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THE EEPUBIIG: SATURDAY'. &IAR&H '23 1901.
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Amateur Billiard Experts Will
Play for the Championship
Cleveland. O.. March r Martin Mullen,
who won tho nmatourbllllard championship
three years ago, is matched to meet Mc
Creery of St. Louis for EOO points, game to
be played by telegraph, McCreery at St.
Louis and Mullen in this city. It will take
place nest Tuesday night.
Mr. McCreery challeneged Mr. Mullen two
w eeks ago to play a match game of billiards
by telegraph. Mr. Mullen Is the amateur
billiard champion of the United States, hav
ing won the title in the A. A. U. class "A"
tournament at the Knickerbocker Club in
New York three, years ago from Messrs.
McCreery and Fosi
In his coming match with Mr. Mullen, Mr.
McCreery will use his favorite practicing
table at the Broadway. He practiced for all
his recent big games on this table and feels
perfectly at home when playing on it. In
the match with Mr. Mullen each man will
"spot up," or. In other words, begin all over
again, after failing to count. This arrange
ment puts both experts on an even footing.
Mr. McCreery will have an umpire to "look
after his interests In, Cleveland, while Mr.
Mullen will have a representative here to
take care of his end of the proposition.
"Willie Hoppe Beat Frank Day.
"IVIllle Hoppe ran aaray from Frank Day last
n'Kht and iron the third and last game -of their
match in handy fashion. Mr. Day plajed fast
billiards, tut the boy wonder was too strong for
him. Master Hoppe and Smith, a New York
expert, mil play to-night. lt nlrht's score:
Hoppe (600) X 41211S0060030154 13 tl 30 0
005101)0 0 0 1 0 0 33 30 S 0 4 8. Total. T50.
Hlich run. 3S. Average, S8-37.
Day (4M)-JlUlTlli:401T73 92E14
100(6054020(32411. Total. ii High ran,
. A versus. 6-11.
BOXHCG-COSTTE5T BILL PASSED.
Awaits Slgaatare of Connecticut's
Goveraor O'Ronrke to Oct Charter.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL. r ,
New York. March 2i A hill which has
passed both houses of the Connecticut
LegUlature, and which may be signed even
row by the Governor, permits boxing con
testa In the Nutmeg State. . , ,-, .
For months efforts were made'to gef &
measure through the Connecticut .Legis
lature that would .enable promoters to have
bouts decided In security, and the attempt
has been crowned with success. The legis
lation was In 'the form of a general boxing
law like that which formerly existed In New
Tork State, but was a. bill to grant a char
ter to one particular clnb. -
Thls charter was applied for by Thomas
E. O'Rourke, the well-known promoter of
pugilism and proprietor of the Hotel. Del
avan. and the bill" encountered roand diffi
culties. . " ,
Finally the news was sent over the wires
from Hartford that the hill to grant a
charter to the O'Rourke club had passed
both houses of the Legislature. "
"With all obstacles overcome. It now but
remains for O'Rourke to complete his plans
for a revival of boxing. It is his purpose
to erect a new clubhouse just over the Con
necticut line and within forty minutes' ride
or this city. He will break ground not later
than April I. and confidently expects to
Ming off the opening bout by May 1.
Arrangements will be perfected by which
trains will run past the clubhouse doors,
thus dbvlatlng the explorations In the dark
usually attendant on such affairs out of
CHEAT THREE-CORNERED RACE.
.Charlie Herri Crcsccns and Doralma
to Meet-350,000 Purse.
Beaton, Mass.. March 22. A race, for a
50.000 purse, made up Of 110.000 a corner
nnd $20,003 added by Thomas W. Xawson,
between Charlie Heir. Cresceus and Boral
ma, is announced by Mr. Lawson.
" A statement Issued by the latter to-ntght
says that the race will be at Meadvllle.
Mass., In the week beginning September 16,
all the gate receipts to go to charity. The
race will bo handled by the New England
Trotting Horse Breeders' Association.
) Mr. Lawson said that as soon as the pro
posed race witn The Abbott was called off
he proceeded to arrange a triangular race,
doing it before he knew that The Abbott's
owner had changed his mind. The arrange
ments were Immediately completed between
the owners of Crcseus, Charlie Herr and
The race Is to bo best three In Ave heats,
first horse to take 230,000; the second, $20,
053: each owner to deposit 2,E0O and the re
mainder the night before the race; all gate
receipts to be divided equally between the
West End Nursery and Infanta" Hospital
nnd the Industrial School for Crippled and
Deformed Chrlldren, both of Boston.
Charley Herr Entered.
1.1 PUBLIC SPKOAL.
Lexington. Ky.. March S. Davy Cahlll. owner
ot Charley Herr. to-oleht entered him In a tri
angular race between Cresceus, Bornlma and his
horse, which will be trotted at the Iteadvllle
meeting September 17.
Tha choicest of select grain and
a. maturing of 10 years is the
secret of the purity, the perfection
and the excellence of
of its kind and .
nothing (ike it. j
It Is particularly
its age and ex-
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ST. LOUIS, MO.
AT THE COLISEUM.
Notrr Dame and Missouri Osteo
paths Have Teams Entered
in To-Night's Games.
All arrangements are complete for the bis
indoor atretic meet at the Coliseum Satur
day night. The event will take place tinder
the auspices of the St. Lcuis University
Athletic Association. All the big schools,
colleges and universities of the West will
be represented in the various events. The
relay races are expected to prove highly
interesting. The Intercollegiate, scholastic
and military relay races will bring out big
Notre Dame University of South Bend.
