind the
bat. Whitted singled to left for the
second hit off Mwthewson. Konetchy
grounded to Fletcher, who touched sec
ond, forcing Whltte.l and then threw
to Brtti doubling Konetchy. Evans
doubled to left. Wlngo strui k out again
No Huns. One Lett.
TENNIS CUP EASILY
(Continued from First Pag).
ad. .ins In thr straight l. That
brought America up to th challenge
round wltb Great Britain with ona of
th moat remarkable record ever mad
by any country In th world game.
Fighting their way to tha title round,
th American lot but on match
that In th double against Australia.
McLoughlln and Williams, two of th
youngest playeis that ever competed
in th International tournament, won
every on of their matches In th sin
gles against the tennl champion of
William, th nineteen-year-old Har
vard tudnt. kept hi record clean to
tha last, winning hi match In th
singles Friday against Dixon. Mc
Loughlln en th sm dy howed to
defeat at tha hand of Park after a
sensational battle and hi record for
tho tournament atanda with on do
ft Tb American champion atoaad
for this dfat th following ij wha.
malnjy on big remarkable wor th
United lotoa wa able 10 capture the
ceateet la doublet, for whlah th Brl-
it. Packard threw Fischer's bunt wild.
Wheat takinn third Smith Hied lo
Uroh. Fisher tofCOa out Wheat. Pack
ard to Clark to Tinker Packard pur
posriv nisseil Miller tingling drew s
ticket, forcing Fis-her In. Motun
dotlhlodi scoring Flslic. Miller, anil
Y malum He was out Hying lo take
third, BoOChtf lo Bcrgha miner to Tin
ker. Four Huns.
Hobby bounced to CutlhgW, TUloliBI
ihrea- out Tinker. Sheckard Ml to
centre and was out steuling, Fiecher to
Fisher. No Huns. I
THIRD 1NNINO Cutahaw fou!el to
ilark. Meyer laiunded to OrOh, Wheat 1
skied to Sheckard No Hun.
Bergiiatnmer trlplel to the score
hiard. Clark tripled to same place.
Het hammer s.'orlng. Packard slngb'il
to right, scoring Clack. Ooochor sacri
ficed. Fischer to Miller. CUtOhaW
threw out POVOTO. Oroh singled to
centre, scoring Packurd Vlngllng IO"
placid by Allen. Hobby popped to
Miller. Three Runs.
FOPRTH INNINO Fischer
to Uerghammer. Smith grounded to
Herghammer. Fisher filed to iBOOohOT.
Tinker popped to Fisher. Shatkard
walked. Herghammer singled and on
Wheat s wild throw took second. Sheck
ard going, to third. Clark out, Cut
shaw to Miller. scorlns Sheckard.
Packard bounded to Smith. One Hun.
FIFTH INNINO Miliar afe on
Alien s pop fly. Miller out, Clark to
Oroh. Moran Moi to Dei ore. No Runs.
Fisher made great slop on Heacher's
liner, an dthrew him out at first. De
voir singled to entre and stole second.
Oroh made a home run to the score
.board. Hobby Hied to Wheat . Tinker
tiled to Meyer. Two Runs.
sixrii INNINO Cutahaw nied to
iri-kurd. Mayor singled to left, but
.va forced ny v neat, racsuru 10
Bergiiatnmer Fischer singled to left.
Tinker threw out Smith. No Runs.
Sheckard walkisl, Berghammrr
forced Sheckard, Smith to Cutshaw.
Herghamtner stole second nnd rann
home on a wild throw by Flcher.
I'lark walked. Packard fanned. Allen
threw out Beacher. One Bun. One
FIRr KACE 1'iirns
vfurilils snd iipsnnl:
Kitte. 100: gonad)
tSOD: nmlen tteee.
five furlongs - Henry
100: Trotsto, loi);
loaskM chirk, lot
Is ads Pilaw, loll Ota-
litunt. IMl 01
goo Isdl. 1011: Lord laias,
104- 1orJ I.nrse. mo: neirsj. iuo:
w w nsrk ion Also eligible to surt Is
oriier n'smeil nick Dded, 10; Queen Halo.
Brsndvirlne, IMl AlWuileen. 10: Urn
lis 10R; I.iither. nsi.
ggCOMD RACE Purse $600: two.jreuold
foleJ in t'snsds: fits snd s half furlonss. Ud
I.U tW: Amphion. US: Alsl Bsa. 101; i"r"i
.rt'. ltd I Mrto!i. lOri; BIgJ Par. 105
THIltf) BACK -Purse ,BW Niuserv tke;
tws-rasroUUl i hrkatot,- Willis Wsddall, M
mack Tool IMl laulhwi Mld. ilk.
KotlKTH A01 PlM) KkNI; ihrte yeir olds
mil eeoiwdl sie sisl onr litentli mile..
