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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY AUGUST 241909 24 1909 7 7n
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Whats WhafsWhUnSpors All What the Time in i Sports SportsAll M MOTOR O TO R STARS WILL SH SHOOT 00 T TON TONIGHT 1 G D I T TheSportingAuthority TheSportingAuthorityof of Salt Lake I IAIl I
LOUGHUN MAY MAYPUSH MAYPUSHCLOTHIER
PUSH PUSHCLOTHIER PUSHCLOTHIERStrong CLOTHlfR CLOTHlfRStrong
Strong Game of Coast Tennis TennisStar TennisStar TennisStar
Star Winning Backers at atNational atNational atNational
National Meet MeetK MeetNwport MeetNwpnrt
K Nwport wport r T I Au Aug St IOf Of the ItA play players playars playors ¬
ers ent entrd i d In the tWt tWfcstynlHth twtynIsthtourn1nt tynlllth aunuil aunuiltourn 8unwtltournllhnt
tourn tournllhnt nurit of the United Statts Lawn LawnT LawoTr LawnTr
T Tr r is association at the Newport lIoWJ > ort t Ca dir dironu rII iiior1L rIIOl1l >
onu < iglu remained tonight The filth filthTO fifthrO lifThro
rO i 1 > Va d completed today anu tomorrow tomorrowwill tomorrowwlJl tomorrovwL
will H the four matches in the sixth sixthVilliam sixthi11iarn sixthVi11iarjj
Villiam i11iarn J Clothier who won the na natioi naUOId hattht
tioi UOId l i himpionshlp three years y ars uy uyfei UO agufei < > Je Jetel
fei ing Kari arI H B hr met B Belir hr t tby tbyani < s sani
ani i iain train showed h hI i superiority superIorItyc o S SpJ < 1 1prpdificl
prpdificl pJ > toni tifl1ht ht t tit at the llghtmni llghtmnism IIghtninlJK IIghtninlJKSmIing
c 7 sm SmIing nrtg Pacific cc ecit u t pla player > er M 1 U V MLouh1in VLou f fLoIJidm <
Lou LoIJidm il n v was as llkeU to reach the he f fround n nroun frotrd
round and to mall matters iniTestint iniTestintfor 1nirestinfor nli nlifor
for ruthipr How > er McLoughlin > Ht Hthas tHhas fll fllhas
has tu t ntt lU et R H i almer I > and the win winneI winher in innei
nei t < 1 Ui iI n TnmanT luchard > match matchI match1l
1 1l t a sur surrllle r se as the defeat of T 1it TR TIL
R I In Inls 111 it line rie of the oldei of the sout1 sout1H soutfn soutLErt
fn > n H lrks s champl champllahlp i iahlp hlp and indoor tei teiaiiipion tfInls teins
nls nlsnu aiiipion lulliIJ lln bj b V 1 I B Cragin jr To Tolothier Tomriiv 10mfrIII
nu mfrIII r rne lothier wtl oppose E P Whittin thit thitne
ne nepii tin ti Harvard iitersoholasttc chain chainV challlpltli chainpilL
pii pilL i ilei V ulr Iil Whitnsy hitna has played an exc exclei cxc1 cxc11e + 1 1iiii
lei leije 1e hm iiii througho it the tournament tournam nt ex exdun exre exIe
je jeou dun tInt t btllexe he will prove a serl sorttacle serlou serlou
ou < tacle in thE path of the former formerch
ch 1111 iiion < Jn n McLoughlln will meet B I H HPa Hr I IPa
Pa r who ho won a hard five set match matchfrcr 1natctfrr I IfrHI
frcr F F U Colston today while hlle C K KBun1 RDll1J KBuny
Bun1 the Los Angeles expert will play playR piaCrugin playCrtgn
Crugin CruginB <
K IT Whitney of Lonffwoed Lon club Bo BooiMiud BoIItonaa Bostons4
oiMiud Thiimna Tbe Bundy of Loc t Anl Ailples AilpleshTe AflgelhaYe s sJjhave
Jjhave hTe advanced to the sixth round ronadCtothtor ro DCl DClCtotJder
1 Ctothtor won from Behr In tour stU stUW ta taW t tB
W B Cralgta Jr woa from T R Pen PellIn PenIn Pelthi
In four forTIle seta aetaTfc setaThe
TIle Other winner w were r Palmer Mc McLoughltn McLoubbl McLoughihi
Loughltn Inman t > rd rdt mCOAST rdCOAST
COAST CRACKS CACSTO 10 8t HERE HEREn IIE IIEIso
No Colorado Players Expected for the theInterniountain theIntermountain theIntermountain
Intermountain Tennis Tour Tournament Tournament Tournament ¬
nament namentA
A S Brown one of the committee of ofthree ofthree ofthree
three which is handling the intermountaln intermountalntennis Intermoun ln lntennl
tennis tournament which wll U start at the theCountry theCo theCoujitry
Country Co tr club Saturday yesterday received receiveda
a fetter from Newport It I in which whichThomas wblehThomas whichThomas
Thomas Bundy and S M Sinsabaug th thPacific tbPaelfle the thePaeUte
Pacific coast crack accepted the invita invitation InTltatlon Invitation ¬
tion to atop ever < in Salt Lake LakeJlr LakMr LakeMr
Mr Smaraug Sln ahaug who wrote the letter lettersaid letterr letterrsaid lettereatd
said that M E McLoughlin the coast coastchampion coaStchaPiplon coss cosschanpion
champion had made arrangements to re return petUMJ yetwit ¬
turn b by the southern route and as a much muchas
as he would like to visit Salt Lake it itwas ItWU itwas
was ftn fmpElhle fmpElhleBh issihle issihleB
B Bh 1 h Bundy > aiid Sinsabaug a are known knownby knownby knownby
by t Ixdl In F < ll 1 tenhis players to be men of ofgre ofgret ofgye
gre gret t ti IIty > itv and both are making fine fineshe ttne8hCvrg finehcw
she 8hCvrg hcw v ng hi ll th the national championships championshipsTh
Th Thr r M i kit it during the intermountaln intermountalnch
ch chof n fl5thipS hii hlps > s will be a decided feature featuremttee featunlof
of f III
1 1wo 1 mttee nlirdtti > e In charge has received receivedNo receivedwOE
wo h ht t a large deelgatlon of the Mon Montar Montar Montar I
tar Lirs i rs will compete As yet noth nothing 1I0thIng nothing ¬
ing tc i Len i en heard from Denver and with withthe withtbe withthe
the all persistent effort on the part of ofColorado oCeoiondo ofCoIQrado
Colorado not to recognlae Utahs athletic athleticclaims athleticclna athleticdarne
claims clna no Colorado players are expected expectedThe
The tournament however will be a good goodone goodone goodon
on one and will decide the Intermountain Intermountalnchampionship Intermountainchamplonahlp Intermountainchamplonehip
championship championshipHERE champlonahlpHERE champlonehipHERE
HERE ARE THE LEADERS LEADERSIN
IN THE THELEAGUE LEAGUE RACES RACESWith
With the clubs in the various ball ballleague banleapes beltleajues
league In the country at the threequar threequarter ¬
ter pole or better the stretch running can canbe canba canbe
be doped with a good deal of accuracy accuracyAt aCCUracAt
At pre present ent In the two doen leagues the theleaders theIt thehIer
leaders It are all going F > > lng strong but the thehave t thave they theyhave
have got to finish strong tren to win Here Hereera HerearB Hereare
era the leaders as they stand standNational otan4National standNatlona
National leaguePltttburg leaguePltttburgAmerican leaguePlttsburgAmertan eaguePlt burg burgAmerlm
American league leaguePblladetpbJa leaguePblladetpbJaPacU1c Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPacific
Pacific Coast learue lequeSn San Francises FrancisesEastern Franel8eeJ FrncI CS CSJ
J Eastern league leagueRochester leagueRochestert ieaguefloctaterAmerican Rochester RochesterAmerican
t J
t American association aaaoclationKlnneapoMt aaaoclationKlnneapoMtSouthem Minneapott MinneapottSouthern
Southern league leagueAUanta leagueAUantaWeflt8m leaueAUanteWeetern Atlanta AtlantaWestern
Western league leasueSloux Sioux City CityNorthwestern CityNorthwe CityNortbwest0rn
Northwestern Northwe tprn league IagueSeattle IagueSeattleCoaDe leagueSeattleOounecticut Seattle SeattleConnecticut
Connecticut CoaDe < tlcut league leagueHolyoke leagueHolyokeTriBtate teagRO1yOkSThState Holyoke HolyokeTriState
TriState league leagueLancaster leagueLancasterCentral Lancaster LancasterCentral
Central league Jea jeagne1Vheeltn jeagne1VheeltnCaroline e Wheeling WheelingCarolina WheeUntrCarolina
Carolina league leagueADderaon leagueADderaonTbree Anderson AndersonThree
Three I league leagueRock Rock Island IslandNew lelandNew IslandNew
New York State league lea leagueAlbany leagueAlbanyOhio Albany AlbanyOnto AInOhio
Ohio league JeacueLlma JeacueLlmaObioPenllllylvani Lima LimaOhioPennsylvania
OhioPennsylvania league eaueakPN eaueakPNS Aknm AknmSouth AknHISOuth
South S tith Atlanaic league leapeAucuata leapeAucuataTex Augusta AugustaTeza
Tex lop i Houston 1H01llltonte jeHouItOflWestern ° HoustonWestern
Western te association IUIIIOClationEnld IUIIIOClationEnldTIlIConsln easoclationEnidpnesotaWisconsIn Enid EnidMtaneaotaWisconsln
MtaneaotaWisconsln TIlIConsln league IeagUeWiaHRO IeagUeWiaHROt1seonMnIliinoIs Wtaewa WtaewaWlaconsintltinols IaeRa IaeRat
Wlaconsintltinols t eoa in Illinois league leacueKadhlola leacueKadhlolaV1q1nla leagueMadisonVirginis Madison MadisonVirginia
