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THE SUN THURSDAY THURSDAYJULY3O JULY 30 1903 19O
YOURG IiiLRNRT BBHRY BADLY BEATEN BEATENr BEATENpvwr
JRATWUTJI r AT ODDS ON OUTSIDE OUTSIDEOW
OW 0 PBB 1L MONEY MONEYOKiUirfa MONEYto
I OKiUirfa B to 4 > 1 flnrprlie 8urprhaoleUnt 8urprhaoleUntIak Rotetlnt RotetlntT
T Iak 3im th tile Donton Makes From Dok Dokf Duke Dullofill Duket
fill f Mendal IteadalFhe Flte of the be Days Favorites FavoritesHit FaorlttDlte Fvorltuflit
Hit Dlte the Dust at t Jamaica Track TrackFora TraekP TrackPoTm
Fora waa w WI up tn the air at Jamaica yester yesterday y yeeterdsj ter tert ¬
t day P afternoon when flre fve favorites tavortl burned up upUMI upI upthpbIoi
I UMI tpublo thpbIoi ca publics aon money mODe The last straw Itm was wa the thedownfall thedowa thedownfafl
downfall of Alexander Shleldss Rhieldsl Young Younl Henry HenryIn l nr nrIn
dowa
In the thelt th last event ennt at a mllo mlo and seventy leventy yards yardsWDM yardst yardwhi
whi WDM t at at S to t t4 B I he was M unable to finish tnlMh In the themoney thl thlII themoney
II money moo There Tere was wa no end of grumbling Irlmb1nl by byth byI
8 I th the crowd cowd as the rush to the thl trains trlM began beganA begln beglni
i A Bale ae blew ble acrou aroM the track all al afternoon afternoondrlrlnr nftroon nftroonJ afternoondrivingelouds
J drlrlnr drhin drivingelouds clouds coudl of dust dllt Into ilt the thl eye I eyee II and ears earsof elrs elrsI earsof
of the theepectatrs spectators In spite fpltl of the thl fact flct that tho thoentire thoentre theentire
entire entre course was Wil constantly cOMtunty wet down downYoung downYoung lowl
I Young Younl llenry lenrs disgraceful dlllmcefll defeat deflt could couldnot Iolid Iolidnot couldnot
not bo explained explaine He le carried llrrlld 111 II pounds poundsand poundI ound oundand >
I and had the thl benefit btntt of Odomn pilotage 11101all Ho Homet itoI 0 0I
I I met Lord Hadge II > on equal 11111 terms terlM as to weight weightboth W4ightboth hhl hhlboth
both giving 1lnl away weight to tho others Lord LordBadge LOfl LOflBale LordI
I Badge Bale with Bullmnn 111mlI up 1 was WII heavily hII backed backedfor llwklII llwklIItor hitchedfor
for the thl place 1lnrl The Th good oo1 thing thlll handed handedaround lalllpl lalllpl10und iianiiedI
I around 10und in the tm paddock pllioek howiiver hOlfvr was wn John JohnH Johl JohlH JohnL
L H Carrs threeyearold threrynrolll filly tly rourtmiiid rourtmiiidwho Ctlrtllle ourtnilhii
i who took tok up II only 04 0 pounds pOlne and had McCaf McCafferty MeCaffert lrCu
ferty fert on her back As th the starter gavn 110 the theword theI theword
1 I word wod she he went weot to the front settlnir ttnl the pace pacewith pnceI
i with wth little ltte exertion exerton Odom did not IOt make a aore 1 1on aov
I ore ov on Young YOUOI Henry until Intl the far turn turnwas tur
1 was 1 reached raohe when hn h h8 moved up lP to Lord LordBadfts Lordi Lordfledge
i fledge Bale and seemingly leemlngly got Iot ready rlady to go 10 to the thefront thl thltront thsfront
front But Blt when straightened 8trallh 0rd out Olt for home homeMcCifferty hom8Modery borneMocafferty
McCifferty Modery let Courtmald down and the thediminutive thei thediminutive
i r diminutive dlmlnutye fllly nly nil was ready for a final nnl chal challenge challenle chatlenge ¬
lenge lenle from Lord Badge nWle as al the favorite fayorlt under underthe Inder Inderthe underthe
the whip was W wa beginning bellnolnl to hang hanJ In his stride stridenullman strideflulIrnn trde trdeBllml
nullman Bllml put the whip to Lord Iladgc ladl I3ad and he hegot hl hlf heI
I I got Iot his head h ad In front for n l moment mOI lt but Court Courtmaid Court Courtmaid Courtmaid
maid was W game and 111 ridden rhlln out Olt to the th end endshe pld pldI endshe
f IIIe
she took tok the race rlce by a length IPlgth and n half hllf in InttI
I ttI 14935 141 146 35 running the thl mile mi in 14233 1 14 4 3 Lord LordBadge IordtJ Lordtt
Badge had four lengths to spare over Klor Klorhnm Fiore
tt DMle fOlr lenlthl For Forham
tJ In time to beat beatthe batthe beatthe
e ham Queen 15 to 1 who iio got 10t up II tlll
the favorite favorie a head for third money moneyThe monlY monlYI moneyThe
I The Dunton Iunton Staked Stnkl for or threeyearolds threeyearoldsat
h r at t a mile mll and a sixteenth Ixeenlh provided prohlee more un unpleasant unZ unpleasant ¬
Z pleasant pleaAlnt comment cormnll relative rllntv to the Shields Shieldsstable Shieldsatble Shieldsstable
stable atble when the th even pln t en money Ione favorite flrll Iuk Iukof Ilk IlkI 1iikeof
l of Kendal K ndal was easily laRir trimmed trllm1 by b Uosetlnt UosetlntThe IoAetnt IoAetntThe RocetintThe
I The latter wa W was well 1 supported Alpported at 5 to 2 and nndwith Ild Ildwltb andwith
with later Cochran up lp she Ihe made 1111 all 11 the th running runningRosetlnt rUIIIII runningI
1 I Rosetlnt was hardly hardl extumled and had a alength 1 at
t length Inlth and Ind wu a half hiI at It the Ihf wire wlrl where wll re she he was wastimed wal waatimed
favorite two twolengths hvom twoIenths
f timed In 147 35 The Th was WI
I lengths before Sheriff Ihrlf Hell HellA 11
m I 1 lenlthl A load of money was wnslost lost to the th ring rlnl through throughthe throulh throulht throughthe
the defeat def lt of Northern Sorthlr Star Stlr In the thl flrst trt race racea rc rchandlap
t a handicap for nil ni nges at II six furlongs flrloll Tho ThoHanover Thl TueI
I Hanover iinover over colt Iol picked up 122 pounds pOlndA and Ind was wasbeaten W Wa waalI
lI tn beaten a aten n down from 5 to 2 to 7 to 5 his hl owner ownerB ownert
t t B J Smith placing placnl a heavy leay commission on onMm onf onIt
j It Mm Irn Fuller Fuler got Iot Duelist IlelAt who ran rln in II blinkers blinkerseye hlnkprA hlnkprAway blinkersI
In the twinkling or
I r way from th pot twllklnl an anI
f 1 eye taking tklnl a 1 strong lead leld which proved proved too toomuch toomuoh toomuch
ye
much for Houe the th runnerup rUlnerup to the turn turnto turnI turnto
I to overcome The 1 h Albemarle Albmlrle Stable 8tlble 4 entry entryWealth entryWenlth entryWealth
Wealth and Invincible Inlncbl made n ngailnnt gallant gllllt rush rushdown rlAh rlAhdown rushS
S down the th home homp stretch Atrttch and Wealth Wllh 4 calth rapidly rapidlyoverhauled rpldlyovrhaulf rapitii rapitiioverhauled
overhauled ovrhaulf Duelist DuelAt Fuller Fuler drew Irtw n I fine tn Mulsh Mulshwith Inl ilnis ilniswith h hIth
with Ith perfect confidence contl16nle however and Duel Duelist UII UIIlet Duel1st ¬
let won prfect by b a head III In 114 1 14 Wealth S eMlth finishing finishingfour IllBhll1 utnichingfourtengths
four fourtengths lengths before Invincible InvincibleBut Invlnc lnvinclIle lnvinclIleBut hi hii
But Blt leolthA for hard racing rclnlllck hick Mambo the th choice choicein cholll
i
in the second raw at a 1 mile mil and seventy seventyyards seventyyards vent ventJ
J yards etonl would probably prohlh have hIVI won He I got gotaway g gott t tawav
t away slowly I and was WIA so far flr bark ba < k lit the th end endof endo nil nilof
o of tlir threqlarhr titrocqilartera eiiarlers 111 of a mile mU that Ilt his task taskseemed Illk IllkI taskI
I I seemed hopeless Hicks lkR had hld to go gt to t The thdextreme Ih IhI Theextrens
I extreme fxtrem erf outside ollAlle for the thl t lie run rll ru a home hOII 10 and Inl IL nd the theway Ihl t he heway
way the th Ht Saviour Hlvlour colt cIJlt ran over hU field fieldmade tlld tlldmnde flidmade
made WIY the crowd crOnl wild 11 with delight dUght Kiln KilnKnyder Eil Eilat4nyder
Knyder 7 to I had the th race rlIC all ni to herself herselfafter hrAelfafer herilIfafter
lnrder
after disposing of Ieipslc 1lpRlc at the thl head held of u the thestretch th thi thestretch
i stretch afer Atrltch but Jt ns Mambo Illbo dashed dlBhNI up u In the last la8tI lastOO
I 100 OO yards MeCnfTerty lcnlerty went nt to tI H 1 fierce drive drivein drl drlJ
I in 10 order to take tlk first Irsl money from the th favorite favoriteby favorl favoriteby
by b a short Ihort neck Sambo 81r0 wan WI four fOlr lengths lengthsbefore InthI
J I I before Ethics Ethlls For nearly half hlf a I mile mi the thepace theI
I pace paCf was WBI made mld8 by Faranlass FlrnlAA a 1000 10 to 1 1shot 1ahot 1shot
shot The time wns 148 t 48 46 46James 46I 45James
James McLaughlln tcllllhln tm M I Theo Thl played playeddown pla playeddown
down own to S to I cot Iot ot H 1 vigorous vilorls ride rile from frm Odom Odomnnd fdom fdomund OdoinI f
I I und won the thl third race rlct for maiden 1111n twoyear twoyearold twoIrold twoyear twoyearI
I old fillies 11lt at fIve and Ind a I half furlongs by a aneck a aneck
neck ne k The Th time was 1 los I O 3 3The 3The 3i 3iThe >
I The only onl successful Auclledll favorite was WIB H T TMevers Tffver8 Tt
I t Mevers ffver8 Sailor Snior Knot 8 to 5 who won the thefifth th theI
I i I fifth nfb race rac for twoyearolds two earollM at threequarters threequartersof threeQuartlrA
1 of a mile Silent Water backed down from rromr fromp
r p 15 to to mi 1 to threes looked like Ik a winner up If to tothe toI
I I the thf last furlong flrlonl pol pole where Hicks Hcks got 10t tho thorail th thi tueI
I I rail rll with vlh Hallor Halor Knot Knoll who won wal In a gallop gallopby 11101 gallopI
1 i I by b five VI lengths lnlthB Ned Sl N ed Moore 8 to i Don Donand UOI LonI
I r I r i nely rielly 5 10 I Ind and Sient Silent WiIer Vater talow followeI hlll hllland hteati hteatiand
and necks oe k apart as IK named I a IId The Th tlmn thll titn was Wili
1 I 115 McCafferty McCaterty handled two winners winnersPIRST wlnn winnersracT rs rsFIIT
PIRST FIIT BACK BACKHandicap f JtACLt CK CKt
t Handicap landlcap for all 11 ages a tVKl S91 4JQ added sIx furlongs furlongsHorn IlrloDr IlrloDrHOr turtongflora
t I Horn HOr and Ait Aa Hf 1 tt ocfcrtf otkr ttrtttng lJrttr Fin FinDuelist Fn FnDuels FftI
I Duelist Duels 5 103 Fuller Fuler 52 f2 even e n 1 1Wealth If 1Weattb
f Wealth Weatl B 91 9 WllUerson Wlleon el 1 21 21 2tinvtnetbte 2 2Invincible 2Inlnrtbl
Invincible 3 107 Onnnon Glnon 01 2t t s sNorthern 3i > sNorthern
Northern Norm Star ItarU2llcma 4 122 Dnngman 76 35 4 4St 4I 4St
i St Sever 4 XI McCafrty Mdalry lonl 101 251 21 t 5 5Yellow 6ylow 5Vetiow
I Yellow ylow Tall Tal fl 122 1220dom Odom ft1 1 21 t G GMonte 0Monle 6Monte
Monte Carlo 100 II 1 Hnack 1lck 121 11 t2 1 41 7 7lloue 7I 7Ilone
I lloue 1114 4 12 OLUolza IJesouza SIM SH toj 101 8 aTlme 8J 8Cnuptett
Coupled CoupledIi <
Ii i J Tlme Tlme4U TlmeO13 lJ I tl 024 030 03 26 048 15 114 114Good 1 1Go 114I
I Good Go start alar won eaMly eaI Duelist Uuell b g 16 6 by Odd OddFellow OddreUowtla Oddi
i Fellow reUowtla YeUowIlla Ella Duke owned by Frank trak Farrell FarrellaecoND Farrel Farretit
t aecoND COND CONDi DACE DACESelling nACKj
i j Selling SeWII for threeyearolds Ibrcrearld and ad upward two twoadded S weg
g added allowancci a iIowancM lowacM one on mile mi and 70 yards yardsHone yarlhHo yartliHorse
Hone Ho and At itgs > Tl 1 vt Jockey JOtkr IlttHng nelng Fin FinKUa Fn Fntla F FL
L KUa tla ua Snyder 8 aSambo fc7McCnfty t7 Mcaly McCafty 71 52 C2 i lSambo i108Hicks Ilambo ta tailL
ilL Sambo lambo 4 4Kthlcs 108Hicks I lOX lck 11lck 62 f2 even evenp 2 SKthlcs 210HCocbran 2tlbc
p c Kthlcs tlbc 5 5Lelpslc ion 10HCocbran 10Cochran Cocbran C 01 1 21 1 it 8 8Lelpslc S
t k Lelpslc t tllomestean J 97Foley 07 97tolyl01 Foley Foley1X1 1001 8 8H 301 301htomesteat < M 4 4Homestead 41OH 410mteAl
¼ Homestead llplc A fl flCarroll 0 ion 10 Fuller Fuler 71 52 f2 52i 6 6KUa 6101OBrien 6Carl