Ind., has sent a team here to take In the
intercollegiate relay race. The Missouri
School of Osteopathy of Klrksvllle will also
be represented in this event. Coach White
Is coming down from Klrksvllle with a
tpnm of eleven men and 200 rooters.
Captain Deslodge and Coach Delaney of
'.1.1 C T.nt. TTntvnmtT. taMr tfillm tlflVA
tne 01. twuia wMi.t.o.kj ..... ..u ...
their boys In first-class shape. The St. Louis
U. boys captured tho amateur athletic
championship of the State at Columbia last
spring. They beat the Klrksvllle Osteopaths
and Columbia Tlsers at this meet. The
Osteopaths expect to turn the tables on tho
local boys to-night, but Coach Delaney says
that his team will be hard to beat.
The rivalry between High Scnool. Smith
Academy, Western Military Academy of Al
ton and East St. Louis High School in the
scholastic relay race Is something Intense.
All four teams are right on fcatner edge,
and a clce contest Is anticipated.
The military boys are also greatly ex
cited over their relay race. Teams from the
Rainwater Rifles, McGrew Guards and
Branch Guards will have teams in this
STARTER DUMPED PUBLIC.
Yellow Tall. Heavily Backed, Was
Left at tlie Post.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL, t
San Francisco, Cai., March 22. Yellow
Tail, carrying thousands of the public's
money, was absolutely left at the post in
the third race at Tanforan to-day. The
distance was six furlongs and Kenilworth
was the favoirte at 6 to 5. while Yellow Tail
was a strong second choice at 8 to 5. Just
as the barrier flew up Yellow Tail whirled
and did cot get away at all. Rosermonde
got the best of the ragged start, but Kenil
worth went to the front at the half. Turn
ing Into the stretch he seemed an easy'
winner, but Sad Sam came with a great
buret' of speed at the end and Kenilworth
barely managed to beat him out by a
scant head. Sam would have landed the
money In another Jump. He was as good
as SO to 1 at the close. Rosermonde secured
third place1 from Dr. Cave.
Beau Ormonde was the only thing In the
first and won as he pleased.
The second went to Huachuca, the fa
vorite, who beat Contestant In a hard
Ogle, the odds-on favorite, had no trouble
.to win the 2-year-old race from Yrsula.
In the fifth Nansen looked a cinch and
was heavily played at 3 to 5, but Henry got
McGygle away In front and was never
headed, winning easily. Nansen took the
place from Llzella In a drive.
Impromptu was much the best In the last
event and won handily, with Tony Lepping
in second place.
First race, eleven-sixteenths, purse Beau Or
monde. 112 (Henry).': to 1. won; Lief Prince, 113
(Domlnick). 10 to 1. recsnd; Andrattus. Vtt
(Wcdaerstrand). 5 to 1. third. Time. 1:07. Skip
lie. Eonlc. Rio de Altar, Mlldao and Sinn a!:o
Second race, three-eighths of a mile, selling
Huachuca. 10T (O'Connor), 2 to 1. won; Con
testant, 103 (Henry). S to 1, second; San Lultlon.
107 (Mounce). 5 to i. third. Time. :3t. The
Maniac. Royalty. Dandy Quadra, B. C. Green
ard M!ss Muslque also ran.
Third race, three-fourths of a mile, nurse
ircnllworth. 112 (Henry), 6 to S, won; Sad Sam,
Ki (Murphy), 13 to 1, second: Rosormonde, 10s
(O'Connor). to 1, third. Time, 1:11. Doctor
fave, Mldlan and Precursor also ran. Yellow
Tall left at the post.
Fourth race, three-eighths of a mil', selling
Oitie. 10? Henrj). 8 to 10. won: Yrsula. 107
(Thorpe). 10 to 1. second; Snooze. 106 (Butler), It
to 1, third. Time. :36. Vassalo. Hard Nixht,
Dan Collins. Porous and Priam also ran.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, selling Mae
Oyle. 109 (Henrv). 3 to 1. won; Nanvn, 107
(O Connor). 7 to 10. second; Llzxella, 100 (Mounce),
8 to 1. third. Time. 1:4SV Nllgar. Artllla, Hlppo
nax and Mont Eaele also ran.
Sixth race, seven-eighths of a mile, selling
Impromptu. 110 (Henry), T to E. won: Tony I-ep-plnr,
105 (Mounce), 10 to l. second: 'William Acs,
100 (Murphy), 25 to 1. third. Time, !: 'Con
par. Compaq and Bernota also ran.
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Saturday's Tanforan Entries."
First race, three-quarters mile, scllinr:
nirdl- Stone 100 Sublime 105
Smill Jack 10J Moonbrlsht 103
llllloun 101 )Iomt3 , 10-
Marcy 101 Tola 1J7
Roundhead 105 David 9 W
Princes' Tltlana 105 Flatterer 100
Second race, seven-eighths mile, selling:
Alas 96 Prtludlce 1
Vain lot Torsln 101
Phoenlssa 103 Hlch Hoe 1M
Mcropi 10 Vohlcer 10?
Goldon 10 Flamero 10S
Boundlee 103 Maegle Davis 1M
Third race, steeplechase, handicap, about two
and a hair miles:
Lord Chesterfield 10? IPerlwls .15
Mestor 108 loilnthus 1M
Mayboy 11! I
Fourth race, one mile and a furlong, handicap:
Articulate lOJiTuthlll IK
Formero 103 IThe Fretter !13
Fifth race. Pacific Union Handicap, i-rear-olds.
one mile and a furlong:
Gold Badge SS Beau Ormonde Ill
Rollick 100 Dandy Jim US
Benson Caldwell 102 TeIamon i
("nugar 103 Holllng Boer. K
ST Rica 103 Canmora 127
Sixth race, one mile, selling:
Havllana 103 1 Lomond ....10
Rio Shannon 103 Isir Hampton..'...lL..10g
Sunello 105 1 Wyoming .3..1U
SAVING GARRY HERRMASlt.
