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2 f p THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY S mA Y APRIL 21 211907 211907I 1907 1901KITSON
Washington WashingtonAthletics > 5 5Athletics
1 Athletics 6 6Throws 6KITSO 6kiTsoNas
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and mit7IsIIy materially UfI assisted by pawea paweattrst PS PSIrt to tofinK
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Washington wbJJI today by i to 5 5It 5 5It 5It
It was an at interesting contest nteat witnewed witnewedby witDdby witneedby
by 6 5 6SI snectatorc who were perlodteally perlodteallywarmed per10dteaJtywarnaed Pr1O4tc3IYwrmed
warmed by their own enthusiasni when whenan w wan wbetan
an Athletic thletJc player completed a a brilliant brilliantrarily brlUlantfteN brtUtntfle3dlng
fteN fle3dlng play or Id J OmetbII1C omethIn tempo temporarl1y tempoI
I rarily heroic with the bat Waahing Waahington Waahtnlto
ton to to1 died hard Not until Monc KOIIIe Cross CrossgraMMd CrouanIhbed CroeegrablMd
graMMd Hickmans Hick grounder ouacJ towed the theball theball theball
ball to Murphy completing the final out outof outof outof
of the game was the game won wonWashington WOftW wonWashington
Washington W ashingt n Hit Wall WallWashington VallWA8h1n1ton voaIWaahlngton
Washington made a determined nnlsh nnlshand ftnlshand ftnIhand
and but for a display of poor judgment judgmentby Judgmentby judgmentby
by a a player ayer at third the Nationals might mighthave mightbaft mightbave
have tied the score at their last time timeat tlmfat timeat
at bat bt The visitors hit Bender hard hardall hardall hardall
all through In fact much harder than thanthe thJnthe thnthe
the score shows but In only one on inning inningdid Inni Inningdid 1g 1gdid
did th their ir batting batU produce uco results rmti In runs runsKttson runslQ runsIataos
Kttson lQ ton was wa in fine In form early earl in j the thegame thegam thegame
game gam but he pitched poorly in the late lateInning lateinnm lateInning
innm Inning not only being belft hit quite haid haidbut hanlbut haidbut
but his passes were directly responsible responsiblefor
for three of the Athletics runs while whilehis whilehi whilehII
his hi fumble umbleot of C Schrecks easy w grounder grounderalso grounderaJBQ grounderaisq
also contributed to the heme h teams teamstotal teamstotaL tznstotal
totaLTwo totalTwo total totalTwo
Two Rns0 RfDS Off Of Passes PassesThe PiseosThe l lTtte
The hard upJhlll fight put up by the theAtMstfes theAtbltftle theAtblt1es
AtMstfes was wa deserving of victory Up Upto Upto Uptothe
to tothe the fifth they bad failed to find Kit Kitson KitHon Kitaon
son for a single nete bit and when they went wentto welMto wentto
to bat t li in their half of the fifth were werehandicapped werehaacllcapped werehaadtcnppd
handicapped by a a lead of four runs It Itwas Itwag itwas
was in this inning Innift that they besan began to toget topl topet
get pl > t en more familiar terms with Kit Kitsons Kltsons Kiton
sons on s curves although altho the latters free freetransportation treetnuaaportatlon freetranaortatIon
transportation to first largely contrib contributed contributed contributed ¬
uted to the two runs scored eored vjn 4n ft thIs thteround tb1round thIsround
round Lord began the session with a apass apau apass
pass but was out stealing Bender Benderwalked Benderwlked Benderwalked
walked as did Hart el Cross bunted buntedsafely bUntedsafeb bbntedsafety
safely Seybold drove a scorching scorchinggrounder scorebtaggrounder hlag hlaggrounder
grounder to Sehlafly Sehlaft which the latter latterstopped IatterstoD latterstopped
stopped ed but could not handle in time to toretire toretire toretire
retire the runner Bender tearing corinc Davis Davisflted DavtsftlM lvisftIM
flted to Jones Hartsel crossing n the plate plateafter plateaffer plateatier
after the catch catchHcyr catchHQjV catchBir
Hcyr Bir Athletics Wen WenIn WenIn Wonthe
In the a succeeding inning InalncSebreek Scbreck first firstup mup rs rsup
up up was safe on Kltsons fumble fumbleKnight fumb16Knt fumbleKnight
Knight struck out Lord drove to deep deepleft deepleU deepleft
left center Schreck scoring ahead of ofhim orhim ofhim
him AJtlsers Jtlllr poor return of the ball ballgiving b11gh baUgi1ng
giving gh the batter the credit for a a home homerun homerun homerun
run In the seventh inning with one onenut oneout onenut
nut nut Seybold singled to right rl t and with withDavto withDavW withDavis
Davis retired scored on successive successive5inte au succeseivetnglen ceutve ceutveIlndell
5inte tnglen by Wur MurPhy hy and Schreck SchreckThe SdlredtTIM SChTerIIThe
The Athtottps Ath scored their winning run runin runjn runin
in the eighth hth Inning Innln < Lord first upf upfwalked upflalked ui uiwalked
walked Benders Ben4 sacrifice erlftee placed him himon himon himon
on second whence he tallied OR Hart Hartsels Hartlael Hsrtesets
sets ael slashing sla double against nat the right rightfield nntfield rightfield
field fence femjeWashingtons tenceWashingt fenceWasliingtens
Washingtons Washingt Good Inning InningWashington InniBgWa InningWshlngton
Washington Wa h1ngton made a fusillade ful Uade of hits hitsin aI aIin dtaIn
in the fourth inning < scoring < tour ran ranby raN raNby rangby
by a splendid batting < rally Jones wac wacthe wutie ws wsthe
the first fill to face Bender the latter fum fumbling fulftbUn fumbl1n ¬
bUn bling his grounder roundpr Perrine drove out a along alon along
long lon double to rightcenter Jones JOII JOIIthird taking takingthird talcingthird
third base Heydon singled IIIn led to left leftJones lettJonN left leftJoneu
Jones scoring but Hartsel Har l held PerrhM PerrhMon
on third Kitson struck out Ganley Ganleybunted Ganlerbunted Gassleybunted
bunted and it1 Itwu was too far to Davis left leftto eftto leftto
to field Davis went after it slowly the thebatter tll8batter thehatter
batter taking two bases bs u Perrtne and andHeydon aR4lHeydon andHeydon
Heydon going 8OIn home homeSchiatty homeSch1aJly homeSchiafty
Schiatty filed to Knight but Cross Crosslined Cn CnIinfd Cnimlined
lined out a a long single to center Ganley Ganleyscoring Ganley8cortn Oanleyscoring
scoring 8cortn Anderson banged the sphere ere to toleft toldt toleft
left field for a double Hartsel holding holdingOoss heWU heWUroa holdingroas
