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TODA Y'i
THE NIGHT LIST.
Tb? foUoarlD.lt casualties are re
torted br the commanding general of
the Am?ricain Eipeditonary Forcee:
Killed In aarton.!*
Missing ln action. 51
Wounded severely .?"*
Dleaf of wounds. <?
l)l*d of disease. *
."KTounded sligLtly . 1
Total .-.1*
? le? tai ? 'ti...
LIEUTENANTS.
Albert H. Bell. Jr. Greensburg. Pa.
Llnalsey F ? ampbetl. Detroit Mich,
?it. Fred I. Johnson. Farming-ton, Mc.
CORPORALS.
Harry C. Frey. New York. N. T.
William A. Leonard. Fluahing, N. Y.
George M. Lightner. York. Pa.
Paul T. Loeecher. W. Hartford. Conn.
aTeorge E. Marshall. Hannibal. Mo.
il??ca. John H. McConville. New York.
-Wagoner J. A. Love. Lowryrille, 8. C.
PRIVATES.
Jame? BenJ Allen. Spokane. Wub.
Cha?. L? Ayers. Farkersburg. W. Va.
A?!?? C. Bentley. Fitxgerald. Ga
August Bigler. College Point. N. T.
Joseph a. Bcngord. Philadelphia. Pa
Thomas Brady. Sacramento. CaL
James Brov.n, Sand Point, Idaho.
Jo?a>ph Burnell. Brooklyn, N. **.
Patrick J. Coyne. Lawrence, Macs.
Rey Grader. Craig. Colo.
Nicola DeFelloe, Rodegaresarico Fog
gia, Italy.
Albert W. DeWitt. Moore. Mont
Jam's P. Donovan, New Brighton,
?taten Island. N*. T.
Olea ?r ?????..
Lc. Harvey C. Ringer. Paola, Kans.
PRIVATES.
Joseph J. Bern?t. Brooklyn. N. T.
Leeli? E. Bradbury. Auburn, Main?.
Richard Fleming. Brumahan, County
Cotk. Ireland.
John Fuchs. Toroah. *W1?.
Stanley Hill. Boston, Mas?.
Dial? ?f Dleeatae.
PRIVATES.
Frank All? Cast Clarkarvill?, Ohio.
Jo?*- Johnson, Georgetown. S. Car.
I>. A. Margetts. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Jim Mason. Abilene, Texas.
Loui? Henry Simonsen. Svenson. Ore
Hervid T. Emmons. Buffalo. 111.
Charle? Murray. Albany. N. Y.
Burtnette Price Long. Han isburs. Pa.
-Mechanic L. J. Risso, Brooklyn, N. Y.
PRIVATES
' Henry Croeby, Fort Trumbull Beauli.
Conn.
AJvin P. Duncan. Smithi-llle. Miss.
Saul Epstein. Ettcabarth, N. i.
Willi? O. Finnen. Letal?, v.-isli.
Thomas Gos?. Cincinnati, uhlo.
?rollh? L. Hadley. Newport. X. It.
Ira J. Haumescr, Battleground. Wash.
Laurence E. Heiden. Merrill. Iowa.
K. W. Holten, Vancouver. B. C. Can.
Stanley Ka-irraiak. Milwaukee. Wis.
Fred Kemml'r, Erie. Pa.
Andrew Frew. Punxutawney. Pa.
A. C. GeolTrion. Winiamansette. Mass.
Harlan Gohean, Anselma. Pa.
Alfred H. Hanson. Waupaca. Wig.
Jame? Harrington. Phoeulxville, Pa.
George 8. Hines. Slippery Rock. Fa.
"Walter F. Hollenback. Avoca. G?,
Lionel L. Holl?s. Bro?-kton. Ma5S.
Albert E. Hoyt, Pittsburgh. Pa.
John ?. Hundley. Hilton. ?. Y.
Charles ?? HWrter. Reading. Px
Robert Prepton Johnston. Berkely
? Springs. W. Va.
Valentine ?. Kesselt Brooklyn. ?. T.
Theodore T. Krolcxyk. Maniata??. Mich.
E? Kurschinski Boyne City. Mieli.
J oui? J. MoCoilum. LoJisvUlaJ. Ky.
Calvin ? Maxncld. St. Paul. Minn.
Antone Mallo, Bedford. Mass.
A. T. Moivhead. Hilaiid Tark. Mich.
William Murray. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Lew... w. ? is.?. Xorristown. Pa.
Frank ML Plumridge. Hartford. Conn.
Jaahn R?-Uenauer. Dinkinsann, N. Dak.
Oelden Rila??. L'lermnnt. Ky.
William H. Roach. East Jordan. Mich.
A. Sadowsky. Kan* Brighton, ?. Y.
Jim Sfdan?, Wllia Magaridos. Greece.
August Steinmetz. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ralph N. Stewart. Monroe, tisch.
James E. Trnynor. Somerville. Mass.
Charle? Webb. Middleton. Tenn.
W o.ort-d ??...?.
Prt David P.. Gwynn. Old Forge. Pa.
HI..lo? la Arli.a.
Capt. A. A. Mitten. Milwaukee. Wls.
Lt. Robert H. Ellis. Endeavor. Wls.
Corp. Elmer X. BuswpII. Boston. Ma..?
Clarence M. George. Tie Siding. *?Yyu.
?Robert Voelkr.er, Newark, X. J.
Busier Gerald Klnser, Levering. Mich.
M?a?anic F. E. Duby. Fabyan. Conn.
James OXeil Matthews, Graylin-:.
Mich.
Cook Fred Henderson. Brooklyn, X. T.
I PRIVATES.
.T711J?.r-I J Barber. Llvermore. Cal.
???r-deTiek F. Belli. Philadelphia. Pa.
Bari C. Benjamin. Bancroft. Wis.
"Harry BTanjahay, Montreal. Canada.
Xaougias Braridon. Nashville, Tenn.
James P. Buckley. Lynn. Mass.
Nicola Carabillo. Hartford. Conn.
??t?,G?. i'hristian. Pittsfleld. Mass.
asrr.es F. Dalton, San Francisco, Cal.
Flink Davidson. Jar.esville. Minn.
"Williara T. Davis. Eugene. Ore.
Tari R. Erick?ion, Nye. Wis.
Tiueolph Erickson, Ellison Bay. Wls.
?Willard A. Francis, RobyvlUe. Ohio.
Ir^-lri C. Franklin. Bert-all, Mont
Bis. J. Gallasher. San Francisco, CaL
?Pau!.?? W. Hilrnfr, Greene. Iowa,
(Warren Hukill. Marshall. I1L
?William F. Hundt. Milwaukee. Wia
Sfarry D. Huni. New Haven. Conn.
St. W. Kinscy. Sedro Woolley. Wa?h.
BeJraer Lee. coon Valley. Wia
Jess H. McDowell. St Joseph. Mo.
Slonry Martin, Dalton, Ohio.
"Michael J Maye. Jersey City. X. J.
panlel J. O'Connor. Englewood. X. J.
teert M. Obenhoff. Houghton. Mich.
