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Fourth race, one mile, selling — J. V. Klrby
won. Cinnabar second, Northwest third. Time, 1:419*. / Hfth race, six and a half furlongs, selling- Sir Dougal won, Maud Sherwood second Bati dor third. Time, 1:20^4. Sixth race, one mile, selling— Budd "Wade won. Conger second. J. H. Bennett i third. Time, 1:41. •,,..:,>.-., Keene Highly Values Sysonby. SARATOGA, N. Y., . AiTg. 2.— It is stated here that.J. R. Keene has re fusedan offer of $100,000 for his'two year-old colt Sysonby, the winner of the Flash Stakes and probable favorite for the Futurity, said to have: been made by W. B. Leeds. Mr. Keene is quoted as saying he never had any. in tention of selling Sysonby, although he had been told by a friend he could ob tain 5100,000 for the colt if he would sell. He is by'Melton out of Optime. Olympic Club's Country Walk. The members of .the Olympic Club will take a cross country walk to Mount Tamalpals' next Sunday. The start will be made at Mill Valley on the arrival of the 9 o'clock tram. Luncheon will be served at the Tamal pais tavern. CHICAGO. Aug. 2. — Kreigh Collins of Chicago, holder of the Western championship in men's singles for five seasons, added another year to his phenomenal record to-day by defeat ing R. D. Little, the Princeton expert, in ' the closing event of the Western championship tournament at the Ken wood courts. The following Western championships have resulted from the tournament just closed: Men's singles, Kreigh Collins; women's singles. Miss May Sutton; men's doubles, Collins and Little; women's doubles, Miss Sut ton and Miss Neely; mixed doubles, Mr. Collins and Miss Neely. Collins Still Tennis Champion. Fifth race, six furlongs, high-weight handi cap — Aceful 122, Leonldas 122, Lady Amelia 12H, Flying Ship 121, Togcan 114, Spring 113, Montreson 111, Monte Carlo 108, Stalwart 110, The Muskete&r 104, Cloten 102, Boxwood 100, Forward 97, .Moorhen 05. Sixth race, one- mile and one furlong, hand! cap, three-year-olds and up — Delhi 114, Aceful 114, Carbuncle 107, Mlneola 100, Audience 105, Palmbearer 100. Gay Lothario 93. SARATOGA SELECTIONS. By the New York Morning Telegraph. First race — Tcacicss, Calmness, Tramotor. Second race — Iloyelle, . Good and Plenty. Iilaclc Death. Third race; — Heart's Desire, Tanya, Iota. . i _ • ¦"; ¦ Fourth race— Gay ixHhario, Stllicho, Fire Eater. Firth race — Leonidas, Lady Amelia. Flyhij* Ship. r Sixth |raqe — Audience. DelhC Ace- Condition of ti-ack— Good. ' PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 2.—Cincinnatl-Phll *d«phia game postponed on account of rain. BOSTON. Aug. 2.— The Bostbn-St. Loul. game vu postponed on account of wet grounds. Batteries — Mullin and Drill; Powell, McGuire and Kleinuw. CLEVELAND. Aug. 2.— Boston won again to-day. Tannehill eutpitching Moore. The fieUU Ing of Parent was brilliant. Attendance 3400 Score: ; Cleveland i 5&* Boston.... 4 n g Batteries— Moore and Buelow; Tannehiil and NEW TOKK, Aug. 2.— New York-Chicago and Brooklyn-Pittsburg National League base ball camea were postponed to-day on account of r— in. Philadelphia .0 12 2 Batteries— Pclty, Sugden and Kahoe; Wad dell and Scfcreck. - DETROIT. Aug. 2.— In the tenth Inning the visitors worked in two hits with sacrifices ai.d Kcored the winning run. Attendance 2500. Score: Detroit : :;;.-. f\ '¦¦*< -» Xew York .'..... a 8 -4 Batteries— Owen and Sullivan; Jacobson and Klttrtdie. 6T. IX>inS, Aug. 2. — The Philadelphia Amer icans defeated St. Louis here to-day in a bat ting bee. Gleason was struck In the head with a uitch ball in the sixth inning and it le feared he may have concussion of the brain. Attendance, 1'JOO. Score: BtLoui. ;;..S n i *i . AMERICAN LEAGUE. CHICAGO, Aug. 2.— In a pitchers' battle, ? ith two hits on one clde and five on the other the locala, by clev«»r sacrificing and eteallngi won easily. Attendance, 4500. Score: • R. II. E. Chicago , 6 S 2 ¦\V»»hlr.|rtcn 1 2 2 • (National League.) (American League.) W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet. New Tork...J62 24 .721 Boeton 54 Xi .021 Chicago 53 34 .«*J9;Chicago ....65 35 .611 Cincinnati ..r>2 37 .f»S4!N>w York... 51 34 .«i0 PItWburg ..."50 36 .581 Cleveland ..47 37 .5<X) St. Louis ...4" 41 .nni!Phllad«>lphla.4S 38 .5T.8 Efoston 5*3 67 .-'JU7 Ft. Louis ...34 47 .420 Brooklyn ...32 59 .352. Detroit 34 X>1 .400 Philadelphia. 22 US .2M. Washington. .18 66 .214 STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Athletics Prove Better Than St. Louis , . » Wlien Teams Indulge in a Battinzr Bee. HARLKM SELECTIONS. By the Chicago Inter Ocean. First race— Capitanazo, Proprietor, Before. Second race — Golden Link, Sweet Jane, Alma Girl. Third race— The Mist, Flaxman, Lady Savoy. Fourth race — Mabel Wlnn, My Alice, Mayor Johnson. Fifth race — Optional. Cardinal Wol sey. Mary McCaffcrty. Sixtli race — Leila, Joe Lesser, Prin cess Ttilane. * . Condition of track — Fast. HARNESS HORSE MEETIXCi OPENS TO-DAY AT SAN JOSE Rich Stakes Arc Offered and the Event Is Expected to Prove a Bis Success. SAN JOSE, Aug. 2. — The eighteenth annualmeeting of the Trotting Horse Breeders' Association, which com mences here to-morrow, will be the premier event of the year for the breeders and owners of trotting horses on the coast. Yesterday most of the horses that have been racing at PJeas£yiton arrived at Agricultural Park. The track presents a busy scene. There are more than 125 horses -there getting ready for the event. This collection is valued at more