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John B Foster Points Out That Even CoacTies s Are Not NotSure NotSure NotSure
Sure Sure What They Are Now Doing DoingFirst First of ofI ofl ofInteresting
I l Interesting nteresting ter sting Articles ArticlesBy ArticlesByJOHN
In apnaefsIa ppr JIIIIIfI M > Mmr the subject Wect of feet feetball tootal1 football
ball al1 this t noising > ming autuMn tumn there I III no noperson DOIErson noperson
person concerned with athletic nod nodathletic pelhthleUc andathletic
athletic development pMeat who may marqualified tel telquaUfted feeluuallfled
qualified to writ write with dogmatic certainty cer certainty certaInty
tainty as to the poastMlities Iu of the thegame thegame thegame
game gameAll gameAU gameAll
All that amusing am pastime putt which in inthe Inthe Inthe
the past afforded afford employment for early earlyconjecture earlyL 1 1onjectur
of thu thut this thistleven tbt
conjecture L onjectur aa to the strength
leven t cr the other IB I in a measure mealureeffaced measureeffaced ur urtttaeed
effaced owing to the tact that not noteven noteven
even the committee on new rule roI eanIaeed oom oomIoeed 0Mft108d
Ioeed of reeogniseed football mentors mentorsthroughout mentonthrouchot nlenterathrougbont
throughout the United State StateM ha ha more morethan morethan morethan
than a supposititious conception a as to tothe tothe tothe
the chances ch which shall han be effected un under undtir under ¬
der the new regime of the game gameAt KIft6At gameAt
At the oloee of the season of IpM N the thedemand th thtl thedemand
of some nature hi hith InthA Mthe
demand tl mand for a reform
thatsome that thatsome thatfome
110 > imperative
th the rules became
some of the smaller college and some somedelegates ItOmedelegate tomedelegntes
delegates in the Western college united unitedIn unitedIn unitedin
to br bring bringnhnut ng ngabout
In New York in a conference
termed a new era eraThe tULThe or orThe
about what they
The movement sirs M inaugurated lDU by the theN theNew theyew I
New N > w York University whose who chancel chancellor cbftcelr chancel chancel1nrr ¬
lacCrackeQ Is iaBued Issued Issued
lor 1nrr < r the Rev Henry
sued an invitation to the faculties tacul of ofother ofIther ofother
other college coIle to unite with hi WI univer university unlverFity univerflty ¬
sity in adopting modification modlftea ona which whichbonld whichrnlrould bleh blehIIhould
rnlrould bonld better adapt the pastime to the ther
11ad Iaeen Iaeenfrr1y been beenfrffly n nfrtfly
r deNI < oMsltle U of the college coU It had
frffly intimated inttmat by some institution institutiontall luttwtioaawhCh inatttutloitL inatttutloitLwhich
which were not repre represented nt4ld Oft the foot footLan footbail
tall committee that owing to the lack lackf
f representation their request had hadn hadNn hadbay
bay Nn n Ignored steadily by those who wo held JJdfhfl heldIhP heldthe
the legislation for the game gain within wttblnt their theircontrol theirc etr etrm
control c m ntrol ntrolNeeded trot trotNeeded C CNeeded
Needed UuJdmoua Un i oiw V Vot VotThll Tots TotsThis t tThis
This may have been partly true tiv but butIt bu buit butit
It Is more likely the case ttaaot thh It t had hadhfen hadlen hadbeen
been len impossible to effect much change changeIi chaA chaAh
conventions owing owtn to the ttoefart thet theflirt
Ii 1 i football
fart t t that it w wu the rule nile of the football footballcommittee footbAlltmmlttee tootbaUc
committee c mmlttee not to adopt adolttI medineatloiw medineatloiwvirhout caibas caibasf
I without unanimous consent of of all the thermmbers theIfwmbf then
rmmbers Ifwmbf n mbera Whenever Whee changes c were w pro pcoIncPd pro proR prooM
college they would wou not bo bothp brfro hot
IncPd oM R H by one
t < rfro to by another for fear an a new c1e c1ertur de dehhrhtro
hhrhtro rtur would be apectaUy adapt adapted 4 to tothF tdthf
thF eleven fllev of the college which bad sug sugppptel n nfJltf eugtrPRted
ppptel fJltf i1 > the new rule ruleWhen ru ruVhn rtll rtllWhen
When the committee of Vfestern cal eolc e calkge l lIfJe
IfJe football l mM net et tit New York It Itli itr
c r li compttshed m1PI < h4d little more tnan the an anrounroment anrnl1eflent anr
r rounroment unreitlent that change were w wore re corapul corapulfory eompulFr compulry
At a ubse eubeeca ubset
fory Fr ry another season IN amn
ca t 1 H nt fl t meeting meetln < this committee amalgaratPd amalga amalgarnatM amalpIll
rnatM Ill a t N with wt h the regular football commit eotamttt t tt
t < as had had appeared probable from troni the thetlm thetme j jtlm
tme tlm that the first suggestion of a modi modiJUd moditr
JUd tr d game had been made and It took tooklittle tooklittle tooklittle
little time to organise 0 a body thorough thoroughly ¬
ly 1 L In harmony and especially a pede ly well wellequipped wellequIpped wellqujpped
equipped for the task before It ItProfessor U1rot ItFrofrseor
Professor 1rot I L L M K Dennis Denn of Cornell CornellT
T f rtB Ti a made chairman of the rules rul com committee commHt oemmlttsk ¬
mittee mHt and William T Reid jr of ofHarvard otIJa ofHat4ard
Harvard IJa rard secretary Other members memberbPr memberswr memberMwPr8
wPr8 wr Pr A Walter Camp of Tale ya1e who whoIrtn is isoften leoften
often called the father ftt f football footballProfessor footballPrnfeeeor L1l L1lrnteuol
Professor J B Fine Princeton Prta M X m IC ICI1o11 JC JCHiI JC1I4ii
HiI Dartmouth F Homer H mer Curtis CurtisTexas Curtisr
r Texas r as and Southern colleges coll Dr J A AKahbit A AI AIabbit
Kahbit I abbtt Haverford lieutenant Charles CharlesI Char CharI
I Daly West Point C W Savage SavageOberlln SavageOberlln e eObfrlln
Oberlln Dr H L L Williams Willi Minnesota MinnesotaA xtftnMOtA
A A A Stagg Chicago Cbi John D Bell BellPennsylvania BellPlnnQIYftIa BellPennsylvania
Pennsylvania J T Lees Nebraska N NTalk NebraaaTask i iTask
Task of Great Proportion ProportionsThroughout ProportionThroughout ProportiouThrou
Throughout Throu < b ut all alh the winter the mom memliera JIMMlJfrI mom1r9
liera of the committee committeerked worked 1ItO recl sealously sealouslyana aJoWd aJoWdand seabmtaysnd
