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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, April 28, 1907, Sports - Real Estate, Image 20

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Over on Book Bookmakers Bookmakers ¬
t makers makersJSt makerstst
JSt Valentine Heavily HeavilyBacked HeavilyBacked
Backed Fails to toLand toLand
Land Coin CoinILACE CoinRACE
RACE TRAGIC Jamaica L I April Aprilf7Burlew
27 f7Burlew Burlew 8 ONellls Athlete thlete won wonthe wonthe
the second race In caay ca style ty1e after afterhaving AllerhavIng
having been backotl for ro or thousands of ofcollars ofJollars ofcioilars
collars by some wise bettors who whout whoPut
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deni tencc enc that it wag easy to see they knew knewgood knewit
it good race could b be 1 expected oxvoot l on the thepart thepart
part cf Athlete AthleteWhile AthleteVhllc
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down their checks on the Burlew BurlewONeill BurlewONtUI
ONeill horse the public plastered the theling thering
ring with money on St Valentine and andbacked andbacked
backed him from 7 to 2 to IS 1 to 5 Fully FullySCOOOO
SCOOOO 11 eno went in the market on St Val Valentine ValnunE ¬
entine nunE It stayed there too for St StValentine St StValntlne
Valentine finished outside lde the money moneyMiller mone moneMilIer
Miller IiI1er Rode Athlete AthleteAtMetes AthleteAthletcl
Athletes victory was a a stunning stunningblow stunningblow
blow to the rank and file Miller rush rushed rushed ¬
ed Athlete to the front and aDd kept him himihcr3 himthrr
ihcr3 thrr to the end winning wlnnm In a romp rompIn rompIn
In his last start Athlete was vas beaten beatenoff beatenotf
off by such poor class c1a horses hor as a Hess HeasLp Heap
Lp p Workmid Vorknv d and Hyperion In that tliatv thatSt
v < von flt St St Valentine beat Wm by livel live
l t lengths lengthsTartan lenithsTartan
Tartan Cit C t Down DownEugene DownEugenc
h Eugene Waykuids Tartan was Jump Jumpcd jumpcd
> cd on by Dishabille at t the clubhouse clubhouseI clubhouMCturn
I turn where he suffered such a cut cutdown
p down that he may have h to be destroy destroyed dtro dtrot ¬
t I ed Brussel Bru sel dismounted after the lirst lirstquarter tlrstquar1
quarter quarterThe quar1 < r rThe
The Elmhurst stakes for f r twoyear twoyeart twoearolds
olds at five vp fUrlcnga developed a aeational n nIatlonal
t rational accident Jockey Garner was
f thrown from the back of GivonnI Hag RsgL
L eo shortly Shortl1 after the start tart sustaining sustainingxu5h auatalnIn auatalnIna
J 0 hard fal fall He mana managed ed to c cape the th
xu5h ru h cf horses In a miraculous way
After the th mishap he arose and walked
across to the paddock gate mlch to t
thu 111 ti < relief of the hysUtJ hYMterlcal Women in Ii I
the grandstand grandstandt grandslaodThe
t The Summaries SummariesFirst SummariesFirst
First race raceThree racnThreeyearpldg Threeyearplds YeRrpld8 and up
ward selling six furlongs Tony Ton Do
zicro 101 Preston 3 to 1 won Cloister
ess 5S 10K 1fl Smith > 7 to 1 second Shenan
lah < 112 Miller 12 to 1 third Time Timevlra
I 114 I 14 15 Marvel P Shackle Donna EI
vlra vim Ira Durbar Kiamesha Klame ha II and Golden I
Shore also ran ranSecond ranSCcond ranSecond
Second race raceThreeearolds Threeyearolds and up ¬
ward mile and seventy yards yard Athlete I
113 Miller 4 to 1 won Orbicular 110 I
Nichols 3 to 1 second Dishabille DJ habllla 126 I
Farrow 5 to 1 1 third Time 146 46
St Valentine Maxnar 1laxnarSel1or Sailor Boy and an L
Tartan also ran Latter broke down downThird downThird downThird
Third race rac raceElmhurst Elmhurst Stakes selling
twoyearolds five ve furlongs Laura
lay < < lay XO O CG G Burns 19 1 tJ to 5 won Blue BIu I
Hrron 101 Notter 18 to 5 6 second
RustlE 94 H Swain C to 1 third Time
lT 25 S Masks Mask and Faces Martha Jane
Aunt mt Rose Royal Vane Complete Al ¬
t bit a and Glovonnl Raggto also ran
Laura Clay and Aunt Rose R coupled coupledFourth ooupledFounh coupledFourth
Fourth race Paumonok Handicap
tiire tlrytarold8 yearolds and upward six fur
ln ng fi Red River 96 9 Low > 12 to 1
won Superman 33 3 Miller lIIer 9 to 6 sec HIr
oril Ir rii La Londe II Swain 40 10 to 1 L third
Tim 11315 1131 Gallant Dan Handzarra
Orarulum King Kln Henry Henr and Pantouiie
alsi nls j ran ranFifth ranFifth ranFifth
Fifth race raceThrteearolds Threeyearolds and u uMarathon up
wud selling mile and a Btxteenth
Marathon 9ft Swain 11 to 10 16 won
Giiplir GtTt lOG 1O Muegrave 6 Jtnpl a1 aecond
CJiu Gl kL 1 Circle S4 Sumter afTo li Wto o 1 third
Timr Ti rim 150 i 60 G L M and Jack Mc
Jon also ran ranSixth ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth rac raceTwoyearold Twoyearolds five fur furongTC ¬
longs ongTC Sepoy Sepo 106 Miller U1Ier 11 to 6 i won won2U on
Wor1lfnl I 14 CNleol Nitol I to 1 second
2U 1I1Hrfjor Gregor loS Schilling 4 to 1 third
Time 101 I 01 35 3 Rosarlo Senator Senat r Beck
lam Hands Hand Around Minute G and an I
Art rt Critic rlUe also ran ranENTRIES ranENTRIES ranENTRIES
First race rac raceTwoyearolds Twoyearolds five fur
longs Alauda 1O 1 Ella G W Wood Woodcraft Woodraft Woodcraft ¬
craft raft 59 9 Sweet Taire 107 m Coincident Colncld nt
304 O4 Vista I Hands Haud Around M Mae
It tr r Robert Robt > rt 107 Ells EI1 ONeill ONelllond 9i 9iStrond 9 9Sennd
Strond ond race racSeltlnc Selling five and onehalf f
furlongs L Darto > ario 97 Ontario 1 IE i 7 Muu Mis 4
Spormr Spor r 107 Left L tt too Golden West Vetlt 27 fl
Fire Opal 9E Vesta Delia 86 9 Vervalno
