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3 THE DETROIT FREE PRESS: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1901. 7uPEM0R WORK BY THE TIGERS ., , VICTORY OVER BAV 0,v:: ; ..' GAME. ,v, AROUND OF I'lCST INNING. -.!. WAS A'iAIN ES-Ki!:l.l) BY 1VLICE. ).;ul' fiMES. ilultimore. .,, Philadelphia, nt nsliiiislo". "lUHvnuUoe nt Boston. Br" " iiii kecord wvn. I-'-" 'in ' M 42 Per ct. Waldron, c. f .f,lf) Farrell. 2b ..i3' Pungan, r. f .53 Clarke, c .o;!0 CJrady, lb .50: Foster. 1. f .4ii7 Cotnrhlin, Sb .r:6 Cllnsinan, s. s .313 Patten, p Mercer .-(Spe- JTotals ist 10. ,,t even with the a.-i.Ud a close and i,y superior all-i,t. Casey's men of pood baseball, and their vie-Howeil started :,:nire and proved ... Timers, who fell a single and ,-- urst innlns. Mr iraw hurt his in the first in- ' rro the game. This . , in I he make-up j ,.!! went to short .ir., a!i.i MvUinnity was . ., '"he "iron man" block to Detroit ,:i"r ..-:t in every in-. ' 0.'.-uth when clever ''I .,m "work at the bat, , two runs. Siever was .' '''crr.it and proved to form He held the Wen seatterd hits. up bv brilliant ;-ih,.rr,--M and Glea-.'.tUnjf jramo and simply ".."Jin-a runs in the first V lei' off with a bounder i-!. i lines Hew to Brodle. ..i'rtown the right foul - ct a bise on balls, e to risht cleared :; ;:.e-3 flew to Brodie and . . -r Timers scored two J-.Y'.ri.ni i'isey bunted : . .V'l'rTi tilenson followed bunt. Elberfeld ' Nance was out "iia'-'t. s-orirff Holmes. CnVflM made a poor ... , y s.-ored. Dillon was .-.-..-.-..i one run in the first v 'ngi'"d and in tnrn-. V -u his knee. Donlln forced Dnnlin at : tv. seored on Williams' " Pann fouled to Dil-.;!nh Haitimore scored cir.cleri, stole second on McAllister's high i fouled out. Dunn , i-tlls and was forced . :n second; Seymoui f ..nlnl to Dillon. h the Kirds just missed i'.'oilir. was on sec-ic xe':' nsled to center, r.ic. home plate, and irvi " ' VI back. Con-r:K save dissatis- t-.Ti '- much kicking -r. r - ihan was put n a..i l: oinson caught 1W was escort- : ! - r v a detachment of u undeniably ugly htm h' i. Score: AM It H O A E 5 110 0 0 - f 4 0 13 10 r t' 4 1 3 2 0 0 4 0 113 0 .. : -. 2 0 0 3 1 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 : . ' 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 0 - . .. .. SS.... 3 0 0 3 1 0 : i,. a 4 0 1 3 4 0 i. 3 0 0 0 3 0 r. : 0 0 0 0 0 0 S2 2 7 27 13 1 '. ' r ri-i in olehth Inning. B&TRorr. AB It H O A " ' ' 1112 10 " - 5 12 10 0 ' - 1 S 2 3 1 4 0 4 1 1 3 4 0 . ' 3 0 1 2 5 0 ' 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 13 0 0 ' ' " ' 4 0 1 5 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 SS 5 10 27 15 1 123450789 0 10 0 0 0 03 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 S KlbevMrl. McAllis-'in-. Double play base on balls Bv I. by Mcfiinnlty 3. lify 2. by Siever 4. :' 0. retrnit 5. . Connolly. Attend- elnnil, 7; Athletics. 3. '. Ai;2i:t 20. Cleveland - lay by bunchins hits, al men were widely KI.PWA. AH It II O A B .... 5 3 3 3 .... r. 0 3 13 0 1 1 0 0 ' .. 4 SS 3 12 27 15 3 Al! R H O A E 0 S 1 3 2 35 7 1 4 27 14 3 1 234567S9 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-3 1 0 0 10 10 0 1-7 r!'i!a.!elphia 3, Clereland 5. l uliz. Davis. Polan. Har-Three-base bit O'Brien. cvy. Double plays Ely. is; Harvey and Lachance; Larhanee. Left on bases eland 4. First base on ai l l. liy McNeil 1. struck id 1. bv McNeil 1. wild Time--1:30. Umpire idanee 720. Wort Whilewahrd. V;i:at 2o.- ltnston whitewashed !' thM ouiekest played game on i.!s this season. Hawley, who !- x for the visitors, was very MM in favor of Sparks in the aatrer shut out the home team ' for the remainder of the 'S was vpry effective. Score: IJOSTON. AB R 2 4 Touus .. BoRrlsver, onroy, s.' ; 31 6 9 27 14 MILWAUKEE. K AB R H O A ' 0 0 1 1 i o i s a Anderson, lb 4 0 0 12 0 0 Duffy, c. f 3 0 0 1 0 0 Bruyette, 2b 3 0 1 2 4 0 Hallraan, r. f 3 0 2 1 0 0 Frlei. 3b 3 0 0 2 3 0 Donahue, c 3 0 2 3 0 0 Hawley. p 1 0 0 0 0 1 Sparks, p 2 0 1 0 3 0 Totals 30 0 7 24 14 2 Innings 1234567S9 Bostnn 03030000 6 Milwaukee 0000000 0 00 Earned runs Bostnn 2. Two-hase hits Slahl, Hallman Donahue. Three-base hits Stahl, YouriR. Home "run Stahl. Sacrifice hit Hemphill. Stolen base Collins. Double plays Parent. Ferris and Freeman; Collins. Parent and Freeman: Hemphill and Freeman: Bruyette and Anderson. First base on balls By Hawley 2, by Sparks 2. Struck out- By Youns 3. by Hawley 1, by Sparks 1. Time, 1:20. Umpire, Cantlllon. Attendance, 3.518. Chicnco. f; Washington, 3. Washington, Aucust 20. Chicago bunched their long hits in three innings and walked away with to-rlay's game. Washington's hits were more numerous, but never onoe was the home team in the race. The visitors' nine hits, only two being singles, were good for twenty-three bases. Score: WASHINGTON AB R H O A E .513100 .401151 . 5 0 1 2 0 0 .4 0 2 7 0 0 . 4 0 0 14 1 0 .411000 . 4 0 2 0 1 0 .4 0 2 1 6 1 .311120 . 1 0 0 0 0 0 . 3S 3 12 27 15 2 Batted for Patten in ninth lnnlnfr. CHICAGO. AB R H O A E Hoy. c. f Jones, r. f Merles, 2b Hartman, 3b McFarland. 1. f... lsbell, lb Shugart, s. s Sullivan, o Griffith, p 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 Totals 36 9 9 27 13 1 Innings 1234567S9 Washington 10010010 0-3 Chieago 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0-9 Earned runs-Washington 3. Chicago 7. Two-has bit McFarland. Three-base hits Coughlin. Hoy, Hartman, lsbell. Shu-gart. Sullivan. Home runs Patten. Grif-nth. Stolen bases Clingman. Shugart 2. Double plavs Shugart and lsbell: Clingman. Farrell and Grady. First base on balls-Bv Patten 4. by Griffith 1. Hit by-pitched ball Bv Patten 1. Struck out By Fatten 7. bv Griffith 4. Time. 2 hours. Umpire. Haskell. Attendance. 3.114. WESTERN ASSOCIATION, j Dayton, 3: Toledo, 1. Toledo. O.. August 20. Toledo lost to-day through sloppy fielding. Pardee and Dunham were well matched, but errors lost the game for the home team. Score: Innings ...1 23456789 R HE Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 o 3 Dayton 0 00000120-3 5 1 Batteries Pardee and Grafflus; Dunham and Blue. Grand Rapids, ( Wheeling, 3. Wheeling. August 20. Wheeling tied the score in the fifth, but in their half of the same Inning Grand Rapids batted hard, scoring four runs, a winning lead. Score: Innings ...1 234567S9RHE Wheeling ..0 00030000-3 8 1 Gd. Raplds.l 0204002 '-9 14 1 Batteries Kcnna and Fox; Burns and Zalusky. Attendance-300. Umpire Mul-lane. Fort Wayne, 0 Matthews, 2. Fort Wayne. Ind., August 20. -'Mullen was invincible to-day. while Sehlorf was batted all over the lot. Nattress and Mullen's batting and Heyworth's fielding were the features. Score: Innings ...1 23456789RHE Ft Wayne 00111006 ' 9 14 1 Matthews ..0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 2 3 3 Batteries Mullen and Fuller; Sehlorf and Williams. 