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:"''. BffWXOTS. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING," JUNE 8, 1913. ' ',.
HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT ilSli ' ; By Tad K's Team at Last Wins Ke Before Home Audience pfcoungeil by His Rg)n Rooters, Leads Mbtsdtr's Bsiilts. ' BlVfolcago, 2. K&vtlaitf. 0- Called cnd 0 Btf'iuaunt of rain. Knf Won. Loit. P.C fe-L 3 1! EIi...f. 3 M1 Hsl.. jo -J?: El. IT 31 .351 KfV-rV 10 : Bngv Juue Tt Frank Chance B'.Mil New York Aulcr Ejrii lum win Its first KLrtW The big crowd Htiad ttitneJied a brilliant mmm locals and the Chicago Kad lid outvcalted a thund dtfclted Oie fame for three ntlsur. rose as one man and mmm Jr&tqauglis hit In the Wit&r with the run which HJcHlal victory of the lo i! rounds' after seventeen mmpt-Ste score war? 3 to 2. uM'ihh fought a notable k tu l draw at the end of ris vhlcb Inning thn home 'tetany tallying twice. MIMfW'J-1 1,Intn- Welder Wmnd'on JItdkirT's tacrl Mpe)dnpiugh'a timely Hwi; day" at the grounds nthfl young' pitcher's M.lrpm 'Bridgeport, Conn., B,'iteOMpanlcd by a band. wMat;vUli a floral horse -HRiVinlrcr tat and a dla- PiT-0. - i , AB.R.H.O.A. tUtfiiiteU. zl.Z 0 2 2 0 -faRl!!!?1""4' p o o o o o aBiMl!ilw- tl- 0 3 1 0 IIKIiVCKBWas. ib... o on 2 J'V?,KC;m. if j oooo lMUtmv, c.i 0 1 7 1 I.M i ml(f. 3b.3 0 0 3 1 ' pir.k Feik'kh. .. 1113 ''" ii'l SM,Ia' P-i 0 0 0 4 ryi. Cel, rL.l 0 10 0 -uV ( , I tow tduii i .30 a 7 n u Jtiikt'rafl its jeered, .-...j o o o o o i i o-: p '"'-O 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 13 sfe'viTWl Two-Use T fclU-Bodle nfl Mldklff. 2.01-Urf. Doable pIsy-Bor-P-iS " tll-Off Ford, l: Lj5? -Br Katlnr. 7: by ffe,!. 7 In olght inalrw C.rLiP- T,ne Qt Ktmo-t I m MAKE fttSTRAIGHT tKkW 3m -Phllodel-Mji 7Mth conuccutlve vie JWtog 6L Louis, 10 to jBHfliri batted Baumgard. HSu& ?,ou"?' Wellman. tW. W01 decked H&'&IS ht, ""PPntcd 55SS HKt h-fv,?1tro one KTVi 1 Hit br ens WIN OUT 1 CLOSING INKS Use Five Pitchers and Defeat Cardinals After Great Rally. , -. i' Yesterday's Results. National Lreapiic: Plttfiburg, 0; Philadelphia. 6. SL Touls, S; New York, 0. Chicago. 0; Boston, C. CIncInnatl-Broolclyn game postponed; rain. "Won. Ixsit. P.O. PhlltJlphlft 35 -13 .864 New York S3 17 .675 Brooklyn 23 JS ,BG0 Chicago 13 22 .Ml PltUburc 23 K ii&0 SL Loul ,20 2fi .4(4 Boston 11 -4 .400 Cincinnati 4 17 28 ,3TS ST. LOUIS. June 7. Although St Louis forced New York to use live pitch ers, the visitors won a "sae-saw" gamo today, ft to 8. Kuv York 3tarlod the scoring in tho second whan, threo singles and a pass netted two runs, but St. Louis took the lead In the third with five runs, made on two triples, two alnglcE and two errors. The game was St, Louis's up to the eighth Inning, -when two elngles. two doublca and a triple gave New York four runs and the game. Score: I st. Louis-Nirsv vonic. ST. LOUIS. I NEW YOUK. AB.R.H.O.A. AB.R.H.O.A. HtiKcIn. 2li,5 1 2 2 3 Burna. K....4 2 2 2 1 Oikng. cf. .4 1 2 5 0 Shafcr. 2b. ..4 2 8 0 4 Cittcra. rf.2 0 0 0 1 Fletnber, w.8 0 S 2 2 SHcjk'd. rt.2 0 0 2 0 Doyle, 2b... 4 10 3 2 Mowrcj-. 3U.4 2 2 1 5 Mcrklo. lb.. .5 117 0 Kon'chy, lb.4 1 1 D 0 Murrar. rf..o t 2 S 0 Masoo. If.. .4 0 1 4 0 Myors. C....4 0 19 2 O'Lcary, r,3 3 1 !! 