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by Commissioners CommissionersCLUBS CommissionersCLUBS CommissionersCLUBS
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Be Settled on that Day DaTSnder DaTSnderDnttlnJ DaySztderBatting Snyder SnyderBatting
Batting Well en with Acir cw JInrijn JInrijnTcnm Un1cnTcnJ11 JEnv n nTeamNo
Tcnm TeamNo No o Decision Reached In InPhlplis InPJlIPIJS Infllpis
Phlplis Protest by Board Boardr flOftrIlDy
With the Commissioners and Cornell CornellCompany Corn Ccrne3lCompny l lCompany
Company U tIed d for first honors tho fight fightfor fightfor fightfor
for the District amateur laurels laur laurelstaken has hastaken 118taken
taken a turn which forecasts a hardor harderbattle hardorbattle hardorbattle
battle Can t Ul was anticipated A victory victoryover vtctoryover fctoryover
over the Paporhangers by the Depart Departmental Departmental Departmental ¬
mental Leaper Thursday will give givethem givethem givuthem
them the championship and with Dick DickRobertson DIckRobertion Ick IckRoberUtOn
Robertson and Byfd to do the flinging flingingthe filnglnsthe fiIngngthe
the Commissioners Commls lonors have an equal show showto sbowto showto
to land the bunting buntingVaughns bunUngVaughns huntingVaughn3
Vaughns injury and nd a foolish move on onthe onthe onthe
the part of the Cornell Corn 011 manager in pitch pitchIng pitchIng pitchIng
Ing Norrls when he te had Buscher and andKerr andKerr andKerr
Kerr on the bench in a recent game gamehave gamehave gamehave
have materially decreased tho chances of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Cornell tribe Menefee Mener is back in intown Intown Intown
town and will be on the Capital City Cityteam Cityteam Cityteam
team In the next game and it I t is 1 stated statedfrom taudtrom ttdfrom
from good authority that somo other otherof othorot otherof
of Manager Cornells socalled Groens GroensWo Groensboro Greensboro
boro goMbrieks will ill be home before beforetomorrow beforetomorrow beforetomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowToday tomorrowroday tomorrowroday
roday the Twining Tv1nln team will meet the theBankers theBankers theBankerz
Bankers on their home lot lot ot aad It will willtake wlUtake willtake
take mighty good ball playing an n the thepart thepart theh
h part of the Independence Leaguors Lea Qrs to tobring tobring tow
w bring home the lh bacon Should Twining Twiningwin T1nln T1nlnin Twiningvin
win in that team will have much the nest betof nestof t tot
of the argument ar ment when these th o two clubs clubsmeet clubsmeet clubemeet
meet at McDevftfs Field and the th Bloom Btoomingdale BloomIngdale flloomIngdale
ingdale aggregation should ct waltz off with withthe withthe withthe
the flag flagSeldom fiatSal flagSelaozn
Seldom Sal om has a Washington amateur amateurbroken matrbroken amateurbroken
broken Into fast at company with 1tk as a good gooda
a start as a Snyder the big navy yard yardplayer yardplacr yardplayer
player who joined the New Haven team teamIn t8lmIn tmIn
In the Connecticut League last week In Inyesterdays Incsterday Inyesterdays
yesterdays csterday game Snyder went to bat batfour bAtfour batfur
four times and made mad two hits one of ofthem oCth ofthem
them th m a double In the eighth 8 bth session sessionwith 1eaIoewith sessionIth
with Ith the th score 2 to I in favor of Hart Hartford Hartflrd Hartfrd ¬
ford and with a man on third and second secondnnd secondarid eeontlnod
nod one out Snyder singled scoring JlNrt the thetying thetlng thetying
tying run after which the winning tanGY talleywas tanGYwas taUeyvas
was brought home on a a sacrifice acrl ce fly flySnyder IlySnyder
Snyder made two put outs and three as assists 88slsts asslats ¬
slats In right fl field d and was cheered each eachtime oachtlmo eachtime
time he went to bat batThe batThe batTho
The board of arbitration was wa In meat meeting meating meatIng ¬
ing several hours last night n1 t going over overthe overthe overthe
the evidence submitted by the parties perU who whoare wlloare whoare
are Involved in the controversy over the theeligibility th theligibility
eligibility of Phlpiw Ph1p UM Cornell Com Company COmpany Cornpony ¬
pany player It is expected that the theboard theboard theboard
