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• SAN RAFAEL, •. Sept. 1.— Jam<* Rlev. •, a
driver for Beffe^bach^s stables at. Mill Valley,
was thrown from . a I wagon I this afternoon j and
severely injured. It U feared his; skull was
fractured. "f — f^Trr^TlfrmTf ill^i illlll TIT HftfliflB
SACRAMENTO. .Sept.- 1. — Superintendent of
Public Instruction Thomas J.: Kirk* to-day an
nounced that. tho sale, or Btaie i textbooks for
the month of August 1 amounted, to.?M00., This
Is . the largest sale, of State - textbook* ever
recorded. . - *
ACCUSED OF KM BEZZLEAIENT— Francis
U Cook, jeweler. 1712 Market street, secured
a warrant from Police Judge Cabanlss yester
day for the arrest of Benjamin Martin on a
charge of felony embezzlement. He alleges
that Martin while employed by him as a
salesman en commission embezzled, on Vu-u^r
30 five gold 1 watches, five gold rlnrs ana three
chains of the aggregate value of |15o.
The Supervisors' police Committee
granted a permit yesterday for a pro
fessional boxing bout, for Septem
ber to the San Francisco Athletic
Club. Joe Gang and Jimitiy Gardner
have .been matched to fight.
Grants September Boxing Permit.
Judge Hunt has handed down. a de
cision which Is of Importance to those
interested in litigation connected with
marginal transactions in stocks. The
court held in the case of Mercer vs.
Central Grain and "Stock Exchange
that an attachment would not- He in
this class of cases, as the purchase and
sale of stocks on margin Is neither a
contract, express ¦ or • implied. , Judge
Hebbard has likewise held the same
and discharged attachments ; In similar
cases.
Margins Are Not Contracts.
When a fellow is loose in his morals
it does no good to get him tight.
Collts H (Phlpper).'. d -
Tlme— 2:17. *"***
Fourth race, running, seven furlongs handi
cap—Botany, 102 (Burllngame). 6 to 1 won-
Dr. Birdcall. 93 (Sullivan). 3 to 5. second- John
Anderson. 1C<> <G. Bullman). 10 to 1 third.
Time, 1:29. WUllday B. Thorndale, Theodcra
L and Nick Carter also ran.
Firth race, six furlongs, handicap— Tom Sla
vin. 110 (Sullivan).- 2 to 1. won: Romalne. 115
<Vlckery). a to 5, second; Tuck Back, lea
(Henderron), 7 to J, third. Time. 1:14. Dr
Rowell and. Nullah also ran.
" Sixth race, nve furlonr», handicap — Suede".
KkS (Henderson). 4 to I. wen; Potencla. 03
(Sullivan). 0 to 6.-wond;-Sk!p Me. 1O<> (Bur
llngame). 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:01^- Beren
<!os and Victoria S also ran.
Seventh race, nve and a half furlongs, handi
cap — Baltm, 105 (Vlckery). 6 td 1. won- Mag
gie Mitchell. 105 (Sullivan). 3 to 1. second- El
Morro, 1OI (Burllngame). .1 to 1, third. Time
1 :0!>. J T S. Samar. Enjoyment, Little Guri
and Amlcus also ran.
- Eighth race, five furlongs, handicap— Light
Braid. U5.(Vickery>. 3 to 2. won: Queen Fay
107 (Henderson). 6 to 1. second; Zencnlan 10«
«Hotart>. 2 to 1. third. Time, 1:021',. Trav
eler. Wandering • Boy, Idalum- and- Jeff Davis
also ran.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Sept. 1.—
Eight thousand persons attended the
Grand Circuit meeting to-day at Nar
ragansett Park. The big attraction
was the attempt of Major Delmar to
lower the world'* trotting record of
2 : 02 U without, the aid of a wind
shield. He made a complete failure.
Although he was at the quarter in
30% seconds, the half in 1:01 and also
stepped the third quarter, in 29%. sec
onds, in the home stretch, his speed
failed and for the last fifty yards he
dropped back to a 2:30 gait, making
the mile In 2:03. Summary:
2:14 pace, puree $2000. three In five heats
(six heats raced Wednesday) — Baron Grattan
won ' the second," elxth and - seventh . beats In
2:07*4. 2:I1H; 2:07%. Don Car won the first
and fourth heals in 2:Ct»!4. ' 2:11. Bad Newa
won the third snd fifth beats In 2:0S<4. 2:09%.
Nancy H and Kudora also started.
2:24 trot, purse $1000, three In five — Knox'i
Gelatine King won three straight heats in 2:13,
Great Trotter Is Unable to Carry His
Speed Throughout the Mile at
Providence.
MAJOR DELMAR FAILS
IN ATTACK ON RECORD
2:11>4. 2:13. Brilliant ;Glrl. Ruth C. Drink
well and Flondrau also started.
2:12 pace, purse, $1500, two in three — Hettle
O won two stialg-ht heats, each in 2:05"4. Al
bert, Dan R and Major also .started.
2:20 trot, purse $2000. two In three — John
Taylor won two straight • heats In 2:08*4.
2:09 1 / 4. Snyder McGregor, Direct -View, Nor
rle. Grade Kellar. Authoress; Olive, Patchen
Maid, Motalla.t and The Roman also started.
Against time to beat 2:02Vi, trotting— Major
Delmar lest. Time, 2:03.
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 1.—Gover
nor's day at the State fair filled the
great grandstand to-day and crowded
the betting ring with speculators.
Governor Pardee and his staff
at the race track early in the after
noon and were the guests of the di
rectors at luncheon.
Eight races were down for decision,
the harness brigade claiming three of
the events. W. G. Durfee succeeded
in adding another link to his chain of
winnings at the meeting, his entry,
CrescoWilkes, distancing Gray Witch
and Collis H in the pacing division of
the Stanford-Occident stake in the
first heat. Summary:
¦ : First "race, 2:23 class pace, purse ?3C0:
Tom Carneal. b. g. by Dlablo-
Mountajn Maid (Trefry)-.. 2 11 1
Miss Idaho (Springer) 1 2 2 J
Gertie A ( Verllhac) . '. .. . ... .... 3 - 3 3 dr
Harry W( Wright)..... 4 . 4" 4 dr
Time— 2:11 U.2:13?i, 2:^7. 2:19.