ana faithfully to produce a new football footballcod tootbAlIwhleb footballc
c < cod da o Which should ould meet with favor in inmendous Inull ina
ull a l tier seUoDa lions and It wu a tank oC tre treJmndod tre trernPndow
mendous proportions and embodied embodiedgreater a a1eater ai
greater i 1eater amount of clerical work and andrnreful aadIreful andeerrhsl
Ireful < attention to detail 4etanthan than any anyJlad one oneLad onehad
Lad deemed possible when the codifying codifyingof <
of the new ne rules ruIHAU began beganAll beganAll
All kinds kin of interests had to be con conSlltfd conI1tcJ conl
Slltfd l I1 I1tcJ t d and every plan which somebody somebodyr
r rr r another wa wee hopeful would add to totli tothA tothn
tli thA interest t of the game wa wan given frt earefnl eare earef refl1
f fl1 M consideration that nothing noUU might bt be beemitted beoolttM beomltted
emitted which would aid w SA preserving preservingthe plMelV1nthf
the best fall outdoor sport which the theInlted thetnted theIntted
Inlted States has devised devisedAfter devJMc1Aftfr deviaedAfter
After the rules rul had been changed all in inthcir Inthdr Int1lr
thcir wider scope It became necessary necessaryin
in t go o over them a second and a third thirdtm thirdtm thirdtn7
tm < > in order that some points might mightI t
1 = more stmpllfled and ancIthat that contradlc contradictionn contradlctlR contradlclI
lI tionn mw might be throughly eliminated eliminatedIt elhnlnateIt
It was long after the middle of the themrner thefmm8r theE
E fmm8r comer before the rules were deemed deemedrculy deemedrady deemedro
rculy ro ouly for the printer and even then thentho thentn
tho 11 football committee passed upon uponthm upontlm uponth
th thm m once more that they tbeym1pt might be pre preF prefntPd pronterl
F fntPd nted to the public in ncha such a manner mannert
11 1 it there would be no ml misunderstand misunderstandx under t ndLg
Lg I x as to their interpretation interpretationTho
Tho Th r result of all this th l has been to build buildt buildfoundation
t > foundation for the new football footballrxjirtly footballlxtpUy footballr
rxjirtly r artty what the new football shall h11 be bel beI
I Another story 17 It will be told ohapt chap chapt
t r by chapter tft until the end of next nextJN nntmbfi nextJ
J JN mbar > mber and by that time it will be ber bec
r lent 11 I < nt how f tAr r the work of the com comr 00 00ttE comn
n r it ttE tee has ha succeeded c In opening the theK theJh themS
> K Jh mo In and how much more le 1 needed nee ed to tor torIl
r rIl 15 nitr It r it nearer ne r perfect perfectDemand perfectDemand perfectDemand
Demand for Open G Ge GeT GenieTn rae raeTr
Tr T > understand un eratanl what the rules in their theirmortified theirtnorlltPd theirmMifed
mortified form have attempted attelft ecI to accomplish ac accomplish lie lieompUah ¬
complish the reader must bear Jn mind mindthat Jal Jalthat mindthat
that there has been a clamor for the thelast tite titelaM thelast
last three years from almost all the thepublic thefluhllc thepublic
public which Is fond of football and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from many of the colleges e l especially especiallythe epectJlythf especiallyt
the smaller colleges where the num number numl number ¬
l ber fr of students 8tudeD is smaller than at the theirr th thI thegreater
irr greater ater universities for an a open opengame opengame opengame
gameTt game gameTt gameTt
Tt was asserted and with home rea reapon reaFnn raFnn
Fnn that football was not nooin accomplish accomplishing aecomrUllhlnl iish iishInR ¬
ing Its primary purpose that it was waspcile w wbNomlnlr wasbecoming
becoming a a tug ot war On a gigantic pPnUcSCile giganticscale
scale that it was a teat of bodily bodilystrength bocU1ys bodilyStrength
s strength t tEn arth man to man rather than a ajastlme aIa aI
jastlme Ia I astime tlme In which activity and generalabilities general general1WJ Ktneralf
1WJ f d abilities predominated that it was wastlvoid waaYold wanvoid
tlvoid void of action a tloa and therefore tame to toth totlw
th tlw 11 spectators and that it savored too tooptrongly tootrongly toortrongly
ptrongly at wrestttns and nd boxing and andtoo andtoo andtt
too tt o little of running and andT dodging dodgingTo
To T abolish abol h aU U these defects was the theobject thee theohject
object e jtct of the ml rude s committee They Theyhave Theyh Theyhve
have h a e 8On gone so far as they think con consistent COnlIs conttent ¬
lIs sistent tent at the present time They are arer arel1t arerr
l1t rr r t sure that tbe now game win be bethoroughly betho bethi
thoroughly tho foxahly understood at once In fact factas taet taetos factas
as remarked before they no > o more than thanthe Uuutthe thanthe
the coaches who have barely rely had a
chance to ponder over tit r r1 < > are arequite areQuite arequite
quite agreed in their own rrj rr J > Jns g aa to towhat towbat towhat
what football will be like llk but they th be beneve be11e believe
neve 11e that they have legisiHted It8l ltted succesi succesifully aucewtoll succesefully
fully against repeated and aDd monotonous monotonousmass monofonousInM monotonoussmane
mass play vtara against iNlt all kinds of abuse abusefor abusesfor
for transgression of rules ruJ by providing providingstringent provJcllngtrtnpnt providingstringent
stringent legislation latiOft for offenses otr on the thefield thtneld thegeld
field and they are also 11Io of opinion that thatthey tha thatthey t tthey
they have adopted wo or three pro provisions proV provmakns ¬
visions V which shall 11 result in a decidedly decidedlymore deelcledlvmore decidedlypoor
more of a running game being played playedIf played playedI
I I If the new game doesnt doeenthappen happen to be beso beso
so Interesting interesting InterHUa an thee thoee who have MV ap appealed ap appealed appealed ¬
pealed for a It new game If anticipated aaUelpa it itwill ItwUl Itwill
will be necessary to rearrange the play playIng playIn playlug
lug code another other year yearThe YNrTile yearThe
The Ba Baltic ie Principle PrincipleThe Prlncfpl6IJThe
