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18 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY .MORNING-, JUNE 7, 1908.
I to 'American Sfroko, Is Different From Australian as Used J , at Present. AM AND LEG MOTIONS f- .USED IN TUB SPRINTS ; Daniels's Method Retards His Speed, liiit He Wins Just ; i lie Same. ' Crlbuna Special Sporting1 Service. , 1 '. KEW YOTiK, .hiuo (5. Ono of the loading newspapers of Sydney, New South Wales? publishes the views of Dceil JTcaly, 100-jard champion of Aus tralia, on modem swimming strokes, inionfr otlier things .the great sprinter is credited with saying that swimmers ( 3ero have no right to tlm style of crawl I itroko we uso the title of "American," I lince it is nothing but the Australian I itroko -with the least littlo alteration I hi the kick. According to competent I authority Mr. Ilealy is not in touch I r.'ith the American crawl, or ho would I aot have made the statement attributed I to him. "Were we to take Mr. Hcaly's I :ontontion as based upon facts, wc I night claim that Australians were not 5 ntitlod to classify as "Australian trawl" a stroke which was but. a niodi- acation of the trudgcon. I Of course this would be ridiculous, fi but it must be considered that the art ! it natation has progressed bv insensible !J iteps and that the breast, the side, tho ! over arm, the double over arm, the . Irudgeon and the crawl arc but phases d the evolution of the stroke, with nly small differences between con tiguous phases. Tho crawl has been heralded tho great discovery of modern Javs, but if wo compare it to tho 1 Jrudgoon that sprinters used before its jidvent for short dashes, when they i Diado the arm motion short and fast, l tho scissor kick narrow and snappy, i nd kept continually on their faces, it i will be seen that tho change made was Insignificant and that Dick Cavill only lltered the trudgeou leg drive a littlo bit. Three Varieties. TVo have now three distinct varieties sf crawl, each having decided charac teristics of its own, and two of them :ertainly did not find their origin in Australia, though , they may now be ased there. Tho earliest crawl, tho one learned from the natives of the South 5ea islands and made famous by Cavill, I Is not to be found in this country. At j tho time tho crawl was introduced here p iwimniers had only very poor descrip tions to guide ' them, and while they I thought they were imitating Auslra- Hans, they were really bringing out a new leg movement, which through a re markable pieco of good fortune proved piost efficient and as many experts believe superior to Cavill 's. This went at first as the Australian srawl. but when it was discovered later that it differed greatly from tho orig inal, the qualifying name of "Ameri can" was substituted for "Austra lian." not because of any intention to elaiin tho honor of discovery, but to ' distinguish between tho two styles. Now that outsiders arc trying to prove the name unwarranted, however, wo may as -well show that wo havo every ' right to use it. In the crawl to which we have given our name the leg drive is a small and continuous undcr-water thrash of the lower leg, absolutely independent of tho &nu action, while" in the . Australian Btroke tho legs keep time with the tarns, the lower right leg boing lifted v clear out of water to a kneeling posi- x lion and then slapped 'down hard just iis the left arm catches, the left leg being used in the same way as the right arm catches. Without going into tho merits of each variety it will be seen that tho difTerenco between the two is one of time as well as of action and surely uuito as great as between the scissor kick and the Australian crawl flrivc. IS Daniels's Stroke. ' Tho third variuty is the invention j pf our all-round champion, Charles M. Daniels, and to him goes the entire credit of having evolved it, though hundreds have since copied it and now jiwlm it. In forming it Daniels com bined tho two crawls already in uso. lip used tho Australian kick to begin with, but finding that tho slow, lone arm movement, which caino natural to him, allowed tho bod3' to lose head way and sink between strokes, he add ed a Slight thrash after each leg drive, thus using the Amorlcnn kick and mak- Lng his advanco unchecked. " There is some question as to whether Daniels's method is an improvement on tho American