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2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY AUGUST 26 1906 1906SOME IJO6SOME
SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE AMATEUR OARSMEN I I
NATIONALS PLAY HAVOC HAVOCWITH HAVOCWITH HAVOCWITH
WITH THE NEAR CHAMPS CHAMPSSmith
Smith and Patten Are Each Good For One pne Game From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the RecordBreaking Sox SoxGreat Great Doings at Our OurBall OurBall OurBall
Ball Yard by Washingtons
I V
Flrct gnmtt WfcsMMt v1i1thti v > Chteafo ChteafoSecona Chc c o e eSeco 4 4SecoQa
Secona Seco game o Washington won 4 Ch Chcago Chl Chlcaco CI CIcago
cago 3 3Oh IOh 3Oh
Oh down do1fn dov n below where wr ail II l wo woChicago wcChicg Oe OeChic
Chicago Chic Mir asis i III flier t h rs And nil becaut becautthe Mea Meath buthe
the th Nationals got very busy yetrdi yetrdiafternoen yestei yesteiafternoon 7Mterda7 7Mterda7artemOCn
afternoon out at t th tM tell yard yardstopped PrdV ad adtop aj ajtopd
stopped top the Whit Soxs Sox s personally personallyducted con conducted Co CodueLed
ducted triumphal tour tourIt tourIt tourIt
It will be remembered that tbat th 1 1time Jut Juttim s stim
time tim the U Whit Whte rbft Sox 90 ox played p1a hr here the thewon theon th thWofl
won on only onl one gam gains out of tour Tt Ttone That Thatone Th Thone
one gnm PUM was the beIrInnl beginning of t twinning the thewlnrt ti tiwrnIng
winning wlnrt streak which ha Juua put t them thintt1E i ithe in inth
the th lead of th tbe league lue Thi The visIt the thewon tbeon th thwon
won on one game out oC three and nct thi thigame that thatame thiane
game ame permitted them to break br k tl tlworlds the theworlds tiworIdE
worlds record for th tlM number ot cot cotsecutive conkcuth coicuUv
secutive cuUv game awe won 011 and iid eatabnch eatabnchnew ethUahnew a anew
new worlds world record of OCjetor4ea nineteen Blnete stralgh stralghvictories tralshtIeturies >
victories victoriesIt jetor4eaTwag IeturiesTwu
Twu UBkiJtd Rall8d IeedIt Rall8dIt
It was harsh and unklntl to butt hi hichampionship Into Intochamplnhlp ml mlchampknbIp
championship aspiration and th t1M man maiiifcr manI1H nai21r
iifcr of the U th butting was waa to put it mUdl mUdlrude miIrude lIcIly lIcIlyrudE
rude For bectde bekI winning two straig straiggames trajpt trajptga r1I r1Ith
ga games IT I the th Washington outfit batt battChicagos batted battedhlr8E1 batthleagoi
Chicagos hlr8E1 > four beet pitchers ptther all ove ovethe over overtht ovithe
the iot and if the last game had goo goorlne porlnE go goLine
rlne Inning InnIn they would have had badITHP hadV t ti
i V iiance ITHP anee at FteWer Jones Jon fifth choice choiceAnd chokeAnd choiceAnd
And right here It might ml < ht be aaid Id tha thaono that thatonf thion
ono on Walsh the prkie of the bunch wh whIratl who whohld whI1ti
Iratl had only two runs made oft him 1 Ithe 1the In Inthe
the Iaat sixtythree innings InnIn he pitches pitchesalso pitchedalso pltche1so
also 1so got go hIM hIM good and plenty For whe whethe whftn whftnthe wh whthe
the Nationals had plucked two rune iun 0 0the oft oftthE 0the
the delivery ot Smith in the seventh eventhceurred i ioccurred It ItJCCurred
occurred to Jone that it was time tlm tImetrot t ttrot to totrot <
trot out the beet he had Walsh al h wa waithere wathtrE wathere
there with the good ooda all right rth duringthe during durinthe dur4n dur4nthe
the seventh and the eighth He 1t was al althe all alltht a ath
the th candy and the local fan fans who n ha hagathered bad badgathfred hagathered
gathered in number never before see seeat Men Men8t ae aeat
at American League Park said to eae eaeother each eachLJlhfr eacther
other ther it was 11 all over but the shouting ahouUqNot ahoutIn ahoutInIot shoutingKot
Not Yet Bat Seen SoiiBut SeenBut SHnBut
But not so The batting rally raU whicl whiclcame wbicheamf whlccame
came in the ninth on the part of AVash AVashipgton V VIgton V1i V1i1gton
ipgton was as a goofe ooI an exhibition of ball ballaided bellilde bet betidded
aided < by a slight ascension on the pan panof JMlrt JMlrtor perIf
of If the > White 3ox as a has basbeen been ace aeeihere afltllhfre acehere
here for or a Ion tone tln time With ttb the acer scorfour IICOrefour acerfour
four to two againet them they the batt battout batted battedout bettout
out three runs runa alt ott the Walsh person personand perlIOnand pereorand
and not a man wag out when the win winning winning winning ¬
ning run was aa scored scoredTo scoredTo red redTo
To Smith and M Patten belong bel on a largi largishare Jareshare largshare
share of the honor They pitched xthedged gilt giltedged Kilttdged
edged ball particularly the former wh whwent who whowent whwent
went into the flmt game ta rellev rellevHughe relieveHugbes rellevHughes
Hughes in the second inning after Chi Chicago Chicago ChIcago
cago had scored 1lC N4 three runs nil In th thseven the thenn th5VVCfl
seven nn Inning and a a half he allowed on onfour DIlly DIllyfo ofli oflifcrr
four fo r hits two of which came in th thseventh the theSIn tbwvPnIh
seventh SIn > nlhi scoring rln < Chicagos last run I Iw It ItSmith Iw
w < Smiths Smith hit that scored the winnlni winnlnirun wlnDtn wlnDtnf4l winotulr1
run Case Ca Patten unwound several coil collrnd colis colisnd coilnd
rnd nd caught eauht the Chicago batter therein thereinHis tberelnBis thereinHis
His start might mtht have been better bu buhis but buthii buhis
his finish wa wu strong The bis b big felloe felloestruck tellow5truck feLIottruck
struck out three men and allowed on oobaae onbase one oneb1Be
base on ball bus in the ninth ninthIn ninthIn ninthIn
In addition ad ltlon to the M clever work of th thpitchers the thepitchers tbriltehera <
pitchers it may be said that the WashIngtnn Wash Wubln Waahtigtnn
Ingtnn ln ton team had it Its batting batttA and fleldtni fleldtnieye ftekJln ftekJlneye IeIdtrueve
eye with it yesterday Hickman tor tort tons tonsd
d i ft t two t twobagger two gertI and two singles singlesVnkefleld IdftKl atngtei s sJ
Vnkefleld i J lfftcld ¼ fficld Btahl Cro CroNo and Anderson Andersonhit AnderllOtlhit nderioi nderioihit
hit the > ball hard In all ASTaahtngtoi ASTaahtngtoileaned eVhltoIt3red MtaahlnjtoiIaped
> leaned up tght hteen n hits nine in eact eactf etliume eaciItVt
f iume iumeThe ItVt me meThe meThe
The First Game GameHushes GameHuh GameHughes
Hushes Huh wa was selected lected to pitch the > flrsipim flrsi fttam flrsbut
pim am but right here was WII where Stab Stahmade Stahlmlde Stabniide
made a mistake Itnlce Long Lon Tom did not notprove not notroC noprove
prove roC even a common garden pucsU pucsUto pussltJ puanitJ
tJ the tonnotchers Hahn reached firs firsen ftrt ftrtcn Srifl
en fl an a error Jones Jon sacrificed ertftced and Hahi Hahitofjk Hahntook Hahit
