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EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, QEPTEHBER U, tQ15.
PHILS STEP NEARER PENNANT AS ALEXANDER WINS HARD-FOUGHT GAME FROM PIRATES
HARD-EARNED VICTORY OVER PIRATES
SENDS PHILS STEP NEARER PENNANT
Only About Thirteen More Wins Needed to Clinch the
Championship Result Yesterday Shows
Reserve Strength of Moranmen
THE rhlllJes are one notch nearer the first pennnnt ever won by a loc.1
National League team and now need but 13 victories of the 23 remaining
same to force both Boston and Brooklyn, In order to win, to go at a ollp that
If considered almost an Impossibility. The Dodger and Braves both won
ycaterday, but they both have a trenmendotis tash before them It the Phils
eon get 13 moro victories
These 13 victories. If they are obtained, will give the Thlllles S8 victories
and $ defeats for a percentage of .671, which will compel Brooklyn to win IB
of Its remaining 19 games, while Boston must capture 18 out of the II on Its
schedule. In number of games, the Phillies lead remains tho same, but each
day that passes with neither Boston nor Brooklyn gaining brings the Phillies
that much nearer to tho pennant.
Victories in PiUsburRh Great Sctid-OIT for Phils
From now out there Is little use In figuring tho lead by games, as the Phils
realize Just what thoy must do to force the champions and Dodgers out of the
running. The team Is playing for an even break In the West, and has got a
wonderful start In winning two straight victories from tho Pirates, who have
been tho hardest team In the league for tho Phillies, barring Brooklyn.
Manager Moran Is beginning to clinch victories by playing percentage with
Ms pitching staff. That is why Mayer was kopt out of tho New York series
and sent ngalnst the Pirates and why Alexander was sont right In after Mayer
against tho Corsairs. Pittsburgh has been a notably poor curve-ball-hlttlng
team by reason of the fact that it Is composed of so many right-handed, freo
Bwlnglng batsmen, and In the last thtee seasons this team has been easy for
both Mayer and Alexander.
Hard-Earned Victory Found Alexander Strong at Finish
Moran realized that tho second successive victory over the Pirates would
have a great effect on both his own team and tho Corsairs, and counted upon
Alexander getting away with the game without extending himself enough to
prevent him from returning to tho mound on Thursday against the Cardinals.
As it happened, the Pirates proved much harder than was expected, and
Cooper, a southpaw, who has nover been very effective against the Phillies,
pitched one of his greatest games. As a result, it required 13 thrilling innings
before tho Phils finally got the verdict. It was a hard game and one that took
a great deal of Alexander's reserve strength, but the moral effect will moro
than make up for Alexander's absence from the mound for one extra day, In
case he is kept off the mound until Friday.
KAMA OUTRUNS HELD
IN MONTREAL SPRINT
SUBSTITUTE BOXERS FOR TONIGHT
Corf Volant Was Second and
Sir James Third at Dorval
DORVAL PARK. Can., Sept. U -Kama,
Cerf Volant and Sir James were the
hones to finish In order In the opening
race at 84 furlong today.
In the second event Greenwood won,
with J. D. Buggs second and Edith Olga (
First rite, puree 1100, all ages, Csnarllen
foaled, SH furlongs-Kama, fO, McCleary, IB 40, I
M.t and H.20. won; Srf Volant. JOT, Ourlev,
W.rtO and fl.SO. second, Sir Jwim, 111. .Martin,
4.SO. thlrt. Time, LOT 4-5. Flowery Land,
wishing Well, Mary Masters, pit Itogete.
Offertory, DUorcee HI and Sir Arthur alao ran
Second law. pure, for 2-year-oMe, S1 fur.
Inngs Oreenwood, lift, Haynes, 112 80, ri.!SO,
J4.10. won. J. U. Suggs, tin. Coleman. l,
$4 20, second: Edit Olga. 10T, Ural. $9. third
Time, J 00 2-5. ilaleswlntho. Memory, Im
mune. Corrr King, Marigold, Clara Morgan,
Happiness and Lnrkln alto ran.