George Plummer. Alley. Mo.
Ward Porter. Hanover. Pa.
?os-ro?? Poten. Baltimore. Md.
Herbert Prescott Cambrldgepert. Me.
Henry Ned Sievers. Marquette. Mich.
?John Smith. Amery. Wie.
Benjamin A. Steven?. Elmlra. X. T.
pedi Tavenner. Springfield. O.
rh.?mss F. Taylor. Roanoke. Va.
Anelo Tomalr.o, Utica. N. "IT
( .a.euce Tracy. Rochester. X. T.
William J. Turner. Detroit, Mich
L<?# Viotele. W?v:2ar? De Val (Tra
pani"!. Italy.
ArUra Voolrnar. Evansten. III.
"O;et!i II? gWCmtrl Rosto!;. ?-.s.
AFTERNOON list.
??,; foUowng casualties are reported
pi t'.e commanding general of the
kn.erk.an Expeditionary Forca?:
Killed in action. sn
Missing In action. a
Wounded severely . 82
Died ef disease. 10
Died of wounds.,.15
Pietl of accident and other
cause? . 5
Total .In
Kllleal la Aetlen.
hupt J E Henderson. Oil City. Pa.
SERGEANTS,
?eter Edwards. Williamsville. N. T.
tdward Menge. Seattle. Wash.
CORPORALS,
lam Bradley. Reading. Ohio.
"?uantreU C Hart. Dundon. W. Va.
larry C. Kratger. Dayton. Ohio.
PRIVATE8.
Wr.h V. Benoit. Bald Knob. Ark.
leh HU? Benar. HarrieUvllI?. Ohio.
IsUU. W. elkrkin. Madison. Wis.
ile? M. Draper. Cleartield. Utah.
::.e J. Finn. Cogsv.ell. X. Dak
'- W? T. Verd. Lonetr??. X. Dak.
:?>???>. Clazel. Elwood. Ind.
|ij^ Uaauilton. Carrixozo. X M?x.
? ?... Ha?ad?, *'???'.? Texas
\
> CAS U?
Fred Harrington. New Tork, N. T.
Ruflin C. Lynch. Yfayberry, Va.
Fred F. Moorman, Urna, Ohio.
Leonard Oatrowski, Chicago, IH.
Loula a Phares. Mound City. III.
Gustar Roerick. LItchfleld. Neb.
austa,?? H. Schulie. Winchester, Tese.
Amai Schwartt, Holly. Mich.
John Schwartz. Marinette. Wl*.
Hobart H. ?see. Hegewisch, IH.
Don Edward Sharp. Detroit, Mich.
Gilbert Vetting;. Egg Harbor, Wis.
Peter White. Canterbury, W. V*.
John J. Zankowlch. Jersey City, N. J.
Antoine Zuchowski, Saxon, Wis.
Diesi af ?easda.
SERGEANT??.
Alfred G. Bailey. Eli. Okla.
Joaeph R. Trotter. Cunningham, Tex.
George Vodicka, Cliicago. Ill?
PRIVATES.
Arthur F. Alden, Llvermore Falls. Me.
Leo It. Atwater. Lake View, Iowa.
Obert J. Mjelde, Amherst, Wla.
A. L. Robinson. Warrior's Mark, Pa.
Frank Harrison. Eaaton. Pa.
Waltar H. Henry. Newark. N. J.
Alfred Johnson. Eleva. Wls.
Everett Murchland. Lower Wood
Stock. New Brunswick. Canada.
Louis Oshorowlta. Blddeford. Mass.
Walter Roswaaowskl. Detroit Mich.
Pasquale Servino. Sersale, Catanzaro,
Italy.
George Springtine, Rome, N. T.
Diesi af Disease.
CORPORALS.
Jaunes Dugan. Jer.ey City. N. J.
Wm. E. Hubbard, Torrlngton, Conn,
PRIVATES.
Adelard Dube, Nashua, N. H.
Daniel C. Hendrlex. Newman, 111.
Robert B. Kilburn. Corydon. Pa.
TxauU ? Nichols, Minneapolis, Minn.
Robert Ogilvle. Balboa, Canal Zone,
Panama.
Calvin Ridgeway, Jackson, Oa.
Birdie Splnks, Valden, Miss.
Isidor Turner, Palestine, Texas.
yied imi. ? relates?? ?od Other
Ca ?
PRIVATES.
William M. .Tones, Cordova. Alaska.
George D. Maurer, Heglns. Pa
August C. Mecnen. Galveston, Texas.
Frank X. Michel, New York. N. T.
Joseph P. Wolf. Irvlngton, N. J.
vv ..-isaei. ? Severely.
LIEUTENANTS.
'Jus E. Grafmuller. Brooklyn. ?. T.
Ralph Chapman. Vienna. III.
Regrar T. Kldde, New York. ?. T.
William J. Sweeney. Pittsburgh. Pa.
SERGEANTS.
Em'.l Bacliara, Clareniont. Ohio
G. H Dnckworth, New Bedford. .Mass.
Russell J. Dyer, Chicago, 111.
Roy E. Russell. Dexter. Maine.
H. J. Schaeffer. Waterbury. Conu.
Alfred Weatherbeej. Akron. ?. T.
Benjamin C. Schill. Bellefonte. l"a.
CORPO RAUS.
John S. Fergjson. Ferndale, Cal.
Uwrei'.c.1 D. Myers, .'uster, Utah.
.'lilTord R. Troxell, Fallen Timber. Pa.
Darwin Beebe. Grand Haven, Mich.
George W. Bondy. Monroe. Midi.
James F. ?."ounlhaii. Roxbury, Mass.
James G. Gltchel. Hudsonville, Mich.
Henry' Byron Hall, Hardinshurg, Ky.
Floyd N. Holliday. Allison Park. Pa.
Thomas I>eRoy Lawson. Corry. Pa.
Clyde ?. Moore.. Carnegie, Pa.
Walter O. Schulz. Pittsburgh. Pa.
Batir. P. Wagoner. Indianapolis. Ind.
Henry' B. Wlgm. Mankato. Minn.
John Robert Williams. Burgaw. N. C.
Bugler J. <J. Geyer. Philadelphia, Pa.
Musician H. Johnson, Ia Crosse. Wis
MECHANICS.
Alexander sosnowski, De*rolt, Mick.
Henry' I~ Teeters, Monessen, Pa.
COOKS.
John J. roley, stroudsl-urg. Pa.
William Singleton, Norristown, Pa.
PRIVATES, af
Spero? D. Andros. Lynn. Mas?.
Guy Bartolotta, Mlddletown. Conn.
I'almer Bentila, Denunon. Mich.
Neal P. Beroth. South Bend. Ind.
William s. Billig. McAdoo. Pa.
George Blackburn. Rockwall, Texas.
Joeeph Blash. Philadelphia. Pa.
Wm. J. Brailsford. Providence, R. I.
Joseph E- Brozo. Turners Fall?. Mass.
Andrew J. Carpenter. Dickey, N\ Dak.
