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ROUND THE WORLD WINS
Filly Proves Her Worth by Capt
uring Wellesley Handicap.
TRACK LIGHTNING FACT
Nearly Every Race Run Clos- to
Record Time at
Saratoga.
TB*- TiiepTaph I* th* Tribune. 1
•=a.ratc«Ti, v T.. *-;jr Si — In the sJb
«*. r!r «. n ' Baatrrl ■? G. Faidci h Round the
■^„.r t ^ one** more proved herself a star
s-.icinz tr» t-wn-ypar-<^lJ filli^^ of ih«* aea
«on by takinp :r 122 pounds an<i galloping'
"to *p<:: victor>- in thf VWll^sley Handicap
flj th<? track her** to-day. Sh<* •w-ork«»d h*»r
-way to ■.--'-.■. Ih* firpt quart*"", arid.
«-Ttinp a '..<:• »yen par». won by four
*»r.c-th« in th» fast time of 1 K>6 for the
ftv^ and a half furlonjr*. wrbich was within
> •T % -fifth of a MM I of th<* track record
p^iablifhed hy .Tani««= R. Kp«Tip'>i laatsiDßtte
just before Fh^ son the Futurity in 1?OS.
Matt Altai's 11-iusernaid chased her .ill the
way and finished !=err. n d. Nightfall, pur
j-ha^ed .vf-f-lday at the James R. Keene
<aie fcv R. T. "\Vils.->n. jr.. had little rnance
to show hor qua'ity. a? she was in clos*
Quarters most of the way.
The track was lichtTjins: fast and alrr.'->!=t
*>\-*>ry rare was run In close to record Tim".
T.i-.e -■■ -.- w ercd one mile and thre*
»< X mjiMlM in 1 :5 s 2-S in winnins the fifth
ra'-f. which was within two-fifths of a >-<--
ora of the track record, established last
year >-... Sir John IV Imrrn The Handsel
Vorse was enter to Vm» sold for $1,000.
hct no b!d t\-as forthcomingr when he was
etfered st auctior.. Later — the after
rocn. ■-•■-. R. D. William? bought him
from J. F. Rartlett for *: V' Bonnie
•C»>lsO may ris\« s been the b^st horse in this
rnce, buT he stumbled just . ■■■<■• ■ the start
■afl lost sa n-.uch srround the best he could
r^n Tra? to f.Hsh second.
Tt cort J T. Iceland $snr, tfl retain ■" --
—yr>\a. -•.-;• had won the ti-.ird race at
o^o rriile in trie East time of 1 :?>* 1-5.
Ebtl LSnnell. wiiose Black Hate finished
«o rnr j^_ thoucht she was enter<-d too cheap
ly ai j1.500. and Wd ber -.jr. to $2.4"« Mr.
Tr^lznd Uien saved his pood filly with the
■:;icual ?5 advanr?.
!.. P. Doerhofer had the satisfaction of
M»e;-£ Meiisar.de. which he purchased for!
5- *«v> at tf.e Keene sale yesterday, defeat
» r.irh class *?id of sprinter? in the open- -
:r.c har.dicar- The four-year-old Oaut;hter !
of Discui.^e shook off ••.-■- aid Sir aJve- ]
«cot when straizntened out for home and J
-yon in a rni:d drive by a length in 1:12 j
for the six furlongs. Eescm buns on long j
maug to be second, while Helmet, an- j
other casT-of from the Keene stable, for]
which E. H. Tiriiclley paid is.oCft, cosed
re«oiute!y to earn third money.
■n'oodford Clay's great three-year-old j
f>Ur <"Yean Bound, which wiL5 asked to ■
concede weicln to all her opponents a - i
rordir.jr to the scale, did not have a fair >
• banoe to show her usual speed. She was |
:r flose quarters practically every fout of 1
-■-• journey, although Xottf-r took desper- ;
s.f chances in an effort to find an openln:. |
TTearner stumbled just after t!ie start. ]
which ended any chance he might have
had.
Touchwood broke do-wn during the run- !
r.;n=- or the steeplechase, so thai Ticket j
*>f-IJeav« Man made a show of his field j
Rnd won as Ins rider pleased. Thlstledale .'
!^r> "stt the. »itcr jump, but Palmer <-am<» .
'n. aanv with mit a ecratch co show for j
!-iij= spei-tamtar tv.mh]e. Bound Brook •
'criced batiiV. so that Touchwood, in spite ■
nf br'-akin? down, finished second.
August Belmont's colors were tried to*
cictory for the first time at the meetine '
in the last race when via Octavia was j
praduattd fron- *.ne msi'len class. Catesby j
TVoodfonTs Any Port ran a ■winning race. •
He was off badly and was forced to make j
"jd twelve or ■■'-.- length;- to rench aj
contending position, but finished strongly j
srid gee: ur ir, Time -•■ beat John SanforJ's j
3lae::' i . 3 half Etertr to Dan^scara and a J
hot 'it> for'the rate. 3 h*>ad ••■••■■ jiare. ;
Mr. an^ Mr c B^imcnt apr^ared to l>e as
■much pleased at tlip rucces^- of Y:h Oc- \
ta';a ,-><= jf >-*- t ad won Futurity.
David r«jr ( (If Tou<~h Me worked six fur- \
ion?.- in 1.72 2-5 at Th« track this morning i
ir. jijrh jmprr-i-sii? fashion that he ■nill be. j
a pure narter in Hie Futurity. Heroert baa ;
l»fl fsrased to rid^.
TYr KrtTntnarfec ffiilnu"
S\ftATrK^A SUMMARIES.
"!"»a:h-r clr-ar: tra/-k fast.
n^.rT RACE. — Hardier: for all Bsr«H=; S>«>
4i<ifC Kn Furiofwu. Fran good. "Won
flnvuyc; jV.acf «a?r>*>. Tiny. 1:12. Winner.
rh. f. by ItiNnji*"? — Sjivabelle. Ouner. I*
- :\: \ Do-riwT-r.
Bot-
H'-5« fft '* Sit. Pin. Jockey. ■■• c.
tlMfanrfe'...''. 1'« I* 1 '- 1 ' Pow*>rs.i. 10
;sejcm II« 2* 2" 2' Butmrtl.. 6
.- ■ "
'^r Boßnd. 32T. ' h ■«' «'i Nmt^r... 7 -
BJrAJv«!«)l. W .';'» 3* T. : •;arT(»r. . is
HTktanr . 11T f& 6 »-- : Kofn'-r. . 12 5
T.-r» S"-.rS "-.r . V 7 - i. 7 <;.,!dfT*-in 20
MsT:«ai . P7 3 9 F Thomsj. . IO
H'w V'J«»r! . JOS 6' 7 » Shillina.. 5
E3SCOXD RACS - ?"»»r'»"ha-v>: s^liinr: for four
rw-oia« and upward: J4"O added. About
t»ro miles. tt»ii gond Won «>a«ilv: plac«
wm». Ttr>-*-. »:19. Wmrf-r. b. p., by Kus
=' R^lc»«e 7T. Ov.n<-r. B F«rr.
Bet-
Ht-t« ".'.♦. i Sir. Fin. Jockey, ting.
Tof Leave:-. 157 r." 9 I- 1 !»• Allen 3 :
i'Si'-rsofjj , ir-,7 5« 2"" 21"2 1 " U*fliiama 7"<
Boc&d BmoV 137 5" .",'"" :;-»■> Pattorstm 5
. Ama^-ia H . 335 .". 4 * Pending 30 :
(TWRWate - 137 2* F»IL r«.lmer. . «
l^thiKD RA^K . — Sflint: for rnar^p and ireldJnsrti
• thr»* shears o!<3 and upward: SSOO a'i.ri^d. One
•t > .-tan c won eaaily; piao« drf^-
i in* T*iTi^ i::;*" 1 ,. Winner, eh. f.. by Ta-nz^ ;
'■'I'Vr-Lart CS»«Ty. <»vin*r, J. T. Ireland. I

Ran* Wl (a Ptr. Kin. Jook^j-. tlnir. I
«>*■-!-.. r.ja .. ;«\ r,'-. !•• p M00t..;. 8-S
"-'VMa:- . KW r.- 4« 2U <iam«r... 5 I
HtUTwp I<:* 4'» 2'- 313 1 H^rh^rT.. 7 1
'"^w K«4 ■"•■^ .". 4 4 UavJit *!
L* '! ■'."•' :C '222 2 ?.'' '>' Imviof 12
Bocknorw... I<:.-: «-• « «• Kine. ....' 13
T '»Mwra.. inn :•'- R 7s7 s Walsh... 15
£?■"▼ J*n»'in . !"- 3 l'» s«i Mr<'»h?,v. 20
' BvoIk.;. l l( «- 77 1 * » r« Dnxan... 7
v-nv -n- Mail . 101 I' 7 10 Thomas.. 40
RDUBTH RACE-^f-THE WELt-ESLfTT HANDI
':ap : for two x-xr oM 01il-w; • 1 ... a»M*-<l.
Mw arrd a half fnriCMKi 1 . Siarr r<,-u"5. Won
'Milv; j»?a^r- Kai;.«-. Tlnn», 1:06. Vinn»r. I
•■b. f., hv I^B'kfrjrd- -N<-lli«! Bly. Owner.
1 'i Tank".