The three principal changes cha which whichhave wtlehhav whichbare
have hav been made JINWI provide provideFirst provideFirst e e1Itrat
First for tenyard gain n on each eachdown eAchdowft eachdown
down second for one 6ft forward pass dur during dur1ft durIng ¬
ing < each scrimmage JlCrI third that Un th ball ballafter ball ballatter ballafter
after being beln < kicked and teaching the theground theIlPound theground
ground put pu puts the team on side which whichmade whlrbmade whichmade
IlPound made the kick In other oUM r words WOIds that it is isanybodys Isanybody Isanybodys
anybodys ball It a fair catch is not notmade lIotmatJe notmade
madeEach made madeEach
Each of these th modtflcaticns is a radi radical radical Mdieal ¬
cal departure depat < ture from the system lI em which whichhas whichha whichhas
has been in vogue The idea I of a ten tenyard tenyam tenyard
yard gain briefly stated is to eliminate cholnatethe eliminatethe ellltthe
the persistent mass plays The idea lei of ofthe ofthe
the forward pass is to provide more run running runrJnc runring ¬
ring in the game pm The Th idea of any anybodys anybod anybodr ¬
bodys bod bodr rn ball after a a punt is to encour encourage eaeourp encourage ¬
age general pn aI kicking < which has come to tobe tobe tobe
be something < of a lost art All l1 these tbesemodifications t tnaodUIetIcMuI thesemodifleat
modifications modifleat ona must be welded wel together togetherby taceOIerby togetherby
by the coaches eocb and from them a game gamebe panebe gamebe
be evolved which shall hall take the place placeof plaeeof placeof
of that to which the American public publichas pulHchu publichas
has been accustoms and qanat against which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the fight of ot t the fll o 1905 ue5 was made madeBecame madeBeoatMe madeBeauee
Became of r 1eM ee changes ehntl It is almost almostout almostout
out of th the question qu aUoa to make a a forecast forecastas tor toru
as to the probable strength of the theelevens theelevens
elevens which shall compete in the thegames tbIrAme thegames
games scheduled lor the coming comtn < season seasonIt MUOftIt seasonIt
It was possible last I at year to anticipate anticipatethat anUdptethat anticipatethat
that Pennsylvania PelUUlYlv 1a would make a good goodshowing JIOOCltJtowm goodbhoatng
showing en the gridiron and in the forcast for forntst torNIIt
cast which was mad m by the th writer in inSeptember Inb8r InSeptember
September b8r attentir > n was railed tIl eo to the thefact thetact thetact
tact that the th Pen 1 nn Kvivanla vUla eleven was waspossessed wuJ1 waspossessed
possessed J1 Mlu11 of stret strfIKtb th which should shouldmake lIhou14lIke shouldmake
make it formidable th threogNbui eugiiout the the80ft sea season teamom ¬
son So It proved to tobft tobftFurther be beFurther beFurther
Further attention u Uonwu was called CA1 to the thepossibilities thebtUUM thepgnibiUttes
possibilities btUUM la tboY the thoYale Y le eleven V whichhad which whichhad whlehhad
had been put together t GflIMJr for a fast fa rangy rangygame ranQPI rangygame
game and raJproe4 Yale Tel proved its right t to be beconsidered beeouIc1 beconsidered
eouIc1 considered respectfully llY f n that respect respectKen relPfCtNOM respectNone
Ken NOM G ea Can B 1eli 1eliThis TetiThis eJl eJlThill
This season however howeVer what Tale may maydo JIUQd maydb
do d what what1arv liarvard nt i may mast do what bat Penn Pennsylvania Permsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania and Corned Co and Princeton p tiao eu and andthe IMlthe andthe
the scores of other colleges 1 may that do dowhich dowhich dowhich
which will shortly begin football prac practice prIWtUce practice ¬
tice devolve devolves almost entirely upon their theirmethod theirmethod theirmethod
method of applying the new rules rul to the theplayers theplay theplayers
players play connected with their elevens elevensThere ekwenLThere elevensThere
There is It is true true at the beginning beginningof <
of the season a mutual footing on onwhich onwb1eh onwhich
which all colleges may stand tnd as all allencounter aUeneounter allencounter
encounter the ne non rules In common It Itneed Itneed Itneed
need not be existed 8 < Ited to last long longThe 10DThe longThe <
The first coach to realise the possl posslbitlties OMtblUtte posatbUtles
bitlties of the men who are to play playunder playun48r playunder
under hi his instruction will t1l be the first firstto Il8tto Arstto
to place an eleven in the field which whichshall whichaU whichshall
shall aU exemplify thoroughness and ability abilityI abilityto
to t wm wm under new conditions conditionsTo oondtUonTo conditionsTo
To figure out a champion in ad advance adv advanee ¬
vance v for any eleven this year will be bequite tsequite be bequite
quite out of the question for more rea menSous reasons reaI ¬
sons than one Faculty interdiction has hasshut hulIbut hasshut
shut down on the games of the Big BigThree BigI BigThree
Three in the West It will be Im ImpOMribto ImpOMtbWo tmpoesdhle
pOMribto to take any line on the comparative com comparative oomparaUve ¬
parative strength th < of the players in that thatseetlon tMtMetlon thatsection
section because there will be no mu mutual mutul mntuel ¬
tual exchange of contests contestsYale conttY1e contestsYale
Yale Y1e in the East Eut will play Harvardand Harvard Harvardand Hanrarc1aDd
and Princeton but Harvard has no nogame nopme nogame
game with Pennsylvania this lb year and andas aDdu andas
as neither Yale nor Princeton plays playsPennsylvania playsPeBuylvaaJa playsPennsylvania
Pennsylvania the Quakers are e com comparatively comparatively comparatively ¬
paratively Isolated isolated for the first time timein timeInoD timeIn
in InoD se seasons sons Michigan will come eo East Eastto Eutto Eastto
to play a game with Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniabut
but Michigan Jillchl aa has been shut shut out at atboth atboth atboth
both Chicago and Minnesota so the theWestern theWNtem theWestern
Western basis for comparison Is I lost lostThat leatThat lostThat
That the game will be general in inspite inpit inspite
