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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1004.
ATHLETICS -St. Louis University's Indoor , Meet Will Be Held Tonight at the Coliseum. PUGILISM ' Jimmv Britt Received the EAOING Barnev Kclireiber-'s Colt Decision Over Young Corbctt After Twenty Rounds Pinkerton Won Second Race at Ascot Tiirk. S ' m S BRITT DEFEATS GORBETT IN TERRIFIC ENCOUNTER. "Pride of Denver,' Favorite in Betting, Unable to .Cope Successful ly With the Almost Superhuman Speed and Force of His Cal ifornia Opponent Britt Bailies in Seventeenth Bound and Gives Champion Fearful Drubbing Decision at End of Twen tieth Is Loudlv Cheered. EIGHT THOUSAND PERSONS PAY San Francisco, March 23. James Uritt of c villfornia obtained the decision to night o-cr William Itothnell. better known .is "Youns Corbctt." of Colorado In a twenty-round contest at Woodn ard's Pavilion. I p to the seventeenth round Corbett's advantage was apparent, but In that round Britt rallied and rained right and left blows on various portions of Cor bett's anatomy, forcing the champion to clinch to savo himself. The styles of tho two boxers were en tirely distinctive. Britt fought for tho body most of the tlrce, whilo Corbett de voted his attack for the head, face and Jan Britt weighed Just 13 pounds, but Cor bett's weight was not made pub'lc. though It Is understood that It was at least a pound and a half below the agreed weight, 130 pounds. Both men fought hard In every round. Britt, In his crouching attitude, was able to guard hs stomach effectively, though Corbett v.as able to land hard on his head and Jaw. In the first few rounds Britt found the Denver man's stomach repeat edly, thotish his blows lacked steam. BUITTS ENDURANCE. It was without doubt the greatest flsht fought in Calilornla. 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The pace that both men ct was of a nature to nuke both men tire. Howeer, thrlr condition brought them, after a minute's respite, to tho cen ter of tho ring with renewed Igor. Britt was better at tho outfighting, Cor bett superior in tho infighting. Brit had he better footwork and greatest .pced. Corbett showed himself tho cleverer fight er at times and the heavier hitter. After the fight Iteferce Eddie Graney sald: "I simply save the decision to the man who had tho better of tho fight." COP.BETT ENTERS FIRST. Youns Corbett was the first to enter the ring. He was clad in a blue and white rw cater and had both hands bandaged. After being cheered, he at once took his seat and proceeded to read numerous tele grams, which had preceded him. Corbett smiled confidently to hla friends around the rlrgs-Ide. His condition appeared to be perfect. Sliko Schrcck, who Is matched to fight Billy V.'oodi at Collma. was presented to the crotvd pendln? the arrival of Britt. A batch of challenge was received and read bv Announcer Jordan Buddy Ryan. Eddie Hanlon and Kid Herman challenged the winner of the Brltt-Corbett tight. Nu merous local celebrities also were there with challenges, among them being Spider Welch and Jack Cordell. A telegram was received from Sam Harris, challenging the winner on behalf of Terry 5IcGoern at 130 pounds. Corbett announced that. In event of his winning1, ho would accept McGovern's defy. Britt was introduced as tho "Idol of the Olympic Club aad the Pride of California." Bntt was accorded an oatlon which lasted several minutes. BRITT NERVOUS. Jimmy looked a bit worried, but It was seen that his physical condition was good, In spite of tho low weight. Immediately afterwards Corbett was In troduced as "the pride of Denver and the feather-weight champion of the world." His reception did not suffer in compari son with the oation accorded the local favorite. Both men then posed for a flnhliht photograph Referee Graney entered the ring, and, after sinking- hands with both men, brought them to the center of tho ring and gave them their instructions. Britt loo'ked nervous as he posed for the photograph. Britt and Corbett then shook hands and went to their respective corners. Britt wore red trunks, with the emb'em of the Olympic Club embroidered on them. Corbett's trunks wero plain black. It was to bo a twenty-round contest, Slarquis of Qucensbury rules. The fight ers were Instructed to break by order of the referee. ROUND ONE. After maneuvering for an opening Cor bett laced out with left twite, but Britt cleverly blocked them. Two similar at tempts also went wild, as did a straight left lead by Britt for the face. Both then missed uppcrcuts, a right by Corbctt and a left by Britt. Corbett was auain short with a left lend. Quick as a flash Britt then hooked his left to tho body and aulcklr followed with right and left to the jaw. They then clinched without dam age. Corbett planted a left swing to Jimmj's ribs and missed a left swing for the face A moment later, however, a straight left caught Britt on tho face. They then went to a mix-up without result, and tho gong clanged Careful fighting marked this round, with Britt having a slight lead. Both men looked ery determined and timed their blows carefully. HOUND TWO. They closed In, and Britt tried with left and right for the face, but Corbctt blocked thorn. Again they mixed it, Britt putting his left hard to the body. He almost floored the chan:p!cn with a fearful left to the body. Corbett fought back wildly and received a left swing to the Jaw that nearly put Mm to the floor. Corbett's face took on a worried look. He rushed In. but was met with a straight left to the body that sent him back to the ropes. They closed In and Corbett missed sev eral vicious left and right swings for the Jaw. Britt Jabbed with straight left to the face, and Corbett swung right