R. •
• H< Tf». jß't. '4 Sir. Fin. .In kcj . tin?.
B-tb» World. 112 11 s * I s T Walsh »10
|«9BW!B»ltU. 120 2' £■ -" T>ujmn... s
!^«rah.... no ::'» .".4 3H l^uur «'
|f*»*Af«« .va 4- « ! *' .;»m^r... 12 1
lJsS' nill *V- •' c T ' "h" h * : Tlmraan.. ."-0 !
li«t ■ 7 rt>. Knapp... 12
[f^n-^tory s<r, j.. :< 7; H*ri*n.. I.' i
;'^Vr»ri If!* Sh «' 3 - K-#rri^r 15 j
ISS* 1 - 1U r>h - » r-ow^rs.. r.o i
■^•'T,* HIV 11 11 n» KtriK W> !
**•'!<! 'V.Trfort I'M J2 1" 11 X«ler 12 !
'""•^ 11" O> 12 12 Dmvta 20 j
t! '"Tli [>A.r: S.i;ji. B . f.,r ihw y«ir r,M* and I
BDwanJ: ?rw«t adj.-d. < in*" mii« and thr»-«— |
•Ixtnwtha Start &«»l. '.Yon ridden out: |
Ptaor Tim*. l:.Vs=i. Winner. I>. h..
'• Ha:,dx-:-ll'jlh<r liunch. Owner. J. F.
Ha !-!!«_•■! t.
„ C«»t-
Mors* U',. 4 Str. Fin. -J'lrl^j. tinp
!r***tn».V; 31(» T 1* 1» I>avlp 7-2
•^jr,r!:" Kel*-. H7 C« .V 2= Or»nd.*. 2
7'^"" Imk :t" I* 1 ., ::' h«t»^n..- 7 1
iw " !» T 414 1 4» Gordon..! 20 1
V **-'r !iob-I. Jl4 2*« «J« J «■ Nr>!t»-r... 3
***** W 4> 7 7 0«vi«.... 10 I
' V I>.TH BACE.^—For niai<J»-n i»-o- vear-olds- $4<K» j
•44*4. Hix furlonpti. Start frixxS. Won I
•"•*f!v: placv driving. T'iro'--. 1:13%. WJn- j
"«r. h. <•. by frugtm — Ljuiy Viola. Owner, '
AaxMt Belmdn. :
i* ■ ' . . . Bet- !
Vw I**1 ** VVf - '■'* P»V. Fin. Jockey, ting. |
I
•VW Qrt -- 3li « •* ■■!•! 2* ...oids^in 6
>? ;^ 1(;5 2% 2" 5« Kocrner.. 4
C,"*"" wa B 7 41 i^hk 40
Jf p " r *> I<jfi <i! -< b ft* Th.imM.. 7-2
>T- ;; RR * rr ' < *- !<*» 4'i «Va «• <Irand.. . 20
•/'* fal -"'k uifi r.' 5» 7» llc<-m-k. «0
[S?if o<J «»- "3 U v *> Gainer... Si-4
la"*??* IC4 11 1.-J «i Hflrben.. 30 ;
JJ5»».'. . 103 jo jo 10 Rrunnri . «0
.•,,, fr * R»J>>. I<« 7 II 11 Walsh... 20
1,,!! 3 !:- '"" 12 i 2 I- ButweU.. 60
J w«f-!i*. ir<s ik j3j 3 13 Uavte.. .. . ,« J
**EP!CAN ASSOCIATION RESULTS.
Laouißville. 6: Milwaukee*, 'i
i-i.-Ji^Eai/uJii vs. St. I'ii-1 (ruin,), j
WILLY IN SPLENDID EDI
Wins Speedway Stakes After a
Spirited Struggle.
TEASEL BADLY BEATEN
General H. Defeats Favorite in
Straight Heats in
2:09 Class.
The Bi i | in the ims class, trotted to
j waon. for the Fpeedway Stakes, brousht
• out six starters at (he Empire track yes
| terda- afternoon. There ha? been ■ 1" -
j fion of this race started each day. and yes
tterday's Held was simply the "survival of
the fittest."
Louis W. Winans's imported ■stallion Wll
ly won rhis rare just as he wins everything
I else, and jrave an exhibition of manners
that American-b^ed horses would do well to
j copy. Willy has hffn trained to stand until
the r<*st of the field have scored and
I reached him on ■ trot. Then he shoots
ahead, and usually has the pole by the time
i they have reached the quarter mark. It
was not so yesterday, however, for In the
. first heat William Dev«=son's Baron Dell
took th* pole and showed the way to the
I three-quarter post. where Willy reached
j even terms. They came down the home
stretch like a pair in double harness, but it
j was enousrh for Willy to put several
| l^neths hptwppn them at the finish. The
[ time was not fast in any of the heats, for
a wind which amounted almost to a gale
swept ihe course and the track was hard.
In tli^ next heat Willy took the lead at
the word "Go" and never relinquished his
advantage from start to finish. He trotted
the second heat in 2:10 U.
H. K. Devereux's chestnut mare Teasel
was the favorite in the 2:09 class for trot
ters, but she suffered a crushing defeat at
the hands of W. M. Parslows bay stallion
General H. which won in straight he«ts in
9514 and 2:* 1 ?.
T^as^l drew third position, but she cor
away a lenjrth ahead of th» rest of the
field and immediately took the pole, here
she held General H. second, Alice Roose
velt third and Demaiest fourth. Miss
Baratone drew the pole, but she made a
break almost at the getaway which put her
out cf the runninzr. The General took the
pole at the three-quarter post and he came
down tlie homestretch at a clip that dis
tanced Soprano and put Teasel in fourth
place at the wire. W. J. Andrews sat be
hind Soprano, and in the next heat he cot
up behind Teasel and drove her a mile
which made her elifribie. for second money.
Shf was forced to divide the honors with
Alice Roosevelt, however, and second ar.d
third money -was s-plit up between them, as
was fourth money between Demarest. with
his score o*f S— 6. »nd Aquln, which finished ;
5-3.
The first split heat race of th« meeting
was the -"."• pace, when Ess H. Kay. a
black stallion by Direct Hal. was forced to
abdicate in favor of T. N. Murphy's Baron
Whip? in the •-: heat. Ess H. Kay was
leading in the first heat, with Richard Dela
field's newly purchased Walter Hal just at
the wheel of his sulky, when the bay stall
ion went up in the air and Walter Hal
took the lead at the half mile mark. He
maintained his advantage until he turned
into the homestretch, when Baron Whips
passed the rest of the field and won first
place. Waiter W. finished la second place
in this I eat. and in the next heat he took
the lead, with the Barcn in second position.
Ess H. Kay had the race practically won,
however, a" the three-quarter post, and
though T. N". Murphy urged his gelding
with whip and voice, the best he could do
was a good seoond.
There was a misunderstanding: in the next
heat, for all of the entries answered the
hell prepared to start in and win a heat if
the- could. They were not allowed to start.
imwever. and finally the two heat winners.
Baron Whips and Ess H. Kay, took matters
into their own hands and went away with
out the word, apparently oolivious to the
clanpinjc of the bell. After * lonsr consulta
tion it was announced to the expectant
publio that by mutual _■■■• heat
wo.jld be allowed to stand. Ess H. Kay
won easily, aid it was apparent that IV>
wouM have had the race in straight heats
if he had not broken in the first. No time
nas tak*n on the final heat.
Th«* meeting- will end to-day with The
=tronp*>st pro:ramm» of the week, four
ra<"*»s teinrr or. ;iie card — the pacing division
nf the fla.ooo Matron Futurity, the ?2.tV«>
Born*r Memorial Stake-- for 2:25 troti - . in
which I>udi~ Archdsl" _-•>■: start: the
52,-ViO I'nion Stakes for 'I:^> pacer with
g*>v«?rnl 2:>'6 horses in •■'■: the
final rac*" for the J2.-sf«> Speedway Ftakos
for 2rW trotters to v. aeon.
The summaries follow:
TROTTING -- 2:<>P <~-UAS> - CEXTREVILLE
STAKES. 51 .W<0 — TWO IN THRBK.
f>n"ral H b *.. by Cbmbfneer. W. M
farsiow iHaae. ' l
A'i<-<» Rooß^V^lt, eh. m.'. by The S»arrh»r,
\V. M. Moffitt <Murphyt - *
•j> a «;»l. "h. rii., by Allan r>nwn«. 11. K.
I^-vfpux iS^ianki + -
Aa'Jin. b. s.. by Aquilin, Alonzo McDonald
lilcDonald) fl 3
[»^rr!a--! i T.. b. =:.. by Ariel Highwood, K. F.
G«era «Jon«l 3 6
>s H^Uini. hr. g . by B^llinf, W. B. Dlcli
*-rnu<n ir>ick»rmani •"> •"
ITlf* Barator". h- in-, by Karatnn^. David
' Sliaw iMcDevJtt) ' 7 7
Tlm^. 2:07 U. -OS
PAf"ING-2:'.> CLASS— BEACON ?TAKE3.
$l.."JW.t— TW'> IN THREE.
-« ?{ Ray. bile si. by Diro<n Hal. S. H.
Knox ... • ■ ■ ••••■" 11
Saron Wbipe. '•h. g.. hv . Bar-jn Dtllcn. „ „
T W Murphy (Murphy) ' " 2
CTalt«T W.« X c hy IJttlf Frank. E. F
Ovr* < G«ers t - ?