took t iik second cond Isbell singled MId and Hau Hahhadvnneecl Habiadvnneed Hauadvanced
advanced to third thlr Both men came hornrn horn hornon h hon
on rn a wallop allop to center by Davis Dono Donohue DotkJhue Donohue
hue fanned and nd Dougherty was out outAliiser outA111 outAttiser
Aliiser A111 r to atahl 3tahlTit atahlTu StahlIII
Tu Washingtons aahtniton half of the Scat ftr Nil Nilfled NIUtltd NilfEt1
fled out to Tannehlll Jones got hit hitlase hhl h hIae
lase 18 on balls ball but died at second on Altilers Al Altirers AItlzers
tirers infield hit The Th outlaw went u usecond t tffcond tieeond
second and stole tole third on a passed ball ballbut ballbut bailhut
but Cross oro struck out outChicago outChla NILChtcago
Chicago Chla continued her rungetting < If Iftise in inte Iite
te second assisted by b bases on ball ballwhich bsUM bsUMwhich balLwhich
which Hughes H handed Tannehlll am amSmith and andSrlilh amSiith
Smith and a hit by Hahn which scores scorciTnnnehill IICOICJ IICOICJftnrHhlll scoresTtnrehIlI
Tnnnehill About this th time Hushes H b8tl wai waitiken wutkpn waitken
tiken out and Smith took his hi place placeVlth plueYtr placeWlrh
Vlth Ytr h the h odds long on against him Smith Smithassisted Smith8illtt Smithirssated
assisted 8illtt hy brilliant fielding fteidIn < on the pan panof part partor parIf
of If Nut 1l and Altiser and nd almost iropos iroposfible Im Imf ImposI
fible f I lbl 1 catches atc by b Anderson and Hick Hickman Hick1flafl
man prevented prevpnt the Sox from scoring scoringa 8COrin 8COrinaaln cor1na4ain
a aaln tain until the seventh MV th inning inningJones tnnIftCJOBes inningV
V Jones Starts Start4 RallyIn Rally RallyIn RallyIn
In the sixth Inning the lb Nationalawoke National Nat16aaJsa Nationalawoke
awoke a woke to the fact that Smith of Chi Chicago Chicago ChicJgo ¬
cago could be hit With one Oft out Joneisingled Jonei Joneisingled Jonca8111g1ed
singled Altiaer again aln drove an infleld infleldhit Infteldbit Infleldbit
bit which forced Jones at second Crosi Crosihit Cro Crobit Crosihit
hit safely and nd Altiser went to third thirdAnderson thirdAnder80n thirdAnderson
Anderson reached first on an error by bjIsbell byIsben byJabell
Isbell Altiaer scoring Hickmans sin single single n nxle ¬
gle scored Cro CrOM With Ith Anderson ant antCross antCrosa
Cross Cro os on base Stahl had a chance tc itwin tcwin to towin
win thePJRO the game but he hit to Davis whc whcnelded wboft whcfl
ft nelded ldd safely to Donohue and andtbe andtbewas the icon sconWAS iconwas
WAS 3 to S In 1 Chicagos favorTannebUl favor favorTannehlll favorTannebUl
TannebUl singled In the seventh ant antSmith aniSitth
Smith hit Smith Tannehlll eame hoirncn noon noonen
cn IsbeUs hit This TIt ended the seormf seormffor acwtn acwtnfor
for Chicago ChicagoIn
In Washingtons Y Washingtons ns half of the seven aevont aevontWalsh t tWalsh
Walsh al h was 11 substituted Ututed for Smith H Heasily Hieetly <
easily tI tiny sustained med his bl reputation repUtation Warner WarnerSirtth W WraorSiith m mS111th
Sirtth and NUt going out out on easy u lnfie lnfiehits InfleJhits <
hits hi I It looked a as though the game wai wailust w wh31
lust n when Jones Altiaer AJt r and Cross C Cro wen wenout wanOut
out in short order ord r In the eighth But li lithe ivthe
the th ninth Honest HOl t John Anderson startei starteibatting tarteia
A batting ba tUn rally which hlch will long be reniombered reruombered
niombered Jncmbe by the laM an in this th town townHe townHe towiiHe
He hit over second though it lookeas Iookeas <
as though Davis should have handle handlethe handlettiO
the ball without much difficulty dI tcult The1IUckrnan TheiHickman
Hickman H cJuaan who already had two hits t thi this <
hi his credit doubled Anderson going tCilrd Iithird
third D Davi ivI fumbled > d Stahls groundeiand groundeiand
and Anderson scored Warner hit safely safelyscoring atelyecorin eafelyscoring
scoring ecorin Hickman and StAhl went ti tithird iithird
third This tied the score and ther therwas thl therwas > r rwas
was no one out Smith came C me to thibut thib4t
but and lid drove out o ot a pretty single sins Ie be
0
tween first and second scoring s orlng Sta Staand Steand Stl Stlaad
and the winning rUn i iThe IThe fThe
The Score StoreWashington ScoreWlqton ScoreWaaiiiagon
Washington AB ABI ABR AVII1B I R R lB PO As AsNB1 AB ABNIII A ANIH
NB1 JbT lb 4 60 G 0 13 13C 13CJoneeef 1
C CJoneeef Jones Jon ef S 01 0 1 I i iAlttaer fAltJur IAItJZri >
Alttaer AItJZri 3 3 1 f 1 3 3Or 3CreM 3Ores3t
Or CreM Ores3t 3t Ib 4 1 1 a J 3AvI4SnISIII Q QA1tCIenIoftIt
Anderson A1tCIenIoftIt if 4 1 2 2Hickman 2 2Hickman t tHlckmus
Hickman rf 4 1 8 1 f fStahl IStahl 0 0Stahl
Stahl lb 4 1 1 J4 1 1Warner 1Warnr
Warner prn c 4 1 2 4 3 3Hughee 3Iiugheep A AHU
HU Iiugheep Hughee t8li p I I V 1 1O f ICSnitthp 0
O CSnitthp Smith p 4 I 1 1 = 2 2Toin1
Totals M iiiT iiiTChicano 5 U 2T 2TChicago 1J 1 1AD
Chicago AB It lB PO A AHshn AD ADHahn AHahu
Hahn rf r C J 1 1 f fF 0 I IFJOftmCf
F FJOftmCf Jones T0It ef 4 1 I IIsLell f f 1 I IIaieli 0
IsLell 21 4 4Davis 1 2 2Davtia f
Davis Davtia ss ssDonohue 4 c < 1 I IDonobueIb
Donohue DonobueIb lb 3 ZDoughtty I IDoughtitty 0 l
Doughtitty Do Ihetty If Its 3 f f 1 1 I ISuEenc
SMWivn Su SuEenc IVan e I I 1 I 1 1TMureitfli 0
Tfthnehill T nehili 1b i 2 2 1 1 2 2FmIthp
FSmlth F FmIthp Ith p 1 S C 0 0 0Walsh I1
Walsh alab p 1 0 1 2 2Totals 2Totals
Totals T i L 4 4 7 M H 14 14None 145N
5N None out t when winning Inng run r waj wajscored WI WIrecl wa wascore
scored scoredWashington score scoreWashington recl reclWUlftlqtOft V
Washington 03300200 131 J II 0 2113 2113Chiego Si SiChicago Ii IihJca
Chicago 21 1 II 001 1 v vEarned t4 t4Earned
Earned rune runaWashlngton Washington 4 Chicago ChicagiI
1 Twobase hits hltsDayls Davis Hickman HickmanSacrifice HickmanSacrift HlckmaiSacrifice
Sacrifice Sacrift hits blt8l F Jones Dougherty DoughertyTannehlll DoughertTannfhtll Douhert DouhertTannehfll
Tannehlll Left on baes baaeaVuhlnltOft Washington
5 Chicago 7 Firstbase Flr tbue on halls hallsHughe bAJ1sHuShH belleHuahee
Hughe HuShH 2 C Smith 1 F Smith SmithWaTah 1 1Walsh IYalh
Walsh 1 Flr FIrvit t base on errors rorsChleago Chicago
1 Hit by jnitched pitched ball banc C Smith SmithStruck 1 1Struck 1Struck
Struck out outny U By f Hughes 1 by Smith Smithby 1 1Umpire 1by
by F Smith Ii Wild pitchesF SMith Sntit SntitI
1 Tlmo pmel ame1 hour and 10 mlnutM mlnutMUmpirea minutedUmptreOLoughlin
Umpire Umpirea UmptreOLoughlin UmptreOLoughlinThe OLouKhlin OLouKhlinThe Loughlin LoughlinThe
The Second Game GamePatten GamePatt CamePatton
Patton Patt got htm himself lf Into a a hole the thivery thevery th thvery
very first thing in the second gamyHe game gameHe gameHe
He passed ed Hahn Jones went to fire flrsion 1rston fireon
on a fielders ftelder choice and nd Hahn was waisafe weafa
