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Long Branch Horse Show ?at Thoroughbred Racine ?* Polo .** Trotting S Lawn Tennis a* Other Sports
Horses Not the Only
Attraction at Show
Some Costumes, Moving Pk
ures and the Vanderbilts
Draw Interest from Ring.
SHEILA LEADS NOVICE!
Vanity Beats Sweet Briar f
Blue in Pony Class at
Opening Day of
Long Branch.
?ter attractions kc: .
At the opening of the afonmoi
rourr it Hollyv.
Long ' eeterday afternoon.
Sovlci ?? ? ? featui
dav wort
es, not th? -?
?o have claimed l
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-?- howev? ? Irwine pi
?arneras, M
entert ? ' n merry party in F
v ? hla init
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from Europe, and varlout
- which wen
of the most enthusl
' - ? ? exhibition In the ihi
T" return to the ne- . McDc
rough! out an unuauslly
fn the sad ' ? 13 ban
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- I years old. from |
?ibel Jefferson, and ll
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ently, and althoiiRh sh?
? ? one. Is a i., sutil
and 11 snd Mr. "
'.tred her perfectly.
1 'lark sh.--.' c? Idirip call
?? st?hle of Walt
lanley, and carr
? the ;.iry ai
Mr? Charles M Allaire s chestnut gel
namp Clan; Others in the rla
Louise Van Wych.
Emtl A
atlewall Chlei
Weyher, on Cinderella, snd Miss Ells
al wintr Heatherbloom
cti. another handaaon
nut mare, winner In tl
? collection of harness hoi
|g owned by Ml>s Anne Vauclain ar
was handled by Miss Constance Yai
The Princess is a beautiful Ja:
?lit. she hup pood units and go?
gl to win in a mu<
collection than the ot
Em
' stnut gelding Flash
holes m?:- thers wf
nothing left to place in front of hltn
Novice pairs had four enl
was a mr>st satisfactory arrancemen
as there were f? ui ribbons. Baron an
Sultan, a brown pair from th?
le, mack- a favorable impression o
the epeetators as well a ??, sn
were first cholee. I.oui* Netrgass'
Storm King and Cambridge Kin;
up pretty well with the winners, and I
sepm? d to tie a toss-up for a time as 1
h pair would carry away thl
John Buahnell's Governor anri '1er
and John Doyl? ? 'raltar an
?rd Morgan completed an unusuall
lot of novices
Ponies under eaddle opened the eho*
anr ' -s Anne Vauclain's littl
? tnul mars Vanity had to ?? ?
Barest Mriar, from the Sweet Pria
Mise Dorothy Webb ovni
? 'a and farm, tiie farm being MUM
: ? -.- and not the rsvsn ? .
mary
? Priar is the little mare whic
ted such a furor when Louis New
? mpted to show her in tl
ular saddle cl lead of ths pon
cla- protOSl was mad
the complainant said that
-'! hel
t eautiful little mai ?
? und has been winnini
laurels there ever sin'- E ? had t<
ahdlcate in favor of Vanity yesterday
althouKh the score was so even that th'
Hue might have gone to either com
tor without being very far out o
v ay.
The winner in the next rlass, whlcl
was for saddle horse? over 14 2 and r.o
exceeding If hands, wan ?littering Glory
her I titillating name, how
ar, ahe did not ahlm- with any particu
lar brilliance and every one was Mir
bris- Mr Thomas J
?<?. Mobile, and l/>nb
? relia.
lain man?red tha
winner in class 9, which calb-d fr>r har?
ness ponies over U.I and not cx< ?
34.2 hands. Thle was the little roan mar?
la tiie mat.- to gasjusnca
and while the latter ta a handsome mare,
?he is quite; put in the shade by bet
Showy companion Both little roans ap
PSSJ :-olng to Se?
quel and the red to B? Mr' 9 gl?
ter J Salomon drove Ind? pendence, but
an H ''. waa all the judges had to off.T,
the yellow going to IMward King*!
'.meadow ?'resc.-n'
Uranded hacks had six entrants, three
of which wer?- from th? : Fn d
r| ? . ? how?*f
'"harles Holloa tnul geVdil
and ahe iooke-1 ?-" attractlvs b
*hort brown coat and soft whits fell ? at
tha' ? ? i would huv?- been si
?a?- seen her carrv away first honors.
hard hearted judges, however, c
elded in favor or Percy Drury and ln?
