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July 21-Battling Levinsky defeated Porky Flynn, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

July 24-Tom Kennedy, America, defeated Max Robert, France, five rounds, stopped, Paris, France. Jack Dillon K. 0. Joe Mace, three rounds, Muncie, Ind.

July 26-Georges Carpentier, France, defeated Kid Jackson, America, four rounds, F., Bor. deaux, France.

August 1-George Chip defeated Ed Petroskle, twenty rounds, R. D., San Francisco, Cal. Jimmy Clabby, America, K. o. Dave Smith, Australla, one round, Sydney, New South Wales.

August 5-Joe Jeanette deleated Jim Johnson, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
August 7-Charley white defeated Joe Azevedo. eighteen rounds, stopped. San Francisco, Cal.
August 11-Leach Cross defeated Joe Rlyers, twenty rounds, R. D., Los Angeles, Cal.

August 12—Sam Langford deleated Jim Johnson, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. Mike Gibbons K. 0. Freddy Hicks, nine rounds, Columbus, Ohio.

August 14-Mike Gibbons defeated Billy Walters, six rounds, R. D., Chicago, III.

August 18-Battling Levinsky defeated Fred Fritts, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Jimmy Murphy defeated Grover Hayes, seven rounds, stopped, Hammond, Ind.

August 19- Battling Levinsky defeated Bartley Madden, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. Battling Nelson defeated Cliff Ford, six rounds, R. D., Sault Ste Marie, Mich.

August 25-Sam Langford K. 0. George Cotton, four rounds, Boston, Mass.
August 31---Battling Levinsky K. 0. Jack Nevins, two rounds, Far Rockaway, New York City.

September 7-Leach Cross defeated Johnny Tillman, ten rounds, R. D., Hudson, Wis. Jim Flynn K. O. AI Norton, six rounds, Kansas City, Mo. Joe Rivers defeated Willie Beecher, twenty rounds, R. D., Los Angeles, Cal. Charley White K. 0. Dan O'Brien, one round, Denver, Col. Mike Gibbons defeated George (Knockout) Brown, ten rounds, R. D., Benton Harbor, Mich.

September 14Kid Williams defeated Louisiana, six rounds, P. V.

September 18 George Davis defeated Battling Levinsky, ten rounds, P. V., Buffalo, N. Y. Joe Mandot defeated Ad Wolgast, ten rounds, P. V., Milwaukee, Wis.

September 21-Mike Gibbons defeated Bill McKinnon, ten rounds, R. D., Covington, Ky.

September 28- Kid Williams K. 0. Kid Herman, four rounds, Philadelphia, Pa. Jack Dillon defeated Frank Mantell, twelve rounds, P. V., Columbus, Ohio.

September 30_George Chip K. 0. Billy Murray, four rounds, San Francisco, Cal.
October 1-Sam Langford and Joe Jeanette drew, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
October 4 Joe Mandot defeated Joe Rivers, twenty rounds, R. D., New Orleans, La.

October 6-Leach Cross and Walter Mohr drew, ten rounds, P. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sam Langford K. O. Colin Bell, Australia, four rounds, Boston, Mass.

October 7-Al Reich defeated Tom Kennedy, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.
October 9--Battling Levinsky defeated Gunboat Smith, ten rounds, P. Y., New York City.
October 12- Joe Rivers defeated Frankie Russell, eight rounds, R. D., Memphis, Tenn.

October 13-Al McCoy K. O. Willie Lewis, Ave rounds, New York City. Gilbert Gallant defeated
Leach Cross, twelve rounds, R. D., Boston, Mass.
October 20 Sam Langford K. 0. Gunboat

Smith, three rounds, Boston, Mass. October 27-Kid wmiams defeated Dutch Brandt, ten rounds, P. V., New York City. Freddie Welsh defeated Matty Baldwin, twelve rounds. R. D.,

Boston, Mass.
October 30Battling Levinsky defeated Fred Fritts, ten rounds, P. V., New York City.

November 2-Freddie Welsh defeated Ad Wolgast, eight rounds, stopped, Wolgast broke bone in his right hand, New York City.

November 9 Mike Gibbons defeated Young Mike Donovan, six rounds, stopped, New York City. November 10-Al McCoy and Soldier Bartfield, ten rounds, D., P. V., New York City.

AMATEUR BOXING. Amateur Athletic Union Championships. Boston, Mass., April 18. Result of Finals: 108pound class-Johnny Downs of Cleveland defeated Leo Elvin of New York, three rounds. 115pound class-Steve Phillips of Boston defeated Harry McLatchy of Cambridge, three rounds. 125-pound class-Vincent Pokorol of Cleveland defeated J. J. Sullivan of Boston, three rounds. 135-pound class-Dick Stosh of Cleveland defeated William Buckley of Chelsea, three rounds. 145-pound class-Max Woldman of Cleveland defeated Patrick McCarthy of Boston, three rounds Judges disagreed: referee's decision). 158-pound class-W. Barrett of New York stopped Charles J. Seegest of Cleveland, one round. 175-pound class---W. Hanna of Toronto stopped Arthur Sheridan of Brooklyn, two rounds. Heavyweight class-Patrick Kelley of Boston defeated Arthur Sheridan of Trinity Club, Brooklyn three rounds.