3iack)<-Tk. Mr. p.. : by Cuckoo, G"»npra!
VT B. ... 3 »
f.alt^r U&i. er ?.. hy WaltCT- Direct,
Rfhar-i L«Mafi*ld (Morrayl i ♦
ithan BobarU. br. S. Ethan Rnb^rt.
J. L. Mnrpby <H»iiy> ■ 5 R
Tim". 2KB. 2.a-.s t .
rUOTTING TO WTAGON 2:16 CLASS-^-
SPEEWVAY STAKES. $2^OO— TWO IN
TIiRES.
A'ii'y. !»• f-. by Wllburn il.. A. C Pennocfc
( V. at n-rson t ' '
:jir«?ot Titif. b. «-., by ■■■•"■ .F. •>
Ryan <Buti«»r> ♦ 2
L>f-11. hr. «.. by Delmarch, William
Doveson iDereson) ....2 •"'
,abi^ Mai.J. i.lk. in., 1-y Rudy, T. W. Mm
phy <J<'n*»f=> ■• 4
?«i Pr Dors- !.. c.. !>>• Moving Star. D.
sh«»- <Sha.»> ;;■;'" m.
•=rr.a!ia.n oh. g Thomap GJ Uin-ls iHindsi. flls
Tim*>. 2:ll'*, 2:l<»'.i.
ENTRIES AT SARATOGA.
KIP^T RACE— Handicap; for ' *<• ■ '-a' lids;
*■ .. acc<-J. Kiv* and a haif furlorcs.
Nam- Wt.j Name. «'.
RnVkrille 22 Herta«oo m
H»a?h«»rliP» in ll.iiGoloen K <?« ™
Buunrer lU^.lilv M 3 ht I<W
pj ine^i 1 1 1 j Rcfcon »<>-
PiovkHia 107 l^adaaett* •<;;
Corinth JOTlFuotlall ... it-
GaunUel lO4J
SECONIJ RACE S^lllrp; for thre«-year-ol<l» ;
S4<ki a<l-1.-<!. Six furlones.
(Varpia 116 Baron Di'skau 1""
DanneW 113 : 1 „-sn- }*'-
I'ollie \jevy n:!jK.>lle Mawr l«l
Sl*>Uizht 107 ■;•( -. Slava '••»
•Mewnns I«6I *Agni< r • ->-
Cliarlie Harpra ve. . .Km:
THIRD HACK- Han-.iia;,; for ill Bges; *' "'
added. < >ne lnile.
Sir John Johnson. . .133 •-:. • 1: MM
nr«toi)f I :> Barleythoi pc •"■'
PriaciilUui llH (zal 10.1
R«ati| ■ • »17j8h«Bnon «""
Martinez !"'■< i Laytninoter S7
Prince 'ia! '"'■'
j.t,rRTH RACE THE AMSTERDAM: sfilinjr:
r.l three olda and upward guaranteed
crrias vaJu«- $2.00f1_ 'in*- mile.
Firestone lllJCofcon 103
Martinez 111 -X.,, qud 1 ■''
N'iurtju- 108 Protend ■ 1"'
Rthtl^ouche MJS I* Black ford ■ 9 8 ;
r>re*m«T '"" i Mary Davis ■■
Cjuarllco I-ifiiilirman silver • "•' j
iwauc-oup lO6]Galley .^lave S : »
FIFTH RACE— fielllng; f^ir i*o-yeEr-oIds; $4 »>
a ,j,jf.d. Seven furl-in;s.
Ii fn ljeea : ;.».. n '03
4>j»-l '""•< liam «nc '"-
EandhUl HiT j -,». Kenycn *<»
Korrnak '"• Pteaaanl »JJ
Amalfl ">" •■:•:■ Baillfl ■ I a •»•:■ ' »'
w- tire Whin ■ "♦ i
}«,, |o«jNo.e«ay 2
•in- IJuenner KM.lndom ■"
•<Wld of Oplilr I'M 'Discontent I ' 7
Old H">' ' 1 iM
.SIXTH RACE --For maiiitms three years old
a:i<J upward; *■!'•■■ added. <n\e mi!e.
r>iahop I"\'M. «^anil)on >''•'
Uuncraggan K'Xiiianois Ray }'" ,
rwron DUWk»u |«* Shanir. ■ , ™
Captain Cassatt 105 Projectile J^
Clandorr !•« U.l v Moni'lla «
I lea 1 of th^ Hount'n l«Js|Btu« Tie ... ■■■
a '
NEW-YORK DA— i' TRIBI'VK, FRTDAY. Wnr^r Jfi. 1010.
English Tolo Tlayers 'Win
Ranelagh Beats Bryn Mawr, While Perroquets
Down Meadow Brooks.
(By Telegraph to The Tribune.] i
Xarragansett Pier. R. 1.. Auk. 25.— The
English polo four of Ranelaeh and the
Perroqueta won the opening games of the
«=emi-flnals of the : open championship
tournament on the field of the Point
Judith Polo Club here to-day. Rane
lagh defeated the Bryn Mawr four by a
score of 12 1 -? Koals to <•% coals, while the
Fernxruets created a sr-npation by ov» r
rominp the stHrlint: four of Meadow Brook
by a srnr» of <ii eon is to s\i poalp. There
was a doubling in the victory .if Ranelagh,
a? it ha.l been mutually arr-inge<l to have
thai match also decide the Narrasfaneetl
Cup final, fo that with the ten goals al
lowed by the handicap added to their score
Bryn Mawr came off the winner of that
trophy.
The Earl of Rocksavage and R. Gre n f»ll
were the leaders on the Ranelagh side and
they outrode and hit far Buperior to their
opponent?. Ip to the fourth period the
score he]i) evenly. After that Raneiasrh
becran some darinK ridinpr that soon sent i
them into the lead . Robert E. Stra\vnndp<-.
at No. •".. and ( \ R. Smith, at back, tried to J
stop them without avail, for the Ensllpli- \
men scored easily, and with the benefit of [
speedy little ponies held the ball always in ;
their opponents' territory. :
The <=nrprisiiiß defeat of the Meadow i
Brooks was largely caused by the unusual
weakness of their chief players. Devereaux ;
Milburn hit poorly at every st.-.^-. He j
seemed to lajk direction and missed any
number of promising attempts. On 'the
other side the team work was ragged, but j
at the i ritical times they managed to ride i
off the Meadow Brooks and saved the ]
match by a fraction of a goal. ;
The match for the novice cups prod ■ ed I
READY FOR ELGIN RACES INDIANS BACK TO LIFE
Well Known Drivers Try Out McGinnity Pitches His Team to
Autos Over the Course. Victory Over Montreal.
The first of the national stock chassis
automobile races at Elgin will be ridden
this morning a: 10 o'clock.
This will be the race for the smaller cars,
with a piston displacement of 161 to 230
cubic inches. The circuit, according to th»
official survey, is S miles 2.499 feet in
length, and the contestants f^r this race
will circie the course sixteen times, or 135
miles 3.024 feel. Entered in this race are
two Fords, a Cole, a Benz, a Warren and
two Stayers. This field should put up a
very fast race.
Kane County race wil be «« ant\
■ IHO miles 2,460 feet. Two Marmons,
a Marion, a Cintt, a Kisselcar an<l a < 'nri>in
are entered in this fixture.
The last raoe to-day will ho for the 1111
■ trophy, for <-ar!= under 600 in< he? ili.«
placecnent. This is twenty-four laps
. . r 3 miles 1.896 f« ■
Tlie !'lp event ■n-i'i b+- held to-morrow and
will rakp the pla<-<=- of '■'•■:" Lowell race,
■which has heen run for pevera! years, but
la to be discontinued this y^nr on account
of tIk 1 inabil;t\- of the promoters to obtain
control "f the roads.
The cars entered ami the drivers follow:
No. Car. Driver.
1 .. National V. W. Greiner
2 Black Crow U. Stinson
3 Lozier Ralph Mulford
4 Marnion Ray Harroun
ft Simplex George Robertson
« A 100 Harry Grant
7 .. National . ..AI Ijlvlnff stone
s Simples It. Sa: nor
5» Kisselkar .... ...H. Endlcott
10.., Marmon T. r>awson
11 . . Matheson . . C. Bas'^
•2 Kr..-.T Barney Oldfield
14 Jackson . K. F. ?cheifler
So number 1" was given out. This na
tional race will be of 30", mil and 30 feet.
There has been much speculation as to
what the averace mileage an hour would
be in tlie Mr rare to-morrow. Grant with
hi? Alco and Mulford with his I»zier, have
been making crood time. The course has
been somewhat . improved by re. »nt rains,
but is still far from beinar as fast as the
Vanderbilt course. The racing of the first
day may pack the road so that an average
of sixty miles -a ill be possible.
Chevrolet's mark of 69.9 milet average
made in .i race of 113." miles, is out of the
question, according to the reports made by
the drivers who have been tuning up their
cars in preliminary trials, Grant made an
averaue of "52. S in his victory in the Van
derbilt last year with an Alco. The Low
ell average should be exceeded without dif
ficulty. This wa= n1.2 miles for a distance
of 212 miles.