strolco. Not a few ex ports claim that tho lifting of the lower log out of water as done in both tho Australian and Daniels strokes cannot h hut bring tho body down hy tho feet, f destroying tho balance and so retarding ' ipeed. Tho theory is sound, and prob ably time will prove it so, but it is hard to arguu against success, and so Iqng.as Daniels is leading the field it will bo difficult to convince- racing men who are seldom theorists, that tho win ning strolco of tho present is not the best. Still, thoso who remember tho difficulty experienced in petting the lanky N"cw Yorkor to abandon the hrudgeon with which he was breaking I records, in favor of the crawl, and later I saw hjm perform wonders, may find in j It a moral lesson, i tt - is not unlikely that "Healy gained i hia impression of the American crawl ! from seeing Daniels swim in England, and that he is, therefore, excusable for hi criticism siuco Daniels really does nse a slightl.y modified Australian srawl, and not .ho American. i Tribune Want Ads. ' Bell phono 5201. Tnd. phono 360-3-18. H I SALT LAKE 8 S TURF EXCHANGE K 4R E. Second South. l) California and Eastern Races. Di- rt j rect Wire for all Sporting Event3 Li ' - , , " GREAT INTEREST li PISTOL Willi Tilbury Will Represent Eng land Against Winans for United States. Tribune Special Sporting Service. LONDON, .Tunc G. Great intorest has been aroused by the accounts of the pistol duels and revolver and rifle shooting contests which aro to be held in connection with the Olympic games and tho Shepherd's Bush exhibition, and on all sides it is boiug asked: Who is, the English champion who will como forward to oppose Mr. Walter Wiuiiun, who has declared his intention of shoot ing on behalf of the United States'.' A crack revolver shot, in tho person of Mr. S. Tilbury, of Hammersmith, is willing to take lip tho challcugo on be half of England, and to fight :i pistol duel with Mr. Winqns. Mr. Tilbury has sent a letter to tho Express, in which ho says: "Mr. Winans has slated his intention of representing tho United States. I have not vet seen tho names of tho ecu- tlcmeu who are to repreesnt England. "1 havo had tho pleasure of beating Mr. Winans for the championship ol the North London Rifle club, and would very much liko to meet him again in anv trial of skill with tho revolver. "There aro many well-known Iiisloy revolver shots, including myself, who would readily dispute Mr. Winans 'a claims to be tho revolver champion of tho world." Recognizing tho widespread interest which is being displayed in tho forth coming international pistol duels, the Express at once laid Mr. Tilbury's let ter before Mr. Winans, who lias re plied as follows: "I am glad to seo interest is re viving in revolver shooting, and that Mr. S. Tilbury desires to try to bent my world's records. ""In tho samo way Mr. Tilbury will havo to beat tho following records, made by myself, before ho can assume tho title ot revolver champion: "I. A possiblo at a traversing two inch bullseyo at twenty 3-ards. "2. A possiblo at an advancing four-inch bullsei'o from fifty yards. "3. A forty-one out of n possible forty-two in twolvo seconds at twenty yards, at a two-inch bullsoyo. "4. An eight3--lwo out of eighty four at a four-inch bullsoyo, at fifty yards. "5. Forty-two, forty ouc. thirty nino, in four successive shots at twenty rounds, at a two-inch bullsoyo. "G. A two'-inch possiblo at lwcnt3" five metres, to be shot in fifteen sec onds, using tho double-action army re-, volvcr. "I niado tho latter score in tho open air, with an American army revolver, at Gastinno Rouetto's, in Paris, on tho Gth of last month, and if Mr. Tilbury can beat this ono score I am willing, to consider him champion. "If, however. Mr. Tilbury would like to havo a friendly shoot against me, will he kindly write to M. Gasliimu Rennctlc, 39,' Avenue d'Autin, Paris, aud subscribe his name as a competitor in tho competitions which will lake place at the Anglo-French exhibition on July 13, l'l, 15 aud 1(5, next. Sonic of tho" best pistol shots in Franco will tako part in tho contests. All tho shooting, however, will bq on practical lines ranid firing, no aiming at a black bullseyo on a white target, which tho French consider is not tho way pistol championships should be decided, see ing that tho revolver is a weapon for rapid use. not