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I THE WASHINGTON TIMER THFBSDAT THTR DA Y JTNE JrE 17 1909 13
SCOT GOLD CUP CUPGOES EiP EiPOQESTOBEMBO
GOES OQESTOBEMBO OQESTOBEMBOOulsider TO BEMHO BEMHOOut
Outsider Out ider at 25 25 to 1 Takes TakesStake j jStake iStake
Stake With No Ameri American Amencan I Ican
can can Starters StartersMINORU StartersMINORU StartersMINORU
MINORU ONCE MORE MOREWINS MOREXINS MOREWINS
WINS FOR EDWARD EDWARDLands EDXfARDLands EDWARDLands
Lands the St James Palace Stake StakeBut StakeBut StakeBut
But King Kil1gDoesnt Doesnt Visit VisitPaddock VisitPaddock VisitPaddock
Paddock PaddockLONI PaddockLONIOi PaddockLONION
LONI LONIOi ON June ITiLwd Carnarvons Carnarvonsfouryearold Carn CrIuizVoflrourearo1d rYon rYonfourfaroJd
fouryearold BemW won w the Gold Cup CupMake Cuptak8 Cuptaka
Make tak8 at Ascot today with Leopold d dRothschilds d1oth8chllds dRothsch1kI
Rothschilds Santo Stmto the fto4 fto4favorite It04favorite to4 to4favorite
favorite second and L 1 Neumann Neuma SI SlIxTla SItrla SIltrIa
IxTla trla third thirdTherace thirdThe thirdTho
Therace The race was worth JS9COQ tM IOQ and was w wa the theJlue the1ue the11ue
Jlue ribbon orent ent of the Ascot meeting meetingThere meetingThere lfleetiflZThere
There were no American starters Bem Bembo Dentj j3eMbo
bo wa WQ not thought t tG i have a chance chanceand cbl chaitceand 1 1and
and his odds were 25 to 1 with but little littlemoney littlemonuy I Imoney
money placed on him He ran the best bestrace bestrace beetrace
race of hjs b career however and won by byhalf b byhalt i ia
half a If a length amid mid Intense Intenseexcitement IntenseexcitementIn excitement excitementIn
In was another an tber big day for f or King KlnrVard Bid Bidward Edard
ward ard as his Minorn the Derby rby winner winnerxvon wtnuerwon Iuter Iuterwon
won the St James Palace Stakes from fromJ
J B Joels The Story W V Raphael RaphaelBlankney flapheBlankney i
Blankney was third Minor MIROruthe Minorthe w wthe
the favorite 1lte the rac race having been ps pstically p pticaUy PC PCtically
tically conceded coftCM ece4ed d to him himCheers himCheers
I
Cheers for King KingThe KingTho KingThe
The great crowd cheered for fifteen fifteenminutes fifteenninutea I IJnlnute
minutes when Mloni won his race r and andthe a Bd d dS 1 1the
S the band played the national anthem anthemKing anthemKing antheinKing
King Edward did not visit vt tt the paddook paddookafter peddo peddooicofter 1c
after the race as he did Derby Der day dayfearing dayfarttlg dayearthg I
fearing the excltment would prove tod todjnucii tociDuell toI2TIuc
jnucii 2TIuc for him himH blmH h1mis
is H P Whitneys Whit YS color colorawere were seen In Infront hifront 1 1tront
front in in the race for the AU Aged AgedFlakes Agedftakes Agedstakes
Flakes when his Hillside III beat the thei thenack thetrack
i rack english BngU h sprinter Hallaton owned ownedCaptain ownedhy ownedhy
hy > Captain CA tain Allfrey In I one ne of the most mostxcJting moatcltlng meetItIng
xcJting > ItIng races seen this year B H Hfartln HIt
It > fartln had the t e leg lei I up Jt OR HfllsJde EUll lde JII JIIand pland UI UIkJid
and in a hard drive he sot ot hi his mount mountden nunt3ome ut utiome
3ome iome a head ead ia front of Ralla1On rid rtdden ridden
den by F Wootton The he odds were to toI tot toagainst
I against Hillside h1 h1rhousands ii1 ii1Thousands IU IUthousands
