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8 THE WASHINGTON WA51IiGTONTIMES TIMES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 190
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BASEBALL c ROWiNG O1Il = iQ = o SHOOTING tIQQTING 0 TRCT TROTTING rING 0 TENNIS
Another Game Taken TakenBy TakenBy
By Timely Slugging SluggingHills SluggingH9lisBlow
H9lisBlow Hills Blow in Tenth Session Came at Just the theRight theR9htTimeScore theRight
Right R9htTimeScore Time TimeScore Score Close But Proceed Proceedings Proceedings Proceedings ¬
ings Were Duiil Duli
In the tenth Inning of yesterdayssame yesterdays yesterdayssame esterd > a J
same with a man on second two out outan outan outan
an da hit needed n ded to win Texas Hunter HunterHill HunterHIll HunterHill
Hill proved himself a hero by clouting a aliner alIner aliner
liner over third bass b that scored Chas Chester Chtiter Chaster ¬
ter Joe Cassidy t thereby winning for the theNationals theNationals theNationals
Nationals their tenth victory victor out ut of the thelast t11flast thelast
last eleven eleeI1 games Washington 2 St StLouis StLouIs StLouis
Louis 1 1It 1It > 1It
It was by far the dullest game since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the Nationals returned from the Westerit West Western VestCl1 ¬
ern trip The > drizzling rain which at attimes attimes attimes
times threatened to Interrupt proceed proceedings proeeedin proceedings ¬
ings in s had a depressing effect f1ect upon the theplayers th thplaers theplayers
players and this psychological condition conditionsoemed condItionstrmed conditionseemed
seemed to spread to the stands where wherethe I Ithe ithe
the crowd of over 2500 looked on with withapathy withapathy withapathy
apathy apathyLittle apathyLittle apathyLittle
Little Enthusiasm EnthusiasmExcept EnthusiasmExcept EnthusiasmExcept
Except for the hit by Hill Hmn In the tenth tenthand tenthand tenthand
and a couple of fielding fiel ing stunts there was waslittle wasl1ttlC waslitge
little to enthuse over Tho Th whole game gameresolved gameresolEd gameresolved
resolved itself into a pitchers battle between between be between
tween Case P Patten tten and Eddie Glade and andwith aUtlwIth andwith
with good support support by b their team mates matesand matitand matesand
and satisfactory umpiring umpillnc the game gamewould gnmewould snm snmwould
would probably have gone one into darkness darknesswithout darknesswlthout darknesswithout
without a decision decisionTmpirk decIsionCmplre decisiontinplrh
Tmpirk Connor whom Baneful Ban BanJohnson BanJohnson BanJohnson
Johnson has been touting toutin as the great greatest greatest greatest ¬
est ever had a hard afternoons afte oous work workTime workTime workTime
Time and and again he made m dl decisions that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were strenuously objected to by b the theplayers therla theslayers
players rla ers and this delayed what would wouldprobably wouldprobabl wouldprobablyhave
probably probabl probablyhave have hav been bO n one onoof of the quickest quickestgames qtIckestgames quickestgames
games of the heme seasonHonors season seasonHonors seasonHonors
Honors o Stahl StahlFielding StahlFieldIng StahlFielding
Fielding honors went to Leader Stahl StahlIn StahlIn StahlIn
In the ninth inning with the bases basesloaded basesloaded basesloaded
loaded and no one down Captain Wal Wallace Wallace 81 81lace ¬
lace lined one toward towardright right field which whichlooked whichIouked whichlooked
looked good enough to tOCor score Core two t oruns orunsand runs runsand s sand
and win the game but the theBO Born rn Leader Leaderjumped Leaderjumped
jumped stabbed the ball and b before fore he hehad hehld hehad
had fairly reached terra firma shot it itto itto
to Hill in time to complete a double doubleplay doublepIa doubleplay
play pIa Great cheering In the seventh seventhwhen seventhwhen
when the Browns looked dangerous the theNationals theXatfonals theNationals
Nationals pulled off a double play pIa in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which every ever infielder except the pitcher pitch pitcher ¬
er took A SI handin hand handin
in 1 n the thettth fifth ftit Cas Ca Case Pattenpushed Pattfen Pa tta1 pushed a tow towfly 1oYn lowfly
fly n toward left center which Andsome AndsomeArry AndsomeArty
Arty Hr FOweI Dwell bagged after a long trot trotThis trotThis
This entitled him to the visitors field fielding fieldirg ¬
ing honors honoisStone honorsStone
Stone started start the > afternoons enter entertainment entertatnment
tainment by b poking a double into left leftfield leftfield
field He was sacrificed sacrlfic > to third but butdied butdied
died d d A single and a sacrifice got Cas CassMy Cas1 Cas1aiI Cassily
sMy aiI as far as second in the Nationals Natlonajshalf Nationalshalf