6 Snod's. cf...4 0 3 3 0 M'Iean, 0..4 1 0 0 Maro'd, p...l 0 0 0 1 Harmon, p. .3 0 1 0 0 Fromme, p..O 0 0 0 0 Uurk, p..,.0 0 0 1 0 DeraarMJ, p.O 0 0 0 0 Iivani ....1 0 0 0 0 Crnnd&ll, p..l 110 0 Mntbew'n, p.0"0 O 0 0 tM'Cona'k .1 0 0 0 0 liOrant I 1 0 0 0 l"HcrrOK . i.O 0 0 0 0 ToUlt ..20 8 10 37 ISl Totalg ...33 8 1G 27 12 Batted tor Burk In tho ninth, tBstted for PTommo In tho fourth. tBnttcd for Doraanse In the soventb, Ran for Candll in tho eighth. Score by Innlnce Now Tork 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 4 09 St. LouU 0 OB105 0 0 08 Summary: Errors Doyle, Murray, Myors. Tio base hit Burn, Snodicrnza, Mowroy, Mskoo, Flctetcr, llurmy, Shafor. Throo-haao hit O Lenry. Motvrey, Harmon. Flotchor, Konotchy. Hits Off Manjunrd. 4 In two and two-thirds in nlniji: off Frome. nono In ono-thlnl of an In- nlnir: off Dbmirun. 4 In Lhrm Innlnr.- n't Hran. dall, ono iu ono Innlup: off Mathewvon. ono In two Innings; off Harmon. 13 In ooven nnd ono tlilrU Innlnsa; off Burk. 3 In ono nnd two-thirds lnnlnqn. Sicrlflco hit Oakcs. Stolon base Bums. Doublo play O'Lcary and Konetohy. Ba on batlo Off Uarnion, 4; off Dfimarne, 1; off Crau dall. 1. Struck out By Marquurd, 2; by Cran dall, lj by MattbOwr.on. ti by Dumarco. 2, TJrno of sams 2 hour 15 mlmtlM. Umplrna Klem and Orth. TYLER'S WILDNfiSS COSTS CLUB VICTORY CHICAGO. June 7. Tyler's wildncflB In the fifth Inning enabled Chicago to even up the scries with 33oston today, the locals -winning, 3. to G. with tho bases full and none out In tho fifth, Tyler at tempted a doublo, play, but threw -wild to the plate and two runs scorcfl. A mo ment lator Leach batted out a homo run, which enabled tho locals to make a total oi flvo runs. In the Hoventli two trlplcG and Seymour's mutt of a fly ball f?avo tho locals two more and a base on balls and a homer netted two more. Iteulbach started for Chicago and was 80 -wild that the visitors Bcored four runs In the first Inning. After -Boston had Dcored another run in thn second, Keul fcach -was replaced by Lelfleld, -who gave tho box In four innings and TSngel was hit freely, Detroit maklngr one or morn hits in oach Inning. Dauns pitched gilt edged ball for Detroit. The sobre: DETnorT-WABniNQTON. DETROIT. J WASHINGTON. AB.B.H.O.A. AB.R.H.O.A. Buah. t....4 a 2 3 4Moelor, rf.. 0 0 11 VJtt. tb....3 3 S a llMUan. cf...,4 13 3 0 loudn, tb.A lloo Morgan. Sb..2 0 0 3 3 CnWd. rr..B 1 3 S 1 Oaadll. lb. ..4 0 3 10 a Cobb, ot.,,K 0 2 1 0 Laport. 8b,. 3 0 0 3 1 VeMU. If.. .4 1110 Blwinfca, U.,.8 0 0 3 0 Hlch, lf.,..0 1 0 0 0 C'Alvo. U....1 0 0 0 0 Gftlner, Jh..4 1 0 R 0 M'Brld aa..3 0 0 4 4 MorMy, 3h.3 0 10 1 Jlonrr. c...,S 0 0 a 4 ircKo. o...4 l 3 7 3 Clrogm. p,.,o o 0 0 .1 Dauia, p.,,c 113 2 Hnrel, P 2 0 0 0 S ToUla ..87 U It 27 ii ToUU ...28 1 4 27 20 ' Boom by innlnrJi . DttroU ., , ,,,1 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 S 11 V.'aahlnctou 1 000000001 Summary: Error Shank. Two-baaa htt Bush. Moriorty, Vltt. Homo run Buih, Crawford. Illtii Off Groom, 10 in four lnnlo; off EdJ4 6 la iIyc innJnm. Stolon bags Morjarty, louden. Doublo play McBrlda, Morgan and Onudll. Bum on balls Off Dansi, t: off Ornom, 2; off Ensol. - Hit by pltchor By Encol (VeaoK and Morlarty). wtruek out By Dauw, i