thousands of Americans AmericansThe Americ ns nsThe
The crowd that th Lt gathered lherecl at Ascot Ascottoday A Aicottoday cot cottoday
today to witness witD wlt eea the th running of th thGold the theGold theGold
Gold Cup was almost almo t as large as that thatof thatof thatof
of the English Derby DerbyWhat DerbyWhat DerbyWhat
What it lacked in slue it more than thanmade t thannade aa aamade
made jp In Its aristocratic composi composition compo composition l ltlon ¬
tion and easily furnished one ot the thered thered thered
red letter I ter days or the present racing racingpeason racinglea60n racingeaeou
peason The American colony coJon was out outin outI Out1i
in I large Iar e numbers and H t s 8temed emed that thathalf thathalf thathate
half the coaches that bowled their way wayti waytv waytt
ti > Ascot were filled with 1tb Americana AmericanaThe AmericansThe lnencD1JThe
The crowd began be n gathering gaUie nj before W Woclock 10ocJodI 1 1ocloilc
oclock and by noon it seemed that no nomore DOmore nomore
more could be accommodated but the thepeople Utepeople theyeople
people kept pouring in inSix InSix InBix
Six in Gold Cup CupBut CupBut CupBut
But six sL borses went t the post for the theGold theGold theGold
Gold Cup an an unusually small na JI field and andthe aadthe
4 the absence ab etI e of many horse wlt which ela it itbad Itad Itad
bad ad hoped would try for the risk stakeiraa stake stakewas stakewaso
was waso one Pf t the disappointment dl of ortbe ortbedai the thedat j jajr
dai daiThe dat ajr 7 j i eThe j jThe
The starters were Lady De Bathes BathesVentoi 1JrtbesEnlol 5stheeentoI
Ventoi Enlol Danny Maher up M L A Pel PelJerms Pel1erinsLa Pllertts
Jerms 1erinsLa LaBella La Belle IV Stern Lord Car Carparvons Carpanons Cariarvons
parvons iarvons Bembo Fox Bell M A Pet PelJprln P PJpI1n8 PetJcrIn
JpI1n8 Jprln e Aquarelle House Hou eL L D Da Roths Rothst Jt t1ui t1uijlds
t > iilus Santo Strato Madden ana anaNeumanns aftcIL aftcILEumanns andLeumanns
Neumanns Eumanns Siberia Dillon DillonIT DillonAUTOISTS DillonAUTOISTS
AUTOISTS WANT WANTc WANTBIJT
c IT FAIR PLAY mMatters
Matters Maltiersef f great import to local auto mutoiobUtete auw10biU autoobUIat
> 10biU iobUtete ta were dtocu dl8cwleed sed at length last lasttight lastrught lasthight
tight ax a a meeting of the Automobile Automobileflub Auto AstomobiIeflub tob e efluB
flub of Washington Wa td gtOft and a 1 steps were wretaken Wetetaken weretaken
taken to have these th e matters passed passedfcyon J8 peeeedby Hd Hdvn
fcyon vn by the Contmhwtonere ContmhwtonerePresident CoIftmlulooertJPre CoinmlaslonersPresident
President Pre idt W D Wt was la the thehair thehaJr theha1r
hair and fa the tll course of his hl opening openingremark opeIIiasrmarka oenIagmarka
remark marka called call attention to UM fact factthat faettha factthat
that t the club had repeatedly tedly gone on onJpcord ont ontord
Jpcord t cord as thoroughly in accord with all allJust aUJ allJuat
Just J t laws and regulations governing governingmotor goverBlagmotor governingflotor
motor vehicles but the atotortats ob objected obJpcted obJcted ¬
jected to being persecuted Mr West Westread Westread Westcead
read an editorial that appeared recently recentlyIn
In n The Times under the caption Is the theAutomobile theAutomobUe theAutomobile
Automobile Club on the Job This Thiseditorial Tb I ItdItorkl l leditorial