deliberate aiming. "The title of Olympic champion will also be shot for with pistols, in connec tion with the Olympic games this sum mer. Mr. Tilbury and 1 can shoot against each other thoro; but I think we shall both bo beaten in the delibor ato shooting at fiftj' 3rards by at least ono Frenchman, who makes a specialty of that sort of shooting." When Mr. Tilbury was shown this letter ho at once asserted his willing ness to have a friendly shoot with Mr. Winans under any conditions. "I should not havo thought of en tering into this competition," said Mr. Tilbury, "had Mr, Winans not ex pressed his intention of shooting for tho United Stales. That made mo feel that somebody should stand up for Eng land, and, remembering that 1 had beat en Mr. Winans before, I naturally thought I ought to stand some chance." BURNS WANTS MONEY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Trlbuno Special Sporting Service. NEW YORK, June 0. Britons aro tak ing Jack Johnson's claim to tho heavy weight title seriously. On this slilo of llio Atlantic, however, a different view of things 1b taken. We must still look upon 13urna as the charrmlont even though ho has tints far refused to mecet the negro, Johnson hurled challenge after challenpo at Jeffries, but the latter always refunod to recognize tho negro. But we novcr permitted Johnson to claim a champion ship because Jeffries drew the color line. Burns bus not refused to fight John sou. It Is admitted that be Is asking too much when he demands ?30,000, win, loao or draw. Still, Johnson, If bo Is sincere, will bo willing to accept a paltry S6000 for an opportunity to get at Burns. Thoro Is mora truth than Jlctlon In the report that Burns fears Johnson. If bo con sidered the negro expert an easy mark be would not demand a fortune to enter tho ring. Burns probably llguros that his title will bo In danger If be takes on Johnson, and If beaten he would no long er bo a money-making proposition, and If bn Is to bo beaten ho wants to mako a big clean-up and be comfortable for the rest of bis days. WORK STARTS ON THE VANDERBILT COURSE Tribune Special Sporting Service. NEW YORK, Juno C Construction work on the Long Island Motor Parkway began at Central Park, L. L, today. "W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., president of tho Park way company, turned the first spadeful of earth marking tho beginning of con struction. Supplies have been distributed along the entire western portion of the parkway to facilitate the work, and It Is expected by October 1. at least, fifteen miles of the now roadway will be lln Ished. Tho construction will not stop at fifteen miles, the contracts let calling for tho completion of as much of elxty miles of the road as Is possible. What that means to tho plans of the Vander bilt cup commission is the selection of tho course for the Vanderbilt cup race In October and can bo generally appreci ated. It practically assures the holding of the cup race on Ixmg Island. Trlbuno Want Ads. JBell phone 520.1. Ind. phono 3G0-343. FAVORITE IN BASKETBALL LEAGUE 1 Tho abovo DasketbaTT team from the Liowell school was tho favorite among fno girls' teams for tho oity i .nmpionship, but was defeated in tho last gamo by tho Lincoln girls, by tho close score of 11 to 10. It was an unlooked-for victory, as tho winners had boon defeated, while tho Lowells had not IohI a game. Tho members of tho team, reading from left to right, aro: Mary Hunter, May Hardy, Agnes Pringle, Lillian Hill, Ruth Woolloy, Emma Beebo and Pans' Piorce. TALBOT WILL MAKE CHAMPION ATHLETE Tribune Special Sporting Scrvlco. NEW YORK. Juno 0. Tho first sur prise of the Olympic tryouts camo last Tuesday night, when Loo J. Talbolt of Cornell, the giant weight thrower of tho Irlsb-Amorlcan Athletic club, captured the heavyweight wrestling bout. Until a few days before the bout few followers of athletics were of the belief that tho field athlete even contemplated making a bid for wrestling honors. With scarcely any training In wrest ling, Talbott hurried from his studios at Ithaca and arrived In this city to try bis band at tho grappling game. Ho was without the necessary wrestling togs and was compelled to compete In a pair of running togs, which bo borrowed from one of bis club mates. Although be did not succeed In throwing bis opponents, bo so far outclassed them that at