half Iml but MS h irctoo too t o was lsleft left leftError leftError
Error a Big HelpIn Help HelpIn lp
In the tlwo1Jrh jjovjrjh of r li with one down John JohnAndersoh John JohnAnnderao
Andersoh Anders nWrQJtp i < Mp r jt ed < t > off a single and at atonce atonce
once swiped g i > ed second Huelsman fanned fannedand fannedand
and it looked as though the big Swede Swedewould SwedeWould Swedewould
would be left when Stahl sent a slow slowroller slo slorolhrtQ stowroller
roller rolhrtQ to Koehler The second cond baseman basemanthrew basemanthrew man manthreWlm
threw threWlm past t first and Anderson tallied talliedwhile talliedwhile talliedwhile
while Stahl went to second Starr cop copped copped copped ¬
ped Jones hard liner and ihe sIde was wasout wasout wasout
out outIn
In thcsixth the sixth Roth singled to left leftand lertand leftand
and Huelsman booted the ball allow allowing allowing allowlug ¬
ing the Brownie to go to second secondbut secondbutb tout toutlie buth
h lie b got no further Hill led offln off in the thesieond thescond thest
sieond st eond half of this round with a dou double doubIt double ¬
ble but he got no further as as a the next next1hree net1hree nextthree
1hree went out on onjsk onsky sky scrapers scrapcrsCurious scrapersCurious scrapersCurious
Curious Double DoubleIn DoubleIn DoubleIn
In the seventh the Stahlites pulled pulledoff JmlIederr pulledeft
off a double d uble play pIa Vanzant was safe on onHickmans onHickmans onIlickmans
Hickmans error and arrived atthird at third thIr on onWallaces onWaUacos ontSallaecs
Wallaces Infield hit Koehler fanned fannedand fannedand fannedand
and Wallace made a break for second secondKittridse secondInttrl secondKittrldre
Kittridse Inttrl e threw thr w to Hickraan and the thebull theb theball
bull b n was returned tumec to i ths tl1 thepIafe Ulafe After Afterthe Att Afterthe r rthe
the Nationals asked S8ed it to toandtro to andfro and fro with without without IItho ¬
out o t catching catchin Zsincant V n sani = ant Wallacfe ValIa came to tothird tothIrd tothird
third base bas on on the play and was called calledout calledout calledout
out as he had no no right rI ht to the platform platformIn
In the ninth Stone Ston started off of by beat beating beatJn beatlug ¬
lug Jn out a hit to Hiekman Starr hit to tocenter tocenter tocenter
center and Vanzant was safe ona blast blastto blasttn blastto
to Oassidy With ith the bases ba basesloaded loaded Stahl Stahland Stahland Stahland
and Hill got away with their fast double doublerluy doubl doublpla doubleplay
play pla Koehler K hler bunted b nted and once more morethe moreth morethe
the th Nationals atlolals were in danger Patten Pattencould Pattencould110t Pattencould
could could110t not find the plate and forced in inSPORTING InSPORTING inSPORTING
+
SPORTING COMMENT COMMENTBASEBALL I i iBASEBALL
+ I 1 1BASEBALL +
BASEBALL BASEBALLHonus BASEBALLHenus BASEBALLHonue
Honus Wagner denied enled that he threw threwthe threwthe threwthe
the ball at Umpire Bauswlne b but t Pres PlesIdent President President ¬
ident PullJam believed th the arbiters arbitersstory arbitersstory atbitersstory
story and he < jusiiendedthe suspended uspende the th player pJa erfor erforthree for forthree forthree
three days daYsbeSid besides beBlaeea 8 fining himIIome him 10 10Home 40Home
Home capitalists lire Te preparing te
up the franchise or or the Lawrence LaAre Mass lassclub Massclub 4raseclub
club clubThat clubThat A AThat
That bad knee kneel 1s Is expected to k keep p
Ducky Duck Holmes Holm4 out of th the game
about a out two weeks more moreErouthers moreBrouthers moreBrouthers
Brouthers the th third baseman b ba eman ma of
Montgomery Southern League club has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been o obtained ot > lahlfd by Connie Mack acJcor f for or util utilHv uUl1ty util1ty
1ty roles with the Athletics AthleticsMcKenna AthletIcsMcKenna AthleticsMcKenna
McKenna a star scholastic twirler twirlerwho twIrlerwho twirlerwho
who has been pitching good ball for
Maryland Athletic Club this summer i isaid
said to b be considering conJlder1 entering George Georgetown Georgetown eorge eorgetown
town next year yearBrick yearBrick yearBrick
Brick Breltenstein the Pelicans Pelicansgrand Pelicansgrand Pelicansgrand
grand old man Is one of the th beat metIn mein
In the league 1ea ue as an all around player playereverything pJayereverything playereverything
everything considered Brett Is t
a rim rU1 that tied the score but Howell Howcllstruck Howellstruck
struck out before further damage wasdone was wasdone wasdone I
done doneIn doneIn doneIn
In the enth after Kittrldire had popped pop popped pOPped ¬
ped up Ul an easy easy one to Wallace Stahl Stahlsubstituted Stahlsub Stahlsubstituted
substituted sub Ututfd Nill for aPtten The little littlefellow littlefdlow littlefellow