Virginia league leacueRoanoke leacueRoanokeBlue Roanoke RoanokeBlue
Blue Oraw league leagueRIchmond leagueRIchmondPAPKE leagueRichmondPAPKE Richmond RichmondPAPKE
PAPKE CHANGES PLANS PLANSBilly PCANSBilly
Billy Will Stick Stickinkewaunee in Kewaunee Until UntilHe UntilHe UntilHe
He Gets the Right Offer OfferBT
BT TAD TADNM TADYork TADNew
NM York Aug Au 23 23Billy 3BlllyPapke Billy Papke will willnot willnot willriot
not visit the east He wired Jimmle John Johnson Jobnson Johnson ¬
son 80 last night He had been offered offeredmatches offeredma offeredmatchis
matches ma by both the Armour and Fair lIafrmount Fairmount Fairmotint
mount rlnhs hs ti but will stick in Kewaunee Kewauneetint
tint 1 Mts ets > t8 a t match that will tickle his hisnal 1tspaJt s spalit
nal paJt a lid according to his brother Ed Eda sdat
a at r > t tIT jn latch with Ketchel is what he heJ heIs
Is t tJm
J Jm m toll lofiroth roth offered Bill a go with withOlr withOIlr withOIrit
Olr OIrit i i hut he refused Willie has been beendr beendN1tming beendrirning
dr dN1tming mi TK o < > i smacking Bill too but its itsoff Itsoff ltsoff
off ri ww i We might see Burke and Lewis Lewisgo
go o l h > re is i a fight that we know will willbe willbe wilLbe
be a fight fig t O course Lewis doeent have haveto
to ih flt r un1f unipss > ss he cares car to but gee whiz whizwH whizW whizwhn
wH W whn > Ti ui w we e get around here to put up upa uoa u ua
a fight such as Burke and Lewis put up upOnce upOnce upOnce
Once a year we see such a fight and then thenwe tJMuwe thenwe
we keep talking and ylpplng and howling howlinguntil howUnlunW howlingtinUl
until another comes along Come on onWillie onVWIe onWillie
I
Willie give us a chance to see you youSCHEDULED youSCHEDULED youSCHEDULED I
SCHEDULED VISIT OF OFLUXUS OFLUXUS OFLUXUSNINE
LUXUS LUXUSNINE NINE IS S OFF OFFA
A telegram received yesterday by It Bert BertMarietta BertMar88tta BertMaretts
Marietta from Manager Berkindhall of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Lu Luxus > Colorado ball nine announced announcedthat
that t ha i H rtLh r wh trip had been given Kiv up upTht UlThE upThe
ThE i n h i vII be a disappointment to the thefat thefa thefai
fat is s h Colorado team remembered rememberedfrcrn re m mfrN11
frcrn l M MT was counted on as fur furnisi furnisiUl furnisiri
nisi nisiUl i < iiiu good ball ballB
B 1 ItfgUts 11 rgettB and the Occidentals are arenov areno arenoI
nov no making klne arrangements to bring the theBl theEV theEl
Bl EV Nev team here and possibly po eibly an another anuther ancther ¬
other visit from Idaho Falls and nd other otherIdaho otherIdabo otherIdaho
Idaho teams teamsBIG teamaBIG teamsI teamsBIG
BIG PURPLE DAY GAME GAMEIS
I
IS CALLED OFF BY OGDEN 06DENOwing J JOwlne
Owing to the failure of the Ogden Elks Elksto
t to land Ia cl the grounds at Lagoon for Purple Purpleday Purpler Purpleday
r day the big battle on the ball diamond diamondbetween diamondhetWMR diamondbetween
between the Ogden and Salt Lake herds herdshas herdshu herdsbaa
has been called off for the time being beingCti MlngOJta
Cti OJta t tan in John F Tobin of the local localnln I locInIfl l lnln
nln i1liWler h > < > w lvcyer < er is planning to challenge challengethe
the ngrien nine for a game at Walkers Walkersfield Walkersf1el1 Vdkerafle101
field 1 ills is sure to be accepted By the theJunction theJunett theJuncti
Junction > City Citl lodge and d there is still stillhopi stlJlhop stflthop
hop fi flr r stiff sti arms and lame backs baeksTAKES backsTAKES backsTAKES
TAKES ONE ON THE SIDE SIDEf SIDEt SIDELos
+ f Los Angeles Cat Aug S 2In In a atelegram 4
4 telegram tet m to Tim McCarey a local localtlaWpromoter localflgbt t
4 t flslu tlaWpromoter promoter Jack Johnson the thec thecolored
4 colored c 10red heavyweight pugilist to tonight
4 night accepted an offer to fight the thewinner tltewfnner thewinner
+ winner of the battle which is I to take takeplace takeplace
+ place in this city tomorrow night be between between
t 4 tween Jim Barry and Jack Burns BumsTbe BurnsThe i
4 The exact terms of the agreement agreementhave agreementhlve
4 have not been settled but it is an announcd announCNl announced
+ nouncd that Johnson will receive receivethe receivet receivethe
+ the heavy end of the purse The Thefight TheI
I t t 4 fight will be for ten rounds and no nodecision noI
r I 4 decision will be announced in the thering thering thering I
+ ring ringTIE ringTe i iTe
+ Te mttth will take place on e either eithert ther thert >
4 t the f ZiSt T tl 4th f S ptf ptfmt ptfmttHtttHtt ptmbrI TTib TTib4MMtrt +
I 4MMtrt tHtttHtt HMM ttHttttttttt H H H H M
The fast Payson baseball team that has won twenty out of twentyfour games and challenges any amateur amateurteam amateurteam amateurteam
team in the state Reading from left to right Bottom row rowStevens Stevens Jackson Done captain Silman SilmanGray SiImanGray SilinanGray
Gray upper row rowStein Stein Petty AlIen assistant manager Hughes Taylor Taylor
IS LOOKING fOR fORPlACf FORPLACE
PLACE TO TRAIN TRAINJohnsons
Johnsons First FirstHunt Hunt in Frisco FriscoHowever FriscoHowever FriscolIovever
However Was for an anAutomobile anAutomobile anAutomobile
Automobile AutomobileBY
BY W W NAUGHTON NAUGHTONSan
San Francisco Aug 23 3At At last in the thecircuit tbeClrtult thebireult
circuit of the continent Jack Johnson Johnsonheavyweight JobnaonhevWeight Johnsonheavyweight
heavyweight champion of the world has hasstruck basstruck hasstruck
struck San Francisco Francl co The champion and andhis andhis andhis
his manager mau ger George Little arrived yes yesterday ycsterday yesterday ¬
terday morning mornl at 1145 oclock John Johnsons Johnsons Johnsons ¬
sons party was met at San Jose by a anumber anumber anumber
number or friends among amo whom was waaBob wuBob wasBob
Bob Armstrong Clarence B Eiltelle tele and nd Kid KidNorth IldNorth HidNorth
North prominent among the local negro negropopulation negropopulation negropopulation
population populationJohnson populationJobnSOft populationJohnson
Johnson registered rel 1tered at the Estell and andBancroft andBancroft andBancroft
Bancroft hotel in Townsend street and amiLittle al1JLittle andLittle
Little at the St Francis The first thing
Johnson did after landing In town was wasto wasto wasto
to shoot about the business center look looking looking looktog ¬
ing towards buying an automobile John Johnsons Johnaons Johnsons ¬
sons plans are unsettled He believes believesthat believesthat believesthat
that he has had enough of the gay life lifeand lifend lifeand
and nd will go Into training Immediately Immediatelywithout Immedltelywithout Immediatelywithout
without waiting for the outcome of the theKetchelLangford theKetcbelLaqford theJCetchelLangford
KetchelLangford fight In New York YorkJack YorkJack YorkJack
Jack says he will train for the fight with withKetchel wltbKetchel withKetchel
Ketchel in October but he is undecided undecidedas
as yet et where he will train trainThe trslnThe trainThe
The champion is said to be much larger largerthan largerthan
than formerly He Is weighing over the
220 20 mark and says he never felt better
In his life Bob Armstrong who was at atone atone atone
one time a sparring mate of Jim Jeff Jeffries Jeffries Jefflies ¬
ries when he trained at Harbin Springs Springswill
will most likely IIk ly act as a trial horse for
Johnson Johnson has a trainer named
Foroy ForoyJohnson ForoyJohnBOn ForoyJohnson
Johnson will be busy the next few days
l looking over the various training places
The champion says that he will make
his hi quarters in the beet supplied and andmost andmost andmost
most easily accessible training camp
Stanley Ketchel returned from Point
Arena Hot Springs today and Manager lrna er
Britt announced that his charge weighed
185 1 pounds and was In condition to fight fUhtat fltthtat
at any ny time Britt may leave for New
York today todayBIRD todayBIRD todayBIRD
BIRD LEG COLLINS WANTS WANTSMATCH WANTSMATCH WANTSMATCH
MATCH WITH SULLIVAN SULLIVANBacked
Backed by b Joe Burns one of the live livecolored liveoolored livecolored
colored boys of alt Lake as a man manag manr manager
ag ager r Bird Leg Collins the clever col colored colored eeloreI ¬