hard twite to Britt'3 kidneys. The second blow was a hard one. They mixed it. and Corbett planted his rlgnt and left on Brltt's Jaw. Tho bell rang, and the seconds ran In and repuraied the men. Corbett hnrt all the better of the Infighting, and Britt was warned by his seconds to keep his dis tance. Corbett had a slight lead In this round. ROUND THREEL They went to a mix. both mlsing with lefts for the head. Corbett swung a left to Jimmy's ear, and Britt was wild with a left swing for tho Jaw. Britt jabbed Corbett In the face with a left, and in a mix Corbett pushed Jimmy to his knees. Britt was up qulcklv and drove a straight left to the body. Thev again mixed It. with the result that Corbett nut In a hard left to the face. Britt then blocked a tt"Iht rlcht for the ldv They came to close quarters and Corbett swung a short-arm right to the face and a left to tho noe. Britt did not relish this style of fighting and was backed against the ropes, Corbett getting In a good right to the face. They exchanged rights to the face and the bell rang. It was Corbett's round. He pet a ery fast pace and did not glc Britt much time to keep his distance. ROUND TOUR. Britt missed a left swing and a right swing by Corbett went wild. A left swing by Britt caught Corbett on tho face, but the champion countered with a vicious right uppcrcut to the Jaw. Jimmy feinted with right and sent a left hook hard to tho body, Corbett swung a hard right to the body and missed a hard left swln? for the face. He kept after Britt, sending a right swing to the Jaw. Britt rushed Corbett to the ropes, but DR. HHTHS8IEI. K. KING, Ki Pino St., St. Loulx. Mo. PRIVATE D.SEASES. Vewly contracted and chronic cases cured. All bumlnr and ttchlnff. inlammatlon and unnatural discharges etepped In ;i hoan; cures effected in 7 da a. My guarantee to care Is: ".Vof a toller need be psld until cared." Stricture. Vnrlcocetr. Contasrloua mood PoUon. Lou of Vigor. 1'llex, Kidney. l!lndder and Prostatic Tronlile mill Knpturc Cnreil. Hours: na.ni.tuSp. n. Sunday. $ to CONS11.TATION' FKEB nD eflUC Enlran- 113 Pino St.. Corner Utll nlNHlMsih Xr Pino. St. fouls. Mo. If you cannot call, write. Hbot'repcrhceis, S3 failed to land a straight right for tho jaw. Then they mixed it and Britt, on the breakaway, swung left hard to tho head The champion retaliated with a right to the head. They, mixed It again and Cor bett put a hard right to tho face, jnd then whipped a terrific left to the noso that sent the blood spouting from that organ. It was a hard blow. The b"ll then rang. Corbett had much tho better ot the round. ROUND 3UVE. They went at It at clo-.e range. Corbett doing much execution with short-arm right and 'eft swings. When they broke awaj Britt hooked his left twice to the body, lirltt tried with left for the jtw. but Cor bett clcvcrlv brushed it aside. Britt rushed Corbet to the ropes, but the cham pion sent him back with right to th" bodv. Corlwtt rushed in, but was met with 'n straight left to the body and a hft to the fje Corbett retaliated, with a fierce tight to the Jaw. but Britt. not to be denied, sent the clumpion rgalnst the topes with u ftarftil left to the stomach They then mlxtd it. but no djm.igc resulted, lhitt snt in a Mi-iight left to the f.tco and Curbe't stalled until tho Mund of the bell. Britt had a "shade in this round and looked more lunlident. U5 bodv blows did not appear to suit the champion, who clinched repeatedly In this tound ROUND SIX. They rushed Into. a mlv, in which Cor bett swung rUht and left to tho Jaw, but these were offset by two vicious lefts that Britt sent to the champion'- stom ach A moment later Ilrltt's left sank in to Corbett's stomach, but Corbett f-ent In two lightning lefts to the face that sent Britt back. Corbett nearlv went to his knees from a mis-ed right wing. A straight left by Corbctt for the stom ach was blocked bv Bntt. who countered with right on tho -tomach Corbett was wild with a left swing. Britt gottlK-, In a straight left tu the body. Quick as a flash, Corbett whipped his left to Brltt's jaw, sending his head back It was a ilclous blow and Jimmy fought desper ately, landing a W t o er t'orbettW e3 e that tore that member open. It was a hard finish to the round. In which honors v. era eicn. . ROUND SEVEN. Britt missed two lefts for tite body and received a short-arm jolt to tho face from Corbett's left. Corbctt mlraed a terrific tight uppercut. and they clinched, corbett landing seeral rights over tho kidneys. Both men wore badly dlscolircd optics. Britt sent J terrific right to tbj jaw and followed it with a hard left to the body that forced the champion to clinch. Ihoy went at It hammer and tongj, Btitt haling much the better of a fierce rally. In this round Britt outfought Cor bett in the mixes, Corbett repeatedly stalling. Corbett swung wildly with right, and a moment later landed a fearful right uppercut to tho Jaw. Both men fought fierce ij. gUirg and taktpg considerable pumshirent. It was a comparatively een round. If an thing. Britt kept his head better than the champion and landed the cieancr blov,r. BOUND EIGHT. Britt lunged out with left, was short. He then went In after Corbctt, miied It and laudtd seeral terrific right and left swings on the champion's Jaw. Corbett looked ery groggy at this stage and clung desperately to Britt to savo him self. Tho house was in a terrific uproar. Britt set a very fast pace and It looked as If he must soon tire. Britt waded in again, but Corbett caught him a right swing on the Jaw that sent him back. They stood In the center of the rlntr, with Britt haramerir-s Corbett on the Jaw with right and left at will. Cor bett again stalled to save himself. Britt tried to put the champion out, but