board will give out its dtcMon some sometime IOmCt11Mthis sometimethis time timethis
this afternoon afternoonManager aCtornoonManagor afternoonManager
Manager Maurice OConnor in conver conversation conversation couversation ¬
sation with the writer recently declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that ho would break up amateur baseball baseballIn bIt I1 I1In
In Washington as it is at present con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted unless unl th tH amateur commission commissionthoroughly commlatllonthorou commissionthoroughly
thoroughly thorou b Investigates the eligibility of oftho orthe ofthe
the Cornell players protested and other otherwise oth othwIse otherwise ¬
wise conduct oondpct themselves fhv as he thinks thinksproper tJamksproper thiuksproper
proper and just t Mi OConnor O C00310r said J41 Jn Jnpart JRpart inpart
part There are many Irregularities in inconnection InfonnecUon inronnection
connection with some of the rulings of ottho oftho ofthe
tho commission and I feel that I have havebeen havebEfn havebeen
been treated unjustly If the tb present presentstate presentstate
state of affairs is not thoroughly inves investigated Invetltigatfd investlgatfl ¬
tigated I will organize a league get aU allof aUIC auf
of f the good players in the city and fight flghttho Asbtthe fightthe
the commission to a finish finishIn sthIn ilnishIn
In view vieot of the fact that all the Colum Columbia Columbla Columbin ¬
bin Printers could do was to tie one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the two games RAIll which were played with withTho withThe 1th 1thTho
Tho Washington Whtn ton Herald c1 nine and lose IOMthe 10Mthe losethe
the other i to ft e the broad claims of one oneMcCarthy onelICCarthy oneMCartby
McCarthy have been sifted led down to mere mereair mereair mereair
air This Th same player J yer is the one who whowas wbowas whowas
was a member of the Pension Bureau Bureauteam Bureauteam Bureauteam
team the tb nearest competitor to the theColumbia theColumbIA theColumbia
Columbia Printers in the Marquette MarquetteLeague MarquetteLeague MarquetteLeague
League during the season 1t just closed closedOn eJoedOn closedOn
On July 1 he obtained his release so that thathe thathe thathe
he might join the loaders Jod and share In Inthe Inth Inthe
the th postseason names mM although at that thattime thatI thattime
I time his hi club the Pension Buroeu still stillhad stilihad stillhad
had a fair chance cha to cop the banner in inthe Inthe Inthe
the northwest circuit Before yesterdays yesterdaysgame Yetltor yestorOysgame as asgamo
game started McCarthy was wa not in evi evidence 61dencc cvidence ¬
dence although he made all kinds of ofclaims ofclaims ofclaims
claims after The Herald team decisively decisivelytrimmed dedetvolytrlmmecl decisivelytrimmed
trimmed the Columbia Printer outfit as asto asto asto
to the money he wanted d to wager on the theresult lbereBult theresult
result of the next n xt battle The Washing Washington WUhmgton Washington ¬
ton Herald team trimmed the Printers Printersas
as we stated all along they the would do and andonly andonly am amonly
only darkness prevented them from rom win winning winning winfling ¬
ning another victory yesterday yo tecday Under Underthe Undertho Underthe
the circumstances it would bo proper for forMr fOrMr forMr
Mr oJcCarthy JJcCarUt to dig a hole crawl In Inand inand l land
and pull the lid down dO tight tightThe tightThe tightThe
The Marines played theNaval the tNanl Naval Medical MedicalHospital MedicalHospital MedIcalHospital
Hospital School baseball team tom yesterday yesterdayand yeaterdayand yestertlayand
and won a 11to2 victory The Marines Marineswoftld Marinoswo Marineswold
woftld wo ld like to arrange games with strong strongteams strongteams lrongteams
teams in I and around Washington WashingtonBoggle WashingtonRog WashingtonReggl
Boggle Rog to Hawllngs played three posi positions positions positions ¬
tions In yesterdays yo terdays game starting out in inthe intho inthe
the outfield then going behind the plate plateand platean plateand
and an finally pitching the last inning and andstriking andstriking andstrIkIng
striking out two of tho throe men who whofaced whofaced whofaced