ored lightweight is out after a match matchwith matchWith matchwith
with Pete Sullivan one of the best little littlemen littlemen littlemen
men in the business Collins is admitted
by b all followers of the game In this sec section section section ¬
tion to be one of the best on hand and andeven Indeen andeven
even Sullivans admirers admit that Col ¬
lins will make him a good fight flsjitJoe fightJoe ffttJoe
Joe Burns said yesterday that he had hadready
08 ready for a side bet and forfeit and andwould andwould andwould
would like nothing nothln better than to see Col Collins Collin Cotline ¬
line lin and Sullivan matched for Labor day dayat dayat dayat
at Pocatello Pete has a great following
In Idaho made when he whipped Cyclone CycloneJohnny CycloDtJobnny
Johnny Thompson and the fans would wouldturn wouldturn wouldturn
turn out strong to see him fight again againCollins againCollins againCollins
Collins is also known in Idaho and a big bi bidelegation
delegation of his friends In this city would wouldmake wouldmake woulmake
make the trip As a moneymaker and as asa asito asa
a go ito to give the fans their moneys worth wortha
a SullivanCollins go would make a hit hitMOTOR hitMOTOR hitMOTOR
MOTOR RACES WILL BE BEHELD BEHELD BEHELD
HELD AT BRIGHTON BEACH BEACHNew
New York Aug 23 3On On the heels of the theseven theseven theseven
seven tragedies which christened the new newmotor newmotor newmotor
motor speedway at Indianapolis last week weekwith weekwith weekwith
with blood will come another season of ofautomobile ofautomobile ofautomobile
automobile racing on Metropolitan tracks tracksOn trackilOn tracksOn
On Friday and Saturday of this week the theBrighton theBrighton theBrighton
Brighton Beach track will see another anothertwentyfourhour anothertweptyfourhour anothertwentytourhour
twentyfourhour race and several shorter shortercontests shortercontests
contests George Robertson the winner winnerof
of the twentyfourhour race at Brighton Brightonearlier Brightonearlier
earlier in the season ason will 111 drive again againOther againOther againOther
Other drivers will be Ralph Do Palma PalmaCharles PalmaCharles PalmaCharles
Charles Basle Ralph Mulford and Harry HarryCobe HarryCobe harryCobs
Cobe CobeThe CobeThe
CobsThe
The Brighton track has been improved improvedand
and nd is now believed to be the fastest mile milecourse mlhtcoone milecourse
course In the country countryIn
In addition to this twice around the theclock theclock thecIod
clock contest H speed enthusiasts will willhave willbave willhave
have a ehanee on Labor L oor day to see a arAce 380 380mite e emile
mite rAce on the old track of Guttenburg GuttenburgN
N J JI JI
I TODAY IN SPORT ANNALS ANNALSI I If
I I Il IUISoAt IIEAt
l UISoAt At Cherry Point Va Billy Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards defeated Sam Collyer in forty fortyseven forteven fortyseven
seven rounds for 2000 000 and lightweight lightweightISTif IIghtw8llhtchamplonahlp lightweightchampionship
championship champlonahlplSiICaPtaln championshipMatthew
ISTif lSiICaPtaln Captain Matthew Webb unaided by byeither byeither byeither
either floating or lifesaving apparatus apparatusswam
swam across the English channel from fromDover fromDover fromDover
Dover to Calais Calais1118At Calals1S84At
1884 1118At At San Francisco J K Klein in inrifle Inrlne inrifle
rifle shooting contest scored 96 6 out of ofl
100 l at S08 QS and 900 OO yards yards181GAt yardslSmAt
180 181GAt At Helena Mont W J Quinn de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated M 1 > 1 Sorakiehi in GraecoRoman GraecoRomanwrestling Graee GraecoRomanwrestling Romn Romnwrestling
wrestling match for 1000 StooaIThe 10001The
1892 IThe The Pacific Northwest league de decided decldoo decidod ¬
cided to disband dls nd awarding the champion championship champlonsblp championebig ¬
ship of the second series to the Seattle Seattleclub Seattleclub SeattleConey
ebig
club clubUIOOAt
1800 UIOOAt At Coney Island Bob Fltzsim Fltzsimmons Fitzsimmons Fitzalmmona
mons knocked out Tom Sharkey in the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second round roundlI01At roundI0iAt
1301 lI01At At Denver George Dixon and Abe AbeAttell AbeAttell AbeAttell
Attell fought ten rounds to a draw draw1908At draw1905At drawI90At
1908At Leavenworth Hugo Kelly Kellyknocked Kellyknocked Kellyknocked
knocked out Tony CaponI Ca onl in sixth round round19I1iAt roundliO7At
1907 19I1iAt At Omaha Walter T Hayes suc successfully sueceulullr succresfully ¬
cessfully defended his title of middle middlewestern middlewestern middlewestern
western tennis champion championIS
IS GIVEN THREE DAYS DAYSNew DAYSNew DAYSNow
New York Aug 28Clark Griffith Griffithmanager Grltllthmanager Griffithmanager
manager of the Cincinnati club was to todax todX tolax
lax suspended for three days by Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent Heydler for objecting to decisions deei8lonsmade j jtnad I Imad
mad > last saturday 11 by > > > tmplre Rigler RlglerSalt RiglerSalt
40 40Salt
Salt Jake Ph Philto to Supply Co 0 Kodaks Kodaksand Kodaksand Kodaksand
and Kodak finishing 142 Main St
BASEBALL RESULTS I
NATIONAL NATIONALLEAGUE NATIONALLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost PC PCPlttaburg pcPlttaburg PCPlttsburg
Plttaburg 70 30 725 725Chicago mChleaso 72 72Chicago
Chicago 74 7 38 BNew 879 879New mNew
New York 69 69Cincinnati 3 40 40Cincinnati 3 3Cincinnati
Cincinnati ii M 600 600Philadelphia iOOPhDadelphla 100Philadelphia
Philadelphia 49 60 460 4608t 4IiOilL 450gt
8t Louis 45 4 61 6 413 413Brooklyn 413Brooklyn 41 41Brooklyn
Brooklyn 40 4 OB OBBoston IIIBoston i 317 317Boston
Boston 28 8 88 88GIANTS 83GIANTS S 5 5GIANTS
GIANTS BUMP HARDEST HARDESTNew
New York Aug 21 1The The Giants beat beatCincinnati beatCincinnati beatCincInnati
Cincinnati today 12 to 9 They bumped bumpedthree bumpedtbree bumpedthree
three pitchers harder than Cincinnati Cln nQati did dida
a like number Nine hits and seven ven runs runswas runsA1iS runswas
was what the Giants got In the fourth fourthinning fourthInning fourthinning
inning when they were three runs to the thebad thebad thebad
bad Seymour opened with a double and andMcCormick andMcCormick andMcCormick
McCormick slammed a single OHaras OHarassingle OHara1single OHarassingle
single hit Seymour Devlin singled fill filling filling filltog ¬
ing the bags Bridwell delivered a dou double double double ¬
ble and McCormick and OHara scam scampered scampered scamimered ¬
pered in Merkie made good and Devlin Devlinand Devlinand Devlinand
and Bridwell registered Meyers walked walkedand walkedand walkedand
and worked a double steal with Markie Markleputting MarkIeputting Markieputting
putting Tennys understudy In the air airDoyle airDoyle airtoyle
Doyle was walked and both he and Meyer Meyerian Ieyerran
ran home on Seymours seoond s oond hit of the theinning theinnlns theInning
inning inningOHara
OHara was hit in the seventh stealing stealingsecond stealinglleCond stealIngsecond
second got third when Dubuc muffed the thethrow thethrow thethrow
throw to catch Devlin and scored on onEgans onEgans onEgans
Egans bad heave of Brldwells grounder grounderDevlin grounderDevUn grounderDevilu
Devlin got to third on it and came in on onRoths onRot onRoths
Roths Rot poor throw Ames Am hit scored scoredBridwell seoredBridwelL scoredBridwell
Bridwell Both pounded one each eachln in the theeighth tbeeighth theeighth
eighth while Cincinnati got two more in inthe Inthe inthe
the last Score R H E ECincinnati EClneinnatl BCincinnati
Cincinnati 9 12 1 1New 12NewYork S SNew
New NewYork York 12 1 IS 2 2Batteries IBatterleGupel 2BatteriesGasper
Batteries BatterleGupel Gasper Campbell Dubuc and andRoth andRoth andRoth
Roth Crandall Marquard Ames and andMyers andMyen andMyers
Myers Umpires UmpireRigler Rigler and Kane KaneHONORS KaneHONORS KaneHONORS
HONORS ARE EVEN EVENBrooklyn EVENBrookbn EVENBrookyn
Brooklyn Aug 23 3The The Dodgers and the theCardinals theCardlnala theCardinals
Cardinals broke even today Bell found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the visitors easy in the t e first contest hold holdIng holdIn holdlug
lug In them to five scattered hits while his histeammates histeammates histeammates
teammates clouted the ball hard and andoften andoften andoften