S m Butler, chairman of the content
board of the American Automobile Associ
ation, has announced that Den Smith, pro
moter of the OM;lr-l<1- Robertson automobile
ra.ee •.-:..,-.! at Brighton Beach Motordrome
oil September 3 and "• (iiabor Day), has i]o
posited with him > •>■•' in cash to cover all
• --.-. mono}' ■•"• ed the winners of the
various n i^ on the programme
The prizes will be paid out of this $1,900
by Chairman Butler on the order of the
referee. Mr. Smith has taken this action
as an evidence of good faith.
KEENE NOT TO RETIRE
New York Turfman Plans to
Continue in Racing; Game.
[By Tel«grrapo to T\v Tribune. I
T/exincton, Ky , Aug. 25.— That James R.
,\.-n«-. the millionaire New York turfman,
is to continue in the racing same was posi
tively announced to-day by Major F. a.
Daingerfield, brother-in-law of Mr. Kepne
and manager of the Castletoa Stud. Major
Dalngerfle.ld, who has been manager of the
K«-<-nt- stud for a number of years, stated
that the sale of many of the Keene horses
in New, York was for the purpose of re
ducins: a stable which was too large and
that next spring a strong string will repre
sent the Ke»-ne .-olors on the turf. It is not
known whether Mr. Keene will, race any
of his horses during the winter.
The breeding establishment at Castleton
will be maintained as it hits been in the
past, and Major Daingertieid is confident
that no ch;inge will be made. At present
there are several promising yearlings at
Castleton, as well as a large number of
famous brood mares, which have colts that
are sired i.- -„■!.•• of the most noted stall-
Kins in America.
It was stated that at the close of the
racing season in the Bast; this month. Mr.
K'e^r.»- would retire from the turf, and al
though several of his horses have been sold
h« will have a large string ready to race
by the time the spring season opens.
FINE KLEM AND KANE.
. President Lynch of the National League
announced last night that Klem and Kane,
the umpires who wen to have cefereed the
New York-Chicago game in Chicago to
day, had been lined $2T>. Although assigned
to the contest, the arbitrators went to
Pittsburg and it was necessary lo press
two players into service as umpires In Chi
cago.
STARS IN PRESS CLUB MEET.
Signed entry blanks are pouring in by
scores for the his meet of th« New York
Press Club Athletic Association, which Is
... bf. held in American Lea«uc Piirk on
September 17. Ti»^ handsomest prizes ever
awarded for an athletic meeting In Amer
ica have attracted the entries of all the
cracks, and world's, Olympic, national, col
leHiate. Canadian and military champions
will i•- in the battling, if .m., i • raj nor
is well enough he • 111 ■.!». late h« honorary
rftf»ree, Jam !•> Sullivan, president of the
Metropolitan Association, ii- in« down as
acting referee --.- ■-
[U« I
. good sport, and Miss Emily Randolph v.as
i once more In the thick of every chase after
the ball. Her hitting was also excellent as
she scored three of the five goals tallied by
her team, which defeated the Yankees by
i the net score of 5 coals to 2 3 4 goal?.
i The line-ups follow:
-
RANELAGH. | BRTN HAWK.
No. 1— t.rr,] Hush Oros-1 No. 1— A.l<ian*T Brown,
vr-nor. No. 2— H. W. Harrison.
j No. 2 R. Qrenfcli I No. 8- R. B. Straw
: No. 8- Earl of Rock- bridge
ssvajre. Back— C. B. Smith.
i Rack — F. V Gill.
Goals scrr°n: Tor Ranela-srh -Lord Hush
i Gro«=venor. 5: R. Gr«lfell.;s; Karl of Tt<v-ksav
! see. 3: lost by penalty. > 7 coal for foul *7
| Earl of n.-.i-ksa- ac" :m I «■ •>■•>. 12 ; ? peals. For
I Bin Mawr— H. \V. Harrison. 4. Alexander
Brown. £: i"*-' by penalty. '» coal each for two
! teula hv R. E. Strawbr!d|r«' an-1 'i z"" ; {r>r
'■ « : ,ro-- net « . re, 4*i sroals. Referei* "■ JT.
j H^litip--. Time of game - Eight periods of "'■»
; mini!'- .« each.
PBRBOQIETS ! MEADOW BROOK.
1 No. I— F. H. Prince. iNo.I— J. - 1" ipp«.
I No. 2— Harry Rich. '• No. 2— J M. WatertHiry,
I No. 3— W. Balding, j jr.
! Rack — R. '.. Agassis. ! No. 3 — M. ftev^nson.
! Back— P. Mil! urn.
<;<'a : s scared: F r Pwn cruets — Harry Rich. 3;
I W. Raldinjr. 3: F. H. Prinoe. 1. lost by penalty,
! •} goal for fell by Harry Rich am) \ (?'>*> each
i for two saf^ti"?:: net ■cor* 1 , h goals. For Meadow
! Brook James M. Wefrbury. jr.. 2; Malcolm
.-tp- Tson. 2: J. P. Phippa, 1; D<»vereaiix Mil
burn. I: lr«=r by penalty. '■? robl for foul by
II 1 — -t--.->i;\ Milburn an ' 4 poal for safety; n«>t.
s-nro. .-■•< erjals. R<>f>r<=.> — H. H. rTolm<". Time
of (ram<? — Bieht periods ■■' 7'; minutes each.
! ' '
COTTAGERS. | YANKEES.
No. I— Miss Emily j No. 1- -R. M< an.
Randolph. j No. 2- R. j-UilU-an.
No. 2 R. P. Smith. [No.3—P. S. P. Ran-
No. :; -t'aul Jrres I d >ipb, jr.
Bark— John Fcil. ' : Bach F. Smllie.
Gorji: scored: For Cozi&gers — Mips Rand
:!. R. P. Smith. 2. Net score .". goals. For
Yankees— P. S. P. Randolph, jr.. 3: F. Smilie.
1. Lost by penalty. '.- £:,->:,! -a - for fouls by
Randolph and another. and ', gr.al for
safety. Net scor«\ 2 x i K«ala Referee — E.irl
Kopptnjr. Time of game— Six periods of ~Vs
minutes each.
Montreal. Aug. 25.— Joe McGinnity and
his Newark Indians arrived here to-day
with the determination to make amends
for the disastrous series at Toronto, and.
; as a result, the home players were scalped
by a score of 5 to 2. Rochester also de
feated Baltimore, so that the Newark play
ers did not make up any lost ground.
McGinnity was the twirler for his team,
and he had the home players guessing
most of the time. The score follows:
Newark:. Montreal.
abr lb po a•> .li;h». rf.... 4 1 'i 3 10
Zirp man. 401 2 lfliYeagpr, :\\, -, 0O O SI
Ganley, rf. 400 l lOjJonee cf... 402 1 00
I.oud»n. ss 40 1 2 4 0 JDemmltt, if 4« 1 1 00
Gettman.cf 3" m ! oO'Xartress 2b 20 0 3 7 0
Kelley, if.. 433 I OOCockill, lb.. 3 0114 00
Sohlafly. 2b 401 3 sol Holly, ss... 100 ■- 2 1
Agler. lb. . 412 s lOJKricheil. c. 40 1 3 10
McAirter.c 11 B 2 0 E. Jones, p 110 0 11
Waddell. 400 1 01 'Hardy. .. 100 0 00
McGinity.p <><>•> 0 0 o|\Vi XS ib p... <io<> f) 0 0
jtEast . ... 00 0 0 0 0
Totals. . .04 592712 1 j Totals. . . 28 2527 1! 3
•Batted for Jonea in eighth inning Batted
for TVisjKS In ninth Inning.
Newark 11 1 O I o 0 2 o 1— -
Montreal p 0 2 <> 0 0 o 0 0 — 2
Tw«-base hits— Kelly. McAllister. Sacrifice
hit— -Nattress. Stolen bases— Agler f2>, Waddell.
First base on error -Montreal. ]. Struck out —
By TVaddoll. 8: by K. Jonea. 1. Bases on balls —
Oft* \Vari»loH. 7: ofT E. .lore?. 4. Double play —
Julx- and Kattreoa. Wl . pitch — E. Jone? ' 1
Passed balls— Kriohell. 2. Hits— Off E. Jones 7
in 7 innings: off TVaiidell. a in 8% Innings. T>ft
en — Newark: fi: Montreal. 9 empires —
Murray and Byron.
JERSEY CITY, 5; TORONTO. 3.
Toronto, Aug. 25.— Jersey City won a ten
inning contest from the locals to-day by a
score of 5 to 3. The score follows:
JERSBT CITY. [ TORONTO.
abrlbpo a «• ; abrlbpo a »
Esmond. 3b 421 1 1 1 ?haw rf 400 1 00
A.bstein. lb 5 1 3 18 00 Kelly, rf . . . 100 0 00
P'nineer.cf 50 2 ."> 00 Mullen 2b 500 0 •; 0
Wheeler, rf 41 1 0 r»o|O*«ara. ef. 310 1 <> 0
Johnson, ss sno 1 4 oj?!!attery lb 502 I" "0
Hanford. If 41 2 1 0 OlDelehanty.lf :5 1 2 1 no
Han - fan.2b 2no 1 5 o|McDoiTld.3b 11 i 20
Butler c.. ton p in Vaughn, ss. 30 2 r> .-» <»
Frill, p.... 4" ° " 3 OlTormeman. c 402 !» 3 0
fKillian. p. . . 400 0 3 0
Totals .37 3n5314 1 j Totals 38 31>33 10 0
.7. -st- City. ...0 0002 1 0 0 •> 0 2 .*•
Toronto .0 0 0 0 11 3 0 0 0 0 o—3
Two- has*- hits— >:.-•- Deininfcer. Three
ba*e -PpinlnKT. Esmond, Abstain Home
run— H,nfnrH. Stmck out -By Frill. 7 ; hv Kll
llan. 7. Bases on balls— Off Prfll. 3: off Kllllan
4. IV)ub!° plays Killian. Vaughn and Slatterv
Johnson, Hannifan an.l AbstPin. L*f| on basea-r-
Jersey Oty. "■ Toronto, H. Cmplres— Kelly and
Halllgan.