New York State Championships, held at the Crescent A. C., Brooklyn, N. Y., April 9. Result of Finals: 108-pound class-Bert Weil, St. Bartholomew A. C., defeated Louis Wellman, unattached, in three rounds. 115-pound class-I. Selzer, unattached, defeated G. W. Schroeder, Union Settlement A. C., on points in three rounds. 125-pound class-Johnny Nugent, unattached, defeated M. Schwenger, Pastime A. C., on points in three rounds. 135-pound class-W. Smith, Bronx Church House, stopped D. Jorio. Greek-American A. C.. in two rounds. 145-pound class August Ratner, Y. M. H. A., deleated J. Tiplitz, Educational Alliance, in three rounds on points. 158-pound class-W. Barrett. Pastime A. C., stopped J. Gaddi, St. Bartholomew A. C., in two rounds. 175-pound clasg--Arthur Sheridan, Trinity A. C., stopped G. Greundler, Union Settlement A. C., in one round. Heavyweight class---Arthur Sheridan, Trinity A. C., knocked out Tom Kellog. Washington Heights A. C., in one punch.

Metropolitan Championships, held at the New York A. C., March 28. Results: 108-pound class, Onal round-Leo Elvin, Union Settlement A. C., won by dela ult: all other entrants over weight. 115-pound class, semi-final round-Gus Mass, Glencoe A. C., defeated John Berese, Pennant A. C.. judges' decision; P. Franchini, Trinity Club. defeated B. Weil, St. Bartholomew A. C., referee's decision. Final--Franchini got decision over Mass. 158-pound class, semi-Onal round-A. Kaufman, Trinity Club, defeated L. Bernstein, Sheridan A. C., stopped by referee in third round; W. Barrett, Pastime A. C., defeated J. Gaddie, St. Bartholomew A. C.. Judges' decision. Final--Barrett beat Kaufman, bout stopped by referee in second round. 125-pound class, final round-E. Kothe, St. Bartholomew A. C. defeated M. Schwinger, Pastime A. C., judges' decision. 135-pound class, Anal round-W. Smith, Bronx Church House, defeated J. Sheridan, Trinity Club, judges' decision. 145-pound class, Anal round-J. Tiplitz, Educational Alliance, defeated E. Nugent, unattached, in two rounds. 175-pound class, final round-W. Spengler, Union Settlement A. C., stopped A. Sheridan, Trinity Club, in second round. Heavyweight class, final roundW. Spengler, Union Settlement A. C., defeated Bud Kenney, Franklin A. C., judges' decision.

Central Amateur Athletic Union Championships, held at Cleveland, Ohio, January 10 and 16. 115-pound class-Won by Art. Root,. Cleveland. 125-pound class-Won by Eddie Brown, Cleveland. 135-pound class - Won by Dick Stosh, Cleveland. Middleweight class-Won by Dan Hayes, Chicago, 155-pound class--Won by Max Woldman, Cleveland. Heavyweight classWon by Andrew Hagan, Cleveland.

PUCILISTIC CHAMPIONS AND RECEIPTS. ALL attempts to designate and classify the pugilistic champions and title holders are more or less arbitrary because of the fact that few such champions won and defended the championships at the same weight. Among the lighter weight boxerg It is not at all unusual for a pugilist to be forced from one class into the next higher by growth and increased weight. The following list, dating from 1890, is generally accepted by critics and boxers as being the correct classification, although holders did not always win title from previous champions:

HEAVYWEIGHTS (over 158 lbs.)—1890-1892, John L. Sullivan; 1892-1897, James J. Corbett; 1897-1899, Robert Fitzsimmons; 1899-1906, James J. Jeffries; 1906-1908, Tommy Burns; 1908-1914, Jack Johnson.

MIDDLEWEIGHTS (158 lbs.)—1890-1897, Robert Fitzsimmons; 1897-1907, Tommy Ryan; 19071908, Stanley Ketchel; 1908, Bill Papke and Stanley Ketchel; 1908-1910, Stanley Ketchel; 1911-1913, claimed by Frank Klaus, Mike Gibbons, Ed McGoorty and Geo. Chip: 1914,

M. Gibbons and E. McGoorty WELTERWEIGHTS (145 lbs.) – 1890-1893, no recognized champion; 1894-1896, Tommy Ryan; 1896-1897, Kid McCoy; 1898-1900, Billy Sunith; 1900, Rube Ferns; 1901, Matty Matthews and Rube Ferns; 1901-1904, Joe Walcott; 1904-1908, Dixie Kid; 1908-1912, no legitimate claimants.