i Carroll 10mteAl Carl D 4 4Kbltal 101OBrien 1010 oBrien rnIOl 1001 40t tot Oit s 8llal
t Kbltal llal 4 4Justice 107 Dangmn 301 lft1 101 101Justice 7 710lFelcht 11iln
Justice 0 10lFelcht 101 Felcbt 8O1 20t 201l 8 8Faranlass
lgL t t t tlaral
l Marcellian 1iln L c Creamer r eoj 201 201Faranlss
Faranlass laral 4 lODWnwrhtlOOOl 10 100 WnwrhUot 4001 601 10 10Water 11 tok
k Water Tower 4 100HaacU I0IIck ins hlaack ft1 11 21 n nLady t Iiil
il Lady Iay Mistake MIa a R IIJJon21 81 JJones2001 JJonea 2Xi 801 811 12 12Memo 12Menlo
Memo Mert I t ica l Mthws 11 51 l 2118 2118TlmeO12 211 21 18 18s
s TlmeO12 02446 0 024 45 037 01 04028 040 2 24 10225 10 102 2 25 11625 162 162lt26 116 25 25Ib1
Tme12
Ib1 142 lt26 28 148 lt646 lt646G 46 46Good 45Good
Good G stan str won wo driving drvlnl EII Ella Snyder ch f 3 by bySt bylt bySt
i St lt Frank rral FrankftJl Florlan FloraU FlorlanEather Esther r Cleveland Cleead owned onel by Isaac IsaacFrank tuc tucrral Isaaci
ftJl THIRD TRIJ TffIIIDflAC1 TffIIIDflAC1V BACK BACKFor C
V l For maiden madM twoyearold fllllu nl tSOO S added aded tded to tocarry t tot
t I I carry ry 112 11 pounds pud nve and ad a half hal furlongs furlongsAnna furlonrS furlongr1
r1 S horse and Aa WI Jockl Jockey Hftnl BtttnQ Fn Fni FIn
4 i f 1rThe21 1k 10rn Tbeo 2 113 Odol Otlufl ft 5i 21 I II 1a
a I nackSol2121lk flhatk Socks 2 112 flauwk 11 8I t IlS 2 2V
V Flower 2 12 Wlke Vllkeriion oa 11 SI 31 1 3 St St1ji
1ji i Reallon 3 112 U lrk 1tIek 52 2 even evenGlad 4 4Olad
I Glad Smie SmIle 2ILCmhra 2 112 Cothrn 161 11 aj aja I
a Miss Shylock 211alnoD 2 112 ta000n 31 201 11 121 121icarttioAren2 8 8i
Mi
t i CeartheArena213Ios icarttioAren2 112 floar 81 11 5i 5iIt 7 7la
It tea GIIe Gate 2 12 1 ulr utter f 151 1 61 61i I 8 8Anna
i la Anna Anna Hasttngi Hlog 21UMathewi 2 12 Mnthe 12 121 51 CI 5ILtd n nLlda 0i
Llda Ltd Lelb 2 112McCatTeity 12 112 MeCafTerty tcCIIry 121 11 51 f1 10 10HelIeofPortland21t2Cnllahan 101Iorportotl12 toIc
Ic i HelIeofPortland21t2Cnllahan 1da 1Iorportotl12 Itetle or Portlan4 2 112 CalahAn Callahan noi 01 so 81 501 j jraddle 1 11
4 raddle Mac 2 112Daly 12 Oaly 2001 ROi fH 12 12Jrlvllege 1 12L
L I Jrlvllege rtvtlege 2 112 Walnwrht 1001 101 401 13 13Tlmeoiii 13fme1
7 rlvlere Tlmeoiii flnieOti 15 1 023 02316 15 035 0 15 lM36 lM36Good 1031 10535vt
vt Good od fme1 etsrt nlar won on driving drllnt M Theo br f 2 by byLlssak byl
l Llssak UsakMacme ILaakMadame Madame Reel owned by b James McLaiigh McLaiighIln McfaugbIto
I Ito 10 Itofld
FOCBTH FtITI KACX KACXThe IACI
fld The Tb Dunton Duntn Stakes 5Iak for threeyearolds threyeald eli slipounds alxr elipoundS
r pounds plod below the scale aeae ace with wih allowances lowaee one mile mileand mie mieaDd milej
j and a sixteenth sixteenthHorse 5lxteDthlonn etzteentithorse
Horse and Age Aa Bf Jockev Jockl Jocke Bitting Dettgn Fin FinHosetlntS FinRoeLnl3 Fini
i it HosetlntS RoeLnl3 lonn 108 Cochran < ochrl 62 f2 46 6 H HDukeof I IDukeof 1i
i Dukeof Kendal K ndl 3 113Odom 113OdomSheriff 130dom 113 Odorn cten n 12 12lhrUI 2 2I
I Sheriff lhrUI Bell lel 3 113 Fuller uler 71 75 HI HITuiralBey3 r ItTutral
TuiralBey3 Tutral ulalley3 l3ey 3 ICHHicks IOilrl 104 Itteks 20t 21 11 0I l 4 4Athelroy3 431 4Athelroy
I Athelroy3 3 108Jannon lot Mnflon 301 31 n IH IHnekabr3 5 5DekaberS 5flrkabr3
DekaberS nekabr3 6S O Creamer Crlmer reamer 801 81 01 11 n nColonsayS 6Olooay itColousay
ColonsayS Olooay S I13Ilullman t3 113 Illman Ilutlman 301 31 oi 11 7 7Time 7TIm 7TtmcOh145O2485OSl4S2
Time TtmcOh145O2485OSl4S2 0114 014 5024 024 8 5087041 40871426 2 51014 I I0h1511445 I0h1511445Av Of 6 5114 ltH 4 5
Av 141 15 I 147 1t 3R 3RGood 3 3Gnd 541F
F i Good Gnd ood start won eaSIly 1 Hnsetlnt 10sUDI oh f 8 by byHastingsLady bylaUnesLey
144 HastingsLady laUnesLey Rosemary no mar owned own ll by hyJ J 1 linden Bodenwrrii Boen Boennnu lindenvirtli
wrrii HACK HACKSelling IICR IICRSIDi RACKi
i Selling SIDi for twoyear lo twoyearold rr olds i IflfiO 0 added adde allow allownnces Ilo Ilonct allowt
t nnces nct six Ix furlongs furlongsHorse furlont furlongshorse
Horse orl anil enl Aw Aa Hl Jorlirtt JorlirttBailor fokl Yorte nnUn Imlnu ZletIlnQ Fin Fin107Hicks Finralor FinSailor
Sailor Knot 2 107 107Hicks Hicks HicksNedMoore2 Ilrk ft5 4 12 12Ned 19 1902Wllkerson 1 1Ned
NedMoore2 ralor Ned Moor 2 I0Wlcrrn ins 02Wllker 02WllkerDonnelly 02Wllkerson wilkerson NI 1 81 31JJonnUf2 2 2Ii2 2ii
ii Donnelly 2 102Puller 102PullerSilent Ii2 12Fuler Fuller 51 21 31 3 51v
v Silent Water aler 2 102 10 Larson LarsonTlthonlc Llroo Larsoni 1 I even 4 4lhonlr2
4 Tlthonlc lhonlr2 2 102 Walnw WalnwGold Walnwrht3001 Wllnwrhl3 1 100 101 101old lOot I 5 5McCafferty SGold
Gold old Tip 2 07 l7lcCaff l7lcCaffKlectrlo McCafferty ICalrrty 4IV1 tI 1V 1r1 151 I IlooCochran I II IItF
tF i Electric 2 If looCochran 10 t01 Cochran CocnraHands CCrhrln tni 0l 201 2H 7 7Hnack 7IKHnack 1Jand 7E
E 4 Hands Jand Up2 UP 2 IWHnack IWHnackDrown II lie Hack Hllrk 251 101 111 to K KtooCochran AIrown stii
tii Drown Monarch Monlrh 2 102 Fisher FisherAuf 1501 JoI coi V 0 0OH 9Auf atA
tA Auf Au Irown Wledersehen Wledrehen 2 OH 9i Folcy Vole olr > tot IIIH HO1 11 10 10BIIK II IIMODlor tol
l Monitor MODlor 2 BIIK OIf so E Walsh 1 Val ValHoney AIhHIH alsh 1001 401 4011 II iihoney
Honey JoDr Bee nl 2 101 Matth Matthin Matthews Mlthcw < 201 61 11 Si 12 13Jlomblno 12l 12Iiomhtno
l Jlomblno 2 07 Darbcc IArhr 2f 2 > t AI i 13 13Le ISrt
rt tee Jomhlno Le Harrison 2 87 Canlwell llllwrl 1601 I6t IH IHlf iTil H M MOltmant isi
i Oltmant Wet ant 2 05 Ollrlcn 1001 3111 311t 15 15IF 15Cood
i lf IF 4 012 hil 1 5 024 o t 01H o 0411 041 i I 5 Hrj 115 115ffood 115Cood
ffood Cood start tar Mt won wCn easily eII eanll Sailor Sllor Knot 1nol h c 2 by h hTh
> The Th Sailor Saior PrlnceSeablrd Prlnclrlh nl owned vld by II I I F Meyer MeyerSIXTH 1Irrr 1IrrrSUTI Meyeri1
i1 SIXTH SUTI BACH BACHTor RCRIor RfCKlor
Tor Ior mares me and geldings gltlnl three years ea old olt and andupward noe and andJ
J upward 10 SH 40 added allowance alowance ono 010 mile mie and nndTO Ild
TO 7 yards I IHorst I1ors Ilioru
Horst 1ors yarr and anl Aft Ia Iff 11 W Jotkrv Iok nrlilna 1llfnu Fin FinCourtmatd3 Fn Fnourmalr3
1 Courtmatd3 ourmalr3 3 f4McC 94MIalltrt 04 Mialterty tIerty HI II H I 21 11 11Ixird 11 11j 111
4 Lord lladge 4 113 15 Iliillmaii llllmll 31 35 2 2Jorham 2lorhsm <
j Jorham lorhsm Queen 8 97 Inrk hlaiuk 15 t Bl lt S 8I Stu
tu Iii2 I Young oUDr Henry Itnry 5 115 18 Odom neum 15 6 out 4 4pquanto3 4li1 4p
p i t i pquanto3 fqunto3 3 01 05 in Larson Arol Mt 101 51 f1 S Sinoi 5Condiment rCondlmeot SLI
LI li1 I I Condiment 4 His Frelcht lOll OH cot rtI n nYoung nSublimity I 0r
r Sublimity fublmly aged 1d lOt Wllk Wllkironl0t r onin l SOl 1 7 7Cryptogram 1i iti
ti Cryptogram I i innCochran ION roehrln Ciwtirnn lwl Irl nni 1 8 8Time RTm STime
i Cr ra
I Time Tm 012 T12 12 025 O 037 O 7 16 3801 05 t 13113 5 1 1 1113 3 15 I 5 111 1lf 16 1 1In ISI
I 1423 In 14235 3 6 143 11 14035 14035nOii 3 3ood 1 1Good
< Good ood nOii start won on ridden rledtn out olt Courtmald olrlmald ch f fr fS
S 8 by Prince noyalNalllii Ron alo McAllister 1lrIMr owned by h hI byI
I J 1 If Ii r Carr arr arrf
f I i lamalra Turf TJrf < > nssli nssliIt nIIII
It I was reported at lt Jamaica Jurllcl yesterday p tlrtIY that thatOom tha thatC
4 1 < C Oom Paul PUl tin1 th I he Prince Prlnl Royal Itoilgelding Torlarln Torlarlnceldlng 1urllrln 1urllrlnleldlnJ
gelding leldlnJ was n dying Ilylnl of ncute Irlll gastritis IMlrlll Unm UnmPaul 001 SnitiPaul
Paul Plul a hot favorite flvorllo last Monday Iontl llnhlied llnhliedlast nll thttisitedlast hlli hlliI
I last Ilst An Investigation InvMIIlton by h the tll stewards stewardsdisclosed RteWlrt stecarslsdisclosed
disclosed diclosed thn fart that thlt the gelding Ifhlnl waswiffer waswifferIng WIH WOS lllr lllrInl tiffer tifferlag
lag Inl from a severe over attack of Indigestion caused causedby Clllld Clllldby caused causedby
by his bil habit of bolting bollnl his feed fpet This Thi excuse excusewa nCIA nCIAu excusewu
wa wu u generally Ieneraly ridiculed ridiuled but blt It appeal appoa that
It was based blAd UPOD fact factFuller fnctFtllBdr factFuller
Fuller FtllBdr wasVtgaln wac egain cautioned raltond by the stewards
4 kjesterday 11 esterday er ay warlaln 1 fti I rough rOllh riding rlng In the th fifth nrh tfwardl race rac racI racel
l
t
OBrien who rode Ointment wa waa Jammed Jammedto
OBrn Ontent w Jamme
to the the rail ri and ro had ha his hl right r ht leg fea 1e onubed onubedto orhe oruihe oruiheA
A bl big klin killing WI was tram framed u up with Ie ies the theAena theArena
Aena Arena fo In the third raol race t the e oSd odds tanirf fallIng rron rronso
30 to 1 to ellht eights blt but the tue Ily filly wa waa not equal equalto equalto
to the thl occasion occlloo In II tho same laUO race rac Anna AnnaHastings Annahastings
Hastings 11 tlia was IH backed blckoll down dO from 20 to 1 to totwelves totwelvel totwelvee
twelves twelvel with a similar simiar result resultTho rosult resultThe
Tho Hulllvans all 11 played plIY 11 Homestead lomest8d In the thesecond theeecond
second 111van event eVlnt but luck was W still lt I against alaIDthm alaIDthmOther them themOther themOther I
seoonl Other unuuoceHsful un uocsfullooll good thing thlnl were ro Ethics EthiosMerlto EthiO EthicsMerito
Merlto Water Tower Had ld Smile Irle Revelation lovl11ton lovl11tonand RevelationanTi lovnlatlonand
and Hllont Ilent Water Wltor There Ihor was an I effective effectiveclean erotvo erotvocan effectiveclean
clean up lP with mla Snyder in the second sonc nice niceOdom rl raceOlOIfl
can
Odom loft for Saratoga a after the races racesBefore rc racesJlefore
Before the lut week wefk ends Ilflo nd all 111 of the thl crack tl riders riderswill rldr riderswill I
will wi be nt lt the thl Spa HpI leaving 1pllng the Held at Jamaica Jamaicato Jur11C11 Jur11C11to
to second raters ratrl and ali apprentices apprenticesa
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It 18 reported that ACrlcnndtr Atricander wi will nt not be bea bea
Monday a Iooda starter ItBrter In tho Saratoga 8aratol Handicap next nextMonday IOx hellMonday
Buffalos Stake Kvrnts KvrntsSecretary Ernt ErntSeretry EventiSecretary
Secretary Seretry John Boden of the Buffalo Iuralo Racing RacingAssociation Raclnl ItacingAssociation
Association loclaton announced yesterday yesterdly that ten tenstakes tenlkls tenstakes
stakes lkls will wi be run rln for at lt the coming cmlni meeting meetinglit m tnl
Kntrles close Aug 11 11for Ilfor
lit Kcnilworth Park Plrk nlrlot on Ui 1
for these UIIMO events eventsTliB eVtntl eventslIui
TIm lIui Western Wr hr New 1 York Ynrllllnrirp Handicap for threeyear threeyearolds thrrearolll
olds olll and upward IIWIII SIrI 1500 1 added one mile mi hub and a1 a aquarter ariU1lln aqueller
quarter quarterThu quellerrIle
< rIle riU1lln Ilutfalo Handicap for threeyearolds 111 clrolt and andupward aodupw6rl antIUpward
upward IIUOO SIUIO 1 015 111111 added allll one Olr mile mlo and nld a half halfThu hll halfItiu
upw6rl
Tim Niagara lalHI Slakes Iale for flr Ihreeyrar three liarolds lrnll olds and Ind up upward upvllrd upward ¬
ward heats HI I seven In furlongs lurlolis best two In three threetime Ihrcelime threetime
Irllo
time between brtllcl brat hrnl 20 21 U minutes mlnll SII 1000 added addedThy 4ddtdTh addedThe
Thy Th Krnllworth Hrnlworth StiiUM tlkM for Ilr threeyearolds threeyearoldstlixoi Ihrc carld
tlixoi SIIXI ItsAt ndilid 11 uiic tt II mile mil and 111 n sixteenth sixteenthThe slltrelth slltrelthh slateriuthllui
The llui h Krle rl County Cnlltr Selling lnl Stakes llkt for t tolds 1hreoear threeyearold
olds JlotMi SI htMl added OIIH tuul mile and Ild aaliteenth aaliteenthThu a llteoth llteothT lztecnthliue
