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PAIT it BW PAGE?.
Trojan, an Outsider.
Wins the Futurity
S ible Coll Beats
Pick of Juveniles b)
Three If
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mmgrtt a victory f<"
J uoUO b?t ?-.liuwi colt. jUi ia***.,
n?*i,ie h ?.now of ail opposition
nit.-r breaklag laut.
Star liare Just Romp? Home.
thaae on the *.n-?ide Star Gase
? a morsel, and ha had :
High at 10 i? j i b?st
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the expectations "f hrs fol?
* by leading almost throui
a margin as M i
>? ? end ol a mile Sts
ten lengths shea I
lasten, on the lat?
ter, made sn effort, to clone the big ?cap
g, und star Gate eame
bj himself. Plying r ail
I 1. provod that she hum' pone
??y from the form that made her
tent wir.ner around the
'?? ? York tracks.
V t*?er representative of Star Shoot.
. upheld his reputation as a
' mud runners when he won the
' C race, a seven-furlong dash fur
. : ,*er**. Huxton had the mount
i- over when he made
iVO
The Beverwyek Steeplechase attract
inly foin starter?, none of
? .-*< i much class. K A
- bean exceeding',
his meeting, added to his
laur?ls by sending Savannah out to win
arjreh a' 'he favorite's pr:i*.\
Ion*; time after the start
. thai Weldshln would make a
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I that Til
a? H?> serit Weld?
on the la?t turn and th.* Yankee
i.r cla?c '
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s, and th?
?*. tarrving the c, '?
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men, i
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to viel
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Hrly lead and hi to Trie
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5EVERWYCK STABLE SOLD
Mr?. Shilling Faj's Top Price
O? Sale for Hecnir.
Hug. .
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ENLISTMENT HITS
AT ENGLISH SPORTS
League Cricket Games Will Be
Continued, but Many Stars
Have Joined Colors.
i ta Th? Tribus i
1 he call to the
glish army threatened
timi to p.it a complete Btopper
reughout the B
I 'iminp at a time right in the
? * ? ? ci Ckel and just !.* the
? ni O? the ?im cer semon. all
?rare prepuied to cancel their
? representativa meet
? f > e!d it wap decided to
?tid save Bdditif?
'he f-lnom call!., ii by the
? .- throwing a lana number of
? i,r emploj ?
Buckinghamshire,
.?ion of the
i hampionship. faund
ble to keep iti engagement.-;
of eleven of its
?? war.
. wall known players
ded to the rail : Su A
. '- eaptain ; Captain
.. Dei b) shin 's skipper! A
II Hornby, captail ol I.anra*hire;
il. .-' Bush, of Surrey; Captain
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. ? f?. C. Robinson,
estershire: A. YV. < arr and P. P.
ghamahire; Sharp und
terahire; N. ?I. ",
>,, \ re. and five member?
? re team.
? ? , gtound, Kenninpton
. . ? -.ken over by th? ?
?ties, and their remaining
be i '??.eil off at Lai
.,,?, ri "i v ?diese?.
GOLFING TRAGEDY IN "AD"
Downhearted Duffer Would
Give Clubs for Graphophone.
i '??:> testimony of a tragedy
. ,.r n duffer Is given in an
? nt puhlishe-1 in an English
I he sad hi*-'oi
?? wrong is to'd in the
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giving tap golf. u iehes
complete ?
ron, "n?' ntash r, one niblick mi.,i
' . va
re"-A und h nun bei o'
. ? Vi\e pound: 'he lot or
fang-e fot a good g-hpi.'.
A vi '?r ? "ihr Rketeh" hi?is the
,?e? pause, idling him that one?,
. c"' hi? gtaphophnn?* "he will
he able to ?hange it hack again
fai a ? am -et of golf duns ?*
Brookes Out of
the (iolf Tourney
r",i t, I? I . A US 29 Norman K
i ? . ? i i Australian tennis player,
I . v-. fiU 1*1 default hi*
; eoi petitoi In i ha i lai loi i
amateur golf ebampionah P al Mr.?,
? , VI , aeat week, a* he is t.. *?? i
foi l.ngiand on Thursday. Hrookes <l?
