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Vhats All Vhati the TIme Spors CUB S W WiN 0 IN I D D BUT lJ T PJ PIRATES R AT IJ S D DO 0 NOT LOSE Tl eSportingAuthority eSportingAuthorityAll of Salt Lake
Buena Vista Meeting Promises PromisesMuch PromisesMuch
Much in the Way ofGood of ofGood
Good sport sportVIE SportEW
w y i t 1 iI Lri n a few days the hanataUa will willf
f Ll 11 Imrrier for the opening of the ther
r Hunil Vista race course Five hun hundlJ hundt
dlJ dt 1 r t th 1 h fastest hone In the western weatemC
the ttlck waiting the tbenmity theT
C i t will 1 be at
nmity T fl j I V to compete In the races There ThereJ
J v JlW ii or two other meetings In the theI
1 it tittes that conflict with this one onenlt oneILtt
nlt JIHlny of the fast ones have come comet
t dt Lake for the fall meeting meetingIninl meetingning
Ininl ning of the new mlle track will wUlII
I II JiJt real thoroughbred racing overI over
1 track I it k In the state The track is so sot
1 t tiHt nO ex use u may be made for forhoop forn
n hoop JI S failing to do his best On half halfI
I I 1 aki horses u used ed to running on onttks ontiks
ttks find difficulty In keeping keepingt
t r tlhl and the form Is often upset upsetTn
Tn r tl flu mile tracks however they run runrnirp
1 nlorp consistent to form formltlt formth
ltlt th the opening of the new Buena Buenapark BuenavtA
vtA park Saturday another new racing racingik
1 ik is s ldded to the turf and it is one onen
nine in scenic beauty beautyI
n t is stond ond to
1 in racing efficiency Some twenty twentya
t S a P the Buena Vista track was first firstioI1t firstIIt
ioI1t IIt If t gr rtat at expense A beautiful egg eggp
1 p d < 1 track was constructed out of hard hardLI
111 LI k tliyt and silt Each turn was wasfikd wasi
i fikd high and wide long stretches con conk conI
k < l llr
lr I a eW yeallll the Buena Vista track tracklS
lS the amusement ground of th thousands thousandsl usands
1 rc horse fans Most of the rac ract races racesthin
t thin I tl1 lIdd on the track were harness harnessr
r It was the starting pOint of the ther theTtY
TtY r circuit and every hone Jbat hat raced racedn
n 1 b track beat his previous record iecordTh
Th h t tll < IRee track changed hands and andIS
V IS fmally forgotten The grand stand
1 Ftalls were torn down and hauled hauledr hauledThere
r There was not a board left The Theprh Theprtv
prh hangEd bands and the racing racinggTten
0 gtten When racing was revived revivedr
r thought of the old track and it itj
j 4 1 1t len used for sixteen years yeaI8Mile yearsMile
Mile Track Planned PlannedrlJowingo Plannedr
rlJowingo r the meeting In Salt Lake last lastFIlinf lastFi1n
Fi1n FIlinf th > Utah Jockey club began to tot toiLU
iLU t fl build a mile track for the fallT fall fallThe
T t in r The officers of the club searched searchedvr
vr 1 the country for an available 10 b bt
t 01 n f IiF I a racing park There was so soground
1 J ground required that a good loca locaf locatfl
tfl f n difficult to find Finally some omeo
o rIalltd the old Buena Vista track trackY trackLinar
Linar W Y W Finn and others went out outt
t 1 k rlr the track but it was so o over overr
r with grass ss and sagebrush that thatv
I v 1 unable to locate it At a near nearj
j 1JnhiLoUe iTII loUle the oldest Inhabitant In the theChhwhood theri1iirhood
Chhwhood located the track for them themthick themtluik
thick was the vegetation that it was wasWIC wasy
y Whfl WIC 1t they came almost on top of off
f fralk that thi they > y were able to distln distln11
11 it The thick growth of grass had hadI
1 I n rv1 < 1 the track from being washEd washEdh
V h Yy rain The beautiful foundation foundationthat
C hiyn that had assisted so o materially in intI insuch
tI hlg such fast time was still there therel
5 v tl l with age ageI
I i Ik of making the waste of sage
1 1I1fl 1 salt grass into a beautiful rac
J1ark j trk was a difflcult one
1 < llrI1uoed 1 by the Utah Jockey club clubtl
1 tl Till Adams estate The first work workn
n tIlt 1w track It was plowed up bar barnipEd hexi
i > aped i and rolled and soon It ItIn ItUI
In lwtter shape than most of the thewljch
1 which had beEn In constant use uset
1 t iln in wells were driven and a large largeater largef
f water ater secured From one of these theseW
W Wa iecur ecund d the already famous famousi
i 1 Vista ista lithia water This water wattrll1phur waterlIhur
ll1phur In solution and is particularly particularlyh
h 1 d I In h y the horses at the track trackI
I L r i is not an elevatIon in the Buena Buenat
1 t < frk Its wide long stretches and andh
h turns are productive of exceed exceednnd
< 2 nnd id tilDe The home stretch Is 85 85t
t wid ih and a quarter of a mlle from fromI fromTitrmne
I l1lne to the stretch to the wire wirer
r i is tn excellent drain to the track track11at trackLtf
11at it will never be slow even in the theIi
Ii I The ground Is 22 feet higher than
1 I at fair ground and twelve fe feet feetL t tthan
L than the Temple grounds groundsrLTI4