Second. race, trotting, road race for members
of the "Sacramento Driving Club: ¦ .
Queen S, br. m. by Sable Wilkes (Sil- ,
vey) r-.::..::.- •• 4 11
Bobby Dobbs < Wheeler) :...... 15 2
Candy^Joe (Trust).. 3 4 4
Llghi Bird (Norton) ..."......... 5 2 3
Billy ' (Ruhstahlcr)... .' .'.... 2 3 dr
• . " . Tinn4h2:=4'4. 2:28%. 2:2:1.
-'Third race. .Stanford-Occident Stake, pace,
for three- year-olds: •• ' .
Cresco-Wiikt-s," b. •..«•.. by Nutwood Wilkes-.
"Alte Cresco'< Durfee). ....¦..........;¦..... 1
Crey » Witch (Cec!l) ds
CKESCO WILKES DISTANCES
FIELD IN OCCIDENT STAKES
• -A meeting of the Democratic Com
mittee on" Contested Elections was held
in Judge Dunne's chamoers last night.
Sidney M Van Wyck presiding. The
matter of the contest In the Forty
thlrddistrict.whereit is alleged twenty
oiRht fraudulent votes were'east at the
primary election, was first taken up.
Attorney Hagan represented the con
testants and Herbert ChoynskI the con
teetees. The chairman said .that while
the contest seemed rather trivial the
committee would hear It out. An ad
journment was taken until this even
ing.
Dispute Over Delegates,
PORTLAND. Sept. I.— Tha results- of th»
races at Irvlngton follow.
First race, five furlongs, wiling — Montoy*
won. Addle D second. Badly Used third, rim*.
Second race, six and a half furlongs Ros*
of Hllo won. Casador second. Evermore third.
Time. 1 :22.
Third race, flve and a half furlongs, aetl Ing-
Rosebud won, Snark second. Judge Narton
third. Time. 1:08.
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling— Titus w«n.
Urbano second. Northwest third. Tims. 1:14V
Fifth race, seven furlongs^ selling— Red Dam
sel wen. Maxtresa second. Tom Hawk third.
Time. 1 :28.
Sixth race, mile and fifty yardsi. wiling—
Moor won. . Glljsando second. Wartimes third.
Time, 1:45*4.
Consumption is four times as fre
quent in families whose annual in
come Is less than J300 as It is in fam
ilies receiving more than $1200.
TACOMA, Sept. 1. — Parke Wilson's
three-bagger and C. Hall's outfield fly
saved Seattle from being whitewashed
by St. Vrain to-day. "Sunny Jim"
was effective, and fast fielding, got
him out of several tight places. With
two out in the fourth, two singles and
a hit 'batsman filled \ the sacks, -but
St. Vrain struck out R. Hall. Score:
Tacoma — 1 Seattle —
- AB. R. H. P. A. AB. R. H.-P.-A.
Doyle.rf. 4 0 0 1 0 Dhnty.3b SO O 2 0
Shehn.Sb 4 11 1 3 VanH.cf : 4 0 0 3 2
Krdyk.lb 4..-0 2 11 3 Mohler.Sb 2 0 0--3-..1
Eagaii.s. 3 113 3 t Mrphy.lf 4 0 1 O 0
Lynch.cf 2 12 3 OlBIksp.lb ¦ .1 0 3 4:0
Casey.Sb 3 0 14 ClSmltn.rf. .3 0 0 2 1
McLgn.lf 3 12 1 O.R.Hall.s. 4 0 0 2 2
Hogan.c. 2 0 0 3 OWIlson.c 4 1 1 .7 2
St.Vrn.p 3 0 1 0 3 C.Hall.p. 3.0 0 10
Totals. 2S 4 10 27 is! Totals. 30 1* 5 24 10
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Tocoma ........ 3 O 0 0 .1 0 0 Ox — 4
Base hits...... 4 0 0 0 2 2 11 x— H>
Seattle *. . . . 0 O 0 0 10 0 0 0 — I
Base hits 0102 1200 1 — 5
SUMMARY.
Errors — Van Haltren, . Eagan. Struck out—
By St. Vrain 3, by C. Hall 4. Bases on balls
—By St. Vrain 4. Hit hyjpltcned ball — Lynch.
Wild pitch— C. Hall. Stolen bases — Sheehan,
Nordyke, Eagan. Two-base hits 1 - McLaughlln,
Nordyke, i Lynch. '.Three-base hit — Wilson.
Earned runs — Tacoma 2. Sacrifice hit— Hogan.
Double plays — Mohlcr to R. Hall to Blanken-
Ehlp, Eagan to Casey, Sheenan ' to Casey to
Nordyke. Left on bases- — Tacoma 2,. Seattle 7.
Time- of game — One ,hour and forty minutes.
Umpires — Brown and McCarthy. .
SIWASHES NEARLY BLANKED.
By the New York Morning Telegraph.
First race — Linda Lee,' Bulwark,
JPp.lsstrec.'
. Second race — Kins Pepper, " Coun
terpoise, Kickshaw.
s Third race — Palmbearer, Aurunias
ter, Cloverland.
- : Fourth race — Molly Brant, Broom
stick, Sigllght.
Fifth race — Paget entry, Oiseau,
Merry lark.
Sixth race — Gold Money, Carbuncle,
Durrra entry.
Condition of the track — Fast.
SHEEPSHEAD BAY SELECTIONS.
Neither the Hardys, Whit
ney nor Freeman will be in the compe
tition, but every other player of prom
inence in the West will strive for
championship honors. Among those
entered are Reuben T. Hunt, the clever
Alamedan who won the Northwestern
championship this year; Drummond
MacGavin, the State champion; Eu
gene Overton, champion of Southern
California; Percy Murdock, the San
Francisco champion; George Baker,
champion of Alameda County; George
Busch, ex-champion of Montana; W.