Will Xot Race Before the Kentucky
Derby Good Workout.
Louisville. Ky.. March 2Z Garry Herr
mann, the crack 3-j ear-old of Charles Head
Smith, will not start In the Montgomery
Handicap or any event precedent to the
Kentucky Derby. Announcement to this
effect was made Friday by Charlie Hughes,
the trainer of Garry.
It had been his purpose to take the colt
to Memphis and give him two or three good
races, but to-day Hughes changed his mind
and will keep him here and prepare for the
Kentucky Derby. Following his good work
of yesterday the colt was given only a can
ter to-day. He is already in good form, and
could easily have been fit for the Memphis
meeting. Hiram Scoggln will ship six horses
to Memphis Sunday. Including the Kentucky
Derby iMididate. Sennex Gloria. Tom Crabb
has decided to keep his string here
The Kentucklatr, a noted horse in the Mc
Caflerty suing, broke down in work this
mcrnirg so hopelessly that he will never
trail again. Trainer Weidner sine Prior,
the Derby candidate, five-eighths in 1:04 Vi
this morning. George ling's Derby candi
dates were given a mile in 1:49. working
out nicely. John E. Madden breered a quar
tet of 2-year-olds at a two-minute gait.
Mr. Mc.re worked a 3-year-old maiden a
half l!. :. This is said to be tha most Im
pressive work yet done at the track. Sam
Bryan worked a St. Maxlne 2-year-old filly
three-quatters la 1:19. Clay & Woodford's
string of twenty will arrive next week.
Trainer Jones of the George Whitney
stablo will send three colts to Lexington
next week to be turned out, having proved
NEW ORLEANS TRACK
Many Race Horses Shipped Friday
Night to Little Rock and
DISSOLUTE WON STAKE EVENT.
Gentlemen's Race Proved an Inter
esting Feature Jockey Henry
Tiloted Five Winners
New Orleans, La.. March 2:. An at
tractive card, coupled with spring weather,
drew a large crowd to the Fair Grounds
Friday afternoon. The stake feature of tho
afternoon was the Pickwick Club Stakes, at
a mile, for 3-year-olds, with 00 added.
Society was also out In full force, the gen
tleman's race being the magnet.
The racing season In this city will come to
a close Saturday.
The majority of the stablea here are un
decided at which point they will race on ac
count of tho recent ruling adopted by the
Western Jockey Club, outlawing horses,
owners, trainers and Jockeys that ply their
vocation on Turf Congress tracks.
Will Ship to St. Lools.
About five carloads or horses will b3
shipped to St. Louis on Sunday mornin?, to
rest up there until the season orens In the
A special horse train, consisting of six
cars, left to-night for Little Rock. Ark.
Among those who are represented In the
consignment are: W. W. Lyles. Mose Gold
blat. G. Stroebel, Wallace & Terrett, Vince
6 Weir. H. U Johnson, C. J. Cella. R. Re
gan. C. O'Connor. P. J. Wiles. J. J. Ellard,
W. Conroy. Mrs. J. C. Tucker. W. H. Shad
ley and M. Rums.
Jockey E. Tully. who has been In the hos
pital for some time, left for Chicago last
Charles Cella. the bookmaker, received a
telegram from his brother. Louis Cella. of
the Arm of Adler. Cella &. Tllles. anting
that horres. owners. Jockeys and trainers
racing at Little Rock can race at the St.
Louis tracks the Fair Grounds and Delmar
Only Two Favorites Won.
Only two of the set en favorites finished In
front during the afternoon. The Plewicic
Club Stakes were taken by Dissolute, a
4-to-l shot, who led from start tn finls'.i.
and won easily bv a length and a half from
the good thlrg. fir Gatlm. Gertrude Kl iott.
the favorite, nfter runnln? in the pUce to
within twenty yards of the wire, quit, and
wa beaten by a nose.
The gentleman's race went to the favor
ite. Swordsman, who won by a short heal,
after a furious drive all down the stretch
with J. H. Barnes.
The race was by far tin prettiest of its
Xmd ever witmssed her. and the riders of
tho first two horses rode races that would
do crwllt to professional Jockeys.
Charlie Daniels, urder a pretty ride bv
Vitltoe. Just managed to take the big end
of the purse In the opening event, from
Zaza by a neck.
The mlle-snd-a-quarter rncp. the second
on the card, resulted In a s:lrring finish be
tween three horses. Woodtrlce. at S to 1. se
cured the verdict by a neck from Evcclsls.
while the latter only beat Red Pirate a
neck for the place.
Tom K'ngslcy. a well-played good thin.
cirre home ar easy winner in the tnird. at
six furlong":. Geornle. the pacemaker, se
curfd the place without an effort.
Kid. the favorite. Just lasted long enough
to secure the big end of the purse from
Loone, a 5-to-l shot.
5Tew Orleans Snmmarlrs.
First race, six furlongs, renins; Charlie DaVo's
119 (Vlttatoe). 3 to 1 and even, won; Zaxa ioi
(lVllkerson). S to : and even, second; Tenolc 119
(LsndryL S to 1. third. Time, 1:16. roorlard.
Jack Ad!e". Aiua. llldy Ann. Llndle, Enjoy, A.
L. MImms and Slrolster' also rare.
Second race, one mile and a quarter, felling
Woodtrlce; 111 (Dupee). 8 to 1 nnd 2 to 1. won:
ExceWs. 10 (Willcerson). S to 2 and to S. sec
ond: Red Flralc. US (Cochran). 4 to 1. third.
