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f --' "",;. ' w f THE REPUBLIC: FRIDAY, MAY 31,1901. SM -, if !M - I 'j fe : 'i MAUD GONNE CAPTURES THE MEMORIAL HANDICAP. MAUD GONNE WON MEMORIAL HANDICAP The Flying Daughter of The Com moner Beat Sharp Bird, Frank Bell and Other Sprinters. iT WAS A SPLENDID RACE. The Manner of Her Victory Left No J"onbt of Maud Gonne's Superi ority Celtic Bard Given a Verv Bad Ride Maud Comic (the Commoner Fcronlca), a brown filly. 3 years old. owned by Turney Bros., tipped by Tho Republic, ridden by Wedderstrand and backed by public bentl rr.ent, won the Memorial Handicap of five end one-half furlongs at the Fair Grounds yesterday. In winning the race. Maud (lonno beat the best Held of sprinters Been In the West for many years. She also tied the track record of 1:07, made by Service, a 4-year-old, with l'Jfi pounds up. In 1KB. Maude Gonna is a 4-ycar-old and carried two pounds more than Service did, which means a difference of ten pounds In her favor. Maud Gonno won because she was tho best horse in the race. Oft nono too well, she made up ground on the flying Frank rell and the mighty Texas sprinter. Sharp Bird, while they were running the first quarter in the marvelous tlmo of 23U. As she came Into the stretch she was back of both Sharp Bird and Frank Uc.ll. Wedder stand was the first Jockey to begin driving. As they bent to the turn, Maude Gonne wemed beaten. When she felt the whip and raw an opening where she could get through the shot out like an arrow, put two lengths between her and Sharp Bird and it was all OTer an eighth of a mile out. Maude Gonne won cleverly. Sharp Bird beat Frank Bell a neck for the place, and Bell nosed Duelist, w ho ran a terrlllc race, out of third money. Maude Gonne was away the best at the end. It Was a Great Race In Every Way. it was the great race .It promised to be. After a delay of some time due to Houck on Jerry Hunt being kicked by Lasso Mr. Bnien got them off to a passable start. Frank Bell broke in front, with Lasso, Jerry Hunt and Midsummer close to him. Maude Gonne was off next, in fifth place. Duelist on the outside waB away, very bad ly. Miss Mae Day was nowhere at the tart. She refused to face the barrier. Bell broke like a flash and was in bis stride In a Jiffy. Sharp Bird was racing the moment he saw the flag go down. Maud Oonne got going in a hurry, four lengths to the bad. This trio is a fast breaking one. The race was between the three. Duelist, away outside, began slowly and had a hard time. He ran a wonderful race afterwards. Sharp Bird was at Bell's throat latch in a hurry. Head and head they raced to the first quarter. The watches clicked -JBK for the 440 yards. Afterward they said that racing with Bell had killed Sharp Bird. Maybe It did.- Yet Maud Gonne actually gained two lengths while Bell was running this phenomenal quarter. So the Irish girl was stepping a few herself. Around the turn Bell and Sharp Bird kept up the mur derous pace. About the middle of the big bend Sharp Bird made Bell falter, and the Texas horse looked like a winner. He even opened up a length on Maud Gonne. and the old familiar cry "Sharp Bird wins" made glad the hearts of the Texans. All thl: time Duelist was making a heart-rendering effort, running on the outside of the half circle under a very stupid ride from Hose, who was in execrable form yester day.. The others were out of it. Hand Gone Game Under the Whip. Sharp Bird and Frank Bell thundered into the stretch faster than ever a pair of horses did. Yet Bell was weak, and the ponderous son of Ragnarok had lost some of his edge. Still, the race seemed between them, es pecially when the whitened end of Wcddr atand's whip flashed over the heads of the !lV.?t.!& j2fke'? llke a shuttlecock, hissed and stung deep Into the velvet sides of th" gamest fllly that ever wore a bridle Tne "& dauBhter L The Commoner made a noble answer. She dropped her wither and croup, laid back her cars and almost leaped out of her skin. Sharp Bird swerved out to stall off Frank Bell, and through the JPtolng on the rail came Maude Gonrtc as !f.7"".forth by "Pressed air. In two Jumps she was two open lengths 2 SHii-.9 I11 over then- "IVedHcrstand! wiLI16 "-.strns race, steadied her looked around, saw he was safe sat down and guided her home. ' n ..Sp.tPlra'. 1" t0 tne IaB- staggered under the wire in second place, with 1 on him. Frank Bell was fading kwav and nSPJjPA? ,.onS en0UBh to no??&elUdt ?nM.r-SIl,nKn "i110.1"90 ran a smashing race SeTt'o'Sl'uo'nn?: a"d WM casl,y " BKJ1 S"k ? that Maude "cone1 wa, lucky. Maybe. But It was hard to see' how- won with the worst of the break- she mn !"$ of Jt raster "" nny othe? at "he land? """ a eM blt ,e" wESJr? rfjfv Dia' JPn a KO'1 ,ra:o from for Th."lLe.irokei Bm "he will not get up with9 .?" nd."inot bo excused! 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Weather clear; track fast. "Oti I'lrst rate, purse COO, 3-year-olds and I D-UIn. InJ. HOnSKS. Wt. S. i. H- V ? Jockeys. Opn Clow fl. VA UotOT M 8 (no P 1 Ooush t-S J Wild Katie KM C 4" i'i S'S Mnnfrly .... J 31) 15 Around Airaln .... H7 1 X V S'ii Van Cnmp... J) 00 II May Do US 9' a tvi A. !,lnm ... 9) IS !! Itot.erl. Jr 110 7 t"j 6' t1 Van Ier .. r, 7 a I'm Regatta 105 12 lo ' ' Moody 3 t-S ret Ul I'rlncf 102 t f i ' '' Morfe IS 14 K2 Ijkc Konso 11)2 1 11 10" OKrnii 10 13 M Airier 104 4 V 7 !' A. Johnnon.. 20 20 I 2I Coganrll 102 11 12 12 lr.' Kuhn 4 12 '. Fort Union 10; 11 7' 11' II T. crnrlen... I! M SM Ellis Olenn S 2 Ink 1 12 A. Welr .. rthotover II a'. u u 11 13 Karnaugh . ft) M SJ 882 DornUard 1 14 II II 14 II. Clark ... 10 20 Start rnr.1 W. a.ll.. H'lnn.. 1 1 Avltl'a bft: came along when ready on the outride. Ktle. Armml Again and May Do er all pointed for tl-in tare. unJ 1M well for nrt ouu. Itobcrt, Jr.. klllM by urlcht. (llfnn a, rank quIHT. Time :2I,. M. .HH. 1:11. 936 Second race, purse J300, 3-year-olds netting. In. HORSES. Wt. 8. 'J. "i. 8. 1. Jnrlteyn. jOpen XM' H. !24 Maxlmua "is" J tnk 7' iTi I"i ii, Ilwirk .. ..." W Tea Oon 10S 7 i,' S'U J''- 2 2" 11. Vltntne...! -2 4 & 117 Kate 1-Teeman ... 17 I 7' 7' " 6' I' 2" Mrl'ann .. .. lr' -" " J24 Mra. tlrannan .... 