Goss, champion of Oregon; R. N.Whit-
The annual struggle for supremacy
In the tennis courts will commence to
day at the Hotel Rafael, San Rafael.
At 10 o'clock this morning the men's
singles tournament will begin and the
largest and in many ways the most in
teresting event of the kind ever held
here will occupy the attention of play
ers and spectators.
ney; ex-champion in dojubles; Trow
brldge Uendrlck, the former lnter
pcholastic champion of Southern Cali
fornia, and Lombard, champion of
Northern California. Aside from these
are many others who are prominent in
tennis circles, but have not annexed
championship titles. ;, * . •'•-
The ladies' tournament, which com
mences at 2 o'clock, will be the most
interesting of the kind ever held here.
Champion May Sutton, \ who won the
national championship ana who is. con
sidered by many to be -the cleverest
woman player in the world, will defend
her title.
In the tournament are SIis3 Florence
and Miss Violet Sutton. Mrs. Bruce
(formerly Miss Ethel Sutton) and. Miss
Gabriel Dobbins. One of these ¦ live
players will undoubtedly earn the right
to play Miss May Sutton for the cham
pionship. The . latter outclasses all
other players on the coast and. will
surely.be successful. - -
Portland Race Results.
MOST NOTED WOMAN TENNIS PLATER IN ALL THE WORLD. WHO WILL
DEFEND HER TITLES TO CHAMPIONSHIPS AT THE BIG TOURNAMENT
WHICH COMMENCES TO-DAY ON THE COURTS OF THE HOTEL RAFAEL.
First race — No Trumper, Petit Due,
Tho Belle. , ,; .
Second race — Cardigan, Laura K,
Linffo.
Third , race — Princess Tulane, ' Alma
Dufour. Shnwann.
Fourth race— Peter Paul, The Cri
sis,' Frontenac.
Fifth race— Captain Ncroth, Lord
Diton. Cutter!
Sixth race — Major Mansir, Excen
trnl. Sarilla:
Seventh race-^-M^arshalsea, The Fo
rum, TamO'Shnnter.;
Condition of the track — Fast.
HARLEM. SELECTIONS.
By the Chicago Inter .Ocean
Fifth race.' six filrlongs, selling — Garvice 07.
Captain Neroth 0T. Envoy 97. Del Carina 97.
I^dy Fashion 00. Janeta !W. Cutter 105. Lord
Dlxon 1C5. Mary Eleanor 104, Girdlestone 110,
Centigram 09. • . - • .
Sixth race^ one and a quartsr miles, selling
— Excentral 89, Chatl!* Miller 00, Salivate 92.
Frank Me 94, -Sarilla 04, Major Manslr 106.
. Seventh race. .six. furlongs, selling — Bob
Franklin 9». Memnon 9M. tsegone 98. Tarn
O'Shanter 98. Lampoon 100. Payne* 110, The
Forum 100. Angelo 103. Marshalsea 1C3. Hud
iton 103, Wine Sao 103, Commander 105. Cleo
105, Lens More 108. Harding 106, The Fog 112.
Fourth 'race, alx furlongs, purse — New Mown
Hay 106. AtllsU ICC, Peter. Paul 106. My Jan?
106. Otiel 100. Bombardier 106, Bill Walters
1<H5. iFlonsta. 112. The Crisis 112. Don't Ask
Me- 112. Gypzene 112, Frontenac 115, Bellarce
115. , ' . .' ' • •> -
First*' race,*, five afld' a half furloa^s, purse —
Padre 101. Sizs Lee 103. Lady Ellison 103.
The Novice 103, Colonel Kuppert lwJ. El Otroa
100. McClelfan 106. One AVay 106. Petit Due
106, The "Belle 107. 'No Trumper 110. Sllver
skln.llo. Regale 08.
Second 'race, short course, steeplechase —
Dcmlnlque You ' 12!>,' Maud Muller 13». Donaml
1S8, Class Leader 14S, <Evander 15O. Schwarz
wald. 150: Lingo 150, Cardigan 150. Montanlc
lC9/-Laura.K HO; '..>...
Third race, one - mile, .purse — Shawana 04.
Alma Dulqur JJi, forper W7, Princess- Tulan*
104, Judge Hlm*s 1C7.
CHICAGO^ Sept. . 1. — The races at
Harlem track: /to-morrow attracted
the following, entry:
HARLEM ENTRIES.
First race — Nellie Bawn, Back
Number. Dusky Secret.
Second race — Billy Handsel, Fay
Sharp, Georse T. •
Third race — Santa Ventura, Hazel
U, Sanctlsslma. » . .
Fourth ra<?e — Mafalrta, .Marquis De
Carabas, Felix Mozzes. ¦, -- ¦•
Fifth race — Lady Mercury, Korea,
Platt.
Sixth raw? — Light ¦ Opera, Bu;Ie
Horn. Misanthrope.
ST. LOUIS SELECTIONS.
Fifth rare, five and a half furlongs, maid
ens — McDeceiver ICO. Herman Doyla 109, Kit
tye Belle Brooks 106. True Wing 108. Lady
Mercury ton, John Randolph 1C6. Harlequin
1«:, Hershman 10-T. Trlxle Whiter 1C0. Besslo
Me 100. Anadarco 10<\ Korea 100, Platt 103.
Sixth race, one and a sixteenth mll«3, selling
— Dawson 100. Varro 103. Light Opera 102.
Jack Little 101. Sister Lillian ICOt Litti*
Ccrker 100. Misanthrope 9S. Scalper 97. Bu«le
Horn 9C. Florl »<'.. DoIInda 05." Juba 82 Th»
Hebrew 90. Rvgina D 00.
Fourth race, six furlongs. pur»e—^Martjuis
de Carabast 110, Bomhlno 107. Trogon 107. Sa
die Burch 107. Bird Pond 107. Responsive 107,
Mafalda 107. Twemlow 100. BeJjQouer 105.