ROCHESTER. 3: PROVIDENCE. 0.
At Rochester - R_n F*
Hn<-host<»r .. .0 2 S 0 3 0 0 O x— 9 i" 0
Providence ....(> 0 0 o ft a o n o O 6 ■»
Ratterl^s Hnim^ and Blair, Marten: Bar
herjeh. Randolph ancl Peterson. Umpires- Boyle
and Hurst.
BAY STATE MEM WIN
Beat New York Chess Players in
State Congress.
IBy Telegraph to The Tribune. I
Ontario Beach. Rochester, Aug. 2.".. -As
was srenerally expected, the representatives
of Massachusetts won the team match on
Fix hoards against an equal number of men
from the Kmpire State, this contest being
on« of the features of th* congress of the
New York State Chess Association.
When this affair was begun, last night, it
appeared that four master players were
ready, to play against New York, assisted
by two men of leaser rank, while New York
had only two experts at her disposal, be
! ing obliged to add four amateurs to com
plete th** team. Massachusetts won four
points, her adversaries only two. The act
ual score, however, while being fully ex
pected, does not give a clear conception of
the fight, which ran at one stage of the
contest rather in favor of the Empire men.
Searle, for Instance, had his man well
beaten, but made a fatal error in the end
game stage, losing a piece and the game.
Guckemus, too, ought to have won his
game, but failed to make the best or it
and allowed his adversary to escape with
a draw.
Still another man. M. Martin, might with
careful play have drawn his game,
hut lost. On the other hand, it might
be mentioned that. WaJcotl had much the
better gam- m his tight with the Brook
lyn expert Black, and ought to have won.
AS It was, the game was adjudicated a
draw. While Howard disposed of Daly In
unmistakable style. Dr. Lepper did like
wise for Massachusetts by out-playing
Waller in like fashion.
Two dubs only began play for possession
of the Qeneaee trophy, namely, the Roches
ter Chess Club and the Oneida County
combination. Buffalo and Syracuse with
drawing from the contest to-day, The first
match between these organizations ended
in a draw, each side winn'ng two games
Another match will therefore be necessury
to decide the destiny of the cup.
In th« fifth round of the masters' tourney
the .Brooklyn player, R. T. Black, suffered
defeat at the hands of the Bostonlan,
Clarke, while Walcott was beaten by Duly'
In the sixth round Clarke added another
point to Inn score by disposing of Daniel
while WalCOtt heal R. T. Black in a fine
game, Sicilian defence adopted i, v Black
who was mated after twenty-ntae moves'
This was one of the best games contested
In this tournament.
The record of the players to date follows:
Masters' tourney Black won 2 ami lost 3
•"■lark won 3 anil lost 1; Daly won 2 and' lost I •
l>ani<»l won - and lc»t 3; (VaJcoti won 2 an ,j
I st 3.
(ient-ra! tourney 'lam* \i — Cheney won 2'i
ana l<;st 4 '-_' . Guekcmus «' (i n 2 and Jost 4- Dr
Uppar won 4 and 1 ■< 1; UcMarttn won 3 and
loal 3: RhnadVa won l . and lost 5*4; Sttarle v,., n
.';'.. and lost '-„ Waller won 4'j and 1 — l tt, ■
Weber won 1 and i"st 5.
« 'las* n — Btaphanaon won 1 and lust I; Millar
\»i.n .Hj und \o» I'-.-; Ring won 2 ' and i,,» t
C'i ;- Town-*eiiil won ZM hh'l h««t 2S: »"»a* win
2 iiHU l^( .;. «hr Wl >n ; „au 1..« ii[ 1.
POUND WILTSE HARD
Cubs Defeat the Giants with Cus
tomary Ease.
COLE CHECKS VISITORS
Young- Chicago Twirler Holds
New York Nine to Three
Scattered Hits.
Chicago. .A is. 25.— The Chicaso Cubs won
their eleventh victory in the fifteen sanies
played with th« <;ia!it<3 this season when
they defeated their old rivals by a score
of •? to 1 in the opening came of the series
to-day. Oeorsre Wilts**, once a terror to the
Cubs, was no awe inspiring figure on the
pitcher's mound. In the -ix Innings ■rWch
he twirled the Cube pounded him for ten
lilts, and most of these were for extra
bases. "Kins:" Cole officiated for Chicago
and was invincible. The Giants could do
nothing with his curves, and made only
thr?e scattered hits.
Although Cole a* fr^e with his passes
and gave his opponents several opportuni
ties to score, they were slow to press their
advantage. The brilliant fielding of Bh*ek
ard and Hofman was a^ain the mainstay
of the home defence. Seven put-outs were,
credited to the Chicago left fielder, and it
was largely dw to his efforts that New
York was onaote to score when the out
look was particularly bright.
McGraw's '.suspension was lifted this af
ternoon and he appeared on the field in
uniform aprain. It wa.« the first game on
the trip in which he has been able to keep
in close touch with the team. There was
some misunderstanding: about the umpires
slated for the game, and none of L.ynch's
staff appeared. Overall, of the Cubs, and
Keeler. of the Giants, were chosen to um
pire by mutual consent.
I^arry Doyle's triple in the first inninz
went a Ion;; way toward savine the visitors
from a shut-out. Although Devore proved
I to he an easy out. Doyle rapped the ball to
deep centre for three bases. Snodt;rass
. walked and T^arry came home with the only
run scored by the Giants when Murray sent
I out a sacrifice fly to Sheckard. Although
Snod^rass made a clean steal of second,
Bridwell lifted an easy one for Tinker.
! Murray Rot a scratch hit at the opening
of the fourth and Bridwell walked, but Dcv
: lin and Merkle struck out, while Meyers
i lined to Evers.
Murray filed out to Sheckard in starting
I off in the sixth, but Bridwoll dropped a
j neat triple to centre field. Sheckard. how
; ever, got under long hits by Merkle and
! Meyers, and retired the side.
BridweH's error gave Tinker a life In the
i second. He took third on Kong's single
i and tied the score on Cole's perfect bunt.
| Wiltse was hit hard in the third. Hofman
; lifted a home run into the grandstand as
a starter. Archer floated to Doyle. Uut
Zimmerman tripled. While Snodgra?3
! caught Schulte a fly Zimmerman scored
when Meyers dropped the ball on the
throw-in. Tinker tripled to centre field
■ and scored on Klin?'? single.
In the fifth inning Archer doubled and
Zimmerman beat out a bunt toward third.
! Then Tinker drove a double to right Held,
scoring Archer and Zimmerman.
The score follows:
CHICAGO. NEW YORK
abr lbpoaei abrlbpoa*
Kvers. 2b.. 50 0 1 I•> r>«\ore. 1f... 30 0 200
Sherkard.lf s<» 0 70 0; Doyle. 2b.. 41 1 231
Hofman, rf 3 I 2 3 <>O|Sncdgrass. cf X>> O 300
* Archer, lb 4 I 1 » 0 1 1 Murray: rf . . 30 1 300
Zim'man.3h 4 2 2 2 3 OJBridwen. ss. 20 1 22 1
Schultfc rf SO I 0 0 Devlin. 3b... 300 lOn
Tinker, is. 4 2 2 "21 M»rkl», lb. . . 4<> 0 00
Klin- c. . . 4<> 2 200 Myers c 400 400
Cole, p.... 4 0 1 0 3 o*WUtse. p... 200 110
ICrandall. p.. 000 000
•Becker . tOO 00 0
tSchaefer 10 0 00 0
tali . . . ■>'■ 81127 9 - Totals 30 1 324 6 2
•Batted for Wiltse In seventh inning. fßat
tpil 'or Cranrlal! in ninth tnn'.nß.
Chicago ...0 1 3 0 2 o © O x—c,
New York 1 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 d— l
Two base hits — Archer. Tinker. Thr>" aaa ;
hit." — Doyle. Zimmerman. Tinker. Home run —
Hofman. Hits— Off Wilts*?, Irt in « lnninjrs: off
rrandall. 1 in - ir.r.lnc". Sacrifice hits — Mur
ray. Schulte. Stolen bases — Snodsrrass. Ever*.
Left <-n bases — New York. 9: Chicago, S. First
base on bails — Off Cole. .'.. off Wilts*, I. First
base or; errors — Chicago, 2. New York, I. Hit
by pitcher —By Cole (Devore). Struck out— By
Pole, 2: by WlltSf. 3; by < "randall 1. Time-
1:40." Umpires— Overall and Keeler.
BOSTON. 7; CLEVELAND. 4.