Hoy F."Carroll. Nol.lesville. Ind.
Arthur <i. Carter, Corona. Cat.
Merton ?. ? oleman. Ithaca. Mich,
'"bar?es B. Fenton. Roslyn. V.l.
Vito Floti. Kingston. Pa.
Tino Floris, Redland?, Calif.
Anton Hurth. Dorchester, WiF.
Earl Hutchins. Erookport, Pa.
Clarence J. King. Maillon. N. J.
Floyd Isah Lane. Castorland, ?. Y
John N. Mustv, South Wales. N. Y.
James Edward Nagle, Matawan. K. J.
Haron Newbury. Marceli Minn.
William H. Oelrich. Jersey City. N. J.
Joseph Paxton. Milwaukee, Wls.
Wm. F. H. SchHdhach. Peoria, 111.
Charles T. Schwingte. Naples. N. Y.
Fred C. Wails. Spargarsville, Ohio.
'laude E. Wernettc. Caledonia. Mich.
E. D. V. Bosch. Grand Haven. Mich.
G omir.icl: Cantero. Tacoma, Wash.
Irr. E- Chatfman. Baltimore, Md.
Harold G. Chapman. Brooklyn, tt. Y.
Nicola CBIaroaal, Boston. Mase*
Edward F. Cranford. Empire, Ga.
IT Y LIST
! Vernon L. Danlelson. Waupaca. Wls.
I Frank J. Devine. Baltimore. Md.
! Michael J. Dooley. Charlestown, Mass.
Frank Fabich. Hammond. Ind.
Ernest M. Faichney, Dugan Hill. N. Y.
! Salvati Fratino. Saugatuck. Conn.
I PhHIlp W. Fraaer. Montpeller. Vt.
: Wm. J. FronUla. I-esad City. S. Dak.
' Robert Gibson. Wellsvllle, Ohio.
I Wilson E. Grave, Minneapolis. Minn.
Alt Beni. Harris, Bull? Gap, Tenn.
I George L. Harris, Nettleton. Ark.
; Frank E. Hogg. Homestead. Pa.
I Archie G. Houaand, Brooklyn. Ind.
I John Jlombottistl. Amsterdam, N. Y.
Hl.?l.a I* ?e-llmi.
CORPORALE.
i Havrry Leonard Frisselt. August??. Ga
Edwaxd H. MacDonald, Chester, Conn.
PRIVATES.
Ulysse? Arhontou?. Thompsonvllle, Ct.
William J. Bachman, Allentown, Pa
Lawrence L. Benedict, Itahway. N. J.
Joa. H. Murphy. Philadelphia, Pa.
Torva! Nelson, Albert I.ea, Minn.
R. Nt, NMckerson, Grand Junction. Col.
Erwin Eugene Rauch. Emaus, Pa
Wallace R. Reid, Philadelphia. Pa.
! Charles W, Arndt, Allentown, Pa.
Bradley O. Ellis, E.lmwood, Okla.
Wilbert F. Fee. Cut Bank. Mont.
Floyd L. Fredericks, I-e.-.lay, Oklv.
Harry W. Garland. Eunice, La_
Nicholas Hermes, Wahpeton, N. D.
William H. Hock, Chicago, 111.
Louis Kaplan, New York, N. Y.
Marino La Pietra. Aikensvllle. N. Y.
Lester Letti. Sturgeon Bay. Wis.
Peter Mandick. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Allie Mulberry, Arlington. Ohio.
G. J. O'Connor, l'nion City. Ind.
Elvln !.. Peterson. Olivia. Minn.
Constantlne Fiehexxl. Phlla.. Pa.?
Owen B. Quinn. Harrison. N. J.
William O. Tolbert, I'aducah, Ky.
Fred Tripp, San Jacinto, Cal.
Chester V. Tronc. Minn, S. Dale
Jose O. Trujillo, i:onJilon, N. Mex.
Anton Wecker, Osmond, Nebr.
Walter W. Welher, Cleveland, Ohio.
Carl A. Wells, Smlthdale. Miss.
Harry Westphal. Grand Island, Nebr.
Everett C. Wheeler, Riverside, Cal.
C. S. F. Wllladsen. Marquette. Nebr.
Claud Williams. Hemet. Cal.
Richard Wllloughby, Perrinton. Mich.
Clarence Rhtnehart, Jersey Shore. Pa,
Harry Schuck. East Orange, N. J.
Leo E. Scott, House, N. Mex.
Edward M. Sharp, Loup City, Nebr.
Michael J. Sheehan, Taunton, Mass.
Charles A. Shirley, Lawrence. Nebr.
Ben B. Simpson. Lafayette. Tenn.
William S. Sneff, Philadelphia. Pa.
William A. Snyder, Piedmont, Okla.
James A, Stanley, Hollidnysburg. Pa
Edward J. Sullivan, Andover, Mass.
George E. Tabor, Manitou. Colo.
Elbert L. Thompklns, Rugby, Tenn.
Vito Valeche, Sargusa lacntint. Italy.
Charley Vetter, Nashua. Iowa.
James II. Young. Hamilton. Ala.
Georse L. Zabolsky, Shamokin. la.
MARINE CORPS.
Summary of tasnaltlea to Date.
Offlcers:
Deaths . ?o
Wounded . O?
Missing . 1
-1 104
Enlisted men:
Deaths . 951
Wounded .1,933
In hands of enemy. 11
Misaine . 151
-S.<VI7
Total .s.ir-1
The following casualties are re
rurted by the commanding general of
the American Expeditionary Forcer,
'included in above total):
Killed ln action. ?.
Killed accidentally . 1
Died o? wounds received in
action . ;
Wounded in action .severely)_ f.
MUsing ?n action. 2
19
Killed li? Artien.
2nd LL J. W. Overton, Nashville,
Tenn.
CORPORALS.
EdwfiAl Naden. Newaik. N. J. '
Edw. ft. Oelschlaeger. Hoboken, N. J.
PRIVATES.
Alex G. Chrlstoffersen. Plnneo, Colo.
T. Edge. East Chattanooga. Tenn
Charles McMencmy. Philadelphia. Pa.
Benjamin Peeler, High Shoals. Ga.
Joserh L. Rishel. Hutchlnson, Kans.
Killed Accidentally.
Sit James Mattsen. Winthrop. Minn.
Died of W.aadi Received In Aetloa.
1st. Lt Donald Gordon. Paris. France.
Sgt. Lloyd Brosius. Carthage. Mo.
?????'? la Action (Severely.)
Corp. D. T. McKenna. Roxbury. Mass.
PRIVATES.
Andrew L. S. Shepard, Elyria. Ohio.
Royal H. C. Shepherd. Houston. Tex.
George N. Snyder, Cleveland. Ohio
Lloyd E. Pike, Silver Springs. ?. Y.
Clarence A. 8hedden, Dundee, ?1.
v.i..mi In Action.
PRIVATES a
Norman S. Lomas, Philadelphia, Pa.
Malcolm E. Webster, Wollaston, Mais.
