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Whats WhaesWhatinSorts All What the Time in i Sports SportsAll II 1UUVVUV AftA AftB T TROUT < R 0 UT F FOR 0 R U UTAH T A H S STREAMS T R IJ IAti MS TheSportingAuthority TheSportingAuthorityof TheSporti of Salt g Lake uthority uthorityAll
Number to Be Planted From FromMurray FromMurlay FromMurray
Murray Hatchery Breaks BreaksAll
All Records RecordsVISIT RecordsVISIT RecordsVISIT
Starting next neXt week the work of enrich enriching enricbIng enrichlug ¬
ing th < streams of Utah by more than than4000e than4000eo
4000 4000eo < Hi 1 truut fry will be undertaken by bytbe b bthe bythe
the ci Ilal iti tt fish and game department Of Ofthe Ofthe Ofthe
the > > ng trout 800000 will come from fromtbe fromthe fromthe
the statf tat hatchery at Richfield 350000 330000will 350000will 350000will
will l b > jmtn gjnn to the state by the Rio RioGrand RioGran RioGrand
Grand Jo Railroad company and 3000000 3000000will 3000000wlll 3000000will
will mm from the state fisn fi i1 hatchery hatcheryat
at Murray MunaTh MurrayTl > I
Th i umber is l by b far the largest ever everplant everplantd
1 plant plantd d ill the state and speaks well wellindeed wellIndeEl wellindeel
IndeEl for the work of f F W Chambers Chambersstate Chambersstate
state liMi and game commissioner and his hisstaff hisstaff hisstaff
staff of whom Brig Madsen chief dep deputy deputy deputy ¬
uty and E N Jacklin hatchery super superintenutnt superintenu I
intenutnt inten Lnt nt are deserving of a friendly
handshake from the fishermen fishermenAs
As A till guests of tile state warden a apart apart aIurty
part of sportsmen und newspaper men menlsitd HIeDIsltfd menlsittd
lsitd tin state tat < hatchery at t Murray ye yeterda yes yelifhrda yesterduv
terda The They went upon invitation by
the itate warden who wh said that he was wasS000 was3000j
aOOOfIo S000 > live 1lv ones contrary to 0 some of th thnot thlt thltnot thunot
not truing ing to plant newspaper l1ewsp per fry but butplanting butplanting butplanting
planting in the th past pastTh pastTh pastThe
Th < party > included the warden Chief ChiefDepuiv Cl ChiefDeput ef efDeputy
Deputy Brig Madsen and Joe Smith dis district district dietijet ¬
trict wanki wti A ucl d < for Salt Lake and five other othertouniifs otheroum otherOUfl
touniifs oum if Th l h < hatchtr > is a mile J De and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half t kat ivt I > t of Murray and lies in the bi bibaslr big
basil t tht Big Cottonwood CottonsoodModel CottonwoodModel CottonwoodModel
Model Hatchery HatcheryOn
On < of f I the main n ntetsitiC vtais for a rood roodbatch podhatch goodhatch
hatch ygood clean and an cold water wateris wa wais
is wtll supplied su lied for this hatchery T Tthe fe tothe
the In 1Ial1 iaruh tin < h of Big Cottonwood d is added addedMX addeix I
MX ix wills with an anagt flow of 100 MOsalloii 100gallo
gallo < 1110 to the mmut th > combined flow flowlurnlhiig no nolurnlhing flowiLlrnIhig
lurnlhiig an ample water supply for fortank1 fortanks fottank
tanks and breeding bn > edlng pools poolsA
A 1 1 < at the hatchei with its itaOQUOOi itsiGIOO
OQUOOi 100 tins trout was < nough to make makeiver makelover makevery
lover very > tishtrmdns heart beat faster The Theeggs Theeggs Theeggs
eggs < jl J ilbctd tid from tin waters of Utah Utahprint Utahprlnc Utahprlncaily
print prlncaily i lally ill b by Brig M Jladsen idsen in the Prove Proveri Proverier Provoriver
ri river er Ii been propagated and today todayare
are r ii a ly to iw r > e piarud in the streams streamsof
of < > f tl Hat t tate ite They are pronounced b bi by byIXpe byxpers >
i xpe xpers i in he the finest fr fry > s seen > In th thwest thwtst the thewesi <
west westTht wtstrh wesiTh
Tht icuit lIit of the springs hatch in the thenew th thnpw thnew
new h h1 it t try inr comes as a cause of great greatJollifi greatjolifiiIion greatJollifTi
Jollifi jolifiiIion i n on 1 the part of the fish and andKami andaml andgam
Kami aml dltrtment I < irtment Many mid when the theplan ttoJlan theplan
plan of f gathering ess e eggs gs from the TTtan TTtanstream rtahtltreams ttanstreanm
stream was aiinouiirid that it would wouldluil wouldlall wouldtall
tall fiineipally fi l1clpall because weau it had never suc sueceedtil sucleedtd succeeded
ceedtil before Undaunted Mr Madden Maddenset Mads tl tlSlt
set tn t work and gathered the eggs and andturntl an anturltE amturn1
turntl 1 them over to the state hatchery
In the past the percentage loss has
btf been > n v yry i r high one local concern lo losing ° mg
SOOOfri1 2000 fr fry on account of incompetent
handling Here again the chief deputy deputaided deputyaided deputyaided >
aided li by Sui Superintendent > erintend it Jaoklln arranged arrangedthe arrangathe
the j pnOnt > ie > nt system of unation whereby wherebthe
the 1 he witer OItr supplying the f fry > v tanks Is made madeto
to go thrtHigh falls of several feet gath gathring gathrlng gathering
ring < up ox o oxygen sei > in its fall The fry tr trfrom
from MM L to10noo to10 of which are confined confinedm
m ri one 0 tank use till > and need n e < l lots of oxy oxygt oX oxygin I Igpn
gt gin n making a continuous flow necessary necessaryHospital nlc nlcHospital neeeeryHospital
Hospital Tanks TanksTh TanksThe
Th system sttm of giving oxygen to the theair theair thtair
air I tjd a proved entiie entlny > successful anu anuthe andthe anuthe
the los of fr fry has been practi practii practlally practically
i ally nothing 11 > > t hing That this percent of loss losswas loswaB losswas
was n nt T t < onsiderable on iderable if is i partly > due to the thehosi ththoslital thrhO8lltaI
hosi hoslital iuil tanks It srems that when whenone whenone h n none
one f the 111 little fish becomes weak ht htdroph h hdrop htdrops
drop t i the foot of the th > tank where th thwater thwater thwater
water 1s 1 more quiet and the effort to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep a breast of the stream is less At Atneeded Atneeded Atneeded
needed intervals the fr fn from the bot bottom bottom buttorn ¬
tom i of if f the tanks art stooped up and andturned andturned
J turned into a tunwaj t unwa which leads to four fourmuch fourt
t t much larger tanks In the th open air H Hn Hnthe 1trethe rt rtthe
the larger amount of water and the open openair optnair openair
air ft It g t to work and the Invalids are aresoon ar arsoon arsoon ±
soon fighting for their food as hard as asthe a athe asthe
the r rst rstAs bt btAs
As H vt1l ill II as tile fry tanks the hatchers hatchershad batchershad hatchershad
had mon than a dozen concrete breeding breedingtanks bre breedingtanks ding dingtanb
tanks out ut in the open air Here the fish fishsave fishsave fishtiave
save are being grown for breeding There Thereare
are the mountain trout rainbow trout troueastern troutpastern trouteastern
eastern rook trout and German browns brownsa
a apt1Cid p xric 1 breed import d from German GermanThe GtrmauyThp
The party reached the tanks Just at atfeeding atfeedln atfeedin
feeding time yesterday Once the buckets bucketsof
of f ffJ J made up of w wheat heat shorts and anilmeat an anmeat andmeat
meat apptaied fIlJt1i1 ed the fish fii < h showed their theireagerness theirlgerIWflR theireagerness
eagerness b by an occasional occcl < ional deap dt > ap into the theair theair theair
air am and gemral activity As the food was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown into the watrt much splashing and andjumping audjumplrg andjumping
jumping w wnt nt on o all except in the Ger German German German ¬
man brown i l tank ink It se seems ms > that the Ger German German German ¬
man browns are the bulldogs of the trout troutfamiU troutfamily troutfamily
family at the hatchery hatcherVhi hatcherytkn hatcheryWbn
Wbn Vhi tkn n strangers are looking into the thetank thctank thetank
tank not a jump K seen and the food rests restson
on top of the tli water but once the patch patchIs
Is cl ckar < ir thi thrt re is i greater energy than thanelse thanelselllhre t an anelsewbe
else elselllhre elselllhreTo hi rt rtTo
t To the big fish seientvfive pounds of ofration ofration ofrations
ration a given d daily Mi while the fr frconsuni fry fryronaun fryconsuTlu >
consuni thirtyfive pounds of beef liver livergrouml liverground livergTOUIII1
ground fine and fed to them twice daily dailyThe daB daBThE dailyThe
The w work irk of planting planti the fry will lw lwbtgui bfbegun bebegun
begun next week Warden Chambers will willmakl willmak willmake
make his allotments and an the district war wardens wardens wardens ¬
dens lvil l attend to t th the e planting pi llting Ever Evercounn Eercounty Evercounty
county in > n the state with the th exception exceptionof
of G Garfield irfieid Kane Vintah l ntah and Iron will willrecei willrecehl willrecelv
recei L a hare of th fr fry the four Jur cour counties courtits courties ¬
ties n 11l111d mi d being impossible iml > sibJf to reach witt witfry wittfry wittfry
fry on n account ic count of the th long drives mi mihot Rnhot1athfr anLhot
hot hot1athfr w ivathr ath r They will ill receive the spring sprinfry
fry hvweir hvweirCormnMoner hcwLrCorn01bkmer TiwevurCornmioiner
CormnMoner Chambers is being con congrattilitdl c eongrattiltted n ngratull
grattilitdl gratull tI1 on all siilis from sportsmen sportsmenwho