101 2 2i 2nk V, V Wt T. 0-llrli... 4 5 -5 Accolade .J7 6 ' ink 7 7 VSi Hrrrlnger ... 11 W U HI Little T. Tucker.. 107 S 'U I. Ilw .... 11-. - M f22 Harry Pulllnm ... 107 4 Ink 1'4 4 'i '' Van Canui... 2 12-5 7-10 :i lloldle 104 1 2 1 6 8 Qlcn .... 20 M i.u luvu. t.iiii raiijr; i-coiia nun. inner. . en w 111. '., , ow aa.ii nmui.Ki Maxlnua tan bla flmt gtHJ race at the track and allowed 1 In elan. Tea Gown ran a fair iac. Kate Freeman ran an Itnproied rare. 11m. (Irannnn li Imprmlnz with eiery race. Trmmy Tuck er lest a lot of ground by Itoec'a stupid ride at nrl turn. Tulllam ran a ery bad nice. 0erelglu: Kite Freeman. 5. Tine :2C, :Si',i. 1:18, 1:44. C.HB. An 1... .11... m.M .,,1 "J Third race, purse. IMP. 2-car-old, fo ur and nnc-half furlongs: I Retting. Ind. HORSES. Vfu 3. . i. ;. K. r. Jockeya. Open Cloi' ri. lit Marie Eleana ina 3 JT 777717 P ink Ktilm 1 I 2 S21 Mlea Dora 103 2 4' ji, 21 llarehb'r .... 11-5 2 4 5 SIJ HuntrrMi i E 2'1 2'fx 3j Orrtot 3 7-2 -5 S" KlngforJ IOC 1 l'l i4 4'(j MrCinn .. .. 3 j Itaby Dixon 107 ( t' e V Wedderafd . J5 R 4 Debenture 106 4 ri 4'J C Houck 10 1'. B 2 tarry Wilt 103 S 7' T 7 Enox 3 m 2l sis Ha Olft inj 7 s w ' T. O-nrlen... 60 15 803 le-nare 10 10 9' 9i !.l Roe .... D S 1 SIJ Iroeuta 190 9 10 10 10- Hell 40 100 2) 923 Tristram 103 11 11 11 11 A. Weber .. 30 CO 20 ,,.n Kooa- "on ln tt h0Tl1 ,r,vr ot tM. Winner. J. fi Ohlo'a ch. f.. 2. lr. Ilasbrou'k-I.u-'Hie .Manette. Maria waa beet In a true njn race. lllsa n..ra In not as ram aa ah w: seem tt "ate loit else. Weight toM on Huntrcasa. Klntfonl had no excuaea. I-flare a ery bad bfglnncr. Tlme-.-OT, :154. a!i. Mh. :U. "JOrourtlt rnce. purso 1400. S-year-oIds a nd up. one and one-fourth miles: Ind. HORSES. Wt. 8. 'J. . . S. F. Jockeys. Open Clnaef ' ri. yf Ixjdr of the WeaU "loT ? 2H ink J" I P I" A. Weber 3 i 4. (Sj.-.) Celtlo Bard 107 1 It nk J'H 2 T. OTlrlen... 7-10 3-5 1-5 K7 lie J 103 S 14 V 1' I Ir.ol 3' bloody .. .. 40 M 15 927 IChlckamauga 102 S 4' Ink 2,li C'4 4 niena .. .. 10 ro 4 (fl7) Ixel 103 B 2' 3'5i Ink 4i t lEnoa 4 ,'. 1 ...... Round Turn 102 5 7'i s X I "i s jliarrlnrer ... 40 M r. S11 Ranaoro 107 2 C", V 7 I 7' TurbHIIl9 .. IS 7 27 Frank Plerca 101 4 Snk S' I'Hl t'4 8 IMorae SO M 20 Start good. Won handily; eeeond driving. Winter. J. C. Ferrl, .Tr.'a ch. m.. c. chorler Daphne. Lady of the Weat was best, though reltlc Hard might lune won had lie been brouKht up imr. Ice ran a good race to the mile then quit. Lexelt an In-and-out frail fellow. ltanom seetns completely soured. Tlme-::n4, :w, i-is. y.Wi, 2-MM. "sjyFifth race. Memorial Handicap, 2-ear-olds and up. live and one-half furlongs: Ind. HORSES. J V 1 Jockey.. open'lCIocg' 1-1. S Maud Gonna 1M 4 OH ino 3' 1 Wedderafd . 7-2 B M Ml Sharp Bird li) 1 ino Ino 24 24 Harahlr ... 7-2 7-2 C-". :;t." ETink BeI1 us l 2 V 1 7 c. i-omba ... 20 yi i (120) Duelist 112 e 4 4 4' 44 I- ROM .... 1-2 7-i 3-i tS Mlaa Ma Day.... 109 6 Hi t' T. O'Brien.. 5 B 2 Ml Jerry Hunt MS S ? V 6 Houck 30 ro ) Ieo 104 2 6' V 7M4 7' Kuhn 20 40 15 -X4 Midrumn-er 112 7 S g I A. Weber .. 20 20 Start fair. Won cleverly after sharp drive at stretch head. Winner. Turney Bros.' b. f., 2. The. Commorer Feronlca. Maud Gonne waa the 8t and proed It. Off behind. he waa nell vlseed. hlle Bell and Sharp Bird were choking each other ln front. Bhe took the whip at the head of tl,o atretch and fairly flew- under the irtve. Sharp Bird hurt by weight and race with Be!L Tha lit ter had no excuses. Duellat trna ofr very bad. and on the outride ran a good race. Mae Day too slow to begin. Others neer were ln it. Time :xn, :i? ;, :2, 1:07. "4U Sixth race, purse HOP, 3-year-olds and up, one mile: Ind. HORSES. Wt. 9. U- 4. . S. F. Jockeys. Qpen'cioeef Tl. 919 Farmer Bennett... 95 4 34 24 1 1 J. T. Wooda 1 tS Ti (919) Sarner 1W if 2no Ink Ino 2no 2' Ilarahb'r ... 2 11-S 7-10 92 Meddleeome 1 2 3' 4 S' 2'4 2'4 T. O'Brien.. 12 20 7 911 Jake Weber 103 2 1 2j 4 4' 4".4 U Roue .... 13-5 s-10 191 ! The Oixton 89 7 Enk C' 3'i S D O'Neill .... 15 20 8 9C9 Llndnella 99 5 6'!, 5 6' P Howler .. .. 15 40 12 ...... Parole d'Or 10! e 7 S 7rk 7 V WedJert'd . 30 2fO M S49 Bequeath 105 g t 7no 8 S Laior 80 200 50 atari gooa. won cleverly, winner. J. W. Schorr's tx. c. 3. Florist, dam by Imp. Highland. iwrnitt beat at the weights, aa last race showed: was full of go and power. Sarner hurt by run ning ln front with Jake Weber. la best when rated oier a dlatance. Meddleeome ran a cracklnc good race; will do In a shade poorer company. Jake Weber found nnca very warm. Time :U. -J54. 38, :49i. 1:03, l:lii. iSt,. 1M1VI. "41 Seventh race, purse COO, sli furlongs: Jnd. HOUSES. 21!: JL JL JL JL -JL F- I Jockf- Opeffi'ffipi. ??" il""" ,-. ;J! I " l J" J- Miller .. 10 9-2 3 -".. Mat Hccan ().... lOi 2 v & 3' Enos 8 10 4 922 6u? Johnaon (4)... 103 8 7"4 41 T. Brien. 4 S S22 Orleana (J) 94 2 24 .. f h J T vfoSi ? 11 1 -9" S,"'T Br,M 7'" 1 i ?, -:::: :::::" S M" " nLeil. S' V- f -V. " 7' Barrtnger ... 2 11-S -l "Hi" ??r0?c. We- VU J n Plunkett .... i 20 8 928 Alleviate t) 107 7 4' 9 V Wedderafd . 20 10 4 5rnf,aI ,:"" :! w w 10 iJiior so 100 21 891 Ml Kollar (5) 107 10 12 U U Rofa .... IS IS &?-.-'? (: 3 " " .. M 13 A. Weber W 100 si p"y Tell IPS Kuhn M 100 20 tart rood. Won easily; second same. Winner. in rront or conglomerate lot. had no trouble. Sard, 115 weaKenedL. Hogan showed all kinds of epeed In good race; Tlme-:12, MM. :M, :a!4. liWi. luck In the last race, and cantered hemo in front nf flnrri. whn ran n verv rnnt men from a bad start, especially when ft Is con- sioereu mat it was nis nrst out. Now take a breath and get ready for the Club Mem berg' Handicap. ToeDay's Fair Grounds Entries. First race, one mile, selling: Vft Bertha Buck ... 89917 Julletu B. 89 .. 91 ..110 ..107 . 94 ..107 ..107 929 Vlrgle d'Or . 91 n LOOIM 7K9 Judge Magee . 923 frcea Molina 917 Wlntah 917 Ida Carbrey . 927 Swordsman ... ..111 ,.109 .107 . a .114 815 Denny Duffy 917 John Morton 914 t-'allne 929 Hansliorough yiv Jim ureeze, .. Second race, one-half mile, maidens: 925 All Mine 101 89; lAdy Drew - 107 92S Anna Elliott ...101 907 Ethylene 101 925 Eva Belle 101 97 Jungfrau 110 795 Glenca Lerrolng.107 ... JI& Ie 110 .93 Maggie CIopton.104 ... Double Day no 92S Wlsendlne 101 Third race, four and one-half furlongs, maid. ena 921 Preclaelr 107 905 Stancles .... 