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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Tournament
EIGHT PLAYERS
STILL li BATTLE
Mel Coogan Arrives Here;
Ready for Monday's Battle
Three Past and Two Present
American Champions In
cluded in List.
Will Take Light Workout at
Centra! Fire Station Gymnasium.
-Ml
I Mf footer, ont' nd(-r for the
i lightweight i rown, Iat lv rliseharg-
I from the navy, arri'.ed in South
' Ii-r.d Friday night with his manager.
S otty Montieth. He bclared that
; he was in fin- rendition and ready
! for th- i ; 1 1 1 f'f his career next
'Monday. This afternoon at 2::10 h
luiil take a liuht workout in th
; rynunsinrii of th Central lire sta-!
j lion when- ho will spar three rounds
with on'- of th local boxers, lie will
limber up Sunday afternoon at the
Mini'1 place, hut wiU online his ex-
t ;sis to shadow boxing and skip
ping tii" rope.
Mel has taken part in 200 battles
;trrl h.ts won rixr' rf -r.e'.s dec i.ions
that any other lightweight in the
Käme. He has won .".'. deei sion4.
where the referee had the legal au
thority to Rive one.
Among sonif of tho better known
fed n gallery of .n"0 spectators bv j i;:htw, it:hts n er whom he has f-am-
ei (icr-isions are Johnnv killianr.
Johnny Dundee. Ritchoy Mitchell,
FORREST HILLS. N Y . Aug .
At !h cloji.- of a bi y t,b-'l with
thrilling tenni. th- fourth round of
t h 25th r.atioriil s in ';- firf
championship tournament f.-ur.d
eißht p!aer tili in the battle for
the I'M'. tit 1 So !-rl did Ii--:
t 1 1 that th double quartette mn
tain three past and tiie two pi--nt
American chunpion-v as veil ;i
th famous Australian vternn
racqu"t master, Norman K. Rrook-s.
He was the sole survivor of ihefo'ir
AnzTc who entered the play which
becran h'r' last Tuesdny
The leading star of the Australian
combination, flersld L Patterson,
'.vent !own to defeat 'it the hands of
William M. Johnston. San Fr.in
but not until h" bad elfrtri-
. m 1 1 III!
tne srameness sru oruiiine m in ( i
Tfnnls hrittl which finally
the cl-amplon by a
went to
five Wet
fcore of -?.
Frank." Callahan. Fddie Wallace.
He s-r'd 1 '' months in the navy
and only recently received hi hon
orable discharge. He is si legitimate
lightweight, alwajs weighing within
a pound or two of 1"2, never over
the limit.
Mel has a high opinion of the
prowess of Harney Adair who has
RROrlS IVIAR GAME
AS PIRATES WIM
Johnston-Patters hi Play.
While other matched of the aft
ernoon developed xcell nt am-
id of the tun' court cam", the
,rohnton-ratterson contest was the j
Irernler feature and it is doubtful j
if this historic strip of grass ever .
held a more exciting combat unless (
it, was the famous bittle between
Hrookf and MoLoughlin in the T)4-J
is cup m itches in 111 1. I
Charles S. Carl.md. of Pittsburg.
stnrted Iiis match against r.rocdes
as thouch lie. too. intenle! tn elimi-
nate th;- most famous of all Auv-j
tralian player.. Winniri; the first j
two ets at ami -- ov sieaoy
and consistent tennis, he found tliat
his opponent, despite his 40 odd
. i i
cars or ape. va nor in oe innmin .
i ff his uam" bv th" nttack and f-ll OllCrGClGl and
Mfore Prooke in !h tinal three j
Mt. by scores of R-t. f-2. T-Ti. i
The match was not ar thnluntr .is
the Johnston - Patterson contest,
whih ended with a demonstration
1 v the pallery in which hit and
cushion throwinc. continuous cheer
ing and congratulations rornieq a
conspicuous part rf the celebration.