fellow was hit by b one of Glades twist twisters twisters twisters ¬
ers but was forced at second when Cas Cassicly Cnssid Cassidy
sicly sid hit to short Joe stole second and andwith andwIth andwith
with wIth two down Hill cracked < lQnet qne QnetO do loftwhich loft loftwhich loftwhIch
which scored our shortstop and n saved savedthe savede savedThe savedthe
the e flag flagThe flagThe
The Score ScoreWashington Sco ScoreWashington e eVnshinst
Washington Vnshinst n AB R H O A E ECassidy ECassid ECassidy
Cassidy Cassid ss b 5 1 2 2 1 0 0Hill 0Hill 0Hill
Hill 3b 4 O 2 2 2 0 0Hiekman 0Hickman 0Hickman
Hickman 2ta 4 1 0 1 5 3 1 1Anderson 1Anderson
Anderson rf 4 1 1 1 00 00Huelsmnn 0 0 0Huelsnmn 0Huelsman
Huelsmnn 1C IfH 4 0 0 0 0 1 1Stahl 1Stahl
Stahl Ib w 4 4 0 0 0C 8 2 0 0C 0C
C Jones cf 4 0 1 1Kittrulge 4 1 0 0Patten 0 I
Kittrulge c 4 0 0 S 4 1 0 0Patten
Patten p + 2 0 0 0 1 0 0ItNlU 0tNill
Nill 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Totals 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 33 33 2 i 2 7 7 3 30 13 13Batted 13 211 211Batted 2 2Batted
Batted for Patten In tenth tenthSt tenthSt tenthSt
St Louis AB R H O A E EStone IStone I IStone
Stone If t ii > 0 21 2 1 0 0Starr o oStarr I
Starr Starr3b Sb 3t 3 1 1 1 3 0 0Vnnsant 0Vamant 0Vauzant
Vnnsant rf 5 0 1 2 0 0Wallace 0 0Wallace
Wallace rallace ss 4 0 1 1 4 1 a 4 0 0Koehler 0Koehler f
Koehler 2b 4 0 1 4 1 1 1T 1 1T I
T Jones lb 3 0 0 10 0 0Howell 0 0Howell
Howell cf 4 0 0 1 0 0Spencer 0 0Spencer 0S I
Spencer S ncer c 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0Roth 0Roth I
Roth RQth c 3 0 1 3 2 0 0Glade
Glade p PTotals 0 0 2 2 0 0Totals I
Totals 34 1 1 7 20 12 1Two 1 1Two 1Two
Two out when winning run scored scoredWashington score scoredWashington
I
Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 012 012St 1 1I 2 2St
St Louis 000000001 0 0000000010i 0000000010iFirst 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 01First 1 1First
I First base by errors errorsVashington Washington 1 1St 1St
i St Louis 1 Left on bases baHesVa basesWashington Washington hington hingtonSt I
7 St Louis 6 First base on balls bllllsOff bllllsOffI ballsOffPatten Off OffPatten
Patten 2 Struck out outBy By Patten S 5by Sby Sby
by Glade 4 Twobase hitsI hits hItsHill Hill Iill Stone StoneRoth StoneRoth 1
I Roth Sacrifice hits hitsHill Hill Starr Stolen Stolenbases StolenbasesCassidy StolenbasesCassidy
bases basesCassidy Cassidy Anderson Double playsKtttrid plays playsKittrldge lays laysKittrldge
Ktttrid Kittrldge e to Cassidy Casskl to Stahl to Hick Hickman Hickman
man to Kittrldge to Hill to Kittrldge toHickman to toHiekman toHickman
I Hickman Stahl to Hill Roth to Kochler Koeh Koehler ¬ I IIer
ler Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Glade 2 Um UmpireMr Um Umpire ¬
pire pireIr Mr Conror Time of game gamel 1 hour hourand hourand hourand i
and 45 minutes minutesNOTES minutesI
+ + II IINOiES
I NOTES NO T ES OF THE NOTABLES NOTABLESI NOTA NOTABLESr LES r j jlhe
I The club that Hunter Hill uses looks looksmore looksmore looksmore
more like a potato masher than a bat batFrank batFranl batFrank
Frank Hueisman evidently eident1 thrives thrivesunder thrivestnde thrivestinder
under tnde criticism Since some harsh harshwords hurshwords harshwords
words were handed out to the big left leftfielder leftfielder leftfielder
fielder his work has shown a marked markedimprovement markedJJ markedimprovement
JJ improvement improvementAlthough improvementAlthough > > provemen t tI
Although the weather throughout the theday theday
I day was num threatening the crowd num numbered numbered2523 ¬ I
bered2523 tiered 2523 i iThere iThere
1
There is less life Ilf In that Brown ag aggregation aggregation ¬
gregation than any club that has visited visitedthe Vlsitedthe visitedthe
the local lo tl green this season The visitors vis visitors YlsitOIS ¬
itors trudged trud ed onto the field like lambsgoing lambs lambsgoing lambsgoing
going to slaughter slaughterOld slaughterOld
Old Ironsides Joe Sugden wjip who is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬ t
posed to have hay e been the man manwh who laid out outthe outthe outthe
the first bsebill bAi ebflI diamond vas was on the thecoaching thacoaching thecoaching
coaching lines He also poured a 11 little littleadverse lIttleac1vtre littleadverse
adverse criticism into the ears of one3tr one oneMr onaf1
Mr f1 Connor ConnorIn ConnorIn Connorin
In the eighth round Case Patten struck strucki struckout struckout
i out the side sideSilent sideSilent sideSilent
Silent Ned Heydon is on the list of the theinjured theI theinjured
injured as a result of a spiking SPikingreCeiyed SPikingreCeiyedat received receivedat
I at the feet of Jimmy Jimmv Callahan Callahanihen when rhe rhecatcher rhecateher thecatchier