Boston. Aug. Mitchell. Cleveland' 3
pitcher, went wild In the eighth Inning to
day, and by a batting rally Boston won a
same apparently lost, the score, heina: 7 to 4.
Smith was batted hard in the first part of
the game, but Wood was very effective.
The soon* follows:
BOSTON j ("I£VEU.VD.
ahr Ibpo a «| ahr lb pc a *■ :
Hcoper. rf. 30 I 5 I 0 Turner. 3b. 4<> 1 0 0 0
Furiell. ,1h 2 1 2 2 00|Thoma*n.rT 4 1 2 0 10
Speaker, cf 2 1 0 2 00] Bir'liam, cf 4113 10
*tshl. lb.. 41 8 10|I,ajoi*. 2b. 4 1 1 3 2 0
Lewis. If.. 4111 Bt ■■til. lh 4! 2 « <> '»
Wagner ss 2 1 1 0 21 1 Krifßor. If 4 0 2 2 OO
Kngle. 2b.. 31 1 1 3 o|Ball, ss... 4O i 3 21
Klelnow. c3OI 7 lOll.and. C...99 1 7 2 1
>• Smith, pOOO I) 30 Mitchell, p 30 0 O SO
•Moskiman. 000 0 OtHHarkriPss.p no i> >> 0 0
Wood, p... 210 1 1 OJ+XilPs . I<i o 0 00
tlfall ... 0 0 0 " (in
> arrlgan. c 000 0 0 0
1
Totals.. .25 772712 1| Totals. . .;.". 41124 II 2
•Hat?.-'] for Harkaesa in 1 I nth Inning tßat
t«»d for Smith in third inning. Batted for
Kleinow hi eighth inning.
Boston 0 1 0 0 © » O « x- 7
Cleveland .0 «> 4 I) O n .1 o — 4
Two-has* hit — T-ajoie. Three-has* hit— Hooper
Hits--<~>ff Smith, « in 3 lnnln«r»; off Wo<->d. 5
In rt innlnps; ■"■' Mitchell, >; in 7 2-3 innings.
off Harkness. 1 In 1-3 inning. Sacrifice hlrs —
Hooper, Birmingham. Sacrifice files — Hall.
Wagner. Stolen bases — I^ewiu. Warner (2),
Kni?le. Double play — Hooper and Kleinow. I>»ft
on Cleveland, 8: Boston, «. First baso
on halls— Off Mitchell. <i. off Smith. 3; off Hark
ness. 2. Firm base on errors -Boston, I. Hit
by pitcher By Mitchell (Speaker,). Struck out -
By Mitchell. 8; by Smith. 1; h y Wood, 4.
Time— i':«K). Umpires— Perrine and Dineen.
MANY PLAYERS ENTERED.
Nearly fifty players participated In the
opening rounds of singles: in the all-comers'
lawn tennis tournament which opened yes
terday afternoon on the Riverside Tennis
courts, at 96th street and West End avenue.
The summary follows:
First round— M A. BergTelt Deal William Tot
bey — 10, 6 — li M. A. Qraabow b«it I 1I 1 W
BiHwilley, ft-4. fi — »: M. Sheldon beat M. Vea
body. rt— 3. rt— 4 V. ShultzberK beat A J May
er. B—l.8 — 1. o—2: M. H. McGutre ceat H. H. knapp.
«— 4. ft— o.
Second round — Rev. E. H. Ijiwther beat A.
Mandelstum, ft— 1. — : Irving Ottesbera beat
K. W. Stout. »»— -• 1— 'V «— 4; H. Cuilman beat
J. R. Marks. «— O. rt— 4. Paul Foerster beal V.
L. Pett!«rew, «l-2. 8—1; a E. Hoibrooh bent
S. 11 Voshell. by default; .1. F. Sanmda beat
W. U Kinkend, 2— fl, ft— 3. *-l; Henry %Vfs^l
tler beat K. Reardon. fl — », n— 6. tl — 1; U Drey
fus bad Allan Read. «— 4. «~- 3; c;. W. SHlinKer
b«nt W. Dreyfus. o—3. 6—3;6 — 3; P. Shult2berg beat
McGulre, 7— B. B—l.
ORIOLES WIN AND LOSE.
At Buffalo — First game ' r.h b
Baltimore 0 0 0 l (> 3 1 0 o—6 't» 2
Buffalo ... - 0 I o 0 0 » .1 0 I—^ 4 2
Batteries — Maroney and Uyer«: Taylor and
Williams.
S«-i-ontl jfume— |> h X
Buffalo " " " •> 0 •• it •• 2—2 1 1
Baltimore 0 8 0 0 0 >> 1 <> — 1 .1 •_>
Batteries— Carrnlehael and Woods; Adklns and
Qsaa. Umpirts — Stafford and Flnneran.
TRI STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Johnstown. 12; Reading, 3.
rlarrißburs;, I; York, I,
Willlamsport.ll; Lancaster {
. Trenton, 7; Altoona,' i.
NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE RESULTS.
Worcester, 6; nn, 1.
Lynn. 7; Worcester, 4.
Kail River. 6; Brockton, 3.
New Bedford. 7; Lawrence !
Lowell. 3; Haverhiil.' 1.
STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Elmiia. 3: Albany. 0.
Syracuse. 4; Wllkes-Rarre, 1.
in. a. ♦: Scranton. 3
' Utica. •; Si-ranttin, 8
Troy, ii; Hlnt;hanHi>n. -
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE RESULTS.
New Haven. 7: Hartford. 0.
liOlj'Ofce. -': Bridgeport. I.
NoithumiM.n, ; ; diTlnsrukl. 1
'Baseball Fight
in Three Leagues
NATIONAL IJSAGCE GAMES TO-DAY.
Brooklyn at Pittxburs;.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
RESULTS OF GAMES VESTERDAT.
(h|r-a«o. 6; New York. I.
rittsbnrs:. 4: Brooklyn. X.
# Philadelphia. 7: < inrinnat). 2.
BoMtnn. 2; ?*t. lyoul*. 1.
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
W. U PI w. 1.. IT.
Chiraßo. . . 7fl 33 .685 inrinnati "•« •>** -4flt
Pltt«burc «7 43 .600 Brooklyn.. 44 *«* ■'•»'■
New York. 63 16 .577 St. I.oui^. . 44 70 .3X«
Phlla .%7 55 .509' Boston 41 74 .362
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES TO-DAY.
( lii<:uj-> at New York.
St. I.mil* at Philadelphia.
Detroit at tVa»hln«ton.
Cierelaod at B«»ton.
RF.SIIJS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
New York. H; Chicago. 4.
Boston. 7: Cleveland, i.
St. LoiiU. •»; Philadelphia. «.
Detroit. 3; >Va«hlnctoit, Z.
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING-
W. f^ p.c.i W. I- WAS.
Phlla ... 7» 31 .683 ( lereland . 5n ">4 .*« •
Boston... «» «H ..->Hfi '.Vailiinß'n 51 66 .136
Hew York 66 -.0 .56f» rhlr:ia:o. . . ♦•"» 6* .:«>*
Detroit... 65 5t .580 St. LonU. . 35 77 .312
EASTERN LEAGUE GAMES TO-DAY.
Newark at Montreal.
Jersey City at Toronto.
Baltimore at Buffalo.
Proviil*n«-e nt Rochester.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
Jersey City, 5; Toronto. 3.
. Newark. 5; Montreal. 2.
Baltijnore. 5: Buffalo. •*.
Buffalo. 1; Baltimore. I.
Rochester. 9; Providence, 0.
EASTERN LEAGUE STANDING.
W. L. P.C: W. i. P-<'.
Rochester 71 46 .607 Buffalo ... 55 ■ .470
Newark... 72 51 .585 Montreal. . 54 63 .462
Toronto 64 55 .538 Provld'nre 50 «° .420
Baltimore. «3 60 .512 Jersey < ity 50 73 .407
PIRATES BEAT SUPERBAS
Takes Champions Twelve Innings
to Win, However.
Pittsburg. Aug. 2T».— lt took the Pirates
twelve innings to beat the Superbas to-day
In the first game of the last series to be
played between the two clubs here. The
score was 4 to 3. Owing to the fact that
the Brooklyn team in previous games •--
season had beaten the Pirates eier.r times.
the "fans" turned out in great Html to
see the contest.
Lelfleld pitched nine innine? fot P ttsl •'-
allowing only four hits, ta ' ~ he:n?
home runs by Wiiea t and Hiimiwri T B
score beine: " to •"! ar the end of the nintiT.
Hyatt batted far T^eifleld In hope r . -
would pin< h in the necessary nin I m
As Hyatt failed in his purpose P'-.i'.iipi then
replaced Lrineld for tie three «xtra mnr.es
aiid iield the Superbas in ebeck.
George Bell twirled a tUrgamc
lyn. although tne Pirate? toocbed his -
for Pi^ven hits. The safetiea we*
.scatter-?.l and tailed to do the damage
might have done if they had been bunched.
The Pirates were also helped >>m a good
deal hy the loose field ■ - F the S
who made tour errors.