who hap a sited the latrheries Alreaaj Alreaajunder Alraaunder A1reaaunder
under his office thanks to the new fisn fisnand ttsrand flsrand
and Firm 01e law the output of the state stateitrout i itrout i itrout
trout fr fn has been more than doubled anc anuthe ancthe ancthe
the ame i11t increase is planned for each eachear eactyear actyear
year ear Not ot a trout raised will iII be offerea offereefor
for salt until the state hatcheries are abb abbto abltto ablito
to c mplffh stock its own streams streamsToda streamsToday streamsToday
Today Mr Chambers and party win winmehiiate wiiinveHlplt WIIJinveetigate
mehiiate the waters of f Lake Blanche Blancheup
up liif i Cottonwood canyon where next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week < i lar large t number of fry will be plant planted plantfd
ed Iw hy Superintendent Jacklin and jot jotSmith jo joSmIth lotSmUll
Smith district warden The lake Is said saidto saidto aidto
to b a i fire fin place for trout breeding breedingTh
Th first ir = t batch bit teh to be planted will b bthat 0that bthat
that I tllrnihd irni hrd by the Rio Grande com compan comlan cornpany
pan J Th h f fry r were purchased by th thoom thcompany thecompany
oom company > an in Colorado and will be turneu turneuover turneuoer turnecover
over i li < th state flth and game depart department departmtnt departinent
ment to be planted < 1 in lTtah count countstrellms county countystrenres j jstrejinib
strejinib The railroad company considers considersthe
the planting of tro trout t fr fry > an excellent excellentmean excellentmean excellentmean
mean of > advertisement advertisementWl
Wl 1 i 1 k not as large as the hatcheries hatchpnesof
of c othr 1 < r states the ITtah hatchery hatcb at atMurra atlulTa atMurray
Murray is I equally as efficient as th thlargi thtarg the thelarge
large arg itcheri r > s Mr Chambers has built builtup builtup builtup
up an fficient force H Hr ° wants the help helpof hE helpof > lp lpof
of tli portsmen and public of the Plate Platein Itatt statin
in tb work now being beingmdertaken undertaken With Withj Ith IthItert
j Itert 0001 oOrfratlon eratlon it will not be long longI lon lonbefor longbeforf
befor I 1ths tnhs fish and game will n no noonly nt ntonly it itonly
only h a 1 Kft great at advertisement adveftis < ment but a last lasting lasting lastIng
ing nil i
4 4 < La hago cttpo o Aug K zrPresident President Taft TaftwtO Taftwho f
+ wto is to lx > the ynt guest Ifst st of the > Ham HamUton +
4 4 llton dub Thursda Thur da Sept Pj I from fromII 4 4i
i l3 > o clock in the < u JftrnO1n fti rno > n urtil he heIeal1 heleavt 4 4leac
leac P the city elt the ilIo tllo f llV1i1g iiiK morn4 morn nornlng 4 4ing
4 ing has forwarded 1 hi ii aptance a i ptance of ofan ofan +
+ an invitation from of ofij is s Jf < > t the thclub theclub > 4 44club +
4club + club to attiad a CI sp > < i td < 1 la basball basballgame l > all 4 4 4game
4 game in the th afternoon afternoonThe + f I
4 + The da day is an open date for the theWeet 4
I + West Side Sil tc ham t am A special game has hasbeen f I
+ been jrringed a rr1 ng for between the Chi4 Chi Chlcago +
4 cago iiril ri N Nw > w York Yr rk National league leagueteaI leaguetean +
+ team 1 i i program r ieran for the eve pvn pvnIng n 4 4Ins1 4Ing
+ Ing idinmfnt ici for the nresidcnt jrf presidcrtbe < sidnt sidnthat + 4ha
+ ha r yn r i ti rompb co 1pldpl 1pldplI ted 4 4BILLIARD 4BILLIARD
+ + + > + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Melbourne Aug A ug i ZA A worlds worldsir fCcord fCcordSI1re r or orSr
score Sr e at atJ t Englh J iiJJiads i 3 Wl1 is mad madEngl marlt t
J i t tf 1r 1I 1EngIsh ir t ti < i iscore 11 J I
f tt r t tf <
f r
Engl EngLh ah tandanl t as n s t
San Francisco Aug 25 5Get Get up Jack Jacklet Jacklet Jacklet
let John sit down do n runs the old song and andthat andthat andthat
that was about the way of It in pugilistic pugilisticcircles pugilisticcirc pugilisticcircles
circles circ s yesterday
Jack OBrien was on the verge of sign signing IIlgnloe signlag ¬
lag with Al Kaufman The thing had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone so far in fact that OBrien engaged engagedtraining engageGtraining engageetraining
training quarters at the Seal Rock hole holeThen hoteiThliln hotetThqn
Then along came John Johnson the theworlds tbtworlds theworlds
worlds champion and captured the Kauf Kaufman KautlBan Kaufman ¬
man contingent Early last evening
Johnson and Kaufman were signed to tobox tobox tobox
box ten rounds at Coffroths Mission Missionstreet Missionstreet 1I8II1onstreet
street arena on Admission day Septem September ¬
ber 9 and OBrien was left lamenting
This is the way the cat jumped When WhenJohnson WhenJohnson WhenJohnson
Johnson arrived In town a few days ago agohis I1gohis go gohis
his name was linked with Kaufman KaufmanBCoftroth KaufmansCoffroth a aCoffroth
Coffroth asked ked the champion for his fig figures tlSurea figurea ¬
urea and they were too large Coffroth Coffrothtold Coftrothtold Coffrothtold
told Johnson what he could afford to pahim pay payhim pa pahim
him and Johnson rushed for his automo automobile automobile automobile ¬
bile muttering Im no cheap guy guyThen guyThen guyThen
Then Coffroth gave his attention to toOBrien toOBrien trOBrien
OBrien and matters seemed to be going goingsmoothly goingsmoothly goingsmoothly
smoothly in respect to a KaufmanOBrien KaufmanOBrienmatch
match Morris Levy representing Kauf Kaufman Kaufman Kaufman
man wanted OBrien to sign articles at
10 o oclock Monday night OBrien said saidGive saidMINJOSH saidMINTOSH
I IWill
Will Give Fitzsimmons Tour TourBurnsLangford TourBurnsLangford TourBurnsLangford
BurnsLangford Fight Is IsGiven IsGiven IsGiven
Given Up UpBY
New York Aug EHugh Hugh Mcintosh MclHtoshthe Hcl toBh toBhthe
the Australian promoter leaves tor oe K Lon London L0ndon London ¬
don tomorrow He is going to Australia Australiawhere AuatralIawbere AustraULwhere
where he is 1 to arrange a tour for Bob BobFitssimmons BobFttalmlDOD8 BobFitimmona
Fitssimmons the Dunellen Rock cod codFile codFit codPita
File will not leave with Mr McIntosh McIntoshbut
but will pick him up in London on Sep September september ¬
tember 18 18When 18When 18When
When seen last night at the Hotel Hoteltor As Aster Astor ¬
tor Mcintosh had a few things to say sayregarding sayregarding sayregarding
regarding fighters and matches and he hesaid hesaid heSaM
said saidThat
That BurnsLangford match which I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had almost arranged haa been abandoned abandonedWhen abandonedhcn abandonedWhen
When hcn 1 wired Burns concerning the go gohe gohe gohe
he cabled back saying yt that he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not fight unless guaranteed 90000 Burns Burnsreceived BulD8recehrld Burnsreceived
received a big losers end once Of course courseBurns courseBurns courseBurns
Burns is still under my management but buthe buthe buthe
he does not need to fight unless unle h hH he hewnts hawants
H wants ants to toI
I have offered Jeffries and Johnson Johnson50iiOO JohnsoniiOlI00 Johnsonlo000
50iiOO for their bout and have written writtenJeffries writtenJeffries writtenJeffiles
Jeffries asking him to state definitely definitelyand
and in a businesslike way where the of offers oftrs offer ¬
fers fer for th the fight are to be sent and andwhen andI andwhen
I when he will be willing < < to fight and how howI howmuch
I I much of a forfeit the club should put putpo
1 np po I wish the big fellow would get down downbusiness downbusiness downbusiness
< business businessOh
Oh I wouldnt want to name a win winner wlnnlr winncr ¬
ncr Johnson is the greatest defensive defensivefighter defenetvefl defensivefighter
fighter fl hter the world has ever saen He will willgive willg willgive
give g e Ketchel an awful licking lickro but I lUke lUkeKetchel like likeKetchel likeKetchel
Ketchel o over er Langford Yes Johnson Johnsonmakes Johnsonmakes Johnsonmakes
makes the other fellow fight and he hescores hescores hescores
scores on him too Ive seen him three threetimes threetimes threetimes
times now and hes never crowding a aman aman aman
man Grand boxer boxE > r and a good hitter but butJeffries butJpffrles butJeffries
Jeffries is a crowder and a good bitter bitterHe hitterHe hitierHe
He will have to be In great shape shapeFORT shapeFORT shapeFORT
First rac steeplechas steepl chas short course courseMancano couneMansano courseMansano
Mansano 13o 13 i Lizzie Flat 143 Bonnie BonnieKate BonmeKatE BonnIeKate
Kate > 151 Pete Vinegar TIneg 142 Class Cla Leader
144 Bergoo 155 155Second 155Second 156Second
Second race threequarters mile selling sellingAlice sellingAlice elUngAlice
Alice George 90 Minnie Bright BrightMany 36 36Many 16Manv
Many Colors 100 Cheptontuc MO 0 Gen QenMarchmontt GenMar GenMarchmonet
Marchmontt Mar hmonet 102 Cooney K 105 Gem Qemnvll Gemmell Oemmcli
nvll 105 Confessor 107 107Third 107Third l lThird
Third race elevensixteenths mile purse pursePatasulga punePatasulga pursePatasulga
Patasulga 97 Ben K Sleet 100 King KingSolomon KilllSolomon KingSolomon
Solomon 100 Sager 100 Paul Davis DaviaShort 90 90Short 100short
Short Order 100 Prince Imperial lit 112Fourth 111Fourth litFourth
Fourth race one mile handicap handicapMeadow handicapMpadow handicapMeadow
Meadow ICO Fair Annie 100 Granla 100 100Sig 100Sig 100Sig
Sig 105 Emperor William 103 Io Tom Hay Hayward Hayward Hayward
