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THE WASHINGTON 1V TIMES TIM ES SUNDAY SUN DA Y SEPTEMBER SEP rE lBER 4 4 1904 1904BASEBALL 9 9BASEBALL 9T5LETLL
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BASEBALL ROWING RACING ATHLETICS BOXING OXINO GOLF GOLFn
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NATIONALS BEAT BEATBUREAU BEATBUREAUATHLETES
BUREAU BUREAUATHLETES BUREAUATHLETESTook ATHLETES ATHLETESTook
Took a Good Game by Close CloseScore CloseScore CloseScore
Score of 6 to 3 3SEAY 3SEAY 3SEAY
SEAY HAD THE REAL GOODS GOODSAllowed GOODSAllowed
Allowed Defeated Nine Only Four Hits Hitsand Hitsand Hitsand
and Prevented Bunching BunchingNo No Er Errors Errors Errors ¬
rors After First Inning InningIn
In a game that was full of Interest Interestend Interestand Interestnud
end with a culmination that was far farfrom farfrom farfrom
from being beIr lr expected by the large ttrge num number numhEr nunher ¬
hEr of spectators the National atIonl Council Councilff Councilf
ff f the Royal Arcanum League bent the theBureau theEurea the1urca
Bureau Eurea Athletic club by b 6 to 3 on the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds at Second and R Streets nor norYt norYtw nortkL nortkLwest i ivrest
west w > st yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayTh yesterdayThe
The Th < > game started out in the first firstInning ftrstInning lirstInning
Inning by b the Bureaus getting one run runto runto runto
to the good but In the second Innincr Innincrthe Innln Innlnthe 1nninthe
the National boys played the kind of ofball oCLaIl ofball
ball forTvhlclt they the have received sucn sucnn sucla sucflfl
n good name nameS nameS nameS
S Seay of Sunday Sunda School League Leaguefame Leaguef1me Leeguelime
fame did the twirling for the winning winningteam wtnnlngteam winningteam
team and allowed but four hits which whichhe whichb
he b 1 > kept well scattered except in the thefirst thel1rst thefirst
first Inning when the loser lo en made their theirf theirfrst theirfrst
f frst rst two runs on two hits an error and anda anda
a 1 pass For the rest of the game there therewas thereWas therec
c was not a semblance of bad fielding fieldingand fleldlnga1d fleidlngAnd
and every Yery player put some life into the thegame theglmt thegame
game glmtThe gameThe v vThe
The Score ScoreNAT ScoreXATCOUNClL ScoreNAT
NAT XATCOUNClL COUNCIL AB R RBH BH PO A E
S SSenyp Seny S > a p 4 1 1 2 K 0
Seitz eVTi C I 4 1 0 1 1 0 I
B Belaski So > > b 4 0 1 f A 0 0 03ckstei
Beekstelrt 3ckstei rf 4 1 1 t 0 1
FIlllus ss 1 2 1 1 0
Tuaz Luazb 2b b 2 1 1 2 3 1 1H J JII 2
II Sony S > O Ib b 3 0 ± 9 0 0
Drescher Drf > sther cf S i 0 01 1 08 D 0 1 1KIrhards 1l
KIrhards l lrhards If X l i 9 0 0 0Taylor 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 10 11 11 4 4Bt7tEAU 4BITtEAU
Bt7tEAU A C AB R 1Ul 10 A E
Taylor cf J Z 1 0 1
Mullln 3b X 1 0 2 1 1
Goltzback If X 1 0 tJ 0 1
Matthews ss S S 1 3 0
Waple 2b b X 01 0 1 1rnlcoop 2 J S
Wynkoop rnlcoop rf 2 ft 6 0 1 0
Akers Akersc c 0 0 6 1 1
RIstin lb 2 0 t w 70 0 1 1ahler
Wahler ahler p 0 0 0 0 U U3 0Totals
Totals SS SSNationals 3 4 1 18 8 8aUonnls 7 7Natlonnhs
Nationals aUonnls 1 0203 0 2 0 n nBureau I 0 0Bureau 08 08Hurt
Bureau Hurt > au A C 2 0000 0 0 0 0 l3 l3Threebase 1qThr it3Threebase
Threebase Thr > oose hits hitsMatthews Matthews First on
balls hallsOft Off Seay SeA 1 off Welder 1 First Firstn Flr1 > t tnn
nn n errors rrorsNnUonals National 1 Bureaus 3 Left Lefton Lenn Lefton
on n bases basosNatlonals Nationals 6 Bureau 2 Sac Sacrifice S Seerifiee c crlfif ¬
rifice hits hitsSeltz Seitz 2 Stolen bases ba baeeBeck baeeBecksteIn eeBeek eeBeeksteIn Beck Beckstein
stein Ruaz H Seay Goltzbnck Waple
HIstin Struck out outB outBy By Wahler 5 by
Seay 3 Passed balls ballsSeltz Seitz 2 Aker Akerb
b Umpire rmplreHnrIng Hnrlng Time of game gamel 1 hour hourand howrnnd hourmnd
and J2 2 minutes > s
NO DESIGNERS DESIGNERSFOR DESIGNERSFORCHALLENGER
FOR FORCHALLENGER FORCHALLENGEREnglish CH LLENGER LLENGEREnglish
English Firms Decline to toConstruct toConstruct toConstruct
Construct Yacht YachtEngland YachtEngland YachtEngland
England It Is Rumored May Not Com Compete Compete Cornpete ¬
pete Against America Americain
in 1905 1905GLASGOW 1905GLASGO 1905GLASGOW
GLASGOW GLASGO SeiH 8 SGeerse George I Wet Watson Wetsen Vat Vatsvn ¬
son the designer de hner has ha declined to c czi czistrmt n nslnift
slnift a challenger < < for the America Americacup Americaup merlC8l merlC8llIr
cup lIr owing U to > ill httalth William lIIlam Fife yifehas Fifehas r rhas
has also refused rer1 O to design d 8lGn a new elI ehalleng elItngr dudIengr
leng Iengr tngr r M Lyne of Glasgow Ga GOW IK willing witlingto
to t ti I undertake II the work but he h is 1 eon considered eonsitEd eonidcred ¬
sitEd idcred to be inexperienced inexperiencedSkipMr hwx IrwxerIencedI rlene rleneI
I SkipMr Sycamore of Shamrock II In Inan Inan injn
an interview today toda said Id h he believed believedEnglish
English designers cottld co kl build a winner winnerMut winnerht 1ftflQr 1ftflQri
i Mut P j t the 1 ht underwriters undrwrltrswouldnotrlskm undrwrltrswouldnotrlskmJrin would not risk ta tafirincr liirinz
firincr Jrin rinz = It against again t a trip across the At AtltJtk At1btlc 1 1iaitlc
iaitlc The 1h chances han s for a challenger Ini In InseSm
1 > 6 wem e m remote remoteALLEGED
ALLEGED TO HAVE STOLEN STOLENSHOES STOLENSHOES STOLENSHOES
SHOES FROM FROMSTORE STORE WINDOW WINDOWJerome VJINDOWJtmt WINDOWJerume
Jerome Fitzhutch a fixteenyearold fixteenyearoldT
T fRr STI gr aught la h the act of handing handingt
t j i > r rl rc pain Iar of aeeoadband t ho ho4w 4 out of ofilothing ofdoHllng
4 ilothing store tOTt window wlnd YaM a arr arrested r rented rentedIM ttd ttdJ
IM J l tveni tnnIB evening s and locked ICKk up ttthe dth tth House Houseof HoutkJf HouseJr >
of Jf Detention He IK I said to have gone goneli XOft4ot
li t Mr Kre lrft8nH wnH store is S Kouramia Kouramiarlf
rlf if Strtei aouthwgat JJOuth t in rompanjr < < Nflpa with withw withvJ Ith IthWI
w WI vJ j Jther boy 00 boys and adurinC during n tiA ruhpur ruhpuri
i Jn Jm itli < < J thrW thl thik pairs WINJ of t t tfflOf shoes hoe hoeAK > t tKIIf
AK KIIf 11 > > < drew near eiir the > window opt t whkh whichhr whkhb whkhl
hr l t t v Identic Idtlitlttpnded idChtIflteftde1I Intended to hand and andto n4 n4to Ut Uioe Uioeto
to his ompanloh Max lax Wllttam WiloernsIn nuc a elrk elrkIn f rk rkIn
In the th stor store tor < JHod 4z < d him und despite de plte ta t <
desperate dtJIfr tt Mtrurful itru I put up by b the lh lad hut hutJtld jii jiichd
held chd on to him until a policeman arrived arrivedMALCOLM IU ezriveMALCOLM rt v vMALCOLM
MALCOLM LEE ARRESTED ARRESTEDFOR ARRESTEDFOR
FOR SCORCHING AUTO AUTOBRYN AUTOBRYN
BRYN AfAWR M MtwR WR Pa Sept pt 1KeeidenV 1KeeidenVf Ine Lltesklenef ldt n
If f Bryn n afvwr have v lodged l dj d mtay milA jsn eom eomIlalntH o uui uuijaialnts
IlalntH aealnst a lnst Malcolm Le L Lee the six sixteenyearold Mixtenytlrold sixteenyeUrOld ¬
teenyearold son of G G4N Geore org rxe K Le Lee due duetu tlt thistu
tu th lht r reckless kl kh1I i manner in which whichIrQ he heIrove heIrove
Irove IrQ his automobile automobileYteterday atlltomobllYeltt automobileYesterdaY
YesterdaY Yeltt > rda ufterooon young OUftg Le 14 Let < < was waaamtated WMMarr wasrrepted
amtated arr ted and charged Chr ed with scorching toy b bout
f out Oh21er Hr r Mullen Before fort Jut Liwbf L Lvf v he hewag ht htwa >
wag wa vf rtntd ttm flS60 tt t60 60 which he h IN ptld ptldMAN P1IMAN id idMAN
MAN IS ARRESTED ARRESTEDWITH ARRESTEDWITH ARRESTEDWITHSTOLEN
WITH WITHSTOLEN STOLEN TEAM TEAMWKST TEAMWl TEAMvIST
WKST Wl ST CHESTER Pa 1 Spt XWh XWhf IWhile IWhilendta
f ndeav ndta ideavJrIii 0110 > irlr to dMpotit < H oo e > nt f a hora awl awlr aadhgg assiI
r hgg I > gS ggy > Frank Brown who vhoIte right nam namis name nnut1B
is believed to b bt OBriwi was a arr arrtttd arrtttdiere arrestedere et d duere
uere uereThe ierefhe ere erethe
The man at flrst asked US l for or th thteam tM tMteam theteam