nilJd stand faces the east look 100kfT lookover
> fT over the level track over the tbef
f Salt alt Lake to the snowcapped snowcappedI
T I h f the > Vasatch which form a
1 oval background for the park parkrIHI parktand
rIHI ptand has been firmly built builtw
w v II I IlImfortabb rnfortabI seat 3500 peoplE > On Onfj Onft
fj grl1mds refreshment stand booths boothsI
i I t tahlfs have been built The Salt SaltJ
J tk Huute trains which will carry the theiit thel
iit l from Salt Lake to the BuenaVlsta BuenaVlstal Buena Vista Vista1lk
l 1lk II > will run direct to thE grand stand standhf standT
T hf Ttah Jockey club is compo composed ed of ofIt ofLik
It Lake men who have made a perma perxnaHt I
lit investment of 150000 5O at the new park
TI rL prp05e to conduct a fall meeting
111 fr tllt thirty days beginnIng next Saturday SaturdayI
it I h all Intermission during state fair
1 Alfady Ak eady the first weeks eks programI program programhII1
I hII1 announced with liberal purses pursesr
r 11 fat horses From the personnel persormE1t
t IH I fl ffictaIs elal of the meeting and the theor
1 tr or the contesting horses there therer
n r inkatlon that the ran meeting
I i 1 ronounced ucces
t1laiI Cal Sept HLew Powell of
FrlIw 1 a isco so Ughtwt iightwtight > lght knoc knocked outH out
H Harrison tonight In the second round roundlwdIlIPd roundtwdiled
lwdIlIPd tpnrollnd bout Powell It ItIi
Ii u 1 will seek a match with Battling
kn 1 1r the championshIp championshIpKEENE > hampionshlpKEENE
Wrwi rwjo J Eng < ng Sept HThe members mpmbPnIk
pLtt > Ik hnJkap of DO O sovrelgo distance distanceI distancefurhings
I 1 furlongs was won today by Gill GI1tr
tr Pnlt Plutest st was get second ond and P108pec P108pectloin1 Preapethud
thud Among the fourteen starters startersJ
J n J Keenes eents Helmet II IIThe 11The
The Open S Sson Ssonon fAson fAsonon
on Ducks DucksCOJDIEXCKS
COJDIEXCKS OCT 1 1Equip 1mjuip
Equip yourself now from our Im Immcns imm
mcns m nst stock of Guns AmIlunitions AmIlunitionsHunting Amnua1tionsHunting
Hunting Clothing etc etcWestern etcWestern
Western Arms and andEli andSportIngGoods
SportIngGoods Eli l9oods Co CoSam CoUncle
Uncle Sam SamThe
The 3esiIe 3esiIePawn
Pawn Pawnbroker
broker brokerj
j Cuts the Rate Ratei1
i1 30 E 1st So SoCareer SoGoIter
Career of ofCommercial OfCommercial
Commercial8ALTLAK Commercial CommercialSALT
Turf Exchange
48 Eatt lIeond south Stro Strct StrctcalifornIa t tCs1lfornl
californIa and EItern tem Rttcn Dlnot DlnotWlru j
Wlru 1 AU t3o to Bvct tI
2 J
Tommy OToole Puts Up Great GreatFight GreatFight
Fight at5Quaker at Quaker CityExhibition City CityExhibition
Exhibition ExhibitionBoston
Boston Sept 14Abe Attell or Call Callfornia 11 11tomia
tomia the featherweight champion was wasgiven I
given the decision over Tommy OToole OTooleof
of Philadelphia In twelve rounds by byRefere byReferea
Refere Charles White of New YOrk at athe atthe
he Armory Athletic aa association insight toRihtThe insightThe
The decision was a surprise to Ute ma majority majority
jority of the zooe Z persona who saw w tbe tbefight tI tIfight
fight an and < < they strongly expressed their theirdisapproval theirdisapprovaL
disapproval disapprovalOTopie disapprovaLOTople
OTopie did the forcing throughout andIn and andIn
In the last round had the blood nowtac nowtacfrom flow flowfrom
from Attell face as be drove him arouncl arounclthe arou arouthe
the ring with stiff punches puncheThe punchesThe
The fifth round was the hardest fought fouchtof
of the bout Attell drove OToole to the theropes theropes
ropes with smashing rights and lefts tothe to tothe
the head but OToole came back and sent aentAtteU sentAttell
AtteU staggering Into the corner The Theround Theround
round closed with Attell repeating his bIafirst hisflr8t
first charge forcing OToole to cover COftrOToole coverOToole
OToole did most of his flght fighting Inclose In Inclo
clo close e and put in a rapid fire attack on onAtteUs enAttells
AtteUs body and face faceAttell faceAttell
Attell closed OToolts right eye in the thetighth theeighth
eighth tJp to the final round honors honorawert honorswere
were > about even and In the twelfth twelfthOToole twelfthOTooIe
OToole sent in hard swings on Atte1ls Atte1lsrose
rose and smashed his body with short Bbortjabs shortjabs
jabs in thE clinches Attell had little op opportunity opportunity
portunity to land a blow blowAMrRICA blowAMERICA
Yankee Tennis Experts Have HaveLittle HaveLittle
Little Trouble in Defeating DefeatingEnglish DefeatingEnglish
English Champions ChampionsPbDadelphia Championsthiladelphla
PbDadelphia Sept HAmerica today todaymade todaymade
made a clean sweep of the Davis cup lawn lawntennis lawntennis
tennis series at the Germantown Cricket Cricketclub Cricketclub
club W A Lamed defeating J C Parke Parkeby Parkeby
by W 6 62 63 and W J 1 Clothier beatlng beatlngC
C P Dixon by b 63 61 61 4 These events eventawith eventswith
with thoe tho of the double matches l lday yester yesterday