Live Neu
mudlarks!"
their glory
Form Players Jolted When
Outsiders Score in Sea of
Mud at Havre de Grace.
Havre de Grace. Md., ?ept 30 ?
With mudlarks cavorting In a sea
of mud and past performances count
ing for practically nothing, form
players received Jolt after Jolt in the
running of the seven races on the
card at Havre do Grace tills after
noon.
Although ihre? of the favorites
managed to step down in front the
other four winners were such rank
outsiders th&t the students of form
were In a quandary the most of the
afternoon. A drizzling rain, which
at times would develop Into a steady
downpour, made the afternoon un
pleasant and kept the track almost
entirely under water. Colors were
indistinguishable and the winners
were almost unknown until after
they had passed unaer the wire.
Tommy-Waac started the ball roll
ing for the players of talent when
he scored rather easily over a shiny
field in the first ram. Left Fielder
ran second snd poultncy managed to
get up third in a driving linlsh. The
winner made every post a winning
one.
Celto. owned by Dr. J. 8. Tyre*,
the Washington turfman, scored over
King Neptune ln the bani^er race
of the afternoon. The winner ran
closely lapped on King during the
greater part of the Journey and when
called upon In the last sixteenth
pulled away to win by half a length.
Bar of Phoenix, ?e\eral lengths In
the rear, managed to land third place
from Graniate.
Candidate If accounted for the sec
ond race ami was a well-played favor
ite. Zinnia, a fl.-M horse, ran second,
paying the enormous odds of 41 to 1.
However, he finish?! severa le .gths
in the rear of the winner. O'Maliey,
who ran a creditable race, saved third
very easily. ? large field started In
this race and the picking was found
extremely difficult.
In the following number a large
Held also paraded to tho post and
again the talent suffered a Jolt when
Pepper, a half-mile runner, made
??very poet a winning one and paid
almost 7 to 1. Sister Emblem, an
other long shot from tho bush tracks
was the runner-up and Belle Ringer,
the favorite, savtxl third.
The fifth race was woa handily by
Vocabulary, with M?-diii8?r second, and
Helen Atkln. the chelee, third. The
winner Paid almost 13 to 1. He set
the pace and then won going away.
ln the sixth race Wood Violet finally
scored over Kezia H.. who was sec
ond, and May W.. who showed. The
winner won easily and was never ex
tended.
The nltrhtcnp was taken by Mis?!
Fllley. who paid l?eti?-r than 6 to I.
??espite the fact that she had won two
days prior on the same course at bet
tor than 20 to 1. She ran a great
race and proved to her followers tha;
a muddy track was her main forte.
Tootsie ran second and Fairy legend
third. Julia L., the prospective choice,
ran unplaced. The summary:
llllsT KACF>-Rre ani ? lia'f r-.flor.s,
T?mjai? Wait?. 115 IRedrijwa . f. S?. 4?. IM.
Left Flelda?, Y2 CHulT'. U.a. 5.5?: Pouline?.
113 !P?rrin?rton',, 3 10. Tun?-. 1 ffi " 5 IT. Rae,
Tidal, Frank (shannon, Royal Kaaor::??. W?
?ar??ks. U ?? Iti.! alao ras.
SECOND ICA'^E?Mile ?nd serrer.?, ?arda:
fandidat?. HO .JobnanaV., S.W 3 SO. ? ft; Zinnia.
Ill (Hulfl. Si.60. ?.W: Oinalley, 1? (OolliB.)
tjt. Time. 1:3-1. Co'ilet. Matoaka, Jack Daw
-.... ? , L??De Lett?. Pay Break, fuel* S?c<:,
M? : -frt ?.??> ran.
TH1H.D RACE-Sit furio???. Pepp?. Ill
'Huff1. I?.*-?. ??.SO. i.lO: Sister Emblem, '.:
O'Brien;, -?:<? 1310; Ilei! Hiraer. : ;*"> ITre?
1er . "?."?. Time. 1 V. 3-S., Blue Bannock-, i? .
nit. 3rd. rtan.-ia Oaart'iM, Karl? Sight Sto?
Heattt. Bill riilumou?. Own Tr??e. P^':;. J,
Tal. Bwrer alao ran.
FOURTH F.ArF?Mi'. ?nd aerai'-?? yard?:
CVaite, 113 iParrintttoai1. 3.? lie), 2.10: Kins
Neptune. !15 fAmlargSe?. 2.7?, '."30; Par ??:
Plin.r.u, 110 (Sulker!. ITO. Time. Is? ?-ti.
Ampere 2tiii. Oraphi?. LoneUnd ala? ran.
FIFTH ???G?-??!. and ?iiteamtli : \ ocat??.?
1?1T. S7 (-"nelrlaaman?. 31.90. It?. 4.40; Med.:?J.
97 'Stalker'. 6.60. ia*; Helen Alimi. 102 (Salad.?.
2.30. Tim., IM. '?paetiDS?. Molly O, Gl*-y
Belile. Odalisque also ran.
SIXTH H.\r-E-Mile and airteent!: : tv vd
Violet. IE Sande'. 4.50, 3.00, 2.40; Keiiah, 1?
'sterline'. 4.3U. 'X; Muy W, 10 (Saddaman),
.?.??-J. Tiice. lft Nett.e W.ilcvtt. Generic?
?, Candelaria, ??asarviran al?, rea.
?H't-?1H It\<'li-Tlire.!e?ro;t" ?mi .
mj??i ar.J ??rteenth: M?as Filie.?. 1!0 'Pirien? .
14.?, ?.?. ?IC; Tuttiie. IO 'Sande'?. 3.X, i??;
I Fairy Laagen.l, J': 'Johnson?, ?Von. -Tim?. ?
Julia L, Freda Johnsen?, Great Dolly alsj G??.
BALMY BENNY
AND IT'S SOMK WAR HE
STARTED.
By AHERN
isjind Vi
SECTION ONE.
Leading teams to play off tie next
week.
Standing af the Ciaba.
Won Lost Pet.
Marines. -, ? .Sii
War Risk. r? ? ,gSS
Cappub. 2 4 .Zfi
SECTION TWO.
Yesterday's Results.
Rain.
Where They Ptay.
Army vs. Navy Yard,
At Union League Park.
Clarendon vs. Operations,
At American League Perk.'
Standing of the Clnba,
Won Lost Pct.j
Navy Yard. 4 0 l,00(f
Operations. s 1 ,8i3
Clarendon. i 2 .500
lie? A. C. 1 S .167
Army Medicos. 1 5 .167
RAIN CAUSES
NEW SCHEDULE
District Baseball Associa
tion Governing Board Re
vises List of Games.
The old weather man handed a
knock-out punch to the District Un.- -
| ball Association yesterday when rain
cau*ed a postponement of the Medico
Navy Yard (rame. President Bob
Doyle, of the awociation, called a
meeting of th*s board of governors
last nicht. This meeting was held in
order to arrange the schedule so a.??, to
beat both the weather man, tie bat
tles nnd the Spanish influenza, if
necessary.
