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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. JULY 10. 1900.
JOCKEYS PUT UP
VERY BAD RIDES,
LMnskaloiigo Won On a Fast Track
and Was Restored to
W HORSES TO BE BARRED.
rossmoIina Lasted Long KnougU
to Beat Sir Rolla Dave Wal
do's Easy Victory Sulk
ers to I?e Weeded Out.
Delightful weather and bad rides were
'tho features at the Fair Grounds yesterday
hf tcmoon. Teg atmospheric conditions ivera
indeed exhilarating, but the work of soma
cf tha Jockeys quite depressing. Jockey
Mors-e Eecrsed to bo completely out 01 form,
lor hfa lata rpurt on Sir Rolla and being
left at post with Lady Callahan must have;
caused many nn unpleasant feeling. Then
Crowhurst's rldo on Torget Not was rather
Furprlsing, whllo Johnny Woods was be
hind time with his hustle on Dolllo Wloth
cft In the last race.
An excellent racing card with welt bal
anced fields was presented and the track
;was In grand shape.
Last Friday n bu'Ietln wai bsufd from
the Judges' stand stating that Muskalonge's
fcntry would be accepted only when the
track was soft. Ills entry was accepted
Saturday for yesterday's' races, but he was
tarred In the betting. In the second race
yesterday ho ran away from his competitors
on a fast track, and the Judges Usued an
other bulletin to the effect that Muskalonge.
had once more been placed In good stand
ing. At the same time the Judges desire th
jmblic to know that he Is permanently soro
Jind IS liable to break down In any race.
Another ruling was brought about by the
2duskalonse race, ard Is as follows:
"In future no horses will be barred in tho
betting. They will either run with open
betting or their entries will be refused en
tirely. We shall Mart In to weed out
Fulkers. We havo notified Mr. MadJox that
unless Judge Steadman runs kindly his en
try will be rejected."
Tho sport was Inaugurated with a 2-ycar-o!d
dash at five furlongs. Obla on account
of the light impost of ninety-six pounds
was made a slight favorite over Sionoy
Muss and Ampere. Obla was away from
the post In a good position, went to the
front and led the van the entire route,
winning at the end by a length from th
long shot. Golden Harvest, with Money
SIuss third, a half length back.
Although Bridgcton was an 8 to 3 chanco
for the Fccond. with Muskalonge out, there
was a warm tip out on Libbie, and she car
ried loads of money, backed from Ds to 4.
As the race was run, Libbie was never in
danger of losing the speculative money, but
tuskaionge and Libbie had a battle for the
ruree, Muskalonge winning cleverly from
1'osttr and Brumfleld's mare, with Bridge
ton a fair third and Iron Chancellor a poor
The finish of the third race was very
exciting. Three heads were on the post
at the finish, with Graves, tho favorite, In
front by a narrow margin, and Mound City
a Up in front Of Dlgcs. Frost, on Graves,
almost lost this race for he had eaid up on
Graves, while Mound City and Dlgg3 were
closing like viild horses. In three more
Jumps Dlgga would havo won. As it was,
Jockey Fiost escaped by a narrow margin
from having the race stolen from him.
an a, una .uuncu line reauy money 10 tno
InMnt,,?.., .li I'S,."?"?
make his run up the stretch, but through
Fome mistake Jockey Morse was rather
Flow with his hustle, for Cro.-smolina 'astetf
Just long enough to win out by a neck. Sir
Itolla was five lengths in front of Forget
Not for the place. Forget Not, although
oft well In this race, did not run as usual.
He ran around tho clubhouse turn In sec
ond position and in tho run down the back
tretch was apparently eased up to sixth
position by the time the far turn was
reached. Then he came again like a true
race horse, but entirely too late to make a
raco with Crosemollna and Sir Rolla.
Dave Waldo, at the weights, was the best
Kolior: winter "nd"pta&W 7U theoraer
nameo. Jil-Kolior was quitting at the fln
lfch, but lasted to neck out Winter for sec
ond money, while Flnochlo ran an admir
able race with the heavy Impost of 123
pounds on his back.
After Doralice a 100 to 1 choice had set a
merry pace for a half mllo In the last race.
Theory went to the front and won easily
by a length from the favorite Dollle Wieth.
oft with Tom Gilmore a poor third. The
well-backed Lady Callahan with Morse up
was left at the post In this race.
To-Daj's Fair Grounds Bntrlrs.
First race, purse, one mile:
... Calckmausa ..12 I 233 Gilbert 112
;4) Sldbow 112 1 277 Zaiel Iu7
a Bonntvard :12 I 131 Jjfce. item ....IW
... Fearful 112
Seccnd race, renins', three-quarters of a milo
0 Joe Dougaty ....107 32 Tole. Simmon. ...1M
... Kecatu. 1C4 272 Marie Q. Bronn. S3
ta Loka M 224 Kitty O S3
204 Mouataln Dew 1C2 V.- Birdie May iji
13S W. J. Baker ....IOC 219 Bon .Aqua -1.4
27 Cotton Plant ....IA ill Celeste orOr 101
Third race, sclllcg, cne mile ard seienty l-ird,:
2 Veloce 105, 27 Ubble "fr.
2C3 fUleat Friend .. S3 1 C272) Tpm Cromwell. .1"
2SI1 Pox Bard ...... -'! 271 Nuinle 1... . 103
201 BohU S3 1 277 Jimp ,.113
2i3 Jim Turner .... Ml a Uo There S3
... Crjstyna 4..I..4 S3 1
Fourth race, selling, seven-sishths of a mil'
215 ITosperity .. ..103
Zl Kindred Si
. . Osric II Iv4
24 Uarl Bird ....101
2S3 Theory 103
243 Easter Card ..101
zi ioyatty ... ,...ioj
270 Macon 94
(2) ilorrl. Volmer.-Dl
241 Lcrd Neville ...103
Fifth race, selling, three-quarters of a mile:
270 Ohnct M, as B.J L ....lM
1240 Sam Lazarus ..Ul i ... Lcrsla'a Tip ..'.'!'.
(270) r.Ufct Bells ....101 1 ... Duty l.2
2TO Bertha Nell ...101 1 247 W. 13. Ga.tcs....lJl
272 Llsnora bft (
Sixth race, purse, fHe-elfhths of a mils:
... May Tarr 110 , 228 Cicely Thorncap .110
... Vacate 110 1 2tS Scorpolette I'M
XCSJulletta B llu I Z(8 IKmn ll-.rted ..111
IIS liva's Darling ...110 1 1S4 Unjoy 11)
rirst Raee Fldliow, BonnUard, Gilbert.