safe > afa at second Isbell hit and every on onmoved one onmoved <
moved ahead one base With Pith the basai basaifull ba8 ba8full beecfull
full Case hit Davis forcing in Hahn HahnDonohuo HhrDonnhuo
Donohuo tiled out to Altiaer Patter Patterwas Pattenwas Pattewas
was generous enerou8 again a ln and passed Dough Dougherty Dougharty
arty 8It filling ftllln the base Sujllvan Suilvea poppet poppetthe popp poppthe
the ball up into the air and WakeHekcaught WakeHek WakeieIcaught
caught It It Though six men hai haireached had ha hamacbed
reached Ant safely tely only one on scored scoredWashington scoredWashington
Washington evened thing up In he hehalf her hehalf
half of the th first Nlll was out on a ft ftto ny nyto flto
to short Jones hit safely rei as did Altlmer Altl A1tIJler Altisac
sac Cross followed with Ith a single singlewhich singlewhich singlywhich
which he tried to stretch into a two twobagger twoba twobagger
bagger ba r but he wa wee eaught at second secondJones secotwiJones nd ndlone
Jones scored Three nits in a string stringbrought strtngbrought strtnibrought
brought Fielder Fie1 er Jones to the rescue rescueand reIJCUeand macniand
and he sent Patterson to the bench benchsubstituting benchlIubMUtuUng benchvsubtitutlng
substituting White Altizer tried U Usteal to tosteal t tsteel
steal home bom on Whites delivery but butwa butout beu
wa u out outPatten outPattens outPatteni
Patten Great Werk WwkChicago WerkChicago WerkChicago
Chicago scored again in the second secondand MCOJMland cecow cecowand
and in the fourth a run in i each Inning In Inningr i iBing
ningr hit bite by Tannehill and Jene Ten be beincr beInE be1n
incr 1n responsible for the tally in i the sec second seeond ¬
ond and a base on balls balls and a two twobagger tobagger twobagger
bagger by Jones for that tlt thai in the fourth fourthBut fourthBut fourthBut
But after the fourth there was noth nothing nothIn teethlng
ing In < doing in the run getting for th thWhite the thehlte thWhite <
White hlte Sox Patten retiring them in onetwo one onetwo onetwo
two three order except in the ninth ninthwhen ninthh
when y h hen n he issued one pa peas paIMINot peasNot s sNot
Not so with the National howeverThey however howeverThey howeverThey
They pulled down a run in the fifth flfthsixth nrthxth fifthsixth
sixth xth and nd seventh Stahl rapped rtLPIH d out t tneat a aneat i ineat
neat twobagger in the fifth am amscored and andIiCOred cciscored
scored on Pattens Patt ns single In Onsixth On thealxth th thsixth
sixth with two out Anderson ftlnglec ftlnglecand singleiand ln led ledand
and came home on Hickmana twobag twobagger tWOMItr twobaggem ¬
gem r The Th winning run was seared on onthreebagger a athr i ithreebeggar
threebagger thr baJiJger by Vakefield who ho cam camhome ea eahome eamihome <
home on a passed pa Hd ball That ended the theruft thi thirun thirun
run getting gettingThe gettingTile gettingThe
The Score ScoreNational ScoreNattonahl I INatlonaig
National AB R H O A ANflifb E ENil XNut
Nil Nut Nflifb 2b I t 0 I I 1 1C 1C I ICJoneect
C CJoneect Jon ef I 1 1 I IAltlaetsa
Altiser AltI Altlaetsa se 4 I 1 1Cree 1Crou I I ICroesi
Cree Croesi Sb X 0 1 3 3Anderson 1 1Ander I IAndersoivIt
Anderson AndersoivIt on If I 1 1 4 0 0Hlekman I IHickman
Hickman rf 2 0 1 1 I 8 8Stahl I IStahl
Stahl lb v I 1 2 7 7akefteld 0 0Wake5ekl
Wakefteld akefteld e 3 1 1 S 1 1Patten 1Patten I IPsttenp
Patten Psttenp px p 2 0 1 t 1 1Total 1TotA I ITotals
Total if ifChicago I t 27 t tChlca
Chicago Chlca AB A R H IL O A E EHahn EHahn EHahn
Hahn rf rfF r 1 2 I 0 0F I IFJoneact
F FJoneact Jones cf cfIsbell S Slabell I 2 I I I IIsbell
Isbell 2 b Th5 fc 4 I 2 2 1 1Dvta I IDvtsea
Davis Dvtsea ss ssDonohve I IDonoh I I 2 2 I IDenohea
Donohve Donoh lb lbDougherty I I It 10 0 0DouShertyJf I IDougherty
Dougherty DouShertyJf If IfSullivan I I I 1 1 I Ic I ISullivue
Sullivan Sullivue e 4 i iTannehlil I I 1 1Tanneblli 1 1Tannehl
Tannehlil Tanneblli Sto I 4 1 1Patteraon 1 2 I IPttNOft I IPatterson
Patterson p I 6 6White 8 0 I t tYhtte I Ihtte
White htte p p 1 1Rohr 8 < ft 1 i I IRohr I IHohr
Rohr RohrW1tth i 9 9Walh I I I I I IWaIsie
Walh 1 1Totals 8 0 I I ITota I ITotals
Totals Tota I i S Si 14 14Batted i iBatted I IBatted
Batted for White ia ninth inning inningBatted InlngBatted InningBetted
Batted for Hahi m n ninth inning inningWashington InnlpgVhlngton innipgWashington
Washington 1 0 I I 1 1 1 t IChicago X XChicago xl xlChleaco
Chicago 1 1 G 1 0 0 0 0Earned
Earned arn d runs niM runsWashington Washington aahlngt n 2 Chlca ChlcaKG ChlcaKGTwobaM
2 1 Twobase hits IdtaP F Jones Stahl Hick Hickman Hlekman HIekman
man Threebase hit hltVakenekl WakefleW Sac Sacrlflce Saertllce ac acrifle
rlflce rifle hits hitsNUl Nill F P Jones White h It e Doublplays Double DoublePlayaAltlzer DoubleplaysAttizer
plays PlayaAltlzer Altizer and Nut Tannehill ant antbonoh an anDonohue And AndDonohue
Donohue bonoh e Left on bases buesWuhington baeesWeahIntonI Waahlngtoi
4 I Chicago Chlca o 5 First t baa base on balls baUsPat baUsPatten Pat Patten
ten S i White i 3 hits off Patterson in ininning 1 1InnlnK i iInning
inning 6 hits off White hlte In 7 InningsFlit Innings InningsHit InnlnglHit
Hit by b pitched ball bAlIPatten Patten 1 White 1 1Struck 1Struck IStruck
Struck outPatten 4 White hlte 4 Wllpitches Wll WIklpitchesWhite lld lldpltcheshlte <
pitches pltcheshlte White 1 Time Tlmel 1 hour and andminutes 4 4minutes oM oMminute
minutes Umpire Um UmireOLough1in UmireOLough1inIjill ireOLoushlin ireOLoushlinOR OLoughlin OLoughlinOF
OR HUTCHINS IN 1 CHARGE CHARGEOF AIIGE AIIGEOF
OF WISCONSIN I8UM8IkTHETES I8UM8IkTHETESFormer mmFormer mm kTHLETESFormer
Former Syracuse Instructor Will Re Reform Reform Reform
form Sports at Western Uni University University University ¬
versity versityCHICAGO versityCHICAGO versityCHICAGO
CHICAGO August Au at 3i J5Athletes Athletes at V thcUniversity th thUniversity
l University of Wisconsin I eonsln will thi this yea yeabe yearbe
I be under the charge of Dr Charles Pel Pelton Pelton Peiton
ton Hutchins late of o Syracuse Univer University Unlverl Uiversky
l sky following the new athletic schem schemdevised schenyydeeleed
I devised by the regents namely to giv givall givtviii
all the students opportunities for ath athletlc athletic athletic
letic work fOrk Dr Hutchins was engage engageto
to engineer the plan and will take the thireins thereins
reins in hand when the fall semester semesteopens semestevopens
opens opensDr opensI opensDr
I Dr Hutchins who i Is a Columbiagraduate Columbiigraduate
graduate i ia welt 4 niified lifted for the place placof piactof
of physical dlrocto He was captai captaiof captatrof
of the baseball teim to em at Columbia ii
r 1363 and after taking hly hi medical inBrooklyn ii iiBrooklyn
Brooklyn In 17 took gymnastic gfu uUe worl worlunder worliunder