Nsplrr 107; BH, 10": Working Lsd, 104;
DrssBlltS, K)k: M'aton. 114; IHUtorr. 1; Wsa
iler. KM); Oro. lit; Coj, 9; Coll, 108;
KIKTH RACE Pllfss t00: Ihrse-yett nkll sod
upward: aelllni; one snd onr-sUteeatli Billsa
Khl 2. Kimundy. Ml lUlnh Urd, Mtl
Belle of Mr. 11 Mam. un. Muff, lok; Vllsa
Jonah. iOH; Tartlc. 1U0; Foicrafl, IMl I'mj
!irse. 10: Torn saien. 110: U. of l.tnsdn,
1)0 Note: Tliia race on turf.
SIXTH un K I'uiw ai. scM jear-elils
anil upward: selling: ail furlong!. Uprlng Maid,
nr.': Pis, 107 ; Oaawllia. 107; 'York bed, 1;
Thro Cook. 100: Lals.lil, 110; Thrse l.lnka. Ill);
(y al lineage. 11 1 1 Uuuutaor. 112; .MarJ.iria A..
113: Hoffman, ill: Jus Knight. 100. Alao
eligible lo surt in ordw aaowd -karl Liflit,
lull, laar Ham. 2.
HEVENTH IttcK I'urae 100; lliret year olda
anil upward; selling; one snd one-alateentl. uilea
on tlw turf . llaasoe. 100: (lerranl, 102: Miane,
107: Kuchala. IM '.McCnary. tui. Husk) L..I.
110: Poishaad. 110; Asu. 110; lta.ii, 110; Pr,
Waldo BhB. in.
Apprantlre sllowanee claimel.
$25 to $50
Remnantg from the season's selling
piece ends from exclusive Imported and
Domestic material! truly a wonderful
opportunity. Suits, $18; Coat and
Ninth Straight Victory Puts
Rube Within Two Games
of Boehling's Mark.
ST. TM'IR. July a -Toe noetillng. the S
sensational southpaw pit her of the
Senators, a ho hold the seism' record,
hal better look out, for Bub Marquard,
the eccentric lefthander of the Hants, la
hot . on his trail. Jo ha wqn elevtn
straight games, taking all oeo to
it, while Bube. who only gr . artd
some few weeks back, haa a' 0O-dJh
nered nine in row, despu hi googj
work t the outlet, with proopect OgT
spturing many another haforo hM
"Mark" Is not trying for a itggM
this time. He had too muoh troobl
last time he tried such a rhlng. H
u-ed to He awake night wondering It
he were going to win hi next atart. and
every time he trotted out to the rubber,
In those record-breaking days ha wa
shaking like an aspen leaf. Th reeult
wa that when Jimmy Lavender beet
him In Chicago after he had equalled
the world's pit.-hing mark of nineteen
et might, he was all shot to piece and
wasn't able to round into form until
the world's series.
Kube's ninth (not nineteenth) straight
was only n seven inning affair, rain
causing a halt un I a postponement of
the second half of the double header,
which will be plnyed off to-morrow.
The Cardinals found Bube for seven
san' oils, wmic me wiarus zouna
I Orlner for the same number, the only
inference being that the champion got
' theirs when they counted rrut and
thereby woo the a-iLio he m m un ,t
Yesterday's game was salted In th
second Inning. Murray got a slntrl when
Vhltted fell fleldlne- his roller Th.i
Meyer disappointed with a roller to
Whitted. but Murray luckily wa run-
hlng snd made second. Snodgraas's ln-
.vul .l,rra on In:r0- Marquard
lined to Whitted for the econd out, but
Hums shot a sharp single to right, s -or-ing
Mfrrray and sending Snndgrss to
third. Burns then stole second. Shafer
dellverel th timely jtid winning rap. a
single to right that scored Smtdgra,
but Burns was cut down at th olate.
Coth.org to McLean,
Th Card nals got gay In th fourth
With one gone Oakes alngled to right
snd went to aerond on Whitted' slagio
to centre. Koney lifted to Burn for tho
I aerond out. hut father broke into tho
oox score with a single, scoring Oaks,
while Whitted made third. McLean
drove a liner down the left field foul liao
that fell a foot outside the chalk mark,
and then he lined deep to Snodgraee,
Marquard. acared hy this rally, tightened
up and held the enemy In check for th
rest of the afternoon.
C00GAN WANTS FARRELL
TO BUILD HIS BALL PARK
NEXT DOOR TO GIANTS.
James J. Coogan, owner of Ih
land on which the beautiful Brush
Stadium is built, is trying hard lo
dissuade Frank Farrell, owner of the
Highlanders, from building at King
bridge jrml has promised him that
if he'll say the word he'll lease him
old Manhattan Field, next door lo
the (Hants, for a reasonable sum Of
money, and besids that will guaran
tee the consent or the (Hants' man
agement to the scheme. The prop
erty at Klngsbrldge has already
been filled In after several month'
work and President Farrell hag ap
proved the architect' plans, hug
Coogan Is hopeful that he'll lnduoe
him to change his mind and build on
his land, for which ha'U gtv him a
long and fair lease.
T AT 2..10 I'. II
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