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F Cornell Cornell Com Corni issiooers sers and Petwortl1 in DoubleHeader T TodayLPhipps oday Phipps Case Today
Leaders Play In Closing Games for District Title TitlePlayer TitlePlayerPhipps TitlePlayerPhipps Player PlayerPhipps
Phipps Case Comes Up Today TodayNe1vs News and and Gos Gossip Gost Gossip Gossip ¬
sip of Players
One of e the tJ largest nooda xuw ta iIItM iIItMSOlI the theson t a ason
son I Is looked IoebIIpa far t today when wb Per Perparticipates Petworth PetworthparticIat
participates pa particIat with the t tand OannnlBaioners OannnlBaionersanrt 0 Md Mdand
and Cornell Company C r ny in a aat doublu header headerat
at the Capital City Park at 2 oclock oclockShould ocIodtShould ocIodLShould
Should Petworth succeed uc te winning winningeither winIIbIgeither iwiI iwiIe1her
either game the tie for the hotter ta laSection taSectJoa taSectica
Section A between 1 Cornell Company Companyand Compn7and 1 1and
and the Cummissluners c Len g will be broken brokenwill brokenIn 1 1In
In the eveat ev tbat either ther 0 o the UiIIMS I IW1ich
W1ich aft tied obonig JMe I another pntej game gamewill
will probably be played p1ay as the Commis Commissioners CoImaI81 Comm Commaloners ¬
sioners and Cornell Company have ye a apostponed apoetixned
postponed game aeIt gameIt ame ameIt
It is i not at all Improbable that the two twoleaden twowill twoleaders
leaden will have their game tomorrow torrowbecauie tomorrowbecause i
because there te every indie Jaldl Jdlendoa Oom that thatPetworth thatPetwortk thatPetworth
Petworth will be vnaM to rot a ateam strong strongteam M100gteam
team in the games today The beaoa beaoaor Question Questionof qesdouiof
of supremacy win be settled etde hi the next nextfew JteXtfew nextT
T few days daysThe da7sThe daysThe
The New York awl a Pnttadetpbta PID PhIta j etphia pa pathe papers jmpers
pers aneonace a that tIIe1nK te st PJDIIS gaenthe of ofthe
the intercity series would b De piay JIayeIl ayed d n nPhiladelphia jn jnPblladelphla inPhfladeipda
Philadelphia whoa Washington W WNew and andNew andNew
New York will meet me the Quakers QuakerIJSeptember on onSeptember onSeptembm
September If The next battle will be be27th beIn beIn
In Nfw ew Y York k OR the 27th 1 tk and OR the the24th tho24th the24th
24th the Philadelphia Pb a and New York Yorkteams Yot1ttemil Yorkteams
teams will play here hereIt hereIt hereIt
It has b been noticed that a large gath gathering gathering gathering ¬
ering of fans is getting ready to ac accompany accomp accompany ¬
comp company ny the team to Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBesides PIIAphIaBeeldes PisUa4eipkina
F Besides the double doaDlehe8der hoader at atCity Capital CapitalCity camIta1City
City Park other sames will be played playedby pIay pIayby piayedby
by the th amateurs of C the city Ninth Ninthwinners Ntnthw1xues Ttnthwlnnes
winners of the pennant la the Sunday SundaySchoo SaIIdrSchoo SundaySchoo
Schoo League will play the eLodge CohmtUa CohmtUaLodge CotuimsbaLodge
Lodge of Machinists chtniets No lIT 7 of Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ThfladeIpia ¬
delphia at Bennlng The Washington WashingtonHerald WlUlhblstoHerald Wnzhintoak
k Herald will play pia two games mee at Falls FallsChurch FaDs0hurclL FallscMurcim
Church At Washington W OD Grove the team teamfrom t tfrom teomfrom
from that place win play pIlL Garrett Park Parkfor Parktor Parkfot
for the championship oC Montgomery Montgomerycounty MoRtgomerycOUDty Montgomerycounty
county countyTbe cOUDtyThe countyThe
The outcome of today gathering of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Amateur Commission C in the matter matterof maU maUor matterof
of eligibility of Howard Phipps of the theCornell theCornell theCornell
Cornell team will be watched for byj by byeveryJoyal b bever
every everyJoyal ever loyal rooter who ever attended ed an anamateur anamateur anamateur
amateur game is Washington While Whileit IeIt WhileIt
it hardly seems fair to say that there thereIs thereis i iis
is something Dg wrong m In the t e handling HWnt of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the amateurs te this city the manner mannerin JIUUUIerIn mannerIn
in which tbe aforementioned protest has asbeen hasbeen i ibeen
been juggled j 1ed seems to leave a B a question questionsomewhere questionsomewhere
somewhere that no one is able to toanswer toanswer toanswer I
answer When WbeJ1be the first protest was pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented against Phipps PJ pp a few weeks ago agoIt j
it was claimed claimedble tltat be was made elilI
ble on the Coi Coithree Cornell team by reuotl ot otree o othree
three ree forfeited games which were werescheduled werefcheduJed weretcheduled
scheduled to be played on onAugast August 2 S Sand S Sand 8and
and 10 but when it was conclusively conclusivelyproven conclu conclusivelyproven ively ivelyproven
proven by Managers Jones J of Petworth Petworthand Petworthand
and Love Lev of Ninth that Phipps played
la the Sunday School League on August A Aand Augustand
2 and was was therefore thereto not present ea at
Capital eapit 01 City Park on that day a a few fewwise fewise fewwise
wise ise heads got t together and at the themeeting them theneeting
meeting m tfng of the commission last Friday Fridayevening FridaynJng uildaycening
evening nJng it was stated that the date of
A August ugust 2 was wa erroneously published pubU lhed
that instead it should have been August Augustf
f IiI 1 and 15 Ii It is true that Cornell Corn 1I had badam hadgtmes hadgme5
gtmes am s forfeited to t It on the last three threeays
das ays mentioned but at the same time timethe tImEtthe timet
the t he amateur commission couun has today been beenfurnished beenfurnished
furnished with an affidavit to the effect effectthat e effect1at ect ect13t
that the said Phipps Phi was nowhere near nearCTanital near4ipital neorapftal
CTanital 4ipital Cftv CIty f Park > rtr mi 011 August AiutKrt 1A 18 10 Xn Xnj but m mTfad Inia4
j = ieaa Tfad was on tile bench of the Ninth llnthh
Street Church team in the Sunday SundaychooI
School chooI h l lstrHts League at Thirteenth and D Dstreets Dtreets
streets northeast that afternoon at 515 515o i15o
o clock and remained there throughout throughoutthe th ut uttbt
the game gameWhy gameW gameWhy
Why W y all this fuss over the inettgij lDeHP
tiTity tTit of a player when Rule 9 of the theamateur theamatEUr theamateur
amateur commission COftIn DD fails to state that thatany thatRJY thataiy
any player can be made eligible through throughthe throughth
the th medium of forfeited games but on ontlio ont
t tlio other < hand states that a player most mostparticrpate DIU8tpartictpate mustpartictpnte
particrpate to become eligible and andrnust aDdt1
rnust t1 tst so participate in five games When Wbeasked Whena Whenasked
asked a sked to define the word participate pardeipateand participateand participatearid
and say sa whether or not it was intended lateadedtbJt intendedthat intendedvas
that a player in uniform when a game PJDeTas gameras
vas forfeited would be termed a par participating porticipatlng ¬
ticipating player t t is understood that thatQuestion thatquestion thatqiestion
Question was laid on the ice and melted meltedWithout meltedflthout meltedthut
Without thut an answer answerMany 1iUIIi1IrerVany answerMany
answera a
Many are wondering how it will be bepossible beposlble
possible for f Carl7 Curly Brown AT Handi Handiboe HaadICy Handiboo
boo Cy McDonald and Johnnie SaP Salbto Saibjn > I
to p JOItjpa participate in CornelTs game gan today todayrheuld today1Euld todayrheuM
rheuM they arrive from GoMsboro in intime intime
time as the names of these four play players layus players ¬
ers were striken from the lists of the theCapital thoCapital theCapital
Capital CIty League and their releases releaseshanded releiiuleranded
handed 1 arided to the amateur commission commissionwhen CC cosnmlsonwhen Blnn Blnnhen
when hen the men left the local sand lots lotst Jotsto iotatn
t to join tbe profestonals several EOII months monthsago mootbsago mouthsago
ago The Cornell team was compelled compelledto
to t release e the ftoor l ar men and did so soaccording 80nccordlD soaccording
according < to a member of the board of ofmanagers 9fmanagers ofTrianageta >
managers of the Capital City League i
l L From the Gridiion GridironThe II IITbe
The Harvard squad will train at a Fra FraEfer Fragfers
Efer Efers s Island Me the home oC Dr S ST So ST i iJr
Jr T Biodgett an old alumnus The team teamwill teemwill
will 1 m tram on a special diet which is be being bej being ¬
ing ing prepared by the doctor which is iswarranted Isurr1eted I Iarr