than a quarter of a million dollars. The pro gramme of events is one of the best arranged on the coast and is divided into three races every day. Purses aggregating $14,700 have been offered. Following is the detailed programme: Wednesday— Green class trot, $S00; Pacific Slope stakes, 2:20 pace. S1500; 2:13 class trot, $700.. • .. . Thursday — Futurity, No. 2, $6000. two-year old pacing .division. $950; 2:18 class trot, $000; 2:10 class trot. $800. Friday — Futurity stakes, ' No. 1, $6000, two year-old trotting division. $450; 2:25 class pace, $000; Futurity stakes, No, 1, $0000, three-year-old pacing division, $1300; race for local horses to close August 3. Saturday— Futurity stakes No. 1, $5000, three-year-old trotting division. $2300: Cali fornia stakes, 2:2( class trot. $2000; 2:14 class pace, $700. . . Protest of : Yachtsmen Not Allowed. COWES, Isle of Wight, Aug. s 2.— The protest \ of the yacht Ingomar, owned by Morten F. Plant of New York, against the White Heather yes terday in the race' for the Commo dore's cup. the American boat claim ing that the British yacht collided with her, was decided to-day in favor of the White Heather, which won the race on time allowance, though the Ingomar crossed the finish line' first. WHITE SOX MANAGE TO WIN BY SKILLFUL. MANEUVERING Third race, the Spinaway stake?, two-year old fillies, five and a half furlongs — Tanya 122, Linda- Lee 119," H« art's Desire lie. Belle Sauvage 110. Scbulamite 114. Iota 114. Fourth race, one mile, selling — Elliott 109, Fire Eater 1(MJ, Turnpike 101, Slillcho 09, Gay Lothario 08, Toi San 95, Sarah Maxim 91. Stcand race, steeplechase, ' short course, handicap — Black Death 157, Good and Plenty 151, Mystic Shriner 149, Neponset 147, Amur 144, Iloyelte 13a. Manilian 135, Alum Water 130. First race, five and a half fur longs, selling, two-year-olds — Gallopoff 110 Tramator 109, Gllpln 107, Steel Trap 10*.), Teacre?a 1U4, Jtrry C 104, Squeezer 102, Red Reynard 102. Ike 8 102. Mr. Gardner 102, Har poon 102, Miss Morgan 00, Calmness 09, Pacetti 07, Thirty Third 07, Sufferance 06, Winchester 04. SARATOGA, Aug. 2. — The Spina way stakes for two-year-old fillies will be one of the features of a strong card for to-morrow's races. The day's en tries: SARATOGA ENTRIES. Second race, short course, steeplechase, han dicap — Alma Girl 131, Sprlncstead 131. Sweet Jane 130, Lingo 135, Goltlen Link 140. Third race, six furlcnss — Lo Lo Mai 04, Ram's Horn 07. Tom Shelly 98, Lady Savoy 100, Tho Mist 112, Flaxman 115. Fourth race, sir furlongs, selling — My Alice 97. Peter J 101, Julia M 103, Redman 104, Mayor Johnson 105, Grand 105, Hainault 105. Mabel Winn 100, Nugget 1C0. Orfeo 11U. Fifth race, six furlongs, • selling — Chief Deputy 03, My Gem 05. Magio Flute 00, Trompeuse 00, Maggie Leebcr 00, Mary Mc- Cafferty 100, Optional 101, Marco 103. Tom Maybln 103. Potrero Grande 105. Cardinal "Wclsey 107. • Sixth race, one and a sixteenth miles, sell ing—Docile 87, Leila 00. Exclamation 03. Annu 95, Red, White and Blue 100. Tom Hall 103, Royalty 103, Princess Tulane 105, Sir Launcelot 108, Joe Lesser 110, Inventor 110. First race, six furlongs, maidens — Rather Royal 101. Rathskeller lol. Lookout 107, Big Beach 110, Thedramln 110, Petit Due 110, The Gadfly 110. Colonel Itiippert 113, Deshon. 113, Proprietor 118, Waddell 11 118, Capitanazo 118, Before 118. CHICAGO. Aug. 2. — The entries for to-morrow's races at Harlem track follow: j HARLEM ENTRIES. Stolen bases — Bernard, Van Haltren, Wil fon. Krrors — Brashear, Mohler, Murphy (2). R. Hall. Home runs — Murphy, Frisk. Three bane hit — Bernard. Two-base hits — Van Hal tren, Brashear. Sacrifice hit — Cravath. Firnt base on errors — Los Angeles 3, Seattle 1. Left on bases — Los Angeles 7, Seattle 7. Bases on balli— Tiff Hughes 3, Off Gray 2. Struck out— By Hughes 2, by Gray 3. Double play — Hrathear to Toman. Hit by pitcher — C. Smith. Time of game — One hour and forty-five min utes. Umpire — McCarthy. Base hits 1 0 2 O 2 3 4 O x— 12 Seattle 0 O 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 — 2 Base hits.. 2 021 1* 10 10— 8 - SUMMARY. Lo« Angeles 10201230 x — 9 Totals. 30 9 12 27 131 Totals. 34 2 8 24 14 nUNSAND HITS BY IXXINGS. Los Angeles — i Seattle — " AB.R. IT. P.A.t AB.R. II. P.A. BrnnJ, cf 4 3 2 2 l.VHltn.cf 5 0 12 0 Brxhr, Ib4 0 1 7 1 Mohlr, 2b 2 0 2 3 6 JSmth,3b 5 2 11 1 Dlhty, 3b 4 0 14 1 Cravtb,rf 3 0 110 Frisk, If . 4 1 1 10 Flood, 2b 4 1 2 3 6 Mrphy.lb 4 1 1 9 2 Toman, s 4 1 2 5 2 CSmth.rf 3 0 0 0 1 Room,' If.: 4 10 2 1 R.Hall, s4 0 'l 3 2 Spies, c. 4 1 2 U 1! Wilson, c4 0 1 2 2 Gray, p. 4 0 1 0 0 Hughes.p 4 0 0 0 1 LOS AXGELES, Aug. 2. — Los An geles played rings around Seattle at every stage of to-day's game and won out by the score of 9 to 2. The locals gave Jay Hughes a terrific drubbing and ran bases in daring style. Seattle's infield went to pieces at critical periods. The only runs made by Seattle were home runs by Frisk and Murphy. Bernard's batting and base running were features: Score: Ansel Batsmen Land on Him and Then Run Bases Daringly. JAY HUGI1ES IS TOUCHED UP. ST. LOUIS ENTRIES. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2. — The entries for to-morrow's races at the Fair Grounds follow: First race, five and a half furlongs, maidens, selllnR— Laurel L 10S, J. B. Sheridan 108, Sandman 105, Bradwarlin 105, Dresden 100, Fr«d J'rlennwyer 100. Filler 100, Aten 100, Joe Graham 05. Georre T 108. Second race, six- and a half furlonrs, oell lng—Whtrkers 110. Caterpillar 107. Tally H 105, Klng - 8 Charm 105. Lustig 103. Crime 102. Suave 1C.T. WorthinKton SO, Tottenham VS, Potter !M, Tribes 07. Bandillo 05, Shortcake 03, Lady Fonse 00. Third race, four and a half furlongs— Fruit lCT., Arch OMham 108. Zlnda 105. Lady Mer cury !)5, Opinion 05. Stella M B5, Edith Vice 05, Arlena !)S, Amellana 05. Darthula 05, Auro reeetyer 05. John Randolph 05. Fourth race, one mile and seventy yards, handicap — Miss Mae Day 111. Bas d'Or 109, Flying Torpedo 108, Jack Younn 10C, Byron Rose t<2, Pathos 1)0. Fifth race, six furlongs — Laura Hunter 109, Dolly Gray 105, Bvenlnc Star 105. St. "Wini fred 105, Mlsa Betty 102, Mattie H 102. First Attempt 10O, Hazel H 100, Dallas »ti. Miss Creek 00. Miss l>oyle 00, Hoceo 00, Selected 06, I>3tolla 00. • ' Sixth race, one and a sixteenth miles, sell ing—Buccleuth 107. Frank MeKee 110,,Strader 10S. Leenja 107, Iras 103, Flora Bright 103. Lynch 102, Caithness 102. Goo Goo 1(X>, Miss Eon OS, Flyer 102. Moyle 10S. ST. LOUIS SELECTIONS. First? race — Bradwarlin, Fred Pries meyer. Laurel L. Second race— Bandillo, Lustij;, Tribes. Third race^ — Arch Oldham, Zinda. Aurocciver. Fourth race— Miss Mae Day, Bas d'Or. Flylne Torpedo. Fifth race — Evening Star, Mattle II. Dolly Gray. Sixth race — Flyer, Leenja. Caith ness. Condition of the track — Fast. GROCERS PREPARING FOR ANNUAL OUTING Picnic at ScJmetzen Park Next Week to Eclipse All Similar Events. The annual picnic of the Retail Grocers' Association will be held at Schuetzen Park next Wednesday. The outings of the retail grocers have al ways been among the most popular of this season, and the committee in charge this year has spared no. time, trou ble nor money .to insure a day of pleas ure to all, A long list of game and gate prizes is offered, and candy will be distributed free to the children. Dancing will be gin at 10 o'clock in the morning and continue all day. Following are the committees in charge: J. Salomon, president; Frank B. Connolly, vice president; J. T. Hur ley, chairman finance committee; T. H. Corcoran, chairman reception commit tee; J. M. Sullivan, chairman commit tee on badges; J. P. McGuire, chairman games committee; J. M. Sullivan, floor manager; William Ring, chairman la dies' guessing contest; H. Methmann, chairman bowling alley; D. F. Keefe, chairman members' and clerks* draw ing; G. B. Doyle, chairman members' target shooting; E. Lackmann, chair man wheel of fortune. Arrested on Serious Charge. Cornelius D. Regan, 21 years of age; Frederick Walthers, 20 years of age; Henry Suhling, 22 years old, and Fred erick Mahler, 19 years old, were arrest ed yesterday by Detectives Fitzgerald and Graham and Policeman MacPhee on a serious charge preferred against them by Mrs. Lettie Brown. Mrs. Brown was returning from a dance on the Mission road, on Sunday night with a man named Orrin Nye, when, she al leges, she and her companion were dragged from a buggy and she was maltreated by the four men. Big Redwood Contract. Local lumbermen are deeply interest ed in the news given out yesterday that a San Francisco concern has received the contract for supplying the redwood lumber for a new water plant soon to be installed by the city of Lynchburg, Va.The contract calls for 2,000,000 feet of wooden pipe/ and is the largest con tract : of Its kind; ever placed, with a firm west of the Rocky Mountains. The United Garment Cutters' Union ' has received its charter f rom * the Eastern headquarters. The local union will be numbered 45, with headquartera"" at 32 O'Farrell street, and will be al lied with the San Francisco La.bor Council. The following officers were elected and installed at the meeting last night: President, .Edward Corpe; vice president, George Frederickson; recording secretary. Edward Morgan; financial secretary, Hugh Foley; treas urer, Richard Corpe; guide, William Corpe; sergeant-at-arms, Frank Han ley. . Saturday night, August 20. has been set apart for a house warming social, with the following committee of ar- . rangements: Charles Wiseman, Otto Meade, Julius Harris, Emll Aceret and James O'Connor. ". • A new organization known as the Union Label League has been formed, with the following officers: President. G. W. Toyne; vice president. J. B; Lewis: secretary, W. T. Allen. Presi dent Toyne has also been elected as a delegate to the national convention of the Carpenters' arid Joiners' United Brotherhood of America, which will convene in Milwaukee next month. New Labor Unions Formed. Several Candidates In Field, bnt Mayor Says Fortunate One Has Not Yet Been Mentioned. Applications for the vacant school directorship continue to be filed with" Mayor Schmitz, the latest aspirants for the place being Madison Babeock, ex-Superintendent . of Schools'. Dr. Joseph Poheim, present member of the Health Board, besides David J« Oliver Jr., Thomas E.. Atkinson, Civil Service Commissioner Rogers and Al bert M. Armstrong 1 , who have already been mentioned. The Mayor said yesterday that he had not as yet considered any names for the appointment and would not do so until he had conferred with School Director Iloncovieri. Furthermore, the ; Mayor gave out the comforting assur ance that the man who would most likely receive the appointment had riot been mentioned as yet by the wiss. ones who are busy guessing the pros pective appointee. NO SEIiECTION YET FOR NEW SCHOOL* DIRECTOR Yesterday afternoon the Provisional Regiment, arrayed in service uniforms, was reviewed by Colonel Pitcher on the parade ground before the Pre sidio. The men made a