team but heist drot dr dropped Jlped ued his price pr1c to tochis JW JWThis W WThis
This excited ful suspicion fctoii and after com communlcstlnjf communclitIng coinmunlcatiflg
munlcstlnjf with Wilmington the pollc pollcearned polkIfarntd polkearned
earned that the team had been stolen stolenfrom stolenfrom > > toltIfrom
from Ezra ErraPlorCe Pierce of Choate ChoittDl ChoittDlDR Del DelDR DelDR
DR HENRY TUCK DEAD DEADNEW DEADNJ DEADNJw
NEW NJ < W YORK S f Sept < < pt 2 JDr Dr Henry Tuck Tuckviee Tucklet Tue Tueie
viee let president of the N New w York Life In Insurance In1Iltrance Insurance ¬
surance Company dl died d todajr Wd tasthtv J at See SaaBrlRht SeltBrIght SeeBright
BrIght N J I after afttrMay a long lL mn flta Dr Drluck Drlu
luck lu k was bonn In Usantw Usantwfay rIIBWIHtt ift iftdIU
May fay 1812 184
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E R Thomas Stalwart StalwartWins StalwartWins StalwartWins
Wins Century Stakes StakesCaptures StakesCapJures StakesCaptures
Captures 20000 Prize From Drakes Ort OrtWells OrtWells OrtWells
Wells After HeartRending HeartRendiDgRace HeartRendiDgRaceThrough Race RaceThrough PaceThrough
Through the Stretch
SHEEPSHEAD BAY RACE TRACK TRACKSept TRACKSept TRACISept
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Sept J 2Stalwart Stalwart owned by E R RThomas RThomalil ItThomas
Thomas won the 2ttWO tI O Century Centur Stakes Stakesat Stak Stakesat g gat
at a mile and onehalf today tOOIi but In or order order ortier ¬
der to do so he made a new nev track rec record record record ¬
ord ordJohn
John A Drakes good threeyearold threeyearoldOrt
Ort Wells was the favorite and was wasonly wasonl wasonly
only onl beaten a nose after a drive of ofnearly ofnearly ofnearly
nearly half a mile In which first one an anthen and andthen andthen
then the other was in the lead leadTradition leadTradition leadTradition
Tradition Takes Flatbush FlatbushSydney FJatbushSdnEY FlatbushSydney
Sydney Pagets grand twoyearold twoyearoldTradition twoyearoltJTradition twoyearoldTradition
Tradition won wo the J100QO 10000 Flatbush FlatbushStakes FlatbushStak FlatbushStakes
Stakes Stak at seven furlongs easily Mall from fromtjie fromtle fromtJie
tjie tle Western estern crack Oieoau Olao u John E EMadden Eraddtu E2fadden
Madden pulled oft one of ofhis his good things thingsin hl 1 s sIn
in the second race with Waterside Yatenddewho Yatenddewhowall who whowag whowas
wag backed down from 15 to 1 to 19 to
1 Only Onl two t 0 favorites fa 0 rlt os won wonThe wonThe wonThe
The Summaries SummariesFirst SummariesFirst SummariesFirst
First race raceStelplechase Steeplechase for fouryear fouryearolds four fouryearolds r rI
I olds and upward about two und one onehalf
half miles Royelle S to 5 won Drome Dromedary Dromdllr Droniedery ¬
II dllr dary S to 5 second Amur 4 tb 1 third thirdTime thirdTime thIrdTime
Time 514 Ragged Cavalier Knight Knightof
of Harlem Sen Gull and Delivery Deliver also alsoran al80ran alsoran
ran The last named fell fellSecond foUSecond fellSecond
Second race raceAll All ages handicap six sixfurlongs sixfurlongs Ix Ixfurlongs
furlongs Waterside 10 to 1 won Lady Lad LadAmalia
Amelia 1 to 2 second Adios 20 to t 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 112 35 Divination An Ancestor Ancestor Ancestor ¬
cestor Martimas Castallan Ada Nay
Raglan and Ingold also ran ranThird ranI ranThIrd
I Third race raceThe The Flatbush Stakes for fortwoyearolds fortwo fortwoyeerolds
twoyearolds two 08rolds seven furlongs Tradi Tradition Tradition Tradition ¬
tion 1 to 2 won Olseau 12 2 to 1 second secondSt secondSt secondSt
St Bellane 6 to 1 third Time 126 126Broadcloth 12Iiit 12IiitBroadcloth Lij LijBroadcloth
Broadcloth Burnt Hills Veto and Sn Sitdria SndriB Sndna
driB also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race raceThe The Century Centur Stakes for forthreeyearolds rorthreeyearolds forthreoyearohds
threeyearolds and upward mile and a ahalf ahalC ahalf
half Stalwart 4 42 to 1 won Ort Wells
1 to 2 second Shorthose 12 to 1 third thirdTime thirdrtm thirdTime
Time rtm 2ttl5 1l15 3t 14 Major Dalng Dalngerfteld rfleld and andDelhi andDeIhl andDelhi
Delhi also ran ranFifth ranFifth ranFifth
Fifth race raceFor For twoyearolds five And xndhalf AndI anda
I a half furlongs Cairngorm 1 3Z to 1 1I
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Personal Comment on Men and andThings andThings andI
Things in the Olympic Games
I
Some facts about T J Hicks winner winnerof winnerof winnerof
of the Marathon MarathonHicks MArathonHicks MarathonHicks
Hicks has participated In six Mara Marathon Marathon Marathon ¬
thon race In the 10W Boston Marathon Marathonhe
he finished seond ond He is I twentyeight twentyeightyears tweni twentyeightyeers 8Ight 8IghtYeArs
years old ohi single and a buffer by b trade tradeHicks tradeHicks tradehicks
Hicks was born in England He HeIs is ail ailorphan anorphan artorphan
orphan He did his training In New NewBrunswick NewBrunswIck NewBrunswick
Brunswick
I I Some 9me facts about Albert Cor Corqy Corqyflnihed who whofinished
finished second secondCorey ecoridCorey 0
Corey is a Frenchman by birth and andprofessional a aprofessional
professional prore lonal strikebreaker by occupa occupation oeeupatlon oseupation ¬
tion Corey Cure was wa attracted to Chicago Chicagoby Ch Chiagoby go
by b the recent butchers strike > > It was wasexactly wasexactl
exactly exactl six weeks wtek ago that Corey Core made madehis madeIns madehis
his first appearance on Marshal Iarshal Field FieldChicago FieldChleago
Chicago and told Trainer Tr lner Mike Uk But Butler Butler Buther ¬
ler that he was wa a distance runner runner and andthat andthat
that he would like to represent the Chi Chicago Chicago Chleago ¬
cago A C in the Marathon After Afterwatching Afterwatcbln Afterwatching
watching watcbln Corey run at t a good gOCH dip for forfortyfive torrortft forfortyfive
fortyfive rortft minutes Butler told him Jie Jiewould Lkewould e ewould
would do Coreys Corey training was all alldone alldone alldone
done over ver a cinder track His HI showing showingunder showingunder ahuwingunder
under th these se circumstance elreum tance was remark remarkabte remarka remarkThe remarkahi
abte abteThe a ahi e eThe
The Marathonwas marred by two un unpleasant unphAnt unpIeitsnt ¬
pleasant features fe ture Everett Brown chair chairman chairman ¬
man of the Chicago A A committee committeeprotested committeeprotestt committeeprotested
protested protestt the victory of Hicks on the theground theground
ground that he had been paced by at atautomobile a aautomolifte
automobile containing eontalnl th the officials o lelals who whowere whoWertt whowere
were leading Director Sullivan refused refusedto refusedto
to allow the protest NOtdt and to the New Newl NewEzglander
l Ezglander i slamler ander w Went nt all the th spoils of victory victoryThe victoryThe rlctfKYThf
The starters > > in the Marathon number numbered numhered
ed eu twentynine twent nlfte but only onl f fourteen Hir ea fin finished URl haisbed ¬
l ished ishedIt isbedIt bed bedIt
It must W bt stated that the thewerko thewerkolisndhstpper work of ofHandioapp oCH
H Handioapp ndlc pJMllr r Bland who 00 awarded the thetandtkps ththendhaps
tandtkps wa w waa vaRiaiikableV In the run running nUInlng rustfling ¬
fling high jump Barker of Iowa 1f with withhis withI withhis
I his handicap took first honors by half halfin haIr1n
in Inch Gonzsky Gon k of Hungary and andFreyanark andFrtrYmark andFrernrk
Freyanark of St Louis with their theirhandicap tb theirsandie > lr lrhandleall
handicap sandie tied at I feet J inches Intht this thistrcond tb thesecond
second medal going t ti the Hungarian Hungarianwho Hunlatrlanwho Jiungerlunwho I
who had the Hmalle smallest malli t handicap hanJlca Jones Jonesof Jon Jonof Jone Joneof
of New York Athletic Club the scratch scratchman scratchman scratchman
man cleared Ie red S fe feet t b iflit t tl t Jut touched touchedthe touchedthe tonehedthe
the bur with hit ht his elbow at C feet r set setinches tt ttInchts 2 2inches