Ooss roa on third Altlser AltI r could not con continue eoRtlnue continue ¬
tinue the th cannonade and was the third thirdout thirdout thirdOut
out Knight to Davis DavisCoached Dav18Coached DavisCoached
Coached to Death DeathIn DeathIn DeathIn
In the t ninth inning Fwrine rrlne and Hey Heydon Heydon Haydon ¬
don reegved ved bases ba on balls ball in succes succession succession suceesalon ¬
sion Kill batting hattl for Kitson moved movedeach movedtAch movedeach
each man up i a a base by a sacrifice sacrificeGanley aacriftceGanley sacrificeGanley
Ganley hit a hard single to left Perrtne Perrtnescoring Perrineacorfng
scoring 8 rtn Heydon was coached to his hisdeath h hisdeath l ldeath
death at the plate Hartaels neat and andquiok andQulak andriuink
quiok nicktin pickup of the tne ball and acci accireturn accurate CC1ntereturnto accuratereturn
return returnto to Schreck uU nailing Heydon Heydonyard by a ayam ayard
yard Hickman batted for Sehlafly butt but butthe
the t h he beet he could do was an easy easygrounder easygrounder easygrounder
grounder to Monte Cross 8II forcing f Ganley Ganleyat
at second secondThe HeOIIdThe secondThe
The fielding features were the playing playingof p1yh playingof
of Lave Cross C two running inc catches caleb by byof
Hartsel and catc catcdrives catching of terrific Hn HnScMafiy HIM HIMdrtvei iaedrives
drives drtvei by Knight KnightThe aIMf and ScMafiy SebIad7The SehindyThe ScMafiyH
The Score ScoreWashington ScoreWuh1DrtOD ScoreWahiflgton
Washington WashingtonGanley to L H o A B BGUier BGanley
Ganley rf rfSchlafiy 1 1 1SchlaJIy f ft fI fHartsel S SSchlafty3b
Schlafiy Schlafty3b 3b 3bCross t 4 2 41 41croas 0CroeTh
Cross CroeTh fb fbAnderson I J 3Andersoeib0 I IAnderloll
Anderson Andersoeib0 Ib IbAlttser I I 0 1 1AIUe 11
Alttser cf cfJones 1 1 I IJon iJones
Jones Jon If IfPsrrtne 1 I J JP i o oPrrinese
Psrrtne PsrrtneBlaokaaship P Prrinese rlDe 1 1 1 1 1 1BIDk 1BlankenhIpc1
Blaokaaship BIDk BlankenhIpc1 e eHeydon S J JHe7dotl 0 0 0Heydogc
Heydon Heydogc c v vKitson 1 1 12 t t tKltIOII IKIUOLP
Kitson KIUOLP p pNIH p 1 4 41 41NilL 1 1NIU
NIH v vHiekman 0 It ItHlekJ 0 0 0HIekmaa
Hiekman HiekmanTotals J F FTot 0 es esTotals
Totals Tot Totals1Schreck M 1 1 1tgchreck 14 I ItSchreek i
tgchreck out oUt hit ldtltF by batted tIatWBanect balL balLBatted balLRetied
Batted for Kitwm KitwmBatted KJ KJBattedfor Kitrnsflatted
Batted Battedfor for SohUdiy SohUdiyPhltadelnliia S1drPhltadel ehlyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phltadel R H O 0 0Hartzf 4 4Hartxel 4 4Hansel
Hartxel > I lF77 It 1 1 4 1 1CrotlS 1 1Cross
Cross ss f S I 9 9Seybold 2 2S S SSoybold
Seybold S yh < ld rf 1 J 1 1Davis 1Davfil S I IDavis
Davis Ih S 4 4Murphy 4urphy I IMUTPh
Murphy urphy 2l i 1 1SchreckengRMK 11 S 1 1 1SChrf 1H
SchreckengRMK SChrf > cke e 1 1 4 4Knight t tKn 0 0Knight H
Knight Kn ht 3b I 1 1Lord I S e ILordcf I ILord
Lord Lordcf of 1 1 1Bender 1 If 0 0J3enderp
Bender J3enderp p 1 ft ftWashington 1 1 1 1Totals 1Totals
Totals i s t JI U UWUhlngtan 2 2Wazhingtsm
Washington WashingtonPhiladelphia 00004000 0000 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 16 16PhtladE 14Philadelphia
Philadelphia PhtladE > lphia 00002211 00002211Earned 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 i iEarned 4 4jarned
Earned runs runsVmhlngton Washington 3 Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia t First JIJr t base bu by I b errors errors errorsWashing errorsWashington Wash Washing Washington Ing Ingtonr2
tonr2 ton 2 Philadelphia P 2 l Ltt tt on bases basesWashington baIWsWuqingtoD basesWastIngton
Washington 6 Philadelphia I First Firstbase FIrStbaH FIrstbase
base on balls ball80ft Off Bender 3 off Kitson
6 Struck truk out outBY By Bender ndr 4 by Kit Kitson Kitson Kitson
son 4 Home run runlord IJofd Twobase Twobasehits TwohasehU Twotasehits
hits hU Ierrtn Ganley Hartzel Sacrifice Sacrificehits Sacriftehita Sacrificehit
hits hit Davis Ja s Murphy Murrh Render cndr Nill Wild Wildpitcr Wildplte V1idpltc
pitcr > Bindfr 1mpire tmpirefRns Kvans Time > of ofgan f faranfl fganr1
gan aranfl f I hour and 59 5 1 minutes Alter Atterd Atterdancx582 Atterdanc2 d da
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I Woncler Wonderful ul Distance D tdnce Runner i
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man who lives iip1 iip1the up 16 16the t tthetraditions
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tropljies I wonon won on the thetrack th thI thtrack thetrack
track almost A au a ost t equal equ equ1own l lo
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Full bto blooded ded Onoadasa 0n0IwIII Indian IJId from fromthe f1C f1Ctile fromthe
the Caledonia reservation tJoa near Hamil Hamilton 11 11toa Ilamfiton ¬
ton toa Ont who wen the xaevcfth Boa Boaton BotOft Boottit
ton Marathon Race on Friday PrIda from a afl afteld afield
fl field id of 114 competitors coaipeUtora He H covered the thetwentyfive thet thetwentyfive
twentyfive t miles in 2 hours 24 minutes minutesg
91 45 4 g seconds which wa was 5 minutes mlD1Kaaeeonda 2 45 45seconds 44seconds
seconds better than the record recordLongboat recordlAagboat recordLooghoat
Longboat was w practically unknown unknowna as asa asa
a a distance clt runner until a year ago Since Sincecoming Sincecoming nee neecoming
coming to the front as a road runner of ofmarvelous ofJDarYeioua ofmarveloun
marvelous ability some strange tales taleare JLre JLretold Lre Lretold
told of his hi ability in long distance run r11nniRK runnIng running ¬
ning He has won eveay eve big outdoor outdoorrace outdoorrace outdoorrace
race that he entered and nd at no P f time has hashe b bbe hashe
he ever been pushed to his blalimlt hIa1lmIt limit Last Lastfsll Luttn Lastfall
fall he disappeared dl appeared at daybreak on the themorning the1ftOrnln themorning
1ftOrnln morning of a big road race and did not notWorlds potWHITE notWHITE
Worlds W rldts Champions Bunch BunchHits BunchHits BunchHits
Hits in the Sixth SixthInnipg SixthInnipg SixthInnipg
Innipg InnipgCHICAGO InnipgCHl InnipgCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHl GO April pdl 38 30lbe The e Sox bunched bunchedhits bunchedhits ed
hits m fir the seventh inning < today and andclinched adcuneh andclinched
clinched c1 the gaMe The Tb Browns scored scoredin IIOOredin scoredIn
in the opening session and held the lead leadby Jeadby leadby