spite pit of the erusaoV c made against It Itby Itby Itby
by some of the eolkge faculties taeulU at the theclose theclGtle theclose
close of the season MMUIO1 of 1M6 is certain certainIn certainIn certainIn
In faot fact there t ere are comparatively few fewcolleges fewcone fewcolleges
cone colleges at which it will not be played playedColumbia lIaYecLCohtmbia playedColumba
Columbia la Out OutColumbia Otl OtlColumbia OutColumbia
Columbia is out of the sport In the theEast theEut theEast
East Eut to the general dislike of the stu students 1ItUdentJI students ¬
dents who feel that so long as Colum Columbia Columbia Colupobia ¬
bia made such suc uc1 distinction against the theold tMold theold
old gamelt pm game It should have Mv been seen the spirit spiritof ItPIritot spiritof
of the college to attempt to assist in indeveloping IndeIopin indeveloping
developing the new game on improved improvedline ImprovedUoIiJ improvednppr
npprIn line lineIn UoIiJ UoIiJ1ft
In the West w the most important college col college colIeee ¬
lege to abandon football is Wisconsin WisconsinIt
It is said Ad the faculty had more objec objection obj8ctkm objection ¬
tion to the side 1dd issues of the th game than thanto thaftto thanto
to the actual sport itself ThO creeping creepingin
in of professionalism proCealona1 m was distasteful dl tatKetul to tothe tothe tothe
the Wisconsin professors professorsThe professorsThe orL orLThe
The fight against football in n the win winter winter wintom ¬
ter of Ittfi was actuated aotusjted by differentmotives different differentmotives difterentmoUVell
motives In some me place paces there was wasearnest wuefnelrt wasearnest
earnest desire to remodel the game on onthe onthe onthe
the lines lIn urged by the public Other Othercolleges OthercoUfItr Othercolleges
colleges coUfItr wanted a change chan In order that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their material might have a better betterpossible beltrhoWing bettershowing
showing on the gridiron titan Id been beenpolble beenpossible
possible under the old rule rules Still an another another another ¬
other cause for the criticism of the thegame thepme thegame
game was the jealousy ofpetty of petty profes professor protellIIOr professors ¬
sor sors who unquestionably were angered angeredbecause angeredbecuH angeredbecause
because the football coaches received receivedmore receivedmore receivedmore
more for their service nlces than those who whotaught whotauaht whotaught
taught the adult mind how to shoot inthe in inthe Inthe
the proper manner mannerIt mannerIt mannerIt
It i hi not claimed that the game of ofthis oftbl ofthis
this tbl year Is likely to be perfect by any anymeans anymearw anymeans
means On the contrary those who whohave whohave whohave
have been laboring to modify It desire dartrehearty de desirehearty lre lrehearty
hearty support from all colleges to as assist ast asslat ¬
slat t In adjusting any incongruities incongruitieswhich IncongrulUewhich Incongruitieswhich
which may be manifest after teams teamshave teamhave teamshave
have begun to practice for the coming comingseason comlnwea8Ol comingseason
season seasonNo wea8OlNo seasonNo
No one known with any posltiveness posltivenessJust J08It1veneuJuat positivenessjust
Just what kind of a game will be the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
outcome since the chance in the th rules rulesbut rulebut rulesbut
but there Isi 1 a hopeful CMftj Belief lIet that the thesport theaport thesport
sport wUl follow those llAe 11 1 ell which have haveted havebeen havebeen
been 1IiIU suggested ted In the way of makln maklnmore making makingIt makfn1t and andmoreharmmng
It nor pleasant aat to the conte contestants tantJI and andmorecbanninr
more morecbanninr charming to the spectator In Inother Inother Inother
other word woida it te the belief of the com committee comMittee commIUee ¬
mittee on rules 1111 that they the have Intro Introduced Introdueeci introduold ¬
duced mere actual football Into foot footTo footTo
T To Be Continued cntiu Next Sunday
Raineys 45QOC 4 000 Colt WinsFlatbushElectioneer Wins WinsFlatbush WinsFlatbushElectioneer
Flatbush FlatbushElectioneer Electioneer and andFountainWue andFountainblue andFountainblue
Fountainblue Nowhere NowhereRACE NowhereRACE NowhereRACE
N Y Sept 8 IThe The bookmakers took tookover toeewer tookover
over iOOGO 260000 from the public on the seven sevenraces sevenraces en enraeM
races run during < the afternoon afternoonMost afternoonwot afternoonMost
Most CO costly b of disasters to the public publicwas pIIbUcwall puhUewas
was the Flarbnsb Stakes of SttJOO SttJOOHere tJOOH 1000 1000Here
Here H Diamond Jim Bradys Brady Fountain Fountaknblue Fountainblue JfIountAtablu
blu blue for which he recently paid ISMO 1500was ISMOwas SOIIw
was w made a 7tof favorite with Elec Electioneer Electioneer Electioneer ¬
tioneer winner of the Futurity and andsold andId andsold
sold Id yesterday ye to t Felix Isroan of Philadelphia Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia a 12toC second choice Thou Thwtaands Thousands Titou8ftdll ¬
sands poured in on these choice eh but butthey butthey butthey
they both finished outside tbe money 1IItOOeYDe moneyDe moneyDe
De Mund standing at JO to 1 in some somebooks ItOIIMboob somebooks
books won in a gallop J R X XBallot XBallot ICeenes ICeenesBallot
Ballot Ballot a tto1 tol shot IIbot ran second just in infront Infront Infront
front of H P Whitneys Diana Ken Keabacked Kenbacked X XbaekfJd
backed from 10 to IS ISFavorites 11 11Favorites 11Favorites
Favorites Poor Race RaceElectioneer Rac RacElectioneer RaceElectioneer
Electioneer ran second to last nearly nearlyall nearlyaU nearlyall
all the way while Fountalnbiue under underMartin ulHieXarUn undoMartin
Martin was unable to untrack himself himselfNeither hIMM1tNeither himselfNeither
Neither liked the turns around the cir circular circular drcular ¬
cular course and did not run up to their theirform tbolrtorm theirform
form formRadtke formRadtke
Radtke sent t De Mund to the front at atthe atthe atthe
the outset and was wa never in trouble trouble just justgalloping juatpUopIJIl justgalloping