appar ently his blows lacked force. Corbett, near the end of the round, got In a straight right to the face. Tho pace in this round was almost superhuman. If Britt can keep It up. It looks a3 though he will win In another round or two, but he showed the effects of tho paco as he went to his ccrner. ROUND NINE. Corbett uppcrcut with right to tho face. Corbctt seemed fresher and went In after Britt, but dkWrotadandf .Btitt aecmed content to rest after his exertions of the previous round. Corbett landed two straight lefts to the Jaw and forced Britt on tho defensive. Corbett followed it with a right and left awing to the Jaw and they mixed It. Britt missed a. left hook for tho body. Britt dnne a left swing to Corbett's nose, Martins tho blood. Corbett then uppercut with right to the face, -tartinij the blood afresh from Brltt's ec. Both men nre covered with blood and their faces ap pear to be badly cut. The round closed in Corbett's faor, Britt contenting himself with resting and acting mostly on the de fensive. ROUND TEN. They immediately mixed It and Britt blocked several rights and lefts for the body. Britt swung his left twice to Cor bett's car and then Jabbed a straight left to tho champion's face. Corbett rocked Jimmy's head with short-arm swings, and in a mix-up put a hard right to the Jaw. Britt mitsed a right for tho Jaw, and an attempt by Corbctt to counter was blocked. The pace slackened considerably over the previous rounds. Britt sent a straight left to the face and missed a left swing for the Jaw. They then exchanged hard rights to tho face. Uritt sent Corbett's head back with a right hook to his pore eye. He rushed Corbett to tho ropes, but failed to connect. As the bell rang Britt reopened Corbttt's eyo with a straight left. It was a hard fight, and both men again went to their corners with blood flowing all oer them from damaged faces. Cor bett's seconds worked hard on the cham pion's eye, which was badly swollen. ROUND ELEVEN. Corbctt bored In with hard right to tho kidneys A mix-up followed, Britt missing two lefts for the face and Corbett putting in two rights to the face. Tho referee nad his hands full separating the combatants. Britt missed a left for the Jaw, and a right by the champion landed on Brltt's face. . Thev clinched repeatedly. Corbett missed se eral rights for the face and held on to Britt, for which ho was hissed. Both men appeared tired. Corbett was very wild with two uppercuts for tho Jaw. as wero also two rights for the face by Britt In a mlxup asralnst the rones Corbet' sent in a left and a right to tho jaw and Jimmy looked ery tired as the bell rang. It was the champion's round. Britt looked very tired as ho received attention from his seconds. ROUND TWELVE. Britt missed a left swing for the head and they mixed it up without damage. Corbett seemed to be waiting a chance to get in a telling blow, rinally ho drove in a straight right lo the stomach, but received a still harder ono from Brltt's left In the stomach. Corbett was wild with a terrific right swing and they went to a clinch. Corbett kept rushing at Britt. who appeared tired. Corbett bored In and sent a straight left to the jaw, escaping a left counter. Brltt's cleverness stood him well In hand, as Corbett kept after him relent lessly, but in most cases did not land. Britt forced Corbctt to the ropes and failed to take advantage of a wide open ing. They got to the center of tho ring and the bell found them In a clinch. Both men appeared tired at this stage. It looked like an eten fight up to this stnge. ROUND THIRTEEN. They Immediately rushed to a clinch and Referee Graney parted them. Britt was wild with two lefts and another left for the bods1 was blocked. Very little fighting followed, the men clinching repejtedlv. Britt was short, several times with his left and Corbett whipped a smart left to the jaw, duplicating the blow a moment later. Britt then forced Corbett to the ropes, landing n, left hook to the stomach and a left to the face. Corbett forced him hack to tho cf nter of tho ring and caught Britt twice on the jaw with two hard right uppercuts. It was noticed that Corbett took good care to keep his stomach cov eted. As the bell rang Corbett swung with a fearful right for the Jaw. but It went wild. The pace has slowed down, and both men again went to their corners tired. ROUND TOURTEEN. They sparred In a desultory manner, each looking for an opening. Finally Cor bctt swung two hard rights to the ear ano followed It with a right to the body that was partially blocked. Some clever blocking followed, Corbett Jailing to con nect with three vicious right twfngs. Jimmy hooked his left high on the breast and a clinch followed. Corbett then blocked a left for the body, but re ceived a straight left to the face. A right nwlnir by Corbett went wide, and Britt missed two fierce lefts In succession on the face. Corbett Jarred Britt with a straight left to the jaw that forced the Callfornlan to clinch Jimmv asain appeared tired, as the bell rang. The round was a shade Cor bett's. The men are resorting to much clinching, and the referee was kept busy keeping them apart. ROUND FIFTEEN. Corbett went In after Britt, planting a straight left to the jaw and a right to the body. Britt then received two right and left swings on th" Jaw that dazed him. He fought back desperately and drove a couple of left hunks to the body that made the champion v.ince. Corbctt forced Britt to the roo-s. planting u right and left to the iv.. It looked bad for Britt. He appeared erv groggy and fought liko a dying man. Corbett tent a left to the Jaw and mi-sed a right that would hao ended matters had it landed Britt received two rights and lefts on the jaw that sfnt him lo a