Thu T SIXNIllcl Labor ahnr Day 11 Handicap 11111 mie for all al age SIo 1000 1000added 1000aitdtii
added 1ldlI one OH Jilt mile mi and 111 a sixteenth sixteenthThe slllnlh slllnlhThl lzteenthFht
six The Thl furlongs furlongsThe furtnuugrha Klcctrlc I Stakes for all al age ar SI0 11000 1000 added addedsix add addsix addedclx
The furlonl Tcmawanda Tnllwanda Stakes SIlkr for twoyearold tworeald S10 1000 1000added 2000added
added six Ix and a half furlongs furlongsThe fnrlonrThe fttrlnngsThe
a hal
The Ilntavltt Jlllvla Stakns for two yearold ya1d Silica MIN 110 1000 1000added 1000adtled
added nve furlongs furlongsThe furhnugeThe
The Quick frlnll Step tep Stakes Slak for twoyearold 110ard 1000 1000added i000added 0
added < six sl furlongs furlongsJamaica frlonl frlonlJamata furlongsJaitialca
Jamaica Jamata Kntrtw Kntrle for Today TodayFirst Toay Toay1lut TodayFirst
First DaceSelling ceSelni six ix Mrtongj MrtongjTrtstesse tronl unlongilvening I ITrbtese
Trtstesse Trbtese Ill 11 Evening Ivenlnl Light LithOrlolt 91 91OrbIt
OrbIt 10H Harnf HarnfOsgood Ilr 9S 9 9Osgooti I
Osgood 10 106 Plttacus Plttacusrieetful PllacIB US USleelrul 93tleetfui
rieetful 108 Show Sho Girl GirlThoughllpil p 9 9ThotuLztteq
Thoughllpil leelrul 101 Courtmald CourtmaldOur ourlmlld 8 9 9Our
Thoulllr Our Xugjet ufel ugget 101 101Second lOtSrrond 101Seronti
Second Ilace Ileelatlrlll ttaceltantilcal Handicap me Cne mile mi and ad a furlong furlongIxml frlonl frlonlord1nerc furloneLord
Lord ord1nerc hedge Ill 1 Irnsdble IraI lble 102 102Lady 102Lul 102Laity
Lady Lul Potentate low 101 April Apri ttrlt Shower B BG 0 99
G 5 WhIttier HU liar lr lc I Due Uu fls flsSatire 9 9Galotn 00Satire
Satire 100 lavlota lavlotaCircus 92 92Arnr 95treti
Circus treti IC lOll Agncs 1 1Lnnceman I 1Lancenian 9 9lnocrman
Lnnceman 102 102Third 102Third 102rhuird
Third Race Rlc RaceMaiden Maiden lalden twoyearolds five and andhalf lod a ablit ahalf
half blit furlongs furlongsFcrnrock lurloDrFrmrork furlongtemrock
Fcrnrock 112 October Oetob r Flower to toItnldcn 10 tel tellticn
Itnldcn Oollrl lticn Mallow Mallow112 Ialow 112 12 Lagrccque ln rrCu 100 100Moblcoan 10 109Mohicoan
Moblcoan 112 12 121 Cap ClP and ald Gown 100 100Col 109Col 100Cot
Col Roger 11 t 112 Gay ay Llzette 1ITele 109 100lleroin 109Beroa 109heroes
heroes Beroa 112 Mary Lcgrand 100 100old lO 109Goiti
0011 Goiti old Dome 112 Shorclkrl0 Shortcake 100 100Ilouvler 109llouivlrr
121
Ilouvler BOi vier 10i 101 > 11 lynsy Hen rn ino inoPonapa 10 109Ponapt
Ponapa lois Gold GoldSpol Spot 100 100fourth 11 11Fourh 109Fourth
fourth Fourh Race laelarenlon flaceClareniton Clarendon Handicap six II furlongs furlongsRing frloor frloorI furlongsKing
Ring Pepper 1101 119 I The Guardsman GuardsmanYellow 09 09Yellow
Yellow I Tall f 1 H 115 is Wai Waiter ter terAstartta t ttarla 05 05Asiarlta
Astartta tarla 1101 11 111 Illyrl Illyrla 00 00New 0 00New
New tW York 1011 1011Fifth lot 101Fith lotFifth
Fifth Fith Race ReSeIIDr RaceSelling Selling one mile mie and d 70 yard yardLncket yardiLeeltet ad
Lncket 105 GibsonLight GibsonLightMessina GlbODLllhtSntr 91 91Sentry
Messina 106 Sentry SentryJoe Sntr 91 91Joe 07Joe
Joe Lesser 104 Reformer ReformerDark 1lorer 1lorerUark 94 941ark
Dark Planet 104 Illue 11 Vlotoi VlotoiCapt VlotorCapl 94 94Capt
Capt Ganlsa Gaol anta 104 10 Early far Eve 92 92AnaK 92Ank 92Anitk
AnaK Ank 102 10 Ilarbara I8har Frletchle 02 02AllGnld 02Al 02All
AllGnld Al All Gold 102 10 Cincinnati Clnrlnnatu 01 01Sir 91Ir DlSir
Sir Ir Florlan Floran 101 King Carter m mKmest 0 90 90Ernest
Ernest lmlI Parham Paham 101 Star Sla and Garter Garer i iPetrall l St StPetra
Petrall Petra 1 II 101 Koyal o al Pirate l lSixth 5 5SIxth 5Sixth
Sixth RaceHandicap 1IcrHadlcap twoyearolds five fv and anda ad ada
a half furlongs furlongsHazelwood Ilrlonr
Hazelwood 110001 112 Water Spout Spout106 Spout106Ientatlr IM IMPcntaur 10
Pcntaur lrntalr 121 Emergency 104 104Tim 104llm
Tim Im Payne 110 Flcdman 108 108Thistle 10 10thIstle
Thistle hllr llcather hathr 113 13 Funny unn Side Sd 100 100At 10 10At 100At
At Fort Erie KrlencrrAo ErieBVrFALo
re renUIIALO
ncrrAo nUIIALO July 20 2 9Autolight Autollght b won the mil DU mIll handi handicap bao baorlp handican ¬
cap rlp at Fort For Erie Er today todayFirst 101 todayFirst
First rl Stare IlcrSveo Seven furlongs rurlonrFuero furlongsFuego Fuego 103 10 Flo Flomanelll Romanell Rbmanelllu
manelll manell 7 to 2 won Martonetta 11rlonll 101 IMunrot lMunroiS Munr
5 r ui It 2 second scond Helen 1lrn Tarwater 1arwnlr 105 to M 1 Johnsonitolthlrd Johnson JohnsoniSto
310 itolthlrd I thIn Time lWVj 12 12iil Helleof Helt HeIluoflynn orynn Lynn Francos Francosriurrnra FrncMWnMr FraneMiltren7a
riurrnra Allan Ferris Annola Centre n Star Friday
ls Frelr FrelrStnnd
WnMr ll f
Dead Bird and Ijidy 1i Huvscll l also ran ranSecond ranSond
Second RaceTour ncrtolr Race Fotir and a half hul furlongs lurlonrAutra lurlonrAutraIns furlongsAustruttItus Austra AustraHim
Him Ins li7 7 J Mllleri ler 5 to 2 won Solon Shingle 105 105iMunro 111 105iMiunrol
iMunro I Mlnro 5 to 2 second eonl Outfield 107 10 lltomanellll 10mlnt111
5 to I third thlre Time 05 056 Ho Mancla 1lanrll Artamesla ArtameslaT rlamII
T l 7 ran G 7 Scaru SCIT Scartuwugh rough Clay Clement Cment and Phoebe also alsoran al alsoran o orai
rai
ranThird Third Itace laceOnr ItaceOne One mile mtteAutoilgbt Autollght 112 12 Minder IDden IDdenr
2 to t won on Sir Callan li9 Komanelll 4 to 1 1second 1aeconti
second r n 1 Wire In 1 1rlfral rlfral 115 tJ J Walsh ll is to t 6 third l 4T 4TI Time
141 I Prodigality Prlllall Hummer II 1 far Rockaway Rockawayand
and Hopedal loprdllr also 110 ran ranFourth rln rlnolrlh ranlourth
Fourth olrlh Race ilrr Six furlongs furIonsS1y rlonl Sly Sr Hoots 0001 tOO 10 Ia Iamanrlh Ro Romancllli Homanelti
mancllli manrlh 7 to it 2 won WOI Illuminate lumlnlte 106 ID D 1 Gllmore Gimore GimoreI
4 to l second Onyx ion Adams m 5 to l third thirdTime thIrdrhine
Time I 116 trg nin Annu ry Gradrn I CL La Montagne jt D DIr Ir Fade FadeMany FadeMany g glny
Many lny Outllst Out t Ilean Heln Argonaut Arlooaut George orre Perry Pry
King Klnl Tatlus and IId Lady Lae Pownattan Powlllao also als ran ranFifth ranFfh ran1Ifth
Fifth Ffh Race nalen hiateOns Ono mil nil nihie and an eighthTibs ehlhlhTh 107 107A 107it
A Hall 5 to 1 won Malay 111 ri T Deamsto 1eanI 3 to 1 1sreond IRond
01 111 h al r r OII St 7r 7rTim
sreond John John b Drake HXI i Forrest i1otrtst 3 to I third thirdTime thIrdrIme
Time l5il i5i5 I HIM II hut Gift Gil lTt Cov tov lloyd 10yd Rosin Ioal M M1astf MEMIr 11iasucr
EMIr r Hoy 11 hji O I W V W Albert Ibrrl Lee Prince lrllce Info and andJlngler AI AIJlnllr andJingler
Jlngler Jlnllr also 1100 run runSixth mnSixh ritaSixth
Sixth Sixh Itnce nle Six furlongi frlonrArMhu turlongAracbu Arachua 108 t0 J Mar Martin MarIn Staritni ¬
tin In 4 to 1 won Amorous Amorus 103 10 IT T Dean ean 15 to 1 1second 1seconl 1second
second Louise Collier Colier 100 10 iMInderl I 11 Dde1 2 2101 to 1 third thirdTime Ihlrl1 thIrdTIme
Time i44 1lli 1l4 EpidemIc lpldemln Ofonee Griffiths lrlmth Tax Taxman Tls TlsIln Thiman ¬
man Iln Samnue Mac Showman Tom Ktngsley and andMaxette andMuelB andMazetta
Maxette MuelB also ran rn
rnAt
At St Loan LoanST Lnl LnlST LouisST
ST Iouis July 20 29Kindred Kindred KI < r < with Sheehan up upand uPad upsail
and ad at alil the ood Cod of 54 to 1 took 1001 the frafure frlur event eventtoday eventtoday val10day
today winning wlnnluj by a length from trm the Ib favorito favoritoFirst faorto faortoINI favoritoFirst
First INI Race Six Ix furlongs furloDI Kentucky Kntlcky Muddle 1uddle 103 103Watson 10 103dalon
Watson Wats41 4 to 1 won Miss I Guide 105 10 IStieehan
0 010 to 1 second Aline ln IIne S f Km 1 Oullett 10ulell 10 to ICI I thIrd tblrdTime tblnlTime thIrdTime
Time 1I 1ld U lladdlngton IsIlelnrtn Lon DnGoudr laGoudr Ar Araxes ArU Araxes
axes U Lou ou heath neall Gaelana Stephaway Poynli PoynliTopsy PCynlx PCynlxTop PoyntsTopsy
Topsy Top Over and Clinton II I also ran ranSeeond ra ranrtond
Seeond rond Race RlceIe RaceFIVe Five furlongs frloDrQuakr Quaker Girl Grl 101 101Brldwell6tnl lOt8rd 101firidwell
Brldwell6tnl 8rd firidwell 610 5 to Ii 1 won Athena henA 108 10 I DAustin 0 Austin 11101 2 210 to
1 second ond Hint nl Pond lood ooe 100 10 Illin Hlgglns IS 18101 to i third thirdTime Ihlrdi thIrdFime
Time lns Anna inrla Hardy By Right Haven Run RunSweet HunSweet
J
Sweet i Myrtle t rte Tlonml Tlonmlanil Tionialne i n r artor Hesartua f Mention Mentionanti e u
anti ad St Roche 10ch alio Ibo ran ranThird ranThlnl ranThird
Third Race Race1 RaceIve Flv and ad a half bar furlongs frlonuSealper frlonuSealperIO furlongsScalper Scalper Scalper10S
10S IO Trailer Trllf R to S won WOI liugler lu ler Ill 11 Booker BookerS
8 810 to 6 second atond Lord Lm1Iirmnee Hcrmence iiernence Ill II Smith 4 410 to I Ithird IIhlre IthIrd
third Ihlre Time 1101 Lonlana Lnlaoa Maxrose llre and andUraca1 aa aaUrar ani anilirecas
Uraca1 Urar also 110 ran ranFourth rlFourlh ranFourth
Fourth Race lac Six Ix furlongs IUllonlKlnerd furlongs4lndred Kindred 106 10 Shee Sheehnn Sheehen h hnJnJI
hen 11 to I won Das Our 112 1 Hlgglns 3 to 3 3Kfcond 2second
second nJnJI llllee ml lOut Troxlcr R r it to l third II d s1 Time
115 llrlvlno Irlno Foundling tOllllr Mabel label Wlnn Dtulsch Dtulschland DtUI DeutschIsnil eh
land 11011 and Travers rlw also ran ranFilth rnFllh ranFifth
Filth Fllh Race RILe One n inlleJndge mlrJoel Cantrlll Cnlrl 97 Cree Creew11 Dilute Drldewell Dilutewell
well w11 II to 2 won Plratecr Jlrlter 100 10 Smith Smih I 9 to 10 10second 10s tOsecoutti
second s lond Honetx OInet1 105 l Ilnokeri ookerJ 13 tn 5 bird tlird Time Time142H TimeIn
142H In Ultra llrl Vtrri VIr Irrs Ranchman Ilehmln Dlsubt lubt and Never Neversuch ever everSuch Hr Hrsurh
such also ran ranSixth rai reuuSixth
Sixth Slth Hace IlrSlx HareSix six furlongsVna frloorAlna Prince Proc 107 107Booker 10 107Booker
Cnoker Booker 7 to 1 I won Dr Jr Hart Ilrl 10S 10 Sheehani Shehanl SheehaniS
8 8101 to 1 srrond srront Harry Inry Griffith Crm1h W 1 Gullrttl ul1 H I to 102 102thIrd 2 2third 2third
third Time llHj I I15 15 Madn 1IIIn Maim Hell ncl Parnassus PSmlll Al Algarriu AI1 Algaretts
garriu Also 1 lu Ran 110 Judge hlI Pettus Lady Obey ObeyAylrner obey obeyAylmer bey beyAylmtr
Aylrner Bruce Drr and anlllolnn Cotton otlon Plant Pllni also 10 ran ranAt mnAt ranAt
At Chlonito ChlonitoCnrrAOO hlclro hlclroCmcAoo lilcioCUTCAO0
CnrrAOO July JUl 2 29The The T heavy hrn rain rin last night nightchanged Dlrhlchanlr nightebangeti
changed chanlr < the track trlrk Into a I sea of o mud mue and Ind as n 1 con consequence consequenue on onSCuIr ¬
sequence SCuIr the tie bcst horses or were we scratched scrltrhtd at Haw Hawthorne law lawIhorn hewthorns ¬
thorns today 10 dl making m klnl the sport Inr very Ir try ordinary ordinaryFirst onlnr onlnrtlr ordinaryIlrst
First tlr t Race Inrtnur Four and alll a half hal furlongs turlolllrh turlolllrhcral fuzrlongsWltuii fuzrlongsWltuiicraft Witch Witchcraft ¬
craft cral IM 10 iHobblnsi IHohbl 12 to I won wnl Nanle lnle lodge 10dlr 10dlrtO
100 tO 10 Ii L WIlMini lsoll 13 to in II second srlol Trompcuse 109 109T lO 109IT
IT T Knight 6 I to 1 third thlrt Time 057 Sweetie SweetieIladger Swerlr SwerlrBaller Suscuttehiatiger
Iladger Baller Girl Crl Mlss I Mollle lol Miss Sit 1 Coughlln oulhln Katie Katiepciners HII Icetielosers
losers Iulr Red Illrd Int Liberty lhrl Hell lel Rurly nurl Lass Ln Slut Maiwells 1nl 1nlwl Slutwet
wells wl wet Is ami ald Oer the I be Rhine Ihllr also al I ran ranM rn rnSerlnd ranMuond
M Serlnd Muond > ml Race nerOnr One mllr 111 anti seventy yards yardsSir yardI yardsSir