923 BUI FrIU . 922 John Btorm- 923 Pchwarzwmld 857 William F .103 .100 .100 .110 922 Colonel F!ynn..l0 923 Flossie's King .108 90S Oakling 103 923 Will Gaston ...100 ... Normaz 110 857 Potheen 103 930 Klllmandscharo 103 100 928 Dr. crowler ...AM 938 Preuorer 110 Fourth race, three-fourths of a mile, purse: 919 Hurry 851 92c Ethel Wheat ...109 Hlnfl 100 902 Golden Harveit.lOO 911 Mlaa Aubrey ... 9S I Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth miles, sell ing: 919 At. F. Dewey.. 91 1 92 Ida Ledfnrd ...102 9S3 SIHer Coin 107 909 Satin Coat 94 ... Thornwlld 9ll Sixth race, seven-elghtha mile, selling: 908 Soeclal Notice AV 917 Silent FrfefiA :St .104 ..10 .. 99 ..107 ..104 ... The Singer 101 909 Windward 109 00) I-restome 107 917 MIdlan I0 933 Morris Volmer .107 ... Our Irftdv 99 ... I.I11 Sparks .... 95 1927) Mlsa Patron . 1900) Deponan IB Elbe (9211 La, Desirous 687 Eight Bells . 922 Sam Laxaru . fiEI.ECTIOVP First raco Ida Carbrey, Saline. Vlrgle d'Or. Second race Wlssendlne. Double Day. Llta Ixe. Third race Pressor er. Precisely, Nomaz. Fourth race Ethel Wheat. Sinn. Hurry. Fifth race Ida Ledford. Silver Coin, Satin Cnnt. Sixth race I.a Desirous. Deponan, Sam Laz arus. IIULLAIIALOO LIKES A ItOtT. Kan Away Four Miles at Xeirport Rasslan Bid Up. Cincinnati. O., May SO. Memorial Day's events at the Newport track brought out a crowd of about 5.0M persons, despite the drizzling rain and unseasonable weather. The track was ln fairly good shape and the sport very exciting. There were seven races on the card, and all of them proved lively betting affairs. Russian, winner of the fifth event, was bid up by TV. U Hazellp from COO to $5. but was retained by his owner, George Innes. Hullabaloo ran away four miles In the third event. Xewport Summaries. First race, .mile. .selling-Brother Fred, 99 (Reauchamp). 11 to 8. won; Brown Vail 87 (Cogswell), 5 to 2. second; baar. 109 (Lindsay). 10 to 1. third. Time, 1:43. Mr. Brookwood, Rare Perfume. Blenheim, Bentley B. and Tretty Rosle also ran. Second race, alx furlongs. Belling; Anamo, 10S (Aker), 7 to J. won; Have Lock. 110 (L. Jack son). 6 to 1. second: Profit. 107 (Lindsay), S to 2. third. Time. l:13Vi. Caloocan. Gurdon. Kor thumberla. Bean. Sorapa. Assassin. Colonel Strathy, Margaret Hoffman and Nekarnls also ran. Third race, four furlongs Montana Pioneer. 107 (Aker). I to 1, won: Doctor Lovejoy, 108 (T. Corner). 15 to 1, second; 811k Cord. 110 (U Jack son), 4 to S, third. Time. :!!.. Bud Embrr. Lynden Tree, Lena, A.. Natalie, Mary Greenway, 8corttc and Hullabaloo also ran. Fourth race, six furlongs Unsightly. HI (Beau champ). 1 to t won; Zaoone. 119 (Aker). 9 to L second: Charlie O'Brien, 113 (L. Jackson), a to 1. thlra. Time. 1:14W. Fairy Day, Amoross sad Dutch Comedian also ran. Fifth race, mile, selling-Ruseiaa. 94 Of. Will lams). 4 to 1. won; Slasher. 119 (Beauchamp), 7 to 2, second; Banquo II, IIS (Snell), " to J, third. Time. 1:0. All's WelL Woodtrie, rrie FORM CHART. up, six furlongs: I. I.ntflnt.1ti f.t fjiufnn murrh Ih and up. one mile: . V -.tt t. U. H.lll. riHIll.l. M. Rlce'a b. m.. 7. Kay re Lady Nell. Vlcl. off off bad. ran a atronc race for fhe farlonga. early part. Johrson, Interfered with, ran Admission, Wllsan and Mra. Bradahaw also ran. Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling Leetka 99 (Lindsay;, 8 to 1, won; Pure WOod. 95 (U Jack son), ! Ml second; Filibuster, 104 (Aker). 2 to 2. third. Time. 1:. Flop. Syltan Dell, Meggs, Forbush and Crescent Queen alto ran. Setenth race. mile, selling. hurdles-Charlie Daniels. 137 (E. Flynn), 8 to 2, won; Governor Hoyd. 137 (Tauleke), 4 to 1. second; Abe Furst. 140 (A. Johnson), t to 1, third. Time. l:47'i. The Planet and Bettle R. al ran. Cardenas and Earn fell. To-Day's Newport Entries. First race, purse, six and a half furlongs: Old Phil ....97 Albert Edward Concha Laura's First Ida Penxanc" lrpreaa .... Younr Henry Neja Morris .. ..ior. ..i ..107 ..107 ..107 .100 .100 ..100 ,.100 ..102 ..102 Jtowcr t) Tom Engl'ah Klng'a 1'et ... Malor Pell ... River Princes ...111 Napoleon Bonaparte.lll Hazed ..102 Second race, fle furlongs: Cortne f? . 98, Dr. Worth Ijidy Florence Wanlnta Pigeon Top .... Tom Crabb .... Ml Hand Rail ..104 ..107 ..110 ....101 Rose of Red Easter Boy . ....101 ....104 Third race, .selling, six and a half furlongs; Brown Thrush 91 Sauce Boat 95 Caloocan 93 Soudana g Pjschal 93 Baffled 99 Sanj.":-.:::::::: II 1-E" "l Fourth race, selling, one rrlle: Locust Blossom J Sa-.il er 103 Tlrginla T 9Snobort Gray 105 'Tisrles Eatea MFathvland 10". H.111l",., ; :UA- Winner 107 Albert Vale 102 pter Duryes. 118 Bessie May 102 Fifth race, purse, four and a half furlongs: Wlnnora lOl.Ooralena 102 Martha D 102 Baccle 10s Miss Gain's 102 Pearl Ban 107 Natalie H 102 I Tambourine II tn rirth race, selling, alx and a half furlongs: Julia Rose is Nancy Settz 95 Elsie ennr Ml Marlon Ljnch 94 Ida llullett 91 Dr. Fanny 59 Polly Blaby 93 Full Dress 98 Rsulfs at Toronto. Toronto. May 20. Results: . First race, six furlongs Racebud won; Gran deur, second: Omnibus, third. Tim?. l:is. Second rare, four and one-half furlongs Oris won; J. Pattrlck. second: Tranefef. third. Time. :56. Third race, one and onequarter miles John Ruskln won: Maple Sugar, second: Lady Berke ley, third. Time. 2:124. Fourth rare, steeplechase, one and three-quarter mllea Callfornlan won: Jack Carey, aecond; Arnuebus. third. Time. 239Vi. . Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth Moor won: Result, second. Time laoii. Handleanper and Advance Guard were disqualified for fouling. Sixth race, seven furlongs Wlnpresa won: Sll er Garter, second: Tip Gallant, third. Time. 1:304. Win Memorial Day Shoot. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Springfield, in.. May 10. Henry Troesch won the Memorial Day shoot at the grounds of the Illinois Gun Club. The contest wss at 15 live birds. Troesch and Fred Dockson tied on fifteen straight, and ln the shoot-off mlss-and-out, Troesch won. Dockson losing his sixteenth bird. Theodore Dockson finished second, killing eleven birds. Other contestants and their scores were: Frank Richardson and Henry WIedlocher, It each: Peart Lamoreuz. 