4" AMATEUR BASEBALL. Records Defeated Herenleans. The Records added another game to their series of victories by trouncing the Her-culeans yesterday afternoon at Scanlon's. GUI was in fine form, keeping the hits well scattered, and but. for errors would have shut out his opponents. Score: Innings ...1 234567S9RIIE Records ....2 0 5 6 2 5 1 0 '-21 20 4 Herculeans 030300000-5 8 6 Batteries Gill and Hadan; Call, Du-Chene and Mangel. Von. Pusel's Home Run Won for Selling; & May. Jackson, Mich.. August 20.-(Special.)-The Selling & May team, of Detroit, won from Tecumseh in one of the best games of the season. The game wa9 Tecumseh s at the end of the seventh inning. 1 to 0. in the eighth, with two men on bases. on Pagel made a home run hit orer the fence, brinslng in three runs, which won the came Tecumseh scored one In the eighth. Score: Selling & May 3. Tecumst-h 2. Batteries Keppert and Funke; MoCarty and Riker. Only One Hit Off Smith. Battle Creek. Mich.. August 20. (Special.) -The Malta Vitas were beaten this afternoon by the South Bend Greens in the first of a series of three games. The game was well played and most interesting. The locals made costly errors. None of the Greens' runs was earned. Both pltrhers were good, though Horn was touched up hardest. Score: Innings ...1 234567S9RHE BaUle Ck...O 1000000 0- 1 1 3 Greens. ...0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0- 3 8 0 Batteries-Battle Creek. Horn and Teal; Greens, Smith and Starke. Portland Favored by the Umpire. Pewamo. Mich., August 20.-(Special.)-Ovld lost to Tortland at the latter place to-dav bv a score of 9 to 2. Batterles-For Ovid Becker and Henry: Swift and Chapman for Portland. Hawley's umpiring greatly favored Portland. BASEBAI.I, BRIEFS. Freeman made his 125th hit yesterday. Pitcher Scott has come to terms with Coniiskey. nttsburg has not lost a game in Chicago this season. Cuppy's release; by Boston may bo expected most any day. The American League is said to have secured grounds in St. Louis. o The latest "pipe dream" Is that Cleveland and Cincinnati are to combine. The Philadelphia National League team was given a bad set-back in its pennant aspirations yesterday. Outside of the catchers and pitchers on Collins' team, even- man has made at least one home ran this season. . Barney Drey fuss, of Pittsburg, is opposed to a compromise between the two leagues and wants to fight to a finish. Will Mertes be suspended for his attack on Haskell at Washington on Monday? If he is it will greatly impair Chicago s chances for winning the pennant. It is reported in Chicago baseball circles that Tom Loftus will be found at the head of the' St. Louis American League team in 1903 and Watkins managing the Chicago league team. Owing to McGraw taking two American League teams to tho eon3t this fall the Brooklyn-Philadelphia crews are talking seriously of declaring their trip off. -as H would be folly for four eastern teams to go thero at the same time. Home runs pay well in the Southern Association, where the "fans", continue showering the money t the ptayers who rap out four-basers. Just as they did In tho western country in the 0s. At Little Rock Sunday "Red" Wright plunked out a homer for the team when it was needed, and Arkansas snthuslasts threw VIZ in coins of every denomination at him. Manager Teheau. of the Kansas City club, has a scheme for protection for fhe .minor leaeues against raids by the, big leagues. He says: "My plan is to impose fines on players who desert the minor leagues for the big ones after the national agreement expires. Not one in ten of those tried is ever kept by th big league, and players will b cautious about lumping.' NEWS OF THE SPORTING TOOK KINDLY TO PITCHING PITTSBURG BATTED TWO ST. LOUIS TWIRLERS FOR 21 HITS. NEW TORK SHUT OUT BOSTON IN AN ELEVEN-INNING CONTEST. BROOKLYN WON TWO CLOSE GAMES FROM THE PHILLIES. TO-DAY'S GAMES. Pittsburg at St. I.ouls. ChicnR-o at Cincinnati. CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD. Won. Lost. Per ct. Pittsburg 56 37 .602 Philadelphia 57 42 .576 Brooklyn 56 44 .560 St. Louis 56 45 .5-1 Boston 47 50 .4S5 Cincinnati 40 55 .421 New York 39 51 .413 Chicago 39 63 . .3S2 St. Louis. August 21. Pittsburg indulged in a batting matinee here to-day. and aided by St. Louis' errors piled up fourteen runs. In the fifth inning Murphy was found for six hits and five runs. Five hits in the sixth inning netted Pittsburg five more runs. Pitcher Wicker made bis debut as a National league twirler In the seventh Inning, replacing Murphy. Wicker kept tho hits scattered, but Pittsburg scored in all the other innings. Score: PITTSBURG. AB R H O A E Clarke. I. f 5 2 4 2 0 0 Beaumont, c. f 6 2 1 2 0 0 Davis, r. f 0 12 2 10 Wagner, s. s C 2 3 5 6 1 Bransfleld, lb 6 2 3 12 1 0 Ritchey. 2b 6 1 2 2 3 0 Yeager. 3b 1 1 2 0 3 1 Zi-mmer, c 5 1 1 2 1 0 Chesbro. p 5 2 3 0 0 0 Totals 49 14 21 27 11 3 ST. LOUIS. AB R H O A E Burkntt, I. f 5 0 0 3 0 0 Heldrirk. c. f 4 0 1 1 0 U Donovan, r. f 3 0 o ;: 1 o Wallace, s. s 4 0 1 2 3 1 Krueer. 3b 4 0 1110 Padden. b 3 0 0 2 2 1 McGann. lb 3 1 1 13 2 u Schrlver. c 10 12 0 1 Murphy, p 2 1 0 0 3 1 Wicker, p 2 0 J jl 0 j Totals 31 2 6 27 17 4 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 5 5 1 2 1-14 St. Louis 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 n 0-2 Earned runs Pittsburg 9. Two-base hit Kruger. Three-base hits Clarke. Brans-field. Sacrifice hit Clarke. Hit by pitcher By Chesbro 2. Double play Davis and Wagner. Base on balls-Off Wicker 1. olf Chesbro 1. Left on bases Pittsburg 10, St. Louis 4. Struck out By Wieker 2, by C.he.-.-bro 1. Stolen base Wagner. Wild pitch--Chesbro. Time 1:50. Umpires O Day and Brown. Attendance 3,500. Brooklyn Won u Double-Hender. Philadelphia. August 20. Brooklyn won two games from Philadelphia to-day hy timely hitting. In the nrst game. Donovan Had the locals completely at his mercy. Good fielding on Philadelphia's part saved Townsend from being hit more frequently. The locals had a chance to win in the ninth inning of the second game. With thre men on bases and two out Delahanty forced Flick at second. Emslie was takn ill and retired after the first game, players umpiring the second. Through a mistake in signals, one of McGuire s angers was badly injured by a pitched ball in the first game and Farrell took his place. Scores: FIRST GAME. BROOKLYN. AB R H O A E Keeler r. f 1113 0 0 Sbeckard. 