LIGHTWEIGHTS (133 lbs.) – 1890-1894, Jack McAuliffe; 1894-1899, Kld Lavigne; 1899-1902, Frank Erne; 1902-1908, Joe Gans: 1908-1910, Battling Nelson; 1910-1911, Ad 'Wolgast; 1912. Ad Wolgast and Willie Ritchie; 1913, Willie Ritchie; 1914, Freddle Welsh.

FEATHERWÉIGHTS (122 lbs.) – 1890-1892, no recognized champion; 1892-1897, George Dixon; 1897, Solly Smith: 1898, Solly Smith and Dave Sullivan; 1898-1900, George Dixon; 1900-1901. Terry McGovern; 1901-1904, Young Corbett; 1904-1908, Tommy Sullivan; 1908-1911, Abe Attell; 1911-1914, Johnny Kilbane.

BANTAMWEIGHTS (116 lbs.)-1890-1892, George Dixon; 1892-1894, no recognized champion: 1894-1898, Jimmy Barry; 1898-1901, no recognized champion;

1901-1903, Harry Forbes: 1903-1905, Frankie Nell; 1905-1907, no recognized champion; 1907-1913, Johnny Coulon; 1914, Kid Williams.

LARGEST GATE RECEIPTS OF BOXING.

Gate DATE. Winner.

Gate
Loser. Place.

DATE
Winner.

Loser. Plsce.
Receipts

Receipts. July 4, 1910. Johosun..... Jeffries ..... Reuo, Nev $270,785 Oct. 16, 1909 Johnson... Ketchel..... San Fran. $39,800 Sept. 3, 1906. Gans.. Ne soil ...... God?d,Net 69,715 Mar. 95, 1904 Britt Corbett. San Fran. 32,245 Dec. 96, 1908. Johnson. Burus. Sy'y, Aus. +67,500 July 05, 1902. Jeffries...... Fuzsimm ns San Fran. 31,800 Nov. 3, 1899.Jeffries..... Sharkey..... New York. 61,300 Mar. 11, 1897. Fitzsimmons Corbett.... Carson.

27.000 Aug. 14, 1903. Jeffries.. Corbett San Fran. 63,340 Nov. 15, 190!. Jeffries...... Ruhlin. San Fra. 90,500 Aug. 30, 1900. Corbett.... New York. 56,350 Sept. 9, 1903.X-Ison... Britt.

San Fran, 97,175 D-c. 94, 1904. Nelson...... Britt Colma,Call 4,311 Oct. 31, 1904. Britt

Gans... San Fran. 21.161 Sett. 7, 1892.Corbett Sullivan, X.Orleans 445,000 Aug. 26, 1904. Jeffries.. Monroe

San Fran

91.760 Mar. 8, 1893. Fitzsimmons Hall

1.Orleans 40,000 Dec. 2, 1896. Sharkey Fitz-immons, San Fran. 91,00 Feb. 99, 1910. Wolgast..... Xelson... San Fran.

87,750 Mar. 31, 1903. Corbett.. MeGovern... San Fran. 90,880 * Purse $25,000 and $10,000 & side. Estimated.

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HARNESS HORSE RACINA.

WORLD'S TROTTING RECORDS.
DISTANCR.
Name.

Place.

Date.

Time. 1 mile (world's record)... Oblan

Lexington, Ky.
Oct. 9, 1913

1.54%
in a race.,
Hamburg Belle... No. Randall, Ohio... Aug. 25, 1909

2.01% on half-mile track. Uhlan*

Goshen, N. Y
Aug. 24,1911

2.09% 1 " by a stallion The Harvester Columbus, Ohio.

Sept. 82,1910

2.01 gelding .... Ublank....

Cleveland, Ohio.
Aug. 12,1910

1.58%
mare
Lou Dillon
Memphis, Tenn. t. Oct. 24,1903

1.58% (with runn'g mate) Ayres P.*, Kirkwood, Del. (kite) July 3. 1893

2.034 hy a yearling Airdale..

Lexington, Ky
Oct. 2,1912

2.15% two-year old.. Peter Volo... Lexington, Ky..

Oct. 6,1913 " three-year-old Peter Volo.. Lexington, Ky

Oct. 6,1914

2.0312 " four-year-old. Etawah Columbus, Ohio.. Sept. 28, 1914

2.03% five-year-old Lou Dillon Memphis, Tenn.t. Oct, 24,1903

1.58% six-year-old Lon Dillon Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 11,1904

2.01 1" to high wheel sulky Major Delmar* Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 20.1904 1 Peter Billiken. 1. Goshen, N. Y...

Aug. 30,1914

2.144 Best 2 lients Hamburg Belle.. No. Randall, Ohio Aug. 20.1909

2014 3 Etawah. Lexington, Ky

Oct. 8,1914 2.03% 2 miles The Harvester Lexington, Ky..