10: Art Little, 9. In the target shoot at 25 blue rocks, the win ners were: Hal Smith, class A, 25: Doctor Clark, class B. 22; Charles Sctiuck. 8r class c, 11. TDXET FRY WOlf ST. GEORGE VASB Maste Score or 168 (or the Doable Roanal la Saastwlck Golf Contest. London. May SO. There were twenty-three entries In the contest for the Royal St. George vase, the chief amateur golf com petition after the championship match, de cided at Sandwich to-day. It resulted in a victory for Sydney Fry. of the Mid-Surrey Club, by a score for the double round of 165. katarack II ta B Doekesl Sataraay. Scuthaeepten, May jO.-Tbs towing of the frnreck XI to. the Clyde haa been delayed. The tVfemiel?.rSdJrf,,M 8tDrt,lr "" " r COMMANDO AND IN THE Tin Opal Kocnu I'air Are Certain WiiHliiiiRton REPUni.ICSI'KCIAU Clilcigo. III., Jiiiy JO. (,'omtnatnlo and Conroy, the snsntlonal 3-yenroM. nf the Kasl, are cerlnln (ilnrters In the AmeJcan Derby. Jmnei It. Keene hiu finally decided to start his entries In the rich event, nnrl hns so Informed Secretary Howard of tho Washington Park Club In a letter which that nUli-lnl hns Just rrctlved. Mr. Keene linn Itnd his eyes on tins American Derby for 11 nood many jears, hut never Ix.foru has he h.til r slrong a team lo compete for the prize. SILVERDALE'3 GREAT SPEED; LADY SCHORR'S STAMINA. The (iicai Showing of the Memphis the Day at REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chicago, III., .May 30.-U Lady Schorr, the crack marc of the great Schorr triable, does not win most of tho stakes to which sho Is eligible In the West this season, there will bo many a disappointed follower of thor oughbreds. Tho wonderfully good daughter of Imp. Esher and War Mantle simply romped away tilth the Turf Congress Han dicap ot the Hawthorne track to-day before a gigantic crowd that filled every portion of spacious stand and grounds of the Stlck ney course. She led nil the way over the course or n mile and an eighth, and at the end had enough left with which to stall off the rush of such good handicap performers as The Unknown and Wild Pirate. It was strictly a Schorr day. for the Memphis stable took both of the feature events. Sllverdale following Lady Schorr's handicap victory by taking the Flight Stakes. Bessie Macklln made the fastest sort of a pace after a rather Indifferent start, and the gap she opened up was enough to dis courage the backers of the others. She simply mado a runaway race of it, leading into the stretch by nearly three lengths. Sllverdale had been worked into third po sition at that time and began to make his run. SIIverdale;s burst of speed was of the sensational and Irresistible sort, carrying everything before It. Both the Schorr winners wero heavily backed, Sllverdale supporters accepting any odds posted. Young Johnny Schorr is cred ited with making a big winning, his Silver dale money being spread all over the ring. , HTrhorne Summaries. v., f' flv" f"rloDs"S-Herodlade. Ill (Co 1 'lii,3 i 4lrwon: Owenton. 105 m. Woods). Is to Ji,i2Tco!r'!: lte.n". "V""-. 1 B"H). 12 to 5; ali'ra? te. Urummond and Rip rpond race, alx furlongs, aelllnr Zaia ?t ' 11 ?non',("- Lucille Rramble. luthgar, AUIa V: i. iun, jonnny jicueie. Laicn Key, Msrk Miles. Rugaboo also ran. Third race, Turf CongTesi Handicap, mile and onc-elghth-Lady Schorr, 100 (Woods), i to 1 won: The (muueror II, 112 tCohurn), 2 to 1. second; Wild Pirate, 97 (Ranch). IS to 1. thlrdl xt,m',l".'3' Hernando. The Unknown. Honey Boy. Walkenshaw also ran. Fourth race, the Flight Stakes, six furlongs SIKerdale, IC2 (J. Woods), 9 to S. won; Bessie ILicklln. 112 (Domlnlck). 4 to 1. second: Money Muss, 1) (Coliurn). 12 to 1. third. Time, wt Tho Rush. AlgaretU. Sevoy. Robert Waddell, Ttmh. Reminder. Hermoso also ran. Fifth race, eteepiechase handicap, short course Fllon d'Or. 1) (Sutherland), t to 2 won; Jln- ?Ie Pell 1S3 (Slater). 2 to 1. second; Populist. 47 (Ellison), 9 to 2. third. .Time. 3:29. Dick Ftirber also ran. Don Clarendo refused second Jump. Sixth race, selling, six furlongs John Grlgshv, 111 (Knlsht), 6 to 7. won; Ecome. 117 (J. Wlnk fitld). 2 to 1. second: John Drake, K (Mead), 4 to 1. third. Time, 1:14,. Laaonce. Kherllle. AIxu ra. Xalurc.1 Gas. Lissome, Fireside also ran. Peventh race, one mile, selling Scotch Plaid, 110 (J. Ransch). 4 to Z. (,n; Domadge. 1(C (J. Mathews), 4 to 1. second; Phldlar, 104 (Knight), n to 1, third. Time, 1:42. Ollle J., Mcndoro. Our Nellie, Plight Night. Moroni also ran. To-Day's Hawthorne Entries. First race, one mile: Form tTIHanswurst 102 Fculidrtss 97 j Prince of Victory.... 102 Whnntdoodle 99 Albert Lee ,...1C3 ,...10 ....107 ....110 ....112 Conundrum 99 Chlquasbog , Second race, alx furlongs: Isotiel 941 Vulcaln .... Jlmlnex 9)1 Ortmar Mlnron 1"2 Myth Isallne 102 Third race, fhc furlcngs; Tidv Helen Lord Quex .. ..102 ..104 ..101 ..105 ..104 ..111 Legal Maxim ... Illuo Rldae Tom Wallace .... Ernest Parham Frank Mc , .. 91 ... 95 .. 94 ..101 ..102 -.102 Kmmett Orr The nsmond Puryear Ilargla Aransaa , . Fourth race, free handicap, one mile Reseda 92tRoney Roy Meddlesome Miss .... 95 j Orandon Strangest lOOlOhnet .102 .103 .101 Fifth race, mil and twenty yards, selling: Lamachus .102 Lee King ..lit ..111 ..HI ..HI ...117 Jrehor IarIand Reaerva Ijiureato ..101 Pen Chanoe ..108 -Blue Lick .. ..Ill eThurles ..109 Walkenshaw Dagman Defender II 108 Sixth race, seven furlongs, selling: Red Apple ..103 Bis Inlun Kmma C. 1,.. ...101 ..103 ,.,1M ...104 ...1M Woodstlck ' Uncle Tom 108 Henry Batchelor It. .111 The Auditor Ill Penman Thompson. .115 Ed Adack Bengal Deloralne Impromptu .... Aionn ..101 Trlnce of Africa 117 Coupled as (Jehthach entry. ' SKVEV FAVOniTEJ 1VOS. Ttecord-BreaklDsT Crowd 91snh(ered Bookies at Gravesend. New York. Muy 30. A holiday crowd of record-breaking proportions enjoyed a good day's racing at Gravesend to-day. The sun came out and men and women appeared ln spring attire. The grand stand was filled to overflowing, nnd during the running of tho racei there was scarcely walking-room on the big lawn. Twenty-five thousand was a conservative estimate of the