warranted ted to cure intestinal IDte tiDal troubles troubleswhich troublesvhich
which football candidates always tNtIWesI en eDCQunter encourter i icounter
counter at the beginning of oCM1IiCdcc practice sacdcc sacdcca i iIt
a I IIt
It is said that Cornell and Syracuse SyracuseR
R II patch up their tllelrdUrences differences aDd that 1iIata tba tbaa thata 1
a game will be played JIIa7 between these thesef ueO th tht
f t o colleges eII next year yes ear The football footbaHteams footballteams I
teams have nt net met since BM and it itRfcKid Itwtld I
1 RfcKid lJd be e a sood g move ve If they set to together te together ¬ J Jb
gether b th r agate agatePennsylvania againPnnaylvania
Pennsylvania P nn ylvania wBI have to work workto hard hardto hardtA
to beat Michigan this year W The Wol Wolverines WoI1 WoI1erin Wolerines
verines erin are making extraordinary eXU2Ordinar rf rfi eCforts efforts
forts to WIll thin year and II in PG IIiIIIe1hat poeMbiahat
i 1hat hat Pennsylvania will again soffet uftfer er de defeat de dofeat ¬ i
feat ft > at at the hands of the Western W WCaptaiii men menCaptara menb
b a aCaptais I
Captara McKay of Brown Bro has 1 ar arrived IUrhed errived ¬
rived at ProvMeace P6v and 11III15 Is preparing p fw fwfht tortt forfirst
fht first regular ft practice of the team teamHalfback tean1la
Halfback 1la 1Tha k Altdorfer sends word from his bisearly Wl10ne hisLcrne
l10ne iT A Akron kroa that Ie be will be on hand IaanfEaTlJ handearly
early > nd d assurances r have ba e been re received reI reIceived xsccved ¬
ceived from the others that they will wiaarrive willarrive
arrive arrlen In n time t tpractice tv lx take partin part in tile dint dintpractice I Ictl
practice practiceAmnerst ctl
+ 4 4Amherst
Amherst will have 2ye a late 1at start this thisFc thisE thiseon
Fc E eon on The schedule is not 1rge horgeai an1 an1rill anlwill I Iwi1i
will rill include iGc1 de few fe big games mes The team teamill teomw
w ill be practically pra < tcal1y the th fame af a last year yearand yeorand elLr elLrand I
and ought to make a big showing showingA
A new team on the Yile 1 1e = schedule scheel is isandeTNil
Vanderbiii Iniverslty lr versity a Southern South M1 tati tatitution hemtiutiOfl J
tution The latter latt r team played against againstPiinet t I
Piinet PI inetn n last far ar and will also als tackle tacklesome tacklesome I
some o of e1 < io f best t ttairs in the East and andCentral andCentral
Central Sates Sat this thi year yearCoach y yearCoacI ar arCoaclot I
Coach Longman of Notre otre Dame is issatisfied isatisflei i
satisfied vth th h the material he b has sow sowon ov ovIn owon
on ham n1 thrks h mks ks that he w will ill dupls duplsca duplicate
ca cate e last years performance Lest Ltstears Lnstyears Lestvears
years ears eleven defeated every big te teom teomin un unin U U1n
in the conferepce COftfer and claim claImed c the t titl title >
WL w WLPct WLPctCornell L Pet PetCornell PctCorocl1
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Anntfc YlnthS Inihs S S I L L s 3 z 400 400Petrrorlli 400Petorfh 400Pctworjh
I Petrrorlli Sub L 1 0 3 000 OOOGames 000I 000Games
Games Today TojlayPetworth Ttu1ayPrtnorth TodayPetworth
Petworth TJU v vs CommltBlonexb and andPetworth nndPetuorth nullPeuorth
Petworth vs 8 a Cornell Company at
CapHal City Park air Bettn m mplrc nm urnplrv
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TVi L Pet PctAm PetAm PetAm
Am Security Bank L I 7 0 3 7000 7000Twhdug 1000Twining OOO OOOTtvlsinc
Twining Inu L L 5 3 3licralil g 82r 82rI1erahl 5 5Herald
Herald Com I L 2 3 i AOO AOOAdu 400Adunui oo ooAdums
Adums Adu IL II JR L 1 2 4 333 13
Columbia Colwn1Jln701 101 Ncr nr t L I 0 6 000 OOOI 000Game 000Game
I Game Today TodayXo TOdayXo TodayNo
Xo ame ame scheduled scheduledSL seheduledb
b Wder odor that the team roster BlIght De
filed 11ft with the names or other piq
SL en to iff6 take J1 the places ol ° the departed
lads L rnte eJt It Is tfcer tJmsi names havebeen base e been
I legtetsred with the eommteslon Ioa and nd they theybut
etbaPs have bees aeceptecl as eligible
but the question arises as to whether whetherthe
or net they were Done Ade members oC
the Cornell team lee at the time their t1Mkwue
naw names e were handed to the saw nomads
eton August 35 It looks as though they they
were MX MXThe JtOtThe ne neThe
The Petworth dub champions of the
Suburban League and now the occu occuplUJUi Occupants
pants of the cellar eeIJarin in Section A have
been materially weakened since the thechampionship thechampionship
championship series opened o owing > ring to the theabsence =
absence of Bernie Gallagher GI their theirpremier tbetrpremier theirpremier
premier slabman who virtually won the thepennant thepennant thepennant
pennant for Manager Jones and Bialy
Bouate OMeil the man who backed backedup backedup hackedup
up Gallagher all season Man Manager >
Jones however te quite optimfe optimfenevertheless optimistic opttmlsUenevert optimisticnevertheless
nevertheless ele and says that he te In
hope that Bemie at least will show showup sIIowup showup
up at Capital CJtjr CJU t7 Park in time for one oneof ODeo oneor
of o the games today todayFor todayFor todaya todayFor
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For the first time in its history the
Twining dub of tile Independence
League has been accused of quitting ooQ1lktIDgwbeD quittingwhen qukttngwhen
when that formidable tribe failed to tomuster tomuster tomuster
muster nine men on Saturday and andthereby andthereby andthereby
thereby forfeited to the UteBl1nlrers Bankers It has hasleaked basleaked baaleaked
leaked out o t however that other under undercurrents uDdercwrents undercurrents ¬
currents were the causes es of Twining TwlnlngDOAappearance Twiningsnonappearance s snonappearance
nonappearance as several of the so socalled 80I socalled
called stars were enticed e tieed away to play playwith playwith
with Gaithersburg GaithersburgI Geithersburga
I The Herald team winners of the theCommercial tlaeCommerdal theCommercial
Commercial circuit are rigged out with withthe withthe withthe
the most varied assortment of o uniforms uniformsever uDll uDllever uniformsever
ever seen or a local smi ata lot Jot such ucbclubs machclubs
I clubs as Fredericksburg Olympic Olympia011es
Olives and others of less renown are arerepresented arerepre arerepresented
represented repre eated while there are but two tworeal tworeal tworeal
real Herald uniforms wore It te IecI stag stagsell suggested
gested ecI that the Newsies get busy basyeMi amid amidsell
sell a few extra papers before next nextseason ne neseason
season rolls around in eMi eMifADS order der that = the tbefans thefans
fans may know Just who is tewhen playing pIalagwhen playingwhen
when the Herald team is anno annoSizing announced auDOUDeedSizing announceda announcedSizing
+ a
Sizing up the American Security and andTrust aadTrust andTrust
Trust Company team winners of the thepennant thepeJmDt thepennant
pennant in the Bankers League Lea ADd the theunbeaten theunbeatell theunbeaten
unbeaten champions of Section B it itmay Itma Itmay
may ma be safely said that whoever be betheir bethetr betheir
their opponents oppoDen for the District title titlethe titlethe titlethe
the Trust boys will give them a hard hardrun hardran hsrdrun
run The cash boys are a heavy hitting hittingband hltUogbIuId hittingband
band and exceptionally fast on the thebases KtIJtute8 thebases
bases and they nave every hope hopedespite ee hopeqJspite
despite e p1te the fact that they have but one onedependable ODedepen onedeab1e
dependable depen bIe pitcher Shag Shs Bawltngs Bawltngstbat Rawl Rawlthit Bawilagsthat
that the team will be Ute one that thatJourneys thatjourneys thatJourneys
Journeys to New York and PhlJa Philadelphia Philadelphiato elpbl elpblto
to represent Washington Washingtonthe
As 11B expre expresslonoC slon or their sympathy
the Bankers are wearing a black band bandon baHon bandon
on their left sleevelets in memory of the therecent thereeeat therecent
recent death of their teammate telllmatty Court Courtney Courtney Courtney ¬
ney Taggart TaggartTbe Ta TaggartThe rt rtThe
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The Agricultural team teen of the Depart Departmental Departmeatal Departmental ¬
mental League recently lost their real realpromoter realpromoter reolpromoter
promoter Col S R R Burch late ate1ldef ate1ldefclerk chief chiefd chiefclerk
d clerk rk Of r that department who w O passed passedaway puMdaway passedaway
away a week ago The colonel was an anenthusiastic ancutlJas ancuthus4estic
enthusiastic 8t1c fan and through thro h his un untiring ianthing n ntiring ¬
tiring efforts the Farmers have main maintained malntJDed maintallIed ¬
tallIed one of the fastest ban teams hi hithe mt1te Inthe