ward 102 102Fifth 10 10Fifth 102Fifth
Fifth race elevensixteenths mile purse purseMapleton PUIBMapleton purseMapleton
Mapleton 100 1 Dr Waldo Brings Brl Rs 100 100Selwlk 100Sdwfk 100iRelwfk
Selwlk 103 Night Mist 1OT Pajorita 10 10Sewell 1 1SE 100 100Sewell
Sewell SE > well 109 Hyperion 109 111 Al Muller 10 10To lot lotTo 100Toy
To Toy Boy 106 106Sixth 106Sixth 106Sixth
Sixth race mile and onesixteenth onesixteenthpurse onesixteentlipurseRalrman onesixteenthpurseRagman
purse purseRalrman Ragman 97 Pedro 103 Gretna GretnaGreen metnaGreen tethaGreen
Green 106 06 Quagga ill Tremargo 102 102Lady HZLady 100Lady
Lady Esther 105 The Wrestler 110 110Seventh 110Sfventh 110Seventh
Seventh race mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthssellng tbrePsLxteenthslIelngLudhiana threesixteentheselllngLudhiana
sellng lIelngLudhiana Ludhiana 90 Floreal 90 Maid MaidMilitant MaidMilitant MaIdMilitant
Militant 98 Dunevagea 9 99 > Carroll
100 Harry Richeson 100 Vesme 100 100Boema 100BOlma 100Boema
Boema 102 Beau Brummell 106 Black BlackHawk BlackHawk BlackHawk
Hawk M6 Doubt 1 105 5 Arrowswlft 91 91Red 91Red 91Red
Red Hussar 107 107SARATOGA 107SARATOGA lft lftSARATOGA
Saratoga Aug J5 25Scarpla Scarpla at 7 to 2 2won 2won 2won
won the t2500 2500 500 Adirondack handicap at atsix atsix atsix
six furlongs for 2yearolds here h rl today todaydefeating todaydefeating todaydefeating
defeating a good g field of youngsters He Hewas Hewas 1Icwas
was admirably ridden by > y Grand He Heovertook Heovertook Heovertook
overtook the leader in the last sixteenth sixteenthand
and won under a drive by a length len th and anda
a half from the long short Chickasaw Chickasawwith
with the western 2yearold Joe Morris Morristhird Morristhird forristhird
third thirdFirst thirdFirst thirdFirst
First race six furlongs furlongsSimple Simple Hon Honours Honours Honours ¬
ours 8 to t 1 won Spooner 7 to 5 > sec second second seeond ¬
ond Waponeca 5 to 1 third Time
1 113 13
Second race about two miles steeple steeplechase steeplechaseRufus steeplechaseRufus ¬
chase chaseRufus Rufus 6 to 5 won Ballacalla Ballacallato I Ito
to 5 second St Nick 4 to 1 third Time Time42i
427 427Third 42iThird 427Third
Third race one mile mileTurncoat Turncoat 3 to 1 1won 1won 1won
won Yama 10 to 1 second Woolspun WoolspunSO
SO to 1 third Time Tlme139 139 15 15Fourth IiiFourth 3aFourth
Fourth race six furlongs furlonpScarpia Scarpla 7 to
2 won Chickasaw 15 to l second Joo JooMorris JooMorris JoeMorris
Morris 8 to 1 third Time TlmelI3 TlmelI3Fifth Timei 113 113Fifth 13 13Fifth
Fifth race handicap one mile mileMay mileMayRiver mileMayRiver May MayRiver
River 13 to 5 won Zienap 3 to 1 second secondDanoscara secondDanoscara lcondDanOllcara
Danoscara 11 to 5 third Time TimeI38 l 38 35 35Sixth 35Sixth 36Sixth
Sixth race five and onehalf on haJf furlongs furlongsHenderson furlongsHenderson furlongsHenderson
Henderson 10 to 1 won Zatacecas 2 to
1 second Curly Locks 8 to l third thirdTime thirdftmel thirdTimeI
Time ftmel 107 07
First race thr thfPCQuarle18 equarterg mile selling sellingAlice sellingAlice lng lngAlc
Alice Alc Collins 100 10 Dr D Sherman S01an It 109 In Invader Invader invader ¬
vader 109 10 Sam Barber Brber MO Deneen 100 100Prolific 1 1Prolfic 100Prolific
Prolific Prolfic MS 1 1 Aucassln AucSln 100 100Second 10 100Second
Second race fiveeighths mile selling
Sond rc < fvelghth mie slng
Nappa Napp 107 1 Redan 109 10 No Quarter Quarte 109 109Governor 109Goveror 109Governor
Governor Goveror Orman Oran 100 10 Elmdale Elmdae 112 112Third 11 112Third
Third Tlrd race one on mile mie handicap hanlcpMabfl hanlcpMabflHolande handicapMabel handicapMabelHollander Mabel MabelHollander
Hollander Holande 9 9S S Mendon 100 10 Lady Alicia
103 10 Bud Bu Kmbry 106 10 El Pasiane Pslane 105 105Fourth 10 105Fourth
Fourth Four race re one mile mie handicap handlcapBuck handlcapBuckthorne Buck Buckthorne
thorne 96 AUlassln urassln 99 9 No Quarter l IBardof 1Bardonia < io ioBardonia
Bardonia Bardof 108 Kopek 109 10 Wisteria 110 110Fifth noFifh 110Fifth
Fifth Fifh race r fiveeighths flveeijht mile mie purse punIn punInclement purseIn purseInclement In Incloment
clement 103 Chanate Ml 4 La Chat
clement 10 Chaat 1 L Chata a Ill 111Velmo 11 11Vplmo IllVelmo
Velmo C Ill Mollie ole Montrose Montrs 115 115Sixth 15 15Sixth 115Sixth
Sixth race rac seveneighths levenighths mile mie veiling veilingAk ln lnAk
Ak Sar Ben 95 9 Lucky Luck Mate 100 10 Rose RosaPdl RosePay RosePaly
Pdl Pay 102 Kalserhoff Kalarhot 104 10 Cooytus CoytU8 107 107ANACONDA 10 10ANACONDA 07 07ANACONDA
Anoconda Mont Aug CT 2First 2First First ra rHf race raceLve p pt
t Le e nd < a half hal furtongs furnn5 furtingsiatlve Xatl al e Sea Sn won wonYellow wonYelow wonYellow
Yellow Yelow Foot Fot second 8nd Gene Gne Wood Wo third thirdTime tblrdTime thirdTime
Time 1Scond 1Second 1 1Second
Second Scond race r five fve furlongs furlonCopprtown furlonCopprtownwon furlongsCoppertown furlongsCoppertownwon Coppertown Coppertownwon
won Llllium Ltlum second sond Yuba third Time
1 101 01 35 35Third 35Third 35Third
Third race racf nix Ix furlongs furlongalve furlongeCalvee Galvee won wonPimklm wonPimklm wonPimkim
Pimklm second Man F third Time
1 11 114 14 35 35Fourth 35Fourth 35Fourth
Fourth race one mile mie and a sevEnth spfnthGloria 1nth 1nthGilq sevEnthGhuiq
Gloria Gilq won won Jack J ck Pain sacoiid srd Ethel tba1 L Dy Dythird 1iy 1iythird > y ythird
third Time Tme 14815 14815Fifth 1 149 15 15Ffth 5 5Fifth
Fifth Ffth race one mile mleontributon mileContribution Contribution won wonMinnie wonMlnnlf wonMinnie
Minnie second scotd Woolen third Tme
1 14 143 43 45 45Sixth 45iPxth
Sixth race one mile mieHI mIleHI Hi Col Cap won wonPoifls wonflflS
Poifls second Lanita Lanit third Time Timei Ti 1
i 1 4 4 tt S
Southampton Suthamptn Aug 25 Z5J J C Parke C CP CP CP
P DIxon and W V C C Crawley the mern mernli mpmhrs
li hrs r rs d of fh tht the team that ar to r < i > r < = it itITI ntn
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Let Lt it stand over until unti noon non tomor tomorrow tomr tomrrow tomorrow ¬
row and thats thts where wber he lost lot eut eut At Atnoon Atnoon Atnoon
noon George Gorge Little Litle manager mnager for fo Johnson Johnsonwas Jolln Jollnwas
was up to sie Coffroth Coffrot Said he heI h hethink
I think we are foolish folsh to let lt this money moneyget mone7g moneyget
get g t away from us I believe be1ev Johnson Johnn will willaccept wi willaccept
accept your offer offerTranslated offerTranslated offerTranslated
Translated this thi means mel just exactly exactlywhat etly etlywhat exactlywhat
what happened happne The black blck champion chmpion ca capitulated c enpitulated ¬
pitulated pitulte to Coffroths terms tens and an beat beatOBrien b beatOBrien
OBrien to the mess me table tableThe tble tbleThe tableThe
The clause claus in the articles ari of agreement agreementthat ageemnt ageemnttat
that tat there will wl be b no decision decion rendered rnde if ifboth I ifboth
both men are on their feet fet at the thl end endof endof endof
of the th ten rounds caused cause some sme discussion discussionupon dllUliol
upon the part of Eddie Edie Smith Smlth who was waschosen wuchon waschosen
chosen chon as a referee refer He demurred d urr and andplainly andplainly andplainly
plainly said si he would not nt officiate offcat unless unlesseach unlell unlesseach
each man was wa on his toes to and fighting fightingall fhtng fhtngan
all the time It I was satisfactorily satfactoril ex explained ex cxplalned ¬
plained plalne however howevr that each man was wa to todo t tdo todo
do his utmost utmolt to best bst the other othe but that thatKaufmans thatKaufmans thatKaufmans
Kaufmans manager manar had slipped sUpp the theclause theclause
clause daus in to protect Al A from the te ignominy ignominyof
of a defeat defeatJohnson defeat defeatJohnson
Johnson signified sigified his intention Intenton of lie lieginning De Deginning I
ginning gnning training at once onc at Cockerells Cockerellsin
in Oakland Okland and Kaufman who has been beenin ben benIn
in training for some sme time tme at Barrys BarrysSprings Bars BarsSprnts BarrysSprings
Springs Sprnts up upIn will wi move to Milieus l1lets and finish finishup fnl8h fnl8hup
In Great Match Race Hamburg HamburgBelle HamburgBelle HamburgBelle
Belle Sets New Mark Markat Markat2O1
at at2O1 2011 201 14 14Cea 14Oleveland 4 4Cleveland
Cleveland Cea 0 Aug Au 35 Kamburg Jlambr Belle Belledefeated Belledefeated le left
defeated ft Uhlan Ula in two two straight I Jt beats bt in intheir Inther intheir
their ther match math race r at North Nort Randal today todayand ty tya todayand
and a also al set a new worlds Wrl record re for a atrotting atttin atrotting
trotting tttin race rao and ad for the t fastest f twO w heats heatsever heatsever
ever trotted troted The new record rrd for a mile mileIs mie mieI
Is I 201 201k < 4 and was wa made In the first ft heat heatof heatof heatof
of the race The former forer record reco was w 203 1 1mae 203made 4 4made
made mae by Cresoeus Cus in a match race r with withThe withThe
The Abbot Abbt at Brighton Brghton Beach Bc in August Aut
1901 1901Immediately 191 191Imltely 1901Immediately
Immediately Imltely after the first fr heat het Ham Hamburg Hm Hmburg Hamburg ¬
burg Belle was wa sold sld to H I M Hanna Bann of ofthis ofthl ofthis