Sir Hugh 1 H Ifs i Adklns 7 to 1 won Floyd K 103 103L 103IL
I n1 kll lg
IL L Wilson W 4 to 1 second Sailors s Dream a aS 107 107S 107S
S Ftnniirr Innlrl 10 I to 1 t third Time 143 36 Lady LadyMatchless LadyMltchl LadyMatchless
Matchless Mltchl Pirate Iltle Bob Franklin tmnkln Nimble Nag
Lahonda Lnhnldl Gnllin Alha and nnl Prodigal lroll 11 Son iilao Ilso il ran ranThird rlO rlOThlnl ranlitIrul 11
Third Race lal Six furlong tlrlonls Grout Ornlt 105 H Hel mlrrrnli Helrersoni Helgersiufli
rersoni rrrnli 2 to B r won Hriilnre Irularl 117 111Ienry ilenry6to henry 6 10 J Jsecond 2eenld ieecuuuui
second eenld John Peters 120 iliomtnlck > Inmlnlrkl 2 to 5 third thirdTime thirdTim thIrdTime
Time rn 111 111 Father fllher Wenlker and IfII Ran nln Gallant Ollant also alsoFourth alo alorn alsoran
rnFourth Fourth RaceOne Rat Itsee Oi One mileSidney nlrSlnr flhiItSicInI C Love 10 00 00Hclgervonil MIrlrrrnnl iuehteluceran
Irlrrrnnl Hclgervonil I to2 tn ii Z won Wane nlr Nlchtl4 Nltht Irhl 94 IW W Knapp KnPp
5 to I 2 seconn Hrnm Tampn 102 H2 10 IIlkll Ailhlnni n to I third thirdTime Ihlre thirdTlnie
Time 111 11 I 44 15 lf I 5 Marcbmoiit llrrhlnnt II I I I nlso 11M ran ranFifth rl ruinliftli
Fifth Illh Itnce Hllr Dm ili mllcMnnblua mi mite Moablan Iollnl 102 I Adklns dkln
3 to I I won Meeliaiius rhIIU 114 11 ilKimlnlclil IUClllnllkl 7 lo 2 2second 2r 2uttooth
second Charlie I lr t irnuiter I r ion Vlcliery Ii in ii to l I Ithird Ithulrl
third r rl Time ltil I 11 Max Siut llondli 1 1III III Jim Clark bn Hud HudKmliry iiuui iiuuiYnultry tl
Kmliry Ymhr Alum hun Water Alrr Maple 1lllple Major Moor Dlxnn llon Moor MoorMr StoorMr Iolr IolrIr
Mr Ir Tlmberlilir nnd Ind Krniack l rlrk also 110 ran ranSlslh ranShth railSnth
Slslh Knee llve anti Inil ft 1 half hal furlongs flrlonl Father FatherTnllrnt Falhtrolnl FatherTellent
Tnllrnt olnl inn II ill I II Phllllpm 111110 0 to II I wim wln nine ni Darter Darterlot nATer nATerI Iarlerlos
lot I HelgelKon Wller > 3 to II I second rnd Pat Ilt Hammon ammon IsIs 118Gray IsIsiGrayl a alrl
Gray lrl 5 to I third Time I III in 35 3 r Martins MartinsGus MarthisGus arllo arlloUu
Gus Uu Ouarles QUlrlt Lord Ion French lllaekwolf Ilekwolf and George GeorgnH
H Harrison nrlon aim 11n ran ranPhiladelphia rln rlnlhlalhlllhla ranIhllaiielplta
Philadelphia lhlalhlllhla Cricketer CrhkrfrN Go o to Wales WalesSpecial WAlrprrfal laIespuCit2t
Special Cable eht rtesfattlt Tnpltrl to Tim SUN SUNBrtiruiTox StnsRitlflIl1l U URlnlTn
BrtiruiTox RlnlTn July 111 huil 21 9 Owing 0111 to the t rain rainnnd rainInl reinanti
anti Inl the tll t he condition tflIlnl uuiiul It tori of the Ihl I ito ground Jrllnri which w hldl waa waatotally Waalolaly wastot
totally lolaly tot iIhl unlit 11t It 11111 fur play pil the t ito cricket crhklt urivk st mutch mllch ins t th be between 1 liet ¬
tween t weeui Hu Sussex lIH4N and 111 SI iiii I lie hI I a Phlludelphluns IhlllllphlI Ilu ltuielpiuita Os which whichWHS whlh whlhWIR w IuIult IuIultlls
WHS WIR lls scheduled Krhluhcln scilttiI I In begin hrll I here hcr on ni au Monday Ionlll I had hadto hlli hlliIn luutuiIi
to Ii b i abandoned nlalloIIII today IIY TIm visitors vIHlor left leftKriuhton IprtIrhlhlol leftlirighton
Kriuhton Irhlhlol thin afternoon Ifroon for Cardiff Iurlir I Wales Waleswhere WIII Snie Sniewhere H Hwhlf
where whlf they Ihp will 111la play ila Olumor IliiiiiorKiinsliIro unh 1m the tlf last lastthreo lalt laltthrN lustI
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and nll nKHirist 1II11AI Hlrr Surrey at II thii lh Oval 0111 The Th team teamwill Imwil tiifliwill
will wil sail 1 for home h011 on Oi AII tug ug 11 Ft II I Brown Hrownof
of ii tin Ihlludilphia IhlldIIhll team 111 salted MII for New sew pw York Vorktodiy rorklodar Yorktotii
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the th result fHllt wan a I victory Ior for thus former forllr teutn teutnhv 1lmlr teurustut
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splendid JIInlllllllll Inuiiigt of 33 I while IhUI the tl other men 111 tit titscore tnur tositiri
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will wI1 for III 1 ti The Th score Kcor wa WI was Manhattan IIIIIIII 101 101Columbia 10 10ollrhil 103ohutinbiut
Columbia ollrhil Oval 72 72Southern 72llthrm 72Sohit
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IN THE BASEBALL WORLD WORLDBOSTONS WORLDBOSTON9 WORLDROSTON
BOSTONS DO Dt POOnLY AND NEW NEWYOHK NElrII NEIFOIlK
YOHK II NATIONALS lATIONA1S WIN IIASharp JPINSharp
Sharp Double Dluhle Playi by tim thl Harlemltei HarlemlteiHrooklyns Darlfmlrl DarlfmlrlDrookl1 Harleniltelflrooklynl
Hrooklyns Drookl1 Acaln Beaten by Quakers QuakersblcaB quakers4IliCaEos
4IliCaEos < blcaB IIt ul > s Take TcnInnlnjt Trnllllni Oanie OanieIlratri GanleIIraI ale aleIlrll1
Ilratri Ilrll1 IIraI ra Defeat nrrti RtdlOther Other Ottmei OttmeiThe GameuThe lmel lmelThl
The Thl New Nt York Nationals Nltonals got 10t one on game IllmO ou t tof tof tof
of three from the DostOIA liostons taking tnklnl yesterdays yesterdayscontest yeterdays yeterdayscontest yesterdayscontest
contest The fh Brooklyns lost to the Quakers Quakersagain Quakor Quakersagain I
again Ilnln making one victory in II three thrlo gam 1114 1114or ganlea ganleafor s sfor
for or the former The hA Chlcagos ChlcRlos bent St < Louis Louisftor Louiseftor
dtor ftor a hard struggle Itru lle and ani Ilttuburg 1lttRburl won wonfrom WODtram wonfrom
from tho Beds Hesults HesultsNew Hesultsrew ResultsNew
New rew York B Doaton DOltn 2 2Philadelphia 21blallelphla 2Phlhauielphia
Philadelphia 1blallelphla 12 1 Brooklyn 7 7Chicago 1Chlcalo 7Chicago
Chicago Chlcalo 3 St Louis Lli 2 2llttsburg 2I 2lIttumhttrg
llttsburg I thlrt 7 Cincinnati CncInat 3 SBTANPISO 3lrASIJSO 3ISFANDINO
BTANPISO lrASIJSO OP 01 THE TiE CUDS CUDSCutis rLlBI CttUuiClisbs
Cutis I If 1 L 1 I IC Clutis llh liufu tr n r L 1 IC PCPIttstmrg57 PCPlltstmrg57 ICPlbhul ICPlttsbtmrg
Plttsbtmrg PIttstmrg57 57 2N 1171 171 Brooklyn lrokl n 40 41 491 491Chlcara 491Chlcara 491a 494ChIcago
ChIcago Plbhul a I 54 81 11110 Boston 35 411 43j 43jNew 43 43New m mDeIDlltc 435New
New York ork r j 4H 31 1 585 St UI I Ixillls li 33 54 3711 3711Clubf 3711Cincinnati 371CincinnatI
Cincinnati < DeIDlltc 41 43 51X1 Philadelphia lhllllIhlt 2s 57 321 321NEW 32 32NE 329NEW
NEW NE TOItK TOlt IN I L I LI 1 I nORTON t N I 11 2 2Because 2IItcauR 2liecatIsa
Because IItcauR droll trol Heldlni 11111 ileluhi a i by b the I ha llostoim 10MtuIK and andpoor Int umndpoor
poor control cOllrol by h the tm HoHtcm loilon pitcher acre wrramixed wlre wlremlxlI acretidied
mixed mlxlI up lp with their t Illr hulf IUII dozen dOOn hulls 111 th the New NewYork Stw StwYork ew ewYork
York Nationals Natllll won WOI tit the thl Polo olo drounds droundsyesterday trotindisyesterday routd routdesterdIY
yesterday esterdIY It 1 was wnl a dull dul duel dUll from tho thl stand standpoint standpoint atandpoint ¬
point of a contest Iolteit but blt enlivened 111e11 here and andthere antititerc
there by the snappy double plays lIIY of this thf Now NowYorka Nowork sev sevYorke I
Yorka ork in all 11 of 8111PY which w Ih Bubb lbh figured llrld A doublo doubloplay Iioubioplay uloubieplay
play in the first trit inning Innhll by Browne and Ild llabb llabbWM Ilabbwan lbh I
WM a hummer the lion share of the tht credit creditfor crudltfor creditfor
for It 1 belonging belonllni to lon Browne The Thl latter lattercaught laler laleroauaM latterosught
caught a fly fy In deep right rllhtf and then by a long longthrow lonathrow longthrow
throw and one anI as accurate aocra e us II a a bullet bulet whiz whizzing whiz whuiizing ¬
zing zlnl to a bullseyo bulloo put tbo ball blil In Babb abbs abbshandl s shands ahands
hands handl so 0 that Bubb Blbb slapped tho leather on onCooley onCooley onCooley
Cooley who was trying for third base on onthey onthe III IIIthe
the catch by Browne 1 in the second Inning Inninga
a base on bolls bi l to Mertes a steal by the same sameplayer Almeplaer sameplayer
player and Morons wild throw to catch him himana himand himanuS
ana an outfield fly gave the New York Yorksa Yorka
a run Two buses on balls singles by Browne BrowneBresnahan IIrowneIIrlRllahnn Browneliresnahan
Bresnahan and Dabb and a fumbling and andstumbling Rndstumblillir andstumbling
stumbling turn by b Stanley and three New NewYorkers NlwYorklrs ew ewYorkers
Yorkers crossed the plate in the third Inning InningAfter InnlnllAfter inningAfter
After Babb had been hit by b a pitched ball ballin hlillIn baliin
in the theeighth > eighth r Inning tho New York took to tosacrificing 10sacrltlclnir tosacrificing
sacrificing and Tenney Tennl became twisted twistedup
up to the ludicrous point in his endeavors to tohandle tohlilldll tohandle
handle the bunts One skipped by b him and andhe nnllhe anulhe
he made a wild throw of another Babb seam seamon 8CllmperinII scumpering
perinII from b18 to base > and hnRlI home homeon
on the chain of childish miscues mlscuesThe mlscursfhe miscuesThe
The Bostons scored once In the th sixth Inning InningMnlarkcy hlOlnllIalllrky inningMalarkey
Mnlarkcy was aA hit by ft pitched ball arid Cooley Cooleyand Coolyand Cooieyand
and Tenney Tenn followed with singles Tenney Tenneycut fenntCllt renneycult
cut off a possible winning rally by Warners Warnersquick Wllrnersquick Warnersquick
quick throw to flrst which caught the former formernapping formernlJJllnll fortriernapping
napping Aubreys AllhTl s threebagger and Malar Malarkey llIllIrkey Iaiitrkey
key s grounder to right gave Ia VI Boston O toll a run runIn runIn runIn
In the eighth which differed from predecessors predecessorsin
in that them theTl1lIe was naught fltikyinlts fluky uk ln It its makeup makeupNIW makupNaw rnakettpSaw
Saw TOM TOMR BOSTON BOSTONA J aosroLttPAZ oeToNR
R LttPAZ H r rBrownvrf A Z It Lt1AH Lt1AHrownerf0 H P A B BBrown
Brown Brownvrf ftO 011 011Benhn 1 1 1 0 Cooley Cooteylf If 0 2000 2 0 0 0 0IIanbo 0Stanhn
Benhn cfl 2 3 3McOann 0 0 Tenney IbO 1 U 0 2 2McGannlbO 2McQann
McOann McGannlbO lb0 0 11 11MenuIf2 0 0 Stanley SlanleyO cf 0 0201 0 2 0 t tMertes2 1Mertesif2
MenuIf2 0 l lBabb 0 0 Carney rf 0 o 1 l 0 0 0Dlbbesl 0Babbul
Babb Dlbbesl as 1 1 4 4Dunn 4 0 Moranc lorllncO 0 0 e 1 I It IDunnZb
Dunn DunnZb Jb IbO o 0 0 0Ollbert2b t 0 1 Abafoo2bO 2 I 6 I IGllbert2b0 IOllbertSb
Ollbert2b 0 0 4 4Warnero 1 I Gmlnr 3bO 0 8 n I 0 0WameroO 0Warnero
Warnero WameroO 0 0 2 2UGlnty 1 0 Aubrey Auhre Atltureiel ss 1 1 4 0 I IMGloY IMOIny
UGlnty pl p 1 2 0 8 0 MalrUy pl p 1 1 90 90Totals 8 0 0Total 0Totils
Totals 5 92713 8 27 18 ll 1 Totals TOlal3 3 724 7 24 9 6 0New 6New 6FIrst
New York YorkBoston 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 t 5 6BO
Boston BO lon 0 n o o o i o i 02 02First 112Flnt
First base on errorsNew York ork 2 Boston 1 1Left 1Left
Left on bases banesew New oe York S Boston 3 First Firstbase Flutbe Firstbase
base on halls blillsOfr Oil Malarkey 3tllllllrke 4 Struck out Ily IlyMcfilnnlty Jlrtrl IiyMcinnty
Mcfilnnlty trl nnlty 2 By Malarkey Mlilftrkr J Three base hit hitAubrey hlllIbrty lullAuubrry
Aubrey Sacrifice bits blllIuno Iiunn Gilbert Tenney TenneyStolen Trnne TrnneSlolen renneyStolen
Stolen bases bM Mertes Ierte Dunn 1 ulln Double plays playsBrowne IIA IIAlro1II 11101htrowtue
Browne and lid Babb Babb Gilbert and all I McCann McCannMalarkey trllanntalarkey StecianoSlaiarkcy
Malarkey and Tenney Bahb nnd McJann lilt Hitby liltb lilttt
by b pitcher piTcherFly Fly r McOlnnlty I by Malarkey 2 Im ImplreJohnstone imIlreJohnsitne m mIrJohnslon
plreJohnstone IrJohnslon Time 1lmet 1 hour and 40 44 minutes minutesAttendance mlnllleAItndllnle3MIO minuitreAttendance