Felix Mozxes 105. Lady Vivian 102. Fannejta
1C2. Fontesla 102, Lookaway 102. • "
cret 104. Mae Miller 104. La Amanda 104. Nel
lie Bawn 10a. Back Number 103.
Second race, five and a half furlongsi maid'
ens — Mr. Ritchie 10«. Aten 106. Mabel Slmms
10«. Ellly Handsel 106. Flying Fire 100. Geor3«y
T 103. Elenika Hrt>. Fay Sharp 100. Telephone
Belle 10O. Joe Graham 100. Verandah ICO.
Pharmacy luo. Lady Sellers 100.
Third race, six furlongs, selling— Apple
Sweet 1C0 Aline S ICO; Drummond 104, No"
weta 104. " Hazel H 104. Tangible 104. .Maul
Wallace 104. Sanctlsslma 00. Santa Ven
tura 99. Lady Churchill 1C9.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 1. — The entrtea
for the Fair Gounds races to-morrow
follow:
First race six" furlongs, selling:— Bright
Flower 114. Lady Burlington- 100. Detest 10V.
Catherine Knox 100. Maghoni 104. Dusky Se-
ST. LOUIS ENTRIES.
f?T. LOUI?, Sept. 1.— St. IxjuIs took the
first] ».t,» from Philadelphia this afternooti.
f> lo 2. ¦ McFarland had the better support.
Attendance, 23(.<0. Score:
- •. « : : r. h. e.
Ft. l>ul* 5 8 1
Philadelphia 2 « 3
Ratterte* — aicFarlar.d and McLean; Euthoft*
and Dooln. /Uir^ire, Johnstone.
# «.*HICAGO. Sept. 1. — Lundgren's fine pltch
i'qx. with perfect support. Fhut out the Brook
17ns to-day. Attendance. 900. Score:
t - . . >> -R. H. E.
¦Cfcicapo 3 10 0
Bi ooklyn O 4 4
Batteries — Lundgren and O'Neill; Koukalik
and lirrpra. Umpire. Moran.
PITTEBCRG. Srpt. I.— Pittsburg-BoBton
came postponed: rain. . ¦ .
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
~!'H I LA DELPHI A. S»i>t. 1.— Two doubles and
two Eintrles in the ninth inninr won. to-day's
rsrn* {or St. L<ouis. Vs to that time both
Wad.'lell and Glade were Invincible. Attend
ance.- 4t»50. Score :
R. H. E.
Pt. .Louis.' » 2 9 1
J'riladelphia © « O
"¦ "Battorie* — Glade and Sueden: Waddell and
fctjbreck.
Hectmd same — R. H. E.
Ilofton - .*> 13 O
«neveland .....: 1 3 1
Batteries — Gibson and Farrcll; Donahue and
r»cu)ow.
Ntrw TORIv." Sept. I— The locals fleldfd
I>erfect!y, while the error* made by the vis
itors were responsible for two of the four
rURKCcred by New Tork. Attendance, 4000.
I w-troit 2 • « 2
New Tork ..." 4 7 O
Batteries — Donovap and Beville; Powell and
Kleinow.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1.— Washington de
feated Chicago t3-d*y by the ecore of 1 to 0.
Attendance, 1000. Score:
Washing! on_ .'.I 9 .2
Chicago . . .'. O 0 ' O
.Batteries — Wolfe and Clarke; Smith and Mc-
Firland. ' >, .
B.«on 1 6 2
Batterie»^Rhoadea an* Be-ilow; Tannehill
and Crlrer. •
BOSTON.. .Sept. 1. — The earlier Fame was
practically 'dwrided !n the peoend Inning, when
the visitors btinrh»Kl hits after two men were
but r.nd scored thr»»e run*. The «"cond game
«u < haractertsed by Boston's heavy hitting.
Attendance. 18.400. Socrei:
Firrt game— R. H. E.
Oeveland ¦ 4 10 1
¦ National Lengue.) * ' (American League.)
¦rtr. L. pvt. w. l. P'ct.
New Tork.R4 32 .724 Boston ...70 44 .C17
• -hicago ...63- 4« .W0NewYork.es 43 .613
PittsburB .60 47 .r.M Phils 82 4« .r,74
<^nc!nnati G7 W> ,S73 «"hlca<ro . .<*5 60 .663
Rt. Louia..fi2 BT; ..'.21 Cleveland «2 49 .5o.»
Boston 44 «4 .«<!7 Detroit ...47 «4 .424
Brooklyn .«> 75 .34SVt. !»ul«..4r. SS .4i,O
Phita S3 84 .2S2 "Washing'n 27 S3 .211
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
•STANDING OF TIIK CLUBP
XCTTrYdrk Highlanders Take Advan
tage, of Detroit's Errors and
Nose Out Ahearl.
1M>STON CHAMPIONS DIVIDE
WITH MEN FROM CLEVELAND
Stolen bases — Smith (3). Bernard, Flood.
Chase. Errors — Van Burcn. Gochnauer. Wai
dron, Cravath. Three-base hit — Cravath. Two
base hits— Smith (2). Irwln (2). Sacrifice -hl;s —
Kmlth, Flood (2), Ross (2). Base on errors —
Los Angeles 1, .'•an Francisco 1. Lett on basen
— Los Angeles S, San Francisco 0. ! Base* on
balls — Oft Knell 3. off Baum 4.. Struck out —
By Knell 1. by Baum 1. Double play* — Smith
to Chase, Bernard to Flood to Toman: Miller
to *Van Buien. Time of game 1:55. Umpire —
McDonald.
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Los Angeles 0 0 1 2 3 8 0 0 •— 0
Base hits 0 2 2 4 3 3 11 •— 1«
San Francisco 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 0— 3
Base hits 3 10101100—7
SUMMARY.,
Los Angeles — I San Francisco
AB.R. H. P.A. ' AB.R. II. P.A.
