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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IAGEFIVB HOLIDAY BASEBALL TILTS Letlibridge feud Macleod baseball teams split honors evenly here yes- tei-day-; aracleod.grabbfid off the morn- ing tilt a score of 3 to 2, and tho afternoon entertainment "was cinched by the'.local .favorites by IS to tome In the course of these two engage- ments two 'pitchers were given a birth into the elect, tbe class of tbe iron men inhabited by Joe McGinnity and other noted baseball '.ights of the mound: Gorrill and Noble distinguish- ed themselves yesterday by pitching full games, and pitching them v.ell. Our own boy, Earl Gorrill, prov- ed to be of superior Iron. He pitched a mighty strong .game- in the morning, and though elected to lose it, that was no fault of hla, and his victorious rival, NoMe, had nothing on him in this pitchers' duel. In tbe afternoon, he and Noble were again, pitted against one another, GorrlU proved his superior .slaying pffwer by pitching a game equal, if not better than in the morning, while Noble proved fairly easy picking for tbe Letbbridgo bat- ters. The morning game was a peach, as the score attests. Letlibridge scored the first run. in the second innings. Green made the tally. He singled and Seidenbecker hit him in; 'Lefchbridge connected with Noble four times successfully in that innings, but only one run result- ed, an indication of the air-tight ball ilacleod wus playing. Murphy got on base on poor field- ing In centre, and after two men had strucK out, Baker hit safely, and scor- ed Macleod's first run, tieing the score. bethbridge threw tho game away in-.the sixth. Kelly got on by a fumble at short by Evans; Murphy followed with il single, and put Keily on third, stealing second .a moment later; Berg went cut on ajfcna left, Kelly being held on third; Lati- rner, next up, was easy picking; Balier came to bat with two on hnd two hit oh the ground to Seld- onbecUer, who threw low to first, the ball taking a hike to the bleachers, and letting Kelly ami, Murphy score. This put Macleod two runs to the good. The game 'went air-tight till the ninth, when Letlibridge came to bat, and started a rally that threatened to turn the Seidenbecker, f-rit up singled and got to second; next up, after-Gornll .went out, through the inClind, scoring Seiden- bceker, and In stretching his hit to an extra base was caught near tho bag. Brandow liit to Lee at first, and was rotired, ending the best contest that has graced Uie ball park this season. In the Afternoon Lethbridgo came back like a house afire in tho afternoon, and wolked through their. adversaries with ex- treme ease. Noble was no'puzisle for the local swatters, 'while Gorrlll L MEET AI ARMY OF ATHLETES IN ANNUAL TEST OF BRAWN AND MUSCLE ENGLISH CREWS BEATEN Medicine Hat, July 1 cham- pionship meet is said by those who have followed meets, to have t been the most successful ever held m Al- berta, and no few were broken, and one, the-220 yards running, equalled The Dominion standing high lump record was brok- en by the holder, R. S Sheppard, of Edmonton. Among the provincial rec- ords broken neie the half-mile (880 C. II. Weir, Medicine, ilat; 2, W. J. Pocoek, Edmonton; 3, F. Millar, Calgary. Time 2 miu. 8 3-5 seconds. Standing high S. Shep- pard, Edmonton 2, S. J. I'icrce, Edmonton. Height, 5 ft. 8 inches. Running broad R. Halibur- ton, Edmonton 2, C. H. Woir, Me- dicine Hat; 3, Hr. S. Sheppard, Ed- monton. Distance 21 ft. 51 inches. 16-Pound A. G. MacKin- Jfcokcr 3, E. Millian, all Hcnley-on-Tliames, July an English crew remained in the contest for' the Grand Challenge Cup, the 8.O.E. BADLY BEATEN The Taber football team out- claused tho Lethbrldge S.O.B. eleven yesterday at Taber. The wan G to 0. DIBBLE CAPTURES FIRST RACE DIAMOND SCULLS Henlcy-on-Thames, England, July Dibble, of the Don Rowing club of Toronto, amateur sculling champion of America, bear. F. P. V. Scruthon of the Vikings' club In Ineir the 220 yards running, run- tosh; a, Mmcr a Miman an ning broad jinny, running hop, stop I oMModrcino Hat. Distance 31 ft. 1 and jump, running high ]ump and j 129 yards hurdle lace. All contest- Mile Saich, Calgary; 2, ants expressed themselves as much'-I. Cuthbertson, Medicine Hat. Time pleased with thu condition of grounds 110 minutes 57 seconds, and facilities. 