Second Ksce Kitty Q , Cotton Plant,
Third RaceJim Turner, Fox Bard, Tom Cram-
Fourth Kace llacon. Early Bird, Morris Vol
xner. Fifth Itace-night Bells, Plsmcre. Bertha Nell.
Sixth race SeorpoleUe, Ecjoy, May Tarr.
Jockey Domlnlck was not In the. raddle jes
terUiy ci expected. He stated Saturday evening
that ha would return to work tor Mr. Ilughis
MoncUv morning. On two occasions bunday Mrs.
IXmlclck. mother ot the l'ttlo Jockey, attempted
to hava a tine with Mr. Hughes, but the owner
eii cot hate time to listen to her. It 1 very ap
rtrtr.t mat Mr. Hughe does not enra whether
tta boy returns to work or not. wnlla the boy
fcaa a good supply of independence, which may de
prive htm of many a dollar. This la about the
way the Domlnlck casa stands at present.
Bimey Schrelber's Fly by Night will start In
the Midway Stakes at Washington Park to-day.
lu:r,eys gelding la looked to pack Hi pounds
oier tho mile and a sixteenth Journey.
Mr. W. W. Sarden was not at all pleaed with
the ride put up by Crowhunt on Fotget Not in
lh- fourth race josterday. He said his gelding
was a free runner under gentle urging, and why
the Jockey cculd not ttet up a hustle until the
leaders were too far away he could not under
stand. Jorkev Morse could hardly be blamed for hv-
tnx Lady Callahan left at the post In the last
race. She seemed very sour and apparently
tinted for little Domlnlck. These racers are
very wise," said a well-known turfman, "and I I
fully belfcve had Dcmlnlck been on Hughes'
xcare to-day she would hato won. I looked for
ber to act lust as sne dia. witn a strange boy In
the saddle. She knows Domlnlck and will run
for him bettir than any other Jockey."
A lot ot misplaced dlsccs;lon ot the bearing
the decision of the Washington Park stewards
win bate in relation to Mr. scnreioera racing
his horses over other tracks. local and otherwise. I
has been printed. Prima facie there is nothing
" a v vwva s,v -. . .. (mwihk ,
.M.ff.ii dm n i.in mr. far n. nthw ,(,. i
orgsnlnilons are concemeil. He has not been I
ruled off. or even kUFpecded. Rule I of American I
racing rules say: "At the discretion of oflcers. ,
and wilnout nonce, any enyy. or me tninster or :
tbrugh not specifically so stated, the Washington I
Pa-k etewarcs acieu unaer uibl ruie. ana mere
is nothing tn racing law or practice mat extends
tho operation of that decl..on beyond the eon
fines of the Washington Park track. The rule
was designed to meet a case where a certain
owner, or owners, might be ohnoxlou to a par
ticular Jockey club, although welcome and In
friendly good standing with others. Racing
T A Cihn ).. mmha4 rf fTAnrc T.lndfn.
sniusnuc ew-. ne icuoFuut jvcariicxai
REPUBLIC FORM CHART.
St. Louis Fair Association. Spring and
July 9. Weather clear; track fatt,
J0 First race, purse $100, :-year-old,
Monty Muss ...
Illrdle Stone ...
Geo. w. Jenkins..
narry X. ,
Start gnod. Won luindlly; wcn.l drltlng Winner. Geo. J. Long, b. f.. by Tarde-Day
Dream obla much the best at wilghis. off well and had clear going entire route. SelJe ws
shut olt shortly after start, tut Ilnl'hed etrcng. Money Muss had no escu'es. Adelante IJd
Time :12'i. ZtK. 'J
j-ost k minutes.
0"7n Second race, purse $3J0, 4-ycar-olds and upward, selling, ono mile 3nd onc
1 IV. I & :
Iron Chancellor. ..
Helen II. Gardner.
$2 -(Bill Jacnan 1 IV. I
r" I !
9 I V
C I 6
2 I snk
7 ) 7.
t1 I S'
Inrd In belting. .
Start sooil. Won handllr: srennd .imt Winner, V. II. Arthur's b. h., 7. by" Mowr-"-bound.
Mu-lcalonsrt much Nt: catno away wlirn h pI.tFed. Hrldcrton was shut oft at tlrt
turn, but QrJsled strong. Iron Oiancellur had no cu. Steadman, fl-w t etart, tlnlsaej
TIme-:15U. V2S. :SS';. :'5. l:03'i. l:lt;. J:3'i. 1:C';. ltiS'l.
lot 2 minutes.
JuOxJ Third race, purse $300, 4-year-olds and upward, selling, x furlongs:
1 j I I ll"ttlrc. '
InJ. ItORSHS. iWt. S 'i j. H- S. : V. Jockcju. Open CloJ i'I.
IS?) OraTe .1 112 1 1 ?; 1 1" 1 If'TO't 8-3 "i 7-
rsi iiound City Ill b t S 3 2no (illmore 4 7 S
ZA Diee 1" 3 4 6 4!i 3'j J. Woods.... 4 5 2
112 Joe LH-ushty Ill 3 4 M 4 Hlnkey SO eo t.
27 Neeklace I'S H lr5 r I' I.1 Crowhurft ..J 6 i-Z
212 Zanetti. ltri I. 6nk 'i ' ' Dale t. 1 3
227 Is:naK 1" 10 12 ! ' Mor Si ) 2i
SJ Ben Boy Wt 7'J T" Kalljhy S) M ro
IrtarKent 1"S It 11' 10' ! V T. Chen 30 l' 10
220 Hermion 102 1 k4 !"i IW McCann .... 20 M 12
) TII1! W 144 7 l"4 12 11 1I J. T. Woods. 1J 2J s
.. .. 13Eltha 101 13 7K 11' 13 12 X. Hill S) 12 G
Ftan good. Won handily; ereond whipping. Winner II. T. Ilatcheler's l h.. 4. by ltabtv
Bearli Irfna II. Graies cased ui. but -was romielleil t ko to bat to win. Mound City ran to
nMrh. In a few mart- Jump Dlgga would hato wen. Joa loughty ran an lmprcwlve race.
Xecklace cracked Under pressure.
Time :13. :2';. 3C. :w'.i. l:i:'.i.
l'o4t 4 minutes.
Fourth race, purse $J0O, 3-year-old9 and upward, telling, one mile and one-sixteenth:
C3) ICrcssTroina .
234 jr-ir Holla ....
1 Ferret Not ..
I5S Guide ItocK .
(Chorus Boy ..