ilincli Ho hung on desperately to aoid punNhment. As they broke away Britt drove a straight left lo the -tomach with a. good deal .if force, remarking "How do you lik it jourself?" Tho bill then -ent tho ine-i to their corners. It was Corbett's round. ROUND SIXTEEN. They stood In tho center of the ring, ex changing blow for blow. Britt planted a hard left to the body ant! followed It with a left swing that sent Corbett's head back. Britt followed his advantage, put ting rk-ht anl left to the Jaw. '"orbett again looked worried, t'orbett tben shot his i ight to the body with great force and Britt again clinched. Biltt got In a left to the bedv and they mixed up. both delivering telling blows. Both seemed to tire from the efforts. Cor bett s, nt in a straight left to the body, tho Impact of which was heard all over the building. Britt then sent Corbett to the ropes v 1th two terrific rights to the Jiw. The IrII rang at this stage, but tho lighters did not he tr It. It was a wonderful rally on Brltt's part and Corbett looked a bit groggy as he went to his corner. ISrltt had the advan tage, notwithstanding ho received somo hard blows. ROUND SEVENTEEN. Thev went at it hammer an J tongs, ilritt sending his right nnd left to the jaw. fori in-- Corbett to stall. Bi':t thc.i sent In two straight lefts to the fpee nnd blocked a d. sperate light swing bv Cor bett Bntt landed several punches to Cor beit's stomach and missed a hard right fo- the 1a v. De-pjrate fighting followed, both men appearing almost tired out. and Corbett clinched. Uritt finally !nt Corbett agalnit tho ropcH with a straight left to the bodv Corbett fought wildly, and thev mixed it. with Britt uppercutling Corbett on the face and body with left. It was a gnicllus' tussle. Britt liavlrs all the better of It. Tho bell stopped hos tilities. It was Brltt's round by a v.lde irargln. Brltt received a tremendous ova tion as he tool: his seat HI wonderful ability to take punishment and recuperate delighted the crowd. ROUND EIGHTEEN. Corbett rushed in. trjlng to force Brltt to light in close. Ho got more than he bargained for, for Britt rained right and left swings on his face that nearly sent him to the floor. Corbctt clinched in des peration, the referee trving to part them. As they patted Brltt sent In a rltht and a loft to tho face, but a well-directed right bv Corbett caught Ilritt In the stomach. They fought fiercely, both taking very hard blows. Britt tried to keep Corbctt at .i distance, but the latter was too shrewd and forced Ilritt to rloso quarttrs. They mixed It .ind were In tills iKisitlon when the gong sounded. It was a terrific round, closing In Brltt's favor. During the in termission someone proposed three cheers for Britt. and It w-is kept up until tho men toed the scratch for tho next round. ROUND NINETEEN. Britt forecd Corbctt to tho ropes, send ing left and rigl't to the Jaw. Corbett then scored heavily with his right on tho body and leit to the fac. They worked toward the center of the rln. where Britt swung a hard left on Corbett's face. Brltt ducked u right and left upper cut and countered with a straight left to tho head and a right hook to the jaw. Both men again fought dcsperatclv , Britt rock ing Corbett's head with a rain of right and left swings to tho Jaw. Corbctt could not get away from Erltt, whose blows sledom failed to connect. In a. vicious mix Britt swung a hard right to tho ear and a left hook to tho bodv. As the bell rung Corbett was in a clinch to avoid the terriflo rain ot blows with which Brltt bombarded him. It was all Brltt'3 round ROUND TWENTY. They shook hands and immediately mixed It, neither landing. Brltt missed a left for tho Jaw and a right and a left swing by Corbett went into the air. They mixed it again. Brltt crossing with left to tho Jaw. Corbctt missed a right for tho jaw and they clinched against the topis. As they broke Britt sent In two lefts and a right to the Jaw. Brltt missed a ter rific left swing tor tho Jaw and Corbett's efforts were wild. Very few blows found a lodging place. Brltt sent In a right to the head and followed It with a left to the face, Corbett stalling desperately. Brltt did most of the leading and the round ended with the men engaged In a fierce mlxup. Brltt landing almost at wIlL To Brltt was awarded tho decision, which was received with tremendous cheers. TOWN IS FIGHT MAD. San Francisco to-night Is fight mad. Not slnco tho good, old day when Jack Dempsey and Peter Jackson battled for fame anl fortune In this city has such !n-ten-o and universal intcest been dis played, nor has tho pugilistic world wit nessed such stirring scenes as those which were enacted at Woodward's Pavilion to night, when the world's champion feather weight, "Young Corbctt," of Denver, and Jimmy Britt of California faced each other to settle the question ot fistic su premacy. The outcome of this contest has been the main themo of discussion among tho sporting fraternity for weeks, but to-night it was the all-absorbing topic in all talks, and for the time belns events national and International were subordinate to tha general opinion to which of the two pu gilistic stars possessed the greater cham pionship qualities The climax was reached when the doors of the newly remodeled Woodward's Pa vilion, with Its limited seating capacity, were thrown open to the public. All this morning, afternoon and during the early hours of the cvenlns a vast throng had stood In line awaiting the sale of general admission tickets. By nightfall the line had been augmented by thou senilis STREETS BLOCKADED. Street-car traffic in front of the pavilion wan seriously hampered by this lino which extended for several blocks In either di rection. Mounted tiollcemen