220 R. Haliburton, Ed- The Halters may he proud of one montou 2, H. S. Sheppard, Edmon- of their school principals, Mr rteir, j ton 3, S. j'. .Pierce, who broke two .records arid pioved Time 23 seconds. himself an athlete- of --great 'merit. Perhaps the most distinguished event was Sheppard's breaking .his own i3dmonton. high jump record, one which stand for years. Rouse, of Calgary, in winning tbe running high jump, gave a fine OFFICIAL SCORE 100 R. Haliburton 2nd, R. S. Sheppard 3rd, S. J. Pierce, all of Edmonton. Time, 10 3-5 sees. Junior 100 J t'ulll, 2, F. Rutherford 3, F. Millican, all ot Medicine Hat. Time 11 2-5 seconds Running high H. House, Calgary 2, R. Halibiirton, I5dmon- ton 3, R. S. Sheppard, Edmonton. Height 5 ft. 5J- inches. Junior 12-pound F. ililli- can 2, F. Rutherford 3, A. V. Cameron, all of Medicine Hat. Dis- Jance 32 feet inches. Running hop-stcp-and R. S. Sheppard, Edmonton 2, R. Hali- burton, Edmonton C. H. Weir, Medicine Hat. Distance 44 ft. 5J in. Five mile W. J. Poeock, Edmonton 2, W. W. Armstrong, Ed- monton 3, G. Coe, Medicine Hat, 31 chief event of the Royal Regatta, in the Diamond scu-13. Dibble min. 15 seconds. tcr the rowing of today's four hoats. I n-0n by three lengths in th; slow tim-j hop-slc'p-and-jump 1, J.jThe three trans-Atlantic Or 9min. 40sec. Yuill 2, K. Miilican all of Medicine I Winnipeg Rowing Club, the Union i Hat. Distance 38 ft. OJ inches. I Boat Club of Boston, and Harvard j ATTACHMENT ORDERED 120 Yard C. H. Weir, I well the Mayence Medicine Hat 2, H. Rouse, Calgary; Rowing Club ot Germany, were all E. Barton, Medicine Hat. Time victorious over their English oppon- 18 2-5 seconds. cnls. In tomorrow's semi-finals Har- Rouse at 19 seconds, ever, a 56-Pound 8 182 (Weir wins race .but record goes to Weir knocked U. Pearson, Calgary 2, R. S. Sheppard, Edmon- ton. Distance 19 ieet 9} inches. Pole Vault-1, W. J. Burn, Cal- gary 2, R. I-Inliburton, Edmonton 3, R. S. Edmonton. Height 9 ft. 9 in. Mile C. H. Weir, Medicine Hat 2, W. J. Pocoek, Edmonton 3, J. Cuthbertson, Medicine Hat. Time, 5 min. 11 seconds. 440 S. J. Pierce, Edmon- ton 2, tie between R. S. Jackson, Calgary, and J. A. Cameron, Medi- cine .Hat. Time 55 1-5 seconds. Mile relay Edmonton Y. M. C. A.; 2, Calgary" Y. M. C. A. Time, 4 min. 10 2-5 seconds. Bail Independents, Medi- cine 2, C. P, R., score S-5. .Five a side by Red- cliffe Callies over Medicine Hat Cal- lies. by Police over C. P. R. and Central Park teams. North Lethbridge Defeated Overseas Tuesday Night The line-ups. North Lethbridge Frier and Ness; Bryce, White and Holberton; Beveridge, E. Tennant, J. Tennant, Albert Gurr and'R. Ander- eon. Scott and Home; Harvey and Harper; Robert- son, Breeze, and Richardson. Referee: J. Gurr. Linesman.: W. Carter. It wag six of one. aid half a dozen of the other, according" to the expres- sions heard after the jame, and the general opinion was that the North- sidors were lucky to get the one goal scored m the game, gave them tbe vlctonr. The latter showed the test combination, and were almost continually peppering their adversar- ies' goal, but tho 'Seaa were usually there with the defence, and many a fine save was made by L-ush, who managed to keep his position in goal well before the eyes of the crowd. To- ward the end of the first half J. Te- nant drove a speedy one straight for the net, but it resulted In a corner. On the kick, 'which was placed-nicely, Albert Gurr emerged -from the dust with a goal to his credit, the only score made during the entire game. It came out of tho sorimmago, and it was difficult to see just how it hap- pened, but those who were betting that