this thl city ciy for So 50000 by Edward Eward and Joseph JosephMadden Joph JophMadden JosephMadden
Madden owners of the mare and sons 11 of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
mare an
John E Madden MaddenUhlan Maddn MaddnUhiaD MaddenUhian
Uhlan was wa defeated defete only by a fraction ft of ofa ofsnd ofa
a second snd in the first fm heat ht 1 in I the th second secondhe snd sndhe
he broke brokeIn led to the halfmile halfmi post pt when wh he hebroke hebroke hebroke
In the second lond beat het Uhlan Uhln broke brok near the thehalfmile thehafmie thehalfmile
halfmile hafmie post pt and again at the five fiveeighths fiveeighths
eighths e th Finally he wae W aa distanced d Uhlan Uhlanwas
was wa leading l f at th th the half hl having HYng covered coveredthe
the t second 8ond quarter qure in 3 31 flat flatIn ft fIatIn
In the first tin heat Uhlan Ulan was wa given the thesame thesme thesame
same sme time tm as Hamburg Hbur Belie BelieHamburg Dll BelleHamburg gve
Hamburg Belle is I a 8 Kentucky mare mre 7 7years 7yea18 7years
years old owned owne by b Edward Eward and an Joseph JosephMadden Joph JophMadden JosephMadden
Madden and was w driven by b William WOUa An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews She set st her fast mark mrk at Hart Hartford Ht Htford Hartford ¬
ford Conn September Stembr 7 W08 18 Results ResultsSweepstakes ResultsSweepstakes lt
Sweepstakes Sweptakes trotting trottn for records rerSster rerSsterFancis recordsSister recordsSisterFrancis Sister SisterFrancis
Francis Fancis won two heats hts Time Tm 311 J 211 211DeWitt z 211DeWitt
DeWitt D Witt a1 also started startedFreeforall str startedFreeforall
Freeforall FrforaU pacing pcin sweepstake swepkeorn swepkeornin sweepstakesMorn sweepstakesMorning Morn Morning ¬
ing in Star Str won two heats he Time 18 206 0 2M 2MReproachless 204Reproachiess
Reproachless started startedMatch Reprochle sarted startedMatch and ad Alice Al Pointer Ponter also alsostarted alsostarted
Match race rCe purse pUI gate gt receipts reptHa receiptsHam receiptsHamburg Ham Hamburg ¬
burg Belle Bne won two het heats Uhlan t1an also alsostarted al alsostarted
started Time by quarters quarers first heat
31 3 101 10 133 13 20114 0 Second Sen heat hetO heat30 30
59 5I ½ 1JO 1 201 201Portage 201NEtI 1 1NEW
Portage Portge Irrtion Irrigation Reservoir Reseroi Pow Power ¬
er Company Compny Takes Over Va Various Varous Various ¬
rious rous Projects ProjectsSpecial Project ProjectspeciaI
Special Spcl to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBrigham HeldRepublean HeldRepubleanBrighm HeraldRepublicanBrigham
Brigham Brighm Aug 25 2At 25At At West We Portage Portagein
in this county cunty a I company compny has h been bn or organised orgnle organised ¬
ganised gnle which will wi be known as a the th Por Portage Portae Fortage ¬
tage tae Irrigation Iration Reservoir Reolr Power com company cm cmpny cornjsany ¬
pany pny with wth headquarters h aQurters at West re Per Portage Po Pertage ¬
tage ls Arrangements Asmen are a now DV rompleted rompletedwhereby fpleted fpletedwhrby eompletedwhereby
whereby whrby the company cmDJ takes tke over the theIrrigation theIrton theirrigation
Irrigation Irton systems sstel in I sections 6 10 9 I 2 2and 2and 2and
and 17 township towshp 14 1 north noth range 4 west westSalt westSalt
Salt Sl Lake Lke meridian meridianThe mertca rng
The capital capit stock stok of the new D company
is I 10000 10 00 divided dive Into 3600 1 < shares shar cmpy of apr apar a apar
par pr value valu of 5 each ech One On thousand tund two
hundred hundrl shares sharl are ar subscribed sbbd and a the tlwlemaining theremaining
remaining 800 1 will wi be b treasury tsr stock stockC sk skC
C W Hall Ha is I president pldent William WIlam H HOlbbs Hqbbs HGibbs
Olbbs qbbs vice vc president prdent R R C Harris Har sec secretary eecrotary ¬
rotary rtr and a treasurer tE > asure These T officers otclll with wth WithJ
3 F Conley and John Joh Heaton Heton form to the theboard theb theboard
board b of directors directorsRENO dlrt dlrtRENO directorRENO
Reno Nov Aug Si IRlu IRluFirst Results ResultsFirst ResuItsFirst
First race six furlongs furlon8 selling slht8Plham slht8PlhamlO seillagPelham Pelham
109 lO Frasch Fr ch 2 to 1 1 won Deneen Dee 109 10 Con Co Conton Coaton
ton 2 2 ¼ to 1 second con Aucaasin Aue T 100 Peak PeakS Pk
S to 5 third Time Tmel1 Tlme11I 111 Lady Ly Masagan MasaganAnnie MazaganAnnie
Annie Laurie Lurie and Prolific Prifc also a ran ranSecond r ranSecond
Second race rce six si furlongs fur selling sltohn sellingJohn John
J Sheehan 105 lO C Williams 8 to 5 won wonNo wonNo wonNo
No Quarter 106 10 A WIJm Thomas T 2 24 to 1 sec second eecond ¬
ond Velma C 110 10 Vickery Vicke 1 to 2 third thirdTime thi thIrdTime114
Time Tlmel1 Time114 114 15 Redan Ren also al ran ranThird rn rnThrd ranThird
Third Thrd race four and a half hlf furlongs furlongshandicap furlon furlongsbandicapMyles
handicap handiapMyle bandicapMyles My les OConneil OConnl 124 u Peak Pk 2 to
5 won Wicket 106 Cotton Cottn S to 1 second secondAirle send sendAlrie secondAble
Able Fairie 100 Thomas Toms 7 to 1 third
Time Time64 4 seconds son4 Glover Gove Kyle Ky1 Billy BUy 1 Bard BardandFrank BardandFrank
andFrank and Fank Campbell also Fan FanFourth rnFourth
Campl a I
Fourth race r one mile mle the th Thomas Tbo Cafe Cafehandicap CafehandicapKopek
handicap handicapKoPk handicapKopek Kopek 104 11 Tultett Tullt 4 to i 5 5 won wonBardonia wonBardonla wonBardonia
Bardonia 107 10 Otis 4 to 1 second nd Buck Buckthorn Buk Bukthor Buckthorn ¬
thorn thor 97 Cotton Coton 4 to 1 third Time TimeI
I 4213 142 15 The Mouser Prince Pnc of Castile CastilePopp Ctle CtlePoppy CastftePoppy
Poppy > and Wistaria Wistra also al ran ranFifth rn rnFifh ranFifth
Fifth Fifh race rc six sx furlongs fUriog selling slngTom slngTomR sellingTom sellingTomReid Tom TomReid
Reid R id 106 C Howard Bowar 2 to 1 won Bud
Embry Embr 109 Vickery 4 to t 1 second scn Nap Nappa Napp Nappa
pa p 107 r7 Elsenzapf Eisnaapf 4 to 5 5 third Time
11545 115 f 45 Miss Mis Beaumonter Baumonter Charles C Green Greenand Gren Grenand Greenand
and Martinmas Krtnm also ran ranSixth rn rnSixth ranSixth
Sixth race five furlongs frlongs selling sellingDr sellingDrSherman Dr DrSherman
Sherman Shenan MS 1 Cotton Coton 3 V to 1 1 wrjfi wti UnJDr UnJDrShenan In Inclement Inclemnt Inclement ¬
clement clemnt 105 II Eisenzapf S to t 1 W second secondDaisy 8nd 8ndDiy secondDaisy
Daisy Diy Frost Fot 107 Peak 3 to 1 r third tlird Time TimeIM Tme
IM 1 25 Libbervale Libberle also als ran ranNATIONAL ranNATIONAL ranNATIONAL
Chicago Cicgo Aug 25 2Tbe 25The The National Natoal base baseball b baseball ¬
ball bl commission common will wt meet in Chicago ChicagoMonday ChicagoMonday
Monday Moday in Its annual session s for the theopening theopening theopening
opening of ahe drafts drfl It I is 1 possible the thecommission thecmlulon thecommissIon
commission cmlulon will wl be b asked Asd to t consider cde a aplan I aplan
plan said to have hve been bn formulated forulat by bycertain bycein bycertain
certain cein magnates mate toward towar the th enlargement enlargementof eDlmnt eDlmntof
of baseball ba bl supreme court eurt from fm three th to toseven toseven toseven
seven members admItUn admitting representatives representativesof
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of 0 eNeral sYrl minor leagues le to t places plc upon uponthe uponthe
the commission and and a number numir of o other otherchanges othr othrhangt8 otherchanges upn upnthe
changes whih which it is declared delare have hf been beenfeuRgested ben bensuggeste beensuggested
suggested suggeste and approved by some s big bigleague bg bgjagup bigIegue
league jagup magnates President Presldtnt Heydler of oftht ofthe oftile
the National Natonal league lg will wi thk tke Ieyle up lp the ti du duties dutes duties ¬
ties tes of the te late Harry Ha C C Pulliam Pulam as a main number mo mainber ¬
ber today of the commission comlaon at the meeting metng here heretoday heretoday heretoday
The Salt Lake Seniors Sniors won on a a fast game gamefrom samefrom gamefrom
from the Oakley Park team tm yesterday on onthe onthp onthe
the North Salt Lake Lk diamond diamon Jenay Brlnklev Brlnklevpitched Brnk1ey Brnk1eyptchd Brinkleypltclicd
pitched a great game gl allowing alIng no n hits hitswhile hit hitswhile
while whe ptchd his bi teammates temmat played pla good ball bl in inthe Inthe inthe
the field feld The feature featur of the th g game was wa a arunning arnning arunning
running rnning onehanded onehand stab stb of a a line lne drive driveby driveby driveby
by Brown BrownThr BrownTl BrownThe
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After Afer Years of Play and More MoreThan MoreThan MoreThan
Than 200 Matches Whitney WhitneyWins WhitneyWins WhitneyWins
Wins at Tennis TennisUtah TennisUth
Utah Uth vs V Oklahoma O1homa the People Pel vs a the theArmy t theArmy
Army Ary Citizen Ctien S A Whitney VIt vs v Lieu Lieutenant L Lieutenant ¬
tenant Margetts Katthl Margettsthis this Is I the official ofci name nameof nameof
of a tennis tenns match mtch which wblh was wa pulled pule off offbefore offbefore oftbefore
before a large lr and enthusiastic enthulatc gallery gaMeryof
of tennis fans fan yesterday yeserday morning morin at the theMiller theMiller