the District for or the past seven rears Vyearwcopptag years yearscopping
copping the pennant pennant in MB7 I5 and aDd JtIJt JtIJtSo I Iso W WSo
I So loyal Ioyalto to to the cause e of amateur ball ballwas ballwas ballwas
was the colonel co onet that last year seeing seeingthat seeingthat
that the department bad a superfluous superfluousnumber superftuoasDumber superfluousnumber
lthat number of sphere tooocrs te he backed a asecond asecond asecond
second team team called the Aggies aad aada aada anda
a franchise was secured for the younger youngerset YOUQgerIIet youngerset
set in the Independence League where wheretheir wheretJtey wherethey
they aJ o won the eovet eovetpd rag w wtbeir while whiletheir
their brothers copped ed the honors in the theJL tbelepartJDentaL theDepartmental
JL Departmental > epartn > entaL Colonel Batch was high highly ftllhrespected ¬
ly 1 respected by b everyone e UOIte and his A ab absence aIHIIee absemace ¬
sence from Ute White Lot next summer summeri summerwHI
lwlll i wfll be noticeable
I I Field and Track TrackThe I
The date for the annual iaaoor iD oor chant charaptonehipe cbaraI chantpiousbipe
I ptonehipe plot tips of the Amateur Autdeur Athletic Union UnMahas Unionhas Unionbaa
has been set for October 91 and will be beheld bebekl beheld
held at the Madison 1 Square Garden GardenThe G GardenThe nlea nleaThe
The meet will last two days and will willinclude willlnchMie willinclude
include Junior and senior events eventsGeorge eVeRtsG19 eventsGeerg
George G19 Geerg Underwood is being hl backed backedby a backedby k k1ty
by many o of the big athletes in his cam campaign camI cernpeigs ¬
I paign for handicapper of the MetropoM MetropoMton Metropoilloft etropoH etropoHI
I ton district He is said to have enough enoughvotes e evvM8 enoubieisa
votes at his command at the present presenttime presenttime
I time to assure him the Job Tom OBrien OBriente
Is also confident however and a marry marrynght
i light Is assured assuredSMeppard as uredI aseuredSheppard
I Sheppard cl returned retu te New York from
Chicago Cb o with a large silver cup which W cl1
he won in his race against Richards last
Sunday Mel Is in good shape and Is teready IsI Isready
ready to run the race of his life in the
I halfnine event at the championships championshipsThe
The IrishAmerican Irl track team Is
happy and with good reason All of the theand
stars have regained their former form
and speed and they figure e on onvay winning
every track event on September ember MiThS 10 10 The Theathlete
latest athlete who showed nhew that he was wasqmtttermuer was11ft
11ft hi JtIII old form in Yank RoI Bobbins die dieI thequartermfler
I qmtttermuer q1ILter qmtttermuerTow r rr
4 4Tela 4 4Tom
Tow Fogarty of the Mofcawke taok InokI
I like a winner te the fiftysix pound poundweight poundwht
I weight event eve t as he has equaled ad aadX andat
I at tI bettered the record fa faHJs practJo practJoHIs X fcC ic
HIs rapid deTelopfpcnl 611 1 wI ipeat has been he hesensation hesensation
sensation of the season seasonThere sessenThere
There is small dovttt but that t Jim
> BoseabeTTer Bose wm m be the nest national nationalquartermile DatIoAalquartermlle niomquarterudie
quartermile stIle fltJeJlolder holder He H j Is running runningtton ltUMIIIaclolJe reaila reailacloe
clolJe te now aDd Ia actual eoMpett eoMpetttloo coeapsijtinu
tton should do even better than thin thtegreat UtIBgreat thingreattIme
great greattIme time timeMany timeany I IMany
Many any collegians col ns will willenter enter the Barnes Barnesof gamesof Une8 Une8of
of the New York A A C which will be beheld behed behed
hed on September 24 t at Travers Trax TraxAU Islar larj larjAn J JAll
All of t1e ie Canadian champions clI have also aJIjopomi8ed ninejtomined j jpromised
promised to enter and it is quite qIlteI qujt poast poastMe posothis
I Me that some of the Western stars on ontheir oni on44ieir
i heir their way to the JKatlonal NaC Xatonal al Championship Championshipmeet Cb
i meet will come to t Xew ew York to race race
H W V Genster of Baltimore BaltimoreSets BaltimoreI BaltimoreSets
1 Sets New Mark In InShotput InI InShotput
I It
t I Shotput ShotputWASHIKGTOIC ShotputI ShotputASHINGTON ShotputWASHINGTON
The Tb eighth athletic meet at Wash Washington Wakimgton VaekIBgtoaGreve ¬
ington IBgtoaGreve Grove started oft under the themost theHMNJt themost
most favorable circumstances circumstancesThe
The bright 8r 1ht sunshine did much to tobring tobrl tobring
bring brl the crowds out from Washing Washington ¬
ton Baltimore and places near by byMore by1IIont byMore
More than 2 eO o people from Washing Washington ¬
ton came un m the first train Every Everyl Everybody
l body ody wa wag out with the true holiday holidayspirit holidaySplrlt holidayspirit
spirit with the full ull intention Int ntioR to en enjoy enjoT enJoy ¬
joy themselves te the full fullThe tullJIte fullThe
The officials started the events eyen ts off offOR 0 0OR offen <
OR scheduled Mm tlm8 Usia a which IVB was J prompt promptly tromptIT promptIT ¬
IT at leat leatTbe lCatTIM 1C3 1C3Tbs
TIM first to be run off was 8 the the75yard tlteird theT5yard
75yard ird novice vice dash da h which had nine nineentries nineeIItrle nineentries
entries J and was run r n off 0 In three threeheats threeI threeheats
heats beat While the 75yard 7 Yllrd dash being belncrun bet betran beingrun
I run the running high Jump and snot snotpat shotput 1 1put
put wa was going l0 JI on Next en the pro program proI proIgrII1 progran ¬
gram was U the l IHyard yard dash dashOn d dashOn dI dIOft
On account of the large entry list listIn Jistla listIn
In this event it was run oK In Aye nveheats Ayeheau liveheats
heats heatsBoth heauBoth C CBoth
Both the 75 and the 106 yard dashes dasheswere cI sIIewere dasheswere
were closet ycontested and In soy several MVerl soyoral ¬
oral of the heats its was hard to de decide tea doride ¬
a ride which was the winner winnerTbe winnerThe winnerThe
The mile lie run was the Ms big feature te tlire of ofthe orthe ofthe
the morning program the runners be being MIng bemg ¬
ing loudly oudJ cheered eh ere4 by their friends
This race was won by W V G Howard Howardof
of the Cross Country Club of Bald Baltimore BltlmOle Baldmore ¬
more The next en the program pr r1ft wai waithe wathe SJ
the ivtyaxd hurdles hurdlesIn hurcfIala hurdlesIn I
In the 13pound shot pet H H W V Gen Genster 0enstem ¬
ster of the Baltimore Athletic Clib Clibbroke Cbbboke Clbbroke GenI
broke the record by It throwing throwin 44 feet S
inches but he had too much handicap handicapand banelteaplad handicapand I
and did not qualify Summaries Summaries75yard Sammariate7ard Summaries5yard
i 75yard cash for novices noviftSWon Won by H HA H HA HA
A Gill of Fifth Regiment A A A B B BBerry n nBerry BBerry
Berry of o Washington Waahl ttoa second O H HSounders H1IJI HSaunders
I Sounders ers of P P C third Time Timezeconds U UlIecoDCla 3 3seconds
seconds zecondsJO
JO i > yard dash dasbVon Won by W C C Bath Rathbone RatIIboDe Bathbone
bone of Washington Grove A A A C A AKing A AKIJag AKing
King Washington WaR Grove A A A A second secondy 5eeoIMtor secondF
y or A A Senft McCutkMisn A A C third thirdTime tbtrdTime thir thirTime
Time IS seconds secondsOne dsOne secondsOne
One mile mileWon Won by W G Howard HowardCross HoWlUllCro HowardCross
Cross Country Club C C A A Rogers Ro Fifth FifthRegiment PtfthR FifthRegiment
Regiment R t second E A A Gefiar Fifth FifthRegiment FifthRegiment t tR
Regiment R t third Time 4 minutes mlDut 41 X9 X9seconds WRCODds 2 2seconds
seconds secondsX4yard RCODdslooyard
X4yard 1 hurdle hurdleWon Won by M J B Me MeDonouch XeTJODOugb Merienough
Donouch of Cross Country Club W A AFreeberger A AOreeberger AFreeberger
Freeberger Cross s Country Club second secondR HCODdR
R R B Fetterson F tteTSOn unattached thhd thhdTin thtnlTime thtrdTime
Tin Time > e 11 seconds secondsoiirrrno 1eCOndsIGOTHAM secondsGOTHAM
NEW NE1I YORK Sept i iWIth With a rumble rumbleand rumWeI rumbleaist
and a crash ninety feet of the Speedway Speedwayfell Speedwayfelt I Ifell
I fell Into the Harlem river yesterday yesterdayafieraeoa ye yesterdayfternoo II
afieraeoa fternoo A few hours later a a aceIIpee similar similarcoHanee 3lmH 3lmHcollapse
collapse took place in another section sectionr sectionof i
r of the Speedway above 17 liitk th street streetwhich streetIch Streetwhich
which Ich is now inaccessible to those ap apS ap approacldTg
S preaching it from the south southj southHad
j I Had the morning been clear Instead Insteadof lateadi
i of r rainy many lives would have been en endangered entluten endangered ¬
dangered for the th e cavein happened Just Justat Justat justat
at the hour when th tha thousands of spec spectators spectatons spectotor ¬