1. f 3 2 2 1 0 0 Dolan. c. f 4 1 1 3 0 o Kelley. lb 4 0 2 S 1 0 Daly. 2b 3 0 2 0 0 Dablen. s. a 4 0 1 3 3 1 Irwin. 3b MoGulre. c J 0 t 1 0 Farrell. c 2 0 0 1 1 0 Donovan, p 3 0 0 1 -1 J Totals 32 4 S 27 12 1 PHILADELPHIA. AB 11 11 A E 0 0 Thomas, c. f Wolverton. 3b .. Flick, r. f Delohanty. 1. f. McFarland. c... Jernings. lb Hallman. 2b Cross, s. s Townsend, p Totals 9 1 4 27 10 0 Innings 1 234 5 6739 roklvn 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 Earned runs Brooklyn 2. Two-base hU's Sbeckard, Flick. Stolen bases-Wolverton. Jennings. Double plays-Donovan. Dahlen and Kelley. 1Jft on bases Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 5. First base on balls-Bv Donovan 5. by Townsend 2. Struck out Bv Donovan 4. by Townsend 3. Passed ball Farrell. Wild pitch Donovan. Time 2:00. Umpire Emslie. SECOND GAME. BROOKLYN. AB R II O A E 5 1 2 0 0 0 5 1 4 2 0 t. 5 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 14 0 0 4 0 115 0 4 0 1 3 3 0 4 1 0 1 2 0 4 0 1 5 1 0 4 0 1 0 5 0 39 3 11 27 16 0 DELPHI A. AB R H O A E 4 0 2 4 0 0 5 0 3 1 1 0 4 0 110 0 4 1 2 5 0 0 4 0 112 0 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 2 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 37 2 11 .27 7 0 Keeler. r. f Sheckard. . f Dolan. c. f Kelley, lb Daly, 2b Dahlen. s. s Irwin. 3b Farrell, c -Hughes, p Wolverton. 3b . Flick, r. f....... Cress, s. s TKmohuo, P Orth Totals 'Batted for Donohue In the ninth. Innings 1 234 5 67S9 Brooklyn 1 J J 0 0 0 1 0 W Philadelphia " 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-2 Earned runs Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 1. Two-base hits Sbeckard, . Dahlen. Home run Sheckard. Stolen base.-Irwin. Douglass Double plays Dahlen and Kelley: Left on bases Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 10. First base on balls By Hughes 1. lilt by pitcher Irwin. Struck out By TTnghes 0. hy Donohue 4. Time 2:10. Umpires Mc-Guire. Orth and Jacklitsch. Attendance 6.464. Boston Shnt Ont in 11 Innings. Boston. August 20. Willis weakened in the eleventh and three hits, together with a wild throw by Willis and a fumble by-Lowe, brought in the only runs of tho game. Taylor was very effective. Score: BOSTON. AB R H O A C Slagle r f 10 0 110 Tennev, lb 5 0 2 13 1 0 Demont. 3b 5 0 151 Cooley. 1. f : 4 0 0 2 0 0 Hamilton, c. f 4 0 0 1 0 t, Lowe, 3b 4 0 0 2 3 0 Lone. s. s 4 0 1 6 4 1 Kittrldge. c. Willis, p Nichols .... 4 0 17 10 ... 3 0 0 0 0 1 .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 0 5 33 15 3 NEW YORK. AB R H O A' Van Haltren. c. f 5 0 14 10 Davis, s. s 5 115 6 0 McBride. r. f 5 (I 0 3 0 0 Selbach. 1. f 5 12 110 Murphy, 2b 5 1 1 3 6 0 Bowerman. 3b 5 0 0 2 2 t Ganzel. lb 5 0 1 15 0 0 Warner, c 5 0 2 0 0 0 Taylor, p 3 0 0 0 1 0 Totals ., ..43 3 8 33 17 1 Batted for Willis in the eleventh. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10.il Boston 0 0 0 t) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 New York...... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 3 , Earned run New Torts 1. -Two-baa lit Tenney. Stolen bases Willis. Demont. Base on balis By Willis 2. by Taylor 2. Struck out By Willis 2. Time 2:00. Umpire Dwyer. Attendance 750. No Game nt Cincinnati. Cincinnati, August 20. -Cincinnati-Chicago game postponed on account of rain. Two games to-morrow. YACHTING. Shamrock II. Being Painted Green. New York, August 20. As soon as the sun dissipated the fog to-day a gang of painters began work on the top sides of the Shamrock II. A dark shade of green paint was used and bv noon they had finished the stern and part of the port side. They expect to finish the painting .by dark. The crew of the Shamrock have been busy ali morning overhauling their sails and getting them ready to bend when the weather is favorable. WESTERN GOLF LAWRENCE AUCHTERLOS'l F. WON THE HONORS AT CHICAGO. DEFEATING A FIELD OF 38 BY THE REMARKABLE SCOHK OF 100. DAVID BELL, OF THE MIDLOTHIAN CLUB. WAS THE RUNNER-UP. ChicnfTO. Aujrust 20. Lawrence Auch-terkmie, of Glen View, won the open championship to-day from a field of thirty-eif,'lit reprcsonlative amateurs and professionals in the second annual tournament under tho auspices of the Western Golf Association to determine the title of western open champion. Auchterlonie's score for the thirty-six holes was 169, which is a remarkable figure for such a course. David Bell, of tho Midlothian Club, was a close second with 162. The play of the entire fielil showed good golf, considering that the course was a bit heavy from tlte recent rains. The medal score for the winner was: Mnrniiio : Out In Aftern-.'on: Out ........ 4 In 5 510 3-:a 4 3 411 3-10 81 160 5 7 14 1 OTIIKU SCORES. Out. ..SI In. 81- David Bell. Midlothian... 102 Harry Tun-In, Kd-. water S2 .lames l-'oulis. Chic-aK') Golf :.s William Whombird. Jr.. Glen-view SS A. F. Telill'si-n. Glenvlen- SI Philips B. Hoyt, Ulenvi-'W 92 Walter Fovargue, Bt-lniem George Braid. St, Paul Country Club S Bluet; Smith, Onwentsia 117 W. II. Yale, Kenosha 06 Joe Mitchell, Cleveland Golf Club K9 David Mcintosh, Westward Ho 92 W. G. T. Bristol. Midlothian.. 07 IT. .1. Tweedie. Belmont !I2 Alex.-md- r Taylor. F.xmr.or 91 Fr.-d Ward. Washington Park. S5 Will Smith. Midlothian 8.". Mi lhS t5-173 87-175 30-171 92-181 61-17D 80-171 !'3 -100 97-193 96-1S5 92-Hi 02 -ISO 1I2-1S1 ss 179 85 170 86 171 A. J. Clnlstv, Riverside David Foulls. Chieago 83 92 91 81 135 175 Alexander Baxter. Midlothian.. 93 S7 ISO Jamie Watson. Rltnkie Willie Slfii. Ken siia Robert Taylor. Hxniorr J. D. Pearson, Homewood.. .. W. F. l'lllshury. Onwentsia William Waller. Onwentsia.. Frank D. Frazer. Glenvlew. Haridd C. Smith. Onwentsia Alden B. Swift. Onwentsia.. Neil MacNcale, Cincinnati.. .. 90 91 181 95 S3 -1S3 . 90 St 1 1S1 2 1S1 2 1S3 S3 91 1S1 97 90 187 99 .IS 102 9S THE RING. Jeffrie and Kuhlin Sisn Articles. San Francisco, August 20.