catcher tapped the White Sox at the theplate theplate theplate
plate in Mondays game gameBill gameBiU gameBill
Bill Wolfe and Waco Taco Vic Adams will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably pitch two of the St Louisgames Louis Louisgames Loutsgames
games while Tom Hughes will be bestlycd saved savedto I jto Ito
to mew mow down the Clevelanders on Saturday Satur I Iday
day da
Charley Hickman Is the life of the Na Nationals Nationals a ationals ¬
tionals in the field He is continually continuallyshouting continuallyshouting continuallyshouting
shouting encouragement to the pitcherand pitcher pitcherand pitcherand
and when the team gets into a close cor corner corn corner ¬
ner n > 1 Cheerful does much to steady the theoutfit theoutfit theoutfit
outfit outfitCaptain outfitCaptain outfitCaptain
Captain Stahl was badly disappointed disappointedthis disappointedthis I
this morning when he looked out on the thesteady theRtetdy thesteady
steady rain r In The leader has been count counting countIng counting ¬
ing on four from the Browns and four fourTrom four1rom fourirorn
Trom Cleveland which would put the theNationals theNationals theNationals
Nationals in pretty good shape for the thecoming thecomingtrIp thecoming
coming comingtrIp comingtrIpI tripgreat trip tripgroat
great gr a t tWirler excellent e fielder r hitterand hitter hitterand hitterand
I and base runner Charlie Frank is for ¬
tunate in having such a man on his
team With it all l Breit Is one of the thecleverest theI thecleverest
cleverest clevrestfeHowsPbnlngprOfeSsional fellows playing professional
ball ballBlrmlnsham Birmingham NewsBrick News NewsBrick Newsllrick
I Brick was one of the stars in the Na ¬
tional League a few years ears ago agoNow agoNow agoNow
Now that Sandy Ferguson has quit the thering I IrIng I Irfng I
rIng and has gone to sailoring for a live ¬
lihood m ood who will give Ed Dunkhorst a a
job heaving coal coalMarshall coalMats coalMatshall
Marshall Mats lall HallTomorrow Hall HallTomorrow RanTomorrow
Tomorrow evening evenitfig the steamer Charles
Maealester racalest l will make the regular Thurs rhur rhurlay ¬
day lay evening evenm trip to Marshall Hall ana
Indian Head and if the evening shouldprove should shouldprove > houldprove
prove to be a pleasant one a large largecrowd largeoowd largecrowd
crowd Is expected to go o and I1d enjoy ell j 0 the thesail thesan thesail
sail to Indian Head or stop on ot off at Marshall Mar MarshallHall lar larI ¬
shallHall shan Hall and indulge indul e In the dancing dancingas
I as Schroedcrs s band always pnys an attrnctfve at attractive attractive ¬ I
tractive dance program The steamer steamerCharles stell steametCharles lnet
I Charles Macalester will leave at the theusual theusual 1
usual hour 630 pm Parties spending I
the day at the Hall I01I may avail them themselves themielves themselves ¬
selves of the Indian Head trip withoutextra without withoutextra I
1 extra xtra cost Dally trips are made to toMarshall toMarshall
Marshall Hall at 10 am 230 and 630 630pm 630pm I
pm and to Indian Head this week werkThursday weekThursday
I Thursday Friday and Saturday at G0 G0pm 6 J J
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OLD I STORY AGAIN AGAINl I
ABOUT ABOUTLittsbtir WASHIi l nl GT Oq N1 N1Pittsburg l
Pittsburg Littsbtir Pipe PilJ Concerning ConcerningDropping Con GonceziningDro ernil1g ernil1gDropping
Dropping Dro pill This City CityMYSTERIOUS CityMYSTERIOUS CityMYSTERIOUS
MYSTERIOUS MEANDERINGS MEANDERINGSSundry MEANDERINGSSundry
Sundry I Magnates Hold Whispered Con Conferences Conferences Conferences ¬
ferences in Divers Towns TownsTwelve TownsTwelveClub TownsTwelveClub Twelve TwelveClub
Club League Suggested SuggestedPITTSBURG Sugge SuggestedPITTSBURG ted tedPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Aug JPlttsburg 9 Pittsburg has hasagain hrsagaIn hasagain
again become the storm center of baseball base baseball baseball ¬
ball ballThat
That there is a deal to consolidate conso1i ate the thetwo theto thetwo
two big leagues Is no longer doubted doubtedby doubtEdby doubtedby
by those here who are able abl to put two twoand twoand twoand
and two together On last Sunday night nightBarney nightBarney nlgiitBarney
Barney Dreyfuss under uner pressure pros re admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted that he had received a telegram telegramfrom ttlegramfrom telegramfrom
from Frank DeHaas Robison of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land making makin an appointment with him himhere hImhere himhere
here on Monday MondayTills Monda MondaThis MondayThis
This appointment was kept and the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two men kept up a telegraphic fire on onGarry onGarry onGarry
Garry Herrmann at Cincinnati The result re result result ¬