Third race, IIOA 3-year-olds and up. mile
and TO ard Yartopcep, 109, Callahan. $4.o,
M. pi 40. won. Jo LMebold, IDT. Weatherbee.
M..1U, S2.40. Mi-ond Orperth. 108, Bmth, 2.4t,
third. Time. 1 n 3-5. Travtor. taller Boy,
Klamundy and Boxer also ran.
rourtn race, puree uw, 4-ear-oias ana up,
reuinc, mile ana to yard Harry muuer.
:uei;ermoit, sii.w, u ana .w, won
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1'44 3-fi. 1 If All l'cre.
i.iiiit!vria l.miikj. Tmvh, atMi ran.
Fifth race. $400. ,l-car-ol(te and up, selling,
mile and TO yarda St. Laserlan, W, Callahan.
J4.20, J.1.50. $1.10. won Shrewsbury, 1)9, Mc
bermott. I,,40. SS.20, second. Healer. 103, Mc
Cleary, I'l.fiu, third. Time. 1 44 2-3. AJax.
Kopje, Ajpeeslonata, Siierlock Holmes, Morde
ral and Twilight aim ran.
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Maifou Is Second and Southern
Star Third at 5
BELMONT PARK, N. T., Sept ll.-Ben-lamln
showed the way In the first race
et IVt furlongs here today and In doing
I so defeated a fast field of hores In 1:08.
J Maifou was second and Southern Star
1 In the second race Ben Quince romped
" to the fore, with Borax second and Brian
Boru third at the mile.
I The summary:
I First race, for 2-ytar-oldi. ielllng, purse
. V0, Wi furlongs, straight Benjamin, 102,
l'lts, o to 2. 7 to 10, 1 to a. won; Mattou, 104,
. Mpi'iiinv. t fo a. 2 tn r. out. second: Southern
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"et. 106, Collins. $T 00. 4 40, eecond; IUchsrd
.angdon, 111. Haynee, J5.1.6. third. lime.
At the Douglns Club, here, Nelson will fight In place of Johnny Mayo
in combat with Young Fulton, while Herman will take the place of
Duke Bowers against Willie Moody, at tho Palace Club, Norristown.
Mayo and Bowers are ill.
Eddie Burns, Example of Phils' Reserve Power
To show what the reserve strength of the Phillies is, and in a degree far
more than is generally credited, Eddie- Burns, substituting behind the bat until
Killefer returns to tho game, drove In the two winning runs with a slashing
single to centre. The tallies were made with two men out, another bit of
evidence that the Phils are never through until the last man has been retired.
Alexander was In trouble many times and was evidently off form, but he
had enough, reserve to stop the Pirates on several occasions when It looked as
If they were going to win. When It came to pitching In the pinches Alexander
was invincible and finished stronger than he started.
Moran Should Find Other Western Teams Easy
It would have been fine if wither Boston or Brooklyn, or both, had lost, but
Chicago and St. Louis offered little resistance, to the contenders. If thefee
Western teams play tho samo sort of ball against the Phillies there will be no
necessity for the local fans to worry. It Is the series In Chicago that is feared
by the Phillies, and the pitchers will be nursed for this string of games.
Recruits, Both Mack's and Rickey's, Show Good Form
The Browns won from the Athletics again. It was the third victory
over the Mackmen and the slxt,h game In succession that St. Louis has won.
The game was one-sided so far as the score was concerned, but there were
several striking features, and all things considered, it was a more interest
ing game than most of the contests played at Shibo Park recently.
The outstanding features were tho terrific batting of Derrlll Pratt, the
clever first-base playing of Blsler and the excellent pitching of Phillips and
Eccel, two recruits.
Sisler Looks Almost Like Another Mclnnis
Many poorly thrown balls and nasty bounding drives gave Sisler a chance
to distinguish himself, and he handled everything in great shape. Although
he is by no means as large as the average first baseman, Sisler, like Mclnnis,
seems to be able to reach farther than bigger men, and looks like a star
In. his new position. After the game. Manager Rickey stated that he thought
he would use Sisler 'at first base entirely in the future.
PhlWps, who won for the Browns, Is the youngster who was with the
fackmen for a brief trial a year ago. He was passed up and went to Wilkes-
'Barre, of the New York State League, where ho pitched great balj. He was
batted rather hard at times by the Athletics yesterday, but looked good, par
ticularly In, the pinches.