107 Lone Harlem M Ambush 106 In Inoffensive Inorrfnslvt Iiioffensive ¬
offensive w Pins and Needles 1 1G et > I
fooncy oclne K 92 Hampton Lady 30
Yankee Belle 87 87Third 87Third STThird
Third race ra raceHandicap Handicap Ha lIcap one and one onesixteenth on onslxtenth
sixteenth miles Buttling 124 Maxnar
111 Tartan 112 IJ Samson n 104 Lally 88
jMirza Urza 93 93Fourth 00Fourth 3 3Fourth
Fourth race neeThe The Dunton Stakes Stakes six 81x at x xfurlongs
furlongs Aletheup 100 Cabochon 105 Ji I
Malacca 110 Worfcmaid ICO 3l 00 Ethon ISO ISORimprnount DORI 1 1 1Remuunt
Rimprnount RI mlunt 110 Theyre Off rr HO Oracu Oraculum > raeu 1 1um
lum um 110 Saracinesca cA 107 TIm OToole OToole10S 0 OToob1l Toole
10S lo 1l George S Davis 197 Toy Boy Bo 108 108Pan 1 I IIan
Ian Buhre 100 100Fifth 100Fifth 00
Fifth race raceThreeyearoIdaJ Threeyearolds and u uj p pO
ward one mile and Hvent seventy yaros yarosO yard
O 14 < ran > an Spray SPnL 101 Henry Henr Watterson Vatter on 1M 10 0
Lady Iad Alicia 92 9 Azora zora 101 Jacquln IIS 1i I
Lally 90 tO Knockirby KnockirbySixth 35 35Sixth
Sixth race rateoMaklen Maklen twoyearolds twoYMr ol 1s flvo lh o i
furlongs Henry Kelly eU 106 Oceanic 166 10 1
K Kpllar llar 108 1O Scallop 108 1 1i Flyon 1CS 14i For 1
drlle 105 High Spire 105 1fl La Jeuneese 0
1 inR Divorcee 105 Sansamon San amon 106 1 Wood Woodcraft Woodcra 1 1craft ¬
craft cra ft IrIS Thermldor 108 108Apprentice 1 1ApPInttCf 10KAp
Apprentice Ap entic > allowance claimed
VYorther Vc her clear track fast fastEASTERN rutEASTERN fastEASTERN
At Newark NewarkRtltitnore00001O
Baltimore Rtltitnore00001O 0 0 0 1 0 1 10027 0 02 7 1
Newark 10200000 1 0 0 0 lOt I 0 0 x x3 6 1 1Batteries 1nattrh 1BtterIesDartley
Batteries BtterIesDartley sDart1er Dart ley and Myers Mc McCafferty M Ic Icatrlrty C CCafferty
Cafferty atrlrty and Stanaga UmplraB tmpIrtKel Kellyand Kelly Kellyand ly lyand
and Hoffner HoffnerAt Ho HoffnerAt < ne neAt
At Providence
RHE RHEJersey RHEJtr8c RHi RHiJerseyC1tyO T
Jersey Jtr8c JerseyC1tyO City C1t 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 I D6 7 4 IProid 4 4Providence
Providence Proid n 00000101 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 03 9 5 5Batteries 5BatterltsPa 5BatterlesPanmiliSr
Batteries BatterltsPa BatterlesPanmiliSr Panmltlar mmar and McManus McManusKilllan Me Ianus IanusRllUan b bKillian
Killlan and ntl Patterson CmplrGiBCon CmplrGiBConWay Umpires Con Conway a away
way and Rarity RarityAt RarityAt RarityAt
At Rochester
RHE RHEToronto nH 111 111Ioronto
Toronto IorontoRochester OOOI00200564 OOOI00200564Rochester 0 0 0 0 0 G 6 4 4RoChe8ter
Rochester 0019 O 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 61 L S 2 2Batteries 2BatterIM
Batteries BatterieaMofflt Moult Iomt and Hurloy Pappa Pappalau p Paip 1ppa a
lau au and Doran DoranthnptreCumtck DoranthnptreCumtckS Umpire Cusnck CusnckAt u ck
At Buffalo
RHB RHBMontreal RHDMon RH U UMontreal
Montreal Mon rpa1 OOOlOino 0 0 0 1 0 1 11 0 13 5 2 2Buffalo
Buffalo 10000000 1 1OOOflOOO1 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 01 1 a 4 4Batteries 4Batterle
Batteries BatterteaHug1ts Hugbts and Connor Toalcr Toalcrand Toit Toitand Cr r
and McAllister Umpire UmpirCOwons Owons
IN THE EARLY GAMES GAMESCantillons GAMESCantillons GAMESantillons
Cantillons C Team Te m Ranks Second in Club Batting BattingAnder BattingAnders Ander Anderson
son s n Perrine Hickman and Blankenship Blankenshipinthe in inthe inthe
the 300 300Class Class
The Amarlom AmorCfln Leagues latest t records recordssliow rH1ordsshow
show s that tha t thq teams have bogun to hit hitfairly hitfalrh hitairly
fairly f well with 11th yith the exception of o the theone theone
one o ne club that thatwae was 88 counted on for early earlyslugging earlySlugglngC1
slugging SlugglngC1 iuggIngCloveland Cleveland ClevelandSt veland velandS1
St Louis and the AUitetica Ath ti which whichought whichousht
ought o ught to hit well are still tIll weak while whileNew whileNew
New N ew York and Washington are going at ata ata
a powerful clip Bob Unglaub tops the thebatsmen thobulmon theatamon
batsmen b ab atamon Hoffman is second e ond and Fielder FielderJonos FlolderJone
Jonos J Ja ones third Many Iany of the sluggers have haveas haveas haves
Jb as a s yet t failed to catch their regular gait gaitbut galtbut
but b ut will come up later laterNew latcrNow
New York leads lead in team battinr and andthe andtho
the t he Athletics In team fielding The in individual Individual ¬
dividual d fielding records are as yet little littleto lttlcto
to t o Judge by but will begin to shape up upin upIn
in I n a week or so soThe 110The sohe
The T he Batting Records RecordsPlayers RecordsPIaoerB
Players AB R H SHSBPct SHSBPctUnglaub SJISBPetUnslaub SJISItPctnglaub
Unglaub U nglaub B Bd 39 0 4 14 3 0 488 488Hoffman 183Horrman 4S
Hoffman H offman N Y 27 7 12 II 112 2 2 481 481Jones 481Jone
Jones J ones Chicago C cfstcsgo lcago1 37 T S 12 iiA 1 1 2 AU AUANDERSON 444 444ANDERSON 444V
ANDERSON A W V tt B 18 Q 0 406 406Clark 406Clark V
Clark C lark Cleve IS 1 S 0 0 0186 0186ElberCeld 886 886Elberfeld
ES E Elberfeld lberfeld N Y YI 31 4 10 1 0 0386 0386Schreck 386 386Schreck
Schreck S Ath SI 1 4 8 0 1 351 351Pickering 351Pickerhl
Pickering P < St St L S7 Z S 14 I 0 0315 0315Parent 375 375Parent
Parent P arent B IS 1 S T 7Z 8 1 3 ItS ItSKkinow 8 8KRHnow
KRHnow 1 lInow N Y 11 0 7 2 0 0HartMl 865 865Hartsei
Hartsei I IF Ath it S 11 1 1 1 365 365Ferris 3115Forr
Ferris Forr F erris B 31 t 12 1 2 0 0353 353 353PERRINB
PERRINB P ERfllNl W V 3 II S 10 1 2 2Flick M MFlick 46