The ?aane s.-heduled for yest**rdfl>
between IVavy Yard and Medicos will
b?a played today at l'nion Ideagli?;
Park, while the Operations and Clar
endon train?, who are still pennant
ronteruivr* tn Section 2, battle at
Amerinn ?-eagu.? Park. I'mpire?
Betta a;id Carr have be?-n assigne,] io
the northeast game, while Hugh??-?*
|and H an dl bo? will work in the con
test at the 1>1# stadium.
The board, after much considera
tion, di-?? irted to stage a ?double-header
at the American League Park on Sun
day? The War Risk team and M.i
Hne ?flub, -contenders in Section 1. fit.?
booked for the first game, while th?
Navy Yard and CI.t rend on will play
their regularly scheduled game as th?'
nightcap. The Hex Athletic Oub
Medico battle, which was booked for
the Nationals' home ground-", Is belnir
transferred to the irnion Txsgue Park
in ordor to give the northeast follow
ers of the series a chance to witness
a Sunday battle.
The board to??k thie action. await
In^ the approval of Capt. Craig, ath
letic officer of the Marine Corps, and
Manager Nelson, of the War Risk
Club. Their approval ts cxp-cted this
morning.
A*vondin.7 to th? schedule N'aw
Yard and Operano!.s aro booked at
American Trague Park on Monday.
while Tuesday will see CIa."-"-ndon
battling the Navy Yard Club at th"
same park. This date was advanced
from Thursday in order to shorten
the season and allow a leadway for
I the intersections garnis on S.ttur
| day. Rex and Clarendon are hooked
j for a gam*, on Wednesday at the
? league park which would leave two
oi>eii daK? and possibly three for the
staging of tie games ?and, postpone
Imentp which might arise.
Those present at tl? board meetlne
who passed upon this ??suo wer*'
President Robert K. Doyle. Bryan
Monte and John A. Dugan nf the
board of governors, The irlirdul^ Is
an follow?:
Today-Army Medicos v?. Nary
Yard, at T'nlon l-Va^ue park. Via
pires, Ketta and Carr. Operations vs.
j Clarendon, Am*-rira ? I.? agu<? l'.irk.
Umpires. Hughes and Handil-?.
Sunday, Sept. 22? War Rtek va.
Marines and Navy Yard vs. Claret -
?don. at American .Vacue Park Rex
I A. C. vs. Army Medicos, at L'nion
League Park.
Monday, Sept. 25?Navy Yard vs.
Operations, at American League Par*?
luesday, Sept. 24~Ciarondon v?.
Navy Yard, at American L??eapu<
Park.
Y\ ??dncsday. fept. 2~? Rex ?? C. rs.
Clarendon, at American League Park.
Thursday. Bept. -'??Open date.
Play off jioatporcmentsi.
Friday, Sept. 27?Open date. (Play
ofr i?ostponementsJ.
Saturday, Sept. ?-Open date. (Play
off postponements if necess..ry>.
Sunday, Sept. 2G*?Inter-sect !??.??
series.
LONG SHOTS SCORE
AT AQUEDUCT TRACK
Aqueduct Race* Track, ?Sept. ? ? Taro
long shots at the juicy odd.? of in to
1-Sky Man ln the first, and No I.nwn
In the last?made fat winnings for a
few bettor?, this afternoon.
The Glen Cove selling stakes, purse
?2.000. was not much of a contest, only
two horses accepting the Issue. Faua
? man won, but he had to be much th.?
Lest to get home in front. He wa*
) shut off at the far turn and had to
?t? to the outside to get tn the
? front. He outgamed Compadre in the
final drive.
The latter was handicapped a? he
ran through the deep gom? near the
rail all through the strafeli. Favorites
carried off the second, third nnd flf'li
events. The track w.-i? very hea'.v
and the crowd thin. The suinn . ?
FIRST lUCt-Sii f,,tin.s?. Skr Ms?', '??
'Wall?), Ulto?, ? to. 1. ? te? 1: G?
???!?-.*1. Ui? i,* tr, 5. j t? ;,. HinJanstat .
1"', tltetJleP. Jt lo ]. ? to 1. ? lo '.. Time.
:: ?. r.uaiaJa. JHortnc. L, I:..
.Nst-li Your Stitc!:, ' *! o..t Fair, . ?';.:? .
\ A.ietin. Preciou? lenii, Marion su'..- tiro rail.
SIlCuND BACaVUtav. furloeie?: Sk?-*r. .*5
?I?lV?ihotii, ( I. !, 1 to ; I ? I; Sherman
A, lCs iWakesvffi. ? ta 1 ? (o 1, ? !n 2;
? Brilht Light?, 111 (SchuttiniKr). ? te I. ? Ir? 5,
1 las X Tim?, ? 4 5. Massi? Mailand, (>n
I pliai?. Rol Oli?; .nd Gatti also ran.
THIRD ItACK-n?, furio, s? T*oto. 1?
Heyne!, ? to 5. ! lo ?. 1 to t; Balustrade IH
(ScHut'Iaver), ? to ?. ? to 6. 2 to 5: Mimi??.
I va IKelaarj-l. I to t J ts 2. J to | Tim?. ?
Bo. ?telle. Young Adam, Peter ,t,? r?n.
F?JFRTH RACE-Sevesn fnrlor??: Panamsn.
110 (Robinson). 9 to 10. ?it. -nut: Compatire,
lie (Schuttinge?), ? to ]t), out ?nd out. Only
two stan>ee. Tim?. 1 ?*J J.?;
FIFTH RACE-On? mi!.: Poacher. I1?
fT.jkel. 9 to 10, 1 to Jp OTt. jacI Mount, IB".
(McAte.). 3 to 1. ? to 5. 1 to J Broom Pei
rller. "9 (Presse.). 10 to 1. ? to 1, ? to S Tim?.
1:41 S-5. Mis. Beva, (.rderls Past Masler
Sti.idiTavrin?. lntto-ier. Blu. Thistle also ran.
SIXTH RACfc-Sii ?urlone., ?io Levwn, 115
(Robinson), 10 ?a 1, t to 1, ? to 1 : Phslaria.
US (McAte?), ( to 1. | to 2. ? to 5: Aasign.
1!5 (Ilio.). ? to 1. S to 1. I to 5 Tim?. Id?.
TInu.li. Tvpist. Dick Miller, Mart!? V, Pol!?'
Anna. Bill iMcCloy, Impetus. Bright An.il.
Henrr <:. Alibi. Golden King, ImpairU-h'.?,
Cheatc-a* Tern ?lso ran.
Dickinwn WiU Hare Team-*
Carlisle. Pa. sept. fa, lsjr|rin|ni<
; College will run a football p.ograM
I along the suggested lines for insLitu
? lions where there are student traln
j ing camps, according to a deciedon of
I the official?. The revised ?chaule
wUi bt announced this weelt
ews of ti
SOR BRIAR ???
LAUREL TRACK
Kilmer's Great 3-Year Old
in Trim for Match Race
with Roamer.