-Jamos J. Jeffries and Gus Ibililin, the pugilists, signed an agreement to-day to flsht for tho 1-e.ivyweislit championship nf the world. It was agreed that the match is to take place on some dav in either N-.vemher or December, h'.fore the eltlh offering the largest purse The pugilists expressed preference for either the San Francisco Athletic- Club or the Twentieth Century Cllth. Bids for the fight will he received and opened In public. The-articles nf agreement call for a division of the gate reeelpls on a basis of 75 per cent to tie- winner and 25 per cent to the loser. "Kid" I-'ugan's signature accompanied that of Jeffries, while Billy Madden, who represented Ituhiin, signed with the would-be champion. IN THE SalARIiD CIRCLE. Jim Oorbett wilt start on a thirty weeks' tour of America with a vaudeville company next month. It Is reported that Charley Mitchell owns part Interest in McCoy's Saratoga hotel. He has brousht his family over from England and will reside here permanently. Notwithstanding the reports that were circulated to the contrary, Barry, the retired bantamweight champion, disclaims any Intention of rc-c-nterlng the ring. ' Sig Hart figures it out that a victory over Marvin Hart would place Jack Beauseholte in a position to challenge the leaders in ins division. Slg has a lot of confidence in his man There is some talk of a match being fixed up between Harry Harris and Pedlar Palmer when Hie latter makes his trip to this country. The Fort Erie Athletic Club will bid lor the bout. AITO. Will Sot Race Over Bnflalo-Erie Conre. New York, August 20. The Automobile club of America announced tn-day that its annual, sweepstake race and mile record race will not be held on the Buffalo-Erie course in September, owing. It Is said, to the failure of the Fan-American authorities to secure the necessary consent for the 100-mlle road race on the same course at that time. The club therefore lias decided to hold the annual sweepstake record race elsewhere in October. TENNIS. I.arneil and WriR-ht Will Play tor Championship. Newport. R. I.. August 20. -The card today in the nntlonal tennis tournament Included the unfinished Wai-c-Lnrned match of yesterday and the other semi-final between Wright and Litile. Lnrned won fmfn Ware fi-2 6-3. 6-2; Wright defeated Little handily. 7-5. 2-6, 6-1. 6-2 Lamed and Wright will play for tiie championship tomorrow. FOOTBALL. Coach Yost Expected September 1. Ann Arbor. Mich., August 20. F. H. Yost, the fotoball coach for the coming season, is expected to arrive in Ann Arbor about September 1. lie has already left the Pacific coast on the Journey east. The players will begin to gather soon after the arrival of Yosi, although September 9 Is the date set for actual practice to begin. CltOftDET. Avery and Dice Win at Mendon. Mendon, Mich., August 20. (Special.) Avery and Dice, the crack croquet team of Oowagiae, won an easy victory over the Mendon team, Heiney and Uptegrove. in a series of games here to-day. The "Svritascrland o America" Ronte. Leihigh Valley Railroad between Buffalo and New York and Philadelphia Luxurious trains running on limited time. Route of the Black Diamond Express. Stopover allowed at Buffalo on all through, tickets to New York ana Phil adelphia vJa this line. MUD LARKS WON AT WINDSOR HENRY ZITT. AT PROHIBITIVE ODDS, ONLY WINNING FAVORITE. GEO. W. JENKINS AGAIN TOOK THE JUMPERS INTO CAMP. NORTHUMBRIA AND TOLUCA EASILY AT LONG PRICES. The heavy rain which fell just before the first race caused the track to become a quagmire at Windsor yesterday, and upset form calculating for those who figured on a dry track. Although the weather was bad it did not effect the attendance and the talent were as eager as ever to give the bookmakers a battle, but at the close of tho day five of the choices had been bowled over and the only favorite to win was at a prohibitive price. T..o races were all won by horses who are known to have a liking for the going, and in each case the winner spread-eagled his field, winning by a big margin. Northumbria easily got the money in the first race from the favorite Elbe. As good as 25 to 1 was quoted against the winner, at one time. Henry Zitt and All Gray were coupled as an entry In the second and were the favorites. Henry Zilt went to the front soon after Hag fall and the farther he went the bigger was the gap he opened. He eventually won pulled up by six lengths. Newton W. and All (Iray fought it out for the place which the former got. The steeplechase over the short course was always between the first three. Coley and Jenkins alternated in the lead the first turn of the field, where the former gave way, and Jim -McGiblK-n joined issue and appeared to be winning. But Jenkins got his second wind before clearing the last obstacle and won pulled up by five lengths. . Toluca made a show of the field in the fourth and crossed the wire eased up five lengths in front nf The. Geezer. Balm of Gilearl, out for the first time, stood a hard drive and won the fifth from Axares, thanks to Boland's superior jnckeyshlp. B. G. Fox reveled in the going and beat a good field in the last race. Starter "Dick" Dwyer, on behalf of the employes and associates of Secretary Lew Wiswoll, presented him with a beautiful diamond ring as a token of their esteem. There will be an auction sale of horses in training at 1:30 p. m. to-day In the paddock. The following horses will be sold to the highest bidder: Chanson, Ep, and Edna Kenner. Summaries: First race, selling. 0 furlongs Northumbria, 99 1-2 (Higgins), 15 to 1 and 6 to 1. won; Elbe. 103 (Glvens), 2 to 1 and 4 to 5, second; Jim Nap, 101 (Hothersoll). 0 to 1. third; time. 1:13. Golden Harvest, Amoroso, Ergo. Myrtle Van, Triune, Descubrl-dora. Hoc Hoo and Troubeam also ran. Second race, 5 furlongs Henry 7.ftt. 113 (J. Martin), 2 to 5 and out, won: Newton W.. 10S (Glvens), 3 to 1 and 4 to 5. second; All Gray. 101 (J. Miller), coupled in betting with Henry Zitt. third; time. 1:013-1. Wakica and Herodes also ran. Third race, steeplechase handicap, ehort course Geo. W. Jenkins. 13") fO'Donnell). 5 to 2 anrl 3 to 5. won; Jim McGIbben. 145 lElllson), 2 to 1 and 4 to 5. second: Coley, 149 (A. Johnson), 7 to 5, third; time, 2:51). Eleapor Holmes. Don Clarencio and Little Ben also ran. Fourth race, selling. G furlongs Toluca, 102 (Glvens). 10 to 1 and 3 to 1. .won: The Geezer, 100 (McKeand). 4 to 1 and 8 to 5. second: Hlnitlne, 107 (Miller). 5 to 1. third; time. 1:1S. Little Land. .Tim Gore. Ravelling. Mr. Clay and Incandescent also ran. Fifth race," selling, maiden 2-year-olds, 4 1-2 furlongs Balm of Gilead. 112 (Bo-land), 4 to 1 and even, won; Axares. 110 (Glvens!, 10 to 1 and 4 to 1, second; Six Bits, 105' (Meaner), 10 to I. third: time. 1:00. Jennie Day, My Sunny South. Marie Tryon, Miss Bernlce and Hoe also ran. Sixth race, selling, 7 1-2 furlongs B. G. Fox. 107 (Gfvenst, fi to 1 and 2 to 1, won; Baffled. 105 (Howell). 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. second: Alatio II., 105 (Robertson). 5 to 2, third: time. 1:38. Tempt. Ben O'Fallon, Brown Vail. Lady Kent and Nyx also ran. Entries: First race. 11-16 miles, selling Louisville Belle. 107; Prince y,eno. 106; Ellendale. 