Many Recruits to Be Found in Athletics' Line-Up
Manager Mack's statement "that the recruits he is counting upon to form
his new machine have not yet reported to the team is suro to cause much
speculation among the fans. Mack has several youngsters out under optional
agreement; but aside fror "Shag" Thompson, the outfielder sent to Rich
mond, and Cruthers, local Jnflelder, who has been with Memphis, none of the
Macklan recruits has shown anything out of the ordinary In tho minor
Mack has been looking over the minor league field from time to time,
while Harry Davis and Ira Thomas have been scouting throughout the season
while the team has been on the road, and It is likely that some unknowns
Will be "pulled' on the fans in the closing- days of the race.
Mack Looking to Southern League for New Blood
It seems certain that Cruthers will get every opportunity to make good,
Jid he deserves the chance. When Cruthers was with the Mackmen last
tall he was looked upon as a sensational fielder, but a poor hitter. At Memphis
this season he has been hitting the ball in great style and is at the present
time the only .300 hitter In the Southern Association among those who have
This league is generally called "a pitchers' league," because of the star
hurlers, and Cruthers' work stands out prominently for this reason. Inci
dentally, It is safe to predict that Mack Is banking on this league to give
him at least three recruits who will make good from the Jump.
Dave Danforth, who once looked like a sensation when he was with the
'Athletics, broke the American Association strike-out record when he forced IS
Kansas City batsmen to fan In the first game of a double-header. Marty
O'Toole'a mark of n'scttWouts was the best previous mark. Danforth refused
to listen to Mack's advice or he would still be a star. He is pitching great ball
and is sure to come back to the majors this fall.
Malone Is learning to hit Into left field. When he has mastered this art, the
batting of the youngster will improve SO per cent. If he can hit .280, this lad
Is going to he a valuable man In Mack's building operation.
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It U particularly pleasing that Eddie Burns, a substitute catcher, should
come through with the blow that won. But Burns' greatest work Mnce Kille
fers Injury has been on the receiving. He has not made a bobble and the
manner In which he has handled the pitchers has won unqualified pralae from
tan and critic alike.
Who said the Braves was- a game ball club? How about the Phlla? There
were stages of the game yesturday that were heartbreakers, but Moran's men
were there with the goods.
WhteB, the Pirates were here they were well up in the race, though It was
I at the time that it was a typical minor league team, barring great pltchlntr.
few remarks brought forth caustic comment from several Pittsburgh
aM, Toay the Pirates are In seventh place, and Jt is an even money bet
.-Wfrk'tav JI easily pass them In the stretch.
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Reading Horse Wins 2:26 Event in
WEST CHESTER, Pa., Sept. 14. Three of
the four events were completed this after
noon at the Sheller track, but the pace n
marred when Dan Leary, Jr.. drIMnc Hush
llesure, and tho driver of Billy Aah got Into
a controeray when I-eary, claiming1 he had
been fouled on a turn In the drat heat and
walking off the track. I
2-25 trot, purse 1300.
Hilly Ash. b. g., Albert TV. Kline,
Reading, Fa 1 1 1
Sliver Klnir. blk. a., W. R. Armstrong,
Marahallton, Del 2 2 3
Jay Bel, b. h., Brooke Ludwlg, Doug-
lasvllle, Pa 4 3 2
Tho Delia Bell, b. m., Fred Gerhart,
agent, Philadelphia. Ta 3 4 4
Zomedra, b. m., J. K. Sparks, Phila
delphia, Pa 5 Sdr
Expo. H. N. O., C. A. Brown, Pott De
posit, Md 6 Odr
Time, 2.21'i, 2:22, 2.21U.
2 1" trot, purse .jo.
Al Lee, b. g A. Cummlnge, Head.
Ing, Pa 3 111
K. J. S, Mr. Quellch, Norristown,
Pa 2 4 3 2
Deed Tinker, b. h., F. L. Turner.