Flick F lick Cl Si 4 S 2 4 1133 1133Stoval J30 833 833Stoval
SC Stoval S toval Cl M S 10 0 2 SB 3
Crawford C D 38 4 1 11 2 1 838 838Wallace 331wnac
Wallace W WC allace St St L 4 I 1 11 0 1 aw awC M MCcnroy V
Ccnroy C cnroy 1roy N Y Il 1 S 10 1 S MX MXMclntire mllcIntre 383 383cIntyre
Mclntire M cIntyre D IK 1 I II nIl 1 S IU IUHICKIAN 4 4HICIOIAN
HICIOIAN H W II 1 4 0 0 0Chase 308
Chase C haaeNY N Y 38 33720311 I 7 8 V 34 34BLAITKKNSHlPWtt JetllLANKSH1P
BLAITKKNSHlPWtt llLANKSH1P B W 10 0 S t 1 100 100Knight JOOKnIght
Knight K night Ath ST 4 8 1 1 206 20
Laporte L aporte N Y 27 7 S 1 0 OK OKSchmidt JfK JfKSchmidt 304 304chmidt
Schmidt S D 34 2 7 9 0 0Donohue 0Donohue 31 31onohue
Donohue D onohue Ch IS 8 S 9 2 4 SSI SSICROSS S1CROSS
CROSS C CL ROSS W V 3 1 9 0 1 231 231Lajole S1lAJole 381abia
Lajole L abia Cl 23 S 7 1 1SO 1 490 3
BJ Birmingham B irmingham Cl M Y 3 7 70S 70SJone 0 S 286 286Jones I
Jones J ones St St L 27 2 7 1 1 1Seybold 360 360Seybold I
Seybold S Ath II 8 S 1 0 2K 2KRossman IiRONmlul I
Rossman R oesmast D II S S 2 1 2SO 2SOALTIZBR SOALTIZER
ALTIZBR A AS W tf 4 3 0 2 3B 3BSchaefer HSchaerer 341chaerer p
Schaefer S D ST 6 2 1M 1MJONES 1 380 380JONES S
JONES J ONES W IS S 4 0 0 0Collins OCollins 83
Collins C ollins B 12 K 7 3 0 218 218Cobb 211obb 11 11Cobb
Cobb C obb D S3 K 7 i 2 319 319Coufffclin MICOuplin
Coufffclin C D W t ill I 8 1 218 214 IS
Williams N Y YS 3S 4 f 1 1 214 81 14
HBYDON H PIYDON W r 14 2 3 0 0 214 21 101 I
Sullivan S ullivan B It S 7 0 f 212 212Hoey 38
Hoey HoeyB B 31 3 7 1 1 1il 313 313Stephens S
Stephens S tephens St S1 L LII 30 8 4 I 0 211 211Dougherty 1l 1lDougherty L
Dougherty Ch It X 6 1 X 209 30 I IuIIvan
Sullivan S th < 5h h M 1 4 2 0 0300 0300HemrhlU 300 300Hemphlll 30 I
Hemphlll HemrhlU St L L I X 3 S 7 0 0 0J 300 300Isbelf
Isbelf J I sbell bel Ch W 8 I 4 0 182 182GANLEY 3
GANLEY W V 88 oj 1 I 0 1 1Cr 188 188Cross 300
Cross Cr C ross Ath 3f 7 S 3 t ITS ITSStone 172Stone 17 17tone 1
Stone S tone St St L M 1 S 7 t 1 lit litMurphy IXMurphy
Murphy Ath 19 3 S 2 0 111I 117 117OLeary 117OLeary 1 I
OLeary D II 1 4 S 1 0 181 181Yeager 111Yeager 15 I
Yeager St L 1 31 2 4 1 0 100 100Robe 188Robe 10 I
Robe Ch 04 4 2 K 0 1 147 147Davis 147Davis 14
Davis Ath 81 f 4 41US 41USDelfhftty 1 S MS MSD 14S S
D Delfhftty lehanty St 5t L I 4 3 1 1Uabn 188 188Hahn 131 I
Hahn Ch a S L 4 1 0 131S 128 128Heeler 15Ieeler 18 S
Heeler N Y SB I 87 I 7 0 120 120SCHLAFLY mSCHLAPLY 1 18I I
SCHLAPLY t 31 S 8 2 4 120 120Bradley 1 1Bradley 12 12Bradley 0
Bradley Cie si 1 S 0 2 111 111Davis 115I 111
j Davis 61 < 5h h 19 S 2 0 0 105 105Turner 1 111I ld i iTurner I
Turner Clo CI 24 1 2 2 S 1Lord WO WOLord 00 00Lord S
I Lord Ath th 54 8 5 2 I 058 058Mortality OSIlOrlaI1ty t 3 3Moriarity
Mortality N Y 18 1 1 0 0 ess essBueJow SBuelow 081
BueJow St St L W S 1 0 0 fit 071Bay fitBay 07 07BayCle
Bay BayCle Cle Cle11 It S 1 1 0 00 00W IK IKWagner IIGgner
j Wagner W gner B 81 1 1 1 0 0 012 012Club 03 03Club
Club Batting BattingClub Battingash
Club Cluk AJt IB R K If SHSBPct SHSBPctNew S1i3B S11ZBPetNew
New York W tI W 17 7 7ID 7IDW 279 279WASHINGTON fl flWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W n n 1 84 W 4 11 11Beaten e1 268 268Boston
Boston Tl5 3 as 0 12 3 2Detroit 9K 9KDetroit
Detroit 3 30 3 f IS JO I ISt 15 41 41St 4 4St I
St Louis Lou 24 28 9 l 4 3W 3WChicago 31
Chicago ChkgoAthletics 2 it K 12 12Athletics 1 1t I IA
Athletics A 2M 48 K IK 0 322 322Cleveland 31
Cleveland 21 t 38 47 4 S 16 218 218Long 1 I
Long Hits By Clubs
Total TotalSB TotalClul TotsClubs LI
Clubs SI SIAthletics SB B 8B 4B me oxb oxbAthlett extAthletics
Athletics Athlett e II IIBoston 1 4 2 0 0Boston
Boston 18 18WASHINGTON I 4 4WASfIL 4
New NewYetk York MChicago M 8 2 42 42Chlca80 1 1ChIeaao I
Chicago U 11Detroit 1 1 3 2 2Detroit
Detroit IS ISSt i 1 0 0St
St StLouis St Louis 4 4Cleveland 4 I 21 21Cleveland 2 l
Cleveland 7 7Club 1 3 0 0Club 17 17Club 7
Club Fielding FieldingClubs Fieldin FieldinClub
Clubs Club 1 1Athletics P A E Pet PetAthletlC8 PcIAthletics L
Athletics 3t 3tCleveland 331 111 11 11Cleveland 998 998i 3 3Cleveland
Cleveland 18 18WASHINGTON 111 1 10 10W i J88 04
WASHINGTON WASHINGTONChicago W 10 n5 1 12 064 91Ch DE 44
Chicago Ch o a aDetroit 211 111 15g 5 96 963 963Detroit 81 13
Detroit 287 2 2New 118 n J 958 951Nw 111 1
New York 218 tl tlSt 116 17 81 1151St 91 11
St Louis Lou 28 28Boston al 1 11 12 21 DB DBBoeton 91 44 44Clubs 4
Boston 21 21Double It 1 l1t l1tDouble 1 2 04 0
Double par pia piavsAthletie Athletic t1aleUc 7 Chicago 7 7Cleveland 7C1e 1 1Cleveland r
Cleveland C1e hnd 7 New York 7 St Louis G GBoston GBo I IBoston
Boston Bo tOft 4 Detroit S Washington Va kl gtoA 1 1Individual 1 1Individual
Individual Sluggers
Total TotalPlayers TotalPla3ers Tote ii iiPlayers
Players I SB B 81 lB 4B oxb oxbHarUelA oxbHartselL
HarUelA HartselL Hartael A 8 l 1 1 1 1Ferris 11 11Unglauo 1 1UngIu 1
Unglauo 1 0 1 1Ferrla 1 1FerrIs
Ferris B 4 4ANDBRSON I 1 1AlDBnSON 1
ANDBRSON W 4 4Hoffman 1 0 U UHottman 1 i
Hoffman N Y 1 0 0Rlherfeld 30 2 1 1Etberfeki 1L L 0 0EUterfel
Rlherfeld N Y 2 1 1Laporte 0 0Laporte 9 9Laporte
Laporte N Y 8 1 1Base J 0 0Bas 0Base
Base Bas Running RunningPlayers RunningPIyens RunningPlayers
Players G GFJlck SB Pct PctFUck Pc PcFlick
Flick Cl C 7 7SCHLAFLY 4 iil iilSCHLAFLY 5 5SCJ1LAFL
SCHLAFLY W r S SDonohue 4 to toDonohue zd zdDonobue
Donohue ch 9 9Birmingham 4 4 4BIrmtn00haIn 141 141Blrmlncham
Birmingham Cl > 7 7CROSS 8 8First 429 429CROSS 4 4CROSS
CROSS w V 8 aRun 3 3Run 31 31Run
Run Getters GettersPlayer GettersPl > i