day and the two other singles last Sat Saturday Saturday
urday give America five wins to none for forEngland forEngland
England The double was the onl oniy hotly hotlycontested hotlycontested
contested match the Englishmen falling fallingto
to win a set In the singles singlesIn
In the Parke ParkeLarn4 arn11 match superior superiorteadIneas uperiorsteadiness
steadiness and accuracy of the American Americanchampion AmericanchampIon
champion were noteworthy Parkes ser service service
vice wall Ineffective IneffectiveThe
The ClothierDixon match was as another anotheroneman anothermeman
oneman affair the th American outplaying outplayingtbe
tbe Englishman at every pOint pOintThe pointThe
The series has been disappointing be because beause
cause of the weak resistance made bl the thevisitors thevisitors
visitors in the singles singlesMessrs
Mell8rs Dixon and Parke will sail aU for forEngland CorEngland I
England tomorrow but Crawley will r rmain re remain
main In Philadelphia for some time and andwill andwill
will take part In the Philadelphia cham champlonsblp championship
plonsblp tournament next week weekSummaries weekSummaries
Summaries SummariesLarnEd SummariesLamed
Lamed defeated Parke W 62 f3 14Clothier f3Clothier
Clothier defeated Dixon 63 61 4
New York Sept ltTh Motor Cups CupsHolding CupsHolding
Holding company which was recently in incorporatEd Incorporated
corporatEd to consider the feasibility of ofholding ofholding
holding another Vanderbilt cup race have havejust havejust
just decided to hold such a contest and andhave andhave
have fixed the date for October 30 W WK WK
K Vanderbll jr the donor of the cUP cUPand cupand
and other members of the committee can canvassed canvassed
vassed the automobile manufacturellll of oftbls ofthis
this country and Europe and they have bavereceived havereceived
received assurances that between thirty thirtyand thirtyand
and thirtyfive cars will be entered in inthe inthe
the coming contest thus making It the thelargest thelargest
largest in point of entries of any yet yetheld yetheld
held The course this year will be short shortened hortened
ened to a little less than fifteen miles milesbut milesbut
but the distance will remain the same sameIn sameIn
In shortening the circuit the darerous darerousturns
tums have been eliminated so that the thecourse thecourse
course IUI now planned will be idela idelaOfficial IdelaOfficial
Official announcement of the hoMing holdillgof
of the race will be isLUetl In a few days daysand daysand
and it is expected that within two weeks weeksthereafter weeksthereafter
thereafter the foreign and domestic car carmanufacturers carmanufacturers
manufacturers will announce the names of oftheir oftheir
their drivers and establish Quarters along alongthe alongthe
the course so that a long season 9f 9ftraining 9ftraining
training may be had hadNfW hadNE
c E Clow Says That He Has the theKind I
Kind That Makes the thePonies thePonies
Ponies Win
Away up In northern Idaho skirting the tbeborder theborder
border of Yellowstone National Park C CB CB
B Clew the wellknown Salt Lake turf turfman turfman
man has started a thoroughbred stable stableOn stableOn
On this ranch Mr Clew expects to rear rearall rearall
all the future derby winners He already alreadyhlUl
has seven thoroughbred race hones and andIs
Is planning In purchasing several more moreMr moreMr
Mr low has just returned after an au automobile automohile
tomobile trip from Salt Lake and back backDUring backDuring
DUring his absence he put on several hun hundred bundred
dred tons of timothy hay Hc I is author authorIty authorIty
Ity for the statement that the Idaho tim tlmo timothy
o othy IY produces stronger and faster horses horsesthan
than the blue grass of Kent ky Mr MrClow fr frClow
Clow has a ranch of 201 acres at the ed edge edgeof e
of the Yellowstone forest reserve On Onthis Onthis
this ranch are found all kinds of game garne1arp gamelarge
large and small and the trout fishing ftshlngIn
In the streams that cross his ranch Is IslIuperb Issuperb
superb lIuperbDUrina superbDuring
During the preeent race meeting at atBUEna atBuena
BUEna Vista Dark three fast ones will willarry willcarry
carry the colors of Mr Clow stableThey stable stableTbey
They are Tavern My Nur Nurse e and Lady
Panchlta After the Butte met meeting > tlng these tbesebones thesehorses
bones were shipped to Salt Lake to rest restup restup
up for the Buena Vista meeting They
have been at the fair grounds stable for a amonth amonth
month but were taken to stalls at the theBuena theBuena
Buena Vista race course yesterday yesterdayDO yesterdayDO
American Tennis Experts Complete CompleteSeries CompleteSeries
Series With Victories VictoriesPhiladelphia VictoriesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept HThe Americanlawn American Americanlawn
lawn tennis team having won the right rightto
to challen challenge e Australia for the Dwight DigbtF