Hagerstown, Md 4 3 2 3
Leeman b". g., J. K. Sparks, Phila
delphia. Pa 5 2 4 4
Montferiis, br. g., James Bell, Phila
delphia, Pa, fl 5 S 3
The Pltrette, br. m., A II. Coxe,
Joaph!ne-the-areat, b. m.. Phoenix
f'arra, Phoenixvillo 7 ds
Time. 2UH,, 2 16, 2.17. 2-lTi.
Two-year-old trot, puree $300.
Peter Allen, h. b.. A. U. Coxe, Paoll, Pa. 1 1
Hattla Woolston. b r., Philip Welsen-
born. Mount Holly N. J , 2 2
Mrs. Watts, eh. f.. Glen Gable Tarm
Vj ebrooke, Pn. 3 3
Time. 2:a)K, 2.31'.
HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES
FOR OPENING TOMORROW
First race, for 3-ar-old and up, selling,
0 furlongs True as Steel, I20t, Lilly Orme,
110, Forum, 103: Canto, 10;): Ambrose. 110
Col. Ashmeade, 106; Sandmarsh. 112; Hiker,
101; Ada Anne. 100; Ben Lvy, 100; 'Briar
Path. 107; SlUer Moon, 10(1; Acton. 108;
Longfellow, 110. 'Striker, 105, Solon, 107
Second race, for 3-year-olds and up, steeple
chase, selllnc. about 2 miles Meshach, i37.
Rock Fish, 1.12; Surgeon. 130. Idle Michael
157, fAbdon. 142, Agon (formerly Free Trade).
117: Earl Light. 1 Ida Beck 132, Race
brook, lit- tJuverence, 117 Little Hugh, 147
Third race, for maiden 2-year-olds, condi
tions, S furlongs Rae B.. Ill, Redcloud, 114.
Belgian Trooper. 114, Remembrance. 111. Car
men. 111. Ocean Prince. 114, Traction 114
Bonnie Carrie, 111. Trend, 114. Last Chance,
114. Col. Matt. Ill, Oratcrlum, 114 Olelp
Fourth -ace. for 3-yeir-olds and up, the
Lecll Delling Stakes mile and 70 vards Sir
Win. Johrson, 10.1. 'Old Broom, 102, Harry
Shaw,- 11. Borgo. 07, Sarsanet. 04, Blue
Thistle. 116, 'Lahore, 10; Lady Teresa. 100
Yankee Notions. 113 'Distant Shore. W.
Partner, 111. Runes, 107,
nrtn race, tor z-year-oms, selling, a iur
lonts Royalist, 107, 'Scottish Knight. 103,
I'ffiisl. 1"K. Divan, 107, Recluse, 112, High
Horse. 112. Dr. Oremer, 109, 'Bessllen, 102;
Bob Redfleld. 10R; Jane Strath. W, Edna
Krnnj. 113. Important. 107. 'Edith Bauman.
102, 'Sen-la, 107.
Sixth race for 3-year-olds and up, selling,
mile and 70 yards Donald MacDonald, 100:
Co Ashmeade, 100. Lady Terressa, 108
Dr. Dueni.er, 107, Aita Herndon, W). 'Dr
Dougherty. 108: Early of Savoy, 100; Eagle.
105 'Volant 101.
'Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed,
tio pounds claimed.
EDITH W. LANDS RACE
AT LEXINGTON TRATR
15-to-l Shot Surprises Know
ing Ones in First
LEXINGTON. Ky Srpt. ll.-Edlth M.,
106 pounds up, with Jockey Stirling In the
saddle, upset calculations today by de
feating the first race field. Fifteen to
one was the price paid.
First race, 4-year-olds and up, fi furlongs
Edith V.. ion, Stirling, M1.40, $11. Co. M.70,
on. Korfhage. 108, Gentry, SS.40, 11.30.
second: Itonk Bill, 101. Williams, $11.20. third.
Time, 1.12 ;i-s. Charmeuee, Droll, Soslus, U
See It, Silver BUI also ran.
Second race, aj furlongs. 2-year-olds, selling-Checks,
110, Martin. $2.NO. J2.20, $2.10,
won; Franklin. 103. Keogh. $2.50, $2.40. sec
ond; Big Fellow, IDS, Acton, $2.40, third.
Time, 1:00 3-D. Taka. Bobs, Olga Ardent.