tators of the trotting matc matches es wotrtd be bei
i I on their way to view them for it Is thisstde this thisof thisside
side ot Ute drIveway that the majority majorityof
of the horseloving bon public make use of ofta ofin ofin
in order to reach the stretch whero the theraces theraces theraces
races are held heldThree heldThree heldThree
Three years ago UGiOOI 57006 was voted by bythe
the board of estimate to repair the tbeSpeedway theSpeectw theSpeedway
Speedway Speectw but up to date no noDIem improve improvement rnproyemeat ¬
DIem has been made as regards those thoseparts e
I parts of the driveway built upon crib cribwork erlbXor cribwork
work workXor workNor
II Xor was this thlsaIL all aIL Another section of ofthe orretaJ otthe
the retaining retaJ wall about 150 feet In talength InJe inlength
length Je gth collapsed at 633 yesterday even evening evenlug
I lug This Th section is to be round KISt puetnorth puntnorth
north of Washington bridge at 131st 131ststreet 1SL Inst1 Inst1street t tI
street In this case as in the other uaert
j I I t It was the east e sidewalk and not the theroadway tlIeI theroadway
roadway rooillcha that sank nklnlo into the river With Withthe VItI VItIthe
I the sidewtlk sicI k went the judges stand standThte staD4LThis stan stanThin
This latest Ja 28t collapse e was as discovered by hYI
Lieutenant Lieut nt Dwyer D yer of Harbor Squad B Bwho Bwho Bwho
who was patrollng the he river rl er in a police policelaunch polleeJauneb policelaunch
launch Polictraen have been stationed stationedall
all along the line of the cavein to warn warnpedestrians warnpedestrians
i pedestrians pede triDs and the thedrhers drivers of vehicles vehiclesi vebldesi vehiclesDISTRICT
Washington Players Defeat Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk
folk Guests In Five Out of ofEight ofEight i iEight
Eight Matches MatchesPlay llatch llatchPIa MatchesPla
Play PIa was begun this morning on the theChevy theC theChevy
Chevy C Chase Club courts In the inter intercity interelty Intercity ¬
city tennis matches between Washing Washington Washlntoft Washington
ton aDd Norfolk The contests were wereclose werlt werltcl werJclose
close cl e and the Washington men were werehard werehar41 werehard
hard put to o how their own in Inmorning the themorning
morning JBOrDi f games gamesWashington gamesI I
I Washington won five out of eight sin sinsles i
den matches matchesThe matchesThe I
djk The first match tch was as that in which whichMoorehcad whichI whichXoorebead whichMoorehead
Moorehcad of Washington YK 5bln oD beat Reed Reedof Reedof
of f Norfolk N rfolk by 6 63 63jD5ton 3 6 6Wiunton 2 2Winston
Winston jD5ton of Norfolk forced Connie B B
Doyle of Washington to t go the limit
to beat him in their first set Doyle win winning winnlng ¬ I IIt
ning it 9 17 17FoIlo 17FolIowinrr 7 7Koltowfcu
Koltowfcu FoIlo are ar the scores scoresMoorenead scoresW scores3loarobead
Moorenead W Washington hIngton boat Reed
c3 to 3 C Gt GtConnie 1 2 2Connie
Connie Doyle Washington beat Win Winsten Winston ¬ I
ston s IIL 9 7 7 6 GS 6S S 6 3 3Er 3Et
Er F Gee Ge Washington beat Walter 1 1TaYlor I
Taylor C 4 4 f 1 14 64 64Cake SICake I II
Cake e Washington boat Angler 7 7H 7H
I H JE It Doyle Washington boot White
head T il 11 L 62 62Count 6 6Count
Count Adiiosta Norfolk beat Spencer
Gordaa 52 9 9 9McIntoelx 7 7Mclmosh
Mclmosh Norfolk beat Al Howard HowardJ I
5 C Cs 1
J S s Taylor Norfolk Xorfolk beat b W B Iz IzBUY Inzen
Znl zen 5e S 6 6BUY 5 5BUY
I It has been announced that the theBritish UteBritlh theBritish
British war office has decided to pur purchase purchase
chase leoetO American horses and andmules 8JW1aalec andmules
mules during the next six months A Arepresentative Arepre Arepresentative
representative repre entatlve of the British govern goxerament governmeat
meat now in this country investigat investigating InvestfgatInl InvestigatIn ¬
ing In niarket conditions is quoted as assayiug assaylug assayitig
sayiug that at least that number of ofanimals ofaahaa1s ofanimals
animals would be purchased for the theuse theuse
i use of tbe British artillery and mount mounted mounted ¬
ed Inf Infantry Ntry forces in India and anJl South
Africa The horses will be secured in
the Middle West and the only effect
that the big foreign order may have haveon baveon haveOn
on the local market will be to further J
Increase lncreasethe the already high prices
Coach Has Been Secured Securedand Secutednd Securedand
and nd Early Practice Is IsArranged IsAIranged IsArranged
Arranged ArrangedIt
It has been definitely settled that thatGoerge tlta tltaG thatGeorge
George G 8 Washington University wfll wfllhave wflle willhave
have e a football team this falL faJLRumor falLRUIWOr falLRumor
Rumor had It that the university universitywould unlvor31tyweald universitywould
would be unable to maintain a team teamthis teamthis teamthis
this season and that sports were w re in ina IRcbaotle ina
a chaotic condition Manager Hailer Hallerof HaUerthe Hailerof
of the football f tlMIu squad Is the authority authorityfor atttJtorltyfor authorityfor
for the statement that t t this fall t u will willfind winand willIbid
find one of the best teams that has hasever ha8eYer hasever
ever represented the university All Allforces Allf Allforees
forces f are re rallying to support the or organlautlun r rbDbwUen j jganixtteu
ganixtteu and Indication IcdJcalI JUl point to toenerOus towanl toward
ward a geDeI generOus enerOus ta8 following tC wh when n the thecall thecall thecall
call comes for September IK IKPaul IiPaul 18Paul
Paul MagofTin has been signed as asconch ascoacb ascoach
conch and eI already preparations are arebeing areDelag arebelng
being made ade and d a campaign outlined outlinedas
as to the probable candidates for the thei theteam theteean
i team toamThe
The board of trustees of the nfl university unlveralty nflversity ¬
versity and d the alumni have promised promisedsubstantial prembedubstanUal promisedsub
substantial sub tantlal aid and have already done donemuch donemaeh dosemuch
much ta encouraging Manager Haller HallerMembers HallerKbers HailerMembers
Members of the alumni have come for forward forward j
ward with financial aid during the thesummer theaumer thesummer
summer and the manager is whipping whippingthat I
things Into shape for an early earlyProt ptarL I IProf
Prot Ernest b at present ktlng I Ibond
bond of atblet athletlep but t It 18 understood uadenJtooclthat I Ithat
that he will give wy to Prof Mamma Mnmmaof Mammaor I Iof
of the law 1 W school who has been beenprominently IteeapromlnentlT beenprominently
prominently Identified with athletics athleticsat atbleU atbleUWH I Iat
at Harvard HarvardmE HarvardWHERE
Mack Once Played With WithHartford WithHartfordOther WithHartfordOther
Hartford HartfordOther Other Graduates GraduatesFrom GraduatesFrom GraduatesFrom
From Eastern League LeaguePhifedelpMa LeagueIJ LeagueTiara
IJ are eel a a few playes players en tile tilePIItli1ll1 UsePhIladelpMa
PhifedelpMa PIItli1ll1 American League gue club who whohave wItobaTe wisehave
have seen service ta the Kaetern KaeternLeague 1a teraLeepe ZasteraLeague
League Connie Mack the manager JMLser of ofthe rthe ofthe
the White Klephonts used to play with withHartford wItIaHartford withHartford
Hartford m 1S86 but t few of the present tdJur presentdy presentday
day fans think that Hartford then was WIUIIa wasin J
hi the Eastern Xa League or O that the Pat PatPowers PatPowers PatPowers
Powers organization t1oo existed prior to to1SK toJW toCapt
1SK 1SKCant
Cant Capt Harry Davis D Tis played with Provi Providence Prcmfoe Providoses ¬
doses for two twosoDS seasons under er BiHv Mur Murray Murray Mmray
ray and Catcher Jack ack Lapp 7 7experience had hadexpeneee some someexperience
experience in Newark under UDdJoe Joe McGra McGramty KeGlRnlty McGhaally
ally Lapp however was a farmhand farmhandwhen farm farmhen farmhandwhen
< when hen he drew his salary from the Iron IronMan IrcmXan ironMan
Man Connie discovered the youngster youngsterm I Ihi
m In the outlaw Atlantic League L e and also ateothen aI80theft alsoUsen
then got a line on Frank Baker BakerOf flakeOf I
1 Of Macks Karit pitchers Eddie P1ankJack PlankJack Plank irf irfJack
Jack Coot came from college collegeChief collegesChIeF
Chief Bender from the Harrisburg A AC AC I II
IOOChIel I C C Harry Krause from a university of oflearning ofJeandag oflearning
learning in California Cy Morgan from fromthe ttflftthe i
the New England League be he was in the tbeDygert theEastern
I Eastern for a short time and Jimmy JimmyDyget I IDy
Dygert Dy and Tommy Atkins from the theSouthern theSouthern i iI
I Southern Paddy Livingstone te an anAmerican anI i iIAmeriean