F Davis cup Interest In the matches matcheswith matcheswith
with the Brltisbera today was not so sogreat o ogreat
great at the Germantown cricket club In Intodays Intodays
todays play W A Lamed the American Americanhamplon Americanchampion
champion met J J C Parke and W J SClothier JClothier
Clothier played against C P Dixon of ofEngland ofEngland
England EnglandClotbler EnglandClothier
Clothier won his match from Dixon 63 136I
81 64 64The 64The
The LamPdPtrke match was won by byth bythe
th the American 63 62 63 63OGDEN 63OGDEN
Six Running RunningRaces RunningRaces
Races Daily DailySpecial
Special train daily O S L leaves leavesSalt leavesSalt
Salt Lake 1206 and 1 p m Re Returns Returns
turns 5 45 6 55 and 7145 7 45 Round Roundbi1 Roundtrill
trill 110
w iT 1 T IJY IJYF c I J I r rI
First Day Day of Jockey Clubs 1
Meeting Furnishes FurnishesGreat FurnisnesGreat
Great SportSpecial Sport SportSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Sept HUnder ideal fail all rae racing raelag
lag conditions so far as the track am amsky andsky
sky wu concerned the first day of Ogden OgdenJockey OgdenJockey
Jockey club meeting opened today at the thefalrgnnmds thefair
falrgnnmds falrgnnmdsThe fair grounds groundsThe
The racing offered the pabolts of the thega thegame
ga game W8 all that could be asked and not nota
a race ttent ent by without a hard drive drivedown drivedown
down the stretch to set the stand In an anuproar anuproar
uproar uproarThe uproarThe
The day offered but one disappointment disappointmentHannah
Hannah Louise the prohibitive favorite tavoritelnthe In Inthe
the fourth race at 2 to i whirled IUI the thebarrfer thebarrier
barrier flew and was left six ix len lengths hs to tothe tothe
the bad Pelham a 10 to 1 shot end showed showedthe
the best of the field and won with Fan Faneull Fancull
cull Hall pleasing many place bettors by
landing in second place placeThe placeThe
The wise money got off well In the first firstrace firstrace
race when Wheatatone won out In the
drive HupaJa was a POPular winner al although although
though many liked Docile A bump was wasalso wasalso
also heard In the last race when Cardinal
Sarto got ot off well and after trailing No
Quarter for six furlongs opened up in Iiithe inthe
the stretch and won The other finishes flnisbessuited finishessuited
suited the talent talentThursday talentThursday
Thursday will be ladles day and then
the races will close until after the state
fair meeting at Salt Lake the manage malUgement managemont
mont not w wishing shln to rUn a counter aUrac
tIon to the state fair The Ogden Jockey
club will have ten das after thi Salt
Lake fair races close and It Is understood
that an understanding has been had with
the Utah Jockey club to finish out the
Ogden meeUlg meetlngsfler after the fair fairENSIGN fairENSIGN
Challenge Is Issued Isuedto to Utah Teams TeamsBoth TeamsBoth
Both in Football and Cricket CricketThe
The J Ensign < association football team teammade teammade
made its first appearance In practice yes
terday and from the strong lineup pre preented pmsented
ented an eleven is in the field that will willmakeall willmake
makeall make all Utah teams work to win The Theel Theeleven
el eleven V8n shows new mat material > riaJ In Umpleby a aorth
North of England profes professional lonal and Ar
thur Treanor a Liverpool shark
Thc oldtimers AOisell Chapman Col
Uns Adamson White Buttler and Rua RuaeJ Ruad
ad eJ are al also o In the game The practice practicen practicenights
n nights hts have been set for Tuesdays aDd
Fridays on the El E1ghteentj < < bteentb ward square
The IUIIIOCiation men are also convinced
that they can an play cricket a as well al5 al5rugby asrugby
rugby and they have issued a challenge
to Secretary James of the Salt Lake alto
Cricket club The secretary of the En Ensign Ensign
sign team W Ansell will be glad to toreceive toreceive
receive an answer anawerto to the challenge
BY SCORE OF 11 11TO TO 5Special 5 5Special
Special to The HeraldRepubilcan HeraldRepubilcanManU
ManU Sept HYesterday afternoon a agame agame
game of baseball was played between the theIlantl theManti
Ilantl and Spring City teams upon the theIantl thebtanti
Iantl diamond resulting In a core of 11 11to iito
to in favor of the ManU boys The TbePIlle Thegame
game throughout was enthusiastic and andInteresting andintereiung
Interesting and well attended Tomorrow TomorrowafternQOn Tomorrowafternqon
afternQOn the Xanti and Ephraim boys bo15will boyswill
will play a friendly game for practice practiceand
and next Saturday the latter teams will willcome wincome
come togt together > ther for a purse of 100 forfeits forfelabaving forfeitshaying
haying been posted In the sum of orConsiderable 25 25Considerat
Considerable > > e enthusiasm is 8 manifest Inthis In Inthbs
this part of the country In the baseball baaeballline
line and there Is a number of games be betw between
tw tween n the Sanpete or > vler ier boy almost almostevery almostevery