Miller KUIr courts CUN in this thi city cityWhitney cityWhtney cityWhitney
Whitney Whtney and 8 Lieutenant Leutnnt Margetts lIaetts have havebeen hve hvebn havebeen
been bn rivals rlva for tennis tenis honors for some sometwentyfive I sometwentyfit
twentyfive tWetyte or thirty thlry years yer Until Unt yes yesterday yeaterday ¬
terday tE > ray they had bd played plyed 2X matches mts and andeach andeach andeach
each had won wo 118 118The 18 18The 118The
The contest cntet yesterday settled setted for all al time timethe te tethe theethe
the question queston of supremacy supremacyThe sprmc
The battle btte ground gund was wa selected selt by lot lotand lotand
and as Lieutenant Leutnant Margetts agett lost lot the toss tosshe t tosshe
he was compelled compeled to Journey from Fort FortSill Fortsm FortSill
Sill Okla to Salt Sal Lake LakeThe Lke LkeThe LakeThe
The men mn appeared on the th courts crts appar apparently appr apprenty apparently ¬
ently enty trained tlDed to the te hour hourThere hor horThere hourThere
There was se some wrangling wrntln over the thequestion t1 thequestion
question Quesion of a referee refere and Sam Sm Neel ex exchampion exchampion excharupioa
champion of the t United Unit Stateswas Slts Wa fin finally fn fnaly finally ¬
ally aly agreed Q upon uponThe up uponThe
The match started srted at 745 7 a a m The Thereferee TherE Thereferee
referee rE > fere appeared appare promptly pompty at t tMr tMr 9Mr
Mr Whitney started starte out ot with his b in invincible Invincible invincible ¬
vincible back bck line lne game gm while whil Margetts Margettsassumed Maret Margetteassumed
assumed 8sumed the net netWhitneys nt ntWhlneys netWhitneys
Whitneys Whlneys hard had and accurate acurte driving drivingwas drivg drivgwas
was too to much for the te army ary champion championand chmpion chmpionand
and Whitney Whiney took t the first fi set st handily handilyby h IJ IJhy
by a I score sce of t2 I Whitney Whtey was w enthusi enthusiastic entu entuaptc enthusiastle ¬
astic aptc over the result relt Margetts artt was w not notWhitney notWhiney notWhitney
Whitney Whiney evidently evinty thought be h had Mar Margetts Ka Margetta ¬
getts gets goat and partly pry through thr h overcon overconfidence overnfdnc overconfldence ¬
fidence fdnc but principally prncipll on o account acunt of ofMargetts ora ofMargette
Margetts a ett brilliant bilnt playing lost the th sec second B seeond ¬
ond set 63 63The 63 63The
The feeling feelng was Wa intense Inten Whitney Wity start started st started ¬
ed the third and deciding didng set et In I brilliant brilliantstyle briWantstyle brilliantstyle
style styleMargetts styleMartt styleMargette
Margetts Martt was wa plainly planly affected affeted by the thealtitude thealtude thealtitude
altitude altude drives drivesIt drivesI and Whitneys Wblteys hard side line linedrives lne lnedrives linedrives
It I became bcam evident that tt the t Army Ary was wasup wasup
up against qalns it I and that the th People Pepl were wereto wereto wereto
to come into their tbel own ownSlowly ow ownSlowly
Slowly Sowly but bu surely game pm by game gameWhitney ge gehitey gamet
Whitney t hitey added adde to his score sre until the thegames thegames
games gsme stood sto 52 6 and an 4030 4030There 4030There 3
There were loud cries crs from fm the referee refereeDrink refee refeeDrink refereeDrink
Drink point pin Drink Dnk point pint but he hewas hewaa hewas
was not destined dete to get st his h compensa compensation cmp ¬
tion tin then thenMargetts tbenMartt thenMargetts
Margetts Martt with wth a Pty pretty smash Imah brought broughtthe bgbt bgbtthe
the score to deuce deuc Whitney Whiny won wo the next nextpoint Dxt Dxtpoint nextpoint
The referee m evidence evidencewith eidencewith
point rfer was wa again t eVdnce eVdncewth
with wth his shrill shrill thirsty thiy war wr qn cry cv cryvery very un unbecoming Unbecoming ¬
becoming bomq a supposedly aUpposly impartial ipl official officialHowever officiaLHowever
However Whitney Witny and a the t referee werenot were werenot
not to be denied this time ti and ad the th set setmatch se setmatch
match mtch and championship went wnt to Whitney Whit Whitney Vhl ¬
ney neyIt ny neyIt
nyI It I is I only ony fair far to t Lieutenant Liuant Hargetts Hargettsto
to say sy that the referee refere is Mr ro Whitneys Whitneystennis Whlteys Whlteystn Whitneystennis
tennis tn partner partnerBy
By winning wnning pr prBy this tb match mtch Mr lIr Whitney Whltey be becomes become becornea ¬
comes come champioh cmpon of Oklahoma Okahoma and Provo ProvoHe Pvo PvoHe ProvoHe
knife knifeIS kfe kfeIS knifeIs He also als wins wna a beautiful beautful bonehandled bonehandledknife bnebandled bnebandledkfe
Kelder Felder Jones Does Dos Not Want Boston BostonFranchise BostonFnchise BostonFranchise
Franchise Fnchise but May Take TakeWashington TakeWashigton TakeWashington
Washington WashingtonPortland Washigton WashigtonPr
Portland Pr Ore O Aug 26 2G 2Gueeu Guess Ill be bebuying bebuying
buying a club in every everyone one of the t big bigleagues bl blleague bigleagues
leagues league before befo the season sn is over re remarked remarked ¬
marked marke Fielder Fler Jones Jone when wen asked aske if I he hewas hewas
was negotiating neotUg for fo the Boston Bn National Nationalleague Natl Natllee Nationalleague
league lee club cub but you YOI can c say sy for fo me methat methat methat
that I have hve no intention Intentn to interest Inter my myself m mseif myself ¬
self with ith the Boston Bston club clubJones cub clubJones
Jones was emphatic emphatc in I his b denial that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Boston Boton club was wa the one he is I after atterthough ater aterthougl afterthough
though thougl it is I plactcly practically certain ct that tha he b is isnegotiating lanegotating isnegotiating
negotiating negotating for home major mar league lege team teamAt tem temAt teamAt
At present prsnt he will wi not divulge divlg the tie name nameof na nameof
of the club or clubs club bntsays buteye but says that tat neither neitherBoston n itber itberBoston ltherBoston
Boston nor St 8t Louis Luis is f being bng considered consideredand cnslme
and neither neiher is I Cleveland Cevell if Jones Jone deniais deniaisare
are to be taken for anything anyhi
From a close clo friend of Jones Jon It i has hasbeen hasbeen
been bn learned lare that tha he would wld not be averse averseto
to taking tkg a chance chanc with wit the th Washington WashingtonAmerican Whon WhonAmercan WashingtonAmerican
American Amercan league leae franchise trnc though he hehimself hehimself hehimself
himself will wU not admit amt It ItWhy ItWhy itWhy
Why dont you pick out all the tail tailenders tn tnender tallenders
ender enders for me to buy countered counter Jones Joneswhen Joneswhen
when asked uke If he was considering considrg Wash Washington WashIon Washington ¬
ington Ion and when told that tht a second di division dlvision ¬
vision vlon club if made a factor facto in a the race racewould racewould c
would probably pay him the better bter he heonly heonly heonly
only smiled amied and andsaid said wait wat and andABE see seeABE seeABE
Chicago Chigo Aug AU 25 2I 25If If the th battle batle in Eng ¬
land ld between btwe Owen Moran Mon and Jem Dris Driscoll Drs Drscol DriscoIl
coIl col is really realy called calld off as the latest lte die dispatch diepatch ¬
patch ptch says sy then tn Abe Ab Attell Atel is fooled fol out outof ot otof outof
of one of the fattest purses pures lie 1e ever eve fought foughtfor fght fghtfor
for and one of the largest lrct that two little littlemen ltte lttemen littlemen
men ever battled btte for forNow forNow forNow
Now it I is possible plble that tt Attell Attel will be beasked beasked
asked ked to cross cr the pond and box bx Driscoll Driscollfor Drl wl
for the worlds wors title ttl p in England End But Butnaturally Butnaturaly Butnaturally
naturally naturaly the Inducements Inducmenu will wi not notbe notbe notbe
be as large larg as if Attell Attel was w to t fight fightthe flehtthe fightthe
the winner wner of a battle batle between betwen Moran Moranand Moranand oran oranand
and Driscoll Dll as a that tht is the scrap sp that tt all allBritons anBriton allBritons
Britons Briton want wat to see decided decidedWhen decid decldedWhen
When Wen I was over ofr there they thy were wre talk talking talkIng talklng ¬
ing of giving cvln Driscoil Drleot and Moran Morn a purse purseof PUI purseof
of 115000 lO Lippe Lppe writes from New Ne York YorkThat YorkThat
That looked loked luscious lueloul to me m and when wen I Italked Italfed Italked
talked talfed about getting gttng 120000 O for Attell and andthe andthe andthe
the winner they gasped a few times tme and andthen ad adthen andthen
then sal sali 3 it could be
they thought culd b brought broughtabout brht brhtabout broughtabout
about aboutRUBE about aboutRUBE aboutRUBE
St Louis Low Aug 25 25It It is rumored rumor per persistently pe persietently ¬
sistently aenty that George Gr Edward Eward Rube RubeWaddell Rub RubeWaddell
Waddell Wadell the famous faous lefthanded lefhnde pitcher pitcherof
of the Browns BrowD formerly forerly of the Athletics AthleticsPittsburg AthleticsPlttsburg
Pittsburg Ptturg Columbus ColumbW Louisville Lulsvle and o ter terteams t fbrteams r rteams
teams will wil be b relegated relepte to a minor mor league leagueThe leagueThe