Player Pl yen U UHoffman fiB SB Pet PetHotrman Pc t
Hoffman N Y YHartsel S 1 1 1liOO 1liOOHart 111 111Hartsel 10 0
Hartsel Hart el A S SParent S L LPareIt m mParezt D
Parent Parezt BV B BCross 5 f 1011O 1011OCrOll6
Cross A t S 8Laporte 7 Si SiLaporte 8 9
Laporte N Y S Snmr 7 Si Si1Ja 8 15 S
1Ja Bay nmr fl Cl j afi 0 1 833 833FieldingCatohers 8IS IS 1
1 1FieldingCatchers
FieldingCatchers FieldingCatchersPlayers FieldingCatohersPlayers
Players G P Jl JlScUreck A E Pet Pethreck Pa it
ScUreck hreck A 5 St i iSullivan 8 0 11n 11nSuUtvan PaIs 10 10Sullivan Is I i
Sullivan Ch 6 81 II IIHBYDON 11 0 ltJJO ltJJOHEYDON 10 00 00HEYDON
HEYDON W V 6 3S U UBLANivKNP 13 I 1eoo 1eooBLANltRNP 111 111BLANKENP
BLANivKNP W 4 v 18 18Stepliens 4 0 1000 1000Steplaea8 10 I
Stephens St St L L 6 It U 11 1 lil lilBuelow 0 1
Buelow St L 4 M 9 1 958 958Klolnow 9 s g
Klolnow N Y 6 r f 0 3 9l1 9l1SchmIdt 14 i
Schmidt D 7 7Clarka 10 6 3 9t 9tClarku 9 81 1
Clarke Ch 4 i IS 3 2 S13 S13First 0 13 3
First Basemen BasemenPlayers BasemenPJayors V
Players G P P A E Pet PetJones Pa it
Jones JonesSLL St S1 I Ik I 88 9 0 1010 1010Donnhtlft 10 00 0
Donphtie Donnhtlft Ch I 8Ungiaub 112 6 1 991 991D 8 91 1
D Davis v5 A S sa 5 1 9110 9110Unelaub 9 90 0
Ungiaub B 8 8Rossmaiu 3 0 1 950 950Ro 9 59 9
Rossmaiu Ro mn D 8 8ANDBRSON oSt 81 I 1 9StI 9StIANDERSON 9so 9 so 0
ANDERSON W 5 SStovaU 56 5 1 1 983 983ova1l 2 58 3
StovaU ova1l Ch 7 7HICKaiAN SO 5 2 977 977HICKM 2 77 1
HICKaiAN HICKM N AV V 4 4Chase IS 1 1 9i6 2 46 g
Chase N Y 6 fJ5 1 3 3 tl5S tl5SSecond 8 8Second 153 5
Second Basemen BasemenPlayers BasemenPlacrs
Players PlayersWilliams G P A E Pet Pet11Inm Pc PcWillIams t
Williams 11Inm N Y 8 8Lojoie 27 24 1 981
Lojoie Cl L 7 7Murphy 20 21 1 9i6 9i6MurIJl 9 9Murphy 5
Murphy MurIJl A A 8 8SCHiaVFLY 26 26 2 003 003SCHLAFLY 1 463 3
SCHLAFLY W 8 16 19 2 916 1 116 61
Ferris FerrisB B S 23 23 3 939 939Eeha 3
Sehaeftr Eeha iaefcr < fer D 9 2 21 t 9t 9tIsbell 1 435 S
Isbell Ch 9 9Yeager 1G 34 ii 4 1 1Yenger 26 26Yeager
Yeager St St L 7 2 24 19 5 896 896I 1 6 6U
Third T hird Basemen BasemenPlayers Basemenllayors BasemenPlayerS
Players PlayerSV V G P A E Pet Pctradley
Bradley Bradr B BC radley Cl 7 V 7 11 0 101
CROSS C ROSS W 8 10 28 1 1 m 971night
Knight KnJghtl K night A 8 9 21 1 2 3oIighlIn
Cofighlin CofJCbl C n D 9 9Laporte 11 19 4 582 582aporte
Laporte L aporte N Yi Y 8 9 91 31 4 t S2elohanty
DR Delohanty D elohanty St L 9 14 13 5 841 844obe
Rohe R obe Ch 9 9Collins S 1C 5 5Collins 8211 8211ollins
Collins C ollins B S 7 14 6 CShortstops i8 i8Shortstops 778hortstops
Shortstops ShortstopsPlayers ShortstopsPlayers S hortstopsPlayers
Players G P A E Pet Petallace
Wallace W allace St St L 9 19 26 1 978 978avis
Davis D avis Ch 7 9 21 1 3 568 868ERIUNE
PERRINE P PC ERIUNE W t 8 14 23 2 9ill 9illCro 949ross
Cross C ross A 8 17 10 10 0 2 941 947lberfeld
Elberfeld E lberfeld N Yt Yi8 8 8O 11 23 2 94 94o 941 941Loary
O Loary L a1 D JC 9 9Turner 15 30 3 l3S l3Srurner 9311urner
Turner T TW urner Cl C CWagner 11 2fl 4 902 902Wagner 9t 9tagner
Wagner W agner B S 20 27 8 8Outfielders S55 S55Outfielders 1155utfielders
Outfielders OutfieldersPlayers OutfieldersPlfters O V VPlayers
Players V G GSeybold P A E Pet PetSebold Pcteybold
Seybold S A 8 12 3 0 1O XJ
Parent Parent P arent B E ESullivan 1 0 0 1000 1000Sullivan 1000ullivan
Sullivan S B 8 8Hahn 10 1 II 1 1Hahn 1000 1000airn
Hahn B airn Ch 9 9Mclntyre S 0 0 1000 1000Mclntre 1000cIntyre
Mclntyre M cIntyre D 9 9Crawford 23 0 0 1000 1000Crawford 1000rawford
Crawford C rawford D 1 9 9Keeler l 1 00 O V 0 1000 1000Keeler 1000eeler
Keeler K eeler N Y 7 7Stone 12 1 00 00M 0 0 100 100Stone 1000tone >
Stone S tone St L 8 8ALTIZEK 10 0 0 1001 1001ALTIZEH 10110LTIZ2OR
ALTIZEK A AV V 8 8JONES 8 00 0 0 1i 1iJONES 100ONES
JONES J W V > g gHoffman 10 1 0 0Wen 1000 1000offman oo ooHotfman
Hoffman H offman N Y 8 30 1 1 003 94lones
I lJon88 J r ones Ch Ih Sl A AUartsel D 3 1 1 960 9601Iar 960arseI
Uartsel 1Iar H arseI l A S 8Dougherty 11 1 2 1 313 313DourhertCh 303ougherty
Dougherty DourhertCh D Ch 9 9Bay 11 3 1 923 923Bay 929ayCl
Bay B ayCl Cl 6 6Cobb I 12 1 1 3 9O 9OCobb
Cobb Cobb C obb D 9 9Birmingham n 2 1 929 929Blrmlncham 029irmingham
Birmingham B Cl 7 7Hemphlll 30 0 1 1 1117 1117Hemphill 917IemphTlI
Hemphlll 1 St St L 9 9Lord 11 t 1 911 911I 917oitl
I Lord 1 oitl A S 8Pickering Jt 0 1 900 900Pickering 900ickering
Pickering P 1P St St L 8 8Conroy 1i 3 2 2onroy 1MO 1MOConroy
Conroy C onroy N Y 8 8Flick 14 2 2 sso ssoFlick 50 50lick
Flick F lick Cl 7 7Hoey S 0 1 859 859Hoej 850oey
Hoey oey B 8 8GANLEY 11 0 1 1GANLEY 7 7ANLEY
GANLEY G W W3 r 8 8Pitching 13 2 3 3Pitching 533 533itching
Pitching P Records RecordsPitchers RecordsPltohors RecordsPitchers
Pitchers PitchersWhddell Won Lost LostThe Pet Petrftddell Petltddell
Whddell W rftddell A ADygert 1 1000 1000Dygert ioooygert
Dygert D ygert A APlank 1 0 1i86 1000 1000lank
Plank P lank A ATannehill 2 0 1 1TannebRI 1000 1000annehili
Tannehill T B BGlaze 1 0 1000 1000Glaze
Glaze G laze B BWalsh 1 U IM IMValh
Walsh Ch ChSmith 2 0 1008 1008Smith 100
Smith S mith Ch ChJoss C 1 0 ICOO ICOOJOM 1C00ose
Joss J ose Cl ClMullln 3 0 1000 1000lu1
Mullln Mulftn lu1 ln D DClarkson I 8 1M 1MClarkson 1131
Clarkson C iarkiun N Y YPatten 1 0 1000 1000Patten
Patten P atten W WSiever V 8 0 14M 14MSleer
Siever S laver D DOrth 2 1 G67 G67Orth 687rth
Orth O rth N Y YHoweil 8 1 Hi HiHoell
Howell St L LBender 8 1 3 811 811Bender 037ender
Bender B ender A AYoung J 1 1 1 1Young
Young Y oung B BWhite 1 1 llIO llIOVhlte