faced him Reggie Re gJe wanted to start the thegame thegame thegame
game but Manager anagar Charley Graf refused refusedto
to lot tho youngster twirl as ho thought thoughtIt
It might hurt his arm and besides it was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not thought that Reggie would wouldbc be e needed neededto neededto neededto
to beat the Columbia outfit outfitV outfitWeaver outilti
V i
Weaver was In good goofiform form when he toed toedthe toedthe toedthe
the slab at Capital City Park Park as his hisrecord hisrecord hisrecord
record of ten strikeouts In olght Innings Inningsattests inningsatte inningsattests
attests attestsBALLSTONS atte attestsBALLSTONS ts tsBALLSTONS
AVonl1 Like to toIIay Piny St Stephens Stephensor StepJlenor
or Olives OlivesThe OliveThe OlIvesThe
The Ballston baseball team of 9J Ballston BallstonVa Banston BanstonVa Iallstonvs
Va would like to hear froS froi some of ofthe ottho ofthe
the strong teams In tho th District the St Stpreferred StStephan StStephens
Stephan Olives and Potomac Heights HeightsprcCerrod Heightspreferred
preferred Address s K O Dyer box bo ia iaBallston 181Dallston i3 i3Ilaliston
Ballston Va VaIVnnt VaVnllt VaWant
Want Game for Satnr Sntnrdny SntnrdnyThe lny lnyTho n nTho
Tho Laurel baseball team ic without a adato adate adate
date for Saturday aaturda and would ould like to hear hearfrom hearfrom hoarfrom
from gome mo strong team In tho District Districtto
to fill the open date Phono Walter WalterBrown WaltorBrown WalterBrown
Brown Main 1710 1710HARD 1710HARD 17101ARD
Both artisans and pro pronRlNIT proDRINK proflDIIV
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SBCTION SEcr1QA SEcr1QAPetwrth A APctwerth A Aretwert
Pctwerth TS a OtnMit OnapaBy 415y at Capital CapitalCity cpitalJtr Capitalct3
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Nfhth Nhitli Drops Interesting Con Contest Contest Coiitest ¬
test to Commissioners CommissionersROBEETSONS COlnmissionersROBERTSONS CommissionersROBE1TSONS
Crack Pitcher of Departmental DepartmentalLcngncrfl DepnrtmentnIcngncr DepartmentalLeaguers
Leaguers Connect for Home Run Runin RUI1In RunIn
in Innt Inning Innln with Score a Tie Ticand Tiennll Tieititti
and Drives Drh In Man Inl1 Ahead of Him HimLoscrn JUntLo lIltuLosers
Losers Lo ers Score in First Inning InningBefore InnlnsDetore InningBefore
Before < a crowd erG that completely sur surrouaded sU sUrouauled surrounded
rounded the Held at Thirteenth and D Dstreets DItreeta LIstreets
streets northeast Ninth of the Sunday SundaySchool SundAYSchool SundaySchool
School League L went down to d defeat toat at atthe atthe atthe
the hands of the Cmmte CommissIoners ion rs of tho thoDepartmental thoDepartmenLAI theDepartmental
Departmental League L S to toThe 1 1The I IThe
The largest crowd that has witnessed witnesseda I lDMHd lDMHda
a game in Class A series Mr this season seasonwas seuons seasonwas
was s present pr ent and Dd they were compelled to tolook toJook tolook
look at a poor exhibition of ball Ninth Ninthlooked Ninthlooked Ninthlooked
looked like a secondrater and the Com Commissioners Commaloners Cornmasioners ¬
missioners played little better except exceptthitt excepttbat exceptthat
that they the hit the tb ball with telling tem effect effectRobertson effectRobertaon effectRobertoon
Robertson who wh twirled for the wianers wianerswas wnenl wnenlwu wipners wipnerswas
was in rare form fanning eleven bt > f the theChristians thoChuan theChristIans
Christians and had ho been given proper propersupport properaupport propersupport
support Ninth would wou not nothave have scored a 8run arun arun
run Symanoskte was hit freely and andgiven MdYen andgiven
given Yen poor support supportNinth aupportNinth supportNinth
Ninth made two runs In the opener openerBushier openorBuebler openerBuehler
Bushier reached first < on an error by byThomas byThomaa byThomas
Thomas M Broome tripttti scoring Bueh Buehier Buehler Buehbr
ier and Xoreland popped fne ne jest a few fewfeet fewfNt fewfeat
feet feat back of second base base which hleh f felt rt safe safeas sareHandlboe safeas
as Handiboe and Hurly each expected expectedthe expe expectedthe UICl UIClthe