the U.'s were going to do the same thing four- times, were mighty glad it "was done. The Overseas rallied in the second, and for a time all was at the inouth of the Blues' goal, but the de- fence proved toe- great a barrier. The 'Seas "were slow on shooting, and many times a player could be seen dancing around tho campus with the ball, when, it should have been sailing goalwards. Home showed up strong oa the de- fence for the 'Seas, and the scooting waa done mostly by Breeze, Ereunan and McGinnis, while Richardson and Robertson played the game on the outside line. Harvey played his po- sition at half to a standstill. For the N. L. .the Tennants shone at driving tie ball toward the goal, and every man on the line play- ed good ball. Bryce, White and Hol- berton seemed always ready to change the direction of the pigskin w-hen call- ed upon, and executed some briWiant ibean 'work, whilft- Ness _and Frier, 1 though placed in' some pretty tight po- sitions, managed somehow to get to the ball in time. Dunlop, although not given very much to saved the shots that did get by the backs, and on one or two occasions gave the team's supporters something to cheer about.. _ The grandstand "was filled, and the enthusiasm was up to the standard. AFTERNOON GAME Maclcod Kelley, 2b. Murphy, If...... Berg, 3b. Latimer, ss. Baker, cl. A. Lee, c..... R. Lee, lb. Craven, rf. Noble, p......, Lethbridge Wray, AB. R. H.PO.A.E. Bombardier Wells Knocked Out Colin Bell in Second Round in London Ring London, June 30. Bombardier Wells, the English pugilist, knocked iout Colin Bell, an Australian boxer, in the second round at the OlympU 36 2 8 21 9 3 AB. R. H.PO.A.E. tho local swatters, while Gorrlll lf.......... pitched the same effective game that characterized his morning offering. Evans, ss......... In the first two- Innings the locals atorcil the game away, and in tho fourth added and in the eighth added seven for good measure. The morning encounter wna an ex- hibition affair and the afternoon game a regularly scheduled league' match; Ltthbridgc was lucky in winning ihc league match. A S-iO crowd saw the ami a crowd attended in the af- ternoon. For their part in the pro- ceo'ling Maclcod carried off approxi- mately S70. MORNING GAME Macleod AB. b.. 4 Murphy, l.f. Horg, 3rd b.., Lnthner, s.s.. r.f. A. Lee, c. R. Lee, 1st b. Craven, c.f. Nobio, p.... ...4 .1 3 4 4 Lethbrldgc c..... Rvans, s.s. Davios, 1st b. Green, l.f. Sold., 3rd b... Gorrlll, p Brundow, r.f.. Greeuw'd, c.f.. 'Simpson 34 AB. 3 I 4 4 .3 4 ,4 1 1 33 H. PO. A. B. 27 10 PO: A. 10 0 11 1 1 0 Sddi'nbecher, 3b. Gorrill, p......... Mur.roe, 2b. Parsons, cf. Simpson, rf. "tonight. The contest was heavyweight championship for of 0 g" w British empire, and was scheduled to go twenty rounds. Wells by his victory won and gained some of his lost prestige, for 'hile it was recognized that so far van! is pitted against Winnipeg and Boston against .Mayence. The Ger- man crew's time of seven minutes 22 was the best recorded, beat- ing Harvard's performance by fifteen econds. The. day's program opened with the first heat in the Grand Challenge Cup, between Winnipeg and Thames. This was won easily by the Cana- dians in 7 minutes, 55 seconds. Boston beat the London eight all the way in the next- heat of the same event. The Americans led by a length anil a half at the half distance and finished fresb, four lengths ahead, in seven minutes 48 seconds. In the next heat Harvard beat Le- ander, but did not have such an easy time as Boston. Leacder led at the start, rowing 39 to Harvard's 37 but Harvard went up level at the Island, where the crews were coming into tbe straight. Then Uic Ameri- cans took the lead and won in seven minutes 37 seconds. They finished fresh, while Leamler distress: The Mayence Rowing Club of Ger- mans-, beat Jesus College, Cam- bridge, in the fourth heat of the Grand Challenge cup three-quarters of a length in 7 minutes, 22 seconds, beating Harvard's time, by 15 sec- onds. Heiilcy-oh-Thnmes, July