inches In the pole vault a1t Sams S mfle of In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana rnlvrs4ty nlverHIt the Olympic OII plp intercol intercollegiate mHm ksteraolhegtate ol ollgtate ¬
legiate champion was gIn 1 Inch Inchhandicap InchhaMlIeMII Inchhandicap
handicap over McUanahan e ban of Yale YI the theworld thtvorld theworlds
world worlds record holder and cleared Iear 11 11fe 11feet
I fe feet t I inches In hes actually etu lly making his total totalvault tot totalvault l lnuft
vault nuft 11 fett f te4 l 1 Inches Inth Waller WKltt ralter > r K Dray Drayof Dra Draor Drayof
of Oxford School S < < oitOOl Chicago with a ahandlenp athaJtdhtlp ahapdieep
handlenp of 10 inch Inches took second 2 COnrl place placeclmrimr plACElt placetIqiirni
clmrimr lt rtltt with M WM tonrfiaap twll 11 f fst t 10 10Inches 1 1Ineht8 10inches
Inches taking second d prize prtz Owing to tohi tohili tohis
hi his having a bigger han haucp lte p than thanSams thana thassftfle
Sams a ftfle Claude Allen of the t Greater GreaterNew Great reeter reeterNew r rew
New ew York Jrisrt Athletic Athl tJe club hub wa wathird wathird was wasthird
third with a total vault ault of 11 feet 9 9I 9tnchtt 9inches
I inch inchThe inches tnchttThe inchesThe >
The honors Oft < MI th the third day were wereInternational wereInt wereIn
International Int In rnatlonal honors wnorsAmerlea America Mv Mvfir Olve Olveflrt v vftr
fir flrt > > t Grt Greece ce t on one first firstClub ftrstIub lirattub
Club tub honor hunorNew New York A t C two twoflrjtu twoIIrdt twoflrrts
flrjtu IIrdt > > Milwaukee Mllyltuk t one first Chicago A AA AA AA
A on ont firm PanHellenic J > > anH II nJc Gymnastic aYJltfta GymnasticClub tk tkClub
Club one flr liret lireteast rlllt rllltEaaat t tBast
Bast two firsts ttra Vest eat two Ar ftnt lirsta lirstaticorgantos U UGeorganton i iGe
Georganton Ge anto a Greek Gr lk of wide Ide reputa repututkm reputation reputalion
lion wait entered nt red In I the shot not put In InGreece InGr inGreose
Greece Gr they the throw thro rather than put th thshot thhot the theshot
shot hot which Is I not allowed by h the Amer American Amerlean m r rlean ¬
lean rule rules Ills flrst two effort were weredtmiuaJUted wer werc1hHeUftMH were4h14UKJUed
dtmiuaJUted for this rtxtayn and he re refu r rtUtloote refsiedte
fu tUtloote tMit make the third He was In fair fairly fAirly ¬
ly goOd ge form fort and Kot th the shot > > hut ot 41 4 I reel reelby rootby eet eetby
by hi h his peculiar ullar style styleThe styleThe tTI tTITh
The Th shot eh t with IUt which R Rose e set et a new newworklu newrld newworWs
worklu rld JI mark of 4t fet teL t 7 inches lneh vms vmstwo w wI yaatwo
two t 0 ounces overweight overweightHengenson overweightI overweightFlongefl
I
I Hengenson Flongefl ° fl Cartmell and Moulton inthe Inthe in hithe
the JWMnet 3imeter tn8er r race were each eh penalize penalizetwo peluthizeatwo naUztN1 naUztN1two
two yards ard for fate false marts whit while hahn Hahiiwho Hath Hathwho hahnwho
who won In SI t 1i and nd Ht M t a new newOlympic newOlympic newOlympic
Olympic record kept his nerve am amdid lintI sn sndid
I did not make the break This was wa H Hh atuth itiswlp
tuth h ll > to him hi lila In more way wa then UItI one a t it ittended Ittended Ittended
tended to discourage 4icourgetie the oth oilier r men menOn menOne nenOn
On One of the th best races riiceoc of the meet meetthat was wasthat weathat
that of Cartnittli in the le 100 K > meter He Hewas Hewas
was 8 punalisod two yards ard and ad wa WI4i badly lJatJl lJatJlItt
Itt on the start being 1Iln five ftv yards be behind be1a1 behInd ¬
1a1 hind but h he gamely Kam eJ pulled tJ1I4 d up and aft d dn dnIIII listigIiQpd n
IIII igIiQpd l rWJ > jrfjhri jr thratards taIId BQguij BQguijand JJlog n nan
an and 3oultrn ulIjn bot11 botliblOW f vIi when they
won Councilman 6 to 5 second Bluch Bluchcr
tr 6 to 1 third Time 106451 106 4fe Princes PrincesErls PrlncesErlco PrincessErh
Erls > Agile A lIe Dazzle Saulsbury Cotillon CotillonCharleys Co CotliionChancys tI lion lionCharleys
Charleys Aunt and Amberjack AmberjB k also ran ranSixth ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth race raceFor For threeyearolds and andupward andu anduard
upward u ward selling mile and sixteenth on onturf onturf ottturf
turf Wild Vlld Thyme S < to 1 won Leader Leaderi
7 to 5 second Gray Gra Friar 4 to 1 ihlrd ihlrdTime hldTlmp hirlTime
Time 147 1 4 Brooklynlte Ed TIerney TIerneyHydrangea Tlerne TlerneHydrangea TierneyHydrangea
Hydrangea Sheriff Bell Stonewall Ston wall and andPennant andennant andPennant
Pennant > ennant also al o ran ranEntries ranEntries ranEntries
Entries for or Tomorrow TomorrowFirst TomorrowI TornorzowFirst
I First race raceSteeplechase Steeplechase short course courseEast courseI courseEast
I East K 1 1iaton < < lHton 161 Captivator 160 I Sir SirVorhles SirVorhies SirVorhies
Vorhies H 143 Snuff 140 14 Swamplands
148 Melslna 148 Georgia Geor la Pine 14 141 Good Goodand Goodand Goodand
and Plenty Pleut 167s 16 157 Rightful 143 143Second 143S 4 4Second
Second S ond race race1woyearolds Twoyearolds live and andonehalf andI andonehalf
I onehalf furlongs Merry Lark 107 107Rosemary 10R08Cmar 10 l0Rosemary
Rosemary R08Cmar Kane 100 Jerry C 106 lO HHde HHdebrand Hlldebrond 1Iildobrand
brand 1W Il Electrical 90 Travers 104 104Gilpln 1HGilpin 104Gilpin
Gilpin 102 Charleys Aunt 97 Loretta
97 9 Fra Flllipo 97 Brush Tp 94 Bisque lsquf
94 Blue Bird 98 Star Lily LU 100 Work Workman Yorkman Vorkman ¬
man 102 1O Annie Russell 94 l1 Delcanta
110 Supreme Court 100 Rosebourne He > sebouru
110 Highborn 99 Fireball 97 97onehalf 97Thlr 97Third
Thlr Third raceThe Sa Sajphlre phlre five and andonehair andonehalf
onehalf furlongs Woodsaw V I oodsaw 138 1 Be Bedouin Bedouin ¬
douin 116 Hearts Desire 116 1l Agile AgH
118 Ascot Belle 105 Slglight St lIght 128 128Fourth USFourth 128Fourth
Fourth race raceOcean Ocean Handicap one onemile onemllf onemIle
mile AlanaDale 120 1 New York 90 90McCheaney 00McChesne 90McChseaney
McCheaney 12 126 Dolly Spanker 116 116Hamburg 116i 110Hamburg
i Hamburg Belle 117 11 Ormondes Right
100 Hurst Pnrk 117 11 Bad News 114 114Colonial U4ColonlKI 114Colonial
Colonial Girl Ill 11 Dainty 110 High HighChancellor HighChancellor IlighChancellor
Chancellor Gray Friar 100 MineolH Mln < Oln Oln9i
97 Lady Lad Prudence M o Adios S7 Col Collector Collector Ccllector ¬
lector Jessup 108 108Fifth lOii l0 l0Fifth
i Fifth race raceSb Six and onehalf furlongs furlongsPelham furlongsMAjor furlongsMajor
MAjor Pelham 114 Foxy Kane 113 113Counterpoise 113CounterpolKe 113Counterpoise
Counterpoise 120 Martinmas 110 Roe Roehampton RoeI Roehampton
I hampton V3 113 Stevedore 110 Gravinn Gravinnpliis
114 Merry PIoneer 126 Arsenal Mom Memphis Momphis
phis 110 rot San Naughty Lady LadyDapple LKd LKdDapJle LadyDapile
Dapple Gold 10S Funny Side Liberia Liberiai
96 i Stolen Moments lOG Auditor AuditorSixth 102 102Sixth l0 l0Sixth
Sixth race mc raceOne > One ne and onehalf miles on onturf onturt onturf
turf Africander 127 Shorthose 116 116Outcome 116Outcome 116Outcome
Outcome 108 l Sheriff Bell 107 10 Palm PalmBearer PKlmBettrer PalmBearer
Bearer 1M Keynote 102 10 Garnish arnish 100 100Lady 100Lad 100Lady
Lady Lad Potentate ts S Brigand 93
had been bet > n passed by b Cartmell and greatly greatlydisappointed greatlytheir reatIy reatIydisappointed
disappointed their friends who thought thoughtthey thoughtthey
they had more mor stamina staminaIt
It was gratifying to the spectators and andthe andtht andthe I
the management to have at least one onechampionship on onchaInPlonshlp onichampIonship
championship go to Greece It was that thatof thator thaiof
of Kakousfe In a the bar bell belloontest belloontestwhen contest contestwhen contestwhen
when he lifted 216 pounds and broke the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds record recordOtto r recordOtto rd rdOtto
Otto Osthoff of Milwaukee second in inthe InLhe iiitile
the barbell contest withdrew at ISC ISCpduitds lSGJf 1S 1Ssmuidg
pduitds Jf utd to save his strength f fOr r the