the other to tAke It It Broom BrOOme scoring scoringThs ICCJrl ICCJrlThe scoringThe
The Commissioners got their first run runIn runIn
In th the third on a bit and an error rror and andNinth an4Ninth andNinth
Ninth added another in their t ir half of the thethird tileUtIId thethlrd
third on three errOrs rWlp In a a row Ninth Ninthbitx Oonthbliv NinthhIw
bitx Up aptn In the fbnrtli d nd gave the Com Commissioners Oodtmlulonera CodtmIsaioner ¬
missioners four runs when the side 4t should shouldhave abouldhaYo shouldhave
have been retired The Christians eeIM eeIMback em embuck me meback
back and took a onerun lead in the fifth fifthby firthby fifthby
by pushing three men across the pan on ontwo Ofttwo ontwo
two hits a wild 114 pitch a base on balls ballsand b1IIand ballsand
and an error ThevComtnissloners The Collllldlone tied the thescore the8COre thescore
score in the eighth wu wtQMt wts > Hoosier hit the theball tbeban thebali
ball under a street car standing on Thir Thirteenth ThSrteenth Thirteenth ¬
teenth street for a home horn run and an in the thefollowing Utefollowln thefollowing
following followln Inning Robertson won on his own owngam 01RJM owngame
game JM by b driving < the ball down U Ute e third thirdbass tJatrdbus thirdbase
bass line for a round trip scoring Wood Woodi Woodward Woodward
i ward ahead of him himThe himThe himThe
The Official Score ScoreCOSMIS Scoreeca ScoreCcan
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Totals Sufi i iii unss s5 6 5 Total i M S31 2is 8 S5 S5siioInneis 5 5CuioDen 5 5romateioiMn
romateioiMn siioInneis S 8146138 8146138Ninth I 1 4 e 1 1Ninth sJI sJINIDth
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By dropping yesterdays yeaterdasgame game Ninth Is Isout I Iout
out of the running and Is I due to finish finishthird finishthird finishthird
third The Commissioners are now tied tiedwith tiedwlth tiedwith
with Cornell Corn 1 for first place The game gameThursday gameThundar gameThursday
Thursday between those two teams will willprobably WillprobUly willprobably
probably decide the t e championship championshipBocket champlonshlpBoekct championshipBocket
Bocket had a chance for an easy eI dou double double ¬
ble play pIa in the third when he h caught caughtBnehlers caughtBoeblers caughtBuehlers
Bnehlers pop fly to right and Walter Walterwho Walterwho
who was on first had rim run rim down to sec second seeond ¬
ond but ho made such a bad throw to tofirst tofirst
first that Walter had time to come ome back backand backand
and touch the tho bag bag and get back down downto downto
to second secondSyinanoskie secondSymanonklo
Syinanoskie got out of an awful hole holeIn holaIn holein
In the first inning when the Commls Commlsslpners Commlsslpners Commisslpners
slpners filled the bases with none nonodOwn nonodOwnSym down downSym dOwnSym
Sym made tho next two men pop easy easyfiles easytIlcs easyfiles
files to Hands at third and the lost man manhit manhit manlilt
hit an easy grounder to second secondBilly secondBUly secondBilly
Billy Hands had n 0 busy day at third thirdfor thirdfor thirdfor
for Ninth handling three assists and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making six outs His catch of Morlarltys Morlarltyshot Morlar1JYs Morlar1JYshot Moriariyshot
hot liner In the ho sixth slxt almost took him himoff himof himoff
off his feet feetIn feetIn feetIn <
In the second Inning the Commission Commissioners ¬
ers em dropped thre three flies just over the th In Jnflold Infiold Infield
field two of them Xcii fall safe but Moreiand Moreiandwas M Moreland Morelandwas re ond ondas
was as laying lor the other and nabbed It Itafter itArter itafter
after a hard run runWith runWtth runWith
With Miles on second In the fourth fourthHands fourtbHands fourthhands
Hands hit a line drive dEleto to Hessler sle at first firstwho firstwho firstwho
who in attempting to double d uble up Miles Milesat Milosat Milesat
at second hit tho rutraer ritnn r instead of ofthrowing orthrowIng ofthrowing
throwing to the flelBar Miles taking takingthird takinGthird takingthird
third on the play playToo playToo playToo
Too bad that Ninth had had to play their theirpoorest theirpoorut theirpoorest
poorest gamo on their home grounds and andbefore andberore andbefore