Oct. 13,1910

4.154 Nightingale Nashville, Teim, (reg.).. Oct. 20.1893 3

6.55% 1 . Minneapolis, Minn. July 1,1845

7.1619 Bertie R 4 Blackpool, England + Sept.11.1899

9.88 1 Senator L... San José, Cal. (reg.).. Nov. 3,1894

10.12 5 Bishop Hero. Oakland, Cal, (reg.).. Oct, 14,1893

12.30% S Pascal

New York, N. Y. (reg.) Nov. 9.1893 10

26.15 Controller San Francisco, Cal. (reg.) Nov. 23,1878

27.234 20 Capt. McGowan ... Boston, Mass, (reg.)... Oct. 31,1865

58.25 20 Gen. Taylor San Francisco, Cal...... Feb. 91.1857

11.47.59 50"

Ariel'..
Albany, V. Y..

May 5. 1846

3 56 40% Conqueror" Centreville, L. I.

Nov. 12,1853

8.55.53 Trotting--To Wagon. 1 mile (against time). Lon Dillon* Memphis, Tenn.t. Oct. 38, 19081

2.00 Uhlan

Cleveland, Ohio.... Aug. 8,1911 1 in a ruce. Lou Dillon Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 21, 1943

2.00% Best 2leats. Lou Dillon.. Memphis, Tenn.

Oct. 21, 1903
Best 3 heats.

Hopeful.
Chicago, ini.

Oct. 12,1878 9.1644 2.17 2.17 2 miles.

Pelegon..
Belmont. Phila..

Oct. 20.1909 3

Ed. Bryan.....
Point Breeze. Pbila, Nov. 8,1905

7.30%
Ed. Bryan.
Philadelphia, Pa... Aug. 92.1907

13.03 10 Julia Aldrich. San Francisco, (al...... June 15,1859

29 04% 20 Controller...... San Francisco. Cal...... April20,1878

58.57 Against time. Paced by runner to sulky carrying wind or dust shield, runner preceding trotter. Half mile track.

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DISTANCE.
Name.

Place.

Date.

Time. * mile.....

Dan Patch.
Memphis, Tenn.
Oct. 27,1903

. 56 mile... Dan Patch. St. Paul, Minn, t.

Sept. 8.1906

1.55 1 by & stalliou)... Dan Patch

St. Paul, Minn, f.
Sept. 8,1906

1.95 1 by a gelding Prince Alert* New York, N. Y. Sept. 23, 1903

1.57 1 in the open..... Directum I. Columbus, Ohio.... Sept.30, 1914

1.58 1 by a mare. Dariel.... Memphis, Tenn.. Oct. 24,1903

2.004 1 (half mile track)..Dan Patch. Allentown, Pa... Sept. 21.1908

2.02 in a race. Directum , Columbus, Ohio

Sept.30, 1914

1.58 yearling tilly. Present Queen" Lexington, Ky.

Nov. 1,1911

2.20% yearling colt.. Frank Perry. Lexington, Ky.

Sept. 12.1911

2.15 1 two-year-old

Directly
Galesburg, 111..
Sept. 20,1894

2.07%
| Fleta Jiillon
Lexington, Ky.
Oct. 6.1909

2.0437 1 three-year-old Anna Bradford.. Columbus, Ohio. Sept. 29,1914

2.0095 1 four-year-old ... William Grand Rapids, Mich. Ang. 5.1914

2.00 1 high-wheel sulky. Dan Patch. Macon, Ga.t

Nov. 341,1903

2 0434 2 miles..

Dan Patch..
Macon, Ga.t...
Nov. 30, 1903

4.17 Joe Jefferson Knoxville, Iowa (reg. ). Nov. 6.1891

7.334 3

1 James K. Polk.... Centreville, L. I. (reg.).. Sept. 13,1847 4 Joe Jefferson Knoxville, Jowa (reg. )... Nov. 13,1891

16.10 5 Fisherman. San Francisco, Cal. (reg.) Dec. 19,1874

13.0346 Best 2 heats.

Directum I. Columbus, Ohlo.. Sept. 30.1914 1.58 2.00 3

William...
Grand Rapids, Mich... Aug. 5,1°142.00% 2.00

2.0242
To Wagon.
DISTANCE,

Name.

Place.

Date.

Time. umile (against time).. Dan Patch Memphis, Tenn....... Oct. 27,1903

1.57% 1 in a race Angus Pointer. Memphis, Tenn.

Oct. 20,1904

2.04 2 miles.

Young America. 3 Longfellow... Sacramento, Cal. Sept. 7,1869

7.53 Longiellow. San Francisco, Cal. Dec. 31,1869

10.4245 6 Lady St. Clair.. San Francisco, Cal... Dec, 11,1874

19.514 Best 2 heats

Edith W.
Memphis, Tenn..... Oct. 22,1902

2.05341 Best 3 heats

Johnston....... St. Paul, Minn. Sept. 16.1887 2.164 2.15% 2.15%

By a Team. 1 mile.......