Mon st;ir Out
The fourth round alc marked
ii.-miiM' of lrliiv;i Kuniairae. the
Japanese falling before William T. llH w,,s 1'onsible for one run and
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SOI PISIISH FAST
TO BEAT INDIANS
Twirler Cicotte of Chicago
Team Wins 26th Consecu
tive Game.
been groincr preat Runs of late, and i
winning most of his bouts via the
K. O. route.
When these boys meet libor day
at Springhrook park, t'mht fans are
bound to net a real thrill. The first
bout will start at 3 o'clock, and all
the bouts will be run off whether it
rains or whether it shines. A
canvas Mx4ü covers the rinp. and
most of the spectators will be housed
In the grandstand. If the seats are
all sohl, the management will sell
standing room at fifty cents a head.
Adair is expected to arrive some
tini Sundav.
CLEVELAND. Aug. 30. Staging
fighth and ninth inninp rallies, Chi
cago took the first same of the se
ries from Cleveland, 3 to '. it being
Cicotte's 26th victory of the season.
Cleveland scored its first run In the
first inning on an intield hit by
Chapman and Speaker's double.
Caldwell scored in the fifth on his
single and Graney's triple. Chicago
tied the count in the eighth Schalk
scored the winning run in the ninth
on his pass, Cicotte's sacrifice and
Leibold's single. Score:
CHICAGO Alt. Ii.
Lelbobl. If :t O
K. Collins. 2b 4 1
Wenver. .11 4
Jncksnn. rf 4 1
Fels h. f a n
(liUidll. lb 4
Klsberer, na 4 u
Schalk, c a t
Cicotte, p - o
Tot ills
CLl-VKLAND-triitiey.
If
CtlltpIUilTl. K Sj
Spanker, rf
Harris, lb
(Jnrilner. :d
Vnnibsjr5is. -1 -
Smith, rf
nWeill. c
CaMwell, p :
Couinbe. p
League Standings cjMmpiMt Walker
Arrives in City
NATIONAL, LEAGUE.
vv'on. Lost.
Clnrtnnatl Rl 34
New York 41
Chlrapo ) ."V)
Hrooklrn .irt
I'lttsburg r4 :7
Uoston 44 "
St. Louis 40 To
I'MiaUelphla 40 71
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Chicago 7. 40 .TJ
Cleveland t; 47 .r4
Detroit rtj 47 .Wi
New York r.' öl .54y
St. Ixiuis oi 51 .o22
Itostnu V. 61 .4C.
WaHbiOKton 43 72 .874
I tiladelphia 30 S2
AMKKICAN ASSOCIATION.
Won. Iost. IV.
St. Paul 72 4. .COO
Indlannpolln c; ,"d .570
Kansa City V .M7
Ijoulsvllle (VI ." .,"11
Columbus (Vi ,l .4ii
Minneapolis rs "ill .4sl
Toledo 47 7J
Milwaukee 4, 7a .302
Tan O'Leary, vorld's champion!
pedestrian arrived in South Bend
Friday night from Lima. o. Mr. i Lu Princeton Makes Fastest
O'Leary was accompanied by John 1
MCarthy and James Donavan both;
of Chicago. These three men are!
members of the Wingfoot walking1
club of the windy city and at present
are in training for their cross coun-
j I'rrtn Watt, b c o;;;;...
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! H.i t" ii Ta ' ' ri- ' . .
Ilesi.ir. Anni !ao.:.v in 1
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Tiri 2 A'T-'t : 2 74: 2 .".
S."ei.Tl efciMt;cij trr;;'. ; .
I.'i Prhs.-ete::. b. 1. . bv
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Hi Traik. .?. :a. llir.i-,'
Tin..- .'.
it.
Mile of Present Season
Time, 2:02.
i .01 'is vii. 1. 1: vin
COH'MIU'S. (!::i. Aur.
rors by Columbus and rat!
pitching helped Louisvt'.l" i
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rrv over the Sn.itors hrr- l'r:
ir; : : l
m.i r.
Aug. "0. Lu I Louisv,
try hike, which will be started the' Princeton madt- 'he fastes-i nulo f
nOSTO.V. Mass.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
National League.
New York, ö: Itrooklyn, 1.