by the one run uptj up t > the sixth inning inningwhen Inningwhen tuningwhen
when gabn ahn and Jones Jon crossed the plate plateon plateon plateon
on Donohuesc Donohu s single to right Petty Pcltywss Pdtywas Pettywas
was unhittable up to the sixth Inning Inningwhen Inn Innhen Inningwhen
when hen he took a flight Sullivan brought broughtIn hro t tIn
In Robe and Dougherty in the sixth sixthafter sixtharter sixthafter
after Donohue Donob hit was made giving givingthe pvtnrthe givingthe
the Sox a lead of three run runThe ruM ruMThe runsThe
The score scoreChicago acoreCbleap scoreChlmo
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Totals 1 IX 1311 1311U411 M 2 2Ratted SHNttei
Ratted U411 for P PeIt leity Uy In I ninth ninthChioMto aIMILCI ninthDiimgo
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NBWYORK NJIW YORK April 2 iOJumplng Jumptq Iumptn Into Intothe IntOtIN intothe
the lead I in the first tI inning Jnnin the 4srew w York YorkAaxricxtts YOrkAUMtricAfta YorkAsedricans
Aaxricxtts had an easy eaa time In defeating defeatingBOSUMI defeatiDcBoIitIHI defeatinggootnis I
BOSUMI Orth at all times had the Sloan Heaneatars 1J 1Jt Sloansalem
salem t at his hi mercy and kept their bits bitsweft hitswell
well scattered a Score ScoreBOBtML
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Crig Crigw r c 0 063 0 63 6 3 OConroy onroY If 0 2 3 1 0
DbM DbHoen n p 0003 0 I 4 0 3 0 Thomas bornaa c 1 2 3 U 0 IIoFreeman
Freeman Fre m n u o 5 f II > o e Orth p 1 1 o o 0 oTotal 0Tota 0Totls
Total 1 7 24 4 14 i ZI TotaB S 12 27 2 i li 1 1 1Battmi 1Batteod IBatted
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Net Ne York S 0 ft 1 0 0 S < i x g gFirst 8Flnt
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hit hitElberfllrt Elberfelrt Twohas hits hltsFfrrs httsVfrrIsThmaa Ferris FerrisThomas I
Thomas Parent P ffnt Klherfcld yacriflct ucrtttc hits hitsKeel hitllKfellr hitsKeeIer I
Keel Kfellr < T Chase 8telen t ien base baseC baseCnroy Otaroy 1troy Double IoJUb
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appear a again a until Bojuff MeR n ofi AVhen AVhenQuestioned WIMft4ueet1oned WbesI S
Questioned as to hie whereabouts 9 be becalmly becaboly I
calmly confessed that he had Jogged Joggedover joggedOVdr I
over 09 r the course to ofaJIdHarlze familiarize Mnlself Mnlselfwith Jtlmsellwith MuisOll
with the cdvrse IB II I the afternoon he hewent het h hwent S
went t out and won ase nieased MMdhaving MMdhavingrun having havingrun
run fifty miles between 1 daybreak and andnightfall andriipttan an anthghtfafl I
nightfall nightfallWhile riipttanWh thghtfaflWhile
While still a a lad he was rome eighteen eighteenmiles eighteenm elghtecrmiles
miles m ea from his home with his mother and andtwo Adtwo an antwo
two younger brothers when it became becamenecesary beeo1lIIeneceIIrY beesnnecesary
necesary for the Indian troupe to return returnto retumto I Ito
to the wigwam as soon as possible po His Hismother Hismother Hi Himother
mother hired a fast t horse and buggy buggywhich buggywblch bugg buggwhich
which would only accommodate three threeThey threeThtty
They left Thomas Tho to tohoor hoof it home at his hisleisure hisleisure his hiskdaure I
leisure but upon their arival there die discovered d doov diecovered ¬
covered oov lPfI Mm lm juleep m ht his bunk having havingoutrun havingoutnm bavinioutrun
outrun the horse over the tQe rough back backwoods baokwooda backwoods ¬
woods roads roadsplay roacIaplayCOIIIO roadsplayConvoy
play playCOIIIO Conroy and CbM Cbue Umplreo Ure Umpireelusn Umpireelusnsad Kwrat Kwratand t taDd
and Cemwllr C Tim Time of gasna gamei l hoer aad aadmiDuteL andminutes H HmimitM
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CLEVELAND CL VE1AD April 2tJOfIS Joes allowed allowedwas allowedaDly a110we3only I
only one hit today and the Naps won wonb worby
b by c to L 1 The nllerg sole WI tally cams cam8n camsIn
In n the lleVe1th Crawford singled Cobb CobbW S
was W hit iad Turners tumble filled the thebase thee thiboson S SS
e base Schaefer walked IaJ forcing Craw Crawrd Crawora Crawordtu
ora ordtu ordtuThe rd In InThe In InThe
The Nap gained their runs In the thefirth tb4lfifth I IMtII
firth Birmingham Blrmln < ham and Clarke singled singledand slnglroand singh I Iand
and Joss walked A pa pUS to Bay forced o I
la a arun run r and Clarke was forced at the theplate theplate thsplate
plate on Stovalfs grounder Flick was waspassed wasllJIIIEd wassnod
passed snod lorcing f > rclng in another tally and andLajoMs ansiS
Lajotos S double scored Bay and S Stovall StovallTurner StovsdlTurner to vail vailTurner
Turner then tbe fanned and Bradley B dley flied fliedout I Iout
out outScore 0
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Trinity College barely eked out a vic victory vietoiy ie ieiGn ¬
tory over George Washington University Universityat UnIversit UnIversitat
at Van N Sss > ss ssxpark ark Park yesterday ye tenlay afternoon afternoonby afternoonby S Sby
by 9 to S S in eight innings inningsGeorge InningsGeorge inningsGeorgeWahington
George GeorgeWahington Washington wan woefully weak weakwith wenkwtth t twith
with the stick In the early stages of the thegame thsgame
game getting its first hit hit an Infield Infieldsingle InfieldlIIngle Infleksingle I
single by Carr in the fifth inning But Butthereafter L Lthereafter
thereafter they pounded the ball hard hardwhen hardwben I Iwhen
when hits meant rune getting two safe safeties safctiN I
ties off Lane In the sixth inning and andflve andfhe an anfive t
five off Webb in the seventh and eighth eighthsessions I Isessions i
sessions sessionsOn stsslonsOn sessionsOn
On the other hand Trinity hit the theball theball S Sball
ball hard throughout tb1 thi ughout the game getting gettingat getttniat ttlng ttlnga
at a t least Ia t one hit In each inning but the thebatting thebatting I Ibatting
batting of the North Carolinians was wasnot wasnot wa 3 3not
not as timely as that of the Hatclietltes Hatclietltesas
as a Is evidenced el 1enced < by the thtfact tit fact that they theymade theymade thelmade
made fifteen hits while the locals could couldconnect couldconnECt I Iconnect
connect for only eight eightThe eightThe eightThe
The visitors made > two runs in the thesixth theIxth thi t tsixth
sixth Ixth and three thr each arh in the seventh seventhand seventhand I Iand