...I VJ I
J J J
Start good. Won driving; sect nd eisily. Winner. K. J. Klttlem-in'x b. m . 4, bv Apache
Plar Toy. Cromollna Just lanlrd long enough to brat out Mr Hollo. Bad ride on Porpet Not.
(J'jl.Ie Hock ran to notci firuns ran as If short; will dj letttr n-it out. Walkensliaw
crarked. . . ...
TIme-:07. :1S'J, Si :ll"4. '. l:n. 1:3. 1:4. l:4Si-
Fifth race, purse $W0, free handicap. 3-year-olus and upward, six furlong:
27S ilae Waldo 1 S7
Z17 'Ill-Kollor M
. ... Winter I 101
273) Jl'lncchle ..,
Start Feed Won ea-lly; secont all out. Wl nner. J. K. MetTerfs t;r. h., 3 by sayre-IIell-enthu".
Waldo t-est at weights. Hl-Kollor quitting at rlnlsh. Winter will dj better next
out WelEht anchored I'inochle. but be ran gatuely.
Time MM. :24ii, :JC'i, :4. 1:11.
Post 2 minutes.
Sixth race, purse $300, S- ear-olds
ret iTbeon- .
i li :::::n &
4 6 4'
3 V 1 2'
5 4K t I'i
C 1' t
;:3) Uoll'e Wlnhoff
2.1 Tom Gllniore .
223 IX mice
;Lena Groves ...
2M l'Lady Caltahaa
prt Ud?Von handily: second eislly. Winrer. D. A. Ilonlg's b. m. 4. ty Imp. Hsher
Mornire Glorr Wiener looked ea-ily the best. 1)0111- V letnofr mads her run to., lata. ll
Sore wn toTotcS: Sfter thnco Lady Callahan w given a mile worK-out. She did It in
1:TimrJi :1SH. :i. HW. ZVi- l-W-Post
rmory Low. by Ft. Ju'Jtn Teresa. byGreat Tom;
;.""' i,V CXX i,i - tT.!nnni Kinnev br
!. by SnSatk.a. Term, private.
JCMpa li. iansiau. i ''v m .-r .
Isrrv r.oblnson a" repurchased Woodtrtce. and
tho judges at the ralr Grounds hava decided to
accept his entry.
nniGHTO.V UKACII UACKS.
Close Finish Between Three 2-Vcnr-Olda
In Fourth ltncc.
New York. July 9. A card of six over
night events was decided to-day at Bright
on. Tho handicap for 2-year-olds, run as
the fourth race, was the feature of the day.
Albula. Scurry and Himself were about
equal favorites at round 3 to 1, and they
! nUhed heads apart. In a hard drive. The
First race. 0e mile Watercure, 110 (Uttleneld),
to 1 and 2 to 5. won by in 1, ngth; Commander
Miller. 107 (Richardson). I to t arid 7 to K
second, by a head: Harry McCoun. 1U (Mitchell),
ir. to I and 6 to I. third. Time, 1.41.. Cavalcade,
Kamp, Zmza. Jugelery, Strasaway, Cl.anler and
Margate alto ran.
Secjnd race. Hit. and one-half furlongs Maurter,
100 (O'Connor), 4 to 1 and S to C. won by two
lengths; Janice. S7 (11. MurphyK 20 to 1 and 0
to 1. second, by two lenctlu; The Ithjiner. 100
(t'law.on), S to 2 and 7 to .. third. Time iJ 5-r..
1'rtncess Eerlyn. Halloon. Welsh Girl. About
Bellarlo, Telamcn. Street By and Xerxes also
Third race, ftne and one-sixteenth miles Briga
dier. 101 3fcCu.), 2 to 5 and out. won by thre
lengths; I'lucky, 101 (Mitchell!. So to 1 and S to
1. eecond. by a head; Quetn of Sort:. Ill (OCon
nor). S to l and to 10. third. Tlma 1:46 3-3.
Wocster Boy also ran.
I'ourth race, file furlongv Albula, HOi(Maher).
3 to 1 and evn, won by a head: Bcurry. IN
(Mltclull), 13 to s anl even, second, by a head;
limseir. 104 (T. WalFb) 13 to & and 9 to 10.
thlro. Time. i;ol S-5. Moor. Movely PlumM
Knight and Eirotim al ran.
Fifth race, six furlonss llaollbaa, 123 (O'Con
nor) to 10 and out, w-on bv one and ore.half
lentlis; Hrearm. 110 (Spencer). to 6 arul out.
stcond. by ten lengths; Marllert. M5 (Mahen S
to 1 and s to t. third. Time 1:12 2-5.
SMxtn race, selling, one mile and a furlon
Rare Perfume. 19 (Mitchell), 9 to i an1 cut.
won by ona length: Bang3r, 108 (MrCil). C to
-..ai?..to . "wood, by a rtct: Llndula. lot
lolack), 3 to 1 and 4 to 6. third. Time. 1:53 2-2.
Toloco and Sir Fltihugh also ran.
To-Dny' Brighton Bench Entries.
First race, mile and a sixteenth:
Jo!.n Bright 113 1 Lew Kraft Ill
Charentus 112 Bombshell it;
Admiration 110 1 Standing HJ
occonu race ua ruuoniES
Petra. ir ,
The Brother ,
Tho Regent ,
Godd.ss of Night...
Gue.ji Work ,
Third race, ona mtle:
Carbuncle 103 Oread 7.77."
iirt xiu7uip. .. .1V4
Fourth race, llrst Attemnt Kiiv e ...
lones: ' "" ""
v.atercolor IIS j Tom Kennr.... 107
Tower of Omdie.i...i2jl Termless iS
Firth race, mile and a half, six hurdlest
Hardy 113 Lime Juice
Alonroe iwctnne..lM Daniel Ouiln
Doctor Elchberg 154 Charley o. .'"
Oracle 15J Desrtrado '.
Klondike II) Draughtsman ..
Doctor Reed 110
Btxth race, six furlongs:
Mcehinu. HSlFky Scraper.....
Ocneral Mart Uary..lll I Prestidigitator .
liolando l'IPInk iMmuio....
His Hoyal HigUiess.lt) olea
ItlSSKLL It. nu. AGA1.V.
Charlie Klllnon- Colt Defeated
Nrhorr'a Ltmerlrk AVIth Ilnrnn Vp.
Chicago, July 9. Florizar captured the
opening event handily at Washington Park
to-day. In the second race, Vitellius won
easily. Icenl, tho favorite, fell In the
stretch, but was beaten at the time.
Neither he nor Jockey Devln was hurt.