Horton. a-5: rhiladelnliii, 4-4.
rittsburg. ä; St. Louis. .'1.
American League.
Hetroit. Ö: St. Louis, 2
Chicago. .1; Cleveland. 2
Wiishiiigton. 1-1: New York. 4-5.
Philadelphia. 1; Jtoton. 7.
Ainericnn Aforlution.
Louisville. Columbus, .t.
ImlbuiMpolis. 12; ToleP, 0.
THIt EE-EVE RESULTS.
t Hlooniincton Ofx 00 ooi oo. ft
I.vansvlll" Om) CK M 1
Zahnlser nl llenline; YVarmoth iind
Mayer.
Uo-kfnr.l (00 001 000 1
Ter re Haute 000 201 00x-3
Clnrk iiud Wit-row; ;ritnm ami Min
liester. I'eo r i.i 000 ..0O 0) 03
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Miller Both
Pitch Good Ball Score
5 to 3.
PITSBriiO, Aug. ?.(). Pittsburg
defc.ite! St. Louis Friday by a score
of ." to ?. in a loosely plaed game.
Sher.lei and Miller both pitched
well, but errors behind them were
the cause of most of the runs. Sher-
bv srort'S
.f 6-1. 1-fi. !-. 6-:.
m the n:tsil courts. R. Xorris
Williams lb -f fb ston. defeat-d R.
V Thomas, of Australia. 4-fi. f,-4.!n,'xt ,,:ltslnil
7-3 In a match which did not
show him to the sam
hU cont'ts against Kiclianls and
tl'.li:.. r.-ii. M.iiirln.i 1.' AT1- I
l 11 1 1 ".t .1 Iii 4' 1
Loucnlin. of
I.I. Miller's misplay for another.
Cjrey dropp.fl fly ball that let a
runner get to third, followed by
Hifibee's muff of a flv from the
Miller passed two
men hi the first inning and they
WOMEN GOLFERS
REACH FINALS
Former Champion Struggles
to Regain Title of Three
Years Ago.
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advantage as ,,,M 11 '""f" (,n sacruice nits ana
' t- i . . 1 . . o .
Mauris K. Mr.!,. V "
Los Angeles. also n,.i(f iJ( ,,t,.. ,
Alt.
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nioveii forward, b fe.tting Perry k. ;;t. -. .
, ,. , ,, ,, , i t I H'TIlsbv, ss
Kvn.islon. of P.o-kvil!e ( -nter. L. I . j su ,,.nrv if
-?. wifhoi't bei n it extend - i '-iuiis', '
1 to the limit of his tennis powers. ; Smltu
It. Lindley Murray. Niacara Kails'. ; V'MnU- 2b
th- pres. -nt cVi.impion. won from , ,.s ti, u ,.
i'.mrail P P !.-. W ashington. C -2 . ' Sherd 1. p .
in.it rn wnirn was
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with tennis
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callbt-r not indica
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Totals -js
Hum fur !':iimiis in 7th.
rf
phia.
1 tost tin.
score, i I'lTTSHrm;
other winners .f th dav inrludeil . 1 I'''''. If
. . . .,.:, ... ar.-y. . f
who d.-feated X W- Nile. 'hittI. 11
and Wal- , Harhiir.-.
t r Merrill Hail. f New York, 'ho ; -VrrVi ',".'
won from T. It. Pell, New oik, b-1. ! s.-hmidt.
:-7. f. -3.
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Totals ..
St. Louis .
PlitsNurc
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PHILLIES AND BRAVES
DIVIDE MATINEE GAMES
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DETROIT. Aug. ?.0. Mrs. 1". C.
Itt;. Chicago, champion of the
Women's Western Goif association
in IHK and 1 1 7, will strive to re
gain the title Saturd when she
Idays Mrs. perrj Fisk, Dekali). Ill .
in the final of the wettern at the
Detroit (Jolf clulV
sra. Ix tts ana Mrs. Fisfc be. ame
finalists by scoring nr.e-sid(l vic toi
ies today over Miss Dorothy Hitjbie.
Chicago, and Mrs. ilarold Foreman.