Ingot and Coaiack also ran.
Third race, rt furlongs. Hamburg Place, all
ages llradlev's Choice, 108, Cans, $0.40. f3.W,
out, won The Grader, 100, Mott, $1.M). out,
second Water Blofsom, 113, Martin, out, third.
Time, 112 1-3. Prince Hermls also tan.
YOUNG LEADS IN BIG
WESTY HOGAN SHOOT
Breaks 147 Birds in 150-Target
Practice Event at Atlantic
City Slear Shoots Well
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. Sept. 14.-T1U
cream of trapshooters of the country
competed today In the practice 150-target
event of tho Wcsty Hogan target tour
ney. J. S. Young was leading the big
field of nlmrods, registering 147 "breaks"
out of a possible quota of 130 clays. Storr,
a professional, was holding down second
place with 145 "kills."
Although the weather was hot for
shooting, a little breeze now and tjien
blowing In- from the ,sea gave temporary
The Colllngsnood, N J., shot, E. Fred
Slear, was pointing good, getting 141.
Philadelphia's reprpsentatives failed to
grab a place among tho top scorers dur
ing the early part of the shooting.
PENN ATHLETES WORK
IN TORRID WEATHER
Usual Football Training Stunts
Are Undergone- at Port
POUT DEPOSIT. Md Sept. 14. Al
though the morning was the hottest
since the team came here, the coaches
had tho men out for the regular length of
practice Tho first part of the morning
practice was taken up in teaching the
men to handle forward passes and punts,
Howard Berry excelled In this depart
ment, he being one of the best forward
passers Penn has had In a long time.
The tackling dummy arrived last night
and the coaches had the men practice
blocking, although they were not in togs.
A new rule this year, which prohibits a .
man using his feet, will make tho Penn
coaches change their system of block
ing. The old men will have to learn
almost over again. i
Nclll. the big candldato who reported
to the coaches for the line, is looking
good. He Is the fastest lineman on the
field although he weighs close to 200
pounds. Most of the men aro losing
weight so fast that the coaches have to
case up a bit on the work.
This morning all the backfleld men were
chased to the gymnasium, while the line
men were compelled to run around the i
track four or five times. p
Star. 09. Camr
J third Time, 1 0
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1 Second race, for 3-year-olds and up, selling,
with $500 added, mile Ben Quince, 107, J.
McTaggart, 5 to 1, 8 to 2, 3 to S, won; Borax,
03, darner, 8 to 1, 8 to S, 7 to 10, second;
Bryan Boru, 103, Mathews, 12 to 1, 8 to 1, 2
to 1, third. Time, 1:41 2-8. Sam 81ick, Rusila
and Santo also ran.
Third race, for 3-year-olds and up, selling,
t',00 added, mile Ouy Fisher, 118, Davlea. l
to 2, out, won; Song of Valley, 102, J. Mc
Taggart, 20 to 1, 4 to 1, 3 to 2, second; Beet
hoven, 107, Garner, 6 to 1. 6 to b, 2 to 8,
third. Time, 1:41 1-3. Coin and Napier also
Tourth race, the Nursery Handicap, value
M500. for 2-year-olds, 0 furlongs, straight
Whimsy, 10K, J. McTaggart, 11 to 2. 3 to 2,
3 to 3, won; Achievement, 114, Burllngame,
7 to 1, 2 to 1, 4 to 5, eecond; Chicle, 122,
Cotter, 0 to 20, out, third. Time, 1:11 4-5.
Plclone, Watercress II and Indian Chant also
Scton Hall Abandons Football
NEW YORK, Sept 14. Due to serious foot
ball accidents to students a ear ago that
branch of athletics has been banned by the
faculty of Scton Hall college, at South Orange,
N J. This announcement was made yesterdav
by the Hev John C. McClary. Mce president
of the college and athletlo director.
BLOSSOM, ELI GOLFER,
WINS COLLEGE CROWN
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Grant R. Pescock, of Princeton, piil?
much better golf on the lat Up f0r i!
intercollegiate championship, he ws n.
against me almost, impossible task ttm
vmiviiiiius uvuiwiuumk ieaa j- ti
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however, and won the second, fourth aaj ''I1
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uio a-icw nateu vuiie&e once morO hOUl
both the team and Individual titles.