editorial will undoubtedly lead to a apiovenlent aPlovemeat atnovetlint
piovenlent to compel all vehicles to tocarry totany torarry
carry llsht llshtH JlghtllH Iihta IihtaH
H Chadwick Hunter then addressed acI1reNedthe addressedthe
the meeting saying In part As an anautomobile anflutomobtle anautomobile
automobile club we stand for or law and andorder andtmlcr andorder
order and justice in all matters pertain pertaining pertainto pertainjug ¬
jug to the uses ot motor vehicles As Asp AaIIody AsII
p body dy of men interested ia the devel development develDpment d vel velrprnent ¬
opment oC the automobile as ao instru instrument iJMtrutlpnt ¬
ment of business and pleasure vrc wft w must mustexert JousteXfrt mustextrt
4
exert our influence in j this community communitytoward commulltytoward coznxnuisitytoward
toward the adjustment adju tment of conditions conditionspertaining eondlUonpertatnJog conditionspertaining
pertaining to equality of rights in the theuse th thuse thetse
use of the reads r ds and highways hlpwa by motor motorcars motorcars motorraze
cars and an other vehicles As a class weflIe were we wetre
tre re discrimioated against Slow mov moving movIns rnovn ¬
Ins n vehicles should carry three lights lightsas
as motor cars do The police might ap apply appI apply ¬
ply pI themselves with equal diligence to toviolations totrlolat1ons toi1oIaUona
violations of the law by other than mo motorists JJWtorl81 metfrtate > ¬
torists Let them arrest arre t sleeping I plng driv drivers dl1vera drivirs ¬
ers arrest n8 t driven whose horses cast castt castLtr
t Ltr p1r ir shoes arrest glass throwers and andJ andtlilvera
Silvers J ivera who drop brick and nailstudded nailstuddedthirds nalltituddedt
thirds t rd rda on the streets All these things thingstause thJDgsLI1USe thingsLause
tause injury to automobile tires tiresLouis tiresLou tiresLouis
Louis Lou A Dent called attention to the thefact thetad therant
fact that many things complained of ofby orby ofbY
by motorists are covered C vered by police pOlIeelat regu regulations reguat ¬
lations lat at ions but their enforcement is 1 lax laxOthers laxOtiler laxOthers
Others who spoke were R t B j Caverly CaverlyA CAvorlyward
A t Ward raM Bvans vans W S Duvall and Bd R H Hfatchln Hpatchla Hratchin
fatchln The latter referred to the two twofcout twofcout twoleout
fcout ears ear that are running from from Atlanta Atlantato
to New York via Washington on a ap aod
p 000 < od roads mission ml8 ioft The scouts will ar artvill azive JI JIt1e
t1e Monday or Tue Tuesday day and the club clubwill clubivill
will keep open o n Louse lou e in their honor honorA
A committee o three members of the theclub thelub theclub
club lub will shortly call upon the Com Commissioners Comf1 Cornnimtoners ¬
missioners f1 1 8Ioners anddiscuss anit 8 informally the thetvheel the1ff thetcheel
tvheel 1ff > 1 tax dropping of oil oUt emission of ofSmoke otmoke ofimoke
Smoke and other matters mattersMORNING matterMORNING mattersMORNING
MORNING BALL GAME GAMEIS
IS WON BY CHICAGO CHICAGOTrim CfflCAGOTrim
Trim Boston Red Sox by 9 to 2 2Bill 2BiU 2Bill
Bill Burns Pitches PitchesBOSTON PitchesBOSTON PitchesBOSTON
BOSTON Jane U 17Tbe The chicago CMeagAmericana OatJcateAmerlOILPs chicagowan
Americana w wen n an easy sy y victory over overBoston overJ1oston overS
S Boston in the t e morning genie today todaypeatlng tUJfL7peaUng teaypeaUng
peaUng the Red Sox S to S t Soars ScoreThicago