Attendance AItndllnle3MIO AItndllnle3MIOpnll 3400 3400pnit isooPilLtTEIPlIIA
pnit PilLtTEIPlIIA nEipiiiA IN t L Li 12 nnnoKMN 7 7The 7The 7The
The Ibiladelphlas have taken on n new newlease n newlease
lease of life lir und yesterday IAIrdll they I h onr more moredemonstrated IInrdllI1onlllrnlld muirderusonstraetl
demonstrated to tho Brooklyns that they theyare Ihi Ihiar Theaare
are ar not to be trilled with They hit the th ball ballhard 11111hard halthard
hard acre not dismayed l1IIUl < II because their rtrst rtrstpitcher IIr dritpitcher 1 1pitcher
pitcher was WII batted out lit of tho th box In the theopening theupinlnl1lnnln theopening
opening upinlnl1lnnln Inning and took advantage of loose loosefielding looetIllllnl1 loosefielding
fielding to amass enough runs nih to win unit the theuame Ih IhlIam I hue huegame
lIam Dugcleby 1 was tho I h ho pitcher Iuustteut Iuustteutinto wtt 1111 1111Into d dInto
Into retirement but Fraser prevented any anysuch IIIJ IIIJMilCh tillsuich
such grouping of hits ami tin tjuinkrraft junkers junkersafter jllnklrnrtr
after aft er ninglfs and bungles bun tiles hud h given them themelx Ihlmelx I Iteutiii
elx ii runs In th second inning Innln were always alwaysin IIlllI IIlllIIn tlwutysIn
in the lead Whereas the Ih Brooklyn Rrould II sup support support ¬
port of their pitcher was n off color Ior the lit Phil Piitladelphias Philalelphlius h 1 1aolllphlaR
adelphias played well 1 behind their boxmeu boxmeuLong bOIlIlIIILonl1 boxnmotiLong
Long hits were re many imutin the th Brooklyn IIrookllltlltlllldn IIrookllltlltlllldnfour making makingfour nualtitigfour
four doublns a 9 triple Irlp e and a home run runpnrMDRIHIIA rUIlPUIIWItIPIlIA runPUILUuKIPmlt
pnrMDRIHIIA BKOOKITN BKOOKITNn J
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Thomas cf2 1 I 0 I 0 Strang Strllng3h2 3b2 Sb 2 l Z 2 II Iileason i iileason2h3
0110112113323 ileason2h3 leason 21i 3 3 2 3 0 I Shkard ShkllrtllIt lfl If 1 2 S 2 0 0WTton 1 1Vlton
WTton nnn3h2 3b2 8 2 1 II I I Itobbs cfl 3 3 0 0 0Klrsttr ITtlrlerrfl I IKiler
Klrsttr Ttlrlerrfl rfl 1 2 1 0 I Doyle Jh I Ib Ih2 It 2 I 11 I IBarry 1 1Barr IIlarry
Barry Barr If if I 0 I o 0 IP I Dnhlen sil I 2 o 3 u uDBlos 11J1111 IlScias
DBlos lb2 1 X n 1 0 I MCrry rf rfi I o I 0 0 oHlswltt 0ilIswltt
Hlswltt 1 Iwltt sil 1 I X S i 1 Flood 2bQ Zh 0 0 3 5 I IItotn IlIothI1 IuntO
untO lIothI1 c 1 2730 2 1 3 0 rklllirh e 0 0 li 2 JDglehy 1 1JIIIby I1glehu
Dglehy pO p 0 OOOD 0 4 0 I 0 II Schmidt Sllllllt t pO p 0 0 0 I 2 0 0Irocr alrascr
Irascr p 0 0 0 1 3 II I I Dixmrhrr pil II i 0 I 0 I 0 0Ueiiler 0Uler1I 0tiesIrr
I Ueiiler Uler1I 0 1 o I II u o oTotal 1TOlal12 0Total
Total TOlal12 12 13 1321 27 14 n 1
Totals Tola 7 13 27 17 3 3Batted 311I1ttd 3flatted
Batted for Schmidt In eighth Inning InningPhiladelphia InnlntPllllatlrlphlll tnnlrugPlulladelplilts
Philadelphia I 6 0 2 0 0 I 2 0 IZ IZDrooklyn 12I
Brooklyn 3 1 0 0 I 2 0 0 II 7 71lr1 7First
First base on errors Philadelphia 8 First base bnseon h hon baseon
on balls Oft Schmidt 8 oil 1rascr 5 t off Diu n iuiither > rhcr rhcrI
I t Lfft on bases bs riilladtlnhla 7 Ilrooklyn 7 7Struck 1Siruck 7Struck
Struck out Ily Schmidt I by I Fraser rltr 3 I Three Thricbose Thrrcbfe Threebase
base bits 1I1OIrlOIl nieoson Wolvcrton Krister Strang
Twobase hlts hltShckar1 Shecknrd 21 3 Dobbs McCrerry 11lrrrr110m
Home run ruaUahIIn Dahlen Siicrltlce hits hllKrllcr Kcliter Huh HuLiwltt lIulwilt HuhwIlt
wilt Stolen bases hMHarr Harry 131 r 2u Both Doyle Doylepoublr lIoylfoUhlIIII Doyleluoulule
foUhlIIII poublr plays l1oYIotb Tloth anti Donirlas ltothandnieason ltothandnieasonIiahlen 1I0lh IInl ntOI1 ntOI1ahln rleasonTaiiten
Iiahlen Flood and Doyle Hit by b pitched ball liy lIy lIychmldt
Schmidt 1 t Wild pitch Schmidt Shml fniplrn fniplrnEmslle ImplraEmlle UiplrEmlte
Emslle Time TimeS 2 hours Attcnilance AltenIIMc2rJ Attrnututzuce2Miuclmlcoo 25IM 25IMciiiCAOo I IClIICOO
ciiiCAOo N 1111 ui 3 ST ST ixicis 1o IA iR N L I LI 2 2CHiCAOfi 2CRICAno 2CRICAOO
CHiCAOfi July 38 2OChlcIII0 Chicago won an eicltlng eicltlnggame excItinggame xclllllitf
game In the I tenth Inning r today trda1 when Slajle lilt liltto liltIf II IIsill
l Iiel
f en er lr inll J IIII
to If centre for three bases and Mlllnms i ill 111am llnru out II a asafe asafe
safe drive over the Ih Infield Casey was hit In the theeye th thr theeye
eye r t by a batted I ball ballCIIICAIIO hllllCllleAno ballCI1ICAIIO
CIIICAIIO ST roiin roiinR tOlliI1tiIPAE
R 1tiIPAE 1tiIPAEStagle H r A E H II p A Afilaitle II IIli1alilelf
filaitle li1alilelf If 1 3 3 0 It Farrall2b Farrell Sb 0 a 4 o 1 i iCosey3tiU Iey 1ay
Cosey3tiU ay ey 3hU Mi 0 I I I CI Donovnnrfl 3000 3000Chanee 3 0 0 0 0ChAne oCluamice
Chanee lbi oil 0 I II I 1 0 1 Smoutcf SlIIool if 1 02 0 r I 0 0Jones 0JOII I IJones
Jones JOII cf 0040 0 0 4 0 0 Brain nrlnM ss a 0 n I 3 j 3 0 nKvtrs 0cr 0Iver
Kvtrs cr 2b 00100 0 0 I 0 0 Barclay Blwla If 0 2 4 0 0 oHarley 0IIl1rl 0Harley
Harley IIl1rl rf I 0 I 0 0 l Ilurkc Jlnrkllho ib n 0320 0320Kllng 0 3 2 0 0Itllllil 0Kllng
Kllng c c I I n II n llackelt IIl1ckellhI lb0 0 II 0 0 0Tinker 0nker3b 0Tiniter
Tinker nker3b Jb 0 2 2 E 0 I llynn llynnMenefee 1111110 00 II I no 00lrllferIO 0 0 0Stenefre
Menefee lrllferIO p 0 1 I r I Brown p II i n I 0 4 0 0Williams 0WIIIInlssO oVlIiIamsss0
Williams WIIIInlssO sso 1 o l n
Totals Total2 2 723 1210 10 t tTotals tTota1o3 iroTate8
Totals Tota1o3 8 0 30 13 2l 2lWinning 2 2lnnlnll 28VInnIng
Winning run scored with one on out outChicago 0111hlro cult1
Chicago < hlro 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 I 0 0 13 13St 13SIOlII isSt
St SIOlII Imils o 0 0 i o I 0 n n i I o 02 02llnt 2 2Tlrst
Tlrst base on errorsChicago 1 St t Louis 1 1Left IIft
1Ir r rl
Left on 1 bases Chicago hi 7 St f Loiili nl 6 Two TO 1 IjIIt IjIIthllCIIr base basehits liuiuhltc
hits hllCIIr Casey Dotmvnn Bnrclay 121 2 2t Three Threeb Threebhit Furc IIIMC IIIMChit besthit
hit Single SacrlflcB hits hit llniln Caejr C ney Y Harley Hlllle Hlllle1lenI iiarkMeruefee
Menefer 1lenI Stolen base hM Chance Chan First best on
balls Off Mencfec 111 en 0 fc 1 off Brown 3 Struck out outBy oUII outIll
By I Menefee 4 by b Brown I t Implre Moran MoranTime StoranIimri IOIanTlmrI
Time TlmrI I hour and 50 r minutes Attendance A l2io l2ioriTTSBIIHn I 12110PITTISIIVRi III IIIPITTRBtRfI
riTTSBIIHn 7 CINCINNATI 8 8CINCINNATI 8CINCINNATI 8CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI July 2lThe Clnclnnatla lost to ¬
day because becall they Ihr were outplayed o1llIln elt Ielti Pett U1 was we M put putoff putoIT putoil
off the Ih field In thn ninth for back < talk to the umpire umpireriTTSBCRO umpirePITTS umpirePITTI4RVIIO
riTTSBCRO PITTS tIIO CINCINNATI CINCINNATIB CINCINNATIRUPAX
B RUPAX RUPAXhiumxutef n p A i n 11111 H p A n
llumntafl 1 0400 0 4 0 0 nonllnlf 10nllnII1 flonhln If l 0202 0 I 2 0 2 2ebrlnll
Seining > rio 1400 1 4 0 II SeymourcM 2200 2 2 0 0 0lltner 0taguuer
Wagner lltner se 5S 3 2301 2 8 0 1 Dnlan rf I 2 300 2 0 0 0i
irnsfId HiI I 3700 3 7 0 0 llecklry lb0 2 I a I o
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Leach 8bl 8b I 2100 2 1 0 I Sfnfllt3ho St a llIl Sb 0 u 2 n o
liltchey IIltchrY2b0 2bO 1 II 7 0 Corcn Con si0 ii I 2 fl i 1 1
Kmgcr ItnlllerII If 0 I 1 I I U Kellry IirllrY2h0 2li Sb0 0 134 134Smith t 3 aSmith 4 I
Smith c 00400 0 0 4 0 I I Ieltj eitz e 0 0 1 2 2 ii I
Kennedy Irnnc l pl I 0 u o I Harper p0 p 0 0 o I I1nllll7 o aTutnle
1nllll7 Tutnle 7 II 27 H I 1nlll8 3 7 724 24 II 4 4Plttshurg 6Tltlllllrt 4Pittshuirg
Plttshurg 3 302100 0 s i 0 o I o 7
Cincinnati 0 0 I 0 2 0 0 I 03 03truck 0 0Struck
Struck out oUIII By Harper 2 by b Kennedy 2 First
liMe tuM on balls hIIOIt Off Harper 8 nil 0 Kennedy Krllllrd 5 Two
base hitSeymour hit S emour Stolen > bases hIcArb hiM Leach Keller
121 2 Beckley Doiilbe plays plu playsoruoran Corcoran Kelley und
Brclkcy Kelley Corcoran end Ilerklry nrrklr Kellcy Kellcyand Krlle KrllelIud Kehieyatiul
and Beckley Left T lt on bnscs hMCClnclnostl Cincinnati Hi jltli IltI
burg 4 First base 1111 on errorsCincinnati t puts
burg 2 empire mplre ODay OIA Time Tlme1 t hour and U Uminutes I Imlnulu ISolinutes
minutes Attendoore ttrllellDre1211O Atteildaneei2110New ttrllellDre1211OSew l2un l2unNew
New York orl State League LOKIICAt
At titles Illnghamtonjs 5 Illca ItI 4 4Other 4Olher 4Other
Other games Iam postponed postpollrll on account of rain rainConnpFtlriit
6 ConnpFtlriit Lennue LennueAtSnrlngneld 11011111AI Ira gue gueAt
AtSnrlngneld AI prtnlOcltl Springfield7 7 XewLondon > euv w Inn lnulon lon < I
At Hiilyoke Mcrldcu I Holyokc i 0 0At OAI 0At
At Hartford First Ilrllrame game Norwich > 8 Hartford
3 Second game I ne Norwich In orwlchi Hertford IIart Itartinrii orll i
At New IV Haven IIIenl1rldreport Bridgeport 7 New cw Haven aven 0 0American OAmerloAII 0Americati
American Association AssociationAt Asuiociat Roolallol1s mu mutt
At tt Jrt Toledo ToledoFIrst rirsl rI game Toledotit Minneapolis nIIIOII S
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Second s game Toledo It I I Minneapolis I IAt IA
At A t Columbus Cf umhus Columbus eOIIlInIoIl 5 St t 1aul 1aulAt II IIAI CAt
At LouIsville LoulsMlle I Milwaukee Mlhvaul tr3 < 3
At Indianapolis IlItllallnpIIIIJalll IlItllallnpIIIIJallltnrn Iiicilanutpuultsltainicst0ln Haln Halnnrstnrn
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At MilwaukeeMllwauken Milwauikre Slllwsuikee 5 nesMolnas He lcs Mollie l
At 1 Ht Joseph St Joseph10 Color ColorAt Colorado lilrlili Springs U
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rennlnilnn I 0 0 0 0 0 2 I 6 fi Uti hf fl Ki lC lCIauutiertville 1
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New York orka Find Their Batting Eyes and andneat andDeat antiheat
neat Ilostons DoatollllThe liostonuThe IlostonsThe
The New Ne York Americans found their bat battins bllttlDt batting
tins eyes yesterday and won a slugging sluggingnmtoh 81uIICl01Imatoh sluggingnuutoh
nmtoh from tho Boston They aro still as asfar DRtar asfar
far from the tint division however as the theDetrolts thoDetroit theDetroita
Detroit disposed of St Louis Tho Phlla Phlladelphliis Pltlllldllphlu P11115delphiiius
delphliis l lUll Washingtons W played a ten tenInnltiB tenInn teisInning
Inning Inn hilt tie Results llesultsNew ne ResultsNew l1lte l1lteIew
New York 15 Boston U UDot 1 1Dctrolt 14Dctrott5S1
Dot Dctrolt Dctrott5S1 roll Si ISt St Louis 1 1Philadelphia tIhlladelpbla Ilhlladehphia
Philadelphia 4 Washtngton4 Washtngton4STANDING WaahlortonRTANDINCI Waahtngton4ATARDINU
STANDING Or TilE CMJDS CMJDSOJuJ tlotiDC4u CLVDSCJubs
OJuJ C4u H 11 L 1 PC I Clubs IT V L PC PCBoston peDotoll PClloutoi
Boston 54 SO lit 843 New York38 Yurle 53 40 487 487Philadelphia 4 4t7Phllailrtphia 1 1lhllallelphlll
Philadelphia 50 34 3 595 Qr Chicago Cblcalco111 3d 44 4 450 450Cleveland 4SOClevland44 450Cleveland
Cleveland Clevland44 44 SH sM 637 I St Louis 34 45 4311 4311Detroit 4311lJetroll isluiDetroIt
Detroit 41 J I 3lu 19 Washington27 85 329 329NEW rItNEW 328NEW
NEW YOHK IA A t L 15 BOSTON > IA A L LI U UBOSTON UDORTO ItHosToy
BOSTON > July 29 29Sl1V New York piled up
fifteen runs today airulnst the llostons llostonsDpston lIo ilostonsBoston toll toll1I0ston
Dpston Boston made fourteen and lid badn fair In tha thaninth tll + s sninth
ninth to walk off with the irnme but n star starcatch fllrlIloh stariticli
catch mind throw by b COIlTOr Collro onroy caused luu rd the third thirdout thirdoil
out 0111111111 oil 1 mid the th t he fume one of oh the t hi most m08tInlllltlolllll wensatlonul wensatlonulseen sensutt innuil innuilseen I In
seen n nil thus itroiindrt gll111e1 rOIlIIl won Now Yorks York Chesbrct Chesbrctand hfl brtl I IIUIII