Chicago, respectively, in the 18 holes
seini-Mnals. Iloth matches endej en
the 1 .1th green, six and lre, th-
Letts-1 ligbie contest. when Mr.
Letts won the hole wtih a 25 foot
putt and the oth-r when the hole
wis halved in five.
Although the weather was the
best of the Aveck, the playing was
far below the aerage. Eifectho
pultinir by the winners were the
only redeeming features. U was in
these depaitments that both of the
matches were decided, both Mrs.
Foreman nivl Miss Higbie tossing
away holes repeateUly by poor ohort
work.
Tot ills " 2 S
Chicago ooo out) (r.'i
Clevel.in.l 100 010 (H- 2
Two-bafe hits .Tackson. Felscli. Speak
er. Three-base lilt Ornnfy. Sa rifl'-e hit
- Cicntte. Poillde play - Smith aiul
(.Will. Left on bases Clibag'i. s;
'leveliind. O. H.-im'S on tnlls-ff Cicotte.
1; off Caldwell. (. Hits-nfT Caldwell s
In S2-.". timings: off C.uiuibe. 1 in 1 .1 In
ning. Struck out- Hy Ciott. a-, by
Caldwell. . Loning pitcher- Cahluell.
(iAMKS TODAY.
National I-eajrne.
New Yrk at Hrooklyn.
Huston nt I'lilladidphia.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Chicago
American Ieafne.
I'troit at St Louis
Cl)lag at Cleveland,
l'hlln.lelplila nt New York.
Vaslilntgn at IJoton.
latter part of this month
According to Mr. O'Leary. who is
president of the association, these
men will visit the governor of every
state in the union to impress upon
them the advisability of wearing
Wingfoot heels and Neolin soles,
made by the Goodvear rubber com
pany of Akron, O.. with whom Mr.
O'lary is associated.
This morning Mr. O'Leary and his
party will walk to Laporte, Ind.,
where they will attend the county
fair. Mr. 0'Learj- has been sche
duled to make an address on his
walking experiences. He will re
turn to South I3end tonight and
Sunday morning a trip on foot will
be made to Michigan City. Several
members of the local walking club.
which has been organized by Mr.
O'Leary, have signified their Inten
tions of accompanying the veteran
pedestrian to the lake city.
GIANTS BUNCH HITS
AND DEFEAT DODGERS

L'tM iNM ion
OOO 4IH) 01 V ."i
Mill-r! Slier. ld. Higb.e 2.
i Carey. Terry. Tv-base hits Heath-
i i t Schultz. d Ib iirv, Harbare. Threc-
PHIDAIiPLPIIIA. Aug. HO. Phil-j t-as. hit 'utsh iw. sacrifice hits-Stock.
, i'.,v,., .r. i it.,c -i i',,i,v i I. Mi'ler. Sacrifice fli'sllirnsbv. i'lcm-
adeiphia an.l Hos.oa !-nd.i dnid- nns .,Vrrv ,,,,,, vh-Sh.-nlel. .1.
e,l the first -f their two louble Mi,,,.r ,1Iltl m, .Henry and IMlhoe-
b.eaders, the lora'.s winning the first fer; 1. Mil!r and WhltlVd. Left on
-,r,, tiw. it!-... - l m 1 .o 1 ' st Leids. 4: Pittsburg. 0. I'.asts
game in the 1-th inr,.. 1 o ... an.l . iM ,((,N ,,.T Sh,.r,,,.: ... (ifT MiI!f,r
b.ing the second, r, X 4 Calla-j s, ru,.k oMt-Hy Sherdel. 4; by Miller, 4.
ban's j.ingle won th- Iiis! game:
after Paillette's bubb-. Tragesser's
m l ..s . .... . .i . ...
lie num. aioi an iiiumiii'mi.ii 1 im i
t( Pir.cb. Hitter Cravath lud filled
th" 1 .'ist s. !