and eighth inning but In its half of oftheso o othese
these thes innings nning George Washington hung hunggamel hunigamely I
gamely gamel on n driving the same ntimber n mber of ofruns ofruns o oruns
runs across fitT SS the plate In each Inning inningF
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Pimlico Races RacesAttract RacesAttract
Attract Crowd CrowdTo CrowdH
H To ToOldCourse Old Course
1 1QuadrilIe
Quadrille the 1 to 3 3Favorite 3Favorite 3Favorite
Favorite Lands < Balti Baltimore Baltimore Ba1timore
more Club Cup From FromThe FromThe FrothThe
The Cricket CricketDr CricketDr CricketDr
Dr Keith Keit Draws Away Awayin Awayin vay vayin
in Stretch and Beats BeatsOut Be BeatsI ts tsOut
I Out Kara KaraforFirst KaraforFirstS for for FirstMoney First Birstloney
BALTIMORE BALTI IORa April M 11The The spring springmeeting springmeeting springmeeting
meeting at Pimlico was given gt a roug rouging rouaIn3 rouslag ¬
lag ssMdofC thl this afternoon when one of ofthe ottlte ofthe
the b4gset crowds crowd In the history of the thenew theDe thenew
new De club tumH turned out to see the sport sportMuch sportIucb sportMuch
Much Iucb of the oldtime sentiment still stillhangs sUIlhfings stillhngs
hangs about racing ruIn in Baltimore and andthe ardt vdthe
the t beet people o ot the town give the theSport theSport theSport
Sport of Kings their theirpatronage theirpatronageThe patronage patronageThe patronageThelOCAl
The ThelOCAl local society element was much in inevidence In6vldenl Inev1dene
evidence filling the boxes and grand grandstand grandatalld grandstand ¬
stand Quite a delegation also came cameover Qameoyer oumeover
over from Washington Wa hlgton Philadelphia Philadelphiaand
and New York too were represented representedAJgy reprefttedAIgy reproeentedAigy
AIgy Daingerfied Present PresentAlgernon PresentAIS8rnOft PresentAlgornon
Algernon Dalngertteld Dalnger eId secretary of ofthe orthe ofUse
the Jockey Club and Christophe Christoishec Fitz Fitzgerald Pkzgerald Fitzgerald ¬
gerald of the iii Brighton Brl bton Beach Associa ASs ela ¬
tiM were among the rialtors from fromNew fromNw fromNew
New York YorkAH YorkAlt TortAll
AH the condition condi ondt lon were re favorable to togood togood togood
good racing radn The weather was Na clear clearthe clMrtbe clearthe
the track fa faat fast t and good fields 4eId started
In every race The features of the card cardwere eardwere cardwore
were th the Green Spring Valley Steeple Steeplechase Steeplechue Steeplechase ¬
chase and the Baltimore Club Cup for foramateur foramatr
amateur rider rldelL in the steeplechase five flvestarted ftvestarted
started and they made a rattling good goodrace goodraeeThe goodrace
race raeeThe The iaeue was conceded to be be between btttv betwsen ¬
tween tv Kara and Dr Keith Kara Karaopened KaraGPe Karaopened
opened GPe 8d an evenmoney favorite but the thewise thewise
wise players went on On Dr Keith and at atpost atpost
post tinu tIn they the were both quoted at 2
to t 1 The race turned out a dael el be between Between between ¬
tween theee th two twoDr twp twpDr II I
Dr Keith Beats Kara KaraKara KaraKara KaraKara I
Kara was rather rank at t the start starta startand
ad set eat to make a a hot paee pac u seers HOftthp seersam
a am the flag fell Mr Taylor who had hadthe badthe 4 4the
the mount on Rocket went ent out after
Kara and d for a white forced the Daly
gelding to do his beet beetRocket beetRocket bootRocket
Rocket soon fell back however and andanother AndBother andanother
another struggle began Beg two jumps JvmJHJ from
home when Dr Keith closed tted jp p and andchallenged aDdchal1Jed
challenged Tie Tt e fight was w ov eve e in a a
Jiffy Jlff Dr Ketta K simply ran his opponent opPonent
Into the ground grOU and coming away wen
I handily in the stretch Kara Kai was all alloat allout allout
out and staggering at the finish The S
Daly Dftl horse did
not fence anywhere near nearas neAras nearas
as cleanly as the
winner nner Rocket ran rana rana raia
a good race raee but his early tuaele with L
Kara left him little to finish with
Aulea unseated his rider the last time timearound t1m t1maround i iarouBd
around Captain Hayes was not ready rNdy1 rNdy1TIM
The race for the Baltimore Club Cup I
brought out some of the beat b t amateur
talent taJ nt and wI was as an ftent rent of much Dt uelt In ¬ j
terest to aoclety M folk folkQuadrille folkQuadrll folkQuadrille
Quadrille Quadrll the favorite looked t
to have havemuch ha hamuc I Imuck
much the be bat t of It and the lb booklm booklmwere b okl88e booklwere
were e very shy hy hr of laying a price The
heat they would OU1d mark up at post time timewas timews
was 1 1 to X 3
Quadrille won the
race racecoming raceeominc racecoming
coming away in the stretch after Idl IdlDream Idle Idl4cDream IdleDream
Dream had led to the turn turnMr turnMr turnMr
Mr OBrien however hoYev I was nearly nearlycaught IHIIIrbeRUpt nearlycaught
caught napping He took matters easy easyat easyat easyat
at the finish ftnt h and Mr r Tucker T ekr coming comingwith
with a ruh on The Cricket right at the theend theend theend
end end just failed to nip him himDiamond h blissDiamond n nDiamond
Diamond a False Alarm AlarmThe AlarmThe AlarmThe
The first race of the day a flvefur flvefurlong AYeturlong Jivefurlong
long dash da h brought out some rather rathershifty rathtrshifty rathershifty
shifty sprinter Willie Shields Din Dktmond Dinmend j jmond
mond looked to have hay rather ra ther the claim claimof claimof j
of the race ra race e and was made mae a a 7 to 5 fav favorite fa favonto v vorlte ¬
onto Belle Strome Tickle and anj Preen Preenwere Preenwere Preenwere
were also well played At the poat poatDiamond poatDlflmond postDiamond
Diamond was on his bad b d behavior H Hgave Hgave JJgave
gave the starter no end of trouble and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the barrier went ent up was off poor poorly poorly poorly
ly He showed little speed and could couldnever couldnever couldnever
never get y 0 the front Preen Pr n took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the track at the statt stat 1 and a won as he hepleased heple hepleased
pleased ple ed belle Strome got the place placeafter placeafter placeafter
after something of a drive with Tickle TickleTJte TIckleTt6 TickleTI