often oftenIn
In the second game Paatorius had hadnothing hadnothh1c hadnothing
nothing and was found for thirteen hits hitsin hitsIn hitsIn
in the first six tx innings Scores ScoresFirst ScoreFirst ScornsFirst
First game R H B SSt B8t BStLouts
St StLouts Louis 0 6 1 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn
Brooklyn 7 1 1 1Batteries 1Datterfe8Ralelcb 1BatterIesRaleIgh
Batteries Datterfe8Ralelcb Raleigh Melter I Iter and Pheipc PheipcBell PheJfIIIJDell PhelpeBell
Bell and Marshall MarshallSecond MarshallSecond MarshallSecond
Second game ame R H E ESt ESt BStLouis
St StLouis Louis 9 15 11Brooklyn 2 2Brooklyn 2Brooklyn
Brooklyn 1 S 1 1UmplreKlem 1tjmptreKiem
Umpire UmplreKlem UmplreKlemPIRATES tjmptreKiemPIRATES Klem KlemPIRATES
PIRATES TAKE TAKEFAST FAST GAME GAMEPhiladelphia GAMEPhlladelpbla GAMEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Aug M IThe The Pirates shut shutout shutout shutout
out the th Phillies today toda 2 to 0 Leach got gotone 80tone gotone
one of the run with a long home run runwhile runwhile runwhile
while Wagner W er scored the other after he hehad behad hehad
had singled A couple of singles sent senthim senthim senthim
him around Leifield held the locals to tofive tofive tofive
five widely scattered hits Titus was the theonly theonly theonly
only one who could do anything with his hiscurves hiscurves hiscurves
curves and his best was two singles The Thegame Thepme Thegame
game was very fast and marked by good goodfielding goodfielding goodfielding
fielding on both sides Score R H B BPhiladelphia BPblladelphla KPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 0 6 8 8P 0Plttsburg
Pittsburg P 2 7 2 2BatteriesMoore
Batteries BatteriesMoore Moore ji r and d Doom ln LJflelj Lei LJfleljand Leifleld Leifleldand Held Heldand
and Gibson Umpires UmplresJobnstone Johnstone and andBmslle andBmslle andKmslte
Bmslle
CUBS POUND PITCHER PITCHERBoston PITCHERBoston PITCHERBoston
Boston Aug IS J5The The Cubs batted out a avictory Iivlctof avictory
victory over the Doves this afternoon afternoonand
and won easily They started Ritchtes Ritchtesballoon Rtchletlballoon Rhtehiesballoon
balloon going in the first with two runs runsand runsand runsand
and pounded out nine more in the sec second second seeond ¬
ond Curtis held them safe after that thatPfeister thatPlelater thatPfeister
Pfeister went along all right rlg t until the thesixth thesixth thesixth
sixth when he was found for f r three runs runsand runsand runsand
and three more in the eighth The Cub Cubleader Cubleader Cubleader
leader put Overall on the mound and andstopped andstopped andstopped
stopped the slaughter r Score R H E EChicago EChicago BChicago
Chicago 11 11 1 1Boston 1Boston 1Boston
Boston 6 10 4 4Batteries 4Batterie 4BatteriesPfefster
Batteries BatteriesPfefster Pfeister Overall and Archer ArcherRitchie ArcherRitchie ArcherRitchie
Ritchie Curtis and Graham Umpire UmpireODay UmpireODay UmpireODay
ODay ODayNORTHWESTERN ODayNORTHWESTERN ODayNORTHWESTERN
NORTHWESTERN LAGUE LAGUEVancouver LAGUEVancouver LAGUEVancouver
Vancouver Aug 23 23Score Score R H B BSeattle ESeattle BSeattle
Seattle 451 451Vancouver 4 6 6Vancouver 2 2Vancouver
Vancouver 174 174BatteriesHall 1 7 4 4BatterteHaJl 4BatteriesHall
BatteriesHall and Sh Shea a BrlckMn Gil Gllllgan Gilligan GilIlgan
llgan and Sugden SugdenPortland Su SugdenPortland en enPortland
Portland Aug 23 21Score Score R H B BTacoraa ETacoIna BTacoma
Tacoma II 112 12 1 1Portland 1pqrtJan4 1P
Portland P G 9 5 5Batter1811Fnench 1EatteeleeFrtnob
Batteries Batter1811Fnench French Butler and Dash Dashwood Dashwood Dashwood
wood Samuels Pfnn Altahner and Arm Armores ArmbrwIter Armbneter
brwIter brwIterAlHtrde bneterAberdeen ores ter terAberdeen
Aberdeen n Aug 28 IScore Score R H B BSpokane BSpok BSpokgne
Spokane Spok 033 033Aberdeen 0 0Aberden 3 3 3Aberdeen
Aberdeen 114 114Batteries 1 1 1BatteriuBrlnktr 4 4BatteriesBrinker
Batteries BatteriuBrlnktr Brinker and Spencer Stark Starkall
all and OBrien OBrienAMERICANISSOCIATION OBrlenAMERICAN OBrienAMERICANASSOCIATION
AMERICANISSOCIATION AMERICANISSOCIATIONAt AMERICAN AMERICANASSOCIATIONAt ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAt
At Kansas City CltyKmsas Kansas City 3 Mil Milwaukee MUwaukee 3111waukee ¬
waukee 7 7At 7At 7At
At St Paul PaulMinneapolis Minneapolis 0 St Paul 1 1At 1At 1At
At Toledo ToledoToledo Toledo 6 Columbus 5 5At 5At 5At
At Louisville LouisvilleLouisville Louisville 2 Indianap Indianapolis ¬
oils 9 9CHURCHILL 9CHURCHILL 9CHURCHILL
CHURCHILL DOWNS TO TOHAVE TOHAVE TOHAVESHORTRACE
HAVE HAVESHORTRACE SHORT RACE MEET MEETLouisville MEETLouisville MEETLouisville
Louisville Ky Aug A g 23 23Thlrteen Thirteen days daysof
of fall racing at Churchill Downs were wereannounced wereannGunced wereannounced
announced today to Colonel Matt J Wlnn WlnnSept WlnnSept WlnnSept
Sept 25 2 to Oct 9 to be the racing term termLouisville termLouisville termLouisville
Louisville turf men are Inclined to be believe bel1ee believe ¬
lieve the Downs meet will draw the best bestcards bestc bestcards
cards c rds obtainable in the United States be because becau80f because ¬
cause cau80f of the projected opening of the theWlnn theWlnn theWlnn
Wlnn track at Juarez Mex shortly after afterward alterward afterward ¬
ward wardColonel wardColonel wardColonel
Colonel Wlnn stated that western horse horsemen horsemen horsemen ¬
men had told him they intend to move to toLouisville toLouisville toLouisville
Louisville from Sheopshead with their theirracing theirracing theirracing
racing complement while the eastern east rn own owners owners owners ¬
ers said Colonel Winn regard as a for fortunate fortunate fortunate ¬
tunate stopping place on the long trip tripthey tripthey tripthey
they Intend to gi give e their horses to Mexico MexicoHamlln MexicoHamlin MexicoHamlin
Hamlin paints Need any signs
AMERICAN AMERICANLEAGUE AMERICANLEAGUEWon LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost LostPhiladelphia PC PCPhiladelphia PCPblladelpbia
Philadelphia 71 71Detroit 42 42Detroit I IDetroit
Detroit 7 71 43 4 01 01Boston atBoIIton U1Boston
Boston TO W 46Cleveland 4 W WCleveland 103Cleveland
Cleveland XI 58 liSChlcap m mChicago 436Chicazo
Chicago 9 57 41 41New MN 11Nework
New N Nework w York 18 Z M MSt NStLouts
St S StLouts t Louis 45 1 fa faWashington IiWaahlQlrton 36Washington s
Washington 9i 3 SI SISOME 11SOME 31SOME
SOME HITTING HERE HERECleveland HEREClevelaI HERECIeveIaid
Cleveland d Aug 23 Philadelphia made madeit
it four straight today by batting three threeCleveland threeCleveland threeCleveland
Cleveland pitchers hard and conafetently conafetentlyRhoades collllilltentlyRhoades consistentlyRhoades
Rhoades retired In favor of Sitton after afterthree afterthree fterthree
three hits and four runs in the first firstThree firstThree firstThree
Three more runs and as many hits in the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth caused Sittons downfall Berger Bergarwas i3r i3rwas
was unable to stem the tide Indifferent Indifferentfielding Indifferentfielding Indifferentfielding
fielding by Cleveland was of more assist assistance aseistance assistance ¬
ance to the Athletics AthleticsMorgan AthletlcMorgan AthleticsMorgan
Morgan had the game in band at t all allstages allstages allstages
stages Morgans stop of Flicks slow alowgrounder slowgrounder slowgrounder
grounder into Davis hand In the fourth fourthand fourthand fourthand
and HarUells recovery after losing Brad Bradleys Bradieys BredIcys
leys fly In the sun in the fifth Were the theonly theonly theonly
only features Score R H E ECleveland KCleveland ECleveland
Cleveland 000 100 OB 0 S 8 8Philadelphia 2 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia 4000802112 400 010 Sh1Z 112 13 13Batterle 4 4Batteries 4BatterfeeRhoades
BatterfeeRhoades Batteries Rhoadee Sitton Berger and andClark andClark andClark
Clark Morgan and Livingstone LivingstoneSMITH LlvlnSJItoneSMITH LivingatoneSMITH
SMITH WINS HIS GAME GAMEChicago GAMECblco GAMEChicago
Chicago Aug 23 33Chlcago Chicago won the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final game of the series from New York YorkSmith YorkSmith YorkSmith
Smith pitching grand ball and nd holding the theHighlanders theHighlanders theHighlanders