The first f.-ur lb-?on batt.rs hit N FW YORK. Aug. SO. Xew
iflv against C.i.tw. ll. who made ! m.ulo ., cUan sweep of its
his first lug agu' st.itt in the sec- I game series with Washington,
end L ime. Aft- tint b.- pitched! i.ing another ilouiie heailer
YANKS TAKE FOUR IN
ROW FROM SENATORS
HROOKLYX. Aug. Xew
York bunched seven of its nine hits
off Smith Friday in the seventh in
ning for six runs and won by 6 to 1.
Hrooklyn scored in the fourth when
Myers went home from first on Ko
netchy's Texas league single to cen
ter. Zimmerman was put out of
the game by Fmpire Emslie for
protesting in the seventh Inning.
Score:
t.iirly well, until the dosing inniri.
when he W. ak n.'d Scot t s
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Friday. The scores were 4 to 1 anl
' to 1 tt;iinn ;tiiil Thormahlen both
pitehe.l strons,' gang's for the Yan
i.t Tliorniah.len was efl"ectte
niiMi on bas s in the second i
Shaw was handicapped by!
wibl throws by Foster .
in two Yankee
w:t!i niiMi on
u..ir.e Sli.
la s ipport.
md 1 1 arris h tti.g
i .us in the sexeuth inning. Score:
WASHINGTON Alt. i:. H. A.j
' i;.!gc. 1! ( O 0 S 0 !
Mi: -.ii if o l v
Ki.e. rf 4 1 o 1 it i
V'ii'ki. I I o ii 0 Oi
L.-on-ir!, ';! 4 O 1 1 1 i
I b. rbe. 4 o o . : .
II t rri. 21 '1 o 0 1 1 !
Pi. id. h. c :; o a . i j
1": i k - : i . p .", 0 o o 1 j
NLYV YORK Alt. R. H. n. A.
Mums. ;r o i i o
Yeung. rf 4 1 2 .". 0
riet-her. ss 4 O 1 4 7
.Inimerman. T'.b a o 1 o 3
Haini. ::; ,1 . 0 1, ,
Frls. Ii. 2b 4 1 1 2 a
Knuff. f 2 o 0 .0 o
Klncr. rf lioon
Chase. ;b . . . 4 1 1 11 1
oi)7iiles c "j 1 o ; '2
Nehf. p 4 1 1 0 0
MCarty 1 0 1 o 0
T.'taN :;.-, 7 m
xllatt.d f-r KaiifT in 7fh.
HKOOKI.VN All U. H O. A
t H.n j. . . :; n o 1 c,
.Tolmtn. 2b 4 o 1 4
Grlffitli. rf .1 p 1 1 ö
Hli kinan. rf 1' o ti 0 0
.. lie.int, If 4 o 0 0
Myers, if 4 1 1 2 0
Konct' hy. lb 4 o i 7 l
Kiblilff. '.'lh .. 4 0 o 0 2
Miller. :i n 1 ; o
Smith, p 2 oooi
TotaN 32 1 27 12
New Yrk Ot 000 o t
Hr"kl 11 ttt 100 0t0 1
JONES' CIRCUIT DRIVE
WINS GAME FOR TIGERS
ST. LOUIS. Aug. SO. .Tones hit
into right field in the bleachers
with twro runners on base in the
fourth gave Detroit a f to 2 victory
over St. Louis Friday and tied the
visitors with Cleveland for second
place. It was .Tones' first circuit
drive since joining the Tigers, and
the third successive time St. Iouis
has been beaten by a home run. 16
of which have been made here in
the last 12 games. Shocker allowed
only five hits, hut four of these
came in the fourth, when Detroit
made five runs. Score:
DFTItOIT
Hush. HS
Young, 2b ...
Cobb, cf
Veach. If
Hellinann. lb
Shorten, rf ..
.font's, .lb
Alnsndth. c ..
Dnusn, I
10 HEATS NECESSARY TO
DECIDE LAPORTE RACES
Totals
ST. LOITS
Austin. ai
ieIeon. 2b
Jacobson, cf ...
SUler. lb
Tobln. If
Smith, rf
Ileminitt. rf ..
(ierber. ss ....
xProtikle
Sverehl. e ....