Hernrd.cf 3 2 2 4 2 V n Bu.lb 4 0 0 13 ¦,()
I'lood, 2b 3 1 11 :i ?ochna,?s 3 1 O 2 0
imith. 3b 4 2 4 « 1 '. 'alfln.cf 4 1 l/a 1
t.'ravth.rf S 1 1 1 h l.'Ildeb.lf :i 1 1 0 1
¦ hasp.lb 5 0 1 «.t 0 l.win. 3b 4 0 2 O II
Voman.ss 4 2- 2 14 Andsn..rf 4 0 121
Ross, If 1 0 1 1 l! Tiller. 2b 4 0 1 3 4
JCagar. c 4 0 2 4 ( I eahy, c 3 0 0 1 t
Baum, p 4 1 2 O 1 Uriel I. p. 4 0 10 5
Totals 33 0 16 27 i:[ Totals 33 3 7 24 19
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1.'— The play
ing of the San Franciscos to-day was
nothing like the exhibition they put
up yesterday. Knell Was given a se
vere beating and the team-behind him
played loosely at times. The locals
played a great game on bases and the
result was a second victory for the
Angels by the score of 9 to 3. Score:
Knell Has Nothing With Which to
Puzzle Southern Hatsmen.
ANOTHER GAME FOR ANGELS.
The small attendance at the park be
gan to make a getaway ere the game
was half concluded. Every one was
disgusted, with the possible exception
of "Skel" Roach. He thought he was
doing a great stunt, and he was after
the first inning. The Commuters never
scored again and "Skel" had them all
swinging their heads off at his elusive
offerings.
The only good thing in the game was
the fielding of Beck at third. He
scooped up three that were absolutely
the hottest things that ever sped in
the direction of third base. Catcher
Stark made' his first, appearance here
with Oakland.. The Brownies stole all
kinds of bases on him. The score:
4
Oakland — I Portland—
AB.R. II. P.A. AB.R. H. P. A.
I'rncks, s 4 1 1 ;i Spncr, 2b .'{ 10 10
Oanly. rf 4 1 1,0 o Hurly. lb 4 2 1 12 0
Dnlvy, If 4 1 1 1» O .Ndeau, If 5 .". .1 2 O
t'.chlny,2b 4O110 fitelmn, c 5 2 2 3 .".
Krugr. cf 4 O 2 5 0 Castro, rf 5 0 2 21
I trelb. 11>4 0 1 13 1 Drnan. cf 4 0 1 O 0
Devrx, 3b 4 0 111 Beck. .1b. 5 1 1 • 4 «
Ktark. c. 3 0 0 - .1 2 Rymnd, 8 4 0 2 3 3
(Jraham.p 3 o 0 0 3 Roach, p. 4 1 0 0 3
Totals. 34 3 8 27 is| Totals. 80 10 12 27 10
RUNS AND HITS BY INNINGS.
Portland 0 i 3-4 O 0 0 0 2— 10
Base hits 0 2 3 10 1-11 -3— VI
Oakland 3 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0-u ;:
Base hits 4 1 1.0 10 00 .1 — 8
SUMMARY.
Stolen baseWIIurle*- (2). Spencer, - Castro.
Errors — Ganley'<2),' Francks (2),- Schlafiey (3),
Stark, Roach. Raymond, Hurley. Steclman.
Three-base hit— Steelman. Two-base hit—Na
deau — Sacrifice hits — Hurley. Drennan. First
base on errors — Oakland 2. .Portland SLJ First
base on called balls — Off Graham 1. Left nn
banes — Oakland 3. Portland C. Struck out — By
Graham. 2; by Roach. 3. Hit by pitcher —
Spencer. Time of game — One hour and forty
five minutes. Umpire — O'Connell.
No one, on the Oakland team could
hold the \ ball. . Ganley started the
rough work l>y letting two runs in
with a bad throw and a fumble in the
field. Then Schlafley's turn came and
so did Francos'. The former rolled up
three errors and the latter two. and
each was good for a run.
; If it was a race "to see which team
could pile up the miscues the fastest,
the Commuters .would have slipped to
the, front with the glory alb theirs yes
terday, at Recreation Park, but it was
runs that counted and it was' here the
Commuters were to the bad. After
starting with a lead of three, they
went; to pieces and the Brownies had
all the runs they needed in two In
nings. Score: Oakland 3, Portland 10.
(Pacific Coast League.)
VS.- L. P'ct.. . W. L. P'ct.
Tacoma '..18 14 .5^2 Portland . .16 17 .4S5
Los Angls.18 14 ; 562 San Fran.. 18 IS .471
Seattle ...18 15 . 5 »5 Oakland ..13 21 .382
STANDING OF THE CLUIJS
The discus throw attracted little at
• tentlon until the announreis called the
result of M. J. Sheridan's first throw.
It came within a few inches of equal
ing the world's record, made by him
self, of 127 feet 3'i inches. When Sher
. idan again stepped into the seven-foot
ring the crowd awaited, almost breath
lessly, while the steel discus whirled
through the air. The measurer raced to
the ppot where the 1 -discus had buried
Itself, 130 feet $ inches from the start
ing point. The result of the next thrcrw
•w»s 1"2 feet. The discus used by Sher
idan was weighed and found to be one
eighth of an ounce overweight.
The enthusiasm of the crowd was
renewed a short time later when Myer
• Prinstein of the Greater New York
Athletic Association added 6^ inches
to -the Olympic running broad jump
record established by A. C. Kraenzlein
pf the University of Pennsylvania at
the Paris games in 1900. Kraenzlein.
who was also the -Olympic champion
in th$ 200-meter hurdle, was deposed
by H. W. Hillman of the New York
Athletic Club. Hillman got away in
front and. although headed in the
'early part of the race, regained the
lead and crossed the tape in the record
time of 24 3-5 seconds.
ST, LOUIS. Sept. 1.— In the Olympic
frames to-day one world's record and
three Olympic records were broken.