Time. 2:11. Beana. Admetus, Blocker and False
Lead also ran.
Third race, six furlonirs Tom KlnxFley. 10S
(Walsh), t to 2 and S to C, won: Georirle. 113
(Landry). 3 to 1 and 6 to S. second; Goebel. 10:s
(Miles). 6 to 1. third. Time, 1:11. Andes Dnus
terswlil. Eleanor Howard, Ranco and Sentry
Fourth race, the Pickwick Club Stake, or.c mll
Dissolute. Ill (Walsh). 4 to 1 and S to G. won;
Sir Qatlan, 103 (O'llrlen). 7 to 1 and z to 1. sec
ond: Gertrude Elliott. 7 (Wllkerson), 9 to 5.
third. Time. 1:12. Trebor, Barilla and Egyptian
Prince also ran.
Fifth race, centlemen riders. on mile and a
sixteenth Swordsman. 151 (Mr. Blacke). 9 to
C and 4 to 5. won: J. II. Barnes. 14 (Mr. Menln).
13 to 5 and even, second: Dagmar. 130 Mr. Rush),
7 to 2. third. Time. Ii3. Zolo, Hardly and
Bright Nltlit also ran.
Sixth race. reen furlongs, selllnc Kid. 104'i
(O'llrlen). 2 to 1 and 4 to 5. won; Loone. 10SV4
(Walsh). 6 to 1 and 2 to 1. second: Vlrele d'Or.
101 (GormleO. IB to 1. third. Time. 1:30. The
Kurllnpton Route. Ram Lazarus. Priam, lno.
Claud Walton. Vie Lament, Acushla and Mono
mrtalllst also ran.
Seventh race, sir furlongs, selling Janowood.
108 (Newcomel. 4 to 1 and f to 5. won: Momen
tum. 125 (Landry) 5 to 1 and 3 to 1, second: Lack,
119 (Dnpeel 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:1H1. Curtser.
Bella of Elgin. Slasher. Kohnwreath. Heroics,
Pirate's Queen and Juanettwlto ran.
Satarday's Serr Orleans Entries.
First race, three-quarters mile, selling:
Madeline G 9f llelle nf Klgln lot
Pa"nwork rcl Pirate's Qi'ecn lot
John Bull.. V I Miss Gollghtly jjj
CurtW KlDoctor CarrlcV flS
Clara baild 10)1
Second race, on mile, semnr.
Weldemann 100 Hardly 104
Eleven Bells 1M Barton .1M
Bxcelsls 101 Radiant Heat 109
Plantain 101 Eltholln 112
Thirri rare handlcarj. steenlechase. short course:
Torreon lMIThe Planet 134
5erry Ranjrer. 132 Zufallla I.r4
rlncess Murphy 114 1 Improvident IS
Mr. BrooXwood 1S4 ' Seldenbach 138
Fourth race, the TUrf Congress Handicap. C0O0
added, one mile ana a sixiecn-.u.
Eva Rice 9? Senator Beverldge....l03
Strangest Sir Florlan, 105
UniCc Ella ! Varro 10j
! Aloha II f""?, 25?
Andes 9 lntruslte 134
'.en Chance 101
Fifth race, handicap, two. miles:
Red Pirate SJ , Sliver Coin 1M
Major Manslr SJ Frangible 10
Bert Davis 1T Lton Ferguson 10J
Grey Forge 101 1
Sixth race, one mile, selling:
Miss Loretta 1"3 The Jefferson ,100
King Bermuda lot Colonel Oay 113
Mis Redwood 107 Pacemaker 112
Duchess of Tork 107 Blshon Reed 112
Iris ;....107 The Burlington
Percy R 109 Route 114
George Krata lot
Seventh race, on mile, selling:
Little Sallle tliPhldlas 10t
Chilton 80 L. W 101
Vie Lamont S3 Jack Adl H'l
Ignis 101 Plramo 104
WILL RIDE AS PROFESSIONALS.
Many Crack Amateurs Transferred by
IS. C. A. Board of Control.
New York, March 22. In the past winter
several amateur cycling racers inadvertent
ly "gave themselves away," In respect to
their real relations to the game, and Thurs
day that which naturally might have been
expected did occur. A round dozen of the
best known and fastest amateurs were
transferred from the amateur to the profes
sional ranks by the N". C. A. Board of Con
trol "Tiie mailed hand within a velvet
glove" Is being well exemplified by the body
that controls racing. Instead of notifying
riders that there Is evidence on hand to
convict them and that they have been
hurled precipitously Into the ranks of pro
fessionals they get a polite letter, such as
the following one, which was sent last
Saturday to twelve riders:
Dear Sir: The season ot 1901 promises to be tie
meet successful ever experienced by cycle racing
and the Increased number of tracks necessitates
an added number of professional riders.
Hating attained a sufflcient degree ot pro
ficiency In the amateur class and Incidentally
enjoed benettts which, under the rules, are
not accorded to riders In this class. It Is sug
gested trot you apply tor transfer to the pro
Wishing you a profitable Inning In the pursuit
of wealtn and lame and expecting to bear frum
jou In the near future. I am. very truly our.
A. G. UATCHELUER.
Chairman cf the JT. C. A. Beard ot Control.
The transfers were announced officially
yesterday as follows:
F. J. Cadwell, Elwood, Conn.; Lester tWIl
scn, Pittsburg. Pa.: W. F. Wahrenberger,
New York City; James Hunter. Newark. N.
J.; John King. Newark. N. J.; I. C. Perry.