sult was that Drcyfuss was called to toCincinnati toI toCincinnati
Cincinnati last night for fa 1 conference conferencewith conferencewith conferencewith
with Herrmann leaving Roblson ROblsollhere ROblsollherePlot RobisonherePlot here herePlot
Plot Thickens ThickensYesterday ThickensYesterday
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Yesterday the plot thickened when whenJimmy whenJimmy whenJimmy
Jimmy McAIeer IcAlel > r of the St Louis LouisAmerI LouisAmerIcan American Ameri American ¬
can League team dropped off a train trainfrom trainfrom trainfrom
from the East and went Into conference conferencewith conferencewith conferencewith
with Robison his rival at St Louis LouisNeither LouisNeither LouisNeither
Neither would say what had been done doneafter doneafter doneafter
after they separated Each in fact factunblnshlngly factunblushlntj factunblushingly
unblushingly declared they had talked talkedof talkedof talkedof
of nothing but the weather Drcyfuss Drcyfussis DreyfusIs
is expected < J here from Cincinnati today
The conference will then be continued continuedThe continuedThe continuedThe
The Plttaburg Press owned by stock ¬
holders in the Pittsburg ball club and andconsidered andconsidered andconsidered
considered the official organ of the club clubcame clubcamet clubcame
came out under big blJ headlines h dllnes saying sayingthat sayiJ1 sayiJ1that sayingthat
that there is a deal on of some sort sortthat sortthat sortthat
that Robison is not here for his health healthnor healthnor healthnor
nor did < 1I Dreyfuss Drfcfuss go to Cincinnati to toalk tocalk
calk alk of fashions with Herrmann HerrmannDrop HerrmannDr HerrmannDrbp
Drop Dr p Washington W Washingtoniiitl WashingtoniiitlIt shington Iit IitIt
It It is the general eneraloplnloriIn opinion In Pittsbur Pittsburgthat Pittsburthat Pittsburthat I
that consolidation is ISon on foot footwhich which will willtake willtake willtake
take Washington and Detroit out of the theAmerican thoArn theAmerican
American Arn < > rican and put Pittsburg Pittsburgand and Cincin Cincinnati Clnclli Cinchianti ¬ I Inat
nat in their places pl ccs Only Onl one club for forSt forSt 1
St Louis is also part of the scheme ac according accordIng according ¬
cording to certain Pittsburg wise ones onesAt one onesAt >
At midnight Barney Barne Dreyfuss Dre fu8s reached reachedPittsburg reachoPittsburg rcachldPlttsburg I
Pittsburg from rein Cincinnati and Immedt Immedtately Immedlatel Immediately
ately atel went w nt into conference with Frank FrankDeHaas FrankDeHaas FrankDellaas
DeHaas Roljlson of the th > St Louis club cluband cluband cluband
and Jimmy MeAleer of the St Louis LouisArmriean Loui LouiAmtrlctln LouisAmerican
American club luh The conference is being beingheld beIngheld beingheld
held at the th Munongahcla House Dreyfuss Drey Dreyfuss Dreyfuss
fuss refused to discuss the nature of his hisbusiness 1119business hisbusiness
business with Herrmann in Cincinnati CincinnatiTHE CIncinnatIGONCERNING CincinnatiGEIMG
GONCERNING CASEY CASEYTHE CASEYfilE
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THE IIDOLMT IIDOLMTPHILADELPHIA IDLEE1G1TPHILADELPHIA j
PHILADELPHIA Aug 9 9JIm Jim Jim Casey Caseya Case Casea
a native of the County Count Clare Ireland Irelandbut Irelandbut Irelandbut
but who has been all around the world worldIs worl worldis l lis
Is In this city on his way to Ireland IrelandCasey IrelandCasey IrelandCasey
Casey comes from San Francisco Franciscowhere Franciscowhere Franciscowhere
where he has won quite a reputation as asan asan asan
an amateur boxer Casey Case has been beencredited beencredIted beencredited
credited with withbein being a longshoreman and andstevedore mdstcvedore andstevedore
stevedore but he is by b trade a mechan mechanical mechanical mechanical ¬
ical engineer en neer and has followed it every everywhere evcr evcrwhere everywhere ¬
where he went Casey is a tall raw rawboned rawboned rawboned
boned young fellow weighing about 1G5 1G5nounds 165nound8 105nounds
nounds and appears every inch an ath athlete athlete athlete ¬
lete He has followed boxing for fun funand funItnd funand
and beeruse blc I1l like most Irishmen he heloves heloves heloves
loves a fight fightHt tiht tiht1It
Ht was attached to Bob Fitzsimmons Fitzsimmonstraining FitzsImmonstraInIng Fitzsimmonstraining
training camp when the latter was wasmatched wasmatched wasmatched
matched to fight fi ht George Gardner and andboxcd andhox andboxed
boxed hox d with Fitzsimmons every day clayCasey dayCasc dayCasey
Casey Casc tells many interesting stories of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the way boxing boxln both amateur and pro professional professional professional ¬
fessional Is conducted c nducted on the Coast and andits andits tndtg
its tg hard to see the difference at this thisdistance this1stanc thisdistance