Phlladt Philadelphia > lphia Sept nTbe University Universitlof
of Pennsylvania a today won the intercol intercollegiate Intercolleglate
legiate tennis championship in doubles on onthe onthe
the court of the Merion CrIcket club clubdefeating clubdefeating
defeating Harvard in the final round 1ft 1ftthree Inthree
three stra straight tht nets netsVallapc 8tsVallaI
VallaI F Johnnn n nCI < l A D I Thayer Thayerof
of PlIl1yania vcro Ore olpose b by G 1 1Gar 1Gartr
Gar Gartr r nd ii F S wtzfr tzpr who made a ar asUe1u
sUe1u r ntlt i nO final Sd s t but falltd falltdto
to 1 >
F I i t W f11 nints arl arlII a1 a1H
II I i 1 iio hfp U 1ASew
81 Sew H c ar tor or 1 1manfnt pi piflh3fleflt
manfnt loF9ession < < ion The Thedn1 5ummar 5ummar11
dn1 11 I in1 rou uTd uTdT H HT
T I T t fl i ir b L Lr
r LI h z ha hl4 i4 G GI j jI
I u J
Cincinnati Sept HFrank Bancroft Bancroftbusiness Bancroftbusiness
business manager of the Cincinnati National Na National
tional league received a letter toda today from fromPresident fromPresident
President Norris ONelll of the Western Westernleague estern esternleague
league saying that he is arranging a aIKhedule aschedule
schedule of post season games between betweenthe
the Philadelphia American league team teamaM teamaiid
aM an aUstar a aggregations p on many of ofwhom ofwhom
whom will be former Pacific coast play playera playcis
era who have won distinction in the big bigleagues bigleagues
leagues They will play in the Car west westand westand
and on the Pacific coast coastIf coastIf
If the Philadelphia American league leagueteam leagueteam
team should win the championship this thbspewt thisptt
pewt season schedule will be delayed until uattlthe untilthe
the worlds series Is mn off Otherwise Otherwisethe
the post season series will start im immediately immediately
mediately at the lose of the season ason
Every day baseball fans are shouting shoutingthe
the praises of some pitcher or other who whohas whobias
has won his game no hits no runs and andso
50 on They soon forget the slab artists artl6tson
on the other side who lost The tWO tWOpictures twopictures
pictures above shows on tb the right rightR rightRu3
R Ru3 W Marquard the Giant pitcher who whoMS whohas
MS lost about as many games as any of ofthem ofthem
them In the big leagues and Durban on onthe onthe
the left At th that t Marquard plays In hard hardluck hardluck
luck and on that account he has a big bigCoI bigfoHowing
CoI foHowing wing of fans who like to see him himwork himwoik
work Bun Durham Is now shining > > for forminor forminor
minor IEl 3eaus KUII company where he I still sUIIg08d stillgood
good 1r r ioiie rite fancy work en the rubber
nye K Y St Sept > pt 14Play was re resumed resumedtoday mmedtoday
today In the team matches of the In Intercollegiate intercollegiate
tercollegiate golf championship at the theApa1mls theApawseis
Apa1mls club harvard met Williams Williamswblle Williamswhile
while Princeton was 88 opposed to Yale YaleSingles YaleSingles
Singles were played In the morning and andfourball
fourball matches In the afternoon Each Eachmatch Bachmatch
match counted a point halved matches matcbellnot
not being played out out1n outIn
1n the morning play the total core was
2 to 1 in favor of Yale over Prineton Prinetonwhile Prinetonwhile
while Harvard total was G points to 1 1over 1over
over Williams
Paris Sept JIXr El Biechoffs choffs Bebe ran ranIn ranIn
In the Prix Velay at Engbeln today but butdid butdid
did not get R place placeHts placeHis
His Lectladln ran In the Prix Card but butallllO butalso
allllO failed to showW show I
W K Vanderbilts Lillian In the Prix PrixIauragals PrixLauragais
Iauragals but was unplaced
AJ AJBlum A J JBlum
clear track good
eighth da day Weather
Ogden Sept H 1919 Tuesday
Blum pruiding pr siding judge W M 1 Murray urray starter starterI 3yearolds and up Value to first firstlSO firstI
I gg FIRST RACEFour furlongs selling Betting BetUngInd
196 I QU lSO Op CI
Fin Jockey
Ind Horse Wt S 4 JAt Str 6 Z
184 Wheatstone a 167 lO 2 31 In 1 11 Cavanaugh 4 1
180 Lucky Mate 3 104 I 21 2JAt 2h E 1 15 31
3uk nk SI
3 191 3 4S
192 Chitterlings I 1
192 Al Hampton 3 I i4 41 4h Christie 4 5
184 Happy Chappy aJr I 3 13 5nk Ilekens 4 4 4
i WI 4 Ih 1 14
1 EricSOI 8 3
71 7 74 77 W WillIs liI
1GI 7
179 Byron 4 Ui UiAthgold 15Athgold
11 Post
152 Salina a ten 8 B3 W It BIedon edon 15 15At 15At
Athgold 4 110 5 S S
At post 1 min mm Off at 2i Tlme5 Tlme U 51 Si SiWheatstone 35Wheatetone sh 14 Winner Winnerh
Wheatstone pi 1 sh 1 12 late pl Si sh 46 ChitterlingS WlDlau trainer J J W Wil Williams Wilhams
h l g by Free KnightBeUe Decker Owner Wbeabltone a Jive Jivebird livebird
< third
second dri drivIn lnS
Won cleriy
hams Start good
Mate ran a agood agood
to pare
bird today came on when ready and won with something
good race racetn and Value to tint I II I II
tn 91 SECOND RACEFour furlongs 3yearokJs BettIng BettIngirni BetUaInd
Ind Horse Wt S 4 Mi 4 3i Str FlU JOCkeY Op 2 1
181 Ruse Daly 4 Iel 1 4 3 344 Znk 3nk Ink Christie 4 3