Chlcopee," Mass.; D. M. Alexander. Hart
ford, Conn.; Pcd Hickman, Birmingham,
Ala.; W. 8. Fcnn, Bristol, Conn.: Claude
Hamilton. Lowell. Mass.; Joseph Turgeon,
Fall River. Mass.; Joseph Szparadowskl,
TILLE8 PRESIDENT OF
Leader of the Fight on the West
ern Jockey Club Hns Succeed
ed Robert Aull.
NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Charles Green Is the Only Member
of the Old Board Retained
Big Deal Finally
The deal for the purchase of a controlling
Interest in the Fair Association was closed
Friday, when the old Board of Directors,
headed by President Robert Aull, resigned.
Tho new owners of the property Immedi
ately elected a new board, consisting ot
C. A. Tlllos, Sam Adler, Louis A. Cella. P.
J. Cella, L. Arado. Cyrus Adler. Valle
Reyburn, Joseph Martin. Frank Miner and
Charles Green. Mr. Green Is the only mem
ber of the old hoard who was re-elected.
Tho new hoard elected C. A. Tilles presi
dent of the organization. Mr. Tillcs N
well known in Western turf circle". He
has been directing the affairs of the Ar
kansas Jockey Club of Little Rock for fpv
eral years nnd Is one of the orislnal pro
moters nnd a heavy stockholder In the
new Delmar Jockey Club of St. I-nuls.
Mr. Tilles came to St. Louis from Ar
kansas with Sam W. Adler about fifteen
years ago and went Into the tobacco busi
ness. They prospered and had built up a
fine business, when the baseball war broke
S '' iilnxt.i.1 .... .t. t ----- .
C A. T1UL.E3.
New President of the Fair Assocla-T
- ' '-- . t ' iiiti.C"t-"S""S"S--e-s-s-e.
out In 15S0. There was considerable talk
at that time of lucntine a Brotherhood team
In Ht. Louis, and Messrs. Adler and Tilles
were invited to financier the deal. They se
cured a lease on the old Scuth Side Park
property, and when the baseball deal fell
through South Side wps converted Into a
race track. Klcctrlc light racing was after
wards introduced there. Later on Messrs.
Tilles and Adler became Interested in the
Madison track, across the river. Louis A. ,
Cella joined them inthls venture and the
trio have been associated in business ever
The Tllles-Cella-Adlcr syndicate conduct
a big commission brokerage business-In St.
Louis and the individual members of the
combination own a lot of valuable real es
tate in this city. 7 ( j ,
Mr. Tiller, the new president of the Fair
Association. Is the rctivc head of tile rac
ing business of the syndicate. He organized
the horse owners at i lemphis and New Or
leans against, the , Western Jockey Club
and has. secured 'the signature of nearly
ever)' owner of prominence on the Western
circuit, with the exception of John Schorr
and George Bennett, to an agreement
which assures their support to the Little
Rock meeting, irrespective of any action
taken by the Western Jockey Club. This
move on Mr. Tilles's part makes the suc
cess of the Little Rock spring meeting,
which will commence next Monday, a set
All the stock in the Fair Association
bought by Tilles. Cella and Adler was
paid for yesterday, a $300,090 check figuring
In the transaction, whicn was consum
mated at Broker James Campbell's office
on Fourth street. Charles Green, the only
member of tho old board re-elected, was at
the head of the Fair Association for many
During his administration the present
race track, grand stand nnd clubhouse
were built. Valle Reyburn is a well-known
attorney. Joseph Martin is the son of the
lato Edward Martin,' who was a director In
the Fair Association. Mr. Martin is head
bookkeeper for Tilles, Cella and Adler, and
secretary of the Delmar Jockey Club.
McJOYVr WOX FOR VAXDERBILT.
American Millionaire's Spell ot Bad
Racine Luck Is Broken.
BPECIAL BY CABLE.
Parts. Match 22. (Copyright. 1901, by the
New York Herald Company.) Mr. W. K.
Vanderbilt's spell nf bad luck has under
gone a change. It is twelve months nearly
slnco his colors have been seen in front,
and it is pleasing to record that Edward
McJoynt, the new American jockey for his
stable, has been the means of breaking the
Ice at Malsons Lafitte to-day on Ontario II.
In the next race McJoynt ran second on
L.vdo. one of Mr. Vanderbilt's crack fillies.
There Is little doubt that the public will
become mad about American Jockeys, as
Rlgby also rode two winners to-day.
George Ketchim says that Cresceus will be
started at eery grand circuit meeting where
there is a class for him.
B. T. nirney. former driver of Prince Alert,
Is now training for v. H. Dlckerman ot New
York, owner of Bellini. 2:1514.
The souvenir number of tho Western Ilorse
aian is at hand. It Is brimtul of fine pictures
and Instructlte readme matter.
Rrlrhton Heach and Glens Falls clash. The
liberal conditions at the former track are certain
to hurt the circuit member.
In the sir seasons that Frank Bogash, 231.
has raced he has surte-1 forty-three times and
has been behind the money In only three race.
Good Momlns. i:13H. Is the mother of a
filly sired by Baron Dillon, 2:12. The youngster
was foaled March 4 and has been named In
auguration. Lon McDonald Is to have the New Tork
trotter. Chain Shot. 2:im. This horse was
raced In the West last jear and is counted a
At the Lackey sale last week Barney Dema
rest paid M.S25 fur th5 green trotter Little Helen.
Barney has quite a stable In training at Mor
rlstown. X. J.
Ed Geers has lately bought a couple of
prospects. One Is a oacer called The 8pr, by
Chimes, out cf a lTlnce Regent marc, and the
other a trotter by Slambrlno King.