'Pretty Rosie. ie4: Bequeath, 103; Princess Auroa, Martha Street, 102; Jim McGirk, Nelso Morris, 99; Hlja, 97; Russian, -01. Second race, 4 1-2 furlongs, selling Nug-getl, 112; 'Herodes. Ben Milam, 109; Hot. Pirate Girl. 106; 'Sly Maid. 104: Dougherty, Debenture, The Widow, Ardita. Fanny Blazes. 103; Psalms. Lathrop, Edna Kenner, 100. Third race. 6 furlongs Hiram Walker & Sons' purse Hllee, Mldlo. Ill; Velma Clark, 110; Georgle. 109; Lecturer, 107: Prima II.. 102: Legal Maxim, 85. Fourth race, 6 furlongs, selling Ed Roth, Bermuda Prince, 113: Dlvertlsement, 110: Ghetto, 109; Loyal Prince. Times Star, Avatar. 107; Assassin. 106; Laureates, 105; Arl-ha. Bonnie Maid. 102. Fifth race. 1 1-S miles, selling Zonne, IIS; Enghurst, 115; Meggs. Topmast, 111, Mr. Pomeroy, 104. Sixth race, 71-2 furlongs, selling Chas. Shane, 107: Tony Llealzl, 104; Mrs. Daniels, Mrrtle, Dousterswlvel, Descubrfdora, Lady Curzon. Tilly Herr, Polly Blxby, 102; Ml-eou. Pine Chip. 100; Dynasty, 95; Urganda. 104. Apprentice allowance. Form Players Won at Delmor. St. Louis, August 20. Form players had a good day at Delmar to-day. Three heavily-played favorites won. Fugurtha. in the third race, was backed heavily to win. by her stable, but the race went to Mada Bell, who caught Lillian M. on the post. Fugurtha showed early speed, but tired badly In the stretch, and finished in the ruck. Track fast. Summaries: First race, 6 1-2 furlongs Two Annies, 101 (Dalel, 4 to 5, won; Miss Coney. 100 (O'Nell), 3 to 1. second; Gratia. 100 (Lindsay), 8 to 1, third: time. 1:22. Captain Low-ry, Tosettl, Capitola. Mr. Brockwood. Bon-nivard. Asoka, Brightie B.. Opera Girl also ran Second race. 6 furlonga-Ed L.. 112 (Snell), 8 to 5, won: Little Chlco, aO (Llnd-sav). 8 to 1, second: Chas. E. Billingsley. 104 (Dale), 16 to 1, third; time. 1:15. La Mascotta. Daniel, Roy McDonald, Alp. Commodate, Lucia aiso ran. Third race, 5 1-2 furlongs Mada Bell, 107 (O'Brien). 5 to 1, won; Lillian M., 107 (Dale), 4 to 1, second; Attelle. 110 (Dogan), 7 to 1, third: time 1:09. Leo Nutter, Fugurtha. Col. Stone. Clarena Lefinre,. Ogele. Miss Thomey. Badger also ran. Fourth race. 6 furlongs Kazan. 106 (O'Neill), even, won; Tenney Bell, Ml (Bell), even, second: Churchill. 107 (Dole). 25 to 1. third; time. 1:15. Santa Ventura, Golden Easter. Dick Hohson also ran. Fifth race. 61-2 furlongs Delsarte. 109 (Dale). 3 to 1, won; Percy R., ;02 (O'Brien). 10 to 1. second; Teucer. 105 (Sned-eke.r), 15 to 1. third: time. 1:22 3-4. J. V. Hays. Cherry Head, Staff and Metoxen also ran. Sixth race, mile and 70 yards Tickful, 107 (O'Brien). 3 to 1. won; Zazel, 105 (Watson). 2 to 1. second: Imp. Clonoilla. 104 (Fauntleroy). 4 to 1. third; time. 1:47 3-4. Miss Theresa. Chopin. Admiral Schley. The Caxton also ran. Entries: First race, mile and 20 yards, selling Forget Not. 90; Joe Doughty. 109; Trixif? II.. 95; Ellis. 99: Dieudonne, Capitola, 97- First One. 95: C. P. Jones. 106. Second race, mile and 20 yards, selling Quannah Parker 09: Nekarnis. 106; Round Turn, 99: Crossmnllna, 104; Honeywood. 35; Terra Incognita, 99. Third race. 5 1-2 furlomfs. pUrBeLnu Hazel. 102: Huntressa, 113; Hunter i'talne, 105: Tahy Tosn. 107: Allies, 97: Sambo, 110; Mamie English. Leviathan, 102; Crimean, 110. Fourth race, S furlongs. handicapDandy Jim. 92: Peaceful, 104; Tom Collins, 107; Judge Pettus. 95; Monograph, 106 Fifth race, mile and 70 yards, handicap Ida Ledford. 102; Menace. 92; Meddlesome. 98- Cyrano, 107: Crockett. 106. (Ida Ledford and Menace coupled as. Fizer & Co. entry.) Sixth race, 7 furlongs, selling Ben Bov. 10S- Furo. 103: Nellie Helmuth. 106; Nannie J 101; Merry Wager. 91; Domlnis, 107; Lexoiine. 103: Irving Mayer, 106; Charles p., 103; Porica, 105; The Waff, Hi); Benham, 107. Roe Hampton Beat Imp. Saratoga, August 20. The card run off this afternoon was. considered only a very ordinary one. The track was fast and the weather warmand muggy. Hoe "Hampton met imp In the 11-J6 mile race for horses who had toot won -51.000 doting tho year: W.K-AtHnir'-tnfcv werfl-'eauaT favorite's' at $ to 6. $ip went oft :;3-..:Jlaa;J WORLD showed the way down the back stretch to tne far turn, when O Connor snot hub Hampton to the front and. Increasing his lead at everv lumn rha 3-vear-old won In a gallop by six lengths. Only two took part in tne 2-mile hurdle race, nouann auu Draughtsman: the former was favorite and won by three lengths. Hammock at 15 to 1 in th6 betting landed first in the 7 furlongs race. Summary: First race. 2 miles over S hurdles, handicap for 4-year-olds and. up Holland. 116 (Veitch). 4 to 5 and out. won; Draughts-roan, 153 (Monahan). 11 to 10 and out, second ; time. 4 :01 2-5. Second race. 7 furlongs, 3-year-olds and up, selling Hammock, 111 (Landry). 15 to 1 and 6 to 1, won; Barbara Frletchle 84 (G. Thompson). 7 to 2 and 6 to 5. second; Satire. 104 (Shaw), 13 to 5 and even, third: time. 1:27. Scotch Rush, Bill Massie, Oliver Mc. Cogswell, Annie Thompson. Anecdote. Col. Ballen-tlne, Eloltn, Diffidence and Gertrude Ellis ran. Third race, 1 1-16 allies, for 3-year-olds and un Roe. Hamnlon 106 (O'Connor), 6 to 5 and 1 to 4. won; Imp. Ill (Falr- goou), 6 to n and 1 to 3, second; l ne noy-mcr, 98 (McGinn), 12 to 1 and 2 to 1. third; time. 1:46 4-5. Sweet Lavender also ran. Fourth race. 5!4 furlongs, selling, for 2-year-olds Honolulu, 106 (Shaw). 1 to 3 and out, won: Arak. 109 (Mounce). 12 to 1 and 3 to 1. second: Shandonfleld. 105 (McGinn), 10 to 1 and 2 to 1, third: time, 1:08. Bed-llngton, Catspaw, Atheola and Cassvllle also ran. Fifth race. 1 1-16 miles, handicap for all ages Kinniklnnlc. 114 (Shaw), 9 to 5 and 3 to 5. won: The Amazon. 103 (Coch ran). 16 to 5 and 4 to 5. second; Trigger, us (Odom). 20 to 1 and 6 to 1. third; time. 1:46 4-5. Specific and Agnes D. also ran. Sixth race. 5 furlongs, selling, for 2-year-olds Elsie I,.. 109 (Burns), 7 to 10 and out, won: Keynote, 106 (O'Connor). 3 to 1 and i to 10. second: oclawoha, 101 (smicnt. nt to 1 and 3 to 1 third- time. 1:07 2-5. Dark Secret. Connecticut. Equalize. Trump. Mon tana t'loneer and similar also ran. Entries: First race, handicap. 6 furlongs The Musketeer. 120; chucktnnund, 103; Demurrer. 116; John Rusk. 109; May W.. 104: Klv. in:?! Rpllo of T-PTinflrton. 95: Lucent. 93. Second race, selling. 1 1-16 miles Al- rred vargrave, 113: Klueway. Aiswe, iw; Larkspur. 104; Dolando, Lord Ogneshy. Bowen. 103: Inshot. 92: Chaos. 88. Third race, Grand Union Hotel, 6 furlongs Gold smith, Masterman, 127: Alinert. m rre-torlus. Peninsula. Stranger, South Elk-horn. Dixiellne. 117; King Hanover, teo-nhl. Saturday. Homestead. Barron, 110. Fourth race, handicap, mile and 70 yardH Isidor. 