br Oroom, 2. Tim of, EamfJ hour ,67 uiinute.i. Umplros O'LoucuIoa aoi Hlldebrand. Pofltponod Gamoa, Brooklyn-Cincinnati game postponed r rata. CI ov aland, 0; Boston, L Gsjna called Qd oX Ant, iitdi ot Hint, lnalngi rain. ROBERT FINLEY, cham pion Australian pace follow er, who is to be matched against Wilcox, Pye and oth er fast pace followers at lo cal track. way to Richie and when tho visitors started a rally in the ninth, Cheney -was called to tho rescue. Tho scoro:- BOSTON-UHICACO. BOSTON. 1 CHICAOO. AB.R.H.O.A.! AB.R.H.O.A. Hanurr.. M.4 1 2 I 2jf.cach. cf....B 2 2 S 0 Myorc. lb.. 4 2 I 11 0?holan. 2b. .4 1 1 1 1 Con'ly. If.. 2 0 1 0 0 jclullle. rf..4 0 1 3 0 Lord, if... -3 0 0 1 Olflm'n, 3b. ...4 0 0 2 S M'Don'd. !b.3 1 0 2 01 Jalcr. lb 3 1 0 C 0 Vitus. ri....6 1 2 0 ol Mitchell, lf.4 1 2 B 0 Berm'r, tr.3 0 0 4 OlBrldwMI. s.l 0 0 2 0 Devlin. 2b.. 3 10 1 3i;orrldon. as. 3 2 110 Whallnjr. c.4 0 2 4 ClBrean'n, C..1 J 0 3 1 Vyler. p.. ..4 0 1 0 3)R!chIo. p.. ..2 0 10 0 I Cheney. P...0 0 0 0 0 I Ruelbacb, p.O 0 0 0 0 lUlflold, P..1 0 0 0 2 lTchor. C....3 10 3 0 Totale ..-iHl 24 lol Totals ...34 g BH 8 nSs? 0 ; 5 Chicago O 0 0 B 0 - 3 3 Summary: Errors-McDonald, Seymour, Trior. Pfaelan. Zlmmorraad. Mitchell. Three-base , liJta Mltcholl, Loach. Homo runs Lweh. Corrlden. illt Off Ruolbnob. 4 In ono and ono-thlrd in nlnga: off Lelfleld, 1 In throo and two-thlrtta ln l nla off Rlchlo. 4 In tbroo Innlnss (none , out i ninth)- off Cheney, nono lu on Innlnn. Acrlflce hlt-McDold. Sacriflco fly-McDon-nld Stolen baiO-Mycra. Double play-AVhallnff to McDonald. Do on halls-Off Ruelbach. 3; r nirhlc i- off Tyler. 2. Hit by pltchcr-By Ty!e?,mrnaha0n). Struck outr Ruolbaoh, l: i,r TiriMd 2- by Tyler. 5: by Richie, l, oy Cheney 1.' Time ot gime-l hour W minutes. Omplrea-RlBlcr and Byron. RECRUIT TWIRLBR BLANKS PITTSBURG PITTSBURG, Juno 7. Mayer held Pittsburg to throe hits today and Phila delphia shut out tho localB, 6 to 0. Cam nitz -was hit for four runs in tho flrs-t inning and then guvq way to O'Toolo, Who pitched splendid ball. The score: PHILADELPHIA-PITTSBIIRO. PHILADELPHIA. PITT3BU RO AB.R.H.O.A. . AP'?,1I',A: v.r ef .C 2 2 2 0 Booc, cf 1 0 0 0 0 KWboV Sb'.lS 0 2 4 1 Menr,or. cf...3 0 0 8 1 Lobort, 2b.. 8 0 0 2 2 Carey. If.. ..4 0 16 1 Macee. U...3 t 0 S 0 V or, lb 3 0 0 a 1 Sh 1 a 1 0 Wiener, e,.4 0 0 3 a Si lb 4 2 3 7 1 MIlTor. lb-3 0 0 B 0 Doolan. .a..4 0 2 2 3 Wlleon. rf...3 0 0 2 0 Dnoln. o....fl 0 0, 6 0 Byrno. 8b.. ..3 0 0 1 0 Mayer. P ..4 0 113 M'Carfy. 3b.l 0 0 0 0 ' Simon. C....2 0 1 B 1 Canmltt. p.,o o 0 0 l O'Toole, p..l oooo I Hyatt 1 0 1 0 0, I Ferry, P....0 0 0 0 0 Totale ...28 0 3 27 8 Batted for O'Toolo In tho eighth. Score by Innlnjrf Philadelphia J pttUburs , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Summary: Error Vlor. Two-baso bits Becker, LufleniB (3), Mayor, Simon. Hyatt. Threo-baao hltJ-Beeltar, Oravath. Suerlflco file Lobort. Dooln. Sacrifice bunt O'Toolo. Stolen bnao Knabo. Hits Off Camnlti. 4 In one Innlnc; off 0'Trxlo, C In ooven Innlns: off Kerry. 2 In ono InnlnK. Bssen on balli Off Marr, 5; off Cam nlti 1. Hit br pitcher By Mayor (Mllloi). Blru'cl: out By Mayor. 