Laurel. Md.. Sept. ?.?The arrival
of W. Pharp Kllmer-s Sun Briar,
which Is accredited with having run
the fastest mile over a track, with a
turn by a thoroughbred, was quite an
interesting even*, y est trefe y at the
course of tho Southern Maryland
Fair at Laurel Park. Sun Briar has
been brought hero by Henry Mc
Danlel. trainer of the stable of a
Blnghamton (HT. y.) millionaire, for
the express purpose of meeting
Andrew Miller's wonderful aged geld
ing, l?oamer. lu a match race, which
is to i?e one of the special features
of next month's racing on the State
fair track. - .
While It is reported that Mr. Kil
mer, tho owner of the great ?on of
Sundridge. recognized hy many turf
experts as the greatest three-year
old of the year, does not favor a
third horse in the match to ts*e place
here about the middle of October,
tirar? is ?very likelihood of Com
mander J. ?. L. Ross' Cudgel going
to the post. H. Guy Bedwell. who
trains Cudgel and the champion two
year-old nf the year, Biily Kell\, has
challenged Sun Briar and Roamer.
Co). Matt Wlnn, who Is to stag,
next month's big test, thinks favor
ably of making lt a three-horse ?1
falr. Inasmuch as Cudgel has pro?.?
his right to be olasse-d with th? great
eat horsa?s of the year, the strong son
of Uro?misti? k-Eugenia Burch. bavins
I demonstrated by hia victory over
Roamer In the Brooklyn Handicap,
feat ?if Omar Khayyam In th?
siring -,t Pimlleo. hi? wining of the
I Kentucky Handicap-from a field of
| worthies and his ?lefeat of West?
; Hogai!, the conqueror of Omar
? Khayyam in the running of the B..?a ?
j Handicap at l'imllco, in the Hehenec
I tady Handicap, in which he got a neu
American mark for a mile and thr??.-.
-ixt.-enths. that he Is in the s?dc-. 1
' - lass of performers for the lids, not ti
I .?peak of his sterling races as
a three-year-old last season, when
he was considered the equal of Hour
r less and Omar Khayyam, the Eaatern
champions. Cudgel was the best
! horse in Kentucky last season, which
! prompt?-d Comman?i?-r Ross to pur-I
| chese him from John W Schorr ol
! Memphis, for ?30.0OO.
j ?"udg*d is now at Havre de Grace
, with the rest of the Ross string.
he will he moved to I?aurel next tara?, ?
? as will Koamer which Is now at Bel
mont Park. According to Trainer Mc. I
Daniel of S-inhriar the imported c?ilt ]
. is in the pink of condition and, while
: he declines to commit himself, it can
, ?. from his line of tolk thi;
: h?? does not think there is a hor??- n
training that if t?unbriar get? an evert"
break, can ge? horn?? before th?? Kilmer
; ' oit McDaniel is elated over lh? way
Sunti lar has be.-n training ? ?r
; match with Roamer. McDaniel
brought from Saratoga ell ol the
e-, unes that carried the slks of Mr.
! Kilmer during the campaign on the
t metropolitan tra? ks. ;? majority of
which are two-year-olds.
! Bunbriar'a ?m?rtest sta*!?> com
panion, exterminator, the winner of
?the Kentucky Derby, i" which he de
I fatata*?, VT. King Macombcr's rreak
| res.? winner. War Cloud, the -lassi'
!anent of tic s>w Louisville Jo?'k? >
<"-|ub. at Churchill Uovn?, icroni?
I psnled the Kilmer stable to Laurel
! Park. and. like Sunbrlar, he is tit
; to race for a kinji's ransom. Ext? r
minator, whose stronghold ir In the
I mud. in which sort of going h.? won
? tha ?ierhy. will be seen und?-r the
? Kilmer silks in the princinHl tjandi
I caps for 3-year-olds, the Baltimore.
' u .?hir.?rton, the Dixie and the Na
) tionat.
' While Havre d?> Grace and Aiue
! duet are dickering for the 2-ya ?ar-ol.i
?special, with Billy Kell?. Eternal an?i
1-urchasc us the starta-rs, the ??.??>
land Slate Fair w'll. In all probabil
ity, get it for these two paramount
reasons: Col. Matt Wmn's induce
ments are reported to 1-e more
live, and Guy Bodwell. trainer ??f
Billy Kelly, which Is the hampion
and a champion is always lh? prtn
? ipal attraction, favors J>aur. 1 1'ark
as the battleground.
LEXINGTON RESULTS.
I rtr.-T KMT, ?.? tmrntnt? G ?'
(lauaasfordl, 15.?. a e "'? G. il r
? ?imi? >l ., i 7?. le*?; l'a.? ? - Il ?
' ici . IS?, Tube. 1.13 1-6. ?'???'a P'
I- - ?i.? rar..
SUfOMI- 11A<'K-TVj-tt??? '*?? ""?
hslf i irloosa: ?-alan?. ;:: il'o 1!
<-': l.'.lic Trauter. 131 ?.u., ?
: Merrn I ?' I ? -". ! -i. Tuaie. ? ?? 3
' H.-.??, Kl corone!, K.u ?leerer, ?_ ??.?"-. I'
Kloethe, r.-.rkins. Judae l?a?i?. ?.?.^icy Re:
. .. ? and Emanalo ala? ras?.
THli:i> RACE-Mil. ari ? fr?.?- '
. ... IC (Lunafotu', 9JO. .60 an: oalt; BnVJ
\cur. 113 (OomieUyi. C90. out: Moacats. :?.'
. ll-?aol), cit. Time, 1:51 4 5. Klray ai?? ran.
??G??? RACE-Mit. ami ? ?iiuemh:
. Trapparg. 110 iMurphyi. ???. U.M. ?-*: l'f
i ton, 106 (Smith), 3.70. aj.00: Diadi. 1C7 li".
Jitckarn*. 14.70. No time giaco. T??rk. Jef
frey. Night ?"nal, \?t*ad?Trf?-th*a L*st. t?*2??i.m?.
| Albana, l'iiiliatin?, U,b and 111* F.lloir alto
? ran.
FIFTH ?ACTJ-Futurity course: Manicuria?.
i ir* (Garrea?), IK.TO. 7?. 6>?; Psatcmwu. Ill
I il'ool!. Sl.fQ. 1S30; Humrauina. Iti '?vederi?!.
?Ot?. Time. 1:11. Lucky Pearl. Ma 1. n 1-ane.
Kitty Johnston, ?.nldatono. Exempted, Leseti
Pay. l'araaeay. Legar?- alao ran.
: SIXTH RACE-Mile. Pif. ?t. (no ?reicht!.
-a. "T0. 2.40. no ?.?eke?; Kama. 9? 'Lnn?
tord). ;.?, 2.f0: rteer Lasader. iJ 'Howardi.
ZM. Tim??, ! 23 aV5, Opportun.?-, J. J. Mur
. d ick also ran.
-UVLTNTH ItACat-Mile ari ? ??tarenth:
- ..juta. 104 'Garnet'. ??.IO 4.80, ?JO; Gee?\ ' I.. ?
j : I (LunaafoTdl, 4.G1, i."?J: CaaJXaio H.dgcs. ?K
?: : >'. J.?'?. Tim.?, it? ?.. ttwten Hutti.