attendance. An Interesting card of seven races was run off. and seven favorites scored, a record lhat has never been equaled on a holiday. The bookmakers got a drubbing that they will long remember, and regular and casual race-goers alike had money on the Journey home. Two fixtures were decided the Parkway Handicap and Bedford Stakes. Scratches reduced the first-named to a three-horse race, with Sidney Lucas favorite at 9 to 10. and Carbuncle a strong second choice at 6 to 5. Spencer was on Sidney Lucas, and made the early running, hut going up the back stretch Brennan tock Alsike to the front and showed the way Into the stretch, when Sidney Lucas and Carbuncle passed him and fought It out to the wire, with Sidney Lucas a winner by half a length. Lady Holyrood won the Bedford Stakes easily, making every post a winning one. Shaw took the riding honors. He rode three winners and one placed horse in four mounts. GraTeaead Samsaarles. First isce. about two and one-balf miles, stee plechase Bulltngton, 137 (Green). 8 to 5 and 3 to S, won; Foolhardy. 142 (Hewitt). 2 to I and to t. second; Magic Light. 113 (Flnnegan), 3 to 1 nd 2 to 5, third. Time. 8:11. Second race, selling, one mile and serenty yards Gautama. 105 (O'Connor). 3 to 2 and 1 to 2. won: Marnthen, 87 (Ooodyrar). 20 to I and to 1. second: Matt Simpson. 104 (Miles). 7 to S and 2 to t. third. Tim. 1:49 4-;. Thoroughbred, Oer trade Elliott ran. Third race, the Bedford Stakes, five furlongs, telling Lady Holyrood. 101 (Shaw). 7 to 5 and I to 2. won: u. Whlttler. 100 (Daly). 8 to 1 and 3 to 1. second; Halberdier. 102 (O'Connor). 10 to 1 and 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:03 1-5. C. Rosenfeld. Laodice. Mlsleader. Man-o'-War, Carrier Pigeon and Edwin Kenton ran. Fourth race, the Parkway Handicap, one mil and a sixteenth Sidney Lacaa. 118 (spencer), 9 to 19 and out. won; Carbuncle, Ms (Landry). 4 to sad out. aecond; Alsike. 94 (Brennan), 7 to 1 and even, third. Time. 130 4-5. Fifth race, fh furlongs Jack d Mund, ill 1Af ir.utW. w to 1. won; The Butcher. 108 (J. Woods). Si? '-ond- Remark. 90 (T. Dean). 12 to l! third. Time. 1:16. Free Hani Tot pitit iiil CONROY AMERICAN DERBY. to Fiiro flic Slartcrs in tlie li Park Kliikc. When Commando won the Dclmnnt Stakes nt .Morris Park from Puradi-r mill did It so easily, .Mr. Keene henimo convinced that this grand pleco of horso ier, wolii(i he able to lake caro of anything In, the Ameri can Derby, Including; Curry Herrmann, the I20,M0 colt In Captain H, 8.. Ilrown's eitable. In the event of n, fast track ho believe Conitnnndti will he able to hold tho field s.tfe. rihniiM the Derby b" run In the mud he has Conroy with which to trump the trie!:. They nro likely lo be shipped any il.iy nnd prepared for tho cluislc. Brewer's Horses the Feature of Hawthorne. ,K:,.L'2U1i' .' ,, 2 1nd out- onl Wild Oats, ins ICFJIW '? 1 and even, second: Destitute. 103 t. .,' ,0 Jl.M,1J " I. third. Time. 1:04. Blxth rare. alout six fiirlnnes rri, r,tit.tei. i V. ivnigm Acmpiar ran. Ito (Shaw) 2 to 1 and T to 10. won; Himself. 104 !J! !.V.-4 ,0 ai"1 6 to secon.1; Ten Candles, i?'.(0 Connor!. 4 to I and 8 to 3. third. Time fin" ' ,lot"rt Metcalf and Potente ?,i'.nt1h t,!,e',;J''""1 -hlf furlongs, selling; i,0J'l..,.c!H-IM..Hh,"lr)- " 10 and 2 to S. won rrnielfn'i!7 il'h'l-. to 1 and 1 to 1, c ?hie'iAl5rT ''p'.9l (Cochran). 4 to 1 and 8 to S. third. Time. I:u9 1-5. DroghMa. Sweepstakes. v, ""ufc"f . rgonauia anu Her La 1 dyshlp ran. To-Dar'a Graieaentl t,-ni. First race. ne.and threeuarter furlongs ! Itountfinsi I AUyor OIIrcr , Huect Tooth 1 Kthlra . .113 Doctor Riddle 101 Oliver Mc 101 Illllloralre 94 Ednn. J 9 Gertrude i:illott .... 88 Balloon u a quarter: Roxane .. .......... .109 Humboldt 104 The Rhymer 104 Sadie 3. 101 110 107 107 1C6 105 104 mite and IK Kiev gcraprr . Qold Fox .... Second rac BIua.tTttx incncr rtelamv Th Golden "lYlnce oinan Thlrif rarB fltraa fus-lAna.., Phandontleld 1131 Ramesca. .. M. 112 The Hoarford Cloho- Columbian .. ...7T..U2 wa 112lNuggett 109 Fourth race. May Stakes, five and three-quarter furlftnva- Glennellle HO rv.nten,t rirandismaah 109 The Regent !?".; 112 mrbsra Frletchl Colonel Padden 109 Fifth race, handtean tnlta nj .?,. ..101 ..104 .. 94 --. . ,,, .....u ...it, , tut, vug, first Whip lis 1 Wallabout Himself 115 Lanceman Adronlcua US (Alsike Sixth race, five furlonaa: ...107 , 104 .....104 107 ...... ...... 107 &&?"! !!?1 2P.or.l Slater Juliet .iujiixib .. ...... ..ltrj 1 i-nirmn ..107 J DOUBLET BOX AT OAKLAND. Vaaallo Took the Other Handicap la Xeck Finish. San Francisco, May 30. About 5.000 per sons attended the races at Oakland to-day. The Decoration and Memorial handicaps wero the features of th card. Favorites fared badly, but well-played horses won mo3t of tho cventsi Doublet, heavily played, took the Decora tion Handicap, and vasallo scored a neck victory In the other event. The mile and a quarter race resulted in an exciting finish, Alicia securing the ver dict bv a nose. Oakland Summaries. .."ft race, seven furlongs aeJUng Pat Mor Tlme pS"' Dc"w,or' ond: Rio Chlco. third. i.2'c2nltr"'' 0I an. one-sixteenth miles, sell !" Alicia won; Lest Olrl. tecond; Sunello. third. rJ!!"? rac'' six furlongs. ellingRai,ton won; Djkoj second' Nulllp. third. Time. 1:14. i-mirth race, six furlongs. Decoration Day Han- ?i?ai'utlt. on: aooi ""Pe. second; Alas. intra. Time. i:i3s. Firth race, five furlongi. Memorial Handicap tf?lrWl4 ,TlWl."' "eCO"3: Jarr""- Sixth race, one end one-sixteenth miles, sen. Tl i'S W EnlnstelD. aecoud: Burdoc third. Bale of Yearling at Gravesend. New York. May SO.