SoarsS Seore1tHD
S 1tHD 1tHDI HB HBrhtcago
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Boston 06000011 0 ee 0 eeo 0 1 I iezi ieziBattc1esBurna 2 ZBatteliesDurns 9 2 2Battejles
Battejles BatteliesDurns Boraa and Owen Ow Bur Burphell Buychell
hell Schlitzer Carrleo and Madden dden
JJropires l1mp JJmpiesOwena esOwenl Owen ana an Pcrrlne
Complete Co plete List of Entries EntriesFor ElltriesJ EntriesFor
For J or the Sociability Run RunOfficial RuiBTRAYTS
ENTBASTS ENTBASTSCar BTRAYTSOfficial
Official Officialnumber om Officialiluitijior lQ I 11 11lull
number lull b r Car CarropeHartford tAy Enraiit EnraiitT Bllfrnllttford
4 ropeHartford ropeHartfordRco tford T B Spencc SpenccLester ScnccLcsfer I ICo
Rco RcoJackson Co Lester D Moore afooreGeorge MooreGcorgc
3 Jackson JacksonMaryland George Thomas ThomasB Thom s sR
Maryland MarylandFord B B CaTerly CaTerlyMiss
5 1 Ford 7 7Kegnl Miss Lilian Miller MillerEdgar MlllerI nnlcrHdgnr
I Regal KegnlE Edgar J Ornic OrnicLoroy Orm1JliII
7 E 3T F FThomas aiIoleon Bill JliIILcro c cS
S Thomas ThomasBuick Loroy Lcro Mark MarkJJ MnrP 1LarlBuick
P Buick BuickFranklin JJ 1 1 Dun Dunignn Duiiian1 lira n nT
10 Franklin FranklinMarjland 0 T II Falconer FalconerIV
11 Maryland MarjlandLocomobile IV V D West WestW 0 012Locomoblle
12Locomoblle 12 Locomobile LocomobilePremier W r W Y Grier GrierGriffin e
13 Premier PremierClmlmersDctrolt Griffin Halsteadv Unstcad
14 ClmlmersDctrolt ClmlmersDctroltHupnioljilo Chalmers Detroit Gardner Ormev OrmevGeorges OrmcUupniobUe Ormeii
ii Hupnioljilo HupnioljiloMaryland Georges Georgers Franc FrancJohn I r rui ruit l1c l1cTohll
t Maryland MarylandWoods John K Heyl HeylDr
Dr D B Street StreetMrs StreetlS StreetIs
17 > Woods 00 nods Is Electric ElectricWoods u
lS Woods Electric ElectricAmerican Mrs R C t Wilson WilsonR
19 American Simplex SimplexFord R C S Wilson WilsonH WilsotiFord
20 Ford FordChalmersDetroit H G Ga Maclicn MaclicnJ MacbenClmlmersDcfrolt
21 ChalmersDetroit ChalmersDetroitColumbia Iialmers Detroit J B Spprry SpprryAbe 8pr1Columbia
22 Columbia ColumbiaRegal Abe 0 Cohen CohenCharles
21 11 Regal RegalMatlicson Charles Orme OrmeWJIIiam
24 Matlicson MatlicsonMatlieson WJIIiam illiam Orme OrmeJames Orme2iJMathcson
2iJMathcson 2 Matlieson MatliesonOldsmobile James Orme OrmeW OrmcB Ornie2G
2G > Oldsmobile OldsmobileLocomobile W i to B McBurncy 11cBitrnyfi7 mcB r lrn J Ji
fi7 i Locomobile Chas C Milbunu MilbunuChalmersDetroit MlIbunlrnnJrUn
28 rnnJrUn ranz 1opp Eopp29ClialnwrsDetroit
29ClialnwrsDetroit 9 ChalmersDetroit ChalmersDetroitBuick R P Andrews Andrews3DBuick Androws8OBuick A AJos
3DBuick Buick BuickBrush Jos B Prince PrinceC rlnceC
Brush BrushOverland C V Dormnn DormnnJohn >
32 Overland OverlandBrush John R Sharp SharpDr SI18rl1Dr S1arpS
Brush BrushWinton Dr S S Thompson ThompsonL
3ji Winton WintonMaxwell L C Struck StruckC
Maxwell MaxwellPopeTribune C J T Brown BrownAuto Brown86PopeTribune
3 86PopeTribune PopeTribune PopeTribuneOldsmobile Auto College of Wash WashRobert Vash3t
3t 3 Oldsmobile OldsmobileThomas Robert C Shin ShlnnBen Shin38Thomns Shinfl88Thomas
38Thomns Thomas ThomasFord Ben en F Rider RiderClias RiderChas I IClllS
Ford FordLocomobile Clias D 0 Fowler FowlerChas Fowler40Loconioblle
40 40Loconioblle Locomobile LocomobileWayne Chas W Bender BonderA
4 Wayne WayneFord A D Borton Bortonaiotor BortonMotor
42 Ford FordRegal ord Motor Car Livery Co CoWilliam CoWilliam
