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WHITE SOX RALLY IN NINTH
Cubi Loie First of Series by Four
VICTORS OVERCOME EARLY LEAD
llairietn Oathlt Natloaal Mora
! Than Two to Owe Brow
Allawa Twelve II Its aad
Wilik Bat rira.
I CHICAGO, Oct 12. Scoring thraa run
In a brilliant ninth-Inning rally, tha Chi
cago American leagu club defeated the
Chicago Rationale In tha Initial rani of
th lty championship aerlea today, 4 to S.
Holding a lead of two run at tha start
of th ninth Inning, th Nationals seem
ingly had tha rain won, until singles
bf BoOlo, Callahan and Zelder evened the
toore. Then Krelti, a reorult catcher, who
replaced Sullivan behind tha bat, llnec
ft single deep Into left field and Zelder
raced home with tha winning tally.
Tha firet American ecor came in the
Ighth Inning. With Zelder and Dough,
any, who batted for Bulllvan, out of th
way, Walih tripled to center and tallied
a moment later when MoConnell drove a
clean Untie over oond baa. Lord then
retired th aid with a pop fly to Evsra.
Cab loo re la Foarta.
Tha National atarted to ecor In th
fourth, when Ever started th inning off
j with ft double down tha right foul line.
Bhaekard sacrificed, sending Ever to
I third, and Tinker singled to center, scor
ing th National's second baseman. In
th sUth tha National leaguers scored two
mora runs. With Brown and Sver out
n Infield grounders, Bhaekard singled
and Tinker was passed. Bchulta hit
safely deep Into short, and Tannhlll, In
an effort to oatoh Bhaekard at third,
threw wildly, allowing Bheokard and
Tinker to score. Walsh then struck
Poyle out, ending th inning.
Th American euthlt th Nationals
. mora than two to one, getting twelve hits
'off Drown, while Walsh held hi oppo-
' nanta to fir. Four of th Amorioan
leaguers', hits cam In th ninth inning.
Tomorrow th teams ere scheduled to
play the second gam of th series at the
National ltgu park.
Cam by Innings.
First Inning-Cubs: Th Cubs went out
tn order, Tannehlll to Zelder. No runs.
Whit Box- In th Whit Box half after
McConnU and Lord had lnsled, McCon
rail was caught stealing and Lord and
Wclntyr were out on a double play. No
rune; two hits.
Beoond Inning Cubs: Schult struck
out; Doyls grounded out and Baler flew
to Mclniyre. No runs; no hits.
White Box: Ikidl and CalVohan
grounded out and Tannehlll filed to Cen
ter. No runs; no hit.
Third Inning Cubs: Walsh struck out,
Hofman; Archer and Drown want out on
Infield balls. No runs; no hits.
White Bux: Zelder s-ugled. but Bulllvan
and McCoauell grounded out and Walsh
(acaed. No runs; ons hit.
Cab goo re la Fourth.
Fourth liming Cubs: Ths Cubs scored
the tiret run of the game In the fourth,
wnon Kvers doubled to left fend scored
ca linker's single to center, 'linker was
caught stealing and Bchutte singled, but
vt out on o fielder's choice, one i run;
wiilu tox Lord fouled out, Mclntyr
grounded to Kvers, Uodie struck out. No
runs! no hits.
riii-.t limine-Cubs: In the Cubs fifth
Peter grounded out and Hoffman was
Atener nil into au inueia imy
rvl i4mn waa out at second for i
. trniK Willi ths player s chance to
It'fMtr I flrt. Archer was alio called
mui h account of the hum forencu.
tt stt eaevince. No runs, No
tMlti P5! Callahan. Tannehlll 'and
faus r'nl eUt en la:,d groonder. No
sum, Jxv nits.
B"ilK Jrtiting Cl: wllh two men
filH-n lite Cubs acorrd two more tune
Vr n Hliet-hara Singled n l Tinker wai
Vitike4 and Pcliuile alniilei to left, tfheck
r(l rilU linker erorliij on TannehlU's
Va tiii SW to Lord. le thu turned
i KN nn, IS hits.
"Iill" Hnf. wii.i ore, a faxt double
filkt'i WVer t HaT. cut or: the W hite
rdeue of f.-.in alter Walsh and
a,ui No runs. Two
C!ni ;:;t a SeTeath,
Bs'anili Xplilna Cuia: Baler s;rurk out
HHman IUU to Mrlntire, Arohor
Vrojhol oul, walah to Xtdei'. No runs
H03! Mclntyr sinsleJ, nodle
f.n..j Mid Callahan and Tannehlll
,. t itirield plays. No raua No hita.