4: by O'Toole. S: br Kerry, 1. Doublo playe Miyer, Doolnn and Luderus: Carey and Vlo. Time of fume 1 hour 37 min utes, Umpire O'Day nnd Emalle. To Inventory McOarty's Effocts. SPRINGFTELP, Mo., Juno 7, An In ventory of tho estate of Luthor McCarty, tho lieav'Welght pusillt who died from thn effects of a blow in a fight with Arthur Polky, will Tjo made hor Mon day. An effort will bo made noxt we&c to settle ttiat part of. tho estate hero, MeCnrty'8 personal belongings will too taken west, probably to Loh Angeles, whoro It is thought a higher price can bo obtained for thorn. Athletics Get Brown Pitchor. PROVIDENCE. XL L, June 7, -Walter H". Snell, captain and catcher of , tho Brown university baseball team, signed today with tho Philadelphia club of the American league. Ho will report during the Weolc During his four years at jBtottxv Bxwii Jma bjilJtoilSflc WILCOX GOES AFTER TIME MAI TONIGHT Will Attempt to Lower Hardy Downing's Record of 1:15.2-5 for Mile. Announcing as the feature event of his curd of bicycle races at tho Majestic saucer tonight a speed exhibition that should prove one of the biggest drawing enrds of tho entire season Manager Harry Jfcagron has Issued his list of events for the fifth meet of tho summer. Tho world's mile record for a bloycle rider on a saucer track, motor paced, is hold by Hardy Downing of Salt Luke, and the time Ib 1;1K2-o. This is the rec ord Downing made at tho saucer track here about four years ago, and it still Stands as the fastest mllo ever rlddon on a bicycle on a saucer track In this coun try or Europe. 'Wllcov, tho popular Salt Lake boy, who has made so groat a success of paco fol lowing is going out tonight after Down Ing's record. There In every chance that he will efpial if not ibreak It. Not in many seasons has a feature been announced for the local suircer so Inter esting from every standpoint as an ef fort which Wilcox will mako tonight. The bets are heavy atA many that Wilcox will succeed. Wilcox Riding Well. Certainly the Salt Lake rider never rodo before as he has been riding so fur this season, and with Whlttler In front of him oii a fast motor ho will have tho advan tage of being paced by a man who knows tho value of minutes and seconds on a saucer track as few other racers In the country do. Whlttler's track goneralshlp alono should be worth anywhere from two to five seconds in such a race as Wil cox will ride, and with a flying start for the mile there aro thousands of fans who will not bo surprised if Wilcox brings home the "bacon. Hcagrcn hue arranged a great drawing card Jn tho event, In nny case. A man going a mile In 1:1a behind a pace at the saucer comes about as close to looping tho loop as any circus per former over gets, and tho ovent should bo thrilling enough to suit tho most blase among tho fans. Other Events Carded. With this as the headllner, HeagTen has arranged a five-mile open lap event for tho professionals, In which every man on the list is entered. With DeMaru. Pye Walker, Hchlr and Thomas fighting every inch, of every race, thoy have boon ontcrod since the season opened, and al strong contenders In the professional evonts, the flvo-mllo open lap should nrove a great race. Tho half-mllo handi cap professional is duo to brlnff out some surprises tonight. DeMara is one of tho best sprint artists in the