dumbbell contests He HeHw saw that he had hadno badno hadno
no earthly 68rthl chance with the mighty might
Greek GreekEwry GreekEwr GreekEwry
Ewry Ewr really wen the standing high higtump
jump J ump with 4 feet 11 inches bur kept kepton kepton kepion
on jumping until he got up to 5 feet feetnches 3
Inches i In an effort to break the worlds worldsrecord worldsrecord worldirecord
record of 6 feet V h Inches made by b him himself hlms hImself ¬
self s C at Buffalo In 1901 He was not feel feelng
Ing i ng well and did not succeed succeedIn succeedIn succeedIn
In the International tugofwar the
Boer team omposed of Boers from the
Ber B er er exhibit and the PanHellenic team teamcomposed teenCOfllpOsed
composed On1p 011OO of f Greeks were both beaten
hi th the first flr t trials The beerfed Ger ¬
mans of Milwaukee were too much for
the Boers DOt > rs and their brethren of St
Louis put It on the Greeks Gr eks The New Nework Ne
York ork team which showed up best In it I
the trials was composed compos < of athletes
while the other was composed of gym
nifats and the athletes proved the best
men although not trained to the work
On the team were Sam Jones the high
Jumper Jim Mitchell lIt hell the weight man
Feuerbach th the weight thrower and anc I
Charley Charlt Dlege and C Chadwlck Thy P Pwere
were beaten beat n on Thursday Thur3tda by b the Mlf MIl Mi
waukeans waukeansAlexander waukeensAlexander aukeansAltxander
Alexander Grant was vas the scratch man I
In i n the ml mUIt
run handicap but did not soi L
appear and Mumwi of New ew York was wasard wa S
virtually lrtuaI1 a1 Mr scratch teh man with fifteen fifteenDaly S
yertlrn yertlrnDelys ard ar
I
Daly DMlyswln Delys win of the mile handicap was S
Impressive I a as u he Is entered In the
1600meter 1 championship By
a splen ¬
did st spurt urt in the last forty yards he ht
won on by b three yards after he had h ha d
ceased < M8ed to be 11 considered Con k1er d a factor Mun
son of New York WitS second and hut liii i
tight for the place with wit Deer the In ¬
dian t from Montreal was sensational
The white man beat the red man by b
only half h U It a yard yardWorlds yardWorhsls ard ardVorltl
Worlds Vorltl fairs airs are good ood places for to r
Olympic games because beClt utle or the th c t1 > i > > e C
with which It is possible IJOM lble to get for ¬
eign athletes to take In the fair and the tb C
events t > at a atthe t the same it time timeS but bu t It Is prob ¬
able that more people p ople would attend if
the games were h dd ld In New ew York or o r
Philadelphia I > The Th crowd yesterday e tprday was wo 5
estimated U ma ted at 3000 300 which wa was not es ¬
pecially pl < IKlIy good under the th circumstances circumstancesFlanagans clrcumMtanceFlan I IFanganc
Flanagans Flan K ns poor toOl or showing in tho t11 t11pouted W
pouted weight wt > lght contest IH hard to explain I
He is certainly In form but threw threwsome threwBOme thre V Vsome
some three feet below his Worlds orI orlds < 111 rec ¬
ord and WM WI WMs beaten lIet In an event in i l
which he was considered
without a peer peerJ IteelJ poetJ
J S Mitchell of New N York was also I
Ie wonderful dlnappolntment dlllQPlolntm nt In the ttto K t
pound weight He M the th holder of three thr
records r ord with that weight wel ht the th last one on ne
with the Irish style IItI one hand unlimit uuUmltfold ¬
ed run and follow In that he ht > set a
mark of 38 feet eat 5 Indies IIlCh H in 1908 Yester Y tlr ¬
day Mitchell was W 8 third In the cham ¬
pionship plon hllJ one inch irctiIsiIsind behind Flanagan FlanaganThe FlanagallThe FlessagaisFlse
The third thl d man in tiiu 55pound weight veIgti t
handicap wan L I Ileyden of the Us C
Maryland Athletic flub Iub luh of Baltimore I
who 1 111 well w 1I known to many Washing ahlng
ton athletes Hoyden put tho weight 26
feet 11 Inches He
was allow allowed a fJ
handicap handiest of r 10 feet
and
that gave uve him himu lilt n nU
u place placeDOCTORS vIMc vIMcDOCTORS placeDOCTORS
DOCTORS ACID BOTTLE BOTTLEFRIGHTENED BOTTLEFRIGHTENED BOTTLEFRIGHTENED
FRIGHTENED SERENADES SERENADESNKW SERENADERNEW
NEW BRUNSWICK Re SIK Pa Sept SRe SReseiitiMg 3RcStIIUnlf
seiitiMg the t he attempt It of j
a pnrty Jart of More ore I Inaders Inadent
naders to cover OtI his newly new wedilud wediludwife Weihiltteife I Iwlrt
wife and himself with confetti anti rice net
Dr Frank Harris of Trenton drew a
bonk of acid clii from his Pocket and an ii
threatened to sprinkle the th crowd with ltd It
content contentTlir contenlJlrIH contentsVise
Vise rIH Jwrennders k nndel1l left their stock tock of rice tic 0
confetti intact IntactI6MaryJand
16 I6MaryJand Maryland Day DayC C 0 Ry RyAccount RyCfount RyAccount
Account Cfount Maryland Day Da at the Expo Exposition I Iittoii ¬
sition 11Ion Monday Mondti 8 Buptemll September ntember r IS 1 the Chosa Chosap CIUHlPteAlu I Ipeahie
p PteAlu ake and Ohio will run u Vorlds orldH Kalr Kalrcoach Ilulrcoach Fiti Ir Ircoach
coach excursion from from Washington Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday September 10 at 2 230 IO p In Solid Solidvestibule SolidvHtlbul SoIl d dvestibule
vestibule train through to St Louis with without without siti 5 5out ¬
out change Only Onl on one night out Mug 4a c
niHtant nltIea l mountain river and otuion otuionscenery otUlonCtn1 taxat 0 0scenery
scenery Ctn1 J1 Highclass service
EXDISTRICT MAN MANWINS AN ANWINS
WINS AT SEA GIRT GIRTDr
Dr George E Cook Takes TakesWimbledon TakesVimbledon TakesWimbledon
Wimbledon Cup CupWEATHER CupWEATHER CupWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS BAD BADDeceptive BADDeceptive
Deceptive Wind and Constantly Vary Varying Varying ¬
ing Light Caused Small SmallScores SmallScorcs SmallScores
Scores ScoresSEA ScorcsSEA
SEA GIRT Sept 3 3A A former mem member member ¬
ber of the ths District of Columbia National NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard but how a member of the Man Manhattan Ia1 Ia1hKttlln ¬
hattan Rifle and Revolver Association AssociationDr A eoelAtlon eoelAtlonDr
Dr George E 1 Cook of Sandy Sand Brook BrookInd BrookInl1
Ind this thl afternoon won the Wimble Wimbledon Vlmbiedon ¬
don Cup Match IKtch against a nltlllt nlxtyelght com competitors ClmJtltor cornpetitors ¬
petitors by b a score of SS SSConsidering 85I
Considering the extremely adverse con conditions tondltlons ¬
I ditions under which the match was shot shothis shothili shothI
his hI score Is fine It Is three points be below below ¬
low that of Car Calt W M Richard of ofOhio otOhio
Ohio last years cars winner but todays todaysbattle tIiYSbattle
battle for the SoOO i500 cup was In a decep ¬
tive wind and light that constantly constantlyvaried conetKntlyvaried
varied and It ended In a rainstorm An
l I hour before the match ended a drizzle drizzleset dli le leset
tact set in inNew InNew
New Jersey Man Second SecondDr SecondDr
Dr Cook finished early carl Second hon honors touors ¬
ors went to Leut L ut W V r A Towes First FirstNew FlnltNew FirstNew
New Jersey S and third to Capt W WA WA V VA
A Martin Second New Jersey Jerse Capt CaptS taptS apt aptS
S B Winder Ohio and Harry Harr M 1 Pope PopeMassachusetts PopeMR
Massachusetts MR achusetts wljh wl h 83 each eachThree each1hrce
Three stopped at 81 Lieut K K V
Casey CaIt Soventyflrst Seventy rst New York and J
E Murray Murra and Lieut C S Benedict
Ohio OnloThe OhioThe
The other District Dl trict of Columbia scores
were Maj Iilj G B Young Youn 73 3 Lieut W Wn V
w v S00800 Cookson 70 0 Private S B Wether WetherThe Wetherall Vethelan
an n 114 114Jhe
The Maryland larlan scores were Sergt J
E Glran Glr m 05 t Sorgt W W V Brown 62
Corp L B It Beach SS Maj Iaj S J Fort 52 52Marine ft ftMarine 5Marine
Marine Corps Scores ScoresThe ScoresThe cores coresThe
The Marine Corps scores were Gen General General ¬
eral Burkhardt 68 0 Sergeant Major
Hayes 08 LleuL G Bishop 67 Private
Cope 67 Sergeant Howard 68 Sergeant Sergeantetcham
Ketoham etcham 6 tiS Corporal Shrher 63 Ser Sergeant Sergeant 5crscant ¬
geant Baptiste 6T 6 Sergeant Maybe hibc 54
Private Markee Iarkee 4 46 Sergeant Lons
dale IS ISThe 16The ICThe