TJte Tt6 TI second race for maid maiden an twoyear twoyearolds twoY6ar twoY6ar014ls twoyearol4s
olds went ent to Merryman from Woods WoodsGartVs WoodsGarths WoodsGarths
Garths stable Merryman got off well welland welland welland
and just lasted long enough to win winfrom winfrom winfront
from Glorious Betsy who came caine strong strongat strongthe
at the finish finishBlember zSnIehBlember alsh alshBlen
Blember Blen ber a Disappointment DisappointmentBlember Disappoi Disappoirtmentflieniber tment tmentlember
Blember was s an even money mone favorite favoritein
in this race but ran ran disappointingly and andjust andJust andjust
just finished in third place A big field fieldstarted Deldstarted fieldstarted
started in the third race but the issue issuewas IssueWlS Issuewas
was always between Burlpedes Wabash WabashQueen WabashQueen 8bash 8bashQueen
Queen and nd Azelina These three made madeall madeall madeall
all the running and fought it out In the thestretch thestretch thsistretch
stretch Euripides after aner leading until untilwell untilwell I Iwell
well down in the stretch chucked it itup Itup itup
up as 3 usual and Azelina coming comln along alongwith alongwith alongwith
with a burst of speed won On from Wabash WabashQueen abash abashQue I IQueen
Queen Que n who was tiring from her strug struggle struggle struggle ¬
gle with t te e pacemaker pacemakerThat DflcemakorThat
That old bluffer blurrerGrazlallo Graziallo won the thesixth thesixth thesixth I
sixth raee very handily After indulg indulging IndulgIng lndulgIng ¬
ing Midas with the lead for or the half halfmile hallmUe
mile Graziallo went to the front and andcame andcame andcame t
came came home on the bit t Chippewa ran rana ra raa I Ift
a good race and got the th place with East EastEnd EastEnd EasiEnd
End third
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A mild upset came about in the thellast thellastrace thellasirace last lastrace
race Anna Smith was made the favor taorHe j jite
Ito with Cousin Kate a strong second secondchdlce secondch I
chdlce ch e Any price almost could be had hadabout hadabout I
about the others Parkvllle and Anna AnnaSmith AnnaSmith AnnaSmith L
Smith made the running when the bar barrjer barrer barrjer
rjer rer west up and looked to have the bat battle battie j jtie
tie between thnm th ° m Jn n the stretch how however howe however
ever e r the pacemaking told and Akbar Akbarqpming kbar kbarqomlng j
qomlng < 9 > mlng up with wlh a rush on the t e rll rllcaught rftll rftllCtught ijtilI
caught the leaders tiring tlrlnl Urin and beat be t them themdut themdut therrdut I
dut dutTwentythree dutTwentythree dutTwentythree
Twentythree Bookmakers BookmakersTwentythree BookmakersTwen BOokmakersTwentyree
Twentythree Twen tbree bookmakers drew In to today todlQ today ¬
day and they all did a alively lively Uv ly business businessIn businessIn
In fact a a half doeen more layers would wouldhave wouldba cvoulsihave I
have ba ve found theIr tM hands full Mort Iort Ma Mahoney Mal10ney Mahoney
honey has charge of the betting ring ringJ ringJ ringSi
J W Rogers assistant superintendent
Preen 6 to I won wonBelle wonBc vonBelle
Bc Belle Jc Str Strome < me 5 to 1 seaond seaondTickle ieuondTickle Qond Qondrtekl
Tickle rtekl out out third thirdSEC thirdSBC01D thirdSECOND
Jferry MOrIfilan Man hm 6 1 to 1 1won 1wonGlcrlpus won wonQlorinus YonGJorlQus
Qlorinus Betsy 10 to 1 sec second secourl seeonil ¬
ond ondBlember ourlBlember onilBlembor
Blember 11 to 10 third thirdTHIRD thirdTIflnU thIrdTifflhl
Azolfna 1 o1fna 4 to 1 won wonWabaeh wOgWh wonWabash
Wabash Quo Quep n 3 u t > 1 s soond soondI soondBuripicles M > nd ndEuripides BelEurtpides
Euripides out third thirdFOURTH thirdI thirdFOURTh
Dr Keith 2 to 1 won wonKara WonKara wonKara
Kara 2 to 1 1 second aeoondRocket 8toondRocket secondRocket
Rocket 4 to 1 third thirdFIFTH thirdF thIrdIFT1L
Quadrille Qu dri1le 1 to 3 won wonThe wonhe wonIhe
The Ihe he Cricket 12 12to to to 1 aaoond aaoondIdle sooQnd sooQndIdle acoondIdle
Idle Dream Dr am 20 to to 1 third thirdSLTlIllACE thirdSIXTh
GMlzlallo 6 to 5 Won WonChippewa wonChippewa
Chippewa 4 to 1 second secondEast scoondEast secondEast
East End nc1 10 to 1 third thirdSEVEATH thirdSE thirdSEYLtFIL
Alcbar A1 bar l6 to I won wonParkvflle wonParkYflla wonParkvflle
Parkvflle ParkYflla 6 to 1 second socondAnaa 8QQOBdABDa secondAnna
Anna Smith even third thirdof ihir ihirot thircLa thircLf a
of o f Pinkertons la looking after the po police poice ¬
lice l arrangements arrangementsI arnutgemeRtBPonum arrangementsPorsmt
I Porsum a a twoyearold belonging g to toSam toSam toSans
Sam Holman broke a l leg g m 1ft his work workithla worktiWI workthis
ithla this morning and wa warn deatroyed Jockey Joc JocFore
Forehand Fore and was set down for ten days for forincompetent torlneempetent forncompetent
incompetent I work at the poet poatTom poetTom poetTom
Tom Lawson Blue Dale DeJel and Ineorri IneorriglMe lneorrlglble Incorrigibie
glMe were ordered scratched thte th after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon because their trainers had failed failedI faJledto failedto
I to report them in the th paddock in InPimlico UHHU UHHUPimlico ties tiesPimlico
Pimlico Entries for Monday MondayFirst MondayPt ThndayFirst
First Pt t race raceTonaroI Twoyearolds Mllbig
half mile Cousin Genleve G6RI ve 1Oii Mfi Glen Glenada QIeiAdA tHesada
ada If 4 Black Mask m i A 4tM 4wbene > wie fl Ie9i
Luz Luzetta tta 54 9i 4 Deborge De rse J Jt DIckRowi DIck Ro5ft floors
W Leora Kathryn athrn 94 Patrtctea i iBttft 1BUIl SI
Etta Louise M9 Bayardo ti TTfUikm W Ijsm
H Lyons 1W 1WSecond W WSecond
Second race r eeThreeYe8101d8 Threeyearolds and up upward vr vrward upward ¬
ward one mile Congress Vtt B Bobbie bIe
KeAn 1M Ormondes Right 107 Reid ReWmoore Retdmoor Reidmoore
moore moor Iii The Clown ill Lotua Sater J
110 Flavlgay y Itt IttThird IIIThird 1 1Third
Third race ra raeTkresyearolds Threeyearolds aDd up upselling upelllftg upselling
selling one mile mtl and seventy yards yardsBetsy IdsBeta yaraBetsy
Betsy Beta Blnford W 1 4 Buripides Bvrlpld M 106 106Thistle I
Thistle Do MS Dekaber M3 Ta TavAnnes Tav Tavannes
vAnnes v nn 8 106 1 Venue Ml Flavtgny 169
Wabash Queen M Saytor ayIor 1H uti Ivanhoe IvanhoeFourth
10 10Fourth
Fourth raceSteepleebue race Steeplechase about two twomiles twomiles twemiies