I American Association A graduate but the theEastern tbeEastern theEastern
IAmeriean Eastern can lay claim to Ira Thomas ThotnasEd T Twbo Thomaswho
who used to catc catci for Provide Providence Eddie Ed
I die Collins is a Cohimbla boy and SlIdi andplayed
i played under the name of Sullivan In rathe Inthe Inthe
the old Northern League LeagueBaker LeagueI
I Baker was with Baltimore once but batI butdIdut j jdidnt
I didnt hit 0 CIa In ten games and was wasftred wasftrecL wsfired
fired He made his big reputation in the theTnState theTnState
TnState Jack ck Barry went to Phila Philadebpnia P1d1aclelpbl Philadeiphia
debpnia from Holy Cross and Danny DannyMurphy Dtumy3Iurpby DennyMurphy
Murphy was In the Connecticut League Leaguedonning Leg1Iei Leagueprior
i prior to donning the th livery of the tbeers tMQuakers theQuakers
Quakers ers Reuben N OWring was pro pIOi proI
i I cured from the Southern League and Dr1Brl andBrtscoe
Brtocoe Lord had never been in any anyfes pro pro profe
f fe fes eseional Ionsl oxganrzadon when he received receivedhis receIVedhis receIhis
his first trial from Mack lackS MackAs
As for Tully TuU Fred Hartsel he started taredout
i out in the old InterState and later was wasIa wasI
I Ia the Western Association and Western WesternLesue WesternLeague
League Connie got Topsy by bytrig orler orleri
i trig him n6 per seas season n more than Jim JimHart JimaHart
Hart was paying him so it is said saidGET saidENG saidENGLAND
II The handicaps placed on racing In this thiscountry thiscountry riS riScountry
country through t r h the antibetting antlbettl g law laware Jaws Jawsare lawsare
are driving many horses to England and aDdI andFrance j jFrance
France Harry Payne Whitney was one oneoC eaeoC oneof
I oC the first to desert the American t turf turfaM turfand rf rfand
and for two years he has devoted all of ofMs orWs ofide
Ms time to racing in England But a ashort asbort ashort
short time ago he purchased Bashti for forthe forthe 9 9I
the record price of 30100 e9 She was Was the thebest thebest thebest
best twoyearold filly that raced over overthe oerthe overI
I I the Jockey Club tracks during the sea season S6son ¬ i ison
son and she was purchased by Mr MrWhitney MrI I IWhitneT
I Whitney at that enormous price simply simplybecause 8imp simpybecause y yi
i because of her engagement in the Eng English EnbJIsh ¬
I lish Oaks Dalmatian the best three threeyearoW threeyeerold
I yearoW colt of the season was sold to toLoute toLot toI
I Lot Winans by S C HlWreth and he hewill hewill hewill
will be raced abroad Several other pur purchases purchases purI ¬
I chases of lesser importance have been beenmade beenl1ftde beenmade
made for shipment sJtl IDent James R R 1eenesold Keene eene eenesold
sold most mos of his horses at a recent auc auction autloh ¬
I lion at Saratoga and a a number of the thesmaller i iI
smaller owners followed suit suitAugust suitAUKUSt suitAugust
August Belmont chairman of the theJockey th thJoekey theJockey
Jockey Club is one of the sportsmen sportsmenwho sportsmenwho 1 1who
who has remained r alned loyal Jo 1 to the American Americanturf Americantur Americanturf
turf tur True True he sent a number of horses horsesabroad horsesa1xoad horsesabroad
abroad at the close of the th season of ofIMS oCDIll ofIIbl
IMS DIll but he has always raced abroad abroadbut abrOtld1HIt abroadbut
but without crippling to any great ex extent extent extent ¬
tent his American string Herman B BDuryea BDuryea BDuryea
Duryea for years a power In turf mat matters ma1 ¬ I II
I tern on this side of the Atlantic tJantic has I I Itransferred
transferred all his Irterests with the theexception theexception
exception ex pt1on of two horses to France and andJoseph andJoeepb andJoseph
Joseph E E WIdener is another man who whoraces whoIa whoraces
1 races his beat horses over ov r the French Frenchcourses Frentheo1lrsflS prejchcourses
courses James ames Rowe Rowe trainer for James JamesR ames amesR
R R Keene Us contemplating a visit of a amonth amonth amonth
month abroad and though he has not nocmade notmade
i made a contract COli tract to handle the horses of ofHerman orHerman ofHerman
Herman B Duryea as has been pub published pubi puitlisbed ¬
i lished it is altogether probable that he hewill hEwill howill
will accept an engagement er ement abroad as asI
did A A J Joyner Jo ner one of the most suc successful suceeEtul stieceseful ¬
I cessful of Aa Ae1can > 1can can trainers to ever In InvaJe 1nI Invde
vaJe the Zftgtts ng1fsl i turf turfYORK turfI turfYORK
YORK Pa ra Sept 5 5TIiState TrlState League Leaguebaseball Leaguebasebll Leaguein
baseball in York for another season was wasassured wasassured
assured at a meeting of the directors of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the local crab Instead of transferring transferringthe transferringthe transferringthe
the franchise the directors assumed the
debt incurred during the present season seasonand seasonand
and subscribed their t pro rata share of ofthe orthe ofthe
the money needed to put the 1I2e club in a aposition
position positlo Uon to begin the 1911 season se on without withoutracumbraxices
racumbraxices The meeting was was a a har harmonious harmonious barinonlous ¬
monious on one It was stated by the di directors dIrectors dlrectors ¬
rectors that Curt Weigand will be re retained re retaJned retamed ¬
tamed as manager If he agrees to acj acjcept ac accept accept
cept the offer made him
Larsen Will Endeavor to toNegotiate toNegotiate toNegotiate
Negotiate Whirlpool At AtNiagara AtNiagara
Niagara NiagaraIndefinite NiagaraIndeADite NiagaraIndeiltaite
Indefinite postponement of the WflJrl WflJrlpeol W ISdJMHJI WlrIpool
pool Rapids power boat race has been beenannounced lteftAJtCed beenansoosced
announced JtCed only one entry Ctons us P PLarsen Pef PLaxsw
Larsen of Cleveland having crWIed crWIedSeptember qeUIdedop q > iUlSed iUlSedon
on op September 1 the doing cIG1I date The Theboat TIMraee Thelc
raee lc was to be run September 12 Del the theboat
boat 1 which made the fastest ta time from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the steel arch bridge 1M1 se belOw Niagara NiagaraFalls NiagaraFalls r rFaJIs
Falls to Lewieton was to receive I IJ 111W 111WIn tM tMta
ta cash and a solid llcl gold Sow cup valued at atI atUn atIWS
IWS Un er tb condItions at least two two1toats twoboats
I boats had to qualify as starters startersEnormous JIIrterILEIMKJIIOUS blastersEnormous
Enormous Interest was created whefe whefeannouncement wIMBaIIDCMIneement wb wbannouncement
announcement of the remarkable race racei raceWall racewag
i was made last spring and a a score of ofdaring orc1arlag ofdaring
daring men entered enter ed the contest As the tbetime theUme thetime
time drew near however they began begantrip bepnto beganto
to wIthdraw stating that they eoald eoaldJIOt coukinot
not get read reedy ID time for the perilous perUoatrip periloustrip
trip Larsen launched hIs eighteenfoot eighteenfootwbaleboat elcbteeJlfootwblebot eighteenfootwhaleboat
whaleboat at the Cleveland Auto Boat BoatCompanys BoatCompab11 BootCompihys
Companys shops Saturday and says sayghe sayshe II IIhe
he is gomgNdown SOhag down the Niagara tIara Rapids RapidsSeptember RapldaSeplemer RapidsSeptember
September 17 on his own hook The Tbeboat Theboot
boat is a very sturdyballasted craft craftwith craftwith
I with Sborsepower gaaotone engine and andshould aDdsbouJd andshould
should so experts say mane the six sixmile sixmile
I mile trip to Lewiston Lew toa In less than fifteen fifteenj lifteesminutes
j minutes minutesThe mbtateaThe minutesThe
The publishers publ of Power Boating a aboating abotIns abooting
I boating magazine ma givers en of the theal1DOV1lee prince prisesannounce princeannounce
announce that tbe offer otr holds good It Iti Itr Itis
i is possible b1e therefore that the commit committee COJDJDIttee comsaktOe ¬
r tee ta charge will set an early date next nextyear IIeXtyear nextyoni
year giving ample time thfe winter for forentrants forentrants forentrants
entrants to bud ba cl boats and otherwise otherwiseprepare otherwiseprepare e eprepare
prepare for the trip tripSLOSS1 riPHOPPE rtpHOPPE
Forfeits Posted for Match on onNovember onNovember onNovember
November 2 in Madison MadisonSquare 1 MadisonSquare adison adisonSqu3re
Square Garden GardenGeorge GardenG8CNbe GardenGeorge <
George F Stoeson the veteran tail bilHardtet Oil OilIIanU tailitardlet
Hardtet has taeued a challenge to Wit WflUam WBHeppe Wit11am
Uam Hoppe for f the UteJIb worlds champion championship daamu on onihip ¬
ship JIb at ILl balkltoe kIIne which the tilewielder Us yVung yVungwield cung cungwielder
wield wielder or of the cue aociircd a year ago agoSloooon apSIo agoieseoa