and Yoiinif Y Yotinm UIllIIj were hit all over the th Ii Held mid midIn 111111III itimitin
In tutu middle of the sixth Ixth Howell I replaced replacedChesbro rplIlIIIIIfHbro repuREuiCiiesbro
Chesbro Heeler and WIlllniiH led New NewYork Sewurlt NewI
York I urlt in biiulnsr bllltllllli whllft Douchirty ollllhlrl had tlvn tlvnhits Ilv Ilvhllll fi fihilts
hits with a total tIIIII of cloven boscn Hoston4 Hoston4errors iloitoriuerrors t ttrrorA
errors were costly costlyNKW 10ijtl 10ijtlSIW costlyNEW
NEW TOIlS TOIlSII BOHroK BOHroKH
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Conniy Conrnr8b3 Sb3 3 t 1 I Doughtylfi loumgttty ha S 2 o oKeelcr 0 0Itrrler 0lteelcr
Keelcr rf 4 4100 4 I 0 I Collins olllil 31 311 1 1220 1220Tlberld 1 2 2 II IImberleI I IFlberIil
Tlberld st3 3 3232 II 2 3 2 Ollrten cf2 ct2 3200 3200Williams2bO 2 2 0 I 0 01111111112b1 USlillalnii2hO
Williams2bO I n 6 I Freeman rrmlln rfO 2300 2300MFarilcf 2 11 0 II IIITarII I IMiard
MFarilcf ITarII cfl 1 2 0 I Parent 113 3 1 3 3 a aTannhlll araDnhllllfO STannhtIl
Tannhlll raDnhllllfO lf0 0 2 0 I 0 laiuice 1Mlcelb2 lb3 1 9 u I 1Gfliizcllt IlIzrlIIIl Iktuiztl
Gfliizcllt ktuiztl lIzrlIIIl > 1 1 9 1 0 Ferris rrt202 2b2 3031 3031OConnor 2 0 r 1 1OCollnor 1OConnor
OConnor cl 2 I 8 0 0 Crlgerc Criller cn 0 1023 1023Chesbro 1 6 2 I Ifi 3Cliesbropl
Chesbro Cliesbropl pl 0000 0 0 0 0 Young p vO 0 0030 0030llowell 0 0 2 0 0Howell
fi l Z rJ g gC
Howell p p I 1 I 0 1 J Jr SUM hf 1 1000 1000to 1 o o o oitStnhl
to itStnhl Stahl 0 0000 0000Totals 0 0 0 0 0Total15 0Totalsl5
Totals Total15 15 1 192110 10 27 10 4
Totals Tolalsl M 1837 111 27 11 7 7Batted 7l1alled 79iatted
Batted for Young Younln In the ninth nlnlhlolllol InnlnrBitted Inning
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Lord Vincent Oeenl bs b s Patterson 3 S STlme2ll 6Tlme211 5TimcSll
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Tom Keene en 5 by West Egbert Saun Saunden Sauntiers
den s l 1 1Geary IGeary
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Favorite Win at Old Santo SantoBOSTON angu anguflostoy
BOSTON July 70Agftln favorites figured prom prominently promInently ¬
inently In the light harneit meeting at Old Saugus SaugusHalo SaugulsReIn
Halo marred the st etwirt > rt by leaving the 201 pace paceto paceto
to be decided to tomorrow morrow
21 210 class trotting purse 1500 1500Mary 1410 1410Mary
Mary Kacbael ch m by h Hmmoaj Tim Timnitty
nitty 5 I I I INasidaut
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Lady K b m n Stone 2 333 333tilvor 3 3 3 3lilvon
tilvor ch s Msnton 3 5 di diMhuinlght < i iMidnight
Midnight Hal bib g Cox 4 4 u uTime di diTime
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221 class pacing purse Kfio KfioFrank 3555Frank
Frank Wilson bg by b Cambrel McDonald 1 1 l lGilbert 1Gilbert
Gilbert H ida g Doblei 3 S 2
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Ginger b g Coil Coilluidaclser 5 2 > 4
luidaclser h g Dowser e a aSparkling a aSparkling >
Sparkling Gelatine ch g Iockwood > 4 dIe
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206 class paring purse 1500 unfinished unfinishedCarl
Carl WIlkes ch it McDonald 2 2 1 1 1l
Terrell S Lassell LassellLouise l t 2 3 3g
Louise G Mcrrllli g 3 3 3 3MVST
Time2Il lIt 2I3 12 12MUST
MUST COME TO WEIGHT WEIGHTGardner WEIGHTGardner
Gardner Now Says ays lie Will Not Yo Fight Fltz FltzUnless FltzVnleas
Unless Latter Scales ins Pound PoundiIf PoundIt
If any match U to be arranged between betweenGeorge betweenGeorge
George Gardner and Dob Kltzslmmonn the theweluht thewtlght
weluht question will have to be agreed upon uponfirst uponfirst
first tlurdmrr now nays that Fit FRi will have haveto haveto
to scale 168 pounds before ho will as II sIgn arti articles artides ¬
des He IT also stipulates that the weighing weighingIn
In must b bu < at the thi ringside too ThIs would wouldHeem wouldsept11
Heem to be u lug handicap to Klta lt In view of ofthe ofthe
the fact that only otul the other ot her clay Its he went on onthe onI
the I he scales In Sui Frunclsco Imn disco and tipped I I Ilrti the t he he110am
beam at 203 poundH lx ulmuci 4 Yet et the I hue Cornishman orui slim un
IIIIH been known to do fur prising thinj t hiti gs and andmay andrulim
may rulim HKree to tackle Gardner ul the weight weightthe wulghtthe
the latter suggest xusBipttWhen suggestVlutu
When Vitz met Corbett It Is said that t hint he
did not weigh more tlmn lIe Jsolintlis rx > umln while whileCorliftt whileCorhfrtt
Corliftt carried 187 pounds Tfils I hIs JIM was
dcriiled six years eIris ago and since then Hob
IIHH grown heavier The sxciiitnhlulot xci niilon sayn hIs
be Ciin get to Its pounds und be atrontt atronttAbout
About six months ago lie posted u forfeit forfeitnnd forbutiuttii
nnd issued a challenge to tight lack OBrien OBrienor
or Tommy lorumn Kyan itt t the niiddlcneljtlit limit
for 5000 a wide yet et neither ol tlif these e two twofighters taofighters
fighters responded Bob nays that the offer offerWHS otTerelis
WHS no bluff and that he made It because becausehe
he says he is the legitimate holder of the themiddleweight themnitldlewelgtt
middleweight championship today todayardruer
Gardner ileelares that It would lie hi foolhardy foolhardvto
to give nwuy Owu weight to such u fighter as as1itzoirnmnon
ritzsimrnon If Fltr will consent to the thewelglit theaIgltt
welglit condition lie mime lordner erdner adds addsthat uuIt1 uuIt1that
that his lit backer Andy nuiy Craig au ill buck him himfor him himfor
for ii big side bet provided the t be onlchils of ofthe ofthe
the club where the thu encounter is held do not notobject notoiJect
object objectJVKITS oiJectNEWS
NEWS OF THE irHERLME irHERLMEKlmble 1IIIEELMENXimble
Klmble Writes of HI Victories and Kxpe Kxperlrnces Expcrirnees
rlrnces on Parisian Track TrackPersonal TrackPersonal
Personal news from Owen Klmble a Ki Ken Kentttclniams n ntticklan
tticklan who luis been riding bicycle races racestill racesflu
till season on Parisian tracks with con continued continumi ¬
tinued success wits received yesterday by byone byone
one of his friends in this citythroughn a letter letterfrom letterfrom
from Kimhle dated July 14 Klmble writes writesIn writeits
In part 1 have started four times the past pastweek petitasik
week and cmi won two flrstw and a third Col ColIitt ColItt
Itt the poor devil does not seem to be able ableto nhleto
to turn a trick 1 pulled him in a race last lastweek lastwrk
week unit took him two laps but he was not notthen nottIler
then with the final sprint and 1 bad to win winmyself winitintlt
myself Jncriiielln l bout Taylor nnd Jleyers JleyersIn
In griiml style ii yin In a match on Tuesday The Thenetfio The10tiO
netfio Is riillng well but I suppose you undor undorptand unuurtauid
ptand tauid they liavn some very fast men here heretoo lucretofu
too 1 have huh vt been taking good careof core of myself myselfover nlrselt nlrseltover
over here bier and training a as t never trained be before beforf ¬
fore At the t lie Ornnd ruinli Prix I was going faster fasterthan fasterthilt
than any of them but haul a little too much mucholidinpiignn
olidinpiignn aboard and went to sleep M M1nre t
1nre den Princes Tuesday I won th the < i open openby openby
by ten lengths lengthsYonnK lengthsonng
YonnK onng orbrtt Slgni Articles to Meet Tim TimCillahan TimIaIlahan
Cillahan CillahanArticles IaIlahanArticles
Articles of agreement were signed yestor yestorday ysterday
day for a sixround bout between Young YoungCorbett Votingorbett
Corbett and Tim Callahan of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThey PhiladelphiThey
They are to meet before the club offering
I lbs ho best purse within two tw weeks time Clubs Clubsniust Clubsmust
must have their bids in by Aug ulg I The wolglit
Is KM pounds welsh in at e oclock on the thenight tIlenight
night of the mill the men must break clean cleanMagellan cleaniIaeball
Magellan Motes MotesE otei
E A n GhiIvlns GhiIvlnsKid nivlru nivlruKid
Kid Nichols Is i said to be pitching u well IM hn hnever heever
ever did lie and Cy Young art th the pinching pltchlniwonders
wonders of the ago In point of arrvlcr arrvlcrThe aersicefhe
The JrlTcrson 3 C his Saturday Aug l nnen
foroul of towiileamsoflBvtngsultablelniJiiremenM toelu leant inch rig uiltithic Int1ttcemen
Address II Hunt 1241 Park avenue llobokrn llobokrnHall
NJ I IBath
Hall players say M that American le leiuguuuu ijii Park
here tte Is n good ground to hit on Certulinl VrUlnly some someeiceptlimally soniceicrpthunmall
eiceptlimally hard and tree hitting has been dime
there u hI > visiting teams teamsThis Icitnuslit
This lit standing of the clubs In the Royal Arcanum
llairball lrsjun Is as follows Hljonnc won A
lost 0 Unique won 3 lost 1 New ra Jersey won 3 lost
2 llobokcn won 3 lost 4 Sherman won 2 lost lostArbont <
Arbont won 0 lost 0 0A IIA
A good sky for catching fly ii bulls Is a rlcnrileep
blue slightly rrllcvrd by clouds tws tcorge ienrire
DavLi but a perfectly clear sky on a hot day N
bad There Is a shimmer In the air and the ball
looks like a pea > to you when It Is coming down downA
A firstclass catcher Is inessential an essential these days
to break up the hit and run game Jimmy Colllna Colllnaavers CollInsaver
avers When the catcher tblnka the runner b bgoing IsgoIng
going down he signals to the pitcher to keep > cnn cnnwide m mwide
wide Tho batter then rnnnot reach Iced the ball balland ballanti
and the catcher la I In a poshlon tn null tils Iii man manat manat
at second Pitchers of ofballs often srasta two and three
balls tush to make that play playJohn lulaYJohn
John FMsihmann Jr OsmM arn at aiinpospd
to last nine Innings and the umpire had no right
to call the came If there wits no nh agreement regard
Inir Its length provided rain darkness tIn r sonic wnmequally soniccqutally
equally good cause lor or calling It it tild Id not arise
llefusil in continue play commute grounds for fora
a forfeit tndrr I nuIrn the rlreiiinatnncn as you mate matethem shalethem
them your ContentIon Is right rlifblVeil rightNeat
Veil Sunday at the Valerian Lyceum grounds groundsold groundsoIl
old Wllllamsburg A A grounds Jackson street streetand sIreelanti
and Klngsland avenue the Valerian alertitut Lyceums will
have the scrol professional Superbaa of St Teresas Teresasas TereaIi
as opponent Tbo Tb Valerian Lyceum team has hasa ha haa
a few Saturdays la August and September also
Labor Day open for outoftown teams ottering
nducemanM Addnait Joseph E I R RedeI yd lT 401
Oraham avUnue Brooklyn
LARKED WINS LOttdWOOD BOWL BOWLThe BOWLTIle
The Challenger DeaU Clothier the Holder HolderIn
In FourSet Mate AlatouBOSTON MateBoaTols
BOSTON July 29 20On On the court of the thnLong theLongwood
Long Longwood wood Cricket Club this afternoon Wil William Wil11am ¬
liam A Lamed challenger defeated William WilliamClotblor WUliatnClothier
> Clothier holder in the challenge round roundfor roundfor
for the Longwood bowl The match was wnsan waslois
an Interesting contest for two unit but after afterthat afterthat
that the result was never in doubt Lamed Larnodplaying Lamedplaying
playing up to his game of Tuesday when he hedefeated hedefeated
defeated llolcombo Ward In the final match matchLamed matchLtirnetl
Lamed for the second time coined Into pos possession posSession ¬
session of the trophy He won his first leg legIn legIii
In inoi but last year lost to Clothier ClothierThe Clothierlhie
The lInt and second seta brought out good goodtennis goodtennis
tennis and In the first the defender played playedLnrned playedlttrnptl
Lnrned to a standstill allowing him only two twoatames twogSIne5