under Dr W G Anderson now o oYale otYale
Yale He was director of physical train training traInIng training
ing at Dickinson College Pa for tw twyears twcyears
years and for the last three years ears habeen ha haybeen
been been 1 cLaree at Syracuse S1racuseQ yracu3e yracu3eV V V Vri
Q ri
HUSTLING HUSTLINGFOR FOR REGATTA
Clarence D Darla who la clinirman of the transportation commit committee tommittee t ttee ¬
tee of the Middle States Itegatta is admirably adapted to the place placeowiag pltWtowhS pleetowing
owing to his III long experience with the Sowthern railroad with which he heis heis heIs
is at present affiliated His HI position po ltion ia 1 difficult to Jill and the duties dutiesare dutiesarc dutleaare
are very ery trying but Mr Davis ia i confident that there will be no hitch hitchin hitchin hitchin
in the transporting of the crews and the delicate racing craft cmaftof of the thevisiting thevisiting thevisiUng
visiting oarsmen Beaide being a hustler in the governing 1I rniBK body of ofthe oftbc ofthe
the Potomac Boat Club Mr Davis ia a single sculler of no 0 mean ability abil ability AbUitr ¬
ity and will ill make his debut in the junior single scull event on Labor LaborDay LaborDaJP LaborDM3
Day
I
NE YORK TAKES TAKESI TAKESTO
I TWO FROM NAPS NAPSGJriffiths NAPSGriffiths
Griffiths Highland Laddies LaddiesShut LaddiesShut LaddiesShut
Shut Out Larrys Larrupers LarrupersTwice LarrupersTwice LarrupersTwice
Twice by 2 to 0DETROIT 0 0DETROIT ODETROIT
DETROIT SCARES ATHLETICS ATHLETICSLowe
Lowe Fracture Nose N e With His Own OwnBunt OwnBuntBeaneaters OwnBuntBeaneetere
Bunt BuntBeaneaters Beaneaters BURch Singles Singlesia
ia Sixth and Win WinNEW WinNlaV WInNKW
NEW YORK Aug 25 iThe The New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York American won both game pm mes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the double header today shutting out outthe outthe outthe
the Cleveland in both contests by the thesame tbeme thesame
same me score IICOre acore2 2 to 9 In the flfot ft flst t game gameDoyle gameDoyle me meDoyle
Doyle a recruit from a minor league leagueheld leapeh1d leagueheld
held the heavy beav hitting hJt hltUn Blues Dlu down to tosix toIx tosix
six Ix hits while in the second contest contestClark contestClarklOn contestClerkaun
Clark ClarklOn on proved invincible invi Clble Scores ScoresNew Sear Searlew ScoresNew
New York R H O A A E BConroy EConro EConroyeC
Conroy Conro ConroyeC ef c 1 1Keeler I 4 4Kee 0 I IKeekr
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I base on errors erroraNew New York 2 Time of ofgam ofgame i iJIm
game JIm 1 hour and 40 minute Umpire UmpireSheridan UmpireSheridan II IISheridan
Sheridan AttendaneeCOM AttendaneeCOMSECOND AUeDCIancelSECOND Attendance Lob LobSECOND
SECOND CJAME CJAMECleveland OAlECle IAMECt1eeland
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Cleveland CI < eland 1 Base on balls ballsOtr Off Clark Clarkson Clnrkt Clarkson
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New York 8 Cleveland 3 Umpire UmpireSliorldan Umpire UmpireI UmpireSheridan
I Sheridan Attendance AttendmceliOOO 17000 Time Tlm of ofgame otgame1 Ofgamei
game game1 1 hour hourand and 40 minutes minutesChampions minutesCbampions minuteSChampions
Champions and Tigers GoV Go GoTwelve GoTwelve
V Twelve Innings in Mud MudPHILADELPHIA MudI MudPHILADFLPHLL
PHILADELPHIA Pa Aug 25 SThe STheJoeals 25Thelocals The Thelocals
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locals beat Detroit today In a twelve lweheI twelveinning twelveinning
inning game played on a field that was wasreally wasreally wasreally
I really a sra of mud Lowe met with a apeculiar RpecuUar apeculiar
peculiar accident fracturing fracturln his noso by
a ball bIIUwblch which he I had Just hunted d The Thepo Thepool
po pool r condition eo ditlon of the fl field M prevented ptedptayt the theplaying theplaying
playing ptayt of the second game of UM UMscheduled 1MheduNd IMicheduled
scheduled heduNd doubllieadr dou acter The T e eDetroit ecoro ecoroDetroit ecoeaDetroit
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Twobase hits htuHt Hwtsel el Schreck First Firstbane Flr8tM1M Tintbase
bane on balls baUo Off < Donovan 2 off Wad Waddell Wddell Waddeli
dell 5 First base on errors ermonDetrotts rro Detroit DetrottaJ
3 Athletics 2 Left on ha basesDetroIt basesDetroItLI Detroit Detroitin
in 1 Athletics Athle ca 12 1 Sacrifice hits hlaDavla hlaDavlabold hUeDavisSoyboid Davis DavisSeybold
Seybold bold Stolen bas besesOldr1ng eOldr1n s Old ring Lied Lindsay LlndailY Liedsay ¬
say Struck out outBy By Donovan 9 by byWaddell byVaddell byWaddeli
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OLeary Schaefer and nd Lindsay Wild Wildpitch WIldpitchDonovan WndpltchDonoan
pitch pltchDonoan Donovan Umpires UmptrConnolly Connolly and andEvan aMJvanfl d dEvans
Evan Time of game KDm game2 2 hours and 10 10minute 10minute SOminutes
minute Attendance Attendancet Attendance4hhlMeAleers I11C I11CMcAleers 111 111McAleers
McAleers Braves Beaten BeatenBy BeatenBy BeatenBy
By Jimmy Collins Crew CrewBOSTON CrewBOSTON CrewBOSTON
BOSTON Aug 25 2BotIton Boston won on from fromSC tromSf fromSt
SC St Louts today in a close game The Thetetun Theteam
team bunched bun < hM hits in the sixth andscored and andscored and1tC0reCl
scored two run runs putting the game on onIce onlee onice
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Lou Louis 1 First base ba on balls bansOft Off Tanne Tannehill Tannehill Tannehilt ¬
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Tannehill by Howell 5 Twobase hit hitNile hits hltNUN hitsNilee
Nile Ferris Hemphlll Sacrifice hits hitsSpencer hitsSpencer hitsSpencer
Spencer Hayden lVtYdCflVStolen Stolen base baeeHa baeeHaden baseHay baseHayden Hay Hayden
den Double plays playsParnt Parent Ferris and andUrimshaw AndGrimshaw andLlnlmshaw
Urimshaw Parent and Grimshaw Um Umpire UmpireHurst UrnplreHiirst ¬
pire pireHurst Hurst Time Tlmel 1 hour and M min minutes mlnuteas mm mmtites ¬
utes Attendance Attendance6J8 Attendance6J8NEW Attendance64SNEW 6487 6487NEW
NEW ENGLAND PiTCHERItT PITCHER PITCHERAT PITCHERAT
AT TWENTYFIVE CENTS CENTSBROCKTON CENTSBROqJTON CENTSBROCJTON
BROCKTON BROqJTON Mas Mass Aug Au 35On On th thspur thc thcsteer < i ispur
spur of the tbe moment J J Madsen Mad en one of ofthe oCtho ofthe
the directors of the Holyoke club of offered offered offared ¬
fered Pitcher Carson Hedge for sale to toC toC toC
C J Danaher for a quarter and the theoffer theoffer theaffer
offer was immediately accepted acceptedDo aeceJatedDo acceptedDo
Do you ou want to buy bu Carson Hodge Hodgeasked Hodgeas Hodger Hodgerssutd
asked as ted Madsen as the two men stood stoodtalking stoodtaHdnS etoodtalking
