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WORLD OF SPORT.
Rey del Rey Wins the Rich
Whitney Reduces a Record
Made by Racine.
The Side-Wheelers and Trotters Get-
ting Down to Work.
Raelne and Nero Were Among tbe Cali
fornia Winners Yesterday—Wan
da wins the 2:30 Trot
Rey Del Rey yesterday proved himself
to be a worthy brother of Emperor of Nor
folk and El Rio Rey by landing the rich
omnibus stakes and beating a splendid
field of three-year-olds. The writer has
always maintained that Rey Del Rey
was no counterfeit, as claimed by many
sporting writers. The horse has been
handicapped by something that tells
more than weight. He has never had a
trainer. If Jim Rowe, Byrne or Walden
Ramsey had the son of Norfolk and
Marian he would have been in the front
much oftener. I repeat that Matt Allen
is not a first-class trainer. The omnibus
stake was worth a cool $20,000 to the
Racine won yesterday at Saratoga. At
tbe Hawthorne track, Nero continues to
win. His new trainer is doing wonders
with the erratic California colt.
The different fairs in California are
now in full blast and some sensational
performances can be looked for next
month, if not sooner.
REY DEL REY.
The California Three-Year-Old Beat* a
Slashing Good Field.
Morris Park, August 7.—The Omni
bus stakes was the feature of the day.
It was for three-year-olds at $250 each,
with $10,000 added, mile and a half,
and there were twelve starters. Com
ing down the stretch everybody was at
whip and spur, and each horse was
straining every nerve and muscle. Rey
del Rey came from among the bunch
with a tremendous burst of speed, and
won the beat race of the year by half a
length, in 2:38.
Rain; track heavy.
Six furlongs—Loantaca won, Arab
second, Contribution third; time, 1:12.
' Six furlongs—Tammany won, Minnie
second, Patrimony third; time, I:l2>£.
MilejjCnd a furlong—Stockton won,
Terrifjfr second, Strideaway third;
Six furlongs—Schuylkijl won, Crocus
second, Fred Lee third; time, I:l2}£.
Seven furlongs—Celia won, St. John
second, Pearl Set Third; time, 1:28. V
Omnibus stakes, mile and a half—Rey
del Rey won, Bermuda second, Poet
Scout third; time, 2:38.
! Saratoga, August 18.—Rain; track
Mile—Racine won, Bolers second,
Belle of Orange third; time, 1:41%.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19, 1891.
Six furlongs—Emma Primrose won,
Longfellow-Vie filly second, Bonny
Burke third; time, I:l6>j.
Mile and a quarter—Pessara won, J.
B. Second, Calcarra third ; time, 2:13.
Mile and sixteenth—Bedfellow won,
Now-or-Never second, Madstone third;
Mile and furlong—Carroll won, Kern
second, Quotation third; time 1:57.
THE KENT FAIR.
Kent, Wash., August 18.—Track heavy
from rain last night and this morning.
Special half-mile dash—Carrie M. won,
Lela S. second, Smooth Wire third.
Pacing race postponed from yesterday
won by Sorrel Frank. All other horses
distanced. Best time, 2:27.
Postponed 2:25 trot was won by
Blondie, Alto second, Mark Medium
third. Best time, 2:24.
NEBO STILL WINNING.
Chicago, August 18. — Hawthorne
races, half-mile dash—Barnard won,
Lyman second, Miss Lulu third; time,
One mile —Nero won, Insolence, sec
ond, Maud Howard third; ;time, 1:43.
Mile and eighth—Dungarven won,
Brookwood second, Eli third; time,
Six furlongs—Trowbridge won. Fan
King second, Maud B. third; time,
WHITNEY BREAKS A SECOBD.
Chicago, August 18.—At Garfield
park today Racine's great record of
1:44% for a mile and seventy yards,
made at Saratoga last week, was low
ered by Whitney, who made the dis
tance in 1:44IL,.1 L ,.
Thirteen-sixteenths of a mile—Miss
Cow won, Maggie B. second, Seekehardy
third; time, 1:22.
Mile—Jed won, Grandpa second, Grab
Cider third; time, 1:42^.
Mile and seventy yards—Whitney
won, Tom Rogers second,Catalpa third;
Five furlongs—Minnie C. won, Tom
Elliot second, Lake Breeze third ; time,
Half mile —Ollie Glenn won, Missent
second, Antoinette third; time, 49%.
Mile—Hueneme won, Reveal second,
Neva C. Third ; time, 1:42.
THE LIGHT HARNESS DIVISION.
No 1 hint Sensational ln the Second Day
at Washington Park.
Chicago, August 18. —Washington
Park trots, champion stakes, two-year
olds—King Chester won in three straight
heats, Margaret M. Second, Longhran
W. third, McGregor Wilkes fourth ; best
Juvenile stakes, two-year-olds, two in
three—Ambrosial won, Swigart K. sec
ond, Fleet Cossack third, Bellwood
fourth ; best time, 2:36.
diighest of all in Leavening Power.— TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
PqV\ ] Baking
Class 2-23—Strader H. won, J. W.
Tedford second, Bloomfield third, Bis
mouot fourth; best time, 2:19%.