White Ch ChOwen 1 1 1 Mi 0 0wen
Owen O wen Ch ChLlebherdt 1 1 1Llebherdt 000
Llebherdt L tebherdt a aHess 1 1 500 500IIe ilo
Hess Cl ClKlllian 1 1 1Killian 300 300KIflian
Klllian D DKe 1 1 100 100Itee
Ke Itee Keefe fe N Y YDoyle 1 1 1 100 100Doyle 000Doyle
Doyle N Y YHughes 1 1 JOG 10
Hughes HUCb W WCoombs V I 1 iI
Coombs A AAkiock 1 2 33 1 1Alock
Akiock A lOck Ch ChWinter 1 8 m
Winter B BHarris 0 1 1iarrls
Harris B BDlneen 0 2 2Dlnoo i iDineen
Dlneen B BOberlin 0 j 1 1Oberlin
Oberlin B BRhoades BRheades i 1 1RhOAdes
Rhoades CI ClWllletU 41 1
WllletU Vlilett D 0
Pelty St St L LJacobsen I 8
Jacobsen Ja J acobsen ob 4tn St St L LMorgan 0 3 1 1110rpn
I Morgan St L 0 3
Kitson Ktt KltsonV on W WSmith V 1
Smith ntltbW W V 8 8ST 2
The Juniors J nlora of St St Johns College COllesede COllesedefeated dej do doeated
feated f eated the Bioomlngdale Reserves Re erves ervesterda ya yaterday yso
terday terda t by 14 to 9 9This 9This 9This
This makes the fifth Uh straight stra ht victory
for the Juniors From the start the thoJuniors theJuniors I
Juniors went right to work and at DirI no notime notime noime I
time t wore wore they in danger of losing V VOrme
Orme Orm pitched an excellent excelie t game and was waswell wn wnwell
well supported Yates on third handled handledall handledall wnI I
all his chances well w > lI and Babbtngton at atshort atsbortalllO at
short sbortalllO also did well
The score scoreSt
Ryan c 1 1 IS S Warren cl 1882 1 8
Yates bl Sb 1 2 2 2 l 1MeInexy Meln leIMry ry et sri 0 9 2 I
Orme Orm p 2 S 1 3 SmltB IdJ pi2 p 2 0 1 S
OabVon ml Z i 2 1 1 2 I Leonard a ss2 2 2323 2 1 2
Sbannon JbJ bl 2 0 30 3 o9riirsey r rjM y Jb i 0 023 0 2 3 4
Harvey lb2 lb 212 2 a 1 1 1ais Da t B lfl if 1 9200 0 1 I 8 4
Beck Decker r cf 0 1 0 S t SUIstIeP Hurley 3fe2 3b 0092 eo 0 0 5 =
Clark 1T1 11 1 1 I 6 OMaDoad DoIId rfi rt 0 0 8 I IDugan
Ougaa rfl 1 3 0 OMcVinay 9Mcnsy Mcney lb1 012 61 6 12 9 9Totala 0 0Totals 1 I
Totals 1412711 14 11711 31 7 11 3 1 Totals 9 527 5 rz 8 7 7S 1S V 7Bloooiingdeiefles11e104201
S J C Jr S 2291694 2 2 1 4 0 14
Btoooilngdale Bloooiingdeiefles11e104201 Bloooiingdeiefles11e104201Earned Re Res1 l 19184820 1 1 It 4 e oI oIBarned 9 9Brned
Earned runu ruWJSt St Johns 8 Btoomlngdato
Refiorves S S First base ba e by errors errorsSt St Johns
S BloomlBgdate Dlo Keaervw ne erv J L Left on bases baa
St Johns John 7 BtoomlnKdalft Reserves 6 First L
ba baN on balls blkJOK ba1IsO Off Orm Orme 1 off Smith 3 3base t tStruck
Struck outD outfly Onus 9 by Smith i To Tobuo 1wo 1wobase
base hits hltsOntte Orme Shannon Socrlflce hit
Ryan Double play pIaLeonard Leonard to Turner Turnc TurncHit
Hit by pitcher vttcbezB By Orm Orms 1 Umpire UmplreSetrk UmplreSetrkTime Sairk
Time of game g gamei mel 1 hour and 45 minutes minutesIN minutesHERRSGHOFF mInutesRR8HOFF
LAKEWOOD N J April 27 21Fred 21FredHerrschoif 37FreHerrschoff Fred I j
HerrschoJT Garden City Intorscholastjc Intorscholastjcchampion Intorscholastlcchampion intorscholastjchampion
champion this afternoon won the first firstprize firs t tV
prize In the annual spring golf tourna tournament tournamont V
ment of o the Country Club of Lakowood LakowoocI 1V 1
defeating H H M Forrqst of Philadelphia Philadelphiaup V
4 up and 3 to play playIt playit j
It was Herrschoffs match from the thestart tb tbstart I
start although his opponent put up upstrong a astrong astrong
strong fight The cards cardsHerrschoft cardsHerlsoo0 V VHerrscboff
Herrschoft HerrschoftOut fr frOut V VOut
Out 46545455 4 4654545554 65 4 5 4 5 5 5 543 543Forrest 43 3 3Forrest
Forrest ForrestOut ForrestOut
Out 4663546654S 4663546654SHerrschoff 4 G 636 4 6 G StG StGHerrschotr VG VGHerrschoff
Herrschoff HerrschotrIn
In 325434 325434Forrest 325 32543 3 4 4Forrest
Forrest ForrestIn
In n 334534 334534Second 33453Second 4
Second set setPo P A A Fogerty Garden City
beat C S Lee Tuxedo 1 up 20 holes
Third set setWe W B Potts Pottsj Lakewood I
beat D H Thomas Dunwoodle 2 up upand u p panditogo
and anditogo 1 to go goFourth goFourth V VV
Fourth set setE E J Swords V jr Mont Mon t
Clalr won from W S North Lakewood ip
by b default defaultForrest defaultForrest
Forrest the runner up also had both bot ii
best gross and net scores in the handi handicaP 1 1p
cap p with 82676 82676V 82646w
W V B Potts of Lakowood was wa second secondwith seconc I Iwith
with 801277 80171W 5012TIw
W Conklln Now York York1 with 7780 778 778and 7S0 7S0and
and A t J McClure Lakowood S9SSO
tied for or third place placePENN placePENN placePENN
WEST POINT N Y April 27 27Penn Penn L Lsylvanladefeated
sylvanla 8 hanlaJdeCcatod defeated West Point in i the an annual 1 1aunt
nual baseball contest here this after afternoon afternoon
noon The score RHE
Pennsylvania 571 5 7 1
West Vest Point 312 312atterlesB 2
Batteries BatteriesBeavers atterlesB Beavers avors and Mountford I
Fenell and Carter
Has Luck With the Bat
rr Ij
I tl tlNIG
NIG PERRINE Washington Shortstop ShortstopHe ShortstopHe
He H e has a slight but peculiar crouch an d has been fortunate in the number of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his comparatively weak hits that have gone safe but he can also land landi landon landon
i on the ball hard for extra bases His style at the plate is so distinctive distinctivethat distinctivethat distinctivethat
that it is easy easyfor for the fans to recognize him even when he is too toofar toofar toofar
far far away to torecognize recognize his face
BALTIMORE April 27 iGood Good weather weatherarfd weatherar1d weatherfl1
arfd a fl1 a sparkling program brought out outthe outthe outhe