distance > Casey is scheduled to sail sailfor sallfor sailfor
for Ireland on August IS He may go gointo soInto gointo
into business in Dublin but if he does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not he will be back in the early fall fallHe fallHe fulllie
He will then turn professional and go goafter goafter o on1ter
after all the middleweights and light lightheavyweights lightlwavyweI lightheavyweights
heavyweights lwavyweI hts
A HOPELESS FIGHT FIGHTIt IFIG IFIGd IFIGdiseasesContagious d
It is as impossible to conquer the king of ofdiseases ofdiseasesContagious ofBlood
diseasesContagious diseasesContagiousIt diseases Contagious Blood Poison Poisonwith with Mercu Mer lIercury Jp Jpcury
cury cu rY and Potash as it would be to conquer the theking > f fking
e cif
king of the forest in a handtohand encounter encounteras f fas
as thousands who have had their health ruinedand ruined ruinedand ruinedand
and lives blighted blighted b btestify through the use of these min minerals < s fJ fJerals
erals will t < 111 111fullY testify They took the treatment faith faithfully L Lfully
fully only onlYto to find when it was left off the dis disease digease 2 2ease
ease returned return cd with more power combined with withthe withthe withthe
the awful effects of these minerals such as mercurial rheumatism necrosis necrosisof necrosisof
of the bones salivation inflammation of the stomach and bowels etc etcWhen etcVhen etcWhen
When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood it quickly quicklycontaminates quicklycontaminates quicklycontaminates
contaminates every drop of that vital fluid and every muscle muscle nerve nervetissue nervetissue nervetissue
tissue and bone becomes affected and soon the foul symptoms of sore soremouth soremouth soremouth
mouth and throat coppercolored blotches falling hair and eyebrows eyebrowsswollen eyebrowsswollen eyebrowsswollen
swollen glands sores sores etc make their appearance Mercury and Potashcan Potashcan Potash rotashcan
can only cover up these evidences for awhile they cannot cure the dis disease disease disease ¬
ease S S S has for many years been recognized as a specific for Con Contagious Contagious Contagious ¬
tagious Blood Poison Poisona a perfect antidote for the deadly virus that 1s is so sofarreaching sofarreaching sofarreaching
farreaching in its effects on the system S S S does not hide or mask maskthe maskS maskzsl
the disease but so thoroughly and completely completelycures
zsl Ji cures itthat no signs are areever ever seen again S S S Swhile Swhile Swhile
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Thorney had a busy bus day both at bat batand batand batand
and In the Held Wet ground caused causedhis causedhis causedhis
his two slip upsPitcher uj ups upsPitcher > s sPitcher
Pitcher Sanders umpired a good game gameThe gameThe gameThe
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pairs pairsDarkness vailsDarkness pairsDarkness
Darkness necessitated nec ssltated the game game being beingcalled beingcaned beingcalled
called at the end e d of the eighth elgh h Inning InningKInney InningKInney inningKinpey
KInney cavorted around the center of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the diamond after all kinds of chances chancesnailing chancesnaUIng chancesnailing
nailing seven s en of them themCaptain themCaptain themCaptain
Captain Greens attempts at batting battingwere battingwere battingwere
were marvelous from a contortionists contortionistsviewpoint contortionistsviewpoint
viewpoint viewpointOwing viewpointOwing iewpointOwing
Owing to the wet ball long hits were
few fev and far between betweenLibrary betweenLibrar betweenLibrary
Library Librar vs s Treasury today It should
be a good game gametor for ducks ducksWARDMAN ducksV ducksWARDMAN
WARDMAN V THE WINNER WINNERThe WINNERThe WINNERThe
The Wardman nrdman Painters baseball club clubefeated
defeated the Brentwood Athletic Club Clubat Clubat Clubat
at Bladensburg Bladensb rg by b 6 to 1The 1 1The 1The
The feature of the game was the
brilliant pitching of Robey Robe who did not notallow notallow
allow a hitshe hit hitThe hitrhe
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MOLLY BRANT HIT HITBOOKS HITBOOKS
BOOKS HARD BLOW BLOWBig BLOWBig
Big Plungers Took Tip andBacked and andBacked andBacked
Backed Her HerASKED HerASKED HerASKED
ASKED FOR LOWER ODDS ODDSLyman ODDSLyman ODDSLyman
Lyman Was Offered 17 to tOIO 10 But Inlisted In Insisted Insisted ¬
sisted Upon 8 to 5 sAthloneRing sAthloneRinging 5Athlone Athlone Ring Ringing Ringiag
ing Case C se DismissedSARATOGA Dismissed DismissedSARATOGA DismissedSAUATOGA
SARATOGA Aug 9 9The The high stool stoolbrigade stoolbrigade stoolbrigade
brigade found their way at the track trackyesterday track3esterday trackyesterday