191 Alivla lIvta 3 1GII l J IIlk Ih Ih 21 II I
195 Llbbervale a 1 i7 l 2 41 4 4 434 31 1 EI Parker Eloeniapf zapf 32 3 S
3 41
138 Prudent 3 III U Z2 12 I I Sl
180 Judge Shvrtall 31 3 1St Ii 51 63 W i4 2 S
165 l Jas A Murray aWl 7 83 1 12 82 12 F Murphy
15 15At II IIAt
7 1 7 Bergman Ber1fl
159 Sen Barret 4 5 I6 S 1 1
mill mm Off at 3214 3 Tlme4 I1 45 51 51Daly 51Ialy
At post IA Scratched Bird BlritIn
ab h 3 3
Daly pl 45 sh 25 Allvla pL 1 ab 12b 1 brmlcantAitI rmicantAlda Libberale Dunn Owner A Wit Witson n nson
In Bush Friar of Elgin Winner hr m by
driving second and third headily DIlly DIllyutran Dalyutran
Start good
E Brewster
son smart race raceLlbbErvale raesLibbervale
Allvla Latter ran a
at end and outgatned
< utran early rly came strongly
LlbbErvale showed Improvement Prudent quit quitTHIRD
Belling 4yearolds and up Value tv first firstu
198 THIRD RACEMlle flntBetUng netting BetUngInd
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11 11 11 1 14 Picken 3 32 45
164 Huapala a l 109 2 13
76 KalS Kalserhoff < rhoffi 5 Wll1 l 1 1 134 33 31 3S 31 Toilet It
2i 1 3116 31 Jarret 1 32 2
178 Surety 5 109 4 11 21 21 I
41 41 4l3 4lt Borel 4 1 1rn
IU 3 il 53
1 193 Docile a
173 Manila S S I ISO i 41 4JAt 511 55 51 61w S S Johnson Jouuon18 1 1t 6
76 Mendon a 104 II 8 ½ fIIi 6 fi3 62 6 6 Peak S
7 1 7 7 7 Cotton CottonA 4 4 4At
17 Herman Doyle a112 a 112 1 1
min mm Oft at 4S4 III rime2635 rime 2G J 5Z 1 111 11 111 41 41Haapala 45Huapala
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25 IIh out Kai8erhoff pl 50 52 sh
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and third thirdHuapala bsu4Uy bsu4UyHuapala
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Surety tIred caR do better
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Betting BettlRInd BettingIrni
I 19 J Value to first 110
Ind Horse Wt S 4 3 l Str FiN Jockey Joeke OIL 01
174 Pflham a lm 1 c 11 1b 1b 1 Cotton 11 IIiss
1 iss Faneull Hall I II 1 31 3134 31 Il ½ 2 244 Groth S I
183 Robt Mitchell al08 a 101 4 tl l Ii 1 h Ink Cavanaugh 54 4
176 Hdy Adelaide 4m 1 102 5 41 45 41 41 lMk I t
177 Han Louise Z 110 1 I 6 6 iI Adams JS 11
11 day Worth a 1 iI 501 ½ 51 6 Poet 15 15At 15At
At post 2 min Off at 4 411P4 TlmeJ3J1 1105 5135 5135Peiham IL ILPelhampl
Pelhampl Peiham I 4 sl 1 Hail pI I 32 sh 1 Mitchell sh 21 SclOtehe MaUI MaUIMontrose 1oUIeMontrose
Montrose Winner inier ch g by AlbertPlawla Owner B Hlebox trainer W WThomas WThomas
Thomas Start bad won all driving day Worth cut across Louise at start Pel PsIham Pelham
ham took lead and lasted It oat gamely Hall closed well Mitchell quit nr fin finIsh InIsh
Ish Louise no chance ofter break breIIkHtD breakff4jir1FTHRACEFIve
ff4jir1FTHRACEFIve FIFTH RACEFIve furlongs sellI selling 3ear01cl1l and up VaI Value e to first fkMU firstwu
HtD 135 DettiJIC DettiJICIud IIet IIetmd
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Iud Hors Wt S j Str Fin Jockey 9P3 OD CL
143 B61frUm 3 1 11 11 11 111 1 Janet 12 2 4
184 Aulllne 4 1 109 4 21 11 IY 21 1 21 Thomas 4 JJ
149 Bavaria 4 tS4S 13 3h 11 5 4h h 11 Cotton 11 l 11
118 Old Nick a JtC S 5h 41 3j 1 B JOIUISM JeIt 12 1 I I11S
11S Judge Cabtne 3351 2 41i 51 501 6lw PIck Pkkens I I SId
1 Id uiene If Wood 4 nl 0 64 14 I 13 I fI FiScher S I
183 1 Amt Bala 4 I 109 7 71 74 73 7 74 < < CaYana Cvanftugh 4 I ItIIi7 4
tIIi7 Marburg 3 1 105 8 8 8 8 8 TuJlet 15 15At 15At
At pr pest t 3 nil Off at 5 Time2 5115 5 15 10125 1 03 25 251ilrit
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ana IV 1 1 iHtIOI dlllf G Swain Start gvI 0I1 won ti1 driving 1rivin spond and third thirdhandil thIrdhanLi
handil I ii iI T l lad ti fli > plcd and tuck It out anHI atuiy A1ilirlfo ran her race raceRav raceav
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1G 8J SIXTH TH RACESeen furlonp furlonga7selling eltlng 3yearolds And up Value to tfrst flrst4U
20 I
4U I fPi3 13 BettingIFUI Betting
111 IFUI Wt t S 1 4 Str Fin Jockey Op Cl ClC
1 C < tfdillal Sartn a117 1o7 1 2Hiz 21 21 22 1 ¼ IJ1i avan avanaugh ugh 1 1 1I
1 ¼ 1 qualt iii ii t I a t lob 11 1 l 1 12I 1 2 2g 2 11 1 Thom s 5 It ItJ
J > IIII 4 1117 H 5l 12 41 4 31 31 AIuayo AIuayoI
4 I 110 Ii 511 al R 44 1k 1 4 4s
11 s J 1 1l Ii f 16 y 1 1 41 lst I 8 8I
I 4 J 4 11 I lj I 6 t I hT1 n 4 8 8t St
t J Jti Tim 4 11 11 11Sr l lSrt
Sr P1 12 h out Quarter pI 35 Rho out Ann sh 1 Scratched Contrlbu Crrntrlbuitfln
itfln 111 PTJ1 nmlt1 V has Doh l3ohertv rt 1bpl fnlla FIol1anr1r nlt > r Or1in Innlr hr g gh gl
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to 1 1 1 s J L l Q It t r ran a gOOd race Ann bst b st or vtn s
Won on Lost P C CPlttsburg CPlttsburg
Plttsburg 95 i 1 36 725 725Chicago 7 7Chicago
Chicago 31 1 42 11I4 11I4New 4 4New
New York Tl 51 il1l il1lCtnelnnati WCincinnati
Cincinnati tII 1 104 104Philadelphia 504Philadelphia
Philadelphia 9t 11 m mSt 471St
St Louts 4 If IfBrooklyn IS 3 3Brooklyn
Brooklyn 4 4 IV II IIBoston 1 1Boston
Boston II 51CUBS 10 10CUBS