before such a large l rge crowd made up al almost almost a amost ¬
most entirely of followers of the Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School League Tho Christians had made madea
a good showing thus thusfar far In tho series seriesand seriesand seriesand
and were enthusiastically welcomed back backto backto backto
to tho northeast Naturally they theywore theyworeoxpected wore woreexpected woreexpected
expected to put up a good article of ball balland balland balland
and Insert a few professional stunts now nowand nowand nowand
and then
At Lincata IAec8lnLincoin Lincoln 4 4Derner Denrer 5 Second Becmdl1ime Becmdl1imeLincobr SecondIAncola can canLincoln
Lincoln 3 DenTcr DenTcrAt 5 5 5At f
At OmahaOmaha a 2 Wichita 4 4At C CAt 4At
At T TopebTepeb pela Tepeka 0 Sioux Sty dit L LAt LAt LAt
At St Joseph loeeph8t St Joseph 0 Des Moicvli 3ioi i
Herald Nine Rallies and andTies andjies andJies
jies Columbia lOt 101WEAVEE lOt lOtWEAVER lOtWEAVER
Pitches AlrtlKlit flail Until Until Last LastInning Lost11I111nl LastInning
Inning When Newspaper Men Con Connect Oonncct Connect ¬
nect ncct for Three Hit nUll One On of 01 o Them Thema
a Double loublcGIlI GUI Get Get5 Bad Stnrt at atThird atTblrl atThird
Third Base DItJleDetnU BaneDetails Details of Game GameIn GnmeIn CiinieIn
In a nlpandtuck battl battIo which waged wagedfuriously wagodfuriously wagediurlously
furiously from the first crack Of the bat batuntil batuntil batuntil
until the last man was retired In the theeighth thlelghtb theeighth
eighth session The Washington Herald Heraldand Heraldand Heraldanti
and Columbia iw teams battled to a tie tieat Ueat tieat
at Uapital City Clt Park 3 to toSome i iSome 1Some
Some rooky fielding on the part or GUI GUIand Gmand Gillanti
and Doteman In the first two chapters chaptersgave chapt chaorsgave l1J l1Jgave
gave tho Columbia team the lead of three threeruns threeruns threeruns
runs which they tho maintained until the therally therall therally
rally rall by tho newspaper men in the last lastround Jaatround lastround
round Gill apparently was VIlS confused on onaccount onaceoult onaccout
account aceoult of the Inclosed ed park and the thecrowd thecrowd thOcrowd
crowd and ho hardly started to play playuntil playunUI playuntil
until aftor ho had muffed his first three threechances threechancel threechances
chances After the first and second stan stanzas stAnza ¬
zas za however The Herald HeraldthIrdsacker thirdsacker put putup putup putup
up his hi usual fine game and figured in the thefastest thetatettt thefastest
fastest play of the game a double play playIn pia piaIn playin
In the third inning inningWeaver InningVOAer InningWeaver
Weaver was in groat gr t form and fanned fannedten fannooten fannedten
ten of his opponents besides keeping k them themdown utmdown themdown
down to ona on hit until the fln ftnJ inning and andto andto andto
to four blnglofi for the game gameComing gameComins gameComing
Coming to the bat apparently hope hopelessly hoppbeaton hopelonely ¬
lonely beaton in the eighth ol hth round and andwith andwith andwIth
with it apparent that no o more innings inningscould Innlnpeould Inningscould
could be played the Herald boys gath gathered gaUIorad gathored ¬
ered up their Mt heta lI not to leave the field fieldbut fteldbut fieldbut
but to use them with telling effect Dodge Dodgesingled DodgeslngiOd Dodgesingled
singled into left his liner going past the thethird thethird thethird
third baseman like a shot Morris follow followed followed oUoWcd ¬
ed with a double to center scoring 1ICOI1n Dodge DodgeRawllngs Dod DodRawlblga DodgeRawlings
Rawllngs bunted and beat the ball to the theinitial lheInlUa1 theinitial
initial sack Morris Mo scoring se ring on the hit hitTlpton h1tT1pton hltTipton
Tlpton then struck out Grabble hit to toshort toshort toshort
short and Wood threw low to first IMC IMCthe bass bU6the bassthe
the ball going wild 11d and Hawllacs Rawll count counting COtIntIng coeustlug ¬
ing When on Grabble tried to steal he Itathown was wasthrown wastwOwn
thrown out at t second and Dolefmm struck struckout Itruckout struckout
out ending tin game gameThe gamoThe gameFlie
The Official Score ScoreHBRALD Sc ScoreHftALD ie ieHB