-Before the fgcea began at the Gratesend track to-day a number of yearllngx. the property of tarlca owners, were placed under the hammer. The paddock whero the sale took place was well niledby horsemen, but moat of the yearlings went cheap. The best price, obtained was Ji.250. which Wfillim Lake land gave for the fllly by Ben Brush out of Rose. Tho ehe;nut flllr V Rosslngton-Queen yta5i J'M ",;t'r ,0 Kins; Eramhirwaa knocked down to John E. Madden for ll.OOO. Whitney's Horse Won. .London. My 9). WlUlam C. Whitney's Hoi- tl'l.7i,'Ji WE V"". n?al MJ"tr. own-.l by Mir J. Blundell Maple in the raw for the Rothschild plate at the Manchester Wh!tuntld meeting to- GOSSIP OF THE qUAItTEH STHKTCH. Mr. nruen Entitled (o Credit for Good Martina; Ilnellst n Favorite-. In all the gool racing It should not bo for gotten that Mr. Bruen's good starting has ben an Inportant feature. During the last week the starting has been without a flaw. Mr. Brucn has been scored for poor work nnd Is entitled to due credit for good work. Big fields and small fields have been sent wel away during the past week. It would be impossible to make better starts. T.2m Puh"c u on Duelist and on John Williams's betting habits. Duelist was made a favorite by the small bettors yes terday, though Maude Gonne and Sharp Bird seemed to have him clearly beaten. He ran a fine race from a bad beginning, but It did not seem that In any case he could have beaten Maude Gonne. Farmer Bennett was bid up to J1.70 yes terday by W. w. Finn after winning the sixth race. He was entered for 11,000, and it cost Sportsman Schorr Just 3305 to win tho race. The horse is worth the money. He is a better horse than Sarner, who went for $1,500 at private sale. Sam Wagner, owner or Worth track. Is In St. Louts looking for an opening where a smart, good-looking young man with a bank roll can do business. He will find a position. Sportsman Schorr did nicely in Chicago yesterday. The showing of Sllverdale was not any surprise. He ran to his mark and can do better. No one quite thought that Lady Schorr wa half as good as she showed herself. Good as she is. tho Idea of her having a Derby chance Is scouted. In St. Lout they will believe that Silver dale Is th- Derby horse until It Is all over. With Commando. Conroy. The Parader. Robert Waddell. Bonnlbert. Royal Victor. Garry Hermann. Sllverdale. Ampere and Terminus and His Eminence In the race It should lie the greatest Derby ever run In any country, not barring the country where derbies originated over 150 years ago. They Ifke Garry Hermann In Chicago, and are hard set to make excuses for his head victory from Boney Boy on Wednesday. They say he doe not work save ln a race. It looks as If Garry at 120,000 was a deal of a prize-package. Lewis Thompson bought Lawton In a run up after the first race yesterday. Mr. Clvlll let the horse go for 1705. a good price for a sprinter who can quit In a Jump. A droll development In the Maxlmus rac tok place yesterday. He was programmed to carry 103 pounds, but Handicapper Mc Ginn saw a mistake. His proper weight was IS pounds. When told he would have to carry this weight Mr. C. J. Cella. who owns him. wanted to scratch him. thinking he would not have a chance with IL Judte Brady refused to allow him to be scratched. He ran the best race he has shown and won. much to his owner's surprise. Talking of mistaken owners, the Zonne race furnishes another excellent Illustra tion. RalDh Haase. the man who nam Zonne. came to Mr. Brady before the race and asked permission to run his horse with out blinkers. Zonne had been wesruur bllnkcrs, and Mr. Haase thought be might ADVICE 9U HUIC )!( iis4rrsiB.B.taSBai. Sundays, VtslZearjr. City .paper will prove established practice stnes Wk Be bk aagssaa) of To KepabUe; be ooavlnoed. Tou DR. 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DR.WHITTIER. 13 MANHOOD Tilt pMl TttoM IffJt&wr. fi ftmrnlfUtn f-v-w ff, ,SftW srwlaBtftxawaB IHfr.jihMwrrH4 lM.iiHYritvtf vaaJl smrua t raktsMst d.ffaW.M Utt IWrt Utflli lc CCPlDKJVRli lb calf kmi m4-H ei Sihti. 4Mrt al fHd sir nAnOTEAU A CO., lr1y Imprnvn with them off. Mr. llrady gave the permission. Mr. House, a mini of goodly presence, stnrtH for the pnddock to take the blinkers off his horse. Being slow of foot, ho was too late. Ilcforr, he got there lh- horrwft enmo out nnd the lilltiKcrH hail to stay on Zonne. Mr. Haaso bet on lleana to win tho race. Zonne cantered In first by six lengths and Henna was Inst, How would you like to have a trust oil owner's Information? GIIIJAT SPOUT AT nKltGKX l'OI.T. Ttvo Established Iteirorclx llroken at the Kalrkf-ruorkrr Clnh's Meet, New York, .May 3d. On Its Mi-Id at Ber gen Point the Knickerbocker Athlellc Club tn-day held Its itnnual sports. A big field of sturdy yoiini; athletes competed, und every vnt mn spiritedly coniested. Two esliibllHhed records were broken. Il.iy ('.. Iltw-y of the New York Athletic Club went 3 feet S'.i Inches In three stand liur Jumps, which currlol him i Inches over the record, nnd I tie B. Handley of the Knickerbocker Athletic Club finished tho Medley race In sixteen minutes twenty-seven and four-fifths seconds, which Is way under the eighteen minutes flat of T. Savage, an Englishman. P. Moulton, the Yale sprinter, took the honors ln the short distances, winning both the 100 and 3X) ards handicaps. Following are the winners. lJ-yard handicap Moulton, yal it yards). Time. 10 1-t seconds. One mile bicycle race-Jack Townaend. K. A. C Time. 2:42 4-fi. On mile run. handicap II. n. Poautdlng, Mont clalro High richool (M yardei. Time. 4:24 3-;. 410-yard run. noilee J. p. lltzpatrlck. unat tarhed. Time. :Ii I c. 320-yard run. handlrapj.-. Moulton. Ta! (32 5 or,!.). Time. :30 1-1. SMi-yard run. handicap Alex. McKenzle, Uwlght Hchool (M yards). Time. l:;7 3-5 Ten-mile bicycle rare, handicap Jack Town 'send. K. A. C. Oft lardsi. Time i-n 1-S. 4t)-yard run. handlcap-Ogden M. IlNhop. Co lumbia University (?) yards). Time. :OU One mile Interscholaatlc team relay Montclair Itunnlnx hlch 1timr 1 T Wahnnet- V 1 f Actual Jump of S feet 10. Inches (handicap. Inches). Putting I-pound shot F. G. Beck. Yale. 44 C(. ATS IUL11T1, Throwing discus R. J. Sheridan. Pastime A. C. 101 feet II Inches. Throwing 16-pound hammer-R. J. Sheridan. Pastime A. C. 121 feet. PuttlnK M-oound weight R. J. Sheridan. Pas time A. C. 29 feet 7 Inches Three, standing Jumps Ray C Ewey, jfew York A. C. 34 feet Hi Inches. Medley race, running, walklrg. cjcllnc. riding horseback, rowing and swimming six successive diarier-mues u. urn u. nanaiey. k. A. V. Time 14:17 4-J. CORNELL HUMBLED PRI5CETOK. Ont of 104 Points the Ithacans Toole (M In the Track Event. Ithaca, N. Y.. May 30.