talking together V Yes Ye I would ould like to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy him pnswered Danaher Whatspour Whats Whatsyour hats hatsour
your our price Ill sell him for a quar quarter quarter quartar ¬
ter the Holyoke man replied laugh laughingly laughIngly laughingly ¬
ingly Youre on said Danaher On Onthe Ontlte Onthe
the back cf an old envelope Madsen Madsenwrote Madsenwrote Madsenwrote
wrote the following word ords I hereby herebysell hereb herebsell herebyveil
sell Carson Hedge to C J Danaher of ofNew ofNew ofew
New ew Haven for the sum um of 25 cents centsThe cent centThe centsThe
The money mone wa was Immediately produced producedby producedby producedey
by ey Danaher and as quickly pocketed by byMadsen byMadsen byIadaen
Madsen Hedge was as to t have Joined the theNew theNew theew
New ew Haven team Wednesday Wtdn8 d83 but the thecaptain thecaptain theaptain
captain of the Holy < ue e team kicked so sostrenuously sostrenuousl sottrenuousiy
strenuously strenuousl declaring he was not con consulted conI contulted ¬
I suited in the transaction that Danahor Danahorsays DanherJ Denahrtaye
J says he will not force Holyoke to give givethe gt gtthe giveLhe
the player up Just what Madsen had hadin had11ft hadLn
in mind when he made this offer oer is not notknown notknown notmown
11ft known mown since no mention of a joke has hasbeen hasheen hasccn
been ccn maria <
WILL RECEIVEOARSMEN RECEIVED RECEIV OARSMEN OARSMEN
F Russel Inlenvood a wellknown lawyer with ith officts tin in the theColorado theColorRdo theColorado
Colorado building is chairman of the Middle jddl States Regatta reception receptioncommitte receptioncommittee receptioncommittee
committee He is an athlete of note having been a Moat moe active activemember activemember activemember
member of the famous old Cotamoia Athletic Club before fore he Joined the thePotomocs thePotomaca thePotoinacs
Potomocs Mr Underwoods tack ig i no light Hl t on one one and his ig I the duty dutyof dutyof dutyof
of receiving the visiting oc OEr oarsmen rumen men and betttowing betltowt on fl th them m the t welcome welcomeand we1eomemd welcomehospitality
and hospitality of the locil boating fraternity traternlt
RAINEYS DE MUNO MUNOWINS MUNDWINS
WINS RiCH STAKE STAKEi1illionaire STAKEMillionaire
Millionaire Owner Had Heav Heavily HeavilyPlayed LleavilyFlayed ¬
ily ilyPlayed Played His HighPricedLenbn HighPriced HighPricedLentfm HighPricedLem
Lentfm Lem n For First FirstDOLAN FirstDOLAN FirstDOLAN
DOLAN FOOLS PLLJNGERBacked PLUNGERS PLUNGERSBacked LUNGERSi LUNGERSiBacked
Backed t to Capture First Fir1 Proved Pr vd a G GThing GeM GeMTJtiBg GEThing
Thing Gone Wr Wr1Se1arwyek Wr1Se1arwyekSteeplecue WrengBeverwyckSteeplachise f Bevarwyek BevarwyekSteeplechase
Steeplechase Best of f Ssaoa SsaoaBACKTRACK S SJlACJtTRACK SeasenaACXTRACK
BACKTRACK Saratoga X Y Au AuHoavUy Ana A A5HvUy
5HvUy 95 Heavily backed by b hi his young you mO mOItonalre mD11onbo mUItonshe
Itonalre owner in ii a final effort to wii wiiback Iback nhbeck
back the small fortune he baa cost costPaul eo costaut t tVaut
Paul aut Hainey ltalne Vg s HftOuO wo lemon mon De Mund Mundwen MundWfn Mumiwcn
wen the 1000 lZ 12000 United Stales Hotel HoirStake HotelStAke Hot HotStakes
Stake here hft e thi th this afternoon afternoonRalney atteOOftRainey afternoonRainey
Rainey took fully fttOfti 200ei cut of thring th tho thoring thiring <
ring on his h coif colts victory getting a prle prleranging prkranln pricyranging
ranging ranln from 5 to 2 to 11 to 5 5 Yank Yankvlun YankGun Ysnkei Ysnkeilen
Gun which was w wa 4 heavily played seeon seeonchoice ascent 1D4choke ascentchoice
choice wa wu never a contender nniahio nniahioway nq nqwa flntahhway
wa way back hi the ruck ruckKilling ruckKi1l reckKilling
Killing Ki1l n Didnt Work WorkRight WorkRight WorkRight
Right at this lh outset th the John W dates CMUeJohn Oat OatTohY datesJoInt
John A A Drake DrakeCharles Charles G Gates Gat crow crowiin crowIn crowt crowtIn
in the th club house came upon a nnarrta nnarrtabloomer ftnardlbloon finaeeIabloomer
bloon bloomer when h n they scratched acrat hed Penryhn Penryhnowned Penryhno Penryhuwned
o owned wned n6d by Drak tnd went to t Jack Phi Philips Phtlips PhlU
lips U threeyearold Jack Dolan Dqlan whit whrhas wboh whitlees
h has been saved ved up the last two OIt1w OIt1wfor month monthfor ienthi ienthifor
for a killing Phillips got the mil millionalre mltIkonalre mUknaire
lionalre plungers to put vut ut down a chuuhmoney chunk chunkof chunkor
of money on bft Dolan Hi H finished fourth fourthThe fourthThe fourthThe
The ifeverwyck SeeplecAa Handicap Handicaiproved Handicapproved Handleniproved
proved to be the best jumping rar ra rare eveseen eve ever everwen eveiseen
seen on thi this field ftel It went to Charlei CharleiPnser Charley CharleyP CharlePfizers
Pnser er1I Hereulold a I to 5 favorite b ba ba by byI >
a I head Finnegan and Ray Ray fought tOU lt it out outfor out outfor ouior
for or the leadership and Finnegan o nnelrl1 won wonwith woswith on on1th
with 1th Herculold HereuloldThe HerculoldTM HerculoldThe
The Saratoga Cup worth 37500 75M wentto went wentto wealto
to E R Thomas Meddler Meddl < horse ho Gc GcBetween GoBeteen k kBetween
Between at 2 to 5 i The most remark remarkable remutable remarkable ¬
able thing about the race was the trn trnof trend trendof trencSc <
of the betting betttn Bookmaker Lichtenstelr Lichtenstelrand Llchtenatelnnd Lichtenstlrend
and nd Henrv Hanff opened the bettinj bettinjwith betUn betUnwith bettiniwith
with Sir Huon at 6 to 5 and Go Between Betweenat Betw n nat
at 4 to 5 i Suddenly the report rq Ort went wentaround wentarouad weniiround
around that Sir Huon had gone lame lameand lameand lameend
and then his hS price soared around 3 tc tcI
1 I to win at the close He ran a remark remarkable remarkabl remarkible ¬
abl able race rac for a lame horse horsePat honePat horsePat
Pat Clvills Orly II with Radtke un unwas U UWitS uiwas
was made the favorite in the fifth race raceRudtke raefRlidtke raceFtcdtke
Rudtke put up a a bad looking ride anc ancOrly and andOrly an anDrly
Orly II finished in the ruck The winner wlnneiturned winnerturned wlnnevturned
turned up in Ostrich at 4 to 1 1First L LFlrt 1 1First
First race raceSelling Seeing for threeyear threeyearaid threeyearelds
aid elds six furlongs Nealon 113 Du Dugan Dugan Duan
gan an 6 to 1 won Watergra Watergraaa 101 101Homer 101Hornw 10 10Homer
Homer 7 to 1 second Annetta Lady LadyKent LadyII
II 1 Kent 10 to 1 third Time TimeIH TimeL14
IH 11445 46 Jack Dolan Qivonni Balerio BalerioRoyal Baler1oRoyal Balerloloyal
Royal Sceptre Stole Court Martial MarU Sly SlyBen SlyBen Slynec
Ben Hocus Pocue and Snow Sno also ran ranSecond ranSecond ranSecond
Second race raceBeyerwy Beverwyck Steeple Steeplechase Steeplechase Steeplehase
chase for fouryearolds and upward upwardabout uJwardabout upwardtbout