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ball banDarnall Darnall Umpire UmpireMr Mr Hughes Time Timeof T1meor Timeof
of game gamei m 1 hour and 30 minutes minutesRBADVILLE minutesRBADVILLE minutesREADVILLE
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I Circuit uieodng held a mostuepscious mostuepsciousoplnlng most auspicious JU8p1clousop auspiciousopdning
opdning op here today toda with Ith Uhlan in an anunsuccessful anunsucce anunsuccessful
unsuccessful unsucce stul attempt to lower his mile milerecord mUerecord milerecord
record to a a wagon wa on the trotting trottingtAd and nd pac pacing pacIng poelug ¬
ing divisions dlvl lons of the American Derby the
210 10 pace and 8S tS trot on the card Ublan Uhlandid Ublandid Ublandid
did the mile in 2OSK 2I2 Ib drlvon by bC C Kt K G GBillings GBillings
Billings Bllllh Bob Douglas Doug won on the trotting troUlrtgdivision trottingdli5Jon trottingdivision
division of the Dorby and Aileen AUeen Wilson Wilsonthe Wll10nthe Wilsonthe
the pacing pacingBefore paclngBetore pacingBefore
Before starting Mr r Billings announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that the wind was too high for record recordbreaking r reordbreaking rd rdbre
breaking breakingThe bre breakingThe klng klngThe
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pace pflcewas was won by Lady LadIS1e ISle driven byCox byCox by byCox
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way a to do It It Summaries
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i Special Private Delivery
Preliminaries in Novel ove1 Sport Are Aref ArcNow Areow
f Now ow Closed CloaedThe CloedThe ClosedThe
The preliminary series In the quoit quoittournament q quolttournament oit oittournament
tournament now In progress at Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Grove has just closed Seventeen Seventeencontestants Seventeencontestant Seventeencontestants
contestants are this W week k pitching off offtheir aUthcir offtheir
their semifinals The totals of each oo h Intho In Inthe Intho
tho preliminary1 preliminary1games games wore In Class A AA AA AA
A Osborn 308 3 R P Clarke 201 J T TMeany TMeany TMoany
Meany 283 W B Hardy 281 1 H III H Os Osborn Osborn Osborn ¬
born 217 C Leakln 344 H M M Brown BrownIns BrownIng Brownlug
Ins 3 330 J W Norris m U 8 J Mo MoCathran 110Cathran MoCathran
Cathran 21 In Class B L B Meany Moany2i2
212 H S Welch 211 A T Utz Ut 187 to B BSpelch E51tolob BSpoich
Spelch 1 100 G S Foreman ISO A < L LBowie LBowie LBowie
Bowie 163 F W Dahn 14 140 H Parmap FarmlWtUI Farmitrlie
lie Nino other entrants ontrilnt not participat participating ptlrtfclpcitIn5 partlelpatIng ¬
ing In the semifinale are B n E Cook CookR CookR Cook1t
R L Dutton M A A English L F Hunt HuntJ Hunt HuntJ HuntJ
J L L Krlck J 3 R n MeKey H r K Simp Simpson Simpson Simpson ¬
son C Vaughan and W V A A Hlpktns HlpktnsMore HlpldnsMore HiphinsMore
More than fifty men have taken a hand handIn hanGIn lanUIn
In this oklfaahlonod game during the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer The series will culminate on onLabor onIaOOr onLabor
Labor Day Da by b tho four highest In each oachcla o chclue eachciKes
cla clue e pitching oach throe games with the theother theothor theother
other three of his own class cia Medals Medalswill Medalswill Medalswill
will be awarded to tho two highest In Ineach Ineach ineach
each class classREADY clasaREADY classREADY
AllCandidates All Candidates Have Their TheirFinal lheilFillalllOllt IlieirFinaI
Final FillalllOllt FillalllOlltHARD Tryout Tryoutj TryoutHARD Jti3oilttARD
Many Inny Home Will HI Run thnt Will WillHave WillHave Ill IllI1ne
Have No Show for 25000 OOO Prize PrizeRace PrizeRace PrizeRace
Race Looks Loo to DC Between Unnhtl UnnhtlNovelty DllflhtlXoelt Ilatabtiovelty
Xoelt Novelty ovelty NnuNlion nusIton Iron 3Inrk Jnrk and nndTextile nnllTextHeRucc andTextileRace
TextHeRucc Textile RHCC Closely Watched WatchedSittefcl Watchedi atcbed atcbedDe
Sittefcl to i He WmMnclf W HmU HmUSaratoga 1I11111dSaratoga IISIIISSaratoga
Saratoga N Y Aug 31 alJipuatlos alJipuatlosare Preparations Preparationsare
are almost most oompletod for the Futurity Futuritywhich FuturItywblcb Puturitywhich
which Is to ba bevon iron tomorrow tho closing closingday closingday