yesterday anything but a smooth one oneThey onelhey oneThey
They began business with confidence forthe for forthe foJthe
the card was of the sort that justified justifiedhopes jutfiedhopes justifiedhopes
hopes of a succession of breaks in their theltfavor thelIfavor theirfavor
favor but when wh n the fray was over and andbalance andbalance
balance sheets were struck there was a along along along
long list of names of plungers of all alldegrees alldegrees alldegrees
degrees who will be In line line today to col collect collect collect ¬
lect the spoils of their ventures of yesterday yes yesterday yester ¬
terday ter a A canvass among the principal principallayers prIncipallaers principallayers
layers shows that few escaped a acontri acontributton contri contribution contribution ¬
bution to the public publics s profits in fact factmany tactmany factmany
many scored r their worst day of the themeeting themeeth1g themeeting
meeting meetingThe meeth1gho meeting meetingThe
The ho result re > ult of the Delaware Handicap Handicapwas Handicapwas Handicapwas
was especially especlnUycostly costly to the line for fornine fornine fornine
nine out of every eve ten who had a bet on onthe onth onthe
the th race cast their hopes on Molly MollyBrant 1 MollyBrant olIy olIyBrant
Brant Her one previous previouse1ortof effort of the themeeting themetIng themeeting
meeting was wash in the Saratoga Handicap Handicapwhich Handicapwhich Handicapwhich
which was wOn by her stable stabl mate mateCaughnawaga mateCaughl1awaga mateCaughnawaga
Caughnawaga The general opinion of ofthat otthat ofthat
that race was the horse was the one intended In Intended Int ¬
tended t < nded that thatday day and the mare would wouldimprove wouldluproe wouldiptproye
improve on her next time out A fast fasttrial fasttrIal fasttrial >
trial since justified this opinion and to today today today
day railbird students of ofform form followersof followers followersof c cof
of expert opinion and those those who share sharestable i istable Istable
stable Information counted countild her her chances chancesthe chancesthe a athe
the best bet of the day That is what it Itproved itproved f fproved
proved to be for she was in hand all the theway theway c cway
way and won with lot lotto
a to spare spareIn spareIn E EIn
In her present condition and with a areasonable areasonable s sreasonable
reasonable treatment In the weights It Itis ItIs itis
is going to take a pretty shifty horse to tooutfoot tooutfoot tooutfoot
outfoot this mare either at sprinting or orover orover orover
over a distance of ground She always alwayswas alwajswas alwayswas
was the favorite and at a short price pricebut prIcebut pricebut
but the figures quoted were rated lib lJberal liberal a aI
I eral and thousands and tens of thou thouI thousands
I sands f > were risked by her admirers and andthey 1 1they
cashed cashedJ
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J Grant Lyman was W J one of Molly MollyBrants roUyBrants c cBrants
Brants backers and they tell a good goodstory goodstory t tstory
story on him that will cost him many a abottle abottle 3 3bottle
bottle of wine to silence He was in inthe inthe inthe
the ring early and often making a tour tourand tourand tourand
and found 17 to 10 quoted on the card cardof cardof j
of William Jaekman Lyman in a amost amost 5 5most
most polite manner said I would like liket liketo i ito
to t bet 500 but I want S to 5 Jackman Jackmanfor Jackmanfor s sfor
for a 11 moment did not realize that his hispatron hisIJatron hispatron
patron was asking for something below beloxvthe belowthe I Ithe
the odds quoted but when he did he hetowed I Itowed Ilowed
towed very politely poUte and said that the thebet thebet thebet
bet was on It was not until 3Ir 11 Ly L Lman Lyman I I Iman
man reached town and heard the story stor stora I Ias Ias
as a it wan wa passed around that tha he realized realizedWhat I jWhat 1 Iwhat
What had happened It Is not often oftentliat
that that an experienced bettor bettor is caught in intills inthis j
tills g way wayThe wayThe
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The stewards after the races announc announeed announced announced
ed that they had held an Investigation Investigationin I
in the Athlone race both as to the therunning therunning 1
running of the horse and as to the own ownership ownership I e eer5hl1
ership but had failed to find any anyeVi anyeVience evi evidence evi evidence
dence ence that would warrant their taking takingI takingany j jany
any action This probably ends end what whatpromised whatlromised whatpromised i
promised to be the sensation of the theyear theyear theyear
I year for If there is no evidence now It Itis itis I
is i not probable any will be found The Thelayers Thelayers
layers and the bettors are still talking talkingabout talkingabout I