business, and with Crebs and Lloyd Thomas riding in their best form, the half-mllo men will havo something to do tonight. Tho amateurs will havo a pursuit race and a two-mile lap handicap to work with, and with the feeling of track rivalry that prevails among tiio amateurs, almost anything can be looked for. So far this season Hengron has handled some of tho biggest crowds tho blko rac ing game has had in Salt Lake for many years? Tho season reservations for scats ire steadily creeping up and every indica tion points to a. record year -for the Ma Jostlo saucer. College Baseball PRINCETON, Juno 7.A raJnBtorni ended tho Prlncoton-Yalo baseball game today in tho sixth inning, with the score 0 to 0. Yale had a man on second wltn only one out when tho storm broke. As Yale won tho first game ot the se ries at No wllaven last Saturday. Prince ton's failure to win today would have given Yale tho series, but the ale play ers decided to play off the, tio Monday. The gamo was preceded by the annual alumni parade, In which nearly 5000, Princeton graduates took part. At Cambridge. Mass, Harvard-Brown called off: rain. At West Point Army. 10; Syracuse 4. BIG LEAGUE HITTERS IN REGULAR STRIDE CHICAGO, June 7. Ty Cobb of the Detroit Americans has Increased his bat ting average to .-150 at)d retains the title of premier of both major leagues, accord ing to unofficial figures given out today, Joe Jackson of Cleveland Is second in the American league with, an average of i .439. While IJddle Collins of Philadelphia In third. wltU ,387, and Trls Speakur of Boston Is fourth, with .3S1. Ninoteon players aro batting over the .300. mark, Jn the National league eighteen ploy or3 are batting over the .S00 mark, with C. MncDonald of Boston loading, with a malic of .-150. Cravath of Philadelphia is sooorid, with .411: Wagner of Pittsburg is third, with .3G2, and Hyatt, Plttsburff, fourth, with .380. Heavyweights MatclierL SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 7. Jess Wll Iard, the mountainous white hope, was matched today to box four rounds on Juno 117 wjth Charlie Miller, a San Fran cisco heavyvelght. Miller wns hammered into submission by Jim Flynn. tho Pueblo flrema,n. some time ago. Flynn's body punchon broke two of his ribs, Two "froo band concerts, Saltair, to day. Monteomefy'a band and. aoloistsv Richfield Track Team That Won in Sevier Grades Meet Left to right C. Jorgensen, D. Ence, O. Baker, Principal Thompson, K. Erickson, L. Jensen. Be American Association Won. Lot. P.O. Columbu "7 M -JO 3 Milwaukee 80 22 .G77 Louisville 3 22 .SCO. Kaueaa City J7 -.5M St. Paul .21 21 -oOO Minneapolis , 23 20 ,4Sf( Indianapolis 1? 2. .413 Toledo 18 3l 3S At Indianapolis ej Toledo , 5 9 3 InBat?ertesWamei" Worki. Scnardt and Cotter. (Ten innlnRS.) At LoulBvlllo (find, game) IJ. H E; Columbus 2 7 Louisville '"'"iVJ. .',., Batterleo Tipple. Vanoo and Smith: Louder milk and demons. Second game , Columbus I I i BsUerieaMcQaYlo Powoll, Wood- burn and Clomona. At Kansas City- H- B: St. Paul I I KBUcrlM-Rle SchliUer and O'Connor. At Milwaukee n' Bi Minneapolis MBa?toric-MeiwidBo" u4 Hushes. Southern League. Won. Lost. P.O. Mobile H Nashville BlrnUnRham Atlanta ;? ; ,l-nl Montgomery f Chattanooga , zb Memphis -I " "j" Now Orleans 15 36 At Memphlo-New Orlcnra. 