about two and onehalf miles mil Hercu Herculoid Hereulold Eercuold
old 157 Finnegan 3 to S won wonPhantom wonPhantom wonhantom
Phantom 142 Ray Ra 9 to 1 second secondGfttebell JIeOOndGatebell second3atebehl
Gfttebell 14S 14 Owens 8 to x third thirdTime thirdTime thirdrime
Time 521 Mackey Dwyer also ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Third race raC6Unlted United States Hotel HotelStakes HotelStakes Rotetakes
Stakes takes for twoyearolds six furlongs furlongsDe furJO lL lLDe
De e Mund 12 1 Radtke 11 to 5 won wonArcite wonArelte wonrcIte
Arcite rcIte 117 Troxler I to 1 second secondVox secondVox secondox
Vox ox Populi 112 Knapp 10 to 1 third thirdTime thirdTime thirdrime
Time 114 Paumonok Don Enrique EnriquelUtheuo EnriqueAltheuo lanriqueUtbeuo
lUtheuo Marathon Prince Hampton Hamptoniankee HllmptonYankee Hamptonankee
Yankee Gun and Lord Lovatt also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race raceSaratop Saratoga Cup for three threer threeyearold threeearoids
yearold r earolds and upward one and three threequarter threequ threelurtor
qu quarter rter miles Go Between 121 121Shaw 121Shaw 121Shaw
Shaw 2 to 5 won Sir Huon 111 113Troxler 111Troxler 111Troxier
Troxler IS to 5 second Samson 111 113Miller 111Mlller 111Miller
Miller S to 1 third Time 30525 30525Only 106 25 25nly 5 5Only
Only nly three starters startersFifth startersFifth tartersFifth
Fifth race1 T8 rseSeI1ing eSe1llng Selling for threeyear threeyearlids threeyearolds thrseyearIde
lids Ide and upward one mile Ostrich OatrlcblOti
106 011 Miller 4 to 5 won Jocund 101 101Finn 101Finn 101Finn
Finn 7 to 2 second Aaelina 9f Gar Garner Garner Geter ¬
ner er 12 I to 1 thirn Time 14035 14035Woolwich 14035Yoolwlch 14035Vootwich
Woolwich Lady Ellison El1l oll V WrenneSociety Wrenneociety Wrenne VrneSoclety
Society Bpd Australina Woodsaw WoodsawDrly Woodsawrly oodsaw oodsawOrIy
Drly rly II All Right Delmor Celerea Celereareirdaome Celer CelerWelrdsome CeleresVeirdeome
reirdaome and Busy Blzz lazy aJtM iio > ran ranSixth nuLSixth iceSixth
Sixth race ra raceFor eFor For twoyearolda six sixurlongs sixfurlongs sixurlongs
urlongs Conville 122 1 Miller Mmerwon even evenvon evenron
von Grimaldi 117 Knapp Knapll 11 to fi fiiccond 6Becoml Second
iccond Yankee Girl 114 Dugan 4 to tothird toI tothird
I third Time 115 High Jumper and andteldemo IUI4Deldemo andlelderno
teldemo also ran ranEntries ranEntries ranntries
Entries for Monday MondayFirst MondayFirat MondayFirst
First race raceSeven Seven furlongs Phalanx PhlanxLa
113 13 La Oarsman 110 Bertha E 37 7 Axailaa AxailaaColumbia I taa taag
1411 g Columbia Colum la Girl Ml Bajron B n E ahor br h hBroadcloth Ml Mlbroadcloth illrosdcloth
broadcloth 101 Ed Ball 103 1 Bryan 108 1083dith 1418EdIth BKdith
EdIth dith James 91 Bribery W VarletlM varieties
100 09 0 Silver Wedding eddlng 103 163i Woodsman lOS
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Dtaobedtent t at 4 Woodamw w Itt 1 C CHeidrirt Gu GuHetd Ge GeNeldirra
Heidrirt Hetd > na let I Anile 111 111Second ltL8econd fliSccond
Second nteeAbout race About two and oneha onehamiles on oaeha1t oaeha1tmt hal halmile
mile mt miles Pnl P Jon 10 Jones 14 Waterford Wa ford 142 142SandAlwood J42kn4lwoo4 l4 l4endIwoo
SandAlwood endIwoo 13 Ja l Ltgero lit Pytltoa
110 Maximilian ISO Belligerent 130 130Balsac 1JIBac 1 1Baleac
Balsac 159 Pioneer ISO Come In 130 130Third 1Third 130Third
Third race ra raee8iz Ax furlongs Gteahan GteahanM6
M6 11 There They Off 114 Lally lAU Ml Um Umbrtfla TImbUa thabrafla
brtfla MO Dry Dollar 3f Sir Wllliaji WllliajiJohnson WUItamI WUJInIishneon
Johnson I hftaon 1i 1M Veronique Vr ftlque 8f J C Con Core CoreID ConFourth
133 IDFourth
Fourth race raeOne One mil ntiie Ben Ban let letGrapple MIGrpplf 101Grapple
Grapple 101 l Ed B 1111 1L Iftt Id t Right Ron
101 10 Disobedient 91 Fustian 98 6 Re ReLeaf Red RedLear ReJea
Leaf Jea 1M JO > Wrenne it Gary CaITFlftb 91 91Fifth KFifth
Fifth race racelive Five ve afi onehalf fur furtongs turHaneUJO tntlesegs
tongs < HarnsllJOI 1arreIiJ Standard St < Oil Iflt IfltAnlroua 1 14rlmus 101Arimus
Anlroua id Handsome Hallt OlDe Belle 34 Colonel CotoneJack ColonelJack ColoruJack
Jack 104 Riprap 37 Ironton 17 Man ManD0a Kartooea MarlDoss
Doss 14 Mitre Jt JW Russell R aeU T TRo1 104 104Royal 304Royal
Royal Ben 99 Vacharls Y bt1s 107 JohnstonsIlerveg Johnstown JohnstownHereto JobutownII
Hereto II Ilerveg MS Plausible Plau lble 99 Knight ot otlvanbo of ofIVan 0 0Jvanboe
lvanbo IVan 97 T Daisy Dal Frost 99 Dissent DissentIgtcaohee t tncahN 39 39Inca
Inca ncahN hee 105 105Sixth 305OIxth 06 06Slxtb
Sixth race rae maeeOm Oni mile n and one furlong furlongTyron rurloncTyron tuned tunedTynon
Tyron Ill Peter Sterling 135 Marttt MartttDoyle fart fartDoIe XarthDoyle
Doyle IS Bivouac BivouaeL MO Sonoma ono oaoma Belle Belleli BelleIJe BalkIll
li Ill Sailor Boy Bo 15 Yorkshire Lad 122Seventh 122 U28foventh 222Seventh
Seventh race raceF1ve Five and onehalf fur furlongs furIangs
1 longs True I Jaas aa 99 Vaquero 107 107Thtatle 1OJI11 101Thistle
Thistle I11 tIe Seed MB Berkeley Berkle M5 Dam DamFortune DanulYDrtUDf DeanTortuna <
Fortune 99 Sophie Carter M Work anPlay an anPlay and andPIaI <
Play 103 1 Edward Everett 96 Con Cori Coria CoriaPrice ConPrice
i Price 94 Lady Coventry 99 Puissant
107 Hiram Bimm 102 Air At AIrs M Pepper an anSalt anl anlSalt anSait
Salt Salt 94 Fish Hawk 39 Mortiboy 97 97Oeonm 1CIeorJN 31George
George B lot Sally K 105 105Weather 1 1Wnther 101Weather
Weather cloudy track good goodLATONIA coocLor goodii
ii or i LATONIA RESULTS RESULTSCINCINNATI RESULTSCINCINNATI I Ii ICINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Aug S Two Two favor favorlies tavorIt8 favorites
lies won at Latonla today Nice rod rooNfour rode rodetour rodfour
four winner Track fast fastFirst t tFint testPIrst
First race raceOne One mU mile n Liberty Mo Ma1K
101 1 Boland JO to 1 1 won Falkland Falkland10S FalklandJII
10S Kic Rica I to 1 second MUadi iIadI Love
101 Miller 4 to 1 third Time TI 142 142Second 142Stcon4 142Second
Second race rareFIve Five and onehalf fur furlong furI furlong
I long Bonart UO N1eot Klcol 7 to 5 5 won wonTriumphant wonTriumphant wonTriumphant
Triumphant 104 Scovllle 10 to 1 sec second econd second
ond Demo 16 iPorrett Perrett 4 to 1 third thirdTime tblrdrime thirilTime
Time IKK 100Third IKKThird 108Third
Third race raSix Six furlong urlon Lady Lad Hen Henrietta Henriet Henrietta
rietta riet 103 1 Aubuchon 14 to 1 won wonMayor wonlayor wonMayor
Mayor Johnson JohlUlOD 103 Homed 10 to J 1 1second I Isecond
second The Thrall Thi ii 110 Truebel S to tothird I Ithird iI iItbl
third tbl Time T1m 115 115Fourth 11sFourth 115Fourth
Fourth race raceOne One mile handicap De Devout Devout Davout
vout 111 Nicol NI S to 1 1 won Mua MuaDoyle M1uDoyle MisDoyle