miles Guardian 141 14 Setauket 1S1 Bill I
Cozier 141 Mooksie HO Sir Tristten
199 Incantation J III Paprika 1M 1 IS Sou Souvlgny Souvi 5 5vigny
vlgny vi gay K2 Chorist ISO Rock Storm IB
Dromedary Iii 151Fifth IiiF1Cth 15 15Fifth p
Fifth race rACPiml racePhnlko Pimlico o selling stake stakethreeyearolds
threeyearolds and up six furlongs furlongsRarine furlongsRallne furIongsRaeine
Rarine II 1 106 1l Tickle 104 1 Quadrille 112
BeWemo 56 6 Cousin Kate 104 Scarfell ScarfellIOC
IOC Tudor 209 00 Havana S4 4 Belle B Bell ot oi
Jessamine 108 Dr Muck Ykek MM Belle S
Strome leg Prince Bnitus 110 St St Joe Joeepb J Jeph looeph
eph 110 Midas kSas 1 iff iffSixth 194Sixth 4 4Sixth
Sixth race raceMalden Maiden threeyearolds aad aadup 8JKlup anc I Iup
up nix Ix furlongs Raceman 9 ti 7 Fuel Pttslade Pusl1ade Fuelado
ade 97 Dainty Maude faude 95 Night Alarm
97 The Galloper 97 Ida Reck SS Hays Hayston Hayston Hayston
ton 87 How About You 307 Goldflndec
Ii 7 Lucy Strome So 6 Accumulate 9i
Salt and Pepper P pper pperAppr M6 M6Apprentice S0 S0Apprefttice
Apprentice Appr ntlee allowance allowanceTrack aJlowaneeTrack allowanceTrack
Track good cloudy cold coldBY eoldST cold8T5JOIINS
The Juniors of St St Johns College won wona wona I Iclose
a close game on o Georgetown Field yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda from the Georgetown Junior JuniorPreps JunlolPr JuniorPres
Preps Pr s defeating thorn by 12 to 11 n The TheJuniors TheJunIors S SJuniors
Juniors were in excellent form and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much credit is due to Babbingten BabbingtenOItcll BabbingtenOItcller catch catcher oetchor ¬
er Widmayer on third and Clark CLark and andOJJea a1MlODea L LOea
OJJea in the outfield who played played a star stargame atatgaine stargame
game gaine Although two of the Georgetown Georgetownmen GeJrsetewnmen I Imen
men were crippled they managed to tohold tohold tc I Ihold
hold their visitors down by h haul ra aDd aadpretty aDdpretty I Ipretty
pretty work The score scoreSt scoreSt scoreSt
St St Johns Juniors Junl rs R H Q A E
Maloney sb b 2 1 f 2 1 t
Clark If 1 1 i iWtdxnayer 2
Wldmayer 3b p 2 2 1 S 1 I
Babblngton c t 1 6 1 e I
Lynch ss 22 I 2 2 S 1 I
Orme E p 1 3b l 12 1 2 2 e I I
Harvey BaITc Ib 1 1Ohlee 1 1 I 5 I
Ohlee Ohleac cf ct 0 0Herbulis f 1 2 1 1HerbuJis I
Herbulis If IfOrme 1 It 0 0 S 1 L
Orme G If IfTotals C 8 I I 8 8Totas I ITotalq i
Totals 4 12 9 9j 37 15 iiGrgatn 1 6 6GTpetn 6Grftetn
GTpetn Jr Props PropS RH R R H O OA A B BLelsher ELQlshor BLeishor
Lelsher cf i iOConnor 1 2 2OConnor i 1 1OConnor
OConnor c 1 1Langhap t fJ 6 iii 51anglsap 1 1Lanshafl
Langhap So IJ p 0 0Welser 1 2 S SWetser I IWolser
Welser If 1 1Sullivan It 0 0 8 I
Sullivan an > rf 2 1 1OCallaghati 1 1 1 1OCa1hu L LQCallagban
OCallaghati OCa1hu han 2b b 2 2Carr g gCarr I I ICarr
Carr Ib 1 1W t 11 It 1 1OBrlen I Iv
W v OBrien ss 96 2 2Nlehaus f 1 1 8 8Nfehaus 1 I INiehaus
Nlehaus p 2 i iTotals I fl 1 15
Totals 11 IS 5 tl 7 7St i iSt
St John Johns 8 Jrs6 Jrs 0 7 5 0 8 8 0 0Gtsot 8 0CeotJrPrepZ IU IUGeot j
Gtsot CeotJrPrepZ Jr Prep Prep2 2 0 w V 5 0 0 2 i 1 IU IUThreebase U UThreebase i iThreebase
Threebase hit hitWIdmayer Wldmayer Twobase Twobaseoff Tw Me MehitE I IhitE
hitE Orme Struck outBy Orme J Jy 2iy
iy y WldmaJ r 3 by Langman 4 Bases C COfl 1 1on
on bansOrr Orme 5 oft Fidmayor 4 4off 4off
CHICAGO CllICAGo April 20It will be a full fullmonth runmonth ful fulmonth I
month before Lee TannehlU the clever cleverWhite clo6rWhite clevaiWhite
White Eor fo x Inflelder will l be > e able to get getback getbac1 ge geback
back into the game sameTannvhlHs gameTannhmsl
TannvhlHs left ft leg which was spiked spikedIn spikedin spikecgame I
In a game at St St Louis has boon op operated operat ¬
crated erat d on to prevent prove nt the spread of blood bloodpoisoning bloodpoIsQnlng bloocpoisoning L
poisoning Tannehill Is laid up in bed bedwith bedwith I Iwitha
witha with a compress cornpreasabovo p s above a ove the knee
Carries Money oney of Real Wise WisePeople WisePeople WisePeople
People But Fails Failsto Failsto Failsto
to Win WinEffort WinEffqrt WinEffQrt
Effqrt to Retrieve on Rye RyeAdds JyeAdds ye yeAdds
Adds to the Bookies BookiesRolls o ookies ookiesI kies kiesRolls
Rolls RollsGideon Rollsl RollsMakes
Gideon l 1 on Makes Big ig Killing Killingon IiI1ingon illing illingon
on Please J ase in Fifth FifthRace FifthRace FifthRace
April 30 JOA A big bl bunch of the publics publlosnEty publicsmoney
money went wo t into the strong boxes ef the thebookies thebookies
bookies 1 today fully 1100000 in clean win winnines wlnRtnl8 winzslngs
nines on the third and fourth races racesalone racesalone racesalone
alone being gathered gatheredMaster gatheredMuter gatheredMaster
Master Robert the colt owned by Sam SamBinary SamEmery SamBmory
Binary which ran a half h r mile at the theflrat thet
Oral t try in tho t o phenomenal phenomenaLtime time of 41 47seconds 41I 41seconds
seconds I C nds was the medium of a a terrific terrificptange terrl terrificplunge a aplunge
plunge Rye in the subsequent race racethe rAcetfte racethe
the Queens County Handicap was wasbacked wasak wasbacked
backed > ak d at Ira by the Sullivaas who re regarded regarded regarded
garded the Bowery horse as good goodas gooda goodas
as a in inSidney In InSidney
Sidney ney Paget the SulHvaas Senator SenatorMcCarren SenatorMrCarren SenatorMc4arren
McCarren and a host of othets lost lostthousands 106tthoo lostthousands
thousands thoo ands on Master Robert and when whentfee whenthe
the Bye race came next sought to re retrench retreadt retrench ¬
trench on a plunge and helped fill the thebookies Ulekte5 thebookies
bookies kte5 boxes to overflowing overflowingPublic ovr ovrtowIngPublic owtns owtnsPublic
Public Stung in i Handicap HandicapIn
In the handicap itself won cleverly by byW byW byr
W r H Carey the tail switcher a ten tenof tenof toeof
of money went on the choices again againadding aJaJnng againadding
adding ng to the the swelling fund of t the theknights thek I Iknights
knights k of the high hl h stool The public pubNcbaa puBHebas I Iha
baa ha seldom received such sucha a drubbing drubbingDave drubbingDaYe drubbIngDave
Dave Gideon made his presence felt In Inthe Inthe Uithe
the fifth ra race e where whue he h started the thegelding tltegeJ I Igelding
gelding geJ lng Please and nd bet enough money moneyon JDOM JDOMon moneyon