Geo. (ano.......

::}|Columbus, Ohio......... Oct. 1, 1912 .... 2.02 *Againsttime. Paced by runner to sulky carrying a wind or a dust shield, the runner preceding the pacer.

RESULTS OF IMPORTANT RACES. (Figures denote position of winner in heats, followed by times of heats.) July 22, Cleveland, Ohio-The North Randall, second, Palmer De Forest third. Best time2.20 trot: value $5,000: Sienna 3, 2, 1, 1, 1; Mar- 2.09 %. garet Druien 1, 1, 3, 3, 2: The Guide, 5, 3, 2, 2, 3. September 22, Columbus, Ohio-Capital City Time-2.07 44. 2.08 4.2.07 4, 2.08, 2.08 . Stake, 2.08 trot, 3 in 5, $3.000: Etawah 6, 1, 1, 1:

August 5, Grand Rapids, Mich. - Furniture Omar 1, 3, 2, 3; Newzel 3, 4, 6, 2. Tme-2.05% Manufacturers' Stake: $5,000; 2.12 class, trot- 2.05 4. 2.05 4. 2.044. ting: Lassie McGregor 1, 1, 3, 2, 1: King Clans Horse Review Futurity, three-year-old pacers, man 3, 3, 1, 1, 2: Marta Bellini 7, 2, 2, 3, 3, 2 in 3, $3,000: Anna Bradford i, 1; Squantum Time-2.06 %. 2.07 14. 2.08 %. 2.06%, 2.08 %. 2, 2: Prince Jolla 3. 3. Time--2.03 , 2.01.

August 12, Kalamazoo, Mich.-Horseman Hoster Columbus Stake, 2.14 trot, 3 in 5, and Spirit of the Times Futurity: for three-year- $10,000. Margaret Druien 1, 1, 1; Rythmell , old trotters; $10.000: Peter Volo 1, 1, 1; Lee Ax- 2, 2: McClosky 2, 5, 3. Time-2.07 %. 2.05%. worthy 2, 2, 6; Ortolan Axworthy 4, 3, 2. Time- 2:06. 2.04 %. 2.05 %, 2.0644.

September 24, Grand Rapids, Mich-Match 2.11' Trot-Three in five; Paper Mills Purse, race: $6,000; pacing: William 1, 1, 1; Directum I. $10,000: Lassie McGregor 4, 1, 1, 1: Sienna 1, 2, 2, 2, 2. Time-2.01%. 2.01%, 2.02 . 4, 4; Axtlen 3, 3, 2, 2. Time--2.07 4. 2.06% September 26, Columbus, Ohio-Horse Re2.06%. 2.06%.

view Futurity; trotting; three-year-olds; 2 in 3; August 31, Syracuse, N. Y.-Free-for-all pace; purse $8,000:' Peter Volo 1, 1: Lady Wanetka two in three heats; $5,000: Directum I. 2, 1, 1, 2, 3; Lee Axworthy 3, 2. Time-2.07 %4, 2.08 %. Frank Bogash, Jr., 1. 2. 2; Earl, Jr., 3, 3, 3. Lady Wanetka and Lee Axworthy divided second Time--2.02% 2.00, 2.00.

and third money. September 2 and 3, Syracuse, N. Y,-Empire Horse Review Futurity; trotting; two-yearStake for 2.14 trotters, won by Margaret Druien. olds; 2 in 3; purse $3,000: Native Spirit 1, 1; Syracuse Stake for 2.11 pacers, won by Napoleon Sparkle Watts 2, 2. Time-2.13%. 2.09 %. Direct.

September 29, Columbus, Ohio-Arct City September 7, Hartford, Ct.-Charter Oak Stake: 2.10 class, pacing: $3,000: Peter Stevens Stake, $10,000, won by Sienna: lastest heat 2.07. 1, 1, 1: Camella 2, 2, 3; King Couchman 3, 3, 2.

September 16, Detroit, Mich.-2.14 trot; Time-2.05 %, 2.03. 2.024. purse $5,000.

King Clansman won; Mirthful American Horse Breeders' Futurity; three-year

RESULTS OF IMPORTANT RACES-Continued.

olds: pacing; purse $3,000: Anna Bradford 1, 1; October 6, Lexington, Ky.-Kentucky FtSquantum 2, 2; Robert Frisco 3, 3. Time turity for three-year-old trotters, 3 in 5, $14,000: 2.09 4. 2.00%

Peter Volo 1, 1, 1; Lee Axworthy 2, 2, 3; Lady September

30, Columbus, Ohio-Buckeye Wanetka 3, 3. 2. Time-2.07 %. 2.05, 2.03. Stake; 2.12 trotters; 3 in 5; $5,000: Brighton B.