tho expiration of tho time limit ho was awarded the docislon. Those who saw him compete declared that with a month's training Talbott would develop Into ono of tho greatest amateur heavyweight wrestlers In the country. Whllo Talbott's victory practically as sures him of making the Olympic team. ! wrestling is not the only event In which he Is likely to win points. In hammer throwing, hurling the discus, and putting the shot, there are few men In the coun try bis superior. With the. discus he ranks second In the East to Martin Sheri dan, and throwing tho hammer he Is tho man John Flanagan and Malt Mc Gratli. the champions, fear most. Whllo talking about the weight throw ers recently John Flanagan snld: "I really think Talbott Is tbo coming chain-, plon; hi fact, ho is within striking dis tance of tho best men In the country today. He is young and powerfully built and Is Improving every day. Whllo McCirath and myself might bent him this year, and perhaps next, there Is no doubt in my mind that within two years the boy will defeat us." While Flanagan Is In excellent condi tion and will in all probability make tbo Olympic team, tbero Is great doubts ns to whether MeGrath will accompany the team. His kneo Is in bad shape, and beouuso of the pain from it he has been able to do little or no training. With MeGrath out Talbott Is likely to win sec ond plaeo -with the wolglits In tbo try outs und score points for America In tho Olympic games. Yalo Socker Schedule. Trlbuno Special Sporting Service. NEW HAVEN, Juno C Tho manager of tho Yalo socker football team sur prised tho university by announcing tho schedule for next spring. It Is ns fol lows: March' 13, Columbia, at South Field; March 20, Harvard, at Now Ha ven; March 27. Pennsylvania, at Phila delphia; April 7. Cornell, at New Haven; April 10, Haverford. at Havcrfo rd . IEIM ILL HE - BlliJS COIN Will Box Gnus in Order to Secure Loser's End of Big Purse. REFUSES 5(15000 SIDE BET WITH CHAMPION' GanS Wanted to Box, Winner Take All; Pifflit May Go Fifteen Rounds, Tribune Special Sporting Service. SAN FKANCISCO, Juno C -After much argument and after many months of challenging and posting' of side bots, taking thorn down and repeating them, Joo Onus and Uattling Nelson finally camo to an understanding last week, when articles of agreement were for mally signed by Ecu Sclig and Willis Jiritt, tho representatives of tho two fighters, .litnmy ('ofl'roth has secured the match, which will be a furty-fivc-round affair at the Mission street arena, and will be held on tho after noon of duly -i. The fighters arc to receive 70 per cent of the gate receipts and the purse is to be split on a GO and '10 per cent basis. There will be no side bet and there; will bo no wrang ling over tho rcfcn:e. as .lack Walsh has already been agreed uqon as tho ring official. John Clark was named as stakeholder aud each of tho fighters is to post $2500 in his hands to clinch tho contract, while Coffroth is to de posit $1000. It is the general opinion in sporting circles hero that this will be a regular slaughtering match and that Nelson will receive tho most unmerciful drub bing of his entire career, and this is I GRADE SCHOOL CHAMPIONS . 1 The Lowell bnsketball toam won the city grade school championship with a perfect Bcore, not losing one game during the entire season. William Brad ford, tho principal of the Lowell school, takes great prido in ihe team, and is standing at tho right of his champions, lending from tho left the members are: A. Eddie, Willard Kimball, Victor Axlou, C. TIawIcy, the captain, Ger ald Thomas, tho manager. saying a great deal when one- sums up the terrible beatings the Dane has tak en since he first entered the ring. Human Punching Bag. Evcrj'body who was at Goldfield re calls how tho champion battered aud thumped Nelson all over tho ring, since which timo he has been nothing but a punching bag for all comers. At Los Angeles Jimmy Britt and Boer Un holz whipped him. and then Abe Attell, who is ten pounds lighter, made him look liko a novice at tho Coliseum. "How can ho then bo expected to do feat tho greatest lightweight in tho profession''' is the question that is puzzling tho sports. The Attell-Gans match was deemed one-sided, despite tho remarkablo cleverness of the He brew, eo if Attell is not looked upon as a suitable opponent for the colored