One of the greatest races of the 1904
Olympiad was the SOO-meter run (W4.89
•yards). Not only did James D. Light
body of the. Chicago Athletic Associa
tion lower the Olympic record by 5 2-5
seconds, but he ran the leps off the
German representative, who collapsed
at the finish.
James D. Lightbody of Chi
cago Easily Outclasses the
Crack Sprinter of Germany
Beck Saves the Reputation
of the Game by Making a
Few Spectacular Catches
SHEEPSHEAD BAY. Sept. 1. — The
entries for to-morrow's races follow:
First race, six furlongs. Futurity course,
maiden two-year-olds — Lrgatee 115. Light Note
115. Palm Tree U.'i. Cornell 11">. Sir Brlllar 115.
Kunjamack 110, Oliver Cromwell 115, Red Fox
112 Bulwark 112. Quadrille 112. Salt and
Pepper 112, Ismallan 112. Fair Reveller 112,
Linda Lee 11'-'. Aiicasstn 115.
Second race, six and a half furlongs, main
tr<.ck, threj-year-olds and up. selling — Pol
Roger 11«. Atwood 116. Clovls 110. Pat Bulger
110, Blue Peter 10.1. Vagary 103, Foxy Kane
103. Geranium 103 Sovereign 103. Counterpoise
10U. Stolen Moments 100. Kickshaw 100. Cot
tage. Maid 100.- Canajoharle W9, King Pepper
97. Palette ' 03, Yazan S3, Wizard 8.S.
Third race, one and an eighth miles, three
year-olds and up. handicap — High Chancellor
112. Grey Friar 110. Adriutha 110, Pulsus 107.
Spring 100. Dalesman 105, Palmbearer 104,
Cloverland 10?, Dekaber 101. Marmee 97,
Brigand 97, Aurumarter 09.
Fourth race, one mile, all ages, purse, $1200
added — Hurstbourne 122, Mclly Brant 110,
Broomstick 115, Siglight 00.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs, Futurity
course handicap, two-year-olds. $1000 added—
Olseau 119, Tongord«r 119. Merry Lark 113,
Gllptn 112. Zeala 108, Gamara 100,' Blue Bird
104. Jerrv <". 104.
Sixth race.' one and a quarter miles, on the
turf, three-year-olds, the Turf handicap, $.".000
added— Hurft Park 127, Gunfire 122. Gold
Money 00. Carbuncle 97. Mineola 96. (Gunflr*
and Mineola, Duryea entry.)
SIIKKPSIIEAD BAY ENTRIES.
Time. 5:25 2-C. Start g^ood. Won alone.
Winner."* C Pflzer's ch. g. by The Sailor Prince-
Luna. Bonfire, Jim Stick, finished as named.
SIXTH RACE— One and a sixteenth miles;
three-year-olds and up; selling:
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. *; Fin.
7 to 1 — Eagle. f»0 (Crlmmins) 3 1 4 1 '1
4 to 1— The L. Rohcsla. 00 (Davis) S 4 ft 2 l»i
4 to 1— Prince Ching. 9* (Fischer) 4 14 3 2
Time, l:4S2-5. Statt fair. Won driving.
Winner. Petchogue Stable's rh. jr. by Bath
ampton-Trouba. Irascible, Tol San. Home
stead. Requlter. Boxwood. Bollna. Tantalus
Cup. Kilogram, Silver Days, Daisy Green, Top
Right, finished as named.
FIFTH RACE— About two miles: four-year
ol.ds and up; the Hemp«tead Cup for hunters;
stcfnlechase:
Betting. "Horse. Weight. JocKey. St. *i Fin.
7 to 1— Libretto. IKS (B?rnhardt) 5 2 30 1
25 to 1— Horizontal. 150 (Helder). 1 3 2
2 tol — Daffodownd'y,153 (Donue) 4 1 6 *•¦
Time. 2:00. Start fair. Won driving. Win
r.er, II. .1. Morris' ch. g. by Octagon- Astoria.
Three starters.
FOURTH . RACE — One and three-sixteenth
miles; three-year-olds; the Reapers stakes:
Bettlns. Horse. Weight, Jockey. St. % Fin.
20 to 1 — Aurumaster 103 <Crims) 3 .1 lh
7 to 10— Orm. Right 107 (Lyne). I 13 2 8
3 to 1— Ed Tieraey. 100 (liurns) 2 2 2 3
THIRD RACE— Five furlongs; the Dasli
Rtak^s; two-year-olds:
Hettinjr- Horse. Weight. Jcckey. St. »i Fin.
h to 1— Wild Mint. Klft (Burns-;.. ¦» 4 »i 1 V,
<i to 1— Councilman. 110 <H.Phil) « 5h 2 1
7 to 10— Dreamer, 101 (Hildebd). 2 3 1^3 4
Time, 1:00. Start fair. Won driving. Win
ner. J. R. Keere's b. c. vy Kinsston-Mlnt
Cake. Handzarra, Diamond, Pasadena, But
tllr.' finished as named..'
SECOND RACE— Six furlongs; all ages;
purse:
Bmlng. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. a '» Fin.
2 to 6— Alan-a-Dale, ll.V(Lyne). 2 2 5 1 l',4
•» to 1— Flying Ship. 117 iHildb.D a 4 18 2 Vis
20 to 1 — Tramctor. 98 «H.C'ochrn) 1 12«^3 1Vi
Time. 1:13 2-5. Start poor. Won easily.
Winner. T. C. McDowell's en. h. by Halma-
S«dle McNalry. Ocean Tide, Sp»o finished as
named.
SHEEPSHEAD BAT, Sept. 1.—Al
though Councilman finished second In
the Dash stakes, which was won by
James It.' Keene's Wild Mint after a
hard % fought race through the last
quarter, Madden's colt was declared
the best by those . at the start who
saw him get off half a dozen lengths
behind the others. In the last quar
ter, while Dreamer apparently h*d
all the others beaten up to the last
furlong, Councilman came with a rush
under the whip. He gradually bore
over and nearing the finish, he helped
force. Dreamer into, so tight a place.