Winnipeg Rowing Club eight, of Can- ada, today defeated the Thames Row- ing Cliib in the first heat for the Grand Challenge cup at Hie Royal Regatta. Winnipeg.won by H lengths in 7 minutes and 55 seconds. E'. G. Williams, Vikings Cluo, beat G. C. Fripp, Agecroft Rowing 'in today's series in the diamond sculls. The Union Boat Club, of Boston, eight, today won by four lengths from the London Rowing Club in its heat in the Grand Challenge cup. The time was 7 minutes 48 seconds. Harvard University eight beat the Leander Boat Club in its heat in the Grand Challenge Cup. Jamts B. Ayer, of the'Union Boat Club, of Boston, was beaten by Gi- useppe Sinigagolia, of the Lario Club, Como, Italy, in his heat of the diamond sculls. The Italian won by three lengths in 9 minutes 30 seconds. WINNIPEG WON EASILY Winnipeg, going away at a stoke of 41 to the minute, led from the start and were a length ahead at the top of tbe Island. They were quite clear at.the quarter mile line and the race was practically all over at the half- way mark, when Winnipeg had a lead of one and one-half lengths. They reached the halfway mark in 3 min- utes 45 seconds, and continued to row comfortably ahead. Thames kept hard ns science was concerned he was in i for several minutes Oj P. position to meet-any heavyweight, j preliminary to the the Englishman kept cool and made excellent use of his superior science, several times stopping Bell with well j directed lefts to the face. In the sec-! Cmtmt to k lhcir- advanf ond round Bell sent to his knees........... with a swing to tbe jaw. No sooner was the'Englishmen back on his feet than Bell rushed again, expecting to finish, but the Bombardier landed a tsrriflic right to the point of tbe jaw, sending Hell to the boards, where be remained until counted out. Wells' victory was cheered by the big crowd I roc': Iv- aSain risked as a cutter, A lcngths, Winnipeg paddled easily m NEW SHAMROCK SHOWS A CLEAN PAIR OF HEELS Torquay. England, June ON JOHNSON'S PROFITS Paris, France, June courts have authorized an attachment ag- ainst "Jack" Johnson, the heavyweight champion pugilist, on claims by two creditors for francs (S3500) and francs respective- ly, provided no appeal is entered with- in a fortnight. The alleged creditors claim that were to receive these amounts out of the stake wim by Johnson ill his fight on Saturday night. MRS. LARCOMBE WINS AT WIMBLEDON Wimbledon, July Larcombe today defeated Miss B. Ryan .of Cali- fornia, in the final round of tbe ail- comers' ladies' lawn tennis singles championship by two straight sets, 6-3, C-2. Mrs. Larcombe, who. was champion In 1912, meets tbe holder, Mra. Lam- bert Chambers, for the title. LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBRIPGE. UNITED F.C. Alt players of the above club are urgently requested to turn, out for training at the Bayley street school on Friday evening at 7.30 p.m. prompt. The committee is also requested to be on hand.................. NATIONAL Philadelphia 7, Boston 2. Philadelphia 5, Boston 0. Cincinnati 0, Chicago 7. Pittsburg 1, St. .Louis 5. Brooklyn-New York, rain. TUESDAY'S GAMES St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 0. Chicago 5, Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia 5, Boston 4. Boston 4, Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN New York 4, Washington 7. All other games postponed, rain. TUESDAY'S GAMES Boston 5, Philadelphia 3. Washington 2, New York 1. Cleveland 8, St. Louis 3. St. Louis 5, Cleveland 0. Detroit 8, Chicago 1. FEDERAL St. Louis 7, Kansas City 4. Buffalo 5, Brooklyn 7. Other games postponed, rain. WESTERN CANADA First game- Calgary 0 10 3 Medicine Hat ...................1'3 14 2 Russell and Kuhn Lind and Bliss- Second Calsary 41 15 15 27 11 2 on balls, off Noble C, off Gorrill 3. Struck out, by Noble his frequent defeats led to the opin- ion that he lacked stamina, backbone and nerve necessary to make him a first class fighter. But the form he big fight I Medicine Hat- U 