Henry Hughes of New Tork Is dead. He
was an old-time horseman and was best known
as Alderman Hughes, and at the time of his
death ovtned Krt Lock. 2:ll!i.
Edgmark. 2:16. who has been kept at Thom
cale Farm lor the past few years, has been re
turned to his owner. Colonel Henry 3. KusselL
He is in splendid shape and will be exhibited
at the horse show by Howland Russell.
Henry M. Smith, the founder of Fashion
Farm, died last wesk. Until the owner's health
failed ieveral jears ago Fashion Farm was the
eaual of any breeding establishment In the world.
It was the home of Ooldsmlth Maid. Lucy. Jay
Gould. Stranger. Gen Kncx and hosts or other
"SKEETS" MARTIVS LICEASE.
London Stall Says Tlint It Hns Been
London. March 23.-The Dally Malt says
It understands that the application of
"Skeets" Martin, tne American Jockey, for
a licenss for the coming season has been
According to the same authority, an ar
rangement has been made whcieby Mr.
William C. Whitney becomes the lessee of
the Derbv favorite. VoloJyovski. and also
of Petroriius. for two seasons. The Daily
Chronicle asserts that the lease was Just
concluded when Sir Thcmas Llpton made an
oiler for VolodyovekL
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St. Louis Manager Has Stars
Signed That Will Give Him
a Fair Team.
CRIGER MAY YET COME.
Tall Catcher Liable to Reconsider
His Decision and to Qnit Bos
ton American League
The St. Louts team will b; shy several
of its star piavers when it takes the Held
next month, but there will be enough first
class talent at Manager Donovan's disposal
to make as good or better rhowlng than
the Perfectos did in 1KB. Of the pitch
ers. Fowell. Jones. Sudhoff and Ilughey
ran be counted on, but Young will prob
ably not return to his old allegiance. It
was a question of money with Cy nnd the
Roblsons. Criger has signed with the Hus
ton Amcrlcnli League Club, and "Rchbl."
Is one of the owners and players and the
nptain of the Baltimore club. Ruelow has
Jumped to Detroit, and "Schrck" will be
Crlger's working male. This liaves the
locals without a catcher.
Criger was tempted away by a I2.S0O ran
tract. Good mony that, but Louie Is a great
catcher, and is as capable of earning tl'at
Bum as. any backstop In the l miners. He
can't coach a pitcher as well as "Robbie"
dcrs. but he has the big fellow beaten
a block In a mechanical way. If -;roed lor
soZil tempted Iiuie anal', why "-:11 not
love of lucre caiKe him to return? Maybe
he'll keep faith with Collins, but an Elk
hart. Ind . friend of the Sporting News
writes Hint the tall boy lies un ofer of
J3.CO0 from the Roblsons under considera
tion, and It will not surprl.-e his friem!3
and relatives If he accepts it. The en
ticing feature of this contract is that
it Is not for a single season, but a term
of yearr. There are twins In the Crigtr
family, and no one can foretell what will
happen in a household from yvnr " yc-ir.
More doublets will add to Louie's responsi
bilities, and it will be highly sitUfn-tcry
to him, from a paternal standpoint, to have
a St. Louis contract calling for J3.0-K) a year
up to and including the World's Fair tta
son. Cuppy, his partner In the saloon ven
ture, is wary about advising his business
associate, but he does not hesitate to as
sert that a ball player's first duty is to
himself, and the better ho fixes himself
financially while In the game tho less will
be his regret when his career closes. Cuppy
speaks r.M one insplied, as he Is without
an engagement for 1DJ1. Hence, Criger re
gards the pitcher as an oracle.
Burkett was1 bluffing about giving the
Roblsons two more uays to come to his
terms, and will once more be a member of
the firm of "me and Bob nnd Held." Mike
Donliu Is en route from California and his
heart will be In his work thl9 summer.
Donovars playing will not be affected by
his managerial cares. With two of this
quartet certain and the chances favoring
the return of the pair, there Is no need
of worrying-about St. Louis' 1901 outfield.
The Infield'nee03 patching up. Padden will
be a success 'at second, and If Wallace h"
switched ' lo' third, where he belongs,
Dick can"deliver the goods at shortstop.
Krueger stands a better show of making
the cecond sack than Child docs. McGann
ij an earnest first baseman, but many think
that Donlin should be played regularly at
the Initial corner. This could be done If
Burkett and Hcldrick report. An extra out
fielder could bo secured In exchange for
So If Criger can be Induced to leap back
and Wallace, Heldrlck. Burkett and others
can be prevented from Jumping, the Per
fectos will pass muster. Of course, there
will be additions to the team. It Is said that
Monte O'Donnell of Wel'.avllle, the home of
BUI Douglas, has been signed. He is not
known in local circles.
President Comiskoy paid a filling tribute
to -Captain Dick Padden of the White
Stockings in giving his lieutenant's name
so much prominence at the celebration of
tho searon's victory," wrote 61 Sanborn In
tha Chicago Tribune last September.
"While It was Comiskey who put the team
together and made championship material
out ot players, many of whom had been
tried and. found wanting by other manag
er?, it ha been Captain Padden who has
executed his isupenor's orders on the field
of battle and executed them well. It re
quires, brains to give orders, nnd it requires
brains or -Intelligence to keep a collection
of base ball players working at top speed
alt nea'ion long, most of the time against
handicaps caused by injuries and .accidents.
Much 'of the time while playing away from
home the White Stockings have been direct
ly In charge of Captain Padden, and the
work of'the team on these trips testifies
to his ability and the wisdom of Comiskey's
confidence In that ability."