Wild Mint ; being on the rail, that
Hildebraml pulled up near the end
and his mount finished only third,
with Wild Mint first, by a n^ck from
Councilman. '•-
• Only, three' starters went to the
post for the Kear>er Stakes, worth
$3025. The result was one of the
greatest surprises of the meeting, to
the delight of thousands who would
not bet on Ormonde's Right on ac
count of the prohibitive odds Auru
master "at 20 to 1 in the ring suc
ceeded !n overhauling the pacemaker,
Ormonde's Right, and winning. Sum
mary:
FJKST RACE— Five furlongst two-year-old
maiden flllles; purse:
Betting. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. »i Fin.
."ttoil — Z?ala. 107 (Lyne).. •_• 2 1411}*
S to 5^-My Buela. 103 tHXalhn) « ti \i, 2 2
2i> to I— RalmenK 105 (H.O'Connr) 5 3 j£ 3 h
Time. 1:01 Start fair. Won easily. Win
ner. H. B. Duryea's br. f. by Watercress-
Zealandla. Princess Kris. Delusion. Agnes
Virginia. Novena, Mrs. Bot. I>ucretta, My
r?Ia, Galice. Star Lilly. Queen Rcse, Holy
fcmok?, Monon. Metallic flnittned as named.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
AMERICANS HEAD LIST
BROWNIES CANTER H03rE
SIXTH RACE— On© mile: three-year-olds
and up: .
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. . K Fin.
H to 1— Second Mate. 105 (Cocolo) 2 2 3 12
« to 1 — Flyer. 1O« (Rice> 5 3 3 - -
4 to 1— St. Simonian. 107 (Young) 9 6 2 •> nk
Time. 1:42. Start good. Won easily. Win
ner G. H. Neal & Co.'s b. h. (») by First
Mate-Vera. Ben Lear 102, First Chip -111.
Lynch 107. Dr. Burns 107. Jena 107. Fenian
02. Billy Moore '107, Axares 102. finished as
named. .,..:.,..•
FOURTH RACE— Six furlong*; three-year
olds and us: .
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. K^/? 3
2 to 1— Baa d'Or. 112 (Foley) 1 4 1fH
4 to 1— Commodore. 100 (Austin) 4 1 1&2 n
5 to 1— Dishabille. 87 (J. Dale).. 3 2 2 3H,
Time 1:14. Start good. Won cleverly. W In
ner W. Mulkey's ch. g. (4) by Dochart-Go.J»a
Slipper. Otto Stlfel 113. also ran.
FIFTH RACE— One and a sixteenth miles;
three-year-olds and up: '¦- ¦-' "
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. % Fin.
4 to 1— AgBl» Lewis. S>2 (Rice) « 2 4 1 4
4 to 1— Blissful. 100 (Williams) 3 12 23
3 to 2— N»ven«uch. 10« (Cocolo). .'. . 1-3 7 3 1
Time. l:47'i. Start good. Won easily.
Winner. E. Trotter's ch. f.- »3) by Pirate of
Penzance-Clcely. Lyrist 06, Iras 105. finished
as named.
THIRD RACE— Six furlonjs; three-year-old
and unward: . • ., _,
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. f* Jla.
6 to 1— Scotch Dance, 107 (JCnw) B 1 S 1 h
It to 2— Triple Silver. 102 (Dicks) 5 BJ 23
0 to 1— Klowa -Chief. 102 (Roach) Z -2 3 3 1
Time, l:14& Start good. "Woa drjvlns.
Winner W. Cole & Co.'s ch. c. (3) by Guido-
Mazurk'a. Oudon 11(», Amberita 102, Phlora
107, Ophelia Martin 102, Tj-ron 107. Torlo 10..
Gay American 102. King Fox II 102. Twemlow
110, Huegenetta 107. finished as named.
SECOND RACE — One mll»: thr««-7eaT-o:<J
and uj>ward: " ¦ _, _
Betting. Horse. Weight, Jockey. St. % Fla.
3 to 1— Check Morgan. 82 (LWil) 8 2 3,14
IS to 5— Lemon Girl. 103 (Young) 9 12 2 1
60 to 1— Judge Cantrlll. 101 (MGil) 3 51 3b
Time 1:42. Start fair. Won easily. 'Win
ner S ' B Burnett & Co.'s ch. f. <o> by Gym
nast-Royal Nettle. Amorous 101^ Easier "MS al
ters 02. Oudenarde 107. Extol 105; Vulcaln 1<X>.
Flora Bright 107. Sam Stevens 97. uranium
110, Bird Wood 107 finished- as named.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 1.— Baa d'Or
proved to-day that he can win at any
distance when he beat the beat sprint
ers at the track. Dishabille, the only
two-year-old starter, was badly
bumped Into the fence or ahe might
have won. Summary: . .
FIRST BACE-^Six rurlonjs;. thr»»-yt»r-o!da
and usward: " * -' m^" .' _,
Betting. Horse. Weight, Jocker. St. .% Fin.
11 to 1— TaHy H. ICO (Foley) 4 3 S In
4 to 1— Kin* Rose. 100 (Conley) 1 2 2 2 ns
9 to 2— J. W. O'Neill. 103 (Rlc«> 3 43 3 3
Tim*. 1:1314. Start good. Won drlvUi*.
Winner. W. H. Fizer & Co.'s ch. «r (6) by
Rancocas-Myrtle. Sylvia Talbot 1C9. St Paris
106. Clausua 112, Debbi* May 103. finished as
earned. -'..." ¦
Special Dispatch to Tit* CaU>
Time. • 1:42 1-5. Start good. Won easily.
W:nnen. \ti M. Walker's ch. c. by Handsome-
Austerity Watermelon 03, . Armorer »*. La
Chap/rpn'93.^1Jssardo U5, R. F. Williams 10.;.
Thank Haven 102,.Potrero Grande 103. Jusquj
Ia .J)^. . Mohican. 103,. Sartor Resartus 100. fin
ished as nomed? • '•- - ¦ • -
SEVENTH RACE— One mile; three-year
olds; selllnc: , ' " • .