? 1? .a: iali Clid. Ite-? Sitar. Paladita. J :-ico It'right
i.u. WeanefitJ. Uiue Mainel. U>:Saaajton, l'olla
Blue Mountain Soccer Ltifue.
llothlehcm. Pa.. Sept. IS.?Oie ?!?:.
I Mountaki Socccr^.eague ??as i?p.
' "aiiized here today end then lh'
:? -'in will be run ?m a considerai?...
lai ?er scale than last year, the gov
j eminent recreation caammunity st-rv
? ice committee here taking hand in
I the movement. H. E. Lewis vas
; chosen honorary president, with E.
M. Kingsbury. president: William
Lynn, vice praaldent; G. P. Carpen
ter, secretary, and H. J. Morris.y.
| treasurer. Bethlehem, Allentown,
and Hcllertown teams will be rep
resented this year.
WESLEYAN IN THE RING.
Middle town. Conn.. Sent. 20.?V?ex
! ^yan today announced that it is to
, have a football eleven thi? fall. Ru?>
j sell H. Anderpoff, of Bridgeboro, S.
\X.. waa elected captain by the three
? members of last year's varafty, who
| still are In college.
, Anderson la a junior and played
a ptrong game at right tackle last
! season. He is -a member of the
I Omepa Phi Fraternity and played
?center on the baeket-bnll five last
, w ini ef.
Gilhooley in Shipyard.
OutlMMar aU-bootey, uf il^ Hem
1 Vnii?; Yunikcjes im* siened to work
for the T(?ledo Shipbuilding Com
! panjr, and to play with ita team on
[the side. Tnlt.it. la Iha home yf G)l
he Sporti?
Eedwrll Want? Guarantee.
Havre de Grace, Sept. 50.?"If
the Aqueduct track wanta Billy
Kelly to rac* over Ita couraa It
will have to guarantee hla train
er, H. O. Bedwell, $2.500 In caae
th? proposed aweepatertcea be
tween the 2-year-old Eternal and
Purchase should b? declared off.
T'nless thla guarantee is forth
coming, - Billy Kelly will not
leave Maryland. ? The condltlona
of the race call for a good day
and track, said Trainer Bedwell
tonlarht.
LIBERTY HUT
BOXING BOUTS
"Y" Has Girded Attractive
Progr?am at Union Station
Pla^ Tonight.
The fur will fly tonight at the T.
M. C A. Liberty Hut on the piara
near L'nion Station when aererai ta
tercamp wreptUng and boxing bouts
are scheduled to be held. Roldar
boya from Camp Humphrey?, Gleiter.
M'-adf. Potomac Park and Quantico
will exchange punches in the roped
arena along with the exponents of
th*- Jiu Jiteu.
s? ? retary Bryant, In charge of the
Liberly Hut, ha? arranged an elab
orate program. Prof. Whip, boxing
instructor of the Whit?? House in
Pr.t.?mac Park, along with Mike
Mulroy, th" former feather-weight
champion, have a'-?-? < ontributed at
tractions that should be worth while
witnessing
Because of the ??mall seating ca
pacity of the auditorium at the Lih
erty Hut these boute are carded for
only men in uniform. ?Secretary
Pryant issues an invitation to ^11
???oldier??.. sailors and marints to at
tend thi*? athletic n?t.i?-rt, aa Prof
Whip will explain the boxing rules
go* -i ning ail bouts in camp and
?-?.ntonnient?1. These rules ?ere rr
rently issued by the War Ifo-pait
ment Commission on Training Camp
Activities.
Besides rom*--ts between the men
in uniform? a trio of professional
h.-uts ?re hook? d. Tommy Lowe,
th?a pride of the local roped arena,
who has held the lip-u-weipht cham?
p t unship of the South for ten years
?.- more, will meet Kid Burns, of
Xew York, a*- a star attraction over
? four-round route. Mike Mulroy
and Kid Murphy, another local
?iclit-weight. mir slated in another
attraction, while f^l^mon Lowe end
Herbert Fyre will also battle four
round?.
i'rof. Whip and his brother will
give an exhibit ion undtr War l)e~
.?partment regulations to statt th?'
program. >*. G. O'Connor and Jo?
Fr?-' man. the well-know ? local ref
erees, will alternate in the boats.
Th<" first *et-to will get und-tr way
at 1 SO o'clock. ?
OUIMET QUITS GOLF
FOR PERIOD OF WAR
Boston. Sept. 2**.?Lieut. Francl*
' Ouimet announced last night that
,he will play no m?re golf for th*
| period of the war. Since joining
?the army about a jea?? ago he has
[ partir,pati d in many matches for
.the Red Cross and for tt.? Camp De
vena AtWetic Equipment Fund, rais
ing a larg?' sum of money. Since
receiving his commission he ha*
been finding it difficult to epare*T.hc
[ time for these contents.
Babe Ruth Got $1,300
For Pitching One Game
Xew York. S? pt. ???For
nin?1 Innings ag.aln.tt the -Hartford.
? 'on r.. clun last .^ufida y. Babe Rut .?
received mo ?? n.on? ?> than ?? ..
of the w ??: 1?! -.-ri?1 ? with ?..?? Cub
For work?ne ih,it one gam?? Itutli was
given $1 .::<"*. while in the m\ worM
?erfva gam? s his sharo wa? i
ll.li?. Ruth i-t ut big Orman*.) through
out N? w Kngland and the indepen-h nt
club which played against Hartford
bad to hi4 high to get the Mg Rod
! Sox hurle;? to pitch the same. Th?
? pa me mas ?"\t>nsiv.]y advertised anil
Imi immense i"w?i turned ?ojt to ??-f
? ? and lain his game. 11- ti ;
not hit any home run?, ".,owe\er.
Jamaica Fall Meeting
Will End Race Season
New Tork. Sept. ???Ra? in?,
hooks for the fall meeting ot th?
I Metropolitan Jockey Club on th?
, Jamaica track have been i=?ueii
?There will be twelve days of racing
?with a stnke feature each day.
j The meeting starts on Monday
tSeptember 30. and the curtain wll
j be rung down on the season h< re or
?Columbus Day. October 1G. Th.
?slake events carded are the Mine?
j ola Handicap. Gowanus Stakt s
?Remsen Handicap. October Handl
'cap, Lynbrook Stakes. Pierrcponl
! Handicap, Belgrade Stake?;. Hiawa
I tha Handicap. Montague Handicap
?Oceeanus Handicap. ? Ihr. m bra
? Stakes ar.d Continental Handicap.
FootbDll Coach and Wife
Both in U. S. Service
; New T?-.-. S rH Grani Ward
formel ;? as.- -' ? ' football oach a'
? ? mio Sta ??"??? ot the Co
lumbus deportment of increati??: . liai
* he 'war serv
Ire-. ?;.??::? li m-U - at <; .-'it Lake?
in the naval training .-chool and Mi*
Ward a few days ago 1-ft for Xor?
f ?Ik. Va., to join the navy as a ftlrt
claaa j ??orr.an. Her clerical servie* ?
will relieve a man for active ?ut>
? on tho eea.