126; Bellario, 109; Ben McDhul, 104; Specific, 103: May W.. Louisville. 102; Lucent. 95; St. Finnan. 88. Sixth race. 2-year-olds, 5t4 furlongs City Bank. Yankee, 115: Stranger. Drageman. Goldsby, Broadstreet, 110: Rose of May, 107. Fair Raclajr at Fort Erie. Fort Erie. Ont., August .20. Summaries: First race. 4-year-olds and upward, allowances, 6!! furlongs Mynheer, 107 (Lorenz), 3 to 5 and out. won; Branch, 107 (M. Hill), 6 to 1 and 2 to 1, second; Maple. 101 (Blake), 3 to 1 and 8 to 5, third; time. 1:22. The Oriole, Whistling Coon, Miss Logan, Gun Cotton, Jessamine Porter and Plucky finished as named. Second race, 4 furlongs, 2-year-oida, selling Ingo. 106 (Jackson), 12 to 1 and 5 to 1, won: Lemuel, 110 (Troxlc'r), 4 to 1 and 8 to 5. second; J. Patrick, 105 (May), 2 to 1 and 4 to 5 third; time. :S6. Santa Bonita, Elizabeth Jane. Moderator and Dash also ran. Third race. 3-year-olds and upward, 1 1-16 miles Orontas, 113 (Blake), 3 to 1 and even, won; Obstinate Simon, 102 (May). 8 to 1 and 3 to 1. second; Montreal, 89 (Adams), 5 to 1 and 7 to 5. third: time. 1:50!4. Gray Dally. Wine Press and Margaret Steel finished as named. Fourth race, handicap, 2-year-olds. 5 lur-longs Doyle'6 Commoner. IIS (Jackson), 2 to 1 and 3 to 5. won; Meditation, 103 (Thompson), 8 to 5 and 1 to 2, second; Merriment, 110 (Blake). 8 to 5 and 1 to 2, third; time, 1:01. Flintlock and Kirk Livingston finished as named. Fifth race, 3-year-olds and upward, 5l furlongs Invasion, 105 (Hayden), 2 to 1 and even, won; Foneda. 105 (Jackson), 2 to 1 and even, second: Pigeon Post, 107 (Bender). 5 to 1 and 2 to 1, third: time, DOS. Scorpio. Diva. Morokanta, The Laurel, Lady Powhattan, Alsora and Midnight Chimes also ran. Sixth race, 2-year-olds and up, selling. 7V!j furlongs Magnetic, 106 (Haelcen). 3 to 5 and out, won: Prince of Song, 80 (Redfern). 10 to 1 and 4 to 1. second; Lady Silver, 98 (Jackson), 4 to 1 and 6 to 5. third; time. 1:361.. Avocn. Edith Q.. Broadway, The Brother and Minnie B. finished as named. Entries'. First race, 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds, maidens Juvenctts, 113; Visitor. 110; Johnny Brown. 107; Mollle Pnyton, 105; Chairman, Remsen, Northman. Aurous. 104: Hayseed. Willard J.. Farsight. Kerry Mills. Grav Bill Higgins. 101: Sunny Girl. Nonpareil. 99. Second race, 4H furlongs. z-year-oias. spiting ucminican, uen tjmn-ton, 115; Doraet, Effrontery. 112; Juanlta M.. Circus Girl. Appointee, Latch String. Cormac, Queen Frieze. John P. Rath, Sliver Chimes. 107. Third race. 7 furlongs. 3-year-olds, allowances Magnetic, 107; Eeau, 106; Antithesis. 100: Edith Q.. 102: Competitor, 101; Ida Penzance. 93. Fourth race, mile, 3-year-oldp and upward. selling-Dandy, 112; Tip Gallant. Ill; Highland Prince, L. W.. 104; Frandoe, Templar. Jessamine Porter, Galllenne, 102; Little Tommy Tucker. 101; Sauce Boat, 100; The Loafer, 95; Checkmate. 91: Arganauta, 93. Fifth race, 5 furlongs. 4-year-olds and upward, selling Samlvel. Tyrba. 109; Oconee. 102; Prince Plausible. 99; Glad Hand. 97: Innom-inatum. 94; Diva, 92. Sixth race. mile. 3-year-olds and upward, selling Silver Garter. 112; Waterhouse. Dick Warren, 111; Exit Little Sallie. 109; Semplre, Prince of Song, 101; Zelgfeld. 98; Badge Bell. 83. Vnlcain Won Hawthorne Handicap. Chicago. August 20. The Hawthorne handicap, valued at $700, resulted in the defeat of Hernando, tile heavily-backed odds-on favorite. Vulcain winning pulled up bj two lengths. Summaries: First race, five and a half furlongs Muresca. 101 (Ranscti), 2 to 1. won; Pyrrho, 103 (Gormley), 2 to 1. second; Harry Wilson. 106 (Sullivan). 12 to 5, third; time 1:13. Has Gift, Blue Ridge. G'dd Medal also ran. Second race, seven furlongs; selling School for Scandal, 107 (Knight), 9 to 20, won; About, 102 (Gormley), 10 to 1, second; Audle, 107 (Doss), .4. to 1, third; time 1:30. Mary Moore, Slips, Princess Stratlimore, Hattle June. Emily Crean, Maiden Lants. King's Favorite, Economic, Machusha also ran. Third race, mile and 70 yards Malay," 101 (Knight), 13 to 10. won; Trinity Bell, 95 (Gormley), 11 to 5, second; Strangest, 105 (Davlsson), 13 to 1, third; time 1:52. Bangle also ran. Fourth race, one mile, handicap-Vulcaln, 110 (Sullivan). 16 to 5, won; Hernando. 109 (Cohurn), 17 to 20, second; Silurian, 95 (Rausch), 6 to 1, third; time 1:48-. Lady Strathmore and Maggie Davis also ran. Fifth race, six furlongs; selling Educate. 91 (Gormley), S to 1, won; If You Dare. 108 (Alexander), 8 to 1. second- Goal Runner. 104 (Dominick), even, third; time 1:1034. Little Duchess II.. Pupil, Urat C. B. Campbell, Alice Dougherty, Pirate's Queen. Lucille Bramble, Trladltza, Big Injun. Ester Rlggs also ran. Sixth race mile and a sixteenth; selling Oxnard, 103 (Sulllvtn), 7 to 1, won; Prairie Dcg. 98 (Mclnernev). 5 to 1, second; George Lee, 9S (Birkennith). 10 to 1. third; time ltSBVi-Banish, False Lead, Hanan, Ben Chance, Ecome also ran. Entries: First race, five furtongs-corinne Inland. Lake, Evil Eye, The Rabbit. Grizel, Prue, Irmlngard. 107; Whlfflt. Lingo. 110; Jean Raphael. Baby Hall. Lucy Locket. The Stewardess. Amirante, 115. Second rare, six and a balf furlongs: selling-Little Duchess II., 83: Pirate's Queen. 84; Krewer, 98- Big Injun. 95; True Fit. Sam Lazarus. Esq 101; Rival Dare, 102; Crenfer. 103; Hart D.. 105. Third race, one mile St. Bluff Rube, 102: Rasselas. 105; Telamon, 110- Flving Torpedo, 112: Argregor, Whitfield 105. Fourth race, one mile; handicap Kentucky Babe. 92; Henry of Franstamar, 97- Boney Boy. 98: Strangest. 99: The Conqueror II.; 105; Federal. 108. Fifth race, mile and an eighth: selling-Pencil Me. S3; Zack Phelps. 90; Searcher. 91: Odnor. 92: Frangible. 102: Prince Blazes, 103; Her-mencla, 104: Volondles. 106. Sixth race, one mile; selling Helen Paxton, Charley Moore, 119- Maryland Reserve. The Bondman, Dan Cupid. Capt. Hamm, 121: Ecome, 124. OntKider Won at Kinloch. St. Louis, August 20. The Four Hundred was the only first choice to score at Kinloch Park to-day. One heavily played sec- . ..... J ihun .nl.M.H frwiL- iha onn cnoic-e nu remainder of tho card. Track fast. Sum- First race. iV, furlongs, selling The Four Hundred. 113 (Meade). 1 to -I, won; Little Scout. 106 (J. Mathews) 4 to 1. second; Stella Perkins. 103 (C. Wright), la to 1. third- time, 1:10. Intend and Sallie Green also ran. Second race. 6 furlongs Braw Lad, 112 (Mitchell). 7 to J. won- Fleuron, 107 (Silvers), even, second: Greetings. 107 (J Hicks) 20 to 1. third: time. 1:1514. Vl'lle Hale. Olekma. Oscar and Eva's Dar-ilmr also ran. Third race. 6 furlongs, sell- ng-Miss Conrad. 117 (Mitchell). 