18 day decisively defeated her older' sis- Kuta LCemlC? ter in a good, wholesome breeze over J was a twenty-round bout between ja course of IS miles to windward and Harry Stone of America and Johnny 5, by Con-ill fi. Two-base bits, Kel- iey, Simpson. Three-base hits, H. Lee, Parsons. Stolon bases, B. Lee, Seidenliccher, 2. Score by t Australian champion has again cans- mers. ed him to be numbered among the j Anion" Summers of England. It was a fast contest, but ended in a draw. Stone Sum- tonight against the rugged j hil.d twice previously defeated' Maclood Lcthhrtdge Oil 2 ........140 7 27 12 for Greenwood, In seventh. on halls, off Gor- rill 2, off Noble 3.-Two base hits, Lee, ...Struck out, by Gorrill in, by Noble 8. Huns by ooo 102 BONEHEAD PLAY BY GAGE Calgary. Ball Player Who Patted Home-Run Hitter on tional Commission Rules .Medicine Hat, Alia., .July dent Flaming or the Baseball league, has called a rnoctisg of the league, to be held in .this city j on Saturday afternoon', July 4, when I by the president, who successfully tho question' of splitting tho season 'defended them against Skips Pelts and other matters will bo discussed. jlciivcncy. Skips Clark ami Aii- The question', o! n split lias been ams arc nrxl in ijnc their cha.1- broaohod by a couiile'of the clubs, and j (01. the and -two the crowd that filled tbe vast arena were many fashionably attired women, who displayed great interest In tbe opening round Bell used rush ing tactics, making play for Bom- in ths lighting, and were quick to ap- bardier's weak spot, his stomach, but plaud any fast exchange. Lawn Bowlers Had Splendid Day of It The bowling enthusiasts and an in-j J. Rc-itl lot of spectators enjoyed Scott splendid game of bowls on the greens in Gait Gardens oi, the holiday. gyt" S t Every game was keenly ...specially tbe two challenge games IT. Scott for the championship buttons, donat- W- Scott J. A. Rr-icl J. Mcllvena Skip ............II J. Owens- M. Wbiddington J. Aird nr. Crngg Dr. Marrs Dr. Marrs Skip ..15 it will bo threshed out at the meeting, 'good stiff games are on program Ilcv. Cohhlcnick ..The president today received a re-1 sonlc Of these long, cool evenings. S. Adams ......010 000 lio.rU port from the ..National Commission, to whom1 the protest of the Ca-lgary club on tho ICdraonton-Calgary game of Juno when Umpire Wheeler called Vivian out oh Gitge's interfer- ence, was submitted. The decision of1 tho umpire la upheld 'by tho com- inlaEion. "Onge Bulled what Is known In base- ball as a' bonolicad aayo ino re- Hero's how the games camc.out yes- terday Skip .............38 J. Aird K. Stewart Dr. Marrs Dr. Marrs Skip ..............14 Cniton McMillan E. Sbarman S. Kirkbam CInrk Skip ..............19 WEEKS PUT UVANNI AWAY IN SECOND ROUND Feniic, July thc scheduled Uvanni, of Home, N. Y., which look flflMn-roum) hosing contest between Billy.Weeks 0.1 and 'bee in the I'Vrnie arena tonight, Uvanni vns no mntch for Keeks and. vff'A knocked- ttub UK second round. back. At the outer mark tbe chal- lenger for America's cup led by 22 minutes, which she increased to ba'if an hour in a dying breeze on the run home, when the older craft abandoned the contest. This evening Sir Thomas Upton, and Charles E. Nicholson, designer of the Shamrock TV., were the suests of the mayor ot Torquay at a public banquet at which Sir Thomas was pre- sented witli. a handsome cup. CANADIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM NOMINATED New York, N.Y., June today nominated the team of four tennis players that will represent the Dominion in the Davis cup matches.. The nominations were received by R. D. Wrenn, of the Davis cup committee, by telegraph from Toronto. The mes- sage read: "Names of Canadian Davis cup team are: Powell, Sqhwengers of Victoria, B.C.; Mayers of Winnipeg, and Slier- well of B. Poweil and D.' P. Sch'wengers played In. the Davis cap matches of last y.ear. Wrenn also received a cablegram from France, saying that the French team would positively