the t he biggest crowd to the Plmlico track tracksince traeksince trackince
since s ince the new jockey club has taken takenhold takenhold
hold b oki of matters In fact tact the crowd was wastoo WStoo u
too t oo large to be comfortably comfortabl accommo accommodated aeeommodated ¬
dated d ated by tb t present pr6 nt facilities acuit1e and the theneed theneed theeed
need n eed of o the new plant contemplated at atHalethorpe atHaJethorpe
Halethorpe H was wasStI1ktngly strikingly emphasized emphasizedTodays ompbasbedT9da ompha4zedTpdayz
Todays T9da card had as features teatu the Blk Blkrldge KtkrIdge
r rIdge idge Steeplechase for Hunters and the theCarrollton theCarrollton
Carrollton C Cup for gentleman riders ridersboth ridersboth ridersoth
both b oth ovants or much moment mo nt to the thesociety thesociety
society s folk folkEssex folkEssex V Vssex
Essex E ssex an Easy Winner WinnerDion WinnerDl
Dion Dl n Kerrs grand hunter Besex who whohas whohas whoas
has h as been showing such good form this thisspring thhspring thispring
spring s was conceded to have ha a a mortgage mortgageon
on o n the steeplechase e Mr Ir Taylor had hadridden I
ridden r him heretofore but today his hisowner hlai hlaiowner
owner o wner Mr Ir Kerr had the mount Essex Essexas Bseexas
as was u V expected won Just Ps as he hepleased heV I Ipted
pleased pted p leased ed Tel TeIfar fare who was expected to togive V I
give g ive him a battle fell fel the first time timearound tJmcarouncI tixncround
around a the field fieldEssex eld eldEBsex
Essex displays dI8p1 tps more gameness than thanthe thanthe
the t he usual run of half breed and 1w it is isgood Isgood
good betting that he h has a good dam damEsaax dan danE
Esaax E ooc has not shown his best t yeU yet e4 and andhe adhe
he h e will 11I beat be t good ones before the e season seasonis seasons n nIs
is I s over overWarning overWaming V VWarning
Warning Wins Carrollton CarrolltonWarning CarroIItonWarning
Warning ridden by Goorge Nicholas Nicholaswon NJchoJaaon V
< won on the Carrollton Cup gotagto goIDg to the theifrrtnt theNnt I
ifrrtnt f Nnt on the back stretch and staying stayingthere stjlngthere stayingthere
there to the end endThe endl
The l TurnerShields syndicate made madequite madsquite r I Iquite
quite a killing on this race backing backingWarning backingWarning backingWarning
Warning down from 4 to 1 to 2 to 1 and andsending andsondlnS
sending s the money mone in In bundles bundlesBulwark bundlNBulwark bundlesBulwark
Bulwark ridden by Mr Tucker finish finished ftnlahed finishii ¬
ed c ii very vcr slowly and got the place placeQuadrille placeQuadrille pisceQuadrille
Quadrille the favorite fay orJte < was as shy of speed speedand peedand speedand
and show money mon was his portion portionLaudable POrtionLaudable
Laudable second choice ran a nice race raceIn raceIn
In i n the opening event and defeated the theto th thto I
2 to 5 favorite Etta Louisa The lat latter attor later ¬
ter t er had won two races at this meet meeting met t ting ¬
i ing ng and was looked upon a a Invincible in inthis Inthis it I
this company but she did not seem to tolike tolike toike I
like l ike the going which was a little hold holding holdInS holdIng ¬
ing ingMany InSMany V V V
Many Tips Afloat AfloatA AfloatA
A cheap lot of maiden threeyear threeyearolds threeyearolds
olds came out ii 1 a the second race nfl amiall nflall I
all sorts o ot tips were afloat Havana Havanawas HavanaWas
was whispered whlepero 1 around as tho real good goodthing goodthing goo I
thing and arid was made a 2 to 1 favorite favoriteGrafton favoriteGrafton favoriteI V
Grafton and St St Jeanne also were well wellfancied wellfancied I
fancied The winner wlnnorr however turned turnedup turnedup turnedup I
up in MoongolQ who opened at 7 I to L LQueen 1Queen 1
Queen of Knight a 20 to I shot ran into intothe Intothe intcthe I
the place plac with St Jeanne third thirdPlatoons third thirdPlatoons thirdPlatoons
Platoons crazy craz antics at the pOSt de delayed de delaYed doIiiyod ¬
layed the start of the Third race seven sevenminutes sevenminutes I
minutes and then finally he got g t away awayflying awayfi awayfiyth r
flying fi fiyth lnS and was never headed Beldemo Beldemoran Beldemoron Beldemcran
ran out after him but tired in the ef effort e eCort offort ¬
fort and was beaten beatenout out for the place placeby placeb plac placby
by b Belle of Jessamlne Sandy Crocker Crockerehowcd Cro Crodkeiehowed kor korehowC
ehowcd < a good turn of spend BPcealin in the sixth sixthrace sixthmce sixtirace
race and won handily handilyFavorite handilyFavorite handilyFavorite
Favorite Ran Away AwayTho AwayThe AwayThe
The contestant contestrnt was Gallant who made madea made madea I Ia V
a game effort in the stretch but could couldnever couldnever I Inever
never get up Percentage Percentn the hc favor favorite faorlte favorito ¬
ito ran away a aj a a mile before the race raceand raceand rac racand
and ruined his chances Canvas who whowas whowas wluwas
was bet on as a good thing thingat at Bennlng Bennlngwas BennlnSwas Bennlngwas
was touted as the real goods in th thlast the thelast thlast
last race and an thve th ro wag a big pile bet beton beton be t tfl
on fl him Diamond D mond Jim Brady Bra y was wasat wftaat 3 3at
at the track and It was said he had a abig abig L Lbig
big bundle on Mr Mrpagots > Pagets horse Can Canvas Canvas Canvan ¬
vas is still a maiden and the best his hisbackers hisbacker bl 5 5backera
backers got was wasshow show money moneyDainty moneyDainty