The Louisville Loul le club of the American erlcan asso association r association ¬
ciation elaton has it is I said sid secured scured the services servicesof
of the erratic eUc twirler who wh has been b the themost themot themost
most mot wonderful wonderul lefthanded lefthd pitcher pther base baseball baseball ¬
ball has ha ever known know Mr r Hedges Hess owner ownerof ownerof ownerof
of the th Browns Br is il said si to t be b financially financiallyinterested fnanct financiallyintermsted
interested interte in the Louisville Loulle club which whcb re recently recently ¬
cently centy was w purchased purha by a close clot friend friendof fred fredof
of his William Wflam Orayson Grayl GraysonofSt of St Louis LouisWISCONSIN Lu LuWISCONSIN LouisWISCONSIN
Seattle Seatte Wash Wah Aug U 25 2Tt The Th Wisconsin Wisconsinparty Winn Winnprty Wisconsinparty
party prty of sixteen ax een men me arrived ave last lt night nightover nlbt nlbtover nightover
over the Great Grat Northern Nor on its It way wy to toJapan toJapn toJapan
Japan Japn to play with wt the Kelo Klo university universityteam univerty univertytam
team tam The men mn are all al in excellent exell t con condition CObditon condition ¬
dition diton They are ar stopping at the Wash Washington Washino Washington ¬
ington ino annex annx while here Arrangements Arrangementsfor Arngments Arngmentsfor
for games with the Washington Whingon univer university univr univrsiy univeralty ¬
have not been completed but
sity siy bn complete games gameswill gameswill
will Jl wil 1 be b played The team will wi sail sa1 Aug AugFAST
Crawfordsville CrwfoUe Ind Aug Au 25 2AI 25Al Al Stan Stanley Stn StnIe Stanby ¬
ley Ie a roan horse hor owned oWed by John Bogen Bogenshott Ben Benshot Bogenshott
shott shot of Bean Rock Rk Ala established estblshe a anew anew anew
new worlds record recor yesterday yeteray afternoon afternoonat afernoon afernoonlt
at lt the Montgomery county fair for 3year 3yearold 3year 3yearold
old trotters on a half mile mie track His Histime Histme Histime
time tme was 213 2lVt 2lVtBERT 13 13BERT 4 4BERT
Bert Ber Margetts Marett and ad his bl Independents Independentshave
have > about abut closed co negotiations nego atkJ to play playSaturday playSaturday playSaturday
Saturday at Eureka Eurk and Sunday Sunay at Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City There Ther seems sems to be b any number nuber of oft ofI oftennis
hams t ams w wishing to play the Independents Independentsbut
but blt the th matters maters of division of the money moneyside moneside moneyside
I side bets and former fortP treatment are not notbo notsu notso
bo t easy as > to arrange arrangeMT aTranhe aTranheMT arrangeMT
I Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt HeraldRepublcan HeraldRepublcanI
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Chicago ClcgO Aug 26 25The The Te White Sox Sx and andthe andth andthe
the th Speed boys played playe a useless usle nogame nogametie
and tie te today toay Sp darkness darknessIt called cane in the th ninth nith for rain rainand rin rinand rainand
It had dre been raining all day and the thegam thegarni
I h bn rining al dy a t
sam 3 need never have hve started ste Also the theWhite theWhite
White Whie ne Sox Sx threw tw the te game gam away awy by al allowing allowg allowing ¬
lowing lowg Donahue Dnhue a substitute abtl batter bU with withtwo withtwo withtwo
two strikes stke against him sad two out ot in inthe inthe Inthe
the ninth to q make mk the hit ht that tied t the thescore tI thescore
score scr nint R R H H E EChicago ECblco EChicago
Chicago Cblco W8 MO l 280 1004 4 8 1 1Boston 1Bton 1Boston
Boston Bton 1M 1 11 000 0 ° Oil O ° 1 4 IB IBCalled I I U UCalled
Called Caled darkness darknessBatteries darknes darknessBatteriesScott
Batteries Bttereot BatteriesScott Scott and Owens Owen Karger KargerWood KargerWo KargerVood
Wood Wo Cicotte Ccote and an Carrigan CarriganTIGERS Caa CaaTIGERS CarriganTIGERS
Detroit Deti Aug AU 25 2Dtlt 2gDetroit Detroit assumed Imed the thekad thelead
lead ad in the American Amecan league pennant pnt race raceby rc raceby
by beating btiC Philadelphia Pbfladphi in the th second secondgame s secondgame
game pm of the series arf Both Btb Plank Plk and andDonovan andDonovan
Donovan Dnan were hit bi rather rthe hard b out bt the theDetroit t theDetroit
Detroit Dt pitcher was wa more moe successful scul with withmen wth wthmen withInca
men on the bases Twice Tc in the tb early earlyinnings earlyinnings rly rlyIns
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innings Ins the visitors mlor had hd the th bases b full fullwith ful fullwith
with none out but failed fail to t score De Detroit D Dotrolt ¬
wth troit tit scored 10r ou the winning wnnn run ru in the t ninth ninthwhen ninththen
when hen Moriarty Morarty singled Inle was w seat at to t sec second s seeond ¬
ond on Jones Jon out at first t and scored scoredwhen scoredwhen r
when wbn Stanage Stanas hit for two bases basesT
T RHE RHEDtolt R H TT TH THDetroit B BDetroit
Detroit Dtolt 001009014 01 001 0 000 04 0014 9 6 6Philadelphia 0 0Phiadelphia 0Philadelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia 000 0 001 0 Mll 1 9 3 3Batteries 3BtterieDnvan 3BatteriesDonovan
Batteries BtterieDnvan BatteriesDonovan Donovan and Stanage StS Plank Plankand Plankand Plankand
and Livingstone LivingstonePOWELL Llvnpone LlvnponePOWELL LivingatonePOWELL
St St Louis Loq Aug A g 25 2ack 25Jack Jack Powell Poel won wontodays wontodays wontodays
todays game by hitting btng a long Inl sacrifice sacrificefly cice cicefy
fy fly in the tenth Inning off of BrockeU Brett seer scoring 1 seering ¬
ing Williams Wiiams with the lone tally tly of the thebattle thebattle
battle btte BrockeU Broket twirled twile a much better bettergame btr btrgme bettergame
game gme than Powell Powel allowing alown only four fourscattered fourscattered
scattered aattered hits and up to the tenth never neverbeing neverbeing
being blng in trouble Powell Powel on the other otherhand otr otrhand otherhand
hand was wal continuously contnuusly in dangerous du po positions p0ettlone ¬
sitions but fast fielding always saved savedhim savedhim vd vdhim
stons him him fli R H E Est Et BSt
st t Louis ow 0 0 000 ooeooii 000 11 6 I 1 iNew 1New 1New
New York 0 0 000 008 0 600 e o 90 M MBatteriesPowell I 0 0BterePowel 9BatteriesPowell
BatteriesPowell BterePowel and Stephens Stb Brock Brockett Bk Bket Ilrockett
ett et and a Sweeney SweeneyCANT Sweney SweneyCANT SweeneyCANT
Cleveland Clelnd Aug 25 2veJ 2Cleveland Cleveland dropped droppeda
a peculiar pula game pm to Washington Wabiatn today todayafter ty tyater todayafter
after ater pounding poundl Walter Johnson for fif fifteen ff fften fifteen ¬
teen ten hits bft as a against apln the twelve the t Na Nationals National ¬
tionals ttals were able abl to get off of Rhoades Rbl Her Berger B Herger
ger and Joss JossUmpire Jo JoseUmpire
Umpire Umpie Evans pulled puld a watch wt on O Can Cantlllon cD cDUln Gsatillon
tlllon Uln threatening thtenlng a forfeit fofet when whn the Na Nationals Natonais Nationals ¬
tionals tonais boss b kicked kck that tt be 1 had h no n play players player ¬
ers er left lef Evans Ea having hvi bn benched d Schaefer Sehaeferand
and Unglaub and then te driven drn them t from fromthe f frontthe
the grounds gunds in the te third th Hardy finally finallywas fUy fUyw
was w sent snt to second andand and Slattery Slatr moved movedfrom movedfrom
from behind bhind the bat bt to first f Street s go going goimig ¬
lug behind bhlnd to finish fllb the game Sa and al win winning winning ¬
ning nig in the th ninth and tenth tenth R R H E ECleveland ECleveland BCleveland
Cleveland Wl 1 000 0 100 10 1 16 6 Vt 1 2 2Washington ZWashigon 2Washington
Washington 000 0 602 8 0 002 O 2 24 12 1 3 3Batteries IBteresRbde 3BatteriesRhoadea
Washigon Batteries BteresRbde BatteriesRhoadea Rhoades Berger Brr and Clarke ClarkeBemis Carke ClarkeBernie
Bemis Bml Johnson Jobfn and ad Slattery Sltery Street StreetCOASfLEAGUE Strt StrtCOASTLEAGUE StreetCOAST I
San S Francisco Fe Aug q 25 San Francisco Francisesand
and Vernon Veon played playe eleven Innings In today todaylite todayThe T Th
The a h locals lo winning 2 to t 1 L Vernons Vern tally tallywas tl tallywas
was wa a home run rn drive dve by b Coy Cy in the thefourth thefourth
fourth fourh Inning Innin tieing tein the score a Wllletts Wlllettswas
was w in fine fe form fr and the locals lo could cl not notfind notfind
find fd him until uW the a eleventh elvent Score ScoreB Sre SreR ScoreRHB
San Francisco Fnca 2 7 1 IVernon 1Veron 1Vernon
Vernon Veron S 1 10 4 4Willis 4WUl 4Willis
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Los Angeles Aug tS 00Portland Portland won wonfrom wonfrm wonfrom
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from frm LosAngeW L Los Angeles today by b heavy Y batting battingthe
the score 10r Ap being bD 4 to L Los Angeles A five fiveerrors fve fveerrolll fiveerrors
errors also contributed tt to t t the th final f re result resuit ¬
suit slt Score Sre a K H B BLos BLs BLosAngeles
Los Ls LosAngeles Angeles Als 1 8 5 5Portland I 5Portland
Portland X4 4 8 8 8Batteries 8BtterKoer 0BatterieKoestner
Prlnd Batteries BtterKoer BatterieKoestner Koestner and a Orenoom OrenoomGrett Oaf C CGrett
Grett Grt and Fisher FisherSacramento Psbe PsbeScrmto FisherSacramentO