QoM '
The ladles' saddle class, which WS
Btrlcted to ra-s.dente of Monmouth County,
gave every one a chance to bay one?1
more. "What can the judges sea la aV fton
Girl''" E,ven the most optimistic coubi
hot aay that the chestnut mar?- is a
'y, and yet ehe continu?e to win all
along tli' circuit. Perhaps the fsot thai
? was handled by MIbs Baills BaSSOfe had
?ornethlng te de wit? it. for Hiss tjeasen
can bring all of a horse? good iioii
'he judg?s as few riders ?an
Margaret WejrtST rode Daniel Quggen*
beta's Divinity and Mra. .lesaile Von Klein
handled Myron M. CSjipsaihSilll's Fairy
Queen, and it looked as though ell lier ?if
these, entrants might iiav.- claim.d th?
afea iirrn ?'harte? m Aiiain- nids bet
thaslmil gelding CtstSSB 'lark, but a
White waa all the Judges had to offer.
Ths attendance was away iilmv?. the
?.verage for SB. opining da', ati'l lh?re
Were enough regulara SSI band IS make It
like old times. Among those in tiie
boxa-, arid on the lawns w.t. Mr in,'l
?re. Alfred VandsrMH Mi and Mrs
L a Dab L sir and Mi
?>h Allalte Mi. and Mrs I-' Plancl
? ? " - "?' MfeM Uataatet Xorapklna,
Whisk Broom II
Breaks Down
[i?? Trlegrai h ??> Tin- i rtbnae.l
?aiateaa ??i--...^^ X, '?.. -lui.? le.?iiiirrv
fa??)?- \". I?itii?-?. ?- w hlafc Broom II, wte
ni-r of in. ?i.i -i,|i?iit:in. Brooklyn and
Rubttrban liadleaps Ibla v,?;?r an?) imi.i-r
of th?- wiirl?1'? reeord of S:?N tl it fur mm?
mil?- inn! ?i i|ii:irl?r. broke ii.wn while
hrrr/ii-j; ayrt thi- (rack h?-n- thi? MORI
U.U.
The tenable ??????in-ri t? in- ??i the near
toi?- unUlr. Imt .lln?m> l,??v\i- hi* Hniti.-r.
?v.,? iniiii.il> tu Mari tote Hi?- raart ? ??:.
of Uip tnliirv. M said |,p hoped I?. !..
able t,? Make n definite ?tatemen! to-mor.
rnw
.!?.?? \..i|rr aai in tu? Mddle when? lb?
>:r,-ni horae faltered al I be *- c lit i, pele
after rorertai Ihrer furloaga la 81 aw
aad?,
tibisi. Broom .' u-i? b?!?? r?r?-|>nr?>?l
tor the Saratoga Handicap ben >?n Katai
day, nit nun will li.- ii'inlilr to gil In Hi?
poet.
i, Mi and
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SETS RECORD ON LINKS
Loving Betters Own Mark Over
the Areola Course.
Elrrur W Loving, tha professional of
lb? Areola Country Club, ?Sgabltebed a
i new record for the course yesterday,
when be went round in s remarkable tl,
' five strokes undei all former mark He
? ?ut In II and tmrk i
Two twos graced hi? card, on? al "
second bole, where be ran down a long
and another at th<- tte-yard four?
th, where his toe shot hit th? p!i> and
). ft him a ate-foot ; l
HI? card follows:
I I M I I I I Ml
In. . S 4 I 4 2 4 I 4 I
? ?re Loving lascara? ? professional ha
eel an smatour record for the Van Cort?
lat.d links by Knlng round In <5T> ThU
last |
According to present plans the N?-w
! York Newspapei Qolf ?Tun win bold s
three-da: tournament, open to all play*
ntlfled in any way with tin- publica?
tion buslneea al Van Cortlandl Park, be?
I ginning on Monday Bepterabei ?
AUTO DRIVER INJURED
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Car Plunges Through Fence in
Race at Galveston.
Qalreston, Julj M Joseph Klkrent, ol
- !.. - Angek i, a contestant In tin- ? ;,ii
p jt.-a. -n automobile races, wax
Injured late to-day, when hi?
<ar plunged through s wir?- fen? and area
wrecked
Nlkrent'a Injurie? consist of deep cute
Inflicted ? ben be came in contact with the
win fence, and pans of tha demolished
car. n? raced without ? mechanician
Lotus Dtebrow, drletng a simplex, won
th?- testar? of the ra
,- . ?weepetake, run in tin-?-?- beata of
one hundred ml ? snd Bnlshed to?