ClncAnU Sept HBrown bad the tIICinelnntltt theClndnnati
Cinelnntltt tn at hk mercy today one oneBln onengla
Bln ngla le base hit being made oft his de deIIr delivery
IIr livery Chicago won Score
R RHE RHECidcagoq H E EChlcag
Chlcag Cidcagoq 4 1 0 0Chtcl 0Cluclrt
Chtcl Cluclrt ltr 0 1 I ID 1nattirrjlrown
D nattirrjlrown ttar lrown and Archer Guplr Guplrd
sd d Beth UmplreODay and Johnstone John Johnston
stone e i 0
MOORE BREAKS RUN RUNPhiladelphia RUNPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Sopt HIn a pttchPl8 pttchPl8lHtttle pltchersbattle
lHtttle between Rucker and Moor here heretoday heretoday
today BrQOkln defeated Philadelphia
1 to O Moore had preJ10uly won nine ninestralghtpmes ninestraight
stralghtpmes straight games Score R H E EPhiladelphia BPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 1 i 1 1Brooklyn IBrooklyn
Brooklyn 1 S SBat 32 32BatteriesMoore
BatteriesMoore Bat lIoore and Doom Rucker Ruckerand Buckerand
and Marshall UmplrlR UmptreRIgler UmptreRIglerGIANTS l4r l4rGIANTS
Boston Sept HAn error b by Meyen Meyenand Meyersand
and Marquards poor work 1ft the third thirdInning thirdinning
Inning gave Boston two runs and the theame thegame
H E ENew ENew
game ame today Score R
New York YorkBoston S SBoston
Boston 1 4 1 1Batteries 1Batteries
Batteries Marquard and Meyen MeyenBrowne MeyersBrowns
Browne and ShAw UmpolrBtDIJIie aDd aDdKane andKane
St Louis Sept HSeere
R RHE RHEPittsburg H E EPlttsburg
Plttsburg S S t 0StLouis
St StLouis Louis 0 0Game 0 0Game I
Game called at end of fourth rain rainBatterlesW rainBatteriesWillis
BatterlesW llhI and GtIIIOR Beeb3 and andBresnahan 1
Oakland Ca Sept HPortland won adesperatel a adesperately
desperately y contested fourteenInning fourteenInninggame
game from Oakland toda today 3 to 2 Car Carsn CarSen
sn and Christian were in magnificent maplflcentform
form the former allowing ten hits and andtho andtim
tim latter eight Third Baseman Johnson Jolilnsonof
of Portland was the hero of the game gamedrawing gamedrawing
drawing four ute hits out of six times timesup timesUI
up and scoring two ruM Score ScoreR ScoreR1LE
R R1LE R1LEPortland H E EPortland
Portland 3 8 3 3Oakland I IOakland
Oakland Ie 1 1BatterleCanon 1BatterieeCarson
BatterleCanon and Fisher Christian ChrlBtlanand I
and Byrnes ByrnesSacramento ByrnesSacramento
Sacramento Sept 11The Anpis got 80ta gotaway
a away wa with the long end of a 5 to 4 cole scorethis colethis
this afternoon principallY because of oferrors oferrors
errors Score R H E ELOB BLos
LOB Angeles 5 10 13 13Sacnimento 13Sacramento
Sacramento 4 11 1 1BatterlesKoetner 5 5BatterlesKoetner
BatterlesKoetner and Smith Fits Fltsgerald Fitsgerald
gerald La Longe and Graham
Los An Angeles lea Sept HSn Francisco FranciBCOdefelltedY Franciscodefeated
defeated Vernon rnon in the ftllllt game of the tbePreHDt thepresent
present series here to today a 7 to 4 Both BothWllna BothWillis
Willis and Vance were hit freely ad aderrors anderrors
errors were frequent Two double plays plalsIn
In one of which five San Francl Francisco co men menparticipated menparticIpated
participated were features Score ScoreR
R H E EVernon BVernon
Vernon 01 11 3 3Ean 3San
San Franc Francisco llCO 7 1 1BatteriesVance 1 1BatteriesVance
BatteriesVance and Hogan Willis Willisand WillisandBerry and andBerry
Sioux City Sept 14SooN
R H HE HEOmaha E EOnuaba
Omaha 4 10 1 1Sioux 1Sioux
Sioux City 11 3 3Batterie11Pltton 3BatteriesPatton
Batterie11Pltton and nd GODding Alderman Alder Alderman
man ChalCk and Towne Shea SheaTopeka SheaTopeka
Topeka Sept 1JSCHti 1JSCHtiFirst 14ScoresFirst
First game R H E Eichlta BWichita
Wichita ichlta S t 0 0Topeka oTopeka
Topeka 1 13 0 0BatterIHDreI1JI8 0BatterfesBTelUIaa
BatterIHDreI1JI8 and Jukeret Boles Bolesand Bolesand
and Kent KentSecond KernsSecond
Second game R H E EIlchtta BWichita
Wichita I I ITopeka 0 0Topeka
Topeka 1 i 9 9BalterleSbaner 0BatteriesShaDer
BalterleSbaner and Armstrong Kauf Kaufman Kaufman
man and KerDII KerDIILincoln KerusNeb
Lincoln Neb Sept 1JSeore
R H E ELincoln BLincoln
Lincoln LincolnDes 7 6 2 2DesMotnes
Des DesMotnes loInea 8 2 5 5BatterJe8XcGrath 5BatteriesMcGrath
BatterJe8XcGrath and NunnemacherlIIler Nunnemacher
lIIler IcGNgor Lewia aIM and Iclanus McManusTWO IclanusTWO
New York Sept 1John Heydler pltB pltBident presblent
ident of the > National league plans for forhili forhis
his organization to have the double um umpire urnpire
pire system again next season William WilliamBrannan WilliamBrannall
Brannan of the VIstoonslnIlllnollil league leaguewill leaguewill
will he delegated to umpire games in inthe inthe
the west t and If be makes a good showing showingwDl
will be en engaged d Mr Heydler started for forCbtcaao forChIcIISO
Cbtcaao this afternoon An Important Importantmeeting importantmeeting
meeting of the National league probably probablywill
will be held Thursday to arrange dftail dftailof detaiIiof I
of the coming worlds championship wrieF
Won Lest P c cDetroit CDetroit