day 4 of tho qloptlhg PUng a1ng and of the season so sofar 80I sofar
I far as tote State is concerned All candi candinatqp cancldat candiSat
natqp Sat Mad their Anal fllt l work yesterday Ydar and andto aMto andto
to ail appearances APpo raneea the t e race will be be between be betwel betwesn ¬
tween Bashtl Novelty Naushon Iron IronMask IronMule IronMask
Mask and Textile TextileThe TextileThe TextileThe
The Sanford followers bottcve that thatRockrlllo tilatRoe thatRockYIli
Rockrlllo Roe has ha a chance but while bU h i Is Isa IIIa Isa
a line colt NIt he has 8 not yet et beaton torsos torsosof horsesof
of the Futurity Futurlt caliber If he wins wI he hewill 1Mwm liewill
will surly JUrI be one of tb tile rare colts coI col I of ofUM ofthe
I UM year as every entry entry1a is At to race for fora toca fora I
a ranooov The latest teet triate indicate tadtcateBaabU badicatel badicatelBaabU indicateIlsebti
BaabU the best She ran six Ix furlongs In Inltt In1JI
ltt 1JI but was all o ont t to do It yet it was wasUM Wkathe warnthe
the Met work of the meeting meeU and sh shwin aM aMwin shewill
win go to the post favorite Ca vortte over the theHiWroUt theBUdreUt the1IkIrsth
HiWroUt entry Novelty and Zeus ZotwIt Zeusit i iIt
It to expected that about twelve tw le horses horseswHi bor borhi horseswill
will hi go to the post P and not more possibly possiblyteas possiblyless Ibly IblyeM
teas In fact half of UM probable start starters atartera strtare ¬
ers could woll be l left ft to their stalls atalllltMy as asUMT asthey
they will be more 0 of a detriment than an anaid anaid anaid
aid to the contest All Utooe tusos win hav hava han hanA
a horse that has shown anything ar arwilttns are arewl1ltq arewilling
willing to forfeit something to bare bav a acrack aenck acrack
crack at the big prise which win n be beworth beworth beworth
worth something like ttS 5 ttft to the win winner winner winncr ¬
ner Accidents have occurred O in the theFwttjrUy tbeP1I thePvtirtty
FwttjrUy P1I and Uio 111 unexpected f ha hap happened uppened P Pa ¬
pened a several aevIrsitlines Um tlme s hence tn tao hopes of ofsome orsome ofsome
some of the owners of the lesser lights lightsthat U lightsthat ts tsthat
that something may m occur that will give givethem giftthem givethem
them some return for their investment investmentUnce tnYMtmenttnce InvestmentRare
Rare Will III He Closely Watched WatchedSo ntched ntchedSo
So absolutely fair does the Coney Island IslandJockey IslandJOtk IslandJockey
Jockey JOtk Club want the race to be that it itwttl ItwUJ Itwill
will appoint a patrol judge < e of its own ownbesides 0 0bet1tde8 ownbesides
besides MaJ Hall to watch the race as the thehorses thehoraea thehorses
horses pIt through the backstretch and andM andH andas
M they round the turn by b Xe he halt mile milepoi milapole utilepals
poi pole and it can be said with every de degree d dIIM degras ¬
gras of assurance that tn the rider who whomakes whoIItkea whomakes
makes a false ra move or attempts any anyrough an7rouXh anyroesh
rough riding will be minus a license nert nertyear nertIU nextyear
year IU and very 117 possibly will be ruled oft offas oftas oftU
as soon as the race Is over overTo overTo OvirTo
To keep tile riders In line at the start starting startlug tart tartIIIC ¬
ing pohtt a a member m mber of the Jockey Club Clubwtit Clubwilt C1u C1us4It
wtit wilt be b at the start tart with it1 Mars Casstdy Casstdyand CaHklyand assIdy assIdyanti
and any rider misbehaving m VlDg before the tnestart ueIKAct thestart
start or crossing over from the tb outside outaMebefore outBldebet outsidebefore
before bet the rules permit him to will be re reported rElPQrt8fl reported ¬
ported and unquestionably uDque tkHuLbly be punished punishedThe punishedTbQ punishedTha
The Futurity Is the greatest race of the theyear tbefind he heye
year ye and nd for that reason the Coney Is Island I Iland Isiand ¬
land Jockey Club wishes wt bos to determine determinewhich determlnwhich determinewhich
which is the best twoyearold This can oannot cannot cannot
not be done unless the race Is 1 run truly trulyand truhand trulyand
and fairly fairlyCberryola fairlYCborrrola fairlyCherryola
Cberryola was the filly that attracted attractedattention attraetedattlaUoD attractedattention