The principal race of the day was at a
mile and a quarter, and IJmencK. who Is
now the property of J. F. Schorr, was made
favorite. Itussell It., at C to 1. heat the
zatoruo easily, v, nue ine iSODOy. a 10
to-1 Shot, would have also beaten him but
for a weak ride. Clay Pointer, well h.irke.1
tired In the run home, while Topmast ran
a poor ace.
In the fourth race the field wat sent away
with Sharp Bird left at tho post. Bell of
Memphis, tho favorite, ran poorly, and
Headwater w on easily from Modrlne. In tho
i W w .a T1 f rl l nea Ta4F. I a ..
in in s .tiin nuiuivui a iiuuuiu iviiaj rnniiH
favorite but proved a bad choice Wax
S-nlnS1 hnndlTv ta Ft-ln S i .
poor form just at prese,
sent, in the-last raco
Castake, a 12-t0-l shot. won. Patroon and
the favorite were lighting head and head
near the finish when Limelight came with
a great rush, but was beaten by Castaks
.head, while he was only a nose in front,
01 1'aiiroon. i una r u&o w as given two
chances to break at tho post, hut declined
and was left at the post- Summaries:
First race, one mile Klorlsar, 107 (Bullman).
I to 2. won by a length: Llvadla, 112 (Matthews),
7 to 1 second: Anthracite. 100 (Knight). to X.
third. Time. 1:11. Star Chamber and Larkspur
Second race, fire furlongs Vltelllu.. 103 (Bull
man). 3 to 1. won by three lengths: Ellen bem-
rara.5 103 (Knight), 8 to 1. second: Shut Up. S3
third. Xlffiti 1W3V Miaura
summer meeting;, rorty-slxth Jay, Monday.
r. ) Jockey. I
1 Dal. ...
2H J. Woods..
.1. T. Woods
McCann .. .
S' ionnrhurn .
4 U. !..,
7 ID. Vltltoe..
' IMennra ...
S (llctllcn ....
4" IJ. Wood.....
If J. T. Wood
7 IMcCann ...
Jocke. IOpenCloel I'I.
1 3 '12-S
I 6-1 6-5
4 IJ. T. WOOJ..I 7 1 4
and upward, six and one-half furlongs:
7cJ' ' j
Jockey. IOpenClcrf PI.
. .. crowhum ..i 2 2 To
2 J. Wood..... 7-10 S-10 1-3
2 (Talley I 10 M 4
4" loiln-.ore. I w v 3-1
Cii IKee-Ifr I l li 4)
0 I Dale I n 10) so
Morse I C 4 7-5
and Scallywag alo ran. Icenl. the 7-to-5 fa
Third race, mile and a quarter RurU It.. 103
(Knltht). to 1. won by two lengths; LlmericS.
103 tliurn). to 5. second; The Bobby, no (Pat
terson). 10 to 1. tMnl. Time. 2:0. Cla Pointer.
Top M.st, Our Nellie and Owen.tioro also ran.
Fourth race, six furlong Headwater, ;n9
(Knight). 7 to 2. won by two length: Modrln,
113 (Ihillman). 7 to 2. second; John Terke. :ol
(Poland). JO to 1. third. Time, 1:13';. Bj'.Ie of
Memphis, L& Jrsephlne. Goebel, Hermoo, Traa
edy and Miss Valicra also ran. Sharp Bird left
Fifth race. on mile Wax. 101 (Bullmsn). 11 to
5. won by two lengths: Brwln. 15 (Martin). 2
to I. second; Norford. IK (Er,o5, eten. third.
Sltth race. mile. setllcg-Catake, 9 (tusrt),
12 toL won br a head: Limelight. !0 (Knlcht).
t to i, second: Patroon. 101 (Detln!. to I.
third. Time. 1:41s.. Redllme. Chappaqya, lunry
C. and Leando also ran. Tulla 1 enso lift at
To-Dbj'h Washington Park F.ntrle.
First race, six furlong.;
The Sprite 1:0 . Scarlet IJly .... si
Miss SSsnley IW 1 Star Chime ......?(
Princes. Thvra 102 I Tremble 5
Belle ot the Glen.... I Pyra J3
. i 1 311:9 vallera, ii
Second race, cne mile:
Tragedy ..107 j EIntln 1:3
Algaretta mil Miter Coin M
Branch 102 I Fuji! '.)
Crane 102 1
Third race, the Midway Stakes, !.!. added,
mile and a sixteenth:
Fly by Night Ill I Found
Potente 12 I Flaurt
Andw IjSlThe IiJy
Albert SlmcnVs entr".
Fourth race, tlfteen-slxtetnths of a mil
Jchlcer .... $2 Mis. Ilos4 M
Ta Vega S3 Itollin. li
1-alr Dccelter 1&4 Van Hoorebehe p.
Insurrection 17 lit.hop Reed 101
Trouballne 17 Mellucole 15
Fifth race, six furlongs:
Fllverdale !H Searcher 1M
Sehoolmaster ! Garry Hernrann ....1I
fcl'I Cox 10s I Fancy Wood 107
tixth rice, nfteen-rtxteenths of a mile, selil'.g;
The P-Id ...
.-wioroni .. ...
KKRGCSO.VS FAII3I .SOLI).
Xoted Tnrf Starter's Finer lloaglit by
C. J. Branntan.
Lexington. Ky July . The Kingston Stock
Farm, owned by James H. IVrguson. tho noted
breeder and starter of race horses, was bought
to-day by C. J. Bronston for ),0M. The farm
Is located two miles from Lexington and contain.
20S acres of tine blue gras land, it win be con
tinued for breeding purpoe.
Heavy Track at Montreal.
Montreal. July 8. The rain which iet In jes-'
xeruay continued with brief Intermissions and the
Belalre track was fttlcok deep In mud. Sum
maries! Ilrst race, set en furlongs Robert Gray ?
(Ryan), t to 1 and Slot, won by three lengths;
if. Murphy 36 .(Wonderly), even and 1 to z'c
ond: Genghis Kahn. 100 (Coburn). IJ to 1. third.
Time. 1:42. Magt-s Royal Salute. Brown Girl,
Poesum and Annie Lauretta alo ran.
Second race, nve furlongs. 2-rear-olds-Amo-T?to-
IW.O'cQuade). eten and 1 to 3. won: Dorna
Seay, 104 (Po.tel). J to 2 and eten, second; Ma
tanxa, 100 1 (Coburn). 7 to 2. third. Time. I;uu.
Montreal, Ten Up and Mlstrldl also ran.