Shocker, p
Kooh. H
xxCollins
Totals
ntmit
St. Loills tot) 000 010-2
Two-base hit Tobln. Yeneh. Home
rnn Jones. Sacrifice hits Cedeon. Aln
ümlth. Double plays lene. Young and
Ileilmann. Left n bane Detroit. 4: St.
LouN 7. Hase on balls Off Paus. 4:
off Shocker. 2: eff Kooh. 1. Hits Off
Shocker, ö In s Innings. Struck out- P.r
Dauss. .1: by Shocker, 7. Losing pitcher
Sliecker.
AIL P. IL O. A.
. . 4 o o 2
.. 3 0 0 2 4
..4 1 0 I 0
..4 1 2 a O
..4 1 1 12 0
. . .1 1 1 4 0
. . 4 1 1.0 r.
..2 O O 3 1
..4 0 0 0 2
..32 Ö 27 12
Alt. U. II. O. A.
..a i 1 a 2
..2 4 O 4 O
.. .1 0 0 2 0
..4 O 1 7 O
..4 0 n 1 0
.. .1 0 1 1 0
.. 1 o 0 o o
. . 2 O O 2 2
. . 1 0 0 0 0
..4 0 .4 7 0
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..0 0 0 0 1
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LA PORTE, Ind., Aug. 30. It took
10 heats to decide the two races on
the final day of the county fair here
Friday. Patricia Mack won the last
three heats of the 2:24 pace, while
Hattie ". Todd won a five heat duel
from Guy Walker.
Kesults of the 2:24 pace are as
follows: Patricia Mack, first; Meek
Todd, second; Sadie May. third; La
Belle Patch, fourth. The time was
2:19.
The 2:24 trot was won hy Hattie
. Todd, with Cuy Walker and Eli
zabeth D. second and third respec
tively. The time was 2:17
WHAT A DODUYH HILL Wll-D DO.
Sunday. August 31. at 2 P. M.
SI O.NK DOLLAR $
I mn Then
small weekly or monthly payments
will make you the owner of one of
our beautiful lots in KICIILAXD.
any size, at such reasonablo prices
that they will grow in value very
soon.
RICHLAND is inside the city
limits.
FKKI-2 AUTOS at 2 P. M.. Sunday,
Aug. 21 will leave from the corner
of Chapin and Division sts.. Eagle
point. (end of Chapin st. car Jine)
Witucki's hall (end of Sample st. car
line).
Como if you buy or not. If you
wish to buy, bring your dollar.
Come rain or shine. Our houses
on property will protect you.
The Schellinger Home Building Co.
201-202 J. M. S. nidg.
South Rend, Ind.
Phono Main 1426.
Adv.
the reason, quailing his record of
2:02 in winning un exhibition troi
frcsn Manel Trask. aLso from the
v-ux siame. at the rana circu
raes at the Rcadville track to
.Mignol 1 won hi.-, s j-coml race of (
this meeting and hi:- ninth eonsd i:-
the victory this ar vnet, he ea: - I
turM the President stake. Cox took
Mißnolx Into the K;ul at the vor.i '
in each htat rnc hdd command f-r j
the ent.re mile. i
T)ie times were 2.01.. , 2:05 '
and 2:07 I
The two year old trottm-i division'
of the American Horse Rrteder!
Futurity wont to Dudctt. the prop-I
erty of Krank U. Jones of .Iemphi-. j
Tdin. In both heals the liliy wo.11
by a close margin from he Kreat
Mi-s Morris in 2:11 -j and 2:10U re I
spectiely. j
Prince lVpvr Wilis. j
1'rinco I'epper, owned hy 1. II I
Hurnham ff Xoa Yori;. took the I
brst heat of the 2:17 pace in 2 :12
and 2:09,i. In the final heat Mi,;--jhy
wetit to the front with 1 IirTord
Direct in 2:0Sr4.
Murphy pilotel loctor N:ck. own
1 bv A. H. Cosdon of .outhold, N
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stew tr;
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MINNEAPOLIS. M'.r.r. A .