Dick Padden was formerly a minor league
pitcher, but. his arm falling, he became a
second baseman. His work with Toronto
In the Eastern League secured him an en
gagement with Pittsburg, and ho plajed
two years with that ciub, going to Wash
ington In 1833. When Washington left -.he
league, Padden was secured by Comiak-v,
and more than made giod a an in;i.ildjr
"Lefty" Jones of Golden has signed a con
tract to play with tho St. Louis National
League basebail team at a salary o: J2.fC".
Jones has been holding out for an incr-ass
In salary and refued to sign until he cot it.
A good deal of talk has been going .trnun-1
that he would desert the .-rational Leaqun
and go over to the Americii. Inu this I a'l
sttled bv his signing the cU. Louis contract.
He has been taking 3Xeellent rare of him
self and Is in fine condition. Tor the past
seven weeks he hus been coaching the Stat:
School of Mines ball te.im. He will leave
fcr St. Louis-about April I. Te'egram from
Jones will get a big Increase over his 1900
salary, but It Is not probable his contract
for next season will "all fcr S2.500. This
would mean a $1,000 rates for the St. Louis
southpaw. Some ball ulayrs question his
gamencss, and declare '.hit he is none to?
steady at critical stages. "A great pitchir
Is Jones." said one of the Perfertos last
season, "If he only had Cuppy's grit."
Rank of Commerce Clnb.
The Rank of Commerce will have a first-class
baseball club this season, and are looking fjr
rarr.es with the best clubs In the city. Btockho
and Morehead will pitch, and Le Cton. one of
the best ratchers In the city, will receUe. The
senion will be op-ned with Christian Hi-others'
College the second Saturday In Anrll. Saturday
anmes only will te arranged by addressing R. J.
Morehead. manager. Following will be th line
up: Le "ron. c: Stockho. p.: Bakr, lb.: Sesln
haus. ib.: Ricks, s.: Klnrella. 3t.r Spokane. 1.
f.; Hofman. c. f.: l'arker, r. f.; Peterson and
RALL PLAYERS OX THE GOLFyLI.KS.
Robinson and Howell of Baltimore
Enjoy the Scotch Game.
Captain Wllbert Robinson of the Oriole
American Baseball League team has be
come a devotee of golf. For several months
"Robbie" has had an Idea that he could dis
tinguish himself in this line, but not until
yesterday afternoon did he get the chance
he craved, says the Baltimore News. With
Pitcher Harry Howell he spent an hour or
two on one of the local courses, and both
men now consider themselves adepts nt "ye
ancient and honorable game." The "fata I
ties" were one broken driver, a bruised
ankle, a smashed nose and three lost btllj.
Like all beginners, they did well. Captain
"Robbie" particularly so. Ills eye and
muscle served him in good stead, and he
will develop one of these slays Into a fine
player. If he sticks to the work. He Insists
that he intends to do this, as its fascina
tion has appealed to him Just as it has to
all who have handled the slender clubs. He
also believes the gentle exercise Is a great
thing for the constitution.
"Robb'e" took the first turn ''at the bat."
A "tee" wa3 made for him, and he was
given minute Instructors how to adjust Ms
driver and how to stand in order to get the
true Vardon swing. His first drive from
the tee (which, by the way, he insists upon
calling the "putt") "was a beauty. The Lait
sailed away on what "Robbie" called "a
line drive." in a direct course for the hole,
and he got about 173 yards in distance.
"That is a three-bagger," remarked How
ell. He had a cleek lie for his second shot,
and, after the necessary Instructions had
been given, his Instructor hurried alter his
own ball A moment later "Robbie's" ball
rose In the air and landed full on the green.
It developed later that the stout cptMn
had gotten bis "signs crossed" and had
used a putter for a shot of fully 100 yards.
This probably was the reason he had some
difficulty In handling the putter with that
delicacy required; and, though on the green
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tn two it rnst him six or seen more
Hobble" showed so much better form on
the lair green than hU instructor that he
was left "severely alone" as tar as lessons
went from that time on. He even was com
pelled to make his own tee. and now tne
remains cf small-sized mountains matk
"Hobble's" victoriou3 march over that
couise. The sod is still undisturbed, how
ever, for not once did his "batuni; ee
fail him. After his experience on the tirst
puttins green, he plaed a "losy; game, for
ne would tread out a channel between his
ball and the hoie from which the putt cou.d
not delate and was bound to hole out.
To protestations from Kouell and the in
structor he handed out a "Jolly' to tne
effect that "a roller Is neeiied over the
course, anyway." Then his well-known Ha.
Ha!" would wake the sylvan echoes.
Harry Howelrs proficiency was not so
well marked, except in the matter of score-,
keeping. There he had the others of the
narty '"faded." Howell, would drive, make
naif a dozen good, bad or indirterect iron
shots and then bijjioly remark: "Playing
four. This never failed to arouse the snlal
captain's ire and cause reterences to tne
time when "Rotable" came pretty near hav
ing to pay $a fine for "kicking" at Brook
lyn last. year. .. . n
It was believed that "Robbie' would fall
down when bunkeru had to be plaed, but
he fooled "em, as he has done many a time
In the other game. His shots sailed over all
hazards like a veteran and rarely sot into
serious difficulty. The lest balls were "home
runs over tho fence"
During the. coming summef "Robbie ex
pects to add tone to baseball by using golf
terms. For instance, when tho home team
is two runs ahead at tho end of the sev
enth Inning "Robbie" will call out "Dprmj
two." When another Inning has been play ed
without change In the score, he will add:
"Two up and one to piay." When ,the nrsst
baseman attempts to work any trlcK on the
base runner, "Robbie" as coacher, will call
out: "Look out there, he's got you stym
ied!" Strikes will be "foozles." When a n'
ball would be particularly objectionable, he
will caution the batter "not to usa his
rrom indications It Is probable that "Rob
bie" will advocate the adoption of long
whito trousers and white cap with scarlet
shirt nnd coat for tho uniform of the Ori
ole team this year. Howell says he will
back up his arguments in its favor.