-The Cornell Ath letes administered a severe defeat to the Princeton team to-day. Out of 101 points the Ithacans took sixty-four, this being by far the best showing ever mado by Cornell in this branch of sports. The track was heavy, and the weather conditions very unfavorable for record smashing, yet Sears, the freshman wonder, lowered the Cornell record in the 100-yard dash, the official time being :10 1-5 seconds. His work In this event was, according to some timers, faster than 10 seconds flat, and It Is thought that under favorable con ditions he could have equaled the inter collegiate record. He also carried off the quarter-mile event with ease in 22 4-5 sec onds, and won the two-twenty-yard dash by a good margin in ta 4-5 seconds. Gallagher unexpectedly lost the two-mile event to Williams of Princeton. In field events Princeton was expected to outpoint Cornell, yet the Ithacans here also made a creditable showing. HARLEM REGATTA EVEXT. Xew York Athletic CInb Won the Junior Eight-Oared Shell. New York, May 30. The thirty-fifth an nual regatta of the Harlem Regatta As sociation took place to-day on the Harlem River speedway course, under very unfa vorable circumstances. In the early part of the day the weather was raw and threatening, but ln the afternoon the damp lifted somewhat and some creditable con tests marked the close of the programme. The water was smooth and In good row ing condition. About 5,000 spectators lined both sides of the river and encouraged the crews to the utmost. The best race of the day was the final of the Junior clght-oared shell, which was won by the New York Athletic Club. Once again the famous Dauntless senior eight demonstrated that they have no equal on local waters. The wearers of the blue and white won the senior event from the Union Boat Club with a lot to spare. Junior double nculls Won by First Bo hemian Boat Club. New York. Senior, single sculls, final Won by J. D. Duvennl. Veper Boat Club. Philadelphia; C. S. Titus. Union Boat Club. New York, second. Time, 5 51'i Titus's time. 6:124. Junior single sculls, final Won by J. M. Francl.'. Laureate Boat Club, Troy; S. Hlavac. Friendship Boat Club. New York, second: Fred TeveSi Sewanahaka Boat Club. Brooklyn, third. Time, S:4IH- Time of second man, 5:49'.i. YALE WOJf BICYCLE CHAMPIONSHIP. Score SO Points, Princeton 17 and Pennsylvania 7. New Tork. May 30. The Intercollegiate bicycle championships, twice postponed, were held nt Berkley oval this afternoon. Yalo captured the championship, as was generally expected, scoring 30 points, Princeton 17, Pennsylvania 7. Columbia 1. After the meet O. S. Butts was elected captain of the Yale team for 1902. All the finishes were close, and the track was good. The finish In the quarter mile, when Inches separated the first four, was so close that the Judges made the mistake of placing third man first, but afterwards rectified tho error. Summary: Half mile Won by E. W. Parle-. Tale; a. V. W. Voorhees. Pennsylvania, second: S. W. Me Clatr. Jr.. Princeton, third. Time. l:3-5. Won by a foot: half a length between second and third. One mile Won br S. W. McClaie. Jr.. Prince ton: B. W. Farley. Tale, second; Bert Ripley. Princeton, third. Time. 3:35 MS. Quarter rnlles Won by F. T. Mason Tale; r. II. Gentry. Ta!e. second: D. o. Butts. Yale, third. Time. :33 1-3. Won by three Inches; same be tween second and third. One mile, tandem Won by E. W. Farley and J. H. Overall. Tale; G. V. W. Voorhee and C M. Smith. Fennsyltanla. second: R. H. Gentry and M. Moore. Tale, third. Time. 2:03. Won by two yards. FUe miles Won by Bert Ripley, Princeton: R. H. Gentry, Tale, second: S. W. McClare. Jr., Princeton, third. Time. :I4 4 7. BICTCLE RACES AT BOSTOS. Harry Etkes Got a Bad Fall nnd Mo ran Won Trrenty-Flve-Mlle Knee. Boston. Mass.. May 30. The new cycle track at Revere was opened to-day with a seriet of Interesting races before 5,000 spec tators. The race ln which the greatest In terest centered was a twenty-flve-mlle motor-paced race with Harry Elkes of Glens Falls. N. Y.. James P. Moran of Chelsea and Harry Caldwell of Manchester. N. H.. as contestants. In the fourteenth mile Elkes, who was leading by one and a quarter laps, was thrown violently on account of a punctured tire. He was badly hurt about the shoul der and body, and for a time was uncon scious. Moran was the second man. with Caldwell hopelessly in the rear. Moran finished the twenty-five miles In 42:25 3-5. Caldwell completed only twenty miles and seven laps. ' Brilliant Bicycle Rldlasr. Boston. May 30. At Charles River Park this afternoon. Johnny Nelson did some brilliant bi cycle riding, defeating Albert Champion an even mile, and Archie McBachern by two and one half miles. In the twenty-rlve-mll motor-paced race, his time being 39:0 2-(. champion's time wa 41:33 1-5. and llcEachren's 44d7 t-i. Boxlnsr tne River. At the Sue Club's excursion on the City of Prorldence to-night aome ot the best boxers In the city will fight. The local lxo-poand cham pionship between "Dummy" ftehenes and Adam Kohl ought to be a very fast affair. Kohl made a great name for himself last winter ln Houtb St. Louis, besting all comer. Jack Keef East Pt. Louis aad Ed. Knox of Louisiana; Mow will tie up for six rounds. This will be a tratrl- FREE. CALL OR T WHITE. nils iiBisni-n,, r.mm . .,... -.. . eared, painful. Mine'!. T10 FrMU-nt or Illootf' " urinary passage. a.ej nHH. All it dimk it. caasaiiaiiaa rrss aw Usarie or fey Mall, snrate Waltlast-n far Caak Persaa. RESTORED cupiDENi- ltl4tlltVrf VrrilAf ft 4Vwgf HHwlwJVBam Hi) FtlM In Ik H.wfev eatsal sail lsal aaoSTford rif I MUsWI' tvll momitiM CCI'lvKNR t'-pftMni iM tt mH .! kW lwffft U W 6f ! UMW ft 1 li F fHul n t,pt-rw-n. UW trntimmtai A rliun fMn auici.ie c. r. M, rr.i, ct. rd Luci Av Ht. Lout: Wo. O'LEARY'S FUTURE BOOK AMERICAN DERBY Writ for quotation. Commission handled ea all race. Long-dlManc telephones Yards 434 and 464, JalfFS n'lFlRV ls-4IHfM.Halafe4lat jasjCJ u LCdiili CIIICACIO. ILL. MEN NO CURB. NO RAY. If you has smalt, weak organs, lost power or weslienltig dralos, our vaentjin Orgsn Peseloper wilt restore you without drogs or eltetrtntn 71000 In ue: notoa failure! not one returned! n' C-O. V. I raod , writ for partlenlsrs sentsesledln plsln envelope, tOCU