were compelled to uso their clubs to preserve tin) thins liko order and nt times they were swept aside like so much chaff before tho wind. Finally, when tho rush had subsided somewhat and tbe liollce had stopped tho sale of seals, it was estimated that as m my persons had been unable to gain ad mission to the auditorium as were as sembled within Its walls. RECEIPTS. $10,000. When the bell summoned tho principals In the main event to tho center oj; the ring there wero about 8.W0 persons in at tendance. Tho club officials stated that the receipts would total about J40.0UO, which is tha greatest amotint ever con tested for by fighters of Corbett's and Brltt's caliber. Included In the assem blage were prominent sporting men from all over the country. Both pugilists weighed in at Harry Cor bett's saloon to-night, and. as had been predicted, failed to budge the bar at the ISO-pound notch. . , ,, . Brltt's exact weight was 129 while that of Corbett was not given to tho public. So great was the crowd which assembled at the wclghing-ln quarters that the prin cipals were greatly Inconvenienced, and some delay ensued on this account. A similar condition existed In the im mediate vicinity of the various newspaper offices, where bulletins of tho progress of the fight were displayed. On Market street, the main thoroughfare of the city traffic of all description was brought to a complete standstill, so great was the con gestion of people CORBETT TAVORITE. There was little change in the betting situation this evening. Corbett was a pro nounced favorite at odds which fluctuated from 10 to C to 10 to SH. At 6.30 p. m. the indications wero that, owing to the In crease of Brltt money, the odds would go The betting, which had been apathetic considering the tremendous Interest iclls played. to-night revived v. itha suddenness tint llterallv swamped the noolsellers Corbctt has wagered J1KO against !- that he will bo returned the winner, while Brltt placed against $S0o on his own chances. It was rumored that the cham pion had $3,CO or over .to place at odds of 19 to 3, that he woulJ wind up the fight inside of twelve rounds. In the mutual, the majority of specula ors figured Corbett to win In from ten to fifteen rounds. whil Bri-.t was held to havo the best chince In eighteen rounds or more. Corbett's seconds to-night were Harry Tuthlll. Tim McGrath and C Otts. Tut hlll nctc-i as the champion's chief adviser. Britt was looked after bv "ripidiir" Kelly, Frank Rafael and Curt Richardson. Kel ly acted as director General of the Britt forces. PRELIMINARY BOUTS Two six-round bouts preceded the main event. Hugh MeGordon and Jack Evans, both local celebritle" furnished the cur tain ral-er. while Jack Buike of Han l'nn cisco and I.vnn Trucott of Australia, toed the reratch in tbe second event. Truscott's record in the Antipodes Is quite notc worthj He Is ciedltej with having dis posed of ciulte a numbc of llhie":? with International reputations. Ju-t prior to the main event Corbett re ceived ;in encouraging message from J. IT Rothwell of D( nver. and several letters offering him engegiment- alter the light. The contest between Brltt nnd Corbett v.as scheduled for twenty rounds, llldie Granev was leferee. 1MIOIII1 MEET AT COMSEUI. Trtenl)-Onc Events, AMth Entries I'roin Colleges In nml Out of Clt. The fourth annual Indoor meet und-r the auspices of the St. Louis University will bo held at the Coliseum to-night. Sev eral teams from out-of-town colleges ar rived jesterday, whilo the others are ex pected to get in this morning. The boya from the Creighion University of Omaha, Neb., came In early and were at the Coliseum tho greater part ot tho day. G. Phalr, tho crack sprinter of the Marquette CoIIese of Milwaukee, who won the 009-yard liojs run on March 7, was on tho floor limbering up This run, for which he holds the record is the same as the intc r-choiastie champions dp here. Georgetown university has a delegation of live men. who are recognized aM the fastest college sprinters, and are expected to break the record this uvenltr,- Following are the names of the cntnc3 and handicaps: SK hjniln.l j.ii.l luutflnp- J. .- !".. mlns. scratch, II II Jttihter. Jl prft. r Icble., 6, H. If Vheler, .. J It. e .Nell. , A P Hlnnklev. i:, H Albert. ; , I. 1 Ilna. i-. W. I' llclaclaj. Ii. J. i shott, H; (1 H Maekej, s. Jl arr. IS. r r. lnlw 2.. a Ol'lvnn. Is; VI MeMonow. W. J Do-rll. a. L It t"r3ler, 3: A. Krutz'rh, 16. J ,, ell, 3. Ii htillsourj. 21. j: llitirnnn, :. P strausa, IS, J. It Dun can, 2j t I.amp!iicr . 16. 1 i:. Ocre. 22. K 11 Ong.r, II. VV. Jllnijis. 16. W. X lall. scratch, y. htrau?, rl vani"; H J. Kilner, , J Uroie-. 3. ii. 11 McCormlck. scratch: e:. M. llln. jardi, P. It Million , LI. U f Cor nelius 11, V II. Junes, Jl, J. II. Uojcr. Jl; It. Ilelliran. ; el. l'h.ilr. 11 Itunnlng hlrh Jutai-J. ' Miott. 2 in"hs; It. Oeav, 4; G lAuns. 15-: v. el KIln. 3, It M Fa?kctt Fcratrb; I., c I. Ut loner, l1-. inches, P A. Prank. 1, 15 D Mithls. 3".; II." M. Pul ler ton. 4V Ono tliousjnd-jarl hanHcap tV P Holiday. 12 jard-. J 11. Mc-i'ormtck lJ: C Ileliln. :. K .' Mllllioue, "). L. i: t'oniellu. n K P. Jones. r. s. ii i:.ij.r. o. M. Hcllman, .1., i;. I'tMlr 3i). :. lVlfha IS. U. J Weir i,. 11 Pechmar. is. c M. McCull. Ii): J r llahn. scratch I I linn, r." vara? P. A senHfly 4". Ilftj-jjrd tiovlceJ. cj t511:nore. C. P. Car doll, c' & Itailer. J 3. lteuter. J. I!. Ualla sner. K II Jt!chtT. J It, O Nell. 11. Albeit, J It I.itov. II srelth. It. 5ray. G. OPlvun. J IMwell, II Ovsler. Krutzch, J. New ell. O P l'ojt. VV i"allihan Plfty-jard hurdle II" All-rt. IS re"; W. P. Hcl!dj. 7 feet. J. B. I.ito. S feet, II hmlth. 0 feet. W. A Draper. scrUch. Ii. clruj. s feet, e5 II. Conger, scratch, I). Illl.n, feet. M. O'Bear, 13 feet. 15 A Mnltb, i: feet, J. 1 Smith. 