Highlanders safe all the way A bunt fly flyover flyover flyover
over Smiths head headlollowed folio wed by Sweeneys Sweeneyshit
hit saved New York from a shutout The TheWhite TheWhite TheWhto
White Sox pounded Chqebro for three threeruns threeruna threeruns
runs In the first inning DoughArtys dou double double double ¬
ble over Bugles head sending home two twoChesbro twoChesbro twoCheebro
Chesbro pitched well Manning was wasslaughtered wasslughtered wasslaughtered
slaughtered the Sox making two runs on onfour onfour onfour
four hits in the ninth Score R H S SNew ENew KNewYork
New NewYork York 1 C S SChicago 1Chicago 3Chicago
Chicago Ii 7 1 1Batteries 1Batteries
Batteries Chesbro Manning and andSweeney andSweeney andSweeney
Sweeney Smith and Owens OwensTIGERS OwenaTIGERS OwensTIGERS
TIGERS OUTHIT BUT WIN WINDetroit WINDetroit WINDetroit
Detroit Aug sL 2Though Though outhit by
Washington Detroit was victorious over overthe overthe overthe
the Senators and incidentally made It Itfour Itfour ittour
four In a row from the luckless visitors vl visitorsCrawford vteitorsCrawford ltors ltorsCwfonl
Crawford and Unglaub featured tured the game gamewith pmewith gamewith
with their terrific batting Score ScoreR licoreRHE
R RHE RHEDetroit H B BDetroit BDetroit
Detroit 11 9 0 0Washington 0Waahlnton 0Washington
Washington 6 12 5 5Batteries 5natterle8WUlett 5BatterleeWlllett
Batteries natterle8WUlett Wlllett and nd Stanage Gray
Groome Smith and Street StreetONE StreetONE StreetONE
ONE BAD INNING INNINGSt
St Louis Aug 33 ISt St Louis dropped droppedthe I Itbe
the final game of the series here today
to Boston IJo ton 3 to 2 Bill Bailey was effec effective effective effective ¬
tive save In the seventh sevent vent inning when whenBoston w whenBoston efl eflBoston
Boston pounded him for four hits and andthree andthree andthree
three rune Score R H K KSt ESt KStLouls
St StLouls Louis 5 1 1Boeton 1Boston
Boston 3 4 4 4BatterlesDalley 4BatteriesBailey
Batteries BatterlesDalley Bailey and Stephens Steph Clcotte Clcotteand Clcottend Cicotteand
and nd Donahue DonahueWESTERNTJAGUE IonahueWESTERNLEAGUE I
WESTERNTJAGUE WESTERNTJAGUEDenver WESTERN WESTERNLEAGUEDenver LEAGUE LEAGUEDenver
Denver Aug 23 IScore Score R H K KDes EDes KDesMohtes
Des DesMohtes Moln e 5 sio 10 0 0Denver 0DPnvr 0Denver
Denver 150 150Batteries 1 1 IS ISBatteriesBang 0 0Batterle
Batteries BatteriesBang Bang and McManus Berger Bergerand Dergerand Bergerand
and Holey HoleyWichita HoleyWichita HoleyWichita
Wichita Aug 21Score Score R H B BSioux BSioux KSioux
Sioux City 4 II 1
Wichita 8 IS 1 1
Batteries DtteriMClArke Clarke and Towns Aitchteon Aitchteonand
and a Jokerat JokeratTopeka JokerstTopeka JokeratTopeka
Topeka Aug 2S DScore Score R H H HLincoln
Lincoln 6 12 12Topeka i 0
Topeka 170 1 7 7BatterlesForrest 7BattoriesForrester
Batteries BatterlesForrest Forrester Farthing and Ma Mason Mason ¬ I Ison
son Wright and Henry HenryCHAMPION HeniyCHAMPION HenryCHAMPION
CHAMPION YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERSTO
TO RACE IN FUTURITY FUTURITYNew
New York Aug Aug23The 23 3The The futurity which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be run the opening day at the Sheeps Sheepshead Sbeepehead Sheepshead
head Bay track a week from today will willhave willhave willhave
have about a dozen 2yearold starters startersand startefland startersand
and among am them it Is believed will 111 be bethe bethe I
the coming champions of the turf From Frompresent FrompreHnt Frompresent
present Indications the field will probably probablybe I
be James R Keenes Sweep and Gras Graamore Grasmore Grasmore
more August Belmonts Star Bottle and andDull andDull andDull
Dull Care Charles HcManus Rocky
OBrien 0 Ellen James Gaffneys Barley Bar Barleythorp BarleythorpJohn thorp ythorpJohn thorpJohn
John K Maddens Sticker Hampton Court Courtand Courtand Courtand
and Bishop H P Brandts Big Stick K KR ER BR
R Bradleys Collnet W J Youngs Mes Mesmerizer Mesmerizer Mesmnerizer
merizer and T W OBriens Perry John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son sonEntries Entries for the futurity closed on Jan
2 187 with 954 I nominations of which 334 334were 314were 334were
were void 389 declared at 10 each S3 S3at saat 83at
at 20 0 each 56 at t 80 80MAY Q QMAY 0MAY
MAY SUTTON STARTS PLAY PLAYWITH PLAYWITH PLAYWITH
WITH DECISIVE VICTORY VICTORYNlagaraontheLake VICTORYNlagaraontheLake VICTORYNiagaraontheLake
NlagaraontheLake Aug 23 SThe The All AllCanadian AllCnadmn AllCanadian
Canadian and International lawn tennis tennistournament tennistournament tennistournament
tournament began here today on the thegrass thegrue thegrass
grass courts of the Niagara Golf and andTennis aDdTennis andTennis
Tennis club The entries to date are areSummaries 23 23Summaries 228 228Summarlea
Summaries SummariesInternational SummarleaInternational SummariesInterilational
International ladles open singles slnglesIIss slnglesIIssMay Miss MissMay
May Sutton Pasadena Cal beat Miss MissKeith 11188Keith 3liseKeith
Keith Toronto 61 60 60Miss 6 6Ml 60Miss
Miss Ml Beard Cleveland beat Miss Hunt HuntToronto HuntToronto HuntToronto
Toronto 61 6L 6LMrs 61Mrs 6LMrs
Mrs Hannam Toronto beat Miss Fair Fairburn Fairburn Fairburn
burn Toronto 61 60 60HALF 60HALF 60HALF
HALF MILLION POUNDS POUNDSOF
OF MULLETS CAUGHT CAUGHTBeufort
Beufort N C Aug 23 23A A catch C tch of the themullets tJi tJimullets themullets
mullets aggregating half a million pounds poundssaid poundssaid poundssaid
said to be the largest ever known along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Atlantic coast was made off this port portby portby
by deep sea fishermen today todayThe todayThe todayThe I
The fishermen went to sea In search of ofmenhaden ormenhadn ofmenhadcn
menhaden but their boats ran into school schooNf
of < f n mulhts ull ts miles long and each vessel wag waaloaded wagloaded wasloided j
loaded to tiC t gunwhales with them
PACKEY WANTED WANUnI
I IN THE SOUTH SOUTHI
I
I New Orleans Man Desires to toProvide toI toProvide
I Provide McFarland With WithQuarters WithQuarters WithQuarters
Quarters QuartersNew
New Orleans Aug at 31Greet Great effort is isbeing Isbeing Isbeing
being made by Dominick J Tortorlcn Tortorlcnwho
who is looking after the Interacts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the West Side Athletic club and engineer engineering ¬
ing the match between Packey McFar McFarland llcFarland MoFarland
land and Ray Bronson on September 12 12to 12to 12to
to induce McFarland to come here Sep September September September ¬
tember and train for the fight fightA
A training camp will be established in inthe Inthe inthe
the vicinity of West End a popular lake lakeresort lakeresort lakeresort
resort and fans who are anxious to tothe tothe we wethe >
the classy cla lY lightweight In his workouts workoutswill workoutwill
will be conve conveyed > ed to and from the train training trainins training
ing camp in sightseeing i i autos Bronsin Bronsinwill Bronsqnwill Bronsmwill
will arrive here about a week before the thfmjtch thtmatch thematch
match He is training near Indianapolis Indianapolisand
and writes that he is getting along in inppn injerdld n nppntiid
ppntiid ppn id condition ami has every hoji1 hOI > f Tstirig fstaying fstaying
staying twenty ounds with McFarl McFarlail McFarlailack no noJack
Jack Roberts a young t Chicago li ligt ligtwght 1 t tnt
wght < nt ight and considered a comer will m mt mtome t tome tsome
ome good 133poundT > r in the sei semi semiwindup sentwIndup a aw
w windup ndup ndupi
i The services of Parke Packey McFarland are arewanted arewanted
I wanted abroad Packe Packeys s business s ag agent agnttoday agenttoday nt nttoday
today received a telegram from C F FMathiason FMathiason FMathiason
Mathiason the American matchmaker of ofthe otthe ofthe
the London Sporting club asking for the thej thebpst tnebest
j best terms to sign for a twentyround twentyroundtight
tight with Johnny Summers It Is not notlikely notlikely notlikely
likely that Packey will cross the pond pondhowever pon ponhowever ponihowever
however for he is desirous of getting gettingNelson gettingNelson gettingNelson
Nelson in the ring and until the cham champon champion champion
pion absolutely refuses to meet him himPackey himPackey himPackey