43 Regal RegalPalmerSinger William Geione GeioneMiss Gc > onc
4 44 PalmerSinger PalmerSingerRegal Miss Kellie Nellie Cook CookC
Regal RegalPullman C W Watts WattsRexford M ails atts46Pullman ails46Pullman
46Pullman Pullman PullmanRegal Rexford M Smith SmithDr SmithDr
47 Regal RegalResrnl Dr I Humps HumpsA JlunlpJ
Resrnl ResrnlRegal A J Zimmerman ZimmermanGoo
Regal RegalWashington Goo W V Wells WellsCarter Wells5O
50 Washington WashingtonBaker Carter Motor Car Corp CorpElectric
51 Baker alier Electric ElectricBaker Goo A Wearer WearerE W WearerElectric CRTer CRTerElectric
Baker Electric ElectricBuick E II Iioss1 Iioss1G Iiosspit KossG
pit Buick BuickOverland G G Hamner HamnerHerbert Jlamnerfit IlamnerOverland
fit Overland OverlandBuick o fe rl amI Herbert M r Hall HallT UaIIii
ii ii Buick BuickReo T Bench Platt PlattCharles PlattCharlcs PlaitCharles
Reo ReoRco Charles B Smith SmithII =
7 0 Rco RcoFrankUn II I Murray MurrayArthur MllJTay5S
58 FrankUn Arthur Middlcton MiddlctonJohn Middleton5th Jiddlotout
5th t 4 Stanley StanleyCadillac Smnlc h John 11 Kenned KcnncdOOCadlilac Kennedy80Cadillac j jII
OOCadlilac Cadillac CadillacLozier II E Simons SimonsGeorge Simonsozler Simongeorge
Lozier LozierThomas George eorge P Sacks SacksHarry >
6 62 Thomas ThomasSfoddardDayton Harry Unrr M Miller MillerMiss Miller68SloddardDayton
63 68SloddardDayton SfoddardDayton I IThomas eo Miss C S Carpenter CarpenterS Carp nfcr
61 Thomas ThomasCameron S Jones JonesF
6i > Cameron CameronBuick F 1 A Godoy GodoyJames Godoy811Buick
06 811Buick Buick BuickBrush James M Place PlaceDr PII et
67 Brush BrushOverland qJ Dr D Percy Per y Hickling HicklingJ iiidki1n iiidki1n68Overland
68 68Overland Overland OverlandMaxrrell J A Nelson NelsonMrs X NelsonCims
69 Maxrrell MaxrrellPalmerSinger Mn cll Mrs Chas B Campbell C CtlnpbelI70PainterSinger CampbellHarry
70 70PainterSinger PalmerSinger PalmerSingerFord Harry A Kite KiteL Jilt Jiltil KiteL >
il Ford ord I IOverland L R McDonald McDonaldFred McDonald7iOcerland
72 7iOcerland Overland OverlandMaxwell o Fred Frc S Lincoln LincolnII Lincolni3Maxwell Lincoln78Maxwell
i3Maxwell Maxwell MaxwellFord II A Lewis LewisDr Lewis74k
74 Ford FordN Dr J T A J Flynn FlynnK rnn
75 Mitchell MitchellOverland i K P Barnes f fDr
76 N Overland OverlandBaker OTerJa d J Dr I 1 S McCohhell McCohhellJohn McCo McConhcllElectric 11
77 Baker Electric ElectricWayne John J 1m Bartrem BartremJohn Bartrem7S BartremJoint
7S Wayne WayneCadillac ayne John J olin R IL Wright WrightW Wright79Cadillac right right79CndIJlnc
79CndIJlnc Cadillac CadillacCadillac W V J Wells WellsDr Wells80Cadillac clls cllsDr
80Cadillac Cadillac CadillacWhite Dr A E Powell PowellE PowellSiWhite
SiWhite White WhiteWhite E S Mahony MahonyC Mahon f
82 White WhiteBrush 5V hlte C T Tfancc TfanccL rtnce
83 Brush BrushBrush L J WIIcox WIIcoxR 1 llcoxSl llcox llcoxSi
Sl Brush BrushE ruslI R 1 W 1 Nichols NicholsFrank icliols 1 1Jr
55 E M 1 F FMitchell Frank P May JfayS6
S6 55 Mitchell MitchellFord Bryant E Avcry AvcryW Tery Teryr
Ford FordFord W r S Friend FriendB
Ford FordFord B 1 G Taylor TaylorCharles raylorCharles
89 Ford FordStudebaker Charles W 1 Allen AllenL AlienftoStudebaker
ftoStudebaker O Studebaker StudebakerFranklin L F Johnson JohnsonCharles
91 Franklin Charles Y Pccklmm PccklmmCharges Peckliam92Washington
92 92Washington 7 Washington WashingtonWashington Charges F 1 < Ruppert RuppertCharles Ituppert93IVashtinglon