Hla time for tbe three hundred mOea
' | 4"
SWEDEN INVITES ATHLETES.
Ths ?.mol?is of the Amateui Atl
Union ha ? : an invitation from
th. Stockholm Athl? U< Lluti ol B '
to enti-i an American team >>' athktoa In
th? "old boya" k.? to b< held el Stock?
holm early In Bepteri
A minimum hk>- Until ol thirl -
has been a? t ?.., - om[n tltoi . w lth th? ?
reption ?>i football player?, wh.. will be
allowed to entai 11 thej ?ara thlrtj year?
or older.
SCENES AT THE OPENING OF MONMOUTH COUNTY HORSE SHOW
AT HOLLYWOOD PARK, LONG BRANCH, YESTERDAY
MIPS ( 0*4j?ST.lUCLAIN
Drli h | i? tie erli : ? ? ? ? ?> :v
with !?? Mired G
Beats Loviboncl in Singles at
Edgemere Club Lawn
Tennis Tourney.
H I.. V ? ? . ? ?les
? lip "n tha
? ? a
F the Kins.
: the
f the I
acata
II
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m property,
?he open . ?
irt on hla I
band drives thi shot upon ?srblcb k?
Meanwhile Lovl
? p the i arhlch al
?
I: tie- s. set th?
? : hit drive. }[..
kept chop]
?
ahorl voll?
?
third sei
Westfall runt, -,
. sslly.
tl Behr
whl? ?
I
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' ? ? t the net
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Toward the ? ?
because of th? he fad?
......
- nd Ba hi v
s dosa
The final ? ' singles
-ontributed s spirited wind-up to th. ?
nament, Mrs Ilawson Wo?
S F Weaver, th.- formt r N'.-w
champion, by the arore of 1 ? C, 6?3,
6?4.
JOHNSTON OUT ON COURTS
Ninety-sever. Drawn for Big
Lawn Tennis Tourney.
Li,-, n ti to the num i
of i
drawn foi ihiii
plonshlp hieb will I
afternoon on the turf coui I
tic Club, at ,'iv Rtdgs
Tii.ore Roosea sll P? 11, H Howard
?4.?] ind V mil Hall bul i
the I ? ons in tn^ upper iiaif in
: the lower hall an William M John
of Callfoi lath? ths
old Prlneeton captain, and Alrlcs il
: Man. t., of Ti I th? strongesl
?
Johnston, who 1? B
slight of figura offli lated at ths d
abmg with Mil?-?- 8 Charloch, th? ?'
.... . m,, \v H? Bull,
Robert J. Wail and J P Allen Ha
took ?? turn al practice on th?' turf and
his saay gm< ? ' ''^
whlcl ' ftlori
duly in.j'i ? s who watched bun
John- UBklv? I ll
first ni.it' n
Among the nee.m< ra to th?
men! ar. Raj Thompson of Taooma,
Reginald Perry In
lut- iirst mat b H B at? lave, of
? Be* anton, Peni scoi
l0 b| w Waring, ol Colum?
bia, '!' "?
IJ, If. Hol
eombe, Jr
The draw for ?
n ? \? f orl
Aral in
;
Arthur S Crajin '?" ?' ? l'iii.ili
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I rlumpbri -. ' ?'? ?
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???ll. jr., H. N. i
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tleors?
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?i , \? il- r. lumia M
Sera va. ' J? ?~
! , . Hot? ? I
Ha nun. tt v? '< oula '
? Merrill Mall, f. Hardeaa ,
ti?. Jr., \?. Dr, BwlBS Tajlor, lt. C. l'..ir
MISS MARGARET G WEYHER.
relia, which jusl missed winning a "blue.'
Full Summary of Racing
at Belmont Park Track
' CLl It MEETINO, .IFI.T 3e. 19X3
, ' irl.'rig?. main
. place < r, 1:16 Winner. ! ?
t, |% Str.
2*
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ra
llettink
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4" 4" :i" 2 ?
l.i l" | 1 |
,- ? pinched eft
? .o. easily
' fa.?i agg* I FUe an I .i
furlons* al . ? rara* . i >>; w :.
i. g . i'V tanke-?? Yankee I UM Kar
It'.r-- ! ?.'