The allcomers squadded revolver
match was won by Lieut R H Sayre I
Squadron A New York at 130 with Col Coli Ce I
Thomas Anderson lIati8Uchusetts 15
i C t J F Armstrong 124 Maj S J Fort
Maryland 122 Maj G B Youmr Dis Disniet ¬
trict t niet of Columbia 121 Lieut W V W
C9okson C Cookson District > tn t xof of frl Columbia Umbla 89 iB iBNELSONHERRERA 9
There r were 140 etries etriesTakes etriesNELSONHERRERA
NELSONHERRERA NELSONHERRERANEXT
NEXT BIG FIGHT FIGHTTakes FIGHTTakes
Takes Place at Butte Mont MontTomorrow MontTomolrov
Tomorrow TomorrowBoth
Both Men Are Fierce Mixers and Each EachHas EachHas EachHas L
Has the AllNecessary AllNecessaryPunch AllNecessaryPunch J JPunch
Punch PunchAt PunchAt PunchAt
At Butte Butt Mont on Monday Ionda what whatshould whatshould whalshould
should prove prove one of the best fights In Inthe Inthe I Ithe
the history hlstor of pugilism Is scheduled > > to totake totake I Itake
take place Aureulia Herrera and Bat Battling Battling Bitttling ¬
tling Nelson jI80n will Ill be the principals Nels Nelsson Nel Nelson C Cis
son Is the man who recently recentl put Eddie Eddl EddlHanlon
Hanlon away awa and with lth whom Al Her Herford Hertord Herford
ford Is after a match for Kid Sullivan Sullivanthe Sullivanthe Sullivanthe
the Washington Vashln = ton boy boyUnusual bo boUnusual boyUnuauai
Unusual Interest Is taken In this fight fightthroughout fightthroughout fightthroughout
throughout the country countr and In Wash Washington Washington VasbIngton ¬
ington In n particular as local admirers admirersof
of Sullivan want to see what chance the theKid theKid theKid
Kid would have with Nolson This tight flghtwill tightm lightwill
will m give them them the opportunity In that thatNelson thatNelson thatNelsen
Nelson Is a fighter of the same order orderas orderas orderas
as Sullivan who while not as clever cleveras clevcras cleveras
as some of the little fellows is a terrific terrificmixer terrl terrificmixer c cmixer
mixer and has a punch that will bring
him the money mone when It lands landsMany landsMany landsMany
Many Pick Herrera HerreraDespite HerreraDesllte HenreraDespite
Despite the fact that Nelson is touted toutedIn toutedIn toutedIn
In the Vest as the coming champion championthere chamvlonthere championthere
there are many man sporting men who pick pickMerrera pickUerrera picklerrera
Merrera to give the battling one bin hiaquietus hl hlfluletus binquietus
quietus because they the say 86 Nelson Is Ismade Ismade inmade
made to order for him Herrera has lost lostto lostto lostto
to little men who had a clever left feftfor feftforInlltsnce loftforinstance for forInstance
Instance Abe Attel Kid Goodman GoodmanCharlie GoodmanCharlie GoodmanCharlie
Charlie Neury Near and others uthersbut but the Mex Mexican Mexheats ¬
jean has won when he stacked up upagainst upagainst upagainst
against men like Kid Broad Benny Benn Yan Yanger YanI Yanger
I ger and Louie Long who carried carrl the thefight thetight
i fight to him In Nelson tlISO n he will face flic just justsuch justsuch I
I such a fighter and one who was wa fast fastenough tailtI fastenough
I enough to make Eddie Edlll BunIon quit quitShould quiti quitShould
i Should the proposed match between betweenNelson betweeni betweenNelson
i Nelson N lson and Sullivan come to a head It ItIs itis
Is likely IIkcl that the Washington boys ad admirers adI admirers ¬
I mirers will see a greatly improved pugi pugilist JUgll1st pugilist ¬
list when he next steps Into the squar squared squarld squared ¬
ed circle He will have the th advtantage advtantageof
of u thorough training at the hands of ofJoe oCJoe ofJoe
Joe Gans one of the cleverest cleven st boys and andbest antlbest studbest
best ring generals who ever threw up uphis ul ulhis upisis
his dukes Despite his lack of 0 inside insideknowledge Inlfldeknowledge Insideknowledge
knowledge of the game and of the theproper thepropttr theproper
proper way to deliver his punches Sul Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan ¬
livan haw rapidly rapid forged to the th front by
beating Joe Bernstein Joe Tipman ana anaTommy and andTommy andTommy
Tommy Daly Dal and drawing with Eddie EddieHanlon EllIleHanlon EddieIlanlon
Hanlon Many lan who saw Oft V his last fight fightwith fightwith tIghtwith
with Hanlon think that the Kid would wouldhave woulahae wouluhave
have won hud the mill been for t r twenty twentyrounds twent twentrounds twentyrounds
rounds Instead lIuitt > ad of ten tenSullivans tonSuJlivans tenSullivans
Sullivans Chance ChanceWith ChanceIth ChanceWith
With Ith the training and coaching he will willgot willrot willget
got from Cans with whom he Is train training tntInillg traintug ¬
tug for the negros battle on the Coast Coastwith Coo Coastwith t twith
with Jimmy Gardner on September 30 30would 30ould
Ve ° would ould probably be lj favorite over llaii llaiilon ITanIon
lon should the th two meet again H ln Sport Sporting SJortIn Sporting ¬
ing In men who have seen Sullivan perform performwiy perrormtIt performthis
wiy tIt this gives gfC i him n chance eha nce with Nel Nelson r Nelwise = el ¬
son who did not have saso H decided advan advantage adutae alvantage ¬
tage over Hanlon until the twelfth twelfthround twelfthrouud twelfthround
round roundKven rouudFn roundEvi
Kven Fn should Sullivan Sulll < < 11 be ht defeated bv bva h ha bya
a man of the caliber of Nelson It wlf wlfdo win windo vil vildo
do hiM reputation but little IIttl harm a abefore nit nitbefor8 asbefore
before he h was taken In charge of by byAl byAl byAl
Al llvrford H rrfJrd he h was not rapidly enough enoughpuuhod enoughJHJllhod enoughpsishod
puuhod to the front True Sum Sam Solo Soloman SoloUltin SoloIsis
man his hi former inuiiHger WMH discreet discreetIn lisereetits
In his als matchmaking IIHtlChmaldn and did all he hecould h hcould liecould
could for or Sullivan but theru wa W sas f4 no noone 110cn nocite
one cn to give Ive him that moat essential otwentlnltraining UHdentlnlI essentialtrsttnhtg
I training boxing with u l man of the cull cullbar cullbtfr ealiber
bar of Guns u man who la h a better betterfighter bettori betterlighter
i fighter hu 1ItUlI more ttx experience xuorlonee rlttncQ und to It u umore umore
I more clever cl Qr boxer than his pupil vupllo
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Georgetown GeorgetownField Field MeetOffers Meet MeetOffers MeetOffers
Offers Many Features FeaturesCrack FeaturesCrack FeaturesCrack
Crack Colegev Runners and Relay Teams TeamsFrom TeamsFrom TeamsFrom
< From Baseball Organizations OrganizationsAre
Are Entered
UH
The open outdoor Held and track meet meetfor meetfor meetor
for f or the th benefit of the Georgetown boat boathouse boathouse boatouse
house h ouse site sit fund will be held tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowaftcrnoon tomorrowfternoon
afternoon a an at Georgetown Field begin beginning btglnnln beginine ¬
ning nln n ine at 210 3 m mThe mThe mThe
The decision d ktlon of the Corporation Coun Counsel Counsel Counel ¬
sel s el that the varsity vanil l COat > o t house occupied occupiedpublic occupiedpUb1le occupiedublic
sp
ss public p ublic property proJert at the foot of Thirty Thirtysecond Thlrt ThlrtlIecond Thirtyecond
second s Street compelled the Blue and andGray andGrR3 antIray
Gray G ray rowing r < wlng association to demolish the thestructure thestructure thetructure
structure s and as a result the boat club clubis dubIs clubs
is i s without ithout a home A friend has offered offeredto otrerEd otrerEdto
to t o provide th the university with a a house houseon houson housen
on o n condition that the th ground o which whichto whlchto whichO
to t O build is purchased IlIreh sed It was to raise raisemoney ralscmone raismoney
money mone for or thin fund that Dlreotorr DlreotorrOShen DlrcCtQrpOShlK DirectorPShea
OShen O Shea and ReiHy Retl1 decided to hold an anoutdoor auoutdoor anutdoor
outdoor o met metIn JeIn Je zneIn
In conjunction with lth the field and track tracktourney tracktourney trackourney