Klgbth Inning Cubs: Brown grounded
ouu Callahan was under Kvera' fly.
bhaekard grounded to Zelder. ho runa.
White Box: With two men out Wajh
hit tor three baie and scored wbeu l.c
Connell drove a alngle to cbiiIoi. Lurd
flew to Kvers, eudiug the inning, out
run. Two hits.
Ninth Inning Cube: Tinker filed to
Callahan, Bohulte grounded to &ctder
and Doyle fouled out to Kreltm. who la
cairhlng in place of Muillvan, lu the
iirhih tnnma. No runa. No hi is.
White tiua. Blnglee by odte, Callahan
and Zlder tn the ninth inning uruutcnt in
two runs and tied the acure, wln.t Kreits
alngled to center, scoring Zelder with the
wlnninx tally. Chance and his p. a l en
Droleaicd when Caiiahan slid under
Atchrr and acorlng. kuocklng tha ball
out of Archer's hand and he was or-
cered oft the Held by U.lplra O'Lougb
lin. Three runa. Four hits, boors:
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Hatted for Hulllvan In eighth,
llofman out for Interference,
Une out when winning run scored.
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Two-biM Ml: Kvers. Three-baaa hit:
Walsh. Hnrrlflre hits: Bulllvan, flheck-
arrt. Ootible- plav: Baler to Tinker to
Haler, Kvefs te Tlnknr. Ieft on bases:
Cut. 1: Box, 4. llnse on balls: Off tValnh.
I Htruck out: Hy Walsh, 4; by Urown,
4. Time: f:WI. Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Cornell Ready for
Game With Penn
MOUNT VERNON, la., Oct 13.-(Spe-
clal.) Th opening game of ths season at
Cornell Is the I'enn-Cornell gam Satur
day, October 14. Coach Finger ha left
tha squad undivided until thla week,
Tuesday afternoon the varsity and th
5crubs were picked. With th Cornell
enn gam this week and th Cornell-
Iowa gam next week th team la round
Ink Into axcellont shape.
Tha line is heavy, averaging over 165
pounds. With two men for each posi
tion It should hold Its own against any
backfleld In th state. Captain Whltsell
will b at hi old position at left guard
and la showing up better than aver thla
year. Manley la working hard for the
other guard. Keeler and Wast two vet
erans, are battling for the center posi
tion. Busenbark, Denlo, Carhart and
Archer will constitute the taokles.
Rettsell, tha only veteran end. Is lining
up at the left extremity. Estol West, a
star on last year's freshman squad; Fus
rail and Cramer are competing for the
right end position. Th big problem in
th Cornell team ia th backfleld. Cop.
pess, Kramm, West, Balrd, Sage, Qrun
well, Elmo Lett and W. Lott are all
bidding strong for backfleld job. All of
them probably will be shifted about for
tha first game or two. Coppeas will not
be eligible for either th Iowa or Ame
games. Coach Finger has been working
Kramm, last year' all-Iowa half at full
back, and he la showing tip In great
form. "Pony" West, last year'a stellar
quartorbaok, la dopsd out to fill his
old position. "Dad" Craft will be an
fflolent sub at running th team. With
flv team out vry afternoon this
week th acrlmmaga have been the beat
of th season. Th varsity scored thr
touchdown against th scrubs this after
Miss Curtis Defeats
SHORT HILLS, N. J., Oct. ll-MIss
Margaret Curtis of Boston defeated Hiss
Dorothy Campbell, th American-British
and Canadian champion four up three to
play today in th semi-final round of
the women's national golf championship.
Miss Lillian B. Hyde of Bayshor beat
Miss Elenor W. Allan of Boston, six up
flv to play and wilt meet Mir Curtis
for the trophy.
Persistent AdverUslng I th Road ti
s vl v. r
for the World's
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BEAYER CITY MAKES MARK
Defeats Hendley, Thirteen to Noth
ing, in Fast Game.