boxer, why should Nelson be considered a lit opponent? The fact that it is to bo a forty-livc-round battle does not improve Nelson's chances a particle, be cause in their present condition Gans should bo able to knock him out inside of fifteen rounds. Nelson himself is far from conlidout and is only trying to pick tip tho loser's end. This is" shown by his refusal to allow the winner to take 7o per cent of the lighters' sharo of the receipts and his backing down on the $5000 sido bet. The llegowisch lad knows ho is in for a trimming, but is willing to take it in order to add a littlo more coin to his bank roll. KEENE AND WHITNEY COLORS IN EVIDENCE Tribune Special Sporting Service. NEW YORK. June C Judging by tbo form displayed by the entries of the two stables tnis spring, the Keone and Whit ney i-olora will bo nccn qulto frequently In f : on t In the big stakes ;uid handicaps during the .summer. Already horsemen are beginning to talk of tho Itowe-Joy-ner-Dugan-'Notter combination. While there is no nlllanco between this quartette to Job other owners and gather In all tho classics, they aro in a position to mrtko many an owner scratch when he acans tho card on the day of a race he expects to start a horse. The truth Is that most or the stars In tho two and three-year and older di visions aro stabled in the Keene and Whitney barns. There are no two train ors on tbo American turf who can prcparo a horso for a race any better than Joy ncr or Dowc, and Notter und Dugan are in a clnss by themselves as Jockeys. Tho Keene stable Is not as well repre sented In the two-yoar-old division as It was hist season, yet with Casque, Mos lem tc. Selectman, Turncoat and several which have not yet boon shown in public Howe hopes to capluro his sharo of tbo stakes for youngsters. It Is with tho three-year-olds and the older division whero tbo Keeno colors will win honors. Tho Whitney barn Is said to harbor a more glassy lot of youngsters than any other stable in tho East, although none of those which have gono to tho post havo shown themselves to bo wonders. Sund plper won a nice raco recently In a bandy manner, but a filly by Hamburg, Irish Reel, and another lllly by Hamburg Elu sive are said to bo the ,pljk of tho Whit ney string. With Broolcdalo Nymph, Baby Wolf. Sinmina, I3ar None, Royal Tourist. Adrlanna and Jersoy JJghtning, Jack Joynur will reap many a valuable stake. MlUloualro Golf Olub. Trlbuno Special Sporting Service. NEW YORK, Juno The million aires' golf course, near Sblnnccock Hills. Long Island, C. B. Macdonald's pet scheme, Is gradually assuming attractive linos. Articles of Incorporation aro also being drawn up, and tho organization w'll b" lenown ns the National Golf club of America. The directors aro as fol lows: Washington B. Thomas of Boston. James Ueerlng, Chicago; Robert Lincoln, Chicago. II. M. Atkinson. Atlanta; W. D. Sloan, Iicnox; J. M. Bawors. David Chauncey and Charles B. Macdonald of Now York. Tho number of founders has been lim ited to seventy and there are already sixty. There Is an associate membership, calling for an Initiation fee of 100 and a year dues, but when a person joins and pays his membership fee he will not be called dpon for dues If bo does not play there during tho year. Tribune Want Ads. Bell phone 5201. Ind. phono 360-34S. Orrin Powell's Nerve Tablets L'omblno tho virtues - of Sexlno, Damlana Wafer3 and Go.it , VAv - L'mph In one. and r", .'AiA eh for $1.00 a box. a ' "da 1 for ?5' UaM orders kt -7J3v? ) promptly attended. mW'&AM I 1)01,11 DruK Co., dls trlbjtera, 333 Main fyf und the poatofrtco hi ' eTv. next door south. I V . l-iia City. ) GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS START OH JME 18 Will Be Played in St. Louis Un der Western Golf Associa tion Auspices. Tribune Special Sporting Service. ST. LOUIS, June 6. The open golf competition, under tho auspices of tho Western Golf association, will bo played on tho courso of tho Normandic Golf club, in this city, Thursday and Fri day, Juno 18 and 10, when tho l'ol low ing prizes -will bo competed for, under tho rules of tho United States Golf asaocialion: First prize, $200; second prize, $150; third prize, $75; fourth prize. $50; fifth prize, $25. A gold modal, emblematic of tho Western open championship, will be awarded tbo play er maltinpr the lowest scoro for any round of eighteen