The «core follows:
PITTSBURG. OKU X
all r lb po a * abrlhpo a»
Byrne. 3b. 6 2 2 I 2 1 ( Davidson, ct 800 7 10
Leach cf. Hi 1 1 06 Daabert, lb 500 11 10
Clarke If. 40 3 7 00 Wheat. If.. 5 1110 0 0
Wamer.js 5 0 04 1•» Hummel. 2b 4 1 1 3 3 1
Flynn In SO 0 5 SO Bareb. rf.. *•! I OO
Wilson, rf 5 1 2 3 00 Lennox. 3b. 50 1 1 4 1
Gibson, c. 5 0 <> 7 1 0 Smith, ss... 3 I■> 1 4 2
M'K'nie.2b .■> 0 3 6 4 0 Bergen, c. . »•! 1 0»>
Lelfield. p •" ° 0 3 21! Bell. P •"■'*! ° 10
•Hyatt... 10 0 0 0 0
Phlllipp-.p 10 0 0 001
Totals.. **i 4 11 36 12 21 Totals C3fltS 14 4
•Ratted for LeiSeld in ninth inning. tTwo out
when winning run was scored.
Ptttabnrg ..0 0 0 8 0 2 1 0 • • • 11 — •
Brooklyn ...1 10O0O10'>O0 o—3!
Two-base hits — Bergen. Byrne. Thre»-basie hit ;
— Clarke. Home runs — Wheat, Hummel. Sai'rl- j
fice hit — Clarke. Stolen bases — Byrn» (2), Wil- j
son, McKechnie Smith. Bases on balls — Oft* I>"!- j
field. 2: off Philllppe, l; off Bell. 2 Struck out—
By I>eirield. 3; by Bell. 1. First base on errors —
Pittsburgh. 2; Brooklyn. 2. Left on taawi Ptttaw
burjr. 10; Brooklyn, ft. Hits— Off I-^ineM. 4 in »
r.ninss; off Phllllpp*, 2in " inning?. Time — 2:25.
Umpires ßrennan and O'Day.
PHILADELPHIA, 7; CINCINNATI. 2.
Cincinnati, Aug. 23. — Philadelphia hit
B cis freely, and this, combined with the
pitcher's wOdnees, allowed the visitors to
| win an easy victory over Cincinnati to-day !
by a score of " to 2. Moren was never in
danger after the third inning.
The score follows:
PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI.
ah rtb 1 a abrlbpo a •>'
Titu!i .40 1 200 .Cescher. If. 3 1•» 1 i> «
Kr.ate. 2b.. 51 1 51 0 F>ar>. 2b....i0t a 9 0
nates 0f... 4 «■> 1 4 00|HobUtzeU.lb 3i>li3 ft '> I
Masree If.. 422 3" ! » Mitchell, rf. 4" •> 2 OO
Grant. P.b. . . 121 020 jPaskert, cf. 30 1 000
Branaßald.tp 411 «1 " Lobert. 3b.. 31 1 3 2■>
: Doolan 53.. 4" 0 1 20 McLean. c. 4": 3 1"
Doom. c 402 4 I OJMeMUtaB. =. 901 0 7"
Mor»n. p.. -110 •_> I<> Suns* p . '-'0 I 0 I'> |
ißenton. p.. 00 '> 001
•Miller ... tOO 0 OO I
I+Roth. too 0 Uoj
Total". . . 33 7 9 27 80 Total?. . . .30 2 7 27 !« 0
*Batte«l for Bnssa in seventh Innins. fßatted
for McMillan In ninth irnins.
Philadelphia • 0 2 • 0 a 0 -' o— 7
Cincinnati I 0.0 O 1 O 0 • 0— 2
Two-base hits— Paskert. Magtn Tare* j
hits — Bates. Sucks. Dooln. Hits— Off s-icf= 7
■ in 7.lnr.lnßs: off Berton. 2 in 2 innings. Sacri- i
lea hits — Hoblltzel!. Grant. Strips '■-■ -Pas- !
!<»rt. Doable plays — Dootn to Knabe; Knabe >.-> j
Branstieid; Moren to Bransneld: Lobert to .
Ktran. I>eft on bases — Philadelphia, ....
nati, 6. Bases on balls — OH Moren. 4: off .^imsr?. •
18;1 8; off Benton. ".. Struck out —By Karen, 4: by '
Surk^. 1; by Bentcn. 1. Time— I:s* Umpires—
i Ri(r!er and Emslle.
BOSTON, 2; ST. LOUIS, 1.
St. Loots. Aug. 25.— Boston defeated St.
\ Ijouis to-day by hitting Willis when hits j
were most needed. The score was .' to 1. j
Mattorn was effective except in the ninth :
innlnc. when he »a.- hit for a pair of j
triples. ,
The score follows
BOSTON. ST. LOUIS.
rib 111 a " abrlbpo a *
Collins. If. 00 3 00 Hussina Sb 3•> <> 2 4 0
! Herzoi?. 3b. 40 1 I 50 El ■ If 40 2 10
: Phean. 2b. . 30 1 3 1 Mow--- 3b 4•> 0 1 SO
Pbarpe. lb 400 |v 0 0 Konetchy.lb 4 1114 111
Miller, rf.. 312 3 0 O.Evans, rf . . 200 » OO
Pwe«n»y. ss 4 1 2 I 5 0 Bresnahan.c 30 1 2 20 1
B«-ck. cf. .. 400 1 OOlOake* cf . . 200 1 UU;
Ralrden. c. 300 3 ""Za.h.-r cf . . I•> i> ; Dot
Mat'ern, p 301 0 1" Batcher, us. 20 3 4"
| Hauscr in . 100 l l,i j
I Willis, p... 200 • 21 j
1 Harmon, p. o•• .i i> t<M
.'•Pht-ipß . . 100 o on
t ' llawiti . . 100 0 tli> ■
TiJtals. . .31 272712 Oj Totals 30 14271S 2 \
•Batted for Oaritca in seventh Inntnic. tUattetl
for Willis In eighth Inning.
St. [,IUIS 0 0 0 O 0 It •• 0 I— l
Boston 0 0 <> 0 i 0 ! .i o—2!
Three-baa^ hit*— Miller. Konetchy. Brennahan. j
Horn» run — Swt-ency. Double play — Belcher ami !
Konftchy. Stolen basea — Collins (I) tiresna i
han. a-.s liases o«- bails — Off TViIIU. 3: off
Mattern. 5. r^trui-k .t — By Mattern. 3: by i
Willis. 2. Hits— Off > Ilia 1; In H tnni >- off j
Pi limn. 1 i" '. !-mi in Left on bases — St. ' ,
Lcoia, 7: Boston. 5. Time — 1:43, L'mplrci — '
Eason and Joan <■ m .; 1 1
DETROIT. 3; WASHINGTON, 2. '
WashtaiaTtOß, Aug. 25.— A home run by Ty j 1
Cobb In the eleventh irm-nsr to-day enabled ! 1
Detroit to triumph over Washington by a j I
score of I to 2. Cobb's batting and Moriar- j
ty's fielding were the features. The score '
follows: 1
DBTROI r • WASHINGTON. 1
abr II pa a- ; abrlbpo a c J
Mi-ln re If 4114 00 Milan, cf . . . 411 4 SO
tVleh'y.'Jb SO 1 - 2 o|Sohaefer. 2b 300 4 11 '
Cobb. cf.. 5 13 3 Oo|C=nroy. If.. \., .. 3 0 0 i
rraufd.rf <•> 0 •• OOjG«BBler rf . 50] 0 On '
M,.r rt> 4 0 '• 1 4 olMc-Hrliie. sS 5U 0 rt 41
Mii«h ss.. 2 0 I 1 4 ltElb<frfehl.3b 4 I•• ! 2<> ,
T.Jonrs.lb 5 1 212 OOjUnglaub lb 3•> 1 ri 10 I
Caiey. c. 4 0 19 2 1 Ainnmith. c. ♦.*•_• f» 4 0 '
Works, p. ♦" - ' " ' Groom, p. . . *<• •> >> I 0
Totals.. .;.; 31133 12 3 Totals 3725331^2 .
Mnil '• •> » • 1 0 ■ 11 0 0 I—3
Washington I • " • >> • 1 0 0 0 W— 2
T»i.-buß« hits— Oesslei. Casey, Three-baae
hits — Cobb. T. Jone». Horn* run — Cobb. Sae
rtflca hits — Sohaefer. Moriarty, I'nKlaub. StoVn
Ui-.-^ Elbarfaid, Milan. Double pJayi Atn
omlth an.l McHrtde. Left 'i. bastes-W»shln<
ton, rt: Petrolt. 7. liases on balls— orr Oromn,
5; off Works. 3. First base on errors - Washington.
2: Detroit 1. Strucli out Hv Groom, v by j
Work?, v passed ball— Aln«mlt»i, 1 Tlm«— l
200. Umjjires— Evans anu K>?:a »J
, -
YANKEES BEAT HIE SOX
Hughes Pitches Great Game in
Openinn Senes.
ALLOWS ONLY FIVE HITS
Yankee Pitches Record Game for
Eight Innings, but Weakens
in the Ninth.
! Ti»#» Yankees ervl«»d a struggle with a Chf
j cago nine far more gracefully than ■- -''
I namesake? of the. Nati^nat I>»asui» when
j they trounced rb» Wliire ?« by a scor» «f
', S to \ at American LeajCife Park yesterday
; afternoon. Th» visitors barely escaped »
[sound walloping. Tcin Hughe?, who twirled
j for th» Yankee.-*, atlotveti only one hit for
i eight 'inninsrs. Scott, the iithaar lailrtai
j pushed a single by. parsed Austin in th#
! third inning and ZwlHing drew a pa:?.* in
the fifth. These were the only aajlMaaM
which broke ui> a monotonous procession *•
the bench until the ninth.