HAVRE DE CACE ENTRIES.
riBST RACX-Oa? and onev-rtitasefUli am)'?,
rhnrti?. ;.2; liaxkerr, 116: Dr. ?TrUTvaDt. II!
ranau, LJ, Marbi.hesad. US; Teleliis, 111
Vslct. ?tr.; C. M Mill?.. US; Casa. lT?.ns
113; llraera-ateT. U?; EajsUDt, UJ; Star ?Shooter
110: Humiliation. IOC.
SKOn*vt> KArE-Abn.il * milea. New H?
??. 1?; DnamaUirse. :a?: llddem?'? IM; G.?
Mel Ml?, 122; Pvarioa Hiver, !C; Cld Bond
1": Util? H.m. IH
nillD KACssV-I ? hirliievpa. Pr. J">insvan
l'i: Maar Muid. 116; Urne? urte. Ill MaHsaJJa
Il?; Koeejn-oursd. IM. ?Jota E.cbanaT?, . :.', To
me?lo, lio.
~*OI'HTH BAv.'B->?ia furl .... ?Uli? Kell.
133; Sir Barton. 116. Miikn..ai,l, 111. K.:>iinaan
101; Batrherra. ?, ?. Pr?:.? lit, llfut'i-dl?
1:6; Passing Shosre?. *.:.; Daiiilr I.
ni-TR .ACT Ossi Hi issaiainni
Al'ltbaniu. Iff.; l'unii est ti.? **?a
Broderlct. Js>2: Keniiui- 1 Mi *?:?
tm^. I"?; ?vite )(?; eTauWaes.
SIXTH BACat ?tan iti oa? -
Kddi. Henrj. ?.C; I...V. ];; JtAt..
.?jnasnr?. ..??. KJj f |i, ? ivej
:?: J-riisr. iifu
u??. ??; ?,??.a^
Uiuvri*. irT; ??cea. R'as?.-li Jss*.
, evj.vKNTir uArr. - .???
jsnile.. AititraU.:
s?: Alni 1- ST. te. Haaaaajajgas. MC
ig World
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7th at E Sl
? Men's Suits i
I
$1 Q.75
19
?An attrattive price, mat the
sulta are even more attrai?? ?
tlve: fact is. they're better
. than any ?ther suits you'll
j see at anything near tbe ,
j price. ? I
?All new models ? smart I
style? for younc men ss ?ell
? as suitable styles for conserv
ative dresaers?best grades |
J of novelty fabrics and neat '
? mixtures. ?
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clothing- na?*da
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TITLE BATTLE
?ennv Insists Bout with
Lew-is Must Be for Wel
ter Championship.
| New Tork, Sept. ?-?Benny taAon
ard haa hia heart set on wmninr tha
world'* welt? TWMCht championship
when he mMi Ted f'KM") I/wi?
at Wiedenmaycr> Park in Newark
. next Monday night Leonard made
this plain to the -sere of nom
rtif? who watched htm in hi* train
ine at Grupp's Gym yesterday after
noon.
Ix-onard and his manarcr. Billr
Gil,son. took e?pec lai pain* to infnrr?
th' ?cribe* that they will leave it to
1 ? ? - to nam? the weipht at which
' hii title would be imolved. Th*y do
not tare what weicht ihe chirapior,
deaJmatoa, just fi lonp ae hi* crown
j is at stake.
"I am re-ady to tear up the present
? aiiiUe* " said L-eoMrd afur
| workout, "and it is up to Lewie ;o
i sav at wha' v i|;h' ne c*!.
j ffnd his champio-n*h'p H*? ea?
ppunda at ? r? cioc-fc. ot
rinjnMe. I -ri-r.ii ? car? "?hat w??i_- t
he deod-ea on. 1 in after ?hit Ulk
*??1 I do no! want to c ? r,rr m
chanca for an 'out' ir.
him pot, which ? ?Xpert to ?
Ktter neariv on hour of roir
I..C wnrK, Wi.icil
shadow gparritur. ha?r ; .nt
| handha'1 ar.?: skipping th* t*?t*-.
I L*M>nard hopped Into th* *
i called for \ ?.lunteer sparring T-ari
Bcnny Yalg. r, WUIt* Jack?-.)
|anU Clay ?'tt- ? -d and ba
; took them on in that order
Tho hoxinp ?<-fsion *ds the most
?pirttod Leonard ha* e\*r eneac-eo ?
while trainine for a m.v h H* toc?,
?? each of Umm ? ???netti haul, r?
for two thr*-e-minute : <? :nd.?.
NEWARK BOUT TO BE
FOR WELTER TITLE
t New York. S.-r-?. > -
[ G?.at Rent, y Leonard . :
G-ewi* when they rot
mayer* Park, S'ewrari
tbe Wfllerweip[;T ; - :.
hands accontine to r. \. pro
mott-r of th?? mal
? When G an
to wcUh in : t " II ? t .
afternoon of th?* fichi
upon Is-'W I*
w.-? wouUi cla
if Benn> .-*
?
? <tli- rw *??>? I -
t tir,* I^ewis mak? ,v ? U
J It\ ill !
?' G-?!? th* ? ari-ous cl.tjM-ea t bett*
'??? i*_ pounds. If Tx.wis ?-ontends tl
? -let hiri
, come in at an- Pther art
1 latea, l ut 1 impre?ed ur?on him ? .
? title was :.t stake and he re-a?..'
I agreed with me."
HUSTON LIEUT. COLONEL.
New York Baseball Magnate Pro
moled in France.
Vow Tork. S^pt ;n ?a cal
from Franc* conveys the Inte!
ene that Til Huston, half owner
of the New Tork Tank?"-?.
promoted to the rank of lieut?-natil
. colonel.
I ??Capt.." as he !* familiari?
to his friend??, ??rpnni?cd a -???.
of railwny ? ? -
town. Cincinnati mmeaUnt*?!? upon
tu?? .?uthr.ek oi ? ? wai
pani???! il to 1
i'ominii?? ?. 1''
' li. '?? . ? ? '
Twenty Yean in the Saddle
R?\ r ,|, I
I r...? ... "
? ?a? a ? idea- >
day 1?? pilot?n?; Master Kan
vlartot? In lh? third r:?.-? at Havi
de <lra?-??. TroTcler lia<1
I mount on a mar, nam?-! Infclla-e in
ilSSS. Assistant Starter
j boosted Troxl.r into the ??rid!?
(when the veteran made hi? debut as
;i rider. _
RACING
-AT
Havre de Grace
Daily Until September 28. Induire.
Seven [laces Daily
Including a Steeplechase.
1 I?, a???. It. II. Teal? lra?r? lai??
???!!?? aal It:*? \. t?.
ADUISSI' ! Staeal ai .1
, r..aJ.lock. $1 "- I??lie -. $1.1?
j ?luajinp \\. l-\
' FIRST RACE AT 2:30 G M,

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