Packey will remain on this side of the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic
NAVY SHOOTERS SHOOURSARE
ARE IN THE HAD HADMassachusetts LEADMassachusetts
Massachusetts and New York YorkPressing YorkPressing YorkPressing
Pressing Close CloseInterna CloseInternational Interna International ¬
tional Match Planned PlannedCamp
Camp Perry Perr 0 Aug 3S 214t At the end endof endof nd ndof
of the second 100 yards stage of the theNational theNational thaNational
National Rifle team match which whichopened whlcbopeed whichopened
opened this morning on the 20 sot tar targets tarpts targets ¬
gets with fortyeight teams contest contesting contutIn contestlug ¬
lug In for the national trophy the United UnitedStates UnitedStates VuitedStates
States navy is I ahead with 1081 but butMassachusetts buta butMassachusetts
Massachusetts a sachusetts is crowding hard with
1075 and New York with 1070 Qn Qnthe Onthe Qnthe
the 200 00 yards shoot which opened the thematch themateb thematch
match the navy led ledl closely pushed by bythe bytb bythe
the tb Annapolis Anoa Oll cadets cade while at t 600 600yards 800yards 600yards
yards the New York team which came camehere camehere camehere
here with only about a weeks prac practice practice practice ¬
tice at t Seagirt tied the navy for high highscore hlShscore highscore
score and pulled up from ninth to third thirdplace thirdplace thirdplace
place placeSteps placeSteps placeSteps
Steps toward arranging with Canada Canadafor
for an n international meet next month monthat
at Seagirt have been taken by the theAssociation theAnoclaUon theAssociation
Association of American Riflemen Riflemenwhich Riflemenwhich Riflemenwhich
which held a meeting here last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The association elected General Spen Spencer ¬
cer as president The shoot is being
held under the auspices of the national nationalboard nationalboard nationalboard
board for the promotion of rifle prac practice practice practice ¬
tice The prizes sought by 57C rifle riflemen riflemen riflemen ¬
men are re the Hilton trophy the bronse bronsesoldier bronseaoldler bronzesoldier
soldier of Marathon and nd twelve cash cashprises cashprlse cashprizes
prizes prisesThe prlseThe prizesThe
The first contest was at ZOO yards yardsslow yardsalow yardsslow
slow fire in which the United States Statesnavy Statesnavy statesnavy
navy team was first with a score of ofS22
S22 5 The Annapolis cadets were but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two points behind for second place placeIowa placeIowa placeIowa
Iowa and nd Massachusetts were tied for forthird forthird forthird
third place with 517 517ANTEDATE 617ANTEDATE 517ANTEDATE
ANTEDATE ANTEDATEA FISH LlGENSfS LlGENSfSA
A C Smoot Didnt Know He Couldnt CouldntDate OouldntDate CouldntDate
Date a license Back a Day or orTwo orTwoWi1l orTwoWill
Two TwoWi1l Will Be Proseouted ProseoutedA
A C Smoot of Sugar House empow empowered empowered empoweed ¬
ered by the state fish and game com commission comminion cornmission ¬
mission to sell licenses is on the rack ruckfor rackfor ck ckfor
for antedating an cdatinc licenses licensesMr lIcenaesKr
Mr Smoot said yesterday he did not
know he was doing anything wrong in
dating a license back a day or > twoA twoA two twoA
A 6 Betts was arrested for fishing fishingwithout fishingwithout fishingwithout
without a license on August 8 He prom promised promIsed promteed ¬
ised to put in an appearance so the thegame thegame thegenie
game warden allowed the old man to go goon goon goon
on his own recognizance A short time
later Betts was taken in again but this thistime thi8time thistime
time produced a license dated August 6
It was then learned that he had visited
Mr Smoot for a license It was on Sun ¬
day and nd Smoot thought it would not
be legal to make it this date so he dated datedthem datedthem datedthem
them August 6 which was on Friday He Hewill Hewll1 Hewill
will be prosecuted for this violation of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the flab and game laws lawsA I IA IA
A similar case came up about two twoweeks twoweek twoweeks
weeks ago when Freeman Bassett of
the Western Arms Sporting Goods Goodscompany Goodscompany Goodscompany
company was found guilty of antedating ante aUng
a license unwittingly benefittlng benefltU a man manwho manwbo manwho
who had been arrested for illegal fishing
He was fined 3 3GAME 2S 25GAME 2SGAME
GAME NOT NOTDEAD DEAD HERE HERESanpete HERESanpete HERESanpete
Sanpete Ball League Has Meet and andDirectors andDirectors andDirectors
Directors Make Ruling RulingSpecial RulingSpecial RulingSpeclal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Aug 23 IThe The directors directorsand directorsand directorsand
and other members of the Sanpete Val Valley ValJe Vatlay ¬
lay Je Baseball league Je met in I the t Commer Commercial Commercl ¬
cia cl dub cub rooms r of this thh city clt last night nightto niht nihtto
to consider condr questions quUo of disputes disutes and ad pro protests protlt protests ¬
tests son tlt that have arisen arn during dung the sea season NaIn season ¬
sonThe In The first fr question fuUo discussed dl8B was W a pro protest pr protest ¬
test of the t Moroni Morni team tem against lnet the Fair Fairview Fir Firview Fairview
view team decision
on a dalo of the th umpire
After Aftr about abut twohours two hu hours discussion dioJ the thequestion tie tiequeton thequestion
question queton was wa decided ddde4 in favor favo of Fair Fairview FairVw Fairview
view viewThe viewThe
Vw VwThe
The next nxt matter matt of business buslne was a pro ¬
test tet of the Ephralm Ephlm team against pr the
Mt 11t Pleaaant Ple nt team tm on account of o the th Mt
Pleasant Plt teams teamJ playing pying Roy Ry Selman Slmn of
Payson Payn in the pitchers plters box The T prott prottws protest protestwas
was ws sustained auetn by the director dreto and ad the thegame thegm thegame
game gm was wa scheduled sheduld to be played over
barring barDg Selman Slman from the pitchers picrs box
The Mt Pleaaant Plet boys boy refused refU to play ply
the game over ove in Bphralm Ehraim and a in that thatevent thatevnt thatevent
event evnt the game will be forfeited forfeite to Eph Ephraim Ephrahn
raim raimIn rai rahnIn Eh Ehrai
In consideration considration of this the Kphralm
boys promised promld to play Mt Jt Pleasant Pet Ephim Aug
23 in this city cty This Tis game gam will wi be b one oneof OMof oneof
of the most mot Interesting IDteting gam gD games e of the te sea season season season ¬
son as al there the is 1 much rivalry rvalr between bween bweent
Mt t Pleasant Pleaant and ad Ephraim Ephrm In this t game
Selman will yloh pitch for Mt Mt Pleaaant Plnt and
Gi OrevB Greaves eaves for Ephralm Ehrai The game gm will 11 not notbe nt ntbe notbe
be a league leg game gm but It will wi be one of ofunusual otununal ofunusual
unusual interest interestTooele Intert IntertTooele interestTooele
Tooele Excursion Sunday
1 round rund trip trp for visit vist to the new newsmelter newletr newsmelter
smelter letr town tow
UTAH FOOTBALL FOOTBALLCAPTAINRESIGNS
fOTAll fOTAllCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN CAPTAINRESIGNS CAPTAINRESIGNSTillie RtSINS RtSINSTile
Tillie Tile Olesojk 0 OIesojGreatTackIe es Great Tackle Will WillLeave Wi WillLeave
Leave oU the te Gridiron for forBusiness forBusines forBusiness
Business BusinessAlong Busines BusinesAlong
Along with th th the resignations r aons of J H HMaddock HMaddock
Maddock Maddk as coach and E J Milne Mine as a as assistant assstant assistant ¬
sistant sstant coach the University Cnlversty of Utah is isto isto isto
to receive recive another athletic athletU loss in the th res resignation resIgaton resIgnatlon ¬
ignation Igaton as captain of the 1909 19 football footballeleven fotbl footballeleven
eleven of Victor tor Oleson The announCe announCi announCemeat iniioiincement
I ment was ma male < le known MtircM tr1a and it
VICTOR TILLIE TILLE OLESON OLESONCaptain OLESONCaptain OLESONCaptain
Captain of University of Utah 1909 1909football 109 109footbll 1909football
football footbll eleven who resigns to go gointo goInto gointo
into business businesscaused businesscaus businesscaused