98 93IVashtinglon Washington WashingtonWashington Charles J Butler ButlerL Butler94Washington
94 94Washington Washington WashingtonWashington L y 11 Hcrrlman HcrrlmanLawrence JEerrlman91iWashington
9 91iWashington Washington WashingtonWashington Lawrence IJaw lwe Gasserheiracr GasserheiracrJoseph asscrhelmer96Washington
96 96Washington Washington WashingtonWashington Joseph Bcrberich BcrberichL Berherich91Yashington
91Yashington 97 Washington WashingtonOverland L T Levy LevyWilliam J J9S0Terland LevyOsOTerland
9S0Terland Overland OverlandBuick William M Kennedy KennedyHerbert Kennedyllerhtrt KennedyHerbert
Buick BuickAtlas Herbert T Shannon ShannonDr
100 Atlas AtlasMitchell 1r John Dunlop DunlopDr DunloplOlJlitcbell Dunlop101Mitebell
lOlJlitcbell Mitchell MitchellFord Dr E S Lothrop LothropvS
1o Ford FordFord < 011 vS S A WInsor WInsorCharles WinsorCharles insor
103 Ford FordMora Charles E Miller MillerJohn MillerJohn Miller104Mont
104Mont Mora John A Lutz
CLUB CLUBATES MATES HONOR HONORTU HONORTIMES
TU TIMES ES CUP WINNERS WINNERSBoard
Board of Managers at Y M MC MC MC
C A Extends Thanks to toMarathon toMarathon toMarathon
Marathon Runners RunnersThe
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The following letter has ha been seat to tooaeh toeach toeach
each member of the Young Mens Men Chris Christian Chrltl ChriaUsa ¬
Usa tl n Association As claUon distance dl tance team which whichwon whlehwon whichwon
won the team trophy in The Times TimesMarathon TtBlC8Marathop TImeSMarathop
Marathop last Saturday
Jun June 17 HX HXDsar 1DOO 1DOODear 1000Dear
Dear Mr MrI MrI MrI
I am directed by our board of man managers mana managers ¬
agers a ers to extend ext ntl to you the hearty heartythanks hoartythanks heartythanks
thanks of f the Young MeWs Christian ChristianAssociation Chri ChristianAssociatIon Uan UanAuoclaUon
Association for your part in the Wash Washington Wuhin WashInton ¬
in ington ton Times Marathon contest contestYour contestour
Your tour our name has been Inscribed i rlbec1 upon uponthe UPORlb uponthe
the lb minutes of the board of managers managersfor J1UL gers gerstor
for your loyal and faithful work workWith workWith workWith
With best wishes for your future suecees sue suecese sue tueC8lll
cees C8lll I am amYours amYOU aulYours
Yours YOU very sincerely sincerelyWILliIAM sincerelyWILLL sincerelyWILLIAM
WILLIAM WILLL KNOWXBS COOPER COOPBRGeneral COOPERGeneral COOPERGeneral
General Secretary
BLISTERS iLlolLno IIQTHR AN AND AlitloUILo AlitloUILoColumbia AND BOILS BOILSHANDICAP BOILSHANDAPOARSMEN Rflli Q
HANDICAP HANDAPOARSMEN HANDAPOARSMENColumbia OARSMEN OARSMENColumbia
Columbia and Cornell Crews CrewsSuffering CrewsSuffering CrewsSuffering
Suffering From Recent RecentHard RecentHard RecentS
S Hard Trials TrialsPOUGSKKBPSIE TrialsPOUGEIICEEPSIE TrialsiOUGEL5K2EPSull
iOUGEL5K2EPSull POUGSKKBPSIE N Y Juno17 Juno17The Juno 17 17Tho 11The
The hard work which the Cornell and andColumbia andCGlum andColumbia
Columbia CGlum la oarsmen are getting has ha de developed de8Ioped e evsIoped ¬
veloped a crop of bolls bon that causes the themen themen themen
men much pain and they are greatly greatlyhandicapped greatlyhandlcaP greatlyhandicapped
handicapped handlcaP M in handling the L1ooars oars BUst Blistered BUstored Bustered ¬
ered hands too are common Both Bothcrews Bothcrews Bothcrews