Peacock had only one bad lans v..
being on tho long fourth, where he rotUal
into a pit short of the green and was boi9
out after talcing 3 whacks. The score wjj
approximated at 7. The card
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playing 36 holes of golf for several suc
cessive weeks and hts round of to4
plainly showed the need of a rest Bloi
torn, however, appeared to have stool
the strain of seven days' competltlvs
golf In excellent fashion. He Is a Junior
at Yale and has never before played In
this championship. The card follows.
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MONTREAL RACE ENTRIES
FOR MEETING TOMORROW
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First j ace. purse $400, 3-year-olds and up.
maidens, selling. 1 mile snd 70 yards 'Kn
durante. 07. 'Pin Money, fi7. Nellie Boots 102
Salvauor Queen, 102; Phil T.. 102 'Wild
Horse, 10V I.enavaal. 110; Emplar. 112.
Second race purse $400, .1-year. olds and up,
selling. 1 1-10 mlleu-'KopJe, 09; Mausolus,
10. Celebrity. 104, 'Mlmlss 10S: 'Burin, 10S;
Mli. Walsh, 108, Roland Pardee. 113, Laird I
o- Klrksldy. 113.
Third rsie, purse $400, 4- ear-olds and up
selling, .14 furlongs 'Inqulta, 111, 'Buela I
Welsh. 1C1; 'Vlley, 104 'Brandywine, 104,
Pmplnea, 104, iymerrlck, 100: Sprlngmass, ,
10. I.iirl 1fl. Frnntltr. 102 KliadnO- ion.
Lady London. 109: Coldcap, 109, Also eligible:
Muskmelen, 106, Huda's Brother, 106, 'Senator
Fourth rscs, $100, 3-year-olds and up, selling,
handicap, 1 mile and 70 yards Lady Spirit
uelle Oft, Fenrock, 104 CUffedge. 105, Aprlsa,
104. Fascinating. 106, Mudsill, 107; Klngboz,
Filth race purse $400. for 3-year-olds and
up. selling. 1 1-1A miles Single Toe. 101;
Sigma Alpha. 10V 'Kathleen II . 10S 'Weya
noSce. 111. Patty Began, 113, Abbotstord 11);
Charles F. Oralngsr. 113; Voladay. Jr 111.
Sixth rare, purse $400, Canadian foaled, 3-ymr-olda
and up, selling, 6 furlongs Divorcee
III. 00 Mona O, 111, 'Puritan Lsss. 118, Lady
Spendthrift. OS. Sir Arthur, 100 My Joe, lot,
Auster. 06. Hartley, 101, Bedpost. 102. 'Irlh
Heart. 103. Meissen. 101, Cornbrooro, 107.
Seventh race, rurse $400, 4-year-olds and up.
selling. SUi furlongs 'Minu Johnson, 101,
Colors. 101. Neville. 106. Commack, 100,
Lohengrin. 100, Sir Frstful 100; Rubicon II.,
10U; Oxer, 100. Sir Blaise, 100; Monty Fox.
100; Lavana, 100, Turkey Trot, 112 Also ellg.
Ibla Jewel of Asia, 106, King Cotton, 101;
Veils Baths, 106.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Regular Klaxon finish, all
black. May be installed either
outside or under the hood.
Bombardier Wells Promoted
CARDIFF, Sept 14.-Bombardlr Wells, the
hesvywelght pugilist, now In the British army,
has been promoted to sergeant major of the
20th Welsh Regiment.
H I B E PARK
Athletics vs. St. Louis
OAME CALLED AT I ISO V, M.
Note Kluon Qualify
Gaul, Derr & Shearer Gp,
J17 N. BROAD ST
Havre De Grace
September 15th to 30th
SIX RACES DAILY
Including a Steeplechase
Special Trains) Fenna. R. R., Ware Broad
St., Iti34 p. m. West rhUa., 11(38 p. fa
D. Jt 0 leave z(th & Chestnut 8ts 1:4J
Admission, Grandstand and Paddock,
$1.50. Ladies, $1.00
FIRST MACE AT tlSO P.
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