Third race, on mile Alfred Vargrave. )
(HJ"n., ?,'.1 antl "" wun: Kty Regent. 15
(Wonderly). t to i and 2 to I. second; Vlvnunt.
103 (Castro). S to 1, tMrrt r. .-r . n-i.
D,r "! llen"llet and Bonnet Box also ran.
Fourth irace. half mile. 2-)'ear-oIds-ltillion3lre.
1M (L. Thompson). 2 to I ard out. won; Flat
terer. 1M (McLaughlin). 3 to 1 snd 4 to 6. ,e,nd;
Edeeworth. 103 (Henson). to c. third. T.m
$6. ITlnce of Song. Rose Bird and Tirshena
Fifth race, six furlongs Looram, 1 10 (U.
nynnl. J to 1 and S to I. won by lx length.
Hungarian. IW (Cobum). 10 to 1 ond 4 to I. see!
end: Dou.ter Bwltel, no (Hoberton, S) tn 1.
third. Time, l;:s. Mattock. Ida Fonlham!
Snowstorm. Come Quick. Glad HanJ and Coun
selor Wernberg also ran.
Detroit Troltlnic Itacea.
Detroit. Mich.. July 9 Trotting race, began
at the Wiadsor Driving I'aik this afternoon un
der generally favorable conditions. Cool and
rather threatening weather did not prevent fan
time In the three cia.es comprising tha open
ing rrogramme. The track was In fine condi
tion. Favorite, wen about a. they plea! In all
three events and the betting wao light. Each
of the nve starters In the 2:20 pace held the
same respective position at the end of each heat.
Scapegoat, a Chicago gelding, entered In the 2:13
peCe. was played with some spirit, but failed to
get even fourth money. Attendance W0. Re
cults: 2:20 pacing purse J-Bor.nle Direct won In
three straight heat.. Time 2:lJ'i, j'141. 2:15H.
Tommy Mc, Loulv Mlddleton, Plenty and
aildeaway. Jr.. als started.
2:17 trotting, purse MW-Slster Alice won !n
three, straight heats. Time Z:14V 2:15. 2:H'i.
Bessie K.. Alan. Carnella Belle. Green Wilson.
7. i,'?lBm. Abdul Ameer. Senator IC. Willow,
Grand Simmons and Harbor Master also started.
2.12 pacing. pure J6.W-White Hose won In
three straight heats. Tlm 2:10'. 2;W4. 2:114.
V1?,71 Ii- JK,IVJ-n. Cambridge lie!!. Scapegoat
and Hartfoid, Jr.. also started.
Arkansas Sportnien'a Sboot.
Fort Smith Ark.. July 9. The Arkansas State
eportrmen a Association meet, here to-morrow for
fSuJi.,i,r,v"not- President Leach and Becra
tatar Sitxka hat anlrsd.
HITS IN SEQUENCE
WON FOR ST. LOUIS.
IIouh. Team Fell Upon Tall Willis
of Boston in Fourth Inning
and Made Six Runs OlT
RED POWELL WAS PERFECT.
Errors Behind Him CJave Boston
Most of Its Five Buns
iame a Most Inter
est in One.
, , W U Pet.
Brooklyn -....41 ;1 .t,.;i
, u" ' '"',-
Chtragn 41 2i .C3
3lllwaukee ..4) 30 571
lnllinapoll...4.1 35 .ta
Clew land ...33 32 .
Kninas Clty.34 4) ,IV
MlnneapolN...3. 21 .451
Detroit 3-) 24 .411
Bllltalo .. .. 2. 43 -377
i inn ieipnia..3; j
Pitt'turg ....33 3)
Chhugo 35 3
St. Ijuls .. .2S 23
Joton 2t 3
(Inclnnatl ...3 ;
New '.ork ..:t .)
5t IxuU 10. Il.iv,:, s
Clncln. s. Pblladel. 4.
Ihlcigo 3, New York 2.
Detroit 3, Kan. City o.
Milwaukee 4. cieve. ,
InJ. 5. MinneaiMill. 4
Chlc.-lluffalo, no Kane.
BoMon nt St. I-iuly.
PhlLidelphla at Cincinnati.
Itrookljn at J'lttsburg.
New York at Chicago.
Sequential slugging of the tall BoMon
pitcher. Willis, enabled St. Louis to achieve
another wry creditable victory at League
Park yesterday. Powell, tho iecrless, mq
in excellent form. Hence, St. Louis scored
10 runs, wnlle Boston scored D. of which
but one was earned. Incidentally the home
team moved up from seventh to fifth place.
Seven hits for !: runs In the fourth in
ning put Willis out of tho game. Parson
Lewis then cam'; in and was exeeedlngly
well clouted before, he got through. Tho
St. Louts batters Just walked up to tho
Plata and rapped the ball In order. In the
field tho work was very good. Burkett was
tha sole offender. Jese misled a fly In
the first Inning, which gave the Bostons
their three run.
Three of the seven hit? made off Powell
w-cro arrant flukes und scratches. Sudhoff.
Kelster und Wallace scared each other out
of a fly ball, and a bunt or two got away
that should not. Tho big riveter continues
his great form. No team has any licence
to beat Powell in tho form he has displayed
The camo was not any too brilliant. Yet
It was ono of the most interesting played
In St. LOuis this season. Errors in the first
half of the flrt Inning seemed to throw
it away. But Powell stuck to his knitting
and fortune favored the local batters. In
the fourth Inning the beme team cinched
Hamilton opened the first with n scratch
double nlons the rlcht foul line. Collins and
Stahl went out. Wallace to McGann. then
Burkett and Sudhoff had a try for Tenney's
pop fly. Burkett scared Willie away from
the ball and pulled off a fancy and be
frlllfd muff. Freeman and Lowe singled
and three runs were scored In a Jiffy.
Tills was a very saccharine beginning In
deed. Willis looked effective at tlrst. Kels
ter wasted a double after two ttere out
In St- Louis's half ot the first. Boston did
nothing in thp secor.d. but St. Louis got
one run on two bases on balls to McGann
and Sudhoff and Lowe's magnificent muff
of Crigcr's liner.
Boston put on one In tho fourth when
Ixwe tripled, thanks to Donovan's and
Sudhoft's mix-up. Bobert trotted home on
a long fly.
St. Louis was three to the bad when
Sudhoff came up In tho fourth and hit a
grounder to Willi", which that tall young
man foozled. Long got it after tho muff,
then threw It over Tenney's head. The
flaxen pitcher ran to third. Mr. Robert
DUlard popped a mashle shot over the in
field. Just beyond tho tips of Lowe and
Freeman's lingers. Crlgcr fouled out.