?faulte?! in the all-comers' tennis tour-1
I. ?vi.. her? this ..>.._.
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ASK WAIVERS ON
"HOOKS" W?LTSE
Veteran Likely to Refire
After Leaving Giant ?
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the issui tl a the i
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two innini tl I
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V, |i .. 1904,
cornn,.
Lcagu ''
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wherevei plac? Uwaj i
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GRENDA SHOWS SPEED
Wins Two-thirds Mile Open
Race at Brighton Beach.
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Brundage Captures
All Around Title
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Chicago A
day won I
of th?- I ' athletic 1
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Luke Kelly Made Head Ooaoh.
Luke Kelly, ? sptai n of
f??me eleven la i'.'ii. bei been appoint
e .1 head ? o m-h/Jet the In ,, < i.. ? foot? I
hall U.-..C. lui XT [ ?mili.
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Giants Keep Lead
National League
by Even Break
Big Jim Vaughn Shuts Out
McGraw's Men in the
First Encounter.
BILL KLEJVI BETTER
THAN A POLICE FOR?
Matty Saves (Hants in the Sec?
?md Contest, but He Is
Hit Hard.
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The ? lib.* ??opt "Rube" Mur'iuarl
?lo'.vn to a d-af-Mt, nor.r tin- Ip?* 1. H ai
abli". m ?ho opening eontat t? the
double hcnilfr, but thry v.?? ??
Imik by th?- mantor haiul of "Rig Six."
who has recovered all hi?? old'itn?* cun
in a ilaahinf ebattla which bn
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Fred I oil
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of s run tip pla
. little ground?
i re? i mod to aoe
"ti I ii I Fletcher walke.l
Roberteon would I ive keen an aua\
?'ii* had Johnsos not .l.-i-iilo i to mal??
his Aral ? ? ro? Th,it tilled the baaos
and th?re was gi ??,??? "V m the Oian
eama when Eddie Grant ?'opped i
Ida, thereby fon
Ing Si om home
Movers Visses | Chance.
Chii ' ? ? ?? il mar
,,",.. ? >?t the
Bol tli" great
, ? . up '?i ?,m
, Sl all time?
more to he consoled
th'in ? for striking eut.
The <;,?nfs hnd the barios ''lied with
only one out in 'he second frame, hut
nary a run could they xqueeze out.
Then In the third they scored a tolly
by -i, ? ? remely ?imple method, the
home ran, Davey Roberteoa waa the
Hing forei I hind th!? particular
the Aral man
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JIM V\! CHN, Win? Slir I 01 I THE GIANTS
Order nddrd fuel to the flaue
when the r-?-l?er triad t.. enforce ti
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back.
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?began airain. All of th ? eoi
much .
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BILL KL KM
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SUPERBAS WIN
AFTER LOSINt
lian . \) feats Them in ih
First Game, bul They
Capture Second.
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i ."day. H
scored the only run of the :irst gam
between the l'irat.'i and tne Superba
after thirteen innings of brilliant bas.
hall. In the olden days Han.? ?a
Omnipresent on the snorting page:
His name just had to be mentioned a
lea-it every other day. Hut age ha
been creeping along tile muscles an
of the old i
; seem the ag le human machin
so potent iri the past in luring th
worship '.r' fan lorn had slipped severa
cogs.
It is pleasing to report, therefor?
that Hans ?.nee more, if only once, i
deserving of a full meed Of pra.se. i
it hMdn't been fur Hat:-; th? S'lperha
would have 'i' ubtless made a cica'
,, m Bmoketown. As it whs th.
lost one game t?i Hans and Wi
other from Hans's nine. The score o
the first content ?as 1 to o and I
second "> to 1.
There were t wo men out in th'
thirteenth when Hans reached tirst oi
a fumble by hgan. The old ma;
promptly stole second, and Mot arth;
did the re->t wi'n it single.