Doyle 100 1W Perrett 7 to 2 second secondAlma MCODdAlma econdAkna
Alma Dufour UO J Daly S to i I third thirdTime thirdflm thirdTime
Time flm 1 1Fifth 1il 1ilIStth 40 40JItth
Fifth race raeeFlve Five and onehalt fur furlongs furlones furlongs
longs Friction Itt Nicol 21 to G Gwon 6 6won 1 1won
won Zinfandel Itt 1 Treubel 3 to 5 5second 5 5MCOnd I Isecond
second Sainrida 97 Keys 9 to 1 third thirdTime thirdTime thirdTime
Time 1HK3 1HK3Sixth 1 10 G61 G61xth S0 S0Sixth
Sixth xth race lIUes Six x furlons turlon Mansard 9 9fScoviUf 17 175elU I IScville
fScoviUf 5elU 2 to 1 1 won Roecoe KM KMAubuchon 1tO 1tOAubuchon 10Aubuchon
Aubuchon 7 to 1 1 second Toupee 9 9Perkins fl flPerkins I IPerkins
Perkins 10 to 1 1 third Time Tlm 113 1 13 40 40Seventh Ii IiSev 41Seventh
Seventh Sev nth race raceOne One mile Postman PostmanW6 PMtmn1M
W6 Nlool 7 to 5 5 won Red Thistle
103 Treubel 2 to 1 second Stroud 11 11Boland 114 114Boland 11Boland
Boland 7 to 1 third Time 14035 14035OH 140 14034BERY8 15 15BERWYNS
BERWYNS TIED SCORE SCOREI SUOREEll
I OH Ell HMStLES ERRRW ERROR ERRORHyattsvllle ERRORSw
W L PetHyattsvlile PC Pet PetHyattsvUle
16 10 10II 101I 101I1Aurel 011 011Laurel
Hyattsvllle HyattsvllleLaurel
Laurel LaurelBerwyn II 11 11Berwyn J S SBerwyn
11 14 10Brentwood 44 44Brentweod
Berwyn BerwynBrent
Brent Brentwood wood 10 2 2BRENTWOOD Ii 50 50BRENTWOOD a aBRENTWOOD
BRENTWOOD Aug An 34 tLDarltMas Darkness in IaterYned intervened intervened
tervened In the fifth innia lang of today todaygame toda todasame toatayigame
game between Hyattsrlllo and Brentwood Brent Brentwood Brentwood
wood with the score 8 8Had 11 11Had 33Had
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backed up Leaktn they th y would oulcl undoubt undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubiedly
edly have ba ve scored cored an easy sy victory That Thatwir Thatt1rl a atwirler
twir twirler r had allowed only one hit whet whetthe whetthe hen hentbe
the game was called while Payne wa wajtouched watouohed nattouohed
touohed up for seven Both team t fletd fletded 4e1cltd 1ie 1ieed
ed badly The onlv feature was a doubti doubtilay doUDaeplay t1oubeplay
play lay by Lean Darnall arnII maJl and aDdThe Mangun Mangunhe MangumThe
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GREERIS GREER IS ENTERED ENTEREDIN
IN IODLESTATES IODLESTATESSends MIDDLE STATES STATESSends STATESSends
Sends Letter Saying He Will WillPositively WillPositively ill illPositively
Positively Row Here on onLabor onLabor onLabor
Labor Day DayWELCOME DayWELCOME DayWELCOME
WELCOME FOR FAIHMONTS FAIRMONTSPefcomacs FAIHMONTSPotomacs FAIHMONTSPeoniacs
Pefcomacs Anxious for Another Chance Chanceat Chanceat Chanceat
at M Men a Whe Beat Em en a July ly 4 4Aaslwtans IAualeetanl 4Analoetans
Aaslwtans High Hi Stroke StrokeWith ShekeWith StrokeWith
With the great Middle State tats Regatta Regattaonly ReKttonl Regattaonly
only onl a little lit tie over a week off o there is a adecided a aed adecided
decided ed activity along the river rt aide aideAt ide ideAt Id IdAt
At the two local boathou boathouses not only onlyare onlyare onlyare
are the men engaged la U ti e coaching coachingand CVltchingand caclingand
and training LralGIn of their crews crew but they theyare theyae they4O
are 4O cleaning clf J house ho for the crews crewswhich crwlbleb erewewhich
which bleb are coming co all the pleasure craft crafthave cratthave crafthave
have been put away until after the bigevent big bigevent bigevent
event and the racfe rac rccs are bare await awaiting aUIIl1 awaitlog ¬
log the first arrivals arrivalsSuperintendent arrivalsSuperintendent n1v n1vSUJCrintendent
Superintendent Bromley of the Poto Polomaca Potomac Potomae ¬
mac ha has procured two large trucks truckswhich fTUCklwhich truckswhich
which will be used to transport the rac racIng racline racIng
Ing sheila sheii hell from tb the train to the boat boathouse oo1thoutte hothouse
house and nd the tb reception r cepdoa committee un under under under ¬
line
der the chairmanship of 7 Russel Un Underwood Inderwood Underwood ¬
derwood has been working hard to see seethat seeI seethat
I that there will be no hitch In the ul uloomlnc el elcoming e1coming
coming of the visiting oarsmenGreer oarsmen oar8llMr1Greer ocremenGreer
Greer Will Appear AppearChairman AppearChalnnn AppearChairman
Chairman Clarence D Davis of the thetransportation thetranporta thetransportation
transportation tranporta Oft committee has also 1iIo been beena
a very busy man answering all the in inquiries jnqulI1t inquirics ¬
quiries > and making arrangements entJI One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the tb most pleasant communication conununicaIfUrecetVtcl CommunieatlflSreceived a arerelv
rerelv received d by b him wa wu a letter from Fred FredOreer redGreer FredGreer
Greer last years champion in which heMated he hestated hetated
stated thAt be would arrive n1ve In Washing Washington WuhlngInn ¬
ton on August Au ut St It 1 in company with hi hiclubmate hiclublnat hir hirciuhinate
clubmate and rowing partner Guild GuildThin GuildTiWI GuildThis
Thin positively pOMtlv ty answers contrary reports reportscirculated rportHclreulated rpontHcirculated
circulated during the week to the effect effectthat ttrect ttrectthat effectthat
that Oreer will not row here as he hewrote hewrote hewrote
wrote saying that h be wilt enter tha thasenior thaenlor thesenior
senior and association single nd sculls and andalso and1M andalso
also 1M the onefourthmil fourthl dash da open to tuHMillers toCUn toscullers
CUn HMillers rs of every claM Hi Ills partnerGuild partner partnerGuild partnerGuild
Guild will enter the intermediate in ate end endassociation andodaUon nd ndssoclaUon
association eventPerhaps event eventsPerhaps venta I IPerhap
Perhaps it is true that Titus who whowon whoWOft whonote
won the championship hlp at Worcester Worcesterwill Worcterwill Worcesterwill
will not eome here here a am he b wishes tJ tJreal toreat t trest
real on the laurels he won during durinffOreer durlnlJO duringOera
Oreer O Oera term of absence This action actionof actionof actionof
of Titus ha has turned many against ptn t him himand himand himand
and th the friend of Oreer and Fred FredPhepeard FrfdP Fredhepeard
Phepeard P especially are mad be because beeau because ¬
cause they are confident that Titus is isnot 1snot isnot
not the fa fastest tet sculler in the land But ButGrecr ButGr ButGreen
Green Gr will 1It be here here all inimical reports reportsto reportsto
to In the contrary notwithstanding With WithOreer WIthGreen WHhGreer
Green in this event will n be Fred Shep Shepeard ShtpEtlrd Shrieard
eard whom hom Titus defeated when Shep Shepeard Shfpeard Shepeard
eard was wa out of racing trim Harry HarryBetinet HarryI HarryRennet
Rennet of Springfield West Wt of the thaScnuylklll theSchuylkill theSchuylklii