8: Memphis. At Naehvllle Blrmlncham, 4: Nashville, 3 Other Ramta postponod; rain, Northwestern League Won. Lout. P.O. Seattle Portland ; 'Hf Victoria -J .7 .4 Tacoma .., - "i Spokano 37 ,315 At Tacoma Vancouver, 0; Toeoma. 6. At Seattle Spokane, B; Seattlo. 13. . At Victoria Tflrat Rame)-Portland. 4r Viclo rla, 0. Crane Breaks Hecord. TACOMA, WaBh.. June 7. In the state interscholastlo track meet here today, A -bert Crane of Tacoma broke tho Ameri can lnlorscholastlo record for the high jump. Ho cleared the. bar at 6 foet 2? Inches. Trains to Saltair every 45 minutes. Temporatnre of water, 70 degrees. (Advertisement,.) : urjnary I fMfMt DISOHARQESj ' fiM ft V M Wi Jfc BELEEVED IN i lltMifefa24 HOURS :VfZv'D Each Cap. s: i Wi illBW rul8 bears rMlDW I LKKr BwartdfewnltfttUt'; ALL DWJOOIBTS KliroHESTErfS'pHS -5V t JAsVy u ff, ruUTnMJleaapIffoll(Su'lW Coast League Won. Lou P.C. Lot Angeles .35 27 .CS3 Oakland S.' 2S .B3G San Francisco 32 34 ' .455 Portland , ..23 32 .4C7 Venice 30 3S .4C2 Sacramento , 24 31 .430 At Loa Angeles R. H. B. Sacramonto 16 1 Los Angeles 0 c I Batteries' Williams and Bllsi; Clicch and Boles. At San Francisco R. H. E. Vcnlco 274 San Francisco 7 10 2 Batteries Raleigh and Krolti Douglass, Fan ning and Schmidt. At Portland R. H. E. Oakland 6 13 2 Portland 2 5 3 Battorlea Malarkey nnd Robrer: West and Flsti or. (Tea inntnga.) International League Won, LosL P.O. Notrarlc 29 17 .630 Rocheator 24 20 .S65 Buffalo !3 20 .SCO Baltimore 23 24 .W Provldonce 20 S3 .470 Toronto ...t. 19 28 .4S2 Montreal lft 22 .4&0 Jorsey City IS 37. .357 At Montreal (twelve Innings) It. H. B. Rochester G 13 0 Montreal .,3 8 4 At Toronto (first game) R.' H. B. Buffalo -. 4 8 0 Toronto 18 1$ 2 Second gamo i ! Buffalo 3 6 2 Toronto 4 9 0 At Baltimore (first game) R. . H. E. Provldenae 7, 14 1 Batllmaro 4 0 0 Sscond game . ' Providence ....IS IT 2 Baltimore 6 II 4 At Jeraer City Newark-Jersey City (fame post poned; rain. Western League ! Won. Lot P.C. Denver .CP 13 .CD'j St. Joseph 17 .623 Lincoln t 9 19 MS Omaha 23 22 .Sll Des Moines 22 23 .300 Sioux City 19 2.1 .452 Topoldl Is 2S .403 Wloblta y 11 31 .231 At Topaka Lincoln, S; Topeka, 2. At Sioux City St. Joseph. S; slous City, . At Denver Wichita, 3; Dcnycr. 6, At Omaha Des Moines. 1: Omaha, 4. I HIGH US HORSES I TOO LAT1A DERBY I Big Event Will Be Run Satur- H day, With Field of Notables. Tomorrow the inaugural race will bo 1 run at. Latonla, and -this will be followed by the Derby on Saturday, June 14. The general manager of tho track has re eelved requests for box reservations from many cities and, judging by the number of Tesen'ations, the Kentucky Derby at Louisville will havo nothing on the La tonla Derby as an attraction which draws. The Latlnia Derby Is the culminating lfl event in the spring for three-yeai'-olds. A tlircc-yoar-old that wins the Latonla Derby is looked upon as a champion. The English, who raced horses hundreds of jH years before Latonla or Churchill Downs was ever thought of. have by long e pcrlence learned that the proper test for a throe-year-old Is a mile and a half route. This Is the route tho horses will be asked to go at Latonla. and any horse which carries 122 pounds