crews practiced yesterday yesterdayThe Y98terdayThe yesterdayThe
The Columbia oarsmen o rsmen wrre sent over overtho ovortho overtho
tho fourmile course course at a sharp sh rp clip clipbut cUpbut clipbut
but no attempt was made for a time timerow timerow timerow
row The tide was running out and the themen thomen themen
men covered the distance in a strong strongsteady Btrongsteady strongsteady
steady pull being coached by b Rice from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the launch launchi launchCoacb launchCoach
i Coach Courtney took the Ithacans Ithacansdown Ithaeansdown Ithacansdown
down stream foran for an eightmile row
Current Gossip of the Miff M MIttmen ftmen ftmenFrom men menFrom S
From Prominent Training Tr n ng Camps amps
J Joe aisssr kt in I PMtd PliIladpha iiihiav and endwants andwants JW1 JW1to
wants to JIIMt m t BWy Wy Willis w Johnny WK WKletts Wi1 Wi1letLs Willetta
letts or any other nghtwefght DPtw lgltt ia I that thatcity tatclt7 thatcity
cityJim city cityJim
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Jim n Savage avae the New Jersey Jer y middle middleweight mcWJ mcWJwpt middlewcight
weight b heat at Charley Mann at the theBrown theBtoWIt theBrown
Brown Athletic Club New York on onTuesday onTUfLY onTuesday
Tuesday night nightYoung nlhtYo I IC IYong
C
Young Yo g Erne of Phllatfolnhla PhllJ 101Iah1 wjto wjtowent wJtowent witowont
went west c aet to box Johnny Fmyn Fiayeseen has hasbeen hallbeen
been matched to box Low Powell Jfc JfcFrisco ili9 ili9Prtseo 1lieViiico
Frisco lightweight IIghtwel < < ht at the West WtC1 lafi lafiCIVb e4 e4Club
Club C1 there on June JuneSam JlQlesu II IISam
Sam su I aagford has huottercd offered to make 158 158poundsfor USpounds IISpounds
poundsfor pounds tor Stanley St ln1e Ketclwl Xotc 1tl and nsttt ll l1t
U the Jattr > letting IetUagiC Ketctlfelcome IC t tel 1iet eme mo In at atoat atgtordt atenCIrssit
oat enCIrssit twsiff sts Lungfordf gtordt will sail for forthis tortIt forthi
tIt this country on Saturday SaturdayIf
If Charley Ortf Griffin fln the Australian AustralianJtehier Allltrl Aetral1anflgbier lan lanJI
JI Jtehier 1Ii 81 beats Batting Httrlay in his hisi hi hiA5ht hisllaht
i fight at t the Fairmount Athletic Club on onFriday onrIdy onFriday
Friday night he will go to San Fran Frandisco FraneIIee Frandeco
disco to box at t Jim Coffroths club clubJack clubrack cubC cubJack
+ C
Jack Johnson boxed boxedthrQo throe rounds with withCLaorge withIorwe witha1ooreo
CLaorge Iorwe Byers By at the tll9Armory Armory Athletic AthleticClub Athletictlub Athletleub
Club ub Boston last at night Johnson took tookthingeasy tookthlnp tookthlngi55easy
thingeasy thlnp y and nd did not exert ex rt himself himselfbet himselfbut himselfbut
but he pleased the Boston sports with withthe witht111 withthe
the speed and cleverness = 1 he displayed
StUJLTiPEISTi StUJLTiPEISTiWILL PENN STAR STARWILL STARWILL
WILL 10TTUI NOT TURN PRO PROPeer PROPeer PROPeer
Peer of College Pitchers De Decides DeI Decides Dccides ¬ I
cides to Finish Course Courseat
at a t School SchoolPHILADELPHIA SchoolPBILADELPHIA SchoolS
S PHILADELPHIA Jime Jtinehuttz 17 17Tootl 17Tootlbultz TootB TootBShultz
Shultz bultz the t e acknowledged aeknbwlfld acknbwleded ed peer of this tM3n thisReasons thiseasOn5s
Reasons easOn5s n college twirlers has undoubted undoubtedediybeen undoubted5dly
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