Dainty Maudie Ma dIe won this race very ver I
handily going to the front and finish ¬
ing with something In reserve reserveSummaries resetvoSufl1tflafleS
Summaries SummariesFirst SummariesFirst V VV VFitSt V
First race raceFive Five furlongs Laudable Laudnblo1OJ I
103 Alex 4 to 1 won Etta Louise L ulse 109 109Lloyd 10 C
Lloyd 2 to 5 second MiSs Catesby r Cr
103 Falrbrother 50 to 1 third Time Time106Yz
106 106Yz Miss Cushman Black King
Black Hawk Hawk Sophomore also ran ranSecond ranSecond ranSecond
Second race raceSix She furlonge Moongold I
107 C Morris 12 to l 1 won Queen of a If
Night 105 Lloyd 6 to 1 second St SI L
Jeanne J canne 105 McCarthy 4 to A 1 third third DirtTime
Time 119 Grafton Pago Rye Boy Bo V
Havana Sprigtail Sp rlgtD1I Titmouse also ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Third race raceSix raceSixfurlongs Six furlongs Platoon 117 IJ 17
C C Morris 2 to V5 5 won Belle of Jessa ¬
mine 118 Lloyd 5 to 1 second Bel Bellisl I
demo 106 Hennessy 2 to 1 third Time
lisl 118 Nellie V Itaclner I liacine cIne Ran After aiso also als 0
ran ranFourth V VFourth
Fourth race f Elkrldge Steeplechase i
about two miles mH s Essex 146 Kerr
even won Guardian 156 P Hagan 3
to 1 second Firefly 143 14 Pending even ever 1
third Time 444 Telfare Dr Reis 5
Fearless also ran ranFifth ranFICth ranFifth
Fifth race raceCarroliton Carrollton arrI1Iton Cup for gentle gentlamen I Imen ¬
men riders seven s ven furlongs Warning WarnIn I
Jumps J UITps on Georgia Pitcher Pitcherin i iin
in the Sixth for x xFour
By B y capturing todays toda s game with Georgia Georgiaby Georgiay
by b y 8 to 3 Virginia baa a record recox of c eight eightsuccessive eghtSUCCe
successive M victories victorJ over Southern team teamsGraves teamGraves teamGraves V
Graves who ho did th the twirling for or the theCrackers theCraekers I
Crackers C rackers h MId id his own pretty well VS1 eU until untilthe untJIthe
the sixth inning when ben opportune hits hitsby hitsby I
V by b y Woodson and SueoRg coupled with withgood withgOOd
good g ood base running yielded four runs runsGeorgia runsGeorgia
Georgia drew first bIood In the third thirdInning thirdtnnlng
Inning I with one down Martin was waspassed waspallMd I
passed p assed and counted on Derricks Derrlek triple tripleto tripleto 4 4o
to t o right Foley who was ate on a a4e4ers aAcllJir8 n nedrs
4e4ers 31 edrs choice scored on Captain CaptainBrowns CaptainBrowns I IBrowns
Browns twobagger to center centerVirginia centerVlrglal
Virginia tied the score la the next see sessloa seIoR seeiosi
sloa s iosi Foley dropped HolTs Hoar long fly to toleft toleft tc tceft
left l eft Held and t the e runner talltod on an anout anout at atut
out o ut Thorn was hit by a pitched p1tch ball balland battand ballnd
and a nd came home on errors errorsIn eIrOtIn
V In th the fifth Woodeon counted on Hon Honakers Honakers
akers a kers timely hit over second eeond base baseThe b8eThe
The fielding feature was Williams Jllams one onehand one onehAn oneand
hand hAn h and catch of Daltons DAlton line drive In the thefirst thofir th I
first fi rst t inning Innln For Virginia Woodson WoodsonJohnson rO d5Oft d5OftJollnson
Johnson J and Honaker each got two twohits twhUs twe tweits
hits h its Woodson Vood on put up a great game at al
backstop b Georgia being unable to steal steala sto stoaa l lsingle
a single base baseVirginias btufeYlrglD1s
Virginias next game is with George Georgeown ¬
town t own today week weekVirginia weekr weekOi weekYtrg1n
Virginia Ytrg1n RHOAKI Oi Goorgta RHOAK RKOA
llooekor r M aS 212 S 1 2 M Msrttn rt rl 1 0 Oi OieLO 1 11 1
Walter cf eLO 0 0 2 0 SDerrick iD rrtek 2 3S t 1 I 3 0
Hoft l Soa Jb 1 tit J tPofciy K1 X UL13 l 4 1
Dulton UenlCi2I131cewne4254 IC1 2 ifBroim e S I 41 4 t
Than rf2 ft 1 tpnuw ft pl 1 1 S
TotMMOn T lb1 212 U 0 IItWberretS rwhWr WJterr eff effwmMteoe C I C S S
Mddux ddwc b1 0 0 4 twsiaon re OR rfI re S S C I
wmMteoe CMIIOft oo4so c2 2 7 2 2SWOB S1ubb lb lb0 ill illTotals 11 I
SWOB 3uMac O usoag po p01 1 0 02 S IWthIanse rUItanM 3b 3bI II 1 1 2 1 1Totala 1Totals
Totals S S 27 12 yjl I1 t Totals 2 7 34 U3 18 5 50e0cxIa
0e0cxIa 0 20t 0 I 14 a
Virginia e 021491 I 4 1xi 1xiTwo x STwobese S STwobase
Twobase Two hits IaI biteJohnson JoUeon Johnson Brown ThreebaM 8e C
htts 1I1tsDenidc b rterrtek Qo G Geyte v et Double ptaj playItrowit Brown
Cobb to Brown Sacrta Serl Sacrillee ee e hit IIkWaDrer WaMcr FIrM Firs
Mae UAS on bcH baIIO uoa Off Suaoog 1 oa ff Graves S S I L
Struck out outBy By Svsong S by Gtavac Gr C 4
8t Stoles R ba baMeHGlHlkr 0 Hoit k r Those T JofcMs ToIuIMn n X I
t Hit by pitcher pIiebeony By JcL Graver Crave4 s t Left on ORallCl ba basee a
Virginia 4 Georgia 5 Tlae tft
V of t same 55ffi01 1 hoar hoe r rinisutee
allCl KM 31 mbMitw Umpire UmJJlreld Mr Veatorvett elt of
Washington Washington4t
141 1 4t Nicholas 2 to 1 won fl Bulwark
14 142 Tucker 2 to 1 1 second Quadrille 1
147 Wright righl 12 to 5 second Time Time 135 l I
Cursus Tom Lawson Plantagenet also alsoran dlsoran ale S Sran
ran ranSixth
Sixth race naceMlle Mile and sixty 8ixt yards L
Sandy Sand Creeker W Goldstein 2 2to to 1 1won 1 I
won Gallant 117 Diecine DI DiggIne pn 6 to 1 1 sec second sec second secend ¬
ond Tavannos 113 fvVTshard V1shard 7 to 1 1 I L
third Time 1 1i2 2 1J Racine IT Water r
Dog Congress C > DfI8 S Percentage also ran ranSeventh ranSeenth ranSeventh
Seventh race raeeSlx Six furlongs Dainty D Dajnt lnty IT ITMaOdle
Maud lIa MaOdle dll 15 Diegins 7 to 2 won King Itlrtfot KIn
of Bashan W7 1 McCarthy 10 to 1 1 KInV soc socond SICond second V