October 7, Lexington, Ky.-The Tennessee, 2, 1, 1, 1; Margaret Druien 1, 2, 2, 2; Bertha

free-for-all pacers, 3 in 5, value $3,000: Directim Carey 4, 4, 3, 3. Time--2.08 %. 2.06 %, 2.06%, I. 1, 1, 1; Earl, Jr., 2, 2, 2; Don Densmore 3, 3, 3. 2.06 4.

Time-2.02%. 2.04 %. 1.59 y. Championship Stallion Pace; 2 in 3, $5,000:

October 8, Lexington, Ky.-The Transylvania Directum I. 1, 1; William 2, 2. Time-1.58,

Stake; 2.08 class trotting; purse $5,000: Etawah 2.00.

1, 1, 1; Omar 4, 2, 2; Star Winter 2, 3, 3. TimeAmerican Horse Breeders' Futurity:, three: 12.03. 2.034, 2.03 %. year-old trotters: 2 in 3; 36,000: Peter Volo 1, 1; St. Frisco 2, 3; Ortolan Axworthy 3, 2. St.

October 12, Lexington, Ky:-Turkey Trot, Frisco and Ortolan Axworthy divided second and special sweepstakes, two-year-old trotters, 2 in third money.

Time Time--2.09 3. 2.09 24

3, $4,000: Prelma 1, 1; Polly Overton 2, 2. October 5, Lexington, Ky, --Walnut Hall Cup;

-2.1944, 2.16 4. 2.12 trotters of June 1, 3 in 5; $3,000 Rythmell Lexington Stake for two-year-old trotters, 2 1, 1, 1; Margaret Druien 2, 2, 2, Brighton B. 3. in 3, $2,000: Henry Todd 1, 1; General French 3, 3. Time--2.05%, 2.05 4. 2.044.

2, 2. Time-2.114. 2.14 y. The Futurity for two-year-old trotters, 2 in 3: October 21, Grand Rapids, Mich-Match $5,000: Sparkle Watts 2, 1, 1: General French race; world's pacing championship for stallluns; 1, 5, 7: Native Spirit 3, 2, 2. Time--2.10% purse $5,000; best 2 in 3 heats: Directum I. 1, 1; 2.10%, 2.11.

William 2, 2. Time--2.04 %, 2.01%.

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THE AMERICAN TURF,
WINNERS OF IMPORTANT EVEYTS.
*SARATOGA HANDICAP, SARATOGA.

(Distance, 14 miles.)
* SUBURBAN HANDICAP, SHEEPSHEAD BAY.

(Distance, 14 Miles.)
* EXCELSIOR HANDICAP, JAMAICA.
* BRIGHTON HANDICAP, BRIGHTON BEACH.

(Distance, 14 miles. ,
Not run in 1914. For previous winners see 1914 ALMANAC
METROPOLITAN HANDICAP, BELMONT PARK,

(Distance, 1 mile.) YRAR.

Owner, Winder, Second, and Third. 1904... H. B, Duryea's Irish Lad, Toboggan, Beldame

J'mes R. Keene's Sysonby, Colonial Girl. 19057...

0. L. Richard's Race King, 1966. J. A. Drake's Grapple, Dandelion, Oxford. 1907 J.H. McCormick's Glorifier, Okenite, Roseben.. 1909 B. Schreiber's Jack Atkin, Restigouche, Don Creole.. 1909. S. C. Hildreth's King James, Fayette, Juggler.. 1910.. Oneck Stable's Fashion Plate, Prince Imperial, Jack Atkin. 1913 H. P. Whitney's Whisk Broom Il., G. M. Miller, Sam Jackson 1914. C. H. Robbins's Buskin, Figinny, Rock View.......... # Dead heat.

THE FUTURITY, SHEEPSHEAD BAY.

(Distance, 6 furlongs.) YEAR.

Owner, Winner, Second, and Third. 1404 H. B. Duryea's Artful, Trauition, Susonby 1905. Ormondale Stables' Ormondale. Timber, Belmere. 1906. W. Lakeland's Electioneer, Pope Joan, De Mund 1907 James R. Keene's Colin, Bar None, Chapultepec 1908. James R. Keene's Maskette, Sir Martin, Helmet... 1919. James R. Keene's Sweep, ('andleberry, Grasmere. 1910

S. C. Hildreth's Novelty, Bashti, Love Not.., 1913 H. P. Whitney's Pennant, sonthern Maid, Addie M. 1914 Quincy Stable's Trojan, Kaskaskia, Harry Junior Run at Saratoga.

BROOKLYN HANDICAP GRAVESEND.

(Distance, 14 miles. ) YEAN.