7 to 1, won- Myra Morella. 110 (J. Mathews). 6 to T second: Little Louis, 105 (Helgeson), 7 to 1 third; time. 1:17. Jessie Achenbach. Mrs. Rninell Princess Otlllle and Duela also fan Fourth race, mile and 70 yards, sellr lng-BI Caney. 105 (J. Mathews). 5 to 1, won- Chorus Boy, 102 (Narvaez). even, sec-won, .V,,,"0" . Ofi ft TTI,-.trc it t t; third; time. 1:47. Sarilla and Miss Liza also ran. e ittn race, " - J1", selling Hrylo. 105 (Heglcson), won; Dan Paxton 112 (J. Hicks), 6 to 1. second: Mono? 110 at Mathews). 7 to 6. third, time, 1-27. John Collins and Impromptu also ran. Entries: Firit race. 7 furlongs, sellmg- Tne tour niinwm. ..T...u--.rf 105- Stella Prkrasy 101; Arlgato. Gold Time, 83,:" Second race, 6 fnrtnapBlnMn,'. Ben Lary Portland 98 ihlrd race 6Vi fHrlonu selling-Theresa. 100: Hunting-. Siren Song. 9-1: Lady Montro. S9; Merriman. 86. PMrth race. 6 furlongs Blue Blazes. Casava. 1U; Glove. 110; Eliza Dillon. Btldd Wade. Ash-brook. Arigatb, S5. Fifth race, 1 1-16 mfles, selling W. B. Gates, Lord Howard. Reginald Hughes. 104: Albert F. Dewey, 102; Plead. 100; Miss Liza, 99: Star Cotton. 99. Handicap Weights for To-morrow. The White House handicap, which has been named In honor of Irving Swan, at one mile and an eighth, will be run at Windsor to-morrow. The official handicap-per has assigned the following weights. Solve. 100: B.iink. 107; Aurea, 95; Trebor. 107; Charlie O'Brien. 104; Ohnet, 97; Ethel Wheat. 110; Prir-a II., 90: Miss Soak, 106; Senator Beverldge. 98; Velma Clark. 90; Aloha II.. 90; Ir'sh Jewel. 94; Ceylon, 90: Jessie Jarboe, 94; MonK vvayman. iuo, wiioo mo. Tna Gown. 90: John McElroy. 96; Enghurst, 102; Freyllnghuysen. 98; The Beer. 96: Battled, tra; stamp, as; z,onne, iw. First Past. 90; Vouch. 90. The cross-country racers have been given the following weight for to-morrow's event: Lord Farandole, ISO: Little Joe. 130; Prince Zeno. 130; Coley. 145; Bellamy, 110; Tate's Creek. 135: Nldanas. 130; Jim McGIbben, 145; Don Clarencio, 135; George W. Jenkins. 130: Roxburgh. 130; Zufalllg, 135; Little Ben, 130; lxt Thome. 130: Henry Gibbs. 130; Juniper, 130; Eleanor Holmes, 130. AUDUBON BOY'S WINASURPRISE HE STOLE THE $5,000 NORFOLK STAKE FROM SHADOW CHIMES. TOGGLES HAD A WALK-OVER IN TROT IN SLOW TIME. ADMIRAL DEWEY. A DESCENDANT OF NANCY HANKS. SHOWED CLASS. Keadville, Mass., August 20. The rain which came to the Grand Circuit park was not good for the track to day. It was soggy and lacked firmness, nevertheless the crowd, which was larger than yesterday, had some fine sport watching Audubon Boy steal the 2:24 class for the Norfolk stake of io.OOO from Shadow Chimes, the big favorite, who is owned and driven to-day by E. F. Geers, of Louisville, Ky. Audobon Boy paced the first heat in the remarkably good time of 2:06 3-4. The field felt happy when New Richmond, A. W. Richmond's horse, took the second heat, but after that heat the winner went to pieces. It was a dramatic struggle between Geers and Hudson. Third money went to Cinch, the Athol gelding, and fourth to Dainty Queen. In the 2:10 trot. Toggles, a California gelding, was the choice of the talent and the race went to him in a walkover, his best time being 2:14 1-4. Fit-teen horses were in the field for the start of the 2:19 trot. Betting favored Sallie Simpson, a Kentucky mare who felicitated her hackers bv marching away with the first two heats. Yeola took the third, wmie vie ocneuer ieit the bunch easily in the fourth and won the heat. This event was unnnisnea. Admiral Dewev. the son of Bingen and a descendant of Nancy Hanks, was the winner In che trot tor toais or ikio. The co t is one of J. Malcolm Forbes promising horses, and to-day lie showed what he was by winning the race in two straight Heats, wttn tne oest time. 2:14 1-2. Durlnc the afternoon the judges announced that Scott Hudson, who drove Hawthorne, had been fined $100 for disorderly conduct. Summar ies: 2:25 CLASS (TROTT1 NG) TH REE IN FIVE-PURSE $1,000 (CONCLUDED). Alberta D.. b. g. by Shen-nngo Holiis Mare, by Col. Morrill (McHenry) 8 4 111 Marlque, ch. h. by Expedition (Kenney) 1 6 6 3 2 Bingen. Jr.. b. g. by Bingen (Garth) 12 1 7 4 Easter, b. m. (Golden) 9 2 3 2 Lauretta, ch. m. (Middle- ton) 2 3 3 4 6 John Hooper, ch: g. (Bristol) 4 11 9 8 Santa, b. m. (Shank) 6 10 4 5 ro Capt. Haft. br. g. (Humpli-reyville) 5 7 5 6 ro Senator Mills, b. c. (Gallagher) 10 5 8 dis Nanlta. b. in. (Brockor) 3 8 dls Lcnora, ch. m. (McQuaig). 11 9 dls Tlme-2:16y.. 2:13, 2:1414. 2:16. 2:16. 2:24 CLASS (PACING) THREE IN FIVE-THE NORFOLK STAKE, $5,000. Audubon Boy, ch. g. by J. J. Audubon Flaxey, by Bourbon (Hudson) 1 5 6 1 1 Show Chimes, br. h. by Chimes (Geers) 2 5 12 2 Cinch, ch. g. (Blanchard).. 5 9 2 3 5 Dainty Queen, blk. m. (Munson) 7 2 5 5 6 Louise G., b. m. (Merrill).. 3 4 3 6 4 star Pueh. ch. k. (Lock- wood) 9 10 8 7 3 Rajah, b. g. (Welch) 4 6 4 4 dls New Richmond, g. h. (Benedict and McHenry) 8 1 9 dis Amber Sphinx, b. m. (Moody) 10 8 7 dls Go See. b. s. (Prostor) 11 11 10 dis Helolse, blk. m. (Biggs). ...12 12 11 dls Terrace Queen, br. m. (Shaffer) 6 3 dr Tlme-2:06. 2:11. 2:10, 2:0S('j. 2:09. 2:10 CLASS (TROTTING) TWO IN THREE PURSE $1,500. Toggles, br. g. by Strathway Fly, by Pasha (Clark) 1 1 Little Dick. b. g. (Pope) 3 2 Tpmnlfl Wilkes, b. g. (Golden) 2 4 Sister Alice, b. m. (Kenney) 4 3 Janice, b. m. (Banners) ais Tlme-2:12, 2:11. FOALS 1898, TROTTING. TWO IN THREE; PURSE J2.000. Admiral Dewey, b. c. by Bingen Nancy Hanks, by Happy Medium (Titer) 1 1 Carrie Bel, b. f. (Thayer) 2 2 Rowellan. br. g. (Golden) 7 8 Hawthorne, r. f. (Hudson) 3 7 Nellv Boca. e. f. (Carpenter) 4 5 Melton, b. c. (Young) o 4 Say Tell. b. c. (Pierce) 6 6 Boralma's Brother, b. c. (Ryan) dls Time-2:17!4, 2:14. 2:19 CLASS (TROTTING) THKHE IN FIVE ruitsc ji.uiw luniniianco;. Sallie Simpson, b. m. by J. C. simnsnn Sallie Foster, by Prince William (Middleton)... 112 5 Leola. br. m. by C. F. Clay (Hntrtins) 14 2 1 2 H. C. Heller, br. g. by Hamoie- nnan vvuK.es ivan dohuc- len) 1" 13 9 12 Limerick, b. g. (McClary) 2 7 13 6 Henrietta, Due. m. viuuhkj... o t a s'nhlni Lassie, b. m. (Turner). 8 3 5 4 L B.. ch. g. (McLaughlin)... 3 15 4 10 Charles D. Jacobs, ch. g. (Kenney) 4 9 8 12 Ben Hal. b. g. (F. Turner) 5 5 7 8 Easter, b. g. (Kilborn) 15 11 6 7 Debut, b. h. (M. McHenry)... 12 6 11 9 Oneonta, ch. m. (Olney) 7 10 10 11 BLOODPOlSON Ofci i -r Hffatfcna Treatment, to h & OOSttlVS CWW for Blood Poison. If ycu have" this awful disease you re In dang" until completely Cured; the various symptoms you notice should M a warn ing to take immediate treatment-.