ond Canvas 17 J JoL Jo1mn son 2 to 1 I Ithird
third Time 11 Boyster Goldflndar V VAllonby
Allonby A11onb Nettle Carita Racaman also alsoP1MLICO alsoraRe nb 0 0PIMLICO
First race raceThreeyo raeeTflreeyeerolds Threeyearolds rolds and up upselling upselUns urselling
selling six furlongs Scarfell 107 107Convalvulus 1alConvahulus 10 I
Convalvulus 112 Doc Kyle K le 105 St St Jo Joseph J JV o oCpb 4 ¬
seph Cpb UI Laura A A 92 9 9j Edwin H 95 95Akbar 95Akbar V
Akbar 117 Higglnbotham 92 Belle BelleStrome Be BeU lc lcStrome e
Strome 107 Somnus 102 Hocus Pociis Pocu Poculos 3
102 Diamond 111 111Second U1Second DLSecond
Second race raceTvoyeor Twoyearbids lds soiling soilingfour sOUlngfour
four and a half furlongs Laudable 110 110Desideratum noDesideratum 110DesIderatum I
Desideratum 110 Bernardo 110 Kitty KittySmith KittySmith Kitt y
Smith 110 Cartwheel 11 110 Nell W ill 110Awless noAwless illAwiess 4 V
Awless 105 Dlck Rose 103 Lady LadyPoweir LadyPoweU Lad V VPoweIf
Poweir 113 113Third 113Third
Third race raceThree1oorolds Threeyearolds and up upselling upselling u uselling 4
selling mile and a sixteenth Betsy BetsyBlnford BetsyBinfOrd Bets y
BinfOrd 90 Cobmosa 107 Poter PoterKnight poterKnight Pete yr r
Knight 104 Winchester Wlncb tor 103 Cursus 1
103 Flavigny 108 i Ivanhoe ICO Sonoma SonomoBollc a
Belle 107 Nellie Burn 97 Tom Lawson Lawson100J Sonomi i
109 109Fourth
Fourth race raceRenncrtHandlcap Renncrt Handicap three threeyearolds threeyearolds thre threycarolds
yearolds and up one mile Ormondes OrmondesRight 5 5Right
Right 114Grazlallo IH GrazlaUo 112 El Dorado 103 103The 108The 10
The Clown IDS 1 Sonoma Belle 100 Ivan Ivanhoe Jvanhoe var varhoe
hoe 110 Racine II 95 95Fifth 9 9Fifth 96Fifth
Fifth race raceSteeplechase Steeplechase fouryear fouryearolds fouryeaolds ouroar ouroarolds
olds and up about two miles Sotauket t i
160 Kara 160 Bound Brook 157 Sou Souvigny Souvlgn Solvlgny
vigny vlgn 142 Sir Tristan 132 Amanda H Hiao 1
130 V VSixth
Sixth race rac racoPouryearolds Fouryearolds Four earolds and up upselling upseUlng ui s sselllng
selling five and onehalf furlongs In Incorrigible Incorrlgiblo Ii 5 5corrigIble ¬
corrigible 105 Hazel Baker Bakerl05 105 Bowling Bowlir Is
Bridge 107 Trentoloa 100 Calmness S
105 Osslneke Osslnekel00 100 Birmingham BlrmlnghamlP2 102 Idle Id ic
Dream 100 Gemini 107 Twister 102 102Gallant 102Gallant 10 2 2Gallant
Gallant 107 Hocus Pocus 105 105Seventh 105Seventh 105Seventh
Seventh race raceFouryearolds Fouryearolds and up upselling upselling u uselling
selling five and onehalf furlongs 3 3Edge1oy
Edgcley 102 Gold Coin 102 Cousin Cousi CousiKate
Kate 1X > Paul ClItrord 107 Trackless
100 Vagabond 107 Mark Anthony AnthonYlI II 1
102 Anna Smith 100 Jupiter l up1ter plter 107 Rust Uw
102 Marksman 107 Fantagenct 105Apprentice 105 105Apprentice 106Apprentice
Apprentice allowance Weather clear cleartrack cleartrack den r rtrack
track fast
Washington golfers made a a better bettershowing bett bett5howlng
showing than usual In their annual annualInterolty aDBualInterolty
Interolty match yesterday with a team
from Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIn
In the foursome matches match in th the fore forenoon forenoon ¬
noon the local players pla ers were beaten beat 6 6points Iolnts
points > olnts to 3 and in the single matches m tch
in the afternoon the score re was IS 1 to 4
in favor of Philadelphia giving the vie Vis
Itors a a victory by a total score re of o 19 to 7
Play in the singles was doe close in half halfa
a dozen matches and three of ths these re required re required ¬
quired extra holes for a settlement
W v Poultney Smith Huntingdon Val ValfY ¬
ley fY Country Club lost his match at the
twentyfirst twentl1rst hole to A A S Mattingty ot 0
Columbia F H H Ellis ElU Chevy Chase Chasecarried
carried his match with A A H H Tilling
hast Philadelphia Country Club to the theV
twentysecond hole where the latter latterwon V 1
won on C Farnum Huntingdon Valley
and E S Duvall jr Columbia played PIa7 playact i
twentyone holes with the former a awinnor
winnor winnorW winner wmnorW I
W Poultney Smith Huntingdon V Val Va ¬
Icy Ie Country Club and A S Mattingty
Columbia played the most interesting
match MattingJy proved th the winner wh
after the most do dohole dogged kind or golf that tMtearned thatcarried
earned the match to the twentyftrst
hole Mattingly won the 1 1by long fifth hole
by tour to five with a remark remarkable mashie snashieV
ot hot from off the greens H He pulled off V
another remarkable stunt by running
down a four on the seventh hole after 1 tot totwice
twice t getting into a bunker I
Smith was w 8 one up at t the ninth hole holeand bolrand hoicnd
and a nd two up at th Ute tenth but lost the thenext tbenext theOXt
next fl OXt two holes and the players were wereeven wereeven wereven
even e ew ven up the sixteenth where Mattingly
won w on by three to four The next was wasalved
hm halved h alved and Smith won the eighteenth eighteenthmaking elgfttee eighteenthaking th
making m hti aking the match ail even again Mat Matngiy ¬
tin tingly ti ngiy superbly loftied a stymie at tile tbenineteenth tilenineteenth
nineteenth n for a half in four and on the thevery thevery theery
very v ery next hole again ga1a surprised his op ¬
vp Rrr h
ponent vp p onent nent by running ruBnla ga down d1 a twentyfoot twentyfootput jty4ee jty4eeut
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put pt p ut for a K half bl In n four tr This T work seem seemed s ¬
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