IT. 1 j?IS
i:-t M*lM II b H
l'.l.r
l'an ti ??' ta h a fot 'n all the way, raune away aaaiir nt the enrv Ha
rr,i:i-'i -r. nea ? : gern* ? and waa aaeond beet Margaran m.i?* mmt? ap tome ?rouncj from a
k A-il ''?n bolted n. tha outai.l.? al n keen ai**.i for luilf ?. mile.
THIRfl RACE Mtlag; fer three y..iir olrta an" ipiward |400 a.!dr<1 SU fllllllSga main
It I . . rime. 11? Winner, b f . bv Bern
i -nan.
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P W ISt \%
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B 101
Mr S[. - H l"4 '? 1"
? Ighton 3 im 4 7'
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Wiir t ird 2 I"". 1 2"
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Ib.ffitian
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lu'S Booker ..
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I,-netting.
l?ipen. High I*it.
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OVtSaraea] Bettnctas l*Sa Is a driving flnl-h. The lntter hnil hep umial ?feed, but
?urea her bora? Dsrtworth tr ? ind bad no sseuaea Mr fpe'-i?.
- ? . ? .-.! un! nui n tab, ruce Ltttla Hugh ran to hla
i .-?t r. .rni tit- !? 'Hing
H RACE nu; ? BELUNO STAKES; for thre? r-ae ,,m, ?n- upward.
Iii?> and a ?tate?- I tart gi -'? Waa driving: ni?' ?? aaalljr
i i.-.4. winner, i i . i.v ceughaawa-ai Perth Owner, SI n Adrtaaa Train -
?r M 1tt..r
Kjer
p w st
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l ion
itwell
ri I
Betting-,
? ipam, hikIi Uit !', ;ii
a B B 2 1 i
l 1 i 2 2 f, _ _
4 I? 2 11 2 B *> _
??? ' faat I anal while tiring. laeteJ ion? enough to win un.ler pre??
llttl? gr und by going ?rid? la th? Btrartea, bat the weight
nith-r than " ? r ?aM
KIITH I ; A ? i - till-Hp. for four j.iin.ll. gad iilw.ir'., |S00 Balded About
.lie*. fi,,rf K,??. \\.,n aaalfr; place ?nme Time, 4 Do winner, hr *. by Pt
Kvoi - - Tramar, B v.u. h
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a I.VI 2
un? Ai Ir? ar? I 11
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|i 2" 2" 2" K ?nek ..
B a
HettlnK.
High Ijhh. P|.
4 4
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S 182 8 Kejl
I..?? rid?*
??liiert
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The Baader fell ...... >? .. un (ri, WHy -yh9 latter bungle.l
-/han r??alas bead ?t"i bawd with th* winn.-r. adienim ? could
up after a a n<
SIXTH RACE ? I Una ' HOO
.-?.un-' Stnrl Inn W "n d
; .rin.r-M^?, Ruastll Oajrner, Kae V
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p ... .
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n Harn?. ;. I"
if
.. i fur famllns Potts B
? nj.taln liuini? Into ?uhml-?lon
ground
i (,||) n ?on;.I h ? ai
Five an'1 a half fiirlone?. ?tralght
i VIH Winner, afc-rUecal, eh g,
Trainer, William ?i.-irth.
and ha-1 enough left to huh?, M"Me,--,|
b] ?warring, ?"a-itain Burna -?
luht ha ? a ' ? ' ? - ^?
J(,n x, ,? \. v ? lerteh C. laraaalan I Bait Uneola Heimer v?. j
va. Qaorse T. Ad? re. 1 " atoo ?m, Chi) Naoklvel
i M Bull,
s Robert ix 11? ? \
. r Tourhard va i Beaatey, J' ?
i. a* i. ? . i (a I
rtua, Kean< ih l> 1 ;
n - ? va Philip R.- ?? '? alai
tin ?,?. ?. Lun-ain? Wy?ath, Bear] C Martin
uii'i ? rirr-t round
?' tr. \? William a .
dy ra, K H Hend
n Palm? r jri it R Partrtdg
Ballln, i' i i.' bearerrta \
u ir. H. \?. Rablnaoe ra \ii.
; ?? :-.... is. h. p ra
j. F\ Patterson ?ra <i. A. t> Dionne.
H'OMl.-.'l,
? sirtes
?II. Mai
Richard
- i. r
ri lag ton,
G VAXDEBBILT.
POSTPONE BIG PIlT
IIC? ?11 PIER
Larry Waterbury to Play with
the Meadow Brook Team
on Saturday.