The fuit hat*|e was one of pitchers
Pfetfer and MaBlaUS being "ii th,
mound for their respectiva teams
Hits m luffieienl number? were ma.i?
to bring forth r?verai tallies, bu* the]
cam?' along inn , | In su.-l
lonely fashion tiia* there were no re
raits
The second game was a ?1 '
proposition. The hits, though fewer ir
number, a/ere eloeoly bunehedi ant
three pitch? i- were called upon to di
the work thai two had accomplish?*;
in the opening contest. Ragaa staye?
in the box for Brooklyn, but. Cooper
for the Pirates, found the going st
haul that he had to be relieved b)
Adams
The Superbas started af'e. Cooper II
the tirst inning by tallying ..ne run
Mal*.m was safe .?? ii' o? i? low throw
h> V'iA, He was forced by Daubert
ami Myers wai hll by ? pitched hall
Coopei then threa the ball fai aver th.;
catcher's hood, and buth runners moved
up a peg. Hauheit ara? caught at th.?
plata an Wfheat'i rap to McCarthy, but
Kgan singled, scoring My?
in the second Brooklyn kept up the
pace with IWO more SOUntB. McCarthy
singled aft. r (.et.r'j dem se at first.
Itagan doubled and I'altun walked, till?
ing the bags. Dauberl singled, ?coring
M,i r.ithy and Ragai
Tlie score follow < :
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I i.per. 1 TIB???1 -24 I inpir???
Kill Harry Coveleskie,
Once the Giant Killer
Feature Fads of
Day in Baseball
Ihr ?.nuil? nere within An ?r' of
?nrren.lerln? ?In-lr I?-??? to Ittt Mr????
>r.lrr.W> ??hen ?lie I* .?t?.n I? im teat
two guinr. frort? the ? .rlil.nl
i?\ tagAoame Utt taaaoA taat?o fr.>m
II,,. I til.. \|.?,r.n'- inri? ?fcoM ?he
Urne? tri a ??In >.l I..?lf a *,??..-. %rW
l.?rk le*.I- ?be Intel*- ?-> '"" '"" e*?n?r,
wllh fV??t..n ?e.on.l. ?h?lr ?he ?.?r
illnal? dropped bark Int.? dur.I pi?.
Tl??- ?luv ejVM ?I?? .1 itainfMl <>i?e for
the \ anker.. I IM ltr.iv. ??-. hOtt ?n l.lle
iiflrmoon of If. and In drfr.itiii? th?
Tiger* Ihr Sen \urk \mrri. ,?n? WStOoA
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BRAVES WIN TWO
FROM CARD?NALS
James Attends to First and
Batting Rally Takes
Second.
St. Loui*. Aue. 21. St. Louis
dropped to third place in the race for
ii League pennant by lo*
e.-ii: two gamei t-> Beaton thia after
Bfl - ?....- ? ! place.
l.i ,l -tie the inal
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tha Til in the con
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AN0THERJ0HNS0M DEFEAT
Wolfgang Downs Great Wai?
ter in Moundsmen's Duel.
Waahinegton, Keg. -' Wa I ar John
?oi luff? red anolbet defagt a'
band..; of a young pltcl er to-day, whan,
with Wolfgang in th? box, ?hicapo
beat Waahington by a More ?.f '_' t.. i.
In the seventh inn.r . 'I nin
gte( Poarner'i triple and Schalk'i
via -cored t?o rum Bchanki (??
In Washington*! run In the ninth, when
gleti, took third on Will
hit aie 1 .?-..red on an OUl
Wolfgang alao >*iiin?l in Holding, a?
. ? i ? ? eleven cha
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Mack's Men Do Not Defeat
Naps Until the Ninth Inning.
Thiladelp! I, Atta
Mitchell hn?l a ?a t!? ?.ir ?l?i?*l her.- thia
?iternoon. Philadelphia defeating! le?, e
lai .1 bj 2 to 1 Hew nning i on a ai
? ! eti the ninth innn.u on ? o
I liclnnia'a
Coltina i :
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Yankees Find No fatal
Results ?n Pitching
of the Pole.
PECK'S HOME RUN
IS USEFUL DRIVE
Long Hits in Plenty at Hard
Fought Battle on the
Polo Grounds.
Harr. ' < a. o ,-.;,? 7T th?-*
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s ft.. rno<-.Ti,
but anfortonately for
C ha DC?