1'iinin pt essin-:; a::.l n u
two afternoon new .--paj et s- -!;
neapolis Jiniina! :ir. l :h- M:
lis Tribune, went .v e' r
o'clock p. id , P: ill 1'. . - 11! . :
afternoon " ran" and s'"p; :
.it news sfifbis P:;i::-h.
pressno-n bad raof. l a
for a new wage sale ar.! :
struck in sympathy.
The Minneapolis D.iii
whose contract with the ;,r
union r"iui:s s'lbrni-'sion ." ill
such disputes to a b..: d of at !;!:. 1
tion. was not atf ';, , ..,- the na!k-OUT.
Y, ta victor- m the 2:24 trot, aid!
to a record of 2:07 n in r ich of j QARR ANZA ASKS AGENT
fust two heats. McDonald took the :
last heat with Karon Ce-tantle. o, i TO DENY ALL CHARGES
fc'OTlo- Summary:
America n Hörne Hr-ed r Futurity. ho' MHNH'O CITY. Aug. '. Ygnazo
." .ii urn in I uu . purse -st.ooo .
Diidetfe. b. r. f.. bv Lfawah tiiecrst 1 1
The lireat Mis? .brris. c h. f.
YVLitei 2 2
Daystar, b. r. , .t i(,i 3 3
Lady Mozart, b. f. t Tall man 4 4
Tim 2:lli; 2:10i;.
Th President. 2 :o; lr.ss trotting;
.urse W.0O0:
Micnola. c. h. h., bv Allerton
K'o.ti 1
Don d Lojez, Idk. g. 1 (Jeers .."
Kehn Direct, b r. b L. Ilruslei . . .2
(sejir Yatts. b. g. lllvde, ::
Leonard C . I r. h. SlcDottald 1 . . . 4
Time ' ;0i., : l:0ü:; 2:07'-.
2:17 class padng; purse ?l.oo0:
Prine Pepper, blk.- p.. by Prince
Ingomar 1 Hyde 1 1
Cliflonl Direct, blk. h. (Murphy) .1
Anoakia. blk. ni. ( Proctor 1
Flashing, blk. g. (Tallmanl 2
Prince Lvup. blk. h. (Coaklev).. .4
Time 2:12 -4 : 2 :(!M,.; ; ".lOs'.
2:24 class trotting; purse $1.000:
Doctor Nick. blk. h., bv Doctor 1
1 en 1 Murphy t . . . .
Paron Cegantle, b. h. (M -Donald 1
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received from special corres:...-:..:-it
in the Foiled States. Sen;,,,- It ,1. :
las is also ins'rKtd to ::i a.l
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oncerring the bief f.-o.ur-.
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RED SOX SPLIT SERIES
WITH PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON, Aug. ..0. roston even
ed the series with Philadelphia
Friday by winning. 7 to 1. the isit
ors giving Kinney poor support.
Ruth fanned twice Vitt's play was
brilliant. Score:
PHILADELPHIA AH.
Harms, lb 4
Witt, rf
Walker. If 4
Uii rui. rf 4
Dugan. ss 4
Thomas, "b 4
Turner. 21 a
IVrkins. c 4
Kinuey, p 4
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ItOSTON AH.
Hooper, rf '
Vitt, r.b :i
Ib'th. cf 4
Kuth. r
Mclnnis. lb a
Walters, c
Shannon, 2b -
Scott, ss e
Hinsoll, p 4
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INDIANS WIN.
TOLEDO. Ohio. Aug. GO Indi
anapolis pounded Hrady for sixteen
hits Friday which coupled with six
Toledo errors netted twelve runs.
Civet shut out the locals although
he gave ten hits. Carrington Sweeny,
f"rst baseman for the Rail-Lights, a
local semi-professional club, played
first for Indianapolis today owing
31. at 7:25 a m . returning Monday, j to tno illness of Covington and col
Sept. I. at 7:44 p. m. Everybody go! j ected four hits out of four times at
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RKDS WIN KXIIIHITIOX C.AMI!.
HARRISRFRG. Pa.. Aug. 30. In
an exhibition game here Friday the
Cincinnati National league team de
feated the Klein Chocolate com
pany's nine of Elizabethtow n, four
three.
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