Sloooon posted his forfeit of JBs l for forthe torthe forthe
the match bat that was merely a for formaritv lorMltty fornmality
maritv as the real arrangements u were wereactually wereactual wereactually
actually actual entered into last month The Thematch Thetela Thematch
match tela will take place Wednesday y No November NoTeDlHr November
vember X 2 at Madison Square Garden GardenNew G8nIeIew GardenNew
New ew York Yorki YorkThe
i The mafth ma will be of the time tae1IoIIored tae1IoIIored0I timehonoredorder honored honoredorder
I order of a singh > Mock of 1W H pomts t 18 18be tobe
I be decided m In one sesalon at the table tableSloooon t tableStoeson ble bleSIoNoa
Sloooon has held the title six times win winning wlaI winfling ¬
fling nm it flint Jn a tournament tOQ nt wtt with Pran4c Pran4cIres PraIIIiIVN Froniclyes
I Ires and later losing It to hte hi old rival riYalthe rhalthe
the late WIzard Sba ShAefer f r by 5 points pointsThe pOintsThe
II The last time Hoppe and Sloseon met metIn metIn
in a challenge match was with the same me metitle
I title tt at stake stake and a Hoppe then defeated defeatedthe de detestedthe ed edthe
the veteran The contest < at that time timewas timew timewas
was w not a test of skill for a co3d etd room roomcaused rOOIBaa roomcaused
caused ed the ivory 1vor to act as lend crtth crtthtbe lttktbe tth tthieot
tbe resudt that the match consumed over overfour oyoQrroar vOr vOrfour
four hours at t the table and was devoid devoidof tIewoklOf devoidof
of runs or incident incidentRACES tneklentRACES incidentRACES
HARTFORD Sept 5 5At At Charter Oak OakPark kFade OakPark
Park It was so muddy today that tb the thesrand UteraD4 jeI
I srand Xftfl4 circuit races scheduled for this thteafternoon tlIkafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon have ve been postponed posied until to tomorrow to tomotTO tomorrow ¬
morrow motTO The classic 5 MI W Charter Oak Qe1ti Oak2W
239 i trot the 214 JoI trot trot and 213 JZ pace paceconstitutes lite litecorstttate ce cecoatltutes
constitutes the card eudT caZdTItians
Trhlans T lans scheduled icii dUI d attempt att to lower his hteown hisc bincult
own c worlds workl trottine record of 1SR 1SRwas lllWItS 1 1was
was also put DU off until tomorrow trade tradepcrmitttnsr trackI tra trapcrmttttiu
I pcrmitttnsr pcrmitttnsrSHOW perm permI pcrmttttiuSHOW
MEMPHIS HIS Tens Sept 5 iBarred iBarredJOID 5Harredfrom Barred Barredfrom
from JOID exhibiting tbe films of the Jobn Jobnson Jobneftrles JohnsomiJeifries
son somiJeifries Jeffries fight In this vicinity of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South South by action of authorities on the theTennessee theTftlJIeShe theTennessee
Tennessee and Arkansas side of the theppI theMIssissippi
Mississippi ppI River promoters today s Ht Htt1ed settied t ttied
tied on a ptam to show the pictures in fam Inmidstream
midstream m of the river aboard a abaQe big bigbarge bigbarge
barge towed by it a steamboat on terri territory territorY tern terntory ¬
tory outside the Jurisdiction Jh WkUua ietiost of officers officersfrom onIcerstl offlcersfrom
from D1 either State Statei SUiteJ SUiteII Stater
II i r From Fistiana FistianaLeo I II II
I Leo Renoir HOU tb the Lancaster Pa PaI PaI
I boxer who defeated Harry Lewis LewtBweek last lastweek lastweek
week was an interested iRtere ted spectator at atthe atthe
the LonghreyQulll bout ta the Armory ArmoryAs
A A A As he e will box Qnfll or Lcn L Leukrey Leukreyat hrey eT eTlat
at the club in the near future he came cameto eaeto cameto
to see these e boxers work Bench H uekot got a aTc aI agood
good Tc reception ption when be was introduced introducedIn iDtr dueeclIn
I In the ring showing vJJIr that his h win over overLewis overLewm everLewis
Lewis was popular one ODeHiUlard oneBilliard
Billiard Lang the Toronto welter welterweight welterweight wetterweIght ¬
weight who recently left l ft the amateur amateurranks r rranks
ranks may be matched to box Tommy TommyQutll TommyQuill
i Quill in private for a good side wager wagprAt wagfrt wagerAt
At t the Readvflle 1e races close friends of ofboth ofI ofboth
I both boxers got into nto anxargiHnent an aIgiII about abouttbe aboutthe aboutthe
the abilities and Quills friejfds declared declaredthat declaredthat ed edI
I that they were ready to match him himagainst himagainst
against I tt Lang for from 51501 LM 1 to S 1550 ± W a adidV ade aide
1 didV de with twenty persons on a side sMetThe sIikThe sideThe
The friends of Lang said User tItert war no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the offer would beaecepted beaeeept beaeeepti aece ted tedJoe
i Joe Twomas Thomas has placed himself onder onderthe mderthe er erI
the tho thomanagemeut management of Aleck AJdeLesn AJdeLesnwill McLean who whowill whowill
will go after the middlewelghts t for to tomate a ataatch a amatch
I mate for Thomas ThomaMike ThomasS
S i iMike
Mike TwIn Twin Sullivan wffl be matched matchedto matelledto
to box Charley Ch ey Httte ta Albany ta a few fewweeks tfWweeks fewweeks
weeks weeksIf weeksIt weeksIf
+ a
If Stanley Ketchei el falls ta Ms effort to toregain wreS toregain
regain R his shattered physical condition conditionit
it is said be will present at Hugo Kelly Kellywith KenTwith Kellywith
with the t e middleweight mWdJew title TIde does doesnot deednot doesnot
not go in America Kelly will havj ha9 to tofight tofight tofight
fight for the title tttI He II Is now twenty twentyseven tweDQseven twentyseven
seven years old and weighs nearer U Upounds UI UIOends 1ipounds
pounds than t1la he does BS BStSeorge 151eorgc 15 15C 15teorge
tSeorge eorgc StiFle En 1e of Pittsburg ptei who is ismanaging Ismanaging ismanaging
managing Frank Klaus is after the themiddleweight themlddleweitht themiddleweight
middleweight title Sportsmen are won wondering wonderl wondering ¬
dering derl why wb the weight limit does not re rc rctum yeturn
turn to 154 pounds the figure at which whichDempsey WblchDemP6e whichDempsey
Dempsey and FitJtsimmons fought foughtThere foughtThere foughtThere
There are a tot lQl of lively 1hci young fellows fellowswho fellowawho
who are not boileddown 1JuI wn heavyweights heavyweightswho heavyweightswho
who could make mak that limit 1tI91t and furnish furnishsome furnlbsome furnishsome
some good contests contestsXew contestsNew t8 t8New
New York sports are re schooling 8chooUng WJMIe WJMIeLewis WJllfeLewis WJIlieLewis
Lewis to dethrone Leo Hooch the Lan Lancaster Lascaster ¬
cas caster er welterweight
Great TwoYearOld to Be Ber BeSent
r Sent to Eng England England England ¬
land landJSmW land1IW landNZW
JSmW 1IW YORK Sept S 5 8The TIN Th racetracks racetrackspresent aeetaekSa racetack001st
present 001st a deserted appearance just new newand ne neiId nowand
and there are re f few w trainers settling down downbite c1o downInto n nIIIto
bite winter quarters even ven though It there therete therein
te no meeting except xcept that of the Mary Maryland IaryJIuIcI MarYlaitt ¬
land Jockey Club at PhnHco in which whichto whIcte whichto
to te take part Tom W Wab Wslhs Wfs stable which whichonly whichonly whichonly
only a few weeks we k ago left Graveaend Graveaendmore Graye Gravesendmore end endJDOre
more than forty strong still is at Sara Saratoga Saratop Saratoga ¬
toga They will return r t1IrB this week and andwfll an4wtIt andwiti
wfll participate la the Baltimore meet meettog meettag meettn
tog tn
Bastotl will be a sure starter in the theMatron th thXat theMatron
Matron Xat nr and her chances of annexing annexingthis annexingthin nexlng nexlngt
this only valuable remaining reniaSfl soaks M ke look lookto lookto ookto
to be giltedged The ally continues to todo todo todo
do well and Welsh still believes e her to tobe tobe tobe
be the best twoyearold two ohl in America AmericaShe AmericaShe A AShe
She will I be shipped this fall together togetherI togetJHtrwtth togetIirwith
I with several yoaHtogato yonl nlPJto to A A J 1 Joyner Joynerat Joynerat Joynorat
at Newroarfcet N England sland to be prepared preparedfor
for her engagement of next year A n a the theOaks tileOkL theOaks
Oaks Welsh W was at the farm at Brook Brookoate Brookdale Brookdale
dale last Saturday making makID a seleetfoa seleetfoaI
I of those he thought tIIoa lIt most likely to carry carrythe carryUIe carrythe
the Whitney colors successfully T in Eng England Eag1aDd EngIaad
land Harry t ftarry arry hyae Payne Whitney Whitn te expected expectedback expectedbeck
back shortly and his string f or England Englandwin EnsDdwill Englandwill
will then the l be made up p and shipped sIIIppedDeW shippedaeress I
aeress aeressA
A DeW aspirant a for foreign racing racingengaged raclxr raclxrboItora racingbolora
boItora bolora Is Harry La Xoawgae MomstagneHe He has hasPre hasengaged