11 feet. W. IS. Kline. 3 fee'. P. VI. K.ket fcrateh; I C U'aclumr, scratch; M. S. flaw. 4 feet Piflj-Mird dah. handicap II Smith. 12 feet; W A llrivor 4. U 5ra II O licanp. 3, J. llelll. scratch. (' II Turn-r $ feet. P. . Qutnn. 1. C i;Iaer. 6; C tamphleie, 7. P. Hcekwcir 5 P Iser. 13. It- Messing 10, A. K. esanshl. 11. O Hair. U II Is Murrj. 7. J (5. tlllmore 35. C. P Kaldell. 1". C K. Un der, s J I' I.vdcn. s. .1 J neuter 13 J P Uallaehcr. 14. 15 II Itlcntcr. 13. r. Peebles, ;.. II II Wheeler. 3. .1. It e Nell K, A It Wank:r. 7; II. M.iert. 15. U J Plnn. P.. V. 1" Ilelailiv. 7. J I" Hiett. 12. J P Laton. 9. Polo vault e! P.vans, , Inch's. M stnvi. 6- o I Putt. 3. P. ISahrens. S. O 15. DurUn.i. Ecratcli. I. Union. t,i, lrches OROW.NS IV MGVtl. PItCTICU. McAIecr bends Ills Urn Throngh it Miff Drill on the Season's Mgnn. r.i:rrm,ie spnciAr.. Corslcana. Tcv., March 2.". To the inter ested spectators who watched the dally maneuvers of the Krowns at the practice grounds, to-day's work convinced the most skeptical that McAIeer's bojs are ball players. From the antics of the Browns it seems that every fraternal order In the category Is represented, and opposing teams will do well to havo base runners hug their bases or their chances for sxoring will be lim ited. If Bobby Wallace does a two-step or Dick Padden tosses a pebblo hi tho air, the runner at sc ond had better be on his guard, or if Tom Jone) has his left foot advanced Just thirteen inches the runner at llrat Is us good as gone, and IT Hill stands on his right foot four and three quarters seconds It H 10 to 1 the runner at third will be cut off All the slabmen. catchers and inllelders havo a code of sicr.als which the experi enced evo of n ball plajur cannot detect unless he is "nut next " To-day's work consisted entirely of per fecting different codes of signs, and re sults' were gratlfvlng. To-morrnw an ex hibition game with the lccnls will complete the work of the Browns In this cltv, nnd tho entire team will take their departure Sunday, going by way of "Waco for a game. Secretary Mercer i3 now arranging n schedule of dates for games to be placed on the return trip home. Pool nnd llllllnrd ntcs. Prank Ely defeated Kdnard Dowd in the continuous poo! tournament enmo nt the Ilroml wav last nigh b a scorn of 100 tn To ntKht'9 game will be between Albcr llowo and "Walter Alcoke. Ford boat Cornell in the clars I! tournaTint yame at tho Grand Ist night by a score of 35 to 13. DR. DUFF'S SCIENTIFIC, CERTAIN AND COMPLETE CURE FOR Weak, Nervous, Restless at night, and Weak, Aching Back. Diseased Kidneys, Inflamed Prostate. Despondent. Lack of i r;ncrn, Ammtion anu Strength, Poor Memory, Hol low fied. Face Pimples and Dark Circles under ecs. An endless number of men have one or more of tho above symptoms and drag from day to day In despair of a prospe-ous. hapr) future, and well they mav, for It neglected their health is sure to bo wrecked by a complete loss ot physical, mental and sexual povv cr. My method coitipietels- anil permanently re CHAS. A. DUFF, M D. healthy, manly feeling or new life. SO Crrtn, XO PAY. Vlisolutely no charge unless untlitfnction I" dven. Every' patient Is given n written guarantee lo refund everv dollar paid for services In a stated length of time If they do not receive a complete, lifelong cure and entire sat isfaction, and my well-known financial standing is sufficient evidence to anjono that I am entirely responsible for nny contract that Is not fulfilled. Cansultntlon Free, Confidential nnd Invited, both at office and by corre spondence. Successful treatment by mall. Terms arc always made to suit the con venience of any ono appljing for treatment, and very rearonablo charges. Do not treat elsewhere until you havo Investigated my methods and term3. Ofllce houra dur ing week. S a. m. to S p. hi.; Sundays. D to 1. CHAS. A. DUFF. M. D 8IO Ollvo Stroot. St. Louts, Mo. Burlington Building. Directly Opposite South SIdo of Post Office. 715 locuwtbl.. Itoken HlrtK.. Room 3t, 21, tti:, St. Lonis, ' Hours: S a. m. to 7 p. m.; oitur.iajs to S; Sundays. 9 to 13 oalr. City papers will prove established nractlca slnco mi See back nu tf The Republic and ba convinced. You tea DOCTOR WII1TTII: person. 715 tocuKtSt.. Kokcn Itonrs: a . m. In 7 n FOR HOLIEST TREATSVieMT. Cures all Chronic, .verv0ni, tllooil. bkln and Crlnnrv nii. ness or nurrhuw results of ?JE.r,ar!, Irrltableneaa or unfltnu for busl weakness? qmeSnissfSic: P0? J ,m?"Sod- i?'T urine, organla TTiiir i Free. ow" "red and a radical cum guaranteed. UIooil Polsuna All stages. Eczema. Lie er.cnred for Ufa by safe means. IllnnkSU. Urinary and Illadrler allraerts quickly cured: Painful. Difficult, too Freouent or Bloodr ferine- al"wlrlate diseases oastrcetln nrtnarv passage. Blank 2S. Free. ' Ha At Kcetnl diseases caret Modsrn Snrc-lenl eases. whethr congenital or acqntra vr.fit.t Dictionary and Ailvler free nt I lien JOCKEY DONOVAN IS SUSPENDED, Judges Were Dissatisfied W ith J lis Uaudling of Inspector Shea. HEAVY PLUNGE ON DR. CLARK. Joe Martin Was Driven Out to Heat Lenox Dick Ripley Won in a Itoinp ISainey Drey- fip-s a Good Thin-'. REPUBLIC SPL-CIAI.. Little Itock. Ark.. March "3. Another record-breaking crowd attended the races to-day and the play was very heavy. The matter of most Interest was the suspen sion of Jockey Donovan. The Judges were dissatisfied with his handling of Inspector Shea, when Dan iels's horse ran third to Dawson last Tues day and when he to-day rode a bad race on Pat Civill's good lllly Fay Templetcn. allowing her to be beaten a neck by Tom my O'llara. when It looked a3 If she should have won handily. They ordered his Indefinite suspension. According to Starter Dade, Donovan rulled vp I'ny Templcton at the post. Dick KJpIcy. Martius. Tommy O'llara and George Martin were the winning favorites, though the ring suffered conslderably moro through tho winning of Doctor Clark than the success of any of the first choices. lie was backed from 4 to 18 to S, and won in clever fashion from Teby Blue Dick Iilplev won the second In a gallop. Pat Civill's Barney Drey fuss, plajed for a good thing, took the third by six lengths. Martius. after Indulging Ingolthrift with the lead for six furlongs in tho fourth, galloped over him at the end. Joe Martin had to be driven out to beat Lenoi. a half length in the last. Flrt t race, four furlonys Tommy O'llara, IIS (Troxlerl 2 to i. won; Pay Templeton. Hi (Donovan). 