holos during tho com petition. In tho event of an amateur winning nny of tho above prizes, there will bo awarded him plato to tho amount of tho prize. - The competition wil bo.nt soventy-two holes, medal play; thirty-six holes on Thursday, June 18, aud thirty-six holes ou Friday, Juno 19. AH entries, accompanied by the en trance fee of $5 each, must be in the hands of the secretary of the associa tion not later than b' p. m., Monday, June 15. Professional contestants may make their entries directly to tho sec retar3r of tho association. Amateur contestants must enter directly to the secretary of their respective clubs. All entries aro subject to the approval of tho board of directors. Any person paying his cntranco feo will bo consid ered thereby to have submitted him unt in -Mm rnlA3 of flip association, both as to restrictions enjoined and penal tics imposed. On theso conditions alono will ho bo entitled to enjoy tho privi leges of the association competition. All disputes must be referred to tho tournament committee of tho associa tion, and their decision shall bo final. Tho directors especially call tho at tention of tho contestants to tho fact that the score cards must Joo correct and in strict accordance with special rules for stroke competition, as an nounced in the rules of tho United States Golf association. Any contes tant not complying strictly with tho regulations of these rules will bo promptly disqualified. Scorers should acquaint themselves thoroughly with these rules before tho round, for which they aro to score, is started. Tho time of starting tho various competitors and their pairing will bo posted to the club house twenty-four hours previous to tho events. All contestants who aro not at the first teeing-ground within thirty minutes after their names havo been called will be disqualified'. The privi leges of the grounds aro extended to contestants for ono week prior to the tournament. HARVARD WILL NOT ABOLISH WINTER SPORTS Tribuno-Spccial Sporting Servlco. CAMBRIDGE, June 6. Tho Harvard athletic committee has voted not to abol ish winter sport entirely, as had been proposed earlier in the year, and has also decided t6 co-opcrato with an un dergraduate council, plans of whloh wero prosentcd by a commltteo of undergradu ates appointed by the four class presi dents. This vote, which will do much to relieve the suspense of the undergradu ates regarding the fate of winter sports, was as follows- "That In the opinion of this commltteo it Is not desirable to abolish Intercollegiate contests from the dale of the final football gamo until tho spring recess."' The vote as to the now undergraduate council was as follows: "That this committee approves the plans for a student council as presented by the undergraduate representatives ap pointed by tho four class presidents and that If this plan Is accepted by the un dergraduates the committee warmly wel comes the co-operation of tho council." ANCHOR LINE Glasgow via Londonderry Furncssla. June 13. California, June 2o, Columbia, July I. 2 p. m SALOON, S6Z50, $67.50 AND $72.50. SECOND CABIN, $42.50 AND $45. THIRD CLASS, $27.50 AND $28.75. For book of tours and Information, ap ply to HENDERSON' BROTHERS. 21 to 23 Sherman St.. Chicago. "The Hand-Glass" most favorod by tho fashionable gentle man of today is tho one that contains a High Ball mado of good pure Liquor, fliven a good Whiskey, and there is no better than ours in this town; there can bo no more appetizing, satisfying, and cheering drink than the modern High Ball. We earnestly recommend our lines of high-grado Liquors and Wines to every family who make a point of hav ing 7 'the best procurable. " I Family Liquor Souse, 77-79 W. First South. Salt Lfcke Oity. Bell 1629; Ind. 1685. J 3 SFto Thoso suffering from wenlr- Vcjp nesses which sat) tho pleasures Hi B of life should take Juven Pills. Ono bor will toll a story of marvolous results. This medleino has more rejuvenating, vitalizing force than has over before bocn offered. Sent post-paid in plain piicknee only on rocelpt of this ndv. and SI. Mado by its originators C. I.Hood Co.. pro prietors Hofxl's Snrsaparilhu Lowell. Was& README IKE',- P DRAWING BIG ENli if 124 Horses Have Already KQ1 aen tered for $50,000 Handi- f, I cap Hace, TROTTERS AND PACERS f " Bg SI ARE ELIGIBLE UNDER 2:1 I )M First Prize Is Thirty Thousand