AtUCr. CO., K Thetp Ilk., latiietpells, lit wind lout. It's a tosup as lo who will win It. The winner Is to meet Johnny Itltehte, who Is expected to b ut th ringside. The other bouts will he hetwien local men. The boat leave th foot nf Ollie street at S i.'clock. Kavanaugh and Cotton" Dieters will likely be given a chaaoa to settle their 1100 side bet. CORNELL OARKWEX THE BEST. econd Crews Defeated Colombia, nnd Pennsylvania Easily Enonsja. Ithaca. N. Y.. May VI. Cornell oarsmes proved their worth once more to-day, and in tho two-mile race on Lake Cayuga their second crew rowed across the finish easy winners over the second crews of Columbia ana Pennsylvania. They rowed to Victory in the excellent time of 1052, lowering the record for the course made two years ago by 34 second Columbia was second, finishing in WHO. and Pennsylvania made the distance In 11:08. The Ithacans had a lead of two and a half lengths on Columbia, and the New York crew had about the same advantage ovsr the Pennsylvania oarsmen. RL'XXETT WO.i ROAD RACE. Ills Time In Asaerlran Centnry Wheel men' Contest S Hoars IO Mlanfes. ChlcuKo, May 30. The second annual American century wheelmen's road roe was won to-day by Christian Grunnett, a 1:30 man. who crossed the tape at 12:10 p. m., five hours and ten minutes after th start Fifteen seconds later 8. H. Sweeney, a 2:15 time man, followed Grunnett serosa the tape. Grunnett was No. 100 ln the race, ln which there were only eighty starters. The time prize was won by William Blum, a scratch man. ln 5:22. TAYLORE DEFEATS CALDWELL. Frenchman Followed His Pace Beau tifully Hartford Boy Fell Back. Philadelphia, May 20. Edouard Taylore. the French cyclist, this afternoon defeated Frank Caldwell of Hartford. Conn., ln a twenty-mile paced at Woodrlde Park. Cald well, through the race, was unable to fol low his pace, while Taylore stuck to his pace beautifully. Taylore's time for tne twenty miles was 34:46 2-3. Among the other contests was a motor cycle pursuit race between Louis J. Sack ett of Boston and Wayne Davis of Phils-" delphla. Sackett won after a hot race of 2 1-3 miles. Time, 3:28 1-5. Debutantes 4. Sterling; 1, The Debutantes who were during the eaon members of the Bum Bowlers Association, won four games from the Sterlings, who are unat tached, on th Acme alleys laat night. Score: STERLINGS. Name. CM. 1 2 Z 4 5 To' I. Av O. Hofferc'P S 21 41 41 44 43 M 244 44 4-S B. Hofferc'P .. 4 54 41 20 34 33 39 171 34 2-S Hayes 9 ri 27 47 60 37 49 ) 44 Meyer 7 3J 24 4 40 41 59 219 43 4-S Jones .. I 37 45 40 43 3S 30 19 29 1-5 Total .23 1 221 202 213 193 2J1 151 42 11-25 DEBUTANTES. Name. C. M. 1 2 2 4 J TL Av T. Orien .... W 41 42 43 27 41 2)1 4 4-S Lumelltl .. .. 2i 41 40 4 41 It 21) 44 Clark C 42 K 32 28 30 42 194 93 1-S Simmons .... 4 14 C7 39 71 S3 42 271 S4 1-S J. O'Brien .... 2 M 44 a 3D 41 tl 221 44 1-t Totals 24 1 247 197 224 2U 241 1122 44 22-21 Golf Toamasnent. HEFLXL1C SPECIAL. Springfield. lib. itar 20. Members of to Springfield Golf Club participated in a tourna ment t the club ground to-day. The Rrrerend Alexander Allen and Mrs. Harry Hampton won the first priz. finishing with seven up. A man's match wa played In the afternoon, the panic!, tar.ts being limited to one Iron and a putter. The Reverend Alexander Allen wen with a scant of 93. Doctor A. L. Hagler won a driving con tent with a drive of 179 yard. Th sew tennis court and croquet grounds were dedicated at tb grcends to-day. A dance at the clubhouse to night concluded the festivities. Outpointed the Spaniard. New York. May 30. Mornlnrstar and Orlts, the Spaniard, continued their billiard tournament to-night in thi city. The American outplayed hi rival again, and scored his necessary 300 points, while Orttg reached 152. Danforth Won Tennis Chassplenshls). Chicago. May 20 The Western Intercollegiate tennis championship In single went to Ban forth of the University of Michigan, who de feated hla teammate. Wherry, at Kenwood to day by the score of 2. 42, 44. Sooth Dakota Defeats Xefcraaka. r Sioux City. la.. May 20. Nebraska and South Dakota University trams met here to-day. and the Utter won easily, securing $2 points to the former 44. Th South Dakota men, were much better trained than the Nebraakans. WASP WAISTS Axe not much in evidence among Awjerl. tan women. The women of America Ire workers, and a weak waist haadicrps 1 worker. But woman has a greater handicap than a weak -sraist. She may hare a per fect form, tWaTBti- ful and strong ia all its lines, and yet be weak be cause her strength is trndetBtined by disrasea pernHr.r to her aex. There is no room for argument aa to the wrakening effect of these disease-i. There is also no room for argument 29 to the power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to enre them. It rrgnlatos the periods, stops unhealthy drains, brx's inflammation and ulceration,-and enrss female weakness. It is a purely vegt-t-Bble preparation, and cannot disagree With the weakest constitution. There bo alcohol in "Favorite Prescription,'' and it is entirely free from opiaa cocaine and all narcotics. Sick women suffering from chrotcs forms of female diseases are invited ' consult Dr. Pierce by letter free, arid so obtain the invaluable advice of a spe cialist in the diseases of women. Ail correspondence strictly private and v. credly confidential. Address Dr. JL V. Pierce, Buflalo, K". Y. Words cannot ten how grateful I ass tor veer kind advice and good medicines,' writes sits. John Cooke, Hastings, NOTthxnaberUnd Co Ontario. "I asd been In poor health r totr jkm mfc,aa ins spirag got, so DBA acssaw notaomv i west to tae elector ana ee said I had ulceration sad fafflnr of the organ, bat I thought I would try yoar wjt3 Prescription.' I took fire bottles and tinea of the 'Golden Medical Discovery axtd one vial nf Tfr TInrrr'sTflfssul rillm i.lTiasi ail asy that I sever bit better ta tay It. 1 1 potowUcryotjrmedJclaewsjcverIl Dr. Pierce's PlwtsTrt Pellets keeefb Hrer hssathy. ,TiWaafJet tn.ttit4jr "FaT0riteTT4tsip1JUal"wll4ml W fBSWSjSBSl, t ( A -j "fl3Bl ;3,a m P'JV scS-'J&yiil-t.i ' .. .. i .. xv msgeag&MW'fxsm't''r'-i -"- ---.tr , -M3 ite?Fk9JL.s: -i-..-. ., j3kE lf-MMaMr-jCAt -?ri . .g.