JEWETT BREAKS COLLARBONE
Ayer of Headley Wrrnrhr, Neck
aad Leaves Hacap Forward
I'as Wine Over Lin
BEAVER CITY, Neb., Oct. 13.-(8pe-
clal Telegram.) Outweighed twenty-flv
pound to tha man, tha Beaver City High
schqol foot ball team beat the Hendley
foot ball team, IS to 0, here today. Beaver
City scored S points In the first quarter
by a goal kick by Blckford. In the last
quarter they mode two touchdowns, Hes
ter and Arnnberger carrying the- ball
over. Blckeford mlnsed goal. Hendley at
no tlma was within scoring distance.
Jewett of Beaver City broke his collar
bone In the second quarter and retired
from the game. Ayers of Hendley re
ceived a wrenched neck ond was put out
Beaver City worked the forward pons
to a good advantage and also made large
gains on end runs. Hendley used line
buck almost exclusively, Referee: Mc
Murran,' Field judge: Leach. Linesman:
Hobson. Tim of quarters: : 12.30.
Gotch to Appear
on BigMat Card
Arrangements for the most pretentious
and Important wrestling card ever
offered to Omaha mat fan have just
been completed by Manager J. N. Olllan
of tha Auditorium. The star performer
will be Frank Ootch, champion of th
world, who will appear on Saturday even
ing, October a.
Ootch will put on an exhibition with
Jess Westergaard, also an Iowan, and a
wrestler of nation-wide repute.
Yousif Mahmout, the Turk, and George
Weber, a modern Sandow, have also been
engaged for a match, as has also BUI
Ilokuf, champion of Nabraska and Far
mer Kersenbroch, th German Hercules.
Manager Olllan announces that th seat
sale will start on October 18,
SOUTH OMAHA LADS TO
PLAY WITH ASHLAND
With a large crowd of rooting fellow
olasamen along to help them win the
gam th South Omaha High school foot
ball team will go to Ashland Saturday
afternoon with the Intention of trampling
all over that high school eleven. They
look upon this gam as one of the easiest
of the season In spite of the fact that
th Ashland squad, has showed up well
so far this year.
The local boy have put In some hard
hours during th week at practice under
th strict supervision of Coach le.
Ward, who was badly hurt In last Sat
urday's gam, will play at end.
Besides ths regular team Coach Ise will
taka along five extra players to try out
tn ths gauie. Harold Chambers, man
ager of th team, and Prof. Johnson, who
la an all-round booster for athletics in
the school, will go along.
Creighton Boys in
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CBJClOllTON UNIVtKSITT THAT PI-AYS
THE DEEf OMAHA, nil DAY, OCTOUHK 13, 1911.
Series at That
Players Start for
Coach McCoy and a squad of sixteen
Bellevue players left for Tarkio, Mo.,
at 6:30 Friday evening, where they will
meet the Tarkio college eleven on the
gridiron on Saturday. Th men selected
for th trip are Paulsen, captain; Dow
den and Halderman, ends; Bonderson, O.
Webb and II. Jonea, tackles; R. Jones
and W. Webb, guards; Kamanskl, cen
ter; Ohman and Moose, quarterbacks;
P. Ohman, guard; Clabaugh and Stookey,
halfbacks, and Fowler, fullback. The
lino haa been weakened greatly by the
absence from practice of Curtis, th big
tackle, whoa hip was Injured In th
Mornlngsld gam so seriously that he
will not be able to make the trip. Fowler,
whose punting haa been the mainstay
of the Bellevue defense, haa a wrenched
leg and although he will start the game
at Tarkio at fullback his kicking will be
weak. Otherwise the team Is In good
shape, having been through long scrim
mage every night during the week and
added several new plays and shifts to
Its offense. Only once In the last flv
year has Tarkio been scored upon on
Its horn field; th exception being Its
defeat at th hands of Bellevue in 1907.
Coach McCoy expects his men to win,
notwithstanding Tarklo's superior weight
and th fact that it haa refused to
Bellevue the privilege of choosing a
single official for the contest
TARKIO, Mo., Oct. 13. (Special.) Tar
kio college opens the 1911 foot ball season
on th local gridiron Saturday, when It
lines up against Bellevue colleg from
Omaha. In Tarklo's lineup there will be
six old men and five new ones. Among
the promising new men are Montgomery,
Olffen, Luckhardt Arnott, Little, Hen
derson, Moorhead, Osterstrom and
Thompson. This year's schedule Is to
be a very heavy one and a hard task
I ahead of the team and Coach Elder if
a majority of the games are to be won.