? : er, I'. T. July SO.?
,-'- Rui consented to replace
.1 x. Waterbury, Jr. as No. 1 for IfeSe?
' .low Brook In the final match for the
BSUtor polo el ' day with
v n. lut Jmst I ?fore the frame.
a rali ' ur.u<;,;.il severity hroke
??.rein.? a poat
*:tll to-m?
Th?? delaj enabled Devereux Mlli.urn,
w i... had
dard'? hoi atlon
J M w ? . with th? re
would play
if tii'-r?? waa ? delay until Batur
tponement followed, ?o
that th?- : ; I.?- ?--I <?ii Satur
! No. 1. with tl..- Anal for the
ami? ?-. ni Navy ?'up?? th- ?am? .?.ty on
ii ma) !"? th.it this will
?- al out - Ltion, 'if J. B.
Thomas '.?ii:" on hoth th?. Leopards and
Meadow Hrook teams, und the former
may reach the finals for the Army and
N'iivv CUPS
H I' Whitney has sent ?even ponte?
??ver from Newport for MUhurn to use,
und probably he also will provide ponte?
for Waterbury.
The assurance that Waterbury will
play has strengthened tha confidence of
the Meadow Brook members in th?-ir
te.-\m. and they do not pay this to di?
parai'?? \v. Russell Orace'a merit as No.
I. tut from .-; 'ion current at
the Long Island Club t!?!i? to win any
big polo match ther?? must he at leant
inn- name beglnlng with a "W" on th?.
This ?ms the case l:i th?? ItSS, I9u?,
1110, ion an?l 1912 aenior champion?'
ships, not t?i ?peak of International
gamea Rzcept for th.- rain th?- tradi?
tion would bave been broken to-day.
An opportunity for ?i decision by the
polo committee on the recent non-en
? mont ol one of tha oldest rule.? of
tha American game, relative t.? me ap
j (.ointment of a refer?-?-, may he a result
of the lengthening of tin- championship.
Many patrona of tha ?ame here be
lleve it would add dignity t" the pre?
mier avente of tin- American polo world
Th.- players ?>f the I'ntted States feel
that the nenior, tne open and junior
Chamntonahlpa Bhould have the prestige
of the i?ik tournamenta at Hurllngbam
or in imiia The essential part of the
rule follows. "The tw?. raptalne ?shall
?giea upon a referee whoa? decteloa
shall be Un il m regard t?> all questions
of a-itual play "
The Implication Is that the referee
shall I??- .some amateur of authority In
the American game, BUCh al? l-'oxhall P.
Keen?-. William A H.'./.urd, Joshua
BO, I. .1 Hunt, W K ??race. H I'.
Whitney or Lawrence Waterbury, who
shall l'<- Selected after a consultation
I.y the tWO OSgtelnS
In the seml-flnste for the Army and
(fat v .-up.s to-morrOW, the Army four
will oppose th?? Sandpipers, and Point
.In.Iith will pte] the I.eoiiards Friday
will l?e gives over to a one-day handi?
cap.
BIG R?CH" r PETITION.
a number of buatneaa man from New
v?.rk, Buffalo and PDughkaapste salted on
Qovernor suizi-r yeaterday ami hatnie?!
him a petition In favor of racing.
Thif petition rontslned over ^v,.oo? s\fr.
tiatur.-s. sei-nr.-d bj voluntary caavasaen
In a short time, and It will be supple
n ? nt?'?i !?-? other petitions containing
squally ab many signatures.
A
Perthshire Defeats the Old
Campaigner in Newton
Selling Stakes.
TAPS FOR RAC'MG HERE
Notoriety Disqualified for Foul
After Winning Last Event,
Mordecai Gett^n- the
Purse.
1 r. Holland'? Donald Macdoaald,
which waa ?a a real handi?
cap bora? after his victory over i^ihore
lust S ? ?? ? ? ?
platei Belmont Part
and waa beat? n by P
Tha race, ;iithouKh m - ? ondl
I tha
N? wton Bt g of som
bn o ira? look? .-.so
much s., that t ? ? naka
oral ?
emphasised, end
116 pound? too much of a hai
th- ?peed? Perthshire, which took the
track st the atari i ? ided
Pi rthahlre
?- h is rank?
D mike his
own running and le not
'
Judl?
?.. which coat but
this hard!- - ? and
race.
fl?-?l and Karri.-n. the |ock? I I
tut?
ferer ihe
??un.