attention yesterday a In the handicap It Itwas Ita Itwas
was a only a a few days ago that she sh de defeated de detNted dofeittsd ¬
feated Black Mate In yekordays race raceVneburg rceVD8burg raceVosburg
Vneburg the official handtaapper htuld lea pper made madeher madeher madeher
her concede teven < ven pounds in actual actualweight actualeight actualweight
weight eight to Black Mate It was as this dif difference dlttWeace dirforesee ¬
foresee that that caused her to go begging b lng in inI Inthe inthe
I the market as an Increase of twentyone twentyonepounds twentyonepouad twentyonepounds
pounds in two or three days d s was consid considered considered considered ¬
ered too much for the lily to handle handleThat handleThat handleThat
That Vosburg Y 8burg > had tho direct lino on onICherryola onCherryolA onChorryola
ICherryola was proved when she won wonbeating wonbeating on onbeating
beating Black Mate just as easily as she shedid shedid shedid
did before Cherryola is a nice filly fill just justnow justItOW justnow
now and her race only adds to the fame fameof fameor fameOf
of Mr Woodford Clays Cl s excellent filly flllyOcean fillyOcoan fillyOcean
Ocean Bound which has beaten Cherry Cherryola Cherryole ¬
ole very decisively decl lol every ef time they have havemet hacmet havemet
met metIt metIt
It 1 18 very probable that the proposed proposedmeeting proposedmeeting proposedmeetIng
meeting at Marlboro Mdt Md will be sane sanctioned sanatlonld sanetinned ¬
tinned by b the Jockey Club to run from fromOctober CromOctobec fromOctober
October 4 to 14 14HARD 14 14HARD 14BARD
War Vnr and Nary 1n1 Nine Trinis TririsPontof TririsPontofflee Postof Postoffice Podoffice ¬
fice Squad on Monument Lot LotWar LotWar LotWar
War Department trimmed the Mailmen MailmenIn ranmenIn
In a a blttorjy blUer contested game In the Col Colored Colored Colorod ¬
ored Departmental Ddpartmonr11 League Loag e 2 to 1 The Thegame Thegame Thegame
game was a pitchers battle between betweenParker betweenParker betweenParker
Parker and Johnson Parker having the thebeat thebost theboat
beat of the argument argumentDavis arg argumentDavis mont montD
Davis D is played a star game at second for forthe torthe forthe
the winners winnersThe winnersThe winnersThe
The manager of the PostOffice nine pro protested protosted protested ¬
tested the game on the ground that the theumpire theumpire theumpire
umpire misinterpreted the rules Score ScoreW ScoreW ScoreWN
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Total 13 215 2 13 T 0 Totals T b1s 17 31G 3 16 3 3 3War 3Var 3Var
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Dmplre Umplr Sir Stevenson Time of cme1 lA ol hour and andIS
15 mlautea mloot s
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Brooklyn 44 T2 7 Jit JB 3 371 371Itettoa 371n 371hisses
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Pittsburg Aug 30 JOThe The Giants cap captured cptured captured ¬
tured the third same of the present ee lCrf61 eerie e erice ¬
rice rie from tho worlds world champions this thisafternoon j jafternoon I
afternoon aClern n by outplaying them at all allstages aUatqll allstages
stages and taking advantage of the poor poornetting poorfteMln poorfleMing
netting fteMln on the pert of Adams the local localtwlrler localh1rJer localtwirler
twirler who pitched plt hecl great ball but this thistwo thistwo thistwo
two errors rors gave the Giant a chance to tonuke tomako tomake
nuke enough rune to win out Mathew Mathewon 1thewIOn Mathewson
IOn on wa was hit hard during the game and andin aDdIn iiil iiilin
in only onl one inning innlngtbe the eighth oIgbthd1d did the thePirates thaPlratJ thePirates
Pirates fail to get a hit Score Seorel ScorelittsburgAnl1ox
l littsburgAnl1ox ano C NYOfk lrYodcASUOAB lrYodcASUOAB3rs3t AU no A B BByne
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u series of games with the Alexandria AlexandriaAthletic AlexandriaAthletic AlexandriaAthletic
Athletic Club on Labor Day to decide decidethe decIdethe decidethe
the championship of Alexandria As both bothteams bothteams bothteams
teams have splendid records having de defeated defeated dotented ¬
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