fine appear- • ance and although composed chiefly of rqcruits behaved like seasoned men • during the evolutions. The band of the Thirteenth Infantry arrived yesterday morning from Fort McDowell and will proceed to Camp Atascadero with the Provisional Regi ment and the band of the Twenty eighth Infantry on August 8. The following officers registered at army headquarters, Department of • California: Lieutenant Charles C. Billlngslea. general hospital. Presidio: ' Major Albert Barnltz. retired, 2101" Ellsworth street, Berkeley. The proceedings of the court-martial headed by Colonel Charles Morris still continue at the Presidio. Yesterday morning was spent In trying the minor cases of privates for- garrison offenses committed at Fort Baker and Fort McDowell. .Minor Cases Heard — Provisional Resl ment and Bands Preparing to Leare for South. COURT-MARTIAL. STIXIj IX SESSION AT PRESIDIO "Twin" Sullivan was the main event yesterday afternoon out at Jack Mun roe's training camp. When the sports learned the "Twin" was carded to put up his mitts, they all hied themselves to the beach in order to get a line on the latest from New York and also to watch Jack Munroe go through his first day's work. Munroe started In by pulling the weight machines a little and taking a few hard wallops at the punching and the sand bags. He worked up a good perspiration and felt just like going a few rounds when Sullivan got ready to mix it some. The pair started in easy and worked up gradually till they began to land a few hard ones toward the end of the second and last round. Sullivan showed himself to be a shifty one and a man who knows how to give and take a punch. He- has a good wallop in each hand and was always ready to mix it with the miner when the pair came to close quarters. Andy Gallagher took on the miner for. iwo rounds. Andy danced around and shot in an occasional punch now and then. The miner was always watching, however, and he was there with a few quick comebacks. He landed a couple that made Andy wince, and his work showed the long rest has not made him as rusty as some were led to believe.. ¦ Gallagher and Sullivan also donned the mitts for a round and the specta tors liked the go so much that a de mand was made for more. Munroe took Sullivan for a swim, and the pair went out bo far that the crowd thought they had been swallowed by sharks. Munroe is playing the swimming game pretty strongly. He spends much time in the water and many of the knowing ones think he is liable to overdo this stunt. The miner will continue to box and will go through his regular work every day now till he is ready to face Jef fries. He probably will retain Andy Gallagher and Sullivan as his sparring partners. Trainer in Chief Tim Mc- Grath ha? abandoned the idea of col lecting ambitious young men to don the mitts with the miner. He has come to the conclusion that a couple of fast boxers is all that is needed to give the miner practice. JEFFRIES IS AFTER DEER. Tlie Biff Champion In Still in the Wilds of Lake Comity. HARBIN SPRINGS, Aug. 2. — Jeffries is not expected to return from his hunting trip until 'Thursday. Owing to the fact that the big fellow i3 inclined to be somewhat careless every one will be relieved when Jeff returns unscathed. Billy Delaney returned from San Francisco yesterday afternoon and al though Jeff left during his absence Delaney fully approves of the cham pion's trip in quest of game. Tne veteran trainer feels confident that two weeks' work will put the cham pion in fine form. Upon Jeff's return the hard work will begin in earnest. Delaney ia partial to several days' tramp in the hills as a great condi tioner. Mrs. Jeffries has gone to San Fran cisco on a visit. Her charming per sonality has won her a host of friends during her sojourn here. ROSENFELD SUES PIONEER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY Complaint Filed and Taken Out by Attorney — Other Actions to Be Besrun To-Day. * Yesterday afternoon a suit for an injunction was filed by Attorney "Wat son for Max Rosenfeld against the Pioneer Automobile Company and a moment later, after the complaint had been given its proper number in the files; it was removed, ostensibly for presenting it to one of the Superior Judges for an order. Neither the complaint nor the order was returned to the County Clerk's office up to clos ing time last evening and the allega tions in the suit could not be learned. Mr. Rosenfeld last night said that he contemplated several actions against the automobile concern and that they would all be filed within twenty-four hours. He professed not to know which suit had been started by his attorney yesterday or why the complaint had been removed, unless perhaps the particular point Involved had been settled. Rosenfeld indicated that the publi cation of the matter might defeat the ends of justice in giving some person not named a chance to leave the city. The nature of the suit filed and of the others contemplated he declined to reveal. WILL NOT PROSECUTE BOY WHO ROBBED HIS TILL Storekeeper's Heart Is Softened by Tale That Coin Was Given to Blind Man. . T. J. O'Connor, who has a book store at 214 Fourth street, reported to Policeman T. F. Flood on Monday evening that Charles Meister, a boy 12 years of age, living at 315 Tehama street, had taken a $20 gold piece from his till while his back was turn ed about the noon hour. O'Connor ac companied the policeman to the resi dence of the boy's father. The boy was Questioned and he admitted tak ing the gold piece. "What did you do with it?" asked the policeman. "I- went up to Market street," re plied the boy, "and gave It to a poor blind man, who was sellingr pencils." The thought of the poor, blind man brought- teara to the boy's eyes. The policeman wanted to put the boy under arrest, but O'Connor was so moved 'with his tale that he abso lutely refused to prefer, a charge against him. No arrest was made. BEAT HIS AGED MOTHER.