galloping all the way winning by three threelengths threeleDCtIul threelengths
lengths De MUM was only onl slightly slightlyplayed IIII slightlyplayed htly htlyed
played playedThe playedThe ed edThe
The SIMM 80000 Century Stakes Stak went eat to toBeduoin toBeduotn toBeduoln
Beduoin at f to 5 6 T I L Watts Fine FineCloth tneCloUt FineCloth
Cloth a son of Melton ran second secondFine 1IeeODdnne secondFine
Fine Cloth showed the way to the thestretch U Ustretch thestretch
stretch where Shaw came up with withBeduotn withBeduotn withBeduola
Beduotn The two hung hu together for a aminute aminute aminute
minute and then Beduoin drew away to towin towin towin
win by a head The Picket who won wona wona wona
a Brooklyn Handicap and an American AmericanDerby AmericanDenny merleanDerby
Derby was five lengths back backEoglisa hackEDllia backEnglish
English Horse Wins WinsThe Wi WiThe WinsThe
The great < English horse ho John M P Pwon Pwon Pwon
won the Great Autumn Steeplechase Steeplechaseafter Bteepleehueafter Steeplechasealter
after a grand race He led nearly all allthe allthe allthe
the way under 1O 1 pounds and won driv driving driving ¬
ing < from Bartlett McLennan Agent at atto atto
< to L John M M P broke broke the coarse rec record record record ¬
ord of 506 35 made by Fox Hunter His Histime HItime Histime
time was 506 506The 5 5The 606The
The fifth tare went to Jack Joyners JoynersWatergrass Joyneratergrus JoynersWatergrass
Watergrass atergrus at 12 to 1 with Barney BarneySchrelbers arfteySchreiber BarneySchrelbers
Schrelbers Deutschland second Pater Pterat Paterat P ter terat
at B to 1 was w the hot tip He H was play played played played ¬
ed everywhere Watergrass came away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from her field in the stretch stretchJohn stretchJohn stretchJohn
John A A Drake won a little over 90090 30000on 90090on NO NOon
on his twoyearold filly Royal lAdy in inthe Inth8 Inthe
the sixth race Royal Lady broke in infront Intront Infront
front and galloped all the way Drake Drakebet Dr Drakebet e ebet
bet 4 slittleover little over Sll08O Sll08OMacy 11000 11000Macy 11000Macy
Macy Jr at 20 to 1 won the seventh seventhrace seventhrace veth vethrace
race Ed Ball and I L L J Harman show showed showed how howed ¬
ed the way to the final furlong wherethey where wherethey wherthey
they appeared to have the race to them themselves thomelveL themselves ¬
selves Suddenly Macy Jr came from frombehind frombehind frombehind
behind and running < over the leaders leaderswon 1e leaderswon ders derswon
won wonSheepsnead wonSheepthead wonSheepehead
Sheepsnead Bay Summaries SummariesFirst SummariesFirst SummariesFirst
First raceSei1Ing race rae Sealing lng twoyearolds five fiveand Aveand liveand
and onehalf furlongs Elllcott EutcottKoerner M MKoerner 10Koerner
Koerner Koerner 10 to 1 won Theyre off 108 108iPreishoa 10J 102tshoaS
iPreishoa J retahoat tshoaS 13 to 5 fit second Eldorado Eldoradott EldoradoPope
tt Pope 30 to 1 third Tlm Time 107 107Bemay 10Bemay 107Bemay
Bemay Molesey Merrill Handsome HandsomeBelle HandaomeBeUe HandsomeBelie
Belle Master Lester Oraculum Flow Flowaway Flowaway Flowaway
away Furse Royal Ben President PresidentMonroe PresidentMonroe PresidentMonroe
Monroe Solly M Puissant Berkeley
Somnus and Magna Stell also al o ran ranSecond ranSecond ranSecond
Second race raeeGreat Oreat Autumn Steeple Steeplechase SteeplechaM Steeplechase ¬
chase fouryearolds and upward two twoand twOand twoand
and onehalf one halt miles ml miles John M P 102Stone 1C 1CStone IIStone
Stone 3 to d 5 Ii won on Agent IK 133 Wilson Wnaonto Wilsonto
5 to 1 second Altar 147 Finnegan lI1nneganto tt ttto
to 1 third Time Tlmei 505 Hylas H las Grandpa Grandpaand Grandpa Grandpaand
and Paul Jones also I ran Latter fell fellThird fellThird fellThird
Third race raceli1atbuah Flatbush twoyearolds twoyearoldsseven twoyearoldseven twoyearoldsseven
seven furlongs De Mund 120 Radtke
12 to 1 won Ballot 115 Knapp 10 to
1 second Diana Ken Kenl 101 Koerner 15 15to 15to 15to
to 1 third Time 12546 1 > 6 46 Koernerf Oran Elec Electioneer m fec fectioneer ee eeUoneer ¬
tioneer Arclte Fountalnblue and Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrande
Grande also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race raceThe The Century threeyear threeyearolds threeearold threeyearolds
olds old and upward one mile and onehalf onehalfBeduoin onehalrBeduoln onehalfBeduoln
Beduoln 12S HlWebrand 1 to lt I won NonFine wonFine wonthird
Fine Cloth 115 Miller 11 to 16 Me Meond sec second
ond The Pocket UI Radtke 11 to 5 1third 5third
third Time lSJl6 2JJ W Johnstown also alsoran allIOraft alsoran
ran raftFltth
Fifth raceFY race Fw all ages ag six furlongs furlongsWatergrasc furlongsWatergraBc furlongsWatergrasc
Watergrasc IvO Horner 12 to ll 1 =
Deutschland Doutsehland124 124 Dugan t to 1 1otIc1 sec seoond second ¬
ond Sllckaway 101 Miller Miller 7 to 1 1third 1third
third Time Time 1 113 18 1126 2fi Rapid Water WaterHandsarra WaterHanclarra WaterHandsarra 1
Handsarra Pater Robin Hood Daru Darums Daruma I
ms Aviston A villton and Grace G George also alsoran alsoran
ran I ISixth
Sixth race macSslllagr Selling UI for twoyear twoyearolds twoyearI twoyearIoldll twoyearolda
olds five and onehalf furlongs turl Royal RoyalLady RoyalLady RoyalLady
Lady 94 miller I to 5 won Stray 8tl1l
97 Horner If to 6 second Tlletng
108 IPN < Friahon n 8 to 1 1 1 third Time
10 1 106 0 < 4 4V Ben Strong 8tro Tom Dolan DolanRifleman Dolo DoloRlftfmn DolanRifleman
Rifleman Nadine Na4fner Percentage rcentacf Yige VIi4geKing YigeKing VIUpX1q
King Coolness itarlpoaa Karlpoaa MMlp MIa CambyaeElixir Cambyses CambysesElixir Camby
Elixir Johnstown Iiicacbee and Bill BillDorus BIUDoms BillDorus
Dorus also aJ JO ran ranSeventh Na NafCeventh raaSeventh
Seventh race raceSelling Selling S l1f for three threeyearolds threeyrol4W threeyearolds
yearolds and upward one and onesix onesixteenth onesixteeth x xteenth ¬
teenth miles mtleMae Macy Jr 121 t2 Bnglan Bnglander BDtrIaader lea leader
der 20 to 1 won John Lyle loTTMll loTTMlller 1M MIl MIller Miller
ler a to 1 second nd Leonard J Hay Hayman HaymaD Hayman