atames In the next Clothier started out like likea
a winner and almost before Ids opponent opponentgot
got down to work had had a lead of threo games gamesto
to love Lnrned made a grand effort and andby aridby
by the hardest kind of playing won the fol following followhmlg ¬
lowing throe games und lost tIll Hcvcntti HcvcnttiWith 54VeilthVith
With the score four games to three against againsthim ogatmisthhmn
him tin t iii national n champion settlud down to tobusiness tohulilIlCisu
business and found little difficult miimcmilty in winning
tlm t lIe eighth ninth and tenth games allowing
Clothier only two points in tho lust three thrvogames threegullies
games gamesLurncil gulliesLutriuetl
Lurncil continued his streak of fast work workat
at I hi riot and a rid the tic next ups t set was easy lOt Three Threeof lhreeof
of the games went to deuce hut In tho t ha other otherthrvo oIlierthira
thrvo Clothier lost each at 40 41 to 11 lie lieginning lieginning
ginning the fourth set Clothier tried to make makeu
u stand and succeeded in capturing the thnfirst thefirst
first end second games After that how however howover ¬
ever Larned played In fine form and Clothier Clothierwas Clothierwas
was unable to cope with him himLongwood himLongwood
Longwood singles Challenge round mundWlitiam mundWlitiamA William WilliamA
A Lamed challenger defeated William J Clothier Clothierholder ClothIerhioldem
holder 2 4 0 0is 4 0 00 o 81 81Wrtnn 0 0Wrenn
Wrtnn and Maneny Tied on Nahuit Coartf CoartfNAHANT CoartsNAUANT
NAHANT Mass July 20 30But But two matches matobeiwere matcheswere
were played in the tennis tournament today todaya
a downpour of rain driving players and crowd crowdto
to cover The most interesting match was wasbetween wasbetween
between Hot Wrenn anti Harold 8 Mahony Mahonythe Mahonythe
the extra man of the visiting British team teamHonors teamhonor
Honors were easy when the break of the thestorm thestorm
storm put u stop to play Each had won a aset aset
set nnd they were tied at 7 all in the third thirdset thirdsuIt
set The Briton was very nervous in the flrst flrstset drotset
set nnd Wrenn by clever passing easily easilywon easilywon
won e0 Then Mahony pulled himself himselftogether himselftogether
together and by his good back court game gameand gameand
and fine volleying pulled out 6 6I 4 It was wasnip
nip and tuck for tho third with Mahony Mahonyone
one point to the good at the finish In the themorning thelooming
morning Kenneth horton beat R IL Huntington
03 7 75 5
OneSided Tennis at Chicago ChlcacoCrtiruoo ChicagoCUIOAG0
Crtiruoo July 29 29In In the tennis tourna tournament tournamacat ¬
ment hero today throe of the four matches matcheswere matcheswere
were onesided Hunt of California de defeating dofeeling ¬
feeling E Diehl with ease Waldoner of ofChicago ofChica4io
Chicago Chica4io smothered Burton of Minneapolis Minneapolisand
and Kmerson of Cincinnati allowed Forstall Forstallof Forstallof
of Princeton only four games gamesMens gameslIens
lIens Singles Fourth round roundHunt Hunt beat Dlohl flishi6S
6S 6 2 v4 < Valdner beat Burton ft 0S 86 64 4 Emerson Kmeraonbeat Emersonbrat
beat Forstall aj s 61 i Snow beat Patterson
67 ft 75 75Mens 7 5 5Mens
Mens Doubles ioubtesFlrfl First round rouindIielden Belden and Durum Durumbeat Burtonbeat
beat Lamb and Martin B 60 o n 60 o 46 0 00 00Womens 0 0Womens
Womens Singles 8lnglesSrcond Second round noundMias Miss Pound Poundbeat Poundbeat
beat Mrs Burgeis 62 62 Miss Neely beat Ml MlSummerhayes Miss MissSlimmerbayes
Summerhayes ni e 62 2 Miss Closterman beat beatMiss beatMiss
Miss Wlmer 64 64 Miss Hedly beat Miss Par Parker Parher ¬
her 0 oo 4 18 I II 0 0is 0isTonleil5 4 4Womens
Womens Tennis at Newport NewportXEWpnai NewportSawunar
XEWpnai July lul 29 29An An Interested crowd crowdwatched crowdwtched
watched the four players who met on onthn onthis
this tasioo courts this morning to piny pinythe pinythie
the finals In the doubles lawn tennis tour tournament tourluilllietut ¬
nament for women It was not expected expectedthat ex pected pectedthat
that Miss Maude Wet Vi etmore more and Miss Mary
lliihk would HO oh easily surrender their laurels laurelsto IaureIto
to theiropponents their opporientis Mrs Maude Burger BargerVallnch Burgeratltteh
Vallnch and her sister Miss Edna hanger liargerMimes hangerSlicaus
Mimes Welmon pimori and Husk were defeated In Inthree iiithree
three straight sets After Mrs Mr Wollach and andMiss end311os
Miss Barcer had won the match they received receivedthe receivedthe
the trophies two pretty silver loving cups cupsin cupsin
in in miniature miniatureMrs m iInt U USIre
Mrs Itargrr Wallach and Mils Edna BarrerbeM BarrerbeMMl
Ml ttle Maudr Weimore and Miss Mary Husk 7 75 i
6484 6 4 6 4
Point Judith Tennis TennisXAIUUOANSETT TennisNAnno44sErr
XAIUUOANSETT IIEB July 29 29The The Point PointJudith PointJudit
Judith hi Country Club luth tennis tournament was wascontinued wascontlnuued
continued today totn In the doubles tho tt event eventof eventof
of interest was the match between Beach Beachnnd BeachantI
antI Kimball and Wylie and Klnsky which whichwus whichwait
wait closely contested contestedItoblnson COtItitttelRobInson
RobInson and Kennedy beat Deford and D Deford Deforda ford ford8S
a 8S 3 ii I2 3 Wright and Diddle beat Mitchell and andHlgfs analtlgira
Hlgfs 81 I I ii I Uearh and Kimball beat Wylte Wylteand WylIeanti
and Ftlnsky s 6 87 87The 97Tue
The match between Kennedy and Diddle Diddlebrought Biddlebrought
brought the events to a close today and andproved andproved
proved the most exciting of the tourney tourneyL
L I H Dulles defaulted to C Diddle G Beachbsh Beach Beachbrat
brat M Hurt 61 6 1 84 A M Kennedy beat 0 0lllddlr 0Diddle
lllddlr 46 74 44 44Ijiwn 4SLawn
Lawn Tennis Gossip GossipThe SoislpThe
The Dutch Anns Tennis Club has htt nearly nearlycompleted nearlycompleted
completed its club tournament held on the theClub theClub
Club courts Eighth avenue nnd Oarfleld Oarfleldplace Jarfleldplitce
place Brooklyn W V Jennings and B R RDrown Ithirown
Drown arc still in the running and will meet meetIn meetin
In the finals of the atoms singles The re results nositita ¬
sults follow followMens followMen
Mens Men Singles SinglesSecond Second Round RoundW W Jennings de defeated thetested ¬
tested G IL Clark fl 4 8O 6 B R Brown defeated defeatedK
K duff 7 7S 5 li2 2 M Brennan defeated H Candle
75 6 itI itISemiflnal I ISemi
Semi Semiflnal final Hound RotnndW W Jennings defeated H F FBrennan FIinelrnutn
Brennan fl 4 7 7I 5 B li Brown defeated U Urea Brennan Ureanan ¬
nan B4 3 30 fl a0 a0The ii 0 0The
The finals In the Hollywood Golf Club Clubtennis Clubtennis
tennis tournament were finished Sunday Sundayat
at Long Branch First place In the th mens mensdoubles mensdouiblt
doubles went to Cahn and Frledenberir who whoilefeutud whoulffiittwi
ilefeutud Keeunshers and Urevfuss 8 3
6 I n 3 Miss hanger and IA V h i Cahn Cahntook attn attnmusk
took the honors in the mixed double de defeating thefeatiti ¬
feating g Miss St is Price and arid B M Phillips 83 836s 6s6S
6s itS itSrtui
6sTint Tint clrtss n handicap singles of the theCrescent theCrpicitt
Crescent Athletic Club werecontlnued were corititiumed on Mon Monday Monday ¬
day on the club courts nt Hay Ridge The Thejmitches Thenateheti
jmitches nateheti in this event were started early
last week and It Is expected that the finals finalswill flnitiaill
will be reached Saturday W C Diddle niddleB
B A 3 Kerley and C A Morse have advanced advancedto advancedto
to the aeniiflnaU aeniiflnaUMens isemifitialsMen
Mens Men Handicap Singles SInglesClass Class B HFirst Flrst Round Roundn
n J Wall owe 16 defeated W O 3 Fisher 15 6 I Ifl
fl 2 A E Chandler owe 15 defeated H C Holly 11011 11011IS
15 8 4 4 20 6ti W V c Blddle owe half 15 de defeated tIcfeated ¬
feated C I Potter half 15 fl4 l fl 82 6 2 J m C COswald t tOswald
Oswald owe owelI 15 defeated O W HelnlgXe owe 15 15I
0 I 8 112 2 II A Kerley defeated H K Brenuan
15 67 s3 C 3 ft 2 2Second 2Second
Second Hound W 1 C Blddle owe half 15 de defeated tiefeamiul ¬
feated A P 1 Chandler owe IS 0 3 5 7 7 5 5H 5It
H A 3 Kerley defeated J C Oswald owe 15 fl 4
0 2 C A Mor Morta e scratch defeated C B Cadley Cadleyscratch Cadleyecnaichu
scratch fl 3 8 2 2The 2The
The Knickerbocker Field Club of Flatbush Flatbushhas
has just finished Its annual club tournament tournamentnt touirttanwritat
nt Avenue A and East Eighteenth lii gluteeruthm streetFlatbush street sireetFiatbuish
Flatbush First place In the singles went wentto went wentity
to Louis Johnson who won from W V Ij Rising
In tho tlnals 63 6 3 4 4Ii fl 0 3 The doubles doubleswent douibliswent
went to Frederic W Holmes Jr and Harry
H KobertH They had hard work to down downlouls
louls Johnson and tieorse Whltlook Jr Jre lr
e 1 7 S fl 4 4By 4TI
By TI defeating H P Little 1 lithe on Saturday st stCincinnati stClmitltuuiuiti
Cincinnati KreiKh Collins of IM hlcago on HO won wonthe wonthus
the TrlSlntechampionship Tn Stiiti cimatipioruohip Little had twlcn twlcnwon twicowon
won thus trophy which goes to the player playerwinning iisyerwinning
winning It three times timesPlnv timesPins
Pins In the mixed doubles of the WewtnVlii WewtnVliiTennis 3ecstflldTennis
Tennis Club of Westtlold eotttilcj N J 1 resulted in infavor infavor
favor of Miss Sarah E I Schuyler and Thomas ThomasM
M tt Day Jr of the Hillside Tennis and Golf ClolfClub GolfCluib
Club of Plalntleld This pair defeated Mlis MlisFlorimoo 51155Flnrinoo
Florimoo E 3 Bradley and K F 0 Smith of tho thohome thoIluuluief
home club in the final round 3 B S3 ui 3 8 5Thi I IThe
The Thi competitors numbered eight teams teamsIn
In all allMixed allSiuied
Mixed Doubles First round Miss Ieham and andK andF
K S N Pendergait defeatod Mlss Maconnell and andpartner antipartner
partner 6 0 fV f 0 Mlss Bradley and F I G Smith Smithdefeated Smnithlcfriiteti
defeated Miss Starr and Harold Bralnnnl II 1 0 fl 3 3Mli 3Miii
Mli F C Ilummer mid J 1 H Craig defeated Miss MissK Miti
K i M Clark and L I A Clark 4 0 fl 2 0 3 Miss MissSurah Sli SliSgml
Surah E Schuyler and T F M Dny Jr defeated defeatedMiss ilcfeatidMts
Miss Sclirnnim nnd Krneit Alphers fl 60 fl fl 0 0Second 05eonil
Second HoundMlM Refund tilt F li 1 Bradley and F I O OSmith 3 3Smith
Smith defeated MIss leham and K 14 H N Tender Tenderjail Icndergait
jail 1 6 fl 3 fl 1 1 Miss Sarah K Schuyler and andT ucitulI
T I M Day ia Jr defeated Miss Ilummer and J 11 11Craig iiCraig
Craig fl ii l 0 3 3Final 3Final
Final Rotund Miss Schuyler and T M Day Jr Jrdefeated Sideleatcul
defeated Miss Bradley and F G Smith 3 fl 50a
03 1I 1IThe 1 1 1The
The Crescent A C will start Its double doublehandicap doublehandicap
handicap tourney on Saturday of this wnek wnekat wookMt
at Hay Itidctt
Gossip of the nine nineJoe flingJoe
Joe Walcott has been matched to meet Joe Grim Grimof Grimof
of Philadelphia In a six sinround round bout before one of ofthe ofthe
the Philadelphia clubs next month This will be beWalootts beWalcohts
Walootts first appearance In Thlladelpbla since sincehe sincehe
he fnight George Cole there thereA
A six round go between George Munroa and andTommy endTommy
Tommy love of this city wiui arranged yesterday
They are to It box before the Southern A C Phila Philadelphia Phutladelpisiti ¬
delphia on July 2s 2sThe 25liue
The California sport s have made Jimmy Ilrttt Ilrttta
a 2 to 1 favorite In the lutlers coming bnut with withJack withJack
Jack Oh OKrfi > fi at San 1rAiiclsco UnIt lias already alreadywagered alreadywagereti
wagered Txi 7 Ii mi his ctaiices The mill will be do doelded dociulet
elded to morrow night nightA