tourney tourney t ourney there will be an Interleague Interleaguegame Intprleaguegame interleagueame
game g ame between St Stephens Institute Instituteand InstituteRnd
and a nd Fourth Presbyterians the winners winnersof Inncr Inncrot
of o f the pennants D offered by the Capital CapitalCity CalltitlCft Capitdiity
City Cft C ity and Church Leagues respectively respectivelyEver re8pect1v respectIvelyEver b bEver
Ever since the formation of the Capital CapitalCity CapitalCity
City League which Is the younger of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he organizations bt baseball eball enthusiasts enthusiastsof
to
of o f this city have been awaiting1 walt1ngn a game gamebetween gam gambetween gameetween < >
between b the clubs of the two leagues In Inorder Inorder inrder
order o rder to decide which is I the stronger strongerTwo stronJtrTwo
Two Good Teams TeamsIn TeamsIn TeamsIn
In the Sunday school race Fourth had hadno hado
no n o trouble In landing la IahdIn tdln the trophy but In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he city league St Stephens was just justsfolo justKble justttic
sfolo a ttic to beat be t out Turner Athletics after aftera afterpretty
a pretty fight Neither Captain King Kingnor Kingnor Kingor
nor n or Captain Moriarty has as yet decided decidedupon decidedupon decidedpon
upon u pon what pitcher he will m use in the all allImportant allImportant allmportant
Important i contest In Lowe Buscher Buscherand Buscherand Buachernd
and a nd Kidwell the West Enders have a atrio atrio ario
trio t rio of strong slab artists arU ts while hUe Donald Donaldson Donaldson Donaldon ¬
son s on and Red Wahler are the standbys standbysof standbsot
of o f the Presbyterians Moffatt ottatt Bradley Bradleywill Bradleywill Bradleywill
will be behind the bat for Fourth while whileGraves whileGracs whileGraves
Graves will do the receiving for the theInstitute theInstitute thenstitute
Institute InstituteThere InstituteThere I nstituteThere
There will be two umpires for the thegame thegameHandlboeo theamoIlandlboeof
game gameHandlboeo g HsndlboeQf the City C1t League Mgue and andColllflower andColli andCoIhiflower
Colllflower Colli ower of the Sunday School SchoolLeague SchoolLeague SchoolLeague
League The handsome hand ome trophy cup to tobe tobe toe
be b e presented prosentedto to the winners by R Harris HarrisCo HarrisCo HarrisCo
Co will be one of the most m t coveted covetedprizes coetedprizes covetedprizes
prizes offered to athletics In this thl city cityIn cityIn cityn
In i n years yearsThe yearsThe ears earsThe
The Wg feature of the track meet will willbe willbe willbe
be the relay race between the Maryland MarylandAthletic MarylandAthletic Iarland IarlandAthletIc
Athletic Club and an allWashington allWashingtonfour allashlngtonour
four f our running under und r the colors of the theGonzaga theGonzaga theConzaga
Gonzaga Club The Baltimoreans have haveone haveone haveone
one of the th fastest club fours In the thecountry thecountry theCountry
country and a victory over their team teamwill teamwill teamwill
will bo no little achievement The TheGonzaga ThaGonzaga TheGonzaga
Gonzaga quartet will probably be Lo Lorendo Lorondo Loendo
rondo r endo and Edmonston Fischer and andRobey andRobe andItobey
Robey RobeyFour Robe RobeFour ItobeyFour
Four From Capital City CityThere CityThere CityThere
There will be four relay teams In the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital City race The Carroll Institute Institute Insti inatitute ¬
tute entry is Lucas Crowley Cullen Cullenand Cunernand CulIlnand
and Lanahan St Stephens Step1tons Institute Institutewill Institutewill Institutewill
will be represented by b Fitzgerald How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard ROBS and Brawny Drewr Gonzagas teamIn teamIn team teenn
In i n this race will not be the same that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will be pitted against Maryland aryland Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club but will be made up of Connelly ConnellyLorendo ConnellYLorendo ConneUyLorendo
Lorendo Fischer and Brown In the theNational theNatIonal theNational
National Guard race the Urell Rifles anI anlthe anIthe anihe
the t he Capron Cadets will enter teams The TheUralls TheUrQlls TheIJrls
Uralls will be Bateman Gill Laughlin Laughlinand Laughlinand Laughlinand
and Graham while the Capron men menwho menwho menwho
who win compete have not yet et been beenfinally beennflty beenhhisly
finally nflty selected selectedIn selectedIn selectedIn
In the Intermediate relay race the theDuponts theDuponts theDuponts
Duponts will be classed agalsat agal 8t the In Independents Indevendents Independents ¬
dependents The Dupont four Is Rose Rosemond Rosemond Rosemond
mond Royce Ro ce Wallace allace and Johnson JohnsonThe JohnsonThe JohnsonThe
The most prominent of the Individual Individualathletes Individualathletes individualathletes
athletes entered is Joe Hill the Ameri American American Anienican ¬
can champion hurdler and one of the thebest theblSt thebest
best broad jumpers in the country countr He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will probably be the scratch man in the thebroad thebro thebroad
broad bro d jump and In the relays will vili run runthird runthird runthird
third on the Maryland Athletic Club ClubRandall ClubRandall ClubRandall
Randall of the Baltimore Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club and Rellly of Georgetown the
ST LOUIS Mo o Sept 3 3The The final finalseries finalseries 1 1series
at the theStadium theStadium I IStndlum
series of Olympic contests began
Stadium this afternoon before some
10000 spectators under a flawless sky skyA sk skA skyA
A A strong west breeze kept the air cool cooland cooland cooland
and the th close heat ht > ltt of Thursday Thursda was wasnoticeably wasnoticeably wasnoticeably
noticeably absent b ent The Held and track truckmen trackmen trackmen
men were In perfect condition and andeverything andeyerthlng andeverythIng
everything was favorable for firstclaw firstclawathletics firstclassathl firstchaseathletics
athletics athl tlc
Disqualified for or Life LifeFred L LifeFred e eFred
Fred Lorg of the Mohawk Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club of New N w York who finished first firstin firstIn firstin
in the Marathon race last Tuesday Tuesdayafter Tuesdayafter 1uosdayafter
after he had ridden three miles in an anautomobile anautomobile anautomobile
automobile has been disqualified for life lifeto tireto lifeto
to enter any U71 amateur athletics athleticsJames athleticsJametl athleticsJames
James D Lightbody of the Chicago ChicagoClub ChicagoClub ChicagoClub
Club who broke an Olympic record In Inthe Inthe inthe
the 800meter run Thursday was suc successful succful suecesaful ¬
cessful In smashing the Olympic record recordIn recordIn recordits
In the 1500meter run this afternon afternonHe atternonHe afternonlie
He made inad the distance in 40546 4O 1 which whichte
te I 15 second > > e < Ond better than the previous previousrecord prfwlourecord previousrecord
record
Summaries Summaries440yard SummariesHOYRr Summaries440yard
440yard handicap handlcapVon Won by b Frank O ODarcy ODarc 0Darcy
Darcy Darc Flnlay Flnla Mich 12 yards ards second secondGeorge S6eOnftGcorst secondGeorge
George Underwood New I W York A C CorHUh ClKrah Cscratch
scratch lKrah h third J 3 B Puck Montreal 6 6yardto 6alllH 6ystrda
yardto alllH Time 50 45 45lSOOmeter 441500meter 15IWOmtter
lSOOmeter run runon Won by James ameIt D DLightbody DLlghtbod BLighstbo4iy
Lightbody Llghtbod Chicago A C second secondVerner W WK Vi ViP
K Verner erner Chicago A C third J Yo 15 K KHtrn Ellseirn
1 learn Chicago A C Time lute 40626 40626100meter 400 2 2100m 25 25150meter
100meter 100m > ter run runon runWon Won by b Archie Hahn llahnMilwaukee HahnMlhvaukte BahuMilwaukee
Milwaukee A C1 second W Yo J I Curt Curtm tltrtuwl CartstittI
m uwl l Louisville Y 1 11 C A third U 11 IIHHITI 11Ihun 1111t
011 HHITI 11t Hogoitson Hog n on Chicago A A Time limeIhrowlng
Throwing discus Won on by M 1 J Sher Sheridan SherIdan Sheridun ¬