LINEUP OF IOWA TEAM
FOR GAME THIS AFTERNOON
IOWA CITY, la., Oct 13.-(Speclal)
Coach Hawley tonight announced the
line-up which will meet Mornlngslde to
morrow In the opening game of the sea
ion for th Hawkeyes. The team will
start th gam In thla way: Right end,
Alexander; right tackle, O'Brien; right
guard, Trlckey; center. Repass; left
guard, Hanson; left tackle. Bowman;
left end, Buckley; quarter. Curry, right
half, Banton; left half, Bowen; fullback,
Th chief surprise In the line-up given
out Is th placing of Repass at center.
Ney and Clemmons hava been fighting
for the place, with Ney being used most
of the time. Repass played guard last
year, and Is, one of the largest men on
th squad. He Injured his shoulder at
the beginning of the season and was out
of the game for two weeks. When he re
appeared he was placed at guard on the
second team and at once began to tear
up the varsity line. His work made it
apparent that he could not be kept off
the varalty and tonight In practice Haw
ley solved the problem by placing him at
the Game Today
SOUTU DAKOTA A TAN it TON TlUd
center, sending Ney to the second team.
Repass has never played center, but he
showed considerable Improvement In his
work before the end of the practice and
will almost certainly start the game
there tomorrow. Although his passing
may not be good, the Mornlngslde team
is not greatly feared and the coaches look
upon the game as a good opportunity for
trying him out. His weight will add
materially Xo the strength of the center
of the line, which has been repeatedly
torn up by Clancy, the freshman captain
and center, during the last week's scrim
mages. Omaha Teams Feel
the School of Mines
At Crelghton university and at the
University of Omaha there is a feeling
that they have been double-crossed by
the South Dakota School of Mines. The
Dakotans two weeks ago wrote to each
of the Omaha schools and asked them
to play in Rapid City on October 21. and
stated their terms. Both teams accepted
and mada no further attempt to sched
ule games for that date. Since that time
the management of neither organisation
heard from Rapid City until yesterday,
when tWey received letters stating that It
will be Impossible to play this season.
OMAHA UNI PLAYS .THE
DEAF LADS SATURDAY
The University of Omaha eleven will
open . Its season Saturday afternoon at
Twenty-fourth and Evans streets when
it clashes with th Deaf Institute team.
Both teams have been practicing hard
for the last two weeks and a close game
ia expected. 'This will be the first foot
ball game ever played by the University
of Omaha and Captain "Andy" Dow Is
confident that they will ' make a good
showing against the deaf lads.
Following is the lineup of the two
Krsnnn. Harden C.
J. Balby UT.
RmI UK. I
C Zabal. Macek
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GRADE SCHOOL LADS
IN TRACK ATHLETICS
The grade schools are having try-outs
for the line up of the big athletic eon
test to be held at a later date during the
chool year. Thursday th boy of the
Windsor and Beal schools held the pre
liminaries. The event was th broad
jump, boys covering seven feet and three
Inchea qualifying for the first; those cov
ering six feet and six inches qualifying
for the second., and thoe covering five
feet nine Inches qualifying for placea In
the third class.
In the Windsor school there wer three
entrants for first and all passed. For
second there were "eleven entrants and
seven passed. For third, sixty-six tried
and twenty-eight failed.
In the Reals school three boy tried
for first place, but only one made good.
Eight tried for second and flv covered
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the required distance. For third there
were thirty-seven entrants, twenty-five
OMAHA AND YORK SATURDAY
One of Season's Best High School
Games is Expected.
HARD SCRIMMAGES FOR LOCALS
FacaMy Women Will Bet New Preco
dent by WatcbLng Straggle la
Body Mass Meeting
On of the best games of the local grid
Iron season will be played Saturday after
noon at Rourke park, when the Omaha
High school clashes with the fast eleven
from York High school in their annual
The Omaha lads have been practicing
hard all week under the tutelage of Coach
"Ebbie" Burnett and "Tate" Matters,
former Cornhusker and later Harvard
star. Hard scrimmage has been . held
every afternoon thla week on the Crelgh
ton field, and this afternoon the first
squad will be put through a stiff line of
signal practice at Rourke park.
Several new play have been worked
out In practice this week and the lads
have had to work their hardest all the
time In order to master them. Coach
Burnett expects a hard game.