UPHOLDS THE "OPTIOX CLAUSE."
Attorney Say Ball Playrra' Contract
la Vnlld aa Any Other.
New York. March 22. In view of the dif
ferent opinions expressed as to the valid
ity of the "option clause" In the National
League contract. The Republic t'.rre
spondent called at the law ort'.ces if !"!
win & Ward Thursday to learn what Jonn
M. Ward mlsht have to say on tnis subject.
In addition to the fact ih.-.t -Mr. ard
was himself a ball player, and alv f.ne or
the Piayern' Committee vWch helped dtalt
the prercnt form ot agreement, hi has ptr
hrps had more occasion to evamlcc tne
League contract than, anv one els-.
Mr. Ward has tried' i number of cases in
which it becume necessary r.,r : Court
to construe the contract, anictir otners bt
In the cases of 1'feHer, Flyr.n ir.il Burke
against the Xew York cluo. iirol Griffin
against the Brooklyn Club. Mr. Ward's at
tention was cnlled to the opinion of John
G. Johnson of Philadelphia to the effect
that the "option clause" was binding, and
also to the contrary opinion cxnressMl by
Attorney Higicy of Cleveland. Mr. Ward
"Though there Is not the Mtghtest doubt
in my mind as to the valMItv of this 'op
tion clause,' an idea exists that the law to
be applied to baseball contracts and base
ball affairs Is different from that nppilcable
to ordinary business matters. This is '
tirely erroneous. The same rules of inter
pretation and construction will be applied
by the Court with reference to a baseball
contract as to any other.
"If I lease a house to a man and 'n my
contract of lease give him the right to
renew the lea'.e at the expiration of the
term thereof for a further term upon com
plying with certain conditions pnd he com
plies with those conditions he tu.doubtedly
renews the lease for the further period
named. So, if I enter Into an agreement
to work for a man In any line of tmshisss
for one year, and in mv contract, .is part
of the consideration furnished by me. con
cede to him an option to renew th con
tract for another year, upon giving me
written notice on or before a certain date,
then if he gives me that notice within the
time mentioned I am bound bv the con
tract. There Is absolutely no question In
my mind upon that point.
"Some confusion has arisen because of a
misconception as to the remedies which
may be Invoked. I do not believe the Court
would enforce this 'option clause' by enjoin
ing a player who. In violation of Its pro
visions, attempted to play with some oth
er club; because a proceeding in injunction
in-clves an Invocation of the Courts equita
ble powers, and I do not believe that a court
of equity would enforce last year's form
of League contract by injunction. This is
doubtless what Attorney Higley of Cleve
land meant, because In his Interview bo
evidently has In mind an effort to enforce
the perlormance of the contract by enjoin
ing its violation. But while the Court might
refuse to go so far as to enjoin a player,
that docs not mean that the clauso would
not be upheld In a court of Law upon an
action for damages, and this I believe to
be the proper remedy in these cases."
Advisers) for Colnrtilila Team.
New Tork. March 2i The three mn r.-!.o have
been selectcJ to be the graduate adv!eis of Co
lumbia's football .team this ar arc: KrancU
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Cotton Root Pills,
j.i.WAY.qitrr.1 AHr.K-.nf. r-H-iw jsrr.
LThenmf.afn.rd bj tiotam1f womtn
roTrt.tL'ii4KIi. lnthOLO XXXTTOKS
prints matl practice. Sor St years, and doc ft
.Mooer returned If not u repreMoteda, BaA
4 cents (tamee for aralt4 parti cslara.
Dr. 8ell& Co.. P. U. Box 718. St. Louis. Mo
A PERMANENT CURE
of tha moat obctinato eases gcannieed
in from 3 to 6 daja; no other treatment
required. Sold by all drnsifats.
Uea Buefi for unnatural
lrrlutloaa or ulcsratlaaa
of mncoas membraoes.
PaJnleaa- and not aatrla-
HE E3CHanatOo. '" or poisonous.
aM y atrtaasMs,
'or sent In plain rasas'.
by express, prepaid, fo
IjOo, or s bottles. (Z.T3.
ficcuiar ens n reQaesc
Tar.a. TCtll have comnlete control of flirnerita'a
I Interests on the gridiron. They were chosen In
accordance wun xue new airuetic policy at tne
inlveislty, hlch provides that the football,
baseball, track and lacrosse teams shall each
hate one or more craduate advisers to help di
rect its policy.
Tom Jenktna Coralnc to St. I.oala.
Cleveland. O.. March C Tom JenklnV world'a
champion catch-as-catch-can wrestler, named that
style to jrovern his match with XourouUh. the
Turk, at St York: on May 7. The style was
optional with Jenkins.
George v Touhy. manager of Jenkins. ha
posted a forfeit to bind a match, for any part of
S2.50O with Dan lfctod. who recently deteattd
Paul Pon ot Montreal.
Jenfn and Touhy leave for St. Louis Saturjar
to complete arransements for their matcn with
Itneber. which is scheduled for April a in that
DALY GOES TO WEST POIXT.
Ilarvanl's Star Football Flayer to De
cone a Soldier.
Eofton. 3Ias.. March 2i Former Con
gressman Fitzeera'd was advised to-day
that Charles D. Daly. Harvard's star foot
ball player and captain of last year's eleven,
who received an -appointment to West
Point, had passed his examination and wou'd
enter the military academy la Juaa.
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