idan G N 0 Y I A A 133 1 feet 10H 10Hinches 10tiInche 10114inches
inches second Ralph W V Hose nH f Chicago ChicMKoA
A C C 12 1f11 ftt 10 inch incline its third Nicolas NicolasP
P Georgtontog At Athe Atisia hewn M Greece Gree 125 I feet feet7V4 tlt tltj
7V4 j Inches Inches110meter Ind1t111l0mHter inchesllOineter
110meter hurdle race lMceYon Won by 11 Fred FredW FredSchu81e FredV
W V Suhuele Mllwauk Milwaukee s A 1 C Tad TadShldeler TadSisitleler tadShideler
Shldeler Chicago A A second L 1 Ash Aslihurnur Ashhurn Ashbunter
bunter hurn r Ithaca N Y V third Time TimePole rlm 811 811Pol 010Pole
Pole Pol vault vuulton Won on by Charles Dorvak DorvakChicago DornkChloag DorakChicago
Chicago A 4 A 11 feet I inches Inch Leroy Lero LeroSarns
Sarns Samse indiana University second stt ond 11 11o
o t
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In 220Yard 20 a Dash a at Georgetown GeorgetownGames Georgeto GeorgetoGames GeorgetownGames
Games Gamesworlds GamesI Gamesworlds Gamesworlds
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worlds record holder for the quarter quartermile quartermile quartermile
mile indoors will m meet et In the 446 41 yards yardsopen yardsopen 8rds 8rdsopen
open Randall will also try for the t e first firstprize firstprize firstprize
prize In the high jump against Le Matt Mattthe Maththe fatt fattthe
the local crack who will enter from fromthe fromthe I Ithe
the Spaldlng Athletic Club of this city
Rellly ReIII will be the scratch man In the the220yard the3yard the2yard
220yard dash In which Precton Edmon Edmonston Edmonston Edmonston ¬
ston also al o of Georgetown will also run runThe runThe runThe
The half mile race promises to be one oneof oneor oneof
of the prettiest of the day Hemingway Hemingwoyof
of Cornell Gill of the National Guard GuardLorendo GuardLorendo GuardLorendo
Lorendo of Georgetown and Watson Watsonof Watsonot Watsonof
of the Olympia Athletic Club will Ill all allstart allstan al i istart
start In this event There Is 1 Is little to tochoose tochooe S Schoose
choose between the men on form and as asthere 88there a athere
there Is the fiercest fiel < est sort of personal personalrivalry personalrialry persona
rivalry between them the race personaI should shouldprove shouldprove I
shouldI
prove interesting to the large crowd crowdwhich crowdwhich crowdwhich I
which Is expected ex ted to be present presentIn preioentIn preaentIn
In the shot put Hoffemran a George Georgetown Georetown Georgetown ¬
town freshman who Is a a protege of Joe JoeCurran JoiCurran JoeCurran
Curran the Georgetown crack missile missileheaver missile11eaver missiliheaver
heaver will make his initial InlU l appear appearance Appearance appearSance ¬
ance Opposed to him will be Curtiss Curtissof Curtlseor Curtisei
of the local Y M C A and several severalstrong seyeralstrong severe severestrong i
strong men from from Baltimore BaltimoreExperienced BaltimoreExperienced
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Experienced Officials OfficialsClaude OfficialsClaude lYfilcialsClaude
Claude R Zappone director oO oOaquatics of ofaQustics olaquatlcs
aquatics at Georgetown and late presi president pre prod proddent l ¬ i ident
dent of the National Association As oclatlon of ofAmateur orAmateur ol olAmateur
Amateur Oarsmen will referee the thetourney tintourney
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tourney tourne with Bernie Wefexs excham exchampion excharopion excliampion ¬
pion of the world as clerk of the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course Percy Given of Georgetown Georgetownhas Georgetownhas Georgetownhas
has been appointed marshal and with withlarge witha wittI
a large number of competent assistants assistantshe assistanthhe I
he expects to keep the Infield free of ofspectators ofspectators 01 01spectators
spectators and Insure an unobstructed unobstructedview unobstructedview unobstructedview
view for the crowd crowdThe crQwd crQwdThe
The tickets for the meet will sbe be good goodfor goodror goot gooti I
for or the ball game and will 111 include includegrandstand includegrandstand includsgrandstand i
grandstand privilege The first race racewill racewill rae raewill
will be started at 2 230 O and the game will willbe willbe whlbe
be called at 415 i1
Lightbody Wins Again AgainIn AgainIn AgainIn
In the theOlympic Olympic Games GamesCaptures GlmesCaptures GamesCaptures
Captures 1500Meter Run and Breaks Rec Reoprci Rec9rdFred RecordFred
prci 9rdFred ordFred Fred Lorg Who Claimed Claim d Mara Marathon Marathon Marathon ¬
thon Race Disqualified for Life
I feet 3 Indies L Wilkins Chicago A A Athird Athird Athird
third 11 feet 2fc 2 inches InchonInternational IncheInternatIonal inchesInternational
International team race fovir miles milesWon roUeson milesWon
Won on by N Y A C Chicago A A sec second second Second ¬
ond Time Tlm 2117 45 45Dumbbell 4iDumbbell 45Dumbbell
Dumbbell contest contestWon Won by Oscar Os Ostoff Ostoft
toil Milwaukee A C 43 prints ftts Fred FredYork FredVIners i
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VIners Ne NevfWest West Side ide A C New NewYork NevYork r
York second 45 points pointsOnemile pointsOnemll poIntsOnemile
Onemile handicap team race raceWOI1 Won by byMissouri byMIssourI b bMissouri
Missouri A C Southwest Southwe t T V St StLouis StLoula StLouis
Louis second Time LbS Si 16 16Handicap IIiHandicap 15Handicap
Handicap hammer throw thowVon Won by b bJohn
John Flanagan Greater New York York1r York1rmit ar arIsh Ir Irlah
lah A A scratch A A Johnson St StLouis 8tLouis StLouis
Louis Central Y M C A second secondfeet 30 30f 38t
f feet et J J S Mitchell New York A Athird C Cthird Cthird
third W 9 feet teet L L L 1 Hayden Hayd n Maryland MarylandA arnd arndA i iA
A C Baltimore fourth 32 3 feet Dis iDlstunce Distnce Distance
tunce tnce 153 15 feet 4 Inches InchesSlxt InchesSixtyyard j jSIxtvyard
SIxtvyard Slxt ytd dash dah handicap hndlcfWon handicapWon Won by y C CHasted CHast CHasted
Hasted Hast d Missouri 16url A C H 4 feet fpft E 1 F FAnnls FAnni FAnnic
Annls Anni Greater Greter New York Yor1 Irish Ir sh A A Asecond A Asecond
second 4 feet tet Fred Fre Englehart 2Jo 2Johawk o ohawk
hawk A C New York third a feet feetWill fel felVm feetv1ll
Will Vm Blome aryland vrland A C Baltimore Baltimorefourth Baltmore Baltimorefourths
fourth 4 4fet f fet et Time Time 006 00 15 15NEGRESS 15NEGRESS 15NEGRESS
NEGRESS BOMBARDED BOMBARDEDCOPS BOMBARDEDCOPS BOMBARDEDCOPS
COPS WITH CROCKERY CROCKERYAfter I IAfter
After an examination examinaton by police iolce olice sur surgeons surseons curgeons ¬
geons yesterday t8ry Frnce France CvrWn ctbn a anegress a i a aisegrem
negress nlgreS was found to be b of unsound unsoundmind unund unundmind unsouns I Imind
mind and sent Snt to St Eliabeths Elabths Asylum Asylumby Alu Aslun Aslunby
by h Sanitary Snlar Officer Ofcer Frank Frnk of the th Police PoliceDepartment Polce PolceDeprtment PolIcDepartment
Department Deprtment yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayIhse eterdy eterdyTlu
The woman womn husband hubtud IK I a cook cok on onriver a ariver arher
river steamer 8t tme and she > h he lived Ue at at 477 K KStreet KStret 1 L LStreet
Street Stret southwest tOUtlVMt Because Beui of the con constant conMtant constant ¬
stant racket she > e made in her house houseneighbors hose hoseneighbr a aneighbors
neighbors neighbr complained complned to Policemen Pol een Her Herbert Herbrt Herbert ¬
bert brt and Spicer Spi of the Fourth Jowrth precinct precinctstation preinct preinctstaton precincatatlots
station staton They Te went to th the house hoW but butfound butround be befound
found the door barricaded barricadedAfter brricded brricdedt barricadedAfter
After t r gaining ntng accents ace acc to th t the house eue w the thepolice theple hIs hIspolice
police ple were wer bombarded ombre by th t > woman womanwho womn womnwho womanwho
who hurled cup CUp cuw saucers Kucer and > lates at at atthem atthem is isthem
them She occupied ocupe a position plUon at the thehead theHed thi thibead