Frank Golden, right tackle, and mem
ber of th All-Nebraska high school
eleven last year, will not be In the lineup,
his place being filled by "Ole" Carlson,
who has been shifted from sub-fullback.
With this exception, the lineup will be
practically the same as that used In the
Faculty to See Came.
An Indoor mass meeting of the junior
and senior classes was held in the as
sembly room at the school Thursday
noon to arouse Interest and enthusiasm
for the York game. Principal McHugh
announced that several of the feminine
members of the faculty have planned to
attend the game in a body, a thing un
precedented In the history of the school.
A Crelghton play at Yankton, S. D
Saturday, the Omaha-York game should
prove a good local drawing card. The
game will begin promptly at 2:45. Fol
lowing Is the lineup of the two teams:
Oldaon, Millard. ...RE
t'arlaoa. Llnd.ll ..R.T
Hataraoa, Ballroan UO.
Crockar. Rmltll L. K
Belbir. Da Lamatre. .-Q.
buvman (il R.H.
A. Campball, Myra
. Medlar 1C, May
iteierte: Oean ttiiir oi couth Oman
or Cedrlc Potter of Omaha. Umpire: Mc
Farland of York. Field judge: Callahan
of Lake Forest. Head linesman: Mont
gomery of Wisconsin.
Ida Grove Has Fast
and Heavy Team
IDA GROVE. Ia.. Oct. 13. (Special.)
The Orove foot ball team Is going at
top speed now and is expected to be in
the pink of condition for the contest at
Lincoln, Neb., with Lincoln High on Sat
urday of next week. Don Johnston, the
plunging fullback of the 1909 team, who
was out of school last year, but returned
to high school this fall, has been ruled
eligible by the slat board and Is now
working with tha squad, making the back
field. Marsh, Harrlgan. Scott and John
ston, one of the heaviest and fastest
Ida Grove has had In recent year. The
team averages 102 pounds and has a
veteran backfleld with a green Une. The
line la showing class, however, and the
team Is developing class A form. Two
games will be played here Saturday, one
between the Ida Grove seconds and the
Maple'.on High, as a curtain raiser for
Ida Grove and Sac City High.
Twenty-four enthusiastic foot ball bugs
r.l Ida Orove have chartered a special
i ullman car and will leave here the night
of November IT to go to Iowa City for
the purpose of attending the classic of
Iowa foot ball, the lowa-Amcs game
Saturday, November IS- Captain Murphy
and Quarterback Curry of Iowa are both
old Ida Orove High school stars, and
the men who will go down to see them
play are th enthusiasts who put Ida
Grove on the foot ball map ten years ago
and ke.it It there.
CALVIN DEMAREST AND
JAKE SCHAEFER, JR HERE
Calvin Denjarest. the former champion
of the world, and Jake bchaeter, jr., the
world's greatest young btlllardlat, ar
rived In Omaha Friday to give an ex
Both bemarest and Schaefer ar known
the wcrld over, Demarest having just re
lurr.il from a trip that took him Into
every country In Europe, where he met
end defeated every player he met. Schae
fer, while still In his teens, is now known
all over Europe and this country. The
boys will play at the new Ak-Sar-Bea
billiard parlors Saturday night at Six
teenth and Howard streets. The gam
start at 6 o'clock.
Horaaakea Tkrewlag Coatoat.
DEN1SON. Ia.. Oct IA (Special.) The
fourtn annual horse shoe throwing con teat
Instituted by Dr. Phllbrook of this city,
took Place bere today. Men can enter from
anywhere, and thus th interest la widen
ing each year. There were twenty-flv
contestants. After four bour of pitch
ing the succesaful men were as follows:
W. H. Com of Delolt. this county, firat:
ii. v. Blddle and J. Bryant of Nevada.
avcond and third: J no. Mallet of Vail
fourth, Tu first priia was a gold medal
COX'S COLT AGAIN WINNER
Peter Thompson Takes Last Twt
Heats of Stallion Stoke.
WALNUT HALL CUP TO R. T. C.
Plow Horse Captures Clasale Con
test la Straight Heat Exhibi
tion of World's Chnmploas
LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 13,-Peter
Thompson, A. B. Cox's futurltv winner.
Thursday won the champion stallion stake.
the feature of the Kentucky Trotting
Horse Breeders' association meeting.
After losing the first heat to Atlantic
Express, he was sent along at a lively
pace by Serrlll and took the next two
heats. Malnleaf, James R. Magowan't
futurity candidate, took third money.