caused caus a mild mid sensation 8nAtion among the stu students atudentB students ¬
dents and followers tolowrs of the te game at t the theuniversity theuniversity I Iunhrsly
university unhrsly The T gloom glom was however howeverlightened howver howverlighted howeverlightened
lightened lighted by Olesons OenJ statement atement that while whilehe
he had handed in I his resignation rsigation to go gointo goInto gointo
into business busDe there was ws a chance chanc that thatbis tht ththis thathis
his venture vntur would wou1 be b postponed one year yearIn ye
ppond
In which event evnt he would be seen sen in I mole moleskins mle mleskiD moleskins ¬
field this fall fallOleson fallOleson
skins skiD on Cummings Cmm feld th fall
Oleson Oln better bter kow known aa Tillie TW has haswon haswon
won his hi U four time tlme on the th crimson crimsoneleven cril crimsoneleven
eleven and n le I admitted one on of the best besttackles bt bttkleo besttackles
tackles tkleo ever evr produced in Utah Uth la l rec recognition r recognitlon ¬
pruc
ognition for his work on the te gridiron his histeammates bl histeammates
onltlon wor gdron
teammates tDat elected 8eted him to succeed suc Dad DadConville Dd DdCvUe DadConvtfle
Conville CvUe at the t close cl of the t football footbl sea season sa salut seaton ¬
son last fall Almost ADt more mre than the loss lossof lossof
of the coach will wil Oleeons Oens departure deparu be befelt befelt
felt fel at the university this thi fall With much muchnew muehnw muchnew
new nw material mterl to be b developed dveloped a veteran veteranfor
for a captain and tackle is a big neces necessity necessity ¬
sity sityIn sityIn sityIn
In view of the fact that there is a chance chancethe cl chancethe
the th friends fends of Captain Cptain Oleson OBOn and nd the thefriends thefrnd thefriends
frnd friends of the th university will wil make m every everyeffort eery eeryefor everyeffort
effort efor to keep the captain eptln In the t line lie this thisfall thisfall
fall tal talGRUDGf fallGRUDIIE
GRUDGf AGAINST YOUNG YOUNGCORBfTT YOUNOCORBETT
CORBfTT CROPS OUT iN iNROAST INROAST
ROAST fROM EHRIINER EHRIINERDenver
Denver Colo Aug 23 Z3rank Frank Fank New Newhouse Newho Newhouse
house ho the wellknown webknow trainer ter of fight fighters tht thter ¬
Texas Texasleague Texasleague
ers and now umpiring umpirng in the
league er aD evidently has ha not forgotten forgoten hisuge hisgrudge his hisgrudge
lae evidenty no
grudge against aainst Young YOUI Corbett Corbt for under underdate uder uderdate underdate
uge
date line of Shreveport Shrevepor La L he writes wtes a ascorching ascorchng ascorching
scorching scorchng letter whether he is right or orwrong orwrog orwrong
wrong wrog here her Ispart lt is pirt of it UI itI
I see that Young Youn Corbett Is back bk in inDenver InDenver InDenver
Denver s He should be ashamed asha of him himself hm hmsU himself ¬
self sU to even show himself hlf Mma lf on the streets streetsof
of that tat town tow after alr the manner in which whichhe whh whhhe
he has b always alw roasted rot the Denver Dnver pee people peepie ¬
ple I wish I was wa there thu so 8 I could at attach attacb attech ¬
tech the receipts reclpt of the tight with Shoels Shoelsas Shols Sholsas
as he still st0 owe owes me m for training trlng him for forMcGovern forJcvem forMcGovern
McGovern in Cincinnati Clnat But then owing owingla owingI
la Jcvem I his hi long lon mitt Ilt and h he has h never nve been beenknown bn bnknow beenknown
known know to pay a debt de I Just got gt a letter letterfrom leer leerfm letterfrom
from fm Shannon py where whr he 1 didnt dldt pay even evenhalf een eenhf evenhalf
half hf of his training tig expenses expns for fo his hisfight hisfight
fight with Johnny JOhnn Frayne Fyn But I will wU run runacross runacross
across fgt 80 wth him some sme day and n get what wht he heowes heowes heowes
owes me m I know knw he le is down and out outand outn outand
and wont make mke any more m r fights so my mychances I mychances
chances chance mine n are not very ver good g in gettingmine getting gettingmine
ANACONDA ENTRIES ENTRIESFirst ENTRIESFst
First Fst race rae four fur and aa a half hf furlongs furlongsselling fuo furlongssellingLuke
selling slinsLke sellingLuke Lake McCoy U U 1W Sea S Green Grn 17 17Taasfe 1 1Tant 117Tansle
Taasfe Tant 107 14 Tiber Tbr Hff 1 Stanley St MUford MUfordW7
W7 Silver ver Grain Grin IV IVSecond 1 110Second
H S
Second Sen race r six 8 furlongs furion selling sellingEta sellingEtahera Bto Btokara
kara br 122 1 1 Friar lar of Elgin 119 Bryan Bra m mZ 113Zoo 11 11Zoe
Zoo Z Young YOUD 122 12 Kerry Ker lt 11 Angleaea Ale 1 113 113Evran 11 11Evran
Evran 111 119 Judge Cabanira 112 BoMe BoMesKill Bobieskill
E 1 JUdg Cah 1
sKill 119 Bavaria 117 Monsie Moble 117 117Third 117Third
skl 1 Ravr 17 Mobe 17 17Tird
Third Tird race r five fve and a half furlongs furlongsselling furlongssellingMasapan
selling BllgKapn sellingMasapan Maaapan W7 W Force Foe 106 10 Irish IrishMike Irh IrhKte IrishMike
Mike 112 Platoon 109 Jillette 107 Al AlHamptiom JJHamptiom
Kte 11 Pt 18 JOette
Hamptiom HampUol 17 l Senator Snto Barrett Brtt 112 1 mi Pru Prudent Frudent ¬
dent 100 10 Filing ln Dance Dan 100 100Fourth 1 100Fourth
Fourth race r five fve furlongs tr np the Yelo Yellowstone Yellow Yellowstone ¬
stone handicap handicapGloiio Qtorio 116 Antiocb Atioh 85 85Hannah 81Hannah
1
se bandle 1
Hannah Knight Hann Kght 110 110Fifth noPfth 110Fifth Louise Lou M 9 5 Native Natve Son Sn 96 I byte Le LeKght byteKnight LyteKnight
Fifth Pfth race rc one OS mile lli selling sellingBonfils UngBnfl Bonflls 97 97Lola f 1 1Lola
Lola White Whit W7 Aunt Kit Xt 95 9 Salina SaUD 107 107No 10 1tPNo
No Rule W 37 7 1i Luxurio Luzurio tn O 108 18 Docile Die 107 107Patriotic 1 1Patet 117Patriotic
Patriotic Patet 106 106Sixth 1o 1 1Sixth
Sixth Sit race r seven e furlongs fulqP selling sellingOva sellingOvatortali ln lntorl Ora Oratorian
torian torl 109 10l Miss Bute Butte Moor Aoor Wf 1 Her Hersaln Hersate
sate 107 10 Bast kut at End ElUl ni 109 i John Joh J Jlo Rogera ogers ogersDaughter
109 lo Mimics Mlmcs Daughter Duhter 187 2 Search S Me MeANACONDA
112 Hark Harka 10 10ANACONDA
It ItANACONDA
ANACONDA RESULTS RESULTSAnaconda RESULTsAnaconda TI TIAnnd
Anaconda Annd Aug Au 23 a1It 33Results 33ResultsSecfld Results ResultsFirst
First Fr race r five trl furloage Camera woo wooMay
14845 14845Second 1 May la Bride Bre 6 seoond s Lilllum Lllm third tblr Time 1
6nd
Second nd race five fiv and aD a half furlongs furlongsOld furlongsOld
Old Ol Nick Nik r won won Banthel Bntl Second tnd Judge Ju Ca CabannlM CaNJI Cabanuiss
bannlM NJI third t Time T 101 l lThir 26 26Third 25Third
Third Thir race r seven ae furlongs fr furkflmgsMInnIe Minnie nnle won wonBonflls wn wnBonil wonBonfthi
133 13 Bonflls Bonil 45 45Fourth 45Fourth second snd No Rule Rle third ti Time Tm
Fourth Ph race race seven s furlongs fulonprelo fulonprelowon furlongaOrelto furlongaOreltowon Orello Orellowon
won Buena second M Voltrome Voltrme third thirdTime thirdTigte
Time Te 134 13 4S 4SFifth 41 44Fifth
Fifth Ffb race re six tx x furionga fr furlongsGene O ne Wood Woodwon Woodwon
won Cobblesklll Cbblekl second Yellowfoat Ye11wO p tt thirdTime third thirdTime
Time Tme 119 1 19 36 36Sixth 25Sixth I
Sixth St race Ne six sx furlongs frDYoo furlongsTote Yolo won wo Bry Bryan Br Bryaft ¬
an second Mimics Daughter third Time
136 I 1 snd Mlcs Duhter thir Te TeI TeRENO
RENO ENTRIES ENTRIESFirst ENTRIESFrat
First Frat race r a six furlong t selling leUgAk aellingAks Aks Ar ArBen ArB ArBen
Ben B 103 1 Buckthorne Bucktre 104 lo Warm Wr Light Liht Liht1M
101 Rose Ros Daly Dy 109 Aucassin Auain 111 111Second nlSo 111Second
Second So race ra one o mle mie selling sellingLady sellingLadyAllele Lady LadyAlicia
Alicia Alcia 102 10 Kaiserhoff of 104 1 Prince Pnce of ofOrange ofOe ofOrange
Orange Oe J94 J 4 Cocytaa Cotu 104 1 Prolific Polfc M4 M4Invader 1 104Invader
Invader Invae 104 lO Qlaucus Glauc 107 107Third 1 107Third
Third lrd race ce five fve furlongs frlonla selling aelngLdy aelngLdy1laz sellingLady sellingLadyMazapan Lady LadyMazapan
Mazapan 99 Chanate 105 Swaggerlator SwaggerlatorM9
1laz 9 Cat 10 Swarlator SwarlatorLr
M9 LIbervaie Lr 113 11 La L Chats Cbt 113 It 11 Mollie MolUeMontrose MoUI MollieMontrose