head Hed of the stairs tan and ad endeavoring evorlfg to t ttake
take tke her prisoner the th police were ex exposed etp00041 t ¬
posed to her he pr deadly tdly aim all for some sme ert time tme
She was dually Jnl overpowered overpwee and sent snt see it
to the House of Detention Dtteuton for the night nichtt t
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GREAT TOD TODSL6AN TODSL6ANis SLOAN SLOANIS
IS NOW NO ALL IN INBe INBest
Best Be t of All Al Jockeys Once OnceWorth OnceV OnceWorth
Worth V orth Over 400000 400000MAY 400000MAY 400000MAY
MAY YET BE REINSTATED REINSTATEDOld REiNSTATEDOd
Old Od Horseman Horoman Predicts Predcfs He Will Wl Prove Proveas Proveas
as Good as Any Ay of Present PresentDay Pret PretDay PresentDay
Day Riders RidersNEW R4ers R4ersNEW RidersNEW
NEW YORK Sept Sep 3Y 3YM 3ye lf Its true te
that th Ted Sloan to all ia said
known Ta Slon 1 al Md a aw81 well
trainer of race rce horses 1e w Who Whomakes Wliomakea
makes maes overSunday oV ovecSunda Snd8 trlp trp tripe fetre u tItlt tItltUs to > uhiit it itU3
U3 is family H He has became
t2ly b bl a a subdued subduedrather sb subduedr3ther
rather mournful mourCul looking lookig little tte chap ch wo wor wise wiser
r vcr er speaks sp even ev to Me hl old o friends friendsunless f4 IrisadsrAess
unless rAess less he IB spoken spke to All AI of the te flashy flashyrider fy
t or his
ga hs leloul marvelous c days a as 8 a r race racerider
rider ritr are gone gOR He do doiny dOt dooeat w wny wear wearry
iny ny jewelry jewely any ay more I can cn remember rememberiv rmember rememberthen
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iv then hen he had almost amt a a whole b floor r of ofno ofin
I no in of tho finest ftnot hotels hotes In Ii New York York
N Nt t
He
now
I hasnt got
any man ma any anyiriiro anyI
iriiro tro to lay Iy his h1 clothes elthe out because b he
I l minus the clothes clthe There The Was ees a 8 a time timevhon tme
vhon hen
little
ltte Ted Te never wore ore the same sameJit se selit sameut
lit of morning morIng clothes clthe more mre than th three threetimes te threelines
times tm at the outside outde He used use to ride ridedown rde rdeown ridedown
down own to the tracks from Long Lg Island Ilnd Islanddy
City dy In In his hi private pvte car c spending the te
hour htu of his hs ride going ging over his h Wg bg mall mallwith ml mallviith
with ith his private prvate secretary seretry His Hi Pan PanLard PanLl PanLard
Lard Ll and Mercedes JIercede touring tourng cars cr are ae all allg al algln9ertWng aUgeieeverythlng
g gln9ertWng geieeverythlng rne everything of Tods Tos Is I gone
Ad And yet I happen to know Gne th that onl onlseve only
seve seven years ers ago To Ted Slo Sloan wu worth
500 WOcO iXC4O < X0 at the least let and ad a 8 lot if wor In InM Inhe
> tnuts M Tts he had hd then ten have hve since sine tr quad quadrupled Qud Qudr quadrulcd ¬
rupled r < le in value He was wa put on the right rightS rIghtsde rightzde
S sde Q of the market make by such me me uses as W
C C Whitney Wlltey and August ugt BelmoGX and Id
it looked as if his
looke game was never going
to t < end fnd But from gme the hour the te English Englih gng
Jockey Club informed intore him not ot to apply
for a a a renewed rnewed license lcense Sloan S has h been
losing loslp out outTurned outTure outTurned
Turned Ture His Hs Head HeadIm Head HeadTm
Im sorry soI He never was ws a B bad bdHtte bdHtteman Mttle Mttleman tUe tUeman
man Sloan Slo The money and an the adula adulation aul adulathen ¬
then ton turned turne his head hed It Is 1 true enough enoughand enogh enoghand enoogband
and he went the te distance distce with th all al the theblind te teblnd theblind
blind blnd fatuity fatuit of o a sudsed su sailor slor but bt I Ihappened Ihappne Ihappened
happened happne to know that at the te height of ofhis othis ofhis
his career carr he was wa an a extremely etremely ebonite charitable cht ebonitehis ¬
his bl chap and ad a a warm heart he did d beat beatunder bt btunder beatunder
under those te weird fancy tany waistcoats waIstct of ofhis orhs
his hs They say that tat Tim Tm Sullivan SulIva and andsome ad adsme andsome
sme some other Influential Infuenth turfmen turmen are using usingtheir uig uigtheir usingtheir
their best bt efforts eors to have hve Ted To reinstated reinstatedon relntate
on the th New ew York tracks t I hope hpe they theysucceed te tesuce theysucceed
succeed suce I believe belee that he Is as a good go a arider 8 arider
rider rder today toay as a he ever was a and he has hasno bf hastrouble
no trouble in keeping keepng down to weight weightbeing weightbeing weightbeing
being naturally nturly a diminutive man And Andif Af Andif
if hes restored retored to standing hell IteIo be son sonacquisition a n nacquisition
acquisition acquiitn Theyll Theyl all be b after atta him hm the theminute th theminute
minute they the see se that hes anything anhng like likeTod lke lkeTo likeTed
Ted To Sloan Slon used use to be and hell hel have an another a8other another ¬
other whack at the cornucopia cornucl et t for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune YOY You can c take tae it I from rae e tfcat u K Khe I ifhe
he ever succeeds suceeds In getting geting money again againhell agin aginhel againhell
hell hel keep kep It ItHas It itHas
Has Them All A Beaten BeatenThey BeteI BeteIhe BeatemThey
They he can c talk all al they tb please p of o o the thtHildebrands tit theBildebrands
Hildebrands Hlkebrand and the Phltttppses PhlUpp and aD the theShaws t theShaws
Shaws and the Odoms and an the th Burmese Buraaesand Bn Bnand Burmeseand
and the Bullmans and the rest but butthere 1t 1tthere butthere
te an rt
there hasnt been bn a a Jockey jake on o the th Artier AmerIcan Ae Artiericanturf
furf time timeand and Ive been beenfrivolling beenfrivolling
Ican lcnur icanturf In my m Umean 1e b
frivolling frlvolnJ along with wih the te old game gme for forthirty forthlrt forthirty
thirty thlrt years yea or so sowhos swhos whos been ben within withintwentyflve wlltn wlltntwenQfve withintwentyfive
twentyflve twenQfve pounds pound of Ted To Sloan Slo3n as 8 a arace arace
race rce rider riderJUMPED rIderJUMPED riderJUMPED
JUMPED OUT OF WINDOW WINDOWTO WINDOWTO WINDOWTO
TO ESCAPE HUSBAND HUSBANDVictoria HUSBANDVictrIa HUSBANDVictoria
Victoria VictrIa Smith SIt a a negroes nege Jumped Jumpedfrom jumpedfro jumpedfrom
from a secondstory window of her herhome herhome herhome
fro a seonstory wndow o
home 52 5 5 C Street Stet northwest norhwet last lt even evenIng evenIDE evenIng
Ing IDE and a was wa badly bdly shaken shaen up and a se severely severl sevetely ¬
verely verl bruised brise about ut the the body bo She Shetken was wastaken wastaken
taken tken to the Casualty Cauly Hospital Hospit and ad her herhusband herhubnd herhusband
husband hubnd was wa arrested arte on a a a charge chage oC oCassault otasult uCassault
assault asult and batten battenThe bater baterThe batteryThe
The trouble between betwee Thomas Thoma and d his hiswife hi hiswife
wife wIt took place plae about aout 930 93 oclock oclo After Afterbeating Ater Aterbetg Afterbeating
beating betg her over the t6 head ho with wth his fist fistfor 1 fistfor
for some time and falling falng to make an anImpression anImpeon animpression
sme
tme m6
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for to some smo weapon wepon when the woman wom ran ranto rn rnto ranto
to the secondfloor seondfoor front room o He fol followed followe folhewed ¬
lowed lowe dow dowVictorias d her and ad she jumped jumpe from frm the te win window w winscreams ¬
Victorias ktor screams scre and ad cries for help helpcreated hep hepcreted helpcreated
created creted somewhat somewha ot 0 a a cre panic In the xnoneighborhoods thonehbrho theneighborhood
neighborhoods nehbrho but quiet Quet was wa vc again re restored r restored ¬
stored stor when she was w sent set to ag the to boo hospital hos boopItal ¬
pital for treatment tetent and ad he was a placed4 placed4a p1 pbced41acell
pt
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