— Mrs. Lillian Collins. 1010% Hyde street, secured a warrant from Police Judge Cabanisa yesterday for the arrest of her son, F. R. Collins. 30 years of age. on a charge of disturbing: the peace. Mrs. Collins said that her son was In the habit of btating her and that on Monday night, when she asked him to leave the house, as she desired to sell It. he struck her and raised a , disturbance. As there were no witnesses to the assault the charge of disturbing tbe seace was made. First ba»e on errors — San FYandeco 1, Oak land 1. First bas« on railed balls— Off Jones 6. off Buchanan 2. l«eft on basses — Pan Fran cl«co 10; Oakland 9. Struck out— By Jonea 4, by Buchanan 2. Double play* — Waldron to Miller; Hlldebrand to Gorton. Time of game — 1 h<;ur and 45 minutes. Umpire — O'Oonnelt. San Francisco — 1 Oakland — AB.R. H. T.A. . . AIi.lt. H. P. A. -MlIIer.2b 4 10 4 3!FYanks,» 4 112 1 .Wldm.cf 5 0 0 3 lifianUr.rf 4 0 110 Hldbnd.lf 4 0 13 1 Dnlvy, cf 4 12 0 0 Meany.rt 4 O 1 3 0 Streib, lb. 4 1 2 11 0 Twnsd.ib 4 ff 1 2 0 Krujr.cf 3 0 14 0 Irwin.3b. 4 0 11 0!Devrx,3b 3 1113 Fwain.s.. 4 0 11 2 l Bymes.e. 0 0 0 2 0 Gorton. c. 4 0 2 6 liM^Kn-^b 4 0 0 0 4 Jones.p. 2 t) O 2 lJBuchan.p 3 0 10 1 •Barber. .1000 0 Totals. 23 4 9 27 0 Total*. 36 1 7 24 9 1 •Batted fcr'Jone* In the ninth. RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. Can FVancieco ...10000000 0^ — 1 Base hits 1 1 110 0 1 1 1 — 7 Oakland 0 0 O 30 0 1 0 x — 4 liace hlte 1 O 1 3 1 1 2 0 x— 9 ",--¦-..-;; . STJMMARY., \ Error* — Miller, Townrend, Irwin, Frajieki. IVvereaux. McKune. Stolen bai=e» — Gorton 2, Francks, Gar.ley, Ijunleavy. Three-base hit — Dunleavy. Two-base hits — Irwin. Franoka, 6treib. Sacrlflce hits — Devereaux, FTancks. ¦ The Commuters mixed It with Uncle's men yesterday at Idora Park, Oakland, ' and the home team proved to be Buffer ing still from that ancient 4 to 1 score. , They could not get away from it. They made one in the first inning and then <jult, while Oakland annexed the cx .tra three easily, principally with the aid of passes and errors. Buchanan should have made it a blank, but an error by Brick Devereaux " in* the opening round g-ave Uncle his • mite. Jones had no control nor could • he deceive the Oakland batsmen when runners 'were on the bases. Neither team played good bail, Dunleavy's clever work in the left garden being the only feature to * outshine the rough work. - t Miller was passed by Buchanan in the first round, and Hlldebrand popped up ¦ "a Texas leaguer" to right field. On this the Rabbit sped around to third, and came in when Brick Devereaux : - made a wide throw to first after receiv "ing" Ganley'e throw of Hilde's hit. ."•The lead was maintained till the fourth, when the Commuters began to "strike their prait. Dunleavy inaugurated .the rally -with a three-baser to center. "Streib brought him* in by rapping the bait over second. Devereaux hit and . Byrne? walked, filling 'em all up. Mc- Kune lined a hot one to Miller and the Rabbit quickly rut off Byrnes at sec .ond. He whipped the ball to first, but ircKune' just nosed it out. Then Jones .•and Gorton began to make a roar to • the umpire. While they were engaged •in showing him where he was wrong • Devereaux -stole in from third amid the rear from the Oakland fans. Francks • bumped the ball for two Eacks in the seventh, and started to • steal while Ganley was at the bat. The hit and run signal was passed, but .Ganley failed to hit, fanning on a wide ¦<5ae. Francks, however, kept on travel ing and .came in when Irwin allowed Gorton's low throw to go through him anQ aw&y out to left field. Uncle tried out Shortstop Charles Swain, from the San Jose bush league. The youngster has the size and the physique,, but he looks a trifle slow on bis p'ins for short. He was a bit nervous with the stick, though in the ¦ ninth round, he rapped out a pretty sin i gle to center. Jack O'Connell umpired his first game here thjs season, and the fans gave him "the Joyous salute when he stepped Out into the middle of the lot. The score: (Pacific Coast Learue.) W. I* Pet. I W. I* Pet. BeatUe 6 2 .714 Oakland ... 3 4 .42» Ta^ptna ft 2 .714 Portland ... 2 5 .25.6 L».e Anccles. S 2 .714 San Fran... 1 tf .143 STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Error* — Raymond, Drwinan. Et»elman (2), Castro, Shea. Roach, Thielman, McLaughlln, Eagan, Hogan, Graham, Overall (2). Earned runs — Portland 1, Tacoma 2. Sacrifice hits — U'-ck, Hogan. Stolen ba*es — Steelman, Doyle, Is'adeau. Bases on balls — Oft Overall 2. Struck out — By Reach 13, by Overall 16. Two-base hits — Casey, Nadeau. Three-base hits — Nadeau, Sttelman. Double plays — Casey to Hogan. Cayey to Jiogan, Shea to Beck to Castro to 8hea. Graham to Caeey, Sheehan to Uogan to Bheehan. Passed ball — Shea 1. Time of gamt — Three hours and fifteen minutes. Umpires — Butler and Thoman. SUMMARY Portland 0 00101001000000— S Base hits...O 202 0 101120010 1—11 Tacoma 2 1 00000000 -0 0OO 1 — 4 liase hits... 2 2100010 110010 2—11 AB. R. H. P. A.! AB. R. H. P. A. nas-md.ff 0 0 13 4 Doyle, rf. 7 12 3 0 McCde.rf 7 0 13 l;Shehn.3b 6 0 0 2 6 Nadau.lf 7 2 3 2 0 McLffn.lf 6 0 12 0 Heck.lb. 6 0 2 11 4 Eaftan.s. e 1 O 0 1 Drnan.cf 6 0 12 0 Ljmch.cl 0 0 3 1 V Ptlm,3b-c fi 1 S 7 3 Cas«ey.2b 6 2 2 4 4 raFtro,2b 5 0 0 3 0 Hopan.lb 5 0 1 10 2 Hhea.c... S 0 Old I Grahara.c 6 0 1 17 3 Koach.p. 5 0 0 2 7 Overall.p 6 0 10 3 •Thlm.Sb 30011 •' Totals. 