3 to 2, -ecend: Ltddon. 103 (Min der). tu 1 third. Time. JL Will Rollins and Beundlni Ship alo ran Second rac. me and a halt furlonrs pick Ripley M (ubuchon). C to 3, won. Dollnda. 10s ilicnovam. 3 to I. eeennd. Georye Jam-i, 107 (Hi.frler). i to I, third. Tlm. 1:11. 1-1 Cujiw lrg. Itlpplo Fraz.cx, Polly Hill and Bay Mew also ran . Third raee. mile and eever.tv yarda Ttarney Prcvftl"- M (Aubuclion). 4 to I. won. Sarllla. 10, (Davlsson M to 1. cond. l'etmuda. .. il'erlilns). 11 to 5. third. Time. P. ora Mc Klnr.ey. Klnloch Parlt, Clifton Boy and Ta bannacHh also ran . Fourth race, one mile Martlum IW fAu-l-ichon). 3 t.. 5. won: lntrolthrlft ino (John Hennes'c). even, seeiinl: Illarknolf. IW (Kos l.lns), 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:14'. Snowdrift also I'lflh race, tit furlomts Poctir nark, ins (Minder). 2 to 1. won. Pebylllue. M (llennmj). 3 to L "eond- Countess Clara. 1D7 iRobblnsi 3 to 2. third. Time. l"li.i Swindlemejer. TV ill bli-llr. Leviathan an.! Uttle Arrow also ran Sixth race, six furlonim Joe Martin Hi (StecensV to 5 won. Knox, lto (John Ilen ne. fl to 1 second Hoomerark. 114 (Troi Ir. C to 3. third Time. 1:13. Budaelser and iReet Dream also ran TO-DAY'S IJTTLB ROCK KNTRIES. First rare. I've and one-half furlonga: LaiRi-M .. Bounding s.hlp Victor . Hazel Brass Bcksteln . , Marsiry Gaffner ..100 ... 90 ...Ml 13t , 90 Courant Second race, ono and ose-slsteenth mile, eell- ine , Star Gajer . ... ItuRlehoni . .. lnoector Shea . loliltetmuda ' . yo I Henry of Franeta 1071 mar 10 Third race, one mile: Ora McKinney Msrtlui. i3 1 Schoolmate .. 1 r ! Tenneseean S7 .100 Fourth race, the Anheuser-Busch SwepitsMkes one mile: Sclllns Ralph Young Caithness .. Pt Tammany . W lVmrauot Pas . nailrby Bennett . lljl .... 5 ....1M nfth race, neven furlong, gelling: Coha-sett . .. Sweet Bream Reducer M Noweta . 97 KlnK'telle 1)1 Welcome IJaht . 31 . ! -lt5 Sixth race six furlongs selling: Bdna T I" UueU. ....; jot .swindlemejer W Bero 103 Aratoma, 107 filfton Boy 10. A Convict 93 Hay View , JS Hassle's ret 107 Queen I 1M Will bhelly ill Araic fS Uarthowe 103 Halm of Gllead ....HO Laura Hunter .lullMIss Aubrey 101 LITTLE ROtTK SF.LECTIO.V3. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Llttlo Rock. March 55 Selections: . First Race Courant. Eckstein. Victor B. fceaind Race JJuElehorn, Inspector stita. Bet. muda. Third Race Tcnnefsecan, Martius. Ora, Mc Kinney Fourth Itaco rourciuol Tas. Caithness, Ralph Younc Fifth Race Cohaswt, Noweta, Sweet Dream. Sixth Race Welcome Light, Clifton Hoy, Will Shell). P1.MCKIITOX nUA9 FAST IIACC. Harney Schrelber Develops n Prom ising Youncstcr Hccord Broken. I.os Angeles, Cal., March 13. rinkerton, Kaniey Schrclbor's crack 2-year-old. took up IIS pounds nnd ran halt a mllo at Bashful. Melancholia. Youthful Folly, Weak, Trembles, Vari cocele, Day Drains, Night Losses, Premature Discharge, Feeble Erection. Lost Man hcod, Kxccssiv e Drinking, Loss of Semen In Urine. Ex posure. Overwork and Worry, Producing Brain F-ag. vives mniilinml nfter cure-nil' remedies nnd 'quick-cure" upcclalUln fall tti even benefit. My sclentll'c, systematic course of treatment for weak, nervous, broken-down youths and men, who have, through folly, dissipation and excesses, un fitted themselves for work and tho enjoyment of life. Is a system that ha- been tested many times over and proven entlrily satisfactory In every case. It Is totally different from the many sickening pills and tablets, nnd the stimulating stomach-ruining drugs given by would-bo specialists. My specific treatment for all the symptoms indicating Falling Manhood is harmless, though so effective as to remove them Immediately. It is constitutional; therefore, by purifying and enriching the blood, strengthening tho nervous sjstem, nourishing the tissues, the patient becomes strong and healthy, with all signs of th trouble forever gone. This treatment Is to tho human system what theh sap is to the tree It buds energy, ambition and confluence that leaf into a prime, CALL OR WRITE. mrtz., Room 31), 31,51::, St. Lonis. Mo. m.- ,t,.,. in 9. fln,,., a .. ,., .1. ciair ck cumbers TTI Kit methods; no eottlnjr. Call or writ t for adrlea. a. "uccesaiuiiir treated, varicocele In daja. ffflce or sealed br mall; thirty pen plctnrii. lonanltntlon Free at Ofllce or by Mall. ,e Moderate Chargos. Ascot Park to-day in liS'i. This is better than tho previous record over the Ascot Tark track fgr that distanco by half a. second. The black joungster won handily from Belle Kinney, tha heavily played second choice. The other live races went to the high-priced horses, and the books git "ill with a balance to the good. Sum mary: Weather clear; track fast. 8jrninary: First race, one ml!. Inausurator. 110 (Feicht). I to - wi: Uherto, I'll W Duuan). 