- u v"- continually .gets worse. It you have sore hroat Pf mou;n, swollen &i;uiub, or other signs of thls-awful Kuaraniee o euro yen wiuioui ' - . " ' ,7Tr err ir otrw I PAY WHEN CUBED. EACH TIME YOU CALL YOU SEE Mffg SONALLY. 1 HAVE 18 DIPLOMAS, CERTIFICATES AND Jjicr.naa WHICH TESTIFY TO MY S lAJiuiao .-. . THE LATEST METHOD TREATMENT CURES .i stricture without cutting. PMvite Vervous, Impo'.jncy, Kidney, Liver, i-nvate. .ttov li-nvE BOOK FREE. Hours, 9 a. m. o 8 j m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. IMPORTANT10 PATIENTS I am the only specialist on chronic aod private diseases In this city doing: buslnwa sJsSi sra& dW,j IS anotbe rlih? to continue the business under the oM name bm they couM not iRGOLDBERG Roberta, b. m. (Ryan) 11 f 14 13 Mary C, b. m. (Johnson) 9 12 15 dr The Spaniard, b. g. (McDonald) 13 14 13 dr Rain Spoiled Jackson Races; Jackson. Mich.. August 20. (SpeciaLy A" little clear sky about noon induced th management to reconsider a. notice of postponement of the first day of the raco meet of the Jackson County Driving club, but rain came again just as the horses weia called up. One heat of the 2:25 and 2:35 trotting events were all that were pulled off, when it was announced that these two unfinished races would be added to to-nuir- row's programme. iSddle u.. iavorlte la tho 2:25 trot, won his beat handily, but Hard Bars, the 2:35 favorite, did no better than fourth, Dr. Strong wlnnlnar in the. mud. Summary-: !:25 CLASS. TROTTING PHBSE J300. Eddie L., blk. g.. by Grlnnal Kim, A. C. Pennock. Glenvllle, o. (Fennoofc).. 1 Ike M-. b. g ..by Johe M. (McCann) 2 Monta, ch. m., by Montreal (MoEwen).. 3 Algomah. ch. s.. by Strathmore (Melien) 4 Bessie K., ch. m., by Wildersee (Rotch) 5 Sylvester, br. g., by W. H. Cassldy tEl- llott) d Time-2:32 3-4. 2:33 CLASS. TROTTING PURSE $300. Dr. Strong, b. g.. by Strong Boy. F. G. Sllllnn. Mtlford Center. O. (Gordon).. 1 Tommy Thomas, b. g., by Revieli (Van Hukln) 2 Miss Pugh, ch. m.. by Tom Pugh (Simpson) 3. Hard Bars, br s. by Monbars (Thom-ces) 4 Margaret L., b. m.. by Wilkesrrood (Williams) : 3 Lady Aithea. ch. m., by Russia (Pennock) - S Geo. Enster, b. g.. by Geo. St. ClaJr (Mussev) J Jersey Fred. br. g.. by Flashlight (curr) a Pilot Gift. g. g.. by Pilot Medium (Gax- niim) 9 Queen, b. ni.. by W. H. Cassldy (Thom as) w Tlme-2:34 3-4 Albion Driving; Park Officers. Albion. Mich.. August 20. (Special.) A! complete reorganization of the Albion Fair and Driving Park association occurred tonight at a meeting of the stockholders held at the council rooms. The new board of directors were elected as follows: v. b. Kesseler. F. L. Irwin. L. J. -Doverlng. J. W. Farrant. E. C. Lester. F. F. Hoaglln and John G. Brown. The matter of holding an annual fair this fall was discussed, but no decision was arrived at. Immediately following the meeting of the stockholders the newly-elected directors met and elected the following- officers: President, F. F. Hoagiin; vlevpresident. L. J. Dever-lng; treasurer, John G. Brown; secretary, F. L, Irwin. To-day's Matinee nt Northville. Northville. Mich., August 20. The Northville Driving club holds one of Its popular raoine matinees to-morrnw. with a ball game in connection. There are to be four races z:4ii trot. Desc tnree ?n m-.-: i..f pace, best three in five; free-for-all, trot or pace, and half-mile trot or pace for horses net In training, with three prizes In each event. Entries are free, and horses and drivers from a distance are entertained by the club. FROM THE TRACK AJiR STABLE. . w.A n.-.fh Victvunon CresCeiin and The Abbot may be arranged for the Oakley meeting. Anaconda and Joe Patchen have oeen matched to meet at Bethlehem, Pa., during the week of September 10. THE WHEEL. Stiniion Lot Twice. Boston. August 20. There were two events of Interest to the crcwd at the Revere cycla track to-night, one the Mlchael-Stinson match, which tho former won, and the other a race between Stinsnn and the constables who were after him to serve piipors for alleged breach of contract in not riding tonight at the Worcester track. Stlnson was kept out of sight of the officers until hla match was called, then be was pushed out on the track, got headway enough to prevent interference, and then rode against Michael with a dying Btart. Immediately after 'he race Stlnson wa3 seized for legal service In behalf of the Worcester management. Michael had an easy time In the to-mile event, due to Stlnson ceveral times losing his 'pace, at tho cost of from one to three laps. At the eighth mile Michael tools the- lead hy forcing Stlnson so fast as to really make him go by his motor tandems. At the finish Michael was e and an olgntn laps ahead. His time was 38:14 2-5. Kramer and Cooper WlnneM. Baltimore, August '20. The half-mile race for professionals at the Coliseum, to-night was won by Iver Lawson. who gets four points to his credit in the championship. F L Kran-er was second and gets two points to his credit. Oliver S. Kimble and H. B. Freeman each get one point; timo "Th'e one-mile professional handicap was won by Tom Cooper. Major Taylor did not nprear, as he was laid up from Injuries re-cehed Monday night. Time 2:08 3-5. WHOLESALE EVICTIONS OCCURRING IN TAMPA Tampa. Fla., August 20. Evictions by renting agents is causing- great excitement among members of the Re-sistencia union. It is said that more than 100 women and children slept lu the streets last night. . An Old Man Far From Home. An old man wandering about near Adams and Woodward avenues was picked up bv the police last night and taken to the central station. He said his name is Jacob Hummel and insisted that he was only two miles from Chelsea, Mich., where he says he has a daughter. He said he had walked the "two miles" and had been robbed of $4 in Ann Arbor. He could not be made to believe he was in Detroit. He was made as comfortable as possible in a cell, but he spent most of the night wandering about trying tho cell doors and trying to get out to walk hack to Chelsea. SICK HEADACHE cared by They also relieve rniKtresfl from Dys- 1 f- TwtAimtamUntt fJand Too Hearty Bftt- ng. A pence edy for Pizzlneus, NoaJ Tflat In tle IMouth. Coated Tonjuo, fain in ic Bide. TORPID LXV-v.n Thtv reculau th Boirtlfl. Purely Vegetable. Small Pill. Small Dsse. Small Pries. ..Mvv " , ":, --fr.tri disease ; call on m ,. I ive you wrten Stretching, or loss of time; also Clwonie. Bladder. Stomach, feniala ana cn-nr vrlt for blank for home treatment. 208 WOODWARD AVE,. ENTSANOe, 7 WILCOX T ' . PETRQI3-, HUGH. fflPEOSrfL mmm HI .ifr8tti,:,MWili'

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