I about the affair however and it will willbe w111be willi I t
be several days before Jim Ryan and andhis i ihis j il i
i his l is coup are forgotten forgottenMaxy forgottenMazy I i
Mazy Iaxy Blumenthals stool has earned earnedthe F Fthe t tthe
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the title of The Foreign Book This Thiscomes i icomes I Icomes
comes from the fact that his list of cus customers cU customers ¬ I
tomers includes in < ludes about all the foreignersthat foreigners foreignersthat foreignersthat I
that are sojourning here John W Y Gates Gatessays Gatl Gatessays > j jsays
says he lays the odds for every nation nationality natIonaHty nationality ¬
ality but the th Irish IrishCharles IrishCharles IrishCharles
Charles Boots Durnell the exjock exjockey exjocley > ¬
ey who was suspended In France a acouple acoupie acouple
couple of years ago had a a good thing thirgfor thh thhfOt thingfor
for his friends today in New Mown Hay Ha I
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one of the eleven that bid for the purse pursein purseIn pursen
in n the th second race He was very busy busyall busyaU busyall
all morning and among those who fell fellfor tellfor fellfor
for his tip was John W Gates whose whoseagents whoseagents whoseagents
agents placed a commission of 5400 5400and o00flt o00fltand OOO OOOand
and George GeorgcBoles Boles who placed 1000 1000straight 1000straIght 1000straightt
straight and a like amount for the place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The filly was never a a factor In the thastruggle thestruggle thestruggle
struggle struggleBellsnlckers struggleBeIIsnickers struggleBellsnickers
Bellsnlckers victory In the third race racewas racewas racewas
was solace sweet for the plungers On Onall O1all Onall
all aides one could lea near tips of one that thaiwould thatwould thatwould
would beat him but when It came to tobetting tobettIng toetting
betting b few were willing to wager he hecould hecould hecould
could be beaten John Walters came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from the clubhouse with a a commission commissionof mmlsslon mmlsslonof
of 10000 and he was fortunate tortungteenough tortungteenoughto enough enoughto
to place the bulk of It at at eten en money moneyLucian moneyLucian moneyLucian
Lucian Appleby ppleby who shares all of oFred oFredBurlews Fred FredBurlews FredBuriews
Burlews good things was down own heavy heavyThe heavyThe heavyThe
The Westerners also Risocast cast their lot with withBurlews withBurlews withBurlews
Burlews colt and led by Johnny Faywent Fay Faywent Faywent
went up and down the line lmeplaclng placing S5CO S5CObills S5Cf S5Cfbills 15110bills
bills wherever they could Dave John Johnson Jo Johnson n nson ¬
son was on the sheets for 15400 5000 at even evenmoney eVEnI eVEnnoney evenmoney
money and 9 to 10 10Amsterdam 10I
Amsterdam sent up about sixty sixtr em emI employ employs
ploys ploy s of the Sanford carpet mills fi J see seeMolly seeMolly seeJfoHy
Molly Brant win the theDelware Del Delaware are Jinndi Jinndicap Iinandlcall 1nndiI
cap and they brought wrli wtY uwarethem them a a bet
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for Ph hundreds r yoP of their f fellow eI workers Y In Inj Inthe
the betting quarters < lu rters they attracted con considerable cant considerable ¬
siderable attention as some of a them themdid themdId themdid
did not know how to place their money moneyOne moneyOne moneyOne
One trio after combining their bank rolls rollscorraled rollsI rollscorraled
corraled a total of 565 65 They timidly ap approached approached appmached ¬
proached the layer and one of oJ them themquietly themI themttuletly
quietly iuletl asked that the money be placed placedon
on Molly Moll Brant ignoring the odds com completely completely coinpletely ¬
pletely After she had won they col collected colrcted colleered ¬
leered their winnings ard sough out a aseat a asent ai
seat on on the grand stand and there they theystayed theyI theystayed
stayed sta ed They were there to back San SanfcIs sllnf
fcIs f 1 Ms mare She hal h u won and they theywere theywere theywere
were all satisfied satisfiedGlowstars satisfiedI
Glowstars victory in the closing closin event eventmust eyertmust evertt
must go on record as ts a lucky luck one He Hej Hewas
was nopelessly outrun In the early earlystages earlystages
stages of the journey and did not give givehis givehis Ive Ivehis
his backers a rav ray of hope until well In Inthe
the last furlong Suffice > was clearly clearlyi
best but she was literally raced off of her herI herI herfeet
feet ff > t by b Miller in a foolish attempt to tokill tokill tokill
kill off of Gambler Properly Prop rl handled that thatis thatis thatisif
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