Sacramento Cal Ca deL Aug K Thirtyone aThityoe aThityoeScm 00ThirtyoneSacramento ThirtyoneSacramento
Sacramento Scrmto nto men m faced fa Nelson Ne today t and andfifteen andfifteen
Scm fifteen fifen landed lan for safe te hits h Including iau two twotriples twotrple twotriples
triples and ad two doubles doub The Te local Jl team teamtook tam tamtk teamtook
trple of < to tot 2 Score ScoreR ScoreOakland
took tk the th game g by b a score ar t R R J H Sr E EOakland EOklaad
Oakland OaklandSacramento J 6 4 4SraJnt 4Sacramento
Sacramento Oklaad 1 1 lBatteries 1BterieNelsn 1BatteriesNelson
SraJnt Batteries BterieNelsn BatteriesNelson Nelson and aa Thomas To Ebman Ebmanand Ehn Ehnand Elinlanand
Portland Ore Or Aug AU 1r 00Score Score Score1C
Portand 1C H E ETacoma KTacoma
Tacoma 2 0 I 5 5Portland I 5Portland
Portland 7 8 2 2BtteriesBute 2BatteriesButler
Portlnd Batteries BtteriesBute BatteriesButler Butler Hall Bl and an Conrad Cr Pin Pinnance Pn Pnnnc Pincanes
canes nnc and ad Ambr AmbrAbnen AmbrusterAberdeen Ambruster AmbrusterAberdeen
Aberdeen Abnen Wash Wu Aug AUI ML aAb 00Aberdeen 00AberdeenSpokane Aberdeen AberdeenSpokane
Spokane game postponed rain rainSeattle rainSeattle
Spne g ptpne ra raSatle
Seattle Satle Aug AU 25 SeattleVancouver 2kSeattleVancouvergame SeattleVancouvergame Stle Vacver Vacvergae
game gae posponed pne rate rateSOUTHERN rai raiSOUTHERN rainSOUTHERNLEAGUE
At Mobile UoblleFIrst oteF18t First game pm Mobile ob 1 Bir Birmingham Blrmlnham Birmiagham ¬
mingham mlnham 0 Second Scnd game ga Mobile Mobl 1 1Birmingham 1Blingba 1Birmingham
Birmingham 4 4At fAt 4At
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Rock Rok 6 Montgomery Jontomel 1 Second Snd game gameLittle gi gameLittle
Little Rock 3 Montgomery 4 4EUREKA 4EUREKA
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Eureka Eure Aug 25 25Manager Manager Manr SMuts Sbt of the theEureka th thEu tbEureka
Eureka Eu ball bl nine nie leaves lves in the morning morningfor morlng morlngfor
for Salt Lake Lke in I an attempt attmpt to t get t a game gamehere gamehere
here he Slt Sunday with Margetts Kalett Salt Slt Lake LakeIndependents LakeIndependents
Independents ShonU Shont carries cle fM 106 as 8 a aside aIde aside
cepted ceptedEureka ceptedEurka side Indepnt bet bt and the fans tn here hope ho it is ac accepted accepted aeeepted ¬
Eureka Eurka has made md every attempt to t bring bringthe bringthe bringthe
the Bingham Commercials Commercal here for a agame agam agame
game gam Bingam but thus far the Bingham Blncam people peoplehave pple pplehave peoplehave
have exhilbted exhUbe cold old feet feetWhen feetWE feetWhen
When WE > n asked 8ked about the prospects prpt of o a aEureka aEreka aEureka
Eureka Ereka game last las night Bert Br Msurgsttf Msurgsttfsaid MkrU5said u
said No gm Not after the way they Uy Uyus t tus tNg tNgus
us a Miners Mili Union day in giving IYtb the theerence prs1 prs1erence
erence erc to the Occidentals Ocldent Occid ntals said c Bert BertWESTERN Bt BtWESTERN BertWESTERNBLUE
Seattle Wash Wah Aug 26 5Th 25The The west Wet tri triumphed t UIumphed ¬
umphed umphe over the east et in the second scond day dayof d dayof
of the trap trp shoot In progress prqreas here hre under underthe undrthe
the auspices ausies of the Interstate Inte1tte association associationIn
te In the important event of the day daylminar pre preliminary pvcliminary ¬
liminary lminar handicap handcap two westerners westeer tied tiedfor ed edfor
for first place among the amateurs and i a athird athir athird
frt amonI amateU4
third westerner westerer came cme in for second sn place placeC p1 p1C
thir C R Adelman of Boise Bol Ida and B BEls E EEllis IL ILEllis
Ellis R of Seattle Satl each eah broke bk 91 out ot of ofsiHe a pos possible poesible ¬
sible Els 100 targets and J L 1 McLaughlIn McLUIJn of ofSeattle otStte ofSeattle
Seattle was targts next with 92 9 In shooting 8Ung off offthe offthe offthe
Stte the tie tt Adelman Ade1mn missed hi h his first f target targetbut tt ttbut targetbut
but steadied down and scored l seventeen seventeenout
out of a possible twenty Ellis broke tke six stectten s sixtecn
tten target losing by one point pointCorrected poit pointCorrected
Corrected Correter figures flgue8 on yesterdays yestry evening eveningshooting emns emnsshootn openingshooting
shooting give th the honors of the t day t to toC toC
C v Poring an amateur of Columbus ColumbusW Clumu
W In 1 who broke iTt 17 out of a possible possib4etargets be UK UKt UKThe
tTtilDal targets targetsThe t The final event evet of the shoot shoot the Pa Pacific p pclc Pacific ¬
cific morrow clc coast coas afternoon afternoonNEW afprnoon afprnoonNEW afternoonNEW handicap hniap will wl take place plac to tomorrow t tomorrow ¬
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pn Fhn n her that a I new hail lal fun has ha ar arr arriyd arrved
r riyd < d in Sal u I i Ia akf I41 p nj na not get st in inon Inon inor
on tli > ini 11 t l 1 Ls i i as aJ n bt b1t watch wath out outfor outfot outfor
tlt after that if he takes takesafter takesafter
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after his father Hr Hi has only been n here hereont hereone
ont rfi day av in fact tl the e congratulations ongatuatnns on oni onhi onir
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New York Yok K 1 41 4 614 614andnnatl 6 614Cincinnati
Cincinnati 96 5 53 5 500 500Philadelphia 5 500Philadelphia
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Philadelphia Phiadelphi 50 61 tl 430 430St 4i 450StLouls
St StLouls Louis Loul 45 4 4Brooklyn 66 406 406Brooklyn MBrkly
Brooklyn S 4 41 TO S70 S70Boston 3 370Boston
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Philadelphia PUPbi Aug IS JBw 00Brown Brown full name nameKordecai nametordeei
Kordecai orl Peterson P Aq Centennial Centnna Brown Bw the thethreefingered tl tlktthreefingered
threefingered wonder wdr lost k one on to the thePhillies thePU thePhiWes
Phillies tflnge PU today toda BU because his J team tel wobbled wobbledslightly wbled wbledU wobbledslightly
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teeals J swatted Ms hi curves cur Just at th the th1rlht theright < i iright
right rlht time t st to turn tur them te into int j runs r With Withthe Wltbt Withthe
the score ar a I to t 2 tie t ii the PhHlles Pble had hadtwo hd hdto hadtwo
two to batting btin rallies r la the tb seventh svetb and andeighth andt andeighth
eighth t each netting tt a run r On O was wasenough wueh wasenough
enough eh to t wJn With Wih the th exception exepUon of ofone ofO ofone
one O bd bad taming ini Sparks Spro kept hits well wellscattered weDatee weliscattered
scattered atee R R H E EPilphia BPhiladelphia EPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pilphia SOO 30 OQB ll 1 114 4 5 I 2 2Chicago ZClp 2Chicago
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applied appli the th whitewash wltwh brush blb to the Dodg Dodgers Dodge ¬
ers e today ty With Wih two gone cne In the fifth fifthPaskert fifh fifhPa fifthPaskert
Paskert Pa r singled sinle and went to third on onHoWtaels onHobUuls onlioblltsels
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ond and ad b both scored on o Bgans single singleFremme sln slnFr singleFromme
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gers r fanning fannh seven no McIntyre McIntyr was wa alt altright anrht altright
right except In one inning Innin that he b was wasall yasall
all rht wrong w excp R R H K KBrooklyn i 10Brooklyn
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New York YMk Aug Au K 2Tbe 2kThe The Pirates Prts got gotanother ct ctanothe gotanother
another anothe little Jtt setback stbck today toy The locals localsscored los lossrd localsscored
scored srd all their tir runs rns in the t second sond inn inning InnI innlag ¬
lag Two singles sn one oe of them t by Mathew Mathws Mathewma Mat new newson
son I s two doubles doble a wild wld pitch plth and ad a base baseon b bon
on balls bU turned tur the t trick trk The Giants Giantsmight Giant Giantsmight
might mtht have hve made mae more mor but for some lome poor poorbase poorb poorbase
base b running rning just as Maddox Madox was going goinginto goingInto goingInto
into the th air The Te Pirates Prat opened opene festivi festivities festv festvtl festivities ¬
ties tl with a single gle by Leach Lah after one onewas onewas onewas
was Wth down dw Wagners Wa liner Uor scored eord him himbut himbut himbut
but the th Dutchman was wa caught cught stealing stealingIn stealng stealngIn
In the th sixth sth again with one down Leech Leechsingled Ljch Ljchlngl Leachsingled
singled lngl and a went gn to third on Clarkes Clarkesgrounder Carkes Carkesaoucr Clarkesgrounder
grounder Wagner Wasn banged out a fast fastliner tutJDer fastlIner
aoucr liner JDer but bue was WiS out ot at bnc first while whie Leach Leachscored Lach Lachsr Leachscored
scored R R H H E ENew ENew KNew
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Boston Bo Aug J6 00The The Doves Dns galloped gallopedunder gallopedunder
under the wire a winner by b an a eyelash eyelashthte eye eyelashthis
ur this tl afternoon atro wr In 1f the game se with wt the th Car Cardinals Cardl Cardinals ¬
dinals dl After A St St Louis Lou1 had pounded poundedRichies poundedRiehies
Richies Rlhles curves cure all alov over the t lot l and ac acquired acqu acquired ¬