Powell hit for two bags along tho right
line. Then Burkett lilt to center. Kelster
hit to left, Donovan hit to center. Wallace
Hew out and McGann lilt hard to lefL With
Sudhoff at bat the second time, McGann
was thrown out stealing second, ending an
Inning in which etery man in the team had
a crack at it. and sten of tho nine safe
IawIs took 'Willis's place In the fifth.
The "I.cetlo Meenesther" did well for two
Innings. In the seventh Wallace got a
base on balls and McGann whipped one
on a dead lino to the clubhouse fence, a
lilting slash which was a true home run.
Then, In the eighth. Criger, first up. also
lilt for four bags, a proper good wallop.
Boston played a rleverl'h bit of ball In
the eighth. With Stahl and Tenner on th
bags. Freeman paralyzed the St. Louis
team by bunting. This from a home-run
champion stood Powell on his head.
Though tho tall was almost nt Ms feet he
had not power left to field It he was so as
tonished. A long fly by Lowe scored Stahl
with a run, the lat tho bean masticators
The Oniclnl .Score.
o. a. i:.
,.22 10 13 27 13
Patted for Willis In
:i 1; &
ievi. in tne nintu.
St. Louis 0
1 0 S 0 0
0 0 1 0 I
2 1 ,.-ia
0 0 0 s
Earned Tuns Mt, Louis
r.'t Hamilton i Kelster 1, Powell 1. Three-base
).lt I,one 1. Home ninsCrlser 1. M.Oann 1.
Dcurle plarr Kelster. Wallace and McUann I:
I.ctte. Lone and Tennev I. Ilase on balls Oft
ttlllis I. off Ujl. 2. olt 1'OwelI a. Struck out
llv I'owell x. bv Iwls 1. Ktol'n bae-I)lltard 1,
Kelster I. Hani 1. Time Two hours and twenty
rrirutes. Umpire Emslle.
nASCUAI.I. COS si P.
lleldrlck anil Ills Physician Morann
Murphy's Signal Sertlpe.
Heldriek did not have hLs counterfeit
limb enshrined in Mr. Plater of Paris es
ttrday, as he had Intended, no went down
town prepared to do an "altogether" stunt
for the benefit of the medical profession and
found his physician so Blck that he was
unable to mix the mortar for the cast. So
Jay Emmett mark well the J. mosled
home and found his chambers banked
about with roses and ponies, orchids and
lilies, sent to make his sick couch soft by
"his femlnlno friends." Mr. Heldriek took
up tho paper, glanced at the lumber quota
tions, cut out a bit which showed him win
ner some K.ooo In the market, yawned, lit a
cheroot, grasped his malacca. stuck his
classical pt nnsyl vania Dutch face In the
"bokays," drew a daisy through his but
tonhole, threw out his chest and wandered
forth upon the boulevard, deuccdly band
some and debonair and awfully glad that
his game leg bad not been petrified for the
It was a nice glove-hand grasp that Wal
lace laid upon that drive of "Ilawllng Bill"
Clarke's over second In tho fourth Inning
yesterday. It was a neat amputation ot a
base hit indeed.
Merry Michael Donlin. the giddy emula
tor of the whisker-tricking Gaul who ran
his random fingers through the vencrablo
fiplnach on tho august Roman Senator's
face on the Capltollne some 400 years B.
C, Is badly crippled.- Mickey's knee will
have to bear Heldrlck'a qufverlng thigh
ransMrm, la jum lMttr cast Una next .week.
There are few better pairs of props In this
League than the Brew Donaldsons, which
help Mike's feet ten Incheu aloft In the
sun. It Is a cinch that h- will be In the
gnmO in a hum. Mlke'a Inlnrv I. not a
serious as Heldrlck's.
Jako Bene, tho prid of local amateur
baseball, is again In the ring with a brave
team In Fast St. Loub, a tine park and
money to W. Mr. Bene suys that the
Stato of Illinois is not big enough for
his team, and that or Alton to exist In.
Iience. they will tight It out to co who
quit:- tho Sucker side of tin- big river. Mr.
lieno has already "oncet trun it Inter" his
friend from Alton, and expects to repeat
tho injection very shortly, if Manager WII
lon of Alton will give him a game.
Urate Bill Joyce's prediction fluent tho
l-attlng of the eason has conv to pass.
The snpltnt son of farondelet pointed out
at tho hcg'.nn.ng of the season tn.it the re
duction of the Leagun circuit would put all
weal: pltclurs out of the game, that the
eight clubbers vtuuld hit ;nlnst nothing
but good twirling nnd llrlding teams and
that batting averagei nould tx small. As
usual wise Wlllio ta3 tight. It is very
gtnerally felt that hitting .3C-) this season
is bettir than doing .331) heretofore. They
may get Joyce wrong once In awhile, but
r.ot etery Uav. Jore vosesses the finest
fund of baseball lore In thl country. Bill
has alwajs befii a gold mine for the for
tunate licit gatherer who could get In
terviews from him. but at times Willie is
no exactly easy to aprroich. which Is a
pity, for IiN lp.e dlxlts-If the expression
is permissible are altvajs wotth the print
ing because they are well worth the read
ing. Many a reportotlal deuce has stuck a
straw In the goblet of Willie's well-ll.ivored
knowledge and quickly drank hlmelf Into
nn tltliiri.'il nee. Tim, wna vthn Willie was
wllllnir tn rrlve tin choice pearls from his ,
rtore of knowledge, but they have put him
on the back shelf now. Uko the best bottle
In tho houe, and the tran.ienta seldom get i
a rnance to U.iit a reire.inng tnougnt i
rfferrcit baseball "dope" from the foun
tain head, the diamond Parnassus at which
Joe Campbell. Vila, Dryden and many an
other bright light nf bisehall'a fourth es
tate first found the liquid which gave them
'onlan existence in the memory of tho
"Hel'lrick is the fastest rmn in the game."
raid George Cuppy yesterday, "lteally lie
is In a dais by himelf getting about the
bog. He has given hW legs hard usage,
mostly by sharp turns going the route. Go
ing at top i-pced he turns nt right angles
over the bag-, while most men run a circle.
It may not bo quite i-o fast, but also not
near so trlng as the sharp turns nnd quick
starts and top3 Htidrlck makes."
Daniel McGann is throning half-arm up
per cuts and right swings Into the ball the.se
days liko Tetrv McGovern doing nn easy
money turn with a local champion aliout
Philadelphia, where they tand for the local
"champ" and the gaff like the Bubes they
nr'. Suniisy the nnmci-aKe of tne moiicai
den prisoner lifted a huge fly to center for a
home run. Yesterday he shot one out on a
line thnt made Lijole's tery best linear
efforts look like pop flies on a Juice pheet.