come to this country If It defeated Great Britain In the preliminary ties tit Wimbledon. AFTER WHEELER IN EDMONTON Wallace Wheeler wns hounded by n mob of baseball fans at Edmonton on Tuesday and had to make hie get-away lit an automobile, ills''UH'I- v First game Moose Jaw 4 0 0 Edmonton 2 5 0 Kurfess and Kraft and Lc- Second game Moose Jaw 361 Edmonton 373 Feet, Harrali and Wally Chapman, Kraft, Gregg and Lemiellx. First game- Saskatoon 032 Rcjina 2 (i 2 -Uecr and Walters Ryan and Net- yell. Second game- Saskatoon Rejina Cadreali and Walters Rhode, Ber- gcr and Netze.H.. WES CAN TUESDAY'S GAMES Calgary 4, Medicine Hat 3. Regina 5, Saskatoon-0. Moose 7, Edmonton 1. LIVELY AFFAIR Lake was the scene of one of the gayest gatherings ol tho day. Thc Aquatic club, which last year staged so many popular regattas, supplied tbe entertainment, and there was a large crowd to witness the racing and novelty water events, there were eleven events, and the en- tries in each one were just numerous enough to make things interesting. The lake was dotted with canoes, sail boa'ls and skiffs during thc en- tire afternoon. Tbe officers in charge were Com- modore, C. A. Smith judge of course, W. V. Poapst; starter, J. W. Bawdcn judges of races R. T.. rlrymner, H. Macbeth and C. B.. Bowman- The course was directly in of the pavilion and tbe Aqua- tic club boathpuse. The e'vents with :Iie winners follows 1. Tail end Crawford ;i2, 3. Sherlock. 2. Crabb skiff E. Butler 2, C. Butler. 3. Mixed tandem Craw- :ord and Miss M. S. Butler 2, C, Sherlock and Miss Downer, Single E. Butler; 2j C. Butler. Double Crawford and P, Bawden 2, Ridpath and Clarke. 6; Rowing race, (2 men 1' oaS Butler Bros.; 2, Horna Bros. 7. Single Crawford I 2, larke 3, Sherlock. 8. Double mixed C. Butlen and Miss A. M. Butler 2, F. Horna and Miss Garrison. Ridpath and Sherlock j 2, Clarke and Crawford. 10. Upset Crawford 2 appears that the material was ..not available for the game, and It bad to lie called off. was fouvtul, 'tis said. 2 1 1 1! 1 B 5 2 3223 5335 6644 4476 8 88 -7. 7 7 Brn. Distanced Calgary, Alta., July Old Sol beaming down in glorious style, a, traolt which was as last as the horse- men could wish, and k field of horses that has never been equalled in West-, era Canada, the Calgary Induatriai Ex- hibition races got to a fine start yesterday afternoon. jramme, of races was carried off with- out a hitch; there were no sensation- al nor any serious-ac- cidents. It. .iffas Just., an. noon of Ideal racing. The pari mutuel -which, have entirely superseded the bookies, the touts and their attendant influ- ences, did a thriving business, over passing through the machines, all of which will remain in. Calgary, and be spent here. As Fred Johnson, one of the best known'and most popular horieniea in, Western Canada said, folio-wing 'air In- dian race, which waa evening: "Those.machines have mada. every race an Indian race. Thwe la no framing up; no fixing and no Bura1- things. Every race is a race, with tbe drivers and rldere going out to win, just as many beats or races as pofl? sible." First P'ce op Troti I2M Hal Chief.. Joe McGregor.. Lamona.. ..i Hal Stewart..... Lady Goo-Goo.....-; The Co.......... ..i i. Clara Baronateln Doc Quirk. McAblo.. Time: 2-.16U, Second Pace o'r Trot, Purse Red Wood Wilkes 3 Dean Swift........ 9 Lady Halford 1 Hal Mapes........12 Tim Stewart......... 4 Scarlet Trent...... 2 Tim Hill S Argot Wood .6 Hal Mac.......... 7 Courtney..........10 Distanced Time: Third 'our furlona'. Purse Woig-bt" 118 Belle 11? Lines US Beautiful Red scratched. Fourth five Purse Field 12s Favorite 114 Also ran: Kuby H. Hrany, Ru- via imperial Princess. Time, Fifth ft-mlle. Purse 5700 Phillsthoi-Be 104 Also Spprtlne Life, Burl, Commerce, Scrimmage, Simp- solla, Conflagration, Filterfoot, Kranl! Fletcher. Time, Sixth Running, six Purte t3M ?f? Adams S t 1 5 3 3 6 7- 4 2 2 4 f> 6 7 9 11 S. 9 7 4 6 7 0 Dottio Also Trlite, MOBS Hose. Qod- dots of Mom, Tnnwngo, Convent Bell', ;