A nilei hilleu < n round bnut lielwcen Abo Altell of ofalhnruilit
California and Johnny Iteaitiiu of Ilrooklyn was wasarranged aasarranged
arranged yesterdny Flu pnlr uittr are to tt have It out outbefore cultbefore
before th the West ind A C 1 St 4h l lotits iuls on July S
They will meet at 172 pounds poundsThe pouindsThe
The oft of chats of the Industrial A C Philadelphia
have paid nil the money they owe Joe GrIm After fler
Grim lost on n foul to Peter Maher the other night nithtthn nightthe
the club held out 1240 200 of hla hI pursa piut monr moo Grim
threatened to bring suit gainaI thIII b It th thmoney
money was not forthcoming
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Cateloguua reilly lnornlnR f of each sale riii riiilist
chasers will aIway Iluth a rire arge cmii ml iatrrestn Witlnc WitlncThose
list to select f fm ii
Those desiring In o tell can liinkr entries nt
any time up to r v 1 M the day before the sale saleCLEARING l lCLEAHINfl
CLEARING OIT SA1K OF llOHsii iOODs
lluzgy JlarnesH oo 775 and liW 1111
Surrey Harness tsni it till jun Clii j 25110
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COMPANY 542 Hudson St near Charles CharlesTI1K ChineTIiI
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SIX RACES TO TOlAT 11 AY AT 1 SSW P I 11 31SPECIAL 11HIKCIAL
SPECIAL TIME TA1IIE TODAY TODAYTrains IOltITrain
Trains leave B I lUll at N Y t via L I C ISId 121
1240 its Iarlnr Cars 110 131 IM p m Parlor Parlorcar Iarltrcar
car on all trains trainsHrnnVlvn trsinBrooklyn
Brooklyn HrnnVlvn Flatbuab 1tnH h sy in 1240 in 1 10O rm t 120 nn 145 r rLeave p en
Leave liedfnrd 6 rein later K N Y 15 raIn later
All trolleys and elevated trains to Jamaica con connect conTract ¬
Tract with the track trackAdm trackAdns
Adm to Grand Stand 82 Adm to Field Stand 7Sc 7ScAUTOWOII1IK4 lIcALTOMOII1LFa
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Address II Ilnx 131 Sun Once OITleeOpm OnceGOLF
GOLF GOLFpelI
Opm pelI Champion on the Losing Side In InMatch InSlatch
Match at Ap Apawanilt ApawaniltThe anils anilsTh
Th The strongest field of golf champions that thathas thsthas
has ever started In nn Eastern tournament tournamentbarring tournamentbarring
barring only the amateur championships championshipswill
will drive off today in the t hi threeday I hreedis rtxtun rtxtunat <
at the Apawamis Club of Kye She courses courseswas colInuswas
was crowded with the entrants who wen wenout wertoust
out for practice yesterday the best work workbeing workbeing
being a 79 by Walter J Travis He played playedwith placiIwith
with John Moller Jr who did 84 4 OeorB OeorBT <
T Brokaw record recordtl an H2 and Frank 0 0Relnhort 0Reinhart
Relnhort who had never seen the course coursedid coursedid
did 84 Charles H Senly Mara Michael MichaelJasper MlehoelJasper
Jasper Lynch J W Baker L H OarreMon OarreMonR
R IL D Laphain and Jay Cooke Jr of Phila Philadelphia Phtladelphia ¬
delphia also were on the links linksAn linksAn
An Interesting fourball match was played playedbetween playedbetween
between Will Anderson the open champion championand
and Maturin Ballon and Will Smith open openchampion openchampion
champion of 1800 and Malcolm Graham Jr JrThe JrThe
The latter pair after being 2 down at the thtprtu thtprtuwon turn turnwon
won by 2 up and 1 to play also winning thc thibye
bye hole Anderson went seen out In 37 when it itlooked Srlooked
looked as though ho might equal his M3 record recordfor recorlfor
for the course of 74 but he came In poorly poorlyand poorlyanti
and made only an 81 Will Smith did M 0 and andbeut andbeut
beut him 3 up at hole plays Itallou doing 81 81and 03and
and Graham 85 The bestball score was wasSmltb wasSmitbandlIrGuhim
Smltb SmitbandlIrGuhim and Mr Graham S 35444403550 35444403550Anderson 5 4 4 4 4 9 8 SI SIAnderson
Anderson and Mr ItalIans 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 1 8SmhthantlMrGrahain I Si SiSmith
Smith SmhthantlMrGrahain and Mr Graham 4 844544A4 S 4 4 5 4 4 41 4 17 5775 5775Anderson 7 7Anderson
Anderson and Mr Ballou 5 4 4 4 a S 4 6 5427T 5427TThere 5 4277 4277lhtere
There are sixty entries for the qualifying quallfyinitround qualifyinground
round this morning morningThe morningThe
The Rev A C Croombe who wastohavn wastohavnbeen was to hive hivebeen
been one of the Oxford and Cambridge team teamIs teatsuis
Is stricken with an Injury to his leg whlrh whlrhwill whiiisalit
will prevent revemmt him from taking part In th thtour itttolIr
tour J 1 U Iow in the English AtMtlii AtMtliitr AfhletiNew
New > tr of July IS writes that his loss will hn hnKrently hi higreatly
greatly felt by 0 tne visitorH for he has been beenshowing Ieeiiehiowlog
showing wonilerful woni erful form this season seasonmit nt West Westward Westarurd ¬
ward Ho anti Sunnlncdale There Is cor corsldcrable torimiitierable
sldcrable doubt In this tIm a country as to whn whnare ath athare
are to come over the team as furnlMicil furnlMicilbeing furnishetibeing
being J Ij l Low > ow captain T M and Noriuau NoriuauHunter NorinstSumter
Hunter C H and H II Kills I Ransom RansomJ
J AT Rramston and H W Keverldge but butit hutIt
it is thought that there will be twelve or mon mnrIn monill
In thIS party Findlay indluIT 8 Douglas said yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day that he knew all ai the players named tob tobvery to be bevery >
very good golfers golfersMANCHESTER golfersSIAPOCIIESTKr
MANCHESTER Vt July Jull 29MIM 29 Miss Hiesiri Hiesiriwith 1tiglnwIth
with 08 96Wumfl won the best sro s score prize prize In the thewomnnfi huewomtutn
womnnfi womtutn ft open elghtpenhole handicap pluywl pluywlhere phuiytihere
here yesterdav river the lii Iwannk cnurse for forprizes forprizes
prizes civeii by Mrs W W Rurton Ml MlMurgaret Mis Mislitrgaret
Murgaret K obb with n net score of ofwon ofwon <
won the net score price prleMiss priceSIlas
Miss Margaret K Cotib Ilrookllne 100 II 15 15Mls 12Miss
Miss Higgins Xlldlothlan tj 095 if 05 Miss Cobl CoblRrookllne Cobillrooltlne >
Rrookllne ItO U l its > Miss lunedlrt KkwnnoV KkwnnoV11J
11J I IS 1H97 14 97 Miss Burton KkwnmiU lh itutuuol IllS 7SU 7SUMANcnKHTRii 7 Sti Sti51tsrnEstrni
MANcnKHTRii July 20 i The rh Kkwanok KkwanokCountry lkwsnskCoutritr1t
Country Clubs t tsmut win defeated tin1 I hut Islanil IslanilCtolf lhinliolf
Ctolf Coutritr1t Cliibx tIbIA team on the lii links here luh C todn todnby V Vhu
by hu the I hf score of 117 17 to I 0 Ifl 1 2 Tin1 lli summaries summariesnkwanok so in nut nits nitsFkaeartok
nkwanok Clark Hurohani fl Paul Waterman WatermanJames C CJames
James 1 Tyler 5 C M Clarii hart 4 Henry W V Hrmvn
10 W V W A Burton I A L 1 WhIle 5 > Dt Ii K i W V T ran ranIr y ylir
lir 0 Herbert Card tisr 7 1 I illnier fl liarlrs li liKlcirhnrn I I Iltcghnmn
Klcirhnrn H K Hntililns Itohifti ns it C I 11 I I Kllnguoml KllnguomlK ill nio uici It Itr
K r W Clark 0 Frank Clark tart 0 Total 47 47Islanutl 7 7Island
Island iulf ltuh f Club A W V Harrliittmi lie mrlugtonr c I i iouc n nHrrrsoii I Ilire
Hrrrsoii lire rtsoim u C C S Irlcst 0 I Jnirgr IV I Willlnittoii WilllnittoiiCapl
Capl 011 0 1 C Homey f I S A 0 A t S IVmrnc 0 0hi
11 u i Hartwell0T HariwclI 1 T K Wellington S H I F Frn FrnA FPtlP 0 0t
A t H Ide 0 J I schroidcr 0 C 1 H Nush n lm lmscim Iliuscum
scum H Olllctt I r E 5 Draper laii llintlo IiJtliuTolat > v vTotal
Total 18 ItIIlIIII
IIlIIII TO SHAM SIllIRfh nor K in inTrial litflIaI
Trial lla has tn He AhaiulonrU thandoneiiSir Sir Tbotuito Tbotui rhunituasto
to Visit BufFalo lltiffaloThere BufFalolhure
There was lots of gun flrlne and lot lottrouble Iota M Mtrourbte
trouble in the lower hay yestenliy The Thefun Thegrin
fun tlrinK was due to the fuct that Sir Thorns Thorns7iplon rtenssLipton
Lipton on board the Krln PITII up from fromSnndy frotutSittdy
Snndy Hook and an Adinlril salute nf nfthirteen ofthirteen
thirteen Kims was given him by lit lie police policeboat politeltoat
boat Patrol nnd a ni tho t he trouble I a as s inu Ill 1 tel eil hi hithe hutIll
the breaking breusit I ng of a mast ln iueutd > nd runner rh oner him himon hi ak akon
on tho t hi iShamroik III IIIThe IIIlliy
The two KhainrnukM went riutsidi the Tlook Tlookyesterdiiy Itoakyesterhuiy
yesterdiiy inornincr for n a sallstretrhmi trial trlilTho trialThe
The new boat wore another new miln uuuulnihl uuuulnihlthe ill illtho
the fourth fouimt hi she has had since renehlng the thsside theside
side which needed ironing out outIt cultIt
It was 10 It oclock when tlio I ii bolts left the theHook th thBook
Hook and took n run out through I tho I he ship shipchannel shhlehrtiunei
channel before a twolvenjlli brien ltrte The Theold Its ItsoltI
old boat led the way as the nl alasys ny does In t tstiff Hlit
stiff lit liT bnvBP nnd an I when w bent they t huts rame c nil f abiiut Ii iiii It af1 af1a I tie tieii
a HlTmilt run she was still In th I he Uad I lit lityuI li1 li1yiichtn
yiichtn yuI ihits anchored oiiv outtislti idr 1 > the I tii Ilimlv I I tctk whilesoni whilesonichanges ut ii 1 sit ut utthiuurtCs >
changes were prff made Iii the tl rhallcngers SUM SUMand sa saII
and II nil then t unIt at noon they I liis started ci ii it ut on inoth inothtrlti i 1i0 Ii Iitrp
trlti trp
trlti1h1 1h1 i lit boatt were hardly under wuv for th thsecond thsecond
second trip tn t when the t lit star It LI r board inui rui runner Ill litter b bon i i0th
on Shamrock III carried away mul the re rehad ri rihaul
had to be called off It 1 t WIH then i tint I II 1 1 Sir SirThomas i iThitnuuti
Thomas and his lit purty lain i on the Kriu cimi mr mrt in intho
tho t ho buy and a nil unchored uc oil llolTmiin I I oit luiTl Island Islandwhere I st a n nwhere
where the t us salute was llred by I the hit Pmrnl Ito ami amilaunch a aIi
launch Ii ur rich from froi tho t huts tug I tug iPtiesee a hlh hi ii had lii it t hfO hfOerumlslnic J Jcrulsin
crulsin with n committee of th1 I Iu nnVi tuliuak of oftin1 itI
tin1 I lir Iohigh Valley llnllwny huh scii y rame ta I u P ilunK 5 I imigid tde tdeand r rIi
and Ii nti un a n Invitation invltat ion to vinlt IlulTili hit i Niagari NiagariFalls N iii gars garsFucli
Falls and a rid Canada nejit hex t Siitirdav Sut I ritu t morninc mornincwas 5 5wits
was extended to the Ilnriuiet Sir Tbotmiaccepted Tbotmi IhiotnninCtpttl
accepted and will leave this I his iity it to in a spsolal spsolaltrain pelaItrain
train early Saturday Ss I ui nuiuuy mornlriB ill urn I ii e Utr i rtr thi thia I h u ua
a boat wan sent to Erie HiiHin for a new ICC run runner ruinnor ¬
nor block for tbn I his olinllpiiirer and a laumh laumhtook btniitook
took Sir Thomass irumils to ii Iier IierIrvne t tJevac
Irvne Cliallenitei Imich Mllllardl hIllIerdIalThe t tThe
The following ehnlUiige spoils for itselti itseltiI
I would lUte to tate that ntiTsiarilng
narutel tile Krencli bllllnrl htiliiu ri < s peri p ci hi f arrtvd arrtvdIn srit vul vulins
In town en route lOli to Kuropi Fur t ind ha si tiled tel upim upimnumerous ii ptti ptti000lemu
numerous occastons that he would Itke tn mere tr trat mcat
at a gin of threecushion tiunre ctuiminni cirr tmnrtnta ms I will ay lOST thMam lOSTann
am ready nelmii to play him any an IIIIK lull after this weeh weehamid e eand
and would woum it nigieit ne next t ween btiiiilng Monday Mondayfor Mondsyfor
for IIWO 1010 aside a side or a suitable purse and gale money moneyShould 1000evhruuld
Should hruuld either of then propositions be sgretab sgretabto
to tbe tbegentleman gentleman I will meet film lilt Ifl llviurtoo Dais DftlJuinslon Daisbitliar
bitliar room and make lIst neasar arrsnc arrsncmeat
meat 1070 EYl EYlplon
uinslon plon at Ihrtecuihlon canonu camfomSNiw
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