or 127 and wins over tho mile and a half journey is con sldcrcd a thoroughbred worthy of the name. At present 1L looks very much as though a field of nine will go to the post fM In this bit; race. Ten Point, according to his owner. Is a suro starter, despite his lpfrnt lii thn Knntuckv Handicap. aH Nothing lias been hoard lately from Hawthorn, and it Is quite doubtful If he ijH will be able to go. Helios worked three- lH Ounrtcrs very handily in 1:18 the. other day. and It might be just possible that IH Jack Kccne has the grand little gelding IH In better shape tlian most persons be- IH llcve, and will make a try for the prize at the last minute. Donerail Is a sure IH starter, and the, prediction Is made that the horse which beats Donerail will get the wreath around his neck. sM Great Britain had some workouts, and will get a race or two under his belt within the next week. Prince Hermis will probably try the mile and a half route. MuCorklo ran one good raco two w&ekR tM ago and the same said about Helios might apply to tho bis: horse in Tom McDowell's stable. Tho Blue Grass crowd still stick to it that Foundation is a good raco horse and ho will surely go to the post, barring accidents. Gowell is a sure starter. She received , a hard campaign a3 a two-year-old and . is now being run to death as a three-year-old. Her Toor raco ,n the Kentucky 1 Oaks plainly showed that she should have a little rest. The filly Is run one day in a, long race and then in a day or so shoved Into a slx-furlong dash. This is very trj'lng and will throw tho best of them off odge, especially as the weather is changing' like It has been during all of 'this spring. That is a pretty good field for a Derby and tho boys will have plenty of trouble IH trying to pick a winner. vM MADDEN BUYS FIFTEEN COLTS FROM BELMONT LEXINGTON, Ky;, June 7. G. W. J. Blssell has purahascd two yearlings & , McGee from Cliarlea W. Moore, a bay colt out of Littlo Whit (dam of Counter- ; part), and bay filly out of The Gover ness (dam of Tho Lady Rohesla). It appears that Wv J. Trcac' of the , Ivontucky Sales company was acting for John 15. Madden when he bought fifteen jB yearlings -from August Belmont a few days ago. From Canada cornea the In- . ; formation that Madden has sold tho Fair Play-Orienta filly, the Slns3eton-Bt. Asr nes filly, tho, Singleton-Lady Madge tUly , and Singleton-Lady Rayon filly to James A. Thompson of Ontario, and they were Jn tho lot sold by Belmont to Treacy. James B. Haggin's famous producing J thoroughbred brood mares, Pearl V. by Salvator, dam Flrenzl. is dead at Elm- i ondorf farm. ''She died foaling a full brother to Water Pearl and Pearl River, tho latter now a good Ions' distance horse , In England, by Watercress. Hamburg ,, fob has a bay hy to Boy. Prin. ( . H .cess Noretta. owned by the late Jatm , Mackey, is tho only Uioroughbred raaro ) yet to foal at Elmondorf. Hervtoal will be a full brother or Bister to Prince GoL , by Galveston. Tho Hag-sin yearllnsa wlU t leave for Shcopahead Bay June 13. College Game Postponed. PRINCETON, N. J.. June 7 A. thujirl- crstm broke up re ceton-Yals Sasoball game in the sixth inning. Neither T side -had scored. 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