Owner, Winner, Second, and Thirt. 1904. Waldeck Stables' The Picker, Irish Lad. Proper... 1.945. James R. Keene's Delhi, Ostrich, Graziallo.. 1906 J. W. Fuller's Tokalon, Dandelion, The Picket. 1907. James R. Keene's Superman, Beacon Light, Nealon. 1948. James R. Keene's Celt. Fair Play. Master Robert.. 1909. S, C. Hildreth's King James, Restigonche, Celt... 1910 S.O. Hidreth's Fitz Herbert, Olambala, Prince Imperial 1913

HP. Whitney's Whisk Broom II., G. M. Miler, sam Jackson. 1914*.

R.J. Mackenzie's Buckhorn, Buskin, Rock View.... *Ron at Belmont Park, L. I.

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CARTER HANDICAP, AQUEDUCT.

(Distance, 7 furlongs, not run in 1909, 1911-1913.) YEAR. Owner, Winner, Second, and Third.

Tinne.

Value. 1903. J. A. Kyle 8 Ahumada, Yellow Tail, Illyria,

...

1.33

$2,735 1904 N. Bennington's Beldame, Peter Paul. Wotan..

1.97

7,710 1905. Sydney Paget's Ormonde's Right, Roseben, Little Em....

1.26 4-5

7,100 1906. D. C..Johnson's Roseben, Southern Cross, Red Knight.

1.28 3-5

7,850 1907 J.H. McCormick's Glorifier, Roseben, Don Diego.....

1.29 1-5

7,850 190%. B. Schreiber's Jack Atkin, Red River, Chapultepec...........

1.27 4-5 6,850 1910.. John W. Schorr's Gretna Green..

1.27

3,000 1914...... Andrew Miller's Roamer, Borrow, Flying Fairy.....

1.24 4-5

3,000 AMERICAN TRACKS, 1913. Leading owners-H. P. Whitney, $55,056; J L.,Holland, $12,445: R. T. Wilson, 841,585; H. G. Bedwell, $10,110; J. O. Talbott, $37,240. Leading horses: oid Rosebud, 2, by Uncle-Ivory Bells, $19,057, Donald McDonald, 7..by Sombrem-Berriedale, 816,080; Pennart, 2, by Peter Pan-Royal Rose, -15,580; Rudolfo, 4, by Sur Hoon or Batts -Watoma, 814,450, Ten Point,

3, by Jack Point-Gold Tea, $12.840. Leading jockeys-M. Buxton, 144 winning

mounts; C. Burliugame, 131; J. Groth, 113; J. McTazgart, 108; J. Butwell, 107.

RECORDS OF BEST PERFORMANCES OF THE RUNNING TURF.

1 mile.......

DISTANCE.
Name, Age, and Weight,

Place.

Date.

Time. mile. Bob Wade, 4..

Butte, Mont.

Aug 20, 1890

0.214 A toka, aged, 103 lbs

Butte, Mont.

Sept. 7, 1906

0.33% 3/4 furlongs.. Supremacy, 3, 115 lbs........................ Juarez, Mexico. Feb. 1, 1914.. 0.39 1-5 mile. Geraldine, 4, 132 lbs.

Morris Park (st. c.)... Aug. 30, 1889 0.46
Belmont Park (sl.c.) May 19, 1908

0.51 * furlongs... { Preceptor: 2, 112 168 , 2, lbs..

Louisville(C. Dowis). May 8, 1909. 0.52 4-5 54 mile....... Maid Marian, 4, 111 16-....................

Morris Park (st.c.).. Oct. 9, 1894 0.36% Plater, 2, 107 lbs..

Morris Park (st.c.). Oct. 21, 1902. 1.02% 536 furlongs.. Bringhurst, 2, 92 lbs......................

Louisville, Ky.... Oct. 8, 1913 1.04 3-5 Pan Zareta, 3, 124 lhs...................

Juarez, México.... Dec. 6, 1913..1.04 3-5 Pan Zareta, 3, 120 lbs....................... Juarez, Mexico.... Dec. 13, 1913..1.04 3-5 *Futurity c. . Kingston, aged, 139 lbs.................. Sheeps'd B.(C.I.J.C.) June 22, 1891.. 1.08 Artful, 2, 130 lbs...

Morris Park (st.c.). Oct. 15, 1904. 1.08 6 furlongs.... Iron Mask, 5, 197 lbs......................

Louisville, Ky.... Sept. 23, 1913 1.10 4-5 Lochares, 3, 109 lbs.

Louisville. Kv.... Oct. 3, 1913. 1.10 4-5 Orh, 2, 90 lbs.

Juarez, Mexico.... Dec. 9. 1913..1.10 4-5 Priscillian, 5.113 lbs.

Hamilton, Out...... June 19, 1911..1.11 63% furlongs.. Lady Vera, 2, 90 lbs.

Belm't P., L.I.(st.c.) Oct. 19, 1906. 1.16 3-5 Brookdale Nymph, 4, 124 lbs................ Belmont Park, L. I.. Oct. 14, 1987.. 1.17 2-5 7 furlongs.... Roseben, 5, 126 lbs

Belmont Park, L. I.. Oct, 16, 1906... 1.22 Colin, 2, 122 lbs....