Montrose man Montro 115 115Fourth 1 115Fourth 111 11 The T Mouser Moul 111 11 11 Gov Gv Or Orman O Orman
Fourth Furh race re six s furlongs trlop selling slq slqbel aellinghig aellinghigbet Ma Mabel ¬
bel Hollander 95 9 Esthisr Etbir thir M 100 10 Queen QueenBeosie QueenBeasie
Beosie Ble MO 1 14 Dr Shern Sherman 102 10 El E Paisano PaisanoMB
MB Elmdale Mi MiTribuneReporter 106TribuneRoporter
1 1 1TrbuneReporter p
TribuneReporter TrbuneReporter Printing Prtntng Co C 66 6 62nd W W2nd W2n
2nd 2n South SL 81 Phones 71S 71
UJLV BICYCLE RICYO A 5iJj F RACES TONIGHT TONIGHTSALT
SALT PALACE SAUCER SAUO R TRACK 815 815Samuelson 815Samuelson 815Samuelson
Samuelson vs Whittier Vhitler Match Motor Race Professional ProfessionalBast
Best Bat two in three two mile mie heats third boat het pursuit pursuitFiveMile punultTheefortl pursuitpro
ThreofourtHe Theefortl mite mil handicap pro proAustralian FiveMile Western Champion Championship ChampionTwomile ¬
Wester
Australian pursuit puruit amateur amateurTwomite amateurTomile FveMle
Austral
Twomite Tomile open o lap amateur ship sp Professional ProfessionalHELDS ProfessionalHELDS Profe3on1
HELDS MILITARY BAND ADMISSION 25c E5cTickets 25cTickets
Tickets on sale at Stlckneys Stckneys Cigar Store StoreTHE StoreTHE StoreTHE
THE WORLDS FASTEST RIDERS RIDERSThreofourtHe
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ON THE BOARDS BOARDSSamuelson
Samuelson to Make Second At Attempt Attempt Attempt ¬
tempt to Regain His Lost LostLaurels LostLaurels LostLaurels
Laurels LaurelsThe
The arena arna room rom onl only > sign will wl he hehung ichung
hung out at the Salt Sal Palace Pala saiu sUH sUHtrack r rtrack rtrack
track tonight where Manager Manage Hear Heagnl Heagnlotered t toffered i ioffered
offered otered features featuresTheo fEaturel featuresThee a race meet with two tIO deciit deidtl deidtlfEaturel de defeatures i ifeatures
Theo The Samuelson Sauelln with h his mot motr motrhonors > r rhonors rhonors
honors wrested from fom him to y > Whiulti Whiultitae Wh I Ithe
tae t f former forer wobbling wobblng wizard wardmake v w 1 1ruike
make the th try tr of the seatm se1 to coi coib i iback 11 11back
b back ick as the te champion tonight T Tue Tr Tie > < >
ue between btween the two ulll wi be dec delij deby i 1 J Jh jhy
h hy three heats two to be run as < idi idiirv rdiiary i iary
iary irv sprint races rces with the thl pale diuit divik1 di I Ii II
i 0 1 Tile third as a pursuit pUfuit race raceeer racePer raceNever
Never Per before have motor races ras taken takenn takenthe tHkLthe
> n the appearance apparance of sprint races rces racet a ahat as
t 1 Y hat this year Both WhitUr WhitUrj hittkr hittkrJ r rql
j il 1 Samuelson have tuned up tinir tiniri tidr tidr1ahlu
1ahlu i hines < s to the top t p notch and both botiu i iU
u > riding with throttle throtte wide open openThus openThil
Thus Thil far Whittler hi tier has come out ah aha a afll i 1 1id
id 1 < the work of the two riders rders tonight tonightwill tonlgtwil tonigntwill
will be well worth
wil wel seeing seeingA seinggreat
A great race is also expected In tofivemile tf t tthemie j jfivemile
fivemile themie open opn professional professiona westei wei weichampionship a achampionship i ichampionship
championship in which the twentv twentvtwo twen twetvtwo t ttwo
two professionals will wl go at it hammr hammrand ban hamr r rand rand
and tongs tongsThe tongsThe tongsThe
The three thre other races should make makethe ma makethe ke kethe
the sparks sprks fly fy as well wel particular parcularly particularlythe a athe sthe
the amateurs amateur are having a nice litt ltG ii a afight i ifight
fight of their own ow winch Wlch adds to I Ifun th thfun t II IIfun
fun funAside Aside sie from fm the te features fe the te prof profslonals prDfH prDfHslonal pr prsIoz2ala
slonals slonal will have hv a threequarterT threequarterThandicap tuarterm tuartermhndcp threequarterihandicap
handicap hndcp and a the te amateurs aur will wi witseen i iseen
seen sen in I an Australian Au pursuit and anltwomie i itwomile < I Itwomile
twomile twomie open opn lap lapAGAINST lapKICK lapIIN
KICK AGAINST AGAINSTTIO TWO UMPIRES UMPIRESBig
Big letfne Lee Xawgen ur Say 81 That Tht Both BothOlottghlin Bth BthOoughia BothOLoughlin
Olottghlin Ooughia and ad lifler Jer Are ArePrejudiced ArePrejudic ArePrejudiced
Prejudiced PrejudicedNew Prejudic
New York Yo Aug a ftProtests IPtts Protests against againsttwo agnttwo t ttwo
two major mr league le umpires w have hve havemade beiu beiumade he hemde
mde made and nd Investigations In may tol follov follovManager fi fiManager ow owManaer
Manager Manaer Stalling 8talll of o the te New Yrk YrkArc Yi V > iK iKAmerican 1 1American
American Arc league team t baa b wired wre Prr PrrIdent P PIdent rf rfIet
Ident Iet F J Farrell Fal of o his b club that T Tpire 1I 1Ipin I Ipire
pire Silk ik OLoughtln OLoqtln is prejudi prjuoi prjuoia prejiagainst < t tagainst
against his team and that In
a tel yestfx yest yestama i igame Y Yame
game ama In Chicago Cico he deprived the theTorks theY hr hrorks
Torks Y ob of a victory vctor by a I decision decsion wi n wwas i i iwas iwas
was pronounced pronounce manifestly manifesty unfair unfairChicago unfairChicago J JChcao
Chicago Chcao critics critl and fans fansMr fansM fansMr
Mr M Farrell rreU says sys he will wi take the theter rrit rritter Tat Tatter
ter up with President Pesident Ban Johnson i t tprotest 1protest I Iprotest
protest against agast OLoughlln OLughln being assM at i ito 1to Ito
to umpire any more games pla played > d b by i iNew t tNew tNew <
New York team teamClark tm tmClak teamClark
Clark Clak Griffith Griffit manager of the Clf Ci Cinati < lr lrnati j jnat
nati nat club cub of the National Natonal league ha h hIstered i iIstered 1
Istered a protest against t mpire lmplre 14 Hil I Iand v r rand r rand
and his decisions at the Polo
hs deisons groun grounSaturday grounSaturday Vl VlSturday
Saturday Sturday Griffith Grifih has ba telegraphed tle < phe Bount GHI GHIHerrmann G I IHerrmann 1
Herrmann of the t Cincinnati Cncint club cub tht tr I IRlgler t
Rigler defeated delet the te Cincinnati Clnelnqal team tialilhededlacelPaskatoutaIthe v vhe r rhe
he hededlacelPaskatoutaIthe hededlacelPaskatoutaItheafter deolare1 deolal Paskart P out at the r rafter ra raafer
after afer Myera Mye had b dropped dr a throw thrmand n hi i j jand
and also a when wen the umpire called ca caikigins ed l lgins Ig
gins g out on strikes strikesSARATOGA ste steSARATOA strikesSARATOGA umpn
SARATOGA SARATOA RESULTS RESULTSSaratoga RESULTSN RESULTSSaratoga
Saratoga N Yf Y Aug U H 33The The Te K KntlJ Kselling > i tu h hselling h haelq
selling aelq stake ste at five flveo and onebalf ollf t fur furthe lii liithe >
the feature of a ordinary
feaCu very v oa ra card cardBratop i
Saratoga Bratop today toy resulted lutted in an a eas eastory eastor ea eatory
ful tory tor for the odc oddson favorite avote Res H 1fr <
fulSteeplechase ful
Steeplechase Steepeha Jockey Jo Mahon KOD recef recth > i ibad i ibad l
bad fall when his hi mount mount Commodore Codore p ptain F Ftaln I Itame
tame fell fU I1 at a the first t leap lp He vaa 1amoved z zmoved > t tmoved
moved to the hospital hospitalFirst hospitalFirst pt
Ft First race r one o mile mllMobau mileMombassa Mombassa lo n T Twon i iwon 1
won Footpad Foot 11 1 to t t I second nd J H i 1to
4 to 1 third thir Time TimeSecond TlI Timei 1 31 S 25 25econd
Second Sd race re steeplechase about aboutmiles aboutmilesBobbin t > ImiaBobb
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dent det King 10 1 to 1 second and gparkcr rkpr >
1 1 thi third Time Time43326 Time43326Third i3Ji i3JiThird 31
Third Thir race r five fw furlongs furloRspons furlongsBapon furlongsBaponto R < spons i J Jto Jto
to 5 won Glen BlD Heln 2 to 1 1 aecond Ind T r 1
10836 1 106 H Only Oly two starters startersFourth arf startersFourth
Fourth Fourh race rae mile and an a eighth elghthGrd elgh elghOrande i iGrande
Grande Grd 10 1 to 1 won Mba J Kfarnej K arney 1 i
lBl6 lBl6Fifth 11 11326Fifth 1 second J c Seraph Spb S to t 1 1 third tbrd T TlBl6 Tim 1 >
Fifth Ffth race ra seven H furlonga furlongsAunt Aunt j i
8 to t l 1 won Joe o Rose Re II to t l ser sJrd sJrdTver s sTrouvenr r i
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