engaged Preston oR Burch as his trainer trainerand trIRer11II tratmieramid
and win send over the horses which he hepurposes hebeea hebaa
baa been racing here for steeplec steeplecPurpoee steOPIOCb5SIfl steOPIOCb5SIflpurpoom
purposes Martiaec of this tot Jot Jotprove aaou aaounrove should shouldprove
nrove prove a valuable horse over the Jumps Jumpsflat jumpeIDCIeed JumpsIndeed
Indeed he Is a valuable horse R the thetlat theflat
flat tlat bat te barred by French racing racingrules racingnaIes racingrules
rules from taking part in t anything aD ex except except oxcept
cept jumping Jum races Young Burch has hasshown h8boW11 hasshown
shown himself to be a capable trainer trainerand trabteraDd trainerand
and with the material he has had has hasdone 8adeae baadone
done extremely weft w lI for the Chelsea Chelseastable CbeIHRabIe Cbetaesstable
stable stableThe RabIeTbe stableThe
The horse Merry Prince which was wasbought wasbo wanbought
bought bo ht from Matt Allen at Saratoga Saratogaalso Saratogaal80 Saratogaalso
also should make a a reputation for him hfansetf hbRMtf himsetf
setf He is able to carry any kind of ofhi ofweight
weight hi and moreover promises to take takely takekiIIcII takekindly I
kiIIcII kindly ly to Jumping Matt KattUIeB Allen has no noreturned DOt notyet 1 1Jitt
yet returned to Gravesewl and Is think thlnktbe dllk1 thinkbig
lag of campaigning his n string in inthe inthe
the South this winter He has been beennegotiating beenJtegotiatm beennegotiating
negotiating for the purchase of Count CountlessTtbenorse Counti Countithe Countieee
lessTtbenorse ieee the horse from the West belonging belongingto IDg IDgto
to J G Greener who so unexpectedly unexpectedlydefeated unexpectecllydefeated unexpectedlydefeated
defeated Olaxnbala the 1tot favorite favorite to tothe InUte hithe
the Saratoga Cup The probability te tethat J8tbat inthat
that before Allen leaves Saratoga SaratogaCountless S SaratogaCountlees ratoga ratogaCoeIItJeM
Countless will pass Into bin possession possessionTrainer possessioMTrainer pUiI 11198 11198Trainer
Trainer James R Rowe we te preparing to totake totake totake
take a a trip abroad with some of his htefamily hisfainny hisfaldhly
family and It has been commonly commonlyported re reported lsported
ported of him that he is about to accent accenttbe acceptthe ace acethe
the position of trainer with Herman HermanDuryos B BDuryea BDuryea
Duryea Rowe never was noted for ten tening tell tellh telllug
lug hIS private affairs and it te more moretitan moretlIan morethan
titan likely he wit wI be back Da here again againbefore agalabefore againbefore
before snow flies Report has it that thatbe that1M thatbe
be has bought the twoyearold Iron IronMaalc IronJiI ironManic
Manic from James R It Keene e He has hasalways hasalways hasalways
always thought tho t highly hshl of the tbeIda co4t J a and andbig d dhte
Ida racing has been a a source of 8pobztBteDt ofpotutment disap disappointment ¬
pointment to him MmFrank himPraak himFrank
Frank Weir has given up p the private privatestable privateI privatestable
stable which be has scrupled ce p te4I for the thelast tItelaSt thelast
last few seasons PaO JIS fefteBgteg fefteBgtegSbrrelU OIIIIIiDSiab te Fnutk FnutkJarreU Fraakli1rrell
SbrrelU sad formerly owned by Gfreeit GfreeitB G GB
I B B Morris Weir wHl take in the fJ1 fJ1more BaJtI BaJtImore Boltimore
more meeting me ng and winter the horses he hahas heleft heban
has left on the Gravea Graveseacl nd track He Hewin Hetin Hewill
win sell Barleythorpe the bor horse be belonging be beI belonging ¬
longing to James GaSCney a aM d for forwhich torI lotwhich
which the second biggest bi est price of the theStarter ther theyear
I year r was D at Saratoga last se scasoiLStarter scmSCarter
Starter Mara Cassidy will l leave here herefor herefor herefor
for Lexington in the course of a ada few fewdays fewdays
days da He has bee beeR engaged to start at atthe Atthe atthe
the Lexington lDgton and Latonte meetings meetingsThat meetingsThat
I That will bring him up to the Juarez Juarezmeeting JuareJWeedDg Juarentneet4eg
meeting In Mexico where he win ban banaJTliTflafr haA haAtlte bandie
aJTliTflafr die the fta Sag all winter He wfll have haveMttie havetime haveBttle
Mttie Idle time on his hands hadsL handsTrotter
II L Trotter and Pacer 4 4Ten II IITen
Ten racing events eight of which are areNathan arefor aretIer
i for Sill p purses are en O tIte th card for the theBaaoftrp theHanover
Hanover Py Pa fair September SeptemberhaR 2S2 2S2Nathan
Nathan haR B by 5race tb t tha entered the the111t
211 111t t wit a flW mark u KaJama KaJamaWOI1 Eslsmazoo
zoo won t 3 231 stake at Joliet aliet UL in inCtarita lamC lamClarita
C II IIClarita
Clarita W V 2M 1l hy b Gratttm dam damBonnie damB9DnIe darnBonnie
Bonnie Josie died ed recently at the Hud Hudson Hudm Budma ¬
son River m Stock S Farm while foaling o Bn BnBi to toBtncara toThngar
Btncara Btncarat Bi ThngarThe
BiTIte1 C
TIte1 The 2 pec pacing race and the 211 21 and andtrottiugrces
trottiagn ees or t Hartford Hartfordlag meetI meetIlllg
lag h have ye beeR declared e at want of ofIsotPcIent
lllg IsotPcIent MltAeient entries entriesI
C 1 1Colorado
t Colorado E E S < 1 SC tg 06 bj 1t The Bonds Bondsman Bondsman I
man is worth worthaaur worthGamer 3wM9 3wM9Garaar
Gamer 2 O1M by Tekmar only tips tipsBWa tipstJle tipsthe
the scales at t pounds HMIIKIsElla poundsS poundsElla
Ella M f 2O1 21V4 by Pro Be No was kill killed killed killed ¬
ed M III a wreck at Peatta peq a oWe August A > gust 6 6Bmki 6 6Bu 6S 6Build
Build Murray the Goshen N Y YtraJner Ybas Ytzwjmier
traJner = has W Water Walter alter Hal 2f4 8I by Walter Walterrnrect WalterBervaJdo WalterDect
rnrect rnrectentered DectBervaido
BervaJdo bl by The Tramp has at last lastentered ast astentered
entered the 311 M list wtth with a record of ofAsHtend 01u1aDd
2111 2111Arhiand C
AsHtend WIlkes BOW DoW has to his credit creditm creditIR creditIn
m IR tae tit standard s list seventyeight sev iSht trot trotters trotters trottern ¬
ters and sixtyseven pacers pacersKing p pacersS pacersKing or orKIa
King Redmond RedmoDdw woa the 215 trot at atBlkton atElktou atElktou
Elktou Mo Id in heats ranging from 3 3to 32i 32ito 54 54George
to toGeeIge C
George Estabrook of Denver Cot Colpaid Cotpatel Ctxlpaid
paid 99M for f r Colorado E E when he was wascalled wascalled wascalled
called Colin ColinHandicaps ColinHandIcAps CottaHandicaps
+ C
Handicaps at forty feet te the second secondgave sec secondgave IKi IKiJlLve
gave the Scratch horses a chance in the theReadviHe theReadvtlle theReadvitle
ReadviHe Derbies DarbiesDw Derbiesa DerbiesD5die
Dw DtHHe He Egmont dam of Dudic Arch Archdale7Is Arcl1daJe Archda1els
dale7Is daJe s in foal to Walnut Hall sire of ofThe otTile ofThe i
The Harvester 22 22The ± W2 W2I 2 2The
The American Ame ca1 Horse Breeders Trot Trotting Trotting ¬
I ting Futurity at ReadvHle R8Ml lle was for for7Md fort forTai
1 Tai the winner earning 55ICO 18IfOIdabland 55ICOMabland
1tI Mabland 1and S beat Bony Swift in th thM the thA1tI theW 11 111and
M W pace at t Joliet JoUe4 BL entering the 206 206nst 206list Q Qlist
list with a a heat in 24 Ni 11i4 11i4C 11i4Jclmn 4 4John
John Reamer appeared appe red in the t le sulky sulkyagain sulkyapR sulkyagain
again at Belmont last week but one oneheat oneBeat onebeet
heat was enough for Mm 111m 111mAlton himS himAIIOn MmAfton
Alton I L L turned tbe tables on Baron BaronArnold BltronArnold BaronArnold
Arnold at Wilkesbarre kesbfuore squaring sq aring ac accounts ac aceeaIttS accouRts ¬
counts for the Baltimore beating beatingEntries beetlngEDtrles
0 0Entries
Entries for the Allentown fair Sop Sp Sptember Soptemnber
i tember 2122 n win wi close qn n September 9 9with 9with 9with
with Secretary H BSehaU BSehaUi B SchalL SchalLJO SeballC SeballJohn
+ C
i John R White wtih Starlight Maid won wonthe wontite wonthe
the 240 trot at Wilkesbarre getting ett1ngrecord a arecord arecord
record of 234 34 his maiden en mark markBill
0 0Bill
Bill Williams with Aaron v Tyson ± yson up upwon upwon upwon I
won a good 1Vebe rveheat t race at Wllmins Wllminston Vllmlnten VlImlngton
ton DeL DeLr Auffrst Au st 38 splitting It up with withy
I time y ti k by Red 11801 Hal In alfout 220 2201 J
IN REGATTA RAGES RAGESPhiladelphians RACESPhiladelphians
Philadelphians Favored In InMiddle InMiddle InMiddle
Middle States Row Rowing Rowing Rowing ¬
ing Event EventPHILAIHZLPSIA Everit EveritI Evei EveiPB3LADgLP1iL1
OeJoeIc ttd morning ue pistol or Jarl
Bond starter for the Middle
States mate r rgatta rp rpt6t rgsttz
gatta t6t broke the quietude of the SrhuvT SrhuvTWtt Sehuvkilt hu hukBI
kilt river nelgahorbood nogbbocho ood and the annu annuPhBadeteMans ann flnuj flnujcontests nl nlcoate