54 4 It 45 18 Totals.53 3 1L-44 2*! •Thlelman batted for Shea In the ninth ln nicr. IUTNS AND HITS BY INNINGS. The game itself was a long drawn out pitchers* battle of fifteen innings, with honors about even between Roach and Overall. The fielding of both teams was at times spectacular and at others ragged. The score: Tortland — . . , .Tacoma — All went serenely until the last half of the llfteenth, when McCreedie made a long drive into right field. A specta tor picked the ball up and threw it to Casey, who in turn threw the ball to third base, and McCreedie, who had been coached to keep running by the cry of '"blocked ball," was fielded out. Portland immediately claimed the run, but Thomas refused to allow it, and declared McCreedie out. This in cited the ire of the bleacheiites, and they swarmed into the field after the umpire's scalp like' an army of. ants. Thomas headed for the gate. Seeing that there was bound to be trouble Manager Dugdale of Portland rushed out into the field and either by a mag netic power of pacifying: or his reputa tion as a "rough-house" fig-hter suc ceeded in making the spectators over look the offense, and the embryo riot ended in a fizzle. PORTLAND, Aug. 2.— The Portland fans became enraged this aXternoon and came within an ace of sending Mr. . Thomas, one of Alike Fisher's ar tistic' twirlers, off the field In an am bulance. McDonald, the regular um pire, failed to appear at the appointed hour for the set-to between Tacoma and Portland, and Messrs. Butler of Portland and Thomas of Tacoma were electtd substitutes. Special Dispatch to The Call. HEAL.DSBURG, Aug. 2- — Before leaving for the East to-day. Ralph Rose, the world's champion shot-put ter, succeeded in throwing the 16 pound hammer during a private trial the remarkable distance of 173 feet S'i. inches, thus breaking the newly estab lished world's record of 173 feet 4 inches, made by Jo-hn Flannlgan last Saturday, by almost six feet. Rose made a throw of 191 feet 1 inch about two weeks ago. Rose, who is only 19 years of age, weighs more than 230 pounds, having gained considerable weight since his arrival on the coast.' He recently put the 16-pound shot a distance of 47 feet 8 inches, which does not equal hi3 world's record of <8 feet 7 inches, but beats his coast record of 43 feet 6\ inches by quite a margin. As he has practiced but little with the shot, his performance shows him to be in good condition to go Into active training for the St. Louts games, which he is to enter as captain of the Chicago Athletic Club's track team. Special Dispatch to Th» C*ll. Is En Eoute East to Take Part in Olympian Games at the St. Louis Exposition Jeff's Next Opponent Will Train Every Day From Now Till the Eve of Battle Overall Pitches Tigers to Victory in a Hard Fought Fifteen liming Contest BEGINS TO W0EK HAED SIXTH RACE— Purse S440; one mile: Betting Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. »4 Fin. 15 to 1— Ivernla, 102 (Wilson)... 8 14 lift 4 to 1— Second Mate.lOO (Davis) 1 25 24 5 to 1— Mindora. 110 (Conley).. ft 3 1ft3 3 Time, 1:42ft. Start good. Won easily. Winner. S. V. Able & Co.'s ch. m. (5) by Pt. Leonards-Queenstown. Amorous 102, Ray 107. Tony LeppinK 00, Nellie Bawn 07, Darnivan 102. Carley's Dream. 102, Edganlo 104. Detest 103, Little Corker 97, General Dlx 107, Vul cain 107, finished as named. FIFTH RACE— Purse $400; one mil* and seventy yards: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fiji. 13 to 10 — Pretension, i)2 (McLgln) 2 1 ns 1 ns 1 to 5— Light Opera, 103 (Dvls) 6 2 ns 2 2 7 to 1— St. Paris, 05 (Austin).. & 3 ns 3 3 Time, 1:45ft. Start pood. Won driving. Win ner, P. M. Clvlll's b. g. <Z) by Oriflamme- Vanlty. Ulennevls 106, Cordova 00. Wall 100, finished as named. FOURTH RACE— Purse $600; thrws-yeax olds and up; six furlongs: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin. 7 to 2 — Hilee, 116 (Troxler) 4 11 In * to 1 — Fulies Bergeres. »6 (r>avls) 5 2 3 2 hi 8 to 1— Mafalda, UO (Austin) 6 3 Ift3 n Time, l:13Vi- Start good. Won driving. Winner, W. A. Elliott's b. g. (8) by Himyar- Grace Lee. Otto Stlfel 111, Floral Wreath 108, Rebo 100, Operator 109, Commodore 103, Juba 01, finished as named. THIRD RACE— Six furlongs; two-year-olds; purse, $400: Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St % Fin. 2 to 1— Woodlads. 103 (W.Wtsn) 3 2 ft 1 ns 5 to 1 — Bradcn, 103 (D.Austin). 1 1 ft 2 3 S to 5 — Red Leaf. 110 (Troxler). 2 3 2 3 3 Time. 1:14. Start good. Won driving. Winn-er. B. Schreiber's b. c. (2) by Sain-Miss Marlon. Colonel White 103. King's Trophy 103, finished as named. SECOND RACE— One mlU and twenty yards; purse. $400: Betting. Horse. Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. 9 to 1— Scalper, 97 (W. Davis). S 9 2 1 nk 4 to 5— Buccaneer, 100 (Howll). 8 3 ft 2 ft 1 to 1— Clareraont, 106 (Foley).. 1 6 1 3 nk Time, 1:04%. Start good. Won driving. Winner. E, S. Gardner's b. gr. (3) by Quicklime- Soubrette II. Fenian 97. Berry Hushes 100. St. Agnes II 05; Dollnda 102. Arthur 100, Lord Haven 95. finished as named. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2,— Hilee ran the best six furlongs of the meeting, at the Fair Grounds to-day, when he beat Fol ies Bergeres and Mafalda. The time was 1:13% and was the best of the season. The' stoppage of the free gate decreased the attendance, not more than. 4000 being present. Summary: j FIRST RACE— Five furlongs; two-y ear-olds ; purse, ?440: Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. ft Tin. 15 to 1— Voltage, 105 (Dickaon). 1 3 1%1 H 0 to 1— Nepenthe. 110 (Conley).. 3 1 % 2 ft ii to 1— O.Burnett, 105 (Watsn). 6 4^31 Time, 1:02%. Start good. Won driving. Winner. J. O'Neill's b. f. (2) by Maxio-Elec triclty. Sweet Swaar 106, Fay Sharp 10O, Leila Hunter 110. Lady Lou 105, Bessie BTasHeld 100, Water 10j, Telephone Belle 105, Annabelle Lee 100. Lady Sellers 110, Flying Fire 105, Elenika 110, finished as named. Special Dispatch to Tbe Call. Jones Has No Command Over the Ball and His Curves ' Look Good to Commuters OAKLAND SCORES FOUR Tim*. 1:47 1-5. ' Start rood. Won handily. Winner. J. Arthur's br. p. (8) by Burlington or Kingston-Forethought. ' Maud Miller 104, Free- Bias 1)0. Mi Relna 104, Telephone 08, I). L. Moore 107, Prince of Pllsen 107, Gracious 111. Mr. Fnrnum 10«i, Montnelier 98, Jackfull 111, Kllmorie 106. finished as named. SIXTH -R ACTS — One mile and seventy yards; three-year-olds and up; selling: Bettfng. Hor»e. Weight. Jockey. St. ft Fin. •5 to 1-^Fcderal; 108 (Lawrnce). 1 4^11 20 to 1— Excentral, 03 (Aubchn) 8 3 1 2 n 7 to 1— Don't Ask Me, 112 (Bell)15 8 13 1 7 to 1 — G.' Gown, 105 (Morrsn) . 7 2 13 2 Time. l:0S 2-5. Start cood. Won easily. Winner, M. Jones* cl». c. by Albert-Balsam Fir. Sincerity Belle 100, The Pet 100, Double 103, Maeic 104, Oleeman 103, Ralney B 100. Webcrfields 10S, finished as named. Jade 105 bled. FIFTH RACE— Five and a half furlongs; two-year-olds; filing: Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. »i Fin. 5 to 1— A. Fir, 113 (Hoffler). 4 3 2 1114 10O to 1 — R Ree.se. 10a <Otls).. 9 5 12 3 FOURTH RACE— On« mile; three-year-olds; put pe : Betting. Hone, Weight. Jockey. St. ?; Fin. 7 to 5— Brancaa, 101 (Oliphant). 4 4 4 1 ¥t 11 to 2— E. of India, 104 (Felcht) 1 2 1^2 1V4 11 to 0— Mj.T.J.Carson.lOO (Knp) 3 3 3 :', 0 •Time. 1:43. Start good. Won driving. Win ner. William Gerst's ch. c. by Knight of El lerslle-Bracket. Schoolmate 104, Robin Hood ill. finished as named. THIRD RACE — One and an eighth miles; three-year-olds and up; handicap: Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. & Fin. 4 to 1— Huzzah. 98 (Mclntyre).. 1 3 1 13 11 to . r >— Birehbroom 104 (Knapp). 2 2 2 2 4 6 to 2 — Bragg. 107 (Otis).: 3 lh 31 Time, 1:5."> 3-5. Start good. Won easily. Winner, James Arthur's br. h. (5) by Her mence-Complete. Port Royal 110, also ran. SECOND RACE— Six and a hnlf furlongs; three-year-olds and up: celling: Betting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. 13 to 0 — Jake Greenberg,123(NicoI) 1 1 1V41 2 4 to 1— Olympian. 128 (Domlnick) 6 2 3 2 2 13 to 1— Jim Hale, 125 (Bell).... 5 3h 3n Time, 1:22 3-fi. Start good. Won easily. Winner, L. V. Bell'B br. c. (4) by JuHen-Old tilss. Mansard 124, Wenrlck 123. Duncan 118, Watermelon 113 Emigre 120, Admonition 123, La Chaperone 110, Lobbyist 118. finished as named. CHICAGO, Aug. 2.— Huzzah, the out sider in the handicap at a mile and an eighth, the feature event of the Har lem card to-day, made a show of his field in the stretch after trailing last all the way. At the wire he had three lengths advantage over the favorite. Birchbroom, which beat Bragg ¦ four lengths for the place. Port Royal, the only other starter and equal second choice wfth Bragg, ran out at the far turn and again turning into the stretch, losing whatever chance he may have had. James Arthur and his friends made a killing on the winner, backing him from G to 1 to 4 to 1 at post time, although at this price he was still the longest shot in the race. Birchbroom opened at 3 to 2. but drifted to 11 to 5 and was still the choice. Port Royal opened at 2 and went back to 13 to 5. making, him equal second choice with Bragg, which was backed from 4 to 1. The track was fast, the weather clear and warm and the attendance good. Summary: FIRST RACE — Four and a half furlongs; two-year-old maidens; purse: Betting. Horse. Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. 8 to 1— The Novice 107 (Felcht)..5 13 lh 6 to 2— Cutter, 112 (S. Bonner). . .4 2 li 2 2 18 to 5— Kate Zitt, 107 (Knapp)... 1 4 1 3 V* ¦ Time,' :S5 2-5. Start good. Won driving. Winner, Thomas Hitchcock's b. f. by Ham burg-Sleter Stella. Sii-s Lee 104. Mnry Eleanor 112, Janeta 112, Ethel Day 112. La Sagitte 107, Augusta Victoria 107, Gretchen Hope 104, Ra viana 112, The Lorelei 112, Emma Perkins 107, St. Bonnie 103. Plrabella 107, Vlrogna 107, fin ished as named. Special Dispatch to The Call. SIXTH RACE — One mile; handicap; three year-olds and up: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin. 6 to &— Delhi. 112 (Redfern) 2 13 11*4 7 to 1— Grey Friar, 09 (Phillips) 1 2 1^2 10 SO to 1— Fort Hunter,107 (Wnly) 3 3 1^3 h Time, 1 :37 3-C. Start poor. Won driving. Winner, J. R. Keene's br. c. by Ben Brush- Veva. High Chancellor, Hamburg Belle, Gold Money, Ivnnat finished as named. FIFTH RACE— Sir furlongs; purse; three year-olds and up: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey.; St. «4 Fin. 0 to 6— Orly II. 107 (O'Nell) 2 13 15 8 to 1 — Aurumaster,107 (Cormk)ll 8 2 1 20 to 1 — Commonetta, 105 (Brns) 5 3 1 3 Y a Time, 1:14. Start fair. Won easily. Winner, J. A. Drake's b. g. by Orveito-EUy. Rawhide, Adrutha, Jimmy Lane, Silver Foot, Bistre, The Captain, Margaret O, Manru, Memphis, Briery. Bliery, Rathbrlde, Allinda, Wayfarer, Phantom, Barbay finished as named. FOURTH RACE— One and a. sixteenth miles; the Mohawk Selling stakes; three-year olds: Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. »i Fin. 4 to 1— Hello, 107 (O'Nell) 2 . 