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. «i Fin.
4 tol— O. Eastsrn. 08 (Harris).. 10 4 1 17
7 to 2 — Long. .James 93 (Nlcol). 2 1121
15 to 1— Lida Leib. 05 (Oregar). ..11 «1 3h
SIXTH RACE— One mile; three-year-olds;
selling: .. .-• - •
Betting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. «i Fin.
17 to 10— Brand New. 08 ?Aubchn) 2 1 2*il 1
5 to 2— Atlantlto. U*To (N'Icol)... 121 3 2"'
21 to- 5 — Docile. 08 (Seamster).. . .1 4 1 3 1
Time, 1:40 ;t-5. Start eood. Won handily.
Winner. • H. Gardner . & Co.\» b. g. by The
Coininoner-Lena Brand. Chockayotte 95.
Apple, 1C7, 'finished as' named.
FIFTH RACE— Five furlongs; two-year
olds; ?ur»e; '_ : .
Belting. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. «; Fin.
2 to 1— Belle Klr.ney.lCO (Abchn) .-. 12 14
13 to 3 — Prince Brutus.lOT (Hnry) 2 2 S 2 i-i
'J to 2— Portsmouth. lttT (Mountn) 4 4 3 324
Time. 1 :0O 2-5. Start bad. Won easily.
Winner A. C. -Jones & Co.'s b. f. by Belvidere-
Miss Kincey. Broadway Girl 10.1, Intense 100.
Happy Jack 203, Vlroqua 100, finished as
named. - » .
FOURTH RACE — Six furlongs; •eliing;
thrt-e-year-clds and up:
B»ttln s Hor*e. W-eight. Jookey. St. ?i Fin.
Kilo 1— Robin Hood, "103 (NIcol). 4 111 2!i
13 to 1— Mad Mul!atUC*(Hels«-sn) 3 2 1 2 6
12 to "i — Hagerdon. 114 (Henry).. 0 ."1 3 h
Tim*, 1 :Vl. Start cccd. Won easily. Win
ner. S/ W. Streets b. g. (3) by Kingston-Belle
of Maywood. Peter J 114. Bay Wonder 100.
Crfstfftllen 10».- Rag Tag 112. Harney 112,
Cyprlcnne 88, finished -as named.
jJECOXD RACE— Six furlongs; selling; Ihree
year-olds and u:>:
Dotting Horse. \V»lght. Jockey. St. *i Fin.
4 to 1— Comiade. 1C5 (Davis)... 2 1 h 1 2Va
5 to 1— Norel. 100 (Henry). 14324
15 to 1— Agnes Br*nrjan.U)4(Helg) 7 3 *i J 4
Time. 1:1.1.1-8 Start cood. Won easily.
Wlnn'r.' Woodford & Buckmr's ch. c. (S) by
The Commoner- Elizabeth 11. Jehane IOC;.
•Cardinal Wclsey 104. Fly Lady 08. Komombo
101. E'.patea 1(W. Mary McCalterty 104, Olym
pian 113, finished as jiamed.
THIRD RACE— One mile; handicap; three
yrar-olds and up:
Betttn? Hor*e. Weight. Jockey. St. fi Fin.
lfttou — Fossil. 10:: (Sheehan)... 2 2 4 Ink
5 to 2— Port Royal. 1C» (llelges) 3 3 2 2 h
lStofc— Pr. Sllv?rwlngs.lOO <Aub> 112 3 1?
Time. 1 :39. Start good. Won driving. Win
ner. Parker & Thwalte's b. g. <•»> by Fresno-
Falrystone. The Lady 10-'!, Konsoluca 99, fin
ished as named.
Robin Hood, a Keene cast-off, as
good as 15 to 1. won the fourth race,
a selling affair at six furlongs. He
went to the front early and - was
•never headed, winning by two length*
from Mad Mullah. Summary:
FIRST RACE— Five furloms; telling; two
year-olds: . . ~ 11
Batting Hcrse, Weight, Jockey. St. *i Fin.
S to 1— •>?etul Lady.105 (Wilson) 7 1 1 1 h
40 to 1— Dlxelle. 101 (Bonner) 12 2 2 2 2
25 to 1— KMe M, 9S (Preston) 9 7 13 1
Tim*. 1:01 1-5. Start good. Won driving.
Winner.'-!. A. Wernberg's b. f. by Russeti
l'seful. l>undall 104. Bak?r 105. Lady Lasca
IGTi Black Art 1C.N. Raviana 9S. Tyrollan 101.
Handy .Bill ¦ 107. Mias Deuce 104. Pirilla 06,
Adare 1C-, finished as named. ¦ •<¦ -•
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. — Fossil, the
Cajlfornia horse, which .was backed
for a killing a few days and was
barely beaten, made good in the
feature event to-day at Harlem. . He
ran the mile in 1:39 flat and won the
verdict by a neck from Port Royal,
which beat Prince Sllverwings a head
for the Dlace. These three, were In a
bunch at the wire, with Port Royal
fairly eating up his field. Secretary
Nathanson handicapped the field of
five so closely it was hard to pick
a favorite, there being little difference
in odds betw'een Port Royal. The
Lady, Fossil and Prince Sllverwings,
in the order named.
Special Dispatch to Th« CaVL.
Athletes Competing in the
Olympian Games Set New
Marks in Various Events
After Taking the* Lead in
First Inning Commuters
Play Streaked
Maddeivs Councilman Runs
Smashing Race After Get
ting Away Badly.
Fossil Runs a Mile in 1:39
at Harlem, Defeating
Port Royal.
Bas d'Or Beats a Field
of Sprinters at Fair
Grounds Track.
Miss May Sutton, P-ronounced the .World's Greatest. Player,
Will Be the Central Figure at the Championship/Tour
nament—Cleverest Exponents of the Game to Compete
DASH STAKES ARE TAKEN
BY J. R. KEENE'S WILD MINT
THREE RECORDS
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