contests ts oC ubell 1 IIdoar and oar were on onPotJ1l onPiiUadlphi
PhBadeteMans PotJ1l PiiUadlphi 1 N were favorites fanJrite3erallr g geralh gorally
eralh eralhButler orally orallyBailer
Butler of the Argonaut Rowing Ro Club Clubof Clubor Clubof
of Toronto was feared in the quarter quartermile quan quanmtle quartertulle
mile dash and senior sculling singles Ifn IES
He was opposed by
Samuel Gordon o oPhnadetgiua CoPhilHebJlda oPhilaeletzibla
Phnadetgiua PhnadetgiuaFiftyfew PhilHebJldaFlftrf PhilaeletziblaFtttyfe
Fiftyfew Flftrf crew crows were entered for th thxwHers throgatta thregatta
regatta but the majority of them Wir Wiri wresimPers
i simPers The Amndel Boat Bs Club of f flBaltimere
lBaltimere Baltimore was the only Old one to send a
i i dtftesadon le tat the sweep dam ctasaAquatic eIuLI damI
1 Aquatic Talk TalkSatisfied TalkSadsOed 1
I II Satisfied with tile showing of his club clubat clubI clubat
I at the National CJlampio Championships at Wash Washington Wash1qt0ll WaihaSten ¬
haSten Captain CarboneBa CarboneIIar of the Nan XasSM Nansan as
SM Boat Club has practically PractJcaU closed closedthe closerthe eloselthe
II the season sesion of o that organization All fl or ofthe orthe orthe
the crews have dropped active work workfor workand
and the boats are e being stowed aW awa
for fortlle the season seasonCoach amsenCoach
Coach Jim Wray who looked after afterthe attltile afte aftethe
the St Louis
rowing organizations re reports reI reports ¬
I ports that tba the game has a strong 8tro hold hoI hoIin
I i in the Mound Qty Three dubs are now now
actively engaged hi r regular practice and ar aranother
another may be formed before next sea seasystem
IMn son
IMnIt 4 4It
It 18 IIoped ho tItat by next HA OD th thsBtem the thesystmat
system or dual dub regattas will bo boCoacJi b bwell
well estahiis I I II OD n tile Harlem Coach CoacJitogether
Naste 0 the Harlem Bowing Club antI
CarbGDeIIa oC tile Namaus are working workin
together with this end ta view viewForty
0 0Forty 2 2Forty
Forty New York oarsmen ear left for forESE fo r
PhiJlldelpl a ESE iJ Ia night to compete in
the 5 M Middle States Stat regatta tt on Ute Schuyl
kill Gotham should take most of th the
honors In the event eventI eveDtCpt eventCapt
eventa a
I Cape Joe CaUahan lJa of the Metropo Metropoton
itaDS oC New York led hill crew 10 Bos
ton on eD the midnight t train for the New No W
England regatta This dub has alwax alwavt <
been partial to th the Boston Be races as asdetohla s
BOlte of t boys lUre the tdp tni to PbUa P1iaA
detohla detohlaj delpbJaII
A match race has been aiTanged ranged be
II tWftD the Brooklyn Rowing Club ar att
j the State Island Boat Club Club to takj takjplace tak takplace
place Placat at the regatta of the latter or orSanitation 0 0sanizatioq oganiadoq
Sanitation The Brooklyns defeated cJeeat T TStaten tt ttStaten i
Staten Islanders m In one race and the theToday th
latter are eat for revenge reeII5eT revengeToday
Today T cIay makes the real end of the row rotrmg
mg season No big events are schedule schedu11after 1 1after
after thin tIda and the only races of in interest rterest frterest ¬
terest will be the ones held at the Tar various Tar0Q8 vatens ¬
ous iaH club cl1dI regattas regattasC regattasFred
+ C 1 1and
Pre Sbipard and a 4 his hl partner Frel Freli FrelFoe Fre I IFueseel
I i FIMSMI Foe a ttfe t great areI Harlem doubles bies crew cr crc crcwill t twill
will train as long as the weather t uer uermits > r rrafts rmits
mits Both will be sent to Europe zrupe ne neyear noyear ntyear >
year to compete at Henley and Berii Beriiand Ber rii riiI rii1Itey
I and they want to t be as fit aspossible aspossibleThe aaposMbIeThe < poatbll poatbllThe
I The Hartems will not be the only onl cr crto orto 1 1to >
to send over ov crews however Jim R Rwfll Ro Row Bwill
will invade England with Ills victorious victoriousArundel Ticton1hAruadeI vieton u uI
I Arundel Boat Club four and from Car Carada Ca Caad Caaxta
ada Jim 1 Ten Eyck and hIs Ottawa Ottawacrew OUa OUaf Ottan Ottancrew
f crew and the Wtanipegs of ManitcLa ManitcLaj Manitolwill
will also be cotnpetltors cotnpetltorsBoat cou couI
4 4Boot
Boat House e Row Rows s the little strip stripalong shipaIoItg stripalong
along the east bank of the Harlem Harlemriver Hari Harieitriver > l lriver
I river where all the clubs are stationei stationeite
is known kJiOWJtwtll wfll root for John Hughe Hugheof Hughof Hugheof
of the Harlem R R C to win today a aPhiladelphia aPt aPhlladetphis
Philadelphia He is the hard luck N oo ooaDei boand > y yand
and although be has b the ability abUit of a achampion aclI8 achampion
champion clI8 something iDg always happen happenbeat to tob r rbeat
beat him oat of first prize prizeCaptain prizeCapbdn prizeC prizeCaptain
Captain Vitecek and Frank Vesley Vesteythe Yesloythe f fthe
the Boh lobes os were out ta a double gg KSyesterday ggye ggyesterday
yesterday ye t on the Harlem and Veley Veleys Veclt Vecltto y ysseened
s sseened em d to t be as a spry as te former years yearsVttacek yearsVitacek an anVltaeek
Vttacek said that if his clnbmate traine traineresndariy tralnOr1re tralnereculaniy >
resndariy re ri7 be could regain all of his old oldttate oldtime
time tb form and speed and be a factor factorIn factoIn factorin
In the championships cbampionsnipsThe championshipsC 8ldps 8ldpsThe
The Wahnethh season Bea IOn < has closed Th ThMng ThF lh lhFklsbluE >
F Mng Bay rarsmen were not as stir sucul SU SUc stirc
c sful sefut ul as they expected to be be and thl thlput thlput th1put
put a damper on their enthusiasm The Thewill Thewill r rwill
will however attempt to put a firyt firytclass fi lIrsIclass t tclaos
class eight t on the water next season seasonPC seasonRHEUMA11SM seasonRHEUMATIsI
PC PAINFUL AlNf g > i ir UL iff m DANOERO DANGERDUS DANGERDUSRheumatism DANIEROURheumatism F4 S lCTrVTirr rtTT Ua UaRheumatism y
Rheumatism Is due to a diseased diseasedcondition diseasedcondition diseasedcondition
condition of the blood cells and cor corpuscles corpusclesp coppuscles ¬
puscles brought about by an excess excessof excessof excessof
of uric acid in the thecirculation circulation It Itnoton1ya Itr Itrnotoniyaverypainfu1djseasebuta fs fsBotonly
Botonly notoniyaverypainfu1djseasebuta notoniyaverypainfu1djseasebutaextremely a very verypainful painful disease butan butanextremely but an anextremely
extremely dangerous trouble The Thebriny Theb Thebriny
briny b ny acrid aeridstate state of the blood gradu gradually gradually gradually ¬
ally forms a coating over the mus muscles musc1es musdes ¬
des and by bydepositingacernentlike bydepositingacernentlikesubstance depositing a cementlike cementlikesubstance cementlikesubstance
substance in the joints frequently
terminates tern fatally fatallyor or leaves its vic victim vietim ic ictim ¬
tim i hopeless cripple It is is natural naturalto naturalto naturalto
to U doctor the thespotthathurts spot that hurts and andit anditis anditisquiteright
it itis itisquiteright is quite right to tonselinirnents use liniments hot hotapplications hotapplications hotapplications
applications etc to get temporary temporaryrelief temporaryrelief temporaryrelief
relief from a painful joint or orswolleu orswolleutendon swollen swollentendon swollentendon
tendon but Rheumatism is not a askin askin askin
skin disease and such things whendepended when whendepended whendepended
depended on alone make one care careless careless careless ¬
less and the disease gets a firmer firmerhold firmerhold firmerhold
hold on the blood S S S cures curesrthe curesthe curesthe
the disease because it is s the greatest greatestof
of all blood purifiers It goes into intothe intoI
I the circula circulation circulatiouandre ¬
I tion tiouandre tiouandreL and re reinoTiES reI
I L inoTiES IilO mos every everyparticle everyL
I L L particle partcleofthe partcleoftheithting of the thet
t I 1 irrigating ir ting urio uriat
1 t a acid builds tip tipthe npthe
i the blood bloodmakes bloodmakes
1 a1J I makes it rich richand richand richp
p j and oily and andIn andin andin
In this way wayprepares wayprepares ay ayprepares
prepares It for the proper nourish nourishment nourishment nourishnient ¬
ment of all joints muscles nerves nervesand nervesand ncrvesand
and bones If you have Rheuma Rheumatism Rheumatism Rheuxnatism ¬
tism get the uric acid out of f the theblood theblood theblood
blood by taking S S S a purely purelyvegetable purelyegetable purelyvegetable
vegetable medicine and enjoy free freedom freedom freedoni ¬
dom from its misery Book on onRheumatism onRheumatism onTheutnatisln
Rheumatism and any medical advice advicefree adviCifree adviecfree
free to all who write writeTHE writetHE writeThE

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