1 ?pli 1. but
i that Karrick n I ini
: Captain B
?
but abut off Mord?
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?
third
Butwell thus ? ' -
itlir Iwnora for the dav. as If
?
a th: of I K ??: : ?
.- in
. m,
,1: Eher ate
?
? arroll i:- ... . nlm
just breezed 1 i ? ? ?
?
turn an if
sharply. The boy * i i * I not claim a f
but th? ...
who ?aid h? waa not it. .?. .
Then the v- ! for ins -
I that from th'- hoof m I
m the freshly harrowed track Karrick wai
at fault in trying I
Ir.t; fin too narrow On this the ???
?
Jockey? were so scare?, that tl
|h to g 4. In the th:
u -1.--1 and
two owners had to scratch at the last
beca ?B? of the failure b
?? boys The ? x
?
for this.
Tw?. had fails, which form- | I
' the steeplechase,
it the fir"
g In a heap te the most unusual
way and u; |
How- the boy - - af as ?>
mira.le Bill And a had land
Kth Jump and ? lark :
bot Buffered only s few brulaee and a
shaking up. Thli left onlj tl
ngbt :t out. and ??ne of these, *
rdly run f.. ?
.?r and
Tlie two last named had quit?.
a duel from the far tarn home, but Malt
hle blundered with ?nlv tw,. J'imps to g"
and the K-.pder drew swsy end - irtsi
i: bert ?. Q rrj b octets to the ?fruni.
Tips will he Bounded at the track this
afternoon, s" tar as racing In the metro?
politan district Is Bed, and a KO?>d
card is offered for the closing BCenSB, -'?'?:
of tha better horses have beer.
shipped to Saratoga Iprtnga foe ths ta
ty-flva dav :: pena
urdai Uni)i ; : - ara changed
n.? raeteg will ba bald her? in :
- eral amateur meetings, which
will s-rve to ke??p Interest alive until
another yt-ar.
It was announced from the secretary's
.stenlav that .f L Holland lost
after he hail been heaten in a
scllltu? stakes on Monday. The Qulncy
Claimed th- POtt out of the race
for n -
Between ten and twenty carloads Of
? Bhlpped t?. Baratoga ?pringa
after th.- test race to-day Others win pi
up to-morrow
M D Win-lock, .?aid to be en el?^trlc[an.
.?f Cedarburst Long Island, died Just
after the running Of the third race.
He rollapomd in the graiatotand and Dr,
J B DOWd, the track physician, who *?t
hurrtodly summoned, diagnosed the Bass
a? acute bKUgasttes snd heart fiiiure.
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BELMONT PARK ENTRIES
FIRST R W'K Selling. :
' ?rioiig-s, ?trui^i-.i couraa.
U .101
II ... ?Franela . 9?
?w tter l-i ?Tr?i.M
. ?rail :??
SECOND RACS Balling; fer thr*e-year-oi?l?
? ? - ig?, main cours?.
?Ulla Hryi-n.11*. Arum . MB
?Ivabel . -..-?.
Dfrluctlon .UOlFocd Mat. W
(tell.
THIRD RAtTE Balita*; for three-year-oM? in-l
? S
ni . 'I' Airan .
k
?K?iinka .?" ?stnnueu? .t?
?Ivabal . 1"- ?Water Welle?. M
roi urn ka't: the touthj ri., rar two
yrar-uldi. Hli furlon??,. main cour??.
iJain?-r .I'-' Wo. ?.ten .Sho??.
Punch Howl. 1121* ?: i-er .I1"'
an I i ap. ?'" atattr .100
Ool ?-n ChliM? ? ? ?m
FIFTH RACE?Hani ap for Una? y??l ?Id?
an?l upward. Ftva and a half furlon??.
BpiinB " *r?i . 11* Prosraaalve .
. HI VA ?.n.lavvliy .IM
? Fairy. M .?6
Ou) Flah?r. 9*U
nine.110 Finar . ?2
Kll.i Hrynon. Mow. ?
I .106
SIXTH HACK -Selling-; for thre?-y?aV-oMr, an 1
ii|?w:ir?i (?ne mil?
. IWIO U Huster.
Jawbone .UrtChojiln.
h .lio Mi Spec?.i?1?
l>ainKfrfl?M . H?7| WhUpac Helle.l>?l
? .Apprentice allowance of flv? pounl?

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