on him to start a national bask He Hewon Hewon S Swon
won after the roughest rUgbe t kind of a a trip tripand tripaad tripand
and the Gideon bank roll roll was S increased increasedjaMO I
jaMO jaMOEvelyn 001 001Evelyn
Evelyn G fell at the threefurong pole poleand poleand p0kand S
and broke her leg She probably will willhave winhave L Lhave
have to he destroyed Her H Jockey Jockeycaped es escaped efcaped ¬
caped with ith a shaking up upSummaries upSummaIiea upSuinmariea
Summaries SummariesFirst SummaIieaPint SuinmarieaFirst
First racerSeiting threeyearolds threeyearoldsand S Sand
and upward up1l rd MX and a half furlongs
Boater Itt 1 H Garner GaT er 2 to 5 5 3bn Fox Foxmead l Foxmead fX <
mead d Jo 35 10 Schilling 1C r to 1 second
Hooray lia Notter V g to 1 third Tlnv TlnvlK
lK SS Little Woods Pater PlLl < and Ver Veronese VecOftMe Veronese ¬
onese also ran ranSecond ranSecond i iS
Second S cond race race racoWinfleM Winfield Steeplechase 1
Handicap fouryearolds and up about abouttw abouttns I It1M
tw t1M miles mll I California King Kln 138 I Ray I
IX to S 5 won Tom Cosn 14S Gallagher GallagherS I II
8 to 1 1 second Pioneer Pto r 24 Hf Mclneraev McIneraeiS
2 to I third Time 434 Pagan BOy Beyand B BOyand y yaad
and Drone also ran The latter threw threwrWV thwlid threwrIde
rIde rWVThird lid
Third race raeeCaJtatsle Canarsie Stakes twoyear twoyearfour twoyearo twoyearojde
o ojde < four furlongs Notasulga H Hx
Garner x rn r Jl 1 to 5 5 won Frizette lfl 15
Miller Ulter 4 to 1 second Master Robert RobertRadtice
197 RadtXe 7 to 5 5 third Time 047 047Magazine 047Magazine 047Masiazine
Magazine Laura Clay Therraldor Bell Bellwether Bellwther BItwothnr ¬
wether and Tea Leaf also ran ranFourth ranFourth I IFourth
Fourth race raceQueens Queens County CountyH8JIdleap Handicap
threeyears and up mile W H Carey
115 Mountain 7 to 1 won Pretension
113 Aubuchon 10 to 1 second Good GoodLuck GoodLuek I
Luek US 13 Cherry li to 1 third Time
149 Juggler Oxford Glorifier and andRye andRye an i iRye
Rye also ran ranFifth rR11lIItth ranFifth I
Fifth race reeSellhtg e Selling twoyear tW y four fourand ens ensand I
and onehalf furlongs turiongsPleHo Please M fNot fNotC Not Notter Notter
ter 5 to 1 won on Kerry 106 Preston
C to 1 1 seearid se Rustle 1W Swain S to te I Ithird I Ithird
2 third Time 034 25 Look Montbert MontbertMontana MootbcrtMontana MontbertMontana
Montana Poet Poet Onda King Thtotle and I
Evelyn G also ran ranSixth ranSIxth ran54xth
Sixth race raee raceSelling Selling lIIng threeyearolds threeyearoldssix thr YeArolds
six MxlurJong furlongs Star Cat S6 Swain 40 to toI te teI
I won Golden West 100 Rowan Rowan 15 to t I
1 second Royal Oynx Oy x M2 Lowe S to k I
1 third Time 116 11 Fire Opal I Trenton TrentonBlue TrentonBlue S SBlue I
Blue Will vm Do Kernochan Millstone MillstoneRuM MillstoneRueell
RuM Rueell l T Yankee Belle Green MnJstonel Hill HillLady HiliLady Hhltr
Lady Ogden El Chico Thomas Hoy Hoyand Heyand r
and Cooney K also ran ranAqueduct ranAqueduct j
Aqueduct Entries for Monday MondayFirst MondayFirst
First race raceFor For twoyoarolde selling
four and a halt furlongs Irish Lace Laee
1 101 11 Sweet Tairr TaJr 10S Batterstoy B8tt y IK IKMsT9ton HMrSton IIMsrston
MsT9ton 97 Select Ml Cloryar 1J 1JGold ue ueGold USGold
Gold Foil 1t 2 Toplitskl 97 Epochs Epoch H 4 41erry
Kerry 91 8 Slumberless 9fl Alderman AldermanTim AldermanTim I ITim
Tim 97 T Bandbox 102 Elvira H 99 99Albia 99Albia
Albia 94 Spohn 99 Pension PensionSecond PensIonSecond 911 911Second
Second race raceSelling Selling steeplechase steeplechasefouryearolds steepleehaseto steeplechasefosryearolds
fouryearolds to rYMrolds and up about two milesDulcian milesDulcian miles milesSunshine
Dulcian 130 DI D1k k Shaw 100 Arabo 146 146Suftsblne 146Sunshine
Sunshine After RaIn 147 1 13 C B B Camp
bell ItS Tom Cogan 13S 13SThird 138Third 133Third
Third race raceHandlcap Handicap three yearAids yearAidsand yearqldsand S Sand
and up seven ven furlongs Doctor toc Gard Gardner Gardner Cardnor ¬
ner 137 12 Hot Toddy TodtJ ISO Dolly Doll Spanker SpankerHI
HI Cresslna 06 106 06 Orbicular 162 Athlete AthJete Ath Ailstote ¬
tote 14 1 Orphan Lad 1 leG 0 Marster Marsterf 10s l
Jack McKeon 97 Sailor Bo 97 Tile TileIng TileIng TIlelog
Ing 98 98Fourth 91F 9 9Fourth
Fourth F Urth race I8ceTb Thp Union Stakes Stk s a three threeyearolds threeye threeyearOlds
yearolds ye roldssevom seven furlongs Tilolng 110 110Molesey l1eMo1ese 1WMolesey
Molesey 105 Campaigner 101 Berkeley Berkele Berkeleyl
1 Klliochan 9 91 Tim OToole 97 97Fifth 9iFilth 97Fifth
Fifth race rceSelllng Selling threeyearolds and andup andup ap apwhich
up which have not won worn more than one onerace onerace onsrace
race seven furlongs Trenton Blue It7 It7Clnpa 1fJiClnJ1a 107Cinpa
Clnpa 107 Retort 107 10 Modest 107 10 10Umbrella 107tmbreIin
Umbrella 100 Clolsteress 105 I0 Jacinta Jacinta1ti
106 Tm OToole 110 110sixth 110Sixth 110Sixth
sixth race raceMalden Maiden fillies and geldings geldingstwoyearolds geldIngstwoyearolds geld1ngtwoyearolds
twoyearolds four and a half fur furlongs furlongs furlongs ¬
longs Woodcraft 105 lt OBerry Berry Mall Iam 106 106Art lOiArt 100Art
Art Critic JOb Thurbet IDS Bigot 105 105Rosarfo 100ROSIjO ffi ffiRosatio
Rosarfo 106 Dixie Gold Iffi elen B Bl BSenator BSenator
l Si Senator Bocbhani 105 Io Mad Harry
106 1 Disturbance 106 1 Escutea 106 106Hands ItfiHands 100Hands
Hands Around Aroutl lOi lOiApprentice 10iApproQtlce 100Appratice
Apprentice allowance aJlowanceclftlmed aJlowanceclftlmedClear claimed claimedClear claimedClear
Clear and fast fastBASEBALJ fastBASEBALx fastBASEBALL
An article undor the head Baseball Bae n In InVienna InVienna I IVienna
Vienna In a newspaper of that city citywill citywtllbe eltywill
will wtllbe be read with much Interest by b per persons persons perSOflS ¬
sons In this country who know Some Something Something something ¬
thing about the national game Tho Thogame Thog I Ihas
game g rnc has become so popular says the thewriter thewriter thi thiwriter
writer that it will soon be a rival of ofJa o oawn olawn
Ja lawn awn n tennis Mothers who object bje t to totheir totheir t ttheir
their daughters taking part in the vio violent violent yb yblent ¬
lent exercise which tennis demands will willhave wil 111 111h4ve