Class 2:50 —Bonnie Mack won in three
straight heats, Tom Fugh second, Letta
third. Pen Wallace fourth; best time,
Fleta Wilkeswood sent to beat record
of 2:37, turned the track in 2:28. Allen
Sprague trotted to beat 2:32 and suc
ceeded, making 2:31)o. The judges in
the third heat of the 2:50 race took Dick
Wilson from behind Letta C. and put
up a new driver. She came near win
ning the next heat and they fined
Wilson $100 for fouling her.
DOWN THE LINE.
Springfield, Mass., August 18. —
Opening of the grand circuit races at
Hampden park this afternoon. Track
Class 2:24 trot—N. T. H. won, Dusty
Miller second, Martha Wilkes third,
Tom Carpenter fourth; best time,
Class 2:16, pacing—Grant's Abdullah
won, Maggie R. second, Scioto Girl
third, Crawford fourth ; best time, 2:17.
Class 2:19, trot—Jean V. won in three
staight heats, Henrietta second, Rich
mond, jr., third; best time, 2:20.
THE NAPA FAIR.
Wanda Wins the 2.20 Trot ln the Easiest
, Possible Manner. '
Napa, Cal., August 18.—The Napa
fair opened today, with every indication
of a successful meeting. Napa's fast
track has attracted the best horses in
the state, and there is is not stable room
enough to accommodate all. For every
day good racing cards are announced.
All the well-known dm ers are here. The
exhibit of live alock and poultry is
large. At the pavilion the display is
already assuming goodly proportions.
Large exhibits of wine are being made.
The Independence band of Mare Island
will furnish music each day.
Class 2:20 —Wanda won. Franklin
second, Mary Low third; best time,
Yearling race, mile dash- Myrtle F.
won, Alwood K. second; time, 3:07.
Class 2:25 pacing—Charlie C. won,
Lady Markham second; best time, 2:23.
THIS SANTA BARBARA FAIR.
Santa Barbara, August 18. —The an
nual fair of the Nineteenth District ag
ricultural association opened auspici
ously today, and will continue during
the week. The speed programme is
given special prominence, which has
resulted in bringing together a number
of very good animals. The races this
afternoon attracted a large crowd.
Running, three-fourths mile und re-,
peat —Naicho B. won, Sid second ; best
Yearling colts, half mile trotting—
Fleur-de-Lis won, Annie Darling second.;
time, 1 *7>.i.
Special trot—J. B. won, Peter Low
second; best time, 2:34.
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
The "Giants" Take Revenge on the
New York, August 18. —The Giants
were easy winners today. New York,
7; Boston, 3. Batteries, Ewing, Berkley ;
Cincinnati, August 18. — Cleveland
won today's game through faulty de
cisions of Umpire Powers. In the eighth
inning, as McAleer was rounding third,
Latham attempted to block him. Mc-
Aleer struck Latham, and the latter
knocked the former down. There was
considerable excitement, but it soon sub-
Bided. Cincinnati, 2; Cleveland, 6.
Batteries, Rhines, Keenan; Vian, Zitu
Pjttsburg, Auguat 18.—The Chicagos
won today by clean batting. Pittsburg,
3; Chicago, 4. Batteries: Galvin,
Miller; Gnmbert, Merritt.
Philadelphia, August 18.—Brooklyn
game postponed; wet.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION AFFAIRS.
St. Louis, August 18. —At a meeting
of the American association today, a
resolution was adopted accepting the
application of Milwaukee for member
The Cincinnati club will be retained
in full membership, but will transfer its
dates to Milwaukee for the remainder of
the present season.
THE INFANTS A FACTOR.
San Joke, Cal., August 18.—San Jose
won the last game of the series from
San Francisco this afternoon by a score
of 10 to 2.
Another Light Weight Battle.
St. Louis, August 18.—Professor Mike
Mooney, of the Missouri gymnasium,
has accepted the offer of Andy Bowen,
of New Orleans, for a finish fight for
$5000 a side and the best purse obtain
able, the fight to take place at New Or
leans or elsewhere.
Manning Has the Floor.
Billy Manning called at the Herald
office yesterday and stated that he would
agree to fight Lew is for from $250 to
$500 a side and for the largest purse
offered, or for the entire gate receipts,
the fight to come off in three weeks.
Manning says he will cover a forfeit of
$50 to $100, but will not enter into nego
tiations until a larger forfeit than $20 is
up. He claims that the backers of
Lewis only want to gain cheap notoriety
by posting up $20, and that if they
mean business they will not object to
putting up a larger forfeit.
A Hale Denied.
Chicago, August 18. — President
Thomas, of the Belt line, denies that
his road has been sold to the Union
A Valuable Remedy.
Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, tbe late President of
the New York State Senate, writes:
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People Who Yesterday Secured Per
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Marriage licenses were yesterday
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John Lauber, aged 49, of Los Angeleß,
and Mary Graner, aged 45, of Los An
P. Myer Van Aken, aged 24, of Uni
versity, and Sarah E. Sexton, aged 21,
Robert McKee, aged 37, of Ventura,
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C. R. Stine, aged 46, of Tustin, and
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