; In the final frame, however. Tom tveak
i ened. Five hits and a pass, all bunched to-
I aether, tallied four runs. But before all
j this happened the Yankees had pounded
Iving and Scott all over the lot for a total
I of riff-en hits and eight run?, so the four
runs in the last Inning amounted to little
j more than a delicare display of - riment
I on. the part of the Yankees, who de;<jr»d to
j save the visitors from the disgrace of a

I The "New Ycrk nine had a fearfully busy
i das' with the stick, and every one shared
in the merrymaking, with the exception of
Woi: ■ who was unable to connect for i
, hit in four times up. Hal «:hase carried
, "iT the honors of the day with a double
S and two singles in four times up. It might
be mentioned in passing that Hal scorel
four runs for the Yankees, which an Just
half of the total number tallied by m
am.
Knight kept up his effective work I]
rapping out a double and a triple, whil*
I.aporte topped the fest off with I bora*
. run. He was credited with being at bat only
three times and hil safely twic^. Roach,
too. was determined not to fall behind ia
the mi : - of this fast travelling company of
h'tters and surprised the '"fans" by making
a triple and a double.
The first inning proved the .-:■■.-» of
I^ang. who started to twirl for the Sox.
1 While Daniels was' an easy out. Wol*er
walked, and took second when Dougherty
muffed Cha?e's fly. Lang threw low to
catch Wo'ter off second arjrj Harry anl
I Hal advanced a bam U'olter scored on
-.--•-■ while LAporte rappe.i out
t a home run to ■ --•• centre field f*r.ce. scor
| ing bom ahead of him. Duffy sent in
; Scott to the rescue and Roach proved aa
It was a hittins: day for the Yankees,
however, and nothing could stop them.
Scott managed to check them in the second
inm'ng. but in the third Chase's double and
Knight's triple tallied another run. In the
fifth singles by Chase and Laporte and
Roach triple chalked up two more runs.
Another was added in the seventh on
Chase's single. Knight's double- and 1*3.
porte's sacrifice fly, while In the eighth
Roach's double. ' followed by \ istin '*
scratch hit and riser's single, scored an
other
Scott dr«>w a pa^.? It the opening of th«
ninth, and while I-ord was an easy out
Zeider singled to right centre, scorinsr 3cotr.
Singles by Meioan, Zwillins and Paren:
and Dougherty's double tallied •":-•-■«
before Knight got under Sullivan's fly and;
retired the side.
The score follows:
NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
abr lbpoa - -" " "abrlbpo a •»
Daniels, rt 5 0 - 4 «>•>' Lrri. »... 400 ; I•>
Uoitor. rf . 4 1 0 501 Zelder. m . 411 3 21
rbaaa lb. 4 4 3 »©0 V-inan. rf . . 41 t 4 I•>
Kniffhr. us. SO 2 3 0 o! Dougherty. l; 4 I 1 •>'.»!
I^aport«. Sb 32 2 1 I•> Tann^hll!.l!> 4•> •> 4 t«
Roach. If.. 4 1 - 3<v 0 ZwiUirur. cf 3•> 1 4 ■■>
Austin, .".b. 4O - 3 2<>! Par-nr. 2b.. 4•> 1 i ••
<*ri*»r. .-.. 2O I -Too ?rl!lvan. c. *nn 4 3<>
Hughes, p. 4 0 1 o^'i'l-ans? p... •• •> ••■ o <j 1
[Sk-ntt. v . 1 ' 1 2'»
Totals. . .33 ----- 1 ! Totals. . . .33 4 6 24 IT 3
New York 3 • 1 • 2 • 1 1 a— *
Chicago 0 0 0 n i» 0 i> •> -ii — 4
Two- hits — <"has<>. Knlsht. R-^ach. D"U3h
ertj TJiree-bas^ htti — Knig RoacM. Horn*
run — Lap-irtt». Sacriftc* rtif»!» — Knisht, Lrfip«irt*.
t>"ft on bases — ' "hicaat". 4; •.. ....... F!r^i
base on »rror — Now Torfc, \. Dcut»i« p!ay» — M<»
loan. Scott arrl L^rtl: Zwlilinrani Z*i.l<»r. ?tn:<
out — Bj- Scott. 'J: by Hu«h»s. ."$. n«s»9 on ball*
— • ■" Lanpe. 1: oft* Scott. 2: off Hue^es. 2. WOd
pitch — Scott. Hits — Off I-anje. 1 !n 2-."» inninii:
off Scott. 14 in T 1-3 inr.ir.zs. Time — 1:44. ta
sir»sO'Loushiin and K*an.
BROWNS BEAT ATHLETICS
Murphy Makes a Hitting Record
Off Visiting- Pitcher.
■ Philadelphia. ins 2.".— St. Loisia hit th*
i ball very hard to-day and won the opening
game of the series here by a score of !> to *.
! Murphy, in five times at bar. made —
. run. a triple, a double and two stag. his
total of eleven bases probably being a sea
son's record. Truesdale. Stone and N>«r
narn also distinguished themselves at bat.
The - '
ST. LOL'IS. ! PHILADELJ'HTA.
mbr lb po a 0 1 a6r lbpn a a
Tsda!-.2S 4 2 3 3 4<VT»r3. 1f... ♦■>..>.!>
Stone. !f. . S3 4 3 o o Oldrirsr. if «•> t 2 OO
New in, lb 4 2 3 9 0 1> r-llir-s, 2b. 2. 1 13 31
■ >--i;« rSO «> 1 0«j; Raiser. 3b. S<» 1 I 2«>
Hartz'tl.Sb SO 2 2 40: Davis, lh. 2«> .> 2 •>*>
Walfcc aa sl> 2 1 ----- 1b II 0 I 11
Sehw*er.cf 2 2 t O OO; Murphy, rf 5 2 5 i • 9
Stpphens.c .10 1 <» I■■ Ilarry. ■ . II X 4 2t
nhc p. 3 0 «> f» 1 «' Thomas, c. I«> O 4 0 1
Bailey. t>. H» t> « ««iUVston».c 3 1 1 % 2 v
-
.» i >
, .. ■> \

ToiaLa. 3T» lt*> 27 13 l| T0ta15... 39 12 27 3
•Batted for Davis in fifth tnninff. *Bat:*l
for Xloruan in rlxhth inning. JBatt-d for
t'rjcprt In seventh inning. {Batted for Atkins
In ninth inninje-
St. Louts . I i> _ rt 2 ' »> t Z—%
I'hilatielphia t> « O l> *> O ■ • I— *
I^ft on ba^rs— St. Lnuis. «: Philad^lohla. 11.
Trvo-bas^ hits — Truemialf. Ston^. Murphy. Beo
•ler. H.irtsell. Thrf>^ba»i» hlt.i— Murphy, fol
11ns. Newnam. Hcme nin^ — Murphy, iaoriflc*
hit— •Stepht-n.s. SacrtScc fly— Tme»tia.l<s. t\.ub:>
plays — «'->!'.i:is. ISarry and I'avts: Houawr an-t
{irtrr*-. First '•a?* on -rrors-St. I^nuts. 1: Phila
delphia. 1. Stolen t'HVj-NVwnam »2>. Kartzell.
fnnir.s o. Hits— Off F"l;mk. 7 in :'. tnninsss;
eff Mnr?an. i in ;: irnirs^: -ifT [>yir^rt. t tn t
Inning: «,'IT Atkins. » i;i 2»tnr:r:^a; off U-ft*. It
In fi --'• tr.iilnsa; '<tX bailey, I in 2 \". :::n.i;i
Strut-k out -By PUirk. 2: M«>r«i»n. 2: hr
Atkins, t; by L»nkf. .'I; by fijii«»y. 2. i:,]« i
on balls — iW M.irgan. 2: ot? Atkins." !: .iff Lin!<<»
«: off Baiify. - WIKI pitches Morjur., At
kinti. Tln-.«; — 2:4t>. I'nipln-s — Connolly anil «\.J
litlo«<-r.
LANGTON WDTS EASILY.
Owen Langton, the prcmi^ins Brooklyn
lij;hiwf ifiht. bad liale ditflculty in ou;:>oint
ins "Coke" Williams, of the \Ve*t Sit!*-, in
a *>ne-si«led ten-roi:ntl bi>ut ;tt the I^ong Acre
Athletic Club, last night. I^ansfon forest
the mtlllni; fron: start to ttnJsh, ar.d only
his ov*>ranxic.ty prerentecl him from scor
\i\S a knockout in the fourth roun»l. when
he floored the negro with a hard right hook
to the faew. Lanston scored a knockdown
in the eighth round with a right to the
body, and two rounds later repeated the
operation with a vicious right cross counter
to the jaw. On both occasions the bell and
Langton'a wildnessi prevented a knockout.
To-night, it the National Sporting- Clut>
of America, Morris Ben will rase. Tom
Cover by in the main bout of ten rounds.

I 'or other nportinc new« «i-i- ninth ;»u^-.
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TROTTING RACES
Empire Track
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