have no objection to the new game on onthat onthat or orthat 1
that account Baseball was originally originallylike originallyUke originallylike
like cricket a mans macs game but In II the theS8s theWsan ttu ttuSOs
SOs Wsan an Englishman named Hill changed changedIt changeIt
It so that women might play pla Then it itbecame Itb I Ibcarne
became b me popular in America where whereamusements whereaJ1usements whersamusements
amusements are always arranged so sothat sotht si sitIttt
that women may take part partin In them themSince themSince themSince
Since then baseball has become almost almosttiio almosttllO airnostoo
too national game there
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NEW YORK April at aTbe The m first rst of ofthe 01tJw o othe
the aeries eri between betWft8lltP betwosaFatidhasa F rahw and aa George Georgetown GMreWtwn Georget0W
town t0W resulted in a victory f fIIr r the theWMhmgton theW theWashington
Washington W boys at Fordbam Field by b bto by4tot
4 4tot 4totThe to 2 2The
The Fordhamites outbatt SItbttd d the visit visiton vlalt011I visitecu
on but poor wortc 1 I1t on the th bases at crit critical critteal ¬ 4
teal I times Ume lost the game gameThe pmeThe gameThe
The feature t tur was the batting battba of MA MAhonexs Ma Mabonex Mahonel
honexs honel Vho had two healthy swats aC aCth a at atthe r rthe
th the sphere pbe one for a home run nia and tho thoother theoUter thoother
other for three packs which brought ire irtthe inthe irethe
the second run McDonald MeDonaJd aad E ESchiess ESehIeM ESeblees
Schiess pounded POII out two hits hit and Dev Devlw fey11w
lw and Mud fu for Georgetown toWJl also got gottwo gottwo < ot ottwo
two each Both teams tt > aJD8 played good goonball goonballIn ball ballin bal1In
in spite of f the cold bIt bla that awept aweptacross wep wepacmBS aweptaegons
across the field ft ld and sent nt shivers through throughthe througftthl throughthe
the players Both Mudd and McDonald McD9ftI McD9ftIiayed McDonaIiplayed
7 played > layd a clever game ga me behind hind the bat batKEY KtMACKEY bat batMACKEY
Both Wrestlers Hustling for forBig forBig 4 4Bi
Big Bi Match atch Next Thurs ThursJ Thursday
J day dayNight dayNightJ Night NightJoe
Joe J e Turner who 1 ms inenia ts Bob Ro Boy BoyMackey Ro RoMackey BoyMackey
Mackey at the National Guard G gym gymnasium r gymnnslum nl nlftftslum ¬
nasium next Thursday TbUlJl ay night Jltcbt firs Antt en entered fnred entered ¬
tered red the ranks of Washlnsion Wuhin toa profes profesidonal Prole14I0nai profesidorsal
idonal wrestlers rst four years ears back as i ifeather J Jeatl1erdPt sfeatherweight
feather featherweight A eight and > woi wuitafi all his match Dltch1 Dltch1In matchcin a ain
in that class classHis clUliHis classHis
His best tbout bout was with Wajter Gal Gallager Galhg Gallager
lager hg r whom be defeated twice in intwfenftr irst1rnJy bitminutes
twfenftr minutes Later he was restored restoredto ltI restoredto
to the amateur Amateur ranks as a a lightweight lightweightang lialuWtKhtan lightweightamj
ang an cleaned up the city in fthat that hat class classIn elusIn classIn
In 105 he h entered ent red the t Impound ltipound amateur awateufolajrs amateurand l ul ulo
olajrs o and captured the District D cham championship ebmplonshlp champiouship ¬
pionship at That weight w ipttrom from T S SWilliams SWlllfILJM SWilliams
Williams Last year Its played pla pro profeshlonal protlfiJomd protesijossal
feshlonal basfcetbail and was as expelledfrom expelled expelledfrom Ufd Ufdfrom
from the Amateur Athletic Union The Thematch Thematrh Thematch
match next Thursday will be for the thebenefit thekneftt thebenefit
benefit of the Rational Guard Athletic AthleticAssociation AthttloAseoe1aUon AthleticAssociation
Association It is still Ull an open question questionwho qtNIJtl qtNIJtlwho questionwho
who will HI win The men are nearly even evenly evenly evenlY ¬
ly matched in weight and strength strengthTurner str strengtlrTurner tll tllTurner
Turner has youth wit Mackey has the thocunning th thcunatng thecunning
cunning and experience exrerl gained in ov 01 01101J ovrI0j r
100 matches In fifteen years of f sIren strenuous stItnUOUs sIrenUOUS ¬
uous life as a man rand IfJtd wrestler wrestlerIn wNattwIn wrestlarIn
In addition to i Lot a main bout there therewill tJutl8tdJloe therewill
will tdJloe oe three finish matches by the befit befitpreliminary bestpreliminary Ft FtpreUmlna
preliminary talent in Washington WashingtonMackey W WashingtonMackey ahI < tOft tOftMaekl
Mackey Maekl is training with Young You Atl Atlone AthHo AthHoon Atla Atlaof <
one on of the cleverest Itvcr It of his proteges protegesand proteK protegesand 8 8nd
and nd T S William the GallaudetmuU GallaudetmuU146pound GaUaudetmuts146pound GaIlaudetmutc146pound
146pound amateur hampion of Washington Wash Washington uh uh111ltoo ¬
ington Turner is working at the Na National National R Rtlonal ¬
tional Guard gymnasium mn um with the ama amateurs amateul5 amatours ¬
tours from Iro that organization who broke brokeinto brokeInto brokeinto
into the game last season and did 4k well wellHYPHENATED WellHYPHENATED wellHYPHENATED
Two hundred American citizens cl en th thother thll thllother ths thsother
other day showed their patriotism mc1ri1ng by bydriving h hdriving
driving off the stage twe tw comedians who whohad wh whbact whhad
had offended them by caricaturing th thIrish t111 t111Irish thIrish >
Irish There Is S no city in the worH worHwhich worLiwhich i iwhich
which can touch New ew York for patrl patriot trintISlft patriotlain t tism
ism For in no other ot fr city do so many manycitizens manycltlzenR marrycitizens
citizens have to t possess patriotism co copious C Cpious 0 0pious ¬
pious enough to serve them for two na native natie irative ¬
tive lands apiece apleeeNe New York World WorldIf ord ordIf
If you want full limit limitfor limi limiforyourclothesmoney 1in i ifor
for foryourclothesmoney foryourclothesmoneywear your clothesmoney clothesmoneywear clothesmoneywear
wear B K kinds kindsWelldressed kindsWelldressed kindsWelldressed
Welldressed men menabout menabout menabout
about town Mr Wal Walton Walton Walton ¬
ton for example say saytheyre saytheyre saytheyre
theyre the best ever everWonder everWond everWonder
Wonder Wond r what youd youdsay youdsay i isay
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