?like to them. He ?vas
married around th?? greensward I -
round ten h.1? of raryiag 'iu'.ir.ce.anii
grouped around I sveral t*
ors of his 'eammates, maie it easy foi
th? local men :o make the circuit of
the paths. The ?cor?? was t*, ?o .".
Truth i ' I ??'?->? I. ? it Yte
ehron ? v>. - v ii - i i moat
of the.r mauling
In the last four innings just two hits
were made, and only one sharp play
wai necessary to cut of? a possible
Bush made M was a
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in hehrn.l the pitcher's box. I .
or late, the bitting was tone, ai I
f tl | i' ? n for
th- day at leaat I*
time being that t -"..'ir*- drum
) ba?.*ball wi .
knock? ka boa, bul
? rm.
Tijzer mound?mnn was r
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din 1
full a ra ol
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h"p end Ray Fisher.
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gt blew ap.
Ha l be remained la 'he boi th?
no t.- have hap
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came wi'l-m strrk?r.g distan?
hauled little Jack out of the fracas
and burled Ray Fiai.* the breach.
? a? a capable r*
? I men WM faced h.m m ord. r.
Tigers Leave Mtten Clan?.
having themselves l.ke nice
? i -? veil innin,---, B
wh.ch time they ?cored Ottl| two funs
anil were apparently ba?tly beater, th.
- heard th? cal! of th? m
? led ;.s Trirers -? -p.nul
and the blood Of the mon ..r ??'?.s loyal
New York rooters ran cold
Tyrus Cobb, an outAelder of s?.ni.?
repute, started the eighth inning bv
?lainmririi one on the BOSS to le-''
tre. H *.\ ? - a f,i r tw at Ty
kept . ? ? ?
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Hughic Jennings rent the heavy,
i ;rr with in? battle try as
Bam l rai ford can?* ? He
admon '
all the bases. .-. have many
bases to tOUCh ju<t at one lime H<
',. .* ii it a pun| I base
, eyelash, i>u? the fleet-footed
Cobb loped home. Thi? brought Bob
\ . ach 'Ii tO ! i,?' bat I'?. . i '. fV'b
had ripped out i three-b iggei
'm-,' i*,,' Joined the Ba He
*' Werhop'l ra' .e bal'
and lofted it into the u
Foi ? home run. Of courao.
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?ver -iiadi' OB thl gn : ,i ? 1' Il ni
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rows hack m the sea'?. And that
brought ahou' tb . ? \S'ar
!,np a? ,i pitcher, ?'harree ?;
ron much was .? , I
lack from Cue |in? and hurried
th? front. A? told pre*.
pu' au end to all
?coi ing. a: I
, ? of the half doMR BOB who faced
him.
Homer Just Lets Home.
It was ?i day ? - 'anee hit?
ting. In the aggregate number af en?
tra bases the figera ha?i a
????'? of the argument. Their batl :
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eight for the Yankees. It w.,s _ eeinci?
denee, perhape, that tbore were throe
doubl?e, three triples and three hom<?
tun?. The Yankees monopolized the
tWO-baggers. Warhop got two Tt< t\
Hartie?l ene. But the Tigers cornered
the three-baggers. Cobb, Wach and
? 'ovaleakie each got one.
Honora fi to ew 1 ark la the
drives for thi eircuit. Leslie Nun?
piaker put one in the left ?Id bleach?
er-, wh le Koger Pcckmpaugh put one
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?nchea. \ saeh's drii ? n.ii d,
gad gn'Htrst ?>f them all.
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After Malsel died on ? fly
?,. Cobb. rlartaoll was ?af.? on gave*
naugh'l fearful error. Cook I
Roy at second, but tool Imaolf
i roe bit t?> ritch* The r I
? ben br ike ?ut m a d ... but
Cree doubled back t>. Brat In -
.,? i aok thundered aeroas 'he p'.a*e in
SCOnd inning N'unamaker madl
i un. Hartzell lit glad B th>
thrrd and moved up OB Cook's taCl
He took tir rd on Covali \ ?
?a,l.l throw t" second trying to
Hartxall was run down when
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out by Hsrtr.ell sored New Votk's la?t
The rig? : * '
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when Peckinpaugh * th thi
ball, when Ru?h roll? Itatop
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rawford'a hit ai when
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