2 1%1 2Vi 15 to 1— Champlain, 101 (Walsh) I'll 2 2 0 to 10— liobadll. IHJ (Sperling). t> 5 3h Time, 1:. VI 4-5. Start bad. Won easily. Winner, N. Bennlngton's b. c. by Poutlac- Salutation, Reveille, M. Montebank, Dimple finished as named. THIRD RACE— Five and a half furlongs; malcien two-year-olds; purse: netting. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin. 20 to 1— Cairngorm, 112 (Lyne).. 7 6 }£ lh 15 to 1— Slg. Light, 113 (H.I'hll) 1 1 h 2 % 11 to 20— Pr. Hamburg, llliLShaw) 3 3 1 3 1 Time, 1:08. Start lair. Won driving. Win ner, S. Fagefs b. c. by Star Kuby-Linda Vista. Sinister, Ulenecho, Allumeui, Yorkshire Lad, Saulsberry. King Cole finished as named. SECOND ItACE— One and a sixteenth miles; three-year-olds and up; selling: Betting-. Horse, Weight, Jockey. St. «i Fin. 5 IV to 1— Ascetic, 109 (CrimminB). 2 11 1 lVii 6 to 1— Allan, 103 (Cormack) 3 2^21. 4 to 1— Requlter, 101 (H.Philllpii) 4 4 3 3 % . Time, 1:4'J. tjtart good. Won easily. Win ner, Milton Stable's ch. c. by Falsetto or Henry Young-Sunshade. Mackey Dwyer, Tre pan finished as named. SARATOGA, Aug. 2.— Of paramount interest to turfmen to-day was the per formance of J. R. Keene's Delhi in the last race of the day, a handicap at one mile. Uoon his work in this race de pended his chances of winning the 550, 000 Great Republic on Saturday, in which he will meet Hermis, Waterboy, Mercury, Knight Errant, Bryn Mawr, Grey Friar, St. Valentine and possibly The Picket. In to-day's race Delhi met Hamburg Belle, Grey Friar. Fort Hunter, Gold Money, High Chancellor and Pennant. There was a decidedly heavy plunge on Hamburg Belle at the last moment, causing Delhi's odds to recede. At the start Hamburg Belle was 'last away. In his anxiety to make up lost' ground Jockey Lyne made too much use of his mount, in addition to which he ran into a pocket . directly on the heels of Fort Hunter and Grey Friar, causing him to take Hamburg Belle back for a moment. By this time Del hi's lead was some three lengths, 'and it now seemed hopeless for Hamburg Belle. The light-weighted Grey Friar kept pegging away, and as the field turned into the stretch partisans of Delhi began to manifest great uneasi ness, as Redfern seemed to be riding him hard. Iledfern whipped the colt, but Grey Friar steadily gained. The best he could do, however, was to go to Delhi's neck. Summary: -FIRST RACE— Five and a half furlongs; two-year-olds ; puree: Betting. Horse, Weight., Jockey. St. 9i Fin. li to "Jit — McChord. 114 i Martin) ¦• 2 1 lVsl h S) to Jack Lory, 114 (OUomj.. 3 2 h 2 1^ 40 to 1— Broadcloth. 110 (Burns). 1 3 4 31 Time, 1:07 4-ft. Start poor. Won driving. Winner. E. Alvey's ch. c. by Gotham-Addle Me. Hot Shot, Caper Sauce finished as named. Bpeclal Dispatch to The Call. ALSO HANDY WITH SHOT New York Middle -Weight Is the Star Attraction at Miner's Training Quarters DUGDALE MAKES PEACE Thomas of Tacoma Acts as Indicator Man and Incurs Wrath of Portland Fans James Arthur, Owner of Huzzali, Makes Big Win ning on Horse's Victory. Hilee Euns a Fast Six Furlongs at St. Louis. During Practice He Hurls the Sixteen-Pound Ham mer an Incredible Distance After the First Inning No More Runs Come In for Uncle .Henry's Ball Team Son of Ben Brask Is Fair cied for Saturday's $50,000 Stakes. MUNROE BOXES WITH SULLIVAN BUCHANAN HAS NATIVES FADED ATHLETE ROSE IN GREAT FORM UMPIRE FLEES FOR HIS LIFE KEENE'S DELHI DEFEATS HAMBURG BELLE AND IMPRESSES TURFMEN FAVORABLY PITCHER OVERALL STRIKES OUT SIXTEEN MEN IN FIFTEEN-INNING GAME THE SAN FRANCISCO CALU. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 190*. Trotting Races Postponed. BUFFALO. N. Y.. Aug. 2.— Heavy rains caused a postponement of the Grand Circuit races scheduled for to day. COWES, Isle of Wight, Aug. 2.— The Brynhild won the King's, cup to-day after a drifting match in which many well-known yachts, including Em peror William's Meteor took part. The Glory was second. The Meteor waa the first to cross the line at the finish, put was not placed owing to' time al lowance. King's Cup for Yacht Brynhlld. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 2.— Joe Corbett, the former SL Louis pitcher, who was released by President Robinson Sun day, left for his home in San Fran cisco to-day. Corbett stated that he had completed all arrangements to play with the San Francisco club in the Pacific Coast League and will re port to Manager Harris for ; duty as soon as he. regains his health and the formal contract is signed. Joe Corbett on His Way Home. At a meeting in the gymnasium at the Olympic Athletic Club last night the following members were elected as the regular nominating committee to select officers for the club for the en suing year: John D. Spreckels, J. a. McGregor, John Mallon, Joseph E. Derham and Charles J. Leighton. The nominating speech .was/' made by Wil liam F. Humphrey, who reviewed the record of the club. William Greer Harrison, the presiding officer, said the club was $300,000 better off to-day than it was six years ago. Olympic Nominating; Committee. Racing at Seattle. SEATTLE. Aug. 2.— Summary at The Mead ows: First race. flve furlongs, selling— Swift Queen won, Jlelar second. Light of Day third Time. 1 :02. 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