Scnuylklll Navy who baa b Jut returned returnedfrom return returnedfrom d dfrom
I from hi h his trip to th the Kngliah Enlil Henley HenleyVesely HenleyYac1Y Henleyeicly
Vesely eicly of the Bohemian 1uJ of New N4I York Yorkand YorkaM Yorken4
and en4 other scullers who have M1 time and andtime andtime andtlms
time defeated thi this years champion championFairmonts championFairments championFairmotits
Fairmonts Welcome WelcomeThe WelcemeThe WelcomeThe
The entries clone tomorrow night at atthe atth atthe
the th office o of David Brown New York TorXand Yor Yorand Yorkend
and they will not be open to the pres presuntil prsunUI pre preuntil
until Tuesday rifgnt 1t The only entries entriesdefinitely entriesdftnttely entriesdeflmtey
definitely known are those whose corn cornin eorohave cornhag
in hag have leav been made sure by their let letter letten letless ¬
ter ten to toe different local committees committeessuch committeeamach committeessuch
such as Greens letter to the 11 chairman chairmanof
of the transportation committee It is islearned 1SIearnecI s slearned
learned that the Jest fast intermediate crew crewof crewof crewof
of the Fairmonts l is coming and the thePotoroacs thePowmaca thePottmacs
Potoroacs are glad to hear it It ae the thaFairie thePatriN theFairies
Fairies defeated the Potomac by b a avery avery avery
very few feet at Philadelphia on July
4 4 and the locals are anxious to getbanic get getback getback
back at them themThe t1emTbf themThe
The Baltimore papers have lately latelystated latelylltated latelystated
stated that the Aerial have junior and andintermediate andIn andinterneediste
intermediate In te eights in training and that thatthey thatUte thatthey
they Ute will surely be here on Labor Day DayNew DayN DayNews
New N ws also state that the Virginia VirginiaBoat YirgtnfBoat VirginiaBoat
Boat Club of Richmond will not sendthe send sendthe sendtbe
the eight Ight which lost to the Potomacs Potomacson
on n the York river three week w k ago but butwill but1U butwill
will 1U end s > nd Instead of It two gig crews crewswhich crewswhl crewswhich
which whl < h will enter the junior and inter intermediate Intfrmediate internedate ¬
mediate events eventsA eventsA
A letter ttr ha has been received by Presi President Presidfllt President
dent J Hadley Doyle from Secretary SecretaryMetcalf SeeretaryJdetcalC SecretaryMetcalf
Metcalf which stated that the United UnitedState Lm LmSla tneedStates
cutter Apache and tw twsmaller t tmailer two twoenealler >
Sla State ea revenue
smaller launches had been detailed to toWashington toublncto toWaehtngtO
Washington on Labor Day Da to see that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th course is l kept clear dearHeadquarters clearHeadquarters 3 3Headquarters
Headquarters at Rigr Howe HoweSpecial HftUeSpecial ReeseSpecial
Special hotel rates for the visitors visitorshave visitorshave rlsltorghave
have been obtained at t the Rigs House Houseand Houseand Houseand
and the headquarters of o the RegattaAasOdatIOIt Regatta RegattaAssociation Regat RegatAM
will be there The medals medalsand mfals medalsand
Association n wl b tie
AM to the win winnors winears In Inn
will be presented
and cup wi b Je te
ears 8 cp in the th parlors pros of the th Rigge Rigg Houpf Houpfinstead BOl BOlile Hour HourInstead
n instead ile of at the th club cub house bOU soon In after afterthe aftert afterthe V Vwill V
the regatta The handsome bnm prizes prizeswill przs przswl
will t be b ret placed on exhibition xhlbton early ery in tha thaweek tpl tplwek tloweek
wl week wek in pe the t show w windows wlnos of Bryai BryaiCo BnaLa
and Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penns Pennsylcents l lania ¬
Fifteenth street
a 0 Co C at Fifteth alree aD
cents ania avenue avenueThe averue averueT avenueThe
The T accident aclent which occurred orre to tn tnnew thi thinew tho thonew
new boat bt of the th Analofttans AnlOt during tha thaweek tla tlawek thaiveek
week wek wa was a hard hm blow bw to t the th followers followersof fOUOWTSo
blue and white When they hal halthe 1a ha haLb
of the bu an hle Wh
o the Lb boat bt built blt last Jt year yer by Glass 0 great greathopes get grethopes
eight eightoared cighsared
hopes bop were 8e aroused aO for fo their thir elgb elgbor
oared rowing Ton this t season This Tis acr acrdent a SCCIV SCCIVlent < i iI
dent or would wl have h put pt many ny a crew ew dowa dowaand dO1 dowuseal J Jn
I and n out et of o the running nD but t Captaiu CaptaiuWhepley Capta CaptaWhepky a aTe
Whepley Te set H to t work w at once o to pro proAt pr prcur V Vrune
boat In which to row the th rae raeAt rae0i
cur rune a bt 1ih t r
At 0i ftrst f a boat bt which wlih th th the Potomac Potomacloaned Ptomlh PtomlhIn Potomsloaned
tried and found un unsuitable unIto unmitable
loaned them t wa w was t
suitable In and they y set about abut to get t per perof pHt PrniIon
Ito niIon t to a fix up tl the spIndid D new Ihfl heI1 heI1t
cr crwhich cre V Vehich
Oeor Oeorstown own
lo of t the unfortunate
tounte tountewblh
t n ntt d dnt
which ta I all smashed to hlnt Iupermntd Iupermntdvet perint <
wblh a has hasabout set setibout
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nt Bogs of tb the Ao
tt B o te getting the shell t into intom In i nt ntit t tat
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about his o t1 tl
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bt guidanie guidanieIt idan idanof
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JI1aIMe4 he will soon sooniave Mn Mnit
of It eoea Fred
hare iave it ready foe we weStsKse the juniors juniors81cc aion aionthat
unfortunate ltunate Accident the thecause theeat t he hemuse
StsKse 81cc that uaf
cause ha baa been removed 6V and 114 the treach treacherou trfohheIOa8 trcachtrees
erou trees AAetftide Bock to aw no more moreThi mortT moreris
rock Jutted out aba about Afty > > yards yardsRio ir11 ardiate ir11tkac
Thi T ris roe
sad new ant it has hasgood husMea hasIeee
course
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Rio Ia as good as asany istIN < 15 15my
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any In the country countryAnalastaas eouatrynaestaRs countrynalstans
Analastaas High k Stroke StrokeTb StrObeThe L LTIM
Tb TIM Anatostan bare him doing 4Joinllwelt vry vryerell v ry rywell
well during their weefc HIt of handicaps handicapsand hnltkaJlIInd
ftlllrg nt ntCoaob ntc ntcC fltVPIaMtedS
and nd taw juniors are fast eat
Plateteds style tY The m men m n are areiwwtaf nreah areowing
Coaob C
iwwtaf owing abt about < ut fortyfoMr fort stashes trk to the theef thete if ifMte
Mte te something una fDr r this a age ageIf e ee
ef e If the t long lon fcodying fcodyingContinued ody in and the slow slowContinued IOW IOWCon
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