Belm't P.,L.I.(st.c.) Oct. 16, 1907.. 1.23 74 furlongs.. Restigouche, 3, 107 lbs.......................

Belmont Park, LI.. May 29, 1908.. 1.31 1-5 (Salvator, 4, 110 lbs.t.

Monmouth P. (st, c.) Aug 28, 1890. 1.8542 Stromboli, 3, 117 lbs..

Belmont Park, L.I.. Sept. 7, 1914. 1.36 3-5 1 “ 20 yds. Froglegs, 4, 107 lbs...

Louisville, Ky May 13, 1913.. 1.39 1 40 yds. Preen, 4, 104 lbs.

Buffalo, N. Y

June 16, 1906
Main Chance, 3, 114 lbs..

Buffalo, NY. June 29, 1907

1.42 1 50 yds. Vox Populi, 4, 104 lbs.

Seattle, Wash'n.. Sept. 5, 1948 1.40 4-5 1 70 yds. Bubbling Water, 4, 191 lbs..

Oakland, ('al..

Nov. 30, 1910.. 1.42 1-5 1 * 100 yds. Rapid Water, 6, 114 lns.

Oakland (Cal. J. C.).. Nov. 30, 1907.. 1.44 1-5 Royal Tourist, 3, 104 lbs.................

Oakland, Cal, Nov. 11, 1908.. 1.44 1-5 1 1-16 miles.. Green Seal, 4. 109 lbs.

Seattle, Wash'n.. Sept. 12, 1908. 1.44 2-5 Gretna Green, 6, 100 lbs..............

Fort Erie, Ont. Aug. 28. 1909.. 1 43 3-5 148

s Charles Edward, 3. 26 lbs........... Brighton Beach.. July 16, 1907. 1.50 3-5 Green Seal, 4, 101 los..

Seattle, Wash'n.. Aug. 20, 1908.. 1.60 3-5 1 3-16 Milton B.. 6, 100 lbs

Latonia, Ky.. July 4, 1913..1.56 3-5 14 Whisk Broom II.,6, 189 lbs..

Belmunt Park June 28, 1913.. 2.00 1 5-16 Ballot, 4, 126 lbs..

Sheepsh'd Bay (C.I.) July 1, 1998.. 2.09 3-5 1 m. 500 yds. . Swift Wing, 5, 100 lbs.

Latonia, Ky.

July 8, 1905..2.10 1-5 135 mlles Irish Ladi, 4, 126 Ihs..

Sheepsh'd Bay (C.I.) Julie 25, 1904. 2.17 3-5 Goodrich, 3, 102 lbs

Chicago (Wash. Park July 16, 1898.. 2.804 156 Fitz Herbert, 3, 122 lbs.

Sheepsh'd Bay (1) July 13, 1909. . 2.45 14 Major Daingerfield, 4, 120 lbs.

Morris Park, NY... Oct. 3, 1903.. 2.57 17 Orcagna, 4, 96 lbs.....

Oakland, Cal. ... Mar. 2, 1909.. 3.17 85 2 Everett, 4, 107 lbs..

Pimlico, Md... Oct. 31, 1910.. 3.25 3-5 2 1-16 War Whoop, 4, 96 lbs.......

Ontario (Torto J. C.) Sept. 28, 1906. 3.34% Joe Murphy, 4, 99 lbs.

Chicago (Harlem). Aug. 30, 1894.. 3.42 Ethelbert. 4, 124 lbs.

Brighton Beach N.Y. Aug. 4, 1900.. 3.49 1-5 Kyrat, 3, 88 lbs..

Newport, Ky.. Nov. 18, 1899.. 4.24% Ten Broeck, 4, 104 lbs.

Lexington, Ky. Sept. 16, 1876.. 4.58 Hubbard, 4, 107 Ibs

Saratoga, N. V Aug. 9, 1873.. 4.58 % Mamie Algol, 5, 108 lbs.

New Orleans (City P.) Feb. 16, 1907. 5.19 Lucrezia Borgia, 4, 85 lbs. t.

Oakland (Cal. J. C.). May 20, 1897.. 7.11 Messenger Boy, 5, 106 Ths.........

Louisville, Ky........ Oct. 7, 1911.. 17.14 1-6 170 feet less than 4 mile. t Races against time. St. C., straight course.

OTHER IMPORTANT RACES, 1914. Kentucky Derhy, run at Louisville, Ky., distance 1% miles-Won by H. C. Applegate's Old Rosebud; second, Hodge; third. Bronze wing. "Time--2m. 03 3-59. Latonia Derby, run at Latonia, Ky., near Cincinnati, Ohio, distance 14 miles-Won by A. Baker & Co.'s John Gund: second, Constant; third, Doctor Samuels. Time-2m. 30 2-58. Brooklyn Derby, run at Aqueduct, L. I., distance 14

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