The Walnut Hall cup. worth $3,025, went
to R. T. C, the "plow horse," In straight
The 2:07 pace, of which two heats were
raced Saturday, was won by Sarah Ann
Patch, which took both heats today.
Reuben Whitesock was the victor In the
2:06 trot, after losing the first two heats
to Country Tramp.
The 2:14 pace was won by Edward St.
Yves, which won the last three heats, '
and his driver, Shackleton, was fined 200
for laying up In the first.
The 2:12 trot, amateur drivers, wag
taken In straight heats by Dolly S. under
good driving by R. M. Flick.
The 2:10 pace and the pacing division
of the champion Btallion stake, went over
until tomorrow, when the program will
start at 10 o'clock.
One feature of the afternoon was an
exhibition of the world's champion trot
ters, including Lou Dillon, l:68y. and
foal by Blngen; Nancy Hanks, " 2;i4;
Willy, 2.0GVj; Colorado E., 2:09; Native
Belle. 2:07; Miss Stokes. 2:0S Justice
Brooke, 2:09Vi. and Frank. Perry, the
champion yearling trotter. Summary:
Trotting, 2:12 class, amateur drivers,
purse 11,000, three in five:
Dolly S.. b. m.. by Starpiex. (R. M.
Ellck) 1 1
Lady Willow, b. m. (F. G. Jones)., 2 2
Eva Tanguay. br. m. (H. K. Deve-
reaux) S S
Hiram B., bl. g. (J. B. Jones) 4 4
Sue D., br. m. (A. H. Jewell) 6,6
Hannah Louise, b. m. (Robert
Lady McKlnney, b. m. (T. J.
Weathers) 7 7
Time. 2:11. 2:10H, 2:11.
Pacing, 2:07 class, purse $1,000;
Sarah Ann Patch, b. m., by Joe
Patchen (Cox) 6 1 1
George Penn, b. g. (HtKgtnx).... 2 3 3
My Shady Belle, b. m. (Snow).... 2 8
Twinkling Dan, br. h. (Murphy) 1 2
Ontlme, b. g. (Valentine) 4 6
Patrick Pointer, b. h. (Crist) 4 4
Rollins, b. g. (Loomls)
Gold Seal, ch. tn. (Kerr) 8 9
Shaughran, b. h. (Keys) 7 7
Time, 2:11, 2:06, 2 07. 210.
Pacing, 2:14 class, purse $600. three In
Edward St. Yves, br. h. by Wild
wood (Shackleton) 2 1
John L., b. g., by The Oarsman
(Estes) 1 (
Willie Peny. b. h. (McLaughlin). 7 4
IUcllle Brooks, b. ni. (Curtis)... 2 7
Sir Knight, b. g. (Jones) 3
Howtell, b. m. (Sweeney) 4 4
Fred Patrhen, b. g. (Jamison).. S 2
Time, 1:11. 1:10. Z.11'4, 2:11.
Trotting, 2:18 class, purse $1,000, three
Reuben Whitesock. ch. h.. by
C. H. Purcell (Nuckolls) 6
Country Tramp, ch. g., by
Plutocrat (Horlne) 1
George J., b. g. (Shackleton). 4
Del ma E., b. m. (Loomls) 2
Frances W.. b. m. (Gahagan). 2
Dr. Athol, gr. g. (Jamlnon).... 6
Moko Dillard. b. h. (Lewis).. 8
Dan Matthews, b. g. (Amen).. 7
Time, 3:15. 2 13H. 2'14. 2:1. 2:1S.
Champion stallion stake No. 2, for 8-year-old
trotters, value $7,651.28, two In
Peter Thompson, b. g., by Peter
The Great (8errlll) Ill
Atlantic Express, bl. c. by Bellin
Malnleaf. bl. c. (Curtis) 2 8 8
Jack Swift, b. c. (Geers) 4 4 de
Marjraret Pnnh, l. f. (Andrews). 6 S dr
Leftle Hall, b. f. (RcofVld) dl
Time, 2:00. 2:08. 2:11.
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who would never think
of Av-eanng a suit that
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weren't creased. They're tho
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weather a Rain Coat when it
rains and a splendid appearing
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protection against the wind, so
light it doesn't drag the shoul
ders. Excellent when one wears
evening dress. Priced right.
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