It was a prodigious wallop that carried to
the bicycle track, yet neter was higher
than tho head ot long Willis at any stage
of the Journey.
Tho burly, bunted and bandy Powell
struck the great Stahl out with three pitched
balls in the third inning. The first and last
were called, tho second dodged, a left lead
and a right cross that would have put It
through the ropes had It land-d.
It was the first time this season that the
St. Louis club took up its bat and punched
out a victory from tho rear. That rilly in
tho fifth was the best bit of bat work tho
team has dono this season.
It is a very good thing that the American
people do not follow baseball players every
where they go. If they did they would not
go to baseball gamts except when they had
to. If they followed the lead of the players
they would pas the ball games up and go
to tho races. If the people did a the play
ers do there would not be any baseball or
uny playtrs to go to the races.
People In the stand agree that if Powell
wns taught to hit, had hN ftct brough to
gether, made step out, obliged to bold the
bat right and mi-et the ball Instead of
nwinging nt it like a section hand nt a spike,
ho would be qulto a hltur. The samo holds
good ot Young, also.
Now they say that the signal bureau
which Morgan Murphy rims or Is supposed
to run for the bem-llt of Philadelphia bat
ters is as bogus as tha Intelligence depart
ment of the British army in South Africa.
Murphy, you know. Is supposed to be a
baseball astrologer, a sort of wonderful
Mlclia'l Scott, who can read battery signs
througil a fence and tips oft the coming
ball to the eager swatter. Murphy ! sup
posed to take up his position back of cen
ter field, whern he can soo the catchers
hands ard face as he signals to the pitcher
for curve ball or straight. Most catchera
use their fingers, their feet or the eyes or
mouth to tip a pitcher off. The position ot
hand. foot, linger, mouth or eyo may metn
a lot. Murphy is supposed to be an adept
at deciphering this code. He draws pay for
doing It, for he has not plsycd a game In
two ears. Tho heavy hitting of the Phila
delphia club has been ascribed to Murphy's
nccurnte Information as to what was com
ing. Yet It Is whispered on the side that
nit this talk Is but a Jollv to hold a Job
ior .tiorgnn. wno is a good follow ana podu
lar with tha players, and thnt his signal bu
reau Is nil a stall for tho club owner's bene
fit. They say that Murphy did rtally try to
operate a service: that he was bogus and
cot his signs crossed. Often when the bat
ter took his tip and Set a supposed curvo
get past It would N- a straight, right over
the middle, nnd vice versa. After Murphy
had Inveigled his batters Into several don
gas, spruits, kops. etc., nnd had them
"dono up proper" they told him to go out
and make n bluff nt it nnd quit his sema
phoring. Griffith, the brnin seething Chi
cago pitcher, the John P. Altgcld of tho
diamond, was the first outsider to "fall" to
Morgnn's little snap. He tipped the world
off. In a week every catcher that went
to Hilly had his pitcher signed for the
next ball before he got behind the bat nnd
tho dlgitatlon utter ho squatted to behind
tne uai was Dut mero stall, that's all.
"I think that I can pick the man who
will lead tho League batsmen this venr."
remarked Boy Thomas of the Phillies
list night. "I think It will be L'lmre
nick. Elmer Is hitting better than ever
this year, and be has Just become expert
in the nrt of bunting. Thero was n time
when Elmer was not n very good bunter.
but now he can lay the ball down and
pet away as fast as any man in tho
League. He has Just started out on tho
bunting game, and he Is a corker at it.
on the present trip he laid down seven
ami beat them out before lie wa thrown
out. You see, now that ho can bunt and
get that fort of hits, he stands an excel
lent chance of leading the League, for he
can hit them as hsrd ns any of tha
sluggers." Commercial Tribune.
niDE AYAttliKLL riTCIIED.
He Then Delogeil (he lMttaltnrg Man
ntrruient With Telerrrnma.
Pittsburg. Px., July S. Hubs WadJell. the sus
pended I'ltttburg pitcher, to-day pitched for
Mlllvale at Punxsutawner. Pa., shutting cut his
exponents, giving four hits and makl-ig the only
score ot the came. It Is sal.i wad.iell Is ilel-
1 mini the l'lttburg management wltb telegrams
1 .. .
CI.M.'l.t.r;Tl r,, PIIII.ADF.I.PIIIA. 4.
Triple and 11 J-tnglr Knded the Game
In the Klerentu.
Circlnnntl. July . Crawford's single an! Mc
I'.tlde's triple put an end to to-day's game In tha
tlctrnth. It was a long-drawn-out affair, in
v.hlch much tlmo was spent wranrlln;
Qulnn, in.. ..4
Wood. 5b 4
I'elti. c I
I -a Jote. 3..S
Chiles, lb....! 0 IC
aicrorl'il. e.i l
Totals JS 7 33 is z
Total.... .1! Stt 1
Ore out when winning run as scored.
Cincinnati OuoioitOOO 1 j
I-Hledelplita 0011:00000 0-4
Earned runs Cincinnati 4. PhlladelphK I.
TJiree-baro lilt.- Beckley J, Qulnn 1 McUrlde 1.
La Jola.l. lcrarland 1. Stolen bases Kllrfc 2.
Double plays Fitch to Chiles 1; Thomas to Wol
terton l: Petta to Wood L. First base on balls
Off Newton 7. off Frxxer 2. Hit by pitched balls
lly Fraxer 1. Mruet cut lly Kraser s. br New
ton S. l"ass.l balls Jld'arland 1. Attendance,
1 coo. Time Two hours and nfty minutes. Umplra
CHICAGO .1, MnV YOUK 2.
Anarchist. Hit Into Five Fast Doable
Chicaio, July 9. With men on baes. Mercer
was both effective ar-d lucky to-dar. eleven hits
prouuciae vniy tnree rums tne locals nitung into
n,A far rlanhle rInv An a h
lice and a single gave icetr York
scores. Attends ice 2.3X). Score:
tilt, a cri
Mertes, lb.. I
llradley. 3b. 3
) Van H'1'n.ef.: till
I 0 Cleasun. Sb.4 0 I
1 Pelbach. lf.J 0 0
0 1 cirady, s 3 0 5
0 0 Doyle. lh....4 1 5
0 Smith. rf....l I
3 a riower-n. c.3 0 t
0 l Ulckm'n, 3b.J 0 1
1 0 Mercer, p,..3 9 0
Total ... 11 2J 9 3
,. 3 24 IJ
Chicagt 1 10 10 0 0 0 ..1
New York o 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
Earned runa-Chlctro a, lft on busCca-
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Double plays Grady, Gleason and Doyle. 1:
Child". Cllnsm an and Mertes. 15 Grady. Oleason
and Uowennan, 1: ilercer. liowerman and Gradv.