ys t Dollars, There Being Six from Moneys. Tribune Special Sporting Service. atii!3 s-' NEW YORK, Juno 0. Tho reportljcaD from Boston that 124- horses are entoreJwSs in tho $50,000 Readville handicap 1 most interesting news for, trntnj aonth horsemen. fadi Outside of colt stakes thi3 is tjuBiM t6c largest number of horses named nf Lain e single race, and is surely the most ai propnato for tho largest purso ever 6 f ered for one race running or trottii lit 'WCD When tho New England Trotti Jijam Horso Breeders' association announi jaaci this magnificent stake for a dash ri Lied, su nothing of a definite nature was gtvj tmts, out as to what percentage of ibe pur ire b tho donors expected from tho nomin ,l iraj tors in order to mako tho event a m a, 0l tl yet, judging from private reports, hora w bv w men wero given to understand that-T Ms they subscribed half of tho amounts 3 ud I entrance fees the other half will 1 (j Gii mado good by Colonel John 11. Thayc: jfi fieui who is understood to bo backing tii S IS' event individually for the benefit o tL,,i tho sport. 'En According to tho conditions of tli , stake, theso 12-1 nominators alread "tnT j havo paid almost 25 per cent of tli purso. or $12,400. The second paymfii of $100 on each entry falls dne on Jtm . .w, 15, and the third payment of the sam amount is duo on July 12. T ?wD', During that period all of the enfrii Et" f, will bo in training, and if any be di . clared out of tho stake it will be merel r"" on account of accident. It ia then 5-' foro a fair estimate that at least 10 01 horses will bo kept eligible up to tK fl.ljC last or fourth payment, $ f.l At this rato the total amount o entrance fees will foot up to not lea fccer ( than $35,000. All tho horses left eh1 rcRicr gible to tho stake will be handicappoi itton u.y t-iiicu UJ. mo ueai e.xpuri on 11113 VHSfor 18, or four days before tho fourth am ,? nnn last payment of $200 will bo due. ffi Waiting for Handicappcrs. fchrdle i It now looks almost certain that fei the wiH bo declared out until the final di a.nt the cisions of tho handicappcrs are mai 52-5 to public, as,, according to tho conditio! iftitl'n of tho race, tho cligibles will not onl ftxtiii I bo handicapped ns per their record i ifciinO tho timo the first entries wero close vim ( but according to their showing uuriii tailing tho racing season up to August 18. i lilt even Four days before tho last paymeij mtet in falls duo, therefore, owners will have, zsm 1 correct idea as to what point their el izit enl giblcs will bo assigned. Sonio of ti ; TTtsh, t horses entered in tho big race will ie iwrisii their engagements nt Detroit, Kalami jn'oecn zoo and Buffalo, and their Bhowing a tj car theso mootings will bo considered h the tho handicappers. Somo entries whia aro nominated now with a viow thij a cf the they will, according to their presei r records, constitute the front tiers, mlgl iu t be set in the rear lot with such hom aioW as aro now expected to bo behind ih '. , ! middlo tiers. $ Tho groat majority of the trottei v i t 5 entered in tho event will hot be starts 1'h tn in other races and will be saved U 8iJ.: that ono race, as, naturally, own3 "j. would not caro to show the speed qoal '?n, u tics of their eligibles to such an eitei Fyv n as to gh'o tho handicappcrs a line oi e them. iTor this reason it is more tli ;.! Ame likelv that tho bulk of tho ontries yd .SaP u 1 ,1 j: i n.: Hi' nn marks and owners will risk tho last paw Ties me" Mia 1093 The names of tho horses entered vflij mvjI1( not yet auuounccd, but it is certam w , the very best trotters of tho countrjjfv which arc in racing form, and. as 'yjlron porcontago of tho cntranco fee 3.j7f v; insignificant compared with the of the slake, the bulk of the orijnwfcj5-;-w nominatros will stay in, at least to J last payment. ..ffliJ,;' J Tho stake will bo divided among W K first six horses, at tho rato of $30,00l-c $10,000, $5000, $2500, $1500 and $10lnenc Malone Billiard Academy. EffJ' thing first-class. Atlas block, 81 fficm Second South. MaS Scoffs Santal-Pepsin Gaping jg& A positive -cuw4 ;i ffV . J Sidneys. No cure ibo WtTtyic ; ffSSSf Cures quickly aud rtjj5r j. , M L- B Gonorrhoea diSi rtWK S- W Ma..P?v H mntter ot how lonff "fSJiia I'. IriJST Sk Absolutely hannlMj . j ifTTf. Bofd by druCgfts. 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