quired a lead l of five fve runs ru at the end endof endo endof
qu of the sixth st tbs th home bm team tea had a sec second RCG seeond ¬
ond o spasm of o life lie and a batted bte out five fiverune fve fvet fivelimne
rune t G ep in the th seventh o vet d scored Ir the win winning wl winning ¬
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At t Denver Dn 2 Lincoln LincolnTHREElYJfLEAGUE Lncoln LncolnTHREEEYE 6 6THREEEYELEAGUE
BtoomlngtonRock BmbtonRoc Island game g post postponed postponed ¬
poned rain rainPeoriaDnbuque rin rinPriaDubu rainPeoriaDubuque
pn PeoriaDnbuque PriaDubu game me postponed ptp rain rainAt rn rnAt rainAt
At Decatur DetulDtur DecatniDecatur Decatur 4 Cedar Ce Rapids Rp 0 0At OAt 0At
At Springfield SprleSprlngld SpringfIe1Springfield Springfield 2 baron Davenport baronport vn vnpt ¬
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dianapolis 1 1 Second Scond game Toledo Toeo 6 6Indianapolis 6Ininapli 6IndIanapolis
Indianapolis Ininapli 4 4At 4At 4At
At Minneapolis MinneapoliaMinneapolis innpollMlnneapolis Minneapolis 7 Milwau Milwaukee ulUwauhoe UWI ¬
Pittsburg Pt burAU Aug 25 ZTe 25The The National Natial Sport SportIng 8p Sportlag
lag 1f club of this city ciy is going to find fnd a asuitable astabe asuitable
suitable stabe opponent ont for Battling BtU Nelson NelsonJimmy Nels NelsonJimmy
Jimmy Dime Dim matchmaker mthmer of the t club is isarranging Isarranng isarranging
arranging matches mtches with a view of a proc process proce procass ¬
ass e arranng of elimination elminato Ad Wolgast Wola and Harlem HarlemTommy Halem HalemTommy HarlemTommy
meet here Fol Following Potlowing
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Chn Murphy are in great shapeand shp shape an and a hard hardfight hardtht hardtight
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former toner Cincinnat Yale quarterback Quarterbk is to go g with lh the theGiants theGnt theGiants
Giants next nxt year yer according acrding to the t state statement atatement statement ¬
ment Gnt of several serl of his hi friends frends He ha habroken hasbroken
broken broke his rule rle to play no more baseball baseballby basbl
by accepting aptng an offer oter to play with a semi semiprofessional semiprofessional ml mlpfeiona1
professional pfeiona1 team tem here Saturday Sturay This Is Issaid II IIsid Issaid
said sid to be merely mrely a means meanl of limbering limbring up upand upand upand
and getting Into condition cnditon for faster com company compny cornpony ¬
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Newport Newpor R R I Aug 25 2nr fur the thl f fiiirh fiiirhtime n unn unntme rh rhtime
time tme in his lawn tennis cari carer er A William lium liumJ m mJ
J Clothier of Philadelphia Phiadelphia as s rea i i ithe dtbe 1the
the final round rou of the national tour tourment tourment tournment
ment on the Newport casino ourts ourtsvirtue ourtlvirtue ourtsvirtue <
virtue of his victory over ov r ThomaRundy I Thoma lhomoRundy horn i iRundy
Rundy of Los Angeles in tb emifin emifI emifiustoday s stoday
today time thr e sets to one oneIn one oneIn
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the Newport event being del dfted deftted ited 11 ni nifinal n nfinals
finals fnals by H U L Doherty Dhry b t tl ti > Ent Entpla Enpla Eneplayer
pla player > er I while whie ihe following foloWng year yearreached > u ureached 1
reached the same 1 stage e onl only to be befeated h hflate hefeated
feated flate by Uolcombe Holmb Ward WardTn War oy
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final fn round run and a won the tb cli clmpion clmpionfrom < mpio mpiofrom nlpion nlpionfrom
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of the t country cntry in the th person pl of M 1 I
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against ap8 Clothier Cloi tomorrow tmrw McLougt McLougtbaa M ILDlr < I > ou > t thas
has ha not no come cme through his b fath fathacclEnt ratciaccident at < i iaccident
accident acclEnt fpr his hil opponents opents hem hemsuch h e il J
such expert expr players plyelll as R R H ialni PaII luliwr i
F Touchard Touhal and the speedy < air alr t tMelville rr
Melville Mehte H Long McLouchln McLoulli spy won WOI ti tiTouchard i I
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three sets a to one oneClothier oneCloth1r oneClothier
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finals fnas tomorrow toorow Clothier Clotie a n b b6J 11 l
6J 6 68 7 74 and
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76 7 6t S The weather wether was wa i th thotor
for good go tennis tenni and the ha st t f fmatches fmatches fmatches
matches of o the national nat toun m m1 nt ntplayed v vplayed
played playe off today toy when the 10 wo o
from the te west we Thomas noms C Biudv B d y t 1 1Anele
Angeles Anele and Maurice Maur F Mel McJJhl aghn i iPacific
Pacific Paifc states stt champion chmpo m I ni t tl tlremainig tlremaining > t tremaining
remaining remainig eastern eaten player ViIi ilt ill
Clothier Cothi of Philadelphia Piphi aid ld a i d r I
Touchard Touhard of New York Yo in the s fl
fnals finals
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started lltar on the th championship chmplblp < ourt ourtseat ourlseat otirtseat
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ported pte to make m it a hard h fithl fl ftp h ht t in inother I n riother I Iohe
other ohe match mteh McLoughUn KcLeh w oIO oIOtwenty no notwenty o otwenty
twenty years ye of age e was W I ncd nc i j jey ieasy i ieasy
easy ey victory vcr over ov Toochard Toubl DV iJ iiy t tperts tperiL i
periL p and ad it looked loke like a to tSU sm c cCothier Y YClothier
Clothier Cothier and ad McLoughlln m mt t in il i i
final fil round ruM tomorrow tomorrowThe tmw tmwTe
The Te old ol story of inadequ Inadeu re 1 nU cficast f i icast
cast its it shadow on the outc outlne me t l 1 Icompetitions i icpttons i icompetitions
competitions cpttons HcLatighlins McLaughlns m mth tch ag > g
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Hoekins as a umpire while th
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and an number numberBut numbr numberBut Bundy BDy had h only ony half blf i IIe e n n L Lnumber
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played plye right rght through thronh the toruamn tournamen tour n am i t tout n nout wout
out officials ofcalB makes make the work of St Sty
In the t above abve reproach all al the more morntur i inature i inature
nature ntur of o heckling heklng That It I uns unstlr unsetti ttl d dgame l lgame >
game gme was evident as It took tok h hil hint hintsets m msets 1 1st
sets st to come anyways near his nai 1 i iINTERNATIONAL tINTERNATIONAL
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Play Py was continued cntnued today toay in th thnational thnato thnational
national nato lawn tennis t8D tournament Wuont tournamentMens s
Mens les international Intraton stagier
Buffalo beat Marshall 81 Pittsl
fault faultBridges Bufal faut faultBridges bt Kha Ptlug irg i
Brqe Bridges California CaUfo beat b 0 Brien Briencago Srlll Srlencago
cago cac H i M MNeeley 94Neeley
Neeley Neele Chicago Chlc beat bt Stratford satord Strat ford j I
falo fo tab Cl 11 IL ILHowell 61 61Howell L LHowell
default defaultFoulkes defalt defaultFoulkes Howell Howell Buffalo Buta beat b Osbon Obe e loi 1r Ti v >
Foulkes Fue Ottawa Ot beat bt Carre CIl 11 B BJt ni
62 G 6263 6263Mens H HKeD t tMens
Mens handicap bap slnaiesLe IDL > or Ott
beat bt Briavs B Fort Fo Niagara N H 6 1 6
Schreiber Shib Ottawa oU beat bt Be BLrd ird n I v
land lnd I 62 2 1 10 10French 0 0French
French Fnch Chicago Cf beat b Memdeff Mlnieff 1 11 1 i ii
burg br Cl 1 tS tSKlrkover 12 12Krkover 12Kirkover
Klrkover Krkover Buffalo Bufo beat bt HoJge m V
land ld 88 8 t2 12 6 6International 6 64 64International BIJJe
International Interatol doubles dubll doublesMiss Miw Jo JoPhiladelphia J n 1
Phiadelphia Philadelphia and Miss Kot i i E
teat bet Miss Mi Summerhayes 8umerh and Mrs rs 1
bee of Toronto 11 Ii 76 76Miss 7 7Miss 75Miss
Miss May Ky Button 8utt California Coi i and an d M J
Neeley Neele Chicago Cclo beat Miss I Falrbur Fiirbur
Miss MII Keith Kith Toronto Tolt 84 ftt fttMiss W 61Miss
Miss Mi8 Ma May > Button Suto and ad Mrs M Jianni Jiannimeet Hanli Hanzitmeet
meet in the finals
met fl Saturday Stuy the Ih Ihto u uto wto
to meet the titleholder Utleholdr Miss rt Waln Vabn ah
New York YorkThe York YorkThe
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6L California Calfoi 4 beat bat Bt Bryant Buffalo BLlo Bid lo t 6 610nM > <
Jones California Caiforni beat bt Hell Torn
63 63 6362 6362Carroll I 2 2Carroll
Carroll Carrol Buffalo Bfalo beat b FK JIlh French nch
land S4 Cl ClPettee 61Pettee 1 1Pete c
Pettee Pete Chicago Ct beat bt Harrison r C H Hland cv
land 75 75 Cl ClSansabaugh 51 518an 41Sansabaugh HJ1n
Sansabaugh 8an bug Newport Newp btt t Robtr Robe
Chicago CblcaC W It 1 6fc 6fcPrescott 1 63Prescott
Prescott Presot Montreal Kontr beatDries bt Di Hes Dfn Dr >
C4 63 63International 63Interational 63International n
International Interational ladles > s aingKs lngTMrs lngTMrsna Mrs H Hna I I Ina
na Toronto beat Miss i Botch R Bi i < r
64 6 6t 6tMiss 62 62Miss Bth
Miss Button Suttn Pasadena Pasdn beat bat Mi Mi5R Mi5Rers Miss = q M Mers Merr
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