1. Struck out Uy Taj lor 1. lly Mercer i.
1'ns-ed ball llowertran I. liases on balls O.t
Ti. Ior 5. lilt with ball Donihue Time One
hour and rorty.flt e minutes. Umpire O'Day.
Cleveland S. Milwaukee 4.
Cleveland. July . Milwaukee "jtplayed Cleve
land at etery point of the game this afternoon.
lleidy bad fine control of the ball and was only
touched up for six safe one, three of them In the
fifth ianlnir. when Cleveland scored her cnly
runs, ilorfer took McKenna'r. place at the start
of the sixth. Owlnr to the cold and threatening
weather, the attendance wa. small. Score:
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 n 2 3
Milwaukee u 1 0 i o 0 0 0 2 1 1) 0
Hatteries Cleveland. McKenr.s. Holer and
Eplw; Milwaukee, hridy and Digging.
Detroit ft, Kansas City O.
Detroit. Mich.. July 9. Detroit shut out Kansas
Citr thl affrnoun la the fastest nnd best gam"
s-en at Dennett park this year. The fielding was
lightning fast on both sides. Cronln pitched well
tnrougrout, and Gray steadied down after ho
forced In a run la the first Inning. Score:
R. It. E.
Detroit 1 0 0 n 0 0 1 1 ..a 7 3
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1
Uatterles Detroit crontn ana tnaw; in-as
City, Uray and Vttlson.
Indlnnnpoll. ". Minneapolis 4.
Indianapolis. Ind. July . Indianapolis earned
three runs in the eighth. tlng tho score and wln
nlrg out on a gift t- Hansel I. u. steal and Oder's
drive for a base, tcore:
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 S 1-5 1 1
Minneapolis 1 I 1 0 0 0 0 1 ..4 s 1
Batteries Indianapolis. Gear and Power.: Min
neapolis, 12: ret and Fisher.
Elcax City, July . Score:
Floux city. 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 I 7 s
Omaha I 0 0 S 0 0 0 2 ..6 C 2
Batteries Sioux City. McDonald end Cote;
Omaha. Newmeyer and Wilson.
St. Joseph. Mo,. July . Secret
Ft. Joseph... .....0 2 0 0 0 0 10 S S 0
Des Moines 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 I & 3
Hatterles St. Joseph. Herman and King; Des
Moines. McParland and Loraas.
Pueblo. Cola. July S. Score:
R. If. E.
Pueblo 2 0200000 o-l 7 S
Denter 2 2 0 0 6 0 0 0-9 11 :
Ilatterles Puoblo. Terkes and Whitrldre: Den
ver. Graham, fccnmia: ana buuivan.
Carthage, Mo, July 9. In the presence ef a
big crowd a tine game waa played betneen th
ft. Louis I"risco Athletic, and Carthage. Score:
Carth."ine. 5: Athletics. 4. Batteries: Carthage
Milton and ParHs: Athtetics Thles and Hennln
ger. Milton struck our fifteen.
TEXXIS F.XPEIITS BATTLE.
Flrst Day ot the Great Championship
Chicago. July 9. Tcanls experts from all sec
tions of the country participated in the second
cy competition for the Western tennis cham
xlcnshtn at the Kenwood Country Club courts to
day. The first rounl and the balance ot the pre
liminary matches left over from Saturday on ac
count of the rain were unlshed and play In the
second and third rounds commenced.
Among the layers who arrived to-day were
the Hardr brothers from the Pacific Coast. Alex
arder ant Little. th Irlnceton team, and J.
l'armly Paret, The Ueldlne from Minneapolis
wired that they could not be here. The Whitney
boys from California missed their train, but will
Tho following ore results of to-day's play:
Hill won from J. II. &toll by default.
C a. Peter, won from c A. Beach. 3-fc S-4. 4-4.
A. M. Vernon on from Varnell by default,
N. ). Mundr won from Holmes, c-4. C-3.
Clarence Henry won from George j. Williams
W. l Myers won from F. 8. Weadley, t-J. -
K. L. Motley won from M. P. Barber br de
fault. A. P. 81monds won from L. L. Bailey by de-
J, F. Carter won from Fred Wood by default.
Klrst round ""-
ii B. Alexander won from Gilbert Bliss; e-1.
Horace Richard, wen frsm Robert Whltner Lr
Itochc won from Vernon by default.
Krelgh Collins won from N. 11. Mundy. . t-i
J. Norris won from Holllen by defaulC '
Sam Hardy won from Cyrus Garnet, 4-1 e-l
Poulson won from F. M. Mcduskey br defaiiii
T. C. Ward won from T. M. Turner by default!
C II. Gregory won from Fred Becker. 4-3. c-i
J. M. McDefmld won frcm L. E. Myers br d:
H. W. McKtever on from George Whltner br
Ashcrrft won frcra Bingham, -2, 7-5.
Fjm Hardy won front Puulson, C-3, 4-4.
Little beit Carter. 6-2. 6-5.
Alexander beat Hammond. 4-4, -1. 4 3.
Hardy tat l-oulson. 4-3. C-4.
McKeever beat McDurtnott. C-J. to.
S. Hardr debated J. T. Bailey. 6-J c-J,
G. Vaughn defeated Ilerce by defuult.
l'aret defeated Wherry, 4-1. s-J.
Collies defeated Henry, 4-1. C-a.
Utile defeatel Norris by default.
Gottlieb defeated Gregory, 6-1. 4-4. 4-1.
SO LKGAL APPEAL.
Barney Sehrelber Belt ere. Colnc to
Law Baa for Ilacln Interest..
Chicago. July 9. In a conversation with Barney
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tried to do all In ray power to help make th-,
racing game In the West what It I. to-day t
would not think of doing anything underhanded
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Well Informed rcce track men. however, are all
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produce as conclusive ettdence of the guilt ot
these whom they occasionally dleclpllre as no
the dispensers of Justice In the civil court, ot
those whom they punish, thero would seldom be
a case ot raco track discipline, and roguery snd
trlrkery would thrive on the tracks without
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hate been unsatisfactory pr have threatened, tn
the opinion of the oHlclals. to do harm to tha
cause of racing. But. Inasmuch as it I. the pre
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