3 to t. wr."n3: FpyVr 'ut, IW (Lawrence r. t? 1. fiiirJi Time 1:43"- Annie T. Maud M. Hon i,,r.; Itev del ftlo. Opltol. No FrlenJ. Bl Sin! t?nnlKWandPFritt Stockvrell .to ""c'con.1 rice, half ralle-Plntterton, US (J. nXisnrf 3 til 5 un: Pell Kenney. u; (J. if to i. third Time. :. Dorando. fcinlcadj ""Tltlrce'T'Srls-B... Miracle. M .i lieicwn.. 5 to I. won: eartsMllton. 1I j.V Johnson), s to 1. .cond: Ma-., wu ken iiolic,." Itikebur. SWrStJh ami Clbralur "j'oJrlh race, six furious-. hwdlcaBarrlns- ;?; E,'S?,IE5iV CoV?cond: Oan?nl J.SMM .iohnson) J tKnl' T,ine 1-15 Tur ile. Atiantico.; .Golden Mineral and Nevereu e Ulnfthnracc. .lx furlongs-Dolly. Welth'ff. 1 .rSntr.'- . "seinjrii-at WrEn!S. V ali.sthn'race mllo and s-venty yards-Gent'" IlS 1 'uJncktSn). 6 to 1. won; Cotws. 101 ilJiw) 6 t" 5. second: Sherry. VH ""ori. S to I InirU Time. 1 13. Emir. Admetus, Phj and All About al-o ran. ,. TO-DT'S ACOT PARK ENTninS. First race on mile. seUHia: e-hemlst ,'. Irnlsbrtic't ;' Pictuiu JJg llavsanlo Jffi Ituzmartln "g Ch.rn e7 , i..i ... . . ... 1 VS iii.; ..t,.,... ... Lurdan Klamero 'J' The e-ovenanter U' Major HocK-r ..ll' Lezal Maxim . 11 Second ra. live and one-half furlonss. sell ing . IS OUR BEST GIMRAHTEE. DRS.FRANG.S& FRAKG1S, St. lomv t.taJlaj SptslHlttt. WE CURE WHERE OTHERS FAIL. Tea-s of nactlce In treating Chronic Xervousi, Blood and Special Diseases Elvea us many udvantarces over famllv physl clars Perfect confidence In our ability and modern curative methods of trentrnen. prompts us In maklrr this generous otter. We have cured thousands of weak, broken donn. dijcourased mn. ard ran dn th same for vou. Don't stand Idlv by and se; jour health menaced ord your manhood slipping awav wi--n we will cuarantee you a lasting cure 5jd restoration. VAItirnci5Ln. Under "ir treatment this Insidious disease rapidly disappears. Pain ceases almost Instantly The pools or stagnant blood are driven from the di lated veins and H soreness and sirelllnc cuirvlv snbl.1e. Cverv indication of Vari cocele soon vanishes, and In Its atead come the pride, (be, power and the pleasures cf Irfect heslth and restored manhood. .TMirTTRK. Our cure dissolves the Stricture completely ard removes every ot Mnietton from the urinary passan. allays II Inflammation, vtcps evry rtUcnarjre. re dues (he tirostate 'and. cleanses and heals the Madder and kidneys. Invigorate th nealt-ned organs and rstew hujs anl feupdness to every part of the way arTeeted bv- the dlseas. Minvncn rEni itt. On' cure for wak men removes all the fll effects of for mer follv and dissipation, stops everr loss nnd dra.'n of vlior. makes tho nerves etrons end steadv. enriches the blood Invigorates the wasted tItIc organs, and. most Irn portint of all. restores the wasted tiewers ef manhood. Aveld tmporarv stimDiants. Pk a lastinr cure. "We ettsrante n per manent restoration In from SO to 90 ettys. rnvTAGint's nl.onn potbo. if von have sore throat, mucous patebes. plmolas. conper-colnred spots, sores and ulcers, bona rains, falllnir hair or nny symptoms of this disease In either primary, secondnrv cr tertlarv states, come to us and be forever rid of It. Our treatment cleanses and erad icates everv taint of poleon and everr Im ruritv from the blood and arstem. All dan. per ef transmission or recurrence Is re moved VCTit take merenrv and notash fnr vears. when we ran ruarsntee ymt a per manent cure In 90 dars without th usa ef theft Injurious remedies? Consult ns at We also eure in stay enred Ilvdreeele Ttnnture Files. "Ktdnev. plsdfler and Pros tatic Atfeler.s. riema. Psoriasis and all r-"-v Vln T3Iseae. WBITC ,f unable to call, irlvlnp; a full nnilC descrlptlen of your case In your own word. Our Home Treatment la the most successful known to medical science. All correspondence Is confidential. Hour 9 a. m to K p- m. Sundays. 9 a. m. to 1 p m. Consultation and examination free. Drs, Francis & Francis, 800 Oilie St., St. Louis, Mo. Primary, Sstoniary cr Tertiary Stood Poltoa Permanently Cured. You can be treated at home under same coaranty. Capital S30O.00O. Wa solicit tho most obstinate cas3s. Wa have cured the worst caves In IS to 35 days. It you havo taken mer-urj. VVl'llW. UJUWIi u.ws,3u,xeuj d. . w. ." "v-j . i or Eyebrows falUns out. write for proofs ot curta. Cook Remedy Co lt37XlSuECTIUmClusra.Ill. lMln looking. OR. SCHREBER; 816 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo. Tlie IIELIA11LE SpeclalUt Cures private and chronic dis eases. Lost Manhood, Nervous D-blUty. Iyt Vlffor, Seminal Veakir3S Nlcht Iyins-s. De btmatlnc Drtams, Karly De car. Varicocele, re-mlts of er rors or -'xe8efs. Urinary IIa tLfa. Gleet. Htrlcture, Un natural DlKharces and all dis eases ot Kidneys ana madder and Blood Poison, all itaeea, cosltlvelv enred. Out-of-town patient treated by malL Book tree. $1.00 PER WEEK FOR TREATMENT Tou can buy no better for 310 a week. (Tonaultatlca free. Call or write. Hours: a. m. to 3 p. m. Sundays, 13 a, m. to 3 p. ra. Dr. BOHANNAN Carei U Chronic nd SpecUlD.tws.wt. Dr. B.'f "Tec- UMBCartiT,pol'.:JTelcIHTerTODlDebtUtT,0sanI VTcskoeit. Lort Msobood, srlcoccle or soy eVlIf rtiali lax from joatMulfrrorsorezcciiefl,la from tvo to MTfQ wwki. InatesndconiUstlyKdTer.ledln thlspsiwr'9 over forty year, and ass nertr f ll d In cnrlnr tn TTorn Cstft. lmprUVi-ortott.ctoMlDDI.EAGnDMC"bo fela irrakaetsibejOBdthelrTesri. Price- FlTtDoJIsn. trial peEt,OBeI5olHr,wIll ttiow tisttlio Bemly will do all that ft .d'ertlwd. Sold only by PK. C. A. BOtti Nc. Ho. t!X Mortsa Street. St. Loo f. Mo. Snt td soy addrM,scure.jMsld. filat Circular 7R. MENAHDWOMEM. U.e BI O f orunnstnrst Jlseharfs4nBmMtJ?,i; Irriiatisas or ulcerations ,mtam.a .f mncaci jnsnibrsn... 1 rrnnk ruil. PslnlMi, and not aitrlV ItWHSiiHmmtU. ientoroiiono. or teat i piaio jrf5 vt pre2. r"IJv I0 tl 00. or 3 bottl-s "-,, Circular scot os m"" iPIY WHEI OUBEil I iJla'itikl B vi ft I i' ? A. IS " ..VJC-