man 94 Fretshon 20 0 to 1 third thirdTime thlrclTime thirdTime
Time 14716 Tartan Ed BalL Die Disobedient DI DIobedient Dieobedient ¬
obedient Wrenne Wren e Omata Prudential PrudentialGirl PrudeaUaloarl till tillGirl
Girl Society Bodet Bud BI Memorise and An Ancassln 1tcauln Aueasels
easels also ran ranFirst ranSltMp ranSheepebelti
SltMp eai BaT EatrlM EatrlMFlnt EatnletFirst
First race raCeFh raceFhte Five e furlongs furlong Common CommonSue CoatmonSue CommonSue
Sue Sue TOO Gargantua112 Gal1r tua11J Roxle 109 1 Commodore Com COmmodorl I IJre
modorl Jre Anson 112 Mme 11 Lettie 109 1 High laughE HighWoods
1 Glass 111 King Brush 11 Senator SenatorClay Senatorclay
Clay 11 Joe Miller 112 Lady War Wartn
tn f 108 Wilton L il 1acke 112 AI H HWood8 HWood
Woods 112 Lad of Langdon 112 Col Colonel Colcnel Colcnel ¬
cnel Jack 112 Qualify 108 Hancock HancockMS IIaneock1OS
MS Theodoria JOt Will Do M9 Rock Bockstone Rockstone Rockatone
stone 112 1l and Ben Trovato TrovatoStocond MS MSSecond 102Second
Second rafe8tx race Six and onehalf fur furlog fur furlongs fUroQp ¬
longs Diamond d Flush 115 Preen 111Lord 111 USLord 111Lord
Lord of the Forest Fonet 108 Broadcloth Brosdc lib 115Shotgun 1USbo libShotgun
Shotgun Sbo 121 Robin Hood Hood 115 Edna EdnaJackson EdnaTacDon na naJackson
Jackson 108 t MinUs 111 Cloten Cloten 115 115Avtaton 116AviMon 115Avlston
Avtaton MS Givonnl Balerio Ill An AnOambrtnus Aaneta Anneta
neta Lady D Bllekaway ill Mom Momtam Mosses Mossesturn
tam M FIs FIh h Hawk 86 Sly Ben Ben 101 101amplE 101Simple
amplE Honoulll 1ii Commune ommune lC11 lC11Oambrtnu 101Ganbrinus
Oambrtnus U5 U Shine On 11L 11LThird ULThird 111Third
Third race raceTbe The Sapphire Ave ftv and andonehalf aadone andonehalf
onehalf one alt furlongs Killicrankle KllllcraakJe 115 115Royal 115Royal 111Royal
Royal Onyx MS Zambesi > M8 Tn4lenU6 Toddles ToddlesFourth Toddlealli
lli W H Dantela Dante 125 Montgomery ont omery <
111 AlpenmalCheo I 101 Lord LDrdI1J Boarseges BoarsegesFourth
I1J I1J1ourth
Fourth race raeeOne One mile Dandelion Dandeliond
120 2It RapId d Water 114 11 Dr Gardner 196 196son J JFirat 106First
First Mason son 117 Inquisitor Inqut itor 113 Proper Properll4 <
114 Coy Maid 101 XUmesha Klameoba106 Klameoba106Neva 108 108Neva 101Neva
Neva Lee 111 Inferno lnlemo 114 ion ionDa Kings KingsDaughter 1n
Da Daughter tr 192 141 Brookdale Nymph N m 1 1Spanker 188 1Oxford
Oxford OxfordDaughter 108 TIptoe T1pion 1 1 UI 120Dolly
Good LUck lOS OrIy II 1 108 108Spanker Dolly 111 1115pank I
Spanker 5pank 107 Colonial Colonial Girt 115 Consist Conuteat Consistent eolat15 ¬
eat 96 Zlenap ZlenapFifth 96 96Fltth 6 6Fifth
Fifth raceOne and an eighth el htb miles milesDandelion milesDandelion
Dandelion 138 Tangle 118 LxuflstHla
116 Ostrich O tr1ch 114 Peter Sterling Ill IllSchoolmate 11 118c llSchoolmate
Schoolmate 8c lmatt 103 Wes W 102 Slaughter SlauxhterWater au < Mer
10 10 Sonoma Bel Belle 1031 e 100 Ce Cederstromc erlrtromc M MVtater 18Water
Water Dog 93 Hallowmas 89Sixth 89 89Sixth IIISIxth
Sixth race raceFive Five furlongs Pass Him HimOut HI HIOut HimOut
Out Landsman Pierrot Royal Roy Onyx OnyxLinnepee OnyxUnMpee OnyxLtnnepee
Linnepee Amberly Lally WaterburyGenham Waterbury WaterburyOlenham Waterbu WaterbuOIenham
Olenham Sam Bernard 112 EconomYilselone Fcosomy FcosomyAlgelonne Economy EconomyAlgelone
Algelone Fire Opal Sweet Eileen EIleen Ad Adelinette AdeUnette Addinette
dinette Rufus Rut Citrons Metre Lap Laplace Laplace Laplace ¬
lace Jacinta J 101 101Seventh 1 1Seventh laSeventh
Seventh race raee raceOne One and threeguarter threeguartermiles threequarter threequartermiles threequartermiles
miles on turf Little Scout 101 1 Sir SirRalph SirRalph SirRalph
Ralph 103 Louis Lou H IL 191 Right Royal Royall
l 101 Lancastrian 96 > 6 Ebony 101 I OurSister Our OarShlt8J
Shlt8J Sister 101 California King b PrIority
101 Huntington HuntingtonClear I funtington M MClear B BClear
Clear and fast fastSUNDAY tutSUNDAY fastSUNDAY
Continued from Second Page Pageand Pqoand Pageand
and Kerr were both safe on a Solders flelderachoice Solderschoice fielder fielderchoice
choice J Sym singled 8tnKied1Gnc King fumbled fumbledand fumbledand fumbledand
and missed Lords Lord wellmeant sacrifice sacrlncand enftceand sacrificeand
and Kinneys beautiful single did the therest thereat therest
rest The sixth Ixth run was made in the theeighth theeighth I
eighth eI < hth Bielaski was 111 given ven a life ure Hard HardIng Harding
Ing hit safely rely and Hayden again sac sacrificed aeriAeed sacrificed ¬
rificed Bielaski reached home on onFrank onFrank onFrank
Frank Symanoskis out out Atchison to toKing toKing toKing
King and this was w practically the end endnext endA
A third game will be 1 some time timenext timenext
next week eek to decide t tThe the champlonanip obampionantpThe I IThe
The official score scoreSecond scoreSocond scoreSecond
Second GameCalvary Game GameCalrmrr GameCalvary
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St Stephens s Succumbs toRunnersUp to toRunnersUp toRunnersUp
RunnersUp in the Capital CapitalCity CapitalCityOrganization CapitalCityOrganization
City CityOrganization CityOrganizationHOYLES CityOrganizationHOYLE Organization OrganizationHOYLES
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Smith SMlt StarsSt Stars StanSt Starsst
St Stephens Institute Ia tlUate had to sucumb sucumbyterday suctnaYflterday sucumbyrterdsy
yterday at the American League Lea M Park Parktd Fwktd PMktd
td the fierce onslaughts ta of the Columbia ColumbiaAthletic eoablaAt ColumbiaAt1lUC
Athletic At INJe Club i to t L The game waswanted was waswanted wuwaaed
wanted badly by the Columbia men and andStephens andBtepbeaa andStephens
Stephens was as equally amMtbtas amMtbtaskeep ambltl1ilWJuoep le lekeep
keep the Columbia from winning forby for forby torbT
by so doing the Atlantic At1m would w Uld have havewon ha havewon e ewon
won th the championship In the Capital CapitalCity CallltalCIty CapitalCity
City League As it Is new Columbia and andAtlantic lidAtlantAn andAtlantlcs
Atlantic will w l have to i 1lay lay off the theThe game gameheader gameThe
The game wag the second Cot a double doubleheedel doubleheader