Detroit 118 Il 1i2 1i2Pblladelph1a 552Philadelphia
Philadelphia If 4 W m mnoton 1 1Boston
Boston 15 II IIChicago S SChicano
Chicago U UI 81 81Cleveland 511Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandNew I 451 451NewYork
New NewYork York YorkSt 2 2St
St Lo Louis LouisWashmgton I AI8 AI8Vuhmgton
New York Sept ept M 14PI14 1JTI1 1Iok 1Iokbotb Ie Ieboth
both game of a doubIheade hers to today
day Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First game L IL J JPhiladelphia B BPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 4 5 0NewYork 0 0New
New NewYork York 4 1 1 4 4BattertBen 4BatteriesBender
BattertBen er and Thomas Wutlep Wutlepand
and S1oeeuey S1oeeueySecond SweeneySecond
Second came It I L LPhiladelphia I IPblladelphla
Philadelphia I I 0 0New 0New
New York 1 I 1 1Called 1Called
Called In eighth darkness darluaMBatte darknessBatierles
Batte Batierles COOIII and LIJI11W LIJI11WHu I4ezHughes
Hu Hughes and XJeIDow
Chicago Sept Uchleqo and CIctft CIctftland c50ieland
land played a lIixtnn sixInning 4 to 4 Ie tie to today today
day rain stopping It after Cie CIvilmjsd had lladscored hadscored
scored one run In the seventh Taw raincaused rain raincau
cau caused d the core to revert to tM ead of ofthe ofthe
the sixth Inning Score R B E EChicago KChicago
Chicago 4 S 1 1C 1Ckveland
C Ckveland veland 4 1 5 5Battertscott 5BatterlesZeott
Battertscott and SUllivan Pay PayAblell Payne PayneAbles
Ablell and Clarke ClarkeTIGERS ClarkeTIGERS
Detroit 8epL 14Detrolt threw away awaytbree awaythree
three chances to ICON runs early ht tbe tbegame lb lbgame
game by the worst sort of base running nundItcand
and practically handed the same to at atLouts StLans
Louts Score R II E BDetroIt EDetroit
Detroit 2 I ISt 0 0StLuuis
St StLuuis Louis 3 1 4 4BatterieKlftlan 4BatteriesKilhlan
BatterieKlftlan and Stae BaIleY BaIleYand iey i iand
and KlmCer Smith SmithBOSTON mithBOSTON
Boston Sept UBoetOD wma U see 8eCond seeond
ond game of the aerie from Wgton Wgtontudy
todaY Score R1I R H E EWaahngton
Wabington 1 I 0 0Boston ft I
Boston 5 I 0 0EalterieOberUn 0BatteriesOberlin
EalterieOberUn and Street Collins Collinsand Collinsand
and Donohue
Portland Ore Sept HHagin the 1J 1Jyearold 3 3yearold
yearold boy who but Vancouver out outSundaY outSunday
SundaY In a nohit noran game added addedfurther addedfurther
further to bis hi claim for recognition by bytoday bytoday
today abutting out Seattle the leaders leadersI
of the leagu Haggln was al almost aoet 8S asmuch 8Smuch
much of a mystery today as he was Sunday Sun Sunday
day allowing but three harmIeR hits hitswidely hitswidely
widely scattered tbrou through < < h the game Port Portland Portland
land on the other hand landed on onThompson onThompson
Thompson with effect In several innings inniagsScore inningsScore
Score It H E BSeattle ESeattle
S 1 1Portland
Seattle SeattlePortland
Portland I 1 1B1tterte 2 2BatteriesThompson
B1tterte BatteriesThompson ThompllOn and Shea Hn Hnand Hagginand
and Armbruster t tTacoma I ITacoma
Tacoma Wash Sept 1IIIDe base baaeruilllng baseruacing
ruilllng by Aberdeen coup coupled with thIIIely thIIIelyhltUng timelyhitting
hitting won todals game tEem the tbeTigen theTigers
Tigers 8 to 1 Blankensbl could JIGt stop 8lOptbe stopthe
the fut V visitors Jltors on the bsa Lejeune Lejeunecrashed Lejeunecrashed
crashed Into Blankenship at the plate in inthe Inthe
the eighth inning abel the Tacomacatcher Tacoma raeomacatcher
catcher was laid out BWltabdII as ugly 1qrlycut uglycut
cut In the head Score K t 11 E ETacoma BTacoma
Tacoma 1 1 5 5Aberdeen i iAberdeen
Aberdeen U J 1 1Batterte 1Batteries
Batteries Buner Butler and BaahaiiiP BaahaiiiPStevens Iunp IunpStevens
Stevens Siever and Knits
Spokane Wash Sept 14IIeoIe 14IIeoIeR 14HeoetILE
R tILE tILEVancouver JL E EVancouver
Vancouver 1 4 4 3 3Spokane 3Spokane
4 1 1 1 1Batter1esE tBatteriesB
Batter1esE 1 MraR fl XII XIIItIaT iuimay
may aDd SpeaeeI SpeaeeITacoma SpenearTacoma
Tacoma Sept JIIcore a H E ETacorna BTacoma
Tacoma 1 1Aberdeen > > Ii IiAberoeen
Aberdeen 1 S 12 1 1BatterieButler 1BatteriesButler
BatterieButler and Blankeaablp Sie Siever SieveT
At ColumbuSt PauL 0 Columbus 50 50At 5 5At
At Louls1l1eFlrst game LouIIwUle
7 MIlwaukee 3 Second game Louis Louisdlle Laulsilie
dlle 2 Milwaukee 1 1At 1At
At IndlanapollsIndianapolill 2 lOnne 3tInneapolis 1 1apOUs
apOUs 3 3At 3At
At ToledoToledo i Kansas Clt CltSENIORS City 6 6SENIORS
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Paradise team twice yesterday making maldngIt
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game was close and exciting while thd thdafternoon th thafternoon
afternoon game ws a burlesque the Scu Scuiors Ii Iilors
lors winning 11 to 0 and get getting U 1 clear clearhits clearhits
hits Scores ScoresJitrst ScoresFirst
First game R II E EParadl BParadise
Paradise e Ill 0 MSS I 1 1Sniors 1Seniors
Seniors t 0BatteriesSefliOTElIfliP tBaterieSenlHa
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