header the Ant was won by b Agriculturefrom Agriculture Agriculturefrom AlP1culturetrom
from Immaculate ImmaculateBtephens Im ImmaculateStephens ulat6 ulat68tephen
Stephens went to the bat first and andMyers andlyertl andMyers
Myers hit J t for t r a stogie 8In Morisrtty cash cashed eaBhed cashed ¬
ed one up to Hoyle and Myers My In trying trytogto t tto tryingto
to take second was jabbed in the face faceby t tby faceby
by Mullen ul and had to retire Mecarrenstruck MeCarren MeCarrenstruck MeCulOftatruck
struck out Taylor for nr the Columbia Columbiamen ColumbiaDMII Columbiamen
men hit safely Iy Torney failed at an at attempt at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to bunt her doubled Taylor Taylorat Taylorat Taylorat
at second Hook was hammered in the theribs therIbe theribs
ribs and walked Mullen pasted a hot hotone hotone hotone
one through third base Hoyle followedand followed followedand followedand
and picking out a likely bulb skied led to totbe totll tothe
the tll outer fence t In right field for four fourColumbia tOUtColumWa fourbases
bases basesColumbia
Columbia Scare ia FourthStephens Fourth FourthStephen PeurthStephens
Stephens could not score until un l the thethird theLtlrd thethird
third inning wh when n Wllhoite walked walkedtook toaJkedtook walkedtook
took second 4 on Hoylcs Hoyle misplay m pla of ofMoriaritys otforlarityII ofMoriaritys
Moriaritys grounder and came home homeon homeon homeon
on McCarron welt over second the sec second aee aeeond secend ¬
ond clean hit of the game Columbia Columbiascored Columbiascored Columbiascored
scored in the fourth on Mullens hit be beyond bo boyond beyond ¬
yond Wllhotte immediately followed by byHoyle byHo by1lovles
Hoyle Ho 1lovles two twocker sucker in the other Held HeldStone fteIdStone leadStone
Stone hit a nasty one to second butDougherty but butDougherty butherty
Dougherty herty who had been playing a star stargame IItarpane stargame
game gobbled it up Smith popped a afly aity afly
fly that Mortarity took care or and andStone anelStone andStone
Stone came home ho on the throw in inSt tn8t InSt
St Stephens got busy in n the fifth fifthBuscher fttUBuecber fifthBuaeher
Buscher drove a beauty to right fieldand field fieldand neldand
and Wllhoite laced one into Hooks Hooksdriving Hooksdrlvlftlr Hooksdriving
driving Buscher home b me McCarron had hadto hadto hadto
to go to the bench after Stone caught caughthis eIIJPhthis caughthis
his fly S Sj Stephenr never got any anycloser anyelo anycloser
closer er than this u for in the sixth Columbla Co Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia tucked the game away by mak making JDlLkinK makInn ¬
inK two more runs Mullen singled n Ied and andcame adcame andcame
came to third base on a passed ball of ofKrafts ofKratt ofKrafts
Krafts Stone walked Smith skied to toSteep toBteep toSteep
Steep and Dougherty did not seem toknow to toknow toknow
know what to do with Fulchers Icbers welt weltCurnane weltCurnane weltCurnane
Curnane poked one over oy second baseand base baseand baand
and when the smoke cleared up the Co Columbia Co Columbl Columbia ¬
lumbia lumbl team was w two to the good StStephens St StStephens 5t 5tStephen
Stephens was unable to score any morerune more moreruns morerunll
runs runeWilheite runsWiiheite runllWillteU
Wiiheite Was Busy BusyIn BusyIn BusyIn
In the eighth Hoyle started off otrby by flY flYIn flylug ly lying ¬
lug < to Wllhoite Stone knocked a high highone highODe highone
one to Steep Smith walked Buscher Buscherhit Buscherhit Bucherhit
hit Fuieher in the side kle and Curnane Curnanemade CurnaneMade Curnanemade
made his second hit ef t the day Taybr Tay Taylor Taylor ¬
lor got a life on Dunnes error Torney Torneysingled TorneySIIngled Torneysingled
singled and Hook stopped the agony by bygoing by8OIng bygoing
going out at first firstWllhoite AutWilhoite firstWIhoite
Wllhoite sent an easy eas fly to Mullen MullenMortarity MullenKorlartty MullenMorlarity
Mortarity struck out McCarron hit hitand hitand hitand
and Helnrich followed Uowed in 111 the same rut rutThe rutThe rutThe
The game had been IntervalfColltfow prolonged prolon a trifle trifletoo trtrtetoo trifletoo
too much and at this Interval Cornflower Cornflowercalled ColUflowerellecl er ercalled
called it causing the hit hits and outs torevert to torevert torevert
revert back ek to the eighth eighthCurnane e eighthCurnane hth hthCurnane
Curnane and Smith were w re the two twobright twobright twobright
bright star star outside of Hoyle for If Ifever Irever ifever
ever the sailor UOI battery worked well itdid It Itdid Itdid
did so yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The scoreC score scoreC eoreC
C A C R H O OA OATaylor A Xi JR St fits In R H O A AB ABTaylor R RTaylor
Taylor cf 0 1 1 I Myers c 0121 0121Tttrn 0 1 1 1 0Tersey 0 0TonIey
Tttrn TonIey y s w 0 1 0 Morlarityli MorJaritylf 0 l 2 0 0Heok 1 1Hook
Hook k b b 1 0 J 1 2 McCronlb 0 1 6 0 0 0Mulkm 0XuUe 0MuUea
Mulkm Jto J S i I 0 HelnrichM 0 S 2 1 1Hoyle 1Hoyle 1Hoyle
Hoyle Ib 2 2 SO 2 2U 0 0 Kraft e i ft 0 0 0 09tom eatom
atom If 1 I 2 1 Daughylb e 1311 1311Smith 13 1311Smth 1 1 1aatth
Smith c c 1 1 92 9 I ADaMi Dean lb b 0 e 2 211 211OBdenrf l l lOBrteitrf 1OBrienrt
OBrteitrf e 1 8 I 1 St Steep p cf 0 0 4 4Putebw e 0 0Cunt 0uusene
Cunt p 0 J 1 1 BUHhp 1 1 1 4 4hleber 0 0FuIebr
Putebw rf rt 1 9 9 1 1Total lhoit thsite 2 1 1 1Tota1B 0 0 0Totals
Total Tota1B 9 I 84 2 M I 21 I Total 2 424 14 J 3 3Columbia 3CoIUlltItta 2Columbia
Columbia 2 350202034 350202034St 992020 2 II 29 29St 21St
St Stephens 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 003 003First 03 03fnt
First base by errors errotIIColumbla Columbia 3 Bt BtStephens St St8t fitStephens
Stephens 8t n8 2 Left on bae baM8Columltta 0 Columbia 3 Bt Bt8t Ht8t4tPbeR ftStephens
Stephens 8t pben8 6 First JltlBt1lMe iaa base on ballsOff Cursane Cur Curnan CurI
nan sane S off Muacher 4 Struck Stru k out outBy outByCumane outByCurnane By ByCurnane
Curnane t by Bwebr 2 Home runlloyle run runHoyle run1I01e
Hoyle Twobum 1wobe hitaHoyJe hits HoyJ Mullen Sac Sacrifice SacrI Sacrnke ¬
rifice rI hit httlIelnrtok HeJnrioh Stolen btnec b efITayor efITayorStORe baseeTaylorStone Taylor TaylorStoa
StORe Wllholt My Myer ra Kraft D Daugherty DaughertyDouble DaughertyDouble uirh rty rtyDouble
Double play playBullOher Bu h r to Daugberty Hit by bypitcher bypltclMrBy bypitcherBy
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Passed banKratt ball Kraft Umpire UmpireH H Coliinowar ColltdowerTime ColiinowarTime Colli Cower CowerTime
Time of gamel gam 1 hour and M minutes minutesCORINTHIANS mtnutesCORINTHIANS
LIVINGSTON S I Sept 8 BThe The All AllNew AUNew AllNew
New York Association As football team teamroved team1troved teamurov
1troved urov roved ed decidedly dcldedl easy for the visiting visitingLondon visitingLondon
London Corinthian eleven here her this aft afterneon after80n afterneon
erneon the visitorswinning visitors vi ltors winning out by the theadore theS thesore
adore S sore of t13 13 to 6 in ina a game of association associationfootball assoclat1onfootbaIL associationfootball
McGrawsMinions McGr McGraw v sMinions Go GoDown GoDownto Down Downto Downto
to Defeat Before Hanlon Hanlonites Hanlonites Hanlonltes
ites ites in DoubleHeader DoubleHeaderCUBS DoubleHeaderCUB DoubleHeaderC
In Pitcher Duel Windy City PlayersPound Players PlayersPoiiEd PlayersPound
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Phillies Lose to B Boston BstonBROOKLYN BostonBROOKLYN ston
1 BROOKLYN X Y Sept t SThe I Kw KwYork + few fewYork fOW fOWYork
York National were shut t out twice by bythe Bythe bythe
the Brooklyn today Sanaa doing the thetrick thetrick thetrick
trick in the first same and Soankw In Intbe Intbe hithe
tbe second Sharp harp fielding hkllft kept the theOlants theGiants theGiants
Giants from tr from ln scoring in the first contestthree contest contestthree cente t tthree
three double plaYS by the infield retlri retlriIng retir retirIng retiring
Ing the New York team when wit wke they Had Hada
a chance to send runs In The second secondgame IHtCOftdpme secondgame
game was a pitchers battle with Ith honors honorspractically honorspacUc8Uy honorspractically
practically even The Th More MoreNew ROresNew scoresNew
New York R H O A A A B E
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Devlin 3 1 5 1 1 1Bre8Bahaa 1 1Bresnahan
Bresnahan e 9 9Dahlen 1 4 S SDahlen 1
Dahlen B 8 9 9S 4 3 1 1traJlgb 113trasg
13trasg S traJlgb trail gr 2b 1 1 3 3DowerJIMUI 0 0Bowerman
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Total TotalBrooklyn 12M123 12M123Brook I J4 13 I IBrooklyu
Brooklyn BrooklynCasey Brook R H 0 A JB JBTotal Eeaey BCaaey
Casey Jb b bloney 1 I 2 8 8Kaloney 1 1Maloney
Maloney loney ef efrfimiey 9 1 2 0 0umley 1 1Lumley
rfimiey rf rfJordan 1 J 1 0 0JorckA 1 1Jordan
Jordan Ib IbMcCarthy 1 1 I 1 1McCarthy iMcCarthy
McCarthy If IfAlperman 1 I J JAlpenna 0 1 1Alperman
Alperman s sHummel N 1 1 4 I 1 1liummel 1Hummel
Hummel tb tbJWtter 1 1 4 7 7Jltter I IRitter
JWtter e eX 9 e 4 1 1110ft 0 0Eason
X Eason 110ft on p 9 1 1 I ITotaltl 1 1Totals
Total C 9 27 14 14New 1 1New 1New
New York 10 9999999 1 I 1 1 03 9 4eBrooklyn 94 94Brooklyn iIBreok1yn
Brooklyn 11390919 1 1 a 5 0 0 1 x xThroebase xt xtThroebuc x1Thmobase <
Throebase bit bltA Alperman pemman BowermanTwobane Bewerman BewermanTwobase noertMftTwebAM
Twobase hit hltBIoWIt Browne Hummel Sard Sardflee 8a Saccrfiee n nIce
flee hit bttAlpennan Alperman First on errors errorsNew errors errorsNew errorsNew
New York 1 Brooklyn 1 2 Base on ball ballOK balls ballsoft ballsOff
oft OK XcGlnnity S off Eason Kascn 1 Struck Struckout StruckoutBy StruckoutBy
outBy out By Eason 1 by byCOtnnlty McOinnlty 4 Left Lefton Lerton Lefton
on bases bue basesNew New Yerk 9 Ii Brooklyn 4 4Double 4Double 4Double
Double play playsAperraan Alperman Hummel and andJordan lidJ andJordan
J Jordan Hummel and Jordan T Hummel Hummeland Hummeland Hummeland
and Casey Umpire UmplODay O Day Attendance AtteadncM Attendance10l4
10l4 060 Time of same gamei l hour and Delzntnute M Mminute 6 6minutes
minute minutes
New York R JU H PQ A A A8haIuIon U UShannon BShannon
Shannon If 1 1Browne 1BroWtte 1 I I IBrowse
Browne rf rf8eyJaIour I i iSeymour 1 1 1 1Seymour
Seymour cf cfDevlin 1 < 1 1evlln 1 1 1Devlin
Devlin Sb I 1 iBresnahan a I IBrao 1 1Bresnahan
Bresnahan Brao e 1 i iDahlea 1 11 11Dablen 4 1 1Dahlea
Dahlea SB SBguanc 1 I S 0 1 1Jb 1Strang
guanc Strang Sb SbBowerman I I 1 of i 1 1Bowerman 1Bowerman
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for the Cubs over the Pirates Ptrat was the theresult th tht theresult
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pion he having defeated Warrron K KWood KWood KWood
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on the thirtyseventh hole holeWhile holeWhile holeWhile
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were in progress here this afternoon A AD AD AD
D McGinn of Chicago Chl go a caddy was wasstruck wa1struck wasstruck
struck by lightning and instantly killed
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to impress impr ss upon the men of ofWashington ofVlashington ofc
c Washington that th t ail an lab labtics our fab fabrics f h hrlcs ¬
tics are absolutely all wool woolthe wootthe woolthe
the worsteds are PURE no nomixture nomixture noo
o Sr mixture of cotton which is ishard ishard is isfr
fr 1 hard for the public publicto to detect detectWe detectWe
0 f 1 We absolutely guarantee our ourline ourline ourline
line of fall and winter suit suitings suitings ¬
0 ings at 18 8 strictly all wool woolarid wooland wooland
arid and are willing at any time timeto timeto timeto
to give samples for compari comparison compa > ri rison ¬
son We Ve can convince C cutiyii ti ce you youfor youfor youfor
for the simple reason the theQUALITY theQUALITY theQUALITY
QUALITY is here to back backus backus backus
us in all our ourstatements statements We Weshow Weshow Weshow
show numerous different pat patterns patterns patterns ¬
terns